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 30, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04670
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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?tabllshed-1879. Subscription-Per Year. $1.50; Six. Months 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews Editor and ProprietorNUMBERED. J t

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. . . . . . . SERVICE FLAG FOR BRADFORD I I -- -

.p Major K. B. Ferguson of the *> ,

I ,y British army will speak in the ,* Beautiful Emblem (Carrie 80 Star fur

BOTH INCLUSIVE, REGISTER SEPT.12ill p court house at Starke, Friday, ,.. GO IN TRAINING Former Pupils :Now With the ColorsA I I MISSING AFTER

September 6, 1918, at 3:30: p. m. '!>

You are requested 1 to hear him. large! und beautiful school' service I t.

{ Signed By President Wilson I COMMISSIONERS: : mUST: ,pl"4' I Mobilized Octlat 1 Colleges- Hug/ now hangs in the auditorium of I I BIG BATTLE

. . . . . . . the Bradford County High/ School. Thin I
Saturday and Above Date I THREE NEW PUBLIC ROADS Will Receive Private's Pay
(lug; I bears eighty-three stars .represcnting I .__ __ _
Set For RegistrationAME LOCAL BOARD APPOINTS: -Try for Commission "" men and boys who once, nt-
Bids to be Received For Four MuleLeaning : HERSCHELL CROSBY i
REGISTRARS FOR J COUNTY tended this school and who are now "

PLAN WILL BE FOLLOWED Road GraderAt I Washington Aug. ;a.-'oIl'lI1lll'rs: of following the colors Herman Crosby PROBABLY A PRISONER

AS IN FIRST DRAFTMIMATED 10 o'clock n. m., Monday, Sep- Registration Booths Will IW Open in I the students' army training corps, consisting Willie Jones and Neal: LnnirforJeach

I tember 2nd, 1918, the board of county Each Election Precinct! 'of youths between the ages of arc represented by a gold slur ns TWIX HKOIIIEK OF IIKKMA.V: :

eighteen and will lio mobilized they have given their lives for their '
; THAT :NEW DRAFT) ,, commissioners was called to order at twenty-one CROSHViio: DIKD OVERSEAS : <<-
: The Local Board of Bradford county October 1 at more than 30( () colleges country and are now sleeping beneath'
the court house Chairman S, T. jtMr.
CAUSE 13,000,000 MEN: TO by A FKW: :MONTHS AGO:
[ WILL has received instructions to proceed on
Dowling, with all members' present, selected for that purpose by the French" toil with n wooden cross to
REGISTER-ABOUT TWO AND: A1ILF Thursday, September 12, to register war department, according to details. murk their lust. 'ttlno.ltwe..
to-wit: J, L. Underhill, R. J. Andrews, / : and :Mrs. W'.1. Crosby recrivriia I ,
:MILLIONS: QUALIFIED'' J. J. Blackwelder and 11. D. :May. every male person in the county between of the plan announced tonight. This beautiful tI.Iowa./ .. mule und telegram/ yesterday from the mlju- ,Y r

FOR GENERAL: MILITARY DUTY Minutes of last meeting; were read the ages of 18 and 45 years, inclusive . Members of the student's army training ,presented to the school by Miss Olive tent general; of the army advising. 1
I who has not already been registered will be "soldiers active Ray sixty-two of these soldier
on boyshaving
I WILL BE SECURED and approved. corps 1 them that their sun, Merm-licll. Crosby
I Petition to the board of county commissioners for military duty. To carry duty," a statement issued by the war once been her pupils. in Starke.; hint been olllcially reported us missing t'

{Washington, Aug. 31.-All menm I. for a public road filed July out the instructions of the War Department I department says Upon their induc- Near the service ling is u list. of the I ; in action on July '!Ith. Young 'd

eighteen; to forty-five years ofke 1, 1918, described as follows: Running; the Local Board has appoint. tion into service their subsistence, names of the men and boys in whoso i Crosby took part in the heavy lighting r+ r,

in the continental United States, from,, Dukes station to Lake Butler, ed a board of registrars in each election quarters, clothing and tuition will be honor the flag was. made. Below we of the American troops in July and is )k

|cept those in the army or navy or Florida, running on the east of the At- precinct. These registrars will be provided by the government and the give the list of names: probably among thom who were captured .

[ready registered, were summoned by : lantic Coast Line railroad between the on duty from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. to accomplish student soldiers will receive the pay Archibald .J. Thomut) William J. (hy the Germans. ,
the .
esident Wilson today to register for said stations above named. R. T. Tay registration.The of privates in the army. Thomas, Herschel K. Crosby, Herman t Private Hemchell Crosby i.s u twinPRIVATE :,

jjilitary service on Thursday, Septcm- lor, J. S. Brown and D. W. Dukes, the registrars, appointed by the High school graduates will be eligible Crosby, Karl Clyde Thrower, James I --_-- -- 1,

r 12. committee appointed by said. board to county board are as follows: to the collegiate training divisionof Knox Thrower, !Maxwell O. Thrower! ,

I mark out said line, filed their reportat I District No. 1, Lawtey-Louis II. the corps and grammar school graduates Eugene: ; Dryden Thrower, Willie Henry .
of the marshal.
:Machinery provost Hill, chief registrar, W. E, Torode R. .
neral's office was set in motion to a special meeting held July 23, 1918 may enter the vocational section. Willie Jones, George Hoffman, <:eo! f 11
R. Thede. 1
out the second great enrollmentder Report of said committee adopted by As the students show ability they will R. Powell, Neal Lnngford, Charlie! J, +
Irry District No. 2, Lake Butler-II. J.
ised the board and notice having been given be transferred to new divisions and Powell, Percy J. Alvarez, Abner B.
presidential -
a for 30 days as required by law and Stewart, chief registrar, Joe Hill Williams those showing special qualification) Johns, John Wilbur Willurd ClarenceE. ,r iL '4
t after the president had 1 sign-
< soon A. C. Strickland G, W. Alder- )
I will be sent to officers' r 1f i .
training schools ,
the new manpower act extending no objections being made, upon motion Ware, Lorenzo D. Register Jr, ..1e jv a'I

|<- draft ages. The bill, completed, and second, it was ordered that said man.District No. 3 Palestine-John D. Others will he assigned to noncommissioned Clarence Register, Henry E. Freeman

sent to the white house for thesitlent's I road be declared and opened as a public officers' schools. William lit. Wainwright, Joe Curler, g ,'IhariAar ,
Pearce, chief registrar, J. J. Black.
The war department in its statemenadvises
Newn .
road. I) Wainwright, Jr., Frank Ii.
signature today soon welder. youths now ready for college Lane Merrill Powell Green; f:d M'dl -i it1
| house and senate Petition to the board/of county com- Llyod t
e District No. 4, Providence W. L.
missioners for a public road filed July I entrance Vr already enrolled in a college D.Ritch Green, Bert Johns, Nick Johns t1 t1r

[ is estimated that at least 12,778- I, 1918, described as follows: Beginning Blair, chief registrar, Lonnie Sum ; to' adhere to their plans and obtain Clarence Newsom, William G. Stringfellow N ilk /
13; men will register this time, com I i mers. e tto
|: ; on Olustee creek near J. L. Anderson's voluntary Induction into the corps 0 Robert Gray, Clifford Chan-
i I
kred with nearly ten millions on therst o District No. 5, Brooker-A. A. Ha- -----. i
place, running south via M. cry, Clyde Chnncey, Wilson Sweat Ku:
registration of men from twenty. ;| zen, chief re lstr"., G. B. Colson. GA50LINELESS: : SUNDAY: ] if
Z. Courson's and intersect with the gene; Lee, Xuck Anders, Owen Anders,
fee to thirty-one on June 5, 1917. Of District No fi, Starke-R. A. Weeks, rJI
; Alvarez Rune Wells.
Lake City and Lake Butler road near Guy Dwight I
lose who enroll now it is estimatedat chief registrar, J. L. Peek, C. A. FutchA. I l _______
D. W. Williams, a distance of 1 1-4& Wall, Richard, R. White, Bruce Davis
( :.100,000:\ will be called for gener- j M. Darby, E. R. Poppell. i :Not a Single Pleasure Car Appeared, I
[ miles. J. J. Nettles, Sr., M. A. Black- Cyrus Sistrunk, !Maurice Iungfordi,
military service, probably two- 1 District No.7, Hampton-J. V. on the Sheets During: the Day '
welder and J. Q. Dicks, committee appointed I Rniford, Brooks, Will Solomon, ChnrleaBensley
irds of the number coming from Jones, chief registrar A. A, Futch.
by said l board to mark out line, I Will Tucker, Abner Sydboten,
(none the 3.500.000 or more between District: No. 8, Raiford-J. J. Far- That Starke is not one whit lucking JI
filed their report at a special meeting I'"erl'ttVIl: ilp, Herbert llornsby.
i1 ages of eighteen and twenty-one. relly, chief registrar; W. II. Andrews, in patriotism was shown Sunday in the "{
held July 23, 1918. Report of said Rowan D. Forsyth, Hurdy Williams, '
Gpnl'ralIarch: has said all regis- Jr., N .T. Ritch, Jr. : observance of the Fuel '
committee adopted by the board and request ot{ the Fred Jones, Newton Strickland, Isaac : HEUSCHKI.I: 1
:ants! culled into the will be in District No. 9, Worthington. C. Conservation Board that i
army no automobiles Action Ith.
in July :
notice having been given for 30 days Carlton, Russell Alvarez" Tute l lI..n> Reported, Missing
ranee before next June 30, swelling; Peeples, chief registrar, B. M. Lever- be operated for pleasure. Not u : :
as required by law and no objections murk, Archibald, Austin! Henry C. Richard I { "
e American expeditionary force to ett. single owned in Starke '
being; made, upon motion and second, o car apppar.'do William A. !Moitt, Fred Luger brother of, Herman Crosby, who di 'il I '1
'ore, than the 4,000,000 men expectedwin District No. 10, New River-J. E. the streets, except in a case of urgent I t
it was ordered that said road be (declared ( gren, Perry Kite, Cloo Kite, Rodney of a few months ago justafter f
the war in 1919. The last to belied Adkins, chief registrar, D. W. Kelley ; necessity. A few curs from out pneumonia
and opened as a public road. '' Turner, !Morgan Darby, John Rhur)>,', reaching' nn overseas .point of \ ,. )
( will be the youths in their eigh- District No. 11 Graham-Brince 'of town but in
; were seen, every CURe it
i Petition to the board of county commissioners (Luther Powell, Abram Besm-nt, Willter disembnrkatiorl.
nth year, but those of that who Roberts, chief registrar Odell John learned that
I was
age they were on a nPl'8sary -
I for a public road filed July Graham, Terse L. Gaskins; Frank The tender sympathy of the entire
tire and who have the necessary Abernathy : mission and were not being driven I
11, 1918, described as follows: Lendingfrom ( Milliard, Albert Dubose, Sludip Susser, community will he extended to hi. "
lahfioations be inducted into ser-j District No. 12 Theressa R. C. for alone.It .
may pleasure
Lake Butler to Cox bridge, to begin I Guy Prescott, Francis! lIallill'anIax\ parents in this hour of uncertainty and,
'I o or on vocational October 1,training.for special techni- at the east side of R. J. Andrews' Heiberger, chief registrar.. has been learned that the obhervancc ey Cannon, Rniford. Epperson, :Marcus, anxiety, mid nil hope, they will Boon

ecUtrntion place at the end of the lane, running was general throughout Bradford Brown, Aubrey !Moore, D. O.ites McKae. learn that their on'n life bus linen
Drawing Same at cast on or near the land line from : county, and the press dispatches show xparecl.DI.VNKR.

Heretofore there to Five \Mile branch on a straight employes of the Georgia Southern I that the request was cheerfully and And when the wnrlil Hlmll link your mum - -- .-
Registration this time will be conicted '' With ,limcfotiM livi.* unit net mi llaa. I
route from there east or near east to & Florida railroad at Sampson cordially observed throughout the territory The IcHchtT .hall NHiM'rt 'her clttinm. : \\ 11.1. UK SoJ\: Ell: HV

nirds as All heretofore Federal by the local draft the Atlantic Coast Line railroad to intersect City showed their patriotism by donating ]J i designated. It is estimated th,' And! proudly wltlHiwr, "Them(;.were Whit tier min.l"John Imll: ('IUS-lIOlsrJ\TIII: : ; I IY '
state and
county with public road from Dukes ; their wages for Labor Day to the i I I saving ir_ gasoline amounted to about .

'imcipal officers are culled upon to to Lake Butler. G. W. Spires, S. \M. American Red Cross. They worked ]!I 10,000,000 gallons.: BRADFORD COUNTY( HIGH There will be ,n din n "r i.ivi-n,; for tin-

.1 I the hoards in their work, to pre- ,, Dukes and Sam Dukes, committee appointed on the holiday, but instructed the pay. !I SCHOOL OPENED: : :MONDVYKxcrcixeH benefit of the lonil lid, t 01 chapter
rve !order and to slackers.II II
registrants round up by said board to mark out said master of the road to give theirf>ay to I I Raulerson, foreman section 51 ; L. L. Thursday, Sept. 12th: -Registration ,

will be classified as line, filed their report at a special the Red Cross. The men who joined Smith, M. Varnes, E. J. Murrhee. M. Were Attended by a Large Duy-in L. C Powell's new adore /
ickly ire as possible under the question- 1 meeting held July 23: 1918. Report of in this patriotic action were: I I B. Harris, H. II. Jones, Jim Vurnes :Number. of Patrons. building', corner Call and Walnut. r

fid system and a drawing; will be said committee adopted by the board I, R. A. Snyder, station agent; ; J. C. ,: and Wm. Jefferson, laborers I Committee in charge earnestly! solicits
at tho capitol to fix the order of ,
and notice having been given for 30 1 The Bradford County High School putroimge of citizens on that d.iy.
Kistrants in their respective classes. pened lust Monday morning with a ----- ._-.----- -
days as required by law and no ob- I
The provost marshal general's esti- I:jections being made, upon motion and large attendance' of both pupils and S'IIOOI HOARD HELD: KI-XiULAK: :

ate today places the number of mender second, it was ordered that said road patrons, and much interest was manifested 1- MEETING: : ;MONDAY:: SEPT. 2ND.: ;
i _
Over & ThereJas.
Our Here Over
twenty-one in the at 1i Boys
now army be declared and opened as a public in the work of the school for
out 245,000, and the number of those :(road. the coming; term. Board met. In regular session with

om thirty-two to forty-five at 165- I II The matter of purchasing a road Prof. S. S. Dowling, principal, presided Messrs. T H. Pinholster, J. E. !Douglass

>0.The grader to be used upon the public T. Goethe, of Sapp, has enlisted likes to do it is to fight for his flag' over the exercises in the auditorium und J, C. McJai! present.

estimated total number of males roads of said county, after being; con- in the navy. He has gone to Newport and country. which were opened by singing :Minutes of lust meeting rend ,and.

;tween the ages of eighteen: and for- j I!'I sidered by the board, upon motion and News to report for duty. Lieutenant Colonel Jas. H. Goethe, "America." Rev. L. W. Kickliter approved.The I i

'-five is 13,190,000, but from this I' second, it was ordered that all orders Relatives of Private Darling Austin, who has been visiting relatives at made the first address, the key note of I board| ,permitted) :Miss Law to f

mber 410,000 is deducted to cover (I|I granted to the chairman of said board of Highland, have received cards this Sapp, has returned to his homo in I which was preparedness for the battle hold! u position in .-ita,kit High School!

men of the new draft ages already ;,, authorizing him to order said graderI week announcing his safe arrival ov North Carolina. He experts to leave of life, after which devotional exercises the grounds\ that she never attend V

i military or naval service. Based one ]I I rescinded, and the clerk of said erseas. October 1st for his command in Texas were conducted by Rev. W. Ii.; 114(1 I school here but one session, and ..1-

ratio shown by the registration: of ] board be instructed to give notice by Miss Lillie Lee, of Lakeside receiv. ; and from there proceed to France with Law, of the Baptist church. Rev. Barr on account of the crisis that exists II f

en from twenty-one to thirty-one on publication in the Bradford County ed notice from Mr. Grady Lanier, one I his men. Col.! Goethe has seen servicein of the Methodist. church, and Rev. Ab- ouing' to war conditions.

one 5, 1917, shares of the new regis- j' Telegraph for sealed bids to be received of Uncle Sam's boys, stating that he I the I'hilipines and Mexico, where ernathy, of the Presbyterian church, The resignation of B. J. Rosier wad

ants expected in each southern state at the meeting of said board on the had arrived safely overseas. his health gave: way under the strain. each made an appropriate and well received accepted" and! the 'board asks that tho

re estimated as follows: J| first Monday in October, 1918, for the Ernest C. Williams, of Lake Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jenkins, of address, and Prof. Pope spokeon other trustees r t said district recommend

labama _______ ___ _____ Private received take his for
__ 243,271 j purchase of four mule leaning Starke a telegram last Friday the subject of the agricultural department some one to place
one Butler has overseas with Com r
rkansas _________ _______198,74fi 1 grader, the board reserving the rightto gone: announcing that their son, Private of the school. It is hoped, the unexpired term
: A Signal Corps, American
'"rida _ _____--__________110,910 I reject any and all bids. pany 318 Forces. Alonzo W Jenkins, had 'been that a large\ number of both boys and The hoard appropriated $;i.1;; l par>

"orltia _ .__' __h __ _______300,972 The petition granted for a change Expeditionary wounded in battle in France. The extent o girls who have reached the age of month toward! financing the agricultural

entucky ___ _____________254,108 in boundary line of election districtNo. \Mrs. John Phillips, of Theressa, received of his injuries was not stated I fourteen! will enroll in the classes of school '\ t \

'u .mna -- ___ __ ____ _______212,580 4, August 5, 1918. The board after I a letter from her son, William, Friends 1 of the family join with themin experimental farming.' This agricultural The University scholarship win 1 'I

Ississippl __ __..___ _________18:>,715 I investigating found that their action : stationed at Camp Shelby, a few days the hope that his injuries are not .department! ia furnished the. awarded to Wilbur Scott, who untici- I'i '
orth Carolina ______________263.242uth was illegal, and upon motion and ago :itating that he was quite ill In a serious. Starke school entirely free! of charge pates entering' for this year I ,

"" Carolina .-____________170fi49 second, the ordeY granting said peti- hospital.Mr. The many friends Corporal l J. I D. by the state and Federal governments. The hoard laid over the matter of ,t I',.1

"nnessce __ _______ _________251,865 tion was reconsidered.The J. R. Beville, of Graham, has received Peele will be glad to know that he has The faculty for the term of !1918-19 pitying' the $IOnO) script for one month "

""xas . ___ ______________ _54(5,187( 1 board raised salary of C. D. a letter from his son, Frank, arrived safely overseas. He enlisted in as follows: for the purpose of investigation. ':

'"Kinia _ ____ _____________241,971 Gunn, agricultural demonstrator from who is now in France, stating he la March 28th, for service in Co. A, 3011 High school teachers: Prof. S. S. Hoard adjourned! to meet first !Monday ,

In a proclamation issued immedi- $900 to $1200 per annum. enjoying good health and doing his bit : Amn. Train, 81st. div., and was train- Dowling, Mrs. S. S. howling', Mills in October. r I

tely after he signed the new manpow- Miss Emma Bennett, of Lake Butler,I for Uncle Sam. ed at Camp Jackson S. C. Corpl.!. Peele ._.TpunnpttAffltthf___....__.._ .___n.._.WM.____. T. II. PINHOLSTER. t
law extending the draft ages, the was recommended for canning club de John M. Groover, of Brooker, who another one of Bradford. county's Seventh and Eighth; Grades: Mr. A Attest: Chairman ;

resident calls. on the younger: and old- monstrator for Bradford county. left with the last contingent of selected //1. 'boys. His father and mother being C. Crews. K. R. POPPELL, '

men to enroll September 12 with lo- Notary public bond of L. II. Hill was men for Camp Jackson, has been dead he made his home for the Sixth Grade: Miss Jennie Thomas. Swretary. ,

I draft boards where they make presented and approved. assigned to Co. I, 3rd Provisional Reg. past four years with Mr. and Mrs. J. Fifth and advanced Fourth Grade: .

"ir permanent homes. I State pension claim of Mrs SarahF. iment Depot Brigade.Mr. S. Rosier of the Elarbee section. Miss Doris Law HI'SINESS: HOUSES MUSI'/

"We !solemnly' pur pone a declse HamrTck was approved. M. G. Griffis, of Starke, is in !Mrs.! Alonzo Alvarez, of Starke, has Lower Fourth and Third Grade: CLOSES: SEPTEMBER:; : 12th

'* victory of Irma" said the ( Board adjourned until the first Mon receipt of a card from his lon, Corporal received a letter from her brother, Miss Kmihe Spink.

president. and deliberately determine day in October, Roan B. Griffis. stating that he had William Sapp written -'Somewhere on Second! Grade] : Mrs. J, C. Poppell. Governor; CatU has issued a procla

to devote the larger part of 1918.W.. T. WEEKS, landed safely in England and was in the Atlantic." In the course of the First" Grade! and Chart Class. : Miss mation calling' on all business houses' I i

the military manpower of the nation I Clerk and Auditor. the best of health and spirits Private I letter hp says: "Just a line to let you Olive Ray. in Florida to observe' Thursday, Sep.

to the accomplishment: of Eugene Griffis, another of Mr. Griffis' know I am on my way overseas.. Am tember 12th, ad a holiday and to close

that, purpose. I cry true heart offers its supreme sons has also gone over-seaa. feeling tine and have had a fine trip CARD OF THANKS: for the day.Sheriff ;

"It is the call to duly to which I service." Mr. W. R. Warren of Graham, has so far. :Most everybody was sea lick Epperson: is giving publicity

every true m f ta In the country wilt I The hours of registration will be received a letter from his son, Harvey for a few days and we had a big time We wish to thank the many friends to the proclamation and wishes to give

'pond with pride and with the I from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m., and all state now stationed in France, saying he had aligning' at the other fellow and in who so kindly assisted us in the deathof notice to all clauses of business and industry

toturiouaneftit that in doing M he and local officials are called on to make been in the trenches twice and doinghis turn being laughed at. Will write you our dear wife and mother, and for that the day must he observedin

Plays his part in vindication of a very best to destroy some of the more when we land and get located. the pretty floral offerings. accordance with the suggestions of

real ,:.ulle.t whose summon *.r- I (C.n'wed on Page 4.) Hun. II. says if there' anything Can't tell you anything much now" Dan Sasser and Family. the Governor.i' .




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i I miles of the Hindenburg line. l I By this victory seemingly is ended,) Costume -- :
The :
11f ar.l I Delayed) reports from the Far East 1 I the menace of the llindenburg line to a dh:1

'I' Summary of the state that Bolshevik forces have been I I the south, which the British are gradually :

t I... river.defeated by the allies along the Ussuri I!I Already approaching thoroughly over outflanked its entire on front the Importance.. of Its DetailsNew .

north and. with the French well upon
GERMANS; : :; IN RETREAT FROM 1 distance northeast. These victories I York Sept. 4. duction of the fur sea-.1,1,,,,
I'KRONNE. : : HAS KEEN: CAPTURED its southern base, military necessity
make more secure the allied line running .a shoulders) and sometimes -
SECTORSituation the
ARRAS TO SOISSONS shrug of Furs to be
| Worn
; BY THE BRITISH TKOOI'SBritish apparently will require that the Ger- Kxrllxl; | '' ,
northward and outflanking the is all the average )
I W' in Eastern Siberia Favorable Aisne and tho C'hemin-doB-Damos (Have Reached Outskirts. of mans relinquish the Hindenburg for- a careless glance, the minute Perhaps furs are one uf,t 'I', r"
po- woman lavishes on ""*
y' to \IIi.Em'my Defeated Hitions. Also bettering this general Leas, Famous Coal Mining I / Town tifications and realign their front from why so many women an" ,I' .t! ,' I
f FRIDAY-The Germans continue in Flanders to Kheims in order to avert details of her costume. They are passed winter season. The ftclm, ,. 'i; '"*!
situation has been the crossing by the MONDAY I'eronne, the last important lightly and termed mere fads | t Krul
between Arras and l disaster the hands of their now over cur that they .
retreat everywhere at give on ,., .
French of the Ailette river at Chumps. town in German hands) on the : and fancies of the seaRon. Still, how II> III!

