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 23, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04669
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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Ltablished 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 7,> Cents Payable in Advance. I
E. S. Matthews. Editor and Proprietor 1 1o

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houses' of con tries* have agreedon I AGKU'ULTURXL;\! :OCIIOOIIEtn/ : r.
Were Entrained Monday for Camp the new draft bill __ t
army extendingthe
COPIES AFTERSEPTEMBER Jackson, Columbia, S. C. GREASERS CLASHONTHEBORDER I age limits from IS to 4": :years\ and STILL MOVING I The author\ or originator of the bill i

it is probable that it was finally:\ passed which, pailly supports "udIIl'ho"l... in
Thirty more of Bradford county's :yesterday\ and sent to the presidentfor nil the states were Smith\ and) Hughes! ,
15AR :young\ men left :Monday afternoon to his signature.No : one a senator. the other a representative '
become a part of the Nation's fighting: I TOWARD RHINE : of Georgia.
provision was nindo for deferling I
force and to end l the world The
help great i mum purpose of such" schools is
REQUIRES RE- war that has been raging in Europefor the tailing of the :young\ men __ to tit hays mind girls for Iho lifeofpiattnal
/ BOARD MEXICANS DRIVEN BACK from 18 to :Jl!I, but the president is. empowered : FROM
years. :young\ men were farmer The idea. "practical
DUCTION IN USE OF PAPER entrained for Camp Jackson, Colum- WITH HEAVY CASUALTIES ti> draft all men from IS to THEIR FRONT fanner i is to lie emphasized'' which in j
45; inclusive CRUMBLES
"in such sequence of I
bia, S. C. They were as follows: ages many:\ ways is better. than the "scion
IKEMA: : ".\I'EUSJST: ; REDUCE Eddie Pyal, Johnny Uenj. Watts, :MUTUAL EXPRESSIONS: OF REORET :. and at such time or times as he may tide farmer" idea .,
prescribe. TOWNS:
trip :
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CIRCULATION LEAST! Earney J. Dow ling, Chns. Edgar Dees, : SENT BY TWO GOVERNMENTS : gives presidentthe To explain Hither, ,''experience in the .
power to defer the calling of the I AND: I THOUS\NDS: : .
Allen W. Thomas : ellPHIS.
FIFTEEN I'ER CENT Harry Stern, Henry : : WILL KM) TROUBLE I past has! taught us here in the United. eStates
Eli Griffis, Ethan Allen Sapp, Herbert younger men if he finds it possible to I l/N1IlST,1KIN.: : ; WEU"O"S"\\. : : I hut it is not enough for a boy '
do so, but it is believed :
by high military
When the young men from Bradford James Hornsby Brmce Hillis, Chas. When a Mexican immigration official : I -- to know how to do certain things inrespect

>unty began a year ago to leave fore Wesley Popples, Chas. Robert Cooper, tried to illegally pass a f lIow. I service authorities' that till men tit for i I ( By \"sol'illh'll'n'"", Wednesday. ) to funning, such us, how ti>

army training camps the publisher Raymond Norman, William Albert countryman across the border at Nogales I''I'xrt'pt between the ages of 18 to 4.:>, The Germans facing the allied for- plow with breaking: plow, when to

fered to send the Telegraph free of Dubose, Willie D. Shaw, Judson Sims Arizona, Tuesday a clash occurred I those exempted under the provisions |Ices from Arras to Soissons everywhere plow, and how deep to plow] etc., as 1//
of the new law will bo called, '''
arge to every man who entered the, Hurst. Paul Beville Prevatt, Thos. V. between American and Mexican into service | life in dire )peril. well as many other farming activities i ,.fl

my from the county. So far as we Williams Jeff GrifTis. Virgil: ) Samuel troops, resulting in the killing of one by early.] -next spring.-- I On almost every sector of the battlefront by instruction and study of agricultural i* JJ

now the Telegraph is the only paper I Green, Sladie M. Sasser, Robert Hen- American officer, one enlisted man and AGRICULTURAL/ EXHIBIT I:' the enemy line continues to text books or laboratory within a

j the United States that made this ofir. ry Green, Percy Wm. McLeod, Wm. the wounding of 28 enlisted men and crumble before the allied attack, notwithstanding school buildirg. A more practical and
We were glad to make this con- Azmon Fowler, Columbus McCullough, civilians, and the killing and wounding Additions have lately been made to the violence, born of dosI better way ia to go a step farther and

ibution to the pleasure of "our boys" Sidney Solomon Lambert, Daniel I. 'of something like 100 Mexicans. In the Bank of Starke's agricultural ex-I peration, of the counter-offensive/ tuc- have the boy actually perform most +

i wished to keep in touch with the Chesser, Oscar R. Strickland, WalterM. the course of the dispute American hibit as follows: I tics. of the principles. or activities on an

airs of their home communities and Graham, John M. Groover. sentries drew their guns and were immediately Sol. Kite, one of Starke's farmers .J' Near Arras the old Hindenburg line agricultural school farm and at his i '
I' are glad that he have been prix Others to Go Next Week fired on by the Mexicans. the now is. well outflanked; from the home. ,
largest sweet potato of the 4
ged to send the paper without Eight white men qualified for special Other Mexicans came in :from all directions season. I Scarpe to the Somme the hostile line The i.I.Is not u new. one It is i '

arge to a very large number of the or limited military service are to and aided the Mexicans already -, |' gradually is falling back, while from new only in application to agricultural\ ':
Dung patriots who are offering their entrain for Camp Wheeler, Macon, on the line until they were finally S. R. Johns and L. J. Wynn', sugarcane the south 6f the Somme to Soissons. education in some parts of the United ,

v es for the future safety of our couny Ga., Sept. 5, 191S. The following are driven back. having 12 and 13 matured joints. 'J the enemy front has! literally been States. It is the same idea of having i ,
but according to a recent rulingthe called: Additional United States troops were Mr. Johns has the largest sugar cane smashed and the German hosts apparently ) a boy or class" solve several problems

War Industries Board this ar- Joel B. Griffis. immediately sent to Negates, but it is patch in the county. I are caught in two distinct! traps, on a tablet or blackboard after having ii! > i l

ngement must cease after Scptemcr Calvin Brinkley Hayes. believed the disorder is at an end. Mutual II. L. Stevenson some unusually fine escape from which without heavy losses learned! some arithmetical principle. '<

15th. The fuel situation demands Riley Smith Wasdin. expressions of regret have been ears of corn. Mr. Stevenson plantsthe in men made prisoner and guns and In agricultural education with an agricultural

j reduction in the output of the print Thomas Edward Moore. sent by representatives of the American Godby corn and has fine success material captured seems almost im- high school equipped with a I't

per mills and the War Board is reuiring Francis Alexander Mann. and Mexican governments. with it. i i possible of achievement. school farm the boy solves problems ,+i iIn

all newspapers to make a section Owen C. Wingate. American and Mexican officials have W L. Thomas, stalk of corn with j' Scores' of additional towns have been : the same manner, that is, he learns! .:
of at least 15 per cent in the John Griflls. four good ears. captured by the British, French and : particular farming methods through
that he started the '
agreed shooting on I) .
To D. O. McRae. 'American the instruction in the school
mount of paper used. accomplish troops, Americans having room and uses
Mexican side of the border and that A. O. Strickland, stalk of corn with
his reduction the Board has formulat- Daniel Webster Johnson. entered the fray with the French the school farm for his blackboard. l I<
Mexican custom guards and civilians six fine ears. I I I fi 1d
certain regulations governing the Otis Elliot Leach. northwest of Soissons, while all of the both to verify or prove the practibil- I
Raleigh: Dennison. were primarily responsible for the af John Shriver, of Brooker, sample of old German salients ity of '
Brculation of the newspapers. Among in the allied line these principles. Ho( later takes
hose regulations is one providing thatee Three white men qualified for general soldiers fair. Neither American nor Mexican the Cleveland] Big Boll short staple now have been flattened out, and the these principles! homo with him and .: ,

copies may be sent to soldiers on- military service are to entrain for the were responsible for starting: cotton. By planting early and l using allies themselves have dug deeply into applies th'no a project ut his homo f. t
shooting, it announced here
when they are former employes ofe Camp Jackson, S. C., Sept. 4, 1918. was this variety !Mr. Shriver has made a the enemy's terrain. on a plot where ho raises a crop or an '] 'I
tonight, and only participated in the
They big yield of cotton on a small patch. A I tit
paper. In compliance with this The first trap in which the 110181111.'f'' J
skirmish after firing had started. plll'myfillll" '
emulation we will be compelled to dis- D. Ritch Green. later planting of the same variety has himself is the triangle formed by ,. plan ut till same time, furnishes ( 't 7j y

ontinue our free mailing list and send Ernest Mike Futth. been considerably damaged by the boll the sharp curve of the Somme river the )better method of doing or learning \ .} l
he Telegraph] to only those soldiers Orrin Reddish. with Peronne its apex, and with C'urlu I such activities.' It is the mmio t ;.c

kho are actual paid-in-advance sub. Tate Denmark, of Raiford and John subscriber Mrs. D. W. :Moore, of Theressa, has! on the Somme and Fresnes, respectively I idea which someone has put in those 1
to the
mbers Hodge, of Brooker, will leave today Telegraph toceritly contributed a sample of her canningand its northern and southern Imses.' plain words, "\Ve leiirn to do by ili"- j, G.;
Thi ruling applies also to civilian for Camp Green, Charlotte, N. C., for wrote us! a card asking! that his i preserving: The exhibit consistsof This triangle* is a little more than 'ing.." .J !II
address be
changed to Raiford but he
ubscribers. The circulation of newspapers special or limited service. forgot to sign his name to the, card. peaches, pears and quince, all put three miles deep and six miles wide, Professor Jiiines, n noted psycholu.. .. !
will hereafter be restricted to up attractively in glass jars"" and a and in it the Germans; are lighting gist, states, that in learning, "with every '
The change will be made
subscription promptly in advance. IN HONOR OF MISS BROOKS: receipt of the name of the promptly subscriber.Mr. on. glass! of beautiful grape jelly. :Mrs. with their bucks, toward tho Somme'; on impression there xhould lle provid- '

IiiDtion promptly jn advance. :Miss Ella May Long entertained Moore is one of the most successful both' I the north and the vast.Desperate oil some means of expression. The in. .\. t

At this particular time everyone is home dinners in the county and this resistance. stnu'lion, the. knowledge/ gained from
is being offered
with a swimming party at her homeon and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and the .
Interested in the newspapers and any.hing exhibit at the Bank of Starke will by the in order that his study of textbooks, bulletins, lab.
Kingsley lake, on Friday evening, family are spending this week at their enemy menmay
| that affects them. We therefore oratory work, car., furnish 'the t
Aug. 23rd: in honor of her charming Kingsley lake cottage. make anyone hungry who looks at it. have time to reach a haven of means
eproduce the following extracts from house guest, Miss! Josephine Brooks I safety across the stream lint the Brit of impressions of nirriciiltiirnl moth. ..lads
bulletin sent out from the War In- of Gainesville.On ---- -- ',: ish are hard after their iiiariy| : and;; 1 and. the agricultural school farm I v" c '/ 1

Jjstnes' Board under date of August first arriving the with the French a little to the south I together with the boy's, own project

I Ith These extracts will give a very dancing to the strains guests of victrola enjoyed almost up to the river to aid them by furnishes' I the menus or place for expression 4
a ii Our Over Here & Over TherePrivate / ]
clear idea of the new regulations! gov- after which a cooling swim was indulged outflanking movement, it would seem or practicing what he line
rning circulation. It will learned. The iiiuiieinont that the
newspaper in. Later in the evening deli- that the odds are heavily agnirmt the | f
I' jeer that failure on the part of a Germans.; boy raise a crop, or. an animal, at
ewspuper to abide by the regulations\ i cious refreshments cake consisting of I Guy Alvarez, another Starke soldier H. Hill, has left his former ,'nl11lit\ .-- home i.s the moans of. the boy taking t ,
punch, and sandwiches
Mil result in it being entirely cut off served. were boy, arrived safely overseas about Fort HarrUon, Indianapolis\ Indiana I ('.\lIU OF THANKS: : homo with I him i the principles he has ',A

[from a supply of print paper: Besides the hostess and the three weeks ago. He has written that he was leaving on I I1' lea rocd. In the past such principleshave +
"The order reducing the amount of honor guest of Private Raymond Hewitt, of Camp the lJth! destination unknown. I \\' want to thank the dear friends' too often!fioen left ,behind by tho
those enjoying this social
print paper that may be used by week- event Wheeler, is visiting homefolks nt Lake Friends of Rev. Walters, who is 1 boy or either soon to bo forgotten./
were, Misses Julia Solomon and Julia loved
Jy newspapers by 15 per cent has been Woodard of Jacksonville Doris Scott Butler this week. still stationed at Camp Shelby, are : 1 1 I Arrangements have already! 'been ,

prepared by the pulp and paper section Lucile Tatum, Kathleen and, Aileen Alvarez :Mr. and. Mrs. A. It. Green, of Starke, glad] to know that he is well and getting who passed away at'i o'clock Tuesday made for fencing in part of the school 1

of the war industries board, and will I Josie McClenny and Ada Hiers have received notice that their son, / along fine. He is expecting go night. The funeral was held) at campus for un agricultural/ plot, also f

,effective September 15. of Gainesville, Hazel Brown, of Plant, Lloyd, has arrived overseas. to France at any time and writes", that Crosby cemetery at 10) o'clock Thurs- It house i is i being; lepairi'd! for a shop. ; .
'The regulations providing for a re- Henry Thomas, of Lake Butler, has he i is very anxious! to go "ovpr.Ir. ." I lilay I morning. And! we wish to [thank These together with an agricultural( .
City, and Marie Livingston Messrs.
suction of 15 per cent for daily pa- John Powell Ennis ; received a card saying his brother, :\ and ;Mrs. B. Shirley, of Brook-:1 the kind friends who tried to comfort laboratory. will furnish for the present "'
Gary Charles En- }
'ers became effective on August 12, sey, Raiford Epperson, Harold, Wall James E., had arrived safely over- er, hail a letter from their son, Pax-j:j i us in our jCrl'lIttrief, but it was the year many practical agricultural/ activ. fa
kind those providing for a reduction ofpO ton, stationed at Blue Kidgo, stating will of God that he was taken from U'i, ItH'''. I i d'
Allen Canova, Jim Kickliter, Ray Col- seas.Fred I
) per cent on the part of Sunday pa ley Charlie Beasley and C. h. Gunn. fowling, one of our navy boys, he was well and getting along nicely. r so we must find ourselves in the will At least two courses in airriculturawill I ,i1117t t
pier'will become effective on Septem- visited his mother, Mrs. Belle Dowl- He also sent them several interestingviews of God.. We also wish to extend our be onVrod. It is intended that '

'1'1' I t. Col. A. V. Long and family have returned ing, of Lake Butler, Friday and Satur of the camp and the surrounding thanks for the many flowers. such courses will not interfere with

"Publishers of weekly newspapers to their home on Walnut street, day. mountains. I His parents"' Sisters and Brother the academic; department of the High 'I t
[must arrange for a reduction of 15 after a pleasant stay of several weeksat :Marcus Brown, of Lawtry, who was Mr. II E. (Fortner, of Brooklyn is --.---- School, in fact the academic studies. a
1'1' rent in their circulation beginning Kingsley lake. recently called into service with the in receipt of a letter from his! cou'lin,1,) DEATH: OF INFANT: : art highly i important and necessary

with i September 15th, in order to meet Naval Reserves, is on duty in Jack. .I..:.?....!...?..,..,_...,1._ n Il._,.,,,.,..... .A._. I'orrv_ _. .., ,. .in'.. which.. ...... < Thov must Ie r>iirrii'jl nlim.. with__ the...
Jhe requirements industries sonville. I he states that he slightly wounded I The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.J. I u
of the war ed by each paper, and for that reason was agricultural courses. I J
,oard. it is very important that while each Lieutenant Archibald J. Thomas, of during the recent fighting in France. the II.death Fields sympathize their with them on The future plans are to enlarge/ theoijijiptiient l ,:

"Publishers of weekly newspapers publisher should make the) required reduction Starke, has been transferred from Lieutenant Perry formerly lived! in the of infant daughter, the school farm, etc., from ,
'"41 be supplied by the war industries that is now asked, he should Camp Bureaugard/ to a point of em. vicinity of Melrose. I jTuemlay, August 27th. The little one year to year until Starke will have ono

,card with blanks for the purpose of not for his own protection, make more barkation. Several letters have been receivedin was just one week old. of the best agricultural high schoolsin

[reporting the amount of paper used by than the required reduction." Private Abner Johns, who was called I.awtey from Howard Randall,'I The interment took place at Crosby the state. It might be added, here

hem each month from September 1, Following. are the regulations adopted home on account of the illness! of Lawtey's crack xharpshnoting soldier. cemetery Wednesday afternoon, Hev.j that such high schools are not experiment
1 1:11-:(| to September 1, 1918. The statements by the War Board that will affect his father, returned to duty at Camp He is "Somewhere in France, reports! T. L. '.. Barr officiating. Undertaker as some of the Southern states 1
made the will be Jackson Monday, weather delightful, beautiful scenery DeWitt C. Jones had charge of the t
by publishers the Telegraph and other weekly papers have had this type of high school for l'
In the form of sworn affidavits and : Charles Sheppard, a Lawtey soldier I end all land under cultivation.] lie funeral arrangements. sumo time. Louisiana seems to be in '

"air, month for the next 12 they will "Discontinue sending paper after I boy vho has been seriously ill at the. says he is having a good time but is | :Mrs. Fields. before her murirnge/ was te lead in this typo of school, having 1, ;

''I' required to make a sworn statement date of expiration of subscription, unless home of his parent! is reported as| anxious to get nearer to the firing Miss Maude Powell, daughter of Mr. :38<) of the kind. Twenty of these school

howmg the amount of paper consum- the subscription is renewed and slowly but surely progressing\ toward line. I and Mrs. Robt. S. Powell.GRAHAM.ANDREWS. have 20-acre farms. Louisiana plans: a
"'''I I during that month, and it is expected paid for. recovery. Private D. p. Sherley, Co. B, _IOlth; I to ald five more schools of the Smith. ;

that this amount will be 15 percent "Discontinue the use of all samplesor I Robert Grime, who is stationed '' Engineers, has lately been transferred j ; ( : ; ) : Hughes type this year. +,

less than that used! during the free promotion copies.. at Camp Joseph E. Johnston,'[ from Sunburst, N. C., to Camp Wheeler -i' ___ Starke is located in the heart of u

amp. month of the previous year."Publh"hers "Discontinue giving copies to any spent the weekend with his parent,I ;Macon, Ga. While at Sunburst' On the eve of the groom's departure splendid funning district, HO it ,is. for- r

who have stock on hand body except for office-working copiesor Mr. and :Mrs. John Grime, went of his company was engaged in building for' Camp: Jackson to enter the army tunate that such a high school in to be
will' not be Highland.Mr. and in letter to theTelegraph Mr. Walter M. Graham and Miss Nan-
allowed to use it in larger where law in a tram railway, a organized here. There is
required by statute every reason
ratio, than those who must buy from the case of official advertising. : Lee Byrd, of Camp .Jackson, son I he humorously remarks(;! pie Andrews, of Raiford, were marI to believe that a high school of

month to month. of Mr. and ;Mrs. D. J. Byrd, of Oa- I' that he almost as lief work as to build\ i I ried. The ceremony took place Sunday this type will be a valuable/ asset to

"Failure to make accurate report, "Exceptions-Copies may be given ham, writes! he has stood over-sea examination railroads in a mountainous country. j afternoon at the home of Rev I.. the town and the country round about
or failure to make reductions will re- free to employees of newspapers if and is expecting his call friends. in Brooker of John L. Thig.[jC. Futch, near Raiford, in the prrs-. it. 4'

ult in either mill or jobbers being required fice.such is the present practice of the of at any time.A I pen will be interested to know that he''cnce of only the necessary legal wit 'fi(

to shut off the minnlv- of paper- ..- card has been received by Mr. has arriver safely over-seas. Young nesses. who were entrained at Starke for
to the offending publisher. "Copies may be sent tree to former Jeff Grime from his cousin, Truby, Thigpen was called to colors in May :| :Mr. Graham is a son of Mr. and Mrs Camp Jackson. :Mrs. Graham will con.

"It is not expected at this time that employees who are in the war service, saying the writer had arrived safely and while at Camp Wadsworth, Spar- W. S. Graham, and formerly lived in tinue to make her home with her parents -

any further reductions in the use of and copies may be sent free to camp overseas. Mr. Grime Is a resident of tanburg, S. C.. won a prize as marksman Starke attending school here for several until :Mr Graham; corner marching 1

print paper will be made, but the war libraries of institutions recognized by the Evergreen section. He write that he doesn't sea years. He is a splendid young home with the other young heroes:
industries board has made it clear that the government: such as Y. M. C. A., Private York Colson who has been why other boys. should not like the man and is very popular with all who who have helped to banish Prussianixra

should the fuel problem become worse K. of C., etc. Copies should not be in training for several months at army as it i I. simply fine and you are know him. His bride is a daughter of from the earth. The great good wmh. 4 4es

further reductions may be found necessary sent to individual soldiers unless for. Camp Beauregard, Alexandria, Va., I are doing your bit for your country. State Senator A. D. Andrews, of Rai! which the Telegraph extends' to ,

and if so they will be made. merly employed by the newspaper. is spending a 12 days furlough with I I lie also writes that he would l appreciate ford and I is a charming and accomplished them will be joined in by hundreds of

Should such additional reductions be "Copies for service purposes only homefolks at Lake Butler. a copy of the Bradford County I girl. other friends when it is learned! from

found necessary they would be based may be sent free to newspaper correspondents Capt. Chas S. Hill brother of Law.ley's I Telegraph. His address is, Co. C, 53rd I\ Mr. Graham left Monday afternoon this announcement that they wcr

to the amouai of paper then being us- and press bureaus. popular real estate dealer Louis; Infantry, Am. E. F. j I[ with.. the detachment. selected men married. ,
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'i ,.-- --. -- - -- ---- - m Many additional towns have been I TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR ally guaranteed by every- dr ,,-F19, R.

