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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: September 6, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 40. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,1918 NUMBER -11,1

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REGISTRATION WILL UK INEIII':: : :srtiMKIM: : : SIM\: in'A11RItll'AN '',

YOUNG MEN TO LARGE IN 'fillS COTNTY: Our Boys, Over Here & Over ThereLuther : MIAMKK: -: : HICK 'ALLIED DRIVE

Indications Point to a Total of Not (inn ('row Scored Two Direct Hits- I
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BE CALLED TO Less Than Fifteen HundredAs I Sub Kxptodcd. and Heal DownWashington. I BROUGHTTOASTANDSTILL
Powell, who is. U member of gunners mate and says he is. always

the Telegraph goes to press the the Naval Reserve, made a visit home glad to hear from any of the folks at Sept It).-Destruction'

COLORS FIRST registration' of men coming within the this week. home.Mr.s.. of an enemy submarine on Scptc-mbi.i i't '

new draft ages is proceeding rapidly, :\11'. and Mrs. N. P. Wamwright have : :Mary Mikall. who !lives near :t off the Atlantic coast, by gunfire

throughout Bradford, .county At :2! received a message' saying that their Starke, lately received n letter from from tin American steamer Frank Ylluck ,

DRAFT BOARDS ARE URGED I o'clock\ Thursday afternoon about :t2-:> son, Lieut. William :M. Wainwright: her son, Piivato Johnnie (h".lmulI.ho was reported to the 11I1d""n I I I
men had been tegistered in the Stuike has armed safely overseas.Mr. \\ is. on duty with the American fluent today by the master. of the RAINS HAVE TURNED LOW

TO SPEEDY CLASSIFICATION : district. It is believed that the number : William Phillips of Theressn, army ill France. He writes. that he Is steamer, lie said I that t two shots wore j SECTORS INTO MARSHES +

-- I will reach 41)0 before the close of one of Untie Santos boys stationed' at well and, ill line spirits. Like all ollwrbO1 observed to hit the submarine" which 1.
KUTIIS 19 TO 20 AND: MEN I mo:- I the day. As the Staike district comprises ('amp Shelby is still ill in the hospital. who write home, Private Goodman sank after a trtritlc'xplusinn.The in KIM: ; EIilll': <; Ki-hs: or lilT.Tim -

1'WEI32 AMI: >> 36 WILL SUPPLY about one-fourth of the population ,1 111' expresses the hope that their siibmarme, I the ,captain sauopened : i FIGIII'ING( L.IICGF'fEltRl-: ;

FIRST nr.iiTiNc: MEN of the county it seems probable :\ and :Mrs.' II. C. Peeples of :Miller ,1 work will soon be done "over there"i i file on the steamer at a "rang 'loin' ILKVKIIDO: { EN: EM: 1'I.I.
that the registration will reach a totalof have received a .card from their and that )he will have the opportunityto : of H.OOO yards. but when it found niter .

> uth'! of 19! and 20 years und meni'tween at least loOO. son-in-law I'I'of.V.. Ii. Feugle, stating return home to enjoy the eompiinionship an int.'ichungi'" l.f sixty. shots, tha, Eight week to the day mud for the t ,

| the ages of ::12{ and '!Jf() Inclu A reavy registration ut Luke Butler he has arrived safely overseas.. I of his. relatives and lends. I I I it wus outranged! by the .Inu'ru'm's first tmio the germ allied" offensive IIr1111',11111

SIM. who registered Thursday. will be wus indicated by, a call that came in Private Eugene: Finley writes his ,, In a letter to his l'OUKill.Irs.: F. A'I I i guns it tried to draw off. It was then :1 i't
I'och
is at virtual I
list( filled to the colors, and until the at 2 o'clock in the afternoon for an additional 110ther.11': ''. Laura Finley, of Starke, | Scott, Lieut. Samuel It. Ward writes]I that the ship put In t tan shots. which both the Hritlsh and I the pause.Tuie Frenchmi 'i t '

supply> of available fighting materialin supply of cards Sheriff Ep- that he is now in France, having. arrived -, of his experiences in ramp, the beautiful !- the captain' I'l-lievcs destroyed the onemv ; ,
their ranks has been exhausted old person left ut once for Luke Butler I II safely some' three weeks ago I country and well kept highways. I isolated Rectors of the! fr"nt.xt .n.l- M u ,

er men will not be inducted into with a new supply of the curds Albert Dubose of Starke, who recently I lIe said, If it wasn't for the Ot'casiunall I IshellhoUi ing from }Flanders tho east of Sois- ,

S I left for Camp Jackson has been in the roads u motor rule I I sons again have recorded advances, fh
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will go: out ser'l assigned to the field artillery for train over France would be a delight. Inclosing Wednesday witnessed no such ''j

Questionnaires of those and ,' his letter Lieut. Ward said : "I 1 t progress' by the allies'' toward strategic
registrants ages ing.The
have been ordered to proceedwIth many friends of :Mr. Hand get nn occasional. coi'y of the Telegraph objectives I as past ..IIhaH (brought 1 K''
hoard
their speedy clarification so that Crews formerly of Brooker are gladto which I enjoy very much and (hem befOIP the toirentia! rains tuin- .a.a'I
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son. of them may be called in October hear of his safe arrival "over ), when I begin reading: it I feel nearer the lowlands into impassable,
there." I home" marches mind the badly, worsted" enemy i4

W. L. Thomas, of Starke, received a I! Raymond (Hess wrote to his parents rushed bilge' leinfoicements for\vnr.l. *LV

Pointing out that in classifying: men telegram! Saturday stating that his !\II'. nn\, / lrs. ('has.. Hess of Lawtey, totop the gaps through which the,
above the ages ofU: the army son Private Allen Thomas was ill I(! lust week what he thought would l bo Mrya i )British l''i"(>n<'h and Americiin aimieswore '

haft would be "attacking the country with pneumonia at Camp Jackson.. his final letter before" leaving for overseas threatening I to filter and wreck

'- economic life and entering an unexplored Kaiford l Epperson and Charley Bousley lie was. then leaving Camp Shel- his "'mire i, military .situation. / f

field" Gen. Crowder in a pub of Starke, who enlisted in the navy, by, :\Ii"s.for- parts unknown, presumably y. ? Sf ah luring I tho eight weeks that h11111.1 ,,\'., '

lu statement to all employers and in- several weeks ago, have received their for a .camp at port of embarka Sty .l.t s I the allied t troops Littclcarel 1 f ; r

clustnul representatives besought their call to duty and will leave next :Monday tion. l Raymond has since written an : almost in its entirely, the enemy held

flat! in ipplying, the plans of industrial unexpected letter stating: that he is : territory, from the :Marno to thi Alsno t

deferments so that "the maintenance :Mr anti :Mrs Ira Addison, of Rui- now at Camp :Mills. N. ....., and his I in I lilt' great' triangle whiih had Clm- ,
ot the military establishment and the tram. Thierry at its and. Soissons i
ford, received a telegram from the war stay there is naturally somewhat in apex a
national interest during the emergen- department a few days ago: announcing definite. and. Hheiinw respectively' its western 1 1
,'v" may not be interfered with. and eastern anchor points. from" Sois.uis -
thnt their son. Private RomanAddiHon Leon Richard son of :Mr and\ :MrsKobert s
liefore issuing his appeal Gen. Hai; was missing in action.Mr T. Richard formerly of Storke, G, ., .. to Arias tile old bulge I westwnrdto f

Crowilei. had again pointed out that : nnd Mrs: I. K.: Thomas, of the I recently completed u course in nn officers .r :Mi,>ntdiilier! and toward 'the doorstep,)

or, i-tunnies of experts the war department A Miller I se'tion have received a card I training school and was commisBinned of Amiens! has all but been obliterated! l f

would expect to draw from and (he allies now are stunding across t ; ,?
from their son, Private Olson Thomas, a second lieutenant lie has I. ,
th. classes above :31 only iOl.OOO( men AVERY E. DYALSon setting: he has arrived safely over I I been assigned to duty nt Camp Pike. TRUBY I I.; .D ; a large portion nf the old llimlcnbnrgdcfi :

phv-i" ..ilK fit for military service and Lieutenant Richard i is well known in Son "l r vi mad Mi 1)). Iyul". o r 'use line and virtually are upon the ti I

i ..it milled to deferred classification of :Mr und :Mrs. O. W. Dyal, tif seas.Arthur Pearce. arrived from Camp Starke and has many friends here who I Graham; lie ,is. in the navy being M t., iimmdcr" of it, while to the north in .J I i

,m the grounds( of dependency or oecupatt Graham lie Is IS years of age, and, Jackson last. week on a ...hOl.t'i..it. to will, be pleased to know of his promo- \tinned' on the U. S. :S. Von SteubeiiMr. Fin nders tho deep sal drnts wlvchIhieatoned : 1

, I"', He also said that men of HI! enlisted !May 1st. :Mr. Dyul i is now in his relatives at Lawtey. His visit was tion. llyiil) him been in the. service fur, the Jon: liHh channel polls it Ir

11.1! JO railed were entitled to admis-. France greatly enjoyed by both "relatives and, The Telegraph received| a card lust two yours and is now. making, Ins 1llhtrip : have bent t eastward, and. I tho enomy is

,,"n t the students' training: corps nt --- friends. and of course Arthur did his i Si'turdiij: unimunnng the safe :irrirvalofTciolfTc'iiunt in'.ross the waters.. expelled fl'i DIM the vantage points frnni

th, .100 oc.-ond.iry schools, with which bit and enjoyed it, too. : A. .J, Thomas overseas ___' n'" which he was exultantly to make his 1 'I ,

ih' win department had made con BRITISH LINER Miss Viola Thomas, of t the Dowlmg 'The. Times-Union of Wednesday has I..\ \JUtTI.TIIIUr.<; I: (; i I ('L.\:SS\ drive in an endeavor. lei gain the s 'inboard t

Im.t hut added that this corps would, section, has received. n letter from her the following reference to this popular; aril t thus cause a diversion of .. 1,

ii ,imh. 110.001)) men, while over :,000-{ () I friend, Alexander II. Warren, of I young oflicer: 'I'he, IliU'lfonl/ l County Agi'n iiltiira the transpciit'' srrvirr, (Ironi r'nglund: to t

IMIII.mth, -- below 21: will have rcgislori WITH 2,800 SOL "Somewhere: in France( ," stating that "Lieutenant' Archibald Johns Tho High i School, under/ time munagcmi'n' southern Prance ,I t

i Thin-day. I he was. getting along fine and liked. mils I 11.! S. A., has arrived, safely oversea of piufrssnr "Pope, is making a line -- ----1.
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Me.,ihc.d-,. of selecting those to be inI the country over there very much. *. I.lent.. Thomas whose. home is start having already enrolled twenty .\l dl'SI; Itl.GlsllCMS; ,

I '. I i vru, military service and edu- DIERS ATTACKEDNO Marcus Brown of the United States in :St.like; : was ,graduated" a few years pupil :. The f'lirollniont me'Index I', (..li iOKDCK:: : :MtMBF'tS: .1.1'l'ho

< ,' .il training corps hr said, were navy was a wl'lt'ome'isitor last week ago,! from, the Bradford County High boys from the grammar .school. grades. vhoregistered
Bradford
tin,, ,morn, of other branches of the at the home of his parents Dr. and Si'hool and. after teaching in his homo I MX. from tho high school and one Id., I county young men
for service Aug tat
tiny! on
.i.!iHiin.tration.liKI . CASUALTIESVESSELBEACHED Mrs G.V.. Brown of Lnwtey. He left ci iinty and at Milton. he took up a In toJny's'I'elcgrutph professor, I'opc "
Ulth I I have been given n I heir order in "-
---- BEFORE SINKING (I: Sunday morning at five o'clock. His sourin the agricultural( college .it I' discusses the value of agricultural ed'unit I II liers.' They me us .follows : r '

l ) CROSS) : \ :SHIPMENT: -- I I many friends were glad to see him tI." 1'mversity of Florida, where he 'which HIM in a moat interesting niticli-. 27U:! Charles; IIrum."li'y"';) ohns.lla .

PROM mixDi'oKD corvn: SI'B.TT'IEII) VESSEL MIIKNir ;: once again.Friends alto! studied military science and /un8'veied everyone should rC'lId.Inrlll': Hurley Alexander 'lemons.!
and relatives of :Mr.\ l'ercyMcLeod his countiy's first en/ II."AI and 1'railford: county should rally toIthe
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LAGGID: : iiiniND:/ 11I'\1'1; :; : I I7a Marion Guidon.Ho
I , the Bradford. County who is of support of the local Mc'h."I.Iw'"
i-t Tuesday stationed at\ Camp the conclusion the first nude I I Howard.'
Joseph Henry
< h ii' ter i A. I H. C. shipped to the Kouthi 01TIWI'BLE: (;): : Jackson, Columbia, S. C., regret to ,rs' training camp at Foil MrPher-" is capable' of development into an institution Lob. ." William I'IIS.'O'ka..

, i ln\ision, headquarters| at Atlantaa learn of his serious illness and we siintlanta/ he was/ graduated second I I of the highest value to I thissectiun. fine Will, Dukes I 4

h..x> 'ontaimng. large number of Washington" Sept. 11 -" /News: of the hope he will have a speedy recovery. lieutenant. After u short furlough ., .. liiiii:' Ce''il Guy: Proscntt.. IS
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warm g'arments'for the use of the torpedoing of the British liner Persic-, j He has only been in camp about two at home he was sent to Camp/ I .\IIIU'11I'I'IUI.I'IUIllI''TS; ( ( I
l with :!,"OO) American on board in the
>ia\c' men who are defending our weeks. Bi'iiiiregard, Louisiana. where, ho was
:! "Eugene: Allen Jenkins.
?untrj. The branches at Kaiford war zone September f fi, was given tot I' :Mr. and :Mrs. \\'. II. Green of Starke, assigned to command of Company K:, I II. E.: .J"hflHOI7. of the Lake Butler :! Win. Arthur Stokes. L L7:1u

Hampton, Lawtey, Brooker, Lake Butter the American people] today firt''; have received a letter from their son, 1.h( infantry detached, and while ;in ", recently brought: I tho Tel"1 7."m I'"willV.: Freeman.
and Starke each sent a contribution through the British admiralty and Floyd who is with the legal department this position was promoted on Docem-j 1 I.tagraph Ciilhoun
James
I man a basket containing a generous : 7 for this box, making a total of 23: then later through the navy depart- Q. :M. C., France stating that he her I to first lieutenant. I,I supply/ of green corn new sweet Riot Klk-ry: IlutcliersonHHa f .

bed jackets (>4 undershirts 70 uncler- ment. All the soldiers were rescued had been enjoying a seven days furlough "Ids' detachment was consolidated I: potatoes and new sorghum syrup. Colonel Albeit. Crosby.Hii .

drawers 40 sweaters,
mufflers and ,t helmets. steamer itself wus beached and! the overlooking Switzerland and year and he was with the same command j friend, Johnson is doing his part to HIT -

.- enemy submarine sent to the bottom Italy when he left with it for overseas tint the food supply does not run short PRICE i: or GASOI.IM: : ) BI ,

MKS. :SARAH THOMAS by a depth bomb dropped from u de- Miss. Tave Andreu received a letter serI I ice. His many friends will be glad I ': R. S. Humphrey has loft at the Bank ri\ii: in 'IIIK l : f.ovKKNMKNT; : : : I
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stroyer. The explosion of the bomb n few days ago from her nephew, E. B. to learn of his safe arrival overseas. of Starke sample of the rice fuel' Acliniiiistrator Gurfield' anniunceil I
The death of :Mrs. Sarah Thomas. of lifted the underwater craft above the I Amlrou Jr. ,, of Jesse u / grownon
telling her that he was "Lieut.: Thomas is a son his farm this It is Monday that he expects noonn
year. a very
Midway, was reported to the Tele- surface before it disappeared! beneaththe well and getting along fine lie i.s Thomas, of Starke, and u brother of I fine and] certainly shows that Bradford fix a price fur gasoline'" for domesticnnsurners 1e
graph a short while before going to waves. still at Mt. Pleasant and he Collector L. Thomas of .
I thinks he Deputy Percy) county farmers do nut !have to dependon as will as the government,
!pi iv.. The end' came Wednesdaynight Officials here viewed, the result of I
will remain there for lIom..tlme.11': the local' United State internal revenue anyone rise for a supply' of rice. mud the allies, at a price lower than
at 10 o'clock after a long: illness the attack more at an allied success. Andreu has been "
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I promoted to second "filet- The Telegraph/ has an inquiry from ho (present market. price.. He 1 Is
Interment took place Thursday af- than as a disaster. The fact that the
Jacksonville! man us to when Bradford ',iwinting further reports on the situu- 1 .
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t t'liiion at :M o'clock in the Midway steamer was torpedoed when she was .
tion f liefnH. Inking'', definite action N'o
home-grown rice will )10< J
> bun'h cemetery. endeavoring to overtake the convoyedfleet I'IUCEFOlt( : \ I-LOKIIIV COTTON( BAPTIST ('II UlR'II county R
,"lll""r, mi was mule as tn what !the
_I of after overcoming :SKI-.I; : transports
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and i -. : I. ;" All,II! ''1C
engine trouble which had forced her to (;oid services both morning

lag, convinced officers that submarine All dealers and others handling cot ('\ ning' for a rainy day. Text for IIIGIiL.1NDliighlund : : .

commanders still are fearful of utracjang ton seed and cotton seed, products are rooming.' Luke Ki7:: ; evening I Thesfi .
I Sept. 13.-lurk:) Bn' .
hereby notified/ of the fixed by'' :!'i 'In.Thl'''. ,
And the prices
troop ships in convoy. representing Morris'o.! ., .lark l nville 'I lr
t immediate and completely\ successful Federal I'ood Administrator, Braxton service flag has arrived and
was n business visitor henMm 1"
s ass stance rendered by the destroyers rioacham, to prevail on Florida cottonseed then will bo "Flag"/: service next Sun- lay.

Ma- taken U4 an additional evidence and cotton seed products! covering ''diy: morning: to which the public is
i : of /Iuu'tt.and .
Mr.
W. K. Wimberloy.
that the convoying system now in'mg'uI' i the crop of 1J1! R. I cordially invited. Thereill he the
I of Biri
Mr. F.dwurd: Wimberly
.i?ticnlly perfect. Prices are hereby established! as fol- regular service at night.
i1p lows i I mingham, Ala., visited. their brotherH. .
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--- The fifth Sunday meeting will
and Wcdnes
C. Winborly'rue.luty
BRADFORD COl'MT CAKM-: For wagon seed, $
I ., : 1" V\l. BKNKHr: RED>> CROSS;;! For car seed, $71 per ton. Friday, Sept 27th at I 11 I o'clock. Thu day.
Cotton seed oil, 17 1-2 cents per lb. programs are out and wo hope for a I I :Mr.: and Mrs.. T K.: Kngebretson: of .'d!
111'0-1,] Cotton seed Jacksonville, .spent Labor Day with Pr
Friday September 27th. the meal $ >::1! per ton. good meeting.
ford County C'haph'rmer C'an Red, Hulls, $20 per ton. W G LAW her parents, Mr and, Mrs. K.: Wilkin

Cross. will give, a carnival in Sturke on I Lintors! $1.H7| per IdO pounds, Pastor. ( son

the vacant lot next to J. Alvarez's The above prices are based>| on a Mr. and Mrs. Thus. L. Iieun of 1 Ji
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4 residence on N. Walnut street. yield of 12 gallons of oil !910 poundsof I Land, sj plat several d.iy last week it ( h'I
The Rod Cross branches all over the meal 500 pounds of hulls, ll:> CAR OK III .V.SKSV their farm west of here. '

ounty will have a in this car- pounds of linters. I ,,
part Mrs. II. C. Wimborly and daughiHliubrth > _
in' 'al and the proceeds will be used forth The above prices shall apply on all \ ,. desire to rxpre.s our thanks! to I I : and Winifred, visited 'i 1. r

.. benefit of the county chapter. The transactions in cotton seed and cottonseed th- many kind friend who so kindly :I m.tropollVednellclay.. aM 1
ommittees are now at work for this I products and represent the max assisted us during the illness! and r,,
:Mr Gorge; Robinson, of Ja'k.nviII" '
affair Mrs. J. R. Davis acting a* chairman I imum at which cotton seed and cottonseed : death of our .beloved] husband and : s r
was a business; visitor here :Mit
JOHN GRADY KELLEYSon for the county. In next week's products can be sold. father and we especially thank Dr. J. 1

issue of the Telegraph there will be The abc 'e rulings become effective P. Tornlinson. We thank our friends ,, urday.
of :Mr and :Mrs. I). W. Kelley Miss Corrie Starling and :Mr t f.nvv PERCY W. KELLEY
the names of those in charge of booths on and after September 11, and until for the beautiful floral offerings
'it
New on .
) River. Young Kelley: was Starling went to Jacksonville :Saturday : Si "f1> an.1frl: r, \ "K !I.v. I
the "President Lincoln"when : and a summary of the various attrac further notice remain in full force and Mrs. Laura Johns." tho
transport Mr. and Mrs. Errol l Alvarez.Abb. to spend a few clays with relatives of New: I Iti r, who H483rd 'J, v h
tions. The carnival will in tho effect.
and sunk. He open
it was torpedoed }lr. J. R. Denton of Chattanooga Aero Squadron, 's'umewhere' la
B. Johns
afternoon and continue through the BRAXTO.V BEACHAM: ,
is Yard await-
now at Brooklyn Navy I "
'l was a business visitor here Monday. France.
Allen Johns.
ing an assignment to another vessel. evening. Federal Food Administrator. Florida.










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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER: i 12141M., ,

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. 1 I The allied unified command makesit croachments into the territory they
: certain that the expected drives at [ are holding have failed. Paris---And the Winter Openings

1 ii":1 s"f: Week's Summary of the War ] the vital points on both the north in All along the front the German big II

the Cambrai sector and in the south, I !guns are violently in action while machine -

: round the Laon positions will be su I guns in vast numbers are being Creations Are Practical---Mahogany A

co-ordinated as to insure the maxi i used in front of strategic points which II
': :" e .KKKNCII::' TAKK THIKTV VII-- Fere. Across the canal Ou Nord they mum result. I the allies are endeavoring to gain. Favored ColorNew
, CSEUMAXSHuns :\ :' : have penetrated at various points to a
I.GEl"IW: 1 THK i
f ,. The process of closing in toward the Nevertheless the British have dug
miles. The little
f Burning Everywhere: of Value an depth exceeding six of Hindenburg line at the points whereit more deeply into the sector southwestof York, Sept. 13,1918. creator it slyly creeps up to u,,', .
! forest of the western I
portion soot
Coucy
!f i i They Retreat to the Rhine the great wooded sector east of Laon had not yet been reached was continued Cambrai, capturing important positions There is one consolation that always line, turns over to show its ,,/'ra., ''

1 Y I" FRIDAY_The French and Americans that has barred direct advance east rapidly yesterday by both the on the four mile front between comes with the presentation of winter ing lining, and modestly retn., .,t, '

4 .: 'fl i; are fast driving the Germans out ward has been a entirely taken and French and the British. The British the Havrincourt wood and Pieziere, regarding styles in summer weather. Just htink I with the line of the skirt ;a"1| ,l.agars,

of.: of their positions in southern 1' ('ortly across the Ailette river Gen. Mani- moved' forward at an accelerated pace their old 1 French positions of the deliciously cold temperature in I have a girdle and thereup, !t.uk ?' '
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11 0 I and in the sector between the Vetde gin's forces have reoccupied addition- below the Cambrai-Peronne front andon dominating Gouzeaucourt and captur store. That is a relief isn't it? It some gorgeous black silk fri,,.(. !t
So rapid has! been that front itself Gouzeaucourt wood. stimulates our imagination sufficiently give it the desired finish
" I and Aisne rivers ; al points which have brought them they already are ing -\"d. I
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l 1 the progress of the allies-the French abreast the old German defense line, close to the line. South of the Somme To the south the French are only a to actually visualize ourselves in sure you it is the secret of the
c l in ricnrdy and the Americans and, outflanking the Present German line in the French pressed on beyond Terg- short distance west of St. Quentin and these clothes, and then we feel the atmosphere er not to be penetrated, this lapnuj"
eastward toward, flier and moved of La Fere. On this that comes with them. So something which '
the we a"
> French from Soissons 'this region and that north of the Aisne up speedily along the are at gates I must term< / ( ,
'it i I Rheims-that the retirement of the which is now pressing backward the line opposite the front between La last named sector the French daily are you see winter openings in the heat of ic. The majority of the tuna/when

1 1'Ili, 1 enemy has the appearance of the beginning Chemin Des Dames Fere and St. Quentin. enlarging their turning movement summer are really worth while. undraped are quite long, some ,.1n ex.
On the Aisne there Gobain the conquest tend to the hem of the
I. almost of a rout. I The latest French official communi- was little change against the St. forest skirt. TV <"n
. f Meanwhile Field Marshal Haig, in cation records the fact that the French towards the western part of the front of which would remove the 5- illustrated here is of the panel \.nt, !,

I : the north, from Peronne to Ypres, has troops on the north bank of the Aisne where the Americans and French are greater barrier to an allied advance in and is in one piece from the -h"u'r:'

,J ( been almost as busily engaged with have reached! their old trenches and on the river, facing the Germans on force eastward toward Laon in an outflanking I to the hem. It is developed, ,.. .at' 1

l' I I his troop in carrying out successful says that eastward the Americans are the canal which parallels the stream. movement against both the and serge.;
in slightlyless Farther east the II Des Dames positions Appreciation of the "
I maneuvers which are only a making further progress in the regionof Germans are giving Aisne and Chemin :Separate Flmw|
degree of rapidly forcing the Germans Villers-En-Prayers. and Ravillon, grudgingly the angle formed by of the enemy. t;1... At last women have found ;u pi"| ( .

