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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 27, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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40. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 4, 1918. NUMBER 14. .

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[DRAWING I .. 'I., BULGARIA COMPLETELY CRUSHED LIBERTY LOANCAMPAIGN ji
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: \\1f.\1' SIX BILLIONS >\ Eir.ll .' T.\IU\I.i: 110\' :MISSING: (; .
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: Oh, mothers with the lonely SEEKS PEACE WITH\ '
ARMY ENTENTE ALLIES
OR NEW hearts, '!> I l K Crosby, II Staikel' NOW ; l
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Queens of out good good <\\ I u-poitt'd missing ill action ,

I'll tell you what six billions ------ -- --- .- -uifc- July :! lth. has at' l.t-t beenbranl ;

HELDMQNDAY .' weigh, 'Y On All Battlefronts Gen. Foch's I 1"0111.ft'r i being I slightlywounded I I .
IN FULL
And you will understand : DR. JOHN I D\Rin (;.tSl INS ho was takrn prisoiu-i SWING : j

.,. Far out upon the battlefield 1 Rough Men Hurl Back theKaiser's DIED) : \\ l-lNI-Sl.t; \ :NIGHT) ; .. h)' the (;ieimans and is i in II GtTman ; ,.
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Where tIre. poison, hell prison hospital. I His I i mother ..

:SIDENT WILSON DREW; I it.' Rained out their awful sermons .. Kultured Hosts Death ccurre-d in Jacksonville After :'011"11.V.. A. Crosby, rcceiNod a ., CITIZENS I ISHOWINGGREATINTERE5T Il
: There my sweet boy hero fell; Short Illness ,.. Ca nil 1 front hi Wednesday morn ,. EVERYWHERE

FARTED BALLTO ROLLING I ". And seeking in the murky gloom .* CENTRAL POWERS FACING ing, in whuh he says he is getting i 1
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*, To kiss away his breath, Dr John lIul'hy Gaskms eldest son of along all light. The card !

(llRt1FI1)COUTY( I REGIS- *. In mercy came God's messenger, *. I DARKEST DAYS OF WAR the late I>r. J. L Gaskms, of Starke ,.. received by M I'K. Crosby is as folloV ., UK\DIOKD coiJNrvs? ()qi'orv' ) I is j.I 1'I '
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The angel we call death elu'd in Jacksonville Wednesday night ' H : > I

I\.MS INCLUDED IN FIRST I And bending gently over him ... .\MOUS GERM.\N STRONGHOLD, lifter brief illness. News of his death '... "I'arlutlwr: -.--Just a line to .. I $r:>:V 1.1H.: IHVW"UIO'IC: : : ; ; IHE': '"

ONE HUNDRED In mud and rain and mud, 0" was received here Thursday morning let you know I am a prisoner of ., I 'I\VILVE: : DISTRICTS
I *' She took from out his dear dead tfo ST. QUENTIN.: IN )POSSESSIONOF and caused great sorrow The Times- '.- the I Dutch. I am\ slightly wounded .. ;

i .) heart ) FRENCH-:MILITARY CHIT- Union of Thursday, contained the fol) '.. -just a H'rall'h-III1,1 am in a .. I '
L I drawing' of order numbers for '.' The last, last drop of blood .*, lowing notice) of his death: .*' German; hospital, getting along .. Bradford county's ciuota of the .
million draft registrants And that the ICS AGREE: THAT IIINDENBL'RGLINE >., I Fourth I Loan .
[thirteen placed drop upon After only a few days' illness with O. K. '?' Libertv bond! issue is
llled September 12th, was started I ...' scales "S* IS DISINTEGRATING.Bulgaria I pneumonia, Dr) John I). Gaskms; a 'f' The parents of young Crosby at $ 1 lr.IiHUhi'h Is equal to about |II l> ,
lelay' in Washington by President .. And watched the balance fall. prominent local practitioner with of- have forwarded the mid to the .. I pel'cent of the banking resources of j 'i
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on. 4, For that one drop from my dead f I flees at 617 Laura street, died! last .* American Red 1 Cross in order that ,., the county \
mdfoliied, the president groped in. I,. ,!. boy's heart, is definitely out of the war 'night about midnight at a sanitarium, their son may have suih attention ..> I The county ,!uot.1 was not received!
Ihe great glass lottery bowl and God knows, outweighed It all ; 4> and Turkey, virtually cut off from all : where he was removed! Tuesday morn. '.. as this great organization, in .. I by I K:. S. Miitth'-ws, county 'huil'lnlln,

IT out one of the 17,000 capsules. It ;. And if my darling gave his blood, tined a slip numbered 32,2, thus I .* My sweetheart dead and cold ?' armies in Palestine* almost annihiliated. being held in abeyance until 1'. I.,. Gas- *: prisons I and,! to avoid! fuither delay! i J
to men holding that serial num- 1*. Can you for whom he lived and ,* I likely soon will be forced to sue kins, his brother, who is in Washing :: ''tw i immediately made the district alllotments -

JIJP first place in their respective class. ,*, died- .*> for a cessation of hostilities against ton engaged: in government work, is '.' ob $> ... 'f' '!' , > ,t I and ('010 Tfl un;it''.!i'il them to J-
classified s> Can deny gold ? her. district chairmen nil ,committeemen. I
Iftcr registrants already I you your heard from. ------- a <
'*> .Selected. ,.. ')I Meanwhile the entente allied forces I' In !
The making the district allotments '
tr previous registrations. num. ;, 1 I 1 Dr. Gaskins leturned on September22nd itiurisii OFFICER: VISITS ST.\Uli i I.: I "
.a from Belgium to Verdun ) '
Iwas low enough to touch the list on six battlefronts from New I'd r. ;Matthews used the registrui thin of ,''j
Very local draft board in the coun- 4) t' t i> <8> 1 >$> 1> 'h' 4a are registering victory after i taken a needed vacation York, where, and resumed he had ; Lieut. Colonel Perowne, of till Hritl : September.. 12th as II basis and! allotted I 1
the Teutonic I
I except one or two of the very I enemy victory front over almost everywhere arms and is his practice in the city. He complained I .b aitillery i I spoke t to a large, amlienceat I i i th,' distilct of eiiotas| according, to the Inunibt'r r '31:
the Heveraldistricts.
jllcst. of feeling the intersection of Call and 1 1VIII) registrants in .
CONFEDERATE VETERANS i crumbling, notwithstanding the des- badly on Tuesday, but continued '
fke President Marshall drew the MET IN STAnK FRIDVYl I I I perate resistance that is being offered his! office hours and visits to patients nut Mtierta. :Monday night. Several I The district quotas thus ar- i!