I sells it A large bottle |
1-, raptured by Field :'lar"hall\lai 'H men j GOVERNMENTSAYS NASTY CALOMEL and U It fails to give COSt eas. ''-"", I t'

Summary of the War in the north, while the French have | every case of liver slugs i '

succeeded in overcoming obstacles i Starts your Liver Without Mak constipation you have oll, ) "It
OJ placed in their way and reached ter-I! EVERYONE your money back. 'sta ",
Ycu Sick and Can-
ritory north of Soissons which adds |i ing Dodson's Liver Tone i as ,
c.ipture. a I
t,: FRIDAY further to the danger(: of the German not Salivate. tasting, purely vegetable, asat4
the beginning
the Americans at
Although -
@I British and I'rt'nchIok; (' :Material : in tho Noyon sector, and to their line MUST \WORKENGAGE harmless to both children i ,!.-Ied,
Somme offensive
of the were 'd l
, '", I Gains; in Violent Fighting running eastward from Soissons to Every druggist in town-your drug. Take a spoonful at nigh' .I' ,I cdq
with the British along the
The German battle line in France is! Rhei ma gist and everybody's druggist noticed up feeling fine; no blk( ,.u ,
i ]northern bunk of the Somme no mention falling off in the sale tk I IS6
great headache acid
i still crumbling under, the impetus of All along the front from Arras: to IN ESSENTIAL OCCUPATIONS a stomach or ,I Ine
( i is: made of their having taken of calomel.] They all give the same bowels. It doesn't d
the attacks of the British and French. part, in the fighting the Somme the Germans are gradually i OR GO TO WAR reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is takingits inconvenience all the gripe caUII
From the region of Soissons around being driven back to the old Hinden I place. violent calomel. Take nex'I like

l the curve in the front to the vicinity |i i SUNDAYHum :; burg line by the British. Along the I !SUCCESS: }' WAH OPERATIONSACTUALLY :; "Calomel Is dangerous and people today and tomorrow a dosemel )'I'\J 'J' cola:

of Lassigny the enemy has been visited .* ;Make )Determined Effort to Hold Somme the enemy is being harassed !: IMPERILED BY DE know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is weak, sick and nauseated D,wit). '! tt)
with further heavy defeats, while further well to the east of Bray, while farther OIl
( Hapaume; 30,000 Prisoners Taken perfectly safe and gives better results a day's workl! Take Doctor, ',
I north, between the Somme river north strong counter-attacks have }'ICUOCCJo':; LABOR SUPPLYDepartment Lao
. i Without the British forces ] ," Bald a prominent local drug. Tone instead and feel fine, flIt, tf
e nt liruyc, to the south of Arras Field pause been repulsed and the town of Mametz, I Vigor
t: Marshal Haig's men have continued battling, against the Germans are moving the Mametz wood, Martinpuich, Les- of Labor, U. S. gist. Uodson's Liver Tone is personA and ambition. I'H.-.Q,
forward in the direction of Ba- Employment Service, Headquarters
their victorious thrusts. sera and LaBarque! captured. -
t The fighting has been ex- Sixth !istrict, Meridian -
'r : On no Rector of the front have the paume. .
I t r ;r Germans been able] to stay their foes, tremely heavy but there has been no It is around Bapaume that he Germans Miss., Aug. 21, 1918. Time for the College Girl's Wardrobe

.r I i r who have captured a large number of stopping Field Marshal] Haig's men are keeping up their greatest efforts Appeal] to the I'ublic Through the I

1f additional towns and vantage points and the latest report from British to hold back the tide that is surging Loyal Press.

1, i: which in the further prosecution of headquarters says they arc making against them but the British are A decidedly critical-almost desper Sundry Accessories Add Finishing TouchesNew
the entire front of the situation exists in regard to the
! the offensive! are of the utmost strat progress along continuing to make slight gains in the ate-

. ogle value. Nowhere is the enemy being British attack The important townsof process of surrounding the town anc1leeminKl labor, supply.

permitted to pause for breath. The Bray, Thit'pvallind Grandcourt! together ) -it must noon be evacuated Advices from Washington are that : York, Aug. 30, 1918 collar and cuffs gives a d.! ,,

,'i armies of Huig, Margin and Humbert with much smaller pTaces have The taking of Losnrs and LcBarque the present shortage of common laborin Although not an admitted fact, deep imagine a sheer organdi.,. . .

s ,,p are pressing their advantage with a been captured and more than 2,000 appears to be a forerunner of this essential war industries amounts to down in every college girl's heart, hidden color and, scalloped in th 0'(

lI'j \\1, strength: that brooks no denial of their prisoners have been taken in the IIIteHt eventuality; LeBarque is only two one million mono away and carefully concealed is turqoise blue. Doesn't it . .

,,1 oJ ,', efforts. advance of the British army, now and a half miles southwest of Buiiume. As a result of this condition vitally the longing and desire for a complete, dream. And that's just wh it;,

l Thousands: of prisoners, numerous occupying the strutegetically important important war work Is being retarded good-looking wardrobe to begin her 'would just add the right t.t

) guns' and machine guns and large Thiepvul ridge Everywhere except directly south of all over the country. college career, or to continue it with I or on a dark blue frock, wI\ .Id,j

'I i stores of war supplies have been added Around :Miramont, which was a lit- iapaume the British are well across The Midvale Steel Plant at Coates- all the dignity of a senior. There are be undoubtedly trimminglc ]pat

, a'; :' to the stocks already in allied hands tle north of Grandcourt, the fighting the Bapaume-Albert road and north of ville Pa. manufacturing munitionsfor so many little things that she needs. I! and poplin are also used foi, '" 'II.,
has been of great intensity, and this somethings that tinguishing marks of .
1 t Ii us trophies for their valorous work the town they are fast pressing forward has been forced to shut Those petty con w.!
our army I
e i J It since the tide of battle was turned place apparently has fallen as Haig'sroport : towards the Hindenburg line. down part of the plant for lack of la- count so very much. Indeed, it presents The fall season is cont, "Ill, ,

; against the enemy by the commencement says that "the enemy held out : Unofficial reports have placed the Brit- bor. quite a problem-but I'm sure most bewildering collect' 'II'i stju

: :\\i 1 of Gen. Foch's offensive on the until outflanked by advancing col. Ish in the outskirts of Bullecourt, it's a delightful problem-the solutionof ning hats. And, whn'' .. Ih

"j. ) Murne July 18. To the British alone urn ns." which is just west of the old line. Unless 6,000 laborers are immediately which occupies many happy moments styles are so wide lord van d that n.\

r t in the past two days of lighting have British detachments have reached, Since last Wednesday the British forthcoming, construction workon ery woman will be able to WI..i> the hat

I A come more than five thousand prison- Avcsncs-Lez-Bupaume, which lies very have taken more than 17,000 prisonersand the vitally important picric acid One Attractive Solutionis that suits her own individual type ant

I I ers. close to Bapaume, whose capture is expected large numbers of guns and great plant at Brunswick Ga., will cease. illustrated here. There are alwaysso still be sanctioned by fash'fir For

ls In a new offensive begun by Haig I at an early date but not with- quantities of supplies have fallen into' Part of the construction lit Mussels many teas at school that one can't hopeless, indeed, is the girl wh > wears

from the north of Somme to Albert, an out severe fighting. their hands. Some of the prisoners Shoals, Ala., (though not the air nitrates think of the days spent in acquiring something just because it is th- -tvit

I 'I advance of two miles eastward American troops holding the ground taken have been identified as coming plant proper) has been ordered higher knowledge without unconsciously -, A careful study of asset ai 'I'! ),

j has been made over the six mile front i around Pinnies have moved up to the from Austro-Hungarian units. I discontinued for the time being.A ] forming a mental picture of j 1 1a should first receive attend,
further of Soi/ sons Klieimn road along a front of The Germans similar condition with iI
Under the prevails
I. progress they i are launching strong ; : The Evolution of the Turn
I French armies from the vicinity of about half] a mile while the French, counter-attacks against he French between other essential war industries. All I The tam is .
appearing u. i I' it i:
'. LnsHifrny' to Soissons/ mighty wedge I though not extensively engaged, have the Aisne and Ailette rivers in this because of n lack of labor-while .. ,.
poems one season cannot he !in
> u has been driven in between the armies made, some progress! south of Crecy- in endeavor to hold back General Man many men, rich and poor, white and] without the escort of som \ "'

l of (.en. Von Boohm and, the German: ]i au-Mont. gin's army, which is threatening the Mack] are still idling and loafing; and) this. coquettish ,,
',''j I 1 crown princes Over the entire front i The storm center of the battle] during entire German front in this region thousands of others are fritteringaway everappK 'at

?; the Germans have been further pushed > / the past day has seemed to bo in Here also the Germans have been reinforced their time in non-essential work. I Surely, ,the college girl Ill"n. !!
imported model shown in '"< "n.
the II
back at some points distance from neighborhood of Bupaumc. Earlydispatches by troops from the dual mon- The condition is a shameful one for shops is developed in bnir1"
1 II two to three miles, and 1 in the retrograde on Saturday told of British irchy. North of Soisvon, in the region the American people! to face. It must I a .
woolen material. Louihi <
: movement the enemy was forced troops within a couple of miles of the of Bugneux, the French have bo changed immediately. II I ntQ
abandon numbers of town but later" reports showed that made further
to large guns. progress eastward and ,
:1' Viewed in all of its aspects the allied the Germans; : determined to save Bupaumn are now abreast the railroad line running Unless we speed up the work of pro I
duction in this the
I country,
from the allies had rushed
ti offensive seemingly: shows that new from Soissons: to Laon. A considerable -
in France, whose gloriousachievements !
J.J J,, Gen.; Foch now has the initiative entirely : fortes into the struggle.It ] number of additional prisoners army Ia\ifiJ I
'"e have thrilled! the nation I
in his own hands: and that he seerns that the enemy has succeeded have fallen into French hands,( I \ !
T' will face the coming winter with insufficient I
iI", purposes to press his: advantages for in slowing/ up the British, i if I As yet there has been no movement ,
I supplies, our (progress toward I
,,1 ; the little more than two months of they have not stopped them, north and hy l the Germans; nlong the Vesle river
victory over the Hun will he retarded -
good lighting weather that remain before west of Bapaume. The importance of to indicate a retirement towards: the ,
and eventually widespread]
J r", the winter Season sets in. Indeed the town from a tactical standpoint Aisne i Is in immediate prospect
makes it the chief of want will confront our people. Il l lFVanie
point attack i in
it is not improbable that he
mtiy Further
: east in the Vosges relZ'ion.lhe ,
Labor slackers]
this cannot their
Hector. ease
} elect to keep after his quarry even Americans keeping their
London reports that since August 8 up consciences by purchasing Liberty
: when the cold descend. The Germans; patrol activity against the '
I'' nowhere ore standing with their uiicil the allies have taken ::10OOI prisoner enemy. bonds and War Saving' Stamps at1
and many crinnon. Entire batteries of per cent interest.
: seat and Foch now has a greatly TUESDAY r :;
st'ns.rth'nl'dllrmy., Foch i U obtaining field pieces have been taken from the< Newspaper men everywhere, comingto 1
... from across the seas: the strength: in Germans; in u number of places. llaiff Surprises: Huns and Takes T'r.ri10ry the aid. of the ]Department of Labor, 9 t JI1" h

splendid man !power' that wil permit Further south the Germans; are still on the Scnrpe[ River must arouse the people to this peril. i ii'

him to work nut his strategy in his: clinging to Miraurnont on the ,Aticre While the German: were busily engaged I Make it hotter than Hades for the k

own time. in spite of the fact that the British : in defending themselves' against t | loafer and part time worker. Tell the 1 .

,r Even: the German: newspapers! now on both Hanks of the place have swept the attacks of the British and French I I fellow in non-war work that he MUST 1 t

arc accepting: as true, although reluctantly far to the (,\Iolt WII rei Just below! ;Mirancourt l I i- armies, from the Anrre river to the region -I I immediately, get into some productive, Satin and Georgette; Combination

the statement by the Aml'ricanNl''rt.ta the situation is somewhat ob- of Soisson., Field Marshal] ]Haig I I war work Washington has just decreed young effervescent creatures bubblingover :
scurf but it would, seem probable that early ;Monday, morning struck anothersurprise that the A
l ry of war concerning: the size following are non-es- with joy, exchanging confidencesover ,
of the American forces in France. the Germans; have thrown enough men blow over a new front northof I' scntial occupations and that able boded the tea cups. Of course those I M!
into the battle: to retard the British. the old battle zone. The new of- must out of them
Some of them, however, are endeavoring men get : gala occasions call for a soft, pretty
1 : to minimize the number actually 1 Nearer the Somme, however, the fensive was launched from the east of Auto industry accessories. dress that is youthfully simple ands MoCiu,

in battle ureas. Germans: have not been so successful.] Arras! on the Scarpe river and south- Drivers of pleasure cars. still stately enough for the affected! I

i It is reported that Thiepval and Bray ward to the Cojeul. All along the Cleaning or repairing or delivery of grandeur of the meagre repast. And. I

:SATURDAY! !' have been, captured by the British who front the British pressed forward at Measure card.Sightseeing. here is a frock to wear. It is developed j
k' \ : are Mid i | to be to the east of that town. some places] to a depth of more than l
Hun Reinforcements Unable to Stem I cars, in blue-green satin and very dark Smart: Afternoon Street Drew
the Tide of Allied Success Bray is important because it standson two miles and captured a half dozen Auto trucks other than those haul. yellow-green Georgette for the guimpe
or them_ Afnnphv.. one in black satin with an all-"*"
high ground find dominates n_ large more villages. among
nn .nnn ng fuel! or doing government work. The entire effect is charming, but only -
Over the fifty mile front from the I '
of soutache in !b'>''ltl'I'ol.
amount of territory on each side of the Le-Preux, Guemappe and Wancourt. braiding
Teaming other than the fair freshness of
1 delivering products youth could at-
a region/ of Arras to the north of Sois- or. This would be more app''pnatr t
I Somme Across the Cojeul the new British for war work. and these
; the German armies tempt wear successfully
sons meeting
\ for mid-season .
r' ': ,\ with defeats which apparently spell There are few details of the progress attacks on the old battle front brought Bath and barber shop attendants. beautiful yet trying colors. I and fall wenr.j

j tliu"ter.'trywhl're: : the British nndFreneh of the fighting south of the Som thorn to the villages of Story! and St. Bowling billiard and pool rooms. But then there is the lecture time to |j Simple Phase of One Piece IIrt'WSThe

1 forces have continued on the me. The capture of cannon is reported Leger, and farther south the small Bottle and bottle supplies. be considered. Serge frocks, especial. !!' one-piece dress is hen to ,tlly>,
( from this region, but there has beenno town of Fuvreuil The one illustrated here ,i- l"" 1p din
1 attack the enemy has been san lIinI one and a half miles Candy manufacturers and delicatessen ly the new slip-on variety, are quite
news of further progress! there by northeast of Bapuume from which the serge and satin. The new k' 'I000
arily worsted. And the end of his (German in name), desirable for classroom wear. This
H 1 trials: is not yet in sight. I the British. British pressed on eastward about a Builders and contractors not engaged style of dress fills the requirements of sleeves are low and buggy .I' '. r the
Along the Chaulnes-Roye sector of mile. Further arms. The closing 'I.' '-It> "
To the British over the thirty milesof south the British are on structures for war work. looking trim and neat and yet carriesa surplice
the fighting zone from the Cojeul the line there is comparatively quiet. reported unofficially to have reached ]Dancing academies.! world of elegance with it. But one collarless, although it may 'I., ' 1ed This region has not been mentioned in the with large shawl-collar ,if It' '""n''I"
"' river southeast of Arms to Lihons western outskirts of Thilloy in thenippt'r ;Mercantile stores. soon tires of the continuous wear of a :
Mouth of the Somme, numerous towns recent advice Although the French; movement they arc carrying Florists. three or four dresses and! then the lit Note the long skirt; all fro.> "<*'

have fallen and the territoryhas are known to be close to Noyon, that out against Bapaume. With Haig's Fruit stand. tIe things we spoke of before offer dieted 1 to be at least. ankh ' i-1 '"
enemy .
been penetrated to a depth of several city it still held by the German mon pow standing well within gun Junk dealers. themselves as the contributions sub- street and long trains arc U- -b v"

I mih's.'hpl'" the French are Local fighting of some severity haw' range: of the town it seems likely that Livery anti sale stables. ject to change. for evening. To be apprc. ii I ''J '"
1 ti taken place along the Vesle river the Germans will be forced to evacuate Pawn brokers. ever, what is: more allurinir 'i' r*
i htinA'.n the ;Mutz river and Importance of CulTs and Collars. 1.1i
\- 'f the territory north of Soissons additional where Americans we holding the line. Bapuume in short order. I't'unut' What narrow skirts, with thi po''
a refreshing
;; a. ] goodly gains have been made in Tho Americans have advanced from Additional gains also have been Shoe shining shops. touch a change of trains for evening?

the envelopment of Noyon and the Fisnu'H northward, to the Soissons-: made! by tho British east of Albert and Window cleaning.

\ general manl'll'rVhil'll seek to crushor Rheinis road. on both sides of the Somme river. In Soft drinks and soda fountains.
drive out the Germans from the salient Light sea forces have had a rather i fact, notwithstanding the efforts of Fountain supplies iO 'At* ( tw3d G p 8? s.3 .-t1 i 4 v tvYna rrf i44 4 4'*;-ti-3u;

'v between the Somme and the AIr Flight encounter off Dunkirk France the Germans through the use of large And there are others. Every person J j

r kite and to put into jeopardy the en- Both the British and German official reinforcement to hold them back the knows what occupations are now I. 1

i i lire German line running to Rheims.Notwithstanding report, state that losses were inflicted British and French are steadily ad essential. Z Special Hardware i

the fact that the by their respective units but deny vancing./ Able-bodied men must got out of

Germans brought, up large numbers, of suffering any louses. The French again aro hammering these lines of work and offer them. 1

fresh reinforcements in an endeavorto The diplomatic situation between away at he environs of Roye, one ol selves to the nearest office of the U. S. i /

stay the progress of Haig' armies Spain and Germany seems to be delicate the strong points of the Somrae-Oise: employment service for war work. AU lines of business !
there efforts were without avail. as the result of the decision on the front, the capture of which doubtless They will be quickly supplied with needs. require; Hardware specially adapted to theif

The entire Arras-Albert road has: part of the former to take over a ton- would cause the giving up by the en- steady work at good wages, and will : i

been crossed, by the British. The for-ton basis German ships to replace emy of the entire salient. be helping the United States win the i We had this in mind when selecting stock. We al S
strongly held positions where the Ger- Spanish ships lout through attacks by The Germans have thrown further war just as materially as the man at supplies needed by carry :

mans saw disaster facing them if theyfell submarines. It U reported that Berlin 1 heavy counter-attacks against the the front. s :

were stormed and captured and I has sent a protest to Madrid, but has French in the region north of Sois- : THE FARMER :

( the British pushed them farther east not agreed to limit submarine warfare I sons, but these attacks have been repulsed. head : THE MILL MAN THE CARPENTER :S

J ward. or guarantee Spain against further : The famous Prussian guan FRITZ VON BLITZ

;Midway of the battle line south of f losses. has been thrown into the battle to in the THE BLACKSMITH THE ELECTRICIAN :

M1 the Somme around Koye, there has. i check the French, but, as in their efforts :NEW YORK HERALD And other .
many special lines
been little fighting, the allied commander :MONDAY against the French and Americans Every Sunday :

evidently reasoning that with British and French Forces Everywhere in the Vesle sector, they met with THE HOODOO OF THE HUN It makes no difference as to what your business is, if you need .:

both wings of his offensive-near Ar-J i' Continue Victorious Progress defeat. HARDWARE we have it. Z

J rail and Soisaons -working smoothly r' Notwithstanding the fact that the The operations of the British on the Pilot Cured la 6 to 14 Day. i

Id in the movement which is likely to Germans have brought up strong rein- northern part of the front from the secure DraiUlM Itching"fund Blind mnner Binding If PAZO Protruding OINTMENT PUe falls
M compel the Germans to Reek refuge forcementa on both wings of the bat- east of Arras to the region of Bulle- laaontly reaevea I Itching PUrt.or and you cao Mrmtful JONES HARDWARE i
behind the old Hindenburg line, grounlwill I tlefront. the British and French forces court have brought them virtually upon ileeD titer the trot iwUcatuia. Price tOe ,

soon have to be given here automatically everywhere have beaten off the enemy or very near, the old Hindenburg Italian fronts have been small, consisting i Starke Fla. i iT. :
'; f, in order to save large numbers I i and continue their victorious prog- line mainly of raids and small surprisa :

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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. i I I1 rrSoldier II Letters. Ji Jaek."n"III.Solicitor, Fla.for. (" ft-J-tti. C. A. FUTCir.Tuwn Clerk. .16.1. SHE COULD

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NOTICE TO nKHTOKS AND: CHHI>ITOR... Sour .stomach nnil llflclmiR

rLiveState News I i Extracts from a letter written by Abirnnthy MI irMtnit latv ii.I'It.d nf ItrndToril to the. county i>rttnt dic""r .. I "\\hen! I \began: raking Chaml'rllIin' 1 NOT LIFT A SCUT- I

arc rriltii-t-d let pay I Ih11' calil ... .
::J I P\t. Thos. J. Lewis No. 779515: Supply with and nil |I" n>.mn rlainm, against forth ,' TnbletR three years ago: I \sni I

......._____..__....._____ duly autht. troubled of fa
...___. I Co. No. :30!), Q. :3!. C., American E. nlitiitvtl. within nnr yiur fiNitn, this ino
Told by Our Exchanges. .F., France, to :Miss Edna Baxter of tint the .saul or hey''*'nlv will are Iw rttUUHlt fortr t barml.,i pritiont thrin. anti l sour stoiniuh.! I altlo h.ul: ruadnoliea 1- TLEOF COAL

This (Ii.- .'Pth day of July. 1"10. anti coiistipntion. Tins
__ _._ - - __ - - n_ _ _ Brooker: remedy
.. . . 0' Mr Al\u AhcrtiMthy and Odfll. Atu'rnalhy. _
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--- Everything over hero is much the adrninintraliv. nn.1 l ndntinmtrHtor. rt..ixvtKly. .. my "ys1< 111

Alachua county is just beginning to up will be held in Gainesville duringthe same, as usual, although; we have had I of the .1..le of K. 1>. AbfTtiathy. ".-.on.r,'. strvtiRtheneJ l my digestion anti restored "I Feel Stronger and Better
'et ready to eradicate the tick. last week in September. The Citrus some very favorable reports from the me t. my former Ki>0l 11<'l\lth." Every Day Since

Seminar will be in progress at the boys up nt the front. They are doing 11 (SW$ I'HO'I.'ATIOS" writes Mrs. A. P. Smith, Jordan N. TakimjTanlac.

has joined the ranks of the time and stockman and I. E H. Mntl""" ,,.. Crony. mayor of the Y.-Adv. She
same Gained
every mighty good work up there now and I Town of Mark. Horitla. by virtue of the au* Says- '

,iirb market cities and will begin a tri- grower in the state is urged to attend believe they are going to continue the an thorlty election. vt'ni(.tn d in bo mi held hy law dn hrn>y call Twenty-Three Pounds.
at the TOWN
weekly market next month. l'alatkanlll" the meetings. good work. You can't tell, we mightbe in the aforrnnul. 1 I ov n. by tho qimllfUMl IIVLL vol..... The Quinine That uses hot .:'7ct! the HMDllecfuint

in Florida and to thrrcln. on 'I'". . eight more S'ptent- "f Its tonic ".1 luxntl\e efli-cl I.AXA- ,
home for Christmas .
back yet. I b 1U1H fttr the t titinies. of circling I ho fnl- TlK. IIUOMOUI'lM.NKI l.rttrrtliiiiluiitmiirv "I 1 have ihangoil,j f i otn u rundownm
','111' Restrictions on the use of beef in This certainly is a wonderful look- low In" nTic( n. : Quinine aiul doe not caitne ner\miNne nor "-rvuiisivik i into '
a strong, hcnlthyiiiniii t
One 1IIn'n. .
I r"'w"'wln hcntl. Krmenihrr. lull n"",,. unit
public eating/ places of Florida have ing country over here. I have traveled One 1.-i-k., look' lor the signature ol t>. W \.KOH.. Alitiri. \\ : mid ,Imve gained, ,j twenty-threw
plough farmers of Jackson county I Ono !MHmhnl i
been eliminated and at the same time and ColttTtor..
themselves raise suf- three days and nights/ on the train Thrt,. Aldfrmpn. |"""1101.. 111 Weight besides, fclllCO I 1)O-
i pledged! to households relieved of their meatconservation .
Ih i are since landing and believe me we went One A. i'ttHor.On cult Liking; 'ranlar." Haul :\i1rs1.. H. iI
wheat to necessitate the con- 'I.r..r.One .
k I it t pledges.: This announcement through some very beautiful country Night. ,.....hal. I Hill I 'gin'; I nf :!'l I II I :$;" l'utIItj S I'I'l.t, Hirniinff-i --_ .