, \4 everywhere to give ground. which brings their front appreciablynearer the line trinding off southeastwardly I The Germans here and northeast of !eIn for the much neglected sepani', i ; ,.,1",

" Haig's men again have made the Germans the Aisne and also gives them towards Rheims, offering particularly Soissons are offering the most determined Probably it is the Georgette that: 'a,'

" ''. : taste bitter defeat on numerous a position which dominates the terri stiff opposition to the FrancoAmerican resistance against the French, cinates. For since this fabri., h.,, (w,

l t ; Hectors and the end of the punishment tory southeastward toward Rheims. forces, near Roman, between Evil-! I realizing that should Gen. lnngin'sI used the supply of blouses run, flr'r., !

I for them seems not yet in sight.In Much probably will depend on this dominating lion and MontignySurVesle.In I I strategy prove successful the entire low the demand. How allunm; .- a

tit the latest fighting in the region position, together with the Flanders the British made some 'German line eastward to Rheims necessarily thin dainty, faintly tinted bloc| ,,, \\b:!,

'j' I. .'. extending from the old Noyon sector pressure that the French to the east further headway, but :found the German would be compelled to undergo a velvet skirt. The distinct "trait

to Soissons the French have reclaimed may bring, in starting a retrograde resistance stiffening around La marked readjustment. Thousands emphasizes the sheerness of th. Iea i,;| ,

J i t} thirty villages from the Germans; movement by the Germans from the Basse. The Germans apparently do of machine guns and" guns of larger and doubles its attractive appeal Tie
'I have crossed the Somme canal at several Rheims sector. not intend to give up Armentieres in calibre are roaring away against the

points and are standing only a All in all, with the old Noyon salientnow this sector but are reported hurrriedly French both from the St. Gobain for-

b short distance 'rom the important virtually blotted out with all! its! fortifying the region defending it. est and the plateau above the Ailette

f :: junction of Ham with its roads leading roads and strategic points in the hands river northeast of Soissons.

wSi,V to St. Quentin and Le Fere. On the of the French and with St. Quentin to BRITISH FORCES WITHIN SIX Along* the Aisne the Germans are r ,
: v.., South they have made further crossings the north seriously menaced by the MILES :NOW' OF ST. QUENTIN:. :' still endeavoring to retard the advanceof

i /" of the Ailette river and are fast British and the Germans in retreat Despite Stout Resistance of Huns, the the French in further crossings of

d. I skirting the great wooded region that from the Vesle to the Aisne, it seems British and French Advance the stream, probably in order to give } /1

1. ;I acts as a harrier to direct attack on apparent that the Germans soon must MONDAY-The British and French their main army a chance to make its

} L: Laon, the Chcmin-Des-Dames and the hurriedly reestablish their entire bat- armies continue to cut their way into way unimpeded northward in case of ip Mur.a.t.

.. ',,11 western defenses of the enemy. Seem tle front on the west. the German lines on various sectors of I a quick rush by the French toward

., ( ingly at the present: rate of progressthis East of Peronne the British are ad- the lower part of the battle line in I I Laon a maneuver which seems in the ,
barrier shortly will have been overcome Franc making by :Marshal Foch's forces. A
1 vancing over a front of approximatelyseven I Graceful Youthful Lines
and
and indeed, the entire salient Notwithstanding the large number; of reinforcements have
weather which I
miles toward St. Quentin, having
northwest of Soissons obliterated. additional has caused somewhat of a slackeningin been rushed up by the Germans here And such a glorious display the
captured
'J I Already the French south of Fres- towns. Where the numerous has the violence of the operations Field I also. along the Aisne front where the Everyone!
;; flea, on the fringe of the high forest of enemy attempted Marshal I Haig's forces have materially Americans are fighting alongside the
resistance has been
,, '.'(' Coucy, have penetrated the old Hindcnburg quickly over encroached upon Cambrai and St. I. French. coming styles for indeed there are
I
t ,: line. come. Quentin, while farther south the Particular attention is being given I II styles for every type. No one need be
\ In the north, further gains have been
.I '," All behind the lines northeast of / French armies are pressing eastwardon |I by the Germans to the three hinges of distastefuly dressed. These thoughtful lip I
I made in the direction of Cambrai andon
''i Noyon great conflagnrutions are to be the old :Noyon' sector toward La their line in Flanders, northeast of designers have shown prudenceand
the Lys salient Field Marshal I
,
Keen, particularly around Ju.ssy. and Fere and Laon and northward from Soissons and around Rheims. A breakthrough careful reflection for all! their winter lipV.
Haigs' men are still engaged in successfully
f f, Le Fere, which apnprently indicates narrowing down what remains Soissons in an auxiliary maneuver at another point by the allies models.
that the Germans intend to fall hack of the old salient. with the same objectives in view. would spell disaster to the enemy. A Variety of Sleeves ..
i +r ns fast as they can to the old German Between the Vesle and the Ai-nc Therefore the German high command With elaborate simplicity of the
1( southeastward from St. is buttressing them for eventualities. dresses suits nnd stil!
(. 'I lines running MARSHAL FOCII SEEKS: TO TURN rivers while the American troops are coats the most

t. '', Qut'ntin. HTN:' LINE: ON:. BOTIIITS FLANKS( : t fighting with the French additional In Flanders the German strategy appears sought after feature, some little touch 11.. .. t.
i' The French and Americans are hard ground has been gained by the allied to be the obliteration of points ;a necessary to give the desired
\'il'toriou'4IIi,' Sweeping Forward diS-1
:i after the (Germans: between the Vesle forces. I vulnerable to sharp assaults. Particularly tinction to each individual garment.

1 river and, the Aisne, and for more than \Despite Strong Resistance The British is this noticeable along the Lys the sleeve or the panel or the wal t- I The Separate Skirt and IHuiiir:
now are standing: at Vil-
;(t. eight miles, extending from Com! to Marshal Koch's successive hammer levequp, six miles from St. Quentin, I river south of Ypres, where the Germans I line must be given some unusual roleto jumper effect is very popul.ii! f"-..,

( Viel-Arcy, they have driven the enemy blows ulong the German; lines. from having carried out an advance, over n are reported to have removed all play, and in spite of the similarity I or dress wear. One of th>' -'i.i-'

across the Aisne and are standing on Rheims to Arras since July 18 have ten mile front, on the general line of (I their artillery to the east side of the of line, every design. is different, so showing a charming little m d..!., .f" .

I: the southern bunk o< the river. Eastward : well night completely flattened, out the Epehy: Hesbecourt and \Vrmand. To river and, u little to the north around different from another which is so I style The blouse itself! i- I I. .!. II"'t\
toward, Kheims, almost to the bulges created by the German offensives Wytschiiete where the British have advanced much like it. The
ri j up the north the greater part or the Hav-I long bell sleeve i is the front and, hack overpicn' .a i .'
1 ,gates of the cathedral city the German of the spring and early summer. rincourt wood, one of the German( fortified I their line nearly a mile, and apiparently "',1' of the most 'av.red I of the new offerings. By slitting the overpiece" in' f.< .

r line is falling back northward. At Further still, the well co-ordinated,] Points barring the WilY to Cam with slight opposition. Graceful in itself, it lends a that it hangs in two po'1-' ."\ ",
a anchor of the line in the vicinity of his attack has brought him | The> concentration of of all charm
the point progress brai, also has (been captured., So rapid, artillery dignified to tl ''ifcrent.
of I Hheims! however, the Germans to n point where he may well! be able has been the British advance along this 'culil' >'res, including machine guns and and, otherwise ordinary. : ro"twos. Sometimes .
i seem tn be holding< evidently | to .strike 1stil more disastrous blowI large bodies of men in the region/ of there are tiny bias ruffles at the
position of the front that they now arein A Word About Skirtis -
realizing that a retrograde movement I to the German defensive system in the the positions. they held before the i Sui!M>ns. where every nook and cranny I edge, nnd this style we 1 leave for the necessary when speaking ."t >-
t here would necessitate a straightening west. of the rolling country contains hordes who it .
young coquette wears so well .
big German drive of last March In rate blouses. There is nut 'l!: i *
i I of their line perhaps in far eastward From Laon to 'ambrai the Ilinden- these positions the Germans lire offering of defenders proves the importance the and looks at her very best in a dress the wide selection that theic Irl, , '"'

n" Verdun.In burg, line stood all last year in the way stout resistance to further progress :I enemy pllll'Ps.in. holding this territory, I that has just such a sleeve. The long, blouses to chose from, buttill ..in
I the initial maneuver to the retreat of the allied armies seeking to drive by the British. Gradually the i' while nothing is being left undone in tight dart-fitted sleeve is still the ma retains some characteristic whuh. ,r'.
along the Vesle front the Americans the region around Rheims to strength- tron's and, older,
back the enemy from northern Franco ,French are working their way aroundthe woman's delight/ for it apart from all others. Some ?.1\'
( and French captured both Ba- and Flanders Little impression was St. Gobain forest north of Sois : t'n in gun and manpower the German it carrries with it a certain smartness ;:: good looking sports skirts are zoches and Fismette. From Bazoches line against the assaults the Germans which is the
made in that line except temporarilyin sons in the movement that aims at the aspiration of the fair sex. woolen material and dressier m"je'< ,
I they moved six miles northward to General Byng's drive below Cam outflanking of Le Fere and Laon and apparently realize are soon to come. Just a tunic! But the hand of the are seen in chiffon velvet. The iltration !!.--

Viel-Arcy while from Fismette they brai lust fall.! In this summer's cam. I all the German positions east of this After virtually two months, of hard artist shapes it into a subtle something shows a delightful blouse II than

. \ 1 have penetrated more than three miles paign, however, the line has been region. They have reached the out I fighting in which from Arras to the which is ours to gaze on-not to equally attractive skirt in ,court
I northward to Barbonval, which is only wide front its Marne the Germans have question. A heavy black satin
I pierced on a along skirts of the village of Sevais, on the everywhere boastsof nation for sports or street wear. The
a little more than a mile south' of northern stretches by the British and northern edge of the forest two and a been worsted Gen. Foch has given no one which is draped on either side belt and novelty pockets are worthy of
'1 I the Aisn('. I within the last 'ew hours it has been half miles from Le Fere, while a short outward indication that he is to permit I and then with all the dexterity of the ': note.

,i i In Flanders the British have taken penetrated in its southerly reaches by distance to the north they'have taken the Germans a breathing spell. 1--

j, the town of I'loeflsteert and Positions the French. the village Mennessia: on the St. The greater portion of the German defensive

i f southwest of Messinos, and northeast I It appears that :Marshal Foch's plan Quentin canal. This latter gain brings system in the battle zone already The Summer Strong Better Withstand Than the Heat of For Cramps in the Stomach
f
Wulverghem and repulsed strong may prove to involve the turning of the French within little more thanI'ig'ht has been demolished, or is in the the Weak If you have ever been doubled! JJ>

, n S counterattacks launched against: them. the line on both its flanks-at Cambrai miles from St. Quentin. process of demolition or of being made who Old are people week who will be are etreniliheiied feeble and younger and people I with cramps in your stomach you will,

4, Southeast of Arras all the way down !:, and I.aon. In the north the British. North of the Aisne Soissons untenable. Less than thirty miles of gothroughthedepressing" heat of summer enabled by tak be interested in the expcritrtc"f f
,
V the line to the south of the Somme belo have been for several days in a position the Germans righting near hard the old Hindenburg line remain intact. and ing GROVE'S enriches TASTELESSchlHTONIC. It purifies Charles Henry Oswego, N. Y. who
are to keepthe theblumtandhuiidsupthewhuleeye l
;t > Pcronne the British have dug more' This is from the southwest of Cambraito "About wh'"i -if-.
deliver what lem. You four
| to might easily prove French in check the can soon r.lIt.SIr.og'heolog.lovlgor. says years ago
at deeply into the enemy's front on various I' a vital stroke to the west of Cambrai gain by them of much, realizing: territoryin that Fere and the British und French are atinil Effect." 60e.DGAR. fering from cramps in my -. 'P'.i'h' '
more
h, sectors, especially toward Oam- virtually upon it at distances and bowels I used Chambeil ,in'I! (I''-
', where they have halted at the canal PuT this, region, in conjunction with themnn..uv'r ranging ,
i brai immediately\ north and south Nord and made no move toward driving that is in aroundthe from a half mile to six miles at the 1 ic and Diarrhoea Remedy. It '- '.
of I'eronne! in the latter region having 'T home the blow which the logic of St. Gobain forest will progress the furthest where the British and Frenchare EVES far the best medicine of ih'' l" 'nl.' '
place entire -
driven in the enemy's rear guardsfor the( .situation points to as inevitable. German; defense line eastward toward -.landing west of St. Quentin. Optician TestedJACKSOWVILLE.FL have ever used.-Adv.

considerable distances. I I In the south the armies of Gen. Pe- Rheims in a critical position. When the drive \begun St. Quentin was *. -- - - -. ----

The Germans/ have been violently thin have fought their way to positions Near Laffaux and north of CelesSurAisne thirty-eight miles dsitunt from the allied Broken Icrxaes Duplicated Piles Cured In 6 to M Pays
bomliarding the Americans at Frnpelli whore the left Hunk of the line is the Germans have delivered front. S.m. Day... Rec'aved Drudnlatt refund OIYP1 ''I' NM.SpaaditonftalOrders
t on the eastern end| of the battle front under their guns and the edges of the ... \ -'We 1\y Po.I&C.e lo cure hchlo Blind. BleedmgorPntrudma1','." Mrenttuleleepeacrthearetspedcetwa. *
strong counter attacks but the French ce0 W 'O"SYTM'T Instantly rellpvn{ Itching Plli-n. and you
t in Lorraine !but hlIIttl'ml'h'd no infantry defensive positions. are beginning/ : to everywhere have maintained their GIRLS WHITEN SKIN rneewSpecial _

I I I attack Muif I than :U.OOO shells feel the effect, of the pounding.On ground. WITH LEMON JUICE

I, many of them gaprojectiles' have | the western outskirts of the bastion The Germans also : .0 e I.64.'F 3's +f4 A9 r8tr4-3t t4 t-I i f a
been sent into the American are reacting somewhat ,3+t44-h4
e the line bye of St. Gohain, defending, Laon, the south of Ypres, especially in the Make a Beauty Lotion For A

enemy. I" French already at Bnrisis are in advance region of Ploegsteert, where the British Few Cents to Remove Tan
of the line occupied in 1917 and i
"'IU :\(CAPTIRE: .: IMPORTANT: are threatening the recapture of Freckles Sallowness.Your Hardware ]
further south below the main bastion ,
0 Jt'\ CTIo.:. TOWNS: !FROM lll'.N':' Armentieres. Counter offensive maneuvers
are standing on ground which had not here and east of Wulverghemwere !
s Nowhere Can the Enemy :Make a Determined been in allied hands since I'.ill.' Far broken up by the British grocer has the lemons: and any S

Stand Against Allies ther north they are before Le Fere, drug store or toilet counter will supply
SATURDAY-The Germans continue whence nn eastward drive would During the first week of September you with three ounces of orchard I AD lines i
carry of business
I Field :Marshal Haig's forces have taken white for a few cents. Squeeze the require Hardware specially adapted lo their i
.
to give: ground: before the allied armies them north of the St. Gobain massif
more than nineteen thousand pris juice ot two fre rt lemons into .\ Lot- : needs.
the 150-mile battlefront
over The French drive seems clearly aim-
oners and large numbers of machine tle'hen put in the orchard white and .
*
from Ypres to Rheims. ed at his massif, which apparently We had this} in mind
1. i guns and quantities of stores. sh.ikiwell.. This makes a quarter pintcf when selecting r our stock. We carry al
I I Particularly heavy defeats have been safe. from capture by a frontal attack the very best lemon skin whitener Z supplies needed by .
f inflicted on them by the ,French in the seems not unlikely 'to prove the objective That further big events lIre on the upd complexion beautifier known. !
old Noyon salient and, by the French of an encircling movement. program of the entente allies in the MnFsage this fragrant creamy lotion i THE FARMER |

and Americans in the region betweenthe This however, may have to await the prosecution of the war U indicated by filly into the face, neck, arms and THE !Mi: r MAN THE CARPENTER *
Vesle and Aianc rivers east of further retirement of the German the fact that Newton D. Baker, the hands and just see h-iw, frec. Soissons.To northward from the Aisne to the east. American secretary of war. again is in callowness, redness and Toughness THE BL H KSMITH THE ELECTRICIAN f

l the north Field Marshal Ifaig'flmen Such a retirement is regarded as inev- France for a war conference. di., apptar and how smooth, soft and .
clear the skin becomes. Yea! It ;shu'less :1 And many other} special lines ]:|
j r have pushed their lines eastward itable because of the allies position on and the
beautiful result*
ti at numerous points in the enemy held the German left flank from the Aisneat C.ERM \NS INCREASING: THEIR will surprise vou -l\o.V. ((98)) It make n, -ence as to what your business is, if you nerd i i
' t1 territory for important gains and daily Conde to Vauxaillon and there are RESISTANCE: :' TO THE: ALLIES HARDWAF ''H have it. *

'' are increasing the menace against not wanting military critics who argued :May :Mean Hun Intends to Make Stand No Worms In a Healthy Child

j the entire German line facing them. that the Germans here will not and Strike Back at His Foes All children troubled with warm bv in uo- I s

t. ; In the old Noyon salient the ,French he permitted to halt1'11 at the Chem Tl'SI1AY-The' Germans have rule healthy.tbera color h,more which or Indicate less.uotnBCh poor blood disturbance., sad a. m JO! C.S: HARDWARE i

{ have captured the important junction in lies Dames position, but that the markedly stiffened their resistance GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly ,

;,I towns of Ham and Chuuny, with their enemy will be forced to retreat till against: the allied armies from the region for two the or duration three week sad. will art mt enrich a. General the blood.Strength Improve i Starke, Fla.f' !

railroads and high roads, leading respectively further north .thus additionally exposing of Arras to Rheims but their efforts eninf Tonic to the whole lyntern. Nature will the

into St. Quentin and I.e Loon on the east. toward stopping further. en throw In perfect off or health.dispel the t'lcaeaottot.he worm*,and the. 40c Child per wl"bull::I .. >t4...e... . ...... ..... .., .. ....................._rag.a..dAlt
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. I FLORID r.\GK TimER \

Y. SEPTEMBER: 13, 1918.
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:, 1 I gotiated ponce be" considered. I daresay m
,c1 II '
to say. I though, that right hero today I

Bert Willis-I used to play ball with Pastor 7 ells Way there are .,one who>, when the opportunity McCall Patterns

Soldier Letters. I II IIEXlract him- otr"ll'j"JIII.I, speak favorably . rV e

Is working n farm with his uncle Jim. Punish GermanyNew of a negotiated. peace, but such people! t 1

F'o would be materialistic und would bemerely + you can l>e patriotic;

$ from a letter written bj The Red Cross ladies pave a ten seeking to put dollar in their the U eo( material -
D. Green, :!n t Harvey .: York Times August 20.) I own piukets."The I
1 ( and still dress in
A,. -
Bn., fith Army Corps, Phee perfect (
Rep. Matthews of;' i have seat
o The Rev tr. Mark: A. Vatican shall not it
American Expeditionary Has sold his house on Lincoln RondHe ( and best '1
79;! taste t of
i load Seattle:: \\1I8h", preaching yesterdaj at the pence table. It has no right to I
:Miss Florence Car- couldn't carry so big a
to
,
I ? France Methodist minister's had a call afternoon in the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian such! a place unless it were to frankly 1 style If, when you make
The
+G
,, Starke: church, Fifty-fifth street and: admit that it is one of the belligerents! ; 1 h
I haven't had any mail in so From a wealthy parish near St. Paul a new garment, you used
audi for that (
Fifth Avenue, stirred his large if on the side of Germany, t,1
whether old Herb Sweet is married at last,
I don't know And
v a time that ence to frequent and enthusiastic applause reason alone, ns \\'lllLs others, it shall a McCall Pattern, you
Although He forty-two. How the year: I ,
not. was
letter
or
( ,aid read a when he outlined "ten corn never have a seat at the pence table.It can be absolutely certain t
several times sinceI rush past! I
i, i been moved niniulnients' under which Peace shall be' is not an intermediary, cannot be, "
I,,' .' over here, I suppose I will I I 'I that the style will
e been dictated to Germany, as follows, : and has no right to be claimed as such f
place some time But here's an item that makes me see (
if* a permanent What a puzzling!: riddle life can bt>. 1. Germany shall not sit at the I I "Germany shall be crushed and made! I I I be correct, the fit perfect I

, ,r killed ir pence table. She has forfeited every to submit tn terms of peace dil'lllh"1' h' and that it cannot
: is nice over here "Ed Stokts, it rends "was ,
I Ii 'Ivthing very right to sit at a table where gentlemenof to her by Ameiicn IIlItll1\1' allies It isright i jJ 1
chi people are as nice and accomng France She I' I I \ j be properly! made with
honor
'r'-' integrity and preside mad dog would I
have nice When the Allies made their last ad !: to destroy" u ; you
be and we a
) r', a" us can vance" has outlawed herself, is unworthy of not negotiate with him, would you ? I II !lesss material.

t. II '110f Ed Stokes! That boy with the laughing belief, trust" and confidence. She may I Remember the German people are just
; watch the: procedure at the pence table: the Kaiser und
+I I' '' ..i.'ttfrom a letter written by eyes ns much to blame as 1 1l
from hoT seat in the cage of culprits. Therefore, there shall CdPatterns
Willard Evacuation skies his war lords I
Y '"hnV. As blue as the early summer ,
', , ,e',,'' No 4, Am. E.: F.. via New He wouldn't have killed a fly-and yet,, 2. The: peace table shall be preceded ) be no )peace except that which follows' 1'nr t' / for September/
o. shall forever -
I martial which '
court
4 yl\ 01 '<" his mother, Mrs. A. Willard, Without a murmur, without n regret.,, by the other absolute vil'lorILnll the establishmentof sale
and note on
Germany any 1415 Ur.a
' prevent
.;f 'kc, He left the peace of our little place, righteousness 0
(') July 15, 1018. And went away with a light in his face nation from committing the outrages We Dr. :Matthews also spoke" of the war +| III to..... +

