Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: September 13, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04672
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bushed 1879. Subscription-Per Year $1.50 ; Six Months 7;;) ('Cent. la>able in Advance. 1S. Matthews, Editor anti Proprietor

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1). L. Bugg/ Who Was. Reared in i Judge* Wills and Others Spoke.. to l'u.1

[ILL COME TO Sturke, Command* RegimentThe I pals and Faculty HEAVY IN iiI

friends of Wm. Thomas of the navy ford has arrived overseas with Battery I

following article from the At- will be interested to learn that he was A, 31ti t; I'i..llltill"J'Y.. Thursday of last week being rogistration '

[STARKE .OCT. 6P lanta Journal refers to Benjamin L. niamicd u few days ago in Boston :Mr and :Mrs T. B Shirley of day, u half holiday< was giant I I THIS COUNTY r

Bugg son of the late :Major Thos. L. Mass Brook received u curd last week front I ed to the* pupils. of the Bradford" Count .

Bugg. He was reared in Staike and :Mrs. L. Strickland of Brooker received their! son, Paxton who has boon stationc ). High School! During the morning : ':

received his educational training in the n card! from her husband\ last d at Blue! Ridge for some time session the pupils. and, toiuhors ussemblod "it
Bradford County High School! week, tolling of his safe, arrival "over past saying that ho was ill :New.: York I in the auditorium. to listen to

WILL BE MADE HERE "In considerably less than two there." and is now on his way over there- His I patriotic speeches made I by Judge: .1. T.WiIIK. COUNTRY'S CALL ,

months after he had volunteered and, :Mr Joseph Harrison one of Uncle many friends. here hope for his safe Col. J. C. 1"'I'I'lIallll. Col '1'. 1 1.. a!

RllUir\ INCLUDES: ALL KINDS: had boon commissioned as a lieutenant Sam's boys in training at Gamesvilo, ni rival. I 1 Pock. 111aSTI0lInS; : ; .\ J.lnH,0.: "444.

|r KFLICS FROM: HAULHELDS !:- colonel. Benjamin L. Bugg, (formerly visited relatives in the :Miller section I :Miss Alice Tyler of Suxton has Devotional exercises. wore opo.tu-d liv ING: ; 01 'rio putr ornn. I: vNEIL' 1}

: OF EUROPE) : general manager of the Atlanta Birmingham Saturday night and Sunday, lately received a !letter front Pmntoj! (01.l Poppell! after whuh ('"I. Peek it(itlSrll.lN'l'SI'ittrrn : ; : ,i{

and Atlantic railroad and Private N. D. Wainwright, Jr.,. of E. 1 1)>> Daniels Co. A, 10J Infantry: in | spoke em the glorious sacrifice of the !!
one of the South's foremost rail o\- Jacksonville the soldier Ho mentioned the fact thatduring
tsar Relic Train traveling in Camp Johnston spent ; which the interesting information isi hundred nail n>'\'rntytUomoil j
;, Pl'utives. has arrived in franco in command in Starke with is ( the civil war men woio. con
with the Fourth Liberty wopk-ond parents given that he has been in n battles in Itrail ford county registered \lust I

Li t. "i includes Starke in its of his own regiment the Sixty- :Mr. and I Mrs. N. D. Waimvnght. :I since reaching France and came out of seiiptod from the ages sixteen; to sixty Ihuistliy in compliance with the now .

ampaign The train will be here Sun- sixth Engineers.: The Telegraph stated lust week that it without a scratch. lie thinks Franceis : while now the president calls! for law i.enquiring the repudiation of all .

ran October (th, from noon until '5fcck This information was furnished in a Puvate Eugene! Finley was in France. I u beautiful country. nion from eighteen to foity-fivo Judge iiK-ii between thin ugos" or IS! and 15 J1 i-1

i' telegram received :Monday by :Mrs. This was an error, us the young man Pvt. Van B. Hamrick field clerk in Wills spoke eloquently on the defense years. In addition to those who ic'icis-! 1V
m.flic I
p Bugg who resides at 2l; Peaehtree in :: and ,perpetuation of liberty. He spoke*
> England.
train consists of about five cars is at present doing duty the regular army recently visited hn toned in thu county the local Buuril is a t

ied I with all kinds of relics from the circle. Francis Halligan and Everett Waid | mother )Mrs. Sara L. Hamriek. Mr. proudly of the Bradford County High receipt of a large number of curds i
Colonel Bugg's action in offering his formerly of Starke but now living in School service flag, which now bears train. who residing JIill
Iclclcls of Europe. The cars will Hamrick has seen considerable service, men are temporarily (l)
services to the nation and his subsequent New York state have been called into eighty-nine t tars Dui'ing his disc-out, elsewhere. 'I'hose* will probably f A
and all are invit- i having joined the Canadian forces in "
bpen to everyone departure for duty at Camp Lee, service tit Great Lakes Camp Illi I the judge said that the star spangled' the total for tho
registration 1..i
i and hear of carry
,e come and see the relics jthc beginning the war and served! I S.t
Petersburg Va., on June 3rd, with the banner hud never kisse-el the ,earth and f
[speeches of the officers who travel nois.The with them eighteen months after county up to 1 >50.By ; ., IIi
high commission conferred on him by many relatives and friends of I which he joined the American forces. was now being borne victoriously aloft district the 1"'lCi"trlltion" went ,

i the train. the government occasioned widespread Mr. John Pinholster are interested to I in a foreign land; that the time would follows ,
S. :Matthews chairman of the I Arthur Grillm another of as :
Liberty Loan Com- interest and elicited warm praise on learn he is on his way to France and Lawtey'spopular come when there would l I" but one No. I. Luwtey _ . ._ ____ ___..l7rNo. 'J

|tee. is making an for overseas duty. Arthur is now n
regulation so modi- friends throughout the South. overseas. lords. No. :8, Palestine\ ____ nu______ fil: i
day gasoline Ten days after reaching Camp Leo Pvt. Walter M. McDonald down corporal; he is steady and ambitious Prof. S. S. Dow ling closed the exercises I
feel perfectly came No.. 4, Providence _--_.-_____I0'!> .
I that everyone may and hopes to be able to render I
he was transferred to Vamp Laurel from Camp Wheeler and spent Sunday good by making lI'n Interesting talk on %4o. 5, Brooker ._. ___ IOJ)
their cars in coming to see -- -- -- i I', :
a to use service in the medical department of
The correspondence on the Maryland. There the Sixty-sixth regiment with his little son, Walter McDonald the subject of Thrift Stamps. No. t li;, Starke ____ _____________.t'i "
train. the His relatives and friendsarc
of engineers was organized its Jr., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. army. No. 7, Hampton __ ..... 7il '
Ijett far enough alreadyt --- ----
has gone anxiously awaiting the of his .
count on the use of personnel being made up exclusively Kickliter.O. No. 8, Ralford, ___ ___ ___.____.tlt\ ''I.
everyone may safe arrival across the pond. Till AMERICAN: )) CROSS!
of volunteers who
to come to Starke on the were experienced J. Phillips of Lawtey who en- No. !9, Worthington ___ ___uUu 9(i 'N'No ''
ir ears transportation men. The early embarkation tered the training school at Gaines- Tate Kite, of Starke, has received a t
10, New River __ 31 t,
mentioned. of the unit for France with ville letter from Private Levy Elkin Johns Ten Million :Men Women and Children --.u ( f i
some weeks ago has been unsigned No. 11 Graham: II: .
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Colonel Bugg in command whereas a to the motor transportation depart- Co. A, 14th Engineers R'., who has Look to America for Succor ; !
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new organization seldom sails unless ment. He writes that he likes the been in France some time The letter ; r
CROSS FRIDAY Washington D. C., Sept 18.-Ten I
headed by a regular army officer, hears work fine. was written on August 14th and Private million and children Total .. ._ _ ___ ___ ___ __ _...1575\ 1'1'
Bradford evidence that the Atlanta railroad official The casualty list published in Wednesday's Johns told \rrangements for the The work of copying tho registration
the of and
has most to few days to the date of occupied parts Belgium, t .
with effectively applied contained the name of a previous .
lunty Carnival are progressing papers cards wan taken up at once in the ayofllee ,
Franco again look to the American
the service the for the I letter. Rivers is former Starke
Lib military genius organization Roman Addison of Raiford as beingin a "t
enthusiasm, and the affair proms of the Local Hoard and on yesterday .
and the handling of I boy and his friends here will he interested people to provjdo them with clothingto /
men German prison. Addison was formerly :
to( he a great success. Commits a the mulling of ciiiosliommiies, 1 :1'tn
the winter. On
get through coming
that has distinguished his record in I to know that he is in France.:
reported as missing in action on
from the various Red Cross the success of the second clothing registrants between tho ages" of to! '!1 j
civil life.CARNIVAL.
nmhe of the county are at work July 21th. I Robert Blanchard one of Lawtey's drive which the American Rod Cross and !:11I!< was turted. These! am the ni"n : 1

i paring the display for their booths. Pvt. O J. Phillips who is stationed popular soldier boys now overseas I at the request of the Belgian Ih.lil.fI who will he first called into service. ) ti'I ,
at Gainesville the week-end with has written to his !Mr. and
spent parents 1
carnival will be opened on Friday
o Commission will launch on September Owing to the limited time allowed
his Rev. and Mrs. f D. L. Phillips Mrs. A. :M. Blanchard from "Some
[ternoon. September 27th on the va- Kaiser the lick to dollars takes it parents I 2:1:I and continue for one week depends. fur copying the cards the ]Loral Hoard t !
of Woodlawn.. lIe likes life where in England saving that ho isfeeling
Int ''ot! adjoining J. M.: Alvarez's res- camp
and dollars make will dimes and dime whether these Horely-tric-d. people lire found, it necessary to cull for volunteers ;
encc .>n North Walnut street, with better every day and all the boys are line and that all went well on have to wilh the work. The fil- .' ''i
a given have you because heart yourin I to enough covering for t their help ;
treated well there. the trip across. He said he was not 1'mind
e following attractions: I joy with away go you'll then shot !'! ,poorly nourished bodies during the lowing poisons responded| to the mil !
I.lIwt.BranchDoll. tent. :Mrs Bud Parker of Brooker received 'seasick he was too busy looking for
; good a not are you if And .hands yourin cold weather. have tho cordial thanks. of Ilia 'J .'
I In! oki> Branch Ice cream anti I a telegram last week stating that ;I submaiinei Robert enclosed n ,perI I
r bu,
china of piece handsome a with Five thousand tons of clothing ill the* u'd for the assistance they guve
booth. her son, Frank Stokes had one foot I annul letter of welcome in fuc-simile
rout will shot good minimum amount the Ked Cross hopes Misses :Minnie end Louise BOSMO, i i
away go you 11 are youif :
Liiki Dinah'sint shot off and the other seriously injured |lof the King's own handwriting given
Butler Uran'h-Aunt and shots three have may you to ship to these people as a result of Novii Tin'nor, 1m-/ :hoist, Aluo Atr,n, '1 I
while in action. She expects him to our soldiers on arrival. The following '
Then .fear to nothing is there, afraid I this drive An equal nmount was colloeted CiissioVhito. I IIiiulio; Slink, Mjru ; t
Booth Kill home sometime in the near future. is a copy jI
| Hampton Blanch- No.1. be don't Now .hands your into rifle lit in the clothing campaign last Barr, .Jessie Jonos I :Mrs N. I II. Wain- ; (j!
KIIISPI No. SahuU! and The Bradford County High School WINDSOR CASTI.P. r'I
Booth 2, :March for time hns '
and .
tle harmless a place will maidens lit I some past' wright Messrs Jos FL I! Wilson J. .V.
service flag now bears eightyninestars Soldiers. of the United StatesThe
> la "aterj tie same these cents ten another pay : boon in the process of distribution' in Andrews Jr, I I'). I U. I Puppoll, ('. "K:, 1 .. 1

j Raifnrd Branch-Sandwich and coffee will you if Then .cents ten of sum the seven. names having recently people of the British Isles welcomeyou Belgium/ and Not'thorn I'rnnce, but lit Pope, Carson" CMVVS, ,1 or Truly, 1'II'ry; .'
l boen added Russell Johns Lucian
I' tent.Stark.\ for sandwiches two and tea of cup a : I on your way to take your stand least as much more is needed, nec-oid' .. :'01. Davis II||. i Jo:. Lngergreu.1." I I" IV>'k, I
Colored Wamnght: Ben Bugg, Harry Rivers be>sido the armies of nations 4
) Branch-Tent No. I. you serve will maidens little charming many now j| ing to Herboit C Hoover chairman of Leslie Turner.
mitr1'Tent No.2. .Japaneseu I York (Colson Lacy Thomas Floyd fighting in the Old World the great .
two, tables these of one at sit will the Commission for the Relief of Halglum. --- .

u, No :!, fortune teller and you If. tables little tiny two see you'll Green. battle for human fioodom. | In an appeal to the American .. .. .. .. 'f".i> .. ,. '0' + ... '!' 4. ,;> '

1),) witch I ( find to easy he Twill), booth Japanese Private Albert Bailey who is sta- The allies will gain new heart and | peoplefor a hourly rsc-ponse to this. .. ,. I

V, attractions N. Sternberg tioned at Ft. Oglethorpe was in spirit in I wish that 1 .. .. /J
I the for look vou'll if and, 27th your company | worthy ,'nll. Henry P. I Duvison chairman I' I.OKIDVSSIIAI.Tl\ LIST .
l"CJ Harry Canova will entertain the September of night the on Carnival Starke the past week visiting at the could shako the hand of each one of | of the. War Council of the American UI'IITill': ; i : r\sr \\ii: 'KPrivato .. J

rovul 'I home of Mr and :Mrs. John Willard.Mr. and hid God. ..
with some side splitting stunts. Cross Red. the to go you'llil So, maidens you you speed on your Roil Cross, says in part : --
The will be wired home is Maine but he mission GEORGE; ; ; R. I I. ..
carnival grounds I Japanese dainty then bewitchingmore Bailey's in "Back of the Geiman, wall that for I.eiiry fliftun, F'ret'v ,

ith electric lights for the occasion nothing is there and tea oolong spent this furlough with friends in In these notes last week the infor- four yours has hemmed, in bravo little .. Point missing( in aition. .' !v. .

I'd' everything possible done to make than delicious more nothing is There. Florida. mation was given that Private Roman Belgium and her neighbors in northern Private Tilli'tt Crawford I Do.' *. t,

t an enjoyable affair. Remember that china Japanese than beautiful more Carl Floreus a former Starke boy Addison. of Ruiford, was missing in France 10,000,000 human beings .. iiainl, missing( in actionPrivate f

his carnival I is a Bradford county pro nothing is There. who is enlisted for special or limited action on July 24th. His parents, Mr. look to us for clothing as well us food. .. Home'hell! K. Crosby, .>

'iction and that none of the articles on service has been assigned to duty as and :Mrs Ira Addison have since received Even the well-to-do lack necessities, e. Stiirke, missing in HI.tion.' .. :

|ale will bear the mark "Made in Germany REV. J. Vi. HARTPENCE: a clerk in the office of the Bradford information from the War 1 Department >> and the poor are in the direst need All Albert A. Kdwards: Quincy, 1",

Come to the carnival and en- County Local Board and will help with that their son was killed inaction I stocks of clothing/ and raw material '. missing in action 4lloniild > ,

,) the fun while you are helping the Rev. James Wesley Hartpence died the work of classifying the registrants on the day mentioned. After have long since >peen exhausted There '.. C. Fri'i'innn. Mulberry.., ** h i '1

i,>lil<' Red Cross cause. Tuesday night September 17th at the September 12th. he was reported missing his body l was have boon no commt'rc imports since' missing{ in action ,* 8 I .

home of his daughter, Mrs. Almena Homer Limbaugh arrived home yes identified on the battle Meld. As soon I the f first devastation of the country. Private Aimer O.! English: Talluhussoe .*, J

Nr.\V: .\GE T TAKES CHARGE; Peterson after an illness lasting only terday afternoon from the Plattsburg as thi- additional. report was receivedat The quantity of materials that the missing in action.. *. 'J,
a few days although he had been in training camp. He won a lieutenant's Washington Mr and! Mrs. Addisonwas Commission for Relief bus been permitted Private) Grover; C. Kelly Fort 'oo k

Mr--, Emma K. Calhoun of :MurTreeshuror failing health for a long time. The deceased commission and will later be assignedto informed. They will have the I to import for manufacture into I Lauderdale, missing in action. '.. I 'I, ,, '

Tenn., arrived Monday toke was a minister of the Baptist duty sympathy of their many friends in clothing has never been sufflc-ient\ and Private John W. Ward, Mayo ''' 'j..1

.> 'ip the work of home demonstra- denomination though on account of Private Seth W. Roberta of GuilBR their time! of sad bereavement now the world IK short both of clothing .. missing in action '.. ': i'

,'on agent for Bradford county. Mrs. the condition of his health had not and raw material.! We cannot purchase . PrivateArthur Mossic, Alton *, i .J

alhciun is experienced in this line of been actively engaged; in the ministry what is needed. missing in action f q.

ork and has already entered activelyn for some time past. He was a native .\DFORD (COt'NTY: ))'11. CLOIIIING:' ; FOR RELIEF: : I IN III.L-: "Rut you can /give it. William W. Smith Croom. '*. ;.

, her ,duties. Mr J. E. Futch one of OFFER THEIR SERVICES GlUM; 1 s
of New Jersey and was 71 years of "Every; household in the land has wounded severely 'v

--tarki a well known attorneys has age He had been a resident of Starke been some spare clothing, worn or outgrown Frank C. Stokes, Sampson City '. jl
25rd: to :)0th) has
when the
'iv"n Recently government call- September
:Mrs Calhoun the use of an for only a few months. mind of little value here, but desperately . wounded severely. ;'
, 'th. Futch building and she will be ed for more physicians fourteen out of designated by the Reel I Cross as a cam .
held afternoon *
Wednesday needed
The funeral was by the destitute there They
:or hrn there to those i interested in from the Peterson home, Rev. the sixteen practitioners in Bradford paign week to collect clothing for local relief have been reduced to fashioning garments I .. , ,y . 4, 4 9,1 .b 4 ,t. w a .
the' county promptly tendered their servi in Belgium. The following
wick except when she is out on W. G. Law pastor of the Baptist to act I from flour sucks, old<1 blankets ('O\l.\HH'L\I.: I ('(II\N.IS: ; : II \:NIIHTh ) t
lipid, later ces. The physicians making/ this committee has been appointed
work. :Mrs. Calhoun hopes ,church assisted by Rev. W. L. Kickli- patriotic sheets and tablecloths which have now Commercial Motel for several
tf'' have demonstration offer of their services were as in Stai'ke: :Mesdames J. H Ritch JooHoover
!kht''hen an office and a old school ter and Rev. P. :M. Riggi. conductingthe follows: J. E. Wilson W. E:. (Davis L 'I utmost disappeared and shoes from years under the ITIUllajt'rnf'lt, of R |It

fitted up in the ceremony.The T. J. scraps of carpet and jut. sucks Today Prevntt has been I IHIHOI"! to :Mrs. W. J. ,
}'"n' Walnut street. J. Tomlinson, J. C. Wills and E. A. Davis/ N. D. Wainwright
on it costs. eight dollars to have pair of Reynolds who has for the past
; ; n ,
pallbearers were J. C. Poppell :Mr. N. T. your
Mis' Calhoun would like to cooper T. Campbell of Starke; W. E. Middleton Griffin K :M. Johns and j
E. R. J. E. Futch. N. D. Wainwright shoes resoled. For blrlllRIICks are hud the management of !Hotel! Tuvoli '
Poppell, will ask [
This committee you
with the School and Civic Club! Hampton ; A. J. Johnson, W. W. Ritch t
W. A. Dubose and P. M. Riggs. kind for stulfed with dried (leaves or moss to lit l Riuford! :Mrs, Ke-ynolels: took charge
and! cither individuals Farnell and S. E. Driskell of Raiford; for ud clothing every
organizations or
Everywhere: the of the Commercial Monday. morning j
nerve mattresses
The interment was in Crosby ceme- In addition, us
E. A. of II. and both
fo' Russell Brooker; G. Care- all ag* sexes
the establishment of a rest room
tery. canton funnel need! of "blankets is tremendous Hospitals She has had! considerable experience iri
for, the women and children who visit foot of Worthington; ; Seeter King and pieceifiodt, light warm j
and other instituioni suffer for hotel management and she expects
I""ke. could he runin J. 1:;. :Maines, of LakButlor; W. C. and other kinds of l"th' I says
i This she LETTER FROM REV. EI: )W\RDS .- -- want of sheets In some places whole to give Starke a hotel. ( service
the Witt of Providence G. W. Brown anti
onection c with her office and I ; families sleep together to share a sin.. that will satisfactory to tll"tr.I" '
-j. E. L. Biggs, of Lawtey.By .SOLDIKits: mmPI'KD: I-ROM LIST : prove
'nitration' kitchen. In his the .
renewing subscription to gle blanket /( public. ;
virtue of this tender of servicethe ,
Telegraph Rev. V. C. Edwards, who is Complying; with the ruling of the "To relieve a plucky and longsuffering -
('. AGENT:" physicians named! become of /
\RD COUNTY: part
FROM: now at Fairview Cottage; Asheville War Industries Board the Telegraph is I nation we must open up our blankets and baby clothes Only garments t.
the Volunteer :Medical
To Home the
and Corps
Canning Club Girls N C., writes us as follows: lie this, .....(1k dropping from its mailing/ : stores of partly used clothing. The of strong/ materials will be aceopted ti
Demonstration 1 take this army and may called into service J
Clubs: opPortunity who value of these supplies is inestimable Apparel of flimsy material or y
I greatly enjoy the Telegraph. It is when they needed. list th names of all soldiers are |
know that am
to let you like a letter from home. I have been not act Jill paid subscribers We have Your unused garments will clothe our fancy clothing will nut be taken. Prospective

County Home Demonstration Agent of especially interested in the names of CALL FOR>>! COLORED .MF..VThe : fully explained this ruling/ in former oppressed. allies as human beings; donors are reminded it will not
Bradford invite
county. I cordially those who have gone to the war. 1 : issues IIf the Telegraph and there is no j| should be c'Iothed. save them from suffering be necessary to mend the garments, a'l

you to my office or to call on me at any deeply sympathize with those who Local Selection Board has a call 'need to go over the ground again. Relatives disease and death by protecting the repair work will give employmentto

time I can be of help to you. I shall have lost song over there. for nine colored men to be entrained of the soldiers can hardly do / them against the cold and raw winters the thousands of destitute women In
call upon you at an early date to get the regions.Collections .
of northern
and My health has not been sO good this between September 25th and 27th for anything for them that will be moreappreclated Europe. occupied
I the
ready for our county contests of ; will be made, through. I
Garment kind for both
than to send them the every ,
summer and I shall be in Asheville fora Camp Johnston Jacksonville. The men '
county exhibits at he State Fair. from the exes, and all are needed according Chapters of he: Red ('ro* Tha drive .
this ages
part of the winter at least. Hope, have not yet been ordered in for this home paper." We know
1J5 make it the best. be from :Monday to Monday Sep.
cell but the orders will expressions of appreciation we have i to the appeal. Also piece will
however, to be back at work before : be mailed out I'
Yours for mutual CALHOUN help long. in a few days. had from them. (food which can be made Into sheets. I tember 2'Jrd: to 30th IneluSlve.o .


