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 20, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04673
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ERTY LOAN CITIZENS COMMITTEE I GREATEST I LOAN t .t'
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C.\HS\I.\ UK USED v The parents or friends of only a few o 1 1'
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TO111': I5KI.IC TKAINE. e soldiers have forward subscribe
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EAKINGDArES .. IN ALL HISTORY E.: night, county ehn'rmnn' '.>
o. S. Matthews: chairman of Editor Telegraph-Please: give me every letter receded at this I PI I j
speakers of thi'
I *> the Bradford County Liberty '0'I space in your paper to answer: citizens office/ from a .soldier the keenest inter- I' I Fourth Liberty '*> v
Loan Committee, has received a committee's second letter. 1 wish, to eat in the lnwie is expressed.The nun Campaign, hits received. nor 't> 'i
paper '
!R THE COUNTY I I'v.. letter from Mr. Arthur T. Wil- <.*.>. say, we have been asked by our government publit-her\ was ending(' paper to !IS CALLED FOR ice that, of hams fuel
state administrator, not to offer any bonds for upward of l.'ill of the boys without "'1')'. British \1'111),1111,1) i
advising: that the use of automobiles roads, so" we are not in a very big hur charge, until a "ruling if the War Industries I I nf the, in' n vl'I'J'1I11i' *
France '
: on Sunday October tith, to *. ry about giving: e"timuh'a.11', : Arms I Board, made it impossible to i i' at the war courthouse will speak *, J' ti l

KERS wnTL"PUT IN visit! the relic train, will not be .> the surveyor, has" not finished the survey : send them lunger. For more than a FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN TOTAL I' :Monday night/; September in Starke;hat on .v.ss t' I
'' considered a violation of the re- find we have not paid out the money year we .sent the paper to every" boy I' o"clock.)
OLiD WEEK OF WORK qitf'st of the Administration ,.' I for one, am not in favor on bond- from Bradford county in the army IS 6 BILLION DOLLARS Owing to other vj>

I. with reference to the use of automobiles our county against the wish of our whose nldl'l'l'l' ,could get. (Other'smust nlieinlv 1\1..1"! t'onrl,! engagements\ /:| IVn-wno, *,* ;

V SECTION:: 01- COUNTY TO ..' on Sunday. J. president just to gratify a few petty take it up now and "carry on" if CAMI'VHJN: (; OPENS( : :; TOMORROW: ( will not be able I I" make other > JT' ,1\
This places the mutter on n Via- > > politics or n few high-toned/ gentlemen the boys nee to have the paper. If they speeches
vu rnm IH'ltlNC WEEK: sis that everyone may feel perfectly .' interested with them. :Myself and some .enjoy reading, the paper they certainly AND WILL RUN FOR) 'IIIUKi, : o citi/.ens. of III Urudf.rd'uunty sivtiim" ) and.) 4. > ,
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i BEGINNING: :MON1 u.\Yrnment free to make use of their ,.*> others have 'been placed l'lIs committees ought not to be deprived of it. WJoEI\S.: invited every, to hear him are next uriently ** JMonday
cars in coming: to :Starke: to see to solicit money for the government, --- -- .-- - ; : .
night Stake. >
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the relic train. Arrangements arc not for roads. CALL nm1.: C. .\. WORKERS: courthouse( *
;; expects; to furnish I .. Loins!: made to handle the crowdin .' The ('(lrnmi""iol1prM're asked by The Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign/: .. hold t the crowd proves! I the too small to ,*.'
meeting will
lams, from out of the county such a manner thut everyone the governor to reduce taxes: if possible !I Dr. I1': Campbell, county chairman opens tOI'llUI'I'U811turday, September ." be. held in the air nt the "*Yi
open cor- l
I', ii the people at he following r. will have un opportunity to K/:<> *' and we have cut taxes two mills has received notice from A. \"'. -.- th. and the American people will be tier of Call and 1 Walnut streets. .. 1 ||
inn times, to-wit: through the trait s for asked to subscribe: to the greatest loan
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expenses, and l yet we have illoneycut, Florid.i: I'c'ruith'l"I't'/: 4
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Jrtey, :Monday Sept. 30th., at :3 <$> I aplenty of money to put our roads in tary that u call has been made for HUll in the hUtory. of the world No financial I ,. .iI> * <* 'r .* ,"' ., ' * .* *
P m. *"a4,5.$4'6' aT A.i.R,4 G' I Ii r..tdusshupp tad have enough to [I1'. M. C. A, workers to go overseas."" transaction known to history -- : j
rKe Monday, Sept. 30th., at 8 I ---- --- -- --- pay our county out of debt, except The call is for, "II>1I1'h'rK ns well ns or- comes anywhere near equalling In''
I what hll14I"pn-"ont'u; tp< for by the jganizers in all educational fields, especially amount the gigintic loan that our go\ I I
|ressa, Tuesday Oct. 1st., at 10... I school board from time to time, and if history American and Euro- eminent now call upon! red l blooded I '. n
a. m.npton there are any who doubt my statementcome pean institutions. Technical subjects. Americans to make to it.The '
Tuesday, Oct. 1st., at 2 nnd look over my district about Be willing to begin/; hut work." I treasury department announce.!

.[ p m.npson I December 1 1918!) and I will prove it. Mr. Honcycut states that the call Tuesday: night that the 1lIInI'uld JrU
City, Tuesday Oct 1st., at I wil say I was startled 1 when I read for workers in the home camps is for six Zillions, !' of dollars and Sect, t
ck p. m. I citizens committee second letter, for I equally urgent. tnry McAdoo sent forth the word\ that I i
ham Wednesday! Oct. 2nd, at 10 thought that as noted men us these -- -- --. the money was absolutely necessary' it __ -* f"+

: u. m.ok'r. surely would act upon their own judgment FAIR I'HEII1TI.IS'I': : ) this time for the successful prosccutiou ':
Wednesday, Oct 2nd., at 2 I but I find they have fled to a of the war.
kp.m. foreigner: and stranger to this county The Telegraph; is publishing this In the face of such a |1)1'011'11111"11I"111< .. 'f
rlhinR'tonVedneMday, Oct. 2nd., I to seek their information, for they week the premium list of the Bradford front the heiul of our country' < llrmieinl :
)'clock p. m. state "if we have been informed correctly County Fair, which is to be held, nt system there must: be no full cling. 1 iI i
kes, Thursday Oct. 3rd., at 10 Blackwelder has laid, out one of Lake Butler from November' 12th to Kvery; man must put his shoulder t.i : I
k a. m. the highways and warped it so it I Kith inclusive.: The list contains many the wheel and, do his. pint toward ran : '
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IeI' Thursday, Oct. 3rd., at 2 would run by his farm," so wo see if I attractive premiums and should be ing this great .hum of money within the! I ..

k p. m.vidcnce. they had connected with a native he carefully read by everyone. This has three weeks beginning tomorrow' I Ij
Thursday Oct. 3rd., at Although/: notification of Bradfordcounty's j, 1
would have told them better. The road I i been a good general crop year in the .,
ock p. m.rjwav does not run by my farm, but is about county and the fair this fall should: quoin has been munuMitartlvexpected '
Friday, Oct. 4th., at 10 a mile away and has not been warped, I t have the greatest variety of exhibits it hall not been received "*iii'| J Jr
k a. m. for it stands where it has stood for I of any year since its establishment.METHODIST to the time the Telegraph,. was put toiiress .r

oma. School, Friday, Oct. 4th., at years.So I ------ .-- Thursday afternoon at :i 'do'lt.! .)
lock p. m. with the other questions at issue : It was the purpose of the county chairman

ilford Oct. 4th. I 5 for any ten year old school boy, acting to call the executive committeento
Friday, at
: his would Mrs. Varney will "I>I'lIkIt the :M. E. conference to make tho district III
upon own judgment not
h, p. m. I" have made the statement that here church South Sunday morning at 11 otments' but as the campaign is now / ;J
\\vr River, Saturday, Oct. 5th., at I were two or three public roads< running o'clock. Come and bring your friends., ri 1 ht nt hand the county chairman wil"muke : ":
clock a. m. school \ I: Junior the I j
I from one town to another all overtaking Sunday : quotas as soon: as: the county
Ice Butler. Saturday, Octoher 5th., DR. MECCA : this county, nor would he have stated I League, 5 ,'ntterhJurro rtllxngu I quota Is received, and notify .
uw
bird HOMER: C...
o'clock p. m. W. C. T. VIA: the (commissioners were the (cit I further I
iforll, Saturday, Oct. 5th., at 4:30 izens' hard-earned money and paying I :Senior: League and the 8 o'clock! ser- This is consdercd a better course than Who' wax killed on the Uitt leUdFrance n .. Yt

k p m. Dr. ;Mecca Marie Varney, of Miami, political debts with it. So I (IUeRtionwhplh'r I'vice have been called off in order that to take up valuable tine for I the meet His relatives live in the ? ;

lersiti.cn, of the county is ex- will be in Starke next Sunday, September these men have even thoughtto all may attend the Baptist church ing. In making the district. quotas the 111',1,1' section.
where :Mrs. will address.( ( the chairman i
: Vuiney county will use the\ registration
ask their
>ti l 4>y your government to attend : 20th, and will speak at the stranger about the rood =-=- = '
of
mi r ne of these meetings :Methodist church at 11 a. m., and the working; system" and I conclude them people. ---. September) 12th us u Znsis.'I'hii :: \
Baptist church at S p. m. The subject ambiguous on this point also, so I will I i is the Infest t index to the i population n of
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| government is JoinA' to great
o the Soldier Letters.
( several districts
UPTISTNext of the andjqunttix 11 'I'
county
not mnkc n
"The
of her address! t is Nation's Peril. any more reply to their (
s' in paying: /: transportation ex- i I based' on it will be, fair
The that Mrs. I question I remain defender of I entirely
"I ,f the speakers, nnd doing this Tampa Tribune says a that Sunday is (>o to Sunday to all concerned.Persons _
ah< 'Milightpnment of its citizens'!, /arney has u strong: personality and l vital clause] of the (constitution ''lual School Iny" All who have ever hpr"an,1 --' -
III a charming as well as a forcefulipeaker rights to all and special privileges to those who not attending buying bonds should! buy in t
I the\ may know just what condi- are nnyi their\ own districts and no citi/.cn of Frame,, .\111(. :29!! 1 III! H.
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|\vi art facing, and what it expectsII ; the :Miami :\Metropolis "Mrs.: none. i whore else :are invited to join with us. Itradford county .should buy through :'ddor, ., legraph' / : I nnived in
Varney is a delightful speaker with a JOHN J. BLACKWELDER. It also' state mission, both in the a
is day, : '
s yOU do not attend one or bank outside of the ('(aunt Bradford, I''nir'.iml/ a sham" tune UII:". Spent,, St'V- V
,,' most winsome personality. These, County Commissioner: District No. I, Sunday school and church. The offerings y. 1",1,
these meetings will lie d there, seeing Hie nights )It
you iyi.
county will I iet no credit for |mrcliaKcDetailH '< / /:
pur as. a slacker. Do not fail to lectures are free and everybody invit- Biiulfonl County.. will be given to state missionx. it n 1'alltiflll"'IIIr'y. Then we cros.i- u
----- -- : of the Bonds'Ihe
ed.RIG. Let make worthy gift to this
us n "
'nit and prove to your govero- "ed ovei into France, having 'n goidlime. ,
iton have its interest at heartland --.--- BOX SI'I'EUT( OAK {:IW\) ''' I I worthy ('IIU>l". bonds, of the Fourth Liberty The people lire" very hive to ux. j

wl'' .- by your country to the ( ATTRACTION SFCl'REIl:; : : FOHHim The evening hour will he turned over Loan issue will mature in twenty year"I : 'Die! i lIt iitr is cool, and, pleasant, b'lt,
CROSS( (',\H I\\I. A box supper will be given at Oak to n union service" in charge/: of the \ but the government reserves' the rightto there i is nn ,place, 'like the, States to tr'J. I,j
1). K. KNIGHT Grove; church Saturday night, Sept. C. T. U. A noted lecturer will give redeem Ih'Mii at the end of fifteen You will please direct my Inme '
iirmnn of Publicity Committee One of the biggest/: attractions to I be >>"th. Everybody invited to come and the address. The public i is! invited to yell rs.! over. here I enjoy leading' 'paper the ,
Fourth Liberty Loan. shown at the Bradford County Red I enjoy the occasion. I all these services The interest rate will be .1 |1..1| percent h"n, very m uch. Please ill-cent r; It'J'
-- ('ross Carnival tonight will be a five- Church Committee.PRESBYTERIAN ---. ---- I' the same an t that of the Third, my tiumkx for 5 111':111': ( it to tno in the\
.\ ('0)IJIIiNi'1y KITCHENs footed anfroumoU thornback tautoi -- -. --- I'Tm.1.1' W. O. W. II \I.L imu n. llond-4 will I be, dated October past and future, for I am sure it Is !

olyphemus( phylloxera brought by ( : ,I There will be, n drill on I the :21 I I. live days! after the close of the subscription very nice of you to send: it to the lips i
.n: asset'! to the county at lartre special steamer from the estate of Owing' to the absence of the pastor inp r"I''monyIt' the W. (O. \IlIIv"il-1 period l and t the first interest 'n service. i '
"-11" be, of more sip-nil '"11. 'ount Palomino de Castro y Vrlasco, there will Vie no preaching next Sun- next Fi irlny night./ All members are payment will lie mud"/ next April inun Clias. ". Illoodswortb) I
hat: immunity canning kitchen n In Villanuevn del Arzobispo Spain ,lay. Sunday school as usual. url-eol to be present I will be for the 17:1: days intervening III: I I'. A., :Medienl 1"11:11'1')14'111: Aim.- ,
t' "> which woman and all This is the only five-footed animal of ; thereafter semi-unnual! payment icon Expeditiiinary: Forces.The ,
every his shown in Starke and will IIP October, in and April I in.; On n
wi firs men t will of from the. county Uncle Sam may,come a place to ''I you are species invited ever to see this curiosity. $.r>0 bond I the first interest coupon willhe following' -letter;:; from, I.:II"Will h' :>>

worth $1.01 ; on $100. $_!.II;! and 1 C. Harper received) few I
which wan
-- n days
may h" invited his export : .1 II''o

"innstrators lnt> it and best who methods are pent of out preserv-with U. I). C. OFFERS:; WAR SAVINGS ii II. ;j Our Boys, Over Here & Over There higher/ multiples roil pun and neronlingfy.Both I registered/: "., bonds by ;\1 r. R. K.: Dell France of ,Lake, Aug.Butler IS: :Mi's1.: t.

and conserving foods. O1')1I'I I will be" isxiied! in denominations of $.10, Dear Mr. I"'II-Thi: |j. 'I'uesd-iy rfteinoon -
: =' $I0(1, .riOO.! $1,01)11( ) $5,001)( () and $1M)0.The ( ( () and I feeling; just grand t
am
Ie tenches" in the most forceful andactive The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. I D. C'I
way by demonstration lies offers! to the high school pupils of the Private Rowan Forsyth, who is stationed young man since he was missing in action i no,000! mid $100,001)!( ( ) will be registered I received your letter nf May U7lh' yrl- .
at Camp Wheeler, visited his on July 2th. only. terday. It has, been laying: over somnwhere -
how Starke school five dollar
savingstamp
u to live well and wisely a war
: Ten cent of the subscription will
homefolks last week. Lieutenant Edwin: Freeman left on per I suppoHe.: I am awful sorry
for the best
why A centere of this as a prize essay on
nature Tuesd.imorning for Camp Grunt: Illinois be required as the initial payment on that your health/ is" nut no good, and I
'B* at a sort of economic exchange "The South in Literature. Prize to Guy Prescott, U. S. N. It., has been the Fourth Loan. Twenty cent
rood housewife makes a valuaMooverv be awarded at the commencement exercises ill at the base hospital for several after spending/ a few days herewith will be duo installments November per hope, that you are taking a rest mind,
hV. mother Mrs. A. II. l"r'em'lIn.I.i"uto'nnnt as by now that are" feeling real well
you
:Mr. (Prescott is I stationed at
< next days.
or invents a labor savins dcie May. Freeman graduate 21 December 1 H) and January 1 1C I; mini, This j is certainly healthy/ I'Hmuto! !
is u a
and Miss Amelia Ray Pres. Charleston, S. C.
he ,
immediately wants to Mrs. from Auburn University, Auburn Ala., ::1p..r( cent January :30. here. I think I weighed! Htl) or H.> last
"i it W..J. Epperson, Secy.SL.famr'ickHistnon. Wilkinson is "
on. Mrs. Private Elisha : spending and lately finished a training course at Bradford County Liberty Loan Committee full and weigh, only 170 nu'v. I would! ,
"oil must win this cruel war. /: a ten-day furlough at his home like to Ernest: also' i
a camp of instruction being/: commissioned I certainly see you'
I' let us have a canning kitchen" \fOIU.\\-;; ; near Lnwtey. He is stationed, at Camp as a second lieutenant. He has The personnel of the Brail, ford County mind Mrs.I Dell
re the farmer who h.is v"aretabVscr IX : ( : I I Sims, Greenville, Ga. been a"igneil to duty at Camp Grant, (Liberty Loan Committee in as follows I do not understand wh.rll it got 1 a
!inl' to waste in the field, from anrstoeked I -- W. M. Phillips has !been transferred which .i- one of the largest mobili/a- : out that you couldn't send, me pictures.The .
market, can bring them to : In loving remembrance of Sister from Camp Shelby to New York. lIe tion .imps x in th,- country. He is a I K:. 8. :Matthews Sturke, chairman ; : buys get/: pictures' every mail from
eb 1 wn wornori who will HaHIv: :. put Sarah E. Thomas, who was horn Deember ) I I i is of the opinion that he will be crossing formt i student of the Starke High 11. J. Stewart, Luke Butler, vice-chair hInd L5'"man V' "m mi" and 1 .rai" in the procepH (' 6, 1854, and departed this life the big pond in the near future. School and his friends, here feel a man ; II) E.: Knight, chairman speakers send, mo Ernest's: picture, ,please. I t ,

In ore county in Florida at a ponit"ii Sept. 11, 1918. She was marired toGeo. Word has been received, from Franklin great deal I of pride in his success committee; N. Htl'rnl"rll'hllirmlln/: wiint tu see how much/ hv ban grown./: I
t <\' kitchen on one day the women W. Thomas July 1, lR1>8. To them p. Jones and Berry S. Jones by Corporal A. 1-'. Peele hums been tran publicity committee; Mrs. J. D. Itnn- don't, suppose' be remernberH me. I
the town canned seventy-five roos- were born eleven children, of whom their mother :Mrs S. E.: Jones, of ferre I tram Camp Jackson to CiimpW'nilsu tutu chairman womnns' committee; wish he would though. Gee! but Iwnl1,1
',1' 'eight i with four of her brothers! two Rev. C. 11. Abernathy, chairman like fort under the
'" from the bones! of these noble Sampson City, telling of their safe arrival >rth, Spnrtanburg, S. C., mh; In put my
nntleer5they; cnnned a most dele-t- sisters and a wide circle of (ril.'n.lllure overseas. Artilliiv) I (Park, E:. Truck Company. church committee; E.; It. Popped, 111"If' a* the "Dell mansion and have on"rrt'ii'e
lr -"'''n. Then from the viewpoint"iomv. left behind to mourn for her. She was Sampson City friends of IloweU (p. Cerpoi' il I (Peele's home is nt Lnwtey.He chairman school committee; A. V. " real meal, ha! Leeman says tu
" wisdom. and health and I loved by all who knew her, for she was Jones, now stationed at Camp Jackson vvi, drafted and !sent to Camp Long, chairman special sales committee fell you he certainly misses' the colldot's. '

I"'ent crisis, let us have a eorrmitv devoted wife a loving mother and a S. C., will be glad to know of his'. Jack I I Ith Co., Depot Brigade.' After ) I don't think they know anything .
kitchen faithful Christian for near forty years. improvement after having has left 'ei'''ing:' in this company fur twen- Exec; 'itivo, Committee-E.: S. Matthews : about such luxuries over here.
i-I ef \rlicl" tA Furnish Commnnitv She was in ill health for some time' hand amputated. ty-oni" days he was transferred, to I t! II. J. Stewart :Mrs. J. D. Rnnlall You. can't imagine how much my
Kitchen a but bore her sueffrings! : patiently. The Mrs. D.' J. Byrd, of Graham, has received ]Jr"all'l"artl'rK| & Suplpy ('0., Light Ar- d and all chairmen of district eu mmittt'c.s. ants. h has been to me. It is" certnlnl/ i1-1

!*'I, funeral services were conducted by H. a card from her son, Lee, stating tilerAfter! faithful drilling for several ''n good friend never varies n minute! j
" .' M' oven, hot water canner oks he was transferred as" a !District Committees : in, time. I would like to tell you n lot Y
-i.-r> moker. howls, pans, muffin. laid beside her husband, in :Midway sound. He has a number of relatives non-c'mIMaionl.'d, officer to CampW.idsworth District No. 1, I.lIwtPyW. ((0'. Godwin of where it ban teen. with me and how
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ipea.snrinir! p\ms. knives. fo Vs, .cemetery, and all we can say now is and friends who will be glad to learn j ns a drillmnster. Corporal chairman, Louis II. Hill, W. K.: much'' good it has done for me.
'"nn". pails boilers! utewors, teal' "f- this, of his safe arrival. Pceli-' xpoets to leave for a port of Torts, J. C. Byril. Enoch: (tinfFis, Dr. We lire not at the front nt present,
1.,1'1'" n'ote. bnkinqr dishes pup. nv't Another body laid to rest beneath the Friends, here of :Mr. William J. Tho- embarkation shortly. K.: L. Biggs, J. D. Randall. have been back sometime ill this so- g

I* hat sifter egg whin. dew wet sad, maR, of the Steamship America, have Homer Blitch Limbnugh, who hits District No. 2, Lake Butler-d. W. railed, rest camp Hope we will !gliipk I
Steam Pressure Cooker Can rto Her spirit bright has taken its flight, received announcements of the marriage been a student in the Georgia School Alderman, chairman, A. C. Strickland, to the front soon though mini I '
'" thirty minutes after n tout-h t",f there to commune with GabBy of Mr. William J. Thomas to of TI hnology/: during the past two C. J. Knight, l It. .1. Andrews, I.. A. think we will I will, be, rent glad to f
">Bi".t Potatoes, rice and a tanioea"ddm a brother in Christ. :Miss! Grace Evelene, McNabb Friday year"impleted a course of instruction Duncan (.'. A. Huberts, 4. W. Townsend hear from yon when you hnv" time to
> ' ,* have been put into the eooVer September kith:\ at Portsmouth N. II. 'in the Students! Army Training )I M. I. McKinney: , John Croft, Dr. write. G'Viniv best retrardit to :Mrs
'""i while the table is being snren-1 ton MRS. FR.t511'ItRIiF.E I Mr. find :Mrs. W. B. Jenkins of Corps .,.I Plattsburg( N. Y. nn the 1 Uithln 'I' 4. E.: Maine: Dell nnd tell Ernest: hello.
''> <- the dinner, the dinner i is d"*">. : I 'tarke, have received a letter from "t Me was commissioned, , a second District No. :!, 'lIlpMtin.--.W.( S. Yours sincerely
'h" touch roast! is tender end itiii their lion Private Alonzo Jenkins, who !lieuti n.mt of infantry and arrived I 'roft, chairman O. F. Ititch J..1. Pvt. Ellsworth: C. (Harper
',"' notatoes are mealy the rice nil The many friends and relatives of I was wounded in action some time ago. I here last Saturday to spend n few I Blackwelder. M A. Weeks J. E.: Dougla UI-MI.IV. .I'Viril:: Artllery, I'. A. C., Am,