Ind number, and was followed byTeen I on various>5 sectors. though he grew steadily worse. ho nil, rel people) I I listened i to his itilil ross rhllIt ate, as follows: I 1
other notables who had been J. J. Dickiso--p;; :;; U. C. V.. No. |I I Seeing eventual defeat staring her lie continued his office hours with an with the greatest interest. I He has Nil. of Allot f I'

[tod to participate in the formal Ifil7 held regular meetings! in Stnrkc. !| in the face through: the swift progressof : occasional visit to n patient until Saturday been at the fighting front almost fiom, I I Ili"t. Iegiatrants ifli'litl.iiwtey j ,
of the drawing. 27th. calledto night when he had the beginning i of the war and able 171i $17,1I: ; ,
mony opening 1 September Meeting was the Serbian, Italian, British, Greek; high temperature was $
ton it vva* over otlicers and enlisted order at 10 o'clock by Captain Commander and( French troops in the reclaiming of mid, on Sunday morning(' al. to give his hearers first hand I i information 1.IIkl'lIlIlIt'I "' 271 I :.!IIillll 'IIfj t tI .
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Ji nf the army, assisted by a corps W. T. Weeks. ', Serbia and the invasion of Bulgarian lowed a not h"I'i jib ysic itt 0 to he ciille>e| concerning: the great war .1 .
Sellers, settled down to the task of Prayer by Rev. W. G. Law. territory the Hulgars begged for in. lie wns removed to a sanitarium\ Colonel I Perowne spoke with i I evidi-nt I l'.uviol'II'e. I 1)9)! I 0,751) ,3
the bowl. Two thousand I : an pleasure of the 'render 1 1 I 1I"llIIkl', I((12:.! 1 III.nn: ) l .
tying :Minutes of last meeting rend and armistice, reserving! to themselves no Tuesday morning ami attending physicians ) sui of Bulgaria .
fl hers had been drawn and recorded approved.Roll '{ eonelitions. All the territory held held out little hope for his recov to the Allies but warned Ins bearers, Starke -12:1: I 1I.Iin: .,
now 1 1Hnif"r.1
brc four o'clock in the afternoon was called and, the following by King Ferdinand's men is to be that successes of this kind must not I IlalllptulI 7d'; 7.r.1I11)

lulling that probably S<> hours named comrades answered present, to- uat<'..I; the Bulgarian army is to be evne-immediately eryDr.. Gaskins was :<7 >'ears of age and i'an'"10 them to relax thon i i crTciits Cm I Iii 4;.I I 111.11"11; I 1 I
\Viii't till i nIl 011 !9.; \1,1';.u)
bill, be reiinred to complete the wit: demobilised and) all mc-aim unmarried I He was born in :Starke, the winning of the war I lie spoke oftbr I It
|k. The readers and tellers work.I W. T. Weeks, John (Croft II. J. Byrd, ,. of transport, inside the kingdom, even Bradford bounty, the son of J Dr.) J. L. large army that Germany still has c New i 1'lIhll Iivl'r ::1.t :I.in: ; ) .,. 1
in relayso the drawing continued S. F :Morgan. J. It!. Rimes, P. A.I I along the Danube is to be given over I Gnskins; n prominent physic'ian of that in lli'lgiiun and Northern I'mmo and m ::1:1: :I.mn: I"
lost without interruption through (Thomas, Henry Varncs, L. U. :Morgan into allied) hands. county. Ho was educated in New Yolk mid that t this force must lu beaton into Th"I'"sn :In :!,!In: ) I ,; ,!

'iiiirht The work of drawing the J. I. Duhose. I Thus in addition to the isolation of nnd spent) some years i in l-'innce, wherehe unconditional suiiomlri bc, >foie -- .
11.} completed Tuesday af- ) elected fellow's tbric .ould be real peaceHe I said Totals I ir>75 $ I lur>.lIiH l!
\vn- Officers as : Tin'key, the buck door to a direct invasion was -Uu.lent at some etf the best any I
OA ,' W T. Weeks. C. C. of Austria-Hungary: i is flung known hiiiopcan, clinic's I Returning to t that t this would) be clone in gooil: time, Ciinipiiiidi' iit l Full Suieig
T. 1st. Lieut. : I but that t i it would, I''quir.< < i I Repents re-c-eived ,hum. I tbe county by
ccaiisi. of the impracticability of P. Register wide open to the allies and, doubtless Jacksonville about eight: years ago he | c-vi-ty 're-I|
kirruphmg) !: out the e ntire 17,000) John Croft, 2nd Lieut. the time is not far distant when advantage established, himself and -peeilily, built '-oiiiicof money and men at t the comma Chan'man Mitlbews iiielnato that the .
nib, i I' only the first 100) were sent D. J. Bvrd :Trd Lieut. I I to the full will be taken of the up a large practice.J. ml of America .and the Allies. jle I people nil- wiile awaketo I I lie necessity!
All other officers to remain here- urge'ii t In wiie. The others will not be us new avenue through which the enemycan ('. I Darby uncle of I Dr. ( ;.IISk illS,
bvMi n-'inlly until the master lists tofoic. be ienchc-d, with the debacle in last night stated that tht- intoimcnt I lluniU and t thus lu-lp to bung, : I tbe wnrto will go over (lii' top in line shape' if the !6.- j

) pr! itcd und mailed to the Local The regular routine of business! was Serbia in Bulgaria complete, the Aus- would bi at SLit rkt' but that: no\ ar- I an eml, IIIt_ the: onilioxt possiblelime I I I 'nicsciit irooil! woik of I Ill<' district ('0111- f I' ?
unite I"'c'men" is kept' , w'hie'h it must ,band >> :
the which attended to after which the camp tro-JI ungarians in Albania up
throughout country : will soon rut n go in' nts would I be mail" until I I P. L.
il 1 I In,, .. done m a few days. I(, broke nnd nil fell in line and marked, be ,put to the test and when their evacuation Gaskin; I was. heard fiom." I I I'. I D C'. Ill 'I s i iRsr\ i 1.1 IBI id\' I will bej .
the clown to sumptuous dinner which the to thenown borders: is accomplished ) -. --a-- BOND= or '1 mi: i FfH'ICTIi I.O.\) j I Sc-vornl: eliKttlct "-,iiiiuiuitt i'i'iTtt'fl who ,
number arranged to coverlurg.t
are Weeks' U hllliprl'pllrl'd have; 'been I in town during. I the week
W. T. Chapter 1) C. the allict' will have welded
I as well as the smallest (ust an COLOKID; MEN I.I.IT I HI) ('.\ \I1'| I ::
|{ IUI\'. Dial their ilistilcls
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for A l'ordial'otP. of stated ,positively -
us. bcnu-circle The ,
fctn t the the largest dis-> :ron about the central povv- V. T Woe-ks ( bapter, t United i I I II
country,
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rt t nh i ountry having 17,000)( iegM"i thanks was given the ladies. I 1 j erti from, the lilack Sea to the North I Daughters) ,! eif t the- f ,,"f.'rll'.y.. was t the- I were not going: to Tail the governemnt -
:Nine' .1.,1. wc-re'entiained! feir
W. T. % ; men ; that eve-rybodv who couMImv
WEEKS
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Sen. ,
; Iii i.t in Rtailford eounly to puiili.isibond : a
In Bradford there
county Commander. Camp J>.'sc ph l.: Johnston, Jacksonville II ""11,1 intcneleil to do soD J
Captain
'Ihe town of St Quentin which' I of the Fourth I ibe-itv I Loan Tin-
1\ nam I 1":11't ;. registrants.drawn" and Out telegraphed the first S. F. MORGAN, the ( Germnns had, so firmly upon builelc-el the on ptc-mbc-r, :Jdth l; 'l I be-v were: bond was for $[II'), check for samebe.. I ). I I':. K n huh t, county hpe-akeis, chit I riuitiii ..
enriiir" Gn; ,'st-ilwl."ofO-E\'ahul';h in tbo entne week with
Adjutant.'SCHOOL hope of providing ,donate-il by ('III. W. T. Weeks.PIT in putting
\\m Washington there were 23 num- 1 to the allies an last insuperable barrier Jeirvnderson, Stot nio ri' I'diiiondRobinson \ ing o _". ____ _ _. I'rl'II'1"1"11,1,10.' ; , one of our own .
at
> m, luclc-d in the serial numbers in has been entered Leslie Lee Ross, .James iiI ;!- Ameiican who has had fullvear's i
boyt a
U'iTlI.W'i.: by the French nail ING: ON BIG S\l E:
IlKMI'sXriJ:
i "ultty. They arc as follows: the seemingly lerson Tavlor Young I'llshn: .'Jones soivno.. at (ho front ami i :\1 r. W.
gateway is Marshal; I I
Koch
J William Robert Crawford, Law. D\V ,I for swift advance open Richanlise, I Harlice :Mabry: :MonroeHoclgman .\ I'oster a neitod" Y. ;\1. C I. A. wD"kf'r.w..k.H .
a eastward in his II. IVmberg of I Lake I Butler's
one
I : Their work i includes fiui i.rt t'i'n !
7 James Oliver Rosier, Uaiford. I| To prevent the spread! of Spanish task:Meanwhile of reclaiming the northern France. 1! Kdgai: Davis, colored who has I been vvuleawakemerc'bants, is putting I on : hpeakini; appoiiiliiie-nts, ; ;Mr. Knight ,\
disi German
influenza the Stnrke school was and their
James (jathn Brooker. at :Mass. for several n big sale to lie-gin .SntunUy. Oi) tobe-i' bave I
Hardy allies Camp Ayer > reports I that so far they e''ll
Thomas i missed at noon Thursday until Mon1 : on all the battle fronts! have continued iii th anil continueID i : ) days. I Ho I has II
-::1 Bailey, Dukes. I months, arrived home a few days ago, greeted I by large, and I "IIt1I11KiIlHtI"f'rUW" *
) day morning.ITHE to play a losing game, ami re- full I I : advertisement i in to,In y's Tel( I
pug
Lonnie Emmett Roberts, Starke iport has having!: )be-on\ discharge-el on account of ,. lit osorv place visitee) and, I that
that
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1'') Hardy Harris. Raiford. i their critical situation realizing physical disability. c-graph, It IS ):'no,1 I store news Road: lie never saw I tin- ,people, more I in ('111'"- i
I i through ____ "
I; James Clinton Howe, Lawtey. 1 defeats and the withdrawal flucressive '0'I it. next' aboeit anvtliifig, Ib in Kiev lire :
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I, Will Fralick, Lulu. I I WAR RELICS i Bulgaria from the :-\11111';\ SUN( I II\Y :M.KMCE; : ) : about/, t buying. I mirth I Libe-ity t I Momls.Ho .
'IfVillje Reddish, Starke. 1 feelers. war are sending out I MK.>(. 1 R. A. WEEKS APPOIMKD) : ; ': I I I believes Bradford county citlenwill r in