I!, >" i turn of a flouring mill with a 25h' is made from the state food adaainitrator's during that trip. It was just. like gong I itIO'iio( iH i>r ...1.1 ('Iwt. inn : A. H Johns. F. liain. Ala IIMIItune ,,;
i-ri-l capacity at :Mariannn.'h T ShiidVr) .,,al T. N. Ki-ndtick ago. ,
office.Preparations ; on a pleasure trip through: a large 'In dtiminy whcrwof I hereunto autwcrib. "Kor I I Ihiee whole >'(ear I sufferedloitme -

\ were 982 head of cattle dip- rapidly being i park. The vegetables: are just!: /as fineas my to 1 br nnm hi-rt' ..nttil until. rnuHt infixed< the thin seal 7th of,,.of unlit town ,,' iI It Help3 I from sinm.iih; t trnulili', anil ,!ia- ,, :
urp completed -
can be and there is quite a lot of ItflM ,"'dl'l'l.idllr,\ I I .\'-.." "he fontiiniod i I "1111.1I I _
the A"WIIMI'I' ,
il in Pinellas county during for the i
i war work college which F. S M \ .
Ip oats and wheat grown here, too. There can b. no doubt I hud l aliinit gtvt'ii hope of
Actinic Mnynr 'Inwn up lioinur
Ono vat of .
n'h of July. new was putluring will be held "
September 7 to 13 \\ located in of hills 4SE.t L1 as to the merit of Cardul wi'll .
which the 'eIre a range: ___ K-\-5t. i I I tiiiy moii'. fin nearly every meilii 11
the month brings -
the Florida State for "woman's
College the tonic In
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and my barracks is just up on the side NOTICE TO PKUTOHS i ,. I ,',ttili hear of. I t 1101.1111.1, nothing .
1111111h,1', of vats in the county up to Women being offered for the specialwar AM CRFPITOR&l. the tr .ltment of many
of a very beautiful one. From the outside | A II IHTFOMH imlittlrd' to tho i-ntnto nf J K troubles to I i helped' ,I mo. It t seemed I like -
peculiar) reiyllniitr
WII."n nod| 1 I.n"l'.
training which will be WII.un. late
[ nine course, attended of Itrailford
of it you can look down on the rnunty rl't-"ln, ,uVrniMd are .q..I..1. 1i. pay + women. The thomnndsot .4... I ate iliHaiteed with me and I

by representative women from. wheat growing in the valley! and it their anld Hi'bla forthwith anil all t"ntona women who have been fi'll tilT until I IMH almost a Kliiulow. ;,
Arrangements for the Pinellni count all the hnvltiit cliumH nKfiinnt said entitle' Cardni in -
Parts of state. ar* n<<|Uiiited helped by the
t fair are in progress, the date hav-I is n very pretty sight to look nt. one, to year i>r.i.from rnt thim this dul duly' atith.'ntietmI| within past 40 > ear, is conclu- I was 1 soeak I that I ooiililn't life a '1 ua'tittie

We are some distance in the! rear or they will bo forever of coal to tin
Inc been fixed for the last Robert Gamble, Florida director of barred. sive proof that it is a put on Hre uml J

At of the of the firing; line. Don't know yet just Thia Tth day of A u.runt. 191*. good: medicine for women teemed to /ret weaker oil I the\ I time, until
1919. meeting labor
a issues 'statement cal-
a F. M. WILSON. who utter. It should
I how far but I believe it is something I almost
AdmInIstrator was helpless.
fair directors plans were disc-used for : ling attention to the necessity for Wilaon docroHed.of Kntate of J. E. and I,aura h.tlp you, too.
over a hundred miles.I If nnyonu had, told me that therewax .
the next fair. women to take the place of men in 1

mercantile establishments, fruit am assigned to warehouse as an NOTICE OF II\I.F. OF ANUS OF MINORS- TakeGARDUI a meilieine that wmiM have tlono 4 -

Of interest throughout the state will overseer over a gang of negro troops, iir cirAkuiAV? for me what Tanlac has, I eouldn't
stands, news stands and everywhere Thirty dny after' ilitt. hermf on towlt tho I
be the announcement of the appointment possible. Girl waitresses are to replace and take it from me, everyone here Slab dnv ..r Srptwnl.i-r.. A. !>. IBIS I will ap have believed them, before, I took it! 'i $ .

I of Miss Wlla :M. White, of St. men in restaurants and hotels. works all the time. Sundays are just Judire ply tn of the Hrndfnrti IfonorHhlo county(;'fO.,A Florlilu.(;Jnnlinrr' for Counly. I begun to improve from the very lit'- '

Augustine, in charge of the Y. W. C. like :Mondays, but I don't mind. Any- d<*r tn ..elI nt iirlxate unlo thp tindivldoil an tm or-<.>, I ginning and lIly father says that honever I I -

| thinl tnten-rit mob nf Emma: ... ... ,. '
thing I can do to help end this awful Ch t r, Ho e o sui-h
Haw change
A. activities among( the munition The Brcvard county war savings Chee... anil loHtphin0. ('h..rr. minor hvlra it in anyone.

workers in the great plants in Charleston of Sallie S ChpNHi'r. tlfrraHrd In and tn tho Everything I eat nourishes me and
committee, under the official directionof war.We follow-* drNcrtltrd. Inndrt lyintr and bring In ,
W. Va.Friday the chairman have all kinds of good entertainments Bradford county.' Ktorldn. ,...wit. liuilils! mu up and I have gone; up' from
S. J. Over-
county at the Y. M. C. A. here, and you The Northtattt. jiiartvr of Snuthwnut Quar The Woman's Tonic eighty pounds to one hundred and
street, leads all other counties in the '.r. and' lh Northwmt Quarter of Souihearit. -
September 13, will be child can bet the boys are surely enjoying Qu.rt..r. lou, ilnht ncreM on west aldn of Hrna-u three, n clear! gain of twenty-three

welfare day at the war college which to cash August sales of 1, war taking savings the stamps lead up it. Just a few days ago: there were If liranch.* now nltunti ale.,,, .li'na'. known two semi a* iVdan n.hi. .r.. Rravpynrd.irravvyarti. Ilixson.Mrs. N.Tenti.E. Varner writes of J>ound I feel stronger; and better t :"

the Flor- away four French ladies from Paris who Also! R. thrM-fotirtha of : since ,
will be held in Tallahassee at ftniithwmt tjuartrr of every lay taking Tnnlac. .
from Pinellas and Palm Beach coun- Nnrllii'ajtt (jUR"I'.. and Hotiih' thrrfaurtha., "I was passing through
ida State College for Women, and a ties, which have heretofore been in gave: us a musical entertainment andit .....\ Quarter of thp NnrthwMt Qunrtpr.ot8nlllh. the . My back and I TanUe Is Hold in Starke I by> C. I'. '1.Cllson. .

program of unusual interest has been the lead. was great. of all Range In Section, Twenty Sixteen.. East Township of :JallahaMnMtf Seven Smith sides were terrible and mid by one druggist in every \ I
1 arranged a fitting close to the comprehensive I met a boy here a couple of days Ian. _.L my sutiering Indescriba town in Urndford t'ounty.-Ady.
1 ble. I can't tell how HOJ
Thin 21rfl day of Just
AuKunt. 10N|
the of Mcl.cod who is
by name
war program. Volusia county will vote on compul. ago: J. n. BAXTER and where I hurt, about t |

from Worthington Springs. He says Cuardlan, for Foimn. Rnticno and J4mphlnt all over I think 00 I i LEMON JUICE IS 1
of cattle November 5. .
Tourist rates will be in effect to sory dipping he knows quite a few of our folks over ChiHRcr Mmnm. H2M.: begin: Cardul, and ray

this direct Brevard county recently carried its pains crew less and lese, FRECKLE REMOVER
Florida this winter. With there. lie is in the Ordnance Department NOTICE OF ELECTION
election and St. Lucie county is preparing until I was cured. I am i1 :I
statement from the highest authorityall and has worked for the past few -
to hold! an election this fall. WHEREAS Th.I remarkably strong for a t
irfalalure of 1117. unI'r
fear of these rates not being offered Palm Beach carried time years at Hartford Conn. the Constitution' of IRHft nf thp State of FIn ;+: : woman 64 years ol age. Girls, Make This Cheap Beauty I

again because of war conditions, county some ida did pitna two Joint anlutlnnn r..o..ln"i $ ] do all\ my housework. Lotion to Clear' and I
Broward county and Dade countyare amendmnnfn tn the (onHtitiitlnn of the State Cardul ;.
I., 'It at rest. Both of the Florida soa- ago 4 . + + + . + 4. + + . 4 of Mordln' end t tim namp were airrpod to by I II Try today. U-70 IIr ,
a Whiten Your Skin.
iior1have been busy on this matter. ] tick free so there is a very good LEGAL NOTICES 4 vote of thrMflfthn. of all the momhrn .,.- J .
: chance for the entire East Coast to . 4.A. + + * + + + + + + + + Uranlulioiix....<. ntrd their + :+ .
.. upon rretrrtv <* Sijuee/c I the. juice of \fcwo lemons Into I I:
The Third Annual Livestock RoundBLl'l lead the state in this great movement. Jmirnul. with the yvnn nnd nuyn Ihnronn '
NOTICR' and lh..v did' dotorminc and .ilr Six month nftrr Into; hnrnof T will\ prcucnt .,..In' NwDliitlnnn' 1><* ."hmlllrI'f in;; thpplrctom - of orchardvhitc. i nliaUu well, and vou '
mv "",,ch.'r. and final. ncc-mint to the llonornbli1tfo ii( the Stnt" nt the fit'ni1 nit' Kli-rtion In :
ItEI'J.I E4 I A. flnrilmrr County Jmltfp of Brn.lfor.lOiHinty. Nnvrrtihcr: 1015 have II '|1"111 I Li'r pint of I the I bent, freckle '.1

\ WEt.HIm ._ __. rli.ri,lii. and ntk for my find 10 1 CITIZEN'S: COMMITTEE 1 .... ... .. nil mlmlnlntrntor( the rutulo of W. If. S<..rpftirv "f StutP of the State of I )
; w'S Un.lirhill (!liemuni.'linn .. I'i.nIluu.' do ht
the Klh' lny of AnnURt III 5. fiKNKRXL; : I.:IIVTIONw "\ i inir (jrociT has I the lemons and i any .
Lulu, Fin., Aug. 20. 191H.t ..s ',,' j. i,. UNDIItITII.f. IN t... hill In *'.rh county 'In rii.rMn' .n ill'UK store or I toilet I'ountcr will .
s-n-Anin. Ailmlniatrntor.fill Tilifidny next micrredlnpr 'the (II....' Mondnv up, \ 1111''l'l
:.iitur! Telegraph : - - NoMnilir. A. I). 'll'M''' the- .a''Ii' Tucadny bimrnrrif cR ply I three. uuticex of orihnnl I uhito i I or \oj

In 'leply' to Citizens Committee will .?. TO QUiET TIT Eiv : I Ihr % TiN'OLDEST a few tentH., Masn.'ijfe! : this sweetlyfiairrant
that people think if ('I p'Ilrr( rounr. FIOIITII tli', . nay OF NOVFMHCR JOurfffN E.J/ABLlSIIEIJ lotion! into the fare, luvlc, I
some rntiflrntlnn
.I\ it -eems .II'DICIM. CIUriJIT OK Fl.OR- t'lItl: ::: nr rcjicthm I of the unlil ,
th, something about an ofll.r 1OIN AND FOR HRAD. Riftoluifotitt/ I prt>pnninir,; atfli'fliim-pio$ t": I' SEED /10t/S arms and, }hands each.. ,d.iy; and sell liovvfii'ikks
\ :in I ,
say the 1'< n<*\titiitir oT the. .
Stiite or
Mnrid/i. If i
1-OK COUNTY. IN CIIAN- 1 and I I blennsheH i i apd
big fellow. A JOINT IN FLORIDA disappear 1
it makes them a good, CERY. RKSOLITTIOV I
it the Golden H O Pi-nnarJ.. I'mpo-inu; : nn Amendment to Hrrtfon ft of Ar ,j ( how clear soft and whit i f the kin I he- .fj
In iiml fault it seems tfrle( Ml nf the Con> of
1 : Complainant,, the Slnl* of i iinies in u little I while. Yes! It Its. !
of this : Relntlntr to Kilucntlon, .
Hull- \\ith. some. The names v. ,. ,. .. I I.nrml. ,',, ,, Iv.
H it ( !
Flr.rf.ln r.nml' & Immigration Co. K K lxed by I the -ifInlnturo of the Stat I! ; < ( 97)I)
i imniittve! are very well known. They <>t al. nt DnrhlnThnt : --
with fine Dcfi-mlnntji. the follownir( nmpndmi' $ nf Sittlon 5. i. iwrJN'iD'fry : !
.i II. M-ry prominent men I' HI I.I. TO Qt lET TITI.K.' : of \rtide' XII of Ibe Constitution of tt<"'I Ilio StroiiKVllhstnnil tho I lent of "

IMUIand blessed with a goodly porn j r.i tin- unknown hi-int, drvl..8. .....nt....., !'I.u'c <.r rimidn" RelHtfnir to K.IumlU: f t. Summer Hotter 'I'linn tho Weak .
iitul I .iHininnt. of. thmtiuh nn.l uiult Clnn-nre n'r. t'V airrpffMl tn nn<| .hnll li*. .nuhnilt1 l to I tin. -- -- ---
'''n of this world's good (I' Hryan. fon would) be' wrong not .1.. IICIH arc unknown I thi* Mi'l Ui'n'raIl'rt I'm of Ititiin.'m-ntiitu. *.,. I urn wrnk. will I Im atreileil'lieii'iI nnil "-i-iialilnl, I
It. of course, r.HKETINO : ti> I-. I li.ld In. 11.I .. y"."". A. I). VMM 1hnt' I j. 1.. When y'u, no '.1! it /,1: l rolialilo I Imi-i Hit I hrniiitli. 11m I, ,1o'1..lnlll"'lIt of aiiiiiint-r. hy Ifih-

i ,. hue a public road l-y then farms, You ,,n.I! each of you an hereby ron'ilrpilt. nut .,, fhftf. .llnn H of Arltrl.- \H ..r 111. r*"u mcnt fur ,mn'tioss of t hit iiniHi-lr lug cJ;Rtavps: "lASIHrSSililinoMir: llpurlllc*
that livo in squalid, t ._ 1 In.' ."01 ap|.rnr hi.fore the jiulire of the utituti'in'. of the S'nh..t rlorldu h.. alO..1>l | n" i II nnil' i-nrli I.,*. tinhliMiilaml, liiilliHiiptliitwhiilitHyii I I !I
.t the poor men ; CntMilt, Court for tim Kltrhth Juilli-lal CI."it'' Urt to r. ml nrt. follow : I iprnm I or tn n.lie I /n! thi'umntii, |":IIIIH i ti'in y..I1./l MMJU f..I I > \ 'InviitnrollnitMTitl I
be irtlun
In c hut- their petitions should not of 1-1.hll1. in unit for llriiilfur.! county on the . H I'nrh emmty ninl( ? I..* r"-.|'..r..1 l lUlc 4
time Illi ,dos-o f N'memher. lulu at the Courthouse t to "-' .< KM nn t rnllirt. nnmmlly f.>r thn HUM.,'.''ftof .trp ; It l 11' exllint
". .ued., Hut when tax collecting .- 'in ini
mines they must not be forgotten. "Inint ,'.,hiblt,-.. aualniit you In .mii. ] court by I ?10.flni I*!" (linn miMM I three (lb mill. nor m<>r<* then "'n I ('1ii' in her lii I it's Tiihlrts..
I!. O fli-nnnnl on t thi> dollnr .n Mil tuxt.Mo prnpnrty !
lion.\ Citizens Committee I, for one, The Urailfonl County T.|p..raiih la horrbyili In thi. uBme. I 4 'Iti in lit'na i it's TalI"lr.. .. i intended
elected Mrs. Helen Isabel! 0. Griffith Plumberfor "'lKnAti'.l a* n newvimpcr in which thin ni>- A JOIVTT'mi.ortfil flFSOI.rrTION? '/ for "to11/lt'h triniMuH, )biliousness
I enpei-ially /
was roared a poor l 1oy.> was tict hall be puulmhed.. for twelve' coiuicutlvewpi'kti I nntindnii'nt t.. I tinrnnntliuli. I "n of 'OfAsk '

))y the people because they believed Iwould Hospital Unit. Ikit Ft".I"? .t .fI.1. Y r-q: : and, eonKtifiation' and! havo I'
Before the war :Jlrs. OrlflUhs\ was an Th.Innia ili-nerlhril. In the Dill of Complnlnt hy the riuJMliitnn. of th'i .
I I1t" with 'h in the
not turn deaf ear to the poorman's i .t I !; : met mm HUCCCSH treatment
a n thin ceuce. thp title to which !I. Houtrht to :'IIJo'JtttIr't i
artist but when the war broke out ilio 'I/ \ ( C I .: ('h. 'fl I .. .
call and I want to say to youit be '|itii-ti'.l[ ari atcainHt, thu above tlvfamlanta CfintiHtittitKin JOC"i.: ' of thorn .IiM"II "H. I'coplo wliohavi >
tin Mm.' of Mnrldn. It.! ,,, ..
In real nti'l I 1hrnm. I. ,
needed\ drihI
found that women were are pnrticiilnrly nit foltovm to-wit
difference between wealth r'.j of NEi of NE'j' E of : liy I"".. ruled I wr> AH t.. ..,...1 AN f"lie.!< ; 'II If,'"-",,1 i for years with stomach
makes SW'
no technical positions, and she took a SE'4' : | Srt: '' 1 \ nil,'?t.. Xi 11. Kiftlnn 1 rh,- 'ifan. i' f
of NW of NWVi, Section : eS'
.. I will take care of the ".1| poverty. course in plumbing) In order, to he able and !:IF;'". nt NF.1 Sirtlon 4. Townnhlp A. ., nr pxrhnruri' .f nil .I|lrt( "h

p'mr', and isolated.I i to offer! herself to the Women's Oversea Mouth Runue 2J, Knitt.: Men 'Iota 1. 2. 8, I I M tuiiui.i nliiitr", .; Kfjttnrfi. .".1 )I.< tiriiy. .. w..10. ,11 r. r | .. urn permanent relief, have been com-
\ nn" or mnti ,
4. r. and 6 (or W'" of IIW'. of NW%) nn )w rchjr f "rpr . ,, ,
iand cured the of thi'HU tab
have just granted a new public Hospitals IT. S. A.. for work nt the Illucka! 13. 1 II. 1C. ID. 17. 18. 21, 22, 21.anil <>'d:' in the Stn(<- nf Mori.In iu.t u. sInIu.l : . pliM.'lv'' by use '

riind, became the people asked, for it, French front. She passed', her examinations : 21. 'lor NW' linn"' SW',.> of flection 2. 1-i-. -I, f t.hfl<-r I mllenl win,, fur sri n<.rom..I.1 ntirtc' ;, or mi-u'a titrw;,' tu--,, '.il:I"t f Ih.if eOFFEES 1 le'' Chamberlain's Tablets! aro al.sool ,
Towniihiii II. South 22. Eant. Said | *
no iota
and Is now a pluperfect .,,10'! "f which nlcohdl nnd .. ifn-at value for bilioiiMicHH. Chronic
ant, on a proper petition I will give another ) and blocks! beinic a ,part of Cumminaa'. aub-di- uim t.'r i 01 i 10 i ipi t
viHinn of nan] Sictlon 2. HI H nfnrfflni'l shall hr iwulntpil. I t.y lii'*
umber. bu
1'1 j..n
for one man's call is just as WITNESS. my knnd anal,' the pal' of said Si 0))tnn' 2. The r.f rlHlntiir.> nhnll, nnrt ntj't, -'Itt tipllt may permanentlyI'urud
I Court thi. the tint day of July 191. alii- In-i n Tor I ihi-I *nfMrremcnt. of th. |I' (Is- I by taking Chainberlain'il Tltl>-
valid a ; another. ft * * * * * * * * * (SEAL'' W. T. WEEKS, IOIIH of I thin nrtlrlc.Tl Best Every Test
By lets the
I It and edmervinjf plain
.So I will say just sit steady in the Clprk Circuit Court Bradford 1< ".n 1. Ihin artIcle shell $r'> In, > t (Ti-r-t .. printed 's
on HitMint) day nf Jnnunry. 'i. I II I I'M T f with each,
Florida directions' Imttle.-Adv.
County :
1"'mit., It may be your turn next. Then SUFFRAGE GAINS IN 1918. O. O McCOLLUM.Jacfc flic \ ."a'. CHut In cnmiilfnnr-. ."'I, s.,,,l ,ir". V r..
,,,..'.,1 I nTyn'nlminlH, nntl the rnnviw. dirlura I
t you can act "Old Steve" You can up- >onllle. Fla. tioni nnrl rcturnn thi-r....f. rthnll !I... c ,iM, cti. ..Itn li