\\ try and answer your letters re- For out in the world was a job to do, which Germany; has committed. the "Profiteers, whom he referred to as "in ,1 j'
ascertain from Germany
lately, the first I have had since And he wouldn't come home until it must first famous traitors who should be so '
11 M of the
t, 10'+" the U, S. A. and you can't tell was through. commanding officer in charge of the sinkingof treated." Turning( to the report of the A .M. DARBY Starke Fla. ;
submarines at the time: ,
\I glad I was to hear from home Four thousand miles from our tiny the Lusitania He must be court fir craft production situation, he said:

m ,,.< more town martialed and shot. Who were the officers "Everyone found. guilty in the air
\V' have a good many patients in And its hardware store, this boy "('ntdown. command when Red Cross plane fiasco should be court martialed l f

10 hospital now, all American boys. I boats in destroyed, hospitals bomb- ind given the severest sort of penalty.I For Indigestion, Constipation or Arrange now for Protecting your 1st {e estored

11 1 having my hands full but I don't Such a quiet lad, such a simple chap- ed, nurses were killed, and Belgium'\ raped. 1 I have no sympathy for tiny one when I I Biliousness corn again weevils. Pry weath- J J Jer

ind it This country sure agrees with But he's put East Dunkirk on the map! officers must be he jeopardizes your boys and mine in I Just try one S0-c.,nt bottle of LAX-VOS north "I j| ''
commanding in the
f It's some country with the old -Charles Hanson Towne in American These and shot. officer rder to satisfy a profiteering spirit."i'j'I WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive ban rut the crop short
Every
thioned cities, the square buildings Magazine.'\ court martialed Allusions to nation-wide prohibition ) Laxative pleasant to take. Made and and a cribful of 'urn will represent u ]I'v ,
in command of a division or corps, Metitcine '
Paris ,
the public by
recommended to
streets. On market daya of y'i
narrow "copartnership"instead tidy sum money.
id FLAG and who had authority to order or prevent nd the necessity for manufacturers of Laxative Bronx .
town is a sight' to me. THE and
French \ capital
strife between
the: outrages committed, must be of Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill: ToniaDon't U
down the The cotton in Walton county
everything on crop
pile followed by applause.
ey martaialed and shot labor also were ,
knew how much the flag court ,
vptnent and the people look it over. We never :'ttu Surrender! Her Sword It was said it was the first time in be afraid to stock the farm much better than wan expected. The

ou can find anything in the world We Could used mean to boast, until of they it and went brag away, 3. Germany shall surrender her many years that a preacher hail re- with good breeding animals. Foreign weevils have not damaged the crop to i 1 ;

om green corn to nest onions, from demonstrative a reception in already in America looking
As something of a by-gone day. sword, demobilize her army and surrender eived so buyers are any noticeable
earn engines!: to go carts, from cows start tears her navy. She must not be per he[ staid old Fifth Avenue church. for such animals 4I
our
bake But now the flag can
white rats. The bread they
of joys mitted to have any army or navy. She --- -
In moments our greatest I
round loaves, weighing sev- -
is in

n pre pounds, they are six inches through; Old The Glory symbol in the of sky our appears little boys. and may a answer navy for that protection.she needs The an Allies army extent.n n
the middle bignO.I'h
hole in just
id have a
\ for a man to run his arm will guarantee her ample police pro, r 1\\ I'

don't up any.me. We knew that sometimes people wept tection. .
They wrap
rough.. 1 saw a man going' down the To see the flag go waving by. 4. She shall. restore Belgium, repair ,,1 "

a six loaves of bread-all We never guessed the griefs they kept, every injury and repay, in adequate '.l'.. :-
treat with We understood just why. financial compensation, for every -, I
and on his never -
k4 trung on a stick swung But now our eyes grow quickly dim, ruin she has wrought. She must return 0.. :.-.. 0 0 .- .',

( houldcr. with sobs today Alsace and Lorraine, free Poland ,. -
u last Our voices choke ; .' '- ,
I played the violin at church Roumaniu, Serbia and all :. .. :: \
here sure treat an The Flag is telling us of him, restore : :, \" : ..
The people
night \ France injured or -
of Italy and
that's parts :
u fine. Our little boy gone away. ' : .
American soldier held by her. She must relinquish all : I

and restore to Russia ', ". .
Russia
could be claims on '
Somewhere in France, We never knew the Flag l
July 21, 1918.i So much a part of human life. everything claimed in the recent far-

t We thought it beautiful to see cial treaty with Russia, ,
'4I LJ.[i :M. Alvarez, I of .
', Starke. Fla. Before these bitter days of strife. 5. She shall relinquish all hopes I

beautiful it .gleams, ever again. possessing her colonies; '
Sister Just bock from the But now more
' Mi -
n dear
I II dwells.It shall never be restored to her.She ;
heart it they ;
And deeper in our
nnd I take advantage
rest
fen
Vii'a I \\t a I t
of
self-government
is incapable
I the emblem of our dreams
r, ,- 'h l first opportunity to write for is
HELP
anxious. For of our little boys it tells. because she does not believe in government -
vnu are
-Edgar A. Guest by the consent: of the: governed.
absolutely! Never got
i im O. K. !
She believes in government by force, ,q
-
" 'hi d i. It a big game, I tell . ,
i was ,
< ; q. 1 'S' ce. $> '?- l' of the consent or objectionof
regardless
well you've road the pu- r
n we-- ,
y i
the governed. She is not 'ompet- STOP
,.,
1'Yt' ;NO'; MORE FORDS;; ent to govern her colonies. Her con- l

N \I w 're here for rest and recreinil '0. r trol over them has been detrimentaland -

;, of course the eternal quest ', Detroit, Sept. !Production of disastrous. Palestine and Asia -

[t "Where do we go from here?!" motor cars by the Ford :Motor 4 Minor shall be free. of Germany and THIS I i

11 i ," the lips" of everyone. We don't *, Company has been suspended entirely *, the I bloody Turk. Constantinople and r

11-l >"ut we rather figure we'll be *' it was officially announced, the Dardanelles shall 1 lie, freed from all a. . 1'i

'ic again soon. This is only a '0, here today. The move will enable German; and. Turkish power They

imp and 1 a place for the re-out- .' the company to devote its entire shall bo free to all the world. ,

+ i, ">-oldiers. fresh from the front s. facilities to government work, ,. <:. Germany shall live on herself: i I

i ,ii In the best of health, thought I. the announcement said. ,. within herself and to herself. She I

,'ft ,houlder troubles me some. -t, <0 shall remain in isolation in sackcloth I r

it out of place today white I 4d.an4 '_ o'... Fcr. ,) ., .;.0. (., .,., and ashes for lop( years. She shall not ,

IIlInjr, -- -- have during that period entrance to i
I (
nst thank you again for the nice 1lILIT.UTU.I the political' and commercial league of I

''ii' sent me. Now the Colonel has I Stetson University is in receipt' of nations. Her crimes have barred, her
O. all orders and we must need. the of .1. tf
K ti telegram saying that it has been accepted from membership in league na I
il ,iir Madly for him to O. K. it at all. by the Government as a military tions.

Ifiiess I have a bunch of Telegraphs"I' training school. This fact will be 7. She shall be cut ofT from the a

d up somewhere in France They i or much interest to those young men of commercial confidence of the world. f

well as magazines: are very accept- draft age. who wish to continue schoolas She shall not he re( gnizod ns a trader

long as possible and yet get full among the civilized nations. Any merchant -

from or any person, a citizen of this
i'hi pansies I enclose come an army training.
'.d. French garden behind the front government or of the governments'\ of

Through the sky above it thous- our allies, who buys an article made In S .

,"f monster shells go screamingn ; Germany for the next 100 years ought i.li

n" way to death and I destruction, to he court mart inl.." and shot as a

,'t i the flowers bloom, on just the traitor to humanity and righteousness.It '\ tr- i

md life their smiling faces to. Reasons I is a crime against! humanity for any eq 1 1
to trade with an outlaw.
". their Creator as though confi- one
'f the near and successful end of Why you should use Must He Saved:; From Herself P'I

Cardui, the woman's I H. Germany shall submit to a protc'torate -
war. q tonic, lor your troubles, I over her mind and consciencefor WS.S i I r
't about or what might been shown in
worry me have indefinite period. -at least for ,
, -n to me. I see lotof fellows thousands of letters from an w
scratch, and q actual users of this medicine I twenty-five years, or until we have i, .
without
ime back a
who speak from trained the mind of a new generation. 9
''f the worst happens alwaybe personal experience.. It Germany organized her present mur-
that I was over here and in the the results obtained by
would.I not he anywhere else other women for so many derous mind through her universities.She .
I
q' pq years have been so uniformly must be saved from herself and
"i if I had my choice. So don'trot
're not
good, why
for the world's safety.
Old Glory i-s worth any sacri- give Cardui a trial? s.
SV.
that any of us can make. h 9. The Kaiser shall be exiled to BUY

Your loving brother, TakeCARDUI some lonely Isle, there to spend the

PVT. JOHN R. SHARPE,, rest of his life, and, he made to read

d.l -hine Gun Co., l2nd(! Inf., only literature which tells of the success r

Am.France.P. O. 727. Am. K.: F, America, triumph and ,her peace allies.und prosperity of September 9th to 14th _


I 10. The seas shall be free. The

THE LITTLE HOME: PAPER '- The Woman's Tonic l world' shall enjoy liberty., Militarismshall

-.II ol I be crushed! and representative, & KEEP Hlf OUT of AMERICA i n wt
r" little home paper comes to me. ..., Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, .... I righteous government shall be established L
wrltcsi
Cullen, Va., I ,
sadly printed as it ran he; 1'I I on the earth.
"About 11 years ago,
'"' 'n ungrammatical, cheap, absurd suffered untold misery I As the preacher drove home each of

"" how I love each intimate word: with female trouble,bear his ten mandates for peace burst after Y

"i i here am I in the teeming town, ing-down pains, headache I burst of applause, mixed with a hum t

Where the sad, mad people rush up numbness . I , of approbation, greeted them. p Committee j
and down, would go for three weeks I Dealing with the many peace feelers I National' War Savin0s

't''id it's good to get back to the old, almost bent double . of the Central Powers prior to laying

lost place. My husband went to Dr. I down his "Ten Commandments," ,
I
And gossip and smile for a little pace for Cardul . Matthews: [ said:
I proposal heretofore coatrtbuted! for tk W&.ni.tt.f tk. War bythtN
Alter taking about two "Every peace TKU ..- : . :::;J
The weather is hot; the corn crop'sgood bottles I began going ugested has been German-made, re-

; around and when I took i i gardless of the pious or uniform lips

They've had a picnic in Sheldon Wood. three bottles I could do |! or pens through which it has been fil- Bradford County Telegraph

And Aunt Maria was sick last week; all my work" E-80 I tered. There never shall be a negotiated -

Ike Morrison': got a swollen cheek 1 | peace, a propaganda peace, nor -

And the squire was hurt in a runaway, h 'V 'I!hall the insidious Propaganda for ne- fl
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,bt $> '$> u'b4 it444 't't0' ing and.l condemning the present system fertilizers, drainage and irrigation bo total high schools and 1 n. --- ,
your plans on that. j has made the soil not only support the department of agrtculi! 1'' 'r.
Telegraphed 11 of road work, which you lire trying
Bradford! County "We believe it would be a shocking 1'.OIUU.'SSl'I.'fY LIST to defend. The system employed population but he is able to send mil lli! ; six times as mu<-h .1, a
mistake. to encourage any idea that the from Louisiana .
another
., worth of exports
been all lions of dollars -
would have
in this
WEEK: county
Iii: PAST
;i. DURING: 'I
j jKvery
in sight
entered as second end, I of the war is definitely somewhat smaller hit ''I
Weekly, and |I Ic motion ,,.' '. right 20 years ago, but when we look his shores, -
clah" matter at the pout-office lit : plan now laid and every should . Private Alomto W. Jenkins about us. in other counties you must History tells us there was u time high schools.' She sptiI I rt
States ah!)
Starke, Florida. I now made in the United probabilitythat .. Starke, wounded, degree undeter-, .' admit that we have the worst system when the entire peasant family of of money annually t" ,, ill,
I the
== be shaped by strong ,.. mined. '. of any county in the state. Denmark sat down to eat from one schools. According to tl I '
American soldiers will be fighting in the middle of of agriculture in 191r,, i tt
Owner. set
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor; and from this. date-- Bugler Dan W. Collins, Wau4. What was the object of the! commis- bowl which was e!
in Europe; ) one year of the six times much ,,.
that each member as ns Fl> ,
Kditor.; the floor, and
1 J. C. ROBINSON: : Associate twice as are there now, andfighting chula, died from accident. sioners in going to the expense of haying .
as many from this bowl Kansas became
food a stutter
his <
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family got
twice as hard. Private! Thomas J. Wells, Jasper the State Highway Commission
"Those United States soldiers are .'. severely wounded! a lay out a chain of roads ? Has the engineer with a crude wooden spoon, which after Florida was admitt i ''aul"ret.

1918 SEPTE)1I31GR 191 the of the United States I Private Curtis E. Shelton ever made his report? If he each meal he stuck into a crack in It was then a frontier ,' > , I
making name
till he was locust curst drouth .
remained ,
= = MLi shine with a luster before the world. i. Woodrow; killed in action. ' has, why don't they let the people haveit the wall where it '. swept ,, ra
RLw '
meal. How different day it is one of the richcthe
splendidly justifying; our .' Lieut. Mill Altman, Wauchula, *' and tell them which roads have beensurveyed ready for the next to :
They are . table and union. It has
j3T4T5 7 now! He now has a an ago!" ;n r
I i. undetermined.
faith and pride in our country. The wounded, degree ? If we have been oorrcctly
Liberty Loan is only a bhort time ,a, Private Henry Smith, 7 Cordo- .. informed Mr. Bluckwelder had a road plenty to eat on it. In addition to this lege at Manhattan which "+ ma
next
91011121314 .*> he sells\ large quantities of milk, eggs, millions of dollars of mm, .
8 When it comes time to subscribe vo St., St. Augustine, wounded. laid out in his district and had it warped mFe '
away. beef. He has nn unequaled extension work in the 1
-uai'
butter and even .
.t. that -just individually Scrgt. Harold E. Gould De- so as to pass his farm. '
L51 1718192Q21 see you '. killed in action. -.l- I market for his butter. This moos and it is reaping \\ '\' I,
and Land, at
to be fought
; you-prove worthy You soy you Just granted a new pub
containers this in
work increased
tin
< I makes und puts into pi' ;
died for. Do your part as they are doing Private Dewey G. Martin, Bug- lic road because the people asked for he I' !k'
23z4th6 28 torrid landsgetting and animals. ,
to the :
,a action. t and ships it chiefly crops
2 theirs." dad, missing in it. Have you been able to put all the '
Minnesota with ,
the
.a' Bars for every pound a premium lisa I
Lieut. Harrison Edward I c'
I BEHIND: in ,.> public roads in your district in first He has learned to sell milk, having long winters and :;:
FAR price.
ItRADr'OKI COUNTY: < > ringer: Jacksonville, prisoner class condition ? If am
so, probably you .
1 German camp. butter and eggs in large quantities : mers has come to be one ..0' < -Treat. ?up
have of funds that
that makes the If Florida is to do its full duty by <*, pPrivate a surplus so you and that by doing so he reaps reward est live stock producing 'tr' 1

It is not patriotism home stand when War Savings Stamps as it has by Liberty .i. Glenn G. Gallagher. '*. can open up new roads. for his work and'at the same time it I Union by knowing how fir" tittl
warmerat We asked that the roads laid
only
chair places at sound oft Bonds, Red Cross and l the Y. :M. corner Twenty-ninth and II. Sts., takes very little of the fertilizing ele- I has an agricultural collel'n\<< \ I
in public out by the State Commission I
they lire sell about I.. *, Highway: from his soil. In fact he has agricultural high schooK] .
be to ments
1 1\\ the six o'clockhl tle. It is fear oft C. A. it will necessary Miami: severely wounded. he taken up and put in good condition.There I <
$15,000,000 worth of War Savings > Private Peter Mickler, Arcadia, S> learned more regarding fertilizing elements instruction along this lini y
is not of these roads
opinion. one nearerthan I
public ,
Stamps between now and December1st. a wounded severely. t he has learned the fertilizing several other lines.
three miles to either of
"uncrowned Approximately $5,000.000: of this Private Haakon M. Amundson, .* us. value of cotton seed. So we find that I Wisconsin, another North r rase
the
Win. I D. Haywood We started this discussion at the request -
t of the Industrial Workers of theWorld" has already been pledged and another ,*, Hallandale, wounded severely. <$> of some of the leading citizensof he invests heavily in buying our cotton is probably the greatest ,Jain. tai In

king has been elected to a 20 year $5,000,000:; already bought, leaving a .*. Corporal Alfred, F. Hcndry, this community. The object was seed for his soil He has also learnedto I the Union. It has been maiti i> tl

term in the Federal penitentiary at little over $10,000,000 to be nctuallyboulo'ht *> Dade City, wounded severely. 'Y to create a sentiment for better 1'0"11. take extra care of his cows and great agricultural college and i- 11.
addition to the amount already 4> far to blanket themin tension workers who
Fort Leavenworth, Kans. in 'P Private Dozier Johnston pine To get better roads we surely will haveto pigs going so as co-opornti i with
pledged.,! + Level, missing in action. & cold weather. He finds that this it. These extension workers e\cr IU'
change the system. We started out
"The war has caused to be a war. It With this situation confronting the i> Corporal John C. Geiger, Jas- to keep our side of the question on a pays him well for it saves food. perintend plot work where garden eg.
and lib- state, there was no other alternativebut v per, severely wounded in action 4fv > The people of Denniark on the wholeare etables and other plants are raised oj
in a crusade for right; justice high and intelligent plane. Mr. Black-
j( erty. America is with the allies to the to put on another intensive campaign (previously reported killed in ac-P'' welder saw fit to stoop below that, BO well educated and happy. We are the children in the small' aunt,

I end-the victorious end. I am convinced period from September 9 to 14. 4 tion.) & now we will that we are through told by travelers that they are educated schools, This college also encloses the

\ It ( we dare not lose. We cannot It is realized that this comes at a bad I '*> Private Joseph A. Albertson, with it so far say as he is concerned. not only in the common things but man who invented the Bubiack" milk:

win." Samuel Gompers time of the year, but war Is rapidly ( > Plant City, wounded severely. S> in a cultural way as well. tester which has proven of such Iflitworth
lose. We will I Yours for better roads,
\.' teaching/ this nation that it cannot arrange ," Private Delos Albritton, Lily, .? N. 21. STOKES.II. Let us take a peep at their bank ac to mankind. Here instead of

rti of Knight's its programs for the accomplishment J> wounded severely. '* count. First, let us see the bank account boys and l girls belonging to Greek eU
.
; In the announcement C. PEEPLES.
Telegraph last week of any purpose at the most con- '!' Private Charles E. Clemons, of the people of England/\ and the ter fraternities, they belong tc< 'h -ken
in the J. S. BROWN.
Millinery in the date. The venient time, or to suit personal wish <.> Woodville, wounded severely. ,*> e United States The average per capitafor or poultry clubs, home econon
error I
there an
was
Saturday, es. ..' Private Newell L Edwards, s> England is $20.15, for United corn clubs and similar org "
1.1 t new huts will be on A display cordial invitation This county is far behind in its quo- 4 Quincy, wounded,) severely fV States $31.33and: for Denmark $77.23. where they talk and learn .r' ran

\ is September extended 11th.to all the ladies to attend. ta, both !in amount purchased and l the Private Roman Addison, Rai- ,*. I Does An Agricultural Denmark is about one-fourth the things and real problems

amount pledged. The county organization 4 ford missing: in action ,1 '* Education P size of Florida and has 2!) agriculturalhigh i Six of the Eastern State i- "r

scolding is hopeful that the full amount Private Arthur B. liurron, Arcadia 11'J schools. up agricultural instruct!
: Will the brethren of the press will lie raised, and is leaving nothing missing in action. .., Let us now look at what has been schools and have some !inti, '

'1. ..E us for saying Vardaman represented : undone to bring War Savings and the I'. Private Christopher C. !Buylor, .. ((By Prof. C. E. Pope, Principal Bradford done in the United States in the way profitable results as a rew.c I
,,' what state
.., ; Alabama please" tell us splendid feature of this plan] as an investment I Umatilla, missing. in action. County Agricultural] High of development through agricultural efforts. After this brief stiI' -

''I'tr{ ho did "represent? :Mississippi denies us well as the discharge" of I.. Private James E.: Brooks ;Miami School.) schools. sections of the world wiv, '

If\ : .\' it-Tampa Tribune. We think whole ho of n patriotic duty, to the attention of I i I teach, missing in action .. It is characteristic of the American Georgia, a sister state and about the to the reader to decide wi>- ,
n t tried r his! best to represent the ami child, in the I when he goes to buy anything or bargain education .
r every man. woman Private Grady II. Hovels, Fort [ same size of Florida, has 11 agricul cultural pays ort i
t
it-i.! \f'. Hundom.'t [ county I.. :McCoy, missing in action.Private . for anything to turn over in his I I

There are many people in Florida Hol..rt J. Williams, .. mind or ask the following or similar
length of time it ++t+ttttttt+tttt+tttttit+Ftttttttttttttt+++++++
of the
idea .
Home what questions Will it to buy this ?
who do not yet understand \\-11"1 Sarasota missing in action \ : pay me !
1 a will take for the course of life to beromu Savings Stamp i i". Many are ", ., Private Hugh S. Herring .. Or is it worth what it costs ? What

I normal after peace is declaredis the impression that it is n form of Howling I-'<,-It. missing in action '. I Ms the price ? This characteristic i iI is

l (fathered I from the statement of Wm.It. contributing money to the government, I l'rivn Willie P. (Hull Zorni, not a fault, in fact it is a commendable :a: I
president\ of the National |
merit.
Joyce others are under the impression thatit missing in action.
Surety ('0., of New York that it will is a campaign seeking to interest i Private Grover L. Roland A similar question might! be raised Farm Rusts

r take nt least two years to bring back women nnd children in saving. War CUirksville, missing. In action. about agricultural education It mightbe pore i Machinery

rt I4 the millions of American soldiers from Savings Stamps are designed to convert I'I I" Private Wilson Smith Laurel put) this way: Does agricultural education I

Kurope.Some; to the uses of the government in .. Hill missing action. pay ? .

rt, this. critical time every possible. ounce' I'rjt.UA'UstUIl T. ,Johnson First let us look to Denmark for a I I Out Than Is Worn OutDoes I

t newspaper tills in that the lof labor and.I material by ('nl'ourllgingpl'ople t. !IVnsacola, wounded severely. study of the question. After doing

government lias purchased. a million to refrain from the purchase ol Private George: B. O'Neal Pen- this we will come back to our own :
I
r; high groin watches; and we thought non-essentials and place the money si ,I. sacola. wounded severely country. i T

they intended to lot the soldiers! pick I saved at the
/{ them oil" the Rhine.-Times-Union. ment. For this service the government I. wounded severely. .. country with seemingly] little possihil-I t

k Some ";\laI,' in Sermnny"; articles mnj : pays I per cent annually, compounded Private Archie ;McNeil, Laurel ity of development. During :i I not that conclusively prove that suitable sheds j

be hard to .find l in this country aftet quarterly! with an addition.-I Hill, missing. in action. I II' !polt'onic wars England: completely; destroyed -

\ the war, but watches will not be anon attractive feature that the purchase; I. Private Taylor C. Scott, Brad Dennuu'k's fleet. This cut ofT I i; ; for your implements would be a good investment e

i the lot can have his stamps redeemed if lu, entown, missing in notion.I (development for a long/ time commer j | RIGHT NOW ? Your farm tools cost money these ti

't should' need the money, by 1t' \'ingtl'n Private William II. Smith Arcadia cially. Later Prussia! took two of her I i
I Kveryhody: makes hiownliquor<< in days' notice ut tiny money order post( I missing in action. .;, I richest provinces. This left very little days, a lot of good hard earned money, and to leave JI

Sweden-Times-Union. Heard the office. Robert L. New- .. in the way of resources. Nature
Private Quinn *
I i; them in all kinds of weather to deteriorate is surely
,: ante scandalous talk about Bnulford I Every man woman and child in this+ <*> berry, wounded in action, degree in fact, gave her very little-no mines,

'ounty-CitruM County Chronicle. We+ county, and every other county in thestate *. undetermined.J. a knew Editor Thornton of the Chronicle have done ,, Her climate is fur from
who not already
| so C. Knowles Tampa, wounded very poor.
.P was once a resident\ of Rradford is urged\ to be prepared to sign rpledge a. degree, undetermined. <'" i inviting, since it has many cold, damp i last one third longer give them a good coat of paint, i,

Ii. +' n county, but we didn't know that it was during these! lust two days, of .!> -to -i> . .!> . . -to the sheriff's activities in rounding up, the drive that they will save and sacrifice ocean. She has about 25; inches of ..

t blind titters that caused his departure and lend their money to the gov. rainfall and only from 50 to 75 days ; ; HOW LITTLE a good shed will cost you. :i;

ernment. of sunshine annually. This cloudy
"No !More Ford Cur-lIl'ulIinp. I FOOT 'WIIL WIN damp weather makes it hard to save

i7 t Along with other reasons !Mr. Ford, EVERGREENEvergreen : n Till: ,,+ t crops after they are raised.