',.\ Fr"d Edwurd Staikei' peace i 1 ('IIlInl.lilt= LIBLKM' LO\N share toward! !
Chase, From northern Belgium Servieis at the churches in StaikejSunil.iv / do tboir full spoil'ing i
to
.: Robert Showers Lulu. 'j' glen of Verdun the re- morning will be- short in order Kaiser Hill's/ die-am. of world. control .
BE the battle J '
TRAIN 'i''i'II
.:.Walker Fritz Townsend, Lake WILL front is still to :Mrs I R. A, Weeks has bci-n ollie-ial- : I ; ;
seething with activity on various bat that th'i'-o' in attendance may !go sou
Butler. Iy appointe-el, l ,'hit I r mmiii n for Bradford visitedIiiwley ,
tie fronts and with the entente forces I the r'I''"' train which is scheduled! to II 'Ihe- spe-akers have alie-ady
1 1U Robert Columbus Davis Lake continuing to make gains the arrive |promptly at 12 o'clock. The- county. t of the ..Nllli..nlliVomllI1S'I Lib Stark, TheresHii" !Griiham; :itt t

Butler. I Germans which are against mmisti,.i are all invited 1 to be. preMont ei ty Loan Committee, Fourth Liberty I Brooker: Worlliirigton I I Dukes, ;Miller i I I
seriously
2.' Richard Bryant Holder, Lake HEREJUNDAY'WILL I ling the enemy lines. imperil I nt the ",pe-ning of the ceremonies lit thetrain Loan. Mrs I Weeks. has taken up the I iiml I I'roviiloni-o. 'Iml:ey they will speak .
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"" Butler. In Flanders" the Belgians and British i Th"I program will i I I be opened work with ustomary 'thoroughness I'lit :Midway i si'h""I. Thomas school ii nil
Charlie Wade and enthusiasm and I already I has t the : duilford; Tomorrow Ibev will .
: Dukes. i in the region from Dixmude to Armentieres I I with :ii, I invocation by Rev. T. I.. Z. speak
',- 'nmpbcll Dell Ti-ion, Lake DutleI" ARRIVE AT 12 NOON have further driven in their Barr county organi/ed, for this splendid at New Rive, I.ake- Butler and! Kai- 'II
w.k., I I ford\.
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";i4 < AND DEPART AT 3 P. M. sharp wedgeeastward, capturing important IIIII
arey, Eugene Harper Hampton towns and cutting lines of Private. Guy; C. Caely of the military p

communication necessary to the continued police- .,,1 I Hobokcn, N. J., is spending a
l I' George McClennon: Jojner ('.\RRIES WONDKRH'L i\IIIHI.: holding by the Germans of their furlniii/h nt Starke with his mother

Lawtey. FROM I HT1LEHKLDS : submarine buses on the :North; Sea. -------- - H J
TION OF RELICS Our Over &
1- William Cornelius Rivers Lake Boys Here Over There
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I Pence demonstrations have been held Miki,. I utch, one of (Lnwtey's soMierboys .

I.! Butler. OF FitNCK: in Berlin in which police intervention tv .* in camp at Columbia, S, C., _
Vernon Run, Lake Butler. ,
became Some excesses been the sick list I He '
necessary were has air! "i .11 on 4
> i t .
alvin
:.: Thomas JhnsonVorthinjton.Turner New River. Next Sunday, October ,6th, from 12 committed by the crowds, such ni tho I has I b.., n confined! in n military hospital :Mr. and :Mrs! O. L. :Mudl, of ('atitli in I Henry( K.: Freeman. stating, he 4

.7 ( laude Alex. Hazen, Guilford. o'clock noon until :-i o'clock p. m., the tearing down of statues The possi for -ver a week sueffring with in- orthington, have ree-eive-d a litter had arrived safely' IIv'r-"II' A fine
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.- --- i War Relics Train sent out by the gov- bilities of a cabinet crisis in Germany fluen/a which seems to be so prevalent! from the-ir .."n. "I BrOt.1 ..ii." who has. been I i i over and! everybody. in high spirits 4
up)
rnment will be in Starke, and will be is indicated by the resignations of the among the soldiers in the various, in I' ninco for some tim. tha eontainuil I

TOWN OFFICERS INSTALLED i open to everjhody. imperial chancellor vice chancellor, camp. :Mike many friends! in Brad- Mr und :Mrs. L. V. ;Moon. of .Starko, i in I the-was cablegram choi'ring. report

The train carries a wonderful exhibition and foreign minister. ford will be glad to learn that he huts have received! a card! saying' : that their I Wilmut. Brown oneof (Lawtey'pop.

At' the meeting of the town council including guns, torpedoes! cannon German; Grip Kroki just |I. ft! the- hospital nnd is fast re- son, Aulr.'y10,1": .', has arrrivc-d safely ular young sailor I I.iyt, has been sent
: officials electedSeptember of he-nlth
Monday' ( night the his former state
:: inducted into shells, trench mortars French 75s; The German; grip in northern Franco tufninir to overscas.Private. to sea, doHtirinliuM'i I unknown on board
loth were captured German :Memenwerfers navy nnd Belgium has been definitely brok. -- -- O J. Phillips." came up from the U. S. :S biittli.ship" Dos :Moines. t

"to.:Mavor Alderman J. F. mines, aero bombs German rifles with en. Even: the most cautious military furnish Marshal Foch with 'a means to Gainesville; i I and spe'nt Sunday! at hn His .broth'r. :Mums' also) in the navy, .