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: assigned to It-the leveling of the f-I move in the "peace offensive" which l I fighting the British airmen on Sunday For Crump* in the stm--'11.,.,h

r G New York Throng Heraldsthe I moue St.1ahial: salient in Lorraine.In has been expected since German arms accounted 1 for thirty-seven German If you have ever |I" .

a little more than twenty-four began to stagger back from the fierce planes, while they themselves reported with cramps in your stun,,,,, 'I. N *'

hours not only has the work been accomplished I thrusts of the British French and sixteen missing. < be interested in the ts , ,. 'f '*

;, Advent of Autumn ) but Gen. I'ershinR's men I, Americans. Steps have been taken for the organization Charlc Henry Oswegi,. \ y '*

I I had all the important towns villagesand I: Washington and the allied capitals of a Polish division under says "About four years a, ., ::1,

!. I..f. strategic positions in the sector I hailed! the call for a conference on neutral Polish officers, to wage the fight in fering from cramps in n ,,|, 4 j

. New Waistcoats and Girdles are Launched within their hands and were standing soil as another German ruse to get Sienna westward to their fatherland and bowels, I used Chaml\"1 1 ; ,,. ,la

{ a ll on the banks of the :Moselle river at better terms then they might expect as integral units of the American ic and Diarrhoea Remech |I' ''

. \. ,. WINTER Pagny, looking across the stream into I when the war has been carried to the army It is estimated that 100,000 far the best medicine . '.1. MONKEY FUR FAVORED BY PARIS FOR German territory. And the southern Rhine. They were convinced that Austria trained men can be made available at have ever used.-Adv.

1918. Ostrich Trimming on Dresses outer fortifications of :Metthe I whose people have long been, win -_..

., :? Is it possible New, asked York the, Sept.tourist 20,, that :Most astonished, indeed were the great German stronghold in Lorraine, I weary had been called upon to beat once.The United States and her allies The Strong: Withstand the HcaTj;;;;:of'

k. t four miles distant. the of making overture Summer Better Than the Weak
New York may boast at this season oft onlookers when a dull rose colored dinner wore only onus peace nave rejected the Austrian peace of-
to fill itself with a little Large numbers of Germans had been und thus save the face of Germany.Not 'er, President Wilson anonuncing that' Old people who are feeble and youni,
the enormous. throng/ that seems gown presented who are weak will be Mrenfttheoctl /gaga"
and overflow its many highways? Yes bunch of ostrich plumes of dull blue taken l'risoner-more than 23,300 had only in Washington, but in London the United States "can and will enter- through.. depreuln heat of summer ando ewbyey byw.

l "'. 1 it is possible-it ia true. Never before und green tucked under the drapery of been counted and others were still on ( and Paris, pacifists found colt ain no proposal for a conference upona tad GROVE'S TASTELESS chili TONIC 11 '"
aDd enriches the blood and :
their back to the prisoner ,comfort. None of the governments involved has made builds up tlie Wh :
'' has New York sheltered so many the skirt. This costume paved the way cages matter concerning which it I tern. You ceo HOOO f""Ula Str.uRlh."e
,, a'1' ; I during the month past. Many of the way and when another appeared with and many guns and machine guns and were inclined to take seriouslythe its positions and purpose so plain." II I atingEaurt: taw IiWm

smart people who previously found it uncurled ostrich running in strips at great quantities of ammunition and request that delegates! be sent to I

I ; quite impossible to be away from Newport intervals of about six inches from each other war stores were in American such a conference as that proposed by WE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH I WOMENSuffer TORTURE-[)!

J J. \ t and Long Island find themselves other it was received with admiration : hands. the Austrian ruler. It was pointed We pay from $2 to $35 per set (broken ,,

r t' ( \ following an alluring call and they instead of surprise and amazement, From Hattonvillc on the north and .out that the United States and entente or not). We also pay actual value Terribly With Corns .
(. j ]leave their summery nooks without a That odd fur, monkey is being used across the salient eastward to Tagny I have made their pence aim so clear for diamonds old gold, silver bridgework of

I i \ I sigh, only to find themselves back in to a great extent on the velvet dresses the Americans have closed the mouthof there can be no mistaking them. Send at once by parcel post and High Heels But

,I town. The reason of course c'est la for fall and winter. Its shiny, silky the big sack that extended -southward This "peace proposal" was accompanied receive cash by return mail. :Mazer's : Why Care Now.
j'j'I. to St. :Mihiel[ trapping/ within it by the announcement that n
,\ '' qualities lend a soothing atmosphere Tooth Specialty, Dept. X, 2007 So. 5th. I
by their fast advance all the German submarine had sunk the Brit- Women wear high heels iv> i,
,i';i i1 :<:4 I' to the coat or dress which is fortunateto enemy I St., Philadelphia Pa. Jk.(
: le up their toes and they -itiv, !
have it as trimming. forces who failed to take refuge in ish steamship; Walway Castle with the 'crrf
from Women thi
( flight when the great bombardment of loss of 189! lives. Ninety of those who bly corns. n p-i"I'td
1 ,' I The Younger Generationis ; For Indigestion' Constipation or j to trim these pests seeking relief. bill
} Thursday morning heralded the approach perished were women and children. At
[ BiliousnessJust
in evidence. The kid they heardly realize the terril i V ']Jaj.ger .
Lj I everywhere of the offensive. the same time U-boats renewed their try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS from infection (
1 says a m Iy I dies are not contented to stay at home Although the operation of the Americans attacks upon shipping on this side of WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive authority.

1t t tI and let the older ones do everything.! has been described' as having the Atlantic shelling only eight miles Laxative pleasant to take. Made and Corns can easily be lifted 'u> ; witb

I r No, indeed! not the little patriots of "limited objectives" it cannot but have off the coast a transport carrying recommended to the public by Paris Medi- the fingers if you will get from any

,I; jl Uncle Sam They may be seen right a most important bearing on the future Canadian sick and wounded. cine Co.,manufacturers of Laxative Bromo { drug store a quarter of an nui ,' oil

,+ now on Fifth Avenue collecting for of the war. From the straight- Grim meaning was given the over- Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic drug called freezone. This i i.ufllciett
t 'soldiers and sailors whereas the cloister I to remove every hard or soft corn or
ened the
Xl Xlt line growing out of the oblitera- tures by announcement from Paris
of 1 j callus from one's feet. You
of the nursery and the privacy tion of the St. Mihiel salient the that Austrian troops which tried to I simply|
:t. Ii It their gardens used to claim them. The I apply a few drops directly upon the
I Americans now are in a splendid position block the way of the Americans were I tender aching callus
corn or Tl,
sailor suit which all little
\ boys to act with their brothers in arms utterly demoralized and surrenderedto soreness is relieved at once and
t art and which could be worn only to the on sectors eastward when the time is a man.ACTIVITY. the entire corn or callus rout and soon al G

f la circus or other red-letter occasions is ripe for a strike into Germany direct. III Women lifts out without one particle of pain

Itltti I III now one of the essentials of the wardrobe Also they now are alligned on terri- ALONG MACEDONIAN:" This freezone is a sticky substanw

tory from which it is possible- to get FRONT:" SHOWH AN INCREASE:" Here Is a message to which dries in u moment It just

behind both the Meuse and Moselle\ British Brought Down 37 German Airplanes suffering women from I shrivels up the corn without inflaming
Mrs. W. T. Price of or even irritating the surrounctinetii.! !'
rivers and thus makes null the reported Sunday: ;; Losing 16 ,
Public Ky.: "I Buffered : sue or skin. Tell your wifiiboat, t tI
\' plans of the Germans to stabilize TUESDAY the various theatres with painful. .". I this. .Adv. U2|

-v their front along the Meuse\ should of the war the fighting goingon She -writes. "I got down, 1 -_
they be unable to hold the allies the with weakness In my
in and with added in
steadily impetus
"back and limbs. .1 EVER SALIVATED BY
west in check. :Macedonia where the reconstituted and dis
felt helpless
Gnet Allied airmen arc already heavily Serbian army, conpl'ratinj.with the j couraged. had about :! CALOMEL? HORRIBLE!

j bombarding the Moselle\ region around French forces have stormed three given up hopes of ever

Metz and outlying fortifications and strongly fortified. positions and oc.-u-\ a being friend well Insisted again\ when Acts Like Dynamite t1ll. : a Sluggish .

have dropped many tons of bombs on pied Veternik Dobropoljc and Sekiil] Liver and You Lon
1 i Slip on Drew of (JarbardinoKucrre. : the strategic railways leading from considered the most important partof TakeCAROUI ,

The canteen at the plaza of the great fortress and it seemingly is the :Macedonian front.. a Day's Work.

the Public Library uttructs many of not without reason to expect that with Farther east on the Doirnn-Vard'ii' There's no reason wny a [pfrsoj

the women who lire interested in tho apparent supremacy in the air :Met/ front! from the first and, !second lint should take sickening siilivaii g calomel ;.
when 60. cents buys a laic: tti:!
relief work. Consequently, one sees I and the surrounding country henceforth -
] Bulgarian positions have been" cnptiir- of Dodson's Liver Tone .1 .erect
smart clothes about which under is to be sadly harassed l.y the
many | eel I by the allies over a ten mile section I substitute fo? calomel.It .
ordinary conditions would not be in allied flying squadroni. | French troops in their advance tniward is a pleasant, vegetal' ')le ;Laud: :

evidence. the 'rrmin Ics )).,"\1'-\:\ hat 'which will start your liver jti *' a= -ure
I The Woman's Tonic
Silk Jersey Popular I gnined two-thirds of a mile on ;M, two ','Iy as calomel but it doesn't tranc you
IJLOW ON lll'NSMTll':" ritK.NCIlGermans ::< [ |
G of most attractive dresses I sick and not salivate.
One the lnnd u half mile front north.i.t .mili can
worn by n distinguished \I'lirinH.foft.. Allies IrKflTort 1 ,, 1 began:: Cardul. In I Children and up f' l- cat
saw nt the canteen was / i t'oa of fancy, where they ciiptun I .i'i' a short while I saw; a. "grown
member of New York's to Straighten I Line additional six hundred prisoneij marked difference. . i take Ilod on's Liver Tone. i nciuse it

L1/t! smart set. She chose rather greenish SUNDAY: -:Marshal Fuch, pur'suin : I j American Ii'iii 1 German patm',' :. i. I grew stronger rlslit: is perfectly harmless.
I and It cured I Calomel is dangerous druc It u
aloe ,
? I11e.j a
refusedtrimming :
delft blue silk jersey' and I C MrCitrOneSided his policy of giving the Germans; never (| doing the major part of the wurk" <""'. 1 In'Tea,
than I
I r.m K!i utter mercury and attacks your '>
of any sort. The dress hungin minute's "rest followed up the in-. the Lorraine front but then- are rt have bet n In yenri." I a dose of nasty calomel today i I' I \o
one 1 piece from! the shoulder to the (Halve stroke. of the Americans which t I I i ports of a possible great attack l h\ mi- If your-':': T, you c .n I will feel weak sick, and nnu-i ,''. 1 Ic.:

ri, hem which by the way was fully IS' wiped out the St. Mihiel salient in I twt' ,: side or the other in the Vo-go-" j appn t'Iett what II morrow. Don't lose n ,d.r. .> 'I,

Inches and I a gorgeous bonded girdle ,days' time by launching an' ; All reports indicate marked M 1 menus well. Thousands to l 100 stronrc 1 of and women ( Take a spoonful of Dod i', ,.'.- '! "

1 of neutral shades suggested 1long : Tunic Elf(...t Saturday morning on the French from, t crease in the work of the urplan : E:VM Cardul the Tone instead and you will .M> .0

wai! cr. ,i' t fr, I tl'r! p:'>"id feeling great. No more I :i'' est
black satin ; bt': 'it!:. It should help I constipation sluggishness. }Ii.aarht" '
she wore a large drooping little Tho blow took immediate effect or I quite recently npepnrcd tn lack, Ilk J
girls' hats 111111 dresse' Every .
Cardul. At all ""Jf
hut and carried single skin of Russian the; German lines! pushing them bad t. you. Try coated tongue or sour stom!
a air forces have
quote now
and ininu ,
:Miss claims a Scotch hat now druml.>tJ. E-73:: druggist if don't i 1:1: 1 :F: <1.
t sable. her new school coat must have a military from one to two miles at points' in ihi- niented forces. into the air and th i ru son's Liver says Tone acts you betti r "nor-

1 Y Our home designers proved themselves cape collar. A particularly good important sector, where it is well mjri-! I have been numerous engagement1an -. A -. rible calomel your money H \\"i .tnr
\ most capable at the Fashion looking model shown in one of the vital for the Germans to hold fast il f illustration of the verity of th .;;.' for you. t lie -I' '

_Show; at. .Saratoga. With America In home. they hope to retain control of any considerable -
n in dull
is (
shops developed! green
r the lead in the manufacture of fabrics, the part of northern France during
: spun and has beaver buttons at
l what else for our designers to do but sleeves. the coming winter.
I back front and .
follow and become the desired creators :Meanwhile the process of cleaningup \
i ;
.The Silhouette Remain Unchanged. I' KRESS MAIL ORDER STORES \
t( ; of lovely things to wear. The the St. :Mihiel salient was being
' and fa<- Just us predicted the long narrow 1\'Ni
I I't; t I'' evening gown is quite pause a continued by Gen. Pershing's troops :
cinating substitute' offers itself in the silhouette has been taken into the who so far are. reported to have of

ii ">! I appearance of the formal dinner gown. hearts of all the female world. The focted the capture. of more then SO- D'ey ( Send To.Day for This Big

i I N, t. And bright glaring colors are taboo only unsettled thing now is the waistline OliO) Germans; ns the result of the clean

Black Is the favorite color, and when and invariably this is left to the rut drive of the American forces, 4 r

\i' 1 one sees dinner !gown of black char- discretion of the wearer. The designers ; The French drive represents a re "Book of

mouse with black net it justifies they show a marked( tendency toward newel of the drive at the St. Gobain a

question of its favoritism. The skirt the long waist but one must beware massif and therefore at the citadel of 1 '

a is cut in long points and each point i is for only certain types are privilegedto Laon, which that bastion defends. y

f "' finished with a jet tass(.!. The bodice indulge in this trying mode. The Moving directly into the massif further Asa Thousand Bargains'Every

! ix draped with net and the girdle is oljet two cuts illustrated are simple anti north above the Ailette. the APosfa /-' :

ri tl with tassels to correspond with the smart and possess all the qualities ofa French are reported to be progrcssincsatisfactorily. It '

t i: I itkirt. serviceable and correct costume. Brings f t' of This 1
.. Along the Aisne the advance has toYou.IfsFREB ; Page Larrfe Caialog

taken towards the .French the (east some unit distance they wen further Offers Unlimited Savin toihe Thrifty

[.ill ] early reported to have reached V'uilh ,

fl Week's Summary of f the War ] on the north bank of the Aisno, pushing EVERY THRIFTY WOMAN should send today for this

4 i us they the advanced.The Germans. back from the rivet n"6 Yalue of a Thousand Bargains," the largest that

;, vyo have ever issued. Its many money-saving opportunities

t I AMKKH'ANS: : SI'AKI'\ HIC; III I\'.: lea utmost in the center of the salient British front has !hold Intact will surely delight everyone trying to economize
against n series of German assaults
1,1 and also northwest of Punt A :Mom- '
11-:1.: SAI.IKNTAnurifunn : 'I'.I.7U
ON: TUK: : "p'
i son, through the furt'.sls. and along the what appears to be n tit of desperation' Thrift in ordinary times is a ., but today itis
and l I'rnirhre Operating/ railway line running northward to over the inroads made in the defenseof *-5 a patriotic necessity. This big. BARGAIN BOOK will enable

Together on 'Hun Front :Mate, the (great German fortress the Cambrai l.y Field, ] Haig'forces you to clothe yourself and family: -to secure the most

1.'HIDAY-TIIt' AinrrU-un ,I First southern outer fortifications of whichare in their recent progress., The needed household necessities at tho lowest Krcsn, bargain prices. Purchasing
of lien.! IVrshini, ii- d \ for our many stores elves us a tremendous buying power. This com
under British boat several
nrmy less than ten miles. distant successfully oir bined with the fact that wo buy and sell for cash only, enables us to save
i U In action against the tiermnnn; on n such attacks at Itavrincourt and Gouzcaueourt you money on every purchase.:

' twenty-mile front on the famous\ St. commencement holding th'il''lIluable positions \ j \
Mihivl: salient in Lorraineshiih had the high ''I ,
on ground in this sector.
a miles-eitfht miles on the Wl'st'J'nIlid" BARGAIN BOOS OUR LIBERALGUARANTEE
stood sharp wedge in the French line Indispensable has been "Tho
and twelve miles on the southern as Book
Bouthwi--t of Verdun since the comrnvneenivnt 1Il'4SIn:" : OIKN:: of the war. side., The fighting was preceded! by ('OUI4EIII.UEH: \ :" FORCES i f St new catalog. U: bigger nnd contains moramoneysaving W"t frunntntea thftu. thrnreinsmerv a l I"hen.*.
artillery bamhardnient IQ sire hewn m this
an extremely heavy values than before. ,
ever ""
/ i :
In the preliminary thrust groundwas Austria Asks For n Discussion on the 1 ) In addition to artlira Illiutrnead
and the troops and tanks advanced an excellent: showing of an.he.'Ou p.i..hfro"
rained on both sides of the tri.ui- I under barrage which was c11rrietl Conclusion <,f pence 1 \ r winter millinery comfortable underwear. that represent themrrehenduewtdYo full talus nd, awm ate'

gle and. also at its apex at St.1ihi..I., out with mathematical precision. MONDAY: -British. French and splendid footwear and dependable house- to You thnt it will ft''VII fu,
4 j hold needs there Ij rich nynnh.vns
from ieerntce.ndndsfocun'
choosing "
h"l and l at lust accounts the Americans I American continue their relent- 1 Dui
gram the war maps it would. pmt for thomonnr
with whom some French troops are | leis pressure against the German.. Winter Coats Suits and Dresses. If fomiiirr ,""on you are anr5uOCie"e"'lu
impossible' for the Germans to evac- (aed with the value of
j .
l>rlinlt: j unto the salient as they apparently are v luilattvpiral krcuiFtvinro. (tharfeatoreelnctude! .nJ" ""' "rTdTchnnim
the salient in an eoffrt to close the I three miles a mile m.n'.leanaWo at our "xp>nM roam
on thirty-three S roUnni and "to: uium r*and hun. It. If you wish er
P trying to do without huge! losses in .... dred of othrr"" _. ..wtthnyeh1IM1'
I .
the ... fiend th
mouth of the big poi'ki't before t front. Haig's forces advanced northwest top this, "nnmlnl'l.r..l rourmon .irto. have pad.:
men und' material. The first reports ,. reaUaetheaar. pine chir.wi you mar
Germans fan extricate themselves i show that th.mericanll took 700( ) | of St. Quentin, while French forces Inn that await:you by trudui* tho K raa war.

,,1 from the perilous position they are Ini | the of the battle made progress south of the same
prisoners in first
stages Your
I A Remarkable Waist Send for
r as a result of the suddenness. of theY and had suffered remarkably small city. Mangin'a; army simultaneous Bargain

blow and' the element of surprise it : truck a new blow at the German salient I. O1OO4-V.ry.ttroctl". end errfcwiWn.wijjtof fancr FREE Copy
casualties.AMEKK'ANS. ... .
Strips Silk Mixture matoriul fabrie tnat .11 always r*
carried with it. I ____ north of SoUsong. Wherever theallied toll It* rich aptx-iranc-n nnl irlva remarkably Inntwcar.MaUa TO-DAY
i Although the advance of the Americans troops attacked the German line Ian very t, 'luuiiu'-.o Yari: tciland model with roll MAl ORDER
Y : : ttEL: SAUF.NTAMI : co'ilurthat fern down the! front Neat
was swift and, sure and !gains in moved back. deep! rovers
, :" TAKK 1.1,300 PKISONKKS:< : turn-back cuits and cloatla wl atband. Front trimmed) STORES
excess of four miles on the southern The formal plea of Emperor Charlesto with pretty pearl but onA waist that II alwayltyluh.
.r side of the battle "1'..,,' were made, the Count Not:" (.ompl..Il"d-Larll'e Numberof the belligerents for n "confidential yet""cooonUeall7 priced. Com.. Ca ekes

cavalry far outstripped the tanks and :Machine (;un" and Cannon Taken! und non-binding discussion on the bas.IC. ; 84 WUUM to 41 bunt 1. Shipplnu meajur. gh6.s! .. '$1e9 AUGUSTA. CAe

. .
I'rico, each . .
foot men IInll was last reported operating SATURDAY-The American first principles for the conclusion of
ft I
along the railroad near Viuneul- army has carried out the initial tusk p. ace" cornea na the first sensational

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DAYS, Beginning Saturday, One Dollar War Saving Stamp Given 'Vithl

;j_ Sept. 14, 1918. Seven O'clock Sharp Each $25.00 Purchase During This Sale I

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SAM ROSENBERG, Proprietor, Starke, Fla.