'
it for a man to invest his $iil;( in n Liberty Sept. 13.-:Mr. Arthur } WAR the country. They left practically\ a i iQUIGLEY !LUMBER & SUPPLY CO

Bond. instead of in a machine that Starling was a business visitor to the J. desert where not even a scrub tree or I

will prevent him from buying even a county !seat Monday. I brush I grew. Since that time the Dnn-

Thrift Stamp. Let the other car manufacturers Mrs. I. N. Starling !is spending the j dish peasant has been succeeded by the.I I Headquarters For Building Material {
do the same. No man, unless CITIZENS: COMMITTEE: : !REPLIES

t Dutch in
farmer who
h first part of the week with her daugh/\ | many cases n I II j
) he i ''t'r. i
purchase of a our nt a time when thegovernment :Mr. Henry Budding spent the night school! or has had an agricultural jciiurw j
r- is asking! for the loan of' Disclaim Personal Interest in Asking' theknowledge
schools.
in one of these By
with his lrother.inlnw.Ir.: T. T.
. every dollar not absolutely needed for For Better !Road System! I gained then and the use of I| i -1
essentials.. Blackburn of II ighhcndFridny. : +++++++++4++++++++++++++-14-++++++++-M-++++++++++++

:Mr. Kllery: Jltlingwal a visitor to Lnkftdtutler. Fla..
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jriXil.M: : W.\U :NEWS: Lawtey Saturday.Mr. '' Sept. 10, 1918, '
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The Saturday I Kvoning !Post givesthe daughters were visiting Mr. anti Mrs. It is: really amusing to r"a.I'the. re- ,

American 'people) some g'omlnllvice J. \v. Grillis. Sunday. ply of :Mr. Rlackwelder to our article When Your Pocket II
in its current !i--'It.. The post says! : of time
:Mr. Joe Jones' of near Glen St. some ago. I
In 'Oo by. the 111.11') rather than by the Marys' was seen in our burg ;Monday It seems that he thinks wo are after
headlines. One my agre with expert farms. We did
:Messrs.' \\". I... N.: In. and \\'. firiffis a public road by our !
r military "l'lIIi"n thnt recent operations not intimate such n thing. We don'tIVnnt I
in France, have been" fully as were visitors to Starke Saturday.Mr. it; because if we hud 1 one it
the first battle of the ; J. W. Grilli was! visiting his Is Your Bank
important us would! be worked. under the "Skip Stop :
;Marne, which saved France and the .brother..lr..loe: Grillis. Sunday.Mr. 'Btc'm"-lIkip one road and stop at

( Allied.I cause. Hut the first. battle of the : Lynn Grillis was visiting at the another one, as has been the system
:Marne occurred nearly four years ago. home of :Mr. and ;Mrs. .I. W. Grillis heretofore. I i, -- ---

One may entertain no doubt that the ,, Sunday\ evening. After rending the reply of )lr. Rlack
} t tide has definitely turned; but the tide :I We are glad to learn 1lastl'rlIdl welder which is so foreign to the subject Your money doesn't last long. It just slips awaya

was in (Hood for forty-eight month ; tirim1M improving. we can account for the scattering litttle at a time :v: n il there is nothing left and

Its ebbing, may be H very long proceso. :Messrs.! Johnnie and Henry GritTis, jobs done on the roads. In Mr. Black then you wonder. Sere it went.It .

"We make these remarks becauseevery of !Baker county, pasead through our welder's defense he says he I is going/ to

now and., thl'np meet someone burg Monday.Mr take care of the poor and isolated.
who believes that this German reverse! where need the is safe it is in
; -*. .I. N. Starling spent the night I That is all right: they wen deposited

.' must bring peace the current year. with her son and daughter-in-law. hovering wings of the county spread this bank, n.s here when you
for
There is no warrant at this writing in 10
:Mr. and MrA.. It. Starling Saturday; over them. But when a man goes/
V such an opinion, and. there is no doubt Ttight. I' office and says he is going to favor n need it. >.nt you think that

a that n belief, in nearby pence tends to certain class at the expense of the would be ctter ?
relaxation. It is human to look ahead Mr. Luther Loiidhalt was In our way
I county we think he is going contrary
and if we think we are looking at burg/ Tuesday.Mr. to the letter and spirit of the con! throe month off. we let down a J. N. Starling has returned home '
s peace tution. We think that a man shouldgo
( bit. That would be a play into the after a visit with relatives in Baker / in office knowing no man. BANK C STAR

hands of Germany If it turned" out that county.Mr. .
not
\' i Now. :Mr. BInckwelder, w" are
J. W. Griffis and' daughter! MUs
pence was nearer to three years than asking special favor of the county
month Ella, were shopping! in Stn..keVl'd.. any State Cou I
three
to commissioners. We are only discuss- n City Depositc.ryST
"The map shows that the Germans nesday.Mr.,) .

have given/ up some French territory. J. S. Griffis was a business visitor ;* R FLA.
!Measure what they have given up by to Lawtey Saturday evening.Mr. Or v.'_ Tasteless l chill Tonic ,

the extent of territory that still senn- and Mrs. Richard Griffls were dntroy Ib* malarial ,erme which.n tnnimllled -=lllr
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,. to he blood by the MnUrln Mnninlto. Prki>fin .. ..
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,\Y. SEPTEMBER 11.: 1918 MtADFOKU COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK:, FLOK1I\.
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I evening! at the Masonic: Hall when fr ->. ,

work in both> the F. C. and ,V. :M. cl,,-

,,' gree-a will be exemplified Effective I Gaiety Theatre J ,

Bits of Local It.lh 1 in October the meeting time will bo .II r

1! changed to the second Thursday evening -

in each month Tonight Panmenrd.,." her debut ,
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Information i i :Mrs Grady, representing the W C as n Pathe star in the famous film

'T. L", was a pleasant visitor here on play "lnno"'n I'OI1't\ miss it.
.fJ Tuesday :Saturday: night u good mixed show
Srr+a..taO.a lrgA, l. M.u a.4
DON'T FORGET'I
lryw.. M b. C.espe..4 T.ta.a will be shown I ;

\MI'sO\: NOTES =Next Tuesday night mule famous

J film stars will make their appearancefor I
I
-oM -; Sampson Sept. 13.-:Miss Frances the first time in the local theatre

1': Jordan left Sunday for his,; Murrrhee left Saturday for Hiizel- Good music,' at every perfoimance. i I

_ ,1111, in Biloxi bliss Satur-day hurst. Ga, to accept a position in n "The Beast of Uerlih" will be shown THE HAT DISPLAY r

western part of town Kev. T. L. bank there. Friday and Saturday, Sept. JO and 21st

\ F Phillips of Tallahassee was Z. Burr, pastor of the :Methodist :Messrs E:, I'. Hardee and Kirby See announcement on page 8.CLASSIFIED. I r'I

titor to Starke Tuesday. (church conducting the ceremony. Interment Smith made a business trip to Starke I

was in Santa Fe cemeterynear Saturday

' \li, E E Canova and family motor- Hampton. Mr and :Mrs E. T. King and children

U Camp Johnston Sunday. :Mr. Johns was r>9 years of age and Frances and Eugene, returned to I SATURDAY, SEPT. 1

had lived in thin section all his life. He their home in Brunswick Mondiy d'i

seed at the Cash andy is survived by his wife and three children : down lust Tuesday I
'r Frlesh garden Mrs King came RtGI: :: TI'lnMale:\ hog for service i
ally Store. the children being Abner and Al- accompanied by her brother Guy N. B. {Hull. ,
y, len Johns and Errrol Alvarez. ,
Mrs
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Prescott, who had been called to the AT.
went to S, C. The FOR SALE -Klondike\ strawberry
Mi W N. :Murdaujch up navy yard at Charleston
Ksonville Sunday afternoon to doirpcntry MRS. ANNIE: : :M. JONES: : trip was made in an Oldsmobile Eight plants. $J..;)0( per 1,001) J, S. ((.inner.
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work at Camp Johnston. :Mr and :Mrs A. K. Smith and children Jr., Brooklyn, Fin. \\1-6..lt. ''V
:Mrs Annie M. Jones one of Starke'H -- i '
returned to their home Friday.
Mi and : C, R. Alvarez of Jack- oldest residents, died. Thursday morn They have been visiting relatives in FOUNDLuli"11, black, / !satin rout I KNIGHT'S 4 '4

ton 'lie, were week-end guests at theom' ing at 12:30: o'clock at the home of her Hawthorne for several days.' Owner may have same by describing' MILLINERYStarke r

of :Mr and Mrs. M. L. Johns. son, Mr. Felix II.\ Long, on Walnut Mrs Bessie McGruder of Hampton same and !paying for this udvertixe-. I
street. Mrs. Jones was; 71)! of ment.
years
is teaching school here this term witha
Mir W. I 11. Graham spent Tuesday age and had been in feeble health for. good attendance. Florida 1 1M
In Jacksonville and was a guest at several years. Miss Ethel Raulerson, spent the FOR SALE-45' acre farm 18 acres ;

ht home of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Graham The funeral was held Thursday afternoon week-end with relatives in Starke.E. under cultivation, in the Wateroak
Rev. W. G. Law pastor of the section. J, M. Norman Lawtey,
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F. Hardee and S. J. Prescott were
Baptist church conducting the service. Fla. 8-30-tf
in Starke Monday on business.. i//
Full line of fresh garden seed. Cash The interment was in Crosby ceme I
and Carry Store. tery. :Mrs. J. C. Rauleruon and little Bon, TAKEN UP-One hog marked under ,
in Val-
Buck are visiting relatives
and I
bit and swallow fork one ear
'iThe. pallbearers were active A. M h
Louise and May Fripp of dosta for a few days. i4. a;
:Misses\ Darby, E. S. Matthews J.F. Kickliter, swallow fork other ear. Owner may
TiUman, S. C., have been visiting at Liv- get the hog by paying damage and -
W. L Wall D. E. Knight G. C.
CRITICAL POSITION
GERMANS: IN
Ithe home of their uncle :Mr. L. C. advertising, A. J. Johnson.
inlC ton; honorary J. M. Truby Judge FROM! WEST OF CAMUKAI SOUTH .'
Powell J. T. Wills, Col. W. T. Weeks Rev. L.
FOR ALI--One: 6-passenger Ford
W. Kickliter. WI-IIS\-SIIAY-Thl: \; critical military -
'. Cason has returned home
Mi1I I touring car New top newly painted -
Mrs. Jones had lived in Starke for of the Geimant from the
Iiifti" spending. the summer in Philadelphia position and in first class", condition. Will When
You
and was held in high southward to Come to Jacksonville ,
many years very npion west of Cnmhrai
with her daughter :Mrs.J : '
I'a., sell cheap for cash. E. H, Canova,
| esteem by all who knew her. Of herI tli,' M; doliain massif and around this!'
| I tt: Garris. Stnike tI-fl-tf) (i
I I immediate family she is survived only strong bastion eastward to the terri-

hats tomorrow at by her two sons, :Messro.\ A. V. and F. tory north and northeast of Soissons!' SEE Drew Co.I I i the new FOILI.ro.JU( >(0) Klondyke strawberry I '1
K', ,th"' :Millinery 11. Long continues to hold<\ the eyes of the world<\ plaints, $J./r>(0 per l.ooo. ,I. PHcnnctt. \In ilorida 1 Ii

-- For the moment the tactical maneuvers Luke I\II-t: ) .; 45.41)V, Bay Si Il.ru the lilt.k lo 40V. IWjlli' i+ +!

l, ':mire to attend the ledw'ross .\'I: a\I.; 'IO\\N: ELECTION: : of the !belligerents in Aitoid and -.- --- Butlerl'liti.--',- ur

, il ,on Friday, Sept. 27th. Watch I \\\s liEU: ll'rSDV: \ Plunders/ as well as eastward\ Sois I FOlt SAI.r.:-'l head of good mules;

,,'k' for a f.ull account although. they !i. C. Everything in Books
\ paper sons into Champagne! 5 lumber i cults and' barnexx ( #
," r.I., 'lions, I The annual town election was held IIIP still of the greatest import necessarily Sweat Stniko. 8-23-tf
Tuesday at the city hall There were they take second place in interest fiction Books on Agriculture and oilier pursuits by reliable Ir
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\t, IIi, I imovu Jim Kickliter and Gus only two contests. Tour candidates to those hectors which are filled, I'OR SAI L;Florida, grown seed rye authors: Toy Books Reference, Travel l etc

'. I, ave today for Atlanta where were on the ticket for the three vacancies with momentous !possibilities, where tt Anyone in need of wed rye should 1 tr

'.ul' attend l the Georgia Tech foil in the council. J, F. Colby', I D. G. successful move by the allies may see or write. T. C. Nixon\ (Lee, 1'la. I

n 'I" i1K.10 l !) term.I' IJones and J, W. White were clectc-d In bring a quick change in the entire II-II-Ia.: ( Commercial and Fancy Stationery
the contest for night marshal lien the I
German battle front or, on contrary -
I''" ". Chill and Fever Tonic Johns won over II. Austin. The vote u determined 1 stand by the enemy FOR S.\L1'--15 head good I blooded, I I Fine WetleJmg and Society Engraving!: made in our own rxy

il,' ,only by :Mitchell's Drug Store. in detail was as follows: with the large reinforcements in hogs far sale for field fattening elusive\ Ask
jil.jnt.
to see samples' :
I' dlr.' For I Major man and gun power he is known to $Uo:: for all :Nat: Williams, RouteI

C. I"'. hoover--------------------.79 have assembled may result, for a time I I. Stiu'ke. It
\h T f n Clark spent the week-end For Aldermen S
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ut least in a stalemate in the game - -- --- Toys and Athletic GoodsA
.' u th his wife and while here J. F, Col ley ___------_____________78 winch is being ,plnyed by the allies to FOR\ SAI.H:-'15: head I fattening hogs
I ant,, ,,l u lit the home of :Mr.\ and 1) C. Jones ----------------------7:1: fiotn 1 Id :a 1 UndcMlull. '-
cI'morllli7.l"Ci'rmnn\
years
crack the already the
round. I It
Toy Shop Supplies (for .ill favorite I
i u! \ 1 I'1 Wainwright. H. (Mason:\ _____________________38 line. l Route-: Stark !l-l:I-IfHOUSI open year / your a

,J. W. White _____________________(;ia --,- -!..-_-- ----, sports and ..J.lstinJ's. ,
The heavy nuns of the )past few
Miiv !Peek leftetlnesd.iy For Clcik- '; FOR !SALH: ;; OR i\flIANGF: :

i I.." 11-nine her music class! nt : r. A. Futch ______________________8(1(\ days have t tuined<1 lowlands throughout ;> loom liiingiilow coiner lot..
11 In.;, :MisPeuk i has !pont For Treasurer the fighting.one into quagmires but ('h inh nnd =N'nuim stint" Will sell< IFJtMOS I BOT'II.nS, A necessity ill, all seasons

t tinunimer. at the homo of A. S. Crews ______________ _____81: on those sectors of the high ground 'II-It! or t terms, or' i xt hung, for unto I-LASI I LIGI ITS, Useful evcryabtre, and safe
and 1 KoisHons the
'h i 1'. ('",,1. f. L. Peek. For Tax Assessor between C'nmbriu nerbde., .1.I :M I Duliosi Stui'Ue. !0' 11; : t 1
storms have not kept the British and.! --I PICTUHE5.I Picture Artists '
Good
-----' :N. II. Wainwright -----__________89 - --- ----------- Framing
o.'" .I. at'on's patterns lire sure I'lench armies'' from moving forward _n __ ::'-=- =
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I'or :Marshal and Collector
I Practical, GIFTS
all ol'casionsKOD
and =Nor have they served to lessen the ,
I \ou Cull tomorrow see Silas Kite _______________________So;; COFFINS CASKETSAnd
.I "m dl play. l knitrht's :Millinery\ For Night Marshal: strength of the enemy's resistance II a full line ofUndertakers' KS. Photo Finishing of the Letter soil 4'

---- -' I11. Austin _________--____________'11 =Near Go/.eaucourt; and Huxrimouit Seippliesnfoinohile

Mi-- Melia Biellmtr, of Providence, is lien Johns ____--_____ __________--'"> > the /British have pressed on n little Mill. attention
I n, ]in charge of the seventh grade of farther toward, Cumbrtu, in the former \ Ilearsr.Alwnrr inquiries receive prompt

thi,. I'.rudftrd< County High VMI'IdV I region after having put down counterattacks : on hand The hest service
4''
Mi-- Kielling relivesli8: >1 SChoUI'1 I by the Germans who endeavored ..t (the lowest price->. Sneeii l

mu, who had been teaching the grade Hampton Sept 13.-:Mrs. E. I n. to reclaim the high ground won attention to feletrranh, orders _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _ _:j 1
temporarily I I Rowe and daughter Miss Ruby, of by the British in Sunday's fighting. To

__ I Baker! county are the guests of :Mrs. the south the French from the district Ruqistcred Emhnlmern I

:Mr, R. A. Harbour and two little Bugg. west of St Quentin southward to the 'I I
!'WITT C. ,ONES What A Shock It Would Be '
daughters, of Jacksonville spent sev- I :Mrs W. T. DeWitt, of Jacksonville western sid! of the St. Gobain forest III

end days here the first of the week. I !spent the week-end here, the guest of have push.Il'altwllr,1 toward the Oise trke( !: Fla.t .

Mis Harbour was accompanied by her .Al.itives. river, which they are virtually upon nilII10nll' I onI

<"t'rin-Iaw. Miss Harriet Harbour of I MIRS Ethel Watterson left Saturday this front, with their flanks nowresting r tn mill' lionii'and fill.1| the firemenin
P 1 ''iidlcton, Oregon I afternoon for Ontario, Canada She dangerously near both St. +
I ji. <-.< SHUIII. 5'rt m it has happened, |
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- has made many friends here who regret Quentin and La Fere. St. Quentin now
"III. Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic I 'r" oihi r mid happen to I ,
her absence. stnnds only a little' more than three I unity / you (

I' rode 1 only by :Mitchell's Drug Store. :Mrs O K. Prince and children of miles away, while I.e Fere IK so closely: "JAASONVIUEF1.A.1RTIN ( .\,1,,,I i ven if it never does ilon't J a
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SOc I Tampa are the guests of relatives emrnaihed upon from the west and l rltF 1 + tai,,, think you would feel I Hilfe-r if
outflanked from the north that
here.
seemingly OLDEST "", load home insured ? Auk
M 1,, I.urenn Alvarez one of Starkc'sHIT your
The young people spent a most enjoyable it soon must fall.
"n < girls was married on :Sun-: au urnFfSL4BlSlfDSlfO t '?II will how ,hi eels about it. 411t
evening when on :Monday\ a social The maneuvers ol the French\ hnv dOUSE 1 ; ;
"' \ sVptemlier 1st, to :\11'. Owen Pyalnt ,'h, 'II till
t, vnii' 'to have UM l IMBIIO
was held. in the spacious parlor of added materially to their program 'f IN FLORIDA ( you ,
I I 1 1 objections on account of the the resilience recently vacated by I,'. E.; turning the St Gobain forest from th y EOf ,I pth| ,V' t,M,|lay She| is WIHO. I III
]' I age were overcome by a trip "'''D ra uuoe...
I Henry The affair was chaperoned bMisses > west and, also the capture of St, Qm" r11'" r",U ear I
into. where the Ii-
'I'i Clay county, I
. Ethel Hunt anti Ruby How tin and l the I.'r.'n'h and l ,\ml'r"II'who ;
'I' was secured and the ceremony
I Girfteld Johns! nnd ;Mrs' Minnie are fighting shoulder to should'P'U >I' 1i41 1N 5J LD CQs
I 1.anI'I. :\Mr and Mrs: Djal are r
] I :Marcmnny of Alachua, were quietly then-it of-o; > s',ns c'tntmue to carry
,m Jacksonville where the !groom JOS. E. WILSON
married :Monday, evening. The nreboth out surceMifiilly a correlated! mov'
work.
mplovcd in government
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popular young P'olle111,1 haven moot having the conquest| of the St

MiC, A. Knight returned homer I host of friends who wish them a dobain; forest in viv nn-l l also the out-

: unlay from Live Oak to which happy journey through life. flanking the German positions! to Y) STARKE FLORIDA ,

IIe I i ,' ihc was called.on account of the L. W. Clarke and family left Tuesday the fast. In their (test endeavors the +W 'w ? t r ai b, rllif {a
for Delta) Ala, where they will Franco-American fonts have made
< ritual" Illness of her little cousin, I
"I' ', i. George Goodbread. The lad make their future home. some slight progress ill the face of the ( 1

r "' from a trapeze striking his bark The many' friends of Mrs :Madn\ Miller extremely stubborn n i -tanre of the

a brick, and inflicting an internal are delighted to know that she has! enemy. Likewise, in the sector, CliNt ,urs No Worms in Healthy/ Child Orove's'lasteleas chill Tonicrfifltorea : .r ,t
returned to Florida after spending of Soisxons the French and, Americans ,
'n' urj from which he died on Thurs- All children frnuhlnl, I with wnrm huts an unhrallhy ' vitality end' energy by purifying and -nrlUiIntf i
dol\' September: 5th after intpns(!' suf.r three yearn in Tennessee and will have gained additional ground between color, which. lnilu-aln, t pour Ll.li..1.l anA, ass the t blr..l| You caa loon. feel'Strength '
He of IIn.1w" make her future home in Falatka i the: Vesle and Aisne riw'r<, rul''. them' ((9 mom. tit .JrHM. Httmim'h dlHturbnnrpOKOVr entail. Ifivlijorai: KT---1 Prlc god ,
ring was ten years we S TASTII r.SS "TONK: :Riven riMWlarlyliiriwour '
i a bright lovable boy. His death Our community was saddened, Wednesday For to the north thi I' "' ""h now are three wraht will onrli h tlm/ l>.loo.1. I tin .
prove the jiilcilfon' aol) a t an n General; 'Srfnilh
by of the death of :Mrs. ------- -- Y
i is a severe blow to his parents and news so nearly upon Arm'I I .'""-1 that a few eningTnnlcUat' .* whdla.yol_..., Nature will then s d
'hi r relatives. Willie Hunt which occurrred at .'{ more strides forward. ".. mingly will ihmwnford-peltheworms.anti' t tin. .Chllti. wit! bIn '
liealtll i'lrawnl, to take Sec/ t
o'l'fock'ednellllay morning place them in a pat''n n '0 make then lrtn.l per Mottle' t .11.111.++++4...+.-t..... ;

I fNT) IIIN Dr Bishop!! of Gainesville, was hereon time .1. f himb'rl.nn'.. rvi
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aTRllllm; ( TO > < cotton "ni> rir t ntep theirsfor 'I r- Klein Kc'commi ," I i.II"oVI'11 b
professional business Tuesday. the iisVmr; .. 'ntI COMPARISON
TUNE: I -t ;d :o daily i- I.mini*
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Owing to the inclement weather the being brought nearer in this general 'I I k'fp, a I 1","i' ' hamherliiiti'n \ | | t. n | :.".,r a l Ifll- r
An A : has been"Impo."il attendance at the Baptist church last which has , I", it all times. and l
n rican """pdlingIarch movement p' firently as its I." ncrf t in tht' au COTTONWHILE( a. to price nail 1'ul'III: o' our : I '
by Reginald De Koven for !Sunday; was very small. A conferencewill ultimate objective '!II' recapture of hii\ used it for yrttr. It WII:I relicv choice hit.. of

"F.W YORK Iir.R\l l I be held at the church next Sunday LiII..... ,h..lIIatc, : pains 'iu' ker than anythingI

and the piano score will lie published I immediately after Sunday school for I e\""I' used. I have, n'so'! recomme dud HOLDING GROCERIESouneiil :

li: f' 1 II! on Sunday September lith: the purpose of calling a pastor for the WE HI"> 01 II ',*. i.: 'TFI.THr : ''it 11 my neighbors und friends who themhurl !Is.I : 1

Order a copy from your newsdealer ensuing year. All members of the We pay from ill' > per set
church are requested to bf present. ken or not). We p .v actual value N. :M. Klein Chillicothe :\III.-Adv\ A her c oiiiporTjf our yI i'" : 1 r' :

DEATH OF M. C. JOHNS: Rev. N. T. King of Starke was a for diamonds, old' ', silver bridge i .. prirrt with olhrr. "h.. v c. I

pleasant visitor here during the past work. Send at onearesl pout and Th+ fJ ...'1 tile ludoa. R Davis & Co. [ KNOW' why tc'IM\'r i If '" ;: .