) the Soissons sector under the violent In the region north of Noyon theFrench Somme river, has been captured by the swiftly moving antagonists. often is the tout ensemble devoid of swathed about the should.! ,J. ,h'sum!
' attacks of the allied troops. As yet the roads to Douai, Cam- cient excuse for the ,
have made further progress, British who have passed on eastward Already smartness just: for lack of these most exp ''' ,f ham

+ there seems to he no slackening in the crossing the canal du Nord at several and northward with steady strides) bra I and St. Quentin are thoroughly little finishing touches. Andto This season features th. ''.11''?'"aim

I offensive that is steadily reclaiming the British and French important of pelts that up to thi', .,
infested by
places and advancing materially in the notwithstanding the resistance of the think there ore so many dozens of j I'" '-t b b.n hll(
I numerus French towns and villages, armies while north of Soissons the been practically unheard ,f
direction of the Noyon-IIam railroad enemy. Bouchaveenes and Runcourt that choose from. 'r %
1 and territory that long has been in the ; line. All around Noyon the French and the high ground adjacent to them French and Americans are in positionsof things one may which scored so last -i .1"l ,,, v ,1'I! w

hands of the enemy. i vantage from which to carry out tinue one of the populin < ,
have strengthened their positions.All also are British, and Field) MarshalIlaig's ".r< Ik..
Instead of halting his men for a which will out- 'It. 'coming season. This uiI,>!] .
movements '
the territory on the north and men have arrived at he out- turning .-" t f breathing spell Mar>hal Foch seems to I west banks of the Somme, where the skirts of the St. I'ierre-Vaast wood flank Laon und the Chemin Des Dames pocially: for the new "-"al"1: 11&1

} bo pushing them forward with greaterimpetus Uritish: have been operating against Farther to the north other towns have and Aisne lines. The situation of the received the highest app/ ] "i.. :Io .

l t and) at present the retiring i the Germans, now has been cleared of been taken, including) Bullecourt which enemy, viewed from the war maps is ion. For coats, .seal ;ai.ti, r r4:

{ enemy shows no indications, of turning I he has been in. be used owing to thru-,. ...
] l the enemy nnd south of I'eronne on last week changed l hands several) timesin the most perilous yet 'IIIt

ap and offering/ more of u battle than he the east bank of tho stream, notwithstanding violent fighting. The Canadians and Added to the troubles of the German quality The humble lilt. ,,. I 4

recently has been giving with his machine the destruction of the bridges Australians were in the (forefront of high command is the situation hitherto unknown existent, < \ 'III

\ gunners and infantry units that by the Germans.To the maneuvers throughout this regionand that is fast developing in Flanders, in of the pelts in gr'tt,'-t ., ,, 1 11

d are acting as rear guard) to aid in covering the north the I'ritish almost everywhere did gallant work. Considerablemore the region around Ypres where the 1vtit adapts itself so readily t.t., "' -2\' !\!

' al I 9( the eastward retrograde move are pressing eastward along than 2,000 prisoners have been Germans daily are being forced out of I that it has a wonderful,, ", ' ',"t

ment. the highways, carrying the Germans taken by the British and a few guns their positions by the British and the j' making its wearer 1 I.,, .

: :.\ Already outflanking the old llinden- before them, despite the desperate resistance also have been captured. American troops. All over this sector I young That, I think i- rl,, ,,' ,aI

,1 I burg lint on the north Field Marshal thut is everywhere offered by All along the western battle front steady progress is being made past- I ret of its success.:
IIl1ig's forces gradually arc cutting
machine gunners innumerable and) infantry the Germans continue to give ground ward in the blotting out of the salient I WCck-Endi Still Popular
their eastward. both north and)
) way units. Combles is now in British before the entente allies. Daily the that has long existed thorp. The
of the Sommo and down Everybody Bcems to ,,.
south putting I enl, ,
-- I hands! and cast of Itapuume, Field, trend of events accentuate the insecurity Americana who took Voormezeole Sunday I I "IU
{ actions although morfthan ,
+ strong counter-oirensive now, even an '
Marshal Ilalif'n/ \ men arc working along of the German lines and l the inability now ore well into the region east I : u
on several sectors they have I In the past, the conclu-, i i
the Bapuurne-Ca nlbrmlI road towards of the German high commandto ) of the town, having overcome the resistance .
: had to cede ground, temporarily. mer season meant tlv "< > ,' of
Le hold back the endeavored
aggressors.Where of the Germans who
Qllicial reports assert that the Rrit- these delightful little pai'.p; I II lithey
/ 11 To the north of this region, Bulle- two months ago great sali to bar their way. A few more 'ow
have the town are one of the i in ,
Ibh captured important i tof
11 (i I court and Hendeeourt on the old IIin- ents projected into the allied front, strides by Haig's men in this region I -l.rea
aI city folk and th, ,,
1 of liiipaumo where for days there hasbeen even \ n' (
dcnburg line both were captured, but these have either been flattened or arc and Armontierea will be within strik- <
) fighting the (Germans: exerting
I bitter the Germans in a violent counteroffensive I in the process! of being blotted out and ing distance After Armentieres it is
their utmost strength to keepHaig'g
forced the\British to the western ,- in some instances tho allies themselves but a step to Li11 i control of
W, men outskirts, where at last accounts have driven In wedges that seriously
I the railways and the high road leading j Hard! fighting has been in progress I
they worn occupying an old Germnn menace the O uociu. I hk
to Carnbrai. To the south the' enemy. between the British and Germans t
trench system" the Germans being With the Marnc and Picardy sectors
British also are reported to have penetrated I were around,) I'oronne, where the Australians
held.Northeast. noviltually all reclaimed: the wings
t' to tho outskirts! \IIIUrt'pM,1: successfully withstood violent attacks t'w'OH.ty: Weave
of Arras the British of the present allied offensive are moving -
and have taken several' thousand
another of strategic value Along and,
t point Veils always suggest! mystery;
are only a step away frm the famous in a manner that bodes ill to the Between Peronno and I.apnume i.
both fddofl 1 of the Somme eastWard prisoners.
..s for the woman who enjoys enveloping
Drocourt-CJueiint switchline. one of the Germans.! In the north, the wing on tho Germans also have imposed . I.
ground has been gained) arid herself' in a cloud! of illusion we have
strongest of the enemy's fortified the I.ys salient southwest of Ypres British but
ti po- strong opposition to the ,
south of IVronne where the river the of the veil in the ultra
sitions which is Rill,) to he filled with gradually is bending under voluntary successor
:' !Lend. sharply southward, the stream the St. Piorrc-Vnnst wood, I.e Trans- smart tulle. This flimsy stuff drapes
44 I forces who intend to tenaciously dispute retirements and l the ,pressure of Field i
has !been. crossed at several points ami) its! capture.Southwest :Marshal Haig's/ forces.' Following I lay and Alliiines Haut-Allnines nil itself so artfully! that it is welcome, .

this important railroad junction out have been successfully carried. for it "half (conceals half discloses" I
of Ypres, in the Jya! salient fall of Kemmel the allied line has, been'

t flanked. the (Germans; again/ have begun moved further forward until it now On the southern end of the front to character
V Since" the caving in of the German; The Appearance IIf heads
withdrawing are being closely) followed rests almost upon the Estaire.s-I.a- Soissons the French have made another
fall of Chaulnes
: line the and 1 Iloyi-
up by tho British. The British IIl1s!!('!!; road, less than seven miles Heads, and more bends! But! why
canal Du
' of the \
'I the French literally have overrun the important crossing
again are holding the important town southwest of Armentieres.! lly the wip- not ? With dresses so plain and severe
southern portion of 1'ieardy, having Nerd this time east of Ncsle, which
f\ of Bailleul in this sector. The withdrawal ing out of this salient tho menace to I in line, some adornment is necessary
reached the western hank of tho canal)
: of the Germans seemingly indicates the channel! ports has been overcome. places thorn well on the road to Ham. to embellish the ruther gloomy aspect I II Ii It
J lt Nord| along almost its entire length
f' u that it is their purpose to blot On the southern wing, north of Sois, the last remaining important junction which is affected with their wear. i
\ mid captured the town of Noyon which, I
w surrounded by hills has stood defiantly out this salient and straighten their sons the French and American troopsare point in the Somme-Oiso' sector, with :Many of the shop: arc showing a variety -

line southward from Ypres. It is a continuing their progress notwithstanding of beads in most attractive designs I I
it St.
from to Quentinand
) for days under a rain of shells., East lines loading i
move however, that I is greatly lessening the violent opposition of the Or, if preferred, one may obtain
and southeast of Noyon other important Fere.
t the chance of a drive during the enemy. The villages of Leury and the ever smart miniature which
positions have been taken and 1 between ---
present year towards the channel portsfrom Crery-Au-Mont: have be'n captured ) slips on a ribbon of some odd and! novelty I
the Vise and the Aisne the FEED OUT YOI'IJ / :
this region. and, crossing the Ailette, a footinghas weave. And speaking of nov..ltywea'I'S
; re. French have overcome the heavy resistance SIX WEEJKI: : I.IEn:
There has been a considerable' increase been gained in the woods! west of many of the coat cults! so pop-
of the enemy and crossed" the In every lot of hogs! on food two or
in tho enemy's artillery activity Coney-Le-Chateau, through which eat ular this fall are developed,) in wools of
Ailctte river.Northwest. three weeks quickly and) actually
of Soissons! whore the against the American troops in tho passes the railroad) line running from less than others.] If all\ would 1 fatten i checks\ plaids IIndroIlKIl"( The good, I FlIrfh'rnnfln tt. uI

Americans are in the line with the Voxges region Several patrol attacks Chnuny to Leon. Largo numbers of like these, the entire, drove would be I looking coat illustrated is just such, winter is not ,suit'' ,, . J I
by the Germans have been ) prisoners have been taken in these its charm the aal 1
'. French in the general movement of stopped by op ready for the market six weeks earlier I having and l smartness< in them. The question
the Americans.AI'STRAMANS. erations. unconscious weave of the material. arises is what I in I '"
clearing 1'ieardy of the enemy, thr-ro I and to save six weeks feed is an item urally
From Arras southward to the vicinity The neck-line is with shawl tim J JmORtconsidernt'hoI
finished a ccssities in. KMM ,
understand.The .
has (been but with the that
severe lighting I : TAKE MONT: :ST.JI'KNTIN of Noyon the British and FI'en..hh'uop" you fully collar of contrasting material which '.
a ?
allied troops having the advantage.Along I 1101thllt fattens easily must bo
( :: IN
: '
Slil1i'ItlSF.1'f"rA'KGermans have made further remarkable gives soft finish to the face. And ,,. 1 n!
t should
a pose 4'I'anti "n I launches condition. The B.
I the Veslo river at in prime physical
and Fismettc the situation is rather ; Rapidly Retiring in FlandersBattle gains, gauged both by the extent of I j A. Thomas' Hog Powder is n conditioner I then for mid-season wear we have the fully prepared fur the \ 'I I -"Op'

t Area Before British the territory delivered from the enemy It their satin suit. Satin is so )lovely to wear are showing some pert. \'y' f I e.4
loss tense than it wan Tuesday and I i for hogs. keeps system
!SUNDAY' St. hands and l its strategic importance for and) still more )lovely to look at. Bat 1', BK
Wednesday, when\ heavy fighting occurred Quentin, dominating) clean and healthy und) enables them to ing little week-end i-a---

f (between the Americana and I'oronne and the angle of Somme river further maneuvers. I' fatten quickly without falling a prey when the autumn breezes blow and, the sides are lined with :all 'I'' 'g.

Germans. Thursday the American has been taken by the Australians!: To the south, where the French are | to the usual! diseases of hogs. The B. crisp air gives us warning of the approach ocssories that one w .I'-l' !! 1\\ ifcin!-

heavily shelled\ the German positions together with Feuillaucourt lying to operating against the Germans along A. Thomas Hog Powder is not stock of winter, we turn for relief to sides, there is ample ,pn *

but the Germans failed to accept their the west. In this operation, which was the Canal Du Nord, there have been food., It's straight medicine and we our furs to wear with the indispensable small articles of clothmir ' rem,

a challenge to u duel. The claim of the in the nature of a surprise attack, violent artillery duels. Seven miles took the agency because' it enables you satin suit. This affords, of course closed it is most convi-m-" ,i- r

more than 1,500 prisoners were taken. south of Peronna at Epanancourt the an excellent opportunity for the intro- .picuous to
h German war office that -SO: Americans to food out your hogs much earlier. carry

$ were made prisoner during the recent The way is now prepared) for the occupation French have forced another crossingof Sold by R. S. Jones, Starke.-Adv.
the canal, and two miles northeast I
Ir of !I'eronne and further important
a -
I is denied) ( the Americanswho
of Nesle they have captured the villageof The Strong; Withstand the Heat of
advance to the east. /
that few of their
assert only a Houy- '-I'etit. Summer Better Than the WeakOld Z
I Simultaneously the French have a
men are missing BUTTON ON THE TOES
t broken down the resistance of heavy Unofficial reports are to the effect people who are feeble and younger/ people
Tho situation in eastern Siberia appears that the British have who are weak will be strengthened/ and enabled togo
German forces along the Canal Nord the out- through/ the depressing/ heat of summer by tak f
toe, somewhat clarified through north of Soissons. The French are already skirts of Lens, the famous coal mining Tells Why a Corn is So Painful tug/ (;CRQV'S TASTELESSchlll TONIC. It purlllea
the disarming (by the Czeeho-Slovaks town north of ..Arras and that and enriches the blood and builds u p the whole system. -
in complete possession of Ju- conflagrations And Says Cutting Makes You can soon feel Its Strengthening./ Invigorating
of all the Russian volunteers who revolted -
are visible behind the Effect. 60c.
vigny and Crouy and have reached the /

d. recently anil took sides with western outskirts of I.rury. lines in the neighborhood of Lens andas Them Grow. -- ----
Gen.; Horvath, the anti-llolshevik lead
I Fighting desperately' to delay the as Armentieres. These fires are For Cramp in the Stomach

'r. The first big' battle in which all allied, forces until the retreating German taken as an indication that it is the Press an electric button and you If you have ever been doubled up
the allied! forces, except the Americans intention of the Germans form contact with live wire which I
legions can bo extracted) from the to retreat in a a with cramps in your stomach, you will
- I took part occurred Saturday when the Sommo and) Snnterro battlefields andplaced this general) region. The German war rings, the bell. Vt hen your shoes press be interested in the experience of
I enemy attacked) but, was decisivelybeaten. office iidmits the against your corn it pushes its sharp
in comparative safety behindthe relinquishment of territory Charles
'i I \ roots down upon a sentsitivo nerve Henry, Oswego, N Y., who
I i Ilindonburg, line Gen. Ludondorff's between Ypres and La Bassee, and l you get a shock of pain. says, "About four years ago when Buffering -
I armies seem for the time being to have' ; declaring that the movement was for from in
: AMF.Hir.VNS: : : AMI\ FRENCH I the Instead of trimming your corns, cramps my stomach
almost checked the advance of the I purpose of shortening the German and bowels I
them used
which merely makes grow, just Chamberlain's!' Col-
I .14
, British, French and Americans. line and that it was carried out without step into any drug, store and ask for ic and .Diarrhoea Remedy. It is by Plies Cured ''n 6 to 'Tr.

Slum| :No Desire| to Turn and I In the south, near Soissons, French the knowledge of the British. a quarter of an ounce of freezone. This far the best medicine of the kind I Chuilete refund money. B leed np:Pnnrudto ';.'1'1,

:. I Give; Ilatlle to Allied\ Troops! I' and Americana are keeping up their Spain is to take over all German will cost but very little but is it Is sufficient [have ever used."-Adv. cur"mil eleeDltitter Itcbln .aland"chln yllpp' oaiwW: ,,"aare.i ,,:AI

I SATURDAY There has been no pressure against the German lines, ships now interned in Spanish porti' asa to remove every hard or roft I thll lint _

I f abatement in the strength of the offensive which threatens to uttlank the enemy reprisal for the sinking of Spanish corn or callus from one's feet. A few

I the Uritish, French and) American position along the A ism1 and Vcslo. ;' vessels by German; submarines drops applied directly upon a tender, : : ''.,,;..t'rtiS
the sinstunt- '0.2'
\ troops are throwing against, the Further north, the French have made aching corn stops Horencs
I ly and soon the corn shrivels up so
Gorman; armies, from, Arras to the region only IOl'lIllCnins in their effort to reach IMPKKGNABI.E: POSITIONS: OF it lifts right out, root and all, without

of Soissons. And 1 as yet there Coucy-I.e-Chnteau and capture the GIVING: : : WAY BEFORE: BRITISH pain. This drug freestone is harmless imlHa fw 'r 1

S is no indication that it's the purpose of heights which dominate the old German Hun Line Are Suffering Smashing and never inflames or even irritatesthe

the seemingly demoralized enemy to positions along the Chemin IV", / Blown\ Frum ,\
r turn about and face their i
aggressors' )Dames TUESDAY-Over a front of thirty is

or to offer' more resistance", for tho North of the Somme battlefield! miles from the
region of Arras to Pe

present than through the activities of proper the Germans, seeing the dangerto ronnl', Field\ :Marshal Haifr's forces 5 Keeps Hogs Well Alt lines of business require Hardware specially adapted IP then :

I strong rearguards.! their entire army in further inroads have literally smashed the German Dr. Wllion'i Remedr. : needs. :
l Not alone have the allied troops all I of the British across the Ilindcnburg front. r.naov.* and 1 prevent. ..., ; n'"tall : I
. tb. kind wYilcn afflict hoc
over the battle front from Arrm to' line southeast and east of Arras, have The southern portion of the famou i It tones up. krrpi. In good condition i We had this in mind when selecting our stock. We carrv al :

> Soissons gained further important terrain massed' men and guns to hold that portion )Drocourt-Quennt switch line, which teed, hastens In liquid fatttnlne form all and lolubl lave. supplies needed by :

t I. but to the north the British haysadvanced of their front secure. Kriti'h has been heralded as the impregnable I (Ivcn In water. every hog .tro... .
" their line materially in the? forces have nearly broken through in I bulwark of the German defense in the or Satisfaction w k. ctti It.Guaranteed har i THE FARMER :

famous Lys 8.t"r-IInd apparentlj t that region, and the danger to thee north, has given way under the violence Unit for yearn with umforoucc THE MILL MAN THE CARPENTER II!

without much effort on the part of tht Germans is not yet over. of the British ... by practical hoff-ralaar. =
v onslaught over it- old under money-back guarant.Sof THE BLACKSMITH! THE ELECTRICIAN :
foe to restrain them.
t I j In the Flanders battle area the Gerf entire front from the Scarpe river ttQueunt attraction. Ask your dru".l \ Ia

r ''I' Of greater significance than any of r mans now are rapidly retiring to their I a distance of virtually ten for Jt.gallon If he can't prepaid upply.for we.rJ. i And many other special lines :

v t' the other victories achieved in Friday'sfighting i lines near Armentieres from which miles, and :Monday night saw the Canadian MookUt tra..

i. "\ ia the gain of the French,, they stormed late in April. :Mont Kem- and English troops who carrie..!l I WU.e. 8011I04 C..II rei... .,.. i It makes no di/Terence as to what your business is. if you need :

I ,, with whom Amerncans are liriprmloi I mel, southwest of has been
Ypres, out the maneuver hard after the defeated HARDWARE, we have it.
i ii
,I,1 r in this general Hector north of Sois-, by the British, while Bailloul, enemy some three miles to thE i

r sons. The latest French official communication . where there was terrific fighting when eastward.

record the capture by the? the Germans were striving to reach Thousands of prisoners have bee JONES HARDWARE :

;' French here of Chavigny, three miles i the channel ports. Is again in thei taken from the strongly resisting enemy ,

' northwest, and Cuffles, a mile and, i hands of Field :Marshal Haig's men. who at last accounts was fighting i Starke Fla. :

half north of Soissons and the entr,r From Bapaume south to the Oise the'I violently as he gave ground towar I L..k Fw eewNwa ,

into the outskirts of Crouy a short t British are now within ten or twelve the canal Du Nord. tlrl.bJ w..aca..arp.yer.r. Q> t.tD.PPD..4. '} 03 At srag' .....f44J'i'!'.tM.. 1


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; ,: helping the Red Cross etc.. and believe WHO MUST REGISTER '

me, if they will just keep it up .
HIS NEW JOB II Soldier Letters.The J what it takes to take the "1'" out of All male persons. must I"'lflltl'r who shall hu\e attamud their eighteenth birthday and shall not have attained t IiI nnd the "K" out of Kaiser their fOI.t '-lI"th lui thd.iy on or I icfove the clay|: set by Ih,- I President for registration. The only exceptionx are: ,:

old Bradford county will do her (al) IVrson \\ ho. prior to the day set for registration l h y the PreMdent Imvo\ regisU-red either under the terms ... .t f \
or the Act approved.1IIIY 1H, P.I17. or under the terms of the '
public resolutions of
By VINCENT 0. PERRY. Telegraph recently received the bit, for I learn there lire a good! many whether called for service or not ; Congress approved! May :20. 11H8. :. '

following note from \V. B. Strickland lirudfrd county boys over hero now. (b) Olllcers and enlisted of the .. I 1
men Regular Army, ollifem appointed and! men of the forces ,!drafted under the '
of Co. E., 151st Infantry Camp Shel And you know what it takes ti> lick provisions of the Act IIpl'ro'ldIIIY 1.1II7.! ollicers and enlisted. men of the :National: Juard while in the service\ of .'j /.