''ml* m and the 1-uddin' is wnitmtr '%rt.. Hester Murvhee wil regret to He states that he is in a convalescent {, day with, is parents"" :Mr. anti :Mrs. T'I ". E. F.District.
..r its turn. learn of her death at Hawthorne, This District S.. I. I'rovi""nl'-lIr. W. -- - --- --.-- c
I hospital in New York and will be home i N Limliaugh, of Starke" young
The old monarch of the hackvnH which occurred September 9th, after a n in_ a short time.___ __ .I ofTcer!: has been detailed for duty at 1 ('.. Witt) chairman, B. E.: Brown, W. O. No. 8, Kaifonl l A. D. An.
" lingering illness of seven The A. II. Williams. :M. L. Sum ,I... ebairman. Jiieolm.. It. 11.
"<-k is made tender and palatable in years. Robert Blanchard, a Lawtey soldier th" University of North Carolina, Brooks w s. Lien J
i mh'utplI. A most delectable, steam! deceased was a member of the :Missionary boy writes that KB!! is well and having Chnp- I Hill, N. C., a" assistant inwtructnr I mer" Weaver T. B. Handley J. S. Blitch.
I nudidnsr is turned out in a few min- Baptist church, and was a noble a good time, Hays he wants for nothingall in military training H'1 left on I District' n. >B>, itrookerN -John Shriver /District No. !9, Worthington, S.
'"*. All intermittent processing Uj Christian character. Mrs. Mur- his wants being bounteously sup Tuesday to report on the :2 'ne in thirty minutes and the trou- rhee, before her marriage Is remem- plied.l He states that he is getting all I his no* post. He will be twcnty-on Ci! R. Colson! :M. (P. :Math'-iw. Roberts, J. S. Howard II. C. Peeplei*.
j!'osome bacteria and are killed her"d 1 by her friends at :Miss Hester he want. to eat and drink and i.i seeing years'' of age on the ;J"th, or on the day I' "District No. fi, Starke-N. T. HI'h., I District'; No. II). New River. -<',. W.
rever. spores :McKinney.She the Bights of what he calls a picturesque follow I in' the commencement of his. chairman f'. D. Gunn, A. M. Darby At is i survived by a devoted hus country. new w rk) Lieut Limbaugh said he I, C. Livingston 4. M. ,\Alvarez :M. W. Kelly B. J. Snpp, S. C. Crews. 'l
'cv-bones hog killing time spare rihs and band and adopted son, Charlie :McKinney Through dispatches' direct from the does not know how \long he will remain'; Mitchell ,It. A. Weeks, A. 7.. Adkin, District No I II, (Graham-. 4.
"" may be canned and kept one brother, Chas. ;McKinney, of War Department it has now beenlearnerf at Chapel Hill but expi .ti his stay F. F. Stump Sam Rosenberg, 4n. E.Vilsor :. Tones, chairman C. B. Roberts I D- JByr't .
\ indeRnitely) so may the sausaire. Alachua county and sister, :'olr!!. Ida by :Mr. and :Mrs. Ira Addison< I there will he short. for the officer! in \ J. It. Davis James Reynolds, C'hesteer I'uirir.Di 1
"..whole bior fat ox may be canned in Scarborough of Waldo. of Raiford. that their Mon, Private I comamnd of the Plattuburg training; District. No.7, Hamilton W. ft. .trict fin \I'{. Theronsa. tt. ('. I Hel.ercer. .
" same way, thus at anv time a Interment was at Waldo cemetery, Roman Addison, is held in a German told l all of the 5W>> fIO young men Seals, chairman J. V. .Joni, A. A. "h" man, D ... 'fur J. S.
inner lendtd tender roast! may be had for funeral services being conducted by prison. There has been considerable ramp there they they might expect to be in : Futch. A. J. Nimmo, Dr. W. E.: Middle- loebuck, C. \. Youngblond., A. L. SuU
without first visiting the city I 'ton, W. H. Alexander A. A. Durden. ivan.
the fate this France next April.
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t 7 Half bushel peanuts___--------_________--_ 1.00 .50 .19 Best litter of pigs, any breed---------------- ::1.01''

I'f" Week's Summary of the War ] 8 Half bushel field peas______________________ 1.00 .50:) 50 Best stallion51 --___----___--__------_______ .J.o" "

: 0 Collective exhibit of grain, seeds, etc., from Best mare________________________________ .1.00 -

I one farm, not less than ten varieties_----__10.00 5.00 52 Best colt under two years old---------------- :J.I/Il/
'' 53 Best mule raised in Bradford county-----____ 4.00 ,
tl" J TEN:: TIIOUSVM:; I'KISONKHS counts were well in advance of the attacking VEGETABLES n."
" FALL 10 ItltlllMl 'IKOOI'S troops, threatening to carryout 1st. 2nd 51 Best mule colt---------------------------- 3.00
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movement against
a turning( 55; Best jack_________________________________ ..1.01'POULTUY .
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Turks which _
, j y;. FIIIDAY-Thuihduy saw both the fleeing might prove 10 Bushel of sweet potatoes________________ $1.00 $

;. ', liritish and French armies in I'H-iirdj astrous of to them.the Mediterranean::Meanwhile along naval theshores 11 Bushel of Irish potatoes__--------__----_--_ 1.00 ,5(

\tF' 'I materially develop I their plans for the were clearing the coastal roads of the 12 Half dozen heads of cabbage----------__--__ 1.00 .50 PAIRS 1'1\ ,

' eventual enveloping of St Quentin I enemy by their gun fire. St 13 Half dozen pumpkins______________________ 1.00 .60 1st. 2nd. 1st.
Hides of
. ;; and Cambrai The British made' further To the south on both ;"Q,
the British and French have 11 Exhibit of plants___ __ 1.00 .50
\v I! gains around Gouicucourt; and Quentin egg -- -- ------------ 56 Plymouth Rocksuun$1.00 $ .50 $2.Oa i IIIG7

I I bust of K]>ihy, while the French nlrik\ :I nippers moved in which more is closely being the em jaws poised of ultimately the 15; Exhibit: of peppers_nn_nnUnunU 1.00 .50 Wyandottes ______________ 1.00 .50 2.00 : N I

t I ing southeast of St.; Quorum\ brought, < I to pinch St. Quentin out of the 1(; Exhibit of string beans (one hamper) __nun 1.00 .50 I 58 Rhode Island dsuu---- 1.00 .50 2.0U

i the southern part of their nipper into .I I battle line. Little fighting has devel- 17 Exhibit of cucumbers, two dozen __________ 1.00 .50 I I 1.00 III
'j for the against oped on the front held by the Americans -- 59 Leghorns --______--______ .50 2.011 u ,IIII
. the better town position, daily seemingly squeeze is growing north of St. ;Mihicl, but the long 18 Exhibit of tomatoes, one crate______________ 5.00 2.50 :I 60 Turkeys ______nnu____ 1.00 .50 2.00 00

T nearer shelling range American the big German guns are fortress heavily atletz. 19 Exhibit of strawberries two 1-qt. baskets---- l.UO .50 ,I 61 Guineas _________________ 1.00 .50 2.00 I II

J c More than ten thousand prisoner: :\ 20 Collective exhibit of vegetables____----__----10.00 5.00 62 Ducks __uunu___ 1.00 .50 2.00 I '

!\r\ and in excess of sixty large guns fell rench In Macedonia and Greeks the(continues British Serbians hard after -. MEAL, GRITS, .\NI CRUSHED FEEDS 63 Geese __uuu_____ 1.00 .50 2.00 1 'Ii'"'
i I t.'' into the hands of the British during
the Bulgarians, driving the enemy 1st. 2nd. 6.1 Pigeons --___--__--____-- 1.00 .50 2.00 I "
the big operation begun by Field
before them and taking large numbers
Marshal Ilaig Wc-dnesday northwest of prisoners. 21 Peck each of home bolted meal and grits1.00 $ .50 I COOKING
' 22 Collective exhibit of different kinds of crushed I

of St. Quentm. In addition, extr-molj
1st
i heavy casualties were inflicted on the ALLJJU1t'c1lJ; : : CONTINUE:; TO stock feed _____ _ ___________________ 2.00 1.00 I .!no.
attacks and Mf\SII: 'I UK: GfcKMAN LINES: fS; Loaf white yeast bread--------------------$ ,50 :
Germans the frontal
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f j, during violent counterattacks mud! COTTON 66 Corn bread_______________________________ ,5U ;;;;
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I I IB., >: 1id by them in an an endeavor to r"coupt satisfactorily in breaking( 1st. 2nd. 67 Plate of baking powder biscuits------------- 1.00 "

p\)! :1 their louses of ground. So badly was down the defenses of St. Quentin. On 23 Bale of Sea Island cotton___________________$5.00 $3.00: 68 Plate of soda biscuits---------------------- 1.00 ill,

(.!, ' the enemy hammered during this the the north Hindenburg the British positions are and fighting pressing in- 21 Largest and best stalk Sea Island cotton__-__ 1.00 .50 69 Pound cake------------------------------- 1.00

I I fighting that to stir he did from not has attempt trencher on, toward the canal between St. 25 Fifty pounds of Sea Island cotton in basket__ 1.00 .50 70 Cocoanut cake____________________________ 1.00 "I,,
j, IV) Thursday Quentin and Cambrai while on the 26 Bushel Sea Island cotton seed______ 1.00 .50
I lou/eai/icuit ---- ---- 71 Chocolate cake----------------------------
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and
tf except rear Kprhy: south the French are moving forward 1',',
I ; .: and to give: listless battle on ..Bu'atei! Fteadily SUGAR CANE. SYRUP AND SUGAR 72 Apple pie-------------------------------- .50 ,!:i
With the Australians already in the!
: Bettors to the south. Ilmdcnburg positions other British 1st. 2nd. i 73 Lemon pie________________________________ .50 ,25
,I ',:t. Northeast of Soissoons, the Germans '
: slur : forces are forcing the Germans to give 27 Best dozen stalks sugar cane_______________$2.00 $1.00 74 Pumpkin pie ________uuu_________ .50 .':j
counterattack viciously agauutthe
i are n, villages and other posi-
important
r tl I allied for.... holding: strategic up tions. The French are within two mien 28 Best cane syrup, not less than two quarts_--__ 1.00 .50 75 Sweet potato pie-------------------------- .50 .2i:

f.' 'l.. t I jrpitions. whi It me threatening the of the outskirts of St. Quontin. 2t! Best brown sugar, not less than 5 pounds----_ 1.00 .50 76 Nut fudge candy- .:)0 ?5

I' ,. i. it 1! high ground ale n; the C'hemin-Le and Southwest Americans of Metz recently where cleared the Froneh the ta., 30 Best collective exhibit of cane and cane prod 77 Best collection of home made candies, not

t : Dames, which the enemy hopes tot Mihiel salient, the Germans have) begun ucts______________ _____________________ 5.00 2.00. less than six varieties------------------- 2.00 1.00I
\.R save as a temporary haven of refugein other fires. Soldiers and wagon
t the event of a forced retirement trains have been moving( northwardand BEE PRODUCTS I I 78 Glass grape jelly-------------------------- ,)0: !;
r .''b from the west and! the south. Notwithstanding it ill believed the G'rmllnsllre pre- 1st. 2nd. 79 Glass strawberry jelly--------------------- ..5oSO ;

j f the strength of the on- paring retirement for a on possible! their allied own attack initiative or. U :31 Exhibit of comb honey not leis than 3 Ibs.____$1.00 $ .;)0 I,I Glass pear jelly-------------------------- .;;;0

:. t: ediuights, the French everywheiu repulsed Elsewhere: on the western front the :32 Best quart of strained honey__uuuuu 1.00 .50 81Iay haw jelly--___--__--____--____--____ .5f: )
: ) the enemy.I.ikfvvlse.siiuth situation is unchanged. I !82! Plum jam, glass--------------------------- .r O 2;
x ,, of the Aisnc in the MEAT PRODUCTS I 8:1: Strawberry jam in glass-------------------] ,
18.001)) TICKS :'c1.\1I1'$: I'UlsONIK: .50SI (
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of Courlandon the (:.iermansomleavored
:p ,',,t. region beat back the Fr..m'h.f' lt\ BUIIIslI ; 0\'Hit 120 GINS: 1st. 2nd. (I Glass jar peach preserves__________________ .:,u"
to ."." Home cured hams not less than three__ ____ I
yfi; but again met defeat the French art ;MONI>A\ --.With the violence of ) -- $2.00 $1.00 85; Glass jar plum preserves___________________ ;,
tiliery cutting the attacking waves the operations on the western front. ill :31 1 Home cured breakfast bacon, not less than I 86 Glass jar fig preserves.--------------------- ;."

//:0 \1 to pieces.On I I'rume tonsidcinblv diminished. ill intensity three pieces, n______ __ ________n________ 1.00 .:0 Glass watermelon ,
:, thoTuiks Palestine and the 87 jar preserves------------- .;"
{: front there has in lard_ ______ _______ 1.00
:, l the Lorraine Bulgarians and their allies ill Muo: :35; Best the pounds __ ___ .50 A8 Jar orange marmalade---------------------] .-1' u
{ 'A been considerable mutual artillery donia are t..injlJut to the test. In :3(5 Largest ham, must weigh 20 pounds prop- 89 Jar guava marmalade------ .::i"DO

1 ..I 4:, shelling !but nn bill infantry cngugetment. Palestine the Turks arcin Macedonia the prm'"s the erly trimmed___ __ _______________n__ 2.50 1.25; I -
'. A raid attempted by the Germans nf being crushed; in entente Jar pear butter--------------------------- I IDl

Ci4 C; ( against (;"11. )l'en>hing'n men into the forces enemy' arc fronts driving for sharp miles wedges 37 Collective exhibit of home cured hog products5.00 2.550'1; Jar grape butter_________________________ .:h, -

r. t'' tmitheust of Pont-A-Mousson; came to ;More than I KIIIII( Turks had beer mum i B2 nest collective exhibit: of' jams pickles, jellies ].

.. naught made prisoner by' the Untish and guns! 1st. 2nd. marmalades and preserves____________ i.OIl) _
In theuc..donlll; theater the Iulparlims in excess of 1 1JO:!() had I been counted 1111
\M are still in full flight before the last reports from Gen(; AII'nbyIIn.J 38 ]Lest exhibit of citrus fruit--__----____--___$1.00 $ .50 CANNED FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC.

t t the Sew..bians, who have recaptured still to the others rapidity had not of the.been movement countedowing :39!) Best ten pound: pecans grown in county_--__ 2.00 1.00 I, 1st. .

numerous towns taken large\ num- It 11 not improhnble I that within the 10 Best Japan persimmons, not less than a dozen 5.00 2.50: I !J3 Jar of strawberries__________________ _$ .:,n

( tiers of prisoners and great quantitiesof | bug drawn, the strings closing of the which, mouth have thousands Icon, 1st. 2nd. :Sid.GUAM : 01 Jar of huckleberries______________________ .. .;)11
f; taut
stories. Following the usual .
,i war ( Teutonic allies, the enemy of Turks are e-nmoshed. J) PRIZE i 95 Jar of peaches____________________________ ,.')1.
laities of the
PilI I i is devastating the country hi .Mt hough considerable: the Turks lesistanee nt some to pointsolTereI the 11 Grand Agricultural Prize__________$20.00 $15.00; $10.00 Pfi Jar of corn_______________________________ -.1 o>

.t traverses, leaving it a vvildeines British lit no )point. v\ere they able to LIVE STOCK( i 97 Jar of English peas_--_--_--_________----_ ,3u:;1> '

i.., through the use of the torch and<1 ox- stay Hold .the.Armageddon advance,, oven. which on I the the famous British 1st. 2nd. 98 Jar of field peas___----_--_______----_--___ ,:,n

s. )plosives. I cavalry swept across mind occupiedNaza 12 Best milch cow_ __--_ _-- --___----_____----$1.00 $2.00 !99! Jar of okra---------------------------------e: \

l In European Russia the the lnUluvikiand I met Fm to the ninth In within the operation the- 13: Best bull--------------------------------- 1.00 2.00 100 Jar of tomatoes_________________________ ..;uu
the d; i'mans for l11..m..lltselln of ri.'wingtiw enemy
i to have I the upper' hand over the' sack airmen "played an important role. .1 11 1 Best: beef steer--------------------------- 1.00 200 101 Jar of beans-------------------------------'-..

Czceho-Slovaks, will have been compelled vigorously, inflicting bombing enormous the retreatingTurls casualtieson 1 15; nest calf under one year old] __--_--__________ 2.00 1.00 102 Jar sweet pickles-------------------------- .:,11

I to e\at.iiate V'olsk Simlnrsk theta 1(5 Best sample of the old razor back hog---_____ 2.00 1.00 103: Jar sour pickles--_--______________----__ 'ill

and furies Kurun.is attributed The sueeess to u of lack the of enemy ammunition Macedonia the; fray with; the the Italians British have, Serbian!loaned 17 Best boar, any breed_--____ _____--_--______ 3.00: ,,1.50.., ----(Continued on Page 6.))- --- --

and other supplies by the nnd Greek troops and are hard, aftor ------ _n_ ._.. u_. __ _
i'' the Bulgarians mind their nlli.110
Veino-Slovakx In tians-Caucasia the ,
are" being driven through southe'nSrrhill. that territory for the Russians.
: liritish force which .recently went to In all theatres of the war the entente '
: the relief of the besieged Armenians On the British front the British allies have the initiative In their I
;; liaku) him been compelled to withdrawinto north of the Searrio! river advanifcl hand! and are pressing their advantage
t north Persia in the face of the their line on n two-mile front whileeastvvarel rigorously. The Germans anti CONTINUING THE GREAT[
I large\ Turkish forces and the ineffectiveness \ of this point they have captured their allies nowhere are able to do I
several strong German: positions, more than stand! on the defensive, and' I
of the Uusso-Armeiiinn aid
On that part of the front hold by the in Palestine and, :Macedonia their efforts
I French) there was little activity exceptby in this respect have proved sorry I
ItRITISU AMI FUi\fll::; STRIKE
the opposing artillery which nt ones.
i 'IUKKS IN 1 III; MOl.'i' I..M times was heavy.On --
the Lorraine front the Americans UAU WOIU11': \1i-:;
SATURIAY-told Land is aflame have canned out two successful SACRIFICE SALE
under the impetus of n mighty stroke raids against he Germans and taken Jacksonville! c ;pt. 2: : .- "One Million : ,
by the British, French and friendly, prisoners In addition some casualties Dollars From Florida For" Our
Arab forces and the Turks from the were inflicted on the enemy and several Boys," n the slogan of the Unite'11: I I
Jordan river eastward to the Mediterranean -
captured
guns were War Work Campaign which was
seemingly are in rout.
Added to their already heavy lossesin launched in Jacksonville the. week of Our is clean house the end !
j .tl.l IFS:: pUIC: 'rRIrTONIC1.: ) : custom to at of each season in order that
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ground men killed wounded or enp- I.IKS: HnON M.I. FRONTSTUF.SI September Kith; 'Ah"'n delegates: 1'1'11111'e'ry
tured, and .stores captured in Belgium county in the state attended, the odds and ends of off-season ,goods: may he moved out. We take

Frame, Italy and the ft.ilkans, the I ().\Y-Disasters have overtaken .\uno .Cjo\a this in order to have for and I
;) course more line of
Teiitiinie allies, judging from first reports ) the armies. of the Teutonic allies \\I"pu')111r saps oiu ui! space our new goods,
of the hostilities begun against 1011 nil fields.In the[ inspiring two lay conferenceIt to avoid carrying goods to another season. This fall we have some
the Ottoman ill Palestine, are in for : Palestine the Turks are nil but ill ('residentVilsos wish that
further extremely hard usage.\ absolutely crushed; Macedonia: the all\ sewn ri'c-nijnuoil agencies doing rare bargains to offer in .
In lens than a day Jen.: Allenby'uBritish entente forces are harrying their fois. war work l>n unified in ant grout
i forces, aided |Ioy French troops ,and threatening them with similar disinters campaign to provide comfort for our
and natives under the Hag of the Kingof in I Franco the British and WOMEN MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING
the lledias., stunk. .. the Turkish line French troops .slowly but surely me boys l in the training( lUMpS on this ,
over a front of sixteen, miles anti tient'tratoil eating then any into the vitals of the silo and overseas Line of creed and SHOES HATS and FURNISHINGSWe
'g j it to n depth| of twelve miles, German defensive positions the collapse rare, of petty I'rf'ju"i..i"IlIIi,11, inlm ,
taken more than limo Turks prisoner of which would result in import- : coming( drive It !is M lie, nn American -
t and overrunning the .entire hostile ant changes all moot the western battle -
defensive system. I uUvav! and, highway front and in ea-torn, Siberia the. effort for Amenta ioya\ and are offering greatly reduced prices on goods that will be certain
junction points acre captured; and Japanese have made ullit'ivnl, stride, those of our Allies. who sale l hy side
strong forces of cavalry at last ac forward in the pro,'e--. of reclaiming are beating back: the Htm. to cost much more next year. All goods are steadily rising in price,

Organization; to CIII'r)' on the! dive and it will pay you to buy and hold some of these great values. Here
the week of November;; 11th to 18th
few samr'' of the offer
are a PREMIUM LIST are being perfected) In every county
in the state. Dr. 1.\[ Hue, of Tampa
Men's Suits $6.95 up I Ladies' Coats $4.95 upBoys.
is chairman for the state in the! drive'
and J. Herbert Wilson is State Direc- Suits 2.98 up Ladies' ShoesChildren's .98 up
Bradford County Fair tor. !Men's Shoes 2.19 up! ShoesLadies' 98 upMen.s
The seven agencies which are handed : l.1 l- I
and Boys' Hats .95 up I Waists ...; up
together in this common cause firour
boys are the Y. ;\1. C. A.. th V Outing Flannel .29 up : Percales Homespun, etc. .17 up
LAKE BUTLER FLA.
W. C. A. the Knights of Cot'm'm'
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Our line of Groceries is the most complete in town. Our prices are
the War Camp Community Seri i '0.
k Ithe I American Library A 'sue:"Ui'n the cheapest. Price our 1roceries---you will then trade with us. $t.VO
Nov. 1 12-16 1 1918 1 .,
the. Jewish Welfare I'i:":i-d s War Swings Stamp given with each $25.00 purchase during this sale.
I Salvation Army.
HAY, FORAGE, ETC. I,!
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+ Mr. Recommends fliimH '' .' '
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+b L. 1 nest hale of hay on exhibit______________ ____? \1)) $lAt' Liniment '. Cash Department StoreSAM
"I bott'e' of Ch-- -
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Liniment in the house nt p" i'-'
3 Half dozen bundles oats: __ ________________ '0; have used it for )'pan. T* ...' ROSENBERG Proprietor

-I Bundle l of forage plant, not less than 10 pounds rheumatic pains ou'ckT tu".- ,

GRAIN SEEDS ETC. I ever inod. have I"n'-
STARKE
it to my neighbor "-'d FLORIDA
II 2nd. have used it micr..mf. ""-." -'
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Bradford County Telegraph iling at the home of their son, A. C. I was the guest of Mrs. C. B. Hubert-. ( AFTER 22 YEARS n great shock to his family

. Durden at Tampa. lust week. friends.
:MI-H./ Josephine Sullivan, of this. :Mrs. Ethel Strickland of Waldo, \ i 1'- Dr. A. :M. Bennettof this city conducted COTTON

PublishedVrekly, and fntered an second place. rind Mrs. A. L. Sullivan, of The- ited her parents here, :Mr. und ;Mr<. SUFFERING HER the funeral services, which

clans: matter at the pCHtofTiriStarke. lit ifssu, pent the week-end in Jacksonville Ben Wilder, last week.A .
the guests. of relatives. party composed of :Mr. and :Mr*.. took place at 11 o'clock Kriday morning

Florida.K. I I'. J. 1'eurce left :Monday morninu'for R. "W. :Surrency. Mr. and Mrll.lal'h,1: at Old Providence church. II. A. WHILE 'HOLDINGINSURE

"' Kngle Lake where he will make' Burgess Mrs.. I\I). J. Byrd nnd daughter TROUBLESENDEH Wilson, of this city, was funeral die
;. S. :MAT1IIKWS. Edit or and Owner. hi* future home. Kthel; :Mrs. J. C. :l.IRrry1": -. .1.

J. C. KOHINSON:' AsHociate Mitor.SEPTEMBER. A cordial 1 invitation is extended tu. II. Surrency and children and ThoyDyal rector. WITH [
the pulilie' by the members of tht. \ enjoyed a little fish fry on Sampson Mr. Bailey had for a period of 45:

| the public by the members of the lake Friday. Finh. being plentiful MRS OWENBY GAINED 1 11 years been a resident of the Ellisville J. R Davis & Co
Christian ihurch to attend the convention everybody, hud a jolly good time.I .
I9J8 tu be held here next Saturday amiSunday. I). J. Byrd miide a business trip t'JAlachua POUNDS ON TAN LAC ANO neighborhood and his place will be STARKE [

Ilinner will be served at the Friday.J. difficult to fill. FLORIDA J JI
HER HEALTH HAS BEE.'JENTIRELY J
,church Sunday.lion't II. KcynoliU and, Frank and Daisy He leaves to mourn his death a devoted

i forget the patriotic lecture at Reynolds left Friday by nutomobilt RESTORED SH= wife and three daughters, 1\Irs.1
the :Masonic Hall :Monday night by for Daytuna, where they will visit:
:Mrs Lillian B. Fulton. Lacy Reynolds.Messrs. DELCARES. W. II. Shallar, of Lulu, Mrs O. B. !, I I 1 I I I t 1+++++++++++++++++

1112 1314 i i Keel Cross pledges for the second Jesse nd I :Marvin Ogden, accompanied Clark, of Ft. White and :Miss Ella ,I !

war relief fund may he paid at the by Misses :Mae :McKinney "Ever since I was eleven years oM, Bailey, of route A, Lake City and(, : : COMPARISON

bunk to the treasurer, A. A. Futch, or and Onie Graves, attended the show at until after I started taking: Tanlac recently four sons, G. W., W. G., and J. A. tVe
W6Mmi92fm23M2fflZZ2S ut the poHtuflice to A. J. N'immo, whnI Starke night.Mr INVITE comparison '
Friday I've suffered: misery with my Bailey, of route A, Fort White and J. I loth
I I is secretary, and proper credit; will be : and Mrs.: I'ercy Jones spent the stomach," said Mrs. Katie Owenby, a i |::| as to price and quality ,,i ?
given., The final payment will be due week-end at LaCrosse. with relatives well known Chuttnnootra, Tennessee, A. Bailey, Lake {'ity.-Lake City In choice line of ?