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This is the biggest sacrificing sale I have ever given in Bradford County. You

must get together and help the Government. Do it now. Don't wait

and don't be late. The Post Office is right next door to my store. I will help j

you to get started in buying War Savings Stamps. A general stock of Ten l

Thousand Dollars worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Children's

Ready-to-Wear, latest style at a sacrifice sale. Must raise Five Thousand Dollars r

during this Thirty Days. wII (\i ;
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A few of the prices mentioned below ,. j ,

>00 pairs Men's Union OverallsSale ".rJf n yardof'' Percales, Uleaching HomespunSale :C', :Trunk' and 150 Suitcases; $2 to $15 I; value: Match I pack f ,
Price nu$1.8.,) Price: ____n______________ .17 up :sale; Price J .1.1! uf> Sale I Price: : .. . .. (o I;
1.000Jen'R: Work Shirts: ;r;00 Boys: Pants: ."''in Ladies Silk Waists: and \Dresses) Maxwell House- /and \\Vlwti-r: High; (;irado; t
:Sale" Price ___n__________________ ..!? Sale Price ___e---------------------19 up !"Ii to $1 value. Sale Price -------I.: .i up COlrl'; :Sale Price _. _-_-. ___ ..-):)
.00( Suits Balbriggan Underwear 100 Ladies: Coats: value $15 to $25; 100 Lmlil'iSldrts (:teen (CofTVo( prr pound
Sale Price per garment _uuu .15: Sale Price ______--____--_--_--$1.95): up Sale I'rice ------ ___n_ ._ _.. .- _$1.1! Sale Price _n. '.--___ ___ __ .17 ,
Fleece Lined and Ribbed Underwear 200 Children's Coats!, ages :3 to 6 years J'H' ) Ladies Waists, $1 to $2 Values (flacon per pound
Sale Price per suit _______________$2.18 Sale Price __huuuu$1.9 tip Sale Price ______u.nuuu .1:; up Sale; ; Price -------__------_ .;>.->
S18 and $20 Men's Suits I 1,500; yards" Apron Ginghams; and Dressgoods! I Mu)( Crepe de Chine and Silk Waists Lahlj, per prtf/ml' '
Sale Price ____-________-____u$8.9:) Up Sale Price UUhuu_ .2:1up: ;$5!i to $10 value. Sale ('rice------2.95!>; up Sale i'rict- --- ,2l'iCJrits '
.";'>1- :Men's Mohair[ Suits, all colors I 500 pairs: Men's Work Shoes' $3, $1, $.- values lot Sale) Pillow ('ages___:__and__ __Sheets_____________ : and AIal.. per---pound--------------- :=
Sale Price -----------------------L)5( Sale Price ____________________$_,19! up .19 up I Sale t Price .w)
1,000 I f pairs Ladies( and I Children's I Sloes ----------------------- ,
$,9.00 Hoy's Blue Serge Suits 200 pairs Dress Shoes low and highSale _____________ Molasses:; ll'l'lllItlfl I Oats, sack
Sale Price --______--__-__-$2.98 to $6.91 Price ____________-_____-_$2.95 up ."uo Sale' Corsets: Price: : $1 to $5; value uu .98! up Sale! Price:( ______ -____per_u___ ._..$3.15: 1; up
1.000Jen's Pants ;3,000 pairs Ladies, Men's and Children's! Hose Sale Price ._ ___ __________ .59 Salt, per sack
Sale Price _______________________$Ld9!) 20c to 50c; value Sale (Price -___ .13 up (;JUOCKIJV- DKI'AKT.MKNT n up Sale Price ____un_ .. . .$1.25( : ,
;500 Men's Hats $3; and $1 Values 1.000en's.[ Ladies] and Boys' Sweaters Sugar, per pound, during this :sale Self Rising Flour, 21 pound/ sack J ,
Sale Price ____________________ .95 up Values: $1 to $10. Sale Price ____ .95 up Silo Price - -. .. .. .. -----____ .rm!> Sale Price _ ._____nn ._ ...$1.7: i
:3,000 Flannel 100 Ladies Sport Coat 'I'irnatoes., can'u Outing during
New yards Price COc. Sale Price------! up Sale Price ______________ .__$2.95!) up ;gale; Price per____________ -____nn_ .12 Six for ._'______________ _-:. -__ .__ .2;) d


1 Cadillac Truck $200.00 1 Buick Four Truck: $275.00

1 1916 Ford Touring Car 235.00 1 Maxwell 225.00 t


Come in to see me during this Thirty Day Sacrifice Sale. Help me and I

will help you. Let's get together and help the Boys who are fighting for us

and Liberty at the Front. Now is the time. ,,l






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-church' at Brooker Sunday. hand; her many friends are praying for Do you know that the I

Bradford County Telegraph Miss Ellen Lynn and :Miss Marie her speedy? recovery GERMAN EMPERORhas : I

---- --- -. :Malphurs attended church at Brooker I :Mrs. J. D. Randall returned from given orders for the seizure and ABLE MEN ARE WANTED\ BY

Published; Weekly, and entered aa sec- Sunday. Tallahassee Saturday, bringing two suppression of the

find clans. matter at the pout-office/ at Little Virgie Newsom visited his I friends with her, remaining until Monday \ NEW YORK HERALD:

Starke Florida. grandparents here Saturday. morning, leaving with her friendsfor because the herald" 1 is 100 per cent ; Y. M. C. A. FOR RUSSIA

Mr. C. :M. Andreu was in Kaiford Jacksonville to attend a two-days' American ? Are you with the Heral I

convention on United War Work. or the Kaiser ?
K. S. MATTIIKVVS, Editor and Owner.J. Monday
Editor. Mrs.. Mary :Moore is visiting her Rev. Alfred Evenden left for Jack

C. Hlno.iSO.O.late brother, C. M. Andreu, this week. sonville ;Monday afternoon to attend REGISTRATION; NOTICE "pro t tr
the great war lecture delivered in ;Morocco I II Notice In hereby given that the milntrutio i 4'.v
Mr. Lee Green, of Lake Butler? was 3
nooks of Bradford county are now uHn) In tlrvcral I I
SEPTEMBER 191uwTwiw I visitor at the home of Mr.\ C.1.: ? Temple by Gypsy Smith the i election. pnrincu of the rounty f. '{ ..x'I t't
1918 the .I.'r.'I..n of elcctnrn.. Said book wi I Il
from London and the battle
I Andreu Sunday. I evangelist l> climt'd on Saturday October Ii. 11IIS. IIfullowfntr .
: rvi= ea ia sar I i'. II. Newsom was visitor to the front. Rev. Evendvn returned to .been deputy retrfMrntion oiricera, lint I
appointed anil all peraon .nUlIo.d0 rci.
r3T4T5 16 I C.1.: Andreu home Saturday Lawtey Tuesday afternoon. iHtratton may rejcfoter by calling))) on them : .

Mrs. C. :M. Andreu is on the sick ;Mrs Van Dyke, of East Lawtey, re- No.N... 2 1.. I..w..yI.ou Lake lIull.- -A.fl. C.Hill Strickland. VA'

81910111121314i' list this week. veiced a visit from her sister who has No. 8. I'akvtlno D. I'earce.No. .
4. Providence. C. William
Miss Eva Edwards has been? sick for been traveling through Florida. Both No. r, Hnioker. A. A. Hazen.

1516171819 2121I the past week? but is improving expect to leave for their homes in Cincinnati No. 5. StarkJ.. ... Kickllter. ,+
No.7. Hampton A. Kutch.
Ohio, in a few days.A No. a. R ifnr SAPP revival of ten days duration was No. II, Worthinitton-. '1'. Tavlor.
2 2324 X526 28 No. 10. New Je,....- J. E. Adklnil. {
I started at the Lawtey Baptist church No. II. Graham -C. II. Robert.
20. N. T. Ritch, last with No. 12. Theremin I'. Kinit.IVnumfl .
Sapp, Sept. president night, a Baptist preacherfrom who reiriMtervd prior to the primary 1'r 4 v :ax ,
of the Bradford County Bank, Lake Butler in charge. Everybody :; election In June will not be required' I to rvir

in Friday. invited.A Inter attain. r
._ 1I11II.\o.i.----1 was Sapp C. A. KNIGHT.
; :Mrs William Sapp is now staying new Edison has been purchased Superviiuir of Keirlntratiun Kraiironl .. -'"
County. ll-2u-2t
with her son, J. P. Sapp. by Mr. Enoch Griflla and he has a tine a a5 ,
highland, Sept. 20.-:Mrs. 1-:. Carter :Mr. :M. Goethe, of Goethe's Mill, was selection of records, furnishing music PVIILIC NOTICE: ..

returned from Starke Saturday, where in Sapp Saturday afternoon. I to his family and friends. Notice i In hereby irlven that the Town Council ", ,aa"w rti. '

she has been under medical treatment Miss Herons Sapp and grandmother : You can help save a soldier boy's of the town of Starko. flittlnir ati a board) tt'
of equalization, made the
1 for the past two weeks. Mis.! W. Sapp were in Starke Fri- life if you will carefully save all the In the aHtieHment 'if rt al nnd following personal changes prnuerly. American Y. M. C. A. Worker Teach Returned Russian Soldl... u..
:Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and :Miss Wini day on business.L. fruit pits from your table and deposi, The .council. will be In ftemilon on Tuesday Trades tu|
. October "'h. lit T .10 o'clock p. m., to
fred Wimberly were shopping in Jack J. Wynn, Bradford county tick them in the Life Saver's Barrel at the hear. complaint. If any there be, why .uchchanicefl

sonville Monday. eradication agent, was congerring with shoe shop of Mr. W. II. Burt. The J. K. Canova hall not Personal BtandiF. from With the Government at Washington prepared to lend economic cad
$500 to 750.
philanthropic to Russia the National War
Quite a number of Highland people Mr. Sapp in reference to a dipping vat government wants a collection of all L. A. Diivln.--SUj A in NW corner of Northeaxtquarter support Council 1tll.:
I of Southeast quarter., .being 3H4 Y. M. C. A. In actively recruiting! to reinforce the Red Triangle Work
fl visited Maxville Saturday and Sunday. Friday stones or pits from all fruits. Theyare ft N and S and 3110 ft E and W-From already manning huts over there. Agricultural experts physical!
them Misses Thelma and Lake Sunday at the homeof in $1000 to $15011. Jirec.
Among W. the
were, spent used making of gas masks,
Griffin A JnhnuLot 7 blk 9 original town-- tors and regular Y. M. C. A. secretaries as well as other men fnmllUr 1ItJt:
Leona Crime, Evelyn Blackburn, Mar Mr. Jeff Starling near Manning. I being manufactured in such a way as From $250 to $500. welfare work In communities are being sought.A .

tha Wilkinson, Messrs. Wesley and Henry Goethe was in Sapp Satur be be used as a filter, enabling the W N.. B.II. "ar..II'.nalFrom Hull-I'.onal--.rom $3500$500 to to$3180.$10110. further consideration of a definite policy toward Russia has larvM

It Andrew Wilkinson and Gadson Griffin. day. soldier to get fresh air when surrounded A. O. J..nkln.lka 37 88 Livlnimton Truby virtually as a "go-ahead" order to the association. The Y M. C. A., ttroiuli

Mr. Robert Griffis and a soldier Misses Rachel and Leila Wilkinsonwere by poisonous gas fumes. S. R.A Jnhna-Personal-From Co'. aub--from $300 to$1000 500. to KOO.. all uncertainties of the past few months, has kept 100 of Its secretaries IB

friend from Camp Johnston, visited in Sapp on business Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Sari Wooten is expected home T.Miss N.Kate Kendrick-Personal--From $150 to $200. Russia. These men have been kept busy day and night In un effort to

the former's parents west of here Saturday Martin Taylor, a prominent far. from her visit to her husband at Columbia $1000 LlvlnunUmPeraonnl $:.100 to build up the morale of the citizens and soldiers of the unfortunate oo g.

rf} and Sunday. Mr. Crime ex mer of Bradford county, was a callerone S. C., this week. Her father, W. N.Davis Munlaugh--Lot.A . 1 2 8 7 10 blk 2 In try. The secretaries today are la all parts of Russia.
: Truby add From $1250 to
!, pests to leave for overseas duty soon. day last week. :Mr. Enoch Crime, went to Jacksonville $1500. In the dark days of Russia the American secretaries "aluod by" ill

I Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Engebretson, of Sunday was a quiet day for auto'4.Not :Monday expecting to meet her. r.n. J.G. Pnl.o.II-Lot Mason-Personal 3 of--blk Prom 1 Matthews$1000 to $1500.add- over that country to serve the people In every way possible. Thoimndi

c Jacksonville motored out Saturday a one moved here. Mrs. Brown left Sunday afternoonfor From $750 to. $101)0. invalid prisoners were taken care of as they returned from Qerman Moit
I. Quigley Lumber. A Supply Co.-.Lot 2 blk 27 all the men broken In health.
were They died almost without
. night end spent Sunday with relatives. Fifty-eight men registered at Goethe's Orangeburg, S. C., where she had original town--Frum $1000 to $750. exception,
i Among the traveling men visiting mill on the 12th. Mr. Ruth been called to the bedside of her father Q.I"I..y Lumber. A Supply CoPernonalFrom with curses against Germany. But greater even than their hatred wan then
tftOlin to $41fiO. wonder that their countrymen could hare made
' our burg last week were, :Mr. Chas. was appointed deputy registration officer who is seriously ill. W. T. Weeks -All blk 2 and lour 3 4 5 0 7 H "peace" with such an

\ Thornton, :\4r. George, Robinson and to save time in going to Macclenny The fish at Kingsley lake are hereby \0 13.10 Livinimtnn.II 12 and N'" lot. 2 and 11 of blk enemy.

f Mr. Jack Briggs all of Jacksonville. by the hunds. notified to be on their guard for the Sww:: to :18110.: Truby A: Co' add-From "The Y. M. C. A. leaders In Russia said Dr. W. W. Alexander, dlro

' :Mrs L. A. :Marr of Bronson is I sating Trading Co.- Penonul From $ 750 to tor of tile War Personnel Board of the Southeastern Department National
I' Goethe's mill is full of government next few? days if they don't want to get '2250. '
I Var'ol'k Council "have never doubted the essential soundness .if .
'iT: spending a few? days with relatives orders? and can hardly keep up by reason ? J.caught. Mr. A. A. Smith was seen? ? O-SO-St. (C. A. FUTril.Town Clerk. Russian people. Despite all difficulties and Inevitable losses and discouragements

hore. of the scarcity of hands. { with rod and reel and determined step I the Y. M. C. A. has remained In Russia seeking to serve ml

1 W. M. Wimberly, of Jacksonville, Cotton pickers? are busy but the crop heading for that vicinity. :NOTICE OF APPLICATION! FOR TAX I>EFI!) watching for a better day. The day Is now evidently coming.:"
y several with relatives here t'IIHlt: SK( TION H OK CHAPTER ..
spent days is short.J. .s.
reported? Through the kindness of the residents LAWS OF FLORIDA Fifteen new secretaries with ability to contribute some conatructlt

this! week.? L. Hosier was u business visitor of Lawtey who have been saving Hereby notice in wi\en that Louis II. Hill, element to the Russian life of the future are being searched for throughout
I :Mr. K.: Carter wns a business visitor here? this week. their magazines? for the soldiers and urcluiHfr of tax Male certificates numbered. re- the Southeastern:: Department Some agriculturists are wanted, inns

I to Starke Wednesday. with the help of the Epworth League, (pertivrly'ollf-ctor for 15. Hrnilfonl 17. 1K and. County.50 imiued Florida by the, eachif Tax business men, but the call comes stronger for men skilled In rural Y :M:

.-- LAWTEYLawtey ; who paid the transportation charges? Hniil certilltiate' Icing dated the 4th duvf C. A. and Community work. All are to go with the purpose of heljlnj
KISIM; NOTES. > September A. I>. him.' him filed the saidertiflcaten Russia help herself.
f fIf two cases were shipped to Camp John- In my office and has made applieaion -
? Si-pt. 20.-:Miss Florence ston last week? weighing 305; pound. for tax deed to IMO".. in accordance with
:Mr. and :Mrs. M. 1) C. is nw. The Maid rfrtittCRt >H roHperllvely. embrace.
Rising, Sept. :'JO.- Williams, Washington, n .
This the .. ,
was second shipment nail oth- the following lanilH in Bradford County Klorda. -
M. and children visited Mr. :Mrs.A.. :M. VanDyke : Woman Furthest Front
$ Crosby guest of her ers will follow. Please help? the soldiers I seMed ,at the dale of the iHsunnce of
iueh certificates
and :Mrs. B. K.: Newnom In the names respectively.
;, Sunday.Mrs. i.i East Lawtey. by sending? your old magazines'/ hereinafter. particularly. del forth to>wit: ---

J. J. Rowe and children, of ;Mrs. O. n. Smith, of M.i-un, Ga., is to Hurt's shoe chop.Registration : 11.Certificate 12 In Woodlawn.No.. 43 embraces Sc'C.. It. Lots Tp. 5 5., S.6, II.K. 10.22 (Uy Delayed Cable from Chateau Thierry Front With American Fore.
Middlcburg, was the guest of :Mrs. A. few day* in Lawtey fit the? in Franca.)-Mrs. Clara Simmons
spending a : Day in Lawtey K. Ho aero* atweMHed I'nknown.. Grnfron Mass., woman Y M. "c A. -t,rk-
T.. Jackson and ;Mrs :M. :SI,4Jrohby the home of :Mr. u..11rs.. : W. F. Godwin.: and Certllicale' No. 17.".embraces Lot 21 I in Wood- er furthest front placidly runs canteen while shells drop In .I.iinan) (
Registration day all that it lawn Src. HI. Tp. > S. 1 K. 22 K.,. 10 acre, nnKixxed -
past few days :Mrs. Smith is a cousin of Mrs. God- stood for Itiilry-Hamby Co. field. Makes hot chocolate and, distributes cookies to mom i. MJ\ i ,> utlon.
was patriotically recognizedby Certificate No. 'Iri ,'mb'n... Lot 2B in Woo.l- :Military policeman killed by shell her hut. ,
A. L. Jackson and near Hu-n.nd \.111 T.
Y family accompanied win. the people? of Luwtey? and the !Covernor't lawn. S.'.. I IB, Tp. II, S. It. 22 E.. 10 I ncren, a.- M. C. A forces In
$1 by their g'UI'"tsIrs.: J. J, Rowe :Mrs. Susan TVslo visited relativesin I KeMMfd Katherine .'. Taylor.Certificate Vladivostok Russia
request, to close! all business No. All embraces Loin 42 and nn
and children, attended church at Hard Jacksonville last week. was implicity obeyed? by all the business In W."II"wn.oI..c.. 17. Ti.| 5. 8. H. 22 K.: 211 l _.-
Shell lust Sunday.Rev I Rev R. O.) Wright was transacting I HCIIufhrHHed, Halo y Hainby Cn.I' .
houses. .. .
nt aid certificate! Hhnll be redeemed lier -
I' M. Iligjrs of Starko, passed business in Jacksonville: Saturday., I The work of registering done S hair In I..",. tar .IS*vi. will mttuc thereon. onthe -- - --
was of > ".
Illh day October. A. I lvVitnettn \
e through this section Sunday. Mr.: and ;Mrs. Roscoe Sapp came over in the ollicc of :Mr. Louis II. Hill, who. \ my otriclal.* signature and Heal thii

t Mr. and Mr\ ... A Jackson' of Jacksonville I from Jacksonville and spent several donated the use of his office for that I I 1Mb day of September. A W.II,T.MM,WEEKS. You Can Shake Hands With Yoursel

1. attended the funeral of the days with relatives? in and near Lnw- I purpose and he was ably assisted by 9-1:11.: (!SE.M.l< Clerk Cireull! Court...