Copyright, 1918 by the McClure Nawspar : by. Miss.: the kaiser or anything else, the Bradford the the- it-nice United! ... States; and otlU-ers\ of the Otlici'r.s' H's'I'1" 1 ,'nli..I<..1 men. in the Knlixted Keserxe Curplthile in .V "tt
) Just few lines let know I of the United States; and
per> Syndicate. I n to you county boys have it. I"!
Assistant of have received your paper twice and You asked me if I had seen Clyde or (c ) Ollkers and. enlisted men of the Navy and :M.iunenph.: \ and olllci-rs and enlikted. and l enrolled men of tho

nit Promotion large/ departmental store manager I It aliwt -;j I sure do appreciate it, for it is just like Knox Thrower. I have not seen them. nnvnl R..l'r\.I-. :.. and _:Marine Corps' .. Reserve:.:..while_ in the seruv i .' .ot the United States. __ .__ ---V___ l,i

seemed, too good to be true to 'i a letter front home to me. Although I was with the first party of V I"I

;bert Campbell nnd fop 13:' mlnutea I Tell the boys buck home not to worry American soldiers to land in France, HOW TO ANSWER QUESTIONS ON REGISTRATION CARD

ftcr he bnd received notification of about being drafted, for a conscript nnd one of the first to put foot on European -
14 advancement he could do nothingut I has just a good chance here ns anyone soil I have never seen anyone "

Hit and wonder at his good luck. I if he will only try to make good. from Bradford county but hope to in AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR REGISTRARS 'f.
Couldn't Carrie be proud and glad. Sincerely yours the future.
to the telephone booth and
I,? he beard Carrie's voice. W. B. STIUCKLANH. Yu aRk,",! me what I was doing. 1 .

topped"I care as for you only. Meet me to. Well this place where I am is a school' IHKKt its IN lil\4 ]k Detailed Information For -i i><> m>t "rl.. ..n. murk or th. .. '.

ileht. I love you dearie and I want Somewhere in France for the training of officers and noncommissioned QUKST10NS: IN: HEll Making Out Ronictritirm, Car I L ,Twim. > iitibtcitIt.seiittruc I I
ou for my own" she was saying over July 22, 191S.! officers in the art of using rr?; | ttt)<. i II., u..t( ?.,.,..%,. Ih.-", .

be vIre.Itoh Mrs. Matilda Loudholtz all kinds. of weapons explosives Itoth Krgixtrurx and 1 Registrant will IMguided by the in" rll.-tion" hervin nuttuim-d. 'I 1 h. Kfgislrur xltould Mudy Vt
put hit! hand to hi* head lie Lake Butler, Flu. etc. In fact you might call it II young Ihem before l{.-gi" rut ittit l).ij. and the lii-i>i>rant whmil.t rend tilt'''' card iiliv nnd prrpan the HIII\MTN, in his muni V
onlJ hardly believe his ears until she My DenrlothcrAs it has been West Point. You know. I can't write. before going:: to the KegiMtriition Tnhle.. '1 h. answer lo Ihe MiicHlion* "hllll| || !h. Ii'n and I Ihe entries I made. i in the nil'm'rit'1I1
order "tnft,1.11 annwrrH will be written on the r tgi'i,: ration card in ink l b.v i lie Itcginlrar. who ..!milil he
wlrh., and then !
a several since I have written
oponted! the snme days youI you very much about the war on account careful to Kpi'll all names rorrt-ctb i and lo a rut' lt>gihl> ,
ho caught/ sight/ of him. Raid : "That I will try and write again. I nm oversea of the censorship! but I will venture
q nil thank you" ns curtly as she now and feeling fine.Ve had a to that we will be living in a .uiK-in . no. 1.
mild 1 and hung up the receiver. But say Registration C d.".... .. I.U...,...
was not deceived. lie had heard great trip coming over and got along I much more democratic world by this! ar I.. ...1..11...... .h.... 'IIV

nnngh.tub fine and I am glad of it. time next year _ _ .-'" -- .-..-.. ..III h. ud. I" I
The country hero is just as prettyas I Indl..I' th. ....*.... iy
"Did, you wnnt to Bee me Bobble can be. The weather is very plena- : A letter written by Sgt. James! B. 8EHI.\. R..jti"tJ'IIt. shall I'a\ I a Is'i-. ..h"h .. d., ,
ho ,nld In the same old way. N Ul: hER\; this. 11I>11 'e blallk I OHIII'I i I :U 1 .
I'gistrair' shall It'II\ .tM" I.
lint here but Davis to his mother, Mrs. A. B. Davis, '' mve he i1
now, everything seemsso
,"So thnnk yon." he gulped. "You : i I. .; 1"IHI.r T : : th i.. .",,,.,. "III" ilsi." ..t H..I.........
finish telephone conorsatlon. different to what is does in the U.S.A. of Lulu, brother of Mrs. Grover Sweat,
bad. better." your I of Staike, and Mrs. J. C. Raulerson 1 STATE YOUR( NAMl': : AS IIIC.\TE1I. SI'El.l.! OUT 1'\,11; NA'tn: : IN l"Ul.l.! !

"1 had finished." she answered with Although the people are just as of Sampson : -- _ _ -- . .. .
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nit showing any embarrassment. friendly as can he, I just can't understand Just a line to let you know I am all tJo'irMtNllml'l) (I\lioltlltl Nllnl<') --(--l.nltNllnw- ----) .

"I don't think you had." lIe turned their language. I can do lots O. K. at the present time. I can'tmention

bout and left br. Carrie looked after of motioning with my fingers, though where 111m. but you have an 2 Thill means where you have your permanent home, not the pllll' \h'rl' you
him In wonder. She made her ha, ha! I have only learned one or idea. Just be cheerful mother dear PER M AN ENT work nor tho place where you were born. unless that II you''pf'rmllnf'lIt hoin...
desk that she had litI'ri'pareti to give it this way: "100) \Voo the soldier HOME
bark to and about ADDRESS
", don't
your "
two French word worry
ay \llch., or "R. I'" U. N(). 2, Jonesville, Smith County, 1'0."
occupied for th* first time that day. How is everything in Florida ? boy who has gone over for a great U .. ,4
"nave you henrd nbout Mr. Camp- Lovingly your son, cause. I will return to you some day No; .kit:.;;j K. I" I;:I 'CIlY1';' 'I -t(';;,nt y i -- ;ii.t.; .:I- U

1>cll'i promotion. Mlsa Aldeson?" the JULIAN LOADHOLTZ. -then it will be home for evermore. Pt ..}
who had charge of Carrie's old DATE OF BIRTH I
counter asked. "He I 18 to be assistant Supply Company 110, There is but one thing last night I regret and 3 State your age today in YEARS 4 If you do not reim'inbpr the year, start to answer as you would if some ono V 1
Promotions seem to American Ex. Forces. I lost my pocketbook only. Disregard the ndditional asked "
rnnnmrer. you your lurthday, us "Oct. 12. Then say "On my birthday thin ,
lave cone the rounds." i had all my pictures in it. I haven't a months!! or days. He prepared, to suy year I will be (or was) __u years old." The registrar. will 111I'nII,\ in the I.
"Thnt Is! splendid for him" Carrie The following: letter is from Private single one of any of my people. Don't "34" or ":'fS I ," not "3 I years, ::1 i months." year of I,,rth. This may be, obtained by tho registrar by subtracting the agoin }I

TplnImed In dellcht. "111m so clad: James Cecil Adams to his aunt, Mrs. forget to send me some snapshots for or the like. years on thin yrar'it birthday I from 1)18.!

for" he has worked hard for promo :Maggie Johns. Private Adams is a I want them. . _ h u_ I 1
( Month) ( Day) ( Yenrt"
) .
Starke the last' letter will I
tion. boy, who did service on the This will be you
TVhen ,she was left alone Carrie begnu :Mexican border, and then went with get from me for a month. It's hard i ;
to make excuses for Bob's cold- the first expeditionary force to France. but just keep the "home fires burning" I RACE 11t i
ness.''' He was filling his role as asslitnnt I I will
France, July II, 1918.)!! until my return. guess
manager. My dear Aunt-Your letter of spend, my birthday on the water. Just' WHITE I; NEGRO ORIENTAL '|'J
hour arrived no Bob ap- I
When noon
Cnrrle waited for nearly half June 17th just received and you ilon't think your soldier boy will hetwenty 5 If you are white, the registrar will, you are u negro the registrar, If I
penred. Blf you are an oriental the registrar J
send word
know how I did appreciate hearing old. You can 7
an hour with\ her coat and hat on before years place a check (V) in this space place n check ( V) in this will place a check ( V) i In this", > Jspace
the realization that he waS not from you. and to know everything is to all that I am oft on my "honey nnd proceed to the determination of splice and proceed to the determination I and proceed to the determination! , \ M

coming came to b(>r. So Bob had let getting along nicely at home. You moon." your citi/rnship, leaving spaces (!, 7, of your citizenship. leaving spaces 1 li, of your citizensbij), leaving spaces 5. : *j
his promotion come between thl'm- asked me if I get the Telegraph. Yes, Your soldier< boy 8, and, !II blank- 7. tI. aim! !0 blank. I 1 I n.! K, nnd !9) blank. I

she had to acknowledge It to herself. I get it every week and I it is worth JAS. B. I>A VIS. I INDIAN 1- j
She' was! not good: enough/: for nn asslotnnt many times its weight; in gold to me.I .
manager's wife. It was hard am very proud to know the people Keep something growing on nil the Citizen t :..1i'

to credit, Bob with such an ungrateful of old Bradford county are so patriotic land. Bare soils leach away their fer _ _ ------- ._- -.- -- . . --- - Non-Citizen '* } ,
spirit for he had nlways been so kind and are doing so much for the soldiers, tility. The farmer loses the crop he 811 >'.ou. tire (i citi/en Indian< horn in tilt United States, the l'I'jtillrllrill I If you are( II non-cili/.en i Indian.I i <,jboin ;
nn.l considerate. The little home they I in France und the freedom of the might have grown, }besides! the \nlua- .. a chock ( V) in this space' and proceed! to space I 1C;, leaving spaces 5, 9 I in the I United I i States, the regislrar I 141,j
ban planned to build 1. with the garden elements. li, 7, *(, !U). H1'. 11 1-: 1S.:! iriiml 1 Iii blunk. An Indian, burn ill the United Stairs! r will i I I place a heck ( V) In this, ,3,
nfl, rose hedge hud been almost real I whole world by buying Liberty Bonds LIe fertilizing is. a citi/cli if" ((1)) he, or his father, or mother prior to his birth} or before hi-\ attained spanand "proceed to Kpnce 1 Iii.; li-aving r;'*

hut nrpnrently Bob had forltotten.n I i I the age/ of :lil I I. was alinltiM I i land i or iect i\ed i n patent t I in fee prior p to :May sp.ices 5. I I., 7, X, !9, Ill. I 11 1 PJ, PI.: II, V
assistant manager would he able" to 8. lMli! ) ;; ((2)) i if l.o was'" iti lot tvl lllInt i Hutmciucnt'| to May 1'1. 1 IHDii! mill,,I n cc.i ivcil II tutu Ifi lilnnk' An Indian boin ill tho v 'j f al I
patent in fee to his land ; I.'!) if he was,; resuhng I the old Indum i ,I t
afford' more thnn a little home SO-LDIER Ti-inloiy on (Uniti'd, Stati-s; shall i IM classed, as a n,," '
<1 figure In Ao'I(>ty. The manager: : SOUTHEASTERN PLEASES Munh ::, IJiOlj! ( 1 ; ( i ) I if i he I lives i s(pariite. and apart from liis. trilie' nnd, has adopted I tin' habits of civilised! life.
wee past middle age nnd In time Bob inn' of the rl.ixscs; desi rilied I' i in xnac<> K. % .. \ .

would, probably step Into his place. I 1 'f] d !
heiress thepresident's FEASTIN
Then he could marry an I KING AT ROYALTY PANCAKE ''
f f
pretty daughter/ or someone '
c I I I 11"..:>1 lit J A "HIM ;
: die equally Impressive. Bob was Native Born I Naturalized :N\ll H\l.I/VI10' V IIH-'IIHK: .'Ii 4
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han.loomp. nmbltlous nnd progressive. Y. M. C. A. EAGLE HUT IK.ISII\N: f.S \JllllirV
I He would be n big man some day and IfJ I'' you aie a nativ-I>orn citiz,'n of the United States, the 1 nif 1 you arc II nat :
their little love affair could really mean rcgihtrar will place a cheek ( V) in thin space, ni-d, l'r'"i, .. liti'ij I citi.rnol I O If you/ are n citi.enIt :
nothing: to him. That she was pretty \to.i'' Hi, leaving hpaces' 11, 12 1\.11.:\ I end 15 "III Ilk. I If >" well did M..II\ liorn i in the United Ste tea, i including I Alaska and I I Hawaii I i I the r'leilll'lIrViII j I I j ( I lur, your inothri's -
ambitious and 08
progressive!: Whatever i yon I ii'I a flit I iso-born ii Ii zen of the United i I I Statc.s i irruspi-rtivi1 a dieik, ( VI) -lllll.// natiirali/atiiin ill cute
not enter Carrie' mind. 0' th I .. c i iti/.cnsliip i I of your \parents. Any inhabitant of Pmlo I Itico l spnei- and ".'.".. >'oiir" father" died. ) 1 lifforo> I
she had, done was to Increase her snvlnc m S uh. 'A .ts a Spanish, subject on April, I II I 1 PHHI.)!! and 1 v\ho resided, in Npaci* I Ifi t;, haing you ,IItllI": "'" )jour majority 'JII.
In order to help nohVh..n the { I'' I Uii n on that date, and continued I I I to reside< t thiiem. until I i I 'Ml', PJ: 1'1.I I II I 1'11".1'I I )lie i 11.ti <1 1"lii' will place I a 1
tlnn cnme for the little home As Carrie *k. frlffrZfZSE* *ij.*& "\n) I II.I lillli! ), is held I to I lie II citi/.en i I of Porto,, Kico. except !41 ii'lt I lilank. Noil are" II milurali.i'd ,'hei.k | V I ill t tins spiifii J '
realized that nil her dreams were *! & wv I 11I1> '.I.mlmitiei of the Spanish peninsula, who I'lerti'd I to |I"'c'- I citi/.i'M' it'" >'IHI, and 1 1"(1'd to space' i ti(;,
shnttereil she burst Into tears. I V t their i ulleginnci I I / > to :Spain: on or before. April, i I II I, I!9o0( l hy have i'iii Pi'tI'l, youi I li at log spaces, I III I II I I 1:1.:1
fly the time the lunch hour was over ''I .M. u ileiluration befona ii ourt of record( , of their i decision' l j natuialixalioii, I that $in, I I I. and l I l.'i: blank.' Tim iluldn .
"ho bad dried her eyes nnd was tmslly -OJ. Any nti/.rn i of Porto I Rico, as! aliovu delincd I, and any I if you have "taken out n of pi'isons who have '.
working at her dealt, when the assistant '1 of I'orto I Rico, who was,; temporarily absent from I the Island/ liiial I P11 I'"'""! ." I Kill y"u liccn duly naturali/ed, under i
hi' JIJ p II I II I I IHiiu!!! ami has sinre ri'turniMl, and i ii't a citi/i'it nfMin'ign are not a citizen if you 1 the laws nf I the I I'niledStales I I
manncer Hindi appearance.Hub of the Ii" / country, i is held ti,> ,be II citizen fIr the United, :-aul".1 hll vi' only I declared your I being' ,ii iii ii'r lha
started ns he rniight sight 'I'd I hi1 did fli-rt to ,retain hn / ,
not polilil'ultlltU. hy making intention" to I."i.i'.iiii'" II age of 21 al the tuna of
new head of the department. ,1 i le .ition under( oath of his ,dfcision to do, HO within six nmntlisu ( ,iti/ (II I that is. if you tin1 nal I uIiiiIi/.lIt inn of I thc'irpnrenlM .
"I beg your pnrdnn. I did not know :March i ) 2, P.M7.! 1 1 If you were born aliroail, you are xtill i I I n citi' i iV have only i "I ii k i'n out I IIi lire, if that you had been promoted to this the Unitcil :States: if your father. was uciti/.i'ii of I the Dint rat |jia|litre'') ; I in thi' I tI... United) States luforoattaining
desk' he said In a reserved tone. >.. .it<'p. ut the turn1, you were born unless you have expatriated III U.',. rase you are II I i I t their- niajoiitiiiiKiilirrd i /, ;
Carrie did not look up. I I ,elf. di-clarant. I us i ci tizt'us 1
"Will you please prepare a report '
Xlvlnjr: detail of the girl: In your department -., ALIEN '.q

nIl to length! of service and I

nlnrles they are now receiving.' I __.,. .. ..'j t". Declarant NontJcclarantI .;
.. .1. ..
would cities made also like hy monthly each saleswoman.reports" on the In I r ."" '.:r, ... J'.. l 'r.-l "" .i O II you are u ij''..l l.irunt alien I I the ngisI -1 If you u n' u nondvclarunt alien, the registrar will place' ;ilieck.' : : gI j jf

.. '- .:. (. ,. .. ). )'(.' I M t trar will i I I ,place, a check ( V ) i in this space I" f l\"'> i in HIM I space and pinicnl to nmi; '"i- |I.>, li-aving spaci'ti/ I HI),
future. :Miss A1 '"
The "Miss: Atdeson" was! too a. 1 '. I ind II blunk.! You arc a declarant if, uI- v. iilun! one of I tic' classi's ill' 'si rilied. ill spans 10 1 II I I 12: and Pi: nnd
for Carrie."I King George and Queen Mary saw how American oorn-cnJtes were th .K!! a citizen or subject of some other' coun .1 ri not an Indian.i i Jn other winds, i you are a nonili-clarant. alien I ify.ii
will mnke the first report. :Mr. how American 1.1:\ yu }have declared! before n natuiali/.iitu an' u titizi-ri or subjt'ct nf >!.,ou' olhrr country, than thu Uniteil, I
fnmphcll," she said IcilY. "but yojimnst made and also sampled them. No' only that, but they saw a,. ,ri. I.1lour intention to "c./II.. a citizen, of thi'I .,I tali's and have not drtfaii'd,I lu-fori' a natiirali/ation I i court your mtintiin -
speak to my successor! about the I fighters conquer the delicacy Here ) OC .SIM- royalty emerging from their I mil, ,.il l :Stntes.: This ix referred, to as "taking I to l.ii'unii' a iiti/in, of the-" I'niti'il:, ,, Stale-, that is, have not
monthly report for I am to give my first encounter with the favorite American breakfast delight.: It would almost mil_, 'ust, papers., "liikrn' out first ,,,,,"'r!!." .

nntii'ii, tomorrow night." I seem they were viewing the :.Marlmand, 1 Sail',rs as though wondering 'Ihl-s need bo answvrdiunly by duclarant und nonit'cI utrutit aliens I liemi: lot'" r I that a ,"'I'Il11'IWt is not yet II rita U

"" ohI are to he married I presume.Ml If this Is the food on which they grow; so liuskv 1 15 I /t'n of the United 'tiiti., I If you aie nn ,alien of either rljiSH, state th" iiiinii: '" "1 your country, which the regis- .
I I Ins! King George missed thA best part of the recent pancake treat at Ion- .i \ mr country in whiin. you' wire or.lin.u ily a resident 'liofoiu proceeding, : to the 'Cnitei, ) States which will I lie written
"Flow tiara you Insult me." Carrie don Eagle 1 Hut-he didn't turn 'mi personally, Kveiyomel siIn doIng It I in |I'' in-nthosis after the niiine: of >,onr countrv I as Sreiit' Hritiun I fScotlnrdi I ." I In the ia"e of ieimaii or .\iu.t"ilitutI ifj;
fliikhi-d., 'F" It not enough to slight: th. I P, -. Alsatians, 1rrluun'r4. and, |I" r nns, nf liki-, "- political: status t the I i"> iristrant' may answer, "Pole! l'Ialllll.I'h! subject)
nn\, n. you have because you hiivehwn cow, putting' nn extra: edge, on their ai'potiies by 'tnaniiiul.iting' flipper f i.i' i many or Austria" or., "Alsatian >"I iirni-d in subject of (n.! .u iruiny" ;",
promoted; nnd consider yourself The six Y. M. C. A. cok..bkerl: were on the verse of prostration after not n riti/eu of the I niled :Mates; . ol Mfe

:Ih\, .,. your old friends, without tnuntIn serving 6,124 American .soldiers and sailors with pinenkes In the first flf- C hut nation are >IMI a ('ili/,'" or sublet I ? _ .

-' me. No : I nm not going; ; to bemnrrled teen d.iy-s'rush on this pet edible. when a but secretary bud a happy Present Occupation Employer's I Name

becaU'e I have been silly thought lie Induced the pancake (lends not only to bake I heir own. but _. .___ ___,"_ _ .__ _
enough, ) to waste my affection upon a demonstrate with the butter and turner for their hungry buddie Thm means ymir pii-Mit oicupation/ trade or ".employim" 17 If you are working for an individual l.whith l. t
them. I also! 10 1 16
\ worlhof .
"an that was not : the reiri'tiai will enter in this space. |1101I"t I.idwhat" linn, corpoiatinn' m, assoeiation" stnti- its
nm leaving: because I refuse to work The Idea went big especially as the "Y" retails two man's size cftken with S,. I '.,nee ,did n >r} :: '. < II.IM. done moist of the time, I n, .1,r what you name. I If in busm- t t'1.111 l<', pri>fession or f'm.t -
'miliT nn assistant. .' : manager who I 11 appropriate maple syrup| both for Hlxpence '"'.. filled to do. Jsmiplv state what your job is IM'.IM': ;I I \ N I O\V. nlo.vment for :youi\ 'lf ." -tuit i'. I If you are an of.
nut n eentlemnn." 'f"' lirielly ns "f''irnni' ," """tI'r," "student," ''r"' ( on fiirm. fleer of the State 1,1. I ederiid, (jovernrnentuy
Hob's! cheeks were scnrlet. "I low A Tennessee boy male big' hit with King George when the latter 111 .llmg, mill in ;.n.i'itu'' '' i'1'. sign. or other factory I "machinist. in, whether your olln.. I 11 under. the United' Statin: ,
cnuld you expert rae to act differently. strode Into the room where the royalty was assembled -I. .,.."nubile 1 i factory." i i' I II I %<.u hold I an office under :Stale: or '. .. h'rutl :State, (countv "1"1 Iii lii ii'j juitli,t y. Th," registrar
." he said. "when I heard you con- I .,.\ rnment name Un-, "iln" i. yoU hold. will mnke an ai| |"r f'"".ln r your love for another man over "They tell me the king h here" remarked the Tennesseean "and I .
the telephone this morning rant to shake hands wl itt the head of this beautiful country" 18 J Place of Employment or Business

"How dare you-" Carrie began but The king the Tnnesi boy a hearty handshake and Inquired' 'i'Iiimeans. when,' v''u work live the number and name of street first thin ,''v or. town then county an I htute; or -
of understand gave then then and state The registrar will, make the entries VVI
stopped with a gnsp K .IIt./ number lir-U tlwn. county
Inl of !I" she as to the tate In America from> which he came. .. #
: how silly
"Oh Bob you - -- -
cried as she rummaged through her I IN :)-- (.Street or 11.:F.'): No.) ( City or Town )) (County:; ) (State'; )) f

dosk for her order hook. "Here It Is : --- ----

I wn* giving an order for some popular GEORGIA MAN GASSED AT FRONT 19 If you arc married and your wife in living h'r n.imishould. lx !stated.

song for the music counter. That I If you are single or your wife i.s l Is what' you heard I" Name renam are-t Mood relative. If you an not married and have no blond relative, thn 4 V
"I he laughed. "I of close friend ..houltlt", ntated. The will make the
was an Idiot. (By Delayed Cable from Chateau Thierry Front with American Force "' n registrar entry. ,
have been unhappy all morning overIt Nearest -
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too. It all the pleasure of In France.-Th" Rev Daniel R. Kennedy Jr.. formerly of Savannah: Oa, -
spoiled Relative In stating the a
IUd )
a Triangle worker has been
my promotion. The minute J.was notified given honorary mention for having displayed I 2
: U the city or town, then the county nnd' state; or R. F. I II. number llrnt
of It I thought of yon and the Joy splendid coolness and bravery when gassed In a "Y" hut during Address then post office then county and state. The registrar will make theSi'oT"R. entries

the new* would bring to you. We can a German attack In France. He Is now recovering and has written back I II ..... __.__ ___________u. ______....____ ...._______.....
build the little home any time now from the front "I guess no one Ia afraid to par the price It neceu&rJ'" I- (No.) ( F.'ii.) (City or Town) (County) -(IState)
dear and we ran 'ave a rosa badge
the first year." -

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; NEW:: RULES:: '( SALE:: OF ---- _-- -- ---...
I Durden is home again pounds of standard wheat flour. When tration accepted for general service' serving in this
Mrs. A. A. WIIJAT'LOVn:: IN FLORIDA great war. }h',t :
r f Bradford County Telegraph lifter spending two weeks in a sanatorium rye U used in this proportion or in a will be under arms by June 30, 1919. I inspiring memories which hundred' !

in Jacksonville. greater proportion no other substitutes The manpower bill makes no specific thousands of them will cherish
t' From rending the following new ,,, ,L
'; Published Weekly, and entered aa second :Miss Emily Huynes, who has been rules it wil Ibe found that grits rice are required. If less than this provision for separate classification of years to c.ome. of a great 111) *

i, 'f" clams" matter at the poi t-oflice at quite ill, is rapidly recovering.The I and oatmeal are no longer wheat flour proportion of rye flour is used the dif eighteen year old boys and war department great service for their luau: TV. ''n''silt' got'
many friends of Mrs. W. T. ference between such amount used and plans for their treatment mankind. <
Starke Florida. substitutes. Also it will he seen that
1' =-- - Saxon regret to know that she is quiteill there is not now any limit fixed by the forty per cent must be made up of have been made on executive initiative.Will "By the men of the older ..c",,,
1 this other substitutes. Apply old "Work or Fight" Regulation '" :lOW
\ E. S. MATTHEWS..:: Editor and Owner. at Food Administration as to the per capita called upon, the opportunity ?".?
i. :Miss Eva Williams returned Friday Rule :8u. Bakers will,be required to 'J
ed to them will be
J. C. ROBINSON, Associate Editor.:: consumption of wheat flour. However accepted, with
evening from Jasper where she spent use one pound of substitutes to each Although the "work or fight" clause calm resolution of those t tin
; it id specially desired and requested who '
6 a week with friends. four pounds of wheat flour in all bakery which would have affected striking to the full the deep and "ealizt
that all consumers purchase solemn
.: ,' 1918 SEOTEMBER.f t9I Major L. A. Odum spent the weekend Ouch flour In moderation and products, including bread except workmen was taken out of tho bill be cance of what they do. lUvins"i'k'1118,