-ft the legislature, drain the Gulf of Since January 1, 101 S. 0,000- Solicitor f..r Complainant. 8-2-Ht. Uiime, rrirulntlnnM ,nd! niitrirti in.. n a..nI '
roads i 000 British women have been --- ",ii>ti i Mexico! change and upset public Slot "f Morldn. :
the parliamentary fran NOTICB OP FINAL DISCHARGE. .
and the system of working them just (given fM FHTTWO IVIfKUEOP '
chise. t buy hcr.'int'<> net I McCall Patterns
tn suit you, and put petty politics out ; A municipal suffrage Mil tins Six months after data hereof I will' present my. hnnd! nnd ..If.oJ? l tin* 1
and final -4EA f.) (; ciif .
my vouchers account to the Honorable r nt 5 in.* Mi.-! t
<>f existence. Introduced, Into the French ... ,.. I
been C. A. Gardiner. County Judua ef .Iln. nt Tnl:nlii H. > -.5.-
JOHN J. BLACKWELIiEK I fr Chamber of Deputies.Cnnnillnn Hrailford< county. Florida and ask for my the ('..,.11.1. thn. t hi. t 'v< '> I
Anal dinchanre a< administrator nf the eataw Iy-fifth day ..f July. .\ I101K. > bf
County ComrniSiOflt'r.l'trict a. women have had nssurnnoe of J. K. Hallbrook and M. A. Hallbrook. k '- YOU can patriotic

111be\ given\ e..eI.thla. ir. CLAY fRAWFonn' I ,
N'o. 1, Bradford' County. they the! u I s..i I t ..
enfranchisement. th. 29th day of M..h. ISIS.J. S-CMt ry tt RtntiNOflC -
k complete V. EDWARDS. I :
and still dress)
tnUPOKAL HOMER. KAI1OKX The Federal Woman Rnirrnge; 8.29-8 mn. Admfntptrmtor.HIM. I : i t: TO PfHTOKH: ANI1 f IIIDI: POIM. in [perfect -

I Amendment to the Constitution \II! i....,... Inrl.'htfl.l. ,.. lh" ...'H' nf W irI \ '
-' '' ---
I has TO IjriFT TITLE I 1',1.. I.u ill.. 'late of UrnrUonl; Tounty;;. Flirluln.| ;':" : l.islr anil best! of i
States passed
United 4a.
Mrs. W. :M. Harrrell of Ilrookcr, received of the IN I'IITIT i roiiHr. FJrrITlI: .1.l .. ii.-|I. are r.'IIII..1! l to pay HAM difhtn"
style. /II /hen makea
the'' tin House of Representatives.ft JI'DICMI.: rIBriJIT OK FI.OK- rtluith an".11 pemonw having claim I u you
a telegram Sunday from mIN \ NI) 'ORAn- riL'.nri, .t the fluid' estate nre ..-.."...1." to "'I'.
her brother FOR COLTJTY. 'IN ." tit thim duly authentlcnti within, om> Y"81'fr' new garment, use
War stating CHANCE you
department * * * * * * * * ** RY. m thm, dnftf or they will .hi forever barmlthin 4

("orporal Homer G. Raborn was killed I Ancients Knew of Periscope. R. Dennard.. '1 71h day of Autnwt I I'M-' , .4i-s .1 :\I<-C all Pattern, you
_ _
. .
Complainant. f I. I NDFRiriM: ,
in action July 18th. I It Is not generally known that the VI A'lmtniMtrator, ; of fttlatiof W. If "I Tuliv be absolutely
c .in cerIL' -
Homer Raborn volunteered and enlitnl history of the periscope dates back Florida Land' A Immigration. Co. rt ai,
), in Uncle Sam's seriee about two'' to the time of Arl tntla end Euclid. Of .Defendant" -- OF VfrNlsTRTOK'M- -- IIn".hlll'l tI I,nn that the stylo will

M-ars ago and served on the :Mexican ', course neither of these' erudite ancients To John P ftrennitn.BILL Otto TO QUIET Hoai-he. TITLE.(;ltOl'l'e {I V"-'in"* la vi-n. tint I I i ; be correct, the fit [>er-

l.-.rdor until he was transferred to Syr- had the actual article used to- fr nil'g.Thin Florida 'Lund A ImmiKrattunCompany t >> iitery 'f> thi* I.lutuM' arid bint biibler.II i :
of a W H Field I rii.: rji-h;: In hand nn 'h>. .;th day. tit Auirnat A. I If IL' I' / feet and that
'or day, but they Uncovered that port corporation. *, Mar- it cannot
whence he sailed I th. .' ,
'' n. John Alexander I > I I"M J' at ten o'clock n m. fnllowinir de-
rraham. ,
'i' i <. "opt li. 1 l'U7.: There he \\ :a' >i. the theory of light and optics which Is .Inmin I.. ar-. John K. Farl Jr. J. K. Earl 1".1'r t nernnnnl, ('-'li'| r'v, t... l'>ntintr to th* ..- ( l be properly made with _
present In the working of a periscope.At W. K. !.ane. Samuel. C. I.ano. John C. .:dl.. W. If. Cmfprh *I.e.-eeeI. to-wit MMI ; I
training until April 1st, and then he later date the obs'url1come .I D MirlTnora. Francis I. \terall. Frank J. 1.1 i, I of stork cattle mar-.l swallow fork up- 4' I' '' lesss material. t
a camera :If.Glin.h.y. Thomas W. Pltu Charles Rohrt ant I under bit inn" iar, ntraivht pit ,-
vunt to the front, where he fully performed to baffle the world the scientistsof <. .. henry P. Tnmhlff. and V. J. fthlpman, In thi and 'branded' "X :" alan 10 bead ; '
shirking un- ,fendanta. whoa. ,,,,5 .'...-rt. cattle mar-fJ! nplit, and under hit In
his duty, never fifteenth evolveda are each unknown .
the century having .... swallow irk. and. underblt. in
til he met his death. Had this young box: In which an Image can be thrown GREETING : !I..r.11 . ar and bran. |i-.i l H. th.// 60 ":' kJL.9 McCall Patterns _
SH""I 1 sale to I.. made at the farm of 7. I
You and each of
hero 10th he would traced Into actual you ar hereby requIred '
lived until August and by a pencil an : ,, 1
to ho and appear bpfoni the judas of the In.: ',11. aiim.ii"u..trt.rJ
_ _
have been 31 years of age. ': picture. The Idea was quickly seized Inrult Court for the Elichth Judicial Circuit! fc ,'VDERInrrAilir .. I "I fur September i
ob- ..f Florida. In and for Bradford ..n.,.. rmtralor if thi- ..tat'<- "t W. H l/n.!I. rI 11
by showmen and a camera on th* .
lie leaves a father, two sisters nn,1 i upon -'h dar of October l'J18. at the rourthotu* I I I. ilrrpuol 1-It JtVOTIf : I. flOW on sale ---
MrV pcura beceme a feature of every sideshow i I paid i..un. ,
four brothers to mourn his death : : n la answer a Bill of Complaint -
and exhibition. From first to exhibited avainat. you la laid, snort by KHr'ihy iS5.
I a it
G. \ Raborn, Hague Walter Raborn last the showmen made a good deal ,' K O. Dennard. notice ii* .Oven that the Town t'o'in- .
(;all'clville.Villiard, FUlwin Sanford The Hmdforrj County Talerraph la hereby. all "t Ht .k.. Stratford. county. Florida will'
of money out of the Idea until people I dmiifnatfd aa a newspaper In which thia no- mHt at the city hall on TuMiiUy., September

Willie Raborn, Sumner; Alvin Raborn. came to learn that there was nothing I I tic* shall. be published* far eight eoiuaeutivlweeks Irtl at H Dclftek r> m. aa a hoard nf .qijal! >* A .M. DARBY Starke Fla.

Sanford ; :Mrs. Beulah Harrell and magical! about the thing. Both the I WITNESS my hand and th. seal of said .ceivinc ra for the tnum purp.e$ of an harinw to the complaints valuai of and any _

:Miss Cecil Raborn of Brooker besides periscope and the camera obscnra are i I Court this the 31at day of July. IIIU. property real Durvonal or mixed j, aa fInal. fay. I
j (SEAL) W. T. WEEKS. the town tax aumw for the year. ISIS against
a host of friends. | Implicit ISe1( AJJ) that Is needed Clark Circuit Court, Bradford th. ow...,. or atftnu of neb property..

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1 suffer this The Fourth Liberty Loan drive will flour. ONLY 11 NAMES ADDED TO for such -"
Bradford Shall the boys overseas purpose. Such i I', ,I', .,
County Telegraph winter for lack of supplies? Uncle begin on September :28th and run for Farmers certificates and millers ARMY: ROSTER SATURDAY made within one week uft. > 'I.i? lit

.... he four weeki. Bradford has not certificates be used. is used for that 1'
-, --.---.- -- -- ------ -' -- -- Sum cannot furnish them unless county cannot purposeI
Published Weekly, and entered as second has the workmen. He is asking for failed the government at any point, Rule 15, "the rule limiting sales by The registration last Saturday of hope to receive prompt" , . .. i
4, claMH matter at the puHt-office at your assistance now, you men in nonessential and it will not fail this time. However retailers of wheat flour to oneeighthof young men who have come of age since I from all who are required ",|

j Starke, Florida. occupations. there uTe some persons who have a barrel in cities and onequarterof June 5, 1918, added only fourteen them. mob

r r -- -. held aloof entirely from everyone of a barrel in country districts is re- names to the army roster in this/ coun J. E. Ki ri' I H I
- - Mississippi, the There ty. Starke, Lake Butler, Raiford, Food
and Owner. Senator Varduman war activities. are a considerable scinded. County Administrate. .
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor i 1'" iJtad
. who was defeated for re-election to number of men in the county These new regulations are to put all Hampton and Lulu are the only pointsin ford County. '
Associate Editor.
the United States Senate by Pat Harrison ample able to buy Liberty Bonds the allied countries on the same basisas the county represented in the reg .

will be able to understand the who have not bought a dollar's worth. to the use of wheat flour. The re- istration. Of the fourteen registrants NOTICE TO TEACH Kits

1918 AUG LTS'lt' 1918 feelings of his Hun friends in Germany The County Liberty Loan Committeehas I luxation of the rules does not release twelve are white and two colored.

{ when they, too, are forced to acknowledge instructions to give these/ men one I anyone from his duty and obligation to Their names are as follows: All teachers who antini, ",t, i,4ct
\mnn.T imn\ TO | WJcnT" ii I riiij. t **f] defeat at the hands of the more opportunity to show their patri i avoid waste and to conserve all food Cecil Guy Prescott, Starke. ing in the, public school.., "t t Bradford|

2 3 Americans. otism. If they fail this time their commodities, especially wheat flour Joseph Henry Howard, Lake Butler. county are requested to "com, 'I, tbt
L names are to go to Washington. We and sugar. Will Dukes, colored, Hampton. office of superintendent of .ehoou

4 5 6 7 8 910 German newspaper are complainingabout have no idea what steps the Treasury J.E. FUTCH, Marion Golden, colored, Lake But sign contract and get register report
the use of shotguns loaded with department will take wit hthem. If County Food Administrator, Bradford ler. cards, blank report forms ,and otb"
. ( buckshot, being used by Americans, there is no worse punishment in store County. William Arthur Stokes, Starke. things necessary for the opening
IM314 1516 17J819l20l21l22l23M i ani
l''In 11 and says the use of such guns; is contrary for them it will be bad enough to have Louis Williams, Lake Butler. keeping of school.

1 to the Geneva convention. Ger- their names written into the archives Sll UA JOY MUST Harley Alexander Clemons, Lulu. I Under state regulations n" '

'In [.1 [ ; many shouldn't be so fmnicky; there'sno of their government as financial slackers STOP TO SAVE GASOLINE William Pasco Weeks, Lulu is eligible to draw public nn", 'aeb",

law of God or man she hasn't bro who clung to their dollars while Ellery Hutcherson, Raiford. I hasn't signed a contract. We stn
\ f 252lM28l29l3031T] | ken. their government called to them for All Kinds of Motor Driven Vehicles James Calhoun Berry, Lake Butler. force this requirement 4 ro

'1' '."I'\ u -- help in the greatest emergency it has Come Under the New Order Charles Bradley Johns, Starke. (Signed) E. It. 1'OPt'hl.I; !
You must work or fight. The Tampa Tribune asks the peopleof ever known. Warren Bloodsworth, Raiford.
,4 i -- Tampa to "tote fair" with the ice Washington, Aug. 27.-The fuel administration Eugene Allen Jenkins, Starke. --S '"f "*"nooll.>.

I "Working" means working for Un- manufacturers of that city and pay the At the general election to be held in today called upon the Colonel Albert Crosby, Starke. NO SCHOOL BOOKS CH.\ItGF.1J i

dI tic Sum increased price asked for ice ((30 cents November there will be submitted to I public in states east of the Mississippi / Edwin W Freeman, Starke. Please don't ask us to chargi

t ,', 100 pounds, weighed at consumer'sdoor the voters of Florida a constitutional river to cease using all classes of I books-not for a long time.( ,'hoot |
I t ',1 What's the matter with Patsy? He'R"j ), as it was a necessary advance amendment providing; for a maximum automobiles, with a few named exceptions REPORTS REQUIRED BY SUGAR time. The books do not belong t
t I, all right! to cover the higher cost of materials, levy of 10 mills for general school pur motorcycles and motorboats on REGULATIONS OF JULY 27, 1918 We handle them for 10 <, u
per cent
", labor, etc.Bradford. poses. The amendment ought to be Sundays until further notice, as a gasoline mission for your convenient'. <'om. I
;"j SubHcriptions to the Telegraph arr adopted. The maximum conservation measure. Only vol- Retail merchants to and \\'t
'1 at present is are required are under bond to sell the hook' |
l A payable strictly in advance. county's allotment of the 7 mills and experience has proven that untary compliance with the letter and keep a record showing date of sale CASH and pay for thl'na for
, r,', next Liberty Loan has not yet been this is insufficient in every county' of spirit of the request will prevent the name of customer, amount of sale and Please bring the old
:, t The Clown Prince Is not overburdened furnished to the county committee, the state. The insufficiency will be- issuance of a mandatory order prohibiting number of persons in the family of want book and money oblige.every time you
'\ with congratulatory messages theRe but whatever it is, let's get about it the of Sun- a Owing II the
, come more and more apparent now use gasoline on each customer of all sugar sales, but fact the present adoption of
J days. and have the job off our hands withina that we have entered an era of very days, it was declared at the fuel ad they are not required to make regular mar school books expires about cram.

: l f would mean week or ten days. We are going: to high prices that ia likely to lust for ministration. Automobiles for hire reports, except that they should sendto July, after which there be next
A municipal ice plant buy these bonds, we must buy them.Let's several years to come. If the amendment are included in the curtailment prog- me each week all applications upon may entire
lower change we cannot
Ii, better service, better ice not be always about it. is ram. Motor vehicles to which the your used
not adopted so that teachers restrictions which sugar has been sold for preserv- books except at a very low rate,

t prices The state constitution forbids school salaries may be raised in line with salaries do not apply were announced ing or canning. Their record of sales 30 per cent. J. W. MORGAN.say
Florida carries the paid in other employments the as: must be subject to inspection by any
; J No paper in boards showing" any preference to force Tractors and motor trucks DIRS JOHN
the Telegraph teaching will soon be so depletedthat employedin authorized representative of the Food .\ : CIIITTV
of county news '
teachers of religious sect or
any actual
many of the schools will have to transportation freight. Administrator.
publishes every week, His Royal Highness Sidney '
r t nomination. close or content themselves with Vehicles of physicians used in performance Manufacturers of candy, ice cream, Friends here of Mrs. John ''hittv

Uncle Sum classes those men raga{,.- J., says, however, that no Catholics teachers who go: into school work because of professional duties. bottling drinks, soda water, fountains, will deeplyregrot to learn of hci, death
will teach in the schools of Florida
"'il in non-esscntinl work ai "Labor the they are not fit for anythingelse. Ambulances, fire apparatus, police cold drink stands are required to keepa Wednesday, August 21ft, ef-a
Slackers." Are you one? and gives the superintendents Today there are not a half doz- patrol wagons, undertakers' wagons record of the date of the purchase of very short illness at her homeHa\,
choice of such teachers are being
firing en teachers in Bradford county who receive and conveyances used for funerals. sugar, the amount purchased and the low, Ga.

i k If Stnrke had u municipal ice plant fired. as much salary as the negro who Railway equipment using gasoline. daily use of sugar, and are requiredto Mrs Chitty is remembered "r "',rke

it would mean the Installation of a The county food administrators of stokes the locomotive that pulls the Repair outfits employed by telephone -, compile these records on or before as :Miss Candacy Register. :Sh: mils
1 lay current. Starke needs both. Iluval and llillsborough counties are "Peggy" train on the Wannee branchof and public service companies. August! :Ml, 1918 and send the same to her home here for a numb' "f i-ar
r the Seaboard Air Line railway. Better Motor me." I with her aunt, Mrs. M. Leviton
making the ice manufacturers toe thf on errands of necessity -
Gen. Von Boi-hn, u specialist in re- mark these warm days. Ice must be vote for the amendment if you in rural communities where trans- Consumers nre required to report to Of near relatives Mrs ChitKi'

tq treats, commanding the (Jermun armies sold at a reasonable price, must be want the public school system to live. portation by steam or electricity is not me the quantity and kind of product a husband, a little daughter; i,
0a 0ai on the Somme front, is now l available.The preserved with sugar bought or used old, a father and two brothers
le.nd'i the manufacturers
and -
weighed delivery
on The I
i ing the Huns Rerlinward.j people of the United States asa
; are required to either make or nation, are blow to anger, but thereis action was/ taken by the fuel
j Starke appears to have been the only buy ice in sufficient quantities to meet a breaking point, beyond which no administration, it was stated to meeta t++tt++++++ttttot+t+F+t+ttt+ttt+tt+

where ice unobtainable the demand. nation dare without threatened shortage of gasoline for
town in Florida was go having a fight
a r for days at a time during the on its hands. Prior to the declarationof shipment over seas, created by increased -
hottest month of the year. Speaking of philosophy: "Why is it, war with Germany the whole nation domestic demands and extensive -
V Sam, than one never hears of u durky hoped that we would not be drawn into military operations in France. I H--1
be. "selective" draft committing suicide. ?" inquired the the conflict but .
There will no now the word comes 'FNSEORG.1NIzED
in the "work or light" application. It Northener. "Well, you nee, it's disu- from every nook and corner that there COUNCIL OF l j Farm Machinery Rusts

you arc engaged in non-essential work WilY, hOMS'hl'n: a white pusson has must! be no compromise or patched up HERE :MONDAY

are nut working at all. any trouble he sets down an' gits to peace. In front of our office window a

'i/ you studyin"bout an' worryin.' Then first few days ago hulf a dozen or more citizens Meeting.\Members; Was Attended Named by Practically I Out Than Is Worn"Out f
by Chairman
A majority of Stnrke citizens will thing you know he's done kilt hisself. from, different sections of the ;

be. ready to vote for bond to build a Hut when nigger sets down to think! county chanced to meet and fall
municipal ice plant if the weather remains I "bout his troubles, why, he jes nach- conversation about the war. The first mooting of the Bradford I. i
I' County Council of Defense ii
These was held
a hot for another ten days. I erly goes to sleepLife.German men have boys in the army who :Monday afternoon at the office of lIon. + i

fight and perchance die on the battlefields A. V. Long, the county chairman. A i
Many manufacturers who are getting ; censors must be on a vacation of whole-hearted made : : Does not that conclusively prove that suitable sheds |
response was to
war prices for their products, are or is the temper of the people exception
'p endeavoring to hire labor for the operation such that the government does not now II opposed to a cessation as of unalterably the the three call members for the meeting of the, all council but two beingpresent or ;i; for your implements would be a good investment +

i of their plants at "before the dare to suppress free speech with the fighting until :
Germany is
whipped to to hear the chairman explain j RIGHT NOW ? Your farm tools cost money these
war" wage.\ iron hand it used! to apply ? Here is a her knees and the menace of her military the objects of the i

1 German, Captain von Ieerfel, publicly machine is banished from the face them in their organization duties. and Those instruct 1 i days a lot of good hard earned money, and to leave
Don't blame the war for your short demanding punishment of the of the earth. This !
comings. War is h-1, and so are "traitors" who headed the governmentin the whole country same and spirit it pervades present! were: ; ; them in all kinds of weather to deteriorate is surely

of the excuses men have to offer the world into per E. S. Matthews, G. C. Livingston, J.
some 1914 and by plunging vades the United States and not good business If them to
their end army I.. Peek, II. J. Stewart A. A. Durden ; ; management. you want
for their failure to hold up war, brought "shame and dishonor" navy. There will be no until i
o of the burden. on Germany. No German would have' Germany is ready for America peace and Louis H. Hill, A. D. Andrews John | last one third longer, give them a good coat of paint, Ii
i t i Shriver D. E. Knight, Jos. E. Wilson
dared to give expression to such her ,
We note an "nlll' l'll quack and a wholesome sentnments four years, two will be ready to dictate a plenty its by terms.this time She Mrs. R. A. Weeks. i then come in and let us figure out not how much, but i