Sept. iiOth :Mr. and Mrs. 1:. R. Jones, Ethel Byrd woman, living ut 121 Vine street, re- dex. :::

2&M and Jim Norris attended! the show at cently. --- :J:: GROCERIES

CROSBY LAKE NEWS Starke Saturday night.Dr. -"Yes78i = "ior tmtY tWo Withstand the Heat of +
The
long
years Strong !
) Thomas made n business trip to You need themn.unt h,,,
.. ----- I never knew what it was to be able Summer Better Than the Weak
Lake, 27. Lawton Starke Wednesday.Mrs. them.
Crosby Sept. |
what without terrible
I wanted
to eat
(INK= ; SUNDAY'S= SAVING OFGASOLINE Bryant was visiting in this section re : Alma Byrd, of Louise, !lpl'ntthp sufterinff afterward," she continued. Old people who are fc,blo and yuuniter people After comparing our !Kooils nd
cently.Misse.s. week-end here with her parents. who are weak, will be strengthened and ,enabled
= : Sadie und Kittie Bryant visited :Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Barry.Mrs. "I suffered with pains between my Ho through the depreiuinn. heat of summer by tali- 1 prices with others, \\lion v>

at tho home of II. :M. :McKae Saturday : Sum I'ons. and son, Ferman, of shoulders and my stomach Just felt loll GROVE'S TASTELESSchlllTONIC. It puriilcianJ KNOW; why \\.etavc r.ti, IIIMIKE'S
American people locked like there was a hot brick in it. It enriches the blood and builds up the whulo system.
When the afternoon.H. I :Monteocha, were business visitors to would all bloated up from gas that You can suon rL",111I Streuttthuuluif,luvUuiatlnit : : FRUIT SJCKEM
automobiles for guslcss :M. ;McKae and daughter Louise get .
up their II I our burg Friday. formeuM Hioke and smother Effect. 60c.COFFINS I
Sunday on :September 1, they saved attended church at Rising Sunday. I ;Miss Vinnie Lane made a biisinc-= so I could hardly Ret my breath. I II I I I Ml I >* I 'I t M HtfrHHAsk ++
General Walter Underbill and family spent trip to Waldo Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
to provide nervous that often I couldn'tlay "
tnough money Sunday ut the home of :M. J. :\lcI ae. : and Mrs. Odell Abernathy attended I was so
PrrshinR's Army with 5,001)) machine in bed, but would l get up and walk
Misses EVil and Louise ;McKue spent the show at Starke :Saturdaynight. CASKETS
the floor for hours at he time.
guns, costing $:!.">(O) each. Thursday nfternoon with :Mrs. H. S.Edward.4 I Your
And full line of
They saved enough money to buy of thi.s vicinity.Frank K. U. Jones made a business trip to I "I had heard so much about the won a
Starling ami Arthur :McKae., Waldo Saturday. derful relief Tanlac was bringing suffering Undertakers' Supplies
for the American Expeditionary;
food
people that I decided to try it,
Waldo Saturday
of thi.s section attended church at Kining Dock Hilliard was in
Forces in Europe for two whole days. :Sunday. on business. and it's the honest truth, after taking Automobile Hearse.

They saved enough money to pro :Miss Ola Bryant and sister.. :Mamie John Surrency has returned from five bottles I haven't a sijfn of trouble.I Always on hand. The best service

vide General I'ershing's Army with are visiting their uncle, John Thorn Tampa where he has been visiting for eat anything I want and never have at the lowest prices. Special

hand ICrenad..s.I ton, of New Kiver this week. the past two weeks.Mr. any pains or even feel uncomfortable. attention to telegraph orders.
\ 2HOO,000 The farmers of this section are very : and Mrs. Claude Dirt, of Louise, The nervousness is all $gone and I sleep
--
I They nuvcd enough money to pay sound all night long, and test in the '
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busy hauling in their corn. : tpent the week-end here with Mr. und up
for 30,7 J completely euipqped rifles Earney Bryant visited his uncle, Mrs. A. Lo ne.i morning feeling fine and full of energy. Registered Embalmer iurrEES

which the America ninfantryman Lawton Bryant Wednesday night.CLAY i Tom Stewart spent the weekendlere I've gained twelve pounds in

curries when he goes into conflict. .-- .. with his family. weight and my improvement is the III DeWITT C. JONES "- - '. , ,-, .. .

These figures were revealed in a HILL ITEMS: :Mr. and :\Ir!!. :Mouse and Dr. Smith, talk of the neighborhood. All my Starke. Fla.

\ Treasury statement, appealing to tho of Atlanta, were guests of Mr. :an'l friend.s compliment" rne on the way I i :. Best By EveryTest;
look now Tunlac is sold by C. P.
I, I its Havings Clay Hill Sept. 27.-The farmers in Mrs. Thomas Tuesday.Mrs. .
American public to turn Cason in Stark, and by druggist -- -- ----
I the Clay II section are all busy gathering : N. 1). Davis: is on the sick list one
from abstinence into War Savings All made this week I" every town in Bradford county. ; Tint Quinine That uocs fta ...ftct tho! HeuaBeciune

I:j Stamps or set them aside for investment W. A.corn.Starling/ und son good, Horace yields.motored -- Adv. of In tonic ami I laxative: uirct. I.AX.V Piles Cured In 6 to M Days

\ in Liberty Honda. The Treasury over to Luwtey :Saturday after CLOWN !'IUSC'I''lI.l.n WHITES ro-opKKATiVK-tlU0'; ; I.I'E.STOCK TIVK Quitiiue BK'.ioorjN'---mid ciucH' no: *..aiHC uer\ouMiem limn or.lmnrv norniieiue DruSRl.'H euro Itchlnil.refunil Blinil money, Ulpwlinu If PAZO. or Prutrudlot OINTMENTtu'ito PjInHtnntly '
:: : : I
Statement reminded the public thlltth..so noon. i TO HIS FATIIEK: THE KAISER:; In head. Remember Hie lull nnmeandloolt relieves Itchmft rUetf.i anil uu racare
\l effected Mrs./ llcssie. Adams and children, lor the kiicnature. e< li. W. (;;(0\1>. iic I tul oloea after tho fUst apvlluitiuu: Ftut'
which being
savings are /
in Curl and Thelma, wen- visiting her On the I Hun,
are of no vuluo to the Government i conversation is one of thol I
\ parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. E. H. Carter, Somewhere ia Franco, I'erhup.t ===
: its prosecution of the war unless and family during the week.Nelson i l>ig"p't"ord"\ :n vocabulary at iho c-
0 Tim---
July :!
they are made available for its use ; I'rc'Hcolt was a visitor to present: time und along with this
1 t \ The Fuel! Adminlbtrntion reported Luwtey Saturday.S. Dear 1'lIpu-.ll1m: vriting! on de run, I .-houKl ffa co-operation. The farmers
'
that the savings of gasoline on the J. Starling was attending to busineim i- ns de brave and glorious soldiers under und stockmen of the slate under present
in Highland Saturday, and whilethire I my command haf not seen deRhine conditions should do more cooperative :
I" second gasless Sunday amounted to haf ntnrted From Tacks
: attended, ('hurl'h.I for so long dut doy work and cooporu'ivu uying UpThis
I five million ,gallons which valued at I II I Miss :Mae Tanner of Maxville, WIIH buck, lilt WilY and', of course, I am especially! in the puivhasir.ic n"livestock
going mid them. Ohpapa, dure hasbeen
25 cts. u gi.llon. meant a saving/ of visiting fricudt and relatives in thi.s
I I I J. J[1. !Scott' alumni
. I j ((123; > tank curs for an average haul, of suction tht? past week.Mr. some offel dings happened herein s.ty.i;
milcH.'It : and :Mrn. 1I1'nnililolfc1ey: were France. First, I fctartcd in my biir industr.t: > 11. ( xp! riment tintion. -
'f 222 visitors to Highland, Saturday.Messrs. .
offensive which to crush do fool
: ... B.] 1'ndgctt, Wilbur I'arrish was is HARDWARE and sell
. a store we
Thi> sn.nl I furinur \vl. lins, ,, \
t GIKL HKSKKVKS: and Hurdoe I'ndgett were among the Americans! but they know so little n : n a
visitors to Starke Saturday bout military tactics dat they will notcrushed few head of stock may fed that ho HARDWARE exclusively.

. \ "1',) Face Life Squarely" is the slogan :Mrs. Ilessic Adams "I'nt'e"n"I1 I be like I want dom. I sent my cannot afford to buy a good, siro to But handle EVERYTHING in Hardware

' I and To Find and. Give the Uest, the day night with her grandparents, Mr. men in der! fight in bip waves an'1 V! e in his herd. In a case of this kind we

, purpose of tho Girl I KonorveR. the national I and,: :Mrs.. Curtis S. J.Sttirling Starling.Mr. was. visiting/ Mr. \ when they got to the Americans dey it would be well for two or three farmers from a tack up.STARKE.

I movc-mcncnt of the Young Wo and :\Irl<. Ihivi.l Higginbotharn of ,,1111 said "Boo" us loud ns tln>y could to go together anil buy the necessary

l I men's Christian Association, j jlut t I jMuxyilW: ( Saturday night. ,. holler. Veil, according to vat you hat breeding stock. In this way : HARDWARE: CO.

\ J1 : formed for young girls. | Misses :Miimie I'rescott and I'earl alvays told me, ,Americans!! should they could reduce the initial cost for I

"I'' It includes In its memborhhip Padgett and Mrs. 1"'nniKIoR..ley: wore haf turned und. run tike blazes But each one, and at tho same time it Starke, Horida
;. prude school. Junior high school and voting ;Mr. nnd Mrs.' E. H. CarterSunday would be bringing better livestock into '
afttiTioon.Mixsc.s "lit do you tink! Dem fool Americansdon't I
f young employed girls between thu I ; Kl.i and Carrie Htal'inIC1'! (' know anything about war' nnd the com I1Il1nit)'. This will mean animprovrment \ -----
of 1(1( and 18. I Kuinbow ( 'Iuh!!. IlrSquare in the of livetnik
t ages guc-tp. Sunday at the home of E.: II. instead of runninir de odor way dey quality -
,'; clubs. and, other clubs previously .Carter. I :- and at the pruM nt hiirh priifof .
formed nmoiv? irirN of this nge by I 5 Mr.; and Mrs.: J. U. los'ley'r.re visiting ;tame right, toward us. Some of dom foods tho, average* farmer cannotafford I-

I local Y.W.C'.A.'s will bo incorporatedin the lattcr's parents; Sunday in was singing something! about., "Vo vont" feeds to IT IS A MOMENTOUS
the Black Creek suction. come buck! till it's over, over there, to feed high prifcd i\ QUESTION

I the movement. Horace Sim-ling and !Nelson: I'res or some other foolish song\, und home poor quality of livestock. Thon, too,

Tho Unit of organization is a cott spent Sunday visiting friends in of dem luffing/ like di, hilfool\ !!. the small farmer who does not have I ,

corps made up of ten to twentygirls. :M.ixville.Messrs.. 'Dey are so i norllnt. But dey. are enough stock to make up a carload forshipment '.- _

I Two form : W. II. and II. I II. Carter were ; offel reckless mit der and vcndey .... .JL.c"( : '
or more company guns to market could .
cooperate _
; visiting in the Clay Hill section Sunday 'J., . .... I-i your home insured against m>
" and all companies in a community come towards us it was den dot my farmers and fill -
; afternoon.Messrs. with other a car. : --"rr ( : Wise people could not Bleep ea."K
j:' form n divison. Officers: of the corps''' E.: II. Carter and f'D.. Lung : men took a notion dey wanted to gobuck Each man's can be branded or marked I 1 'Srit..I':; :J if they did! not have a policy in <>n<

I \ company' and division will be girla were business visitors: to Jacksonville I to der dear old Rhine. Vo don'tlike so when they reach the market they : ;. of our reliable companies. :Ni'-
themselves. A the past week de little old 1 dirty Marne: river any
: \ elected by the girls can be easily identified and weighodup I that the policy would save thi-n
1 lt>v. Taylor filled his regular appointment 1 how. And, oh, dem Americans
business papa
woman
college or This will reduce the
. young separately
I
i und lives but it would n-p
at Highland
Saturday use such otTel language. )Dey know or property
, trained for such leadership will be COAt of shipment to each farmer, and
J'" Sunday. nottings of kultur and, such offel resent an indemnity for your lost-
''I ,< advisor to each corps. Mrs. \\'. A. Starling was visiting i lay at the same time will guarantee full etc. If
:Mr. nnd :Mrs. II. C. Carter Thursday dings! right before us. And dey talk market value for his stock. [ on the property furniture,
the of ten
Any girl between ages afternoon. blasphemy, too Vat you tink dey said i you arc not insured, come in ami

ami eighteen may become n Girl right in front of my face ? One big I :MATTHEW BAILEY DEAD/ ..'O see us today about a policy.
connected with
Keserve. Expenses
/ GKAIIAM from call Arkansas
Huskey u place doy i -
the work are nominal the cost of an
he said-oh, papa, I hate to tell you I II The community of Ellisville was
!i- Graham, Sept. 27.! -Wiley Kelly, of
arm band or hat band. The insignia <
vat an olTel ding he said-but I can'thelp
the blue of the Y. W. C. A., already !New: Kiver was a. business visitor here I greatly saddened last Thursday when
known throughout Europe and America Monday. it-ho "said, "to hell mit der Kaiser :Matthew Hailey, one of its most respected

with thj initials, G. U., within C'. II. I Kobcrtx made a business trip I !" Did you ever hear unyding sootfcl citizens, passed to the great I JOS. E. WILSON
to : vould
?
WaldoIonday. I didn't tink anybody
it and Y. W. C. A. below\ it say been ill
had
beyond. :Mr. Bailey only
:Mrs. N. I/I. Wynn last week at
spent : such 1otf,1 ting so I turned and run
The object of the movement is. to Sampson City with her parents, :Mr.
mit de other Vas I right ? Vllt'lnd
give through normal natural activities and<1 1Irs.; A. J. :McKinney.Mr. I boys. Urove's Tasteless chill Tonicreotor' STARKE FLORIDA .
: and !Mrs. O. W. I'yal were called ,\ oh, pupa, you know dem breastplates
the habits' insights. und ideals I vitality and energy by purifying and anilchlni I I II
ti> the bedside of their sister, :Mrs. vat you sent us--can you send
which will make thorn responsible tho bluod. You can soon feel Iti Strengthfnlnu I I
Frank Murrhee, at :Melrone Monday.Mrs. .
some to put on our backs ? You know lovlijorotluil Effect. Price We.
\YomI'll' capable and ready to help Jim Graves visited her brother, I andbreast
ve are going de other way now
make! America more true to its best John Aberniithy, in Jacksonville, last --- -
week.Mr.. plates are no good, for der cowardly
hopes and traditions. It is part of it
and Mrs. Alvin :McKinney and Americans are shooting u.s right .
national and l international movement mother. .\11'.. ( 'hurlieIt'Kinn..y: visitud in der buck. Some of our boys took II

for girla and women being undertaken relatives nt Melrose' Tuesday.Mr. . I olT der breast plates and put 'em behind

by the Y. W. C. .\. John I 11 It'll, of Monteocha was, a : but dor fool Americans are playing : Your Pocketlji
hu. it1t'I<'4 visitor here Tuesday.Chesley I When.
The activities of the Girl Itosorves Fogg mud.- business trip: : "Der :Star Spangled Banner mi

arc centered 'aivind 1 t''o"' .. ''''1' to Gainesville Tuesday.K. machine guns on dom I'tatus.' Can't

development! *. Ivaltli. knowledge, srrvlci W. Surrency made: a !business trip I you help ui; ? You remember in yourfpei'ch
ami 1 spirit. A sound body, a
to Waldo Tuesday.
: said nod ing could! .stand before
you /
\I'niOl.1len"OJ of social responsibility Hoy Koberts and,! wife, of \Vllteroak'a" ,
together' with an understanding' spirit \\ in our burg Tuesday.Hen I der I brave German soldier? Oh, Your II

which gives color and balance to Wilder went to Wa'do' ,' Tuesday., papa, I don't believe dese ignorant Is BankYour

life are what girN of the teen aipeneed. While there he will lie under the care I Americans can ever read your speech .

of /I'r. Lamb.Howev for doy run after us just liku ve was
will I :
Th" program include Strickland and\ sisters !
Lilly lot of rabbits. Vot tink of dot ?
outdoor activities and wholesome recreation n you I Ia
and l Hattie, of Waldo, Mere pleasant
intermingled with study of visitors hero Tuesday.Mrs. I Can't you send clem somu of your doesn't last Icng. It just
'I slips
things worth knowing. Li/y.ie Surrency was shopping speeches right away ? Dey don't know money away

The code of th..lfeuc\ Triangle in Starke TuesllllY.I : how terrible ve are. Can't you move litttle at a time until there is nothing left and
Willie Trice left : for Jacksonville
jrirls is: A.. a Girl Reserve I will lie I where he Monday will enlist in the my army back to Belgium vcre ve von then you wonder where it went.

jrrrcloin in manner, impartial in navy. I all our glory ? :My men can vip all d 1"

judgment, ready in service, loyal to :Mr*. Verdie, Smith, of Sampson City, I wimmen and children vet dem Bel-

friends reaching toward the best, I was here Wednesday\ on business.J. i giums can bring up. But dose Americans It is safe when it is deposited in

earnest in purpose, seeing; the beautiful I I'. IJohiTts made n business trip and i Vucan't
are so rough noTnnt. this bank and is here when
eaper for knowledge, reverent to Jacksonville Wednesday. I you
to (10.1.! victorious over self, ever dependah'n. J. A. .McKinnoy: business make 'em understand dot ve are need it Don't
a think
was
that
sincere at nil times."I I visitor here Wednesday.Marshal de greatest soldiers on earth, nnd VE'nve you

wi'l" do and my best to honor God, Burgos" *', of Alabama, visIted try to sing: "Deutschland Ubcr would be the better way?
mv co
ntry my community, to "
Alles, like lot of
dey laugh a mon
rutatmM here
help other qrirls and to he in all " last week.

winn 'loyal, true member of the I Matthew :McKinney" of Lake Butler, keys. But ve are getting do best of "

Girl Reserves," is> the pledge! of ':::a pleaiuntmtor I here Thursday. dor American. Vo can out run demo BANK OF STARK .

membership. I Papa, if \e are not the best fighters

\\ -.--- -- No Worms lit a healthy Child I on earth ve are sure the best runner1*.
All children troubled with worms have an unhealthy mit
can't we
IIAMITOXlTnmr : Nobody keep up usen
color,which Indicate* poor blood and t*m State and
rule, thirre Is mnre or leu utomiwh di.'urh meKOVE tink of der dear old Rhine, and! mv County City Deposit ry
;'.I..nt..v A'a.. WA" a P'U""t at .* two or three week* will enrich the blund. Improve STARKE FLA.
dear old' river. Let know rIght
the dUeitlou. nail art mt a Uenere.1 StrentthcninaTinilc me
Hone I'ntl Monday and
Tuesday.
to the whole eyitera. !Nature ..11\111.\ vot to do by return postoffice. I .u
T.itt' 'nl" Terrell who away
bus been
throw off >
or du.pelth. rmo.ant the Child wl!! >
quite ill, i III convalescing nicely la perfect health.- .' -Habitat- 10 fjJu. uc pel Uxt:" I CLOWN PRINCE WILUE. --.n =









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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER: 27, 1918 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. I'MaFlVR

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I' turc, UI"I'lItilatur" in the roof lot I
1 that embraces most of the region $1Mi
where newspapers are getting the (I carry out thin nir. A dead air spacein ,

greater portion of their dope nnd I the walls is made by nailing building I,
: would like to make mention of nil that I paper hoth inside and outside of i

? Bits of LocalInformation I know but it would just 1 be flipped I I the btiiMiiiir. niiii the walla made! tight t,;
outer>' nicely and neatly by the. con-
with good IlIm!>!'r. The same

:JII' M u!!'.mm the time the'flrst. rays of day- i I, ion is made overhead in the lrn\'i"1, I Good Reading

light how across the eastern hills. one If the storage house is located on ? :JN
niny hear the continuous road of allied i wet ground it is necessary to have a

j C..r.rtt/ OmrIn r..b. 7..M... tituf aeroplanes, and to stand watchingthem floor I 15 to I IK! inches above the ground I. I . .::::. - : =- =.: - --, ,---
rNliNJ/4 .*. c..O"..d r._ reminds me very much of graft' but on sandy well drained land this j j'I
numbers of swallows darting in all directions fla
I French floor ran he dit>pc'nscdvith.. The bins
through the air The
.. I pilots and planes are to bp highly 1 are made of .slats and have removable I 'I The best reading is not always to bo found in the t 4

11- praised because they,, have attained a''' bottoms. They must bo set off the so-called "best sellers:
up
Mrs J. II. Fields is visiting her husimnc Juclru J. T. Wills of Gainesville, is standard almost et that of the i
at aldosta, Ga., this week. spending several days of this week in Americans. This being through our I' floor so that there will be a free circulation
:Starke:; with relatives. invention of the most wonderful aeronautical of air on all sides. If the
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B'D.. !, ----- -- -- MILLINERY
Mi and Mrs. Kelly, of Rai- motor ever built the Liberty. bins are built amiss the house, they
Cu;" were visitors to :Starke Tuesday. I I R. Feinberg, one of I ake Butler'swell I I have been told, however, that the : may be 4 feet wide by 8 fat deep.)
.-- -- --. --- I:. known merchants, was a business Frenchman have. the highest record '.
I Fill the lower then I
linen first lay removable -
Seed rye and rape. Cash and Carry visitor to Starke Wednesday. I when it comes to handling a machine .1' i
| Store I' I with precision and in my mind this is bottoms and fill to the top!