" at Hope Hall after an extensive Class :3a crackers, in which only ten fore I'"stage yesterdjj', Provost Marsha a place for themselves in malt
practice economy in its OH*. In case th"I.,r
: business trip through West Florida. per cent substitutes other than rye are ) General Crowder has planned to tive communities "esPff
t the general public should prove to be having: assumed
Rev. W. T. McGuire filled his regular required apply vigorously existing regulations home the *\ II
3 5 wasteful or should fail to economizein graver responsibilities Of
;. appointments at the Christian 13. The use of the name "Victory"will relating to idle men or those engagedin in spheres, i*
its use, more drastic regulations many looking bad
I J J'f w 891011121314 church Saturday evening and Sunday, would be put in force. be allowed for all products con- non-essential employment to the honorable records in civil and ,miim.upon(
both and evening.The forming to the above of
morning These rules are published with the proportion newly registered men. trial life, they will realize as
fall and winter term of the substitutes.
The President's ProclamationAfter others could how
IM617 18192021 hope that all may read them carefully, no entirely their
Hampton High School will :Monday Revision of Previous Rules ass
open the consumers as well as the dealers. citing the law and stateing the fortunes and the fortunes of all

'I II'r I 2 2322526 Sept. 30th. The trustees earnestly 1. Effective September 1st, the 14. Previous rules permitting licensees regulations for registration, the president's they love are put at stake in the whoa
' that all prospective pupils millers wholesalers retailersand War
I, request Food Administration has provided for proclamation reads us follows: for right, and will know that the ",

." 2930 be prepared to enter then. the preparation and marketing by the bakers to a thirty days supply of "Fifteen months ago the men of the I records they have made render then eri,;
Mrs. J. N. Strickland and little flour
changed to
are permit a sixty '
manufacturers and tradesof from to thirty-one new duty the commanding
distributing country twenty-one
/ .. .. .. daughter, of Tampa, spent several day supply. duty: ol
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1I X the country of a mixed flour, com- of age were registered. Three months : their They know how
,1 1 We note that some of our exchanges days here during the past week, the 15. The rule limiting sales by retailers Ul'f'iJ
this is the nation's
that the War Board plying with the international policy ago and again this month those who I war, how mpera.I .
are Buying guests of relatives. of wheat flour to ofa '
j. ((20 per cent substitutes and 80 percent one-eight had just reached the age of twenty- tively it demands the mobilization
I aid f
J has placed restrictions on newspaper Miss Ethel Watterson returned to barrel in cities and of
one-quarter a
J 'r This is only wheat), which will be available I one were added. It now remains to include ,I massing of all our resource of even
circulation to save paper. after the
Starke Monday spending barrel in country districts is rescinded.
'I for purchase by private consumers or all men between the ages of i kind. They will regard this 11111 as the
restrictions were I
f t9 j indirectly true. The week-end at her home here. 16. The rule limiting the sale of
I ICuI. call of their
. households. eighteen and forty-five.) supreme day and win!
\ 'i made to save coal. It is already apparent T. G. Futch and family of Lees- flour by millers to wholesalers or III-
2. Where straight wheat flour is swer it accordingly.
Jt must be taken "This is not a new policy A century -
that great tare burg were the guests of relatives here wholesalers to retailers in combinationwith
' I\ to conserve the supply of coal. Other. during the week. sold by retailers at the same time 20 substitutes! or certificates there- and a quarter ago it was deliber "Only a portion of those v\ht, reg''
will not be enough to meet per cent of other cereal flour must be ately ordained by those who were then I ter will be called upon to bear
wise there Rev. L A. Rawla will fill his regu- for, and the rule restricting the sale of arms
i .' the country's need during the coming lar appointments at the Baptist church sold co-incidentally. seventy per cent of previous sales are responsible for the safety and defenseof I Those who are not physically fit *jn

I winter: next Sunday, both morning and evening 3. All baker's bread shall contain rescinded. the nation that the duty of military be excused; those exempted I U ales

t 1t11'f f, - 20 per cent of other cereals, and households 17. Manufacturers of service should rest upon all ablebodied allegiance; those who should'" not hey-.

,i \ The "home paper" is considered so Willie C. Hunt has moved I to town 1 shall mix at least 20 per cent of and wheat breakfast alimentarypaste foods are men between the ages of eighteen lieved of their present responsibility:

I important to the.happiness and morale and is comfortably located in the Hicks substitute cereals for all uses in tV> limited to their normal consumptionof and forty-five. We now accept and above all, those who cannot be spared

,I I of the young men in the army that cottage. Mr. Hunt has accepted a po home. wheat or wheat flour, with the un- fulfill the obligation whfch they I from the civil and industrial tables at
the "Home Paper 4. Corn meal! for the use of cornbread lished estab-I home which the
what is known as sition as apprentice section foreman derstanding that they are not to unduly an obligation expressed upon success of our
Service of America" has been organized with the G. S. & F. railway.Mrs. should be purchased separatelyfrom extend their ordinary national statutes from that time armies depends as much as upon the
to put on foot at once a movement W. C. Hunt, who has been quiteill wheat flour, so that the sale of tion of wheat. now. We solemnly purpose a decisive fighting at the front. But all must be

I to see that every man has his home is convalescing nicely at this writ corn meal for corn bread will not victory of arms and deliberately deter registered in order that the selection
18. The rules the
;. j paper sent to him. The Telegraph has ing. measure against or be used as a cover prohibiting startIng mine to devote the larger part of the for military service may be made 'n.

I been asked to put the campaign on in F. E. Henry, Seaboard agent has ing for wheat flour under the percentages of new plants ready for operation military manpower of the nation to the telligently and with full information
l to July 1st 1918. rescinded.
\" this county and has consented to do 110.J" moved with his family to- the Young named. I prior are accomplishment of that purpose. This will be our final demonstrate of

\ Detail of the plan will be given later.In residence on East Main street. 5. All mixed flours conforming to I 19. When millers sell direct to con- "The younger men have from the loyalty, democracy and the \\111/1 sir
i J" \ the meantime it may lie stated that :Mrs. Monte Crichlow, of Jacksonville the percentages named and in accordance sumers they shall obey the same regu- first been ready to( go. They have fur- our solemn notice to all the \vnrlii sat

the plan consists of receiving contributions is the guest of her father W. E. with the following regulationsshall I lations as apply to retail dealers. nished voluntary enlistments out of all we stand absolutely together In.i >m

.. 4! to a fund KuHicient in amount Hutchcrson. be labeled "Victory Mixed Flour" J. E. FUTCH, proportion to their numbers. Our mil- mon resolution and purpose It 'ncjjll .
to for the subscription Relatives and the ingredients in the order of County Food Administrator for Brad to duty to which truinan
pay Middleton: has recently purchased itary authorities regard them as hav-
t of the young men should be, and iin Empire seven passenger auto their proportion and their percentagesshall ford County. ing the highest combined combatant! in the country will respond witl, ands

$I doubtless will be, first to subscribe to mobile, with u 00 horsepower motor. also be plainly marked on original qualities. Their youthful enthusiasm, and with the consciousness that ''o.

I : such I a fund, but there will doubtless ._ mill packages. Such mixed flour The Commonest Generosity. their i virile eagerness, their gallant ing so he plays his part in vault nor

3.- be a great many persons who will be IU-I:; NOTES: must be milled in accordance with the Some men are not only auger tc give spirit of daring make them the admiration -I of a great cause at whose ,ummery '1.
:t Kind to do this direct service for they standards of the United States Food the devil his due but tiny Insist, on ,
.: of all who see them in action. true heart otters its uprem
', boys in tamp and trenth. Under the liming, Sept 3.-:Mr. J. L. Underhill Administration. adding u fat bonus It I L': tliu Lord They covet not only the distinction of I vice."

r \\11( new postal regulations the postage on and family, of Pine Level att'n.letlpra't'r G. No mixed flour (except pancake who usually Ituili collections poor.-
Houston 1'ost.
flour) shall be made manufactured
abroad I or
a copy of the Telegraph sent meeting here Sunday night.
I, will cost about CO tents per year. The :Mr. and ;Mrs. Moore and daughter except in the exact proportion as out- :MEN BETWEEN' : AM: .13; 'Ii) J +++++++++++++-M+++++++++++fo+++tM.,l.>+++++++++++*+

1 'I\ publisher will take cure of this and the :Miss Annie of Ft. Myers, who have lined below: REGISTER: : SEPTEMBER: 12th.
paper will be Rent to the soldiers at been visiting their Ron, J. D. :Moore, a. :Mixed: wheat and barley flour

;t" t 4 the regular subscription price. and family have returned to this sec- shall lie in the proportion of four (Continued From Page 1.) i

pounds of wheat flour to one pound of
: }, tion after a few days visit with relativcH immediate arrangements for mainte-
;, ,,{. mlwoIW ITEMS:: near Starke. barley flour. nance of registration places on that iI More Farm
I h.lixp": I Rusls
wheat ,
and flour shall Machinery
{ ---- I :Mr. Colonel Crosby and wife left corn "
,, Bradford Sept. !!.-;Mr. T. U. Kd- 1 :Monday for Jacksonville where :Mr. contain the proportion of four poundsof date.All
wards and, family attended) church lit'f' wheat flour to one pound of corn men within the new ages whether -
for to
Crosby went to try n position
New Sunday. (flour. citizens of the United States or not,

; ;\ .Hope Sunnier Andreu and sister, J"slilimihe \ 1 111' do L.his L.bit Conner for the of government.the Vanderbilt section c. :Mixed: wheat, barley anti corn must register, unless they are diplomatic I Out Than Is Worn Out

al'vndL-d church nt New Hope (lour shall or consular representatives of
I contain the proportion of
visited at the home of A. L. Jackson I
tiunday.s 'I Monday: afternoon eight pounds of wheat flour to one foreign nations.In .

Grandma 1 tax tor is on the sick list I .r. H. Johnson left for Jacksonville pound of barley and one pound of coin I case of illness arrangements for
this week. flour. tardy enrollment may be made with
Sunday. His family will join him soon
Hlandie Andreu is visiting relatives d.Jixecl: wheat local boards and men who expect to be I
:MISH end rye flour shall
:Mrs Jim McClcnaghnn; and childrenare not that conclusively prove that suitable; sheds ;
and friend, in Stnrke this week. contain the proportion of three poundsof absent from their homes may registerby
in few
expected to move a days to
.t f, 3a, Virginia Edwards: was the guest of. 1 Jacksonville, wht'I'eIr.. :McClennghan wheat flour and not less than two mail sufficiently in advance that the :$:: for your implements would be a good investment +

.I I I I.'at! Andieu Sunday Afternoon. has secured work. pounds of rye flour. registration record reaches the board
? Your
farm tools cost these ;
: I c. Whole wheat, entire wheat or by September 12. If a man has no money
visitor :Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson, of'j
\Vhitehouse are guests at the home of graham flour, or meal shall contain at permanent residence he is to register days, a lot of good hard earned money, and to leave ;
Andrea left for Jacksonville least 05 nt the place he is on September 12 and
C. M. Tuesday !J per cent of the wheat !berry. +
A. J. Jackson It has been
to attend to business returning since these brothers have many seen years each 7. All of the above Victory :Mixed: those out of the country on that date them in all kinds of weather to deteriorate is surely ;

r, home Wednesday.J. other and it was the first time he hall Flours may be sold without substitutes arc required to enroll within five days not good business management. If you want them to |

C. terry was a pleasant caller seen his father, Mr. !Rufus Jackson for but at no greater price from the mil after their return. 1

t at the home of Mr. J. V. Edwards thirty years ler, wholesaler or retailer than is now At least 13,000,000 men will place last one third longer give them a good coat of paint, !

t Sunday evening. :Mr. B. E. Newsom of Saxton was a charged for standard wheat flour. themselves subject to call for war servne then come in and let us figure out not how much but
; C. W. Edwards and wife attended caller here Wednesday. 8. These regulations supersede the under the new registration it is t;

.. a'f church nt New Hope Sunday. Our protracted meeting was enjoyedby 50-50 rule. The retailer selling standard estimated, although those without dependents HOW LITTLE a good shed will cost you.

Seeber Newsom was the guest of all who attended. Five new members wheat flour is required to curry in good health and otherwise

7 1 Sumner Andreu Sunday. were added.' in stock either barley flour, corn mealor qualified for arduous duties of n sol-

s Mr. Wesley Burnett was a visitor at corn flour, and with every sale of dier are to be taken first.
Mrs. M. J. Fouts is visiting her
the home of Mr. C. :M.( Andrea Satur wheat flour must sell a combination of Youths
niece, ;Mrs. B. E.: Newsom, near Sax- in eighteenth year will
I day.Mr. Ili ton for a few days. some one or more of these in the proportion be placed in a separate group, the war QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
Sumner Andreu and sister, Miss of one pound substitutes to department has announced, to bo sub-
Elam:: Lewis and A. L. Jackson visit-
a Blanche were visitors to Brooker on each four poundsof wheat flour. ject to special educational

!:'!} Saturday.Mr. ed the home of B. E. Newsom at Sax- 9. No denier shall force any other and will not be called until the program supplyof Headquarters For Building Material

Ii,> Brinkley Hayes was a visitor in ton Monday.M. substitute in combination upon- the other available men in the new classes -

our section Sunday.Mrs. 1. M Crosby and family visited (consumer and these substitutes must (I Is exhausted. This does not mean

t fj. M. Andreu and daughter Will Burney and family Sunday.All conform to standards fixed by the United that their calling will be long deferred,

.' Fay, visited Worthington :Monday.Mr. come out and help with our Sunday States Food Administration. however inasmuch as it has been I

I C M. Andreu and wife were school. We are going to organize: 10. In localities where other sub- nounced that all men in the .1n-j,
new +I I I t I III t. .
I iiini I 1 1 i I M if Ht-++fni iiitMMiiiii I 11+ +
of of
guests :Miss Tave Andreu Brook- the school next Sunday morning.Life. stitutes are available, which retailers

('r. Sunday. may wish to carry in order to meet the

1 C. '\'. Kihsards: and Seeber Edwards:: local conditions, the following flours -

1, were visitors to Brooker Saturday.Mrs. "Young man there Is nothing worse may also be sold l in such combination
T. II Edwards: the than high 11V( low salary said 'in lieu
; was guest on u of the above rules, if the con- r
'f I a of Mrs. ,V. :\1. Harrell Sunday. the wise iiiaii who Is nlun.vs giving mi- '' sumer so demands, at the ratio of one

ey: ;Mr. W. M Harrell and family attended vice. "Oil I Jon't know" replied the pound substitute to four pounds of I YOU MAKE MONEY l
young mm i who knew n thing or two I
I f church at New Hope Sunday.Mrs. wheat flour. These additional optional
\ himself "It's no worse than low Ufa I
Wade Ilamll \ nitcdVorth- on n hlifii lIuhlr-Florhltl Times- substitutes under this rule will be: 'I
in ton Monday.Mr. Knttir
Union. flour milo flour, feterita flour
Minor Roberts was a business and meal rice flour out flour
.- l peanut I But Do You
visitor in our community :Monday.Remember o .4 ma s 4 !, . flour, bean flour, potato flour, sweet

a church every second i pototo flour und buckwheat flour. I

Sunday. Everybody come. 6 STARKE 4. 11. Pure rye flour or meal may be SAVE IT?
.: Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Hampton, 0 sold l as a substitute but must be sold

was a business visitor here Monday. in proportion of at least two poundsof ,
t F. &; A. M. Bradford Lodge No.
35. Meets every second and;* rye with three pounds of wheat

HAMPTON NOTES fourth Monday nights. flour. I
.1 12. Farmers certificates after Sep-

hampton, Sept. 3.-No news items L O. O. F., May Lodge No. 10. "I tember lilt will be rescinded in the I The time may come when you will) wish you had some of the

from Hampton for the past three S :Meets every Tuesday night. state of Florida, and under this ruling money you are frittering away today.

;" weeks. Correspondent has been laid no further certificates will be allowedor
It is
if but
easy to save, you make mind to do
up for repairs. M. W. of A., Starke Camp. 9 will be required for purchases by up your 10.

0. K. Prince and family of Tampa, ** nesday Meets every nights.first and third Wed- ** farmers, or for transmittul by retailers Make the start NOW by opening an account with u*.

spent several days here during the + to wholesalers in compliance with

week guests of relatives. 4W.. O. W., All Friends Camp these rulings.
Miss !Mabel Seals spent Friday and No. 138. Meet every second and '* Rules for Bakers I

't.,' Saturday in Starke, the guest of Miss .. fourth Friday nights. Rule la. The consumption of wheat

Audrey Johns. flour in bakery products not to exceed BANK OF STARKEState
Miss Evelyn Seats entered the 4. Union Chapel Camp, No. 536, *> I 70 per cent of the 1917 consumption Is

sy Starke High School this week.., + meet every first and third Friday: hereby rescinded. I

Mrs. Mervin Rawley, of Green Cove nights at Union Chapel. J. A. Ellingrton 4> Rule 2a. Wheat flour substitutesfor
, Clerk, R. No. 1, Starke. '* County and City Depository_
t Springs, is the guest of her parents bakers remain as heretofore with

Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen. 4. Visiting brothers are cordially. 'the exception of rye, which will be a STARKE FLA.t"

,,' Mrs. Minnie Hodges-Knabb returned invited to attend these meetings. <& substitute when used upon a basis of .

'w+ Sunday after an extensive visit with A 8I. not less than 40 per cent, which is two '

I relatives at Moniac, Ga. I. t t'432474.04.44134 + pounds of rye flour to each three I



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Mr. and :Mrs.! W. N. Murdaugh ol Mrs.: Jessie Lewis 1 daughter of :Mr.E. : rr-- -

Thonotassassa, came up Wednesdaj II. Douglass, has returned to her

for a visit in Starke and are guests homo in Jacksonville after upending I

Bits of Local 'I. ''Ii at :MrStewart's boarding house. several days with relatives.Mr. I
: Cameron Fralick of Providence,

HeF. Scott spent a few days irStarki' passed through here Sunday. r xKNIGHTS

during the week He was er' :Mr. Pennl: Thomas attended church
route to his home at Arcadia aftei at New Hope Saturday and Sunday

'spending several weeks at Clayton, :Mr. Bud Dubose, of Worhtmgton' ,
c-_ Oaf r...,.. >>...,.,.... ..04Ty Ga. His friends will be pleased tc passed through here Sunday after MILLINERY
".... S. ... c..... ..., r_ ,
know that his health is greatly inv

I proved. :Mr. Scott thinks highly o1 noon.Mrs.: W. II. Fengle is confined to her

\. d n Clayton as a summer resort and say room with malarial fever. Her many I

Miss: Cassie White spent Friday ir I A glance at the casualty lists and I :Mrs. Angie Sternberg: and :Mrs. Todd I friends wish for her a speedy recovery I

Jacksonville. you will ask the privilege of contributing are greatly enjoying their stay there. I I :Mr. and Mrs H. C. Peeples attend You are cordially invited lo seethe i

to the dinner given by the local ed Sunday school at Sardis Sunday.Dr. of

Mrs: G. W. Brown of I.awteoolS Red Cross, Thursday, Sept. 12th:! -Registration Mrs. A. :M. Andreu and :Mrs Geo. E Witt, of Providence, made a pro display

J visitor to Starke Saturday. Day. Andreu, of Starke recently visited :Mr fessional visit here Sunday.

1\ and Mrs. Walton Alvarez: of Jacksonville tKE FALL HATS '

606) cures Bilious Fever.-Adv.T ;Mr. J. W. Andrews, Jr., and family and Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Andreu {'IWSB\' 1 NEWS: \ ,

arrived Saturday night from Albu and :Mr. and Mrs. C. L. :Moitt, of Dins- I

S. Forsyth of Brooker was a bus querque, New Mexico where thl'Y; more. While at Dinsmore a fish fry; Crosby Lake Sept :M.-Mr. E J. Saturday, | September 1 12th. ;
to Starke !Monday. :McRae, of Waldo, was visiting "relatives ,
|m. ,visitor have been spending several months for was given in their honor and a boon- ,
the benefit of Mrs. Andrews' health. teous spread of fish and other goothings in this. section Sunday. The new Season's best offerings

i c Roundtree of Hawthorne was : to eat was enjoyed in the wood Mrs. Mamie Luke is visiting at her I will be ready for your inspection

li, guest of N. T. Ritch last week. Our line of Palm Beach suits willie : Mrs. Walton Alvarez :Mr. Ira W. An- father's home, :Mr. P. B. Bryant, this '

closed out at very low prices) dreu and Miss Lawrence of Jacksonville week. l

Fruit Jars at Cash and Carry Store Stump's. motored out to enjoy the fish fry. Miss Louise McRav: of this section l
.- was the guest of :Miss Kathleen Underhill
!Little Miss Ruth Poppell spent last Little :Miss Ruth Sternberg has re BAPTIST CHURCH Saturday night

I week in Gainesville visiting friends. turned home after a visit! of two Mr. J. L. Underbill and! family were KNIGHT'S MILLINERY

months with relatives in New York The funeral service of Sister Sassei visitors hare Sunday! and Monday.Mrs. I
:Mr\ and Mrs.! R. L. Crews, of Highland City. She was accompanied on the was held Sunday morning, taking the : W.I.I McRae: i is! on the sick list

[ were visitor.* to Starke Saturday trip by her grandmother Mrs. S. place of the regular morning service this. week. I I j[Starke, Florida

I Sternberg, of Gainesville. The pastor preached in the evening tan < :'olrs.1.: J. :McRae and children span i J :

attentive audience. Sunday at the home of Mr. Walter Un- i
666 cures Malarial Fever.-Adv.Mr The Bradford High School A
I County There will be the usual service flex del hill. I
numbers among its out of town pupilMiss and evening, to Edmondson who has been i+!
: and Mrs. G. W. Thomas of: i Sunday morning Mr.ilt'y
I visiting relatives in Starke : : Evelyn Seals, of Hampton Robert which the public is welcome.W. gone for some time, was in this section 14 r.I' .
Stuart, are
Demorest, of New York, Clifton
G. LAW, Sunday afternoon. FI .
land vicinity.Mr Brown, of Lawtey and Alvin Wasdin Pastor Misses Sadie and Ola Bryant visited

: and Mrs. A. M. Pettit of Ala of Graham.Dr. :Misses! Eva and Louise McRae Sunday; v I

Ichuu were guests of relatives in ALVAREZ :NOT A CANDIDATE afternoon. -
Powell's Chill and Fever Toni .