I' former's grandfather Thursday, returning tey. :Messrs.? R. R. Thede, W. E. Torode, W. I Unhappy In Friendship j I IlI'n you have a good KIIV' I Ii, .
home from
Sunday. :Miss Kula Sapp came over
f F. Godwin J. T. :Moore and other all
Johnsonland at the Many people, expert t too smell from i iUielr l6 "moo' policy in one hand. Shak' >
J. (0;. family have moved Jacksonville laid spent Sunday of whom did creditable work. 175: men I
friends. themselvesbe
:M and :Mrs They may ) 'v the in. The w -
'r letharjfy
" s'o back to Starke. home of her parents, .* 1..1 came to register and most of themcame NO thoroughly( Kfiiiilno and sincere you ore

Martin Mersey! und family and 1 C. P.Jlersey L. Sapp. in the early part of the day. The that they expect, all tliclr friends to be I would never think of allowing the-1 1 1perionul

and family of the Swift Creek 111'V.. R. Strickland and family, of office was kept open, however, till !0 the same, and \\ I..-" they discover? 'j property? to be uninsured If
, ,.section attended church at Hard Shell Starke, spent Sunday in Lawtey at the idols
p.m., according to orders. A com- little fun Us In their they feel the II you have been so foolish hitherto,
t : : Saturday and Sunday. home of :Mr. nail Mrs. G. W. Stokes. mittee of attractive young ladies served tllsapiuilatment most) acutely. Do not I aV
:Mr. and Mr :M. L. Loadholtz were pitch standard too high then wake up now and get (intersted for
your you;
A. of I
t !. Mrs. J. Stafford Sapp, attended light lunch and ice cream and cake
Jacksonville last are less likely to haw Idol shat- | interests. We insure
visitors to one day your your own can
church and visited her parents, on tables spread outside the store of
tered. Try to remember that friends? I
I Mr. and Mrs. A. I<. Jackson during the week W. E. Torode, being well patronized.This your house und contents for a small
S week-end.' ;Mrs. Jesse Reddish spent Sunday in committee represented the school will never disappoint us If we observe premium. You will hardly feel UK
rules I
simple : (1) to tlnd oul L
I of ,
section he home
the Wateroak nt .J
Death of Ifufin K. Jackson and the proceeds are to go toward the what they are ; (2) to expect? them to paying of it, yet it affords you a
her mother Mrs. J. J. Clark. _
i !Mr. Rufus B. Jackson, who has been fund being raised for the purchase of be Just: that. permanent protection against lire.
visitor to Jacksonville
J. E. Brown was a
making has home for the past nine equipment for playing basket ball.

years with his son, A. J. Jackson, passed recently. Death of Lois Norman Cheer Up.

away last Wednesday night at 11 Mrs. Joe Starling has returned to Lois Norman, a little girl of ten Don't spend your time mopping up JOS. E. WILSON

o'clock. Mr. Jackson was well knownin Jacksonville, after spending a week or years, the daughter of :Mr. and Mrs tho sunbeams with n moody face, asa
two with relatives! here. blotter absorbs Ink. Don't stick
Samuel Norman
who reside
this section as "Grandpa. along
:Masters J. C. Thomas and Everett around as solemnly us nn owl. Crude
j\ Me was confined to his bed for the I railroad south of Lawtey, passed away
Loadholtz were in Starke Saturday.Mrs. a smile If It breaks your heart and I Idoo't STARKE FLORIDA
i past three months and bore his sufferings nt 2 o'clock! Sunday morning, after an crabbed 1 and
be so cross crusty.
; (). L. Thomas and little! son, J. I
, very patiently until the end came I Int illness of eight weeks. Typhoid fever 1C you are wedded to worry smiles? will

\ Mr. Jackson: was born in South Carolina C., were guests Saturday nnd Sunday I wes given us the cause of death. There get you n divorce. Cheer up, you cur- I : ..
tnt home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone -
October? Ill! 18U2: being at his hue been? considerable sickness in the mud.;eun, cheer? up 1

'. death 0.;; years 10 months and 22 days nt Urooker.Mr. I Norman family recently and much

,l' of ngi .\t his request some time ago : anti Mrs. Brooks Starling, ofJacksonville I sympathy is felt? for them at this time. -

ho was carried to Swift Creek cemetery spent Sunday with relatives The body was interred tn the Lawtey !

and laid to rent. by the side of in Lawtey. l'pml'teryIond"y: morning, the funeral '

his mother. Mrs.\ Ih'ttil''uters and :Misses Eva; and Ruby Byrd, of Jacksonville services being conducted by the Rev. j

two daughters, Mrs. 1 Rachel Tison and spent Sunday lit the home of Alfred Evenden, pastor of Grace :M. E. i w When Your Pockei'Is

Mrs. Lou Porsyth and other relatives their parents Mr.\ and :Mrs. J. C. Byrd l'hur'h.11': Geo. f'utch.ry kindly'assisted '

c met the body at the t cemetery. Friday evening, Sept. UTth the Rt'v'l ? the family in taking charge of !
:Mecca Marie Vnrn< will speak '
lie leaves to mourn his loss, one sister vy the general arrangements for the fu-
Where in She is of
Lawtey. one
:Mrs. B..ttie'lItI.I''', of Guilford neral.
finest speakers the traveling stalT
and two sons, A. J. and John Jackson. on ----
of the W. C. T. U., and her lecture has asa rsmaaiermaaa Your BankYour
Me has seventy grandchildren and n ,
number of great grandchildren been reported as thrilling, patriotic .
I and pathetic. It will be a temperanceand ) Q STARKE 9
BRADFORD( war message combined and as
:Mrs. Varney is the wife of a chaplainin *

j Bradford Sept.JO..-Mr. T. n. Edwards the U. S. array and the mother of r,'> 3Ieeta:F. & !A. M. Bradford every second Lodge and No. .** money doesn't last long. It just slips awaya

and family attended church at Lieutenant Varrey, n flyer in Italy fourth Monday nights. litttle at a time until there is nothing left and

Brookcr Saturday. she speaks from a full heart and withan ...
then wonder where it
went.It .
SIr Sumner Andreu and sister, Miss earnest! personal interest in the I. O. O. F., May Lodge No. 10. you

Blanche, attended church at Brooker winning; of the war. Admission will :Meets every Tuesday night. *

j Friday night. III' | be free n.n'l I the house should! be filledto is. safe wh>a it is deposited in
overflowing.Mrs. :M. W. of A., Starke Camp. *
!\ C. M. Andreu and daughter, ;
rtj Mrs. C. II. Newsom, Mrs. E.: E. Baxter : I'earl Jones was brought to her :Meets every first and third Wednesday this bank, and is here when you

and :Mr. Graham of Worthington mother's home in Lawtey Saturday .* nights. need it. Don't you think that

were business visitors to Lawtey Sat quite seriously ill. After a consultation would be the better
W. O. W., All Friends Camp way?
urday. the physicians declared the case *
f No. nR.I..ets! every second and
Miss Blanche Andreu was the afternoon ; to be appendicitis'! and an operation fourth Friday nights. *

''1 guest of :Misses Eva and Ruby wa ndvl nl l Mrs: ( Jones was taken to *

d Edwards Saturday. Jacksonvi1'Sunday. afternoon and *< Union Chapel Camp No. 5.1B, BANK OF STARKEState

Miss Cecil Raborn visited friends at placed 'n 'he Rogers sanitarium in meet every first. and third Friday .ere

i Starke last week. Riverside. Word was received f Monday nights at Union Dispel. J. A. Ellington m

fj Mr. Mabry Hurt-oil and Miss Eva' afterno" the operation had been **+ Clark. R. Nr I. !? nrke. *. County and City Depository I IIJ

Edwards attended church at Brooker success1 .1! the patient was doing ceo ..
''qlti"oth"r" "" "oH'nlly
ns we" 'i i ",Id be expected. The STARKE FLA.
Sunday.Mr. .
invited tn .nttcnr 4hrw "" .tinl!'*.
S"f>bcr Edwards and sister Miss : sympntr" 'f the community is with 4k 0 p .)j jli

Ruby, end Geneva Harrell attended ; :Mrs Jf' .' d l her family at this time ,. 5..F 5..c .4. ? T 4. ,to... .e A ar1 =
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The funeral services of 1'. O. Mar-

key, who died here :Monday morning.
Bits of LocalInformation were held yesterday afternoon fron LIFTED OUT OF

t the inn | rtnking i parlors of B. :M. Uoetat

11r "' o'clock, Hev. L. Irving Insley ofli. I

I \ tinting, and the following men actec" HER CHAIR I

ns pallbearers: W. .... I'Vrmnn, W. P'.

I\ C.r.l./ Omr fm.l ..f T tubers, J. \Morgan: J. II. Jones, Boi

",,, M .... c..v.rotI T._ Wyatt and l W. N. Uarnbort. The boll' "PEOPLE SAY I AM THE PICTURE IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN y "

was shipped last night to Lake Butler I '
} .. T-A his old home, where. interment will Ill'j OF HEALTH." SAYS

I made borne time today.rumps Tribune I 'I
Davis is spending several Mrs. Angie Sternberg has returnedto MRS. CORBETT-GAINED
Starke with relatives. Florida after spending, several Sept. ISth.AMENDMENT. I FALL-AND WINTER 4 Ej t.
weeks at Clayton Ga. She is spending
Miss Deloras Kelly, of Madison, is I a few days with her dauJt'htl'r.11'; : ... LAC."In .

isiting her aunt Mrs. A. S. Crews. Ralph Barbour, in Jacksonville, before public
To the
I :
coming home. I just the little while I have been
Under the new rule the dealers arepermitted HATS
Miss, Josie Hoffman of Jacksonville taking TII 11 1m' I have gained sixteen
to sell at one time t\\'o
l.s, visiting her aunt, Mrs J. R. Davis. :Mrs Susan Voorhces, of Jackson weeks'! supply of sugar to familes a "residing pounds, and people toll mo 1 am just i
ville, was in Starke last week, having the picture of health" said :Mrs. T. ('.
Fresh garden seed at the Cash and come to attend the funeral of Mrs in town and one month's rural supply Corliitt, romiliiiK at t'! Ponders avenue,
in the
to families residing
arry Store. Annie :M. Jones. While here Mrs. Voor- Atlanta] la.? sume tine ngo. YOU ARE THE LOSERKNIGHT'S
districts, on the basis of two poundsper
--- -- rites was a guest at the home of Mr. "I was so run down and weak from
Mrs, J. E. WHs n spent Thursday in and :Mrs. G. C. Livingston.One capita per month. eight years of suffering with stomachtrouble I
Mrs. S. T. As heretofore required the dealer
Gainesville with sister
that I had ,
must record of each sale of sugar hardly nny moro
keep a
\.11 of the largest displays of millinery I strength, than a (baby Everything: I
l showing, the date the quantity, the
ever shown in Starke. Knight'sMillinery. ate Boomed to poison stomach, und MILLINERYStarke
N. T. Ritch and Lacy Wynn name of the purchaser and the number my jf&
Messrs.( Call and inspect the line. I I pus would l form until it would swell me ,
business visitors to Sapp station of members in his family.In
it ere und hours of 1
up me npony.
Mrs. Mecca Marie Varney, field I lecturer no case shall a dealer sell any t
Friday had to be lifted out of my chair whenI
for the Woman's Christian Temperance sugar for canning or preserving except Florida
sat down to rest, and couldn't have 4 ''f
Thf colored minstrel at the carnivalill Union will be in Starke on the upon regular sugar certificates. .
climbed flight of stairs if life depended
be great.( Don't fail to hear thenning 2th!) of September. Mrs. Varney will These certificates may be obtained of my
upon on. I spent lots of money -
f the latest songs. speak at the Methodist church in the me by the customer as heretofore, and l
on medicines.., but couldn't Kt any
morning and the Baptist church in the the merchant can use such certificatesin
Just received a car of kiln dried evening. Public cordially invited to replacing the sugar sold upon them relief.
Jsalt. Young Trading Co. attend.In J. E. FUTC1I, "As a last resort I took Tanlao, andit
County Food Administrator for Bradford proved to be just the thing I need r

Mrs D. E. Knight went up to Jack the Telegraph last week it was County.UNVEILING. ed. It's just remarkable how last I

onville Tuesday and will remain there stated that Mr. E. E. Canova and fam- improved after I began using it. I

ur several days.Dr. ily made a trip on the previous Sundayby I OF MONUMENTOn : have a splendid appetite now and it

automobile to Camp Johnston. Thin serins that everything I cat agree ,
and Mrs. A. J. Johnson and Mr was an errror. The trip was made on I Sunday, October 13th, the 'local, with me and build me up for I have r.

R.t H. Weaver, of Raiford, were visi- Saturday. Along with other Starke lodge; Woodmen; of the World will un- increased sixteen pounds in weight

jtorj to Starke Tuesday. automobile owners, Mr. Canova is "eil n monument ts: Sovereign Joseph and dm n well woman again. I haven't

strictly observing the request for the The monument will be placedat u sign of my old 1 troubles nny more, When You Come to Jacksonville '
George White left Tuesday for Suth- saving of gasoline.Dr. the, grave of Sovereign Jones in I'anal my strength has come back to me
Irluui. where he will complete a busi- Prevutt eeint'tfty. The services will in full force, and I can do most anything i

io "nurse at Southern College. Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic take place at :II I o'clock p. n.CAltNlt'AL 1 want to." I ,
-- : I SEE 105t nte elt!
for sale only by :Mitchell's Drug Store. -t'" -w-v--/ ** Tnnlfir is i said in Stnrke by C. P. (Canon r ,
Filt line of fresh garden seed. Cash :'; JAPANKSK: BOOTH
Price 30c. tad, by one druggist, in every town Store In
end tarry in Uradford ,'ounty.-Adv. 1
dcMontmollen: of Jaclc- Mr. A. 11. Green" and family and :Mr.M. The Japanese booth wil be presidedover -----. ijI
A. B.
\I I \ 454'V. H.iy St. Thru the lalxk'to 46.\\ I-o"tIi I
ra? came, down Monday to spend T. hitch and family attended the by :Mrs I I'1.: Johns, asistcdy O11I E"oi::" IIYAL JllnEIl'
Miss: Inez Anderson und the Camp Fire
nth his sister :Mrs. J. U. Davit Primitive Baptist yearly meeting at ; '
Hrilbronn Springs last Sunday In order Girls. This booth will have for sale Owen I'yal' a well known young Everything in Books

i to conserve gasoline the party all kinds of pretty Japanese' articles Starker man residing, temporarily in I

II. C. Richard left Sunday af- I! made the trip in a1 wagon drawn by and it will lie well worth your time to Jacksonville, happened to n serious accident Fiction Books Agriculture and other pursuit! by M1

Itcn n fur Baltimore, being aeeompaIn two mules Sheriff Epperson and :Mr. visit this artistic tent. last :Monday, when he fell from 1 authors! Toy Books,. Reference<< Travel He.

'i,> her son. Sergeant Frank B. N. D. Wainwright also attended this -- the second story vernnda of the hotel! ,

11.I in. I meeting, but they did not make the RICH HAUL (OF HONEY where ho was stopping. He 1 leaned I Commercial and f

trip in an automobile. against the railing and it gave way ''I Fancy Stationery
alIt., O. Daniel and son, Russell I J-llitoI'Tel/.tI'lIph; / : Please. allow m" reusing him to full to the ground. Herauirht fI.t.1'I

ii-j -.11./ ruling, several days in Starke :Mrs. A. II. Freeman, has returned l space in the Telegraph] tell the I on his feet, but his entire i FineVt.dJing and Society Engraving made in our own

[with, her parl'nts.11': and :Mrs. Wni.ldu. home after spending several months wonderful, htory which happened in weight wns thrown on one of his legs, elusive plant. Ask to see !samples.'
"II." with her husband Captain Albert II. this county near the old Swift Creek causing a fracture of the. ankle. II" e

Freeman, and, her sons Captain II. E. church, or, as I might, have said, :Mt. I I sustained,! other. very painful bruises.lie and Athletic GoodsA '

''mettnves;, nnd ranges just ar- Frecmnn') and Lieutenant Edwin: Free- Zion Come few days ago n man who wn !brought to Stnrke Tuesday midis Toys

r Starke: Hardware Co. .1 man, who are serving, in widely separated " was wandering through the woodshappened now tit the home of his father, A. the round. for all
I, somehow, to look nndlo Toy Shop open year Supplies"/ your
- cantonments. She was accompanied up G. Dyal) ', where he will probably" lie,
Murdaugh: have ,( home by her dllu.thter.Irs./ : L. und behold!, he found that the little I Ih0l1l'Y [confined, to his bed for some time. vorite !sports and pa lirne ,

i .1 I\-.onville,, for the present, A. Yates, of Tallahassee, who will bees were very busy going in I The Ti'legniph lust week contained.
M has work at Camp and out at a small hole in a pine tree,
Murdaugh spend some time here. IEKMOS A in all
} II notice of the murriage of :Mr. Myal) BOTTLES .necessity season:
'. some SO or 10( feet from the ground. Afew I
to :Mi-s I.orcnn Alvarez.; TIt accident f
days later he and some of hill' FLASH I LIGI ITS Useful everywhere and safe .
See the Young Trading Companythe Monday, is a sail feature of their Imn- << <<
M n d :Mr. R. A. Weeks and little farmers' fri"l1d-for prices on all friends went out to cut the tree down
W T r., are in Jacksonville with groceries. and to enjoy a feast of wild honey. eymoon. .-- PICTURES, Picture Framing, Artists Good.

I Mi W-i'ks' parents :Mr. and :Mrs. T. This was done with some degree, of :NOTICK: TO I'AKMKKSWe : : Practical GIFTS for all occasions: *

B HVath.V' I'rofessor Thos. J. Poppell who left anxiety, for enjoying, a feast of this

: Starke a few weeks ago for Roswell, kind, in the woods anal yet with some wish to (five notice to rice grow- KODAKS, Photo Finishing of the teller sort

can save you money on everything New :Mexico, has been assigned to duty lingering feeling that told them the rrs that our charge for cleaning rice

t you buy. Young Trading Co. : as an instructor in the New Mexico: little bees' might try to protect their I this season will be li quarts of toll pert Mail inquiries receive prompt attention t

:Military Institute with the rank and hive when thrown upon the ground. ushel t or 40 cents per bushel if paid in
:Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Strickland, of pay of a captain in the army. The However, they took courage and felted I ash.

[ Guilford were guests Sunday at the school is entirely under the supervision the tree and ran to the little hole in (j. W. WAINWKIfillT:: I It.
I home of Mr. and Mrs E. :M. Coleman and control of the War Department the pine tree with sufficient moss to Hcilbronn Springs. ?

[ near Starke. I and will be used as a training atop the bees from coming out. They A. M. HLANCHAKD, I ; IHi+H. . . . . . +#if+++#++++++.i++i+++ t
school. The present term is to be ten built a fire from which they expectedto I Lawtey.
Mrs Ella Kate Stuck left last Fri. I until next July. :Mr. make smoke sufficient to cause +
months! running a i W.'A. DUBOSE, I
day for Washington, D. C., where she I Poppell writes that he is pleased with the bees on the outside not to comenear It. Starke. 'I

has secured a position in the office of his new location and work. and that the ones inside might

the Sergeant General the War Department flee when an opening. was made by the I

Five of Starke young people left axe of the intruders. All worked well I CLASSIFIED \ More Farm Machinery Rusts I

during the week to enter college. Gus and the men began to chop in to the j
The : II
line of hats at
Beasley and Allen Cnnova go; to the thin shell which had for many years I
Call andinspect .. .. .
l'r the season's best. -
> are -- -- ---- --- -- -
I Georgia School of Technology" at Atlanta protected their hive. With buckets' -
the line. KOI)-AI.r'-ne! :: ; ) pair of mules rchonpSii'
:Miss Marie Livingston went to and pan. ready the men men filled I the Starke Ilnrdwurr Co.i Out Than Is Worn
Brenau at Gainesville Ga., Telfair them brimming full and heaped, to tho
Don't fail to attend the Red Cross G i., to, the Carnival and lo your hitty i ik'
Long went to Georgia, :Military Institute top. The reporter on this! occasion did, mnt
Carnival on September 27th. Go to t.iliinj II hhdt lit the kni-i-r. IVrfinp !i
Wilbur Scott has entered the not teal, how many times they had to !
the Japanese booth and see the many he- the noted, individual
I University of Florida, and Pitt Tom- send back to the houses in the neighborhood I! you may
dainty' articles for sale who all pirrci his heart.
linson! is at Emory College" Oxford for vessels. that hey might .
I Ga. J. F. Kickliter Jr., who had intended able to take nil the honey to their '1.1! ---- ------ 1 Dees not that conclusively prove that suitable
Senator; A. Z. Adkins and family are ''f'Ol: SAI.K-ftmGpu 'Konjf<'i- Ford
I Tech was detained
to go to Georgia ernl homes, but to give the people nn
'xpertod home tomorrow from Ilenderom'ille on account of his father's illness idea as to how much real honey there .j I tifirini,; car. New top! nwly painted f for your imrlements would be a good in :

pending' , N.several C., where weeks.they have been but expects to leave in u few was in this tree, a passerby said that I I, sell:and'hrnp in first for class cash. condition.K.: B.I; ('-110'Will a.Ktiirkc. i RIGHT NOW ? Your farm tools cost money i
solid sealed
I 27 feet of honey
_______ ____ I days. there therein.was PASSEUBY.HAITIST -'i-tf! : :: days, a lot of good hard earned money, and to lea :
'(;'tt salt now, it is very -- -- - -' 1
as -
your Chill and Fever .
-' nee Young Trading Co. I for Dr.salt Powell's only by Mitchell's Drug Store. ---- CHI'RCIIThat -- r'Olt S.U.K:-21 head J of good l mules; i them in all kinds of weather to deteriorate is i
I f!. C.
anal harness
5 lumber carts '
Price SOc. 823tf. :t not good business! management. If you want them i
Mr and Mrs. J. :\Mitchell: and was a nice service Sunday Sweat Starke. I:
little Lucile returned' home -.-- ----- ------ I last third longer, give them a good scat of :
daughter, ( .\lW OF THANKSWe morning at the First Rapt: -t church< In one
WANTED-Good man to work on pecan +
Saturday after spending several weeksat desire to express our sincere honor of the soldier boys. Th" service
farm not afraid, to climb trei-s. : then come in and let us figure out not how much, :
Asheville, Waynesville and other thanks: to the many friends who so 'flag already contained nineteen stars
Points in North Carolina. kindly assisted us during the illness with more to follow. Col. J. C. Pop- II. I.. Stevenson. !-20-tf HOW LITTLE a good shed. will cost you. f: i s sk

and death of our mother, Mrs SarahE. pell called! the role and made brief FR( SALE-35 head rationing hogs :

Miss Sara E. Sweat of Inverness, ThoJmas!' and wt especially thank mention of each. from 1 to a! years' old. J. I. Underhill I tt

Spent Wednesday in Starke with' her Dr. Maines. We also thank our friendsfor Col. J. E. Futch spoke of "The Relation Route 2, Starko. !-li-tr.. :
father Mr. T. W. Sweat on her return the beautiful floral offerings.: of the Church to Our Soldier :

home from attending the War Collegeat (Signed) O. W. Thomas, CynthiaLangford Boys. Mrs. Law spoke of "The Relation IIOfSK: ; FOR SALE- -tR' [ -KXCIIANfJK: k OUIGLEY( LUMBER & SUPPLY I '

the Womans' College Tallahassee. Minnie Chancey Otis Thomas of the Soldier Boys to the ."i room bungalow, corner lot. (

Nora Shaw Essie Nettles, George; Church." :Mrs. Laura Scott spoke of Church and Nauna jrtn-et. Will sP1I,1 I

Mew line crockery just arrived at Mallory, Rance and Brady Thomas. "Our Duty to Our Soldier Boys." rash or terms or exchange; for auto Fr r Headquarters For Building Material '

the Starke Hardware Co. The speaking was good, the music mobile. J. M. utioHe.. Starke. !P.13-2t.
:NOTICE TO VETERANSThe sweet, audience representative and it --

L'iJay Alderman, of Lake Butler was a good service in every way. FOlt SALE-Klondike strawberry f I

has accepted a position with L. C. regular meeting of J. J. Dickinson There will be regular services next plants, $2.50 per 1,000. J. S. Orinor.