I F. E., Chase, formerly of Starke but very true, as I have witnessed many of the house, leaving. n fi-ineh airspace ': .. The entire line is made of selections i
:Messrs. Lacy Wynn and N. T. Ritch now a resident of Jacksonville, spent ''I performances by these aviators that '' between the potatoes in each ft up many ,

war' business visitors to :Sapp:; Tucs- '. the week-end here with relatives would cause the spectators to hold bin and the above bin each of rareindj.jJual merit, andill stamp the .
----- -- -- I their breath. 'I .
,lIIi I S. T. Dowling, of Raiford, chairman |I I The raids. are mostly made at night, I Any building that can be properly[ wearer as decidedly a I person of today ;

Mrs John Holton, of Tampa, is visnii of the board of county commissioners and) the weather conditions must be heated, xcnttl.itecl and monde 1 tight 1":'. ti
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relatives in :Starke:; for a few was transacting business in Starke ) favorable A moonlight sky is l preferable may bo used for sweet potato Rt.>r- '. '.f !::; Then the prices read so good.
Monday. for either the or our ma
duy chines. When thp dead enemy hours of the ''age. Wooden buildings have proven :;; : Come see them and you will agree with us,

I" ,t received; a car of kiln dried Volley F. Manning, a well known I night are peacefully passing off someone I most satisfactory, as there is no accumulation -
Trading Co. young Staike man, is now living: in is awakened by the roaring soundof of moisture on the wall''. f.1..
,rr" Young. Baltimore where he is employed in an I a Boche plane on its way to some of An unused store room can be remodeled .
I ammunition factory. the larger cities to dos its!!! work of de for the purpose[ at small cost ]
F A. Scott, who is now employed in ----.--- struction. Then all the fellows .get up __ i V
I Jacksonville spent :Sunday:; with his I Mr. and :Mrs. A. F. Philips have returned and look out because they like to seethe '

| family .... .. to Tallahassee after( spending excitement. Pretty soon long penetrating rLASSIFIEDIADVERTISING KNIGHT'S MILLINERY .
--- I several days in Starke as guests of his rays from a great number, of r.
Miss\ Alice Thornton, of Raiford, mother :Mrs. Emily I'hilipll.Ir.: Philips powerful searchlights flash across the ,
spent the week-end with Miss Maude is a teller in the Capital City Hank sky, criss-crossing. in every direction.
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:Manning. nt Tallahassee. Then far up, in the heavens may be Starke Florida
REGISTERED: Mole! hog for service. I
,
I seen the light reflection on the raider r
The line of hats at Knight's Millinery Miss Cloo Mitchell entertained her Then of a sudden, as if from every foot N. B. (Mull.

are the season's best. Call and Sunday school class the "Jewels," on of .ground, comes a deafening rumble
the line Tuesday afternoon at the park. :Many from the anti-aircraft guns. Then, by FOR SALK-:31 head of /good! mules;
inspect I games: were enjoyed. Late in the afternoon looking close, one can see the shrapnelas 5 lumber carts and harness G.! C.
a delightful lunch was spreadon its bursts with a spread" of red flame Sweat, Starke. 823tf.
Miss Carrie Belle Weeks, of La- the ground. Those present were and scattering its deadly missiles of 1 '..I
Crosse, spent Monday with Mrs. E. W little Misses Lois Colley, Freda Andrews steel about the Mocho like hail. |
Stewart. I .Julia Canova, Masters "Billie" He is now doing. every dip and dive FOR, SALE-35 head! fattening: hogs
Mitchell and Paul Ernest Knight. known to the air realm of his countryfor from 1 to 3 years old. ,1. L. Under r.I i
Mrs. J. C. Manning spent last week prctel'tnn111.pr\ gum fire hut the hill, 1 Route, Starke. 9-13-tf.:
with her daughter, Mrs. L. E. Moseley, French gi: nncrs are too accurate. Soon I
>f Uuiford. u (pial'"' uf llame encircles his machine, 4
You Come
FOR 1.1.-8..on.1: hand When
open buggy to Jacksonville
i Theatre ] while, over and over through space for and harness, cheap for cash K.: : I
W, can save you money on every- l Gaiety II IINo n few "ocomls he falls, and, then witha I Canova, Starke. I''j I
.h you, buy. Young!: Trading!: Co. cr. 11.j n.! piImps n terrific explosion I

..-- ---.. I from' the bombs he carried another I FOR : .: "'
Ioche! is added" to the credit of the SALK--Kondyke strawberry ; Most Interesting! t
pictures tonight. Called off on SEEt1lfiJ;:; s.'if1't
is in Jacksonville
HI T I. Z. Barr
account. plants] $:!,.10 I per 1,000.( J. S. Rrlnrr,
<< :<
gunner
account of the lied Cross Carnival )
hf'l will assist in revival services
m . days j I Saturday night a .strong Western such 1 have had the pleasure this. of watching Jr., ItrooUlyn, Flu. !)-(!- It.FOUNI "nJ.Z:=li= lnz. ;:; Store |In Florid. M 4 \
1 u spectacle as and I must -I
feature picture will be shown. On this
'II' T. I D. Griffin and daughters, of night we will give the official current admit that it is just a little exciting 1I llov's coat at Crosby bite 45.49 W. (B.lySI. brim the. 1lmk'ln ,1\1,, r >r<>'tli 4tit

I i mville, are the guests of Mrs. F. events of the war film. A picture quid interesting. canal in road; near I bridge, Ownercan
Right here I shall make little state
I a liii\i' 1
same hy describing coot
worth HJr4
seeing
U
upright _.___ . i iu I ---- .-- -- mentvhich has no doubt been confusing and linking' for this I advcitiscmcntLOSTTwo Everything in Books "
I to many of the thousands of boys .
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i 'ii .,1 the !'argest displays of mil-
ihown in Staike. Knight's1I. who are yet to come, as well as those pigs) blink unmarked [Fiction, Books tm Agriculture ant) oilier pursuits by reliable'
IT who arc on the ,
way. .
barn .
Soldier LettersEditor i n. Untight f..omV. :M. Reynolds - f
I"i\ Call and inspect the line. [ From what I understand, they seem day before escaping from pen. authors, Toy Books, iteference'I'ravel etc. 1 ,
-' --- to think they lire coming to n place Notify Young Trading Co., Starke. r
I Red Cross Carnival will open where nothing. but a picture\ of horror

,. ,fti'rnoon.. Come out, enjoy the Tl''flraph-Will] : you plans always stares them in th" face, where 1.0ST-Tht''c' burrows, one year old, Commercial and Fancy Stationery 1 1
mu help a noble cause. allow me space in the Telegraph to lot the clops! of war have run amuck and I ono light. spotted, one some darker
_. . left only traces of terrifying: conditions I and other a reddish color, marked made
-- - -- mv friends in dear old 1 Hrtnlford hear" I Fine Wedding and Society Engraving(: in our own exclusive
\\ I Kickliter left :Sunday morning from me, as so many have nsked me to to mark the one time 1 Kite of civilization cropphi' s\\allnw-foik ; gentle; lib f
'. Oklahoma to attend the CcmfedeViti'rang v:rite. I nm here in Camp Jackson. It but this question i is 1u.t viciversn. I oral" ,n,'w :ird fur information 1) VV.Mooio. pl.uit. Ask, to see samples .
" reunion, held in Tulsa] sure in a fine place, and I meet new luring my entire stay ill France; Theressa. It. 4
1 have fooked, for some traces of war .
friend dny. 1 in thefield - -- -- ---- -----
-- -- - --- every am now I
,I' ." ..1))', Chill and Fever Tonic artillery, going! to help shoot I'ai- and thus, fur I have looked, in rain Jo'OI1.1'.1.::: : 15 acre farm 18 acres Toys and Athletic Goods ..

''J i .. 1 Ly :tchell's: ) Drug StOI'e.I' M'ITJil! with a big!: gun. 1 From the time the port is reached, onesec's I under cultivation, in tho WnteroakHection.

,., Say, all you boys, get right und marhinc-ry things of on industry the hum still the being mighty! J. M. Norman Lnwd't. A Toy Shop open lime, year round Supplies' for all your favorite ey
_._ come on and! have the praise of h<'lp-
rcl forward of Flu. 8-Otr: ,
-- ---- -- as every pound | and .
old kaiser Hill sports pa'tiines.Tl
ing to hung nn a sour IIr-1
I! '!',du'."id-, of Sumner, spont the steam is turned on. which drives -
trl"e.VOlll,1 like have the
to
il h. "M." and) was a guest nt the apple powerful] pistons of a .. ;
Telegraph, for it locks like a letter I'OK :SALK:-r.O, JOO Klondyk") strawberry -
i i I", ,io..terIrs.: A. :2.\ Adkins. hacked' by an unlimited resource of IERMOS BOTTLES A necessity in all seasons
from home and will appreciate a let- fuel from her allies.' Then, as the interior I plants, $2.!>0 per LOO.J./) !I'.

ii fortune' told at the Cari fr from how any it of cheers mv" friend a fellow:! You to get don'tknew n i"i I'h..d.' this dread is all l banished Bennett, Lake Itutlor, Fla.] R-3/-fa/) FI ASI I LIGI ITS, Useful ever) \% here and safe h

i M xo to the Japanese booth completely. One's appreciationthen I ------ -
Attar from homefolkc, or a paper as begin to arise, bv the wonders PICTURES (r.tlurc Artists Good !
.. "n i of those choice pieces of dear as the Tel<'I'I'apll.! Hoping everyone FOR K\LI'-I.'ll'lOt: class shoe !shop .lo- Framing, ) .
presented to them bv this
I good !success! and to see you all Franco pIvtureNrpioland. I' big! good business. Seasons for selling -
should continue to fl''lit Practical GIFTS (for all ocasiunsKODAKS
when the war is over, I am am leaving town. Ser C. II. '
the ,
for next hundred
rather
y( ''mi-' salt now, as it is very years 'lurk Starke. r
Respectfully opposite depot It
yours !
thnn her of( the letter
see possession of this PlioUvFirisliing: sort
Co. William Azmon Fowler mnlrni-I .. : j
Young Trading llient country overrun with .. ---- -- --------- --- -- - i
Buttery E., Nth Regiment, R. A. I II. I 11.Rnn1l'whl'.e '
-- --- ------ ftructive menace as German militarism FOI! SAL1--Flori.ln: grown seed rye. .
M' O. B. Ooes of :Mayo and :Hn... Anyone\ in need of seed rye should : : .' !Mail inquiries receive prorrjil attention
T I Clark of Alachua at in Franco, r
are guests Your affectionate son,
s.e or write T. C'. Dixon, Lee, I'm.9.13rt. .
th home of Mr. and :Mrs Lorenzo li. Aug. :L'5.; 19l! 1H. J. L. S.
Green. | Editor Ttlrgraph :--Only a line to .- : .

.. -------- you and your readers. This leaves me ? ? <*> 0> f> . S- '* ---- -
Rufus his away in France. I only wish I wan go-:
Tatum has given up position I SALK i
FOR -Fifty-five acres good
in with these lines but as I can't. I
in home to
attend', Jacksonville the Bradford and come County High will send my best regards to all withit. .4 FRATERNAL STARK, DIRECTORY? 41* I land 1; !good! buildings and water; ;r. +++++++++#F+++++4+444++++1++4+++++++++4+4+4++4+ +

School. < I horse wagon, buggy. plows, corn + : '
*
First< let me thank you for the paper and fodder, at a bargain One mile I
Dr. Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic while I was in the dear old states.I 4)$ F. & A. :M. Bradford Lodge No. *> south Long Bri" o. See me at once i i
35.;
Meets every second and 4 I
feel lost since I have been hen1
over
for sale only by Mitchell's Drug Store. without the paper, for it always ,seemed *> fourth Monday nights. Lee Thomas, Lake Butler, Route :rj t,

Price 30c.R'nu'mt.'r. like a long letter from home. There <& I !Box 17!>. -20-2t-p! ) +

is no telling what the paper would I. O. O. F., May Lodge No. 10 <* More Farm Machinery Rusts
the Red Cross Carnival seem like now-like a dream, I sup !Meets every Tuesday night. j,
When the (Hun agents were MC'l'kl1.' !:
'opens this afternoon. Do not fail to $

attend" and patronize the various at- pose.We have niep location, over here.Wo M. W. of A., Starke Camp. an urgan for, the t Kaiser America, +
a for
and ready to price aNew
were any
t active> tents. :, see nnv number of air raids and .t Meets every /first and third Wed- n I York rew,;puper pay Herrr Kontnadwxed i Out Than Is Worn Out I I II
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our pnti-nircraft guns keep real bii"VIcpepinir <* rlcl' Dr. Dcrnburg to leave the New
Hugh Fryer left Wednesday morn- the (Hun airplanes awnv. I (5> <* forte Herald and tin Evening: 'Felegruna -
'ma for Charleston S. C. where he will
,
beginning to like these mountain I +
am W. O. W. All Friends > out of l'Jnllitll'ration.'hy ?
Camp 4 r :
outer Porter Pori + +
:Military Academy. .
here nnd besides I learning
'. school. over that. am N'o. I:1R.: Meets every second and The Kaihf-r'H agents well knew that + +
i I' high grade
preparatory to speak some French.<< *. fourth, Frid.iy nights. the, lleralil and the Fvening'I'el"gram: :
; I Am beginning to think that a lot >
hfl. '' been always as they arc today
'*
$
the Young Trading Company- of Uncle Sam's boys will be back in I 4 toil per l'ent.rienn and unpuri' hl"IIIh' "- Does not that conclusively that' suitable sheds
'I 1' n"ml'r,,' friend" -for prices:; on al! the States before always.I ". Union Chapel Camp! No. .vjf, <*> J prove f

>If' i i ies. would he glad! to have the paper '* flier) ,'\'pryJrFt/ and third Friday <* -- ------- - :* for your implements would be a good<; investment :JI y
'" nights nt Union Chapel. .1. A. Ellireton .
nirnln, for I interested in what'liIoinll
: am IALSIiKfrni;, :': 1
Mrs. E. II. Smith and two little'laughters on at home. I think most nil of G' Clark R. No. 1, "turkl). 4 l I \M l E: ni'Y fii.i : RIGHT NOW ? Your farm feels cost money these :JJ ::
our bovs, over here need some word! of a ,, We pay from $:'J! to $'U!ri per :"<.t t I ilirki + +
Juanita and lit.
", J.,M.Edna, are and v".tinlrR.. : ,. Smith'sh cheer, for WP are over here for R nod! ,aViHitinlr. I brothers, are cordially .! fir notV.) .' also! pay actual vale, : days a lot of gocd hard earned rroney: and lo leave :J;:

". :Mr-. S. E. Jones of Sampson cause, and for myself I am glad! I am *> invited to attend these meetings a for diamnndH, old !gold, silver. bn'<". +
n soldier in Uncle Sam's. .great army in 4 a, wak. Semi at once by parcel post amired : them in all kinds cf weather lo deteriorate! is surely

.. ._ France, for I think they are dong a H v t ---- return mad.! :MBIT'T..th i
'jve ciihh by : business If want them tot f
wonderful work. not good management.
you
Mrs, A. 11. Freeman and :Mrs. L. A. ... Specialty fJept. X, :2007) So. ."..th 1
l.tti's accompanied Lieut. Edwin Freeman I can't praise ton highly the wonderful PLANS: Wit SWEET\ POTATOSTORAGE
to Jacksonville on his return to work the Red Cross people are doing \ ; II 0 nH-:. I St Philadelphia] Pa. t last one third longer give them a good coat of paint, ; ; I P

camp after short furlough spent at for the hoys over here. -- '
a J then come in and let us figure out not how much, but
home Thanking again. I beg to remain
you It Is not reasonable ti ''Jjipose that For Indigestion, Constipation orJust y +
all of the nlllou.sne55 :s t: I !OVv' I 1T1LE a good shed will cost you. i'I
Th colored minstrel at the carnivalwill Pvt. Harvey D. Green, sweet potatoes produced in SO-cent bottle of LAX-FOS + + 5'
Battery C. 130 Field Artillery, American the State this can be eaten in try one
he great. Don't fail to hear them Forces.A. year i a WITH PEPSIN.: A Liquid !OitfustiveLaxitwo / : :
sung the latest sorgs. Expeditionary short time, nor that all can find u pleasant tu take. P.1ade and I

P. O. TIT July 29, 191R.> ready market at harvesting time. To I rem r onimendinl to the I uhlic by Pun V.!'.dicim I

The Bradford County Chapter Amer. Dear Dad:-Your letter dated June save them for food I it is necessary I' Co.raanuf,irturi-r'. .if Ijixiiiwe! hn.im LUMBER/ SUPPLYQUIIILF.Y W.I
Icon Red Cross recently shipped to At- nth came yesterday, and I am indeed that they be properly cured and stor.d.) Quinine owl (.ruva w: Tuti-le- chill Tor.ui I j jt
lanta 212 comfort kits and 300 house at a loss to find words sufficiently ex- The most practicable means orstorin..r

wives. Sixteen of these comfort kits preaive to convey my full appreciation five hundred bushels or more CALOMEL DYNAMITES yHe t
were fully equipped. to you. It came at a most unexpectedtime I
-. too.I !sweet potatoes is in a building, erectedor A SLUGGISH LIVER Headquarters Building Material '

Go to the Carnival and do your hit have been located for the past remodeled for the purpose, says ;

hy taking a shot at the kaieer. Perhaps three wec'ks in a section of France I A. P. Sf.'ncer of the University of Crasv cs Into S'ir, Bile, makinq : e

you be the noted individualwho Florida extension division. A good +
will pierce may his heart. For Cramps In the Stomach I plan, is to build a cooperative potato You Sick and You Losea 4+ .+ I t .

If you have ever been doubled un storagehoune: and by so doing it *
------- with in will Day's Work. :: +++++4++++++++4 +444 44444444+,J+44+44++44+44
Albert Reinoehl. a former Starke cramps your stomach, you would! cost each person only a --

boy but now living in Jacksonville, has be interested in file experience of small amount of money. Plans for mottle of UwlHon's liver. Taos. which. If you take calomel today you'll !be
i -ntlv Joined the U. S. army. Mr.nl'inoehl's Charles Henry, Oswego, N. Y., who! such n houselOxfiO! feet :3000) hnsh's i "Inmel salivates! It's mercury I! harmless vegelablr' substitute fm lick and nauseated tomorrow; \ieaii'\< 4 I IT
in on .duI n H
dynamite
both born "I arta like a
(:ermany but parents he Is a were loyal American. nays! "About four years ago when suffering capacity, have been drawn up by the : i iv.' When calomel cornea Into 'liif't'i-roui calomel Take n poonfulif it may salivate you, while if you ', k.Dodson' ,
from cramps In my stomRchand extension department an-l can be rt> up /

Don't fail to attend the Red Cross bowels! I used Chamberlain's Colic for the Baking. .ramping and nauiea. .trna h'en you up ,t-rWr a"II! quickei feeling great full of ambition' and A
Go and Diarrhoea Remedy. It ii by The .. .',. p"''oml xnil' wivm', male rtuily for work or play. It'* hurr.lens! ,
Carnh' 'Ion J September 27th. to plans provide for a sunnlv ** I. I 'iMHri'.irhv. con- I'
the Japanese booth and see the many far the best! medicine of the kind I air from the floor of the ),o".p i>itificial .. II,,, tt nut. last IlO I, 'e'pry f.Vmnnt and safe to !give to(13 children. H ); 4t
like it. -
they
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dai-tv: art'c'es for sale. have ever used. -Adv. heat inside to take rp th" ", I. 'iO cent
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ftfi1 't , !' y y ly ! .' y r.f' in'i'UTS of the disi'iise. You may be (Continued from Page 2.) --

, ) i\ : 'the unfortunate one to purchase a herd 101 Jar hvcl1o"\ \\._- -17171_- __n=_ .50
COUNTY .'(il': TS' KKI-OKTS) that has been exposed to or ju-t .coming 105 Jar pickled beets "'
: Ii '! down with the disease; or one of .50
a
A r ,, .,. .;, '!> "> .. !> ;. iii' ;, 1> ,. the pigs/ purchased may be a cholera 106 IJottle home made salad dressing_ .30 ")?
"
tt earner, all of which: mean you ire 107 Bottle tomato catsup_ ..')11(l -

ii' ., im\nroin: rorvrv Dll'I'ING bringing cholera to your farm To : 108 Test collective exhibit canned products, pickles .I
( VATS overcome this trouble keep the pig"so
from honey, ._.___ 5.00
purchased separate your 259
'I Bradford county now has 21 dipping home herd and inoculate them and 1 109 Best pound butter- 1.00 5v,),
cattle were voluntarily [yyy
vats in which J.-ilS:
your farm herd to protect against NEEDLECRAFT
1 ; ,' dipped, l by their owners during cholera outbreaks.
t s' August. The importance of this 1st. 2nd
A work is shown by better conditioned, Hogs after inoculation, especially 110 Best embroidered lingerie set, night dress,
the animals, should not be
t .. i cattle. child welfare work being turned range into the pinders for at least I It tidies, skirt__._.$1.50 $111I1!
'I! The two weeks. 111 Best embroidered white luncheon set not less
r. ,t carried on in Florida by the women's
I The second danger in purchasingrange than seven pieces
lack of 1.30;
t\, clubs lit! handicapped by 1 1 s,
tt j. r fresh milk in many localities und"I' / hogs and 1 turning/ into pinder I t 112 Embroidered pillow cases_ 1.00 -,?

I { ut the war work college/ for women in fields, is the bringing/: of them from 113 Embroidered bed room set, scarf, sheet and
\ Tallahassee last week they passed poor pastures and I turning/ into fields:
,
,l"I'1 '. a resolution pledging their hearty rich in the oily foods, without takingthe pillow cases-1- 1.50; i 11111

( support to eradication of the cattle precaution of bringing/ the pigs 114 Embroidered night robe____________________ 1.00 ''ill,

.' tick, as u means to encourage development gradually( to the change. This should 115 Embroidered shirt waist_ 1.00 .''ill

t1 F. f 1.! of the dairy industry require' a period of a week at least 116 Embroidered dress, child's_ 1.00 ,
' I The last issue of (Florida Health starting with a small feed and increasing Q a ;?
1 , II', Notes contains the statement th-it daily until At the end of the 117 Embroidered hand made baby outfit_-_______ 1.50 i 1110

l F three persons died in Bradford county week the pig's: digestive, tract is so 118 Embroidered towels -______________________ .75 ,511,,

i' 'S from tuberculosis during the months! accustomed to the change that the usual 119 Best specimen cut work____________________ 1.00 vi,

; of April, May and! June. Fresh milk troubles (dietetic) following such 120 Best specimen work ____
'r 01 r punch __ ___;________ 1.00 .50)
l i'nt foods obtainable charge, are prevented. When this
u in! one of the > h
121
Best
, : { tl'I' for diet of tuberculosis! patients, to precaution is not observed you frequently p'I specimen Cardanger- 1.00 .50

' .? : effect a cure under favorable condi- find in from 10 to 30 days I s4C 122 Best specimen Battenburg__________________ 1.00 .50

, .I' tions.. some of the pigs showing soreness of f 123 Best specimen filet lace_ .50 ,2,5

,( ;((4'\ The sacrifice of our young, men in the feet and, limbs with a swelling of fr : 121 Best specimen Irish lace____________________ .50 .25
the war is made for the freedom of the joints, others may show thumps, 125 Best
crocheted luncheon set
1.00
our country from the Huns, but the blind staggers, pants, convulsionsetc. I di .50
.{ 'I'j sacrifice of our (people at home, largely, To overcome these troubles remove II / 126 Best collective exhibit of crocheted laces____ 1.00 .53

1 ,:' 1 I through/ lack of proper diet because from pinder fields, give dose of castor -I 127 Best crocheted bed spread__________________ 1.00 .50

I tp the ticks get what the people ought oil or epsom salts, followed by I 128 Best crocheted piano scarf- 1.00 .5fl

i t 't to have, is n crime against! humanity. teaspoonful doses of bicarbonate of 129 Best woolen crochet______________________ .50 .23)
U soda for each hundred pounds of hog.
I'r'l' HOGS AT TILE*STATE; : FAIR 130 Best knitted slippers______________________ .50 ,23

: \ i.t KEEP (]I' FOOD PRODUCTION 131 Best knitted shawl________________________ .50 .23

i it ,' t Dr. W. Blackman, President of t 132 Best knitted baby sacque___________________ .50 .25
the Florida State Live Stock Association Call to for the farmers, the
, intensely interested arms 133 Best drawn work table cover________________ .50 .23)
. ro .J 1 tJl a Floridian men in the second line trenches,
in the development of the cattle industry 134 Best specimen drawn work, any kind____-____ ,50 .23
I' sounds again in a letter written byJ.
. ,1'-' of the State, has addressed W. Hallowell, director of States 135 Best hemstitched handkerchief_____________ .50 .25

1 ':;F, the following letter "To the Owners of Administration, of the United States 136 Best specimen hemstitching________________ 1.00 .50

a Live Stock in Florida:" Food Administration, to Braxton 137 Best specimen tatting trimmed garment___ 1.00 .50

:. as t "The exhibits of live stock, especially Beacham, Federal Food Administrator tI/f/ 138 Best specimen trimmed household linen----__ 1.00 .50
of swine, at last year's State
1 :\ It I 1 for Florida, Mr. Hallowell's appeal 139 Best silk
t f Fair was creditable and interesting; is however, directed not only to 1.00 .50

t ,fit it is to be hoped, however, that the the farmers! but to every individual : 140 Best worsted quilt_ 1.00 .50)
exhibit nt the forthcoming Fair will
who has a. foot of ground that maybe J.41 Best cotton quilt_ 1.00 .50

't'"l"": ,, t. be far larger and better. cultivated. : : 142 Best home made rug_ .75 50
AIwaysWelcon ,
\ "It is probable that hogs, will be '
f p' j "The greatest possible productionof I 143 Best hand painted
pillow top_ .75 W)
r. shown in sufficient number and off "You little ra :al-played iloni? the way didn't you?
4 k ( good quality, but if Florida is to essential food products is, if possible Kept grandma waiting, Uh ''.it'-: all riKtit Dc<,'iu.c aj 114 Best specimen weaving____-________________ .75 ..">I)
f : of even more importance now
; i ''tr make a satisfactory! showing all along CALUMET I 115 Best specimen spinning_ .75 .if)
than last year", he in his letter
". f the line, it will be very necessary for urges!
: / 1 the breeders and owners of beef and which Administrator Bencham is I ; BAKING POWDER; : I IIs ,,1.16 Best hand made basket____________________ .75: .50

I. t dairy cattle, of sheep and, of horses transmitting) to the people of Florida always right It's worth wnitinir for. Always wel- I1 147 Best house: dress_ .7:> .50

((. and mules! to enter more animals in't through the press. The letter follows: wastes come. minute Never uhuka or material its work.and I:Never:kexait'e frills.pure Never and 118 Best kitchen apron_ .75: .Io)

'! ;, nil these classes, and of a better grade., Mrnxton/ Be-ncham, Esq., wholesome, aa Calumet contain "**, ,uch In,{rfdipntsat ,
: I have hern approved otiic'aly.! "u. the U S Food 119! Best little girl's dress_;_ .7;; ,5u\
"'. "A considerable, numher of Federal Food Administrator Authorities."
t3 j Aberdeen-Angus, Shorthorn purebred Orlando, Florida. You save she, you buy it-you taw uhcn you ass it. 150 Best little boy's suit______________________ .7;) .V

Hereford Holstein and Jersey cattle of I near :Mr. Benchum:-we are safely HIGHEST S'i-i'K' :::': ARTS AND CRAFTS

,I fine quality, are owned, in Florida, !i through the first year of our work and,
and if their owners can he induced to have successfully discharged the 1st. 2nd.

bring them to the Fair, they will I primary duties of the Food Administration --......-. 151: Flowers in oil_$ .73 $ 50)

.. I make a strong impression on the visitors in sustaining the Allies! and -. 152: Animals in oil .7;) .>)

f from other states us to the : insuring/ sufficient supplies for our 153 Flowers in water colors_ .50 25
"
possibilities and prospects of Florida home population. It is of the utmost 151:> Fruit in water colors .50 .23
as a cattle raising (country and, south independent in food stuffs. He LONG BRIDGE MOTES
importance that the flow of food
what is. quite as important, will open will have enormously relieved our 15;; Best collection of oil and water colors pictures 1.50 I"11' \
products to Europe: oontinue with-
t the eyes of our own people to thepplcndid out interruption. As the problem, transportation burden so that that Long Bridge, Sept. 27.-Mrs. R. F. 156 Best specimen of china painting--__--______ 1.00 .30
of whichlie !
opportunities profit :Merritt was called to the bedside of
,1"f' about them, unused for the most during the coming year, is to obtaina portion of the products of the northern her daughter, Miss Lena :Merritt, in 157 Best specimen of wood carving______________ .50 .23
farmer heretofore '
part. The same thing i is true with regard sufficient supply of all staple transported to Jatksonville, who has veen very ill. 158 Best wire grnswork________________ .50 .25
:. to sheep and, mules."I foods, as well as to effect a savingin the South can go for export to our Hoy Thomas, of the Rising section, ]159 Best pine straw work_ .50::; .23
\ : Army and the Allies.I was the guest of Miss Blanche :Moody

appeal to the live stock owners particular lines, the greatest possible :1 realize keenly that with the decrease Sunday afternoon. 160 Best palmetto work________________________ .50 .25
a of the State to assist the management production of essential food O. B. :Moody spent Sunday with his 161 Best
l' in labor flowers
due to the draft for paper .25
products is, if possible, of even more fatherin-law. E. Yarborough, of: .50
l of the Fair in thin matter, to the extent importance than lust year. industrial and war purposes, the far- Kaiford.Kev.; 162 Best specimen real basketry_ 1.00 .50)

of their ability. The expense and mer is greatly, handicapped, yet a Mullady filled his regular
163
Best
appointment -
i In the southern states particularly specimen shuck work_ .;))0 .23
trouble involved will be bread cast
as is little extra. effort and a little extra I at the Long Bridge schoolhouse
there for
a great opportunity the
I the waters which will return tothem Sunday.
upon
endeavor on the part of each and EDUCATIONAL
farmer to render an important service Nelson Townsend of
Naples, was
after earlier.
4/ days
/ many or
everyone of us is a service and a sacrifice -
(Slllne.lV.. F. Itlacknmn, I'res.! during/ the coming season. In appealing I visiting friends here Sunday. 1st.