6 disloyal socialist" are to be tried in Tavares The organization was completed at | HOW LITTLE
? years or even one year ago.- next year. I a good shed will cost you.
Iy i Tampa. Some Combination Tampa Herald. this meeting and is as follows: A. V.I

t Tribune. Some combination, yes, but NEW RULES FOR SALE WHEAT Long, chairman, H. J. Stewart, vice I

';. not an unusual one. The ordinance passed by the council FLOUR chairman, Joseph E. Wilson secretary- '

requires citizens at the sounding of the treasurer.The .
' One bunch of the I. W. W.'s will 6 o'clock whistle to uncover and stand New rules for sale of wheat flour various community chairmen QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO
o for the laws of
a greater respect have
at attention. Many persons do not been published but will not be in as announced in the Telegraph last
f our country after they have finishedserving fully comply with the ordinance, but effect until September 1st. These week, were instructed to go; ahead with
' '
J r their twenty-seven term inprison they are not altogether to blame for rules were received here so late that their community organizations. Headquarters For Building Material
, and paid a fine of $10,000. they cannot be
this. The only publication given to published in the local Briefly stated the duties of the

I 'end d in the subscription for you"foldiet the ordinance was the posting of a paper before next week, but I shall County Council of Defense are to

I boy. In reducing our list subscriptions copy at the city hall. This sort of publication I give a brief summary of them for the guard the interests of the government ,
is a relic of the benighted past information of all concerned.All and to assist in possible all
for soldiers will be given every way j
and we do not believe a ought bakers' bread must contain 20 jl I
the preference. If anyone has to wait to be punished for failure person to )comply per cent wheat substitutes and householders war activities. ++++++++++++< H I H I II I Ml.Ft +++.t"I'II++ftN 4
it must be some of the ho me folks.Requests .
with any law that has not been given are requested to use 20 percent -
publication through recognized mediums wheat substitutes in making -
to Rod Cross knitting
temporarily because of filled of publicity. The ordinance governing making breads.
the driving of automobiles is The mills are to manufacture mixed I
warehouses is the highest compliment
\ f another town law that citizens have (flours, wheat and barley lour, wheat
1\ and a royal crown for Her :Majesty,
,s' ,'" the American woman.-Tumpu Trib been given no opportunity to read. Not nnd corn flour, in the proportion of 4 YOU MAKE MONEYBut
I., f une. a dozen citizens of the town or county of wheat to 1 of barley or corn; wheat
t' know what its provisions are. It is and rye in proportion of :3 to 2. ,

f I '. Uncle Josh says: "Kvery time I hear hardly fair to expect them to abide by The sale and use of these mixed

I a preacher iv'shoutin' his head off it a law that they have had no opportunity flours are to be encouraged by all pub Do YouSAVE

reminds me of an old time phonograph of knowing about.So lic-spirited citizens-consumers us
well dealers.
y -the phonograph\ didn't know whatit as
was saying and neither did the audi- long as the Allies could not save Whole wheat, entire wheat or graham IT?
. a ence." themselves from being overrun by flour requires no substitutes. All
Germany no one could blame the small these mixtures shall be termed! victory

Editor Adams of the Manatee Banner nations adjacent to the great European mixed flours and may be sold

says some day he is going to tell battlefield for maintaining; a neutral without any substitute.
that but it is time Where straight wheat flour is sold
the truth about the people in position now for
town. Funeral services will be held them to "buck up" and quit taking insults at the same time the dealer must sell The time may come when you will wish you had some of the

} the following; day at 3 p. m.-St. Cloud and injuries from the Huns. at least one pound of wheat substitutes money you are frittering away today.It .

Herald. Hereafter if one of these countries to four pounds of wheat flour,
i is if but
to make
easy you up your mind to do
tucks its tail and runs away when and all dealers handling straight flour to.
' I The government asks the newspapersto Germany slaps it in the face Uncle must carry in stock as substitutes, Make the start NOW by opening an account with us.

to "make it hotter than Hades for the Sam should give it to understand that barley flour, corn meal or corn flour.

loafer and part-time worker." Mr. whatever measure of commercial ostracism However, corn meal for use in cornbread

s Sheriff, we bestow the honor upon you. is visited on Germany after should be purchased separatelyand
r See that Uncle Sam is supplied with the war will also be. visited on the not as a wheat substitute.

workmen. "neutral at any- -price" nations._ n_____ "If Other- --P .BIlHaf._-....if.ttta-. which .UA..e .tAft_lets BANK OF STARKEState
I ,
you are not for us you are againstus may carry and! sell with wheat flour
The Telegraph carries a news article ," should henceforth be our policy are koffir flour, milo flour feterita I

", v in this issue showing what occupations toward Spain, Switzerland, Sweden flour and l meal, rice flour, bean flour County and City
; the government classes as non-essen Norway and perhaps others. The participation potato flour, sweet potato flour and r Depository

'. tial. Read this list. If you find yourself of the four countries named buckwheat flour. Rice and grits: are STARKE FLA.
in this bunch, there's only one would be of great value to the allies I not to be wheat flour substitutes. ,

thing to do--get out and get out !n bringing the war to a successfullose. flour may be sold as a Ryt'I
I II !
quick. I If pounds of rye to 3 pounds of
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| Dr. Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic eN B'# + rt i' P # e's . aQ come to them had they not worked REGISTERED: ) :Male hog for service

I for sale only by :Mitchell's Drug Store, f unitedly. and\ faithfully for the success :N.' It. Hull. t

Price ::50c. DON'T:; I.OSK! Ol'K TURN:; rUnder of their Lord's work.

Bits of LocalInformation ---- .. They saw the field white unto theharvest FOR ,\1.E.-- :!OO acres of ]land 100 I'

Mrs Jay S. Brown and daughter, '!' the rulings of the WarIndustries and! together they thrust in tin good head of locution stock cattle school, pair of mules'and: r

I Miss: Hazel who have been spending e' Hoard will hereafter postoltlco
sickle "
we and God! has given them these shipping point 1'. miles. For information -
a while at their Kingsley lake cottage, ..s have to act promptly in the souls for the Muster's: harvest. home see J. ls.: Douglas, fuil-!

i returned this week to their home in matter of discontinuing subscriptions -- ford Fin. ?

Plant City. at their (expiration anti our r tttt + *V 'lt + + + + + + + (
.. .... ..... ... Toni
C.we..4 Oan r. . ..> subscribers *' + LEGAL NOTICES:' fNITICK FOR SALK: 10 about
cautioned to send
.. .... __ are
r. ... .. I. c.... . 0(5(5 Headache Biliousness, .* three and l one-half miles from f
( ( cures in their renewals promptly on re-
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Loss of Appetite, or that tired aching v> ceipt of notice that their time has .* -- '-' -- Starke near the Starke and Lawtey

t...A, feeling, due to Malaria] or Colds. Fine expired. If this is not done it .*. l''UtUlR'TI": : OK AI'IM.ICATKIN'" N OK. .1'HXI'TKK FUR TAX: 4HM.LAWS I>FKI1.: public road. Inquire of J. Poohls,

S. T. Dowling of Ruiford was in 1 :Mr. and :Mrs J. J. Morgan, oBrooker Tonic.Adv.C. may )be that some of our friend .' OK .KI.OK1INotice )\ lU.-: : Burley Ave., Chicago, 111.
I.I4. i I. htrtlty .." Hint( I KV: Miller.purrhnir .
tarke Friday. wt're'isitors to StarkeThursday. H. Wainright, formerly of the will lose their turn anti have to of TUN lrrtiflrntr, No 4rt, dated. !8-9-6t. i
I I'I the Mh tiny l ..r June. A.I III I. Set HlrilHiiiil
wait while to their
n get names \
but in .
Wateroak section living
now ei-rtillCMte In my oiTici* and hm mud
L. E. Jordan was a business visitor Baker county, was in town a few daysago '* rE'lItor'd.'or! the next twelve c np|,lirnti. "n for lax dept to IKHUI In nccottlitnctwith )FOR SALK! -Farm of 217 acres 100
:Mrs. J. :M. Alvarez and Miss Kath *. Inu Sniil. rertlncnlA emliruci'H thi* follow wire
Hampton today.M. months we must keep our circula- acres cleared, under fence, two
d and paid the Telegraph office /I inir tU> crUt>d| property Hituatiil in llmtlfont -
leen Alvarez spent the week-end in pleasant call. -1 tion 15 per cent less than it was County. Florida lo-wll : .. sets buildings, running water in

11. Jordan spent Thursday in the Jacksonville.Mrs. >* for the corresponding month a hr.; fields., Will sell general field crops

metropolis on business. '* This does not .. thence M 159:* ft to u iMint of li'trinntnnthiMicv and l farm implements with place.
year ago. mean
:Mr. and :Mrs. D. E. Knight and sons, K 1 r H ft, thence S to right of way nl
G. C. Livingston, Misses Kate Hollis and Paul Ernest, and J. E. .e of course, that we cannot t take H! S. & F.. railua. thence NW at..",, uniilriuht Lies within three hundred yards ofNew
,066 cures Bilious Fever.-Adv. and Marie Livingston, were shopping new : : '!' of way to liinil of J. 11 ('..lob. them, : I River IItutit111110 7-roomed
subscriptions. Naturally
:Maines, Jr., attended the annual meeting N to .point of beuinninK. in Lake Kutler. SeeHI. +
in Jacksonville Friday. of the Primitive Baptist church nl (* there will )be some who do not rer '1'', n, M. It. in t: house! large lot, seven bearing pecan
and 111'1A.. S. Crews were vis- The Hliitl iHlltl It's NMHeiiHeil at the dHti .r
:Mr. etc '
:Mt.ion Sunday.T. '!' new anWC'- will be able>l to take of the iHHtianre of ouch certilleate in the name I trees in Sturkr; J. ( 1'oppell,
||ors to Jacksonville New shipments of fall hats are be- '.* others to fill their places! of llnkn..w"1"....* HIIII. rertirirnte shall Stark 8-i\>-U. t

of Brooklyn ing received at Knight's Millinery Es- D. ) of Brooker, attending *. Notices' have been mailed to all *' lit iHNlie, redeemed thereon accolilmK on the Irtt to tiny Saw. of till Octolier<.leed Mil A -- - -----x I,
J. S. was a Dynl was .
tablishment.Elsie I) I IS.WitnoMii
# subscribers .
lusmess visitor to Starke Friday. to btisines in Starke Friday. Mr: .' whose time expires my olTlcinl alicnatiire and neat Urn I 1------* Tasteless chill Tonic t
September 1st. Let us have your the J7th day tif Annum. A. n. HUH\ .
Harrison, of Worthington I>yal says he is expecting to gather a .. W. '1'. WKKKS.CSKAI. : . Urrint which ate traimmlttril
Special sale of Ladies Men's and] Thursday in Starke with her sister half crop of cotton from his fields in remittance promptly if you wish I : .1 i Clerk Circuit Colltt, 1I..If..1. to the Mood Iy t Hie Malaria MiMuulto( Price('"-
spent .t'i' County, Moriiln
.ito have
the continued to
[Hoys' Shoes at Cash Department Store Mrs. J. O. Fralick. spite of the boll weevil. paper Its It. A. WEEKS304t. : : -- -- - -
address.( -f .
your "- ivputy Clerk

Full line of fresh garden seed. Cashnd Joe and Leo Canova, who have been Grapes S cents a quart, pick them F . ar NOTIC OP AI'I'LIt'ATIUN FOR TAX IIF.KI1 EDGAR EYES
. , . . .
Carry Store. doing government ,work in Virginia, yourself. Vineyard at Kingsley lake t':%' >KK: SK LAWS<'TION:.OK M OF KI.OKIDA t HAI'TKK: (..$. OpticSftn TestedJACKSONVILLEFLA. I

Jennie Ennis of Tampa is the returned home Sunday afternoon. Baptist church W. W. Carpenter, P Notice I. hereby itiven that J. M. Shaw SrpurrhHHer .. . k 1
:Miss O. Address Route 3 Starke. 8-23-21 of Ta. (Certtocati No 1.HU. tliitvc' I'
nest of her aunt, Mrs. J. W. :Morgan the 3rd day of August A. D. 1U14. has Idled. Broken L.",... Duplicated'
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Willis, of Jacksonville ---- [ Church Notes ]1 Maid, certilleaUi' in my office, and has mailt Sam Day ..* RUleyed *

:Mr. D. C. Jones returned home Monday were guests Tuesday at the As was stated in last week's issue application law for Said tax certificate deed to Inane embraoea in accnrdanetuith the following Wt; $ptitaluA0 Hul W rOHSYTH Order-W aT Pay Postage | S

from week's vacation spent ineorpia. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. of the Telegraph school will open next deMCrttteil. property' situated. In IIr.dr".1 -
County. Floods tn-wil: -- -- -- --
Monday Sept. 2nd. It has been decided IIU'TIST CHURCH North Half\ of I lot 6. S.-a. T, Tp. T, 8 R. 20 III Child
; No Worms a healthy ,
( : 666 cures by removing the cause. though; by the teachers and trustees FL. 40 a...... I I
The said land lirlnu a..emie.1 l at the date. I All children troubled with worint have an tinI -
Miss Matthews spent the that it would be well to give an Fairly good audiences at both services of the iHinmnce of such certillcate In the nameof I h"elhy.l"r. which Indtratrta poor blixxl. and A. a i
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Griffin of Way- when i.:. J. leu said certlllcate shall rule there. la morn nr Intta atoinarh iliaturhaiicr.
n-eck-cnd with relatives and friends inacksonville Ga., were guests last week at preliminary possible last Sunday. There will be services be redeemed .according. to law tax deed will 1 GROVE; : S TASTE:!.FSS rhlll IONIC III.enI"lerly '
[ cross next Saturday to those pupils both morning and evening next issue thereon on the tat day of October. A. for two or three we.ka will eurk-h the hloml Improve ,
I of Mr. and Mrs O. J. Griffin .
the home
I) IttlS.Witnena the tllileatlou, and a..t.. a General.Stretmi h
who failed to be and wish to
promoted invited .
Sunday. The public in cordmly my official ttiicnature and and thir rolnit Tonic to th" whole. ayiilem. Nature will then
Fruit Jars at Cash and Carry Store, enter a higher; grade. The teacherswill to worship with the 27th day of Angled W.A. l n.T. I1IIH WhKKS.SEAL : I l 1, throw nil or dispel. l l'warms.and the (hllil oil! lir

be at the school building and begin us.W.. G. LAW, ( ) Clerk Circuit Court, UrnI for.County In perfect health t'lea'aiil to taka. ddc- prrlxdtln. t
Mrs. Ella Johnson loft after..
:Miss Eloise Godbolt, of Jacksonville,, Friday examinations at 10 o'clock. It is IStrtor.ME'I'llOIIS'I' rlorldaly ,. j.------: -
noon for a month's vacation which K. A : :
MMting at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. hoped that all pupils who faih..dlnll N-ali-,'( Deputy, Clerk.
she will spend in Live Oak, with relalives. ]
f\Vni\ Edwards. desire promotion will be ut the school I : ('II e Hell And a full line of

building that hour. ASS I

Attorney Joe Hill Williams of Lake I School will open Monday morning Preaching bnth morning and nightat C I F-i--iD-- Undertakers' Supplies lt r(

Butler! . was a business visitor to (li-cense the :Methodist church next Sunday.Everybody . ..\iitomobile lieu 1"" "'.
I : nt !9) o'clock with u short program consisting -
|:'t.rk.I, :Monday.. I of devotional exercises and. '' cordially invited to attend Always. on hand. The best sere
i and :Miss Julia Anderson, of the John ..
short talks I by some of the Starke citi! these services." After the good meeting ------- --- - ----- ice ut the lowest price. Special| l '
Holli', Knight has been spending s town section. I WANTKDMM: ( head of clnrkcns ::11
__ zens.Vc hope to have a large number nt ]Hampton( the past r is glad I Ube attention to telegraph orders F
[n, '. i-ral days in Lake Butler with his ut home in Staikc )Let u* cents cash paid for, eggs lush l )epurtnient -
of and friends of the again.
Now is the time to paint up that old patrons l I II.(
:Maines.Men's Store
[find J. E. next Sunday Sam Ittwenberg Registered Embalmer
!! car; doll it up a little and make it school present. It is very important have n fine congregation ___________ ___ u_ _. __ ____
wool and cotton bathingsuit j look like new. We have the auto too for the pupils to begin school as T. L. 7.. BAKU, FOR SAI.K;-Gootl; Meciind-hand: shin DeWITT C.'lONESStarkc :

[ at Stump's.Miss I enamel that will do the work. Juig early at possible in the term and the ---. --- 1'iihtor gles. J. S.Ic".er: near city park, Il Fin. I

Icy Lumber & Supply Co. 830tf. first day is n good time to begin. BOARD Starke. 8-0-lt.:! :! : :t tI
Elizabeth Anderson, of Archer, i I -

|i. visiting at the home of her brother, :Mrs. Charles Larson and little son, FIT.NKRAL OF MR. J. E. SKLEN: :' ii \s RISEN: RKOKGAM/KH: \ ; ; >> FOR SALIJ;-50,000 Klondyke strawberry q

:Mi. Albert Anderson. : Chns. Jr., of Waertown, ore guests at ) .1.)0'I I
plants! $2.50 per 1,000.
The funeral of Mr. John Hwnld Se- The resignation of
: : .
the home of the former's sister, Mrs ,
I I'-cnnett: Lake Butler Ha. H-UO:( ) ft
\V 11. Miner of Jacksonville spentth ]D. E. Knight Il'n. who died Tuesday night, Angus! n member of the Bradford, County \ DAVISARoncy 1 1I
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week-end in Starke with his par- L'Oth:! was held Thursday, afternoon Selection Hoard I has been U"tl..llln.1lIon. 1f
FOR! WALK: 21 head of mules
I good ;;
:Miner.Mi I August 22nd Rev. C. II. :N. l>. Wainwright bus been appointed f i iI
""-. :Mr. und :Mrs. U. 1 II :Mrs. Inn Lyles and little daughter, Abernathy 5 limber carts and linrncsB." G. C, Est. 1886)) 4

I Mildred: of Summit Ga., are guests pastor of the Presbyterian (church of- to fill the vacancy. This slakes Sweat, SUli-ke. 8-2.'Mf.: :! I (

"- irs. L. E. and :M. 11. Jordan and 'nt the home of :Mrs. Lyles' brother ficiating. The interment was: in Crosby two hangeM in the /personnel of the i
W over to (t.unesM board :Mr. F. 1'. Sh.ilfer having been ------- INSURANCE
!! Young motored Mr. O. A. Thrower. cemetery.The FOR SAI.K:.-.1.1 acre farm, I IK acres, OJ
I sunday md pent the day. The Young Trading Company has previously appointed' to till the v \enn-
dc-cpusod wan 26 years. and 5 under cultivation t in the WateronkHi'ctlon.

purchased a large tract of timber from months old lit the time of his death cy made by the resignation of Sheriff I"1.: Normiin Lavvtey t ,

;. : Johns and McDonald: for the purposeof He was born, February 2<>lh, 11'02. irSweden. Epperson.At: ' Fla. H-o-tr.;( STARKE

Fever.-Adv. cutting cross ties. Ho came to Stnrkc six years. :a meeting held Monday aflernoou -
) : J.
the lots reorgani/ed l with
ago with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. was Fl() SAI.K:--Horse, will wagon lull
E Mimi; -., of Lake Butler, is spendingth ; chairman N. l 11. Wninwright.
:Mr. und Mrs. Charles and F. P.hnlf..r: -
i Knsey August Selen. He was n member of( harness. Will. sell for $HO, or" will ,
week with friends in Starke. family returned to their. home in Jacksonville the Lutheran church and was a young secretary and )Dr. .1. I'. Tom- trade for good milk cow Quigley : __-

and :\lil'sIar: Thursday, after a two months' man of fine character. The cause of linsnn, medical officer. Lumber rte Supply Ct. 8-HO: tf M I t M I++++++++++++++++++
T. Godwin -
A. Weeks chief clerk of the
stay at Kingsley lake. his death
was pulmonary hemmorhlJ'e.Of .
gan't Godwin, of Lawtcy. were visi- i board tendered his resignation effective : COMPARISON
near. relatives) the deceased leavesto FOR 8.\I.I--ln: :Marion county several I
in Starke Tuesday afternoon. ;
tor I :Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green have as September 1st, and :Mrs./ Alum
mourn his death his parents Mr acres land; all feneedivl; / We INVU I.; ee ninirlnc.ii| I olhas I
visitors this week Miss Henrietta :McMillan: was elected I chief clerk. :Mrs.
:Miss of Jacksonville and Mrs August Selen a brother. room house;; barn; Home fruit trees; und l (
Rhoda Lagergrcn, ,, to price iiiality, c> our
: Dees of Mayo: Mr.: and Mrs. W. I). McMillan: : has been' assistant clerk) ever : 4
spent Sunday here with her parents Williams of Jacksonville.A Herbert Solon two sisters, Misses: Ol. since the organization of the hoardover suitable for grove, trucking/ farm. tholoe line of

:Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Lagergren. I ga and Gertrude SeU-n. Can make your money "a'klrMt/
is exceptionallywell GROCERIESYou
u year ago and l
summer Kale of ladies and children's The entire community sympathizes qualified for the duties of the year on crop cotton. Also two lots I '

Fresh garden seed at the Cash and : hats. Worth $3 to $4.CO, going with the bereaved family in their chief clerkship.) in Jacksonville, seven hundred and need llirm.--muit have t

Carry Store. for $1.25 to $1.98 at Stump's. great loss. fifty dollars Box 51 1, Worthington, them.