,".. C. F Hoover, Johns are bayonets. gas! masks, horse respirators observers Washington/, agree that cm bur i s the German; retreat always home Womllawn Park and with his is doing iluiv. guarding. the waterfront t,
Ben
, y. and :Night; Officer the machine guns and other relics of the Hindenburg line is dini-'te-gratinnr, with tli'} possibility of prei-ipitating a sister, Mrs.. Kdward: Ililliard, of the I at -lac.ksunvillodipt i I
town
n< w members of govern- the great world war. and army officers centered their whole vents),) rout. Vundi-rbilt! section. 'I 'has. Hill, a brother of :Mr. I' '
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" ithi. by the Everyone who wishes to !go through: attention to the efforts of the German: Rmi"i! by a wall of victorious. en- :Miss. V'loln Ihomas rc-ceived, a letter Louis H. II ill. Liiwtcv's well known .'
council reorganized
", 'urn. of DeWitt) was C. Jones as chair- the train should be on hand promptlyas leaders to extric-nte their armies with. e mie<. ..ver the whole) front from tho from Alexander H, Warren front real '. efate man has just 'be-on heard r
: it is expected to arrive anti l depart out a crushing disaster. North -,'a to Verdun the situation, of "Home wbeiem/ Trance" stating: that from. He i is somewhere in Europe: and
I .
<">tTii "i"I.tiv" the council were exactly on schedule time. The train Outflanked in Belgium and in the the (o imans is undoubtedly' grave. ho hud be-i n in the trenches and was bn, ..(Utales that he had a splendid
lids by will be parked on the siding at the hampagne, the great German zone of The dri.e in Belgium ,is menacing( vital getting along fine. trip" ( .11.ross, was not ".-...kk. and !U,
T..wn.rti.it. as follows: Crews. west side of the depot and the snn<" > defensive works known as the /ilinden. I MIII, niunications "n. one side, while PrivateLevy O. Witt who has!) boon now _:.ifi' and! ,sound', readv for any action ,
Health attorney. A. S. Tomlmson. in the block surrounded by Walnut burg line, already was becoming untenable Amen-" and) Fr"I1' h (mops in the titutioru at ('amp Wheeler, spent a that will make for the early elutlriiilion I

:Member officer Dr. J.bond P. trustees J. Ninth Cherry and Tenth streets will when Field :Marshal llnig's Champ urne are surging: : forward! toward few days with relatives' at Worthing of German; autoe'racy.

board of he reserved entirely for the people! n' nun smashed through it today just ..''i..ally: vital -upply lines. in the ton recently He is now on his. WilY I.I I riends! nnd rol"tive-s of Henry C r..enr'jlr..t
Futch. .automobiles or teams being allowed to northof St. Quentin The immediate other. The battle line 1 is assuming!" the "Over Thi're" to .1 I.) his. bit for the VH.... very much to lonrn of his serious -
Fire chief, W. L.. Wall. enter this area. The Boy Scouts and investment of the city by French soldiers shape i a vast trnp thrusting its, jaws tory of free.dom for all. illness nt Camp: Jackson. He has 1

II. extra police will be on hand to as!mt and the swift widening the I lout to. 'igulf the (;.rman armies., Mr. I1l1d11'''. O. B. Gordon, of Raiford only been In the-amp/ II few weeks and,
EsS FARM: !SOLI) TO W. in safely parking the teams and automobiles breach northward coupled with the I The ( .,rman leaders have seen their have received u card. from 'their, I is suffering from. a severe attack of influenza

GREENE along the adjoining streets. continued rapid progress of French, danger Official reports to the state son, arlot. d. Gordon; stating that he and! ,,,,('umonill. J Latest reports -
Automobile owners are to feel entirely Belgian and British forces in Belgium ( department indicated that evacuation has urnvi e| safely over-seas. Ho laml-, indicate that he is still in n serious I.
,I 1'. A. Hess has sold hn farm H. Greene.three i free to use thpir cars for coming to seethe it Is thought may possibly upset the of tho Mibmarme base on the Belgian I.d in Lrigland; after u fine ocean voyage condition, and his father Mr. Allen 1.I.
los south of town to W. I train. whole German scheme of retirement coast was imminent. There also is and writes that he* likes tho country Green; of Itrooker, left :Munelajr afternoon .
r Greene: sold his farm in the decid'I lamp.calaty This is the only stop the train will which already has begun on the conclusive evidence that the evacuation fine. I. for that camp. lie will remain -

a few months ago, but make In Bradford county during the Rheims front. I of the lines before Rheims is well :Mrs. A. II Freeman received a ca- with hm son until. he gets bet _ _
''I I that he did not want to give up British penetration of the line tJJegrllm Monday night from her I
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UME 40. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 4. 1918. NUMBER 14.

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DRAWINGOR 1 BULGARIA COMPLETELY CRUSHED LIBERTY LOANCAMPAIGN Lf

.. wnr six BILLIONS EIGII! :M .VKKi I': ItOtJl :\IISI"\Ci! : > in
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M 21.111-\1(11: l I ROM!

ARMY Oh, mothers-, with the lonely l SEEKS PEACE \WITH ENTENTE ALLIES ) fv

NEW .. hearts, ,i .. llcisflull K. CioHliy, n Still eke .. NOW i
Queens of our good good land, buy icporled missing in: action

I'll tell you what six billions -. -.-- ----.- -- .- siiur July .' Ith. has at last \been 11
HELD MONDAY weigh, 'f Foch's boa r,i Ire' ;01. After lic'ing slightly IN FULL SWING\
On All Battlefronts Gen.
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And you will1Iler"tanl\ : DR. JOHN DKinSMVS; : : uuuiul.'il! he was taken |>i'ismic-r

I I .. Far out upon the battlefield( Rough Men Hurl Back the DIID:\ 1-\1101-1"11\::\ : : NIGUI 1 lo>V the (;iermans, and 1 is in a German ., ,

'. Where lire, poison, hell prison. hospital. Ills motli- .'

SIDENT WILSON DREW ; j jt I t. Rained out their awful sermons, Kaiser's Kultured Hosts !Death Occurred! ill Jllcl."OIliIIfl'r Or, ;Mrs. \\'. A. Crosby, ,received u ., .CITIZENS EVERYWHERE "!;
o There my sweet boy hero fell ; .' :Short IllncMMDr card" ( from Ii Wednesday' mom, .
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ARTED BALL TO ROLLING i .. And seeking in the murky gloom CENTRAL POWERS FACING .. ing, in which) he says he is /getting I I SHOWING GREAT INTEREST M\ ;w al
: i. To kiss '*> John J .
away his breath, Darby Gaskins, eldest MOil of / along nil light The card 'J i -- -

l tjI'ORD) I COUNTY UECJLS- i. In mercy" came God's messenger, "!'I'' DARKEST DAYS OF WARMOl'S tho lute Jr. J. L. Gaskins, of Starke, .,... received by :Mrs Crosby is us, follow ,.' HRDFOKI. ('OUNT(1tIo'r..\ 14
,0' The angel: we call death, i died in Jm'k"onvilleV'dnl.duy night s: v'
.tN'r5 1 INCLUDED: IN: MUST ,a, And bending gently over him, ... r.\: : GERMAN: : : RONGIIOLD), after a brief illness. News: of his death .. "Dear :Mother-Just 1Iln to t. I lVi.1.'iH.: ; ; UI'WIUIO'W: : : 'HIEI : ;
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ONE HUNDRED: ; In mud and rain and mud, i. She took from out his dear dead, '0' ST. QUENTIN: : IN: POSSESSION: : : and caused great sorrow. The Times- .. the I Dutch.> I am slightly wounded a.