Florida Live Stock Association. I last year for on increase in 'from far less in than we are asking was Raymond the Brown of Mr., of Joe Sampson City Sun-, 164 Collection of weaving, 1st grade___________________ $1.00
our boys the trenches. guest Moody
.production. we necessarily. emphasized Even in the south, our railway system day. 165 Collection of color work, 2nd grade_________________ 1.00
HOG; I.OSSKS CAN UK: AVOIDED: the particular importance of aIlreatel' is Herman Johnson 166 Collection of (
overtaxed in handling our was in Starke on wood work, 3rd grade_ 1.00
ItY OIU) NEC.l1TJON production of wheat. To this .
appeal for greater/: wheat acreage, Army and our war materials, and the Tuesday.Mr.. anIl\lrs. W. E. Yarborough, of 167 Collection of writing by 1st grade pupil______________ .50
1 transportation of food stuffs and
Dr. A. II. Logan, who is conducting the southern farmer was not always ina Raiford, were attending to business in 168 Collection of writing by 2nd grade pupil_ .50
cotton to the
educational work in hog/ cholera position to respond.We to the Allies has consuming become centers one of and the this section Wednesday. 169 Collection of writing by 3rd grade pupil-_____________ -30
working with the extension forces, Miss Leona Moody was the guest of 170 Best
now need the farmer to realize collection from 4th 2.50
most difficult problems that we haveto I !Miss Blanche Moody Saturday night grade, any school__.
issues a word of warning to the far thut if he can increase his productionof confront. and Sunday. 171 Best collection from 5th grade, any school_ 2.50

ml'rsho purpose purchasing range corn and meat, and, where possible, There is of necessity decrease in Prayer meeting at the home of W. 172 Best? collection from a ... "' ...... ____
-
hogs for their pinder fields. Unlc88propl'r enough wheat for his I e" any "' '"''UUUI*_______ :
grow own consumption T. Turner Sunday afternoon.
every
our agricultural
labor. If: the
173 Best
peopleof of
Florida 5050
precautions are observed as well as his production of towns map by 4th grade pupil_ .
our and villages who have
there's two serious objections to cotton, he will not only be increasing the opportunity to do so can undertake :' NOTES. 174 Best map of Bradford county, 5th grade._____-______ -
such a procedure. First, there Is.. our national supply of food, but will 175 Best map of United States by 7th -30
the cultivation 8th
of gardens in or grade pupil-
I Rising Sept. 27.-!Mr. II. M. McRae,
of cholera
danger bringing to your render the south self-sustaining in its
176
their extra hours, we will have materially of Crosby Lake, attended church here Best collective exhibit from any one school in county--- 5.00
farm and infecting your home herd. food stuffs. He will bi feeding his contributed to the total labor Sunday.The .
itt It i.s true cholera is found to a greater own family and hands, and ( employed to increase many friends of Mr. and ;Mrs. FLORAL EXHIBITS
i t or lesser extent, in practically every uting/: to the feeding of the }'ontrib-I duction. For these reasons, our pro 1 Colonel Crosby are glad to know they 1st
in State. in which he lives, thek:1 as never 'have returned home after
county the Experience and thereby making before, town and spending
I every village that several 177 Exhibit of cut chrysanthemums not less doz.-l-30
statistics also show that the native has weeks in Jacksonville. than one
) and! razorback hog, through inbreedingis n scrap of available productive I I Rev. N. T. King, of Starke, filled his GALLEY FIVE
land :
for
cultivation, should. patriotically ! regular appointment here at Corinth
susceptible to the malady, L78 Best exhibit 1.00
more of
I resolve to make the family unitas { church Saturday and Sunday. Large geraniums_
anal, the mortality is greater and. much attended the services. 179 Best
crowds exhibit of t.o0Best
nearly cut roses in
self-supporting vase
II as possible.The ___ ____
I } more rapid than in the purebred an- 'I :Mr. Leon Conner and sister, Miss .
Imll!. I matter Is one to which we can Rehn. and Levy Norman of the Vanderbilt 180 single specimen of palm________. -

E. t Again some of the hogs may beAt not attach too much Importance.Faithlully section, attended church here 181 Best collection of ferns, not less than four varieties_ I-50')

yours, Sunday. 182 Collection of Lyn
J. W. HALLOWELL. I I Correction;:: of an error in last week's colladiums_.
I
account of the death of Rufus B. Jackson 183 Collection of begonias_____________________________ 1-50
: | : lie leaves one sister Mrs. Bet-
Keep crushed! lime rock before the I tie Waters: two nieces, Mrs. Rachel MISCELLANEOUS FOR CHILDREN UNDER 1& YEARS OI.P
1 1R 1 hens at all times. They cannot make I I Tison of Lake Butler and Mrs. Lou 1st. -ni-:!

l .f xv '"ggs:: unless they have the lime to Fprsjth, of Providence; one nephew, '
make the shells. William Waters. Seventeen grand- 18.1 Best made I outfit for dolls I I _$ .50 5 .2: >

--- I children children., besides a number of greatgrand ISB es t specimen of mending_ ,a"'0 .-).*'

Tho price of all food will 186 Best specimen of ).")
r 'SMn IM products Mrs. Roland Thomas: and three children darning_ .50 -_
I"i high:: this winter. Eliminate much of Brooker, visited her 187 Best =,'
as parents, specimen of crochet work______________ .50 ':
flaying I as possible by !growing a winter :Mr. and :Mrs. A. J, Jackson during the 188 Best )"
r !specimen of knitting. __. .50 '-
Ih I M-gptable garden. i week-end. She was accompanied home ____ !
s 1I Plant ) by :Mrs. J. R. Jackson. 189 Best specimen of t a tt'Ing-r_ .50 ,-.'
fall
your pasture crops for F. H. Jackson returned last week .,
I livestock.! Dwarf essex rape is recom- from Brunswick. Ga., where he has! 190 Best specimen of hemstitching I _________-.____ .50 .-}

I memliM by the University of Florida been for the put month employed by 191 Best sofa cushion_________________________ .50 .-j}
t extension department. the government. 192 Best specimen *
1, Mr. and :Mrs. N. C. Mott and little raffia work_ .50 -

At State Farm A great farmers the 'daughter attended churc hhere Sun- 193 Best Picture frame_----___________________ .50 .2'
State Farm, thoroughbredCoach registered many over
1 (State:; according to information receivd ; dav.Our school will start next :Monday 191 Best model hat rack_______________________ ,50 .-?

Stallion, services guar Jack, services guaranteed;? I at he University of Florida, are and we hope all scholars will be pres- 195 Best towel rack__________________ .,-0 -2'
t anteed. $10.00 in advance. $10.00 in advance. Manning i to plant at least a small ,ent. :Miss :Mildred Crosby, of Starke, 196 Best coat hanger_ IIIIIIIII ,50 .-''
to
acreage wheat this year. will be the principal. -





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PACK SEVKNSEPTEMBER
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEC.RAPH, STARKK. FLORIDA.

SEPTEMBER 27, 1918 -


For two Miitnhini of the n.", .* of R.I..n- flKNRRAI. ELECTION '

The file-I'ointt'd Star Inllo...'.. of thv State of Floriilii.Ktir . will\ be held in i-aeh county In nurlda onTuenilny

The ancient Greeks used the five Fl\i C'nuhtv ConimiiiBiimfini. noxt >upf>e""dlnir, the Ant Monday In

.'"r I Ihmi Memltvnt of lha i'ouhty Itumil of Not....,. ...'. A. li 1l'1 ID. the .aid Tu.l.y bolmitha y
of h nlth. It
----.2.--- I pointed' star as a symbol Public Inntruotiiin.I'oi .

-r.aa --- still fulfil this ancient mi on ion, os ynuWill Jutttlrp of the Prari1 In anti for tho followlnit riFTH DAY OF NOVKMnF.rt
) JiiHtirv, \\)1.1.1,10.l via for the" rntilVnlli.n ,,r .rejtTllon nf the aid r

find it imprinted on each pll 'klllte: Numlwr: Th.. '. loint liiaolullonii propiwlnii amt'ndmenta to rat ,
Number' hourNilnttHT tips Conalllutiiin of the Slate! of I Klorlila.l'. >. iA qk
These tabLet
Chumliorlain'u Tablets.
of Mvo.Numlirr . JOINT ItEKIH.UTIONrronoelnti

: 1 have restored hundred to health I Siwun.Numlwr an Amendment to !Sictlon B of Arliele '. ttt
Twrlvf. XII( of the Cmmtilutlon of the Stale of t t

who were afflicted\ with iiitliKOstion. For Oinntabli In and fur the following Ju. Florida' lU'lallna. to Education: It

biliousness or constipation. Give them lire IXntrli-ta vli : He It Kiiii.K.. l liy ,lh.. Leitinlnture. nf the RUt .
f
of Florida :
NiinilxT: line.Nwmbtr
n trial when in need I of such n medicine Tliwt Thnt Ihi fMlowInt nntrndmrnt of "Kertlnn fl, I ,

NtitiitH Fniir.Nilmhvr of \rlirle, Ml i>f the Conntitullon, of th" riE
and you art certain to be plonsPd Six.Nimilnr 8tnte of FlorIn! Rolntlntr to Kililentlon, la {

with the prompt relief which they; : Si'vrn.NumliiT h.-n-liy; aureeil to and "hull Ix" aulimltted:: I to th: 11!
It'
Klitht.Nuinbrr : eU-elotu of the Stale for adoption I or relation)

afford KUwon at the next Kcnernl election of KepreaentnlivtHl,

1 In tiiilliiiony whvrrof. 1 hat* hvrpitntn mt to he held in the year. A. n. 1X144 :; that In II to

hand nod\ atTNiil, the Grunt;. Sinl of thi nv, that Section v of Article XII of the Constitution i '

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + Std my '* ..f Klc.rl.ln. at Tnllnhui"<.... the CnitUal. of th. Rtnle ,.f Kliirliln lie amendi'd no 'I A

+ LEGAL NOTICES 4 I bin' the I.H'"ly.I.II"lh day l of naval, "A. U.I,1 .. lo .reiiil, an fultown I r
Si-cllim R. Knoll county .hnll I 10.. reoulredI" Ire

+ + A + + . + + + + + + + + + + A. n ct.\Y I'II\WI.'OIll' a...... and colliM't annually for the aupport t

Z 'I. S I "KifrHarv nf RllltrTo of the luilillc frio echivnln therein a tat of not r
I Ira' a tbnn three (11 mllln.I nor more than ten
llrailforil founlj.flnriilu
l %. 1 RKGISTUTION: NOTICENotice W. .1 Kprvmnn. Shi-rllt/ : tIn
I 7 9.0-ll.| ,i Iln, .,III. on Ihi' dnllnr.u nil tnxahla propertr

____ I I. hrrebv irivi-n that the rciriiilratiiiniHHtkn ------ --- the name.
..f H.If",1 county nro now "I..nn\ the A JOINT KPftOI.imoNnVr'lT" )
NorifK:. OP APPS ICATIO FOR' TAX 1wFU1'NUKN ll"'n'lll"'nl of
for "" t." Cimntllution
Mp\vrnl election prvc'ncu. of the county :. : 8FI'1KIV x OK I''I'TR: 4141414. j jIt.
of elector Snltl! bookwll
I the ln cloned reRlatrntlon on Siilunliiv.. October 1.5. I'.tlH. Th LAWS OF FLORIDA llslJS""Ul'. .1'-il'y the lu'gl'"lmilun "' thThnt .

following *lei..ut> rcuintratlon. otficeni hue lli>n-li> not id. In glen that l>. W. Moore. I+ '
V .tillvnli'it nuntlmrtMl. i't>- ,\.lirlo. MX! of the n.niintltullon if
mill
\H'vn iipiMilnleil uu'I. | .nil pcmonn entitled, I. rvttintention .IMirrhamT uf lax ct'i'
\ mn reiMwli-r liv rallinti on .lwln : niMTtivt'ly I'M. Ion mind I'H IKKIUMI, ly tlu> Tux the Slat of Hiiriiln.\" In- nod Ih. .Hinu la hrrcby 'I
> .
for HrnilroKl founly.. Florid nifhof nmi'iulril no DM In ix ...1 nn followa :
I.n'h'I.l.oii, II. Hill f.illi-clor l
No. 1. l.nke Huller A. <'. Slrlcklnnil. add ri'rttllfalf Iwlntt ilatii1. thi 4 III iluv nfKiM'timln .Xrllele XI<. Si-rtion I. The m.iiiiifnrtiini' yJ

r No. 2, Palenlini' J. 1). Tarn*. ... "A. I" IHIfl. him llli'il I the KillI cirtillcHti ali,. leader, or. t<"1u n.e of all nlrohollc or In. ;j
No.8.
Vm .liKlralinw liuiiiirn mid Li-M-rnum. v.helhi.r 01" .. II ,
wile* altplii'Mliiiil
ulTiri and him
In
I'rxnlilence. 1>. c. Wtllmmii., >a my
No. 4, q
with lawThi . iluiiuii.iimiin, ir mull, are hereby" fnmxerpmhiliilrU
ili-pil li. Umiu In' accnnliinru
A. llntcn.No fur lax
No. A, HrookiT .1.A F. KlcklllerNo until eortillcuti'a ...,.....tivi>ly i-mlirnri'. thi* In Ibe, State of Florlila. "."It aloluil 1 I'/ '
II. Plarke .. for .. -,11.,1. nclentiMc clianiral ,,r
In Itrailronl roiinty. Flnrldn.nnraorl \ or iitir.imnra. 1'
7, ll.imiilini. A. V .,.h. followlni lamia
of auchri'rlinciiti mod wine fur" nacrnmenlnl |inrm.n ; th*
t Hinfi.nl S T lloulinir at tin iliilf. of (tin iHHilntti'i
No. H, .. the tvMiMcti\i rly' hi>ninafli'f nale of which nli'nhol and wine for tli* 1111piwrn -
In niltnrH
No. II, Viarthlntitnn K 'I' Taylor. art forth lo.wilrP'rtlllr.tn '"",. \ ,.. lie ...retrtilnlcd,y Inw.Sictlon '
No. 10. New Kutr J. K: AilklnH. piirticularly xl'1'he .. .
1:111: tu6rnniw. the Wiwt Half I i. Leiilnlalure nhall n.t ail'l.nlI.
Roberta. Nn.
r. It
No. II. rnhnm: of Niirthwrat Uiiartor.Si .,. lawn' fur the enforcement of tin iirnvln-

No. 1'!. Thcnwa-.1.who n.1.10..1 1'. prior Klnit.10 I th** prtmarelection v of.r NortliiiiKt:,g. '11> A.Oimrlor S.. K. 22 K.. 20 ...-... amwinilIt Inns of Iii. article. t
rrrnonn tart litlx aim It
; : Sivtum, A. Thin J Jnni. will hut be nqulyd to reicInter I. Ilichryrirllnral, i
in \. U. I MO
No IAD ..", lorn... t A In NWriirni.r Ontint day of Juniinry. 1'
ni .ln. > llnlf of Niirlhwtint Quarter ...tN..rlh'a.1 Tim ..u.... rntit in compllnliro with iinlil vrapiwfil . Q4y
r. A. KNK.iir.Superinor of YWrit
: 7 MIt nmi'iuliitint, and tin* dinvilii*, ihrlwra 4 .M4
of Keuintratutn IIt'lIoIt..1I'mnl" IJuartrr W of I/v./ R.-.. H, Tp. I .
tionn and ntuinn th..r. Hhnll ",. Hiililrrlpilto
tl-JO-L' 1 22 K: I Arrp.. n.i-i'uHi'il\ Mull Join*. t
Corlillcnti'' No tl)7 ."'brll.... tnt H of U..I..nn' thi* Hnnitf .rt'icuUlloiiH ..nwtrlrilimii\ n. Mmpmlilml .
7. S. K SiK liv Inw for Bi'Ovritl elm then. In lliSlnlo .
"Add to llamMon Bee. III. Tp ; i I

I'fllLlC NOTICENotice ., H..I'..|,.1| ""...10'1 WaltiraI'nli'Ha . of Horiilil. IN pSTIMONY WlllSltK.OK ) "
be ...>etnfiacoortlinu I
aaul rtlllcal. l I. hiriliy' given that, the Town Connell to law lux iti-c'iU. will I..... thirtoron I lint lii-riMiiito net 1

6 r ., of th. town of SUirkc, nlttinn, x14 H .konrof Ihi. 7th day. of rtobir.. A. I). 1II1I*. my hand end aiTtxi'il" theISFAI. +
chnniro tin-at Sial nf Inn Flair at ,
piluditntinn, made the followlnic Witni'nn my nlTirlul' Hlanntun. end aval tlth I ) { A

i In the aniiewtmont of real. and 1..0..1. propelty. the Gill day nf Si'i>ti'tnl>i-r. "A. I). 1\1.\ l Floriila.. at TullaliimiKii,
tint
tlu Cnpilal. linn twin
/ The council will |M< In ncnnion on Turn T. VVF.KKS.
W.
11- \ day, October Nlh. lit 7.30: o'clock I'. m. to !IF." I.1 Turk. Circuit ('""rt. ty-llflli day of July. .\. I).

hear eohiplaintn. If any there. lit, why HUCehnntrcn ) ( 1I..lr.l'nllnIY.\ KlorliluHy ,. HUH.ir. r,1 SS
01.: .\Y < rtvKoni8Ont. ".
shall not Htfinil : WEEKS.9I'M. : : .
U. A.
.. TM1O. S.an't.ry rl Hlal. e
I'nnuvA1'.n"l.- from 15(10( In $ Clerk
J. F. Deputy
x*>y ".J 4f jj 'fl L. A. niivln ::1' J \ In NW corner of. Norlheni.nunrter .

of Houlheiuit nuarter. holntf :1M: I TAX I>FKI; ) 1111.'. Tl> JI'IKT: TITI: r
FOR
ft N nnil S and H'W) ft K mid W Frog) NDTIt: OF AI'I'IC'TIO'! IN tIll\ I'll'' cointr.' Finirnt .

lotio t.. 'I I lino. I'MtKU:. : SFCIION H OK CII AI'f Kit 4HKH. .I JttUICI I rlllCIMT OF Fl. OK.ll .

ft .lohiiK I..I 7 blk (I orlitlnnl town LAWS OK FLONIHANnUr > \ IN AND Mill HHM 4
l.tikcnn
I(7 I I From '2iO! lo '0\1'0.' U lii'rcliy. irlvcn that Win. II :t., ilnti'iUK \ Kf'l't COUNTY.' IN CIIXNCBHY. -
CVrtiflraliNo
N. II. Hull .IVnu.mil .'", ,". inlllio lo llir.'iIw |iuiTbiiHof Tax tuft. .
HMO.
.SKSS atesgrf. X. II. HiirMii.l i I'inuinal. From *r,00 to noun 4lh ilny i
IA I (>. ..linlilmlllkn a? M l.lvtnunton. T.uhviii fled paid eortillciili. In my olTico. C..II'I'\lIi..nnl.\ {
.. iln il to IHMIII in ticciMiliinci '
for I. "
...> iipiillcaliuii.
| CUM .mil from. fimi: to ir.on. VI
nbrnnnIb
\ i
.. jinn with law Siiiil\ ivrlifViiti' i C..., ,
I S H I 1"1. Pi mama Prom 11111) llunliil IIIlinilfoiil I'loililn Lanilot St hnnilKrntloii
[i T N; KimliKl" I I. !'i.rsonnl. I*mm SUM to *JIM fiillnn, lim ihi>rrllnMl, imipiitv. . .I I, I '

I l\il,t ,. I ",,'...II INt-mnal. l I'nim $H"> I.. , ri.iinlv, llnililii.' m-wll 1..n.l..nl..
I 1 11'.11 N"'lh1,11\ unil ,Plant: huff iif "Siillw'Hduiirlir 1111,1. nil ui IKT Tnr.B. +

N;i ".1.1W Mi d I. I. I I..t. I S II 7 10 hlk '2 Ira. nn.l H."I h.'"., .IJiiurl'". SIT 'I 1\\I. Ti To .lohn I'. lln-iinnn. Oltn lloni>he. CenrtMII t ;f

'wlr l I4 .v I '"4.| t''x nidi Kium, SI-!" i" 4. M U. 21 l> mill Arn x. .r Ilium', Tin. I Inn.Iti. I.nml A Imm'grallen I. t
{ ,,,'lIw ml>.1 l III tlll llllt'1 l 4
Tilt' Ullitl Illllll llrtNl corimralinn W II. Fleldn." M"r.t -
.
"?" ,, .' t'liiiipniiy. n I
,. lir.im 1 till 1 iMHUHIIfl* llf orb CI rllllClill' III tillIIIIIIV .llm 0\1"/ ilrnhnrn, /
II c Mi I i I'. .anal" From liniiii lo M, .liihtiHon, r
T I I' I I'J i"r till 1 MIIIlIIn.hl uf <'. A, AniK'iiiiiii. Unlinii I until\ rrrl t Illli nliHliiill uInm.'u, 1. i.nl.; ".. .Mm 1/. (Curl: .1. 1. K. ICnrl
M ,1..1
> tiniko.i , IM. ri'ili,'mi'it ai'conllliir li> 'Inv, Inv W, !K tan,. Muninil I I' In.I..hn C. Kill*,

!A M s k )' > I M Supply" Co. Lot 2 Ilk 1 27! will ,Inniii. Ilu'rron" on Ih,' 7lh day nf l nrtnh l I |i Mrl.i'mnn', I I'liini'lii i I II.I'n II.) Prank J. J I ,
4 'r
(tS }" 1 !t t I II Frt n Fmm tllirm lo *7HOi A r>. I'IIH.WilnuKu Mefllineliiy., 'Ihntiinn W. I'llta. Clmrliii. HonI'HK -
{ MI' IbiHi. .
M r.l u x I > > A Supply f'... IVrnnnnli \ .,y nlTirinl\ piiirnnturo end mul lltnry \I' Ti-lmhln. unit V. J. Mlllnman

1 i I ,,i in 44'160. ., sth ilny "f nli-mlM-r.. A. II HUH ilfftndiintH. who." nod .li.ni'm uiti, inch un I Ihnowu
WKKKSSIIM.I : : .
M I Woo. Ml hlk J unit lotx 1 I II 0 7 .1 W T ,, I
i mill" I NI' loin 1! and, I'l n r hi. ( : Cli-rk Circuit fi.uil." 'IIIKKTINOVi >: :
l
? y I I ,iv I in. Truliy A t'o'it add KnuV llrnilforil ('..untv,, M"iiliiliy : "u. and,I inch of >ou are In.ri'liy. required.
i' r ; 1, 111, It. A. WEEKS to be null. niipi'ilr" heforo. the Judo'' of llluCircuit I
: -H.5I.. I'i'iiuly' I'h'rl. fur Iho 10 III hill .ludlclnl Circuit
u''I\ 11, i' i 11'IVnnnnl Knim 1t7rn I" Court
i
i14bin JC V i i .
a)4) .-.--- of lorliln, in and for Itnidfonl, manly, nn the J
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C. A. FUTCir. I" '\\IIC 1.on1'lI'K: Till day nf Ili'tolwr., I'MH.' ...II". CourtliolmaIn i
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a _t Town Cli'rl. NnllriIn: Inr<.liy rlM'n that Hrnli'il I'M" wil. mild. rotinlv' to, iiiinwer a Itlll of Complaint 1 '

bi n.....1"eel,. hv I thi. Itimnl of Counly CunitniHi exhlhlitil. niciilnnt you in nnlil court by tit
f1Y ninnrrx i In and for llriulfonl dimity nt tick!. o. ItcntmrdThe . ,
NU'rtl'A UK M'l'l I ICAri" l :. IIn.lnl/ Moniliiv In < iitnbir Ilindriird County Teli'Krapli. la horeliyllertltcnntetl
. I IDS' H OK I MMTI'.K: 4K... ri'i'iilni" 1 mi'ctinion n9d. ; ::; ; lltla 1
I I I MlrltI: : I'llH. for 1l>f lilirrhiiMi of a four- < aa li Hl'Wnlinier| III which nollro -
I \1\ S UK H.(> HM>.\ 10 un InK rand unuli-r" The) Itmiril nmirxif* I livi ,' nlmll I bd ,ptililMied, , for eUiht ViiliNCOUtl\. .,

',, II. iil.v IN, i !', In u turn| Hint, I..ul II Hi)!. ',"ill ,lt,> n'jrct any or all hliln., weeknWII'NF.UH.
Do It the First Day ,, lui-t," i. i t, Inc, .' dorltllriili"H iiutnlii'iiil, riin S. '1'. liriWI.INd. niy linml Rn.Ihl'\ Mini, of mold ,
; i i .
h '< '\ lv' 1 1'.4:1: mind 51)) Uitui-il liy thi TH' Chnlrloiin llonril\ {'..""Iy (iimniiHHlolii. . head Court thin Uu :llet day of W.July T \VKRKH.Clirk I''IS.SKA : V

I i '"1I.c'., ,' r. Ilniiiri.nl. Counly. KUirliln 'II.h rout County. ( / Ll, Circuit Ciiurt. llfudfordCounty 1
1ln. 4tli ihii '.' '
doled .
I i i.l r, nf.i'ntifl'. iM'Inir Atlci.1W r'lorldaO ; I'
10. him fled, Ihr HIIIci T WF.KKS: ,
"' p1.wb., r A. IJ.l '"
i I I..r.i lillcnii 'in rriv melee IInI"\ ... miiili nplillnJ .. Clerk. li-H r.lNOIUFOF II. Mi'Cfll.l.ll.M.