:Mr. :Mack C. Johns a well known I week I receive cash by .. 'mal1.Iazer':\ j "... ....I.I.ILXIL. f
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citizen A regular communication of ,
of Starke died Friday morning Hump- Tooth Specialty "007) So. 5th. I .. not
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1f I , .. . . . r . . . h work' in the pig club she will more I.InTO'I: :; 1-\IIIUITS: : I DOWLING: ITEMS: : munity Monday night. I to Hampton Friday
ij "-r Ir" :
and niece :Miss Mr. H, A.
Brown
,. .. reach the hearts of her children THE; FLOIUS'f.l't! : .FAIR) L. E. Starling I ot.
I *> readily of the Dowling, Sept 10.-Mr. D. Ritch I' Carrrie Starling, spent a few days in spent a day or two here la ,
''j'' (. COUNTY .\(;E:NTS' KKPOKTS "<$> and) command the respect of her school. The live stock exhibits at the Florida Green, of Starke motored over here Jacksonville the past week vistingr relatives 1 his brother, Mr. E. T. Brett ,bI

I t A, . mont pessimistic patron State Fair, to be held in Jackson- Monday afternoon and was the guest Mr. L. E. Moseley returned I Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Neal .
*' ?' ?> of making education applicable
, 4.- t j. The mutter v
4 4 <$ v $ harvesting of to the day needs of the ville Nov 27 to Dec 6, in conjunctionwith of friends. home, but Miss Carrie will spend another i i days recently in Hamptoi "
"vta:' Gndsden Count-Th. every the Pan-American International Mr. Fred Waters and father visitedat week with her aunt, :Mrs. C. M.: relatives.Mr. .
education -
r y'' peanuts i Ss "ell under way now and the thild constitutes the !great pedagogical ideal of Farm and Live Stock Exposition will the home of Rev II. J. Thomas Sun I Hudson. : S. B. Woodard wa.- ,

j' crop is showing up well. One farmernear as recognized by be of unprecedented interest this year. I day. :Mr. E. H. Carter and son, Henry, I Monday enroute to Jacksoi ark.,
thinks he will get a I leaders of today. I .h
: 1 a Greensboro The Florida State Fair management is :lIra Gladys Geneve and baby, of motored to Jacksonville Friday on bus he is employed in one of th "II, ,

\ yield of 75 bushels per acre. NOTES FROM THE: CLUB BOYS devoting every possible energy to Lake City, and :Mrs. Lena Tomlinson, iness. that city.School ra

' Count-A number or farmers I make the exhibits thoroughly comprehensive of Lulu, were the guests of Miss Era The automobiles cf this section were 1"1 opened :Monday ,' '' Mis

I y' Liberty taking advantage of The boys who joined the pig club in and instructive, particularly Anderson last week. silent Sunday Ye scribe thinks the Beady Croft, of Lulu, ai- p; oa,

,i ,,} contemplate cattle situation' to improve :Madison county last year are helpingto lat this time when so much interest ii Mrs. Polly Anna Robinson and chil- Clay Hill people are doing their bit to There is a very good atte' lllf

N' the Texas One farmer stacking poa- supply the breeding stock this year. I' being taken in the cattle industry in dren, and :Mr. S.V.. Sparkman and) help win the war.BRADFORD. it is hoped it will be a wr\
herds.
t I their stock total s Florida which daughter, Ruby visited at the home of term of school.
week Mates that he expect Their sales for breeding, is endeavoring in this, *
nuts lass this than 1200) bushels from 20 $818.50, as follows: l nsin every other war-winning work, to Rev. II. J Thomas Sunday afternoon. NEWS :Mr. and :Mrs. E. T. Brow,

t t't., not To new pig club members in Madison do its share in the feeding of the mil- :Messrs. John Thornton and Ellis itors to Hampton[ Sunday ,I' ,

7,1 1''I : nores. county, !55 pigs at $16.50, S3H7.50. I lions. The annual catalogue and premium McCormick and :Miss Kate Thornton Bradford, Sept. 10-Rev. B. C. Scarborough :Miss Belle Humphrey.
!' Santa Rosa County-Friday I went To farmer in :Madison county,
1 i to the Wallace neighborhood and found ] pigs at Sltt.fiO. $90.00.To being distributed, has a dozen or more Sunday afternoon. Saturday and Sunday. I Master William Hall \VII'n..

\ I the farmers preparing for cotton pick i pig rlub boys in Taylor county, I pages devoted. to live stock, including Messrs. Johnnie Jones and Charlie Sumner Andreu was a business visitor to Starke Sunday arternooi

, '',,!\ ing. Most of the farmers are agreeing |, 8 pigs lit $16.50 13200. j dairy cattle, fat cattle horses, mules Shaw, accompanied by :Miss Annie to Brooker Saturday. I Mrs. Lillie Bowen, of Liil-, d',, v
Messrs.[ Pinholster and Joe Sur-
to plant rye or rape in the cotton I All boys are expecting good fall lit and jacks, sheep and !goats, swine, and Bryan and Miss Ethel Jones were out Guy here one day last week and \\ 'lt(,
fi4' jl i fields for winter grazing. I am stressing ters. j i to the Boys' Pig Club. Cash and med buggy riding Sunday afternoon. rency attended church here Sunday her home in the future with M- ,?,
I
:'i I the planting of fall I gardens ( i!| Edwin L. Henderson, Shady Grove, al prizes are !set forth in detail. Prospective Mr. F'reLAndrews and sister, Cora, night I Mrs E. T Brown. :Mrs. Bn.w" .,
1'1: ,; ; southern part of Madison county, gave prize-winners among the cat- and Miss Bertha Taylor, of near Lake I Mr.I Truby Pinholster and sister. band is one of Uncle Sam's h.Mr. .

Duval County-The acreage in sugar -' $10.fi.; for a Duroc Gilt in the spring. of-' tie owners and breeders and among the Butler, attended church Sunday over Miss Lubedia, and Miss Melvin, attended I : J. W. Batten, of Jacks ,,

I cane will be greatly increased next | II/Ii.!> Last spring she farrowed 11 members of the Boys' Pig Clubs are here the sing here Sunday.Mr. spent several days here r.- ,"-ni, -

II year and it seems certain that several' pigs and raised 10. When the Pigs already making their plans by which Rev. H. J. Thomas is notary public! Mabry Harrell was the guest of business.

tk: up-to-date) syrup plants will be established '; were 12 weeks old he !sold 8 for $132: they hope to win prizes at the forthcoming now and is ready for the business.Mr. friends here Sunday. I Quite a number of folks from Brook

1 t in this county. A treat many s and has two gilts besides the sow for ; Florida State Fair. : and Mrs Rollie Johns attended :Mr. C. N. Shaw and family attended lyn attended church here Sunday night

i farmers will plant from one to two which he refused $100. Edwin is 17 I church near Lake Butler Saturday church Sunday. ,| Samuel Woodard was a visitor to

i\; acres of wheat this fall if suitable Heed years old. FLAMOSS: COMPANY SELECTS night. Mr. Mabry Harrell visited Brooker I Starke Saturday.
\ :Mrs. Linnie Dobbs and children visited Saturday.Mr. Mr. Daniel
can be obtained. j P.L.TK.CTOR'" SITE Batten of Jacksonmle' ,
'
I I II IIr.
f METHOD CONTROLLING THE at the home of Rev H. J. Thomas Brinkley Hayes attended Churchat was a visitor here a few day- ago on

,k ,.II Broward County-After putting upS VELVET; BEAN CATERPILLARS I !\ Arthur H. Selle, for twenty Wednesday afternoon. Little Springs Sunday. Mr. Hayes business. While here he purchased a

f" 2,000 gallons of guava juice for jelly, I years the famous moss ginner in New expects to be called in the near futureto small tract of land near the property

, t the !guava factory located in Fort Lauderdale The velvet bean caterpillars are beginning Orleans, Louisiana and :Mr. Louis F. MILLER ITEMS: the service of Uncle Sam. owned by Mrs. John Phillips and he m.

: has been forced to close due to to do considerable damage in Docker, the noted chemist of Jacksonville Fay Andreu was the guest of Vir- tends having it cleaned up and a dwelling .

i i} ,. lack of containers. The closing: of this dome fields of the state, according to after very thoroughly studyingthe Miller, Sept. 10.-Rev. King David ginia Edwards Sunday.C. started in the near future.

i 9 factory together! with the scarcity of Prof. J. R. Watson of the Universityof I moss situation in Florida for overa Jones preached his regular sermon at M. Andreu visited Raiford Sun- Messrs. Raymond Thigpen, Horace

1.,4 sugar for canning purposes means the Florida Experiment Station. Theyare year have finally selected Palatka as the Ft. Call church Sunday to a large day.Mr. Bryant and Jesse Fletcher of Orange

+I\\, 1"0'\It waste of hundreds of bushels of guavas. later than usual this year, doubt the logical point to which to move and appreciative congregation. Harmon Lynn was transacting Heights, motored over Saturday afternoon f.

1 The crop is unusually heavy. less because of the freeze of last November their factory from New Orleans. Mr O. V. Brooks, of Providence, was business in Starke Saturday.Mr. and spent a few delightful,
i iW in this community Sunday.Mr. C. H. Newsom
I which killed out their host The and family were hours with relatives and friends.
'1' plan of the will be to
1 ''t.\\ St Lucie County-For our first cotton 'I plants and starved them out of all but establish buying agencies company within Denzie Thomas attended churchat pleasant visitors at the home of Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Porter Gufford were

,., crop in this county we have about | the extreme southern part of the of two hundred miles of Palatka a radius Little Springs Saturday C. M. Andreu Saturday. visitors to Hampton Saturday night
'
I : ':, j J 300 acres. The prospects of this crop'' state at least. These insects do not under the supervision of Mr. John, Mr. George :Miller made a business Mr. Lucian Hazen Passed through Mrs. Sasser, of Hampton, spent a

R i\:. becoming a staple and profitable one ; winter over in the central and north Lynn the well-known trip to Gainesville one day last week. here Sunday afternoon few days here recently with relatives.
I 1 i tt, are very good, not only for this year I ern parts of the state, but fly up each moss expert. |I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bielling of Providence Miss Ellen Lynn was the guest of .

l & but for the future. For this reasons summer from the southern part of the This company produces a hygenic visited relatives here Sunday. her aunt, Mrs. W. M. Harrell, Sunday. SAPP NOTES

k' every effort is now put forth to install'' state and Cuba. A severe freeze coming I mois-proof and vermin-proof article !Miss Berta Green, of Lake Butler, is :Mrs. W. M. Harrell and niece, Miss -

1 : gins in this county to take care of the early in the winter and extendingfar for upholstering purposes, which will teaching a music class at Mr. E. II. Ellen Lynn, were business visitors to Sapp, Sept. 10.-The Mason, nn \

I r ., cotton I II down the peninsula drives them ;the made in their $20,000 plant to be Douglass. Starke Friday, returning Saturday. ner occurred Sept. 7. Members of, the '

I \ far south and delays their appearancethe I located in Palatka. Quite a number of the people from faaternity were there from Ilighiaw

I I I1'. Alachua CountThe club boys had following summer. I Their aim is to control the moss situation here attended church at Little Springs TII EIE"OTES: I Lawtey, Starke, Gainesville LwI '

, nn outing at Poe Springs this week | Because of their late arrival it is to in Florida, and if necessary Saturday and Sunday. I Butler, Raiford, Sanderson and Mi

tY t that seemed to please everyone. Near be hoped that the insect will not do as they will establish camps wherever Mr. M. W. Douglass and daughter, Theressa, Sept 10.-:Mrs. L. A. Hall clenny. The invocation was offered

,.4 ly all of the I boys in the club gatheredfor much damage this year as usual, but there is sufficient moss to warrant Miss Clara, of Ellisville, visited the and children have returned from Wal- Rev. Mr. Smith, formerly of I. MHO,

the day and enjoyed a picnic and other factors us a dry September, their doing so former's brother, Eugene Douglass, do after a few days visit with relatives England. The dinner was h... 'nun' ..

the hospitality of the Poe Strings people. may overcome this advantage. A fungus I Sunday, who has been confined to his and o' the "best, the large citi, i :

:Mr. Highnll' and the county agent disease, "cholera," usually bringsthe \n\: CATTLE MAN: : TRIED room for the past two weeks with the Miss Daisy Moore, of Starke spent well satisfied. After dinn.. > Ai, "

f planned a little program, in interest of caterpillars under control !sometime ; FOR USING: TOO .MUCH( SUGAR fever. ''WJW the week-end here with her parents, Proctor, of. Lake Butler con < ) "

1 club work but the greatest part of the during. September. This fungu-i Mr. and :Mrs. W. M. Thomas, of near Mr. and Mrs. l D. W. Moore. degree known as :Master Mas'f<

day was given over to pleasure. The needs cool rainy weather for its development -: Declared He Would Hate all Sugar He I Raiford, visited the latter's parents, Misses Rhoda Bennett and Minnie and daughter degree to a lair

P boys enjoy an outing of this kind and and if the month should he I j 'Wanted in Spite of Regulations Mr. and Mrs I. E. Thomas, Sunday.Mr. Hagnn[ were visitors. to Hampton Saturday of those entitled. An eiith

r it is the plan to have more of them, dry the caterpillars will probably do I J. S. Brown made a business lodge meeting followed.

,t probably making this nn annual af much damage "What is :your definition of an American trip to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. I Messrs. A. Sullivan, Frank Sullivanand Uev. J. E. J. Wainright art. .

fair. I It If the pests threaten to do serious Mr. Skipper ?" J. Walker Pope, Furman Stokes, of Jacksonville, wife were visitors to Starke Sat were weekend visitors at h. h '

_____ I IHrevard damage to the beans, the fields should Federal Food Administrator for Polk spent the week-end with his parents, urday. John P. Sapn.Mr. .

" Countyn interestingcase lie, dusted with lend arsenate mixed county, fired at E. E. Skipper wealthy :Mr. and Mrs. :\. II. Stokes. A much needed rain fell here Sunday I Goethe, of Mannim- '

of malnutrition in hogs was observed with three times its hulk in air-slaked cattle man of Bartow, at a late hear- Mr. Murray Thomas made, a business morning.Mr. Sapp Thursday.John .

on a farm at Malabar. The lime. This should),! be put on with n ing on a sugar violation with which trip to Lake Butler one day last Perry Johns of Hampton was W. Wilkinson Wa- -

r; man in question has :an< acres of potatoes dusting machine, as it is verydifficult Skipper was charged. week. in our burg: Friday afternoon. I I Saturday and attended thr1., i .
which he was unable to sell, so Dr. Witt, or Providence made K. II. Woodard went to Jacksonvilleone
"Why who
to get an even distribution with the a man stands for everything a professional services
< fed them to his hogs., At the end 01'I bag and pole method. At the Experi- a good citizen should," Skipper visit here one day last week. day last week where he has accepted I J. Q. Rosier and family nit '

I three months his young pigs 8tart",1dying' ment Station it cost but 80 cents per answered Mr. John Langford, of Lake Butler, employment at Camp Johnston. 1' at Mr. Sapp's.Mr. -
the older animals becoming visited Mr. Carl Brown Mrs John Phillips Miss Ida '
Hagan
acre to dust the vines.If I "Are Sunday.Dr. John
you an American citizen, Mr. ] P. Sapp has "' '
a
4 emaciated and, rough in appearance., I, half of the caterpillars can be Skipper ?" was the next question. Seeber King. made a professionalvisit and Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Campbell were j I Duroc hog ten months old tha' tt
+I' ; He was advised to I sell all but about here day last week. shopping in Hampton '
one Saturday.
poisoned, their numerous enemies can "Certainly I am," Skipper shot back. over :IOO pounds
C \ four of his best brood) sows, and grow Mr. S. B. Woodard!, of Jacksonville '
I usually be trusted to destroy a good "And) I Henry Goethe was in Sapp i '-
I more feed, which he had neglected, to of those that How i suppose your willful disregard NORTH :STARKE NOTES spent Sunday here with home folks. last
percentage escape. week
do. There were (In; animals on the of the United) States Food Administrations Mr. Arthur Bennett
ever, except in especially favorably spent a few Mr. Bostick, of Gainesvillamong .
I "
I plafe. | regulation allowing :Mr. Earl Edwards of this section days in Jacksonville last "eek.
located fields, such as small ones near | the war.
i each American prominent visitors
citizen
'I two pounds of visited Miss Louise McRae of Gator Mrs. Cribbs and
,j. children, of Hampton !
woods it will not do to depend entire- -
Orange County-The farmers and ., sugar a month is what is to be expected Bend Wednesday night. visitors Saturday.Miss .
} were here I
ly upon these enemies. Such a policy of Saturday, the j Ina Belle Davis is imp' ,"*
I't business men of the county are very a good citizen Mr. Pope MUes Lavonia and :Mary Greene visited guests of relatives. I
f may mean the loss of an entire crop (i I I from her illness.
much interested in the development of queried. When Skipper failed to the
answer at home of :Mrs Fred Chace :Mr. J. V. Jones passed through
'R the dairy industry throughout the and will usually mean a reduction in'!|i :Mr. Pone said, "That may be Saturday night and Sunday. burg Saturday afternoon our to'' :Mr. Rigdon of South Pr''oc. '.
enroute
county, and last week the county agent yield, which will be much more costly I, your idea of a good citizen, Mr. Skip- :Mrs. Envy and son. Walker, also Melrose ; here from Saturday until Munfia.The .

was requested to visit the Tallahassee j than the application of the insecticide. 'I per. It isn't mine. It isn't the idea of Mrs R. Kuhl and daughter Miss Myrtle :Mrs. R. M. King has been the -5-
There need be no fear of poisoning on Fhe>.Pointt>d Star
section where the dairy industry has! the several million men in the United visited Mrs. F. M. Williams Monday : sick list. '
I .. made a great deal of progress in the I I the !stork with the arsenate as stock !!, States who are good American citizens afternoon. The ancient Greeks used f'' ', "
is not usually turned into the velvet :Mr. Cleveland Manning, of Dupont, pointed star as a symbol of het". I'
Tallahassee
past On to :
Mr.
year. my way Earl Edwards and brother Theo.
1 bean fields until the pods are mature, '' was in our burg one day last week en- still fulfils this ancient mission ,- .
confer i
.' V\! I stopped in Jacksonville to i ifI and by that time the poisoned leaves! I i Skipper, against whom charges werepreferred dare were visitors at the home of Fred route to his home at Starke. will find it imprinted on each p'' .erof .
with We
the PurityIce Cream Co.
Chase
and the of having taken his own Sunday. Rev John :Mullady, of Hampton .
have died fallen to ground. delivered Chamberlain's Tablets. Th. '
shall launch a campaign! for more i imilch I sugar in a can to the hotels and board T. M. Williams was a business visitor .h
I a very interesting sermon at lets have restored hundreds tn" "?"I
cow in Orange county and have LIVE ing houses at which he to I.aCrosse
stopped and Thursday
the Christian ,
THIRD ANNUAL( STOCK church Sunday night. who were afflicted with ind'w', -' n,
more small dairies leading to a milk having declared he'd have all Ed. Thomas was in this
!seen neigh
the Three
ROUND: 1'1'T GAINESVILLE: sugar new members were added to the biliousness or constipation. Giv, 'h..rr
station in the very near future. he wanted in spite of the Food Administration borhood Sunday. church. The weather .
man Prevented a trial when in need of surh .. :
Those who have attended I regulation, failed to Miss Julia Dean was visiting Miss him from
Countfarmer floc.tor' previous preaching at the morning vine, and you are certain to.. I lit iv." i-
Clay near prove his innocence during the trial Etta Williams Friday lifter noon,
roundups at the University will be -V
fd with the relief wh -f* U
Inlet planted \100; acres to potatoes and at the close Mr. :Mrs. :Mary Williams who has been hour.Miss prompt
) pleased to hear that the Third Annual Pope shot at him, : Estelle Woodard was visitor afford.
this spring.! Although the crop Roundup will he held Sept. 21: to :27! "If you are guilty as evidence submit- spending a few days at the home of -

was grown and hnr.t on a \'t'ry' inclusive.The ted makes apparent :you are a cow her daughter, Mrs. Ida Sapp returned
economical basis, he lost. $1.000\ due to '
t program will he varied enou'h'! ardly, selfish and unpatriotic American. home Wednesday
the very low market prire. After the I to be of interest to those engaged in Mr. R. L. Green WIa! visitor to
!
Potatoes had been harvested. he planted .'' the raising of all kinds of live stock. l I I I Skipper is one of the wealthiest men Waldo Sunday. We are very sorry to JOHN. B. STETSON UNIVERSITY
the to and suwed pens'
acreage corn There will be subjects of interest to in the Polk county section, owning report his father very sick at that

broadcast in the middles ut the lat dairymen, hog raisers, the producer several thousand acres of land and place. LI.UOLN HlllEY, Ph. D..U1I. D., L L D., President

l cultivation. His corn is made and he i of beef cattle, poultry, etc. :head: of cattle. He has two sons in :Mr. Earl Edwards attended the party
is good for :2.000\ bushels, and has hay DeLand Florida
at the home of the :Misses
service. During the hearing the fact Bryant
The live stock interests in the state
for'hay ,
t is good 1 for 75 tons. At $30 a ton .
Saturday
have grown very rapidly during the came to light that he does not own any night.Mrs. Send now for a catalog
in
the
and $1.73 a bushel for corn ,
: B. L. Green is
few The value of all the War Savings Stamps, nor Liberty on the sick list
shuck, which he has been offered, it pant years. any I THE GRADUATE
this week. DEPARTMENT-Deer. of Muter of Art and Scl.nee..
Loan
bonds. He admitted
doesn't take long to (@gure where he ':i live stock in the state, according to he bought :a 5- I THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS }\IES-Twenly-on.. department In a
( stands, regardless if the calamity in Prof J M. Scott, vice director of the $1,000 bond during the last drive but CLHILL THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEN-Woman dean ...para.. dorm'
station, is near sixty million dollars. exchanged the part payment he has tnrieft.
the of this '
prices potatoes spring.A I made it for Ford THE COLLEGE OF LAW Oraduatn: praetle In Florid examination.THE .
I This gives tome idea of the importance on a car. without
I -- -- I Clay Hill Sept. 9.-Mr. S. J. Starling 'I COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING..... In Enln. .erine leading to dr.....*.
of the
REAL COMMUNITY I : LEADER j I II I indu try, II Mr. Pope advised him, "Get acquainted was shopping in Highland Saturday THE COLLEGE FOR TE.\C'HER8-E..i.Uy i for Florida ....lIe...
I Some other subjects that will be ) with the Red Cross the Y.M. I II THE COLLEGE OF Bt.'SINES8-Bankln.. Book-kxpinic. Shorthand T7Pwrit"

I That school teacher in Alachua county discussed are: 'ertain Questions Asked : tA., the Liberty Loan and War'Savings THE ACADEMY-Prepare! for all hiith-irrade. Coli,-.....
I'I I :Mr. Henry Carter and! Curtis Starling I THE SCHOOL
OF MECHANIC
who has promised to lead the club Concerning Tick Eradication; Importance ] Stamps and prove you are ARTS-For boys and youngmen..
I I of spent a few hours in Lawtey Sat I' THE SCHOOL OF MtSIC-l'lano. pip. organ, violin, voice, harmony ehorua work
Laws Rules Regulations
and patriotic. individual who
\ work in her community by being the Any forces THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS.SPECIAL .
urday.
first of her school to join the pig club, I II ,I Governing Livestock; What we others to go without by using more I ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
'' i I is leading her pupils in practicable Ought to Do, and the Value of the LiveStock than his allotment of sugar is unwor- Mr.[ and Mrs. H.[ G. Perry visited the 1. The Preliminary Coune In .ri.ulturtt-Bot"n7. Biology. Or..an:. and Inoroarle -

patriotism, says L. R. HighfUl. agent Industry to the State. | thy the title American." latter's parents of this section Saturday Chemistry qualitative and quantitative analyaia, Agricultural CttemittrjMineratoiry. .
.
.
of the Pig Clubs. It is n safe bet that This meeting comes at a time of and Sunday. 2. The Pre-Medical Coune Geology-Phyilolooy.&e. BioI.,..,.. Anatomy Bacteriology. Hb to loinZooloay.
this young lady will make a success asa year when (he roads are good, so make Get the Implements in out of thei :Miss Effie Harris, our popular schoolteacher Botany. General Chemiatry Inornanla Chemlitry. Organic Chime;.

a teacher. She not only has the right your plans to have the old "Tin Liz- i i weather; oil and paint them to pro- visited her parents of :Max- try Qualitative and Quantitative Cbemiitry, Phyelcs.a. .

spirit but that wonderful quality of zie" in good working order during the tect them from rust and rot. Implements villa Saturday and Sunday.Mr. The Coune for Reliffloua Worker'*-In Biblical Literature. KIoIo,.,., English Piychology. -

being able to realize the elements that last week in September and head her are scarce and it takes tots ofI Louie Carter of Black Creek, Pedagogy Ethics Ixxla and Theiam..w..ho' .