a> heart 3> nn'oICII-1\IlLlT.\UY:: CRITICS Union of Thursday contained the following ," -just, a M'rl1t'h-lInd am in a .. I 74
C drawing of order numbers for ... The last, last drop of blood notice of his death: I'" German hospital, getting along/ a county's iiuota of the
nhirtecn million draft registrants And placed that drop upon the *> AGREE THAT IIINDENIU'RG: After only a few days' illness' with : ... O K." 'po'po I Fourth Liberty. Loan I bond issue is:

fled September 12th, was started I ... scales Ll'ollIS: DISINTEGRATING.: pneumonia, Dr John D. Gaskins, a The! patents of young/ Cioxby .. t lr..Jr.n, which is equal to about Hpoiient '> '
pl.iy in' Washington i by President .. watched the balance fall prominent local practitioner, with offices .. have forwarded the* curd to the .. I of tho banking resources of
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tonImlfoleled <.' For that one drop from my dead 1 .. l f at 617 Laura street, died 1 last ., American I Red. Cross in order. thnt "a' the county
the president groped In-I i' boy's heart, >s> Bulgaria is definitely out of the war ''night/ about midnight at a sanitarium, .. their son may have such attention ," I 'Ihe county quota| wasj not received'by

fcc great glass lottery bowl andout <*' God knows, outweighed it all; a. and Turkey, virtually cut off from all where he was removed Tuesday morning '. as this great organization ix ,.. I E.; S Matllvvvs, county i'ban',man,

I one of the 17,000 capsules. It 4. And! if my darling gave: his", blood, + I communication with her allies and! her Arrangements! for the funeral are .. able to give to our soldiers in .' until the day before the peeing: of the '

lined a slip numbered 3JJ, thus I ,** My sweetheart dead and cold ". armies in Palestine almost annihiliat- I being held l in abeyance until P. L. Gas-; '. prisons.BRiriSII t. ''campaign, and to avoid! further delay

Eg' to men holding that serial num- j ,.. Can you for whom he lived and *. ed, likely soon will be forced to sue kins, his brother, who is in Washington .. he immediately madii the district ,iljlotmcnti t 4a

Brst place in their respective classifier .. died- ... for a cessation of hostilities against engaged( in government work, is af p a,4. 444.4 r11 and commun'CHti'cI; them to

registrants already classified jr j .. Can you deny your /gold ? ,* her heard from. ],,I I - .. district chairmen and conmiittcemen. l '
registrations. The num- ,' .*. -Selected.CONFEDERATE ,a' j Meanwhile the entente allied forces! | In making the district allotments v 9 j I
previous Dr. Gaskins returned, OFFICER. VICTIM: SI'Vlilvi;
| on September22nd
low enough to touch the list ' .9> from Belgium to Verdun on six battlefronts i Mr :Matthews used! the registration of !

|Kas cry local draft board in the coun-I .1> . . . . . . . arc registering victory after taken! from needed New: vacation York, where he had ]: Lieut Colonel Perownc1. of the British Si ptcml'or l-'tb:! as a basis and allotted! !
a and l
resumed
victory the Teutonic and i! the district! according to the
of the .1' over arms ; 'quoin
Icxc'ept one or two .
enemy front almost everywhere is his" practice in the.! city He complained i artillery, spoke to a large audienceat I number of registrants in the several '; 1
llcst. : of the intersection of Call and! Walnut I. '
VETERANS: crumbling feeling badly on Tuesday, but continued thus
notwithstanding the desperate districts The district ar-
ciuotas :
Ice President! Marshall drew the MET: IN: STARKE rillDVVIJ. resistance that is being offeredon his office hours and! visits to patients ., streets Monday night. Several l'i\lnt follows '
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nd number, and was followed by various sectors. though he grew steadily. WOrM hundred people listened! to his address! ale as No. of Allot't

icn other notables who had! been J, Dickison camp U. C. V., No. | Seeing eventual defeat staring her He continued! his ollne hours with an with the greatest/ interest He hasbeen I I Dist Registrants17f: IIWl1tI.nwh'y '

mi! tc participate in the formal 1017, held regular meetings in Stark". I i in the face through the swift occasional visit to a patient until Sat at the f fighting front almost from $17,:! )U +' .

bony of opening the drawing. September 27th. Meeting' was calledto I the Serbian, Italian, British progressof Greek I urday night, when he had high tempeiature the beginning of the war and! was ableto Lnklutl"'I'\ 271IH 21iinll
in .n n VVMver' officers and enlisted order at 10 o'clock! Commander ', and al give his hearers first hand infoima-
by Captain French on Sunday morning '
; and! troops in the reclaiming of Palc'stinoPlovidellce ;: Ii.2tt0; : ) j'
lot the' army, assisted by a corps W. T. Weeks Serbia and the invasion of lowed another physician to be called lion concerning/ the great war ID.TfiOII.OriO
settled down to the tusk of Bulgarian i Colonel Pcrowne with evidentploasiuc 11I:1:
IIrr-
liewin spoke
Prayer by Rev. W. G. Law. territory, the Bulgars for in moved' to a samtaiiumTuesd (
/ begged! nn BrookerStaike IOJU | .
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rftjing the bowl. Two thousand ,I IIt" :Minutes of last meeting read( and, armistice, reserving to themselves y morning and attending physicians of the surrender of Bulgaria/ I : II.K.'iO:
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had been drawn and recordedr approved.Roll conditions. All the held out little hope for his recovry. to t the* Allies, but waineil I his, he'inetx 9
four ,clock in the afternoon was called and! the followinCnamE'd / territory now held l <' that successes of tins kind! must. not Hampton Kii' 7..MIO
by King Ferdinand's! is be
men to evacuated RaifonlWoithington( Ki.iro(; (
that probably a4<> hours comrades 'iiu to\ them to ,relax! their" e'foils' fenthe1 '
citing answered present to- Dr.) Ciiiskins; i
the Bulgarian army is to be mimediately was :17 years of age and l !tai II.IUN'w :
|li,I l IK reejuired to complete the wit: unmarried He winning of the war lie spoke' ofthe
born Starke
demobilized and all was in ,
ineunx River :a1 :I.I\U:
.. The' readers and tellers work-I W. T. Weeks, John 'roft I n. J. I t large/ army that Germany: still has
llyrd of transport inside the kingdom, even Bradford, bounty' the son of !Di. J. L. 1 Giuliani, :u: : .'>0Te.tuls '-
relay. -o the drawing continued S F. Morgan! : .f. M. Rimes P. A. ': I I Gnskins in Belgium and. Norlhotn \Fiance, and I
along the Dnnube to he n prominent physician of that
is given
/ / overinto 'I hi'ri'ssa :to :2,II l5II: ;
.I I u snout/ interruption through Thomas, henry Varnes, L. U.101': allied hands., county He was educated in New York said, that this fare, must be I eaten into _. 1''
I"rht",, ; 'llu work of drawing/ the ./. I. Dubose. linioliililnin.il "I"I'.ntl"I' befoie --
gun Thus in addition, to the isolation of and spent some years, in France, where 1575Campaign
ph. i 1- u ,I completed Tuesday af- Officers( elected as follo\ 's: Tuikcj, the back door to n direct invasion he was a student at some uf the best there mould, I" any real pe'ai c. lie said $11i.j.lljll
con' W. T. Weeks C. C. of known Kuiopean clinics Returning to t that this would 1 be, done in /good. tine, in lull Swing

cows if the impracticability ofguaph0g T. P. Register' 1st. Liout. wide open to Austria-Hungary the allies and! doubtless is flung/ Jacksonville about fight years ago/ he but that It would require every i VeMMiice I Re polls. roci'ivc'.l, from the county' by +'