Powell a* bookkeeper. Mr. Alderman ,, Camp No. 1617 U. C. V., will he Sunday morning and evening to which Jr.. Brooklyn, Fla. 9-6-4t. +++4++++++++++.+..*-**.+. ++++++++++++++++++++t I

boarding house on N. Walnut street. at 10 o'clock a. m. All veterans are W. G. LAW, FOH acre farm 18 acrei i'' ---
urged to be present. The election of Pastor under cultivation, in the Wateroaknection. i.-TKKED: Male hog for K.HVIC' SALE-Kifty-flvo nere,

Mrs. Amanda Jones, one of Starke' officers and other business will come J. M. Norman, Lawtpy.Fla. fI. (lull. land; good buildings and ;
venerablewomen, Is a thorough pa before the camp. FISH F R SALEI 8-30-tf. home, wagon. buggy, plows,
triot. During the War Savings" Stamp W. T. WEEKS will have salt and fresh water fish 1)1|: SALE-Florida grown Heed rye.! and fodder, at a bargain. I O (
drive last week she invested the wholeof Captain Commander.S. for sale every Saturday at the rear of FOR SALE 50,000 Klondyke straw. n'lyone, in need of seed< rye Booth lung Hr'dsre. See. me at
'. write T. C. Dixon Lee. Fla. It!" Thomas, Lake Butler [ !
her savings In the stamps that ar F. MORGAN W. G. Brook ctore Starke. Prices berry plants, $2.50 per 1,000. J. .
to help win the war. Secretary. cheap. J. E. Norman Bennett Lake Butter, Fla. g.'Of't 9-13-Gt.! : Ilox 17J.: :'-.{

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I'm:1.i I F Bradford County Farmers II News Notes Of The County ''I

-I : .I, . . . . . . < ;Iui, l"iy to the 'hoy-' short aa"-.'" in ..u.. : .i. I l 110\\ I.I-'f: ITKMSt : i- \i-iting/ relatives here. :Mr. J. E. Phillip.-.,-, --- ----

" i ,f 4 .. :"i'-> n-tilture" at the {t'mvi-Mity, r in l >eember. MIION any .'I"'J! .1'' ." ,H|11| '01'! .'I[ lll.ttgbLwnU ::: .Misr.U.! S. ( '1"11,1"11, and Will visitors to liar/ '.'t'ni .- ""

'}; t" rorvn .SCCN'1ItIPIt'fS: ::; / :; : ( .: < , :No; greater us-Ut i !1'rur' ,touldbe in. ,1"1.1aqi ) 1'1' vhll.\ t": jn iioio: | t Howling, Sept Jo.I : :Mr. N. T. I'ow- Jones o were visitors to Starke Satur- Cirumlmu Cobli uill

> If> .. 1I.llI'd, III) \111111II1I1U11111'1.... 111I11 I 1'1'1'! "I H |11'11. of Jacksonville, and :Miss Curniej day. this week: for L.irkim- ';

.. r a'rs. .. .. . . . . ; Club ConU-M IliitvHThe .aJ.t .JaN\ol daaf! edlsH.Irs. j Ih'itlCprll.lrK.: :Mary Coleman and :Messrs.' G;. :M. Ilennctt and Lien HallI make her future hum,

I :M audio Wiggins visited. at the home of returned Sunday, to Jacksonville to resume ter. Mrs W. J. Stafford "
i I Ijoyi cl'iH, c"it'! " '' UeSo'o r."irt-establishment; : :M'H-h interest of fenced will ho held I at Callahan onSeptember . Klein Korommends ( ha rub. rlain's 1:1'H.. J. Thomas Saturday after their employment at Camp John- :Miss :Maggie;/ Stnkl\ ,red
: shown in the Liniment noon. ston. her It
to home
I at StariMdays
:li"! The Haker: county contest
d cattle ranches "I keep a bottle of Chamberlain's :Mr. und :Mrs. Lester Dobbs visited :Miss Florence Hull has been on the visit here with frn rJ
t will be held at Mncclenny: on September -
r Liniment in the house at all times, and their grandparents near Kaifurd. Sun- sick list. We failed to have .
f The of the livestock round- !: 28. Pates on which the contests I 'pn' t >
i M program have it for, It will relieveihciinmtic day. School is . '
\\1' I ofKloriJa will u-"d year- progressing nicely a Baptist church again > [
t : to he held at the University will be held in other counties
up :Mrs. C'hrtatinia Gordon and daughter "
puin- quaker than anything full attendance. An assistant teacher Sunday.
Gainesville, Sept 2 i.27, \illI' be announced later.
I \or 11".'<1. I have also reconinicndotl i l lIt lieulah, and Miss Ada Roberts will be needed. :Mr. Ben Hall rpturm.i. .

, j sl! chuck full of Jl'oolthingK.; .-- in my neighbor.and finer. !U who were the /guests of :Mrs Linnio Dobbs) :Mr. Arthur Bennett left Sunday for villa Sunday where he, ,i- ,

' FlnI'UII: ; :; : NOTICEAbout : ha.i ,.iJ i :MiN 1.1. *. I'Saturday and Sunday. Jacksonville where he
.: Giulsden County-Much interest i ifchown 1'1 i it ucveKsfully. 't( expects to secure Camp Johnston

'I, ::1 in the planting; of a small acreage December 1st Senator Ti.i'i., :.; :M. Klein. Chillicothe. MXd'' I I' :Mr. Frank Jones was the guest of employment.Mr. The farmers of thi- .

f i ; of wheat County Agent Smith be- melt will have for free distribution,, )In -- :MiViola Thomas Wednesday after- : D. W. :Moore WIIa business visitor about through gatheringXo

I, I I' lieves that thorn will )he about\ 200 allotment of government garden -, d! noon.Mr. to Starke Wednesday. party last W"i\

r I acres planted to the ('roIhls) season.Suwminue lie is at present preparing the 1.1, of . Johnnie Jones and :Miss Annie :Mrs. A. L. Sullivan was a visitor toHampton them rest for a while.I'Ilcs i

II __ names of those to whom th -i. (n! \ \in win-' quietly married Wednea- Thursday.Mr. --- ---- -
I Castor hr-nns .!a\ : S. IL! Woodard of Jacksonville, --' -
I f'ounty- : aret will he mailed. Those ,d> showing up well. Sugar sane and l j>otntot8 have their names placed upon tin' m >' Mr" ii'id, :Mrs. Frank Dobbs and baby' spent Saturday and Sunday here with DruUdlsM rrfund money if PAZO HA, Days

: j doing well. "'armt'rwho! kept ing list list will address). Sonnt. I' i 'j.Tramm *. .mil 'II -. f t'e r Dobbs were the guests his family. 10 cur Itchlnit: Blind. fU> 'Inntnntlv rrhevra
j . .,. Itching Plli-- ,
M! ? .
i I t their hogs on a rotation of pastures: (>Washington, II. C. I I'"hb.' family Sunday. :'orI'8rs.'ill1lnt Brown and Ben Sas- restful sleep after the ujjfiv.-j >:\.
to sell few pork- .1'r U .' II'. \a Thomas and Clara ,
a .
I have already begun ---- ser went to Jacksonville Thursday to
Do") > wen'. guests. of :Mis! Kdna: Dowl- The Five-Pointed, ,
I I; ere STAC'K/ I'KAM'TS: ; / I'ltOI'KIU.YI.ii't secure employment at Camp Johnston. .
"nu .r'd Mi--[ Ida Browning Sunday The ancient Gnvi, ,
:Mrs' R. Sullivan of ,
Hampton spenta
i I Walton ('ount "--:Sumo of the farm- week the extension ,' ?, li. II ..1 :.Mr-. II. J. Thomas and lit- few \pointed star as a sym < '
I days with relatives in
business still fulfils this: ancient '
C'i'i'il made
s around DcFuniuk have purchaseda I".n." a trip
r era wus fax fired with a visit l h y .M'V! our burg twill
'.1 An effort I .iki Hutlprfonlay.: find it imprinted '" ) ,
ro-operatively. ,
picker of the !bureau of plant industry, whi. I IsJlt.nt II n
I I is: being made to organize a swine came to the state to emphasize th I II! \ II. .1. ThumaIInli! daughter, :Mr. Cleveland :Manning, of Stark", of Chamberlain's Talili! < )t,

'i ,' growers association, but results urc importance of the proper stacking "of V.ola.. 'leturned" home Sunday afternoon Saturday afternoon and Sunday ,: lets have restored hundu a

i showing up) slowly. Several demonstrations*- from the Kast: Coast log) camps hero with relatives while on his way to i who were afflicted w th OI
I peanuts. |
I where Hev. Thomas delivered two sermons iJtipont, where he will be employed for :, biliousness or constipate !
--- given in Alachua and adjoining coup Ei'EI3to' i fl
: a while. a trial when in need of, ,.
'4 Osceotu County-Growers arc buoy ties :\Ir.'e..t emphasized the urnportance ?
---.- -. : his brother pine and certau, ,, '
kl 3; Spraying citrus. Several acres of peppers of making the stack.1ran Everybody and ore employed you are 'u aped
JACKSONVIuLflAM1L CLAY HILL ITKMS:: at the with the reli',
I ,t ,. and eggplants !being: worked. Cut proof. lie also attached a great deal -hipyard.and Camp prompt [tff
\ tie and hogs in line shape. of importance to placing the peanut.- Johnston these days. afford.
Clay Hill Sept 20.-:Mr. llardee,
I Baker County-There has been somehon close to the polo and to shaking/ oft all OLDEST
r t but ESTABLISH Padgett wan shopping in Highland on -
cholera in the county recently sand. Unless these precautions! are

I"v l .t; the loss has not been bad., It is hoped taken, peanuts will mold and if the sU'D ftOl/S I Saturday afternoon. were,
IN Mr. Henry Carter and mother
11.i( the cholera has been, checked. Many weather continues moist, the nuts, as s5Q'o FLORIDA
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hcssie
hogs inoculated well us the hay, will be useless. Due JlN.IMUIkea IN.ragrtr .
? i I rstl ure Adams, of Hideout, during the past Hardware
f( to the scarcity of labor, no found a I I week. Special
,-( Putnam County-Special efforts are tendency on the part of the farmers
a ART1N 5D Mr. E. II, Carter was the visitors
[, throughout the to among II
.rl' being given county rush through with their work and not II I
to Middleburg Friday.Mr. .
I the planting of fall crops and gardens. take the care that should be exercised I

.\', Also to the saving of hay and forage with this money crop. I Highland. L.! E. Starling was visiting in I All lines of business require Hardware specially adapted to thru
Farmers in the eastern section Well Saturday.
;;. k crops. The feeding value of peanut hay Keeps Hogs 1
Mr. Mrs S.
and J. Starling spent
I of the county are making preparationsfor
but !fit needs.We
compares favorably with alfalfa, Dr. Wilton'I Remedy Cchlnor
next year's crop. A numhpr of is allowed to become ruined \by the remove and prevent worms, of Sunday with their daughter, !Mrs. E. had this in mind when selecting our stock. We carry al
hogs have been vaccinated, the simultaneous all the kind Which afflict hog. I1h Carter, and family.,
weather it is as worthless as any otherspoiled It tone* up. keep In food condl.Von. supplies needed by
treatment being given hastens fattening and eaves j I Mr. S. J. Starling/ and W. A. and\
t \i hay. It wall pay for the hay : te.d. In liquid form all voluble Horace[ Starling, accompanied by Rev, THE FARMER
alone to Black the peanuts in the proper given In water. every hog strong (
Alarhua County--Farmers are busy i er weak get its char. J. L. Strickland, were visitors to THE MILL MAN THE CARPENTERTHE
r gathering corn which in most instances way. i I $Satisfaction Guaranteed |I (ireen Cove Springs :Monday.Mr. .

J t is making! a satisfactory yield I.r. The bureau of plant industry in cooperation I .ucc.fjsetl.. for by practical years with hog-uniform rauer,. I : and Mrs. Dennis :Moselcy! were BLACKSMITH: THE ELECTRICIANAnd

Soma of the farmers have turned their with the experiment division : .old under money-back guarnnt. I shopping in Highland Saturday mornIIIit' other linesIt
is placing specialist in peanut of .atUfactlon. Auk your druggist many special
/ a .
hogs in on the peanuts and beggar-' wl'1send
}; for It. If ha cnn't w.
r. .I weed, which will mean early hogs for stacking/ to work with county agents gallon Booklet:I IJPIl1'fra*. ; 13 00. I i Mr, and :airs II. B. Hudson were makes no difference. as to what your business is, if you need

1 market Cotton marketing conditionsvery during the harvesting/ tu-nson. Thosewho \Tll.oa Remedy Co.Oall; Point iie |! business visitors to Jacksonville Sat- HARDWARE, we have it.
need I his services<< ( should) see the urda '.
'J unsatisfactory, and unless something )

r,j can br- done soon, most of thee county agent immediately. I I :Mr. G. E Wilkinson, Jr., was visit--:

t farmers will dispose of their cotton at 'it 'n Green cove Springs during the JONES HARDWARE

1, u very low agars/ The Farmer and His Food. past week. ,

r: Good food, well conked' makes better 0.okFor :Miss Carrie Starling/ spent the week- I Starke Fla. I

/ I Dado County-Farmers have produced men ami women. The farmer end the guest of her aunt, :Mrs C. :M. ,

/y n largo part of the hay and corn phould have the .best thing there Is 1 goIng Hudson, of Jacksonville, returning/ to
eglaaisstsasuW 4 _
1 used in the county this year. In spite i on his table ; also lie J general) +ha ub l ,, ww.u.a so uea ao.. her home Saturday. '

of the war, farmers arc inventing/ in does. Mr. C. E. Wilkinson, of Jacksonville !

t farm machinery heavily. Several newt pent a few days with his parents, 1\11' : ,
i tractors were bought recently, all of -..--M ...n.w -aC and Mrs. G. E. Wilkinson.Mr. .

s the best makes. A car of registered, : Curtis Starling passed through 'McCall Patterns

i, Jersey cows and, a car of grade, heifers' .$w TrT the Clay Hill section Saturday\ afternoon y
have been purchased by dairymen of .

"1 the county :Mr. Hi, nry :Moseley was attending/ YOU can be patnoti..
.io .. to liusincH.1-! in Highland Saturday.Mi z the use of matt
': '
t. !' !> > !> '!' : Bryant Carter ,
spent Saturday
f l .in Lawtey.Mr .. rial and still dress in per
''t' :; NOTKS" : 1.110\1 (rum! HOYS *, I I i
t .. : Horace Starling was visiting/ i in t L feet taste and best n!

( I :Manville afternoon.Mr. .
<0, ,a.y. TF 'a . > '> ,I) 1> ? AI B. Sunday D. Carter attended, church at hj11' j91 style If, when you makt I

I Purchase I'im'hrcdt! This 1 Fall Maxville: Sunday. ( t ? a new garment, you use

i' County agents/ are advised by the i I Mr. S. J. Starling spent Sunday at iij Ii a McCall Pattern, you I
.j State Hoys' Club Agent to place a few the home of Mr. and Mrs Waltefiriflls. f I
be absolutely certain
hundred more pure bred pigs among/ of Black Creek. II'
';1 the club boys. \\0 have a fine furrow I :Mr B. C. Carter was visiting/ i in I i y hl that the style will I

of fall pigs coining/ on and the boys Highland Saturday.i I z I II be correct, the fit perfect
I who are members of the corn and pea i : Horace Carter, of :Maxville, wa 1 I

nut clubs have plenty of feed. IJ LL.MJ5U I visiting his brother, Mr. E. II. Carter, %.r I I' j / and that it Cannot ,

r of Black Creek during the week. be made with
Harvesting und :Measuring Crops I' \ properly
{ Miss Alice Prescott, of Jacksonvillepent .t
The club buys throughout the :State:: [3] lesss material.
have been given definite instructions 1 LL rLJ 4 Saturday and Sunday with rela I

regarding/ harvesting and measuringtheir I ticesand friends in this section.
I .
corn and peanut crops preparatory ffiDC5DDUpon : :Mrs Hattie Moseloy was visitingher PL7y; McCall Patterns I

to ho fall contexts. Harvesting parents last Tuesday, :Mr. and :Mrs f" rat y / I

is already in 1 progress and yields are K H Carter of Black Creek. for Sepleml-er !

looming/ up well. America de :Mr Ellis Starling was visiting! his Its, Dr.a p1 noW on sale I II

Selecting Exhibit: volvesthesacreddutyof grandparents\ Sunday. afternoon 151" Drag I
This is the proper time for each boy --- -- I
4 keeping alight the TIIEKESSA: : ITEMS
to select his exhibit for the county con

h.f tests. Each corn club boy selects. 10 torch of Liberty and A .M. DARBY Starke Fla.
A :
I Sept. 20.- very impressive -
oars of corn and each peanut boy selects ,
upholding justice and
occurred here after-
10 ,'inesI ith peanuts on them, scene Sunday

and one peck of picked peanuts. democracy throughout noon when Rev. John :Maundy of -
Hampton led two of Theressa's
Minx Hankers t'lar..hil'liIIl'dJ.'e \ the young/ -----
world. Let ladies, :Misses Julia Heibergcr and --
:\ : linker of Suwannoe county I

won the $JOO! )I! scholarship tu the College us not falter or count Eloise Oweley, into the waters and JOHN. B.
baptized them in the name of the STETSON UNIVERSITY
of Agriculture, which is donated the for
cost, in the Father, Son and Holy Ghost The
the I'Inrnlaliankt'rs .
annually to club boys by :
Association. The scholarship freedom of the world Christian people intend starting; a revival ll.UOLN Hl'UEY, Ph. D..lllt. D., L L. D., President
meeting in the future
is awarded competitive exaim lies near andit DeLand
nation given the boys who attend tlv our only safety ia hoped that there will be many Florida

s annual thort course. Milledge Baker'sgrade and the preservationof more brought to Christ. I Send now for a catalogTHE
:Mrs G. M. Bennett has been sufferIng I
last year at the short c..ur8.1" our American liberties with on abscess on her right hand.Mr GRADUATE DEPARTMENT-Deare,, ot1,1: <<1' of ArU and Sclonci-
t1 '. 7.5 per cent, being only a fraction of I THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR
: Ben Hall of MEN-Twenty"n. department'
one percent higher than several other and institutions. Jacksonville spent THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOIENWom.n: d..n. .....par.t.tori. .
't boys. a few days of last week here with ..
homefolks. THE COLLEGE OF W-Graduatetl
practice In Florida '
Fine Corn 'i.It i without
1 :Mr. and :Mrs. W. :M. Brown spent THE COLLEGE OF ElGINEERING-CO"! .n Enirlnrarin. leading. to dean'

Henry :McEIret-n of Levy ,county hasharvested Let Us InvestTo :Saturday and Sunday at Stark, guests THE THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Especially for Florid teacher..
t his and had COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking.! .
corn measured Book-keeping. Shorthand Typ '
: :Mrs.
Mr. and Dave Manning, THE ACADE\IY-I.repa.:
a 0 up according to the rules of the the Limit in :Mr. and :MrE.. A. Gaines left Sat- THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC!for all ARTS high-grade-For boy.Coll.-gn.and .
work. SS l bushels, young m.n.
club His yield was
'i.rday' afternoon for Tampa where they \fL', pip. organ violin, voice h.rmon" chow "
_t l produced at a cost of M! cents a bushel THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS.SPEC'lAL .
Liberty BondsThis 1\\ dl make their home for A while.
$2.'M5: acre If the corn is valued ATTENTION IS
or per Mr. CALLED TO
: and :Mrs. II. E. Brown and son, 1. The
bushel made\ Preliminary Course In Agriculture-Botany. and Ir
at $1.1)0 a Harry a Biology Organic
Cecil, were visitors to the county metropolis la Chemistry, qualitative and quantitative
of :;; his Who analyal., Agricultural' Chi-m
i net profit $10H.ron acre.
Saturday afternoon. Mineralogy' Geology' 4..
'; woud not encourage production of this Space Paid For and :Messrs. Itlanton Owsley and Henry 2. The Pre-Mudlcal Courae.-Phy.iology' ', Biology. Anatomy. Bacteriology Hilt '

.' kind. Contributed By Woodard, of Jacksonville, came home Zoology Botany General Chemiitry, Inorganla Chemistry Orte( Ch.i"'
Marion: County Hoys Rejoicing! try Qualitative and Quantitative Chemistry Ph.I...
Wednesday l I .
night to register Thurs Th. Coune for Religion. Worker-In '
The :Marion County Fair has Biblical Literature. Hiatory. Engluh' "
I The day. II ehology. Pedagogy Cthlea, Logfo'' and Thelam..Mm .
: $li3!: to te used in sending' 1 II Bradford County Telegraph I :Miss Annie King:, of White Springs, '
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= fiillKvtlnit. Innde" in Bradford county. KlorliUnl eohmilfiirrnilrnpcl'ntiIjc% Il t':
" EPORT OF THE SCHOOL FUNDS OF I I BIG-SOULED MEN (OFFINS CASKETSAnd n ,,1>., .. lit the ilHte of the Innunlice of mid poses and wine fur. nrrnmentnl mechanical i purion| M :pur the '
[ "','rttllcitti'K in I the name pcctl"'ly herein sale of which alroh, l and wine fr tl I,,, ur.
a full line of ufli I 'r itHrticiilnrly *el forth to-wlt : ,lit,..-. orn..nhl. .10,1 he ivtiuliilcil' hy law

Cirtlllcitte No. tat) nnlirncni the Went Hull, 1.1)," .""'.'..lure shall .n.oi :.-
I I NEEDED IN Y.M.C.A. Undertakers' Supplies "f N"r'h".rh'r' of NorlhweM Quarter .b. for tin rnforcimvnt of the pmtl.u ,
BRADFORD COUNTYPERIOD sic ::i. '1',. It. S It 2_ K 20 acre. ammmlIt of thin article.rWtlan j1
I \lItO lobil.. lleiiroe.Always I.. Mickey, S. Thin) article .h.1 N"> In ,> effect 1:,*
-- --- No .... the flrnt dav .
tutiflrnti liln 'mhr. 1 A In N\V on of ." I) I Ull! !
for Ove....* Work With Red Triangle) on hand. The heat ser corner of W.,., 1..1 I of Niirttmnil Ullnrlei nlNml Tin. votes east III rompllanri') willi! hnld rro.I .