I Starke Sunday. for sale only by Mitchell's Drug Store At the meeting( of the council Tuesday SUGAR FOR CANNING:: c AND ii

Full line of fresh garden seed. Cash Price 30c. night A. L. Alvuiei filed a reore. (PKESEKUNG: OF KK1IITS. .:'IT. COFFINS CASKETSAnd

Jand Carry Store. !\ t to K- ':e hi'' r."ma left! oT the off' ] I a full line of t aUndertakers'
A. B. Shaw deputy internal revenui .uil i hailol for the election to be hi'Uni [[ Gaity To the Public: '

:Mrs\ W J. Epperson had as her ,, collector with headquarters at Gaines T::zed":;. Friends of :Mr. Alva I have procured an extra ullowanie' Supplies

{ vio"k ,end A'uei'tIrs.: F. D. Andrews, vine, was a business visitor to Stark it : hud! li'i' >ii H t)' tit inn with the (coon ,'II i of sugar for this county to be equitably Automobile hearse ( ;
I uf S'" ith Carolina. I :Monday. ;Mr.! Shaw was recently appointed cil uhki..ff that his name be printed or Tonight "Iris," a Pathe Gold! I Rooster distributed. among: those desiring Always on hand. The best service
to his present position and hajj play in five parts.' at the lowest price. Special' /
--- I the ballot us a candidate for marsha to di homo canning for family use, nut
Mi and :Mrs. R. S. Humphrey had five counties in his district. and, tax collector. His request wir Saturdiiv mirht a five partVevten for mile. attention to telegraph. orders. # +
and Mrs.: Geo. full of thrills. Mutt: and Jeff
,. Mr. !
'' '<>k end guests: picture
.1 granted: by the council and this leavesMarshal i If application be made to me l"y mail Embalmer '
[ \.- .,' -h, uf Jacksonville. :'11'. and Mrs.! 11. :M. Snider and two< : Kite without opposition in hi- Comics.Tuesday. Registered
for for home the njipli
little daughters, and :Mr. Snider'mother :!! re-election. the last" part of "The :Mystery f
,:.;., .ores Chills and Fever.-Adv,. all of Kf'rters'illelarylanl.: candidacy for Ship") will be shown. Other good: cunt must stati' plainly: ''l UcWITT C/IONES'
I 1. The kind and. of fruit to
quantity Starke Fla.
arrived in Sturke last week :Mr.! Snider I'. IK MEETS: WITH MRS. \\ EEIO: pictures' ,
MiA. I). Andrews and daughter,. has purchased the Mulligan placon < Don't forget "The Beast of Berlin" be preserved.) -' 9

Mi Walter Graham, of Raiford, were I the Sanderson road und they wil Wednesday afternoon the W. T Friday and Saturday, Sept. :'JOth! and :J The 'quantity of sugar: needed

',."is to Starke :Monday.rh i be permanent residents. Weeks Chapter> of the United Daughters 21st. Admission; 25 and f>0cL I for the fruit.i I. 4 1 ; V.

of the Confederacy met at the : The quantity of sugar lined for

;.tii.".-iville's- W leading Fielding: :attorneys, SI'| ,! ,one was of Iumr A summer sale of I ladies: and children's home of ;Mrs. R. A. Weeks. The president I A S SI F I EHADVERTISING canning: and preserving in 1018.I. DAVISAgency 1 1 1I i''
I the ,
to Sturke Wednesday., I hats. Worth $3 to $1.50, going :Miss Amelia Ray occupied *-* I. The iiinntity| uf sugar used for I
chair and :Mrs W. J. Epperson( octet \ that purpoHi hinco June( 11(1( H.
for $1.25 to $1.98 at Stump's.K. i ( Est. 1886))
seed the Cash am! us secretary.As ---------- -
at certifuntewhiih
Fre-h garden: - I issue. a regular: sugar 1
Store. I has l Gil this was the first meeting sine RFO1STKKED: :) :Male hog for serviceN. ,, the dealer in purchasing 1
Carry N. Andrews! who been at may use

mania N. C., for several months i i"", the summer vacation of two month .. B. (Hull.. -.. ---- .- sugar to replace t that sold upon INSURANCESTARKE 1 1i
Mi and ;Mrs. B. I';. Newsom, Route I, spending/ two weeks vacation with the Chapter had considerable. busini<. FOR- -} SALE' -- :--Carage; ioyd tiade.Best such ceitifitate for home canning 'In I

:. .i i .t link son at heir home. The i relatives in Bradford county He wil I to transact after which plans for fu. location in town. 1 Reason, sicktus that way the stock of sugar for genernl : . l ., ,,

?" V r man arrived on August: 27th.M go to Florence S. C., at the end of hi(", tine work were laid with much enthusiut.m. t in family. J. B. Cowart tllrk(.. l consumption/ will not be' reducing. l by> i ..
I Thc October meeting will In'
----- ,
vacation where he will be empoye< --- l.iime ciinninir.
0. Matihell: and family have held! ut the residence of :Mra. Jos. E. --- ---- t( r
by, the Giles! Lumber Company FOR $ALE-Klondyke strawberry' f. I E.: FUTCII.County ,
., ,I home from (Callahan where Wilson.
!'hints $2,50/ per 1,000.) J. S. firmer! Pood Administrator: for !lirml, 'J
-- -
rela- -- ---
'r'i \ 'i"| iiit several weeks Sri D0.'lt.I'OIiNDlealies (! .. ford .
Keep the home fires burning. Rill ClW..S SHII'MKVr:; FROM .ti 1'.. Itiooklyn Plat County. - ----
T that soldier boy l gets' the ham -----.--- -- ---- --- 1
your - -
paper in order, that his interest i in ':: black. an tin coat Indigestion"A '
i urea by removing the cause home may be kept up. When the lea Hampton( and Lake Butler have sad Owner may have same by describing few weeks ago 1 used! a dottle of ; ; COMPARISON V'y

'I i ( olley came down from Jack- is over we want all of the fine young!: sent in to StarKe Red Cross Headijuarters nine und paying for this ndvertisemint. I 'hamherl.iin's Tabl'tsI'n! I was '. '. :' tanywrison, bud' r1'el1'1'11

"'n. 't'<. Saturday evening: and sp nt fellows who have gone into the army;; splendid :shipment of readymadi having a bad spell, of indigestion"
a ,
\ \ as to price and iiulily' c>f our
'ti dny with his mother, ;Mrq.V.. A. to come back here to live and developour | articles for our soldier boys. Below The tablets strengthened my donors
SALE-I II acre farm 1H acres'' 1 stoke line of
,diet resources. we give: the list of articles: tutu" toned up my "system' generally
New shipments of fall hats are being Hampton-:H7 wash clothes 55 comfort under cultivation, in the Watenmksection. They are easy to take and most elfeitual : : GROCERIESYou

MrJ.. E. Maines and son, J. E. Jr.., received at Knight's Millinery Es. kits 10 pairs!! underdrawers, 2 bed .J.\1.: Norman. Luwtey 8SOtfTAKEN : ,, (," writes Mr*., D. S, Dart Skanea i IU" '" -mutt have tthorn.
of Luke Butler were guests at the tablishment.Mr. !5 Fla. "les N. Y .Adv.EDGAR .
jacket, 8 undershirts, 11 (pair sucks 1 dAfter
home of Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson - -------
sweaters. -- ' andprices '
marked under conipurifiu cur goods
;Monday : J. M. Dubose! and, family art ; UP-One hog
Luke Butler-70 comfort kits, 10 undershirts fork ear aryl, . wild. other, when you
swallow one
bit and! EYES
back home after month's will(
a stay 1 helmet
10 underdrawers other Owner may i I KNOW why we I,uve co leer
;Men's wool anti cotton bathing swallow ear.
friends and relatives in the western TestedJACKSONVILLE.FLA.
1 muffler 11 pairs Rocks, (5( sweaters the hog paying damage and Optician : : MIKE'S FRUIT S7CKE
suits it Stump's.Watch get by
of the county. During his stay;
part ; 1 quilt made by little girls from six A. J. Johnson. r
for the sign of the Red Cross! :Mr.! Dubose superintended the building: to fourteen years! of'aIel'. advertising Broken L.."'... Duplicated, ++++++++++.++++++> n i tn iMm.
of nice home for Dudley L. Cly ._ .
a new Sams Day &.a RccicvcdW -----
and will the place to get SALE-One 5-pimsenger Ford
you find your att on the old Clyatt homestead in the :MRS. LUETfA SASSER FOR Sfucidiz*on flail!Order-We Pay Pk>tU&. : Klein |Recommends ('Iminbcrluin'tf i ,
dinner Thursday, Sept. 12. Prices! rea touring car. New top newly painted \ 140 W FORSYTE er
!Ft. Call section. Liniment
sonable. and in first class condition. Will .
Mrs.: Luetta Sasscr! was born i In -- --- "1 keep" a bottle of Chiimbcrlaln't f,
cash. E. E. Canova
sell for
Professor T. J. Poppell who is classed North Carolina April 15, 1809.; Sh< cheap For Indigestion' Constipation or Liniment in the house at all times and
Parker II-f-tf;
Misses Maude and :Marie Stnrke. >
have extended for special or limited military duty, was marired to ;Mr. Dan Sasser October Biliousness have used it fur years It will relieve! ,
returned home after an
left Friday for Roswell New :Mexicoto 21, 1885. She was the mother ol of chickens. 'U I Just try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS I iheimmtic pains quicker than anything I r ,
Four head
visit! with their grandmother at A\Tr-U-/lO:: : WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid DiKentive
report to the commandant of the nine children five "girls, and four boys Gush Deptutment I ever lI f"l. I have also rerommendi'd f
Oaks. N. C. cents cash paid for eggs Laxative ,pleasant to tiiko. Made, and >
New Mexico Military Institute. Hi Three girls and one boy have died Store Sam l Rosenberg. It. reconiinendid to/ tho public by Paris Medicine it to my neighbors und friends who

'"'ifi' contains no alcohol arsenic! nor will probably be a member of the faculty letting two "girls, and three boys. -. .---.--- --'turers of Laxative Promo have used it MiucesHfuIly writes Mrs. g''
other poisonous drugs.-Adv. of that institution during: the coming Mr.: and Mrs.: Sasser moved from FOIL) : S.\LE-o; cl) secondhand shin QUIIIIIIU und Uruvv's Tasteless chill Tuuii. N:: M\. I Klein, Chilhiothe' M(..-Adv.I .

school year. Georgia; to Florida in 1J0! So They had gol..". J. S. :Mercer, !near city park. i.i
Mr and Mrs. Perry Dover have returned lived in Starke ten years. :Mrs.( Sas- 8-'iO--'t:
SL irke. r.M\iiisirv: :; ()/' TLOKIDX I F.OIt11)H1'1'/ ( 1-: (OLI.IXJi: ; l,1I'Olt :
home after spending several Now is the time to paint up that ol< per hail been a member of the Baptist '

W""kh with relatives in North and car; doll it up n little and make i it church for thirty years, in good amrtgular I FOR SALE:-60,000 KlonIYkt't"'I'ry ;;;:;- Mililnry Trininjr! I.JlineHVllle I1nd..rrmy Ollirt rsI I HOMKVTalluhnsseo: a

South Carolina. look like new. We have the alittenamel : !standing: and at the time of plants $2.50 'per 1.0OO. J, FInnett "una tn ArlH and Krlt-nct'ii, Aicnetiltiirf. f ivil -,: Mm r. ,10) nt. fr.m JB Klorlilii" rnuntlrn and' 17 S
that will do the work. Quigley :' her death she was a faithful member Butler Fla. H-3-eft:! : ,I < Kl.clricnl: and' M<--ehnnlr l Kim': -,,,." t''IVJS l -l"l. ,.1 l sal. Inrlu.llnv HiimmirI
Luke .
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f..nni/' Law 'NiK-lu-nT Collo"ru"" "" fmk I" ) Short) (cmnitp Writ' ftl mini for ,
!F A. Scott loft Monday: for Jacksonville Lumber & Supply Co. R30tf. of the Starke }llaptist: church ---.--- -- .--. '> ml, for CfttJllotfA. atnlnu J
where he has accepted a position! I On Sunday August 25th she under. FOR- ': 1\:; I.E-21 head of good: ) mules\ ,; .\. :.MIIKI'lIltEE.: Trenidcnt. 1'/lW\1t1J;/ <:ONUAIlI. I'rcH.dfiit U

with the Southern Drug Co., wholesale :Miss! Emilie Spink, of St. Augustine. went a critical operation and on the ;.I limber carts! and harness (I J. C. !,

druggists of that city. arrived Thursday and is stopping at following Thursday she passed! away.. Sweat Starke. 823tf.

;Mrs. Stewart's private boarding house She leaves a husband! three sons and -------- -- I
r>r. Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic ;Miss Spink will teach the third gradein two daughters: to mourn her loss. FOR SALE Horse, with wagon and DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS II II '

for sale only by Mitchell's Drug Store.. the Bradford County High Schoo! harness! Will sell for $HO, or will I I

Price 30c. for the coming term. :Mini! Ruth Spink MILLER: trade for good milk c"w. QuigleyLumber I I I IL.

accompanied her sister and will be a & Supply Co. H-'IO-tf.: arid while you are thinking of insuring 1

A most excellent dinnrr for a good student in the High: School. :Miller, Sept. 3.-:Mr. J. L. Brown : your ,properly it may crumble !
cause! will be served by the local Red made a business trip to Lake Butlerone FOR SALE-40 acres of land about 1
into ashes, (Forewarned J In forearmed I

Cross Thursday Sept. 12. beginning at On Monday Mrs. W. J. Epperson and day last! week. three and one-half miles, from I

1-: o'clock. Prices reasonable. :Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson entertained their :Mr. Albert Miller visited) relativesat !St' irke near the Starke and Lawtey ., und the time to think about

guests, Mrs. F. D. Andrews, of South Jacksonville last week.Mr. public road. Inquire) of J. Poehls i 1 a fir.Is before' It happens. A few I f

:Mr and Mrs. Louis Clark, of :Mulberry Carolina and Mrs. J. E. :Maine and : Barney Thomas attended churchat ri-: ;; Burley Ave, Chicago/ III. i 1 dollar spent upon un insurance I II

are visiting relatives in the Wa'eroak son, J. E. Jr., of Lake Butler with a New Hope Saturday and Sunday. 895t. I poll i today may !bring in a whole : ; r
section for few weeks before :Mr. J. Bielling, of Providence wall I
a spend the day and forty-two partyat lot "f dollars tomorrow. We will : lrr
going' to Jacksonville to reside. Kingsley like. Swimming, playing' in this community Saturday.Miss FOR SALE-In :Marion county several '
all fenced; five ,nature you in a solid company at t
forty-two and a bounteous spreadwere Kate Douglass/ who has been acres land, I'
<>fif5 cure Headache Biliousness, the features of the day. teaching at Lawtey spent the week- room house! ; born, some fruit trees; .low rates.
Loss of Appetite or that tired aching end with her parents :Mr. and :Mrs. E. suitable for grove trucking or farm. I

'"< l ng,due to Malaria or Colds. Fine II. Douglass.Mr. Can make your. money back first i. iWJ.Yt1w.
Tonic. Mr.: W. C. Keree, a well known /
-Adv, of the Guilford section was a via : Eugene Douglass has been confined year on crop cotton Also two loU

itor to Starke Monday. In conversation to his room for the last ten days in Jacksonville, seven hundred and JOS. E. WILSON i ii
Tuesday of last week Mr. N. with a representative of the Telegraph with fever. fifty dollars. Box 51, Worthington,
Ritch Jacksonville being
motored to Sir. Kerco said the boll weevilis :Mr. H. S. Miller made a business Fla. t
accompanied by Mrs. O. J. Griffin. Ethel '
and Owen Griffin Vivirette Floyd i doing !great damage to the cotton trip to Dukes Thursday.Miss Ills Oalnln flat hoes not ..,feet tile Ileacaee.u.e . STARKE FLORIDA
his section.' This report comes! from : !Mabel Drown and grandmother -
and Miss Nannie lowell The party in o'lt. toole mn<\ 1..11.. .a ct. LAXA.TIVP.
and all parts of the county and it is now Mri. C. M.: Clyatt have returned aaoaro YVI-fI:>4P.I.bcU..rth... t.din.rr.1'
afire Mrs. W.guests J. Griffin at the until home Wednesday ofr. af. believed the yield will not average home from an extended visit with r:105: .."...In..ties..1 '. 3.D".,+umMr the. lugs mean.w. I

ternoon. much above 100 pounds to the acre. friends and relatives! Tifton Ga. ... Sr thr .nrnwre at P, W. rnnvg.! air


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: institution scult'1 r- I II LAW TRY :NEWS' :'IiOTI'-: | :Mrs' J. W. Edwards and
of the borrowing -
'i 111I;: \mn NORM :-nT.\lJO'Ii; : I out ; Starke, spent lust week here with l i "
of the far
,! by the old obligations
which loans Lu\vtey Sept '1-:Mr, and :Mrs. Boyd parents, :\11'. and :Mrs S. J.
I and cattlemen to MILLIONS OF SOLDIERS
situation at morn
l'rJ; .. The army worm ID present made the borrowing in.tOj'ether and sister :Mrs. I.u'yIott! were visit :Miss Eva Warren is spending a
Mr. have been by
:,;. relatively quiet, ns reported by ing friends and relatives in Lawtey i days in Palatka with relatives. ,,, ,, ,
by the brood stitutions, with any security '
i Frank Stilling Damage combatted taken for such obligations. SWARM Y. M. C. A. NUTS Monday.Mrs. Miss Violet Chapman, of :'

.1 of worms which were being I I : VV. A. Colloy and little daughter spent the week-end here with I l" "
recently by the State Plant Itourd Lois, of Starke, were visiting relatives Kirby Smith. !Miss Chapman :
J 4 other organizations seem now to be- SKPTKMHr.K; : POtlL'IRY :NOTESGrowing : Annual Report of Southeastern De.
j in Lawtey Thursday. again teach school in Putnam :
;' 'i,':' i over, and while young worms of the partment Reveal 38,866,980 Boy. Eunice and Cecil Whitehead, spent / :Mr. E. F. Hardee made a I '
I'' I" {. making their appearance chicks should be looked after In Camps Crowded Buildings '
i' :"''I. next brood are now to overcrowding the week-end in Starke visiting rela- trip to Starke Saturday.Mrs. :
to form very closely prevent -
m still too early
it tives and friends. They report haying A. Snider and Miss
: K.
I estimate in to how severe the As the chicks grow larger they (!)y U Porter Moore) ,
any had a nice time. Raulerson, weie visitors to
by this brood will be or as to need, more room. Crowding the growing Atlanta, Ga, August 25.An attendance :
i damage :Mr. J. II. :Moore returned home Sun- Friday ,
the measures taken willhave chicks, more particularly duringthe of nearly twenty times the population
,. :\ how vigorous. night, will not only have a tendency of Atlanta swarmed happilyIn day from Alabama, where he and his Mr. and :Mrs. A. K. Smith are l
I to be.Owners wife have been visiting their daughter -
in Hawthorn
l' f ing their parents
1 of castor bean f fields... should l lI to create deformed specimens but Y. M C. A huts in the seven
i Mrs. C. Y. 1Iayo.Irs.: Moore remained week.
f for the reappearance will lower the constitution to such an states of the Southeastern during : i,
', bo on the lookout, not only camps
tt I t i 1( ,d' of the army worm, but for extent that the birds will not be profitable the fiscal year July 1, 1917, to July weeks to continue her visit for a cou- :Mrs. E. F. Hanleo and Conday ,

the nppcinancc of gray-mold fungus, for layers or breeders.Too 1, 1918: according to the annual ro ple of longer. turned to their home Sunday.
.t{. Thursday a surprise party was given -
;.t.oI which will CNIUSCas much, or more, much stress cannot be laid on port Just issued here. have been visiting relatives in
to :Mrs. Solomon Cline, well known
damage than thp army worm. This overcrowding during the lute summerand In other words, soldiers In the Southeastern resident of Lawtey. The surprise, sa for a few days.

j.1 i fungus! which attacks the spikes or early fall months. In n few nights cantonments to the numberof Grandma 1'.1N11EliBLVanderbilt .!
plans were engineered/ by :; ,
seed pods, if left alone will entirely nil the good work done since hatchingcan 38,866,980 men wrote letters In the I Cline and the children, Oliver and ,i ,

# .' destroy the beans, especially if the"t be undone. "Y" army and nary huts, read literature i ,
i \ Oneida, with the assistance of :\Irs.Alfl'ed .
and Upon there and joined In the religious Sept. 3.- "
weather remains clamp rainy. The care given the flock at this time who taken into
i, of the disease services and entertainments held In was filled his regular appointment at ,
N. W. San-
the first appparam-c profit or loss Dr.
moans a the
their confidence to complete ar
the Red Triangle buildings which dot Vanderbilt church
Baptist '
"t; \1 the Heed, pods should be removed from born, Extension Poultry Husbandman military reservations In Georgia Alabama rangements. At three o'clock the invited and .

the diseased, plant and burned, in order to the University, of Florida, says: The and Sunday.Mr. '
i Tennessee, the Carolina, Mississippi friends began to gather one
to prevent the disease from further three important points are fresh : and Mrs. Jim Thomas, of ( i
and Florida. by one they kept on coming to the sur-
1 spreading.IJOtS air, fresh water and clean quarters.A It Is easy to Imagine the mountains prise of !Mrs. Cline-then came the refreshment sonville, spent last week with t \,
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1 -- and relatives, returning home : >
little care should be taken by the I of stationery the Y. M. C A. providedIn committee with the punch
': ,J operator to see that all water vesselsare ramps the Southeast whenIt and cookies and the cake with the can
IN: :-;1'1'1TOT.I.S: 3.995: Is stated that soldiers
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: wrote
clean and kept in the shade.In dles, which were finally lighted, giving :Mr. G. L. Snpp is very ill at
I 889,002 letters In the "Y" huts. Tte'Red

. "t\: 4\ The total enrollment for boys' clubs every instance where eggs are Triangle workers also made out I I a very pretty effect A general good writing Mr. Leon Conner and sister, I

work in the state this year U 3,995, the ends Bought after, the pullets $2,463,744 worth of money orders for time was enjoyed as well as the re-

as reported by G. L. Herrmgton, boys' 'should he put into winter quarters as the soldiers, most of the amount beIng 1 f I freshments. Mrs. Cline was the happy attended church at Heilbronn !

club agent. Practically every county noon as possible.!' Pullets that do not sent home to relatives. recipient of cards, gifts, and loving Messrs. Levy Norman and Leon .