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. TELEGRAPH STARKE. }'LORII>.\. PAGE SEVEN

bin.VY. SEPTEMBER: 13 1918. BRADFORD _COUNTY ____________ ____ __ .t,


.r tnitivil to insuo in o..r""no. with in the State of Florida. except alcohol -
. . . . letters.It lHW.\\ .
1 was .t . I The saul certlncHten rtirti| ctivly embrace fur medical ncientlfic or mechanical pur-
this morning, Professor Tyudiill I of the soul wine fur uncrammtal,
has come to the attention fnllouinic anus in Brmlfuril eounty. t'I."I., Hinen. .purMin| ; th*
a \sed.: in ,innenfteil. Mt the late of .the InnUHnc of ttuch .ale of which alcohol and wine for tl,.> turone. -
FOR FUN Red Cross that the Italian prisoners herein- I. ar ren.ld. nhall be reBulate by luwSection .
"You startle me !I" murmured Tyn #' JUST iTtincntv In thv nnirifn rmiM>ctiMty .
, Austria are very badly in need of extra iflir ". <,., forth to-wlt .3. 1h.. l.evl.tatiire nhall enact uti'UM !
; t, Ci .I.ul..1 lid: rniitrnecii the \\nt huh lawn for ,. enfurcement of t I,,. trot I.-
.
A Lucky dall."And the locul Improvement 1II''ln.1 t'i..i 't . . . . . food and 'lothing to be sent them ..f Northoiuii ijuitrter of Northwpnt QunrterVc "nn of thin .rtirle. )

46. a. S 2J: S" norm, unnnmwl Suction a. Thin nrt.l. .h.1 RI In o itlectn
friend
their relatives ami : Ti> ,' 0
tion is disappointed as to a speaker Sentry (Ito bosom pal)-"Halt ly I. I F. I. first day of ti i>I1I|

Mistake they expected, who has been taken 111. I Ilrk..y.'. 1 IAD embrncen 1 A In NWorner \ot4nnt in compliancetith haul troio -
\Vho gets there ? t"'llu' .1" of .ed .menilmentn. antl the .nn\ .h.laraInnn -
nf Northv.ent Qunrter .
of 110CS .t
\\ discussing the feasibility KKKII: : Ol'T tlU'll .r 1.1 .
.twere and returns shall b. nubjreldlo
contemptuously- .
7 8.J2 th..f
Bosom Pal ( jorthcnnt of IIv SIHH.. Tp. I
not disappointing ticket holders. You SIX AKKKS: K.\KI.1F.KIn : It. : K: I Acre. nnnenneil\ Millie .I.n. I the Van. regulation anil, nlrlcttiMin. .. kmtxnlded

I would 1mve no objection to delivering/ "Idiot!" Certillcntv No IH7 emlirncen lot ;l of Hut- ., t." law for v.n.r,1 elis'iimn in the .4

Br VICTOR REDCLIFFE hull to the St'ntry-"l'pss. idiot!" every lot of hogs on feed two or .(in'. Ailil to tlnniiitun S.. I'. Tp 7. I K M 81.h' of Florida. FSTIMONY

your lecture at the town three weeks quickly and actually eat t: annenncil llnrrlet Wnltcml OF.' I here ,. wlnnF.
rcilifmettHccortlinir .
ail Cvr1il\cnten nhall I ln "
double ? : nlenn
group "Is mother a suffragette ?" less than others. If all would fatten law too ileeilit, c ill inniiii thereon my bund and affixed* tl..
t.
not. If believe the your .R.\L' Crrat: Seal of tinMate' atFliiritU.
you
"Certainly
W..l.rn Ncwipaper Union: ,) father's be "" the 7th ilny nf O.t..h. A. 11 1111.W. i
1117. aprizefighter. would
ain't. :Me entire drove, at Tallahlnniip.th .
thelth.
,.IhI theme will at all Interest a mixed audi\ "You bet she like itnn's my otTicinl, nitinHtiire ju>al, thin
thin 'h.
was sedate to the point of soK ence." ."-Life. ready for the market. six weeks earlier th.. Mh lay of S"I'h.ol W A T f>.W 1 EKlS.IH t.th* In.lt.l. .f July. t..n.A. \I'

lI) at times uml Amos TjuJull At all events, It was decided that the : and to save six weeks feed i is an item I SEXI- Clerk Ciecuit Court.HrHilfitnl .I"A.H. :' (RAwrono..

enl lining to realize the fact. Ilia lecture should be given at the hull at "And you object to my using your !' that you fully understand.The Hy R. A.CountManila.VI ttKI. -9-lSt... .I.A\!'.., of Slain.

been a peculiar experience. i eight o'clock! that evening. There! wasa name in Print madam ? hog that fattens easily must be l'M. Ili-puty Clerk. r

iugbt up by an uncle who was a pro- great throng and the professor felt "Assuredly Don't you dare do it! in prime physical condition. The H. Illl.I. TO ql'IKT TITLE:

antiquarian the nephew hail "Ancient Pom.pf'II" NtlTICE I>K Al'l'il'ATIN FOR TAX KKKI1I'MIKR : I IN COURT. Eltl1fll
somewhat nervous aa .
hlonnl twenty-four conditioner "leIll
AI.t But if you do, send me A. Thomas' Hog Powder is n H OK CIIAPTFR 4f.9. OK FLOR.
with antique Ideas. theme to Interest the St'TII' .11'1\1 IIU'I'IT
not ,,
was a
imbued
u Free Dealer KI.OHIUASuttee IN IIRMl.
Cleveland their "
please. for hogs. It keeps system \ 1
copies I : i
from the cradle up to manhood. general public. In hereby tii\en that \Vrtl It t.ukellii. jjj ('OI1TY. IN C'I\N- 'j'CtRY.

rattle was a relic from an old And then as he pieced his lecture clean and healthy and enables them to urchilner of Tax (','r""oal. Ni. 9. ilHteil : .
i baby A. I>. It'lB. h". R. O
.h,' 4lh liny of Scptemhi'r
don watchman. his toys were Ivory manuscript flat before him on the reading fatten quickly without falling n prey hInt naiil certiHcnte In my .Ifo. anil hnnmmle 1..nnHrl. '.n.lna.t.' ,.

rtvt centuries old. The house was desk, a cold streak ran down his. Father (reprovingly)-"Do you to the usual diseases\ of hogs. The U. application" for tat .li.>il t. I..". In lie. I '

la 1 of The started. A fearful know what happens to liars when they l'owder is not stock corilnnei1 Vtith Inw 8aiil certitlcate .enilirnni i 'lorida and A Immltiratii Co.
.ast storehouse antique btck. lie gasped\ ho A. Thomas Hog he followinti ilencriN'il. |>ri>pertv nitimteil ,in rt al. ..

3k> he was given to rend were musty ni'.stn'ie:; had been made Before die ?" food. It's straight medicine andc llrailfunl county. .'Flnrlila.. to-v.lt- IVfintlnnW. .

vniumeH., priceless values but the him was not the lecture he had selected Johnnie-"Yes, sir; they lie still." took the agency bcratisu it enables you North .1.lr. Sotithrant anil F.ant: qisu Half rtcr. of Sec Smilhwenttuarter :It ll.I Ti. To John I'. Itrennnii HIM., ''H.TO QIMF.T Knai-lle, TITI.R.Cefirirn,

dry weighty and utterly lin- to deliver but "Humors of the An hogs much earlier. 4. S R Jl K. Ittltl AcmiThe . I I I""..... The tl..I.ln.1 I K ImmlgratiimCompanv. I '. Ml
out
pu'nts discussing to feed your Innil b.I,, anaoii\ at the ,lI.,. ofthe a ... .I.n. Fli-ltln MarKaret 111,'
mind. Rose had given him the were naiil .
the average cients. Miss Francisco negroes
1rabuu, to Two San M. Johnnon. Alexander
Starkc.Adv.UGH1CALOMEL
Sold by It. S. Jones, inntlanc of ntlch certificate in the namftof J.h. 1.h.m.
training and education had won wrong screed the possibilities of being! drafted. ('. A. Anilernon llnlenn naiil, certitlcatenhnll .1 .'a I.. f.atfn.; John R Earl. Jr. J. Earl: l} .
Il' ileeil\ W. II. Lane. Samuel C I Ian,. John C. Edle: '
officialsfilled accorillnic I Inw tax
famous A coterie of august college I lie nnkiemeil'i j.j..hm. '.
of pub. .
curator a .
?1 ii POEt, as MAKES Innue thenion fin I the 7th tiny of llctolier. .1 I II. Me ,. ".. Fianrla I. McCall. Frank J.McC.linrhcy. t
niu'um.. The perquisites and salrt the front rows of seats. Inwardly "Tain't gwine do 'em any good to wil. I"I lills.Vjlnrss Thnmaa W. Mil,. i'harlen Rob.ertn. . I

liberal. but Amos had Tyndall groaned as he Imaginedthe "Ah YOU DEATHLY SICK \ ..v official nlMnutuit* anil! neal thin Henry I' Trimble anal V. J. Shlpman i ,
\\- quite pick on me," said Lemuel sulkily. the 5th ilav of ! HUH. ,.lefenilantr, who* rvaldi ncea .. each untnown. 4
humorous '
munition to diffuse the Information effect upon them of the fightin'. W. T.i Vt t:.:KS. I l .
He entered the lece article, for he had not memorized the certainly ain't gwine do any iSKAl.l I Clerk Circuit Court.llraiKonl CUF.ETIVd-: ,'
bin) pothered. I nothin' oveh in France. Drug Count v. You anil caCti of you are hereby mini red '
lost Using Dangerous t'r".ldl.
> Ili'lil In addition to his museum other, and there was nothing to do now Ah ain't Stop lly R. A. WF.KKS.tl.Ant In b* and appear before the jinlii, of the i\l

lie yearly went the rounds of but go on with It, or utterly collapse. Ah ain't got any quarrel with a-n-y- Before It Salivates You! llepllty Clerk.PI Circuit, Court for the Eithth: Judicial Circuit !
lies of In I and for llrndfonl county on the
how- He began. Twice he ventured to and Uncle Sam kain't make me t'l.r.I. .. JJ hi
rninK. During the past year body 7th I.HV i>f Octob e r. I lOll nt tho ('o..tho.
fancied that be was following glance directly at his stern judges. Ills fight." It's Horrible. 'BIIC 1'>OTI'RN"to. I In mild (',,tint y. l.i anitwrr a Hill of Ct>m- W 1 'l Jl
I'r. he lIe had just In hen.hy iriven that aenletl hiiln will >lnmt exhibttH a"aln.t you In said court by *tK.
iliMtten track. sense of drttud lightened. Jim pondered over this statementfor lie ..lv.1 by the Hoard of County Commm- (1. .nnanTh 4. S

Is not much new to say of recited a famous Itoman joke full of moment. "You' right" he said You're bilious, sluggish constipated nlonem. In anil for llraitfonl t'ounty at theireular l.nMo' County TVIfiiriiun Ii hrrrbr S' i
There a October. which thin.
of college ,- meetinic on Ih* heat Monday In wnpapfr In "D
whole .I"n.t.
The row .
I' old he remarked more than once. wit and point. at length. "Uncle Sam kain't make and believe you need vile dangerous 1111$. for thepurchan. of a rour.m"l. tic. .hal.b* )>ublu>ht>,l fur .1"h ,onseciitl. Iweek. '
with some- officials were smiling. one actually wherehe calomel to start your liver and clean Ican'ntc mail. itraiter Tieltiii rvnerxra th* I 1
discourse
3rlKtiten your But he can take you the ...1 of sail l'
; grinned. another chuckled audibly. you fight bowels. right to reject any or al .I.. WITNESS my h ml ami I'
Inn modern as to style, then profes- is and after dat you kin use your T, 10WI.INO. ('n.r this th. Slut liny lit, July I9IH f U
suggested a close friend. And then a bit of fun that was com- fightin' Here's my guarantee! Ask your Chairman Itn.rrl .unti ('","I..n.. ttrailfonl .- tSEM.) W. T. WK.KKS.: .
>r, judgment.Everybody'SMagaz.ine. Hr.,lf.rJ 1,1County.
own Clerk Clmill Court
the most Ignorant you'
Professor Tyndall collected all prehendlble to druggist for a 50 cent bottle of Dod- County rlorlUa Tif /

Once humorous. along the line of son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful Atti'nlW.: T. WFFKI.CI..k. O. O McCOLt.UM. n 4 '?
at was
liver "-.-51. Jnokunnvillw. Kin
-
If it doesn't start
dent humor. He assumed a light tonight. your Solicitor for ,,,.Inh.t. H-2-Vt.
teacher (
Jimmy giggled when the straighten right better J JII
sent the and you up
vIe In this especial work. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX nt.FI) .
tide to a journal devoted to ontl11 read the story of the Roman who swam than calomel and without griping or UNDER SKI'TION H OK ( HAPTKR. I.!, TO JII1KT TITLB .

the Tiber three times before making sick I want you to go LAWS IOKII J .
rum features, and, WHS frownedn across I you IN cmcnir CollIer FIITI .
\ that t:. W Miller '
To the mind of the erudlt edl-\ :4 .akfust. back to the store and get your mon purchnncr Nolle In of hen-liy Tat Certiftcnto iiiven, No 4". ilateiIh .111'1.\I
''r Hit solemn dignity of age: must not "You do not doubt thnt a trainedsvsiinmer ey. .' 6th ilny i>f Jo,,,'. A. II 1"11" him ttt.Ioitli rOll ("t'NT\:' IN 1\N. -j I
luin niiulttiliplicatinn '
with trifling wit. do that do Jimmy Take cnlomol today and tomorrowyou ci .tillcnte In my nlTirc' tfcllY.It : '
invaded could you for tax ileeil I I. Irinue In acconlnncuwilh

Fnr nil that Professor Tyndall rondohemfry ?" the teacher demanded. will feel weak and sick and nau law Snlil r.rUI..t. enihntcen in the tel.lwrrl'il . n. Dcniinnl ('oinl'liihtttt. I I IKloritlii .t ; t ,'
hit
.
work. Take 1.1..1 1..1.
1.\\'ln"
) lose clay's
seat'dlon't
.r..ry "
a .
old .I >.I-In. V
that while ) ( "But .
answered Jimmy. 1.
:0.0.; ma'am Podj forI.n 1'iiilolv.. rioriini, lo-wu- l land l & liiimlurnllon l ('u. ,
lit n' i1' ,'i'olleK hends nodded npprovi' ho didn't make it four a spoonful' of harmless vegetable I iininii-nce ill NK eoi-nir of N.h".1 Quarti ,'L 111.
I wondered why \
and wake of Northennt IJinirt.T anil rim W I I"H ft.
of time honored, :j son's Liver Tone tonight up r IVfendnnta
tgI' th' delivery times' and get bii'k to the side his harmless lli.'iiriH h 171 ft .., a (mint nf lttittinii.thm. lii 1.1, 'J 1X1 Ill IK.T: TITt$. I
the students feeling great. It's perfectly llii'nci' S to rlvM of woy n.f
'kn .Ml themes ynuntr K r. ft. .
::1 vlncrn.. Kratlturn.and
ilothes on. -Film! Fun. I .',' N %V nliinn, naliMBhl To the unknown 1.1.
were th.n
children .
his give it to any I.1 S A I T railwny.
en' iNtrnlt and bored. Again so your J. II. Ciihh, tin. .. clnintanlH, of thniiiult i and I undi>r Clarrtic.
.
r were not called for so much time. It can't salivate, so let them N to point uf way nf to 1..1 .r In l.nkc lliilliir. SecII .. ,'. 1"n. di'Cellned. ,fi'ndlllltn., wlinno renl
I"nnln.
S 'i loti-ly He revised his old, leciri The physician had been called ent anything afterwards. ((11-4]) I Tp r,. S. R. 20 K.: ,I'nr nr. unkiniv.tt'C.KI'.KI'INll': : : C I

to ik the tattered crisscrossedIITI haste to see a small negro! who was in\\ nf 1 It I the. iMHiiance Haiti Innil of iH'inic nuch tort Hnnenniiil iIlt'at. at in the the l n"m.ilntf You and, ench of ynu are lleri'liv l reipllretlto tho
the jinlice
II .''rlpt'to a city copjl, and After n brief examination the + + + * + -sv * + + + 4- nf ".k.wn. llnlenn nnlil certillcnle abut II. ( Ircult 10, nnd Court nplienr. for the bi'ftin Eluhlh: Judicial, o CI..I.t.r

the hands of :Miss: Lettle announced : "Thin boy has eaten too LRG.tL NOTICESI 1 lie. reiliininl. uccorilinir t. law tux ileeil wllihMic I'lnritln., In nml for Itmdford .,",,.t y. on Ih.Ith .
'in' I th'....... on the tat ilny of Oetoher A. of NoM-iiiber. HUM, nl the' ,',Cniirtholi, i

th task of their transcription. much watermelon." + + + + + + + + + + + + + I ItilN anil mill Ihiathn in .day I., County. to mincer a Hill of Complaint j
stenographer the -- \\IIH,| .H my official nlirnatiire lit nnlil court hjrR
exhibited ntfallmt
'l 'ii-it pretty public "Oh doctuh expostulated par .'7lh' .h,. of A""o.\ I II. 1111 $. ynu
NOTICKNnttCf
TAX
II'' "i'\ "t wns nbout his own age. uu- ent of the ailing one "dey ain't no skh TOWS W. r WrKhS.iSEM.1 : : . .'I I.he I"'H.I., ,, County, TfIfurniili In heribyiliHilKliiiteil f
and her Interest In his leeJtur I in In n liv irin that I h.. il'iwinir! ,ilrnrriltiul I Clerk Circuit C.mrt. llru.lfiir.Conntv. in whirl thin no.
.1.! thin' \ mntnhmillion. Datnitrgnh an nrwnliaivr '
t'ing us too much Intnlx, ..11 1 l>i. M.,1.1| | HI' I'liliHe Auction fin I* lorlilally I fur twutvv cionifecutiv. )
< .ittrncted him townrtls her. It jut ain' got 'nough stomach?' th,. Pint Mniiiliit in Orlnlivr. HUM.' It 1-lim III, ,. It A h'lFKS.sut.rl. lice..,.1.nlnili.. bo 110101.,1

1 pi 1 tn in n pleasure to Tyndnll to mil I ;th iliiy Ladies Home Journal. *. ,, Kliitv of Miiriiln. nr Knmuch to
Hniilfiinl.
"f Hiilluht
( iuiitv -- ------------ HUH tl'n' lltl I In whleh In
rnune
eyed I
with! the bright
[ I'hut
l tiiti
up' i in" thor f uill ht niiriHHiii'''r to turnS ilefentlanta.an' S
.--- HH )TI( K OF l'll.lATh4lN( H>H TAX I'ft.I I.,.. tiniwted, nn nuailint t 1" nhoMi .I
1,1., ,in diced,! young ln .I Ii S.gib r I ''I'IMC ... I ,iniitieulnrly, ,lcrtll nn follow to-wtt t

"I |M\I" nrned so iiiwh from your -- IMIMMtl'ANT: : INit)1M.TBN: : lCi- \ nittni1 I nnil, topi"iiliiit'vn ,tin, :r vtitli till,* contH nT uiicli niKirtiitiuir LAWS OF M "11' I K':' nf NK.i SVVi, :of of NlJ'i: ,'wt'I:: of' SW'4SEt ., '(9,
N\V' NT it
I. ii 'Alii-lent Poiiiu| >ll.' :Sir. 'l n. 'i (;.\lWI\f.: I I'KI.SONKUS: ; : 01' HUNSIn a; lr\in I lot, I 5. OH"t ...I"I"'I.I..n of NI jr,. in herehv, itlveli ii thai J M .w. SiptlrrhnHi.r :.SKI, .of NE' ,. Keillon ", 5.
and
ilnKi
' _ _ _ $ 1.10 of Tax J CerliDcato Nn I :I'l. 3. ,
enihiiMnn I Ft.i: l I.iiwlpy \: Alno Inl.' I I. t,
.
[ III TU'HIe Ho e quite l. II..." .lour... Mliick :I IX In Flint: i.e wtey 1.in.iHcltHon I ,the .In) ilny of Auirllnt' A. l lb. 1"11.I hn Illeimini 1"'h.',. I".t.. nf < of NW'/t) I
'. IWII 4
[ n.' ''I'\ diiv. "I low vory Interest- ",, 'S response! to numerous inquiries A i Ciulnin; Norlh 2"ll rvct of certificate in my uiricii' anil, hai niailiiipplicalion .". oil Illtnikn 1,1 1 t M. lit. ID. I I 21. aa, 21,
ln' iilwnys the I Ued I Kind I II I KiiKt: I.n" t.y _ ri.,10 I for tat ileeil ,, IHHIHin .aceoiilniic.wilh (NW .of SW',1 of Hertlon t.Tonnnhlli l p
1 1 I prufi'-i-lnn must -- which ure daily reaching Stinl,, .. ,.niliriu'i H the fnllow nnd Jl.I lor : : .
('. 11 !Kitll.iK I III..ok nil in Euxt l.nw- la\ o'rll. :: A, Houth. Itanifi', 2J. Kant.: Halt! lulunnd
1. "I ini'tiii'iitneM. of apes lung Tyndall Forgot the Urgency. Cross both at national and division "V . LInt I Inir ",'..rlo'" iiroptrty' nituiittiil, I. Itrnil- hliickn' b,'i"" II "part nf Cnniniliiga' ..b.dl. .
-t inithor. lecturer nnd! ex- \V M It'ililinu Hliick II I I tots '1. 4. fi.i frI (',itinl'Y. ',,. ,.. t io.wlt : of mini, ," :U.XVIINIOSH '
the regulations vinliui
; headquarters, regarding :, 'in Mluck. 1 nnil l.oUi' I. :1 2! IJInekin North I Half of lot II. Ore. 7. '. 7, H. It UO : ,1.1 ". nnd the .,.,1 of nttl'lCinirl .
\ I h.i IM. llnl-hi'd eopylns the 11'. brought; an appreciative' I "hnw haw for sending money and letters to , 'Piiwn of l.,,wti'yC _ 12. a K IK .n"R. linn,. the .lint .ilny of July. HUH. .