,.ut the entire 17.000 John Croft, 2nd Lieut.D the time is not far distant when advantage establishid, himself and 1 speedily built of money and) men at I thecoin' :, Chan) ,'mail :itthews indicate that the I

(h, ,onltho first 100 were sent J. Byrd, 'Ird Lieut. I to the full will tie liken of the up a large practice. manI, of America and the Allies, JleurlC.tI people, ale wnli. *-awake tot the necessity
1\ : be All other oflicers to remain heretofore cvciyonc ,present to buy l.ilieityBondi : of buying/ the bonds and t that/ I'milTcm! 1'1\\
wnc' The others will not as new avenue through which the I J. ('. Darby, uncle of Dr Gaskm.s
enemy ): and thus help to bring thewar will go over the top III fine shape if tin +
W11 :1''" n II' ally i until the muster lists can be, r'r uhulr l with the debacle in last night stated I that a tht- IlIt'I'lIIent'wuuld 1 t'
to mil, at the e'.iiliest possil.lf time. ptcsent" good work of. I be district committee
The of an \
)"n'u ud I in.l mailed to the Local regular routine business wnsattended Serbia in Bulgaria complete, the Aus- I be at Staike but that no I '
to, IIftl'rhith the men I is kept I t up.vhiili I it must hand <> j'I
tni'iughout the country, which camp tiu-Hungarians in Albania will be
soon rlll1/Cl'IIJ.'uts would null! until P.
b'. lone in a few days. | broke, and nil fell in line and marked; be ,put to the test and. when their evacuation Gaskins/ was heard! from.' 111'-1 !I'. D. c. nets i iR-tr: i I.I ltlIC:: n I will be*. '
hi iiiiinbeMs down to n sumptuous dinner which the to their own borders is i BOND\( OF '!MM E: I I-'t'01 Rill I.OXNThe !I Seveiul district, i .oinmitti'emen who \ I !,
are arranged to coverlaig't accomplished -
I W T. Weeks'! Chapter U. I 1) C. had l the allies will have welded -- hive born ill town daring/ the weekhave .r '
as w'lIl1s the smallest dis- anion COLOR.D( ) :MEN! : LI.IT: that .districts
I 11)11| l'.tMI'Nine' : their
prepared for us. A cordial vote of statc'd! positively -
>t- II, th.' country, the largest clis- henn-circle about the central powers W T Weeks Ch.ipter' United
:I ii th,' I entry having 17,001) legII / thanks was given the ladies' I' from the Black: Sea' to the North 1 Daughters of ( Confederacy, was the were .not. /going ,to fail the govcincinnt l'
couldhlly
W. T. WEEKS: : loloieil men were entinmcd for ; that everybody who
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thai"
I In Bradford theici t fil-t t in Bindford nullity to pin n
county Captain Commander '' Sea.The Camp "seph, I'\,. Johnston, Jacksonville 'I'h" n bond intended. to do soD .
I ,, o; registrants.. Out the first town of St. Quentin upon which bond,' of the I ninth l.ibeitv Loan
l1a"" drawn and telegraphed/ S. l F. MORGAN, the Germans'; had so firmly budded thehope on September' :.ifith.: 'I hev weieerrrurr : I bond tens for $"ii(), hock for same 1I beI I J. "K:. Knight, county speakers, chairman I
Gn itwFsofNI'.WiihaPJetrv is putting' in t the* entire week with
in W"IIIIIKt..n there were JJ num- Adjutant. of 'providing/ an insuperable barrier I ing/ donated by ('ul. W. T. Weeks.
I \ndeison, Se.imore ,Edmund: Pnvate McKtmbl, one of our e>wnAmciican
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Ills IlId"11 in the serial numbers in to the allies at last has been entered Robinson, LoHlio Lee Ross. James i El-:I who has had full j
''f1l1t \ They are as follows: I SCHOOL DItMISSKI: ) UNTIL :\10:<; by the French and seemingly/ I'--'I! ; :'Io( 'oUK; :sVLI: boys a
the 'lerson, I'avlor Young/ Elisha: Jones I jem's, Mt'rvice at the fl"tmlll' : W.
'\Villiam Robert Crawford, Law. U.tt'I t for gateway swift advance is open to :Marshal Foch Richard Wise, Hat lice :'olalol'YtIunrou: .\. Foster a noted Y. 1\1. C,. A. worker
a eastward in his 11. I'eiribc-rg; one of Luke Butlcr'nwideauakc ' '
Hcdgman! 1 heir week's work includes fourteenspenking
: .Jame s Oliver Rosier, Raiford. I To prevent the spread.! of Spanish. task: of reclaiming/ northern France ,': Eilgni: Jtavis, colored, who has l been nicich.ints, is put' Itiig/ onI I appointments, Mr 1 Knight
influenza the Starke diimissed Meanwhile the '
oj James Gatlin Brooker.I school was German and their big sale to begin SnturdeyOetnhrr
Hardy at Camp A'l'rIuss.; ., for several / reports that so far they liuve helm
I Thomas Bailey, Dukes.I I at noon Thursday until Monday : allies on all the hnttle fronts have continued months, arrived home a few days ago/ r>th and continue' :10 days lie has u //Cr..t.I..Y.. laige and enthusiastic,
I I.onme Emmett Roberts Staike morning. i I to play a losing game, and retort full page advertisement ill today's T<'!I- that
__ ...__ has having been discharged on account of crowds lit e-ve-iv place visited! and I
''I Hardy Harris it that the Turks, realizing egraph. It good, store news Read
Raiford. is in
physical disability. he thepeople more en r-
> ne-vei saw ,
I their critical situation through .. .
; James Clinton Rowe successive its
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nest about anvthing' Ih:in met
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Will Fralick, Lulu. I THE WAR RELICS i! Bulgaria from the i -lIoltT S US 11.SIJ'I'J': ( : about buying/ Fourth Libe-ity.. Bonds
''I Willie Reddish, Starke. feelers. war are sending outpence : :\1-1.(: R. .t. WtEIiHJ'I'oS'n:1I: : lie lieves Itradfonl/ county citizens,

p1 I}rod" Edward: Chase, Staike i i ( II\IRM\N: ith I.JllJlCT1.0.01: : will do their full share toward ""nilI jp
From northern Belgium Services at the churches in StukrSunday
to the
I :' Robert Showers Lulu. TRAIN WILL BEHEREJUNDAY. of Verdun the battle region :I morning will he short in order, I ;big KIIISI'; Bill's ilieam" of world <"emtrol .
;, front is still
Walker Fritz Townsend, Lake :Mrs I R. .1. Weeks has .been Tumi- I ip
teething/ with activity on various bat that tho- in attendance may /go to seethe
Butler. tle fronts and with theentente forces :i rili" train which is scheduled! to ly nppointe| i hairrnan for Itrndforillounty 'I'he speakers have already visited
1 JRohl'l.t: Columbus Davis, Lake nf thu National Woman Liberty I
'Ihcressa iriihiim
Starke'
continuing/ to make gains against the arrive promptly ut 1.J: o'clock. The Lawlcy" ,
Butler I l.oiin ( ''mrnitl('( Fourth Liberty lirookor, Woithington, Dukes, Miller,
( be I
all invited
i'rmllnllhil'h ministi i < are to presentat
:.:; Itichard 1 Holder Lake are seriously imperil L,, ;Mrs' Weeks taken.
Bryant has the
I .I ling! the enemy linen ]I' the opening| of the ceremonies at the "" up' and/ Providene-e. Tenlny the-y will speak
Butter woik with lustomaiy) thoroughness I at hoed Thomas school and!
Mnlwav
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In Flanders. the Belgians and British train I l'he program will be opened' 1 1t
: 'Charlie Wade, Dukes / T. I.. ;/. and enthusiasm, and already bus the I Guilford Tomoriow" they will speak s b
in the with invocation Rev.I
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from '
I region Dixmude ,i .11
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F' 'ampbell Dell Tison Lake Butler WILL ARRIVE AT 12 NOON mcntien have further driven in their Barr lounly organi/ed. for this splendid at New: Rive.r. I L.ake /Butler and Raiford. n,
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"I'', I ( arey Eugene Harper, Hamp AND DEPART AT 3 P. M. sharp wedge eastward', capturing important - - I I
ton. towns and cutting lines of I'nv.ile! Guy C. C'ady, of the military '