'I in the state has an increased number show a vigorous growth should be separated Educational Work Featured congratulations for many happy returns -I

ti" and the movement is spreading to every anilmarketed or eaten. An egg The "Y" alHO provided 4,005 educational of her natal day. The surpriseWas r-_ --- __ ---- ___ __

f. rural section of the state Corn, laying ancestry should not induce anyone lectures with a soldier attendance to have been given on Wednesdaybut

!. t, peanuts and pigs are the three crops to keep a bird that has not strong of 1,291,243 The educational was postponed to the following i

all of which are staple and can constitutional vigor. This point we ; glasses of vailous kinds aggregated day on account of heavy rains.

v\ grown the Florida would like to emphasise. For eggs, 64.813 and the attendance was 978- Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwin and fam-
be average MEAL PER POUNDWe
t \ produced on AND GRITS 5c.
1: 1\ farm. The combination will bring meat or breeding pen, constitutionalvigor ,I 045.C. A. numbered Books circulated 764,710 and by educational the Y. M. ily have returned from their summer

, : i : about a revolution in Florida's agriculture \ is the foundation on which everything clubs formed among the men were sojourn by the sea and their many
else is built It is not necessary friends are glad to see them home
Florida selfsustaining -
and make
649 Physical activities when figuredIn
sell Meal and Grits (home ground) at
ro' concerned The to have expensive, equipment. The again.
r !! as far as food IK statistics! amounted to an amazing
l/ pig' club seems to be the most popular farmer who will raise the right number amount. It Is estimated 3,683,350 participated Mrs. Louis 11. Hill returned Monday 5c, per pound

with the boys this year, while the porn of chickens the right way will be In the various physical", activities : afternoon from her trip north and reports I
;, club membership Increases each year paid well for his trouble such as baseball track and field having' had a splendid time visiting Lard by can 25c. per pound

1,1.28 buys scattered throughout FlorIda A small flock well taken care is bet meets, baseball etc. I her brothers in the training camp Meat 28c. to 30c. per pound
1j The spectators, the majority of them at Columbia, S. C., and the camp at
: are raising pure trod pig*. :Mostof ter than a large flock neglected.
soldiers, at these physical activities,
Green Coffee
:Macon, Ga. 16c. pound
sales for goodbreeding per
the f finding
: hoys are The and
same common sense ability are estimated for the year at 5.6J6-
:Miss of Lake Butler has
tl. / stork among their neighbor used in running other brunches of the Douglass, Dry Goods and Notions are priced in pro-
318.The been added to the force of teachers at
I farmers, and in a very .short time the farm or a business can make the poul- resume (jt religious, activities

'\ Florida razorback, hog will be ns much try flock turn from a loss to a profit, "shows, that 3,464.451 persons attended 'I the' Law toy school and has made a portion

hogs were religious meetings under "Y" good start toward success in her work
of purebred 16.46S
a curiosity as and in no way can this ability he usedto
live auspices In the Southeast, that 21,288
\ years ago advantage than with the
i learning to farm i Uiblp classes were formed among the :Miss Loca Johnson has once more
These buys arc growing flock the layers of next'
egg I
'r with attendances ranging at returned to take her residence in
[ t and grow feeds, they have been taughthow winter. soldiery up OVERSTREET & ROWE
r i i that 221.232: Scriptures were
to keep the pigs! healthy nnd theimpo1.lnnce 395,348, I Lawtey for the term of school She ,
Culling' can be done all through the distributed, that "1'" workers had 157.- is popular in the community and is
rl and use' of the hogcholera I i LAWTEY
year but at no time is it more profitable 533 personal Christian Interviews with I well liked as a teachrJ\ r many I -
t tieatmontTwo than when selecting the layers. All soldiers, that the boys made 43,093
houses, in the statehave friends are glad l to see her back again.Mr. : I
packing Christian decisions and that 72,693
the smnll should. be culled
weaklings E. J. Roberts and d"ulChteria: ,
been elected in the past twelve signed the religious war roll i I ._ ._
t I out at will be the -------------- -- -- -
they \ --- -
once as ---
Nellie, have returned from their trip =_: =
months. Hogs used in these packinghouses The attendance at the social eventsof : :==
I dueers. It saves feed, gives the other I Ito:
,, must be fed on the corn nnd. the Y It!. C A was", phenomenal I the mountains. They report having
birds more room, allowing those that I attending spent a delightful and
the 3,713.609 summer
peanuts grown!' in Florida. Thp peanut I during year
( remain to become more vigorous 8,190 entertainments The attendanceat have apparently derived much benefit
club WHS% started early last spring I I I
i and the number!. enrolled is 21H.!>< With At this season cockerels should beI the "Y" movlo shows was estimated from their vacation. Patterns

a the present, prospects" > this club will undoubtedly selected for next spring's breeders and. at 4.873,530 for 8,222 performances, The Saxton people are notified that t'' McCall :

4 show u great increase in, pi iced by themselves with plenty of I services will\ be held in the Saxton i

I lHi! !>-even greater than the other( .'i run if possible None but strong vig- Ii i! IN: IE IOIU.\\I: :Methodist church Sunday afternoon at /g ,,

Tho total enrollment for nmeplliineou"nnd oious specimens should be, selected. :1 o'clock.\ Rev Alfred Evenden will\ can be patnotu
The laying hens should, be over Sister Clem Crosby' departed this: preach YOU
1 farm makers clubs; i is !913. gone the of material \ '
I I birds life :Slay 11, 1918.) :She; was married to use
- --- --- very carefully and not :Mr. J. II.Randall has returned from

J'' W.\1e i FI'Ii\'Ii'I': : : ('OItPOJTIO'Ii: I of Muf1 ci'nt'ulue should be taken out J. F. Crosby April 13, 1HHJ::, and to his, trip to Washington on war business ' and still dress in per I

TO i FI"nTTI.I': : : ;: nut ricA ti: anti marketed or eaten Iletulos! cul- that union was born six children, of and the entire community (is' gladto J feet taste and best t ""I l

I Ming for egg production, look out for which number three are still wing, two see him home again.Mrs. /fir I

i r recent announcement ,submitted. tcWin. t I lice. ' boys i and one gill Rufus, Ruby and ; style If, when you make I
I I : J/. p. Randall and granddaughter
, ". Hlack, beef cattle specialistis ., Winnie Crosby. For a number ofi hi t
I a new
n :I Get in touch with the poultry superintendent I Virginia, went to Jacksonville on t I' garment, you usi'
i" to the effect that Secretary: <',\.lnll, she hud been a consecrated member QIal
I i of the county fairs or local I I i years i Tuesday, from whence Virginia start- 1' a McCall Pattern, vm,
; has authorized the War Finance Corporation of the Corinth Haptist church. She
a sliows. If classes are not provided for I e-il for her home Atlanta, Ga., to he r1
to make direct loans to individuals was a long sufferer of rheumatism but can be absolutely Certain
1 'I. i eggs, arrange" for such classes' as well I i there for the fall opening of school. 1
i i firms" and roipoiatluns whose birds, In bore her afflictions cheerfully and l dr i I h I that the dI
! us most every instance the I :Mrs. Randall returned to Lawtey Wed I style \\
_i principal business is the raising, / of livestock without a murmur, bearing her sufferings -
management will be only too glad to nesday., 1 be the fit
including cattle sheep, goats with a smile!, always kind to everyone correct, per
,f work in harmony with those who showr
I and hogs. The live stock industry, and < al interest and numbered her friends, by Jacksonville:Mrs. Solomon Cline returned from '' I I l! fect, and that it cannot
Tuesday morning where
, particularly brooding stock in somepints I her acquaintances
--- .site had been since / be properly made with
i Saturday visiting
'l : of the country is suffering great :Sister:: Crosby was a devoted companion -

f hardship by reason of (excessive drouth, a lot Log and consecrated mother with her husband and seeing the sights I lesss material.

'1 in the city, on the river and at the
: conditions and cattle men are experiencing : therefore( beit resolved I

great difficulty ill feeding' nndprotecting I"irst-That in the death of our sister ocean front. She reports having had

their cattle The action of Why we have lost n good and faithful a delightful trip. ,, / A/cCa/7 Pallern

i I I the corporation is Intended to relive member, of our church. HIGHLANDHighland for September

this situation.. Tho loans will\ be made Se-cond-That our sympathies are '

I directly to the borrowers under. Section Suffer ? extended to her bereaved family, praying else Dr M now on sale
a Sept 3-:Mr. George Rob-
!9 of the War Finance CorporationAct. God's blessings' upon them, and IG I" Preen
Alrs.J.A. Cox, of A1- inson, representing( C. E. Guller Co., I
That section authorizes advances th"t a copy of these resolutions be recoicK'd -
dcrson, \!. Va., writes: of Jacksonville, was a business visitor
to bp mucle in exceptional cusps directly on our church minutes and a
.1 ".\t daughter . .suffered here Thursday
without the intervention of the A .M. DARBY Starke F
terribly She could copy sent to the bereaved family. :Mis. Bailey I.nnlncl c-hilrren, of a.
r banks, to borrowers whoso operationsro IIARUY LEWIS J
net turn ii: bed . the, Ga., returned to their home
necessary nr ,'onll'lhutnl'y to the ROBKNA: LEWIS
doctors! l pva her up, and Thursday, after week's visit, with
f of the .
1 we brought: her home todie. relatives.Mr. -

The Federal I U:>,...i\ <. Ianof: \ Kmms S'tc' hid suffered so Committee1.We : .J. n. Padgett, of Gainesville\ visited -- - --- -- - - -- -- -

City and l Dalian u .i I I''", :le| -'11.11..1:: \ much at . t.'nt. Having ,) his large farm west of here Wednesday. -

by tho corporation ,, 'sale.' fm,. thibusiness. are called upon again M mourn
I a ig: -< heard ct Cardul, we JOHN. B.
the departure of our loved ate er, Ida STETSON UNIVERSITY
Tempiu.ii miMmatiimwill " Sot; It for her" Miss Clara :MM/ Shepard, of Lavv-

be immediately create,1 fur ".. K.lIy.ho departed this life July :25; try, spent Sunday with :Miss WinifredWimbeily. ,

.hug upon the application Im' !1.'..HI-,t ,_ tJI! !!. She was born June 1'1, 1880! and limit HUllEY, Ph. D..UH. D., L, 1, D., President'

submitted.! It is not proptu, d ,,,' lllo' gave herself to the saviour in curly :Miss Leona Crews and brother, Everett DeLand
life and held with the ,
present time to establish, ngcne < s CARDUI membership of Lawtey, visited relatives here

cept at Dallas and Kansas Citv \1"iplications nrinth Baptist church when she died. Sunday. I Send now for a catalog

from stock raisers opera" I III She had lived a Christian life and was
W. M. Wimberly, of Jacksonville, THE CRVDIMTE
in the Atlanta and, Richmond I'pde.l! loyal to her church. She was a devoted of Meter" of Art. and Sci" n-
spent Monday Tuesday with his \L ARTS FOR ol-Twen1y-ono, ,,". I
R"sel'lIistr <'ts will for the presentbe The Wcn aa's Tonic wife and loving mother. To mourn pu..nts.11': and :Mrs II. C. Wimberly. TilE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL. ARTS FOR WOMEN -Womon d..n TPLAWC" .'."
her loss she leaves husband two .
a ,
) handled' by the Fedora I Reserve' :Mn. E. Carter is in Starke for a
Hunk at Dallas. ms, a stepdaughter, six: brothers and THE COLLEGE OF "-'" "-* Poetic in Florida| | without e mn.tbn!
r i; couple of weeks, the guest of Mrs. W.
afcwiiays. snebeEin four sisters, whom we recommend to -Count. In Enorln..rnar; leading to degcI
Under the terms "I'l ihi- War Finance
, t :: to Improve! ," Mrs Moseley.: THE COLLEGE FOR for Florida t..h.
'orpnrntion Act, there, advances Cox: the God of all love THE COLLEGE OF .
i are continues, "and<< had' BCSINESS-Banklnar, ook-keeploor., Shorthand, Type.'rt''
; u limited to 75 per cent of the amountof no trouble: rt. . Cardul I Resolved, we recommend a copy of SAMPSON: : : NOTES' THE AC\DEMY-rrrpre.: for all hllth-Irr.da College.

the loans made by the burrowing institution cured I! her, and we sing! these resolutions be "spread' I on our THE SCHOOL OF :MECHNTARTS-For boy .nd young men.
J praises everywhere. church minutes and a "sent to the THE SCHOOL OF, pfpq organ, violin vol.. chow port
copy harmony
1 or to 100 per cent in case the vve receive many: thou- Sampson, Sept 1.A: fish fry !given TilE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS.

s:; borrowing institution itself furnishes rants: of olnl'ar:: letters I bereaved family. on Sampson lake :Monday night was SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED

\!w additional collateral to the extent: of every goocCurc-n-.s3 ytzr.: : t"in.done; of the II. H. LEWIS, quite a success, plenty of fish were 1. The Preliminary Course In Agrlcultur.Botany, Biology TO Omens and Ino....-
'" 33 per cent of the advance. Such advances women who cutler: fromcomplaints ROBENA LEWIS caught and all report a good time. 10 Chemistry,. qualitative and quantitative analnia. Agricultural ClumainMineralogy
\ will be made by the War Finance so cumnon\ to OLLIE LEWIS, Those who attended the outing were, Geology Ae
2. Th. Pre-Melical ,
Corporation upon written application their' sex. It should do Committee. :Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Smith and children, Courw-Philology, Biology. Anatomy Bacteriology. Htito'oirTZoology
JJod:: too Botany General Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chem-!
you : Try
the several Federal Reserve and Richard Mr. and Mrs. J.
through Co1rduJ, E-77a ; try Qualitativ. and Quantltatir. Chemistry Phyaiee.
Banks, acting: Hits fiscal agent drove' Tasteless chill Tonic C. Raulerson and family, Mrs. Jones, I 3. Th. Course for Rellglou. Work.i.-tn Biblieal Literature. Hietory. Encrh.h. '1'+rchoiogy

but only after consideration of their a destroy ibe malarial germ which... tr.o.mined Dr. and 1Irs.Hddleton: of Hampton, Pedagogy. Ethlea, Logic and n.lo....

2 :t' recommendations upon the promissory lo the blood by Ibe Malerla Muaiulto. Price 1IOc._ and others. _

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SEPTEMBER 6, 1918 t
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'I |, date of expiration of subscription unless CALOMEL SALIVATESAND ,

0 MORE FREE i!I| paid the for. subscription is renewed and ( MAKES- YOU SICK

i| "Discontinue the use of all samplesor I
Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts
COPIES AFTERSEPTEMBER : free promotion copies. ,

Like Dynamite On
I "Discontinue giving copies to any- 1.

body except for office-working copiesor Your Liver. 1

15 where required by statute law in I 7

the case of official I advertising, Calomel loses you a day You know ,I

"Exct'ptions-Copics may be given what calomel is. It'a mercury; quick-

JAR BOARD REQUIRES RE- I free to employees of newspapers if f'lver.; Calomel is dangerous. It

bile like dynamite,
such is the present practice of the office. crashes into sour
DUCTION cramping and sickening: you.

I I attacks the bones and should never bout

tEEKLY PAPERS MUST REDUCE "Copies may be bent free to former > into your system. r

CIRCULATION AT LEAST: employees who are in the war service,, When you feel bilious, sluggish, constipated {6 t

and copies may be sent free to camp and all knocked out and believe -

FIFTEEN PER CENT I' libraries of institutions recognized by you need a dose of dangerous

the government such as Y. M. C. A., calomel just remember that your druggist HELP ,

When the young men from Bradford K. of C., etc. Copies should not be sells for 60 cents a large bottleof

to leave for I Liver Tone which is entirely -
,.ity,, began a year ago sent to individual soldiers unless for Dod.son's ,
training camps the publisher I vegetable and pleasant to take 1
I", army
merly employed by the
., d to send the Telegraph free of newspaper and is a perfect substitute for calomel.It .
'r I :
service only
to man who entered the "Copies purposes III i guaranteed to start your liver STOP
_' every
h. I may be sent free to newspaper correspondents without stirring you up inside, and
\ ;;from the county. So far as we and bureaus
press can not salivate.
A the' Telegraph is the only paper Don't take calomel! It makes you

1 1 I. I United States that made this of- work. Dodson's Liver! Tone straightens THIS Ii9.

.' W'i' were glad to make this con- I THREE WAR MEDALS you right up nnd you feel great.

II urn. to the pleasure of "our boys"hod Give it to the children because itt

,'\ . to keep in touch with the perfectly harmless and docs not

'1"0 'of their home communities and 1 BESTOWED ON "Y"HERO gripe. (0-1 114)) ?!

.... ,' .' glad that he have been priv- I 3PI

!;;" ..1 1 u> send the paper without Red Triangle Worke7'Wounded by I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4. e1P.! I
h.irit to a very large number of the Hun Machine Gun at Solstoni + LEGAL I

: who offering their Toul and Chateau Thierry + + + + + i + + + + + + + + + +
,enc' patriots ____
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..ulor the future safety of our coun- New York. August 25.-Flat on bill NOT1CK:' OK ELECTION:< ,

rhut according to a recent ruling back tn the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, \V.A. ql ,
; Sh-iilT, of llradford County nf th.
: i F'F'th'1 War Industries Board this nrlanitement Roberta who ha been awarded Slate, of Hnrldu : IL $ ,'

must cease after ScptemU. three French war medals for braveryIn HiIt known. That I. If Clny Truwforil.! Sif-; f
retnrv( of Stall nf tin State; if Klnrl.ln. dn ic de
the fighting cone, Is enjoying a
l ISth.? The fuel situation demand hereby give notice that a
the of the print well-earned rest and Is talking freely GENERAL El.KCTION: :
u; i auction in output of almost anything but why the l SJ
mills and the War Board is rejunnir "III Ivr held In Hrn.lfiird Count StHlof' Fliirifln. :
paper" French government showered honors on Tiii'H.lnv. next nucciM'.linif Iho flat 4L'.V
< all newspapers to make a re- upon him. Inv in November. A. D. 1U1H. the unlit Tuesday &

least 15: cant in the : ..... I,Ia,. .. tL
.11" tii, of at per Mr. Roberts, a Y. M. C. A. workerIn rte pr" XOVEMIIER'

ate mi of paper used. To accomplishth Prance hail bestowed upon him the ......'...... re the Vrnni1! Ci net -

n-iluction" the Hoard has formulated Croix de Guerre, the badge of the .. . I'e rtl FWMn" In ,
... *". I'nitei! Pt" .ti'of .
Main regulations governing the Legion, of Honor and tho Medal Mill- < ,
\ i. ,, r 'r-" "V'.ir- '
Among' taire. He won them all In three '
of the 4L
il it ton 'w
d months. r. .w r t..r F.premr!" Court ofmSp r ,
M-uulations! is one providing that .
I m to
tl) . -
I )
Roberts was nuhistant auditor of the -t ... .... .'. .,' ,
fi, > may bi1 sent to fw,\ldii>rs on- .- . 0" / .n '"Pn' I' u. II pin eph
pi. I II
Michigan Central railroad before he ..' I .i1 'n.
1 th"y" arc former employes oft of .. ... ,, .: *..- .. n'P Inure of P-pr., .< ".
selected to be auditor disbursements I
was '
with this 'nM\" of the Stnl" nf ", .h'n.
.I i" ,I.. In compliance for the Y. !M. C. A. in France, For l-'Uo County CnmmB* .*oni-n

1 ,' ..n.. WL- will be compelled to dis- and to handle mure' than a quarter of For three Momhc-rs of the County: n.'iinl' f f'ul.'ic : T

i diir free mailing list nnd wend i a million dollars a d.ty. Ho left foroverseas I'... .Int''n,1 lire".cti..n.of 'the 1'cnoo In and for tinf"! ,

I I I'' fiiih I | to only those,: soldiers service February I 1:, was ?..MII.- .1.liiKllctIHnlrlcU.. via : WS.S. : '
Three. ,
\I a,d lIal paid-in-ndvance suhI wounded by a Hun machine gun at Number Vuinln-r Four. ,

I SolHsons. rescued a "Y" secretary amid Number Five.

bullets,. in the Toul\ Hector Number! Seven.
hall of
also civilianThe a
i I "rlug, applies to Number] ; Twelve.I'.ir ) w
of and was touched up by German, marks- ConKlnhle, In and fur the follow,err -lui"I h l
circulation news-
' <. I
rnnnshlp again lit Chateau' Thierry. lure Dlftrleln. vie :
,I "IA hereafter be restricted toni I VtimluiOne..

,I,to\ promptly, in advance. I I Numlter:Niitnh.-r' Three Fniir.NiimlHr ,

II promptly in advance, I Y.M.C.A.NEEDSMENIN : Six Fr
I Number Seven.Number .
1' thlparticular, : time everyone is i.t EI5h1.

11 ,r.ted in the newspapers nnd nny- Nnmlvr }'lean. I BUY1IaSpSoSeptember 'j
SOUTHERN CAMPSWhile In .alimony. whrrwL I have hereunto. mtv t
th ". r that affects them.Ve thereforethe \ >< hand and nlTix.Ml' the (irenl Sen" ) of the '' .

., ..d'ie. following extracts from Stnle" '" of Florliln., nl TallnhBKKee. 'the .
I., Il" the tuenty-fourth day of AuurUKt.: ,\. lir. >
Continues to Call
Triangle I
.a 'ilUtm. sent out from the War Iti'in'i Red IUIv,.

.d! I'.oarcl under date of August for Overseas Workers 1,000 Are I I. S i CL\Y ReerelnrvTo CRWPORD.of Sou", I II 9th to 14th
Wanted for Home Service 'i '
I 11'h' Thi'-e extracts will give a very I W: .1. lOpperHim.: SherllT. KrnilfoiilFlorliln. ,, (';t''; ?:'u I INOTI i A, 'tS

i i I.-. i of the new regulations govir'tm Atlanta. Ga.. August 25 -\\0'11: \ en v -

, : newspaper circulation. It willi I dosed with the clement of I'-ndorshlp( ( E OF ELECTIONWIIEUEAS. : I ;t. ; :

I i 11 that failure on the part of ain are needed by the Army tend NavyY. Tli" LivVliilnrn' of 1HI7. 'un.lerIhe & KEEP HIM. OUT of AMERICA DTI

the regulation";* M. C. A. to serve in the camps of : I
; of Florliln.
|''' | ,r to abide by ( Connlllilllon of lwf.. of the I Slate -
Southeast. Joint; Il.-.oliitl tom.. |iropi..liinm. ,
entirely cut off the did |inii Iwo
till in it being
-\ i of the State' fA I
Conxtitutlnn I
W. W. Alexander general recruiting nili entH' to
f ,in,' ..apply of print paper: I of Florltln. and tHitintne' were agreed to bv n .
of ; secretary for thoVnr Personnel vote' of. II,,'., -llftho of nil the mi, mbi-r-i eli--t- i
I Iv urdtr. .reducing the amount ; Hoard of tho Y. :M. C. A. War rd l to ench hoax : that the votm on wnltl Jo nt. I
: ;
that be used by weekly ItiKolutlonKtrt: entered upon their te'
PI." p.ipcr' may Work Council declares\ that there Is a I jiiiirntilw u-h( .the yenn and nnyd thereon, '

I i ,.-iapers' by 15 per cent has been pressing need for home sorvleo and n n./' they dlil iletrrmine. and Hln.t thnt tl.," ,,

,pl"' hy the pulp and paper section that this affords II splendid opportunity >x41. l .Toint*. of .the Kmolutlono State' nt the be General nlinilttc.l Election 1 to theelfdor In National War Savings Committoo '

,if tin- industries board and will to the man of middle age who Is NmetnWr. "IS. r'
In i i-MVttive September 15. not able to go abroad: under the Red POS O""Rrv of. State of the t Stale' . of

-The regulations providing for n re- Triangle. Floridn. ilo herchv, fflve notice. that a I

JUI, gun t of 13: per cent for daily pa- "The Y. M. C. A. needs inon for will, 1i. held RENERM.; !In cnrh EI.ECTION county In Florida onTtiendny Till space contributed for the Winning of the V/nr by