S-- Fla. I After comparing our gouda' and
Col. D. E. Knight spent several days I The United Daughters of the Confederacy DOWLING-STRO.VIAN; :' I prior with others, when you

this week at various points in Columbia I will meet next Wednesday One among the greatest revivals ever FOR SALK-Some young! mules at a KNOW why we I I'u"n /.11.

county on professional business. after noon at four o'clock, at the residence An event of much interest to the held in Bradford county wan heldin bargain. J. C. Manning .Stnrkc. MIKE'S FRUIT JOKEiiiifttttiiii

I of Mrs.! R. A. Weeks. people of Starke occurred in Talla- the Christian church in Graham August I.OST-White and liver colored pointer
:Mr. Morgan Richard, of Jackson. hassee dog; answers to name of "Sly." 4++ i-hf > iiiM t f
Saturday, the 21th inst., at 12-19, 1918.!
ville, was a week-end guest at the I Mrs. T. D. Proctor has as her guest high noon when :Miss Martha Dclle This church has been struggling Finder; will receive reward for Infor- Constipation ,

home of his uncle, !Mr. E. Matthews.: I this week. Miss Agnes :Mnrkom Miss II Stroman became the bride of Mr. Samuel along through many discouragements mation of whereabouts or delivery' For Indigestion . orliiliousness I

Pauline Hatcher andIr.: Herbert! to me. W. I;. Torodo. Lawtey. 8-10-3:
I I II S. Dowling, the impressive ceremony For several years. with no regular (pastor -. Just try ono CO-f.ent 'Iniltlo of LAX-FOS '
W.1. hardware all of Folkston Ga. -- ---- -
: Overstreet, a prominent Hatcher ---
being performed by Rev. S. W. much of the time, but with a small WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive
dealer of Lake Butler, was at- FOR SALK!:-One horse wagon and' t
I Lawler of Trinity Methodist church. mtmber-hip. that were determined to [Uixiitivn iilciisiuit lo luki Mudo and,
tending to business in Sturke Friday. Miss Josephine Brooks who has harness. Will accept( good milk cow'in i
rles. niiiinentli-il, If) tljo publiC by I'uris Medi-
The marriage; took place at the homeof ov..rl'lIn1l'III ohs t "
I been the charming guest!: of Miss: Ella the bride's pllrC'nt"11': and Mrs. W. There were only about forty member trade for the outfit. juigley'' (nncCn ninriiifii'-tiinTs' t of Ln cat ivt, ((roll,)
)6fi cures Chills and Fever.-Adv. :May Long for the past week returned! Lumber & Supply Co. 8-fl-tV! (JIUIUII" out (,rave's" Tuslvless chill Tonic 1
S. !Stroman and was a beautiful quiet and. these were scattered UK is
j Tuesday to her home in Gainesville.; I II
Mi-sra. Louis II. Hill and J. T. home wedding) only the immediate usual with n country ('hur'h.hout

:Moore two of Lawtey's prominent I 66G contains no alcohol arsenic nor family being present. j a year ago they culled W. T. McGuire: ; I\'I-ICSl'1'Y: OF FI.fHUII.FI.OIIIII)|{ \ STATK: ('OLL@G: ; .; j

;'...tl1I'1' men, were in Starke :Monday. other' poisonous drugs.-Adv. The bride was lovely in n coat suit' of Pt lutkmi: lit their pastor and under < lill<>HvilllMilitjiry > I I (Sit \VOMi\: ,
his able, leadership the church took on Triiining IJnd..rrmy Stilt)/ rs 'l'allahsssce"
----- of dark green taffeta trimmed with I I I ounx in Arts and Hrl.."...., AKriculliin- ,ivil .1 Mud, nil. fem ill Klorldil' r.ninli.,* and, I 17 .
:Mrs. E. W. Harris and little son, gold with white crepe de chine blouse, new lif". A ceiling was (put .in thechurch i 'L.,..rrursl. f-.lerlrieal: and Mecrhanieal. IoI': i > I '> M, Jntal U6I Incliiilinx. Summer
Mr. of Jackson- .
Susan Voorhecs Billy of Jacksonville, accompanied by I I liuilding, und "began work toward "..nni. I...... 'leiiflhera. Colleice 'lullioii I fi,.' .-ell..1. .( and :Short Coume Wrlt..1 ono* fur I
\ '1111'. several days here last week hat and other accessories of white ', v, nI fur (ataloir, t
spent :Miss Anita Wills the week-end, the. work that has just "l"l"l\VAUI ,
spent great
A.IIJItI'I"UI; : .
PrcHlili-nl. ; ) ('O'l: U.\lH. I'rfMiilrnt. 1
I'"ting her niece :Mrs G. C. Livingston :Mr. Howling is from Troy, Ala., and
at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. 1 been an omplished. On. Aug. 12, :Mr. fl'
for the four has been
past years connected .
Wills. :McGuire; began, meeting,\' and, up un- "1
] with the Bradford County High i
'I til Saturday August in, eight people
Geo. White came down from Jack- Rufus Tatum who is employed by School two years as first assistant I had been added to the church in the STRETCH THE PROTECTING HANDof
sonville Sunday and spent the day 'and two years as principal. He is a i I
1 the American Express Company in first four days. On Saturday Auir.
with his parents11': and Mrs. J. W. ( finely educated gentleman of splendid
the weekend herewith from I
Jacksonville John
spent 16, Rev. Mullady came over
White. I' character, and Starke Is fortunate In
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. having him for principal and his wife Hampton( to assist with the meeting insurance ",..-,- the wife and lit- i

Dr. Powell's Chill and, Fever Tonic Tatum.Mr. as assistant in the high school for the He preached Saturday night Sunday tle ones f'uirli-ss/ of disaster us
and night und ;Monday night
for sale :Mitchell's Drug Store. term of 19119. morning you /be yourself, have
only by may you no
Paul J. Carrin and :Mrs Sallie with nineteen additions in the three ,.

Price 30c. I I Carter, of Gainesville wore married The bride was born and reared In nh ht". Mr.: Mullady'x work ni state right to .Kubjeit' them to it. They

Tuesday at the home of Judge W. F. Tallahassee being a graduate of the Food inspector prevented his staying t are vmrs' to "love, (cherish. guard
Mrs Sam Rosenberg and little the the Woman's College in that city and for and ;Mr. McGuire; j
I I :Malphurs, judge performing with UH. any longer, 1. and ,pr'.r..t. rn..url1nelltfurtl"", the
daughter have returned home, after a ceremony. the past two years! has belonged to the carried the meeting on having u full r
month's visit in New York City with faculty' of the Bradford County High louse every night Saturday August )n. and sure protection. Have ja
relatives. I I ;Miss Eva Powell who has been School. She U noted for her gentle refinement ZJ 1, Mr Mullady returned for the ore f 'Wel't 9 i i >ue I t

'I spending!: several weeks at the home of and lovable ..disposition and I linance of baptism preached that *,tv. morrow

:Mrs Nelle Hughes returned home her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. S. since coming here has made many light and three more took fellowship lute

last week after a lengthy visit with Powell, returned Wednesday to Newton 'riends. with the church. This makes thirtynew 1 I ( night.
relatives in Sylvania Ga. Atlanta and N. C. Following the ceremony an elegant members all adults men and vAyaab ,

other places. I I ,' dinner! was served and immediatelyafter j I women that will make the Graham FLORIDA'f

Rev. A. J. Futch of Live Oak who the bride and groom left for' Christian church one of the strongest E.

Mr. V. F. Manning and family will I is visiting his cousin, Mr. L. C. Futch Starke, where they are at home to I In the county and give new strength JOS.

leave Saturday for Baltimore Md.''of the Raiford section was a visitor their friends at :Mrs. Stewart's private to the Lord's work throughout the
where Mr. Manning will resume his boarding house North Walnuts'
I Ito Starke Tuesday. Mr. Futch'a last on state.

work in that city. visit to Starke was In the year 1866 street. I I The membership have caught a new I STARKE

will I soon after the close of the Civil War. All join in wishing Mr. and Mrs. vision of service and they and their
Our line of Palm Beach suits had been founded few all the and faithful are thanking Gal l for
The town only a lowling joys a minimum 1 pastor
be closed out at very prices. oIl I ...
I that could not have _,
Stump'i. years at that time. the trials of married life. this great blessing! ,\


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Q'(4' 4 Bradford County Farmers '::1'l i News Notes Of The County]

I I :Mr J. W. Batten, of Jacksonville, Is visitor at he home of :IIid',
. . generally good, which ready> started us on placing the tubirsin NEW I \I(
11 .n !> %0 . . . !' market it was will RIVER't spending) a few flay here with relatives W. Stokes over Sunday
-tiibhshed. the fact that there is no a moist worm soil germination I
P l i to its adaption to begin almost immediately. It is, however New River, : :\[. I i, und friends. :Mrs Nancy Britt, of :\1111 .

1 <, COUNTY ,U.K.MS' REPORTS: further I Florida conditions question an and toils a waste of time to plant Irish I'arker of Lake Butler, was visiting !I :Master Roy Tillis returned, to his :Mrs. Truby Wainright sad<1 ,,, ,,,: i

tr "i New River Sunday. home near Starke Thursday after several He.lbronn Springs, wen ,, ,
white san.lyland w i .
indicate that potatoes/ on high, dry, I I '
. results
., The planting
o'Y '
<$, < > !' Y > 4 the spring crop is usually the most unless it can, be well fertilized :Mrs.\ M. J. Sapp, of days' visit here at of :MrI\ I 1..II"a, W".t*
1.| spent Sunday with relatives here, returning Mr, and Mrs. S. B. Woodard. head Sunday.
the and irrigated
t of this profitable because it tomes on
r Broward County-Farmers home Monday. Mr. W. :M. Brown was among the School opened at Lawt,, ,
Ia helping. solve this labor market when there is a greater demand ,\ \1 'n"'(',
county are and it ; VAN=" DFRIilI.TVanderbilt Mr. R. J. Turner was a business visitor visitors to Starke Saturday. morning, parents, teacher arts, ,
Several the as .
I tiactois., for new potatoes 'no
problem by buying to Lake Butler Saturday after Friday night a little "wisterferca- ars making a large gath, 1:
cool weather plant does best dur- i rmK.. ,I'''
i :
is a h
have been 1 bought 28. Mr. f'. :M. at the home olMr. auditorium for
ing the cooler months of the year. Aug. tion" party was I chapel ser\ II", ,, ann;,;
h I Ill fall' Norman and son, Levy, were visitorsto noon.Messrs.. J. J. Thomas and E. A. Sapp : and Mrs Ed Dees near Starke, in were conducted by Rev Alfr
Putnam County-A sum of $150 was However, no one should plant a ''J j irs,
F small Starke Saturday.Mr. were transacting busines sin Starke honor of their son, Charles, who( left den, after which Rev. H.-tuj", ,,,
appropriated by the board of county garden without at least a plat ?, \\Ir.
commissioners for a county exhibit at of Irish potatoes For the middle : Raymond Norman left Mondayfor Saturday morning. :Monday for Camp Jackson, where he T. J. Terry, Rev. Overstn,..?I .,,?, p. .
of Florida the tho training camp to enter lIe..vil'eof There was a pilau supper at the will enter training. There was quitea fessor Blackburn spoke :Sit, 'I'n|
'A thu State Irnir.Luke and northern portions "
y I plantings should be done before the Untie Sam home of :Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Turner crowd present and among those who Prof. Blackburn being par-, .i!. ,:'. a,
: :Mrs. Warren Bloodsworthspent in honor of \Ir.:\ here :Mrs Janie Cox timistic .
County-Castor bean outlook middle, of September; if deferred until Mr. and Saturday night given: wont from were concerning the fut; .'. ( '1Jt
I frost Saturday. night with :\11". and Ethan A .Sapp who has been (,1I11edfor and, Miss :Minnie llagan. school.
low in this the
1, good, ; cotton a little average later than probability
' d yield: thus far Cotton p> I :Messrs. I.NIConnl'r/ and Rufus Alvarez present and enjoyed themselves night and Sunday at Hampton ; home ten
;6 der war pith-fuckers receiving two to I make the crop uncertain/ A. 1'. j Saturday on a days vacuti', ","j j I
while''' divis- I attended church at Rising Sun to the fullest extent. guests of Mrs. Biown's parents,, viding her time between 'tl''., ;
pt four cents, according to< locality, Spenser, vice director extension .,rd
v, r states that :Mrs. A. I n. Connor and children, Mr. and :Mrs. Cnbbs. Jacksonville.
7 some are paid by the day. ion University of Florida day.Mr.
I I in the northwest portion of Florida and :Mrs S. J. Norman and Lula :Mae and Adron, of Hastings, Mr. John Hall spent Sunday at Mrs Essie Vetzel Can, "r r.c

1 llrevard: (County The proposition, farmers will find it advisable to plant daughter, Peculla, attended church at are viiitinf relatives and friends her Brooklyn.Mr. Tampa last week and -P'I", ., '.1

1 for tick eradication tarried by a good in August This gives !90 days before Ha i ford Sunday. for u few days. Mrs. Connor came' to : Bon Hall went to Jacksonville pleasant days with !Miss E'm"', , f finn. I'' .

e9'y majority in this county. Some vats the first frosts generally; appear and Messrs. Raymond and Levy Norman visit her brother Ethan A. Sapp, before Tuesday, where he expects to secure .

I ', are already in service. Citrus pros- I an assurance! of a fairly good, crop. and sisters, Misses \Dora and I.ottie, leaving for the army. employment.Mr. Rev. Alfred Evenden WII.1, I, ., noel

b .it peas for the coming season are good For fall planting one should exer-. :Miss Nellie Hooks attended church at :Mr.\ and Mrs. Roy Roberts, of the Tate Kite of Starke, was motoring visitor in Jacksonville Tut>*'lax.

J) ::1 I'. O. B. Bales at $2 and better are being rise care in selecting the soil. The ( Rising Thursday night Vanderbilt section, attended church at around in our burg Sunday afternoon Mr. J. D. Randall has bun, ,; ,, .erj

'I made. white sandy lands that have little or Mr. and Mrs R. G. Norman gave an Loner Bridge Sunday. for a few days, having been. ,drdt i, ) ?

no humus and are very sensitive to ice cream supper Saturday night in :Mrs M. L. Newsom, of Mulberry, Sunday school at four o'clock every Washington on war busine, ""f( |im

r ,4 Lee County-The Egyptian wheat drought are. not suitable for the fall honor of their son, who left Mondayfor is visiting her parents, Mr. and 1\Irs. Sunday afternoon. Everyone cordially portance. He Is expected home tudiy

: crop is showing up well. One farmer crop.' If one has a dark soil with a the camps. A large crowd attended B. J. Sapp, for a few days. invited to attend. !Messrs. Butler Blunt'hard. A H.

., planted a pound of seed and harvested fair amount of moisture he can expect and enjoyed the supper. Miss Fronie Rivers, of Brooker, is Mr. S. R. Swindel has has new dwel- Harley and Solomon Cline were \a\\

200 pounds. This is a new crop and B crop that will give on the average Remember Sunday school at Emun'l(I spending a few days at New River. ling completed and has moved his fam- tors at their homes in Lawtev 'eta!
good returns. uel every Sunday at 3:30 Remember, prayer meeting every ily in. Another nice building added to Sunday.Rev. .

product'1 The planting should be as near level erybody invited to come and bu! with Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the our little town.A G. W. Henderson.. here aid!

1 as possible to admit frequent culti- us. home of Mr. and Sirs W. T. Turner. party composed of !Messrs. J. V. filled his regular appointment at tkiM. .

t stubbles sprout and make a second vation. The seed should be planted 3 Messrs. Levy Norman and Leon Con Jones, of Hampton and J. P. King/ and E. church, South Sunday morsel

crop as good as the first.lktfy" or 4 inches deep. While no very extensive ner attended church at Raiford Sun- THERESSA NOTES daughters, Mrs. J. D. Guilfolye and and evening

experiments have been madeit day night. daughter; Florence, Mrs D. IT. Binum !Mrs Truby Willis and her newar.
Theressa Aug. 27.-Friday night a
I. \. GREAT LOSSES FROM PESTS is generally conceded that the small Messrs. Dan Johnson, of Raiford, pound party was given at the home of and little niece, Mildred Rawls, motored rival are reported doing splendidly! ,

I I'' rodent potatoes from the spring crop are the and Levy Norman attended church at Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindel. All of out to Lake Side Sunday afternoonto They now live in town, :Mr Willis "110
The annual loss from posts
r ,wl I J, the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Collins in the butcher
xi: in this country runs into hundreds of most likely to give the best returns. Swift Creek, Sunday. Theressa was present and several gaging business.

dtnW rtL4 millions of dollars, according/! the Disappointment in a good stand from Rev. Larramore will fill his appoint games were played. Then they were I I after some grapes. ,I Special first Sunday in the month
; : the fall have been caused by Mr. Ernest Coleman, of Starke, accompanied patriotic services
are announced (for
investigations and estimates of ex- crop may ment at the Vanderbilt Baptist church invited to the dining room, where a
planting potatoes that would the State Marketing Dui Saturday night and Sunday. delicious supper was served, after I
perts, says
sprout. Not all of the potatoes cacrieil which the folks went back into Edith Collins, of Lake Side, were I church, with special sermon by Ret
time for young
reau. This! is no wastage I
4L h: t i Two. over from the spring crop will GROWING HOGS the yard and played several more pleasant visitors in our burg Sunday. t Alfred Evenden. Subject, "\\henWil\\ !l
of prevented.
0 possible being sprout. There is, however, usually For a hog to be profitable, he mustbe afternoon. I Peace Come to the Nation of the
late hour the
f and and at a guest
thirds of the damage; to crops from birth to marketing /games /
I kept growing Mrs. and :Miss Annie Hagan, "
enough in a stock left over that can Earth. Everybody welcome.
: Ir foods and fabrics! in this country is due age.; He cannot be profitable departed, thanking their host and hOS-
J4lp be selected with sprouts already start- ] of Brooklyn, were visitors here Sun- Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith
to rats and mice. unless he is healthy. He can alwaysbe tess for the nice time. I pent
4 The U. S. Bureau of Biological Survey ed; these if picked out are almost sure in a profit-producing condition if :'Ill". and Mrs. Willie Sloan and children day, guests of relatives and friend Sunday at Kingsley lake with reil.I .
t fair ho fed B. A. log Powder.We Among those who attended
has developed effective methods to !grow off rapidly and produce a is of Graham, were visitors Saturday prayer lives,
e. stand, but this fact being neglected is positively tell you that this remedy night and Sunday at the home of meeting here Wednesday night; from I Mr. and Mrs. J. II. :Moon anpi'j" ,
I for destroying many of these rodent prevents cholera, removes worms
X43 f' pests, and the' U. S. Department oft one of the main reason for poor stands and cures thumps. If the powder :Mr and I Mrs: S. B. Woodard. Brooklyn were Capt. Heiberger and i ding a few weeks with rilutnimd
of fall potatoes. It is not even will. Sold children and :Mrs. Clovcrscttle and friends in Alabama and Teo--
does by
Agriculture, Washington, D. C., has grown not make good, we Mr.: S. B. WoodarJ and sons, Henry u
issued: Fanners'" Bulletins 3fii, 583, necessary to preserve the sprouts ai-I K. S. Johns.-Adv. and Samuel, were visitors to Starke children. I Mr. and :Mrs. J. B. Dye" l ,1.1: r.
Messrs.V.. G. Sl'all1. of Hampton,
ville, spent Lawiix 'hI
Sund.iy in i-
((570, 702, 8:((2, and. 8!>.1, devoted to rats,, Saturday t
I and H. 1\f. King went out on Smith home of Mr. and :Mrs A. :\1. BI.r"mt' > ':,
;! Mr. II. S. Roebuck was a business I "
p ,mite, moles and rabbits while No. !\1\2
lake one day last week for a day or :Mr. Louis Clark, of11t.111"I": . ..
el r covers in ti general way all of the rodent visitor to l.awtl'Y Wednesday.Mrs. < "
two of fishing They report hllvinltlood ited relatives in I I. '
I farm. These bulletins : J D and daughter : and near i :
pests! of the Guilfoyle '
luck offish
t / in catching plenty week.

rNk m MT. arc sent free. .on application Important Legislation in the Florence father11": .of J. Oeal.i P. King., are visiting her :Mr. and, :Mrs. K. A. Games are at I Rl'v.V.. L. Overstreet ut.i n ,' '.

d''f' / Hope Hall at present. Mrs. Gaines ,ling business in Jacksonxil, ,' :*-
PLANT n'n:: United Stale Affecting
I. Quite number of our young folks will be remembered), as :Miss Ruby ', last week.
I Women andChildren attcndod the party at the home of :'oIl". Bennett. .
An increased acreage of rye should I :Mr. M. L. Loadholtz wa-.I> r
SJaa0p'b'o and Mrs.I Everett Clirk one night las
be "planted this fall in order. to supply w eekMr. Daisy and Cecil Moore are going to to Starke Sunday.