::... :...:.....-....-..........'-..FJ J! I ton,. r. i i 1)1) ...1 I to inn In noconliinri will, --'-'-- .Incknoiivlllo. for I'ln.Holloltor Ciininlnlnniit. H-3-Ht. Y
. . - . . ......-... 'D __ ; 1 'I 11" mil, ii-ilillciil." ,. rrxprrl, tvrlyanhrne, : .I'l'l IC\TION ITIH T-.V .llrHI : .
. . ln\v
.. '..................... . . . .. y.rVllldbur D. JTerbit' \ County.. I''l..r. --- -- -
;.:. ,iti|,,. Ill > iu liinilx In nildinl 'M'r. H .HFI'1'IDV H OK I fUI''Il'lI 411B
. :.' ,11dn. 11' .i .,.I 1 nl, thi- ,ilnliof the lKHiinnpi "r LAWS IIF rlOIIIIINntlcc \ 1111.1. m iii'irr IIIIK
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, ,,, ,, 'n the nnmm .IH..IIV1'ly IN CIUCIIIT (COIHIT' F.UlflTU.IIII'ICIAI.
iilliiit'M I
.': inn" h i. I lii hiTi'by rlM'n that !K: W Mill.rIMirrhmrr .
a; hiiinnfi.. ,i piirt'culnrlv' HI.t forlli, tn*wit VrtlncnliNo. 4H. ..In'01Ih. CIKCIIIT; OK I'l.OK-!
of Tax (:
You know are going to buy Liberty Bonds. ,,.. I I. I ilil l uti N'n 4ri nlbrar w Lulu H, n.i. |, liII. ., fill day of JiiniA." I II Mill' linn IIb'dnxld lll\. IN AND I'flit IIRAI. r,
: you .h ,U ,r, W.....llnwn. Sea II.' Ti.| r. S. II 2: ( rnrtilU'ali' In olTtrt. tied bas. Hindi. I OH COUNTY. IN CHANCI.IIY. I ,

be with yourself you didn't.You I': in,,, I.-- III....... .1| ,I'nknown fur tax dual my\ lo |HHIII> In llrrnrilllliciiili : .
wouldn't iilMiltrnliim, ,
You Wooi
c:: square .:;1I! Ciiti" "iii' No 17 rmbnwmw I.d l :!11 l In Haiil crrtlllcnto rmhrncpa thu ftilInuintr R O Pennnril. {
with half the of ' In. M. '." li.. '1'1"| n. 8. It. 2.2 K.: in Hi-rill.. HIMI t Inw iiitunU'U In llriulfnnl Ciiinplalnnnt' 1
sense tli'HCrilM'il
: couldn't take off your hat to the flag '.' .. .. ,il I K .1.I vllfinihy Co.l.riiniiii In Woolliiwn ,. ;: County. :Mnriilii: uropi'rty. : to-wlt 1 1t'omminct. VHriorldn t
lot ;::1" I
'. !>! Nil I'mlirnrm NK: of Niirtliwi. Qunrli band" A Immigration" Co.
corni
'1' n, H. K 24 I V. I Hi,, norm." 11tn'Hv al
if didn't.You :.: -"! HI. |' of No.t 1..0.1 IJiuirliT noel run W Ins ftihi '. .1.1.
ownership you r
: i i 'II. rinc . Tnylor.i llefendnnta.I / .
of lifirinnlntrIliftici
fin .I'mlirnr l.iti, 42 Hml r.;. MCI". 8 17rt:\ l.i a itolnt I 1111.1. 1r ) QI IKT: TITLB. ITo
the
half No
with .III I.
C. ofi '
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a of
of rlulit
the marching line troops 4. S. 1 K. 2:.! K. :1", IGH: fl. tlifnci8 lo way
: couldn't cheer t In a..ISmn.' S. ... 17. Tp. 0. n i S .'. rallwny. Ihi-m-e NW nliuiu del th. unknown h...... tlevlnii. urantomi.

'e urn "> I.HI>01| II.... Ilnmhy CoI rittht of way to land! nf J. Il. CnMi, thi.net, and clnimliiita of Ihroiiirh and under Clnrenrm

: thrill if you didn't.You .. I'I I .d< '' VIM, tnw| cfrlitlrnlt'H. tux) ilft'il. Hhnll will ini ho.iit r<.,tliiri'on iffmil, tir-01thr N lo iiolnt of liiuinnlnit' In Lntie 11,1 lpr. Hi>c. C. Ilryan, di-ciiiHed. , fitndiintH. ) whoa ralilencm .
.} ''''',1" 8. it. an K.: am unknown ::
81 TP. I.
with half the pride if ' I Mh iluy of Ortolii-r. 0\. II. ItllHiin. I. ... tin ilnli1. liltKKTINttlYou l '
watch the Jackies by youdidn't. Ant cal Oil 'I 1'I lie Haul liinil hi'tnif. axH*< >il at
: couldn't go 4I I tl' < my iiiricliil" HiKiuiluro t the {Hnuant'e of nuch ,,'rlllI,",. In the nfini'1 and each i>f you are herehe. nqIndIn I
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:.t lit h ,din, nti-mliifr.. A H tin'! of Unknown. lint'.. .,,1.1 cerllllcati* Mhiill) be nml npiienr, befort. the Judro. of Ihuf'I."ll

141 ..' ;, w. T. WKIKS.: I.. .il. .i-mi'il. in'conllnu tn Inwxr ilinl willIHHIIM Court fur I lie, Klithlh: Judicial Circuit
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l'Ing.l1'ou.tc ri
..: O.II\-"t| ;\ SEAL) flt-rk tltiiri'on on the Int day of. tfctoln'r Ali. .i.f loriila.' In ami, fur Ilimiroid, tounly! on th. l

battleship off the coast with half the joy __ .. 1111.: 4th. llllw of Ntivintlier. 191X, at the I.n.ethnunNI
::: You couldn't glimpse a J< TOWN TAX "NOTICBW Wines my offiitinl alifniiture anil atal thi. aid\ County to annwer a Hill of Complaint .

M : : I,' N'Ihr', I. honhy uKrn thnt /oltowin.,1c. the, L'lth tiny of Auittint. A. li" nil* phll.II.\\ HKalnnt, you In .N..l.mrt, by.

, if didn't.You I'lihllo Aurtlon. nn W. T. Wr.KKS.IhKAI.I : K. O. 11'iinnr.l
bp.nld HI
you A nrrllxil I 'Innilii will hereby
) Itrnilrortl, County Telegraph la
: Ih Court., llrmlfor Tint
IUIH.\ It hvlnil Clerk Circuit
Ortolwr. f
/
with half the faith if I < the KiiVonilay' In I Morliln denljrnati'd lm it iM'Wupntier. In whie.li thin notice
youdidn't. County.
read the war news eager .if "Blil' month, at I.awtr !In thV
::: couldn't >Ji 7th' h.\I I'rnilforil.. Slnte' of "n.""', or .n, I, liy It. A. WKKKS.HioKt. : : nhall' lm. pulillnhmJ, for twelve connvculiv
( ".lInl"r ,. .
Clerk. wrrks.'I'hr
th
In li.'imiy
'.' much .h.) roof an will ho npci .nnry pay : hind, ilenrrlln'd In thv Hill ,of Comulaint
E: IhJ _
V mmpeecue-. ) for I..... liprnln, pet niimmllil in th''. caiMe. tlie III I., lo which In noiiKht to
'1 ttthcr with thr eoxtN of nucli mlvcrliiX NOTII K IIF API'I ICATION' Foil TAX l>r:KI: : / ili'fcnditnui', '
if didn't. J'J Kami he tiuittiil Its ,,,,.1".1 tip aliovo
j You couldn't be 100. American you Ina and .nln. nfX I'Mlrlt; HKI Tlll\ M OK OKITUt' Inns. are pie meal,.rly "ncrihi-d\ n. followM. towlttK'j b

(in i ii, I in l-ot I6. ntlH mihilivlnlnn Ill o LAWS OF H.OKIIIANrilie :' of Mr.:' RW' ''i of NK'i f,4..r' SWi; ',

I n.I I.awt.-y I I.luck .. In hereby vlvi'n thnt J. M. Hlinw. 8r riK'i: ..r NW' NW'',, of NWV, Hertlotl H.nnd ,
28th. nu-ii I ''' i' Hlnck an In Ku.t I.awlry pnnhn.n ot Tux Ci-rtillrale No ITi.::\ ilnle :Sc.'i: ,' of hh'j. Hi-cllutl 4. ''liiurnnhl 6.South. .

:s': You know the Fourth Liberty Loan starts September I n ft Godwin Nwrth 211II l fill .of 53 .he tril day of Auuunt. A l I' 1'iH hi>. Illei.'\ . Itilliue U. I I'lmit: Alno lei. I. V, a,

A. ,, I Perk" .I'l' KnHt: I awti-y .a let certitiralf. In my miler' and, ban mailiipplientlon ' I. ",. nnd\ H lien( W' of HW/., nt NWV ( '

You know that buying a Liberty Bond isn't making a gift. < (' II Ixllli'ii murk IHI In En..t. Law-. 2.1,0 for tax .1.1 l t.. Indue In Hceoriliion. ami IMnrlin, I 11: I 14, U, IK. 17, IH. 21 2j. rl.' ,

::: the >J< I i. . . . 4 1.V ". wit h law Enid ....1111...... embrni'iti tile ftilowinu iiil 'I. for NW" if .SW.l' of Section If.Towluhlp /

: : simply lending your money to your Government-to V W M "I'iMinii Illock II. I..A.'I. tli'NcrilM'il., nierty ..IUII"In\ llrail., W, Mouth Itanue U.! Kn..l. add kda 1
You know are I 2 UI'MkV
: you i ,n III.K-V 2 and lots 1X 12.11 t r,1! ( ounty. .1..10I".wt/ : ind, I b'i' .. ki 'In inu +a iititt" uf Ciiiiimiiiiia', tjult-ili* V
and mother and wife and sister and daughter have. I ,n Tnwn or l.awtvy North Iliilf of lot 6. Sec 7. TP 7, H RJl M"U.n ..f .n" Sn ll.in /.
5'lX
: best your "'. are in lilnck ... Nail,|
friend
you C II .r II..R. .ubX K.. IV acre", \\ I I'NI'"S: my band n"d the al of
is back of loan-security that means good I!: I 1,1, I.nwl.y..nd lad 8 Oil\*. II.I I. The Haiti hand being iixiiiMiiieil\ at I ho tltiliif i uurl' II.la the .list day of July, nil..
what security your ,, ,, Kant: l.nwtoy ' !'
e 1: You know I I <' i- .n In IlliG I IX ) the innuance of ouch.atllirnlr, in the rumpof Hr.Vl.l; W . WI'I K'I.
will be paid back to I. I ,']1'' Hlnek 22 p:. t I..wt.v E .,. Hh.... 1,1.' ... milI' rertlllrnlo tihnlH. N, rl<, irriilt i Court, liradfonlminly. '
you. fY.
:I.; interest and that your money K: Town K. IIU of ItS Lnwli. I I'.,In.. I reile med' neenrthnir to haw, Inc ilt'inl.' will (' , KluriduO '

the business side 33 well as the patriotic r.' 'Mm ...'' and I Collector mine Iheretin. on the lut ilny of Ocltilwr A. O Mp.CO'.I.I'M< ' ,

: You know all of that-you know '.' ,...;. D. HIM. ,

i : :.: -- WilneKH my official' nlwnulure and ntal thihe .lniti>ti"ni.llle. 1..
" Felt 1'1 II I.I{'ATI 1)01 A. l> mix Sulitlor, i'r Comulnlnunt.' 9.2-Ht.
.:. side 0 f.it. :, I I IHIIEH' 27th day of AtiKimt, W. T. WF.I.K4.SKA : _- .

'.' V I i , i I {'..,, .t. Stale of HorldnW \ <'iiirlx 1.1' Clerk Circuit 1'..",, |ie'.lfur.l! SOI UK: OK. riVAI." IIIRCIIMIC.K.Sii .

: Bonds the first day of the Loan. Don't wait. 14 4 F ludicliil lr. "'1. nrnilfi'rd County. I'Inridnfly | mtinlha anon tint bun. .of I will pninent" '
very :
I IH.
: Then buy Liberty A In f' "IVi K A. WKKKSIII.I : : Honorable 1,
your
anti hunt ui'oount to lb
it don'thave .: I. i. .' ''t. Complainant i lluliuty. CI. "i.Mlfl4 i. my vi.uchin
beforehand. You don't need to consider ; you i ,I.IMI.; A. Cnnllner.. County' .Indue" ofHrndford 1'
;: Do thinking V iW i I
: your M '. I'efi'ntlnnt' v cdnnty, I'lorlda, any link for my
into know you will buy Liberty Bonds. >J H'l'' nu Inot by alTnlnvIl, Npn,.nhd" In Hi ;: OF APPIICATIOV' ( Poll TtY l> Ml heal flliiohnrue ... udminlHtraliir or the enUiU
it-you |I' ..
::: to be argued V 1,111"I I 'in Ihe above mated eaune I'ont10011.\ MirK hrl"riOS H
the Bond button. namid. I" a nun I.AWM OF. VI./11(1111 .
honor- Liberty V defendnnt., therein :t aiied
of Mint ti"
: Be one of the first to get the badge .., 'r i' ,. ,?' "r f the State of rInrliln.. and nhe IHV II Ni-liii. I j. ,IM.r*.by iriven; that (11 n'nn.4)'x, Tina the !auth day ..f March ,"IHJ.

'.' 28th. | r.o'I.| ..r llrunnwlck State' of deorttla f ovei. iiireliaiiir of Tan Certificate No "". ilateilho v. EIIWAKnA.: !
1
:.: Get yours on the first day;> September tat the' .ii .. ..I wnty-ono wean; It l I. thernlori. ,, lib day of 8eptemlwr A II I'IIH, haM 1-29-6 mo. Adndn..ralnr

nrtlin', .Hial nnld, non-renident. defendnnt. In 'mad ..i... certificate in my.010'. -... and\ ban -- -. - .-- --
will set. 1:' olcomi
: You know what an example that 1.r and i I.1 'n hv retiiilrud to appear to th* bill liefnn mnili. nriplleatittn for tuv ,l. "el| to iHMiie in ac MOTH TO OKftnUM. M. HKIHTORH. (
j Haul ratine' on or rerliflcale, emltraetile
, Hied in with law Rniil\
' x,44P' irilMiire'
n'.1 K.:
I'IIH! / the cutnt f
)
7th day of October, A I Nitunleil inIrarlforil All piTmi.nn Imli'tdi'I
4 the followimr, ileneriheil. property
1 Mon.l.i
i.f aid bill will IKtn1" rVilnon nod f Lama Winton! lab nnyadtod! y
Bond day. 14l the allea-atlona > \ eotinty. Floriilii. tn-wit
28th yourLiberty nth.'r' el)I.'nii'l I. err i u.d< i! to HUT '
;:j: Make September .' r, rv confenned'\ by pall defendnnt.It Went Half of Southwestirtr of Northwent mnty, Hfirlifti.
: miler.. b* pilbllnh. hflr aall) d.h') forthwith. and nil .imrann* 4
.- rlrth, ..r ordered\ that lh' Quarter. Hee .'7, Tp 7, 8 K. 22 1':.. Ill)
? ,': .eeilllve\ ....k. invlnic claims HUH.itit sw d l i nt.., i >' renumt
now .. live eon
::: Could you do a better thing right ,'', In .tl,1,t 'Cf"raM.a .*..'..k County for 'f.lrgrx.h.' a nen- Any.The.. Haiti land helm .........." at the date of .01 l to lor,..,,' thtn duly, ."1'.. n' if-,1 J withinni

1 I i 'r pbiixh.d In naid county and .'R'.. I lb. l.aitance of ouch|" e.'.III'RI. In Ih. name ..... from. tliin ,In'"* or th.y will b. for

0:' -t' I'RI" arytrmbnr 4. 19114. If'iolli lrnln Na'il)! \ certtleate tv.>r barrel
f Walter
Bonds '.' T' W 'r WFr.K: arronlinv to law, tat iltttil. Thin ?th tr <>t Auniuit. Iflli.
: U. S. Government '.' 1'1..t 'aunt ball hw retleemi"" F. M. Wf| (O>l.
1 ( ('I..k will l I...... thereim. ..n th. 7lh liny of Octttbtir. ,
And'y It A \H'FKI.: Mmmmfmtnr, of r>tnt. of J. R amt f.mira

: Fourth Liberty Loan ':l fteputy Clerk. A. tl 10 IH.WIlneeN .my ofTirlnl, ilKnnturit. and' anal thla Wdnun, d.......". '

.' A. v i HEMS.!' the 6th PIN) "t "Septemher. A l'. I'MH.
Bonds the First DaytbQ' .: ena'r' for Complainant adMNOTICE W. T. WEEKS: MOTK '
:
Buy Your Liberty .. - -- 'SEAL, Clerk, Circuit, Court. See monthat ftrr .)..*., h rw. >f f will I orwnurh &
, --- .I.K'TIO'O Hrailfor.1 Coiintr. FloridaHy my *.nt and End ..piunt tit th<.* ",,",..."1.. > }

"' 1 OF It. A. WEEKS: ";.n "'. (:taMln.r, C..nl' Judo', n' an'I'.nl. '

Thi* Space Contributed to Winning the War by &y:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.>:.:.: ':Ai To Nh.Hlt of Hrti'lf'.r.l County, of the .t-lit Deputy Clrr.Nnrler ('otinty, Mort. .la. and ..\h for m. rlnnfhnnr .11. r

: .3W .1..1'1., a ftdminiainlin of thi .nmt nf W II
::.v:. : :r. 41x'! of :: I I'J'hl.
n.e.""
n.. ,,. now". Thai I I. II !10' r'/' 1- 1 Of ELRCTION 'nd.rhltl, d.e.N *(|.
thr Miat ,. ilnh'"hV tho Hth day of A'iirt. I Inls
DARBY rotary "' State of n I WIIF.RP.'rh.: .. I..*K llatur* of HIT. under II III' j. i.. UNr> PlItIlIl.I.

A. M. 'Uto"ailKR. M.FCT.OS: : '19 t'onntiliilion. of MNA, of th* State of K'orla. ) 9'flmo... A"mlll','.' ."...rOTI'e
of Florlila. : .. Joint Remlutlona
Slal two rroHMinmendm
H.M. In Bra'lf-rrf t { ..unly. dM i I. I
will 6. fuwlay 11.,1 iri-fwllnu th. Ant Mon. ..'u"+ ,to th. Conntltutlon of the llate. ( TO DEIITOKS/ ASA \> 'NrnlTORS: ,
on lh. ail! Tu.ad.y ..' r'u'u..n'I, l th. lam wan atfreetl to bY.
Id"
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(Uy In v-Y.mh. .. "A oU Of three-fiftha of all th. member. .,..,- II prraonri nIFhl.,1 i to the r.tiitrnii .. .o''v.... tf

"Ming' 'V OF NOVEMBER r.1 t.. earb hn.... : that th. vote, on laid Jointraolutiuna ..*rhitl. la! [*. "f HrAtlforil Oncraarff. e.e.r,, ,'da' .

General MerchandiseSRARKE FTH _DAY f of th. Hmnnfl TonIY R wer. .ot.rnl upon their ....,-. ar nwi, dad to pay lbr" '' hfn ;

T- t" SUM of ",,1'101.n\ Ii v. Journal, with th* yea and nay thereon, forthwith and, nil rH>ra..n. bit 14'F. A'
-.. ... D 4nrt. M t. tb United Ria.... nil they did d.'term. n* ami direct that the .(falrwt the nail **tat. ar* rNi.". -.', I
.. .. 01 *
r- -, -v-.it" .- ot IM SUM >of Flort .aid Joint Heaolutiona b* .aubmltte| to the .rant th.m duly atith.ntlr.t.<| w't"n. .....n'ar.\
Tortterwy> I..1 .ectora. of 'h. Btat at the C.n.ral Election InVowembr. .mm this date or thy w II b* fi.rv.v I

Court of 191 ). I Thl 7th d.r of Aurtwt. IflT" .
F' rPJDA 'u r r u tn Suprem NOW THKREPORK. I. It. CI.AY CRAW-1 J. L. I'NP'rt". .I. '

Ih" !*' .'. 'R.'rod"e .,, ..... of FOR Secretary!' of 8taU of the 8t.U> of ,dmlni.tr.to. of EUUK of W II '111 '

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: K:IGII r JIItAIWOlth COUNTY$ TLLfc.GRAI'11. S1WKKE, LUmUA. Fr If\1', KElTKMHKIt: :I 7. ,I"H" ,

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1 = : == :Mr. Duniel) Batten! of JHCM! r.illc,, I :Mr. and :Mrs W. Andreu und children LEMONS MAKE SMN; -

:Jilt .e': -- pent. a few days! recently hen u c on i I of :New Kiv'er: spent Thursday

i. w -. ------so .ni' : mesa, hoie" with \lr. und l Mrs.! J. (C. ('one.J. WHITE, SOFT: Afu\ ,. CLEAR
I'raycr meeting is progressing nicely J. ;Morgan/ mud a trip to Worth _

1I lr with very good' attendance.Mr. ington Sunday. "JiCKSONVIILCFLA.
;' : ItemsInteresting : "nil Mr,;(. B. U. Sapp have returned I'. S. Colson, of Jacksonville, is homeon Make/ This Beauty Lotion For
News ,
I County the sick list this week.
from Jacksonville, after u stay A Few Cents
1 v. ,f several days there. I The little daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. OLOESTsuurneA and See For

. i !Mrs. 1'. II. Neal was a visitor to C. Tyler is very ill it this writing. fJTABIISdfDfvTcw Yourself
Hampton Sunday afternoon.K. I Mr. and Mrs.\ C. Colson, of the Pine SEEO House
f : facts: Gathered Durlni the Wuk bJ' OurLAWTEY II. Woodard, of Jacksonville, I' Hill section, attended church here Saturday -

\ '. Regular. Correspondents. came home Tuesday night and will ; night. SeBO, IN PIORDASIMD What girl or woman hasn't' h.artt

T., ,J. spend a few days here with home- I I U. I). Johns spent' last week-end ID (4 M00ANaEdna. lemon juice to. remove "mplexiot r
folks. 'with relatives in Waldo. ., Mre air blemishes; to whiten the ...
" ,' ---- -- Mrs S. U. Woodard Sunday at I Rev and Mrs. G. W. Lnrramoro and 1
) spent bring out the roses, the fi, hnesstN
! f :.) :NEWS< was turned,le Jim D 1m'a Edwardspicked Starke, guest; of relatives children' spent part of last week in :St.Petersburg . a nrrsss the hidden beauty? But "lllOn .