ENDING\ JUNE 30 1918. Forces 500 Recruit. Asked For vice at the lowest prices. Special! 1 hi,, .. .... of ll\ itu'.. 8. ')1''p. 7. 8It I I''.'''| itinendminta. t flit the .,""'., divlarn I$
-'-' K.: 1 Acre. n.....'.1 Millie June* I""" Hint rt'ltirna thereof nhnll) he r-tilifictei) $

fol'uwinic' repoft of the receipt* nnil ilinburBoraenU of the School Fund* of Bradford Out Of Southeast During July Attention fo telegraph orders. I ,'rl iIlu'itl". No 1 1117 emliracii. I lot a of I lint tn the enm reinilntlima and n>iitrlcvioiiii, its ; ,'
T'', for tht. period cndmir June 30th 1IUK' with the Imlnncra I and ..mollnt..r wnrrnntu nut. ,. .unu' Ail.I In llnnniton Sec l'i: Tp 7, 8, I 22 ",vld'd by Inw for general rlei'tomi \tn 1 5. ".
", und statement of the ANB..I and LiHbllllli'N, and the of tinulford Embalmer K ........,.l Hnrilet Mailer* ! of Klorldn .
Ion (County.., reported on thi :lulli day or :June, 191$. vb..h..horC..huull".r.y. Public "Puss the word on. and pass it Registered I'nliHH mid rertlflcntm Hhall lie redeemedlicc'ililinir IN FlTI'IY'lmJ. J .
ftruct .
ion and the Superintendent of Fuhllc Instruction I U hereby publlihvd under the i"roof dulckly, that EDO of the most capable I.. law tnv .1.) .. "l* Hill ,..u.. thi rvonnn OF .t i.1
6813 Lawi of Florida, Acta of 1015. I the "III ilny of Ortnhcr. A. I II IIMH ray hnn.l and altlxeil) the : J
Chapter DeWITT C IONESStarke.
n' EKNPsr AMOS.: Comptroller. earneat aud big souled Christian bUIII- Wi,.. in> olTicml" wimliiture nnil nnil I his (SEAL) .rent: Seal of l"ie" n..t o

GENERAL SCHOOL: ElM IlIoSIi man axe needed Immediately out [ Fla. thi Mh ,iluy of September A, D t'MI. 1,1..hl.. at Tnllahixiirc 1 .

balance January 1, 1918 ... ._ t 43647 t W T Y r.tKI. ('aitli us I. thla I the I tm-n-'
." ry ?? ? of Suutheastera Department for
warrant ouutamlinir January 2. 1918 .._-$ 14. 3B.79!) -, -- ,:E I.I Clerk (' ty.flfth iluy nf July, .5. 1>. I
rent .
iriant, ouUtamliliK January I, 11118 ..-.._... 2H.OOll.Ol 4a. 3&,70 overseen work with the Red Triangle llrndf.inl. ..""v. Vlorliltt. ll'tn 1 ',
} R i
Force, according to Dr. W. W. Alexander
,11' January I. 1918 ...._____mnmm______ 43.89L32 /.- 1,1.lil IVnutt." I'h'.k.| Secretary r-f Slate. 4. .1 1 1l
.,1111, for the Six Months ::. director of the War Pergonn! -"

From tax collector taxi and polls .-...-----------... 12,68143 Bureau. Army and Nary Y. M. C. A., SITI K OF AI'IM U'ATII'f'll TAX IIt'1 lIlt 1. TO IJt'tFT TITI R 1I .
Comptroller tax redemption and K. R. tax --------00-- 5.H to.81 ( HTION .1'1.:1: I IN cnuiiir I I ('cit'itr. F' I'I'I
"mJllroll, One mill "school tac 8,44625 for the Southeastern Department The I.A S
Comptroller, interest on school! fund I-u----------------- 1,878'60IHOSft quota of 600 for the department for the COTTONWHILE Si.i"tin. IN hereliv ji.'n) I Y II l.ukrtm. ItRAlu 1
Superintendent source not designated .uiTlui, ... nf Tux (Ciitillrnte No 1, ilnleilIhi ) Hill CIIXN-
---------------------- past month was exceeded by 128 nllstmenu. I I r rotN"IN
I ounty Jud...'. hunting 1I. n.e -.______________ 1.25 4lh ltv of S'pl'niv'r. A. I II II')II. linn C'FIb?.
Porrowed money -.... ..... 15,791 02liO.OI tlli.l l Hind cerlillciiti' In my olTice.' and tutu It. O. .rol.
Clerk wtray cattle .---::-----:::::::::::::: : ) The call now cornea for executive, nlnile. iipt'liCHtion, for tux iheil. I to lutnie In ncmtilnnr Cotnplninnnt.
311.251' 20 HOLDING .. with law Basil certillCHte emhriice) va
of much business experience and specialists Ih,. Tulli'Minii' ) '" properly) .il".1) .inlintIfiiul loriiln l.nnd A Imtnlicrutlnn Co, t'

liflcit I .---- -------.---......___________ .1.i:12 In all lines No man In Amer. ) .."ny.h'.rl., FI.rlh., I..wl) : ct al, \.
:;;;'h--::: tlefeniluntn
; for the Ii.i1I iExpended INSURE WITHJ. S..h nnd Flint: of Soiithueitt
lea I. the 11..1 IInl
fhursfmrnis too big for smallest Y. M.
for Schools : q"Rh'r .n.1 ..' Q"lrh'r. Sic ::1. IiI |1' 1111,1'I. 'I'll (8 FT TITIK. i.
C62, 0. A. "Over There." the fnlllhe' Tn John I* Krrnnnn.: Otto llnnrhe, tieorii
.. teacher* .. S, < BO Job Today M K 21 i K Acre*
------------- ------- ------------ ,
.Ia..b'IId 222,211UK '1'In* "Hid liinil iH'inti nMNCMMed nt the diite of It. I Ihipiv*. TI, 1'.r.l. l.nnd A I IniiniKrntionCunipiinv.
:: -i-------------------------------------- leading men of the nation are volunteering i R Davis & Co. ) CiiriHirnllon. \\ II. Hold :
Repair to ; .73 lit iHHiinnre. of such certitlciite I. the n..m. Mur-
Incidental. schools 14.46 for the work: Bank presidents ,if I* A Andirwon. tlnleHH' until. .. mint M. .li.Ilitinu". ..h.hnle'.n.l.r I ;
r.xpense of Admlnlatr.-ti--un-------------------;;;; college presidents office holders ttlmll lie reilii.nied ncciirilinir t" low. II.rllh'n. .Intnia I I.. .',,. John II. Furl: J. J. . ll I]

Salary of lupcrinumdent ___________...._______.______._ 76000 STARKE FLORIDA Mill,1 I iHmie, tht'reon on t the "'h dny of Oclolur.) XV It inn. Hiimuel C. I.ani'. John ('. Kilie: ('
3 Mil political leaders religious leader.sad .1 I !> MeL." fninrli) I 1. 11. _' a
diem and mlleaxo member, of board 15 A I II mixXNiltii'Hii ". M.'nl. t'r.n. j
Incldi-ntal I "r for board and superintendent :::::::::::::::: 1M2! :81110H75 hundreds of corporation heads .I aiv' olTiclnl Hlnnnltiri. and mill thin Mct.lmi-hi'y., 'I'h."... W 1'11". I'h.rh.) | ,,b.ertn I

................. th.. nth ,iluy i.f SiptemUer. A l fl. HUM Henry I I' 'i'rlnullua V . Klil|>ninu, ]I
interest _:::::::::::::::------------.....:::::::::::::::: 796.73: 11.200.50 are giving all time to the work with -- -- -- -- - W 'I'VrKK: :<4. .1..1.1",,. hoee )rfmiilenrta nre ,'.,'h un. ,f|1 '

--- America's Sons in France. < . t sE.S I 1.1 Clerk Circuit Ciiurl. kn.wn

Leavlnic deficit _____----__________--___________________._ 5': Il8M.It. State recruiting committees IlrM..1 County. rlorulnlly GUnTINf: : I
are ..
. l.ian paidjntttist ____.----___----__--__--________________._____.____ 15.101.00 operating ties.COMPARiSON I A. Mr-Kid.: ,Vim anti .h .r hcnby r.'iilrri) J'
,',' btarinir coupon paid ____u_____________._____.______ 870.00 16.671.00 In the seven Southeastern : : : f.R-M. tlepuly Clerk, "tt Ireuit be and Court appear for tinMichlh hefore: I hut Jtnlirlnl judire nr Circuit tin'. i't: .

9210.1. states. Information aa to the opportunities of Inrlilu, .ui.l for llruilfiir.1 county, lh"til '
._ 31. \
....._ ..
transferred Making from deficit nub-district-Nu. 1 -.-..-_-__..........-... 611:00: and the work can _be secured We INVITE cciYirmrison, both \ In I henhy l''lIl.iC irKen NUTK that KNotlrr sealed) bids will In NHiil ilny (of'." ,I HUH I..w.r I nt a Ihe Itlll('" hut Com.ii.e Jaui: '

31.$71.6H through the state recruiting secretaries as to prior and quality of our ; lie ,..,. bv the Hoard of County CommiHnioners plaint' exhibited) auallmt you Iu aaltl court bv ; !

Net deficit June 80. lain .- a. follows: choice" line of in .",1 for llradfitrd) 1-ln.v at their It. 0, I llennnril, .I
-- --- 4'
rent WIIrrNflt8 oilUtandmir June 311. 11118\ I n'KUlar m'et"InC on the it nut Monday. In Oeto.lier The llrailfnrd County Trli'BrKph. la herebyilculirnnted I
n. warrant* outstandlnB. June 80 1018 .- 2J.OOO.OO 81,015.41Drpueitorl' Chas. M. Norfleet Y. M. C. A., 1I1H.I fur the piirehaHe) of a fourmultItaninit ) aa a newiipaper, in which thin ni 4

balance ?.?..?_...??-?--.?-..-- 1.208.77i Winston.S-lein. N. C. GROCERIESYou ; road Header The Hoard ......rv. the tic* fthnll It* ,publlnlieil) for .lht cimnecilUv Iweeht.
njert any or .
Available Asset Heath Barlow, Y. M. C. A., Colum. nt't-d them. mutt have M. '1. IOWI.INf. WITNESS my hand, anti the ....1 of nll ;6 5.1 i

General School Fund bia. S. C. Chnirmim Hoard County ( ''ra) Itradfunl Ciiurt lit). the 8lnt tiny of July, 11114. .
cash In depository .___________--__--_________________--____ 1. 1I3.71 them. ; i' (SEA: ).) W. T. WEKES.
i, ance llKed taxe. includ.n-current year ..-_.....-.__-.___________._ 1.563.61Specl.1 W. E. Ilearon. Y. M. C. A., Atlanta After comparing our KOOtN and Attest : '. Clerk Circuit) Court lr."orl "; I

T.. 1)1.lrI. OIL W T WEEKS, County) Florid \q 'I,
cash .in denositorieakan --._--_______--_----___________________._ 4341.56 prices Ith others when yo" Clerk 0-6-SI 0. O McCOI.I.tJM.Jucknonvtlle .
i,mice in bond fund --.-....___.._________._ 9,491.78collerU'd O. K. Maple Y. M. C. A., Jackson MaMulicltor I .'
.. cash --
______. 751.lf1 KNOW why we .have no fear
includmir current year -- -- Fla.Truman. fur Complainant. R-2-llt.
taxes yule t
___ ____________ __ ___.._____.._ 523.12 NoTICE OF APPlICATION FOR TAX I1EI \
fund --
bond -- '
'nollected luxe* -- -- -- : H ( : .
L. McGlII. Y. M. C. A., BlrmioKhiim MIKE'S FRUIT S7CRE lT II..1 UK TION "' IIM'THl '

__________._ 17.667..1 AWH OK .' 1111! I. TO (IIIIFr TITlE ,
_ ____ ____ 1.1111.
_ __
.. ,,1..101. uieta ---- --- ------ Ala I. .. ,
"t.1 LIABILITIES ++*+ M. -fH I tH-Mt Ml MMNo Notice) I. heri-by itlven W Millerpurchaser IN ciKcmr coti It I'. F1 IITI ,
Fund Dr. JVatt Ilaina Bilwnrdb Hotel, nf Ta, (Certificate No. 4rt. dateithi' .II'I'KIAI.I CIIK'Ull' I. .J
.eneral .. __ .._ 11.075.46 -- Hilt dur of Jure... A. II. 1011)I. )has ttltl II)A. IN uNit "'0 1111X11.I .
__ .
'..rr,inii, '."utntiindin, far current miunuM -- -- ---. Jucknon. MIHH. I said certificate In my olTieii and has ,mad, Oil IN CHANt 'I
indebtrdnn, exceptt..nds
Unuii. <.uuiti ndinit or other .evidence mon.1borrow.d.of the payment ol I V., M. lIta --"-''. Y. M. C. A.. Nafthvllle Worm!! in a Healthy ChildAll a itzti'ruIuun"' for tax ill.ed to IMSUI In acrorduncillh y.'OIN'Y.

\, Kiven for property or _______._ 22000.00 \ law 3nld certltleatn emhraces the follov It O Ilinnnnl.
which U deferred. ________---_____------- Tenn children troubled with worm) have an unhealthy Inv situated in Coinilninnnl.
SPECIAL: TAX lTRICTS): color which ImHiutefl) poor.blood and, n. II ford I'" d..I.,1"ty. .'I"'I.ln.r"I'rl, . Ir".I. vpiFlorldii t

." 1 iMitatHnillnir' I ; :::::::::: 64.JIO.ItI:( I nil<\ there In more or !l.>., mimim .h illrttiirliiin, ) I 'i mi nn,tire at, NK: 'n'r of Nu rI hwitt (junrl.i I,nml A I Iniiulitrntlon) ('" .
:: ;; .;utnlunilmir _-_::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: CROIX DE GUERRE GIVEN (. 'STASH.1.KSS chill TONIC (liven r.goIurIfor I of Noillii-nst' Quit"riur and .runV' I IHH It.hit "tut).

1I2.lit.2 two or thru. ... i'Itt will I cnrirh- ) tho hlinul. In> nc,' 171: fl to n of t), fiinliiiilii, . I t
_____ __
__ point
_____.______ ____ __ ____ __ 1 .
_ ,
o, .1 -- -- prove thedili".t,!i..n, nnd (lit as u <<,i-iu'rul.Strt nt.lleninft Ii I III ute t r.. fl I. thence H rluhl of way "I Illl.I 'I 1*) 0.1 lItKr Tll'l.ft.To 4
l'itoo'EwrYGenerul .
"ALUE, OF 1'( IIO..L TO Y. M.' C. A. WORKER Tunic> I,I' whole. Hytttem, Niitiirr. wlIlh.I I.: **, A I' railway. thi'nee NW iiliinu .nl.1 I tin* iiiiKnowii Ili'irH, .ilevlHeeM tirnntee*,

.. ________.______.___________nn____________-_ lOV.OliO On throw off or ili"'I n')It)"* worm-<. und. the'lilld) wi" I Iiu It nnht nf MIIV to land of .1 H ('.11,. I In.lie,. nnd clnlmantN) . tbroiiuti I and mull, CIa refine
I ,,l-l , nod... Ml_ _ __ _______ ___ _ _______ _.___ ___ ___ IK.ti'iri; nil _.- - l"rf.II..I'h. l'h''' "I.. liii till -- ______._ r..i..II"k .. ::11 IP r.. H II. an r.: ..nrcH iinknowiiI.KHIINC.' I
__ lire
__ __
__.___ ________ -- ---- --- !
, ---- - his Croix de Guerre from ,
d i "|'IIIMIlUK --- -- 4,3111.00 I Taking 'lii Maid' land lielnunNensed at the tint : r
III I i I .'..: proin-rty' --------------- --------- -----------:------:- : : : his own lirc-nat French army rap' + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + if I llu. '..1.... of mien .'..r"llrulu' I. the nato, Yuii inn) inch of you nre hereby quired'

: : : :: 1 l 1.71'. ii II' + I.I'\L': ; :'r/O'l'leF.S/ 4A .C I Inl"nw. tTiiliss said certllli'iiti') .1"1 In In nnd I nppenl"' iH'f.ire, tilt jinlun nf the 1
k Itu, tain! by orili-rn. of Ills K<'nt>ni], plnnnl : .. .. ,
: I I.. t".1 .p..I.1 tt> law lax .1. '. w.1 I.In'ult Court for I In' I :luhlh) .linllchil, Circuit' I
It on the coat of )Edwin Wy of No 73' + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i -in ,0. it-i'ti on 1st day of Ili'toh.r of 1.,11. in nnd for llriidfonl ...lIlly. on, tho4tli I,

-. -- --.- I I'i I 11114!i I I lull. ill tIm.. CoiirlhoiM' *
'RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF THE West Kluhtv plKhlli xlrm't. New York : nws TAX %4)' \\ltni en my official, .I"ne'"" anti seal tint in Niild .'.... V. to ."..'r n Illll\ of Com ,'
ucconllnn to It rHl>lt>K :am Jutt received .. tin J.lli iliiy of. AIIKIIHI) A II Itil *. ptiiiiii i'\hibliid nitniiiHt you In nid cnurt by
I I .
: I i. \| Ihiii) ('h fnllnwinv, .1.,11".1 Ii.tool \v. T WHKS.: It. II. I Hi'nun rlIhe ,
from overHenn :Mr Ely .It a Y M. C "", l I. -. ,,11 )I... .,.Ill' 111 I'tihllc Atirllon o,iII I'1.,1., 1 Circuit) Court, I liniilforil County Tcli'itrnpli In Imrehyid"

I A. spcrplnr.v of a !Kovor du Sold.itKly ,,. I'livt, M. mint in Ci-liilii.r, 1IHH it li'Inif th"tli .. Cniinlv, l.c..1 l..r.l" ,lii-nntiil nn iiewHpiiiii'r In which) thta nutiro -
DISTRICT dny i'fin..1 I month. lit Inutiy in I II,.. Hy K A. Ul ICKS. Ito ) fur twulvu conniieutlviiM.I
lo dinner
SCHOOL Invlteil l.hl.h.1
SPECIAL TAX was lalir County of It i""ff.cI. I
the Coinitinn'llnc, $ !: Gf'ncor,1.'h"n hrntrrml much, thi'iiif. an will) lu. nrc timnunt dm. f..r 1nx<. herein wet 1 oiiio| ''ll''' Ih. IhlH cuitiutit I title to W tutt'It IH Miilliiht to v
all I the iifllt'ra wtocnl! nt 8111ule "iimitoLi'liti I.. ,i' with the coHtH of such "clv'rll.. NOIII F UK AI'IM" l'ATII' Hill 'rIt.1 I.I i. iiulilid, I,. itKHlllnl.. Ihe nl..". iluft'tldunlM) .