' i the great Recd of winter pastures to Uf attend sl'hoolllt Sturke this )'ellr. I :Misses Helen and Kathlcxi :M : I
owcct : W. W. Packhnm was n visitor to
curry the livestock through in good Jh 1 a 'vuaSnO? , I I.awteyVellnl'lIday.. :Mrs. J. II :Moore. of Staike spent a of Rodman, are spending a i i t. i i n
condition at a small expense. a ro I Mr: s. n.Voolurtl was a business few days here recently with her son, I in Lawtey, guests of then "r .n:

i According to S. W Hmtt, Iistrtct D. W. :Moore daunt, :Mr.. and :Mrs A. :M HIIM. ,' ,'-
r vl it"r to Waldo Thursday. .
; I Agent West Florida" rye can be grownon AtttO"' 4e. Mrs: R. R. Burrows and son, Willie It seems as though the young peopleof Clark of Worthing! "'i -' ,zv

almost any of the well drained' soils of Staike spent Saturday night and this community intend to have their WIIS'i8itlng in and near I I"i \ >ilt t tI

of the state It often produces! a profitable WHIT* Sunday at the home of Mr.: nnd1..11.; . share of pleasure and enjoyment.Quito . I week. .
on light sandy lands where a :'olissVilmer Blanch.! ""i 'Id
crop II MOs! 1itDtcAT1GOOD
S B. Woodard. I a number of folks in this sec-
oats and other small grain fail. last week from Rodman > "
crops Miss Iiln. is spending' several ; tion have leen
teCIILATION! llagnn quite sick with li-
thl"W : On our soils it will make a better I : spent some time with relnl-! "
days in Jacksonville.Mr. grippe. _
-k growth than wheat or nuts but should tLACX STACtt POOH OH .TO LEGISLATION --
: Roebuck visitor to
.t II, S. was I
M j{ not I he planted on low wet lands flUI>- the county seat Saturday. L.\>\ TEY Diarrhoea Quickly. Cured"I
< + jet't to overflow. or where. water stands .1 have been in the practice ""I f med.
)Ir. Brince Tillis, of Starke spent -
f : after rains. I Stow ao left ... full aufian eMM. TW drhvatiau. voted 27. The icine for forty years," wnti, I IIr> D,
Wednesday night at the home of Mr I.llwtey, Aug. ladies aid!
..Iodl" Imo tile Federal Sulr_ Amcodmoil in tha.Hoiua on I t to
Wherever the .
y pl'nnuts1'1'1' grown of the :M. E. church A. Post, Barnwel.1, S. C, I ime
January and :Mrs S. Woodard.. He left :Mon met on Thursdayat
farmers have an opportunity to plant I I0then nicM am, anti t1is* Mate Thw deky.nm. lay for Camp ,Jackson where he will! the home of :Mrs. Louis II Hill and I this place last March, havinit P pur-'

I; rye for early pasture at a small (cost .ihflr voted lolidty irfiul the tmn us the only preparation needed for : two vow In .,. fivor M,. Clark ol Florida maintain*! In tha here nto it
:\11" Ben Hall business visitorto regular semi-monthly business. am preparing to nit
Hauls January II). tkat FTomfc tad u mod la for ooaien aodchildran was a i meeting I
making a seed bed for rye will be to .0 any Mala" In tha Unam. Loud .. Fkndaldnti I Starke Tuesday.Mrs. I was opened at 3:30: with :Mrs. J. II. and shall practice there. I ml. .lIs1',

thoroughly disk and harrow the land :Moore in the chair rhoea prevalent, in fact Iw im' al'
I : Cribbs and children, of Hampton and there was a
btforo, I InduMrUI Wdhn c-' OMICoi -- ,' dChamberlain's '
; seeding. Where the Itiml must! _la ntvUto aram ... were visitors here Saturday, the brief l> devotional service preceding it. fected with it myself, saw a i "' "

''V bo plowed follow with a spike toothhar..ow ... -... vi d,E.cht to ... the .i w i guests of her daughter, :Mrs. Wilmo The latter part of the afternoon was Colic and Inirrhoel

d to secure a line, mellow top w-wMle.\ 1 MI._..... _.. Brown. given over to the social session. and Remedy, bought a small l bottle Intl,'! "

d soil; this will conserve the moisture J 0014 a..a--'d Oats M....he.. conversation is good."-Adv.
eau rw.eG.ekd :Mrs Richard Clark, of New River, during which the ladies :
,, I and, Insure better germination of the _.etw detw J E4uoI p.Awlur '
food. ....... oIIowod W .A..1.. err. 1 II y.a.pwww is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Busied themselves in the work of
..wk. et.h ..... to n.Aw W. M. Brown. ng blocks for a patchwork quilt Piec'I' The Commonest Generosity"

Inll'I'tlinl: much better result, will dada..M. ,rw.or-wwe..k. y I.. w Pwiddn aka ..4rrhdeh. Mrs. Chas. Underhill, of Lulupent are making/ :Mrs. Hill served her Some men are not only <, ="r/

be obtained by using: a grain drill than > several days here recently with guests with fruit jello and delicious the devil his due but tli \ ''J:

I by any other method ; however, where Natal rhtfcar. llBnou nor any ol Ox Victory Stauaall4lfla relatives. cake. Everyone present had adding a fat bonus ll I i !. Ir
larludad aa a fun oWl..... Man in <4>art analyau ) a who poor-
drill is finds collect!
f f a not available', the seed may :\11". and Mrs. Frank Sullivan, ofOa.tona. did time and spoke in praise of :\lrs.1 usually

j 1 br brolldl'lIstl'Ilan,1, disked or plowed in are visiting his father, Mr. Hill for her hospitality.Mr. Houston Post.Grove's -

I with fairly good results.! -- - -- ----- - Sullivan S. A. Williams. of Jacksonville TonI'

} 1 It will be udvisithlo, ) on most soils to We are glad to report Mr. Will on-in-law to :Mr. G. W Stokes, was 'I Tasteless' chill *

}i apply broadcast :JOO! to 400) pounds of i| Jones as able to be up again, aftereveral a guest at he Stokes home Sunday. rlchind restores! the vitality blood.and You energy cao by ice purlfyl'S.l "*<*';*

acid phosphate per aim On very poor -% days' illness. Mr. \V. M.: Stokes was a welcome' ruing lavUaritlna/ / Effect. Price 60o.

land an application of stable manure II. :Woodard spent Saturday at -

or cotton seed meal should be made In Starke with relatives.

addition to the phosphate :Mr. R. R. Burrows motored over to -

4 Tlu varieties of rye best nd.tptnl to :Mr. and :Mrs. S. Woodard Sunday T JOHN. B. STETSON UNIVERSITY

Florida conditions are the< n'h"rn' afternoon. He was accompanied by :

and Atiruz/i'n rye. Where grown tot. Henry Woodard. On his return to : '

pasture and seeded with a dull. n Clarke he was accompanied by his IIMOIN Bl'LlEY, Ph. D..lltr. D., L. 1. D., President

4 pecks of seed per acre is enough' : if wire and little !son Willie. DeLand Florida

broadcasted from f> to R pecks should Prayer meeting e'eryVednesdny

I be used; if planted for a grain trop --i, "1L\ night at eight o'clock Everybody invited Send now for a catalog

t about one-fourth less, need is sufficientRye to attend. TilE GR\DUATE
DEl.\ of Mnster of Art" and' Science.TII .
may be planted almost ony time 1 11 Sunday a party composed of :Mrs. J. COLLEGE OF LIDER.H. ARTS FOR MEN-Twcnty d.p.rtment ,

from the 1st of September until the E.: Owsley and (children Mrs. Chas. I TilE C'OLI.EGf OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEN-Woman dc.n at-P.rat I '

last of November. Cox and children, :Mrs. John Phillips tori MI.
lit I anti Charlie, the out THE COLLEGE OF 1.\W-G.lua'H practice( In Florid without ax.mln.t" -
son, spent day on I
Hog raisers pupoemlly should havea
/ seas.. TilE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING-Coumo. ....
I lake. dinner In En"ln...rln" I lending to degr
Crystal They spread and
sufficient, acreage planted, this fall to TilE COLLEGE FOR TE.\CUERS-Eoprcl.lI" for Florida ?,.?.?.
supply their herds with succulent winter served" ice cream and later went in for TilE COLLEGE OF BUSIVESSJ.nkln, Book.k...pnir. Shorthand Tl-P-wr" ':
feed. n swim. The day was thoroughly en- THE ,vr.tnpMV-n"-".".a for all hlnh-Kra.l., Colleges.,

---- ;Toyed by all. THE SCHOOl. OF MECHANIC ARTS-F.r boy. and young men.

FALL 'LASTING: OK :Mrs. P. H. Binum and niece :Mildred THE THE SCHOOL SCHOOL OF OF MUSIC-Piano.FINE ARTS.SPECIAL pipe organ. violin. voice harmony chow -,'"

HUSH POTVTOES Raules of Port St. Joe, are visitingher I ATTENTION IS CALLED TO

father, :Mr. J. P. Kinp- I. The Preliminary Course In Alrrlcultu.o'.ny.. Biology, Onr.nia and InontarIc

j These past two years have demonstrated :Messrs. S. Woodarel and R. :M. Chemistry qualitative .nd quantitative analyaia. Acrieultural. Ch.metnMineralogy "

i beyond all question that the King went to Jal'ksonvi11eIonday.: Ccolniry &..
) I .Oty 2. Th. Pra-Modlcal Courw- Phy.lolo. Hutton'
t Irish potato Is u staple crop in Flor r 1a Mr. Woodard will be on duty again at Zoology Oolan,. General Chamiatry Blolouy Inorganic.Anatomy Chamlatry.B.eUrlolo Organle. Ch.matry "' ; .

ida. From the extreme west to the IW a..w 1 Merrill-Stevens shipyard. I Qualitative and Quantitative Chtraiatry. Phyale..

1 most southern parts of Florida Irish Quite a crowd of folks'! from Lake : 8. The Coun. for Rcldrloo. Work.ra-In. Biblical Literature History Engliah ro,'

\ potatoes were grown last spring; and City are spending a while on Crystal II, chol""" ". Pedagogy Ethlea. Login and Thelam.

while the crop met with unfavorable I| ME TOO. UNCLE lake enjoying fishing and bathing. ='-'"
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I' ment for its crimes, with a financial fears be entertained on that score It (I I friends to come Ho will cuter to all U.\NKS1:.; \'ON:" IIIW f
is confidently believed that Roberta Gn; ,. Jan. 21 1917. f
indemnity which would! restore to the 100,000 their needs. ,
, | Why Germany Should Be Made to nations robbed and looted the financialcost delegates and visitors will attend this I I Ample provision will l>>o made for Old\ J Kentucky Paduuih Vfg.Hy.leiitlfiiu Co., ',

of saving civilization from destruction reunion, and that it will be one of the the annual reunion balls. Special 1 effort ( 'n1 "
the Cost of the War All Allies
Pay to best reunions. ever held. will be put forth by the society A Mr. Will Waihti-r of thin. county \ '
Against such n punishment as here Arrangement have been made to element in Tulsa to make the many had some hogs that were down with s 4t ,
weak-minded! spineless, care, free of charge, for from 0,000to iholcrn and hail given up nil hope ofraving }'
outlined social features
of the
THAN every reunion doubly them and would) f
influencedby 10,000'I'1I'rans. They will be
moral coward, who can be provided attractive.19'esident. penny on them. I gave him ono15lb.
THE SOUTH HAD TO BEAR AFTER 1865 pro-Germanism, will protest, while sleeping quarters in the new, Wilson has of l pail of your It. A, 'Ihomiis' Hog l
[' every pacifist, which is but another airy, specious ",'hO\llmillings of Tul- the f Approved I I'ouiU-r and ho has just ,'...nin andpaid
holding << this reunion a
as example -
'- II'I for co-worker with all of the su. These" buildings arc of brick out me for it (and advises that everyone
of de name a ill of patriotism while the nation ,: of his sick hogs got well and that
\ ',1' four years criminal acts of Germany and every story height and have ample toiletfacilities. I
is at war. Director-General McAdoo he hiiil. killed tlt'11unci\ now has (them
||ju'dt: ', overwhelming odds, pro-German throughout the world, Free street car tickets will promises the committeeample rail- in his smoke house and that they
|o increase its armies to : would oppose it, through; the pulpit, be provided for all Confederate vet facilities, and has authorized were ns fine as any he had killed thisjvur. r .
wny !
n t
im-,fourth of the opposing through the and through politics, erans. .
press rate of one cent a mile each way t 1 want to ink! that he said! that his
collapsed, and Ample bedding has
work : already arrivedin
onfederacy wherever pro-GermanUm could n'nfl'l"rute'etl'runA down sick that ho
Sons of Con federate hogs were and so 1
arched victoriously into its malign: influence by the power of Tulsa. It is all new, having been Veterans and their families. had! to prictln'ir mouths open .mind
luring that four years of money or the power of psychology; or purchased at the factory for this oc- i hut wife poured the powder their
m South was completely cut mental suggestion or hypnotism. casion. These guests will lw served The Tulsa reunion, therefore, is an throutx..
with the three mealc n lay at largo niHUied SUCCORS, and it i U the earnest' Pit-axe find! a check in full of my account -
ill intercourse Germany has proven itself to be the a mess hall
'v gen, as well as from the blackest criminal in all human history; and E. A. Pickens, who has catered desire! of the Reunion Committee that, beg to mill remain with, kindest regards, wo

.t! by land. It was shut up its crimes have been beyond the power successfully to so many reunions in the a record! breaking ntetndnncc shall be ours very truly
iii, within itself; it had made of words to express, and from the beginning past, I is in Tulsa waiting for hill old certain in advance.! ItANKSTON liROS.. v

ration for war; it had to of the war has been a definite _Sold_l by___R__, _S n_, ,
Ight a government and an : long-planned attempt to conquer and June.Adv.t
fiscal system; it had to loot the world.Practically I
ruustries needed for the all Germans, from thosewho m

ar supplies-practically frit on the throne to the peasant, res
mdation up. Every port the whole German race with only here
h i,apeake Bay to the border ( and there u shining exception, is guilty
Vxico was blockaded. I II and punishment should be meted
I FI four years, despite these out to such criminals. Mercy to them s
nil> insurmountable would be a crime against civilization *
outh with an army of about I I and a disgrace to the memory of everyman Tell The KaiserBY
s the, total number engaged i who haM died in the fight of civil-
;he war fought against i ization against barbarism.It i
;ime- as great in number, I is almost a reflection upon the
[lie tremendous resources in I army of the Confederacy and the sup
Foodstuffs, in munition-making erb heroes of that struggle!: to use the
'es of the Union, which had I utter poverty of the South in 1805 and LLOYD T. BINFORD, EMI'
lerce of the world open to it. the fearful losses incurred, even for i
vel', the sentiment 'of a large the purpose of contrasting the conditions Germany wants to know what the United States is fighting for. r{ II'V
world was in favor of the then with those in
.no prevailing
,'cause civilization had Germany, as a reason why Germany She thinks the sinking of neutural ships without warning isn't enough to bring us in. .

oath of slavery, and slavery, could bear the burden of financial indemnity All right let's tell her !
lot the main issue, was one of which we have suggested, and
nt ,issues involved. which we insist is only a reasonable Were going to fight for outraged women !

When the war ended the price to make Germany pay for its We're going to fight for crucified nuns I .,
st all of the capital which it I imes.
,ted in slavery, just as I l'nlUnl"hl'tlcrime begets new crime, \Ve\- going to fight for little children with hands and arms missing I IWe're
tions, had invested their and an unbeaten unpunished Germany
going to fight for namelessly mutilated soldiers I
itoikand bonds. For four would Noon beget new wars and more t

ad 'icin, drained to maintain l horrors through the years to come. \V c're going to fight: for innocent thousands strewn upon the bottom of time sea I
ine 'until there was nothing Germany; should be penalized into financial -
h',11..w'!. ihell, which crumbled and military weakness for at \,'("re' going to fight. for Bdgium---oulragcJ and desecrated as no nation in the previous f

hen, once the "far-flung ;\ I least fifty years to come, and thru ifs history of the world has ever been: '
.. of thin streak, would he all too mild. Fl
in. a gray punishment
has We're going to fight for France---that magnificent nation of hL'wes..Ilt.J while defending
mm. to Texas, gave way. The American Il.f"IHodely
("r i, this struggle the South now adopted the suggestion/ first madein civilization: against the power of the Beast I IWe're
been invested in the Manufacturers\ Record of August i t
Jia> hud ,
nth. rrrntion of a system / 1 that Germany should hi compelled going to fight for England---which chose the path of honor black-tinted with despair '

upon' ' whih its prosperity had 1 to repudiate its entire bonded --.when the little nation she had sworn lo defend) was set upon as by a wild Least 1 1We
|)a going to fight for h'lly---which took ihe of the of
re cause Right against power ,
i. ,mil hv the Confederate for the war. 'I his would put Germanyin up i
ment and during four years a position to meet the I enormous indemnities \\ rong-.terrible though she knew the cost must be I I'e'rc

thi carrying. on of the war and, : that must be imported upon \\ going to fight in defense of those principles, of human liberty which were laid 4
th trade. which went on at and it would\ be n most successful way
a t,' tJll' of capital invested to punish the entire people for their down nineteen centuries ago!: by the first t great t teacher and preacher of human rights---the j ;
fi i uu' money or bonds or : part in the crime of trying to loot the Man of Galilee!
!I'ft a.i a basis I ; for credit, or ns world.-Hy Kit'hard 11. 1 rMrnnmls< , Kill-:< Ir t
line M' nit on which to .! Manufacturer: Kccord, Unltmiore, Every iota of (ihe philosophy and creed of Hate, and Blood, and Violence, and

(gt' .' > lion was bankrupt Beastiality, and diabolic Cruelty, and human enslavement, thai mark every footstep of't
>]1 ' of wolds' to express; "Till:: GKKVT; : ADVKMt'KirThe ::; I
tai i .\ t'ni had been ", ; the Kaiser and his cohorts of i 11t'1I---are in direct .and damnable opposition to every thought

n' "f. .it1 manufacturing first picturein> which MosHio word and deed, of the Man of Galilee ,
l I""< ''I b uroycd; its railroads" Love figures as n 1'athestar will be!
thin -II" aka of rust; its (' { "The Great Adventure, ," Puthe playto This is, therefore no fight of Democracy against Autocracy !

lw< r II 'K completely used up be shown tit the Gaiety Theatre in
10"'J It is no battle of nation against nation!
Adventure" is
tin ,,irnues that it was \ ; Stnrko. "The Great
years after the close of the : adapted from Henry Kit'hellVeh. It is no contest of man against man !
for. the livestock of the South ster's well known book "The Painted
It is titanic struggle between! right and ldw'JIhe philosophy of Jesus
ed In number what the South Scene. In it :Miss Love gives n a wrong;

ISl'O, and even today the charnnnj characterization in the kind Christ and ihe powers of evil, through the earthly defenders of each.
shei'p in the central South is of 1 part in which she excels. i
than it was at the beginning The story is that of a little country And we're going to fight...fight-..fight side by side with our fellows in tin. cause of

Civil War. girl; who comes to the city believingthat humanity, until there is no vestige left on all this great earth, of the powers that---defying
this she has exceptional talent as an
God and this of blood and
precipitated cataclysm tears.
South her financial man---
desperate situation, the actress. Her aunt, though
iately began to contribute its resources are limited, \\a also confident There is only one sentiment in (his whole broad land today and the man who does not t
of of the and has of
which portion have of the since hundreds run into fered to finance girl's her success attempt. recognize it must indeed be deaf, dumb, and blind; and that sentiment is a dogged determination

billions, of pensions to the The attempt to get a position before deep down in the very bowels of every man that we are going to fight until we

the. North, without, of course the footlights proves to have been born have justified Italy; saved England; swept immortal France free of the Hun;
dollar of pension to its own of a mistaken optimism amt soon thu
liberated avenged far is within human the countless +
until after many years, out is! at the end, of her reeourrc't ; so as power 1
States took up in part the So Uegna; in her depuration adopts a crimes of Germany against civilization; broken the Hindenburg line and swept ,

of the few remaining strenuous and novel method l to get a the army of the Beast as chaff before the wind; humbled the Empire of Hell; ,
trans job. :Mer method proven to be BUCcessful -
Heroically, as all and soon she adorns the chorusof and...please God..-rid the earth of the Kaiser and all his fell breed !

m""' such situations, the a musical (comedy where she speedily 4
If anyone asks, tell him T 111AT I is whal. we're fighting for''
*'11 n>, favors, it sought no lifetimes popular mid i.s known as
111, .. r asked that the money "Hnl! ." And as luck would have it. OUR BRAVE EOYS IN THE TRENCHES AND AT OUR CANTONMENTS a '

'I people should be redeemed. I I "Rags" gets an opportunity to play SIGNIFY THEIR WILLINGNESS TO LAY THEIR LIVES UPON
This bl ief statement of the lead and at the first performance
!Sl. ,suffered, of its terrific "steals the show." A strong love interest THE ALTAR OF LIBERTY AND HUMANITY. '

almost incomprehensible is interwoven in the story. CAN MORTAL DO MORE ? '
1111?rly incomprehensible to See this picture at he Gaiety tonight -
th Ling years of struggle. in For tomorrow night (Saturday) two BEASTLY HUN ? I
P1' 'r le sought: to provide for reel of :Mutt and Jeff comedies witha
n> needs is given here Wild West featurw will be shown. WHAT ARE YCU DOING TO DESERVE THE LIBERTY YOU ARE 1

*h' kground: for a discussion should ( -I The 17th installment of "The Mys: ABLE TO ENJOY AND TO MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR YOU TO CON. '
Allies )
America' and our tery Ship" will be shown next Tuesday
hi itation whatever, from night. Also the Official I War Review TINUE TO DO SO ? + ;

sense of. pity, in imposing the Film, showing the life of the American;" IF YOU ARE NOT BUYING LIBERTY LOAN BONDS, WAR SAVING 1
Penalties Germany.
upon boys in the trenches and the camps in

mit> the $30.000,000,000 or | The Gaiety has secured tho "Reast YOU ARE NOT DESERVING OF CITIZENSHIP AND YOU DO NOT APPRECIATE .
bonds which the German of Berlin" for two nighu, Friday and t
gleefully taken because they Saturday Sept. 20th and .Jlst. Special IT.
that success would redeem music will be provided. YOU ARE EITHER FOR THE UNITED STATES OR FOR GERMANY "
and give them enormous --

France and Serbia and Italy r
land have had to bear the I Tulsa, Okla., Aug. 22.-The Tulsa
loss in lives and in money for : Confederate reunion committee, composed BE A PATRIOT OR BE A POLTROON. t
these burglar, these of many of the leading citizensof
"murderers, these destroyers |" Tulsa, have been engaged for some TODAY
anhood and childhood, from weeks raising a fund of $100,000 and ,
ning the world I perfecting an organization for the en This ad contributed by .
It would be unspeakable tertainment of the 2Rth annual reunIon
the Allies to permit this at of the United Confederate Vete-

Germany has paid the last rans' association, the Confederated Bradford County Telegraph
the cost of the war to our Southern :Memorial association and the
Allies and to America. 1 23rd! reunion of the Son of Confederate f
:Moreover, the criminal Veteran, Sept. 24-27 inclusive i I
made to nay to the families r The committee is assured of the,
soldier killed in defense of necessary financial support, so that no

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-- - .-- --- -_. ,. . 1 -' n_ --- them of a few groceries.:' It is thoughthe 1 \Highland[ Saturday (I r Mr. Lonnie Prescott-- "a< ,, ,1,1"a,,< -"

of !Miss Elfie Harris was visiting her visitor at the home of M L,I' (
: spent the week made his visit the early part : li-'
I( family the night, UK they were away from parents, Mr. and :Mrs. llandall Harris J. W. Grimes Saturday niirl;! ,.; ''

IL 'i9. (; d- and Lee :Murrhee home. of Maxville.Mr. day.