I Us ; communication necessary to the continued polici at Hoboken, N. J/., is spending/ a
George :McClcnnon Jojncr,
I I.uwtey. CVRRIESONDKKiri.:: : lAIIIIIITION ; ) holding by the Germans of their furlough at Starke with his! mother. '

II-! William Cornelius Rivers Lake OP RELICS: ROM! : II.VTTLKFJELD submarine bases on the North Sea. --.---- --- [ Our Boys Over Here & Over There j} 'I
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Butler. *. OP FitM'E! : demonstrations have been held Miki: Futch, one of lawtey's soldier ,
11-( Vernon Run, Lake Butler. in Berlin in whuh police" intervention boys n.v in camp at Columbia, S. C., i

1 1.1: <'IIvin! Johnson, Worthington become necessary Some excesses were has aif.nn been on the sick list lie l'
' Next October tah( from 12 committed by the crowds, such as the has )bi confined in military hospital r
Thomas Turner, New River. Sunday, "i n a Mr and! Mrs: O. L. :(11.,1"C; aptairi Henry E.: Freeman. stating he '
, "" (laude Alex. Haien, Guilford. o'clock. noon until :'J o'clock p. m., the tearing down of statue The I possibilities for ?vet a week HUelTrmg with influenza l had A line
arrived! safely
.-- I War Relics Tram sent out by the !gov- of a cabinet crisis. in Germanyis which seems to be so prevalent from ovcr-eas
'rnment will be in Starko and will be indicated by the resignations of the among the soldiers in the various ill I France for some time. trip over and everybody/ in high npir-
TOWN OFFICERS: INSTALLEDt I i its wax the ehe'cnng r.1, I contained
open to everjbody., imperial l'hanl'pllor.'ice ihancellor, I camp, Mike's I many friends in Ilrad- :Mr. 1t",1Irs.; I.. V. Moon: of Starke I in the culll'l'r"lII.VIIJlwt I1
and foreign minister. ford will be glad to learn that he has '
the of the town council The train carries" a wonderful exhibition have received! u card' saying that lhrirsun I \ Brown one of Lttwtu'y'.epop-
'd Monday meeting night the officials elected including guns, torpedoes, cannon German Grip Broki just !I. fl the hospital and! is of health fast re- Auhr.'yIoor.; .', has arrnvecl wafely ular young sailor !boys, has, been gent c
his former
state
shells, trench mortars French 7.Vs, The German northern Franco turnim." to over-upas. I
September 10th were inducted into grip in to Melt. destination' 'unknown' on boardthe
,,I'e. captured German Memenwerfers: navy and! Belgium has been definitely broken - -- Private O. .i. Phillips! tame up from |11. S. S )iittlihip. Dex :Moinf '

Mayor C. F. Hoover, Alderman .1. F"e mines, aero bombs. German rifles with Even the most"' cautious military furni-h Marshal! Foch with a means> to Gainesville ami spi'nt :Sunday; at his His IrllthI..ro'u also in the* navy,

( > and Night Orticer Hen Johns are bayonets, gas masks, horse rp"pirI1'tors observers in Washington agree that embnrathe German retreat always home in Woodlawn Park and with his is doing! duty guarding, the waterfrontat

. niw members of the town govern.nt. machine guns and other relics of the Hindenburg line is,
the great world war. and army officer, centered their whole veritable! rout. Vanderbilt section. dipt ('h..<. Hill a brother of :Mr.
The council was reorganized by the'tlon Everyone who wishes to go through attention to the efforts of the German; King' by n wall of victorious enemie :Miss Viola himias received a letter Louis /II /Hill Lawtev'H well known

of De\Vitt C. Jones' as chair. the train should be on hand promptly leaders to extricate their arniu with >,'er the whole front from the from Alexander II. Warren from I real state' man, h"n just been heard

ir. as it is expected to arrive and depart out a crushing disaster. I I'orth"U: : to Verdun, the situation, of "Some when .in France" stating that ,' fr"J/ ,. is somewhere* in Europe: and ,
("Fu ulsh'rtlve by the council were, exactly on schedule time. The train' Outflanked in Belgium and in the I the Germane; in undoubtedly grave. he had! been .in the trenches and! was briefly, .t..t.',. that he hud, a splendid

tcil as follows: will he parked on the siding at the (harnpagne, the great German zone of ;I The dove, in Belgium ,is menacing vital getting slung fine.' trip ,ei.rosx, was not s.isi''k,, and Is '

TO"n attorney, A. S. Crews. wept .side of the depot and fenstve| works known as thi' Ilinden. coo.niunications on one side, while Private. Levy O. Witt who has been now, ,:ife and Hound, ready/ for any notion

Health officer, Dr. J. P. Tomlin on. in the block surrounded by Walnut, burg line, already was beiommir un- Ameri', "in and Fre.m, h t troops in the ,,, htatiorud at Pump Wheeler, spent a 'that will make for the early des
Member board of bond trustees, J. Ninth, Cherry and Tenth streets will t'1I1018h"n Field. J Marshal llaig's Champ" tine are surging' forward! toward few days with relatives at Worthington struetion of German I.tll'raey. I f s'

1'utch.f be reserved entirely for the people, no men smashed through it today lust ":ally' vital Mjpply lines in the re'nlly. He is now on his. WilY I I friends\ and rel.itivos of Henry Green
ire chief, W. I. Wall. automobiles or teams being allowed to north of St. Quentin The immediate I' other The battle line i* assuming the "(her 'Ihi re" to do! his! bit for the vn" regret very much tei learn of his serious
renter' this area. The Boy Scouts and investment of the city by French soldiers shape '' a vast trap thrusting its jaws tory of freedom for all. illness at Camp Jackson. He has
Ti extra police will be on hand to assist and the swift widening of the gulf the German armies. :Mr. and ;Mrs. O. U Gordon '
ESSIUI: !'\ W. II. [ out to of Kit-' only been in the i";imp a few weeks and! "
GREENE in safely parking! the teams and automobiles breach northward, coupled with the I The (;..rman leaders have seen their ford, hate received u card! from their, I I suffering from u severe attack of in. 11 '

along the adjoining streets. continued! rapid! progress of. French, Hanger. Official reports to. the stateidepartnuent H"n. Carlos G. Gordon, stating that he tlul'nzlnn.1 pneumonia.. Latest reports -

1'! A. Hess has-sold; his farm three Automobile owners are to feel entirelyfree Belgian and British forces in Belgium, ) indicated that evacuation has array"d! safely over-seas., lIe lund'!II indicate/ that he is still in a serious '"

Ics south of town to W. II. Greene. to use their cars for coming to seethe it is thought: may possibly upset the of the submarine* bases on the Belgian ed I in Lnglaml: after a fine ocean voyage condition and hill father ;Mr. Allen F

f. Greene* sold his farm In the games train. whole German scheme of retirement coast was imminent. There also isconclusive and! writes that he likes tho country Green, of Hrooker, 'left :\Iondllvar.
:ality a few months ago but deeid- This is the only stop the train will which already has begun on the evidence that the evacua- fine. ternoon for that camp. /He will\ remain i

that he did not want to give: up make in Bradford county during the Rheims front. tion of the lines before Uheims is well ;Mrs. A. II. Freeman received a cablegram with hu. son until he gets better
rming. I Fourth Liberty Bond campaign. British penetration of the line, may I under way. Monday night from her son, l .