: up a bottle find drank some gasoline Grandma Cobb left Tuesday for Lar- They took their son, John 3 alone is acid, therefore jui
'. kins, where she will make her home who entered the school there Monday. irritntjng
T last week. The doctor should be
ScPt.27Den: Cobb, color one day mixed! with orchard
Lawtey, with her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Stafford. uhi4
I for and little Jim is now out
answer! wan sent this Strain
j dude in way. through
the city : a fine
: ed, known us! Messrs. G. :M. Bennett and Ulanton dott
w I' to him by u local of- of danger. the juice of two fresh lemons
put Sal;
question ,
t to a ] work MI's.I.: White returned to Jacksonville Owsley, of Jacksonville, spent Saturday \V"k'' Into ,
would or
whether ho \ bottle containing about
ticiul to three ,,
I' UB after few night und Sunday with horncfolks.BRADFORD v < "Unta
"No, I'm not going to work, Sunday, spending a of orchard white then
said ,
fight I C around Urooker. Everybody is going shake
i do that." And wotJ : days near Lawtey at the home of her 1EJ15 well au
I before I , ,
have whole
I'll fight '
1 I : I -" you a quarter t ,
I soldiers son, J. F. White. Well pi of skl1l|,
all\
r looks Keen
wonder if Hen upon Mr. and :Mrs S. :Mott receiving and
are complexion lot.on ,
I i !Mr. and Mrs L. II. Hill visited! Mrs. at a1' c.at tin
tJ i c 1114Centll'm,1l( of IIJ- ure.Ve are work sure I Iit I Pour! Jones at the Rogers hospital in Bradford, Sept. 27.-!Mrs. :Mary congratulations on the arrival of their cost one usually pays fur, ;a 'nall;,
1 t r \" that Uncle Sam will have some/ Jacksonville Sunday :Moore, who has been visiting her son, born :Monday, Sept. l:>th. / Do( not allow the! : of ordinary cold cram. i J.,. JII,
for Ron.r I I brother, left Thursday for Linden to G.V.. Bryan nnd his extra gang of undigested i jre to
' I.1') interments! in the Lawtey !\II'. J. I'. White came up from nuI poisons : train the lemon juice so tv" I i'' liB
Recent ( were out on the Wnnnee branch hauling food to cccumulute in gel!
'I' arid is at few I visit relatives.Mr. into the bottle .
last week spending then this ]lot, ,.
., cemetery have taken many of our residents j i I pone Brinkley'Hayes and Miss AnnieMcLeod sand Monday. your bowels, where they .I .J, \to
J home Lnwtey.
his near mai'i and fresh for .
direction und have pure In 'I!-
11 in that many Little Misses Jeannette, Carrie : attended the pound party at Robert Green; of Lake Butler, was are 4sori.u| : auto: your Whee
'I', \been the cummentit! c'oJlI'nin the con ) in town liu., . :applied daily to the fll'I'< ,
Bennett of Jacksonville [I the home of :Miss Blanche Andreu on our Saturday. system 'i ticui-! rm
Belle and Elnora -
. dition of that hurial ground. I If a party relatives and friendsin Thursday night. I Several of our patriotic citizens were' G., stipation, !-'dac::!te( bad rj+ and hands! it should h> II"! ,ay

'H of citizens! would net together on a I Lnwtey, is visiting this week :Mrs! C. :M. Andreu and Son, h Hurley, greatly pleased when they saw in th- blood, .".' J numerous clear, smoothen and 1 beautif-, > sly

111 ; special appointed day and go with Lnnnie Hurley came over from Jacksonville were visitors to Worthington Thursday Saturday's Times-Union where they ethertrou-s!: are boundto Any druggist will\ !suppU ?, , ores
rakes und noon, the work ,of cleaning and : at the homeof morning. could use! their curs to go to church on follOKcC'p your ?es of orchard white nt very lanlodand , ,
H spent Sunday
It UI| and making decent this place of I hU parents.Mr. llev.: I. J, Blunton visited the homeof Sunday. But some, instead of goingto system clean, as thousands : your grocer has the lea.ons. .
11' ,,\ burial would IKS accomplished with W. Mr. C. M. Andreu Sunday night. (church went out pleasure riding. of others do, by Adv.
G. -
and ,
G!. W. !Moselcy son
little sacrifice, and how happy taking an occasional: doss 199))
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very / und Muines: Roberts und Frank Tilliswere (This! ruling lees not permit > i
+ those workers will be after they reul- Jr., came over from Jacksonville visitors in of automobiles on Sunday for attendi of the old, reliable, ve- -- -- -
our community S'ltur-
f' i /'J i/.e. the good( they have done. Wont I spent Mrs.Sunday Carl Wooten in Lawtey.returned to Law I till V morning. i! lag! church only in case of cripples and etablj, (aniiiy liver mcdi- !!rove's Tasteless chill Tonic
cine.
1 r'). Borne local organization take thU ley Tuesday afternoon after an Mr. Sumner Andreu and sister Mi-s j aired, persons, and where no other conveyance destroy the malarial term which are .. ,
and traiimnd
f., .' question up at their xtarted.next meeting It will be j jJft sence of several weeks at Columbia ub-I Blanche, attended' church at Brooker can be found. The article in to the blood by the Milarla Moxiulio. PtkekFEED (
the \
t -' ff get Jtooworlc is Saturday night.J the paper stated above also said that Thedford'sBlackDraught
l husband
C., where her now !
the first'
honor to or-
credit and
a an .church attendance better before -
,k \ ed. Mrs. Wooten says that it is likely V. and T. 19. Edwards were attending was -
: ' Kunizntion that dues it. the of the automobiles and that I ) OUT YOUR HOGS;
( Carl will be transferred from that I to l business in Brooker Satur day I
The I ev. Alfred\ Kvenden met with the automobile non-essential to
was SIX WEEKS
; time and most likely overseas day. I KARL1ER
J yet' 8 what might have been a serious accident 'I point at. any I Mrs.: T.V 1' Baxter .id.. vUifinir},. "her-' con. 'divine service. People are expected I In every lot of hogs on feed twv,
,'
i Sunday morning.; Returning from Sergeant Wyrick, of Gainesville, |I j. I D.) Barter( of Urooker, this week. I to attend nearby church services within I three weeks or
l c Iuickanti
tho morning service accompanied by distance actually eat
businessin I Miss Blanche Andreu was the guest walking or use the good
I f' 1 b,I-i his wife and a gentleman friend, the was Camp attending Johnston to government last week and!while of !Miss Inez Abernathy Sunday.C. I old standby-the horse. Another pointin less than other! If all WO' hi! fatten

C I trio started' to croHs one of those little there came over to Lawtey and spent :M. Andreu visited his family here the lImo article is well worth reprinting Mrs.V.. F. Pickle, of like these, the entire druwould b be
14 wooden I bridges leading to the next Sunday with friends here. Saturday and Sun 1 Biduwalk.' One of the parties steppedon "We have used Thed.
s day. rounding on Sundays would not appear
the edge, of a loose board, it tipped Albert Moseley and mother came few over !Miss Annie McLeod and mother as a potent factor of patriotic ford's Black-Draught!: as and to save six weeks feed is an item

I ,' up making a hole in which the preacher from Jacksonville to spend homesteadhere u passed through' here Saturday morn- good.-Ed.) a family; medicine. My that you fully understand.
the old
pleasant days at
I : fell.\ Mr Evcnden wants to know and meet their friends once again.Mr. ing cnroute to Brooker where they visited Mr. C. Wilson who has been very ill, mother-in-law could not The hog that fattens easily must be

I,. 1 t committee who are the and,members if of the highway/of the !Moseley had not been feeling very relatives. i, is very much improved at this writjng. too take strong calomel for as her it,seemed so she in prime physical condition. Tho B.
t they are aware )David
Wilson, of LaCrosse visited
Rev. G. W. S. Ware business j| ,
well and home for rest. was a Thomas' .
A. Powder
) came a used Hog is
, \ condition of the streets, not only at his Black-Draught as a a conditioner
visitor here Monday morning. brother, C. Wilson, here Thursday.A. .
t\ Hill has returned from
Mrs. Emma mild laxative and liver
that but at other well. for hogs. It keeps their
spot points as system
Jacksonville where she spent last week :Miss Andreu EntertainsA B. Surrency, of Pine Hill, attended regulator . We use H
On the principle that stitch 'in time
a
the cemetery working at Dedan clean and healthy and enables them to
i administering to the needs of her sister pound party was given at the in the family and believeit
would
saves nine it l he advisable to get
who is the home of Miss Blanche Andreu Wed- Thursday. fatten quickly without falling a
Mrs. Pearl Jones, in is the best medicine for prey
busy for at once and before make the streets suits safe Rogers sanitarium gradually but surely nesday night in honor of Miss! Eva Miss Inez Abernathy spent Saturday I the liver made." Try it. to the usual! diseases of hags. The B.
,
'If I \\c pedestrians damage Edwards who celebrated her in Alachun.
for 21st' Insist the
f recovering from an operation on -
JenulireThedford's.cpa A, Thomas Hog Powder is stock
I attack the city treasury which is stat.)1 I Mrs. M. Crews, of Newberry who : not
appendicitis. Her return to her home birthday. Interesting games were ; : ck-
ed to be fairly well filled. in Lawtey is looked for and her family played, after which the crowd proceeded j has been visiting her brother, C. Wil- age. E-75 food. It's straight medicine and we
; Tom Foster, well known here and a and friends are rejoicing that she to the dining room where a delicious son, returned to her home Saturday. took the agency because it enables yoU
former resident, from DeL I .
came over -
f- L Kuniak Springs last week, spending a has so' successfully! passed! the danger/ supper was served. I T to feed out your hogs much earli r-
\)1 Those this EVERGREEN
few days here and at Stnrke visiting point.T. enjoying event were, ] Sold by R. S. Jones, Starke.-Adv.
i friends, lie is J. Terry was absent from homo Misses! Cecil Reborn, Eva and Ruby '
it : well. well and apparently several days! this week traveling Edwards, Maude and Elmer Shaw El- I Evergreen, Sept. 27.:-S. J. Starling, .
doing through the cotton belt of Florida\ on ma and Georgia; Edwards, Lucile nnd of Clay Hill was visiting !\Ir, and Mrs!
\v'; You will miss! a treat if you don'tK I Geneva Harrell Annie I ,
business' with a cotton buyer. McLeod, Edith 1 Arthur Starling Tuesday
(, to hear that /great lecture on "TheNation's I nnd Ida, Williams, Blanche Andreu Guy Rosier attended the ice
; i
cream
Lonniu I"ut'h has been appointed a
!,w I'' I in Grave Peril"M. I K.:to church be delivered by I Fred Hazen Williams, Sumner Saturday night.
Mecca the place of Miss Lois Terry who has 1Vehley -
,I" i\ r Marie Vurncy, of Miami. Mrs.Varney resigned her position Mr.\ Futch Andreu, Lester Shaw, Mabry and j' Mr. and !Mrs. I. N. Starling have I
I is the wife of ,
'k'j' an'army chaplainand tered en-I I :Malcolm Harrell) Seeber Edwards, JoeSurreney to visit relatives in Baker
his new duties Monday. gone coun-
the mother of Lieut. Vnrney, a upon I have just received a new lot of American and Goodyear Tires
and Seeb Ne\ysoni.! All report -j ty this! week.
f Cha* Hens! is! once more a I I
t. \ tinmethinjr flyer In Hilly to ,say' and to will mothers likely" of have 11011 I his wife being away on an extended I u nice time. ___ I \f-.-. .. .nn.1.frll...... .:\...-.. Will.. .....-. Reddish are all sizes. Best prices in town on tires and tubes. Bring your old

( Biers, as well us touching other tonics visit with friends in Jacksonville. His I I i I spending a few days with Mrs. Redj j tires to me. Will make them as good as new at small cost. :
BItOOKEU ITEMS: dish's Mr. and !Mrs J. S. Rosi' :
faithful 01.mulo\ bursts forth every i parents -
iI'' in connection with thc great world once in a while in sympathetic song to ','r." Second-hand bicycle, first class shape, rebuilt entirely, $20.
f struggle. Admission will he free, and
I the meeting undenominational, the keep his master from meditating too Brooker, Sept 27.-Rev. I. J. IJlan- :; Mr. and Mrs\ Arthur Starling and I II |

r lecture being lCiv'nlndl'r the deeply on his loneliness. ton, of Surrency, Ga., preached nt the i children, Herbert and Gladys/ were
auspicesof I STARKE VULCANIZING WORKSWIREFENCE
the VV. C. T. U., which met' in i Lnw- *- Free Will Baptist church Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Starling | j
TIIEUESS.)1'ES and Sunday. A large and attentive Saturday. i
/ tey' last! week' to decide the place of I
audience was present. Brittnin I Rosier is improving after | _.
meeting Eight: : o'clock is the time net
for opening):ind, everyone desiring a Theressa! Sept. 27.-Messrs. Wilmot Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Hazen, of Jacksonville hn'inr.his arm amputated in a hospi-|I-

I seat is advised. to be on time. Brown and It. 11. Snsser! who are employed are spending the week herewith tal in Jacksonville\ He injured his'arm "-

That never failing Ladies Aid of at Camp Johnston, spent Saturday relatives.Dr. .1 in n fall from a horse. I
truce; M. K.: church held another one' night and, Sunday here with home- J. Bishop! of Alachua, was in our I :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rosier returned

of their delightful meetings on Thursday folks. Mrs.\ Sasser accompanied her town Sunday afternoon. i iI i home Saturday evening, after a visit

and 1 this time they madu their husband back to Jacksonville, where | :Mr. and "Ir!!. K. L. Crosby! nnd Miss! ''to Jacksonville.! .

e headquarters at lovely home of Mrs. she will spend' n few days, with relatives. 'I Jennie Maude, visited relatives in the I,

I... I II.) Suyles. The popularity of the Cooter Pond section Sunday.Mr. SAMPSON: :; CITY ,
hostess !Mr. P. 11. Neal was the visitors and Mrs. McLeod und ,
was evidenced by the large attendance. among children'j Selling fast. I advise early
They all came and worked to Stnrke Saturday.' of Worthington/ Springs, [ Sampson City, Sept. 27.-E. F. Haridee : very

I as! previously agreed on Red Cross Messrs. I). J. and C. ML Phillips! were services here :Sunday. I I and Kirby Smith made n business purchase. Half car load alreadysold.
work and were encouraged to speed' among the visitors to Hampton Satur- Messrs.! Marvin, Lucian and Fred (|trip to Starke Tuesday.

by the music of delightful conversa day.Miss Haicn attended the social nt the home I ;Mrs. J. C. Raulerson returned to her I cannot promise additional

I tion. The president, Mrs. J. II !Moore, :Minnie Manning\ of Starke, of :Miss Blanche Andreu, of Bradford home !Monday night She has been visiting supply after what I have handis
and Sunday here, the Wednesday night. I on
opened with devotional exercises and spent Saturday I relatives in Valdosta, Ga.
, 1I y a brief, business session followed. The guest of her uncle and, aunt, !Mr. and :Mrs J. Parker and. little daughter/ ,
Several from here went over to gone
c Ellen, of LaCrosse visited relatives
, i ladies voted unanimously that a donation :Mrs. W. M. Brown ,
bo made annually to the (b acnn1 Mr. Clarence :Manning, formerly of I here last week-end. ,' Stnrke the Friday"Beast and of Berlin Saturday" nights to'sl'e I guarantee no decline i in prices; so
ness fund of the M K.: church, and oth- Hampton but more recently of Jacksonville Messrs. 11. 1'. Gainey. L. Morgan ,
1 rr equally important business matters spent' Saturday night and und I.. Clemons left Sunday for Jacksonville j:' :Mr. S. J. Prescott and family spentn buy now.

,, I were taken up. Refreshments were Sunday here with relatives" and friend where they have secured po few days of last week on Smith's See me for labor saving farming

} served by the gracious hostess and Mrs. W. !M. Brown was a visitor to sitions. !: lake.Frank

noon the time came to leave for borne Starke Saturday.Mrs. !Mrs T. B. Parker und children, of |I Jones made n business trip implements. *_ Give me your order
mid the happy party adjournedlook- Wilmot Brown was a visitor to LaCrosse! are spending this week here to Starke Saturday.

ing forward to the next meeting: of tho Hampton Sunday afternoon. with relatives. I I, now.
Ladies- Aid.Thursday. !Mr. G.I.! Bennett, of Jacksonville Mrs. F. Andreu, of New River, attended Indigestion
the week-end here with home- church here :Sunday. | I Place your order now for Syrup
< of last week a series of spent j I "A few weeks ago I used a bottle ofChamberlain's
folks. Messrs. I.. Gainey nnd II. C. Sur-I I
meetings were started at the before
Cars
Baptistchurch. : Tablets when I was another advance.
The services' have been well Mr. S. Woodard., of Jacksonville, rency were visitors to Worthington on I j i' I
. attended and have been conducted by spent several days nt home last. weekon Friday afternoon II I[having a bad spell of indigestion. I

I'' Rev. HiwU; of Luke Butler, who is a business. Mrs. Woodard accompanied :\11'. and :Mrs. U. R. Thede nnd little The tablets strengthened my stomach DeWIIT C. JONES

I "1 ,i forceful speaker with a record of good him to Starke Sunday where he son, of Lawtey, spent Thursday here, and toned up my system generally !
I' work According to took the train for Jacksonville.Cecil the guests' of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone. I
anonuncements
effectual
, 'J' ,t) these meetings were to conclude last and )Daisy' :Moore, who are at- Messrs. Guy Pinholster and Walter They"are easy to take and most Starke Florida
night. tending school at Starke, spent' the Baxter attended the show at Starke ,, writes Mrs. D. S. Dart, Skaneat- I II

., 1 Rev. Henderson, of Middleburg, was week-end here with their parents, Mr. Friday night. :I eles, N. Y.-Adv.
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in Lawtev Sunday to fill his regular and :Mrs. i). W. Moore Mark demons has accepted a posi- -
semi-monthly appointment in the M. The cool weather which we have been tion in Jacksonville.! !I - .- -- -- -.---- ------- -- ---- --- -- --. -

E., church, South. having for the past. few days has been Mrs. B. Nipper nnd son, Williard, j

!Mrs Lois ttidloway, nee Miss! Lois much appreciated by all, after' the are visiting relatives in Newberry this
Winkins, one of Lnwtey's recent brides long, hot summer' days. I week. N. T. RETCH, Pres. W. T. WEEKS, V-Pres. J. H. RITCH, Cashier

now living in Memphis, Tenn., has Mr. and Mrs. S. V'. Clifford, accompanied Mr. und Mrs. J. C. Cone nnd children
I
been heard from and reports! that she bv Miss Minnie\ Hagan, and spent Sunday the guests of Mr. and
is well and happy in her new home Mr. and Mrs II. E.: Brown were visitors :Mrs W. Andreu, of New; River. I
t
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She also reports that her husband is to Starke Saturday afternoon and Miss! Wynona Colson spent Sunday

gaining in health 'and weight, which while there attended the movies with relatives at Pine Hill.
speaks well for her accomplishment) I Mr. J.V.. Batten of Jacksonville! :Mrs :McLeod, and daughter, Annie, I Starting RightThe

y' i in the culinary art. Thor both send pent n few days here recently with of Worthington Springs, attended the

kind regards and best. wishes to their relatives.' services here Saturday.
friends/ in Lawtey. Miss. Elsit: Hinson spent the weekend Or. W. E. Middleton! of Hampton,

I Miss! Florrie Terry is home again at Lake Geneva: guest of relatives.Messrs. . was in our town Saturday

I and everybody is glad to gee her. Miss : J. V. Jones and Lucian Johns, A. II.) Surrrency and daughter Miss fight is half won when you get the RIGHT START. To the
visitors here Vern, of near here, attended church
r'lorrie has been away for several of Hampton, were Sunday -
month taking a course of training 111 afternoon.Mr. Sunday night. young business man, nothing is oF so much importance as
a a nurse in n hospital in Lake City. I I : (5. W. Hinson was a business,,- I IIr. and Mrs. L. L. Lamb, of Waldo, j{
Rev. Alfred Evonden nnonunces that )itor to Starke Saturday. were in our town Friduy.

+ he will conduct four special! revival Mrs\ T. !M. Hagnn spent Sunday Mrs. I. W. Cone, of Lawtey' is spending A BANK ACCOUNTIt
v services on the four Sunday evenings night here with her daughter, Mrs. It.I / a while with her son, J. C. Cone.
i in October as n preparatory work I n. May. Durant Lamb, of Waldo, spent partof

G prior to the holding of the regular revival last week here.
Mrs.\ A. L. Sullivan spent the weekend \
Messrs. Frazier and Lester Shaw I
meeting November with an in Jacksonville\ with her husband, I'. accompanied be small 6rst---doesn't need
at always be but it should
d ( evangelist in charge. The general public who i is employed at Camp Johnston. '', by their Bistpr"Iil8l'S may to large,
Maude\
I evening specially services.invited Sunday to those, October undny fith, Mrs O.I W. Moore was a visitor to jut the home and Elmer of Miss, attended Blanche the Andreu social, carry all his CASH transactions. Every payment should be made
Stnrke : 1
will be Rally Day in the Sunday school Monday : of Bradford Wednesday night. through it.
and a special program is being arranged relatives. I :Mrs I{. Godwin, of the Pine Hill I

for the children on that occasion. Guy Thelmu and Hilda Sullivan : section' was in town Monday.: j' ITS HELPFUL---ITS STABILIZING-ITS ENCOURAGING.This .
The patriotic pie ,01.! given bv the spent the week-end at Hampton with i Mr\ c. M. Andreu, of Bradford, was I I
Epworth Ieagut in the Interest of war Mrs. II. I n :May was a visitor to in town Wednesday/ morning. 'j j Bank wants your checking account--LARGE OR SMALL

i s work last Saturday was a decided success Hampton MondayEDGAR\ Mrs. Rouse and son, Hubert, of New
'r ( and the League desires to thank River, were in town Monday after- .

all those", who ao kindly donated the noon. I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
pies and those who patronized the sale EYES Grandma; Baxter, of Bradford, spent
1 Saturday here with her daughter, Mrs I
as well as those who helped so willingly Optician TestedJACKSONVILLE

the work for the good cause. A ,FLA.fal L. Gainey. I Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
f nice little sum was raised and has been :Mrs Hayes! of Bradford, was in our I
I sent the National War Council in Brok.n Lansca Duplcatsd town shopping Saturday afternoon.Mr. ESTABLISHED 1889

Washington for-use in war relief Sam. Day as Raciaved. and :Mrs <;. B. Colson and son, I STARKE FLORIDA
c'y' l' 4 While his mother wa attending n W.spacial, Of\". Orders W. fey*. Pb -- f040 w roaavTH I
srrs.
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,1 1. :Mi'. Daniel Bnl ell, of .iaeki; "ni lie, :Mr. and :\li r t. W. Andn-u. and, (hi' LEMONS MAKE .