, r,' I deliver n.'tl,1. ,. nnd t from I a group" of students. ami. the entire H I'nikir I tjiinrli'r ncrt in I hlurk u'l The. HIIII! lain! lieinir aimeimi'il. at the du' I SEA: I 1.1 W T. Wli.hKH.: ; ,
allied prisoners! of war in Germany nml Lot A tltlH nub of the iHntianre of ntirll l ItiItI" I. tlie I muni1of lirmlfurilCounty.
I F.1 .I 1 l.iiwli'y ('l lerk Court" 1.
I ,i1-" 'Humor i of Ih.rwl'nl", audience, Joined In applause.,. In Hiiiil cirtlllcnte I nhallbe i 1'.1
bureau of il I i ,.' n I in KiiKt: l.nwtcy I 4n 1':. .1. Vhaw Unite* I
.. of that." lecture grnnd, success. and Austria the prisoners Knnt: I.HWK'V' 10. IB reileemeil, afct.rilinK tn law ,lux ileeil l I will 11..111
Mi I i ,,I I I thought tno t effect, the win a f.. I. 'I'M" Kiosk 22 O. I). McCOLI.UM
on relief has issued. the following instructions ", r.. .H.: Hl'KNEY.' iou, then'on on the I Int' ilny of Octohcr, A.
'V i I 'i-I i\ P" iin-Mloncl| the profef-or There were rongratulatloim I I'I.'ry Mill>tnt nnil I Collector. '...wn of. l.o wt.y. Eli,. II. ll'IKWilneiiH. Jncknonvllle. Fin, .

'!' uto the literary ta"te of his "-\ wide, a nil Professor T 'II.IIIII.I before : p.O..1 l my oincinl aiifnnliini ant| null tl,. Solicttnr fur Cnniplninaiit, $.2It.
booked, for three morelectures Send to theBureau the, Lth ilay of AilKilnt A II KHtt :
n 11<1... he left wns, For sending money: W. '1'. W :KK4.iSKM. : --
American OKIlKIt: KIK PI'HI ICATIOS; ltrsl(ir.l fiMAI. I>IS('II.\ Kf.K.:
.Y. '" professor." declared I.ettle during the season. of 1'risoners I Relief, I .) Clerk Circuit Court MURK ..

"I to It's entertain- And a few days. after his return to : Ked: Cross Washington D. C., check In i ircu. t ('.,...t. Stnlf (if t-'loriJn. f."ly. Moritln. Bit m..nt' after tin In henof I wi preaent. .
driiL'htlly mean n" FU'lith: I .1.Mullein! Circuit.., It rid tri rminty lly It. A. VVrhKS. my .., and Anal arcounl (. llnnornlilH
trie qllu tle". Yon will pardon. lilt for the city there came to him other demands or money order made payable to the In rhttnci-ry H-30-51 I'fputy. Clerk.N01M (..ii. .A. Cardlner. County Judg litItradford

Inexperienced for his! oratorical service, for with short let. l L I, Mull Compliilniint I eounty, Florldn. anil' auk for my
cTprnnnlng'
Bed Cross a .
my poor. American I I FOR TAX lIKED: final ,illncharn aa adinlnlnlrnltir .1 thu ental'of
op '''''n hut If I were n young! man at the fume of his! daring Innovation and I ter stating what shall be done with Mi'llM". I..r.ndanl 1..tR K: lt'" AI'I'IU'ATII"ii "'U.R sass, J. It. llallbrootl and M A Iliillnmnk, d<

fiiiii-ifi that article would give me a Its success had spread and, one lyceum I It (iin iirlnif hy nffiiluxlt' milienili-tl to Ihi. LAWS OF rl.OKIIIANotlre crasml. I
the whether it is to be transmitted KtHtnl Hint Hi IIIMi 2llth, day nf March. 1914.J .
offered special contract terms! money hill mOIl 1 In the at.nc cniiMi (his, th*
moat pleimant, hour. bureau 'I to prisoners as cash in the form .lt!. ,b.. ilffentlnnt. Ihereln( nmniiil. in fl n..nr In herfliy ,I.n that Chrlntina Junen. V. EllvVARIVl. '4
"H'mt"\ commented the professor for a year. .nfil'nl nt th. 'Stat* of Ilorliln.. nntl nht In purchaner of 'Ian Certificate No I7O. ,iutII S-SII-B( mo. Adininintrator.NOTKK
submittedIt ""','re you aware" spoke the professor ui camp currency or to be used to ," .lIh.nl of Hrunnwiek, 8tMt* of (,,010.1,,. over the I 4th ilay ,.r HeptemW' A. I" I'll" bus ---- -
rnther dryly. "The editor I it In therefor Hied naitl certificate In mv office, anil haMmnili fRFIIlrilKM.All : .
the niiiof tw nly-on0 ypim AND
ti. quite.- >r-pll. sat down on It." the first! time he called upon the purchase food clothing and supplies orileri-tl. thnt nHiit nnn-riMiilent flffrnilnnt, In* aiipliCHtion" for tax d,.etl to Inntie i In ..0h"op TU o.U'rll1: of J. K.Wllnnn :.
'
genes of hu pretty typist "that you gave me the through one of the foreign relief societies ttnd i I.. hurly rt.iiuiri.fi to npi.fnr to thn hill, tilcomplaint f ...., with law Hnitl ecrtincnt .emhraci I I pemimn Intlebled til. the lain'enlalo of llrmlfonleounty
"Then he had true Wilnim.
.
no .bufn in and I aura
nulil on or property .1t".I.1
tllinl in cnuntf the I follnwlnir I
mor." asserted Lettle. "It brings out anew I wrong manuscript when I last saw according to the directions of !M.n,.I..o lb. 7th Hay i.f Ortohtr. A. I). IU1H.othurvMse llrailfonl county.d.I..1 t.ln.I... to.wlt : lorida.. .......R..I. ar* reipliintetl all pemonnhaving to payIhelr .
and l
of mud lull will bo of Honthwet (Quarter of Northwent nald delila forthwith. 7
you? the sender. The size of clothing and Iho ullemilinnn Went Half
nblllty reiplented -
vein In literary professor enlate
,. Kind Sri
your 21 K 20 latmi againnt
ilefendiint. 7. H *
27.
MHiil Sc Tp.
.nr..1
Ity tjuartrr. ,
Lettle.lie I
taM' nn
I" gasped n
Really I would try It out sometime "Oh, never fairly number of shoes should be stated. .II ,IM further ordereil thnt thin onler" b. puh- AcreH'I l to prenent them July authenlicnted, wlhl.

just to see the effect." told. her nil. She shivered at her Write plainly the full name, nation llHhi 'nc<* n we k for five connfcutiv ....k. 1 he ..1.. Innil helnir an.enHinl at th* ,I",,of one year from this dut, ."I they will h ,

mistake she bubbled over with Joy at In ,tin'I llrnilfiinl Cnuiily '1ulirah.i a newnIIHIH the fiHiianc, of nnch certlllcal In the nam. pour. I.rrpd.ruS
.
"I hnve thought of doing Just that" outcome and when Professor ality rank and prison camp address r iiiililmhril in nunl county and sit.ti*. of Waller Hooker I'nlenn' sul I'l' ..,.I.n'.*. | ,th day of Augilnt F 111. WII.SOIST.Admlnlnlrntor I
the happy Inw tax
iniirmureil, Tyndall In his obstructed of the prisoner. To avoid unnecessary '\, Seit. rnhlir 4. IKI" WKKKS.I : .hnl I he reilivmeil acconlinir nf of nf J. : arl'l, Laura.
.. Tyndnll started. forth on his new w.r. I innue thereon nn Ih* 7th ilay O..I..r. t.t.t. J
WilY "Hi. you know I huva often .. .on.Ilpf",1 lecture vein," delay and correspondence, send the I s, 111, Clerk Circuit Court.Hy wil. l>. ItolS.Wltn V* llnnn. deceanetl.Ndflt .
and successful "lighter VM.KKH.Ilcpuly: .1 neal thin -
: .
lectures are not It A. .... my offipial aiunatur.. -------
If my routine he had his wife for company. postal card or envelope received from CI.k'l the Mh ...y .f Si'i.li.mlier A. f I HUH. K: TO IIMITOIW: AM) ('III EI'l rll: '
., "
dry and imi"ty. HKWS.u W T wEEKS: : I fulnl. nf t:. II.Alii'rnnlhy ) ,
the "prisoner showing his latest prison A !S < A II iininna I n.l, I.l.l t In I th I *
|
,. Court,
"'<>h' that professor." dls-' u"ilor for ComiilnlnHnt. ( ntNOTUK I iSEALl Clerk 'I."lt Inlt of Mrailfuril ..." y. ilfwaai.il,
never BRAINS MORE THAN CAPITAL I camp address.. It will be returned if llnidliir.l. Cuiinlv. rlurlilil I I thtir I nalil .i.l.I forthwith
iuiitiil pay
- '
'In'l "i"d Lettle. lly It. A. VtKKKS.: : I arf ,
h".in', rlalrn-i
Write OF M.rtTIONPi : anil all iro.'s n..ln.t
That lady Is openIne requested. plainly your own ',... I lii-nnty, Clerl ., tour from tM.
friendly young! 1 ,ilulv 1. wlhl. ..
somewhat" reflected Tyu1 Ability I* More Important as a name and address< ns sender. This information ii. Shi-rlir ..r llmilforil Cminty.. of ,IIH'luhl. .- trt.I n.h'ntlnl..1.. nn' r. .|ill.n tail| In |>r.ai.it thy',,,
ny, eyes Commercial Suece of FlorlilnII 1'>nTH ('V Fl .:('TIONHIIPRKXt. ,ilul, ..H'nr tlii-y will Iw r...,., rr liarr.il.Th .
.1 ihe It'ft11: ,,>) Kose and the was, Foundation for is given to the society in ', i I knnvtn. Thnt I. II lay ('m.r.1" F . tlitUfllli .Itiv ..r July. I'HXVrn S

'I"I, 1, notice that a the ..
hen I \ I 'I.I"n ailmintiiirntiit,i ",.1 inlniiniitrat | .
'. production, but as well to a new circles In with the relict ,f.NKKAI.; M.ECTION ilid liann' I"' Jidnl Ri-nolutlunn |iroMinliiKami | tif the ,Ctit, nf r': II. Abi'rnnthy. ,l.eeaod.
flnnnolnl ly.
ami .
of life. Commercial hi I III in County. Stnte' nf Norliln 'in.nTi to thi Conntltution of th l'n'o.r 7-.iH.Ht.
moods I i
of the lighter I usual send amounts MI I..M""I '
I'Mon It is to monthly
thU and, other cities, says the New 'luiMilny, ..'.',Hns, trie fiml M'unNmemlHr. t lorlila. and the aam* were atrreed to -- --- 1'.
ut which existence: becomes a follows For privates from $:; and A.. D. it'is.| s the ml'iCi'I|"y vote of thne-flfthn of all the mi'mliem, elect. - --
York Times are full of lir-timcex ,
'1' "routine. 'I h rl .nn v.
that ability H a better nml' not to exceed. $-:>; for officers from $5 Itclm I 1711' D\Y OF NOVKMHEK w.rrnterrl upon their n.api'e. C.l'AltlHSJr J

'W days Inter Tyndall cam In a I; safer foumtntlon fnr fortune than I and not to exceed $50.: It ia advisable ">..u-.ctIu.? nf tIp. Mecnnil I fun- t n..I.lnn.,, .nf.. with ''h. ,..s .n,1 nnyo ,........1 '"'" .>t niter tlu tn hi-rwif nn in,wit the
. Into the olllce over lh. Pint fif Flnrlilri Inf a nil .h.'v ,lli ,I".rn., snt. .1..1 I hit t "'.th ilnv nf, Siit4.nil>*r, A II I'll"I I will ani. -
i iite hurry \I I money and though the latter I Is convenient that food instead of money be sent to r.-.Vf. .'. 1 1 lh e Unitnil S'.,.. 0.i l .lInt ".."I.I..n. ." "" Ii. t til.efi.e' I,i. v li> I llif I 1".n'.I.... A i.ar'llni'r; rmintyrmii'

li Miss: Rose presided. train I I enough for use by the nble I prisoners of war. While it is not possible C .1'! taI "'.'. of Klor. ,. .r. th'ISIS. 11w' r..n.r.1 El'tt.n: InN".mt.r. .r in nf mil at I'rivat.unty...1.\ t1".I.tin. .HIIIK. ,,. 'f.",ulnl. ..onthlrtl nrth *.-
'I time to cutch a ,
have just man In making what It rather Innrcti- to send money or packages dire't -. .'._ Suprem Court ol'nte .rIh VOW : I. If CIAV 'It \ W i ifY'Jf int.rrat i>nch of Kmma: I',,-.,'r. ItottmMl
TltnttJF.
.. the
'i'il'k' date for a lecture. The first called his tnrt. Its luck entitles in el q.t..y .... of the State ol f'hinHfr anil .IfHU'tihlh. f h,...r minor heirs

!I' YOU made plt'o>l".. Miss! Ho"..." I rntely him to no commiseration nnd rarely 'from this country to allied be prisoner,. ,F.' '' Iwn cf Rmlrnml F'.tjnfi:: Cnmmi..lon..of the Slat t'"IH., tin hereby: iriv. Fl.rrTKlV notice, that' afiRNFRAI. I ..r Salli* H itarcrllmil. fhnmcr.' land tl-f.Ivmir.1 I ,unit. ,nml I 1.ln.tn ttiafolliiwlntr In I

Lettle reached In the drawer of an his advancement the desired result may accomplish I I Florldit nnTuenday In wilThi I
delays! more thnn briefly .r .r.t" nf the ITnun of '.111 lie held In each cininty I1railr ,nl county. r'lurlfla
"lien desk where the copied manu- toward! the goal of hU aspira ed by following the instructions given r ,r two.lb.Stat.Members of rbp..n. nnl auceeedinir the ftr t M'iniliiv i Northeast tjuart, 'r ", '."lh..t Qua**
l Ii. "f .FI.r"H. November A, D. 191 ". the nuld l T."I.y h.ln. "ir. antl th* Nfirtliwint Juiit/ r of 1.h..t
folded. She securedthe above. The American Red Cross! assumes iI Five County .
'Tlpts' Iiiy. neatly I r t..mml.h.n. of 'Martt-r. !I'aa oluht, n''.. .in w.at nl.ln

one labeled "Ancient Pompeii" tion.The man with capital not accumulated no responsibility in attendingto F..r thn. !If'.ml.. /na..1 IhwFfFI D\Y OF NOVEMIIF.R Im.rh. alp, II-HH twn arn-n when wravcyartl.II.
.
young! lpilthi,t r 'n..I..n.f' the ful- nr rejection' nf Ih* nal'l aitiiali'tl." kimwn. a* lli ilan trravpyarttAlao
taking out several others! to select It by himself may or mny these matters. I .(". .* th. FVrie vismhr In ant for .hunt n..I..I.n.rtn..tl..n ir..IuI, amendmenta' to H. IhrM-f'iurlliii' of liulhvumt (|iiart.r of
Interested In l / .luntic flintrictM, : siai' of rlorlila vU t unit' South thr.fourtha ofHtmthvaiit
his I. *
from. Then she became be success In bu .lnejm. but th. Crmntitutlon nf I trie Northeast Quartrr"
nfolt n should l be sent to the ,
he No letters Th. A I/.r", nf th,* Nnrthwrat guarWP,
the explanation of her patron that money will! not be the determining fiic- American Red Cross to be forw rded.I N imher Four.imlir Proponing an Jnf'HFRItTION, S of Artiel In Hrrtinii M,
**a to deliver 11 lecture at a certain tor In his upward course. If he does N Flv. XII of the (',tlt'itlnn of the Slat ufF .al Itanv Tn.nlKiml: of Tallahaxitv* M.irtil-
Letters should not be longer: than ,. .m.. 1..n.N to KdiicntlonIl : .
lor da Relatlntf lan
while It Is
tnwn that evening. proeeed In thnt direction .. .. the following lotlintrlcln ., It floatl" l I.y the I.eKlnlatur, of th. Slat,. Thin .'Inl, .1.1 nf AuuvlM. 'ISIS
The charm of her company made about as likely as not to help him I two pages and should be written on I r fonnlnhl In mil fur of Florida- J. l>. I"X'R.
enclosed ,' ( vb : fnllnwinii' amendment of. SectIon H.of fjuarthati, r. Emma: 'baro hln" '
T>iniill temporarily forget the urgency"f move the other way. shimM' h. be one side of the paper in a Ic'. .mlier On. That Article the Ml .r the Conntltution nf th8tat f hn.Hr..Minor B-21-fit.

the occasion and Lettie was so interested without the capacities< required fu.' plain .envelope properly addressed and N ocher .. of Fl.irid. Kelatlnir to Kduc.tlnn: -- - -
mixedup Nobody imher. Four to and nh.II b* aubmltUJ to the q
that she unconsciously making money for himself. marked as follows : .imlier Six. hereby agreed the SOul* foe adoption or rejectionat I NOTIf 4

the manuscripts. with both body and brain well trained I On the front of the envelope should\ ': .imiier Sv.n.imber .. elector the ncvt'if general *lctlon, nf upI..n.atv. .Sit miintha aftr lat. hen'..f the f will present
anil final account tu
RiKht.imher totjehrm
ab"Uptly '- he called without capital!, Pie hi Id n the year A. n. "I 1..n.Rhl. .
"I declare !t" spoke the professor can truly : . to ( .. '. JtitlKi. of '
: ( .unl
be written the full name of the Prisoner Klv n.lentlmony hereunto thai "eellon 4 of Artlel\ Xlf of oh. Conntitu'ion ;. A. ". .
glancing at hU watch and he nor need the condition of penflhlesI.neal wh.ri"if. I !have .1 if th* Brut of Florid. be mnded ." r'ounly, loritla. ami anil for my Anal iti.-
of the "
either himself or hHfriends. and) address of the camp here m. .nil. .ffi., .l 'he r. l.al nil I eharir. atlminlatrator nf the *atat. of W. II.l .
trouble "R"o an .
Capltnlthu to r
to his feet. Tull! ** th. r.l.w.
sprung Flnrtiln. 5 l il iee.aeel.
whichto thousand are opento he i III confined. In the upper right Stat' .f ilay of A. I U R.n., t county .hal h* r.i..lre.lto I.hl.l I 151 I".
"I have only five minutes In A paths ,. tv..nty.foiirth AU"Ut. arne* nnd collect ". the mil,,""rt nth day of i".I.

catch my train." him and he will have pennieS hand corner where on an envelope ( l\y rR"WFRD.Ir. of the pijlille' free aeho il. therein a tax of not J. UN'I.I' ,rator..
.
Lettie : a-plenty. If not exactly: as soon as he containing an ordinary letter the 1'f, .. Rtat ,less that th. U l mills nor m. than ten 1-9-Hmo.
He manuscript . propertyIn
seized the Hrwlfor.1 Co'nlu.ri'ls. /itt' mill,' '.n th on all (a.all'
handed him thrust It Into an Inside plea ".... at least with no great delay.An tamp would be placed shou'd! bi written T. J Eppemon. ."rlr. 0'J t the ,sme.A d.la. NOTICE TH l>Hir"KH ASf I Krl:'>IT..K4.

and bolted --- of War :'trail.tt: ) postage I JOINT RKSOMJTIOV nf All prnnni ln.febte'l, to lbs *tati* or W I.Und
Pocket caught up his grip "I'rUoner I .ndmnt to the ConNiimtion late of Hrailfanl County t'r..I, .
from the door. Exception. via =New" York." On the hark of SetTIf APPI u'ATiriN FOR TAX ; 1..0. I. n-iiulr to pay th.r. -aitl ".h.
Cannibal Chef-How was that one % ,;< TION N Or" I IMPTER II. it Riol-il, hy the I.rilal.tiii-e of th* .. 5. havln .laimualnat .

"Good luck !I" Lettie cried out cheerily excellency? the envelope should be written the LAl!! ..ri.ORIDAIlrrehy Slate' of Flor n. if .forthwith the a..I.1.. itat p. riii.i..twtl I to ?5.lens *

him.I'rnessor your of the end..... The ). W. M'mrePurrhMr That Artlcl XIX of Ih* C.n"I..n authntUaltl. wilhia. on* y.ar
after lobS
Cnnnlhul Chief iiiacklnif his lips)- name and address / ,ntIe. In .lv.n that I ... Slat of h* and the natn h.. them forni-r riarml.
the 'I.rl.IR. II h
*
Cleve- .rtlnc ten this itt. o* thy w
arrived at ails) e num.,1 from
Tyndall unstamped and unsealed shouldhe \ of tu I a'enih'i no 5O tit "ad.follownArtlrl 191. --
Oh. I liked him. letter .nrt 107 .". Taofnlh'.tnr by iranufactur*. rids 7.K ,l lay of Au.t.

land that afternoon. to find two eminent "Thill's itranfft! At home he wart a placed in any postoffice or mail box. ID.it v.ly foe 16.. BmHforil ICC COl".'". Florid. ..eh ofS.nn'mbrr. I .. barter* XIX.or *Section ch.nir I ,. I of elf *.lenholi.i: or In- I J. L t l"OfKlr.L. |

professors and two gentlemen baxeball!l umpire. No one ever liked No reference should be mad hu of said rtin..t.IsIS.brIms h d.te.1 filed I the t ..h..nay c.rllncntu .a,o.,, ..nv lliiuora and *....". vhelhr farprohibltil.plrItuoua. Admlnl.iraiop' of Elt I ln.I..hl.d..d
A D malt are hereby
whom he did not know at the depot. mud ms i. .DDll ..tionfoi vlnoua or
before. t. Insuch
The college auditorium burned down him war or to any government m" 'iri In my office .




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s BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. SfARKK.: FLORIDA. )"IUH.sm"n: lInn: .. '
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.n" ( :Monday here "ith, rel our town .Saturday.Mr. ---I Tuesday: topping with her parents

...,JI.... ._ .... ,.. -- .---..-- :atives.LaCroiicspent: I- : :-.Nichols of Rnifoid, spent Mr.: and :Mrs./ I R. W. Surrency.! She I II QUOTAS FIXED FAR

__ .-' -- .' :\11'. Davis, of Gainesville, was in our first of the week here at the home of hrH been Mailing relatives in Tampa :

I U'-- town :Monday attending to bus muss. :Mr. und :Mrs, II. 1' Gainey. and is now on her way back to Ala. '' FALLY.JU.A.DB1

Little Hazel ;Morgan is very ill at Mr. Coleman demons was attending '!'mmu where she will jo'in her husband.Mr. .

County News Item?: this writing to business in Jacksonville Friday. : Geiger Barry made a business National Goal of $112 'JI)( 000 .