BRADFORD COUNTY.JUNE until he wa' ....I\I..clllt Ihe Hide of tlmrjennrtl "imr and snliClitn : I'MIHU M-l fl' "I II MM I t1 a ri' I'lirticiilaily diMiriheil a. followH, ...wl'
FUNDS Ji'iieritl nimle nnl'I I, ;" lrin IAJ1A.. Otlrt HUbdivlnion of I.A \ li OllllNi.tir \ l.i; of NEtu :nv >, of NK1: ', F.IJ
The ,. IH h., Hint J. M h..w.r. : : :: : t;
lelty Kivin I ; : ;
.:".1 t.awtey _-__ .._ 9 Lnll .Ml.I: of NVV"" Nn"i I of NW'' : .
dress. thnnklnu Klv: lint! lh. Y. :M C. Hosn .InnoH Illfick IH In Fast: I.nwley_ I ill 1 1InckHim purrhliMr of Tax Ci'rtlllcnte I No. I II". datiilthe ."ni. .iu: I ,.f NI" .' I I. '.,Hlr, ft..InrKoiiivllle ,
& 'lioduin, North 2110 fiet nf :.lid) ,day nf Ailitiml. ,, A I). 1111.I hit.. lili',1Hiiid , ,. 1..1.1,.,.
1918 A. for their work In Frrtnoe nnd expret Si.uili, llnnu J.. 1',1: ) lota' I I. a.I .
30, HlnI' 'II I:! Kn.( i.:swt.y H,:I0 ." ,'lno.I' I In my olTii-e nnd him ,uuoteuil'I.liCtl I I.I .-.. mid, 'lor 5% of ) '
.. ... .. - - '-- --'--- ------------ ----- ------ ----_--- _- -_- --_- < rd r"icn t he was not able ('. If 1 KiitliK I flock Till In 1 KnM Law- | | tnv died tn IHHIII' In iiriiirilMtir*., .(mil Illiickn' I 1 II.:) I II.I I 11. iii. IW'.r I ,. ,NWVII!! ,. I
------- I to confer IIn; decoration tv 2,1.0:l lW vilh law Sniil .,'rllh'II') emhriiim thfol ..nI .'I I 1. lor NW, uf SWi.l of H.cllun !iri .
I Ii M 11..In.11I".10, I II I 1.",. :1. 4. r.. low Inl iliHrrihfd)) .. ''I..rly alluated I 11 llrnd-, ,>wi,".hli 0. Mmilh.I Itiiniie J.. Float Hnld .! ,
I : Illiiek J antI Lots I I. 2 Hlocks r..1 t 1 ,"11.I riorlda. lo-vvit : .
Ii. ,
I I I I ---- -- i in ,mil Itloi'liH I lieiitK il curt of I'liinltlllliril' Hubdxlon
= i MII.I.I.K I : ,MI Town ..f LiiHtey 12..3 North, i I.1 ..r I lot 6. Sec 7. Tp, 7. S. K. SOI I of 1-111,1, tlr1 iii JXXIINFHS .

C I 11. I I'm t .. ruell..r "..". ,n'k f.'l i I'I: 10 ... I : my hmil, anti, I Ihe mill of unlit
i i t I ; I I I' i I Iuut)I.,>. nnd Lot n OttM mill 'the Kllid) limit. heiliK" IIHH,..., il 1, nt the. dnti') I','iitt') 1 tlilii, tin- :,i.t dnv 'f Inly.) I'M"' II
:: :e I I i 1 Miller, Sept. :.20.- l')1.. A. Woo.lard <'! i.. un. 'in Hunt: l.nwtey 1 .I": if the I "noiiiiinci of Kiich ii'rllllinl, in i III muni' I SI'W.: I i 'I'I WKKKH: :
i :>- .. C : I I I.. I >ii., Hindi JJ 1':1I.11IIW"'V: 10lroK ut K .1.I Slmw I I'llliKH, 'tilt. t''rt" iletitu' nliillln I"I.t 0 ''url. llrndfordCoiiiity I
;_: .!I .... Ej of J.ikin Ca.; prvitthcd Ins l regular i: K:, Ht'llNKY.MIII.IH rc'd'me'.1, nceordintr law, lax .h') "l wi I Ih.I., I'lorliliio tol

:; .."!'! J! ""I 'i I J ,'I : I -: Hi'rmon ut the r'lct Will Baptist nnd) Collector. Town. of l.imtiy I'In ,I,->,.IUIHVltlliHH.. I II.. '"'.." ,.. HIII Ut ,day' of Oetoher, . I o r'nl.l.tM. .
..- I !I.I\.1.\
j church Siiturilay and Sunday to u very \ ) m>' olficlnl nil'nature and s, nl this, I Fin.sulicifnr .
I i I .. li lii -7th thy nf AIIUUI.I A. I 11 I'llH .
1 II : fur I .mlI" .2.11'
j I ! Ii, III II j largo und uppreciativc uudicnce. IIHUHt KIK I'l ICAIION W. T Wl'EKS.I .

B I, : I I !! I : ;Mrs. W. H. Kenitle is visiting her I In. <<< i urn I I Cotnt ")I"..' of I loriilnriiihlh I SEA II I Clint ('I rciht) (',,"rl. .HindfiinlCoiinlv I Iw "
:, .luiliclnl ('h,',,lt llruilfiird. ( ....IIy., I I' 'liiriilnlly lf.F.

&II ____ 170 30 bister, :Mrs. Marion :';Sulliviin of The- In ('Imnri ryI. II. A. U I,:KKS. Mix months nfu'r dntii In..of I will 1..1
98 II. ____--- 151 1)3) 13 15 GO 00 11 12 00-! 17 211 I.. I, Mutt. (r.impliilnnnl It-lll-rt, I lli.puty Cli'rliMl my vnu.I,,' and llunl' '''"unl In the I Ilno.
11 57" 4 ___ &11 I"* ""II! 5 ren a. \H 'Ii I finrdiner. (', ,
15 411 4M 4th 1 -- - 73 a28U 86 210 97I nub tiro; A. .un'y
61 UBI 26 2R.jJ: 21 16110 00 .. 1211 2\\ 8R. Mr. :M.V. ) and I'jico. ,, i II,.|"|,.! Defendlint I' llradforil. county. nntl auk for my
: 114 11'1n Douglass BOH t'l.rhl"
4$5 -
tfl 79---------- IK P: OK Al'l'l K A THIS' Kill T \X: HH I l
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131 Hlt "R 011 It ill", | urinir) hv affidavit" iiptif'nili'd 'In thrliill It nail illxeharKt* aa ndiiilniHtratoc) of thii .."
313 SI: 112------------ 24" GII))- 60 00---_________- I II 00 1"If 16 5205 7&011 164 97 &ai dl pasht'd through here Sunday. )\ I M''l' in I Ihp above. Hinted ..."..' that Mi MMMult l'II.t1 O.hl'IIhI'4 I.A\H OF K M.t. I \'UII: i' II, of J 'Ii. I Iliillbrook and M. A llulllirmik..di I
fifIA :
lIt! tin* defendant therein nllme..1 In a mmre ,
8 62 O"I '
12M) :\1 II. C. made liusmossi
41 1'3': ) 00 11 50---------- ) r.7 r. I't'eplef n .iili,ni I'iii.. .Slut'., of. I InrMii". mil nit| I Is a Nnllr,' I In hi.n-liy iriven thnt Chrlnlmii .1 I.M..I the at' "".h. IUIHl. II.
00 \I 11M) ---------- 1'1" last weik. f llninHwiek Stat. of. leorirla ,lnireliiiNer uf 1 1.. CerllflcntJ') No Ill). iliitnlllu. fhl 2e"y '
10Q 1014) trip to StarKe one day rtsulitii I over l. v. icnwxurm. 'j.
-- ) (0" 5 ,. lilt "f I<.., .., .... A. II llltfl. himIlleil .
if it IM therefortfonli
117 61\ 55---------------6 11II) the tw..nlYoC1ne' yinm 6-20.6 nun, Admlnialrntnr.NorttF ) '
243------------ M4 00 1:3: 23------------1'1 :Mr. J. I 1)) Cobb, of Lake Butler was 'n'il lint said ,iion-rmlili ,1,.fendiint, In1 I) nnl.l) ) rertilli'nte I In my "iTtet'. unit IIIIHmini.

11 12 10 2.168 III.. ) )-- -- 140 1m.- ---- 00 00) I II I. -,- "I) 10 00 40 in this community recently.Mr. and enmiiliiiiit,1-1 'h,,,..n-liy I llliNl) reiiuirid in sniil tn raiu aniiear'
13 U5 94- II 54) 211 24i----------\ 1111 fil : Carl Brown made a business! the 7th dnv of (Irloher A. I) HUH.' I the follnwInK) di-ncrlli'il pnperty eituiiled in All I iiersons Illdi'hied, in till fatal'I. .r..1' ILWIl.n

8R 11 93: 181 70)) 68 20R\6: : ...ilhir l I.e the alliuatlonii nt >HH..1| hill will lie Itrnilfor.l e.nintv Morldn' ...wlt : BinI I!iiiirn Wilson, late' of Itradfordrnunty
14 15 Butler
13a 61 10 00 182 82 22 21 21)1----------10 00) 167 4:1: trip to Lake Saturday.Mr. tak<.n H4 conTesHeil hy snld ,h.r'nh.nt. VAmt Ifnlf, of Bout hw.'ust t/"..ncr nf North 1"I.rlll. e..I., .' r.'u..e t 10 |iav

151 16 17:1:: _______ -IRS M8 52 ) till and ;Mrs. W. O. Brooks of Providence : It i furthir ordi,red I hot this nnli lie pill)). w..t"r.. Sec 27. 'I 11"i 7. H, II. 22 K.: 20 their said il"his Ii, ni peraona
: .
n Ii Oil- 611 42 6 2RIII huh| 'I l '.nee. a week for five eimneciitivo wieks \frt'tt, hnvlnachums nKiilnHt snld, .,"" n' reiiueat
17 12 "I 1116 III 1'10 ) ) 35------------4'- I 641 attended! church here Sunday. In tin) Hrndrord County 'I'.I.griip.h n news '1 he until, Innd tietnir HflMeMHi'iJ nt the diitn, of .'tl to present them, duly autlu'nlicatd within
1M 14 71)------------ -- fil 37 ao ) ') 7aJII :Mr. II. C. Peoples made a l>usinesatrip 1"[ ""'. imliliHhed, In said. county and stale. Ihe iMHiliinee tf mich eertitlcnte. the, mime line year from this dnto or I they will I.. ftn'I I
814'1 10 : 1111 Itii* Si'iitemlier 4. 101$. .:..r.1... 1..k.r. lnle,M pail ','rtn''e ever h.r..1
.0 ) 4102 lG) 10-------------1- ) I 25------------ lI 72 lit to Worthington Thursday. w.F.. WFIKS. ". '.... to 'Inw, tnx tleedwill 'I 1 Ills Vlli) diiy of AlN".". Him ,
I---------------- 22 7682 l.. 7lh diir of lletolM-r, M WII.SOM,
I nithen the F
: -____--- $1 18HI' \Ii llil% r.1I' :Mr. J. J. liiellinK and family of I IS III', Clerk. Circuit Courtly on on
) 1f410:10: _. H 011.r U A. UfKKK.Ilepiily: ,. A. 11. 101M. Administrator of Fnlnle of J I'; and l.iiurnWilson .
231 !
\ 0:1:
\ I- -- .n olficlnl xlicnnlure nnd unl thliI
.1 11M 10)----------I- llill I"I) r.n ))- 30 1a2541- III iiiN I'nixiilence. visited at the home of :Mr. ( lerk Wln'.n my .. deceased.NOrifK .
A I I.
I In uf Septemlier |10'I
) ) IIF.WS.Ilor .
; \104 ::11101i &I! N"7 ttr.ano\ ) 1 III 001 24H tli) and :Mrs. Kuirene: I Douglass.) A. W T l iiKM;!: ; I I
10 ) 8'1 for Cnmplalniint' "i.A-rt I HHIIIIKS ,
7 1 20r. 7") \ 21.001 .__ ali1 "I .i
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) -- iSHAI.I) Clerk Ireuit) CourtMriniror'l ,
t1i:1411 17))) )
Mr. W. L. made
I*)II 111------------ / : : Oil -- --.. 11,1 Ii Douglass a trip to.Tncksonville - -- -- --- Ciinnlv. All ni'mona Indihti'd lo the of R. i.

!' 13 61.1--------, 137 0.11 4\41): 71111 _ '10 1.1i..1i : I Sunday.Mr NOTICK) : '11' f:1: EthoS: lly 1C A. tfKII.I6.r. : : t'l.rll.. I Ahirnalliy' late of 1.,0..1 enml., e..o..I.)
_"1 1227 811110 11:323: ti1li" -7 4.t1\ .oj .. ,' .,
JO) :; T" > -ilurllT i>f Hriiilfnnl County. nf the .. 'llepuly ClerliNOTIf fir r..uut.', I. pnv .1
145 I \lOd\ .i. '122H 26 16411 : ... II. C. l'plcs"iteel! relativesin '.> ,t.. "f Florliln' :. _____ with ami' all ,i",...."* ,luirini', chum aitainstdulv

LalButl..r Friday. Id, "H known.. Hint f. If Tiny Crawford, Hec.ntHit I .".h'nl..I, ), wiiliio" ymr from this
"f Hint- of t h.' Slate ..r florid,. 'I., the ..II entitle nn. ?"1".1 lo present them,
OF REPORT OF THE :Mr I'arney: Thomas made, a business hti'i i,, k.inotice hat n WltnfThe.: I..'" ,KlHtlire of 117. ,und. .ilali, or they. will t I I h,. (.rt'i.'r hnrred.Th .
RECAPITULATION t.nNMUt.; Kl.r.CTIOS: lb.I ) IMK5. nf the I St ? Morliln I x tin' llh, 'Inv "f Inly. IIMH.vlr. .
trip to I itCrosse rccently. will, I )h..hlln)
I hut > r... ..I.y,, n.'" "iieeeidini' Hi' 1\\, M<'riS.vemlii .m."I"'nl. 'I., I the Cuniitiliilion: of the fttate I t I ,.nnd,, ,ndniliiislrntor, i I
:\Ies 'r". O. L. :Mizell and l W. T. ti|,,.. BOND IN- ,,. vnte of ihr"ilfth. ..f nil the memliem eIu.'I. 7-2l-Ht
DISTRICT Kea\i: WorthinRton, were In bit
SPECIAL TAX ourimmunIty 'I'fW, r> \ V OF NflVEMtlKIt: ..d inch hoiiMe that the vote* on liaiil .,nllt -- ---- .. ---- - -
I .
(,.. nn bimncRB; last vvpck i. ...Mttlv. rf the Serond *"..nt .ol.,illin, ... .ntcred. upnn their ..." MITII, tIE H' I I Iii' I. VSMS UK MIMHWii
. IIM-jtnirnnlH. with the ,. ... ant nnyn tner..nmil I
',- rl. h-* Flute of Klorliln In v
:Mr O. \ Ir'ink: "f
I'rovulence attended r.IAlhl'
thiv tIll h'i.rnin.Out' direct Hint Ih"nnl
FUNDS. or r I thi* Unit, d Stntm ,1'lnt ftu-olijIiun. lie milimllted) the 'I,lluiv t, .I'lii inter uIil.' h..rrnf nn tn.wil the I
TEREST AND SINKING chunh: hen' Saturday.Mr. .-.1 l r Inc ',tale of Klor- sl.el'' r* of the Stnte at thn fteneral; ":Kturflon. I irtM. ,ih ,lii,. ,.r s, rti'tnhfr. A. II. I I'll1 I Hill itpIv _ _ _

: J. L. Ilrown. made a l.u.iine ,.mli. r I'HHVOW I ,. I it, II,,. I."hl. (lit, A ..".r", ,. '. 1'UlltrImUi
i.itf. el th. 1I..r-r..m. Court TllrRFrOHF.: I. II ('1. SY Cit 41W. 'if II.. "n..I. Finn t,lit, (.>r nn ...>
JUNE30. 1918i trip to Lake) I5utl!< Monday.: . ''r ft F imoeI lvIOh.Oi"trV, of Slnl' nf 'Ihe R''. of Itt r I. Mill nt .tlv" ti''ii'IIM,I'll ..n. p
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Dr. Witt of Providence. made a pro- lao I'niirnil. Commimilnnprii of the "Itiitnnl FTnrldn! do her*.hv "iv. notice that a I liril. inli.rpiit tncli of Kininn: II",. -.r 1..e.
I ruin' f.f; :NKRM.: FI.Kf'TlflV: ("lupNir uitfj .IiiK.phlni> ('lti'.u imni.r .
I II f"9Rional'isit here om day last week. I r i Mimlicre of fSe Itoiwi of Rupri'Hi'n- will ,IH helil In eneh county In FlnrMn! nn ,,f 1..1'I '.. S.t ('I..r. ill.c..t.... 'I i HI nnil. ti> thor

: C !a'i., "f the Slate of Moriila. Fuenday, next micreedini' .the t Manlily' I triM.IVI r.lnwinl r el..lh.e InmlM' I Inv nnil livlnif I Irt
i I I Ui. County Commlmilonrni.l .Tii... lielnicHFTIf I | 1.''Iii. t n u
I '" : "hl :: : ;: Board ofI mher. A It. I"IK." Ihe nnl'l' dny .unt. .
I : irove'a Tasteless chill Tonic I .r ,, M"mburi' of the County .he N"rth.n.tulr"'r nl Suiithwint) QuirIT -
.!J ;: IiI I I-, I i' T Instruction' OF VOVI.'MlfKft antI the Nnrllivt.'l' tJ.iit, "'r itf )lu'he.
.. :: !:! 0 :;=: to :! rcstorei, vitality and .energy by purifying and enrlrhhiil I I" liiHtlc of the ,'.... In and for the rttI- ?,,r the ratirlifttion T1\Y nr r'J.''' of thn 'aid i {J'"o'er. Iriw ilvht n> r. .. wi.l Hiilw)

I .C. : :i L. ... : :;c"e; c" "" the blimil. You ceo sooa feel llI. Strcadthenluit. I I." .. .lunico. IlmtricU. vie : luint R 'diitlrini: .r<'l'-inif nm,'ndmentn to1: "r.n.h. vino ICAH tot ...,. whi'rv irmvimaril
I .! '" ", or_> -. e.. ::2 lavUoratlna! Price COc.JKKII .. I" lrfr Th.*... the Cnnntltutlon r>' .,. "nlr ..f Florid) '*. vll : | I. now Nltunti"' "Ii".* n tin rtrilnn trrftvuyarilVino
!:. :!: 'g S "I..r, Four."ilwr I I !
"' ;: ,, ; E !: A JOINT' HF..I1'IO' \ .:; ;, ,,:: sli"'h, '' i-'niirtKi :
,1 : I 'g:1 z '. , Fl... Ann' .f l... of Ar- '* hhQ rI i mi'1 rf
.. ..: l i ..Ii... .: ..: i ;c :"' : ,; .e'tl OUT OfK: HOfiS: .. mlrnr. frwn.N rp1no.n the f' ,. l.r.the. I Stnt* of'loriiln :: "' ., .1 l ., : .. "n."I" 'It S.uth I
I .. nilier Twelve. all'1 " 't'i.
i II. .I..r.
.. -I: .. v; .= SIX WKKKS: ':.\ JtuElc : ; the fi.llowlnu Ju. ttelntlntr to :" '' flint; . )
k c 1."lv.1
.. e" VtitrIetll, vi.
.. I ... ii ;; oil" .. :II .. = = In every lot of hocon: feed two or IK. : Iln. ,
c .., c ;; _. ,;; '"" o!' : : lier 'Ine. That the ftll.itlti8] ,ndment nr Hectlon s. Thin J ,Ifl lny nt Auvtwt. 191 1
; I .to ,, .. I I thiee, weeks quickly and adually eat s other' 1'hr..... the (' of the J. U MAXTORiiiMnliiiii .
__ -.' ,..... .. .... ..1. ., u" ) "b .r Article lr 'n.t..lnn "
..... .. . '" '. .,. ( for Emma, Ttuvcott anti J..I.hln.
I I" 27 ier Four : I iii
. Mil "In
It . Hate r Fl
.. .. b" .II''n
nGi 2.0001 8000 001--------; lens than others. If all would fatten 1I.I.lnl .
"12 4133It.NOTIF
-1114 22 800n ''I"' I.,.11'. '. n ,lit, I"" '. _"'.4 .1)! . >*r Six. lenhy n,n.'l I .. .h.1 <. aiihmllte.1 'n the i h".r Mllnra.
4"0) DR 172 III Iii')"" ,t, N. 4.141 6'1I000 dOt--------------- -- ' 12'l .11 like these the entire drove would be S i' l-rr Htnrn.. ..lie.rrH if tie I Slate . . nr ....'."II.n) --

1 :It'R 'lif\t\: 8.lIno(, ,ir illS, .1.1, 2016 .6114'11I'' )) onl) 10:11 5n \\.t) 2. uS'). r.OCJroyc. the s ,..,tn r 97ieh1.: Pit the ,ie.t iieneral .lection of tteprettentatlvei*. : .:
lOll 0.: Gl02 t 18 64000 '10 037 If ready for market six weeks earlier s 'niher Eleven.I hereunto pet"I ... |I., I'.M ,n Ihe y...r. A ,II 11IH that In tnv :, ,,,/nth, after lIttle hurt of I will prMwltt

and to save nix weeks feed is an item .tlmonr) whereof I have.... Heal of the H Itt ". etion H of Article, XII of the ( .,n. ,n',. '.,'liini and final MPOIIMI in thi* ".n"r.hl.
i iii.l and alfl' )." _ _ _ '. Ta.*>tel s.> chill Tonicilciiuayl that you fully understand 0.1,1.. ,f Morl.ln.. at rlahs.'e'the! raiiltal., .,. ,, nl an follow) : '..'inly, fl..I.ln. an,| aiii tor my foal ill..
The that fattens ,1 .. twenty-fourth li"y .f AuKiuit A. S. ".it. u Each ..county Khali M runt,ret I ,'hnreiu H thp .a.of W. If.I .
traaimittcdto hog .
the malarial germ*which are I easily must be 1"1- ." 0't .1 I fdlleet annually for. the .,uf'i, ..,rlif I rnttrhllt. *"...., .
'________________ the blood by Ih* Malaria Moe/iullo. PriceS)" in prime physical condition. The II. II 'I. *y -n\Wf'"n").State th, ',.,- fre.Hch.Mil therein, a tax of n' I.HI the the 81 h day lullS

. I rretary or. t'nr' 'I I ree Cfl mllU. nor thiio tin j. i.. uNrr.nfrr.h..
A. Thomn. Hot Powder is a conditioner r.. 'v r .:1'....".", :*he riff. Bnwlforil C'fMintv.' 1'" the dollar on all taxable. |,riiertyn | I -9' m. Atiminlptrotttr.fj5) !
II-8s "
Indige'iton ti It I rlda. the .am'.
r keeps their --

BrekrL.SS3"A.. I jew weeks ago i used a bottle ifChamberlaln'R dean an I healthy ami, enables them to ;-iTii: : r "v A PEt ICATI(1S' i OH TA x: fIrst) p,.r".".!\amendment OJNT R.jqOfaWTOV to the Con| .tituti.n nf I s ; ; III lTOIt9ANI) l'/UfroR./ ,. _ _ _
I ,
_ ,
Oal .. Rac'cycd when I PKITION > ... I If \J'T.R; 414t.lvt1 |.>rli, \ ".r..n. in.lflil'Hi tn the "'a'
Tablets was fntte-i "irk ,
< 'ii'y without falling I J.'iu'ltia. 1 1UndtrhilU
| a 10' '
prey the .r
'l the f.eKlilat'ire "f I
1'1",1 Or .w. 1 Po.tat Of 9 1 (11111/ le it 1..1. by Underhi. Ir"oor.1 .unI .,..101.rfrh..lh .
WSpecialu '
on all
j bad of indigestion. to the 'i1 diseases, of }Fiord : .r.' .''ul.d their'
.. 440 W OASYT..r having a spell I ti"U hog!. Thu H. If.h Rh" '". Is irlven th.t I). W. M.or.mreMiser Conu"'mi'lon t.f ttn'i .1 .'.1.
Article! XIX of the hnv"
stomach A. TfiO.r 1I"r Powder i III .. sale, ....,In..'. niimh-reil r. T.I .. .. .nid .....on.. p- I_ _ _ _
___ __ _--------- The tablets strengthened my i not stock of h. TIM. 'hr itt.' of ""orl I I. .. III" an.l l t)74byt within peat
....s..a and toned UP my system generally. food. It trnicrht: medicine and we Coll... IJr I1 rlrad'nH' Coun'y.' rlorld.) earh "y .." .n.led no a* to read at. follow. '.nl .him.,till y ,'h.nll..tot barred.
lit; I L tat 9ft35:: 1'1.' ;,J"t . tor for ..' Article XIX, Section I The r.... Iit, u. I I rn".r
4th day
) --InVirarti.-; t.UAX\. They are. easy to take and most effec- I took tVr ry because it enables you Mrt.l7n.ber r'lne.A l I'l',13141..belnar l ".Hal.,1. flied the the sal.l cerft. vale., barter ..evehanK. of all .. m.n.r.tur.1) 11.1. lilt .1)' or AUj' Ir ( .