\, _"-_-_:''. '.h __._ _. ____ pent u lew days ivci, ntly htc, on dim, of New !tree, spe: t Thursdu> >
; .. ,1 al( .j lean." hide with .Mr. ur.d Mrs. .J. I"( ('olle.J. WHITE, :So-T;) ., .
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I'myor' meeting is progressing Morgan; : mud" trip to Worthington -i

: ly with! very good: attendance.Mr. Sunday. 't"JtCHSONVIIIL ,
Make This
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; and Mr. B. li. Sapp have returned P. S. Colson, of Jack."III)\ idle, i.s home aeNRTIN Beaut \ :L'< > ? rt
News. ; ItemsTacts --
'I : II County from Jacksonville, after u stay on the sick list this week. A Few Cents
: } if ;hpvcrul days there. I The little daughter/ of :Mr. and :Mr*. OLDEST '111,. see F.1f,

i J ,. -=-==.,- =- =.::: -== ==.==:.. Mr" I' II. Neal was a visitor to C, Tyler is very i iii!! it this writing. JOUTNEN E.srA811Sl1f Yourself.:
> ,' Hampton Sunday afternoon. I :Mr. nnd :Mrs. C. ('ol>lOn. of the Pine. SEED aoUSEyfsor
.;f :( Ifttcr..stln. Gathered Ourln/ the reek bj' Our K. I B.! Wnodard, of Jacksonville I' (fill section attended church here Saturday IN FlORIDA
will What girl or woman i ,
( Regular Correspondents. came home Tuesday night and night.
\ I upend a few days here with home- | U. D. Johns spent last week-end .U"3s-ML1Mte0L1rup'cr lemon juice to rem 1 1 jl tolks./ with relatives in Waldo. ever oar blemishes to whiten.. SJf J
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.---r --p- I ;Mrs." S. Woodard spent Sunday at 1 Kev. und :Mrs. G. W Lnrrumore and bring out the roses, th. IT

..I L.SW"1'lil'NIsW'S: : was turned little ..Jimlol'e: Edwards; I :Stark'1; guest of relatives. children spent part of last week in St.Petersburg. the hidden beauty? 1 H.; ai'Bin

picked up a bottle and, drank some gas.om' Granijniu Cobb; left Tuer.day for Lnr- They took their son, John alone is acid, therefore i I'' '
kins where she will make her home who entered the school there !Monday. Ut
-
27. Hen Cobb, colors I oline. day last week.! The doctor ----- - should be mixed with '"i
+ Luwtcy Sept with her daughter :Mrs W. J. ::;tafford.Messrs. ''I. \hit,
s known as the city dude in answerto wits :sent: for and little Jim is now outul' ( (i. :M. Bennett and lilanton ' IOU
1 + to him by it lorul official i danger, the juice of two fresh i
question put $ I I- .
a Owsley, of Jacksonville, spent Saturday ; 1
work :Mrs. S. White returned to Jucksonille IWi I
whether he would orfight bottle: containing about
I to -i,,
us night und Sunday with homefolks. 'rk ' ,
Haul 1. "No, I'm not going to work \ Sunday after upending a few --. around 1 Brooker. Everybody is goinirt' of orchard white, then i en'

I ? I'll/ fight(: before I do thut. And we days near Luwtey at the home of her IUUUFOIW ITEMS:: ,-, s . Well you have u whole quart Ute

t r't' wonder if Hen looks leisure.upon We all arc soldiers sure I{ son Mr.J.and F. White.Mrs. L. 11. Hill visited ;Mrs Mr. and ;Mrs. S. :.Mott are. re ei\ d i., ; Keep ui, d complexion lo! ..,.i II, >tilt:

c t f" as gentlemen of work 1 Pearl Jonei at the Rogers hospital in Bradford, Sept. :27.-Mrs. :Mary congratulations on the arrival of their cost one usually puj '
t that Uncle Sum will have some Jacksonville Sunday ;Moore, who has been visiting her son, born1011(111): ', Sept. I I.'ith.I p Do not allow t'.IO of ordinary cold real 'e!

i for Ben.I' interments in the Lawtcy I Mr. J. K Whit came up from !lu- 'brother, left Thursday for Linden to I I I G. W. Bryan anti his extra gang poisons of undigested: ;: ( :strain the lemon jute,
r Recent visit relatives.) were out on the Wunnee branch hauling food to cccnniulate in ea
at few I the
have taken of our residents liOn labt week and is spending I I into bottle, then th,
I boweh
cemetery many at his home near Lawtey.i Mr. Urinkley'HuycH and :Miss Annie : !sand :Monday. your : where! they mia and 1 fresh fi
in that direction and many have days Little Misses Jeannette, Carrie :McLeod attended the pound part at Robert Green: of Lake Butler wa are aL or1'"'. ,:! :uno: year, 'fit pure "ml
concerning the condition i :applied i daily to tlv i
hoer the comments! I' Bennett of Jacksonville I the homo of Miss Blanche Andreu on in our town Saturday. system. 11L't II, CJt-! | TII,
Belle and Klnoni
! burial ground. If and hand it &houi I I.
of thai u par (
P visiting'pllltlveH and friendsin Thursday; night. I Several of our patriotic' citizens: wer"greutly G slipalion, I Idit'e, bid (
is
t I I ty of citizens would get together on u this week. I :Mrs. C. M. Andreu and son, pleased when they saw in th" blood! :0'' 1 numerous clear, smoothen und .
1 i special appointed 1 day and go with Luwtey from Jacksonville were visitors Worthington III11'iIy'l Saturday's Times-Union wherethev othcrtreiI. .%s are boundto Any druggist will .1, ,
of tt rakes and hoes, the work ,of cleaningup Lonnio Hurley came over at the home- day morning. could use,, their cars; to go to church on folio'Ktrp/ your ces! of orchard white .1, .
t 1 I and 1 making decent this ,place] ol' '', und spent i Sunday HeI.. J. lilanton visited the home Sundu)'. But Homo, instead 1 of goingto system cU'jn, as thousands and your grotvr, h i ii '1\\
with of his parents.
; It buhn)little would sacrifice lie accompli.sheil, and how happy' I I I, Mr. <;. W. :Moseley and .son, G. W. of :Mr. C. :M. Andreu Sunday night.Muines I church, went out pleasure riding. 'f.' )' tinr( of an ccv others sionJI do,dose by i olls.-Adv. '0Orove's 110!
This .
very ( rulin.Ioc.* not !
: Roberts red'rank TiIIiwel'e / permi
L realize I I Jr.) came over from Jacksonville and the'old --- .
those workers will l>o after they of automobiles for ntte"ding of reliable verr-, .
visitors in on Sunday -
.i I IIII our community Situr-:
.J the good they have done. Wont spent Sunday in Luwtey. I elabl2: tomiy(; : : liver medi
church! Tasteless
only in of cripplesan.l! chill
E J. local organization, take this I Itn :Mrs. Curl Wooten returned to Lnw- dav mornimr. case cine. : Tonic
Home Mr. Sumner Andreu and 1 sister :Mi-1 laved: persons, and where no other conveyance -
after nbi destroys the milnrlal
afternoon -
i, question at their next meeting ands l lKft I i try Tuesday an perms which are ossueisc. ,
iI( up will be i sense of several weeks at Columbia, S.I I Blanche, attended church ut Urooker can be found. The article in tu the blood by the Malirla Moxiull Pnctllle
)' the work .started." I
\ good It.
|
, the Thedford'sBlackDraught
above
} credit and an honor to the first organization I ('., where her himliiind is now station- Saturday night. paper' stated also said that
a I "d.Irl: <. Wooten says that it is likely J. V. and T. B. Edwards were attending church attendance was better before -
!J! { that does it. with I I Curl will be transferred from that I to business in Urooker, Satur the day of the automobiles and that 1 FEED OUT VUR) IIOCSI ;
.4 The Kev. Alfred Kvenden; met
4 I point at time nnd most likely ov- the automobile wa non-essential to I SIX WKKKS: K.MiUEH
III\ have I been serious Jicci- any day.Mrs.
1 what might a from I' erseas. I : E. E.: Baxter is visiting her son.J. divine service. People are expected, : In every lot of hOI(-- ?i ,
'
dent morning Returning
ll'
Sunday I Sergeant, Wyrick, of iuincsville: I II Baxter of lirooker this week. to attend nearby\ church services within ?
the service by three weeks .mil;
morning uceompiinied quickly
I, walking: distance ra:
was attending to government business I :Miss Blanche Andrea was the I'lll'.tof or use the good
I.,t his wife and u gentleman friend, the less than others. If.I'
old stllndh-thl' horse. Another i
Miss >
JI in Camp Johnston last week, und while Inez Abernathy Sunday. point :;n
: 1 of those littlu
trio started to cross one there came over to Lawtey and spent C. :M. Andreu visited his family hero I in the same article is well worth re Mrs. \V. F. Pickle, of like these, the entire
  • : r wooden bridges leading to the next '
    : with friends here Saturday and Sunday, returning :Mon Rising Fawn, Ga., writes: for the market
    Sunday ready six
    ''I l sidewalk. One of the parties steppedon sur-rounding i' We have used Thed- I' w. true*
    ; / of loose it 1 1I Albert Moseley and mother came over day. and to six weeks feed
    .IiI the edge a board tipped save
    lord's ht asa II WBThi
    !Miss Annie :McLeod, and mother pear as n potent factor of patriotic
    from Jacksonville to spend 1 few medicine
    I i' I up mnkinir a hole in which the preacher a passed through here Saturday good.-Ed,) family My that you fully understand.The .
    .. pleasant days at the old 1 homesteadhere mot'n.ng'
    fell. Mr. I Kvenden wants to know
    ! i Mr. C. Wilson who has mother-in-law could not that fattens
    and meet their friends once again.( enroute to Brooker where they visited been very ill, 'I hog easii stoe
    I who the members of the highway it
    are take calomel seemed
    ,1'' 1 i Mr. Moseley had not been feeling very relatives. I]I is very much improved 1 at this writing. as in prime physical conditi- B.ndi..
    committee and if they are aware of the too strong for her, so she
    :> I t\ Kev. G.! W. S. Ware was businessvisitor ; David! Wilson of LaCrosse, visited i iI'
    \' well and came home for a rest. a Thomas' .
    condition of the streets not only at used Ulaclc-Uraucht a A Hog Powder i
    , ; 'his brother C. as Q <
    here Monday morning Wilson here Thursday.A.
    Mrs. Emma Hill bus returned from
    . \ that but lit other well. mild laxative and liver
    I \ spot points as Jacksonville where she spent lust week Miss Andreu Jont..rtainqA : I' B. Surrency of Pine Hill, attended I tioner for hogs. It keeps their ,stem
    R On the principle that a stitch in time I regulator.. We use it
    the clean and and
    pound given the I cemetery working at Dedan healthy enable them "
    ' \ : saves nine it would be advisable to got administering to the needs of her sister party was at in the family and believe
    . \1 busy at once und make the streets safe Mrs. I'earl I Jones who is in the'' home of Miss Blanche Andreu Wednesday I'i Thursday it Is the best medicine! for I I fatten quickly without falling a alp

    .i for pedestrians, before damage suits Rogers sanitarium gradually but sure night in honor of Miss Eva I Miss Inez Abernathy spent Saturday I the liver made." Try it. I, to the usual diseases! of hop.Thi B.
    \0 ly recovering from an operation for Edwards, who celebrated her 21st'* in Alachua. Insist on the ccnuineTliedford's. .
    Il'I I attack the city treasury which is stated I birthday. Interesting :Mrs. M. Crews of Newberry. who ; A. Thomas Hog Powder J is- Wi
    appendicitis. Her return to her homein games were 25c a
    l' to be fairly well filled.
    X'I, "' '" Tom Foster well known here and Lawtey is looked for and her fam- played, after which the crowd proceeded has been visiting her brother, C. Wilson aje. pack75. I food. It's straight medicine and \\'e
    <4 former resident from leKuniuk ) a ily and friends are rejoicing that she to the dining room where a delicious '' returned to her home Saturday took the agency because it enumesoa
    f came over .
    i Springs last week spending; a hits so successfully passed the danger (I supper was served. '; I '1 to feed out your hogs much arner.-
    \i: .1i Those enjoying this event ; EVERGREENEvergreen : t
    1 few days here and at Starke::; visiting point. Misses were :, Sold by R. S. Jones, Starke Ant.
    \ T. J. Terry was absent from home Cecil Knborn Eva and Ruby
    friend, He :
    f {;', doing well. is well and apparently several days this week traveling Edwards :Maude and Elmer Shaw, El- I I Sept 27.-S. J. Starling, i u___ _____ ___ __

    You will miss' treat if don't through: the cotton belt of Florida on ma and Georgia Edwards, Lucile and of Clay Hill was visiting Mr. and Mrs.. .
    q a you I '1 .
    l. Geneva Harrell Annie :McLeod Edith Arthur
    ; to hear that lecture "TheNation's business with a cotton buyer. Starling Tuesday.
    I $t: !h jro Peril" to)great IIP delivered on tonightin Lonnio Futch has been appointed a and Ida William, Blanche Andreu ; ,j' Guy Rosier attended the ice cream
    i
    \ ,: ill truce M. K.: church the Kev. teacher at the Lnwtey school to take I !Messrs. Lucian Hnzen. Marvin an.I' supper nt George Crawford's home on TIRES TIRES TIRES
    I l Mecca :Marie Varnoy of Miami.by Mrs the place] of :Miss Lois Terry who has i Fred Hnzen, Wr Jey Williams Sumner Saturday night.

    I } Vnrney is tin wife of,nn urmy chaplain resigned: her position. :Mr. Futch entered Andreu Lester Shaw :Mnbry and |I I Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Starling have I I
    his new duties :Monday. Malcolm Harrell, Seebcr Edward, JoeSurrency gone to visit relatives in Bilker coun-
    and the mother of upon
    I Lieut. Vnrney, a I have just received a new lot of American and Goodyear I Ilfes.>
    Seeb
    and Newsom. All this week.Mr. .
    f f flyer" In Italy, and will likely have ('has. Hess is once more a bachelor report j[ ty
    l I
    I as well fiR touching other tonic visit with friends in Jacksonville.: His --- spending a few days with :Mrs. Red- tires to me.ViII make them good at small cost
    as as new
    I' in connection with the great world faithful old] mule bursts forth every I ITEMS: j jItrooker dish's parents :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Kos-
    t ,f f struggle Admission will he free and once in a while in sympathetic song to i. r. Second-hand bicycle, first class shape rebuilt entirely $20.
    the meeting undenominational, theft keep his master from meditating too Sept. 27.-Kev. I. J. Blan- ': :Mr. and, :Mrs. Arthur Starling mind, I

    lecture bring given under the ausnices deeply" on his loneliness.> ton of :Surrency: Ga., preached at the children Herbert and Gladys. were I
    of the %V. C. 1' U., which met in Iaw- .- -- Free Will Baptist church Saturday vil
    tey last week to decide the place of TIIEHESSOTEH; and Sunday. A large and attentive Saturday. I
    meeting. Eight: o'clock is the time set audience was present.Mr. Brittain Rosier is improving after I, J
    for opening and! everyone desiring a Theressa Sept. 27.-Messrs." Wilmot and Mrs O. B. Hu7.cn, of Jacksonville having his arm amputated in u hospi-I-
    sent is advised to be on time. Brown mind II. II. Snsser, who are employed are spending the week hero! tat in Jacksonville. lie injured his '
    I That never failing Ladies Aid of at 'amp Johnston, spent Saturday with relatives. 'j arm in a fall from n horse. I I I I
    (:r"I'I' M. K.:: church held another one night und, Sunday here with home- Dr. J. Bishop, of Alnl'hun"as in our ,I :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. I Rosier returned. j j
    of their Thursday I folks. :Mrs. Sitsser nccomniinied her town Sunday afternoon.. i II' home Saturday evening. after a visit I I I
    I delightful meetings on ----
    and this time they made their I husband back to Jacksonville; where I'| :Mr. und Mrs. E. L.:Crosby nnd Miss I'to Jacksonville.

    t headquarters, lit lovely home of Mrs. she will spend n few days with relatives. { Jennie !Maude, visited, relatives in the
    K.: H. ayll'oThe popularity of the Cooler Pond' section Sunday. I SAMPSON CITY
    f Mr. II. Nt'IIVa.] the visitors Mr. und :Mrs. :McLeod und children, m
    hostess wn evidenced l by the largo attendance. P. among -
    They all came and worked to Starke Saturday. of Worthington/ :Springs:; attended the j Sampson! City. Sept. :27.-E. F. Hur- Selling very fast. I advise early

    I a* J previously agreed/ on Ked Cross ;Messrs. 1).1. and C. M. Phillips were. services here Sunduy.Messrs. ; dee and Kirby Smith made a business. purchase. Half car load alreadysold.
    work and, wore encouraged to speedby among the visitors to Hampton SuturUiy. : Marvin, Lucian and FredHnicn ( trip to Starke Tuesday.

    the music of delightful eonversa- d attended the social at the homeof Mrs J. C. Raulerson returned to her I cannot promise additional
    I tion. The "r..idl.nt.II's.. J. II. !Moore, Miss\ :Minnie :Manning, of Starke, :Miss. Blanche Andreu of Bradford home Monday night. She has been visiting -
    r opened, with devotional. exercises and spent Saturday and Sunday here, the Wednesday night. relatives Vnldostn, Ga. supply after what I have on handis
    a brief. business session followed The irnest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and :Mrs J. Parker and little daughter,
    Ellen: of LaCrosse, visited relatives Several from here went over to gone.
    , ladies. voted unanimously that a donation :Mrs. W. :M. Hrown.
    I he* made annually to the deacon- :Mr. Clllfl'JI1'llIn"ln: /:', formerly] of I here lust week-end. Starke Friday and Saturday" nights to 1 guarantee no decline in prices; so
    !I Jacksonville Messrs. 11. 1''. Jainey: I.lorJtnn': see the "Beast of Berlin
    , ness fund of the M. K. church and other Hampton but more recently of ; .
    l4 0 i equally important business matters "spent Saturday night and and L. demons left Sunday for Jacksonville ,, :Mr. S. J. Prescott and family spent buy now.
    : I ; were taken up. Refreshments were Sunday here with relatives and friend where they have secured po- a few days of lat week on Smith's
    served by the gracious hostess and :Mrs. W. M. Brown was a visitor to sitions. | lake. See me for labor saving farming

    t rj "soon the time came to leave for home Starke Saturday. :Mrs. T. B. Purker and children of | Frank Jones made n business tripto implements. Give ordernow.
    4 and the happy party adjourned look- :Mrs. Wilmot Brown was u visitor to LaCrosse are spending this week herewith Starke Saturday. me your

    I ing forward to the next meeting of the I Hnmptnn Sunday afternoon. relatives I I .
    Ladies Aid.Thursday. I I Mr. G. M. Bennett of Jacksonville, :Mrs. F. Andreu, of New River, Indigestion"A

    I. of last week a series ofmeetings spent the week-end here with home- tended church here Sunday. at-I' few weeks ago I used a bottle of Place your order now for Syrup
    . folk. :Messrs. L. Gainey and II. C. Sur- ,
    ) were started at the Ilaptist <
    i II 1 church. The services have been well Mr. S. n. WooJard, of Jacksonville, rency were visitors! to Worthington on j i Chamberlain's Tablets when I was I Cars, before another advance.

    attended and have been conducted by spent several days at home last weekon Friday afternoon. i having a bad spell of indigestion

    . I Rev Raw Is, of Luke Kutler, who is a business' !Mrs. Woodard accompanied :Mr. and Mrs. !t. K. Thede und little The tablets strengthened my stomach DeWIIT C. JONES

    for'I'fullll''akt'r with a record of good him to Starke Sunday where he son, of Lnwtey spent Thursday here and toned up my system generally. I
    .. it: work. According to nnonuncements took the train for Jacksonville.Cecil the guests of :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone.'
    i these meetingsvere to conclude last and Daisy :Moore, who are at- :Messrs. Guy Pinholster and Walter They are easy to take and most effectual Starke Florida

    nipht.Kev.. tending. school nt Starke, spent the Baxter attended the show at Starke I, ," writes Mrs. D. S. Dart Skaneat- ,

    I Henderson, Middlebtirg: was week-end here with their p rpnb.11': Friday night. j eles, N. Y.-Adv. .
    I in Luwtey Sunday to fill his regular and :\11'1. 1 II. W. Moore. Mark Clemons has accepted a position -- - --- -- -------

    semi-monthly appointment in the :M. The cool weather which we have been in Jacksonville. - --- .-- .- .------ -- ---
    K. church. South having for the pact few days has been Mrs. U. Nipper and 1 .son, Williurd, I

    !Mrs. Lois lalloway, nee :Miss Lois much appreciated by nil, after the are visiting relatives! in Newberry this I
    \\'inkin"r one of Lawtey's recent brides, loner, hot summer days. week. I N. T. BITCH Pres. W. T. WEEKS, V-Pres. J. H. BITCH Cashier
    now living Memphis: Tenn., has Mr. rind :Mrs.' S. p. luffonl, necomnunied Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Cone and children
    ' h been heard from and reports that she bv :Miss :Minnie Hagan! and spent Sunday the guests! of :Mr. and I
    i is well and happy in her new home :Mr. mind :Mrs. II. K.: Brown were visitors ;Mr. W. Andreu, of New Kiver. I
    I :She:: also report that her husband is to Stnrke Saturday afternoon and :Miss Wynonn Colson spent Sunday I

    gaining in health and weight, which while there tended the movies.Mr. with relatives! ut Pine Hill. '
    IIpl'lIks'PI1 for her ncrnniplishmenU : J. W. Batten of Jacksonville :Mrs. ;McLeod and daughter Annie, Starting RightThe

    r I in the culinary art. Thi-v both send 1 pent n few days here recently with Worthington Springs, attended theservices
    + kind regards and best, wishes to their relatives. here Saturday
    friends in Luwtey. !Miss K.Isi lin! !Miss l-'lorrie Terry is home aeuin at Lake GI'ne'a.1Il..t/ of relatives. was in our town Saturday.

    t and everybody is glad<1 to see her. !Miss :Messrs. J. V. Jones and Lucian John I A. B. Surrrency! and d"ul'htel'Iills: fight is half won when get the RIGHT START. To the
    r'lorrie has been away for several of Hampton were visitors. here Sunl Vera, of near here attended church you

    I months, taking a course of training a .llIv l afternoon.Mr. Sunday night. young business man nothing is of so much importance as
    a nurse in a hospital in Lake City. :I :\ Ci. ,v. Hinson was a business Ur. and Mrs. L. I.. Lamb, of WulJo,
    Kev. Alfred Kvenden: anonunces that I I nor to Stnrke Saturday were in our town Fri t he will conduct four special revival i :Mrs. T. M. Hngnn spent Sunday ;Mrs. I. W. Cone, of Luwtey, is spending A BANK

    l 't services on the four :Sunday: evenings night here with her daughter, :Mrs. II. a while with her son, J. C. Cone. ACCOUNTIt
    in October us n preparatory work D. :May.Mrs..t.. Durant Lamb of Waldo, spent part

    i prior to the holding! of the regular revival : L. Sullivan spent the weekend of last week here
    t meeting in November with Messrs. Frazier and Lester Shaw accompanied
    an .
    Jacksonville with her
    in 'hll in husband by their sisters, :Misses be small at first---doesn't always need be but it should
    evangelist ( rl!(' The general>: public who is ,employed Camp Johnston.Mrs. I may to large
    specially invited to these :Maude and Elmer, attended the socialat
    evening services. Sunday October undny fith, |II. W. :Moore teas n visitor toStnrke { the home of :Miss Blanche Andreu, carry all his CASH transactions. Every payment should be made

    will be Rally Day in the Sunday school :Monday "r Bradford Wednesday night. :I through it.
    and special program is being arranged relative :Mrs. K. Godwin, of the Pine Hill I
    for the children on that occasion. Guy. Thelmu ant, HilJii Sullivan, section was in town :Monday. i ITS HELPFUL-ITS STABILIZING-ITS
    The patriotic pie sale given bv the spent the week end ut Hampton with :Mrs C. '. Andreu, of Bradford, was I I ENCOURAGING.This .

    Epworth League in the interest of war :Mrs. II. I D :May was visitor to in town Wednesday morning. Bank wants your checking account.--LARGE OR SMALL

    ,) j, work last Saturday was a decided success Hampton. :Monday :Mrs. Rouse and son, Hubert of New !!
    and the League desires! to thank -- - - W'I'r.ere in town Monday after- ]

    t' f all those who so kindly donated the noon. I BRADFORD
    pies and those who patronized the !sale EDGAR EYES Grandma'' Baxter, of Bradford spent COUNTY BANK

    as well as those who helped! so willingly I Optician TestedJACKSONVILLE. Saturday here with her daughter.Irs.: .

    the work for the good cause. A FL*: I.. ti.uney. :; Bradford County's Financial
    .
    !' nice little sum wn raided and has been :Mrs. Hayes of Bradford wns in our StrongholdESTABLISHED
    sent the National War Council in Broken L.." .. Duplic&t', town shopping Saturday afternoon. 1889
    Washington for use. in war relief. Sams Day as R.cie"ed Mr. and :Mrs (!i. B. Colson and son I iI
    While his mother was attending a .w.. Speddite, 01'1 nail biters .w. fray Posts, I I I Ressie, attended baptism at New River STARKE, FLORIDA
    I Red Cross and while hid father's back '40 w roasvrn T Sunday afternoon. I j -





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