", became effective on August 12, overseas service of course but I the nevt nucceetllntr the flat Monde InNovemlier. I ,
PI home camps must not bo forgotten" A. D. 191R the raid Tuefldny bring '
nml' those providing: for a reduction of the
Alexander. "From now
-n per cent on the part of Sunday pa- on until the first of the year the for the rntlflrntlon or. rejection nf the unlitJoint Bradford County Telegraph

per will become effective on September Southeast must recruit 1.000 men for ReHoltitloni. prnnoidnff nmendmentN' to
that the Conntitmlon of the SIRO nf Florliln. via. : I
I. This means
the home camps. A JOINT RESOLUTIONPropotnir .
"Publishers of weekly newspapers ench state will he rall d upon to furnish an Amendment to Heetlnn fl of
I ll.-le XII of. the Coni-titiillon. of the Stale' ' !
reduction of 15 month per state to r'l 1.1'1' NOTK! t: OK HAIK OK AMIS OK! "MIOIMI
must arrange for a 25 men per Florida Relating to Education P TrlmM. .n4 V ,1. ShnmnLtndnnln ) I N01ICK! OK l' :olAI. 11I'4CIIAItGY. |i '
ll.-nry I tM'AltliHNII ; I '
soldiers In camps such as lie It Kenolved! hy the I.i-ulnliitiire of the Rial. I ----
in their circulation beginning \ serve the rmldenrve nnnrh anMo. -
PT cent whiwr I ,, ..",, , ,.. ,. ,
the of Florida. : h. of I will Tireflcnm I I I v .IL./ r tni. hu.l i ii' i h i a li the
u ,ith September 15th: in order to meetthe Gordon, Jackson, Wheeler and That the following nmcndment of Section I R. w cfFFTI.IG I Siv mnnths and eftrr.Inh n-. iitcounl/ .r. tn the Honornl.l. "'I. d' r '. ,. ,,,,I., .. 0\ I' ,MIH. | will' n,.- 7
; \otirhpra
tthers. The constant growth" of the of Article XII. of. the Constitution. nf thiSlnte I \ Coiintv. .r i i. |I'''i. M, i..,."ijl.l,,, 'I:, .. 4 um c : i.lln.. fiitinly.. 1
t requirements of the war industries the of Floridn. Relntlnir to Kdueatlon: I li. N u, end enrh or you ai-i1 hcrrliy, ri'iulri'dto I "' f.i-o; A n.r.llnpr.; ,..' nuk for Itf. I '' "..f liui.r..r.l! countii., ",..In. i..r nn ,ir'Mi.hvl.lil -
and growing ihiCirrnt ",,,.If..r.1 county n
cantonments of
iM-forv the }nl.e) .. .. .
borne nnd .
hereby agreed to and shell be mibmltted to thieleeorn .. I-1 RpM-ar| of the mint > < .Ii "' in nlml( Ihr one..I'
board.' C. A. work '. the Eighth: .luiHrinl ,flrntiitf ' Thud' ilKrhnrrx a* a.lmlnl trnlor ., .
demand! for the Y. M. of the State for adoption or rejectlnrnt Court .r Hnllhmok.. ill I "' i iiu-h of KIIIMIIIii : I -r. Knnnoe
"Publishers of weekly newspaperswill to recruit "V the next frenernl election! of. Representativesto . 'uriflii I in 0".r/ Mrn,lf'ir'l ciMintv.' on th.. of .1 It. llnlllirimk and M I .I I... -,luu, ,, i in .. n.' r helm, I
makes It necessary ',< ,"y..r Orlohi'i. I 1'itM.' ut. .th- ''uarlhoneIn C'.. I.u.u., ? a Cr.r, d I. r.I. ,I. ,in nn.l' In 1h.p .
he held' In the A. I' I'HS that l I. t.nv. Tin's
be supplied by the war industries side.\ year : .. H Hill .f finn- the ZUth ilay of Marfli fituJ ,p , ,,. ,, ,,
workers for this< that S.-ctlon R of Article :XII of the Con- >nnl "nty. t. Bnt-w.T t hy I V F.OWAtiriS. !' ? .1 M-I ili..l 'inn 'In 'iris iin.l| In
board with blanks for the purpose of million of the Slate, nf Florida' be amended .n I""n 11 ?' <>vhildnd Atfainnt van" in rain court A.linltl'Slriildl 'Ih nU'"d, .. .' ,11,1V I 'lorl.ln.I to w ll :
.. rend follow It T),'nnnrd.I 3-? .fI mo. 'I'; ;,.. ill,;;1,, .u.l, Ifunrtir of Houlhwent <)'.....
reporting the amount of paper used by 11ANrEll Section to 8.nil EAch county: chill bo" I I''i., Hrndfonl Tounly 'I'.t.' -vrnph, In h*>n>hiil - I I'< and IhNnrtliwMt Dun, t-r of Rout WOIJlm
: ::> :
them each month from September 1, n-.p.ii earl colli-ct annually for the auppor ,I. unut."-.I an a ni-WMpant-r In which thU nohull ,I N )TKK' OF AKMINISTHAT'IH'H' RAZE: )<"....-r t I. >n ,'Ivhl iifrKM, wi-Ht, 1, ,., llraattllriint'h.
MOTOK DKIVEUS l IN:> TKANCIThree : of. the public free Hchooln therein a ta.c of no I""u-. ho ptibllxhixl for rlicht oho .IPMI twn am where Kraveyard I ,
1"T! to September 1, 1018. The statements 1 toe thin three (/31) mill, nor more I".n"n ". . N.illco I Is h.-rrhv iilvn 'that I willM nf.ihllr I. iw "" "A.I., known ni. li-itnn. frraveyanl.M i
I hand nmt' the .enl! nf naiiiBZUt anil h-.t III..Mrf ,. .,..
all taxable \ 'ITNKRS mv carry to tillhlirhnt' u .M tie .frei he of Knuthwmt (I"" of
made by the publishers will be motor drivers i in i millri on the dollar on bropert;, 31M day nr Jnty, I IN/. .tli I ilny nf Anwu of f
hun.lrcd'onwn the r. .I tide the I <.i- 'in linn.I nil the a MxiihiiiMt I .ntrliii. and South lhr>f* futirtlia'
the form affidavit and In lame.A I 1.\1.1 W. T. Wt'EKR. |D '''I''. at urn o'rl.Mk Am. the followlnir .It,*. 'Lott.. nut ljiifir'rr of the N'lrthweat t iiart,.r.
I ITI of sworn for overseas service in France are JOINT RESOLUTIONVohniied : {'I..:' Circuit Court I1r..M"r" ""rro.1| .| |'IT...'.,,1| t.r..t-rly .h-l.ins'lna'. In for i->. nil In Hrrllnn Ml,to',.n. 'Towmihln, Hnven 8outhof '
. '-.u'h, month for the next 12 they will wanted by the American Ueil: ( (Cross' amendment to tho Conntltutlnn ur : {',.'IIJIV. Flortilil liltof W. II. ITnili-rhlll. r.-n.r.l.. to.wd' H'hrntl ''. lli.niiT. *. '.,ty Mm.t: of 'InllahiuaiHi Mnrlcl-' e
McCOLf.tlM nwullnw fnrk un ,'ntI Florida.He Ii of Mt.-h riitlli market wn
I required to make a sworn within the next six months. The recruiting It Ri-ool-i-d hy the Leiilidature of thi J.chyonvllle. Fin. .a r nn.l god', I r Lit In .>"- our. slraitrht i mill I'',,,, '"ti.l, dui nf A"..".1. KIIH., ,
I hnw 'mI. the amount of paper con um-- wIII"'J.'ln, im Stale' of Florida : .Solicitor for Cumtilainanl.Illl ; In the nttifr, car and bran.loil. "X :" ..I... in ,hen.1 J. D II \ XTKK.IJ'ii. u
I of these drivers Tlmt Article XIX, of the Coniintltutl.m r I _' Htnrl. ..",, II.' corked' .,.11I and ,under bit I lu 10 "/lni* Tor. Mmoul.: feral row and Jintrphfn- 1
H, during that month and it is expected mediately. It is expected' the first contingent the Slate, of Florida, he and the tame la hereby TO (flRT TITIKiv : I..r.. .> ear swallow fork and undorblt In tl<" J chi <.." r, Mlni.n. K.2A SR
15: I nmi-ndt. 4o .. to read ait folfowN. f F.1rIITII ... end hrnn.lit'l "R." _. _. il 7t
that this amount will be per October 1st for cinturr ("HII1 f. l.fT .nr -- - - -
will sail about .
I of J I I.
Article XIX. Section t. The rnnniifacturnnnle. .irniciAi.' riKrurr OKlll pIAnt' Mnl.l air In hmniln lit the farm M'VOIt'' I'iOCl.AitT1oN
''nt less than that used during the motor service, ambulance service! and\. barter or < -crhanire of all alcoholic. or In \. IN AND FOR IHII.. t'nd l" rhlll a.lmlnlHtrator. ,
t F. !H Matthews, .ellnu I of the
I tovicnlinir liiiuor' and hi >amo month of the previous year. to a limited extent for camion ser ItuoiiN.moui., or malt, err hervby fnreeprohililted 1 FOR COUNTY. IN A.lmlnlntral'ir. nf the ...t",.> of W. II I'n.l." T.. i n of "SlnrkKl.irliln, by virtu-' ,,f the ....
nItY.I : !I'' -I th'.r.ty, \isU>d In by law, do hereby itnll
hand ,in the State of Florid' .xce-t alenhol hill drerixi. .1. -
"Publishers who have stock on vice. Volunteers for this service must for medical pcli-ntlfie or. mechanical par. It I n .I.r'i'm 10 he hnl.I at the TOWN. 1/ 'L.I .4
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will not be allowed to use it in larger I I l Ioe 23: years of age( loyal anti healthy. p....*. and winifor Kncramentat and win.! piirt for>oathi; Complainant VI'I -Sltfl-- (-f:-TO--DEBTORS- -ANf:' HFHITOKSAll : ) ,In Ihi ,r.-in h- IIr.nnTawdry.....n il Town. the hy loth the ilny nun. ltflrd of fleptant vnters)
nalc nf uhlch alcrthol tbd urpoiien -
ratio than those who must buy from The American ned Cross will pay the aforeiiaid ) hy law.Section | I -i.. In l.aml' A. Immigration Co., \ I Ind-Irrd' to .lh.. 'cane.of. R l> Nr, III"" '. for the purpose, of riming the tut- ''It i
Lesl.larur.aahatt I ,.t .1..1.I' prison ... ,.. .. ..... ,
month to month. II transportation and, if necessary, an 2. The enact tu't Defcn.lanle.' Xlirrnathy.. hate of Hra'lr"" Y. I .t .m. : i I
able Iowa for the enforn-mnnt of tlm yrnvin. 1111.1. '!n Qt 'lET TITIR. are rt'iiurHted" . to .ay their Maid bta forth'.th. fine Mayor.One .
"Failure make accurate report, allowance each month. Ion nf this article. . and all tirrnonH hnw.nirliiimn, ....In.1 rl..rk. ( '
to .n".e. \\
S.-rt.on. 8. The article .h,11! ffn Iwo iffoeon I' !I.. the unknown h"I... ilevlnc-ea, irr ,1.' 'Iv within onyar fn.rn. thll, Cine Varnhal and' Cnlh'ctnr.
or failure to make reductions will remit The army authorities have requested the flmt day of January. 1\. l I1. I Jilt) nail cliumantii, ",. thpiiuuh nail under whole Clarvnmr ...1..1.i the Haul *M.te an rniuiwtr.l In present them Three

in either mill or jobbers being required the Red Cross! to assign two women The votva cent In compliance with tnld. rropoMeil . Mryan decee.d l, di-fi>n>lanUi, 01,,'.. or thry will he fiirtvrr .Inrrwl.Th. One Amiessnr.fine '
.. ... unknown : ,
the TrcaiunTOne
I amendmenta. and eartvanii i <.1.I l ncim are the i fI'h dir, of .luly. 191." .
to shut off the supply of paperto for hut service for each aeroplane hone and return* then-of. Nhall be ful>jecte<. I iREKTINO : hy r.nulrpo. M... Alva Alirrnathy end ".10'11 Ahernnlhr,. N yet Manihal.InNpiTtors .
to the ..m. retculationi and atrle\lona .. annrmlded vu,u and each of you an. hrr< H.lmlniHtrNlor.' rreiHir.tlvii'ly. .f .,ud| rlrrtlrtnt A. If. J.jhna. F.
the offending publisher. camp in France-eighty women will bv law for general election! in thi I t.. and apprar M' J udwe,, Ureml fif; thu.rrult s.lminiNtratix. of the entitle an.of) K: I'. AWrnalhy, .'.....oil. I*. Hhatr-r" end 'r. N Kmlrlck.,
that for this service. The huts State of Florida. Court fur the Kiifhth:' 7iHt.. In t-Mtttn.iny whirei, I hrrwunto aul>*erlba) 1
"It is not expected at this time be needed IV ESTIMONY' : WHERE. .., .,..r..a.. In and for r'nintir.. on the my nnmi eml I cause, the seal. nf the said townto
reductions in the use of : are in the nature of rest and recreation OF. I have hereunto ae.t I'h 'I.. of NovemlH'r. !1P1.! at tinCuiirtroUM - -- W h. ..'....1.. alflxn.l, this Tth ilay of AuHtiat
further 11.11. "f Com.
any whose work in my band/ and alTlxitd' th<. t, "">.| {:....n.y. In an.w.r a I NOTICE I5IR.l
print paper will be mad, but the war :| stations for flyers (SEAL) r.reat Si-al of t-in Tlato alf ,It. nt f u.'''.t yon. in Mild! court bl In vlv' .*n that the Town Cone f: H. M\rrilFwS. : :
made it clear that especially nerve racking, an they frequently lorida. at TaMah-Maee: I K O I..nn.rd. ,. hercht'I. lrn-hy Htarkllra.lfnr.l notlrr en.inty. will Acting. M.yur Town. of Starlit. )
industries board has I the Capital thia the twinU I I',,. Kradfonl County T.I..r..h l ell of if.M.i: l--tt. 4
worse have much time on their hands day of July A. IJI9ia. ifnatinl, .. a newrperar, i ,in which' th''. no.u. meet at the city hall on TurmlMy Hrptemtiri.
fuel problem become .l1flh f -- --
should the I for twelve eonnecutlvi. I Ir'l. al nclork p. m. aa board' of eiiinlitrm 1-
unusual need of a wholesome . half; be publwhi" ..1.1I NOTIf Kx
be found necessary I they are in i for. thpurpose of hrarinx comulalnlM an.nrrlvinif
further reductions .
may CRA\VPi)BO.
H. OLAY " the HIM of Compl.intn Imtimony aa to the value of ani 4.;, months after date h..r..r I will presentmv
and if so they will be made. i and homelike opportunity re- n-9-lftt. Secretory rf State :i 1 I h. l.n.l. d.weriFwA the" tillto in which ,la anatfnt toM ,I I rue, rty. r-al. personal' or mix-il. as flm.l h t ,v vouchers and final' arrount to the ll.mnrnhl y
this service this cau.. far the hits I t f.rit; A. fiariliner.: County Judiii, of Itradforill' .
reductions be laxation. Women for the slaw ot..rendanta. it,. .?.Nn tan ajmrannr yrar atcstn
Should such additional I of HILL TO QUIRT TIT!.F. ..J.-.1. a> aUKin.t il -,crllrt-l, as follow. t(.-wltl, : II. ......n.. ur aitenta of much pmnrrty. ".inty.' rliirlda.. and ask far my final die.rharue / C
found they would be based must be between 30 and 40 years! 1M CIRCUIT COURT. F.1r.JlTH urlnartieillnrlv" \\ '' .f NK'lKV, of SWi/ J. W. WIIITK.Chm. . as a.lmlnlNtrator of the estal of W. If.
necessary I t and the French Commissioner' JI'DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR F': or NE'S' NW'W'= I. 0' NW'.,. Section 5,. I'm. 'rem Town (...".r 1 I'nilrrhlll Hurrancd. '.
on the amount of paper then being! us- age, IDA. IN AND FOR BRAD., 'tE''sV" NK"eetlnn 4. Township *. ( \ ri'TCII. This, the Hth day. of Aincunt. fllil'
and for that reasonit specifies that candidates should be FOR COUNTY. IN CHAN, cot.. :Vanie of ..: Ka.1.: Aleo lota' I. 2. e,. Town Clerk n-11 Jt J. I.. UNbKKiril.r..
ed by each paper, > 'IIF. Adtnlmstmtiir.NOTICB I , .
of m o.
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each "Fine, strong, good looking women, and S br
is very important that while R. O. ttennard. I' c I Blocks' 11. H. IS. >". ". U. Z2I'M !\\olTIlIc: TO DKHTORfl: AND CkEI ir"K.1. .
should make the required reduction cheerful, refined and self reliant. Complainant, 21. In. NW's' "' SWUI of BMttmn' 2.IT Indebted to the .....I.'p of J KWile. TO HHiroKS AMI!' ('"t.lilT"" ...
publisher v. Kaat lola' of W If.11n..rhlll. ,
'it. H.iJ imlihtrd bi the estate
..h. RAn*- of llra.lfor.1county. All rrrain
n.hlp 6. 1I .. and Laura Wilson late
that is now asked he shouldnot Fiorina Land A Immigration Co. I b-i" a pint of Cumminni.i4b.ll- re'iurtjtr.l to pay let.of Krailfonl County p',
I bloeks Florida,
I No Worms In a Healthy Child .t al, $ all penonshavmit deceased. sr.. rniiilred( to pay Ihv.r said debts ,
I and
make more or d nal'l debts forthwith
.n ma
Der."dan' V 'halid'and said tnr.r claim'
for his own / the wal of forthwith' .n.I.1I penone. h. In"
with have unhealthy sad utet. are reiiurst.I
I All children troubled worm. aa TITLE. WITNESS claimmeminet
BILL TO QUIET J..I,. II rwiurstnl,, to present
than the required reduction. color which indicate poor blood ands i. To John P. Brvnn, Otto B<,aeh... Oof*.., ( ." thra the 1111 dav o W( T. WF.EK tu prreenl them d will bat for.ever them
there la less stomach dlglubanreGROVE Land A. frnmltfratioi, ..StAL: one. year from this dale or they barnd.
regulations adopted rule. more or II. Dup .. Tau Florida clerk Clrruit Court Bra.Ifotd this .1.'. or they will, he forever
Following are the S TASTELESS chill TONIC given refularl Company;; ...."., r.lI"n. W. B. H.ld"*, Mar. Florida barred.Tto from Tth day of AU .* 1"I.
by the War Board that will affect for two or thnw weeks will enrich the blood. Improve rafvt M. Johnaon. John Alxand Graham. i McCOLLfM County; m day of A"....V"iitaoM. I ; ,lPIUflLI;, .
General StrenathenlnilTonlc John R. Purl J. J. R. Karl, 0 O. W. H. Und.rhill.
weekly the digestion, and sets a jam.L Cate Laura Administrator. of Estate of
the Telegraph and other papers to the whole.ystem. Naturiwlil ther, W. H. Lan. Samuel C. Lan. John C. Edi., Ma Administrator of Estate of J. E. and dRHd.F'Rh1)tY .
: ,1 throw off or dispel the worm, and the Child wl!! .bila J. D. MeLvmnr Francis' I. MttCall. Frank J.McGIo.hey. .:. I Jacksonville Solicitor for Complainant J-Z-Mt.\ WI....,.. deceased.
Cbartm' Rob
"Discontinue sending paper after perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle Thomaa W. Pitta. !

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puni"d by Misses Kuty and Lillu- Lee to Waldo Saturday. They were out visiting (uintni-nco. at NB aorni" -
of Lukesida, were pleasant visitorsh Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jones spent the joying the ride in the country. u Ihonco'r .uf Northiiut 8 178 ft Quarter to u',,,' \4ti.
h<- Sunday afternoon. week-end ot LuCrosso with relatives.Mrs. Those who have not jet started their (thunce. E 08 ft thenci a 8 p., '"' "I"!\
school advised to do so 0. S: & F railway$ '
children to are "I
R. W. Surrcricy spent last week Hunt of .
MiJesse Brown, of Hampton, Mient school is way to lund nf i n ""
with her Willie at Bioolrer. without d"lay. The Lawtey N lo point of btRinninii, :" |I. ;101: I*.
Sunday here with relatives.Mrs. son, : I. Tp S. R. ,
News Items I starting out to do good work this term 5. M E lot
. .. ; 11 County : E. F. Hardeo and children of Mr. and :Mrs. N. 1) Jones spent Sun- and ;your children cannot afford to missit. of Th the $laauance auld. land of being such lerlinriof a.,$,. .,',. ea"

i Sampson City, spent several days here day at Hampton with their daughter, A education will in future Unknown. Unleaa ,ai,| ''or! n. ...
; Sul Mrs. Luther Hall. poor b. rcdetmed accordinic. ti> Uu '101
recently with her father, Mr. A. loau" thereon the '..
on lot 111I
living.DOttLlNG da
I' biurc.tlntf T*ct C-tlu-red Durlne the Week by Our livan.B. :Mr. f"rank'nrren, of Tampa, passed mean a poor V. 1918. OclI5' \
WUn..ft mr off'olal' $ aiicnntu. ..
j \ I' I Regular Corrcpondeflt3.r S. Campbell was a visitor to the through here Sunday enroute to ITEMS: tho 27th day of AuKuat. A. p' I 191.">.1 VI 110
,I Brooker where he will visit his
seat Saturday. CiJcm? Wt'EKb
'r county (SEA L Clerk .
-- ..-.... ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. n. Warren. Dowling, Sept. 3.-Mr. Rollie Johns OI 'JUnl, .
Fish frys ore common this com fl-...
Miss Graves left here Monday By R. WF.EKS
Bunny quietly
citIzens drove their cars Sunday. and Mrs. Pearl Browning 8-30-6t. :
ITEMS: munity.
ri IlltOOXEK! Mr. A. B. Shaw spent part of last K. B. Woodard left Monday for Jack- for Savannah, Ga., where she will married, in Starke last Tuesday. We _Drti t 'Itrt i
I visit her brother, :Mr. Tom Graves. them happy and prosperous NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOK TAtt--;;
wish a
Jacksonville.Mr. ;
Brooker, Sept. U.-Many of the people week in sonville where he expects to secure UNDER SECTION 8 op ('IUFTER ,
L :Mrs. David Kelly spent the weekend "
much improved LAWS "
here attended the big meeting at : C. Tyler is very employment.Mr. OF FLORIDA
at Raiford with relatives.Mr. life.Mr. Soveit of Jacksonville, Nntiea I In hereby Riven that
I Colonel .j. M.
at this writing. ; G. :M. Bennett who is employedat <
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Sunday. of
New Hope purchaser Tax Certlflcati : "n
? and two daughters Mr. R. Godwin, of Pine Hill, was in Camp Johnston, spent a few clays \ Andreu Sparks, of Louise, attended motored over here Saturday and was the 3rd day of AllKunt. A. D S'111 ',L p"dc"I"<
Mr. und Mrs. church here Sunday.Rev. and Mild ci.rtlllc.ue In my offic h'U "*
Mr. S. W. Sparkman
of and
town Monday. his I the guest ..
Gainesville were in our town our here recently with family. application for Ux deed to : .
t l of Messrs. Oliver and Brinkley Hayes, The school has not started here yet, Riggs passed through here on family. with law .Said certltlrat.. "mlra...* I..Mona. .
i Tuesday.! afternoon to Starke lowing. deacrlbed. prop.rtyIlu..,. '
enroute weekend ,
in town :Monday.Mr. Sunday Miss Viola Thomas was the 8r
, of Gainesville, were as it seems to be a hard matter to secure County loridn. to-wit *
Mr. ami Mrs. E. S. Gainey and chil- Raiford lie was to conduct revival meeting,: Edmondsonund North Half of -
pi and Mrs. Kelly, of accompanied teachers. We are expecting to a guest of :Miss Eflie lot 4. Sic Ti'
of LaCrosse, were in our town their here this week but he was sick and had E. 41) acre
dren of
I number :Miss( Nona Brown. .
by a start in the near future. Th. nld land bring. asp.,....1 .,
Sunday. friends passed through here Tuesday to return home. Revs. Dyal and Smith Mr. John Thornton and sister, Kate, of the Imuance. of such ..cvrtlllcai "
t: Samuel Woodard was a visitor to of E:. J. Shaw. tJnlcua
1>1'. and Mrs. Thomas, of Graham, morning enroute to Mclrose with the Starke Monday. are running the meeting until he gets attended church at Sapp Sunday.Mr. be redeemed according to.aid law" ,.. .J...... ''Ioc.t .

n were in our town on professional business body of their child for burial at that Smith Manning, spent Saturday and able to take it in charge. : and :Mrs. Sherrod Robinson and .u 'II Is.thereon on the ht dayWltmiia .,,' Orlobt; ':

Sunday afternoon. place. Sunday here with his uncle and aunt, Misses :\IYI tie and Sarah Thomas, of family attended church at Sapp Sat- my official lirnalun. 'lid ..
sick Monteochn attended church here Sun- the 27th day of AURiut. A, D ;191.<: II
Mrs. H Nipper and little son, Wil- Mr. L. T. Osteen was on the Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown. urday and Sunday.Rev. W, T. W.EK:
: lard. spent Friday in Alachua.Mr. list Tuesday. Misn Dora McEwcn, of Lakeside day evening.Mr. ,: Crews filled his regular appointment (SE.\L> Clerk Circuit C. ir' llradr,

: and Mrs. W. F. Malphurs, of :Miss Edith' Warren, of Jacksonville, spent a few days recently at Hamptonwith : Alvin Wasdin left here for here last Sunday. By R. A'C", $t'hfldi.'

' ? Starko, attended the big meeting at spent Monday with her parents, Mr her sister, Mrs. L. D. Ross. Starke where he will enter the high Quite a crowd attended! Pentacostal 8-30.61. brI14v,,, '...

New Hope Friday, Saturday and Sun- and :Mrs. II. S. Warren, of Clayno.Mr. Mr. Ben Sasser was u visitor to the school. church Sunday night. ORDER FOR PUBI-.ICATKtN-.--
ffl'l day. M. Dukes, of near Lake Butler. county seat Saturday.Mrs. !Mrs. Josie Warren, of Tampa, is Rev. II. J. Thomas made a trip to In Circuit. Court State of I.