Ii: ".... \i.IXl\ _t.I. !ri...'ncrVh .r.,'iuS"r tual" writes Mrs. D. S.-Part Skaneat'XZX -, to feed 'Ir hogs much earlier. ..", 'in' mr office and;.:' h... mad. .pphcn.l"n wt'h!' In* ',Hi',[ '.un">, .10'and malt.l.v.r.8e.sea heyehy incerirohibitei I A'h"I'.u'r of E.... of W. II

-' .'..ut hCAd.d"C''elKlOb Dot "<" t""y&S...&. 'Ji elI's, N. Y.-Adv. Sold t y ''inea, Starke.-Adv. 'fh., :. li-aid*,, 'l'"l, ". ,"tn(le,".t.''", ei"i,arnrlance,.t' 'ly '.mb'..... the ) ) In t. SteW of Florida, n..t al- ..e
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I / n i"'h;1-1 r-and child are doing well. Abernathy, Sunday.,- -----

1County :\. ,..s.:11111: Tillis and two sons, of Miss Ora Melvin W'I' .
r r I I. ,iifhmnn spent the week-end here :Miss Myrta !Morgiui: T'i', i : Q//

,. SEEThe t, a ith relatives Mr. and :Mrs. 0.; .\i.,01', ,r.,"';, .I'd.'

I I I'r', 1 1V.. Tribble, of LaCrosse, was children" of Kniford. .p i?, < News ItemsInUrcitUi in our town on professional business I end here with Srs.ln[ '. ','',1'," u.w
Sunday afternoon. :Mrs T. C. ]Ilazen. "''".

t:1: :\Ie""-s. Mabry Harrell and Secber Mr. H. P.- Gainey. m", ,, ,
.1' !acts Gathered During I the Week by Our I Edwards and sisters :Misses Eva and trip to Worthington SPrIJ.IC',,, TueS 6u.ory,

i : I Regular Correspondent KaiserAt Ruby Edwards and Geneva Harrell, of afternoon.Mr. lr
," Bradford, attended church here Sun-
.,"' .. : and Mrs. O. W. M IIIII',,, nf
.." iU\| Montcocha: lilt
se'tion'l'rl' ,
--. t Iii),
WU 11\\1: :''icst. It was a little hard to collect Miss' !Mamie Pmholster Pine Hill, Mr. and !Mrs J. F. Drunk, , caesgd\
attended church here Sunday atUrdlr
out of the farmers as none had and Sunday
money :Miss Blanche Andreu, of Bradford,
Graham, Sept. 20.-Mr. Alfred :McKinney sold their cotton, but all seemed per I was the guest of Miss Inez Abernathy I i Dr. J. Bishop, of Alachua, mad. ,
of Monteocha, to do what could! professional call
and IiOI! Hoy fectly willing they here Sunday
i the Gaiety Theatre, Starke, Friday and Satur- Sunday. :
i r'4 were business visitors here Monday.i toward this cause. Rev. I. J. Blanton.. of Snr,. ......
:Minn.l.... .Mrs.. It. T. Ostecn spent -. .. .., ?
{ Mr. C'hesley Fogg made a )business day, Sept. 20th and 21st. Two Shows each Thursday in LaCrosse-- will preach at the Free Will, "'1.

i'' k'' j trip to Gainesville Tuesday 1V001)LAWN PARK night. First show 7 o'clock. Admis- i :Mrs. Z. R. Taylor is spending this church Saturday and Sumiat BaptlJl,,
:Mr. I K. W. Surrency made a business !
week with relatives in Tampa. morning evening, K.erbZcordially
trip to Starke :Monday Woodlawn Park, Sept. 20Mr. and sion 25 and 50c.OME >d
i / Miss __._. __ 1 :Mr., Jesse Shirley of Jacksonville to attend
; :Mr. Geiger Barry has eccepted a position :'olrs.Iartin: Hersey and sister n
: here with his :Mr. P. S. Colson
spent Monday parents.Mr. of ,
I in Jacksonville and has moved Viola Adkins, of Raiford, were guestsof : J.uv; "m'lie.||
Y I I II. C. last Monday who is working in the
. ) his family there. We regret to lose Mr. and Mrs K.; Kite Sunday.Mr. -' Surrency spent shiiivm.l'.t, same
anti in LaCrosse with his home on registration
1 Tuesday tiny,1,,,
them : J. S. Norman was a visitor toRaiford : 'I>""al
Mr. George Stone and friend, J. I>. :Saturday." I z} tty ''x} daughter; Mrs. 1'. I P. Parker 1 the remainder of the we ," ., Ih w
:Mr Sumner Androu, of Bradford family here.
Durnt left hole Tuesday for a trip :Mr. and !Mrs It. Sapp, of Jacksonville i
I was the guest of :Miss Ora :Melvin on :Mr. Hubert
li' down on the East Coast are vi1itinlCIrs.: Sapp's parents Rouse of \, \\ |III"{l .
'' I Mr. Henry Koon and wife, of Starke, :Mr. and :Mrs. S. II. Thompson, I Sunday: afternoon was in our town Saturday aftcrn, '"
1 :Mrs. T. n. : afternoon -
I were pleasant visitors here last week. this wec-k. I in Starke.Shirley IIpl'ntIondny Mr. nnd Mrs. U. I P. John, ,lIP !,,
:Mr. J. II. Surrency left here Thurs :'olissllIry: Etta Kite was visitingher I coiving congratulationovei' the
day for Tampa. lie will visit his uncle and aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. Edward I :Messrs. !Mark demons and Guy I'm- rival of a son, born Sept. Oth a

* brother, Mr. Jesse Surrency, while in Adkins, of the State. Farm Satur- I r holster] spent Tuesday in Jacksonville :Mr. Tom Reaves, who hn- \6,
1 i'V' :Misses :'ollrrnyIalphurs: and Ellen tn nr.
fib that city. day. I ioiisly ill at the home of his
Mrs. E. T. Stewart spent last week C. I D. Gunn, of Starke, was a business 'I' Lynn, of Bradford, attended church O. W. Lewis, is slightly improved iistor.Mn

1 in Brooker with her sister, Mrs. I Hob visitor here Saturday. here: Sunday night: I Alias: Victoria
Douglass, of
t Lew in. !Miss :Mona Green spent several days :Messrs. Nathan Goolsby; and :Mollie Alaihu
passed through our town
Mrs. Autum Youngblood, of near here the guest of relatives. __ Shaw, of Gainesville, were the guestsof route to Starke. Saturday

Waldo, spent Wednesday here, guestof i Dr. E.; L. Biggs of Lawtey was a ViSitor tri 7A I Misses Maude and Elmer Shaw Saturday -
f q Mr. Joe Surrency and sister
Mrs. Henry Aultman. here Sunday. / afternoon.Mr. ,, Mi
Mrs. Roberts and There has been no news sent in from F. were pll'lIsant'illitou to [La.
Mr and Roy son, I I : Willie Tyler is very ill at this :o Crosse
s j Roy Jr., of the Wateroak section, were this place for the past few weeks on -t writing Wednesday.

i pleasant visitors here Tuesday. account of the correspondent being I !Miss Daisy Lewis left Friday for j :Misses Willie Mae and Canto Glut
1 Mr. Riley McClough and wife have sick Vanderbilt | of Pine Hill attended church here Si*
where she
was to the
returned to their home at Hastings, Mr. Eodus Green, of Jacksonville, I school Monday. open I Iday.

{ after a two weeks' visit here with rela- was the guest of his parents, Mr. and I' .
tives. Mrs. A. Green, Sunday.A I !Mrs Crews, of Newberry, spent nEB CROSS DINNER ON: RECK
part of last week here with her brother
Mr. and Mrs. Chesley Fogg made a large crowd attended church at I TRATION DAY
business trip to Earleton Beach Thurs Hardshell Sunday. PEOPLE WILL REACH, OUT AND. CRUSH THC BEAST". .Ol" BratlUissctree. Mr. Charlie Wilson, who is very ill .
: s1 Mrs. J. M. Norman is very ill at this I ( PROM THC O I
day.Mr.. R. W. Surrency made a business writing. She has many friends who You will know more than ever before Why we are at war. It will Messrs. L. F. and M. Shaw and Mrs. finance committee on registration day
trip to Waldo Wednesday. wish her a speedy recovery.Mr. I Oliver and :Miss :Maude Shaw visited :i was a great success from a financial
w touch a responsive chord in everyones heart, and is bound to make you Starke Saturday afternoon standpoint, hundred
Dr. Thomas and wife, Henry Koon Owen Alvarez, of the Rising i I i as one dollars wai
{I and wife, and Mrs. E. D. Abernathy section, is the guest at the home of think-and think hard. This picture has been endorsed by Belgian and |I ,I Mrs. :M. Gainey is visiting relativesin realized. The public responded gene

enjoyed a little fishing trip on Santa his daughter Mrs. Dalton Carter. Diplomatic Staffs as well as the entire Ambassadorial Staff of the United Vandolsta, Ga., this week. !' ously towards this dinner and the loci!

? i Fe lake Thursday. Mesdames N. D. Davis and S. Futch States I Mr. P. Byrd, of Graham, attended Red Cross Chapter is to be congratulated -

Mr. J. R. Boville, daughter, Eva, and were shopping in Lawtey Friday. I church here Thursday. I',| on the success of the undertak

Mrs. A. Lane made a business trip to It shows how Germany planned this war 30 years ago. It shows in i :Misses I la Belle and Jennie Maude',' ing. The finance committee was com

1 Starke Friday. CROSBY LAKE; NEWS: I detail how the Belgian people are being treated by the "German Kullur.:. I Crosby were the guests of Misses Wil. : posed of the following earnest work-
1 L Mr. W. P. made I business ers: G. C. Livingston, chairman,, )Mij
Byrd a trip
It shows the real of the of Grief. lie Mae and Cantoe Oliver
tragedy Kingdom of Pine
to Brooker Thursday. Crosby Lake, Sept 20Mr. Lee Edwards I I Hill j| A. V. Long, F. F. Stump, :lIra L A.
f Mr. Colson Thomas, of Monteocha, and family, who have been in Saturday afternoon. i]i Davis, N. Sternberg Mrs.\ H. r R,.
attended church here Thursday. Jacksonville for some time, returned I :Miss Rosa Surrrency, of Pine Hill, ''chard, J. H. Bitch and :Mrs. N ''

k, The people of Graham are very pa home Wednesday.' They are stopping was the guest of her cousin, :Miss Inez Wainwright.

triotic. Thursday the stores were all at his brother's Mr. W. M. Edwards, of :I -'" --.- --- n --_ -.---_--- '-- -- __n -._.-- -. -- .
closed\ and everybody went out to the this place I Alvu Saxon spent the week-end in -- -r:: .......k w.aJiuB/i90aadEl'JS

church Mr. R.and W.spent Surrency the day accompanied in the J. I.home. Underhill of II. M.and McRue family Sunday visited i Jacksonville The Hampton, theguest branch of A.friends.R. C. has .1 .....................................................................................................................................u:
l afternoon.
y his son and granddaughter, Robert and : appointed the following committees to 1 r
f+ Alone, were )business visitors to the Misses Ola] and Evie Bryant spent, i co-opornte with the Bradford County I s r

o county seat Friday. Saturday night and Sunday with !Miss Chapter at he carnival to be held in I I

11} Mr. C. II. Gunn of Starke, was n Luvonia Green. Starke Sept. 27th.ArrangementA.: How
'. s business visitor here Thursday. :Mr. Lawton Bryant visited Mr. P. B.Br'lInt A. Durden, A. A'I I Much Would the i

:Mr. James Rafusc, of Starke, was Sunday. Futch.
. I here on business Thursday Misses Sadie Bryant and Louise Conveyance. A. Durden, W. G. !
I! :Mr. Rufus Jones visited the county \Icnae! annd Mr. Eurney Bryant attended Seals, J. V. Jones, \V. B. Alexander. KAISER
church at China Grove I I
site Friday.Miss Sunday. Soliciting-Mrs. C. E. Harper, Mrs. J r
I Grade Fogg of New lIumpi After church they were guests at the I F. E. Henry, A. A. Durden: Misses

i shire, is here visiting her brother, Mr. home of J. C. McRae. :\IUJ.t'lCil'Iaxw'II! Beryl :Mullady. Tax Your Business ?

", Cliesley 1"oJ.t'lC.f' Mrs. Hattie Johns, of near Hampton, Sl'r\'inlC-\lrs.: C. E. Harper, Mrs. ,

1 ;Mr. I D. J. Byrd spent the week-end Waited :Mrs. II. McRae: Sunday Ada Alexander, :Mrs F. E. Henry, :Mrs ,, .

!f' at LaCrosse with is son, !Mr. D. :M. :Mrs Lee Edwards and children visited W. II. Griffln, :Mrs. D. L. nug ,.:Mrs.
: Byrd. :Mesdames II. :M. and W. D. :Mc W. E. Middle-ton. : Think this twice
t. Rae : thought over : "If we should s
Monday afternoon.
; : I Rev. Smith left here Saturday morning H'celving-llrs.: Seals, :Mrs :Mc :
I ;i' for Raiford where he will till his Little :Misses Wilma and Nellie Edwards Lean. fail to win this war what would happen to my business?"

' regular appointment. were the pleasant guests: of The receiving committee will meet

I Mrs George: Stone was called to the, :Miss Dolly McRae.Sunday. at the :Masonic Hall Friday afternoon, : What is left of business in the invaded districts :

l't bedside' of her little granduughter: : Sept. 27, and receive and pack the donations :
I HAMPTON of France and Belgium? What will be
dred business here
Walker, at Hastings Friday who I for the carnival. Please bring !

was sinking very fast. She has suffer Hampton, Sept.-20-Mrs. II. B. Har the<< parcels early.A S if we fail to crush the sinister power of Prussian militarism :

ed for a long time and her friends rell, of Brinson, Ga., accompanied by patriotic lecture will be at the : ? How much would you have left after paying the :
here wish her a speedy recovery. Masonic Hall !Monday evening, Sept.
her three :
children, arrived Saturdayand taxes and levies )
j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tillis. and chil is the guest of her mother, :Mrs. :"Uth: by Mrs. Fulton, n national lecturer imposed by: a victorious Germany? !

dren spent the week-end here, guestsof l W. G. Seals. The: public: ic cordialy invitedto J r

Mr. and Mrs. Ogden. Misses Nellie and Leo Wilson, of attend. The hall will be well lighted Defend Yourself With i
1 Mr. and Mrs. Raulerson, of Waldo, Columbia, spent the week-end here the the seats comfortable and plenty. !

attended church here Saturday night. guests of Mrs. J. II. Tolbert. LIBERTY BONDS '
Mr. J, P. Roberts business A.NDREWSHAZENBrooker !
was a : :Miss Eunice Saxon is spending the
visitor. to Starke ,
Mr. W. 1'. Byrd attended Tuesday to business week Green Cove Springs, the guestof Sept. 20.-On Tuesday, This is not only war for Democracy and Liberty !

t. in Staike Friday.Mr. Sept 10, at 2:30: p. m.. Miss Irma An- ,
Hampton lodge F. & A.1": will S but of self-defense.
a war
and :Mrs Alvin McKinney and meet in call communication Tuesday drews and Mr. Olin B. ]Ilazen were Germany menaces our rights, our :
Mrs. Charlie ; business quietly married at the home of thebride's self-respect our homes and
McKinney were evening when important work will be i our means of livelihood. S!
visitors to Waldo Thursday afternoon.Dr. done. parents, :Mr. and Mrs. W.

Thomas ionic, a business trip to Andrews, of New River, by Justice 11'1 Every citizen business
Starke Friday. The county convention of the Chris the: Peace H. P. Gainey, of this -every man-has weapons
tian church will be held at the Chris. Only few relatives : of defense ready to his hand.
Mrs. Alma Surrency, of Brooker, a near were present These Liberty
weapons are :
than church here
spent the week-end here with her par on the fifth Sunday and immediately after the cere- : Bonds. We cannot all fight with
and the Saturday Dinner guns and bayonets but :
I l'nbIr.: and :Mrs. R. W. Surrency. nony the couple left for Jacksonville, : we
will be served on the ground can all fight with Liberty Bonds
Sunday. their future home JJ
r Mrs Frank Jones, of Sampson City, I where the groom !
A cordial invitation I
is extended to all
und daughter, Mrs. Eva Smith attended holds a responsible position. They ,
church here Sunday. to attend the services.M. have a host of relatives and friends ,

Mr. Billie Surrency, of 1'ulatka."IU V. Dyal, formerly] of this place who wish them much happiness and I Buy to Your Utmost !

a week-end visitor here to his parents, hut now of Jacksonville, was looking success in their marrired life. I ,

Mr. and !Mrs R. W. Surrency.The after business ((1)) interests here on The revival which was held at tho Of have ,
revival closed here Thursday,, :Monday.Mrs. . :Missionary Baptist church last week ,I course you bought Liberty Bonds. Every :

evening It was well attended and : J. -Allen entertained at dinner I was well attended and much irterest t: one has. But how many more will you buy? The success !

seven new members added to the last Saturday in honor of her daughter manifested. Rev. Proctor was ably assisted / of the Fourth Loan and of the itself S
church.Mr. ,. :Mrs :Mervin L. Rawley, of Green I in these services by Rev. Barra war depends on your i

Riley Wasdin not being able Cove Springs The following guests of Jacksonville. | answer to that question. ,S

physically to withstand the military were present: Mrs. Clara Sasser, of :Mr. G. B. Colson was attending to ,
Valdosta, (in.'Mrs.; : Hattie Thomas of business in Jacksonville last Tuesday.Mr. : Buy all the bonds Go
training, has a final discharge and is you can. to bank and i
back home again.Mr. Valdosta, Ga.: :Mrs. Lillian Harrell, of I : J. S. Forsyth was in Starke on, : your
Brinson. Ga.; :Mrs Ruby Prince, of Morday.: i make your arrangements. Buy more than you ever thought i
4 i Will Jones spent the weekendut I I
Tampa. These Registration : could
former school mates day was' patriotically you buy.
Hastings with relatives and friends.Mr. :
are fond mothers now and were each observed here last Thursday. I ,
JAt Andrew Sparks and wife, of accompanied by one or more happy Something over one hundred registered
Louise, attended church here Thursday 0 : Buy to Your Utmost 's
children. This is the first time that all under the new draft law i
evening.Mr. have visted at Hampton at the same :Mrs P. :M. Barefoot and daughter I' J, ,

Lando Maincs, wife and childrenof time since their marriages, and a most Inez, spent Friday in LaCrosse. I : ,
Monteocha, attended church here enjoyable! time was :Mrs. B. Nipper and Willard _.._..."."...... *_ Thu Sp c. Contributed . ......,
spent together.The son, : to Winning th,. War By.........................
'' Saturday night. guests were unanimous in pronouncing were visitors to Alachua Saturday.

The amount collected here last week :Mrs. Allen a perfectly enter Miss Willie Mae Nabb spent a few

for war savings stamps amounted to taining hostess days of last week with her sister, Mrs. DeWITT c. JONESHARDWARE

t $85.75. The pledges were $114.80. Ten :Mrs. P. P. Wynn, of Galoway, who L. Johrs.

girls were appointed to do this work was called here by the death of her The stork visited the home of Mr.

c Miss Mae McKinney taking the lead, sister :Mrs.( W. C, Hunt, returned to and Mrs. A. A. Hazen Sunday afternoon .

t bat each and every one did their very her home Saturday. leaving them a fine girl. Beth, Starve, Florida



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