:Mrs. Beuluh Han-ell and Miss Ellen Everybody invited. to attend the revival trip to Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. $15,000,000 For War; Work Of: Y

Lynn, of Bradford, were in our town ) services being conducted at the : Buddington of Palatka, was W. C. A.-SouthM., ASkid

I SftUrcitlnf fact Gathered Durlne the Week by Our I Friday afternoon.Miss Baptist church this week. here on business Thursday. For $3,000,000

Regular Correspondents. : Inez Abernathy spent Fridayin :Mr. A. A. Hazen made a business :Mr. Truhy Pinholster and Beatty The quotas for the II'' "'11

Alachua. trip to Hampton Wednesday) morning.Mr. Cunningham of Brooker, attended Southeastern Deparu 1 Sa'the fur |

:Mr. J. C. Cone spent Saturday in : Steve Hague and daughter, :Miss church here Friday night I next financial/ drive of 1 Nwtl

Lawtey. Florence, were in town shopping Sat :Messrs. Chesley Fogg' and Riley !Mc- War Work Council of th T M

I.WT"S"WS: : I :Mr. Louis II. Hill recently called twomeeting :Mr. Olen Hazen, who has been in urday afternoon Colough: attended, business in Gainesville I for J112.000.000, which w skeq,
of citizens und! organize i late In the fall were decided I
s Jacksonville for some time, returned The ladies of the Red Cross are busy Tuesday( upstk
10. :Minn El'lrc' Jje what will hereafter be known as the also A II I :Messrs. J. C. Barry, R. W. Surrency wee* by delegates from arh nT| ,
Lnwtcy, :Si-i't.; Council of Defense home Friday. /IIr. knitting: making a quilt. report state Seven hundred dolngm,.
Community
Reddish left Thursday for Ma'on, Ciu.; Lawtey of :\ J. E, Clemons was u business of their work will be given in und J. R. Bevill made a business trip I! the seven states of the Ir1t
will at request
on receipt of u telegram stating thut which body visitor! to Starke Monday afternoon next week's issue. We would be gladif I I to New River Friday. I Department recently met SoUth.1II11'with !

" her sinter, :Mrs. :'Ilalll'lMilh'r, was ser the government hold regular meetingsand the:: !Mr. C. Wilson is very ill at this all would) become interested in this :Mrs Alma Surrency spent the weekend tlon's leading Y. M. C A work thy.
all times to answer ,
I
at
be ready I here with relatives.
' iously ill. "' writing. work. the Capital City Club of Atlanta a'

v \Miss Wilmer ]Illanchard retained call of the government to assist in any. Miss Iris Godwin, of Pine Hill, was :Mrs. Cowart and) little son, of Fort I lIrs. E. D. Abernathy has returned I The quotas for the !SoutheaiiiBtates :: ,

home last,; week from :Melrose where work suggested: as helpful and necessary in our town Saturday afternoon Ogden, are guests of Mrs. C. F. Litch- I! from Starke, where she has been visiting totaling approximated n
she spent/ several days with relativesand to the winning of the war. Any- Mr. Wm. L. Murrell was. on the sick field. Mrs. Cowart before her mart Ii for the past two weeks. 000, were decided upon tufolt;: ? T

friends one failing: to do their patriotic duty list part of lust week. | ringe was Miss Elsie Hollingsworth I A party composed of :Messrs. R. W. Florida/ 1577,684; Georgia, $LOt:
called, by this local council I I 784; Mississippi, $280.000. NVrtf w ,
:Mm. Pear) Jones came over from when upon Dr. Thomas, of Graham, was in our and has many friends here who welcome Surrency, David Kelly and son, Barry, Una $680.288 South'
and will in obedience to orders have to be Edd Pnrrish and J. II Surrency enjoyed ; ma' Ifo I!
Jacksonville and spent Saturday Council of Defense town Thursday afternoon. her on her, visit. 896 ; Tennessee, $l,09.9 i xiah.

Sunday at the home of her parentsMr. reported to the County will take the matter :Mr. John Surrency nnd l mother, of : :Mr. and Mrs. D. Hall have moved in l quite n little I fish fry on Sampson $604,0'0.' *
I
who in turn :
I (J. T. Pearce.t Add fin. of last week herewith lake Saturday. $15,000,000 to the
and Mrs National Coun- spent part the Green cottage They have been Y. W. C A.
Rev. Henderson filled his regular up with the State and relatives.The I residents of Lake Butler for the past I|I :Mrs. Riggs joined her husband here Of the total amount Jir ooniini I Ibe
the delinquentAny
appointment at the :M. 1-:. church Saturday dill for action against the local little infant daughter of :Mr. few months. j I Saturday and spent the week-end with turned over to the Young WOJnt

and Sunday.Mr. person called upon( by will he and :Mrs C. Tyler is very ill at this i :Misses Tave Andreu and Daisy Lewis friends. CbrlJtlan Association in order Ibr

: nnd :Mrs. J. C. Byrd were visitors council to serve on committees writing '! were in town shopping Tuesday :Mr. Roy Roberts of Wnteronk, was they may carry on the many wars I Itlvities

to Jacksonville recently required) to do so or show reasonable :Mr. lien\ Hazen wns the guest of a business visitor here Friday.Mr. that they have und Mak@D. I

\Mrs Jesse Reddish. visited relativesin cause why they cannot. Miss Irma Andreu of New River, last I GRAHAM, : and :Mrs Claude Birt and children Every town and communlt 1
in :Mr.Louis the Southeast was ttl
held
will be
the Wuteroak section Saturday. Regular meetings Sunday afternoon.Mr. I of Hampton, spent the week-end. represented !
office the second Tuesday Its /leading/ citizens at the ""onr.1't1lll
\Mr. \M. I<. Loadholtz was transacting Hill's Joe Surroncy, of Pine Hill, was Graham, 1:1'IlissllIbel: : : Byrd I here with friends. Chief among/ the International :

business in Jacksonville Thursday of each month with special the call meeting of the< an early visitor here Tuesday loft Tuesday for Tampa where she I I :Miss Frances Murrhee left here on were Dr. John R. Mott General trjs S. tJI'
time at
from time to
Thursday morning for Valdosta Ga.,
{ und Friday. I -I I tary of the National/ War Work Cone

!Messrs. James M. and son, Joe, came chairman.The and '"I I where she has accepted a position as ell, Goo. W. Perkins, former beds

t over from Jacksonville and spent Sunday following are the officers | bookkeeper. of the Bull Moose party a own ,.

8 with their families here. members thus far elected and appointed | :Mr. Rax Thomas and sister, of LaCrosse of the executive board of the tnll"

\Mr. J. E:. Brown spent a few days : attended church here Saturday States Steel Corporation and not
.\ in Jacksonville last week. :Mr. Louis II. Hill, chairman. SEEThe i even ing.i chairman of the Army and Nan T
chairman. I M. C. A. bureau of finance. Othm
:Mr. W.O Torode, vice !
Thursday at the invitation of Mrs. i I :Messrs. O. W. Dyal and Rufus Jones
In the party were A. II. Whitfordanl
J. I 1) Randall the Indies of Grace :M. E. Rev. Alfred Evenden, secretary. made a business trip to Waldo Satur
l Chas. S. Ward, directors of the
War Board-Mrs. J. I). Randall, R t*
\ rhtfrvh were entertained at her beautiful day. tlonal campaign, and A. M Cotton tt
It the R. Thede, Dr. liiggs. I Misses Vinie Lane and Ethel wereshopping '
home in East Lowtey. was the Boy Earn and Give Camp
Members-W. ).'. Godwin J. S. Nor- in Waldo .
occasion of the regular semi-monthly ] Thursday.Mrs.
man, R. R. Thede, A. M. Blanchard : R. T. Crouch of Gainesville
.. meeting of the Ladies Aid and was KaiserAt The "Y" Men Are To Be
W. II. Edwards. J. D. Randall, Enoch
well attended. In the absence of the spent the week-end with relatives.

k president. Mrs J. II. :Moore, who is ttriffis, A. A. Smith, W. M. Redding, H Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Byrd, of LaCrosse Found Where Battle Is H Hot t

visiting in Alabama, the chair was taken V. R. Reddish, Rev. R. O. Wright spent the week-end. here with
. Capt. Wyrick, of Gainesville was in "If you want to know what the Y. !11
by the vi'eprl'sidentIrR.! A. M. his parents, Mr. and Mrs D. J. Byrd.
) C. A. means to the soldiers,
" town and Sunday, makinghis no when!
Saturday
, ; Illanchurd. The meeting was opened! :Mr. und :Mrs Doss Starling and chil- "
he hotel. lie the /fighting is hot, Is the rciniu!
; with devotional exercises and tin interesting headquarters at wa'lalilo' dren, of LaCrosse, spent the week-end of the American soldiers
reply I Ii
entertained while here at the the Gaiety Theatre Starke Friday and Satur-
,.J) business meeting followed, here, the guests of :Mr. and Mrs Percy France, according" to a cablegram rcelred ..

I ;,f which was also followed. by a still more home of !Mr. und Mrs. T. J. Terry, returning day, Sept. 20th and 21st. Two Shows each Jones. recently by the National Wu

)f' lt t.. interesting social session during which to Gainesville Sunday after- night. First show 7 o'clock. Admis- Mr. J. D. Durst, of Chicago, is here Work Council telling" of moro errs

I: delicious refreshmentswere served noon. for a few days visit with !Mr. and !Mrs. tarles who have been under land

k I i. and a happy tete-a-tete indulged in, The government is asking that here- sion 25 and 50c. r George' Stone fire attacks, as well as ga; and IhoU I IOre.

after the people will save all fruit pits :Mr. Will Jones / The American/ ITxpedltionari 4
the week-end
while some furnished excellent by the musical entertaining numberswere us they can now be used in the making . .= -=_ __ .':.. ::::-=-::.:..::..:.:-==::.,- ::...; -: :' ;: __--.a,;;;;; r I at Hastings with his spent wife. Acers/ hare sent scores of letter !to

of musks to soldier the Paris headquarters of 'he "V
save our
gas i Miss
all Florede Harris of
hostess to the supreme delight of Gainesville
death. A barrel has been praising the work of the Red Trlang'i'
the tallies present Mrs. Randall was boys from r I was the guest of :Miss Ethel Byrd Saturday -
them be Ind1.
to
*
Wr.ti workers, declaring
I t the recipient of many compliments placed at W. II. Hurt's shoe establishment pensable.

r U. from her guests on her success us it on Railroad avenue into which '- :Mr. Riley Wasclin left here Thursday More than n thousand "'Y''" witarlos 'rs

I hostess, the ladies having spent such the Lawtey residents are asked to deposit t \ for Camp "Wheeler Macon, Ga., are In advanced position and

,:to : a IIt.Ii/rhtfulllftl'rnoon, the time having nil fruit pits saved. When the ff4t +e r where he will enter service of Uncle dugouts under constant -' fro
barrel, is full it will be shipped to the } Snm. and they refuse
. L I seemed to fly so rapidly that when There are no quitters

t their ears arrived to take them home proper quarter for use in tho makingof k :Mr. and. :Mrs. J. B. :Mills, of Starke, to be relieved saying that when
musks. The people are urged:: to ; ahe the troops go the Y. M. C A. will sOd
(r. it seemed impossible the time had M spent week-end here with the for
save and collect all poach, apricot mer's sister :Mrs.\
i come for them to ,go.Mr. E. T. Stewart.

It1.1 : . and. Mrs. E. rtarthlow, of !Mid- stones cherry" plum pits., prune, and olive seed I, | :Mr. anti :Mrs.. Gus Wynn, of Samp- Animals Have No Sense of Rhythm

dleburg, were visitors at the home of or son. spent the week-end here with :Mrs. Animals have no sriiMot, :n
f Mrs. J. II. !Moore returned to her .
!Mr. and Mrs. \V. II. IJiggs on Wednesday. | i, Wynn's parents :Mr. and Hrs. Frank though they may be taught i 1"> '
homo In East Lawtey :Monday night
/' Abernathy.Mra. This Is t the iinnouiu'CiiiiMit ',' I ''j 11M
.
1 :Mr. A. Starling and daughter, Mrs. :Mrs. Moore has been absent for several 11, I Stella Jordan, of Plant City, l'mfIIf/:: the University ,nt! w.
4
force, left liiit week for :Macon, Ga., weeks on a vacation and visit to her / t I II k rt here visiting relatives und friends. "Ilorsi'S driven/ / spun,' liJuldo < .
; C. Y. :Mayo, of :Monroe- ,
.llIulhtel'Irll. $ :Miss Nellie (; to :Xulure. "iiinkin"i
t on a visit to Mr. Brwh() is in Ploughman, of :Monteochn -
f \ille, Ala.Mr. step togi-ther./ T\\ I I"" i .Hf
Camp Wheeler. | attended I church here Inst week.The .
returned home I Ld '* sold( : ID
: Solomon Cline sweetly they sing' i itlnao I.
. : Mrs. ,1. I II. Randall left for Tallahassee : i revival meeting: is still running ,
see Sunday. afternoon to attend a general from Jacksonville Thursday and will 1t I land' i's well nttpn I. remain for long enough to other nuisli ):von tli" < ajj}
a period to his home
convention of all state organizations nt Stnrke Sunday animals. of tin circus I g..T' 'III' :
, +,' directly interested in the winning enable him to fully recover from n recent f ; I )( evening. Rev. Dynl, of Sampson City from) the trainer, not li'im" .J',"

(, I. of the Will'. The convention will attack of lagrippe. t ,. conducting. : the meeting.Rev .

, continue in session till the early part The Saxton residents are notified/ :Mullndy! of Hampton, will deliver Metal Long In Use.

. : of next week. that the service prevented on accountof ,IIJSr'! AS!f OINC DAY THE MIGHTY ARM OF THE PLAIN CtSHAli! .I I a fraternal lecture here :Mond.iy Tin was known to the Hebrew'seul

I Charlie Shopard has so far recovered sickness last Sunday afternoon will rLOPL.vILL ML.A.CM OUT AND CRUSH THE BEAST OP DCIt'lIM | night, Sept. lth.(! Everybody invited. worker ns nn alloy of other roc! 't- "
be held this Sunday at three o'clock (acL.lM! :. Pl.OM' THC KAIS6W, THE BEAST OF MERLIN )
I II I I from his serious illness to be able II I We are glad to report that little early us the time of Jlones. There WM

t.f. to take n trip to Stnrke where last and Rev. Alfred" Evenden will prea'h.Don't You will know more than ever before Why we are at war. It will her home in Hastings. She has been no tin In Palestine./ Their tin In till
stay away on account of rain I he rhome time of David obtained. from Ty '
i week he spent/ u few pleasant days at Hastings. She has been ns
tc with his father who has been staying clouds in the sky. louch a responsive chord in everyones' heart And is bound to make you n sufferer for quite a while, first having and Tyre was supplied by the hips

t l' there while attending to business. :Mr. A. A. Smith has been away on a think--and think hard. This piclure has been endorsed by Belgian and I a spell of typhoid, fever and! then that traded with Tarslilsh. This tin

i4 1 The first of the socials opening the /fishing trip for several days and both Diplomatic Staffs as well as the entire Ambassadorial Staff of the United I an operation came from Spain but doubtless dill-th*

fall and winter season's activities in /fish and I fish stories ought to be plentiful ] States Rev. :McGuire, of Palatka, will be greater quantity came from the tin (

connection with the work of the Ep at least for awhile.BIIOOKER I here Saturday eve and! will deliver a trlcts of-Britain.----.------ -

worth League of Grlll'eI.! E. church ITEMS It shows how Germany planned this war 30 years ago. It shows in sermon at that time and Sunday, both Notice of Application :ifor Tax I'1"1

was given at the parsonage on Tuesday detail how the, Belgian people are being treated by the "German Kultur" I morning and evening. t'nder Section 8. of Chapter 1888.
i-
9 evening and there was a largo Krooker, Sept. 10.-Several of the It shows the real tragedy of the Kingdom of Grief. I CROSHY LAKE Laws of Florida
I crowd present. The I NEWS that LOUIS
social
was given young:: folks attended the sing at Bradford Hereby notice is given:
it r by the pastor and his wife who announced Sunday afternoon.J. I I.akest.' Id. Hill, purchaser of tax snip certin-: -
-,- there would be no charge for Crosby 13.-Mr. :M. J. cates numbered respectively 4>"'. 47.!' 'id'
A. Douglass of Alachua. spent :
McaRe
and J. L. Underhill business
were f'or
. I admission except: : to those who came Friday. afternoon here with relatives visitors to Waldo and GO issued by the Tax Collector

late, n tine of five: cents (to go to the here was will visit her brother, Jlr. J. N. Byrd. Saturday. Bradford county, Florida each nf Rlil
!Mrs. Thomas and son, J. C., of Law :Miss Edna Baxter, of near Misses: Ruby and! Gertrude :McRae, of
league) being imposed upon all who, Before returning she will visit at St. certificates being dated the Ith tiny
tey, spent Sunday here, the guests of the guest of ;Miss Pearl Lewis Sunday !;: of Waldo, have been the guests of the the
arrived! after eight: o'<'lock, the hour I Petersburg anti Plant City. :Misses September, A. D. 1916, hn fled
: :
Mr. and! Mrs. J. C. Cone. afternoon. Misses: Eva and Lillie :McRae of this
set for the business meeting: which I Ruth Smith and Ethel said certificates in office :and has
accompaniedby Byrd
my
:Mrs. Tatum IIn.1Irs.! Davis" of Mr. Truby Pinholster, accompanied place. While here they visited :Miss
preceded the social.! Important business Miss her far Waldo. made application for tax deed' to issue
and as as
Starke, spent Thursday here, guestsof his sister, :Miss Lubediu Kathleen Underhill, of the Pine Level
wns transacted: and plans/ laid for :Mrs Jno. Shriver. Ora Melvin attended the sing at Bradford :Messrs. J. R. Reynolds J. C. Barry, section. in accordance with law. The saul, cer

n patriotic pie sale mil( kinds of pie) Among those who attended the afternoon II. K. :Mills and Dr. Thomas were bus I tificates respectively embrace the following
Sunday Mr. II. :M. :'III'Rae returned home Fla..
to be given on the main street Saturday iness visitors to Starke :Monday.Musses on lands in Bradford county.
River, was
speaking:: at Staike Friday afternoonwere :Mrs, W. Andreu of New Thursday from Brunswick Ga. wherehe of
,
Sept 21st the proceeds to !go: to Cone, : :Mabel und Ethel Byrd attended assessed at the date of the issuance
!Messrs. O. II. Colson, L. F. Sur- the guest of her sister, :Mrs. J. C. had been for some time.
the National War Council of the :M. E. A. to business in Starke :Monday! I such certificates in the names respeetively -
renry, Jno. Shriver, A. H. Surrency, Friday afternoon.Dr. Mrs. W. D. McRae returned home **
church at Washington to help in thework A. Hnzen, J. D. Barter, C. :Andrea, and Mrs. J. Bishop nnd little son, :Mr.\ W. R. Warren and son, Bruce Tuesday from Tampa where she hereinafter particularly
of winning the war. The league Thursday were business visitors here Tuesday.Mrs. was forth, to-wit:
Clemons.. town
J. in our
of Alachua, were called on account of her mother'sdeath. :*
also undertook the work of paying for :Miss :Mamie Rl'd.lishhn has beenspending : W. R. Warren, of Brooker and Certificate No. .1;) embrace Lots
morning. The
cause of her death
the transportation of magazines being some time here, returned to :Miss Ellen Lynn was the guest of :Mrs. Frank Warren of Tampa, were pneumonia. The body was laid to rest was' 11, 9. 10, 11, 12 Woodlawn., Src,.sed 1 11.,

collected and sent to the soldiers her home near Ileilbronn Springs on Miss Murray :Mulphurs :Monday afternoon the guests: of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Byrd in Woodlawn cemetery Sunday after- Tp. 5. S. R. 22 E., BO acres ne.c

at Camp Johnston. Tuesday.Mr. I Unknown.
Wednesday.Mrs.
u noon. 21'
The business meeting over the social B. :Mali'hurs spent last weekend :Messrs. Joe Surrency und Guy Pin- i : C. B. Roberts made a business :Mr. and. Mrs. Stobo were visiting nt Certificate No. 47 embraces !Lot R. !
festivities and the trip to Gainesville :Monday.Mr. Woodlawn, Sec. 1(5( Tp. 5.; S. -
: Gainesville
began young! pro- with relatives in Starke. I visitors to
holster were the home of :M. J. :McRae's Sunday nf- ml>y
pie proceeded' to enjoy themselves! to Messrs. L. :Morgan and H. Lynn Friday morning. : Sandy Prescott and wife, of ternoon. I K., 10 acres, assessed. Raley-lb

the fullest extent. There were no dull in Starke. Sampson City, were business visitors Co.
spent Saturday children returned -
moments us innocent fun was plentiful Messrs. Hnrlcy and Fred Hazen who :Mrs. T. C. Wednesday Hazen and from Cedar here W'dnellday.ITII.: Eva King, of The play given at the home of :Mr. Certificate No. 4* embraces tot !sIn

anti games: of all kinds followed each have been spending n while in Jacksonville homo been spending Valdosta, Ga., accompanied them. P. B. Bryant Saturday night was Woodlawn, Sec. 16, Tp. 5, S. R --
have
other in quick succession till the serving returned( Saturday. Keys, where they :Miss :Mabel :McKinney has returned very much enjoyed. A large crowd F:., 10 acres, assessed Katherine F.
I
of refreshments tempted them to :Mrs. 1'. Cnlson has, rented rooms and : awhile from Bushnell, where she has been visiting was present.Mr. Taylor.
i Messrs. S. V.V.. It., F. and R. Andrea and :Mrs.. Walter Underhill Lot i55 -.
take a needed rest. moved in with :Mr. and :Mrs. L. T. 0>1- her sister, :Mr. Lula Dinkins. and Certificate No. 50 embraces
of last week on a fishing Mr.: J. L. Underhill and 5. s- R.
spent part family Woodlawn Sec. 17, Tp.
This first of the season's socials was :Misses Sarah and :Myrtie Thomas, were ,
teon.Dr. !;: trip to Orange Springs.Mr. visiting in this section Sunday. 22 E., 20 acres, assessed Rney.llamuyCo. ] )
decided Others will our of Monteocha, attended( church here
declared a success. Tribble! of LaCrosse, was in : Pnrrish ef Gainesville, was
p. .
d be given from time to time and will be town on business :Monday.Mr. visitor to town Monday.Mr. Tuesday night.Mr. Indigestion"A -- shall be redeemed -
a our I Unless said certificates
4 Ii, I free to members of the league who! attend : Joe :Malphurs spent last week in Truby Pinholster, an efficient : R. W. Surrency made a business few weeks ago I used a bottle ofChamberlain's according to law, tax deed will
services reasonably regular-, ,
s its Orlando.Mr. I member of the school board was in trip to Waldo Thursday. Tablets when I was issue thereon on the Uth day of October -
others will have to pay for admission to business first of :Miss :Mae McKinney spent Thursday having bad spell! of ',
P. Colson spent Sunday herewith Stark attending indigestion.The A. D. 1918.
to socials. There are no dues charged, in Lake Butler with her uncle, :Matthew tablets aftseal
strengthened
his family. the week my stomach Witness official signature
I I my
I the work being supported by voluntary made business :McKinney.Mr. and toned ,.\. V-
J :Mr. and :Mrs. :M. Byrd and children :Mr. A. B. Surrency a up my system generally. ,, this 11th day of September,
contributions. : :McDavid of :
Henry
,
Monday. They are to take ''
of LaCrosse, passed through our town trip to Jacksonville easy and most effectual 1918. .
Appointed as chairman from by the and secretary !acting Saturday morning enroute to Graham. Mrs. F. Colson and daughter, Vir- attended church here 'Ilonteocha'J I I ," writes Mrs. D. S. Dart Skaneat- (Seal) W. T. WEEKS
instructions
under Mrs. :Minnie I .
in Burgess
Hill section, were eles, N. Y. Adv. Court.liI'
Pine -
of the County Council of Defense, Misses Karma and Verlie Parker, of ginia, of the ... .-- 9135t. Clerk Circuit











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