L. A. Brown spent part of last week spent Saturday here with relatives.Mr. J. I D. Guilfoyle has returnedto here visiting friends and relatives fora the homes of his brothers, E. I). and In Hnhth Chancery" Judicial Circuit llra.lf". It

;: U; in Jacksonville on business. Lucian Hazen has accepted a po. her home in Ocala after several few days. B. L. Thomas, near Lulu, Tuesday.We L. G. !Mott". Complainant

Messrs. A. B. Shaw, G. B. Colson, sition as salesman in the store of .\. days visit here with her father, Mr J. Mr. James Reynolds and family attended are very sorry to report that they Belle Mott. Defendant
1- visitors Saturdays. church at New Hope Sunday.Mr. of feverin It appearing. by affidavit appcndi-c ..
L. T. Shaw and W. Crews were A. Hazen on P. King. have two severe cases typhoid bill filed In the above .tetod .. .
to Starke Monday. Mr. Sumner Andreu, of old Brad- !Mr. Ben Hall has accepted a positionas I If. D. Wasdin and family attended their homes. Mat the defendant therein nRl11ed cat Ih.t II a Brllt_
;I of Starke made ford in our town Saturday after. I the big annual meeting at the S r..ldent of the Stale or 'lorldR. and .he u.
Andreu was
Oscar ,
, Mr. carpenter at Camp Johnston.Mr. .ald.nt Dr lirunwlck St.te of r..n...,. ,
a trip here Sunday. Wilmot Brown has been on the Primitive Baptist church at New Hope SAP orrii-reil the age. that of twcnty-une mid >iu.. 'is .lkI.f m,
nnn-rmlili .1. .
1 : Miss Inez Abernathy spent Sunday noon.Mr.. and Mrs. C. Newsom and children sick list. At this writing he U much Sunday. and la hereby reuulred to appiul i '-...
1 us the guest of her cousin, Miss Rosa of Pine Hill, were in town Tues- better. Mr. Truby Pinholster, of Brooker, Sapp, Sept. 3.-Rev. Mr. Harrell and complaint Monday the tiled 7th in day aaid of OctoK CHUM. .\,..D i brr,,,

Surrency. Mr. McEwen and little daughter, attended services here Sunday even Rev. Smith were in attendance at ser otherwise the allocation of said bill 1 wit,,i lilt lit

.t Dr. W. H. Clemons, of Jacksonville, day.Mr.. and Mrs. E. L. Crosby and son, Ruth, were in our burg Sunday. ing.Mr. vices Sunday. The attendance was taken It I..further. confpHHed ordered by paid that defendant thip. orilrr be cub.

spent the week-end here with relatives. Abe attended the big meeting at New Master Cecil Brown spent Saturday W. P. Byrd made a business! tripto large. llnhert once a week for five eonxcculive.
and Miss Hazel Waldo Saturday. Mr. Bostick claim agent of the Atlantic In the Bradford County Tel<'graph. i n....
4 Mr. Joe Warren Hope Sunday. night and Sunday at Dade City with paper published In aald county and itatt"
Warren, of Clayno, passed through relatives. I Mrs. James Graves is spending this Coast Line railway, was here This September" 4. 1918,

our town Sunday morning enroute to Cone-Colnon Messrs. Blanton Owsley and Ben I week in Jacksonville with friend! and Friday adjusting some claims for loss (Stall) W Clerk T Circuit WEEKS. Court
On last Sunday afternoon, Aug. 25, relatives. By R. A.
of cattle. WEEKS.
Worthington Springs.Mr. Hall, of Jacksonville, spent the week
.. g Joe Surerncy, accompanied by the home of Mrs. L. Cone was the end here with homefolks. S Mr. Rigdon/( of South Prong, was the A. S. CREWS. Deputy ""

I his sister, Miss Rosa and Willie Mae scene of a pretty but quiet wedding Miss Maggie Strickland of the LAWTEV NEWS!'! NOTES guest of Mr. J. P. Sapp Friday night.iEr. Solicitor. for Complainant 9-8.51

Ii F t and Cantoe Oliver, were in our town when her youngest daughter/ Miss Starke section, Is spending a while at Crump, who has charge, of the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

a .Snmlnv: afternoon.Jewrl Bessie was married to Mr. Clyde Col- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones. Please do not forget to send all your pumps for the Atlantic Coast Line, UNDER SECTION S OF CHAPTER eel.
in son, son of the late F. L. Colson, by 'discarded magazines to11': Burt's here last week makingsome LAWS OF FLORIDA
LaCrosse day
1 i 1 Moody, of was Mr. !M. W. Lee, of Lakeside, keeps was one Hereby notice. U given that 1) W !Mnonpurchatier
I the Mr. G. W. Lewis of this place. Onlya shoe repairing establishment Rail the of tax aale certificate .
: our town Sunday afternoon, guest the grapes on the move. He says the on repairs on engine.Mr. numlwmi.. "
few relatives of the bride and .pi-ctively ISfl. 180 and IA 7 Imiued hr 'hi Tu
of Lottie near road avenue, or call Rev. Alfred Even- Wills, of Manning was in Sapp
jnincy. prices are much better than ever be- Collector' for Bradford C..unlI."da, <,el I ft
: !Mrs. F. Colson and two daughters, groom were present on this occasion. den on the phone and he will arrangeto Sunday. of laid certificates being dated the 4th Jay "'

t lJ Iva and Virginia, of near here, "spent They are very popular among the fore.Mr.. Zack Cobb was a business visitor get them. The soldiers at camp Barnard Johns, of near Starke, was tillcntve Siptembrr.. in my A. office D 1D1A.and hail haa filed the. aiinlicatnr ta',, en,

l Friday, here with Mrs. G. B. Colson. younger set and have a host of friends to Jacksonville one day last week. are /greatly: in need of reading matter here last week. The far tax paid deed certificate to ifmue respectively in acconlunci mbrar.1'! ).I h-

!Messrs. Mabry Harrell and SecberEdwards who wish them much happiness. Mr. Arthur Bennett was a visitor to and that Is where these books will be John P. Sapp is fencing in a large following landu in Bradford crunly. r*.

c of old l Bradford, were in our Hampton Saturday night. sent. Remember the soldier boys. tract of land for pasturage. amtcRMtd at in the the date namea of the....iauiinc"'>ctiif.
town Saturday. 1IIERESSA NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Brown were visitors to Mrs. Catherine Tenrp, a well known Chas. Wainnght and brother were after particularly. pet forth.. to>wi'
Certificate No. 136 embracpa tho1' Hi
I L Miss Rilnn Baxter spent Sunday, tho Hampton Sunday afternoon.The and popular lady formerly resident here during,: last week. of Nnrthcaitt Quarter. of Northwem (fluar
i 1 '; guest of Miss Mamie I'mholster of Theresa Sept. 3.-Saturday night a boll weevil has caused serious here, has arrived from Chicago and Rev. :\11'. Lewis filled his regular up- !I....-L. 3D flickey., Tp. 6, 8. R 22 E.. iO cm comeS i iK

4 h i'inn Hill. peanut boiling was! given at the homeof damage to the cotton crops in this sec has! for the past week been the guest pontment here Saturday and Sunday. Certificate No. IAD embrace I A '<%.
-I Mr. and !Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan. There of :Mr. and Mrs. A. A. corner of Weat Half of NorthwtJit, Idler', ".
t Smith of
Mr. Guy Pinholiter made a business tion. The farmers are not expecting,: in Law- Arch Proctor, 'Lake Butler, was Northi-iwt Quarter. W of Ry. Sec Ti, -
win II large crowd present and had ley. The friends of Mrs. Tenre of last week. K iJ .od Millie ,
t trip to New River Saturday morning. more than half a crop. many here three days : E. 1 Acre. a nea nt.. ,
Misses Minnie und( Ilene Oliver loft' plenty[ of peanuts to eat. !Many games 111'IiIIs! Batten was a visitor to I are more than pleased( over her return W E. Sapp has received from the Hon Certificate'a Add to No.Hampton 10" einhinc See, 1!II. Ip I. R Hj'1

: Saturday for I'ulatka where they were, were played and at a late hour they returned Hampton Saturday. I and are trvinir- to .Dersumla her to Florida Live Stock and Agricultural E. HitHvaaed. Harriet Vt'alter*.
tiniest Baid certificates ahall i In -
to open, school Monday ; to their homes. Mr!!. E. A. Gaines, of Hope Hall, is again/: take up permanent residence at Co., of :Milton, a fine Duroc sow 10 to law. tax .....d. will"laniii .htmuon

:. Mrs. T. 1'. Ward and children and Mr. Albert Sullivan has accepted a spending the week-end with her mother her former home in East Lawtey. months old, weighing nearly 300 Vvitnexa the 7th my day oTicial of October.aiicnature A D inS I'M'wa 'ft

r Mrs. M. P. Matheny and children spent position as carpenter at Camp John- ;Mrs. G. M. Bennett. Mrs. Pearl Jones paid a flying visitto pounds. the Eth day of September A, D l"l"

Sunday with relatives at Pine Hill. ston.Mr. Messrs. G. M. Bennett, Ben Hall, Lawtey on !Monday afternoon, returning S (SEAL Clerk W. T Circuit WEEKS Cmir
!Mr. W. S. Nab! spent Sunday herewith S. B. Woodard, of Jacksonville, Blanton Owsley and Albert Sullivan to Jacksonville the next day. CLAY HILL ITEMS Bradford County H U

I. g his family. spent from Saturday night until Monday returned to Jacksonville Monday as I :Mr. Louis! H. Hill has been appointed I o-6-r.t. By R. A WEEK input. ..rNOTI'F

S MoiKrs. Joe Suirency and! Clyde here with homefolks.Mrs. they are employed at Camp Johnston community chairman of the Councilof Clay Hill, Sept.;; 3.::.The farmers in '
I Ward of Misses Currie D. II. Binum has returned to I National Defense and in that this section all cot- '! OF APPLICATION' FORT4 DFED
were guests I Mr. Zack Cohb and mother are goingto capacity are busy picking VMItR; SECTION M OP CHAPTER C'H<
and, Jessie Hall, of Lake Butler I Friday her home at Port St. Joe, after spending move to Larkins in the near future. called a meeting on Wednesday ton. They expect to have a good yieldin LAWS OF FIOK1DA .*
Notice la that Chrlatini <
afternoon. several days here, the guest of her Mr. E. A. Gaines went to Jackson- morning/: for the purpose of organizing spite of the boll weevil. purchaser of hereby Tax given Certillcate. Ni 1 l', !laird

I lIissIarltut'rite: Shriver left lust father, :Mr. J. P. King. She was accompanied ville Monday to secure employment.Mr. a community Council of Defense. Mr. E. II. Carter and son. Henry, the flied Ith paid day.certlflcate of September In my An ollici( and i"kai

L week for an extended, visit with her by her nieces, Misses Florence Will Jones is keeping his grapeson Details will appear in our next made a business trip to Jacksonville made nppllcation. for tax deed h. ianu "(

: friend, :Miss Sarah Jordan, of Way- Guilfoyle and Mildred Rawls. the move. issue. I during the past week. eordanen the following with deacribed law. Sold propert eertlHcati> .HuatKlUradfonl mtriM-

I cross, Ga. Mr. and !Mrs. Tom Wallace, of S Charles Shepard, who has been ser- !Mr. B. Padgett and little son, Clyde, county. Florida I to-wit ,,
Mr. John Ostcen, of Newberry, was Brooklyn, were in our burg Sunday. GRAHAM: iously ill for several weeks has recov- were shopping in Highland/: Saturday.Mr. wet Weat(Quarter Half, of Sec Southwwit 27, Tp. "Quarter, 8 K. J. Nnlh E .

a pleasant visitor here Sunday. Mrs. Mary Green and little daughter ered sufficiently to be able to take a Dorsey Higgmbotham and sis- Acre.
The Raid land being nuaeoaed at thi la
;' Miss Minnie Reddish was on the Hick Mary Lee of Palatka, are guestsof Graham, Sept. 3.-Messrs. Odell short walk out in the sunshine. The ter, !Miss Nellie of Maxville attended the issuance of auch. certificate in 'hi. >am*

list last week. her sister, Mrs. D. J. Phillips.Mr. Abernathy and J. R. Beville made a nurse left Sunday and Charlie Is now Clay Hill church Sunday.Rev. shall of Walter be reflnemed.Hooker.according. Unleaa to said law cm ta .dM et"

Mr. and Mrs. G. %v. Hazen and children Blanton Owsley is employed at business trip to Starke Monday.Mr. well on the way toward complete re- L. M. Moseley preached quitean will I,.,,. thereon on the 7th daY'''I' Oct 0110'

spent last Sunday with Mr. and Camp Johnston as carpenter.Miss and !Mrs. Thoy Dyal and R. W. cov cry. interesting sermon at the Clay Hill A. D 1918Witneai my. offIcial ainnature and wal W

i \ Mrs. I p. W. Hazen. : Stella Cloversetle, of Brooklyn Surrency made a business trip to the The residents of Lawtey will be g'ad schoolhouse Sunday. the 5th day of September A. D WFEKS Id*.
W. T.
t Miss Blanche Andreu, of Old Bradford attended the party here Saturday county seat !Monday to I learn that the local laundry problem :Mrs. E. II. Carter and children were (SEAL Clerk Circuit Court

.. I , spent Saturday afternoon here night. I Sirs Martha Parrish, of Sampson has been solved. It will be no visiting her parents Sunday.Mr. Bradford By R A.County\\ EEKS.FlomU.
i with friends. The recent rains which have fallen City, was here Monday on business.Mr. longer necessary to send away to /get: Hardee Prescott and little son 96St. Deputy. ClNOTICE ."
;t Messrs. A. A. and E. :M. Hazen were here have been much appreciated.Mrs. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal made a laundry, an agency,: having been estab were shopping in Highland u. Saturday. I -FJDINDER
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in Starke L. A. Hall and children business to Starke lishf'd at W. H. Burt's shoe Mr. E. II. OF APPI ICATION
(( Tuesday afternoon. are trip Monday.Mr. repairing Carter and Mr. W. H. I SECTION S OF CH4PTE8 4
4 !Mr. and Mrs. B. Colson and children upending a few days at Waldo with W. Warren and son, Bruce, of shop on Railroad avenue, where it can Carter, accompanied by Mr. S. J. Star : Notice la hereby LAWS given OF FI.ORinA that Wm B. I""""'.
and Miss Lois Kelly, of Pine Hill were relatives. Brooker, was a buaines svisitor here now be taken and first class work at ling, were business visitors to Starke purehaHcr of Tax Certificate N.) 'I. ,1"'
in town :Miss reasonable assured. the 4th day of September. A. D 1918. hoI
Saturday afternoon. Ida Hagan returned from Jack Tuesday. prices Saturday.Mr. filed acid certificate In my office, and h"
1\\ Messrs. Fred and Harley Hazen left sonville one clay last week, after a Misses Mabel and Ethel Byrd madea The ladies of the ladies auxiliary to : I. A. Starling, of Jacksonville, made application for tax deed. to laaue 'In .*.

\ Tuesday for Jacksonville, where they : visit of a few days in the city, combining business visit to Starke Tuesday.Mr. the Red Cross held their regular meeting was visiting his parents, :Mr. and Mrs.S. cordance the following with. dunerined law. Salil pro certiflcan|>erty lltual' emnnwj....d. ,

; will spend some time. \ I business with pleasure. Piew, of Waldo, was here on at the Woman's club house Tuesday J. Starling.Mrs. Bradford ",,"oty. Florida to-wlt *

.' \ !Mrs. Margaret Lewis and daughters, Thursday night a pound party was Business Tuesday.Mr. afternoon and there was a good J. B. Moseley was visiting !Mr. ..North.rter and Half Southeaat an.l East Quarter Half of aiV!Iouth"TP"Q. 'IC. !

I 1 who have been spending a while at given at the home of Mrs. John Phil Henry Altman, of near Waldo, attendance. Considerable work was and Mrs. Dennis! Moseley Sunday.Mrs. .The S. R paid 21 land E., 55(1 being( I Acrea.aaaea.ed. at the date M,

I I Worthington Springs, returned home ips. Quite a number of the young has moved here. We are glad to wel- I accomplished in the making of blocks W. A. Starling and three sons!, the lanuanee" of auch ....rtl .a.e In.the .am'
i last week. I folks were present and several games come them to our little town. for..a quilt that is to be used in Red and Miss Carrie Starling attended of shall C.he A.redeemed Andenon. according t'nleaa >paid law .prtl!lax d..d

!Mr. John Hodge left Thursday for were played. Supper was served, and : Mr. Williard Smith left Tuesday for Cross hospital service. Everybody church at Highland Friday. will lanuf. thereon on the 7th' Orteber

Camp Greene. at a late hour they departed.The Palatka where he will visit his grand town ought to join the Red Cross. Mr. and :Mrs. B. Padgett and family I A'WitneKa n IsIS.: ;my ofTiclal aicnntl n itS

:"\ Sheriff Epperson and Deputy I3aisI Lake City crew who have been parents. From there he will go fur- Mrs. J. B. Dye was a week-end vIsitor attended Clay Hill church Sunday. the lith dRY of September W, A;T.P WfctkS.SEXLi "" .

den of Starke. were in our town on spending a few days on Crystal lake, thor south. at the home of her parents Mr. Miss Ida Starling and :Mr. C. B. ( Clerk Circuit Court

.t business Wednesday. returned to their homes Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chesley Fogg made a and :Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.Mr. Starling and sister, Edith, attended I I Bradford By R A.CrenvFlorid.wEEKS. '

4 The revival nWt.tinll'hich will be I :Mrs. Mary Holder, of Lake Geneva, business trip to Gainesville Tuesday.Mrs. '. Joe Brown and daughter. Flora, church at Highland Saturday.Miss l-B-5t. Depot: > ri.rkPUBLIC

conducted by the pastor, Rev. S. S. is visiting her daughter/ Mrs. II. S. George Stone made a business have ,gone to Jacksonville to join Mri. : Jennie Taylor and brother, NOTICE

t Proctor, of Lake Butler, at the :MisBionnry Roebuck.Mr. trip to Gainesville Tuesday.Mrs. Brown who is there for an indefinite Harry, of Black Creek, attended Clay Notice I la hereby given that pealed. bid *ube I..

Baptist church, will begin on D. W. !Moore was a visitor to : Walker of Hastings, was the stay. Hill church Sunday. received In and by the for Board Bradford of County fount Commaalonera at Ih.."

Wednesday night before the third Sunday the county seat !Monday.Mr. guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Butler Blanchard remained over Little :Miss Effie Starling was visit- regular meeting on the lInt :Monday four-mu'In Ok'';''

in this month and will close the J. W. Batten returned to Jacksonville George Stone, Tuesday.Mr. until :Monday on his week-end visit and I ing her grandparents Wednesday af- leaning her. ISIS road for Rrader the purchane The Board of a reaervejrluhl 'be

I third Sunday night. Everybody cordially one day last week, after a few : and Mrs. Riley McCullough. of spent Labor Day with his family. ternoon. to reject any or all bid*. LINGChairman ,

invited to come. days visit with relatives and friends. Hastings are here visiting Mr. and Miss Douglass, our new school teacher Quite a heavy rain fell In this section Board County 8. T Commiaaionen; DOW Brad.

Mr. A. B. Shaw and son, Albert, Mrs. Chas. Cox and children, Emily Mrs. H. D. Wasdin.Mr. left last Friday afternoon for Lake Sunday afternoon.Dr. Attest ford: County.

spent Tuesday in Gainesville.Miss and Charles Jr., left Friday for their J. A. J. McKinney, of Sampson Butler where she visited her folks, returning W. M. Hudson, of Jacksonville, w. T. WEEKS 9-SI

Ora Melvin was in town shopping home at Jensen, after an extended visit My, was a business visitor here last : in time for the opening/: of spent Saturday night and Sunday with Clerk. -

Monday. here with her mother, Mrs. John Thursday.Mrs. school :Monday morning./: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hud TOWN TAX NOTICE d,
I Mrs. B. Shaw and daughter Maude, Phillips.Mr. Lossie Wasdin spent last weekat Mike Futch. who recently suffered scribeS Notice land I. hereby given that Public the. oIl0.iO.Auction! ..
will be sold at
\ were visitors to Starke Monday. : Henry Woodard left a few days McClenny with her parents. Mr. and an attack of malarial fever has now son.Mr.. S. J. Starling was shopping in the FinE Monday In October." tSl. l It .b".n.In. thC7th thC
Miss Mae Clemons for Jacksonville where he has Mrs. Johns. fully recovered and both day of pad. month. at Lawtey.
spent lust week ago accepted was able and Highland/ Monday. County 'of Bradford State of Florida er :
I with relatives in (;aine vi1le. a position in a wholesale hard Mr. Alfred McKinney and son. Roy, willing to answer the call of his country !Mr. L. E. Starling was visiting his much thereof aa will\ be neeeaaary to pay It. t tbe.m.
Miss Vera Surrency was ware store in that of Monteocha here leaving for Starke the after- brother amount due for t..... herein aet opo'..d..1In. '
in our town city. were Friday on on Sunday. .. .. together with the coat of aueh
shopping Saturday morning./ !Mr. I). W. :Moore was a business visitor msmess.Mr noon train Wednesday bound for the .. and .. .: of

,ii, The little son of Mr and :Mrs. C. to Palatka Friday.Mr. Jesse Byrd, of Louise was a camp at Columbia, S. C. He was given - . + 'p .. . . . + + + Green Eaat Ir"InLnt Lawtey I'.--Otta--..-aubdlvialon----------- .. ,1.,1ft lIS

Wilson is much better at this writing.. : Roy Kalch of Hampton, was business visitor here Tuesday.Mr. a reception the night before by Mr. : + LEGAL NOTICES + Roaa Jonea A oOd.ln-North..Block 88 In Eaat 200 Lawtey.Jaekaon feet of.-

Mr. and Mrs. M. Crews, of Newberry among the visitors here Thursday, George Dyal and son, Willis, of and 1 :Mrs. Louis H. Hill at their home. * * + + + + + + + + + + + Black 31 Eaat Lawtey------Law.--- 13'

spent Sunday here with relatives. night. ( Cooter Pond were here Saturday on I There was quite a nice crowd of "' C II.t..Kettlea-Block.... ..... _.BO_._I In"._Caat"."._"" 2S'
L. business I business. NOTICE!: OF APPLICATION FOB TAX: DtED W. M. .....din"-Blork 11. Lota S. .. 5.
'L' Mr. Gainey was a visitor The farmers of this section are busy young people at the reception as well UNDER SECTION
Or CHAPTER .$ 2 BloCkS :
S8. ft. in Block 2 and Lota 1. ,
to Starke Monday. picking cotton and castor beana. !Mr. Ed Crosby and family, of as at the station next day when the LAWS Or FLORIDA In Town of Lawtey ----- "',(
l\lrs. J. S. Forsyth, who has bean Daisy and Cecil Moore left Mondayfor Brooker. passed through here Satur train went through and Mike got a Notice .la of hereby Tn Certificate given that E... W.44 Millerpurahaaer dated. C H. East Parker Lawu-y-Quarter and acre Lot In 4 Ott block tub 119 ?

having malaria, is very much improv.ed. Starke. where they will enter the day. good send otTo the 6th day ot Jun.. A. D. 1111. i haa nled diviaion .. -- 1.11 I
.ahl tf.Mtlc.te. In my office and h.. mad. L. L, Sapp-B\-\:: ; East .l.t-.-
F high; school. Messrs. J. II. Surrency. O. W. Dyal !Mr. and Mrs. Charles lless were application for tax deed to .laaua In accordancewith E. E. BURNEV. _...

u Quite a number of our patriotic ( ?) I I Mr. Sidney Griffis, of Starke, accom- I and Dock Uilliar made a bo trip driving out in East Lawtey Tuesilay. lowing$ law.tleMribed Said" certlHcaM properly. alroafctd embram In the Brad-fol. .Marshal.*. **. and Collector. Town of L.......'-, '




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