I It. ( here Sun.lay. ;Miss :Mamie PinhoMcr, who has S. T. Starling and son, Levi, The revival meeting l.I|<,., i \1] .
County News : crude u business been visiting in Raiford and Jacksonville were visiting\ :Mr. and, :Mrs. E. H. Carter night. Large crowds utt. ''I, ''""

Saturday returned home :Monday.Mr. Saturday night and day. "

: Louise, spent Sun- : R. E. Osteen, who has been vis- :Mr. Charlie Wilkinson was visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. C. GrillK ,", ,.1|
}:: 1 hatereatinLcts. Cathered During the Week b: iting here for the past week, returnedto ut the home of :Mr. S. J. Starling Sun- ily were visiting :Mr. and Mii: |.an\w

i'', ; Regular Correspondents. ; made a business! his home at Plant City Tuesday. day.Mrs. Griffis Sunday.
.1 Misses Mamie Reddish and Clara : J. B. :Moseley was visiting her
large crowd
Mkt Quite a
spent the
: Williard Smith Cone entertained quite a few of the grandparents Sunday in the Clay Hill en
1. S ing with Mr. Jeff Grim :Sundaj !
were busines vis- young folks at the home of Mr. and section. fore he took leave-for Ot-
LAKE lI'TUmOT\ : *: Birthday I I1 Thursday :Mrs J. C. Cone Monday night. After Mr. B. D. Carter, of Black Creek was C. Camp Jackson.o. .
I ;Mrs. J. ;M. :Mann were playedthe in this section Sunday. i
church closed their several interesting games visiting
e I Lake Butler, AUK. :28.-:.Miss Eva day afternoon from 4 I evening. It was guests were invited to a table :Mr. W. A. Starling and two sons, An ice cream supper wa.- giver. at
t Knight, of Welborn, is visiting her her son, Howard's, thirty men mem- spread with fresh boiled peanuts and Horace and Curtis motored over to the home of Mr. and :Mr>- Arthur

J cousin, Mill Thenie Knight. The dining room church. grapes. Those who were present on :Maxville Saturday afternoon. Starling Friday night in honor ""I',t Jr|
.T l; :'III'. W. VV Chastain left :Monday for scone in its decorations! begin a series of this pleasant occasion were 1\li88esl j I Miss\ Edith Starling was visitingher I Jeff Griffia. Ice cream und uik.. wen

Camp Jackson, Columbia S. C., where !gold. Bowls of Sunday even- Irene und Mamie Oliver, :Mamie Pin- grandparents Friday< afternoon. served and many games played [i\, ,the
I he will \\ai entrained for over sea ser ed on the dining table, It will be con- holster Ruby Crosby, :Maude and I young folks. Those present \\lere.
i tered by a beautiful andOra l SAPP =NOTES Mises Martha Wilkinson,, t I;
v JI vice. and others. Ev Laura Shaw, Lubedia Pinholster : "l)7,!,
Nt pI' Allen Thomas is another of Brad cake bearing seven \ attend. Melvin, Inez Abernathy and Lo- Blackburn, Ella, :Myrtieiiin' ,Ina
$) :j ford county's boys who entrained 1 for candles. After n rene Hazen, Willie :Mae Knabb Isla Sapp, Aug.; 28.-Mr. S. J. Register Clara Sykes; :Messrs. Jeff. 1'", mt

JAL, 'd' Camp Jiirknon :Monday. ing games which ER and Jennie :Maude Crosby; Messrs of Raiford, was a visitor to Sapp Sunday Carson Griffis, Andrew Wilkm..".,.i, :y,

Y j" Every: Monday, Wednesday and Friday donkey contest was Guy Pinholster, Lucian, Fred and :Mcr- and ;Mrs. James Rosi..r.\1r; n, ,, lie
1 r a afternoons the club room is well being the winners in the .-:Mrs. T. C. Ha/.en vin Hazen, Truby Pinholster, HurleyIlazen :Mr. and :Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and child J. W. Griffis, Mrs. I. N. Starlmirr./ | .

r t t filled with enthusiastic Red, Cross! being the winners in last week for Cedar Albert Shaw, Lester and, Fra- were at the Sapp home Sunday even Jim Sykes, !Mrs II. S. Syke- and !rand

sJ '. workers. Four Hewing muchines are Delicious ice cream will spend a few zier Shaw Earl Surrency, Dogan ing.W. Mrs Arthur___ Starling
P .; kept busy, other workers baste, work then served, marigolds Knabb, Abe Crosby, Clyde Ward E. Sapp, WorshipfuloIastf'r! and TOL |.
't button holes, sew on buttons, etc. All favors. Mrs.I :Mann v s Lewis and, two The :Misses McCullough, of Hastings Chas. Wuinright, Senior Warden, of HIGHLAND= NEWS

the Rod Cross! work except knitting is serving by her house Viney and Laura, spent part of last week here, the Sapp Lodge F. & A. M., paid a frater- -
n'Atv Y dom in this! room and there is work Burton, of Valdosta, week at Worthing guests of :Miss Marguerite Shriver. nal visit to Glen lodge at Glen St. Highland, Aug. 28.-Rev. \Vm Taj
x i for all. Last Friday was spent in William Johnson. Mrs. II S. Warren, of Clayno, and :Mary Saturday night lor, of Whitehouse, filled his regular:

I packing a box of finished 1 articles. In The following B. Nipper and J. S. sister, Mrs. Berry, of Brunswick Ga., John W. :Mann, Sr., was here Wed apopintment at the Baptist church oy
W. }1' it were 1 quilt, made by the juniors, 6 afternoon with : : are occupying were pleasant visitors at the home of nesday. preaching Saturday and Sunday' oo'n

sweaters, 11 pair socks, 1 helmet, 1 lone Chastain, Viola /( near the depot. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Friday afternoon Ruth Sapp has returned from her morning and evening, leaving for hn

t r # j muffler, 10 hospital shirts Id hospital Mae Johnson, Margaret who has been :Mr. P. Colson, of Jacksonville, spent visit to Jacksonville. home Monday morning.
drawers and 70 comfort kits. The C. Jr., and Wilbur state of New York Sunday here with his family. :Mrs. J. P. Sapp is now well again. Rev. L. Moseley and Rev J. L

.1 Juniors are doing wonderful work under lotte Savage, Alex on the rumor of :Mrs. Chas. Wainright has returned Strickland opened a week's revival!
the leadership of Mrs. Howard F. lin, Russell Heath, a license, is visit- OLD BRADFORD from Baldwin. meeting at the Highland Baptist

Stanton, having commenced on their Arthur Rosenberg. J. F. Brooks, of -- Miss Ina Belle Davis is still in a church Sunday night.

4 p't; :: i t days. Old Bradford, Aug. 28.-The revival very critical condition.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Norris and little

r j GRAHAM: and daughter, Clara, meeting has had a good attendance. W. D. Sapp, of Jacksonville, son, Ross, of Bronson were the guests
c Mrs. J. M. Mann and little son, Howard Reddish attended Rev. B. C. Scarborough, wife and and children ere on a visit to the home over Sunday of !Mr. and :Mrs H. C
t went to Lake county Thursday for Graham, Aug. 28.- Friday. attractive daughter attended the pro- of J. p. Sapp. Wimberly.The .
st s a few days visit with Mrs. Howard's turned to his home J. Byrd and daugh- tracted meeting here this week. Gad Wilkinson was in Sapp Satur friends of
many Mr
"lt"1 Rev. \\ Wesley
I He assisted
'#J father, Mr. W. M. Sloan. and !Mabel, of Gra Misses Edith and Ida Williams, day.Cora Wilkinson will be glad to learn that
al here.
I- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Drew Addison and here with Mr. Blanche Andreu, Russell Ware and I Sapp, of Jacksonville, is visiting he is now able to be and
s4 out
Mr. Nyram Wynn I up again
\ children left Thursday for Jacksonville Messrs. Wesley Williams, Sumner Andrew her grandparents.
;k after a serious illness of several
trip to Starke Tuesday. days
d; where they wil reside. was a business vis- were pleasant visitors to Provi- I Mack Griffis and family were in our
Mrs. Alvin McKinney !Mr. G. E. Wilkinson, Sr., and G. E.
''wt Miss Margaret Loughry and friend, Thursday. dence Sunday afternoon.Mr. : town Sunday.
rrtkt Miss Mcggs, of Palatka, were guests atives and friends at P. Gainey and chil Seeber Edwards and Miss Laura : Mrs. Norman met her daughter, Mrs Wilkinson, Jr., were business visitor

of Miss Winnie Townsend Monday, going Hastings for a few at Little Rock Scarborough, Cephus Harrell and Miss : W. D. Sapp, at he train Saturday and to Starke Saturday..

:L1 'r to Jasper Monday night, where Mr. J. R. Reynolds I Ruby Edwards were visitors to the took her and children to her home a
,, they will take teachers examination trip to Starke Tuesday. I who has been springs Sunday evening.Mr. short distance in the country.

i+,f a 1 Mr. W. C. Townsend Is enjoying the Mrs. J. !H. Surrency in Plant City, re A. E. Raborn who has been visiting Thursday the-roof of Lawtev' su.
in Brooker with her
'! refreshing baths at his summer home friends and relatives, has returned DUKES
I", Mrs. R. T. Ostecn. tion shed was set afire by sparks from
kta e ,' at Salt Springs this week. Graham, was in our to his home at Sanford.
t \\.f f, Mesdames ,1. M Mann and her house Mr. and Mrs. Seals business Sunday Mrs. John Cone and Mamie Reddish Dukes, Aug. 28.-:Mr. and !Mrs. Oscar a passing fire freight engine.; A volunteer -

1'" '1 guest, !Mrs. J. F. Barton, and Mrs. Wm. Hampton, attended and Clara Cone spent the day pleas : Summers and sister were in this department was at once organized
1 and some quick work none,
Johnson, spent the day very pleasantly day. of Pine Hill, antly at their sister, Mrs. J. V. Ed. burg Tuesday <
!Mm, Dosha Drawdy, wards !Mr. J. M. Dukes and family attended it is likely the entire roof
Friday. -
; at Worthington Springs Thursday. her cousin, :Miss Inez would have been in
soon flame The
attended church here ; Misses Edith and Ida Williams church at Swift Creek Friday Saturday
.4t Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chastain! and I afternoon. were
+' yp Miss Edna: Motes, of Palatka, motored Mr. O. W. Dyal spent : and brother, Wal the guests of Miss Blanche Andreu and Sunday.Mr. damage was very slight.
c to Worthington Springs Monday his daughter, Mrs. with their Sunday. : Sheppard Dukes, of Five :Mile, :Mrs. Roberts, who has been, spending

t v, + Misses Maude and I'carle Hunter Trilby. : Baxter, of Jack- Miss' Laura Scarborough was the was in this burg :Monday a few weeks at the home n' her
? a are visiteng :Miss Schollie Chastam Mr. and Mrs. John Monday to do service guest of Blanche Andreu Sunday af- :Mrs R. A. fliers was in our town parents Postmaster Biggs" and w''-
and<1 :Mrs. Barley left Lawtey with her the
I, in Lake City this week. ternoon. :Monday morning.Mr. baby on early
Mrs. Hello II. Ambrose is spending Pond, were here : T. Osteen and :Mr. Elma Edwards is attending the music : W. II. Stewart, section foremanat train Wednesday morning bound for
& a few days nt White Springs this !Mrs. Edd I Punish. spent Sunday, school taught by :Mr. Perry here Lake Butler, was down on this end Lake City where she will spend a few
s j week. Mr. Math McKinney .' near Worth- this week. of the section Saturday. days with relatives. Her husband Mr

Miss Edna !Motes, of Falatka, who ler, and J. A. J. :Mrs. T. B. Edwards is very sick at :'III'. R. II. Thomas, of Five Mile, Roy Roberts, is in the service of the

i' t '. has spent several weeks here, returned son City, were pleasant.ry'r! Mabel Byrd and this writing. We hope she will have was here hauling wood Tuesday morn- government and is stationed nt ,rhar.
Thursday. leston, S. C., from whence it ;is .n.
an early pr
G to her home Wednesday. She was church at Old recovery. ing.Mr.
accompanied by her sister, Mrs. J. A. Dr. Thomas: and wife :Mr. Shelton Edwards< and family, of S. :M. Dukes and family attended ble he may be transferred to Key

;, { Sullivan, and two children. ed from Atlanta, Ga. made a business Tampa, are visiting their brothers church at Swift Creek Sunday. West in the near future.
I Mr. Shelton! Loadholtz and sister, spent a month's Springs Saturday here this week Mr. Earl Dukes, agent of the A. C. Mrs. Carl Woolen, accompanied w
Mrs. Eva Pierce, returned to their !Mr. and, :Mrs. Doss Messrs. Fred, Marvin and Lucian I.. railway, accompanied by :Miss :Mrs. Louis II. Hill, left :Monday 'or

' home in Jacksonville Tuesday morning dren, of Cooler Pond, ; Monday for mil- Hazen attended church here Sunday, Maude Shaw, of Brooker, and :Miss the camp at Columbia S. C., on i M-K;

t after visiting their mother, Mrs. J. L. Mrs. Percy Jones were, Messrs. nighl. Neva Courson, of Lulu, made a trip to to their relatives, Mrs. Woolen'- hui-

Crews. day. l' .. II...i.e :Messrs. Clyde Ward and Harley Ha Olustee battlefield Sunday. band, Carl, and Mrs. Hill's brother.
Mr. C. II. Hilton, of Live Oak, visited Little :Mildred I ; ;: h : 'ts, Solomon Lam: zen, accompanied by :Misses Mamie :Mrs T. A. Dukes was in this town Harold Pearce. Mrs Hill will] leave

his sister, :Mrs Belle H. Ambrose, for Gainesville, where friends were proud and Irene Oliver, attended church here on businl.'ssIonday.: :Mrs. Woolen at Columbia for an mde
an operation for Sunday night. :'III'. J. C. Ward was a business visitor finite to
I Sunday; going on to Jacksonville Sun- and do their bit for stay and will herself returr
s tiny afternoon. her a speedy recovery Mr. Lucian lIazen and :Miss Willie here :Monday. Lawtey the early part of next week<

? i E Mr. and Mrs. Vutroo Dowling returned :'III'. Glenn Gibson, of of Tampa, :Mae Knabb and Mrs. Tracy attended stopping nt Camp Wheeler :Macon
t, F : to Jacksonville Sunday was a pleasant visitor here with relatives church here Friday night. CROSBY LAKE Ga., for a short visit with another fop
.1 non.Irli.! Douling had been visiting Messrs. Leon Beaty Mr. Clanton Scuff and Earl Dukes nl soldier brother, Arthur Pearce Mr.
t, 1 friends and relatives for several weeks ningham and Truby made< a business attended church here Sunday. Crosby Lake, Aug. 28.-:Mrs. Tyler Carl Wooten is expecting orders to
: I !Miss Ruby Ware came through Lake pleasant! visitors here Monday morning. Mr. and :Mrs. Byrd and family and and son, Alvin, were visiting in this sail at any time.A .

Butler Saturday ight/ on her way home :Mr. Buddington; and I L. Gainey and chil Inez Abernathy attended church here section Thursday. number of boys and girls swooped
at Worthington Springs. She expects sonville, were business at Swift Creek Sunday. Mr. U.1.. and W. D. :McRae, who down on Postmaster Biggs' residence
to leave Friday for Cedar Key where Thursday.Mr. Misses Lubedia Pinholster, Ruby have been visiting their families here Tuesday night and surprised him by
: James Reynolds: Crosby and Truby Pinholster attended for the past two weeks, left Tuesday
\ she will teach in the high school this spending this week taking possession and settling down
a ness trip to Starke church for South Carolina.
here Sunday.
h winter. to business. for a general good time. Full detailsare
Mr. W. E. Loadholtz, of Jacksonville :Mr. and Mrs. Wesley : is spending C. II. Newsom and little son, Virgil, Mr. Joe Bryant was visiting his un- not forthcoming but judging from
business trip to Waldo attended baptism here Sunday after- cle, :Mr. P. B. Bryant, Saturday
kv spent several days last week with .' in Georgia the sounds that came from that direc
:Mrs. Will Jones and :\ :Misses
noon. Eva and Polly :McRae and,
h j his family in Lake Butler. spent the week. tion and the lateness of the hour it became
: i I''' Mrs ,1. R. Vaughn, who has been Walker, of Hastings, Croft, of Lulu. brother, Barney, attended church at evident that the genial postmaster
''I visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Williams nesday and Thursday to from here attended CLAY HILL ITEMS: Rising Sunday. and his wife surrendered and gen
ents, Mr.\ and Mrs
i for the past few weeks, returned the home of Mr. Effie Edmondson was visiting erously permitted the young' folks to
:'olr8.Iarzeo: Starling, Clay Hill, Aug. 28.-All the farm- in this section
: Sunday afternoon.
to her home in Tampa Saturday, I of Pine Hill Friday have all the amusement they wantedREVIVAL
W. 1'. Byrd Misses era in this section are busy picking Mr.
J. L. Underhill and .
family visited
Mrs. W. E:. Knight, of Dupont, is I --.- -
visiting her sister, :Mrs. G. K.: Parker, Byrd attended the I of Starke, spent cotton. at he home of M. J. :McRae :Mon AT HAMPTONThe
/, at Zit! Friday afternoon.Mr. L. S. Carter and Mr. Nelson
this week. to business. day.The
f I Odell Abernathy Prescotf were visitors to Jacksonville
+ Mr. Charley Savage of Jacksonville Marvin Hazen ac- baptism at Crosby lake Sunday revival ,meeting nt the Methodist
I Tuesday.Mr. .
Abernathy made a afternoon was well attended. on
church h-"iininr
Reddish in Hampton, (
_ q' I spent Lake Butler.the weekend with his family in Starke Saturday.Mr. attended church at D. A. Higginbotham spent Sat- :'III'. Walter Underhill and family the 18th and continuing 01 .:. the JStfc.
; and Mrs. Percy night. urday with Mr. and Mrs W. A. Starling visited at Mr. :M J. :McRae's Satur was a splendid success. The stores
1r \ !Mrs. Vasco ,fowling spent Thursdayand Jones, Ethel and :Mabel and, family. for
closed o'clock
: M. Andreu, of Old day.Those I I every morning at 10
Friday in Worthington Springs, over to Starke Saturday our town Saturday. Mr. W. II. and Louie Carter were of this section attending the the meeting and the farmers left their
the guest of !Miss Elsie Harrison :Mr. Ray McKinney, : : spent last. week visiting their grandparents Sunday in peanut boiling at :Mr. Carr's Saturday I fields and the ladies and children all

!Mr. T. J. Alderman spent the weekend was business visitor Miller. this section. night were Misses Sadie, Ola and Evie did faithful work in making the meeting .
with homefolks, returning to Jacksonville :Mr. Oliver Sparks, of spent lust Fri Mr. E. II. Sarter and Mr. Nelson Bryant and brother, Frank, and Ar- i a success. Congregations wire

: Sunday afternoon. business visitor here Prescott motored over to Jacksonville thur :McRae. All report a nice time good, ranging from 40 or 50 in the
4 :'III's.V.. P. Byrd has Wednesday. .
Curds are out announcing the arrival spent last Sunday morning services to 150 or 200 in the
r of a "Soldier. Boy" at the home Williston where she has: Cedar Keys. Rev. L. M. Moseley filled his regular EVERGREENMr.
her mother for appointment at the Clay Hill school night meetings. All denominationltook
past -
of \Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Overstreet, : Jr., of Dukes,
born Wednesday. Aug. 21st. The little :Mr. W. P. Price, of : :: house Sunday. Quite a number of : D. Higginbotham and :Mr. Kim- part in the meetings. The pas'
v I one has been christened Rroadus here visiting his son, people attended services. I bal, of Maxville, attended church at tor did all the preaching until Sunday
Carlton Overstreet. :Mother! and son :'Ili:5sIinnie: : Thomas of Graham, Mr. W. A. Starling and son, Horace, i Evergreen Sunday.Mr. when his very efficient wife came and
are doing nicely. Bench, Is the guest of \ / town. Sunday en- were among the visitors to Starke Saturday Jeff Griffis was visiting at the took two of the services for him :Many
this week. home of Mr. and :Mrs. B. Wilkinson ble .
Mrs. William Johnson and charming Mr. Jackson :' of Clayno, and :\11'. Eddie Carter passed through Sunday. persons testified to receiving a

little daughter, Willie :Mae left Tues- have returned to Hastin .' Ga., were the Clay Hill section Saturday after- Misses Martha Wilkinson sing during the meeting, and a clan
day morning for an extended visit : Inez Abernathy and Eve- added to
been here for the noon. of seven new members were
past / lyn Blackburn
with friends and relatives at Hampton I spent the night with
and Macclenny. iting relatives and I Is ill\ this :Mr. I. N. Starling, of Lawtey, spent Misses Myrtle and Ella Griffis Satur the church.
Mr. Chealey Fogg and very Saturday night with his brother, Mr.S. .
H. F. Priester and children .
\Mrs. day.Mr. SOLD
the day at Earleton J. Starling, of this section. : Ollie Griffis UNDERHILL CATTLE
have returned home, after a pleasant was In Starke wag visiting Mr. J.
visit with friends and relatives in Rev. Smith filled his attending to Mr. S. J. Starling was shopping in W. Griffis Tuesday. Ninety-eight head of stock cattle !belonging -
pointment at Johnstown Lawtey Saturday.Mr. :Misses Lizzie *'
Georgia.Mrs. Alice Crawfordand to the estate of W. II. Unhill *
J. M. :Mann had as her guest Sunday.Mr. a business trip : and :Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson and Gussie Futch, of Lawtey attended deceased, were sold Wednesday

last week, hire J. F. Barton, of Valdosta : and :Mrs. D. J. )' Mr. Freddie Lang were visitors to church at Evergreen and was accompanied morning at auction State Attorney

Ga. i ters', Ethel and Mabel, of Lake Butler, Lawtey Saturday.Rev. home by Mr. Brittain Rosier Long acting* as auctioneer for !. u.

;tbf Mrs. B. F. Brannen, of Jacksonville,: at Old Bradford Sunday.Mr. business last Willie Taylor spent Sunday at and Louis Griffls.Mr. Underhill administrator of the es R.
'} who has been visiting her mother-in-I and Mrs. R. W. the home of Mr. and Mrs S. J. Star : Andrew Wilkinson was a pleas tate. The cattle were sold to
ltf law Mrs. W S. Brannen, returned to :Mrs. Bobbie Surrency the home of Mr. ling. ant caller at the home of Mr. J. W. Mitchell Edward on his bid of $2; Pf

I her home Sunday afternoon. I spent Sunday at Old night, robbing J Mr. B. Padgett was shopping In; Grims Sunday afternoon. head, the total being $2352.E .

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