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t fcorthwcht outskirts of the city, while COFFINS CASKETS -
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Week's Summary of the WarM rn naval environs.division has reached the .south- And a full line of WIREFENCESelling

South:> of St. Quentin to LaFcie" the Undertakers' Supplies
M \.' 'j Trench have
: : pressed forward their Automobile Hearse.!
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Ili"" i ..,. CO..UIEIUC.'flWOI'S !French, Serbian, Greek and Italian one and taken some oOO; prisoner.- 'A- Always on hand. The best ser
:SMASH; HOLK: IN: Hf.N.. TKONT armies plunging ubead l through the i ong the Chemin-des-Uomea the 1- re- vice at the lowest prices. Special very fast. I advise early
reh< have advanced their line fur a
1 I jmountaitiB of liberated Serbia Only distance attention to orders. purchase. Half car load alreadysold.
( Twelve- towns and more iJJO miles ahead of their advance of two miles, capturing the telegraph I II
than Friday five-thousand German prisoners ,,guards is Belgrade, across the Danube ijghebt point on the famous ridge. I I cannot promise additional
I In Belgium the Belgians and Bri- Registered Embalmer
ifrom the of
be the American pUmu Hungary.
have been taken ( sh have driven forward and taken I supply after what I have handis
p conjunction with I With the defection of Bulgaria it on \
troops fighting in H'ixmude' ten miles from the North; "
DeWITT C. JONES
the French, in a new offensive begun .would bo necessary: for hard pressed "l j'\
southeast of gone
I fe.'a Nieuport bringing
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from northwestof 'Austria to throw across her Fla.
an army Starke
extending
ij the region I heir line into closer union with that U
of I I decline in
Verdon to within fifteen miles southern frontier, thus making another I n the region of Ypres. The capture of guarantee no prices; so (,
her waning man-
cathedral city of Khoims. inroad upon Jiixmude, if it is pressed for further buy
the now.
to a bulk of her forces is facingthe
advanced The
power. inns will General Pcrshing has officially detailed '"
Americans eastward affect
I seriously
depth\ The of seven miles, overcoming the eager Italian army along the L 1 he German submarine babes on the to the American Y. :M. C. A. See me for labor saving farming
of the enemy. 1'i.ive and the mountain region. Emperor the
of
resistance north Bea.Additional. entertaining our soldiers in .
r stubborn Kansas and :Missourn William already has called upon large numbers of the I' France. There are now 110 professionals implements.,!, Give me your order 'I
(s Pennsylvania forces Charles for !help on the western en-
were among the fighting Emperor; my have been made prisoners and giving vaudeville shows, concerts : now.
troops !
41 than day, won territory \ front and Austro-Hungarian and entertainments often
in less urge quantities of stores have been overseas
which,
of great importanceenemy to the divisions are fighting beside the Germane aptured. under shell fire. Place your order now for Syrup
advancing}
his army against the steadily .
further depleted Keeping -- ----
and or killed, or Dntiih, French and Americans. up relentlessly their violent I Cans, before another advance.
captured
men ttacks from the iu Sincere Gratitude
near
through reservoirs of sea Belgiumo
still has large
.3 Italy
'Ie wounded invaded Buiirari.i |men and any weakening of the Austrian the region of Verdun, the Belgian, :Mrs William Bell, Lognnsport, Ind., ;
British troop have of Lake Uoiran front to send forces to the other ritish, American and French troopsre writes: "I deem it my duty to expressmy DeWIIT C. JONES
rf i i from the north another epochin fronteir of the empire probably would fast driving wedges. into the enemyne gratitude for the good Chamber
in Macedonia: making from the for general attack torecuver forcing/ him to retreat or defeat- lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy! did
be signal
Aside a Starke Florida
? the history of the war. of I not only the invaded Italian jug him in twugulnary battles. No rest me when I had a ::/ attack of diar ,
l, the moral effect of the penetration of King I i I territory but the "lost provinces". as I I being accorded the Germans and, npI rhoea three years sere It was the on-
country I I I arently their front "
the mountainous is futit going to ly medicine that relieved me. -Adv.
1 !Ferdinand the maneuver it likely to [Well.With leces under the impetus of the allied
of great strategic value oncthe I I Bulgaria evidently fallen by lows. .. -
prove the wayside, with Turkey staggering
Istruumit/.a river valley leading In Belgium, between Dixmude antI
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welter of internal
is and with Austria
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railway
,,, toward the Sofia-Seres::> discord and dissent, the shaken armies pres King Albert's men have pres-
'J reached. I ed back the German front from fouro !
of William grudgingly October
are 7thAnd
:' Meantime with the days Teutonic of adversity allies continue in falling Emperor back upon their own frontiers risoners.five miles Ground and that taken the six thousand hud Beginning Monday,

and the }before, the irrestible blows of Marshal1.'vch'lI enemy
southern Serbia:> anlll'alelitine. British, French and American eld since the invasion of Belgium in Continuing For Several Weeks
keeping up
British and French are Americans 11)14) has been restored to Belgian
The French and '
their maneuvers" which are gradually troops. wnership through the efforts of the

bringing, the important hands town In Serbia of St.:> and plunged Verdun forward where again the British between attacked Kheim axed Belgian and British forces, andt The Greatest Merchandising Event ;
into their last accounts the allied forces
y Quentin were
wide front in the Cambrai sector.llet..el'n J
II British
1 the Serbs, Italians. Greeks and on a have taken ell on their way to the important
them already Of
still threatening the enemy for unction of Uoulers. HalfACenturyFURCHGOTT'S1
are
I. ces with disaster by reason of their I more than 20,000 prisoners and many. To the south from the region eastf

t I -! ../lunnro.. and the. state of COnfuS- guns of all calibres. Arras to St. Quentin the British
rapt Uu>- and I While the tide of victory was running
i 'i hichu-tle; Bulgarians I I
ion into ith the Americans fighting on their
have been thrown by theshock : so strongly for the gallant armies
Germans; right everywhere have penetrated the
President Wilson was
of the entente
'I of the offensive. of erman defenses over the thirty-five
Likewise the Turks in Palestine arc again voicing the determination mile front. Desperate resistance was r""{
being sadly hantHxed by the forces oft the United States to battle on until ffercd by the Germans, but the allied\
the British Gen. Allenby and the tribe- German military autocracy is forever roops refused to be denied and swept
\, men of the King of the HedjaH.! Almost crushed. through the remaining portions of the' 50th ANNIVERSARY
surrounded east of the Jordan The pride of peace will" be impartial lindenburg; line, and are standing. ,
to all nations, he declared. LEI
justice
endeavoringto
frantically
t the Turks are ccording to the latest reports, virtu-
"The world 1 does not want terms. It
extricate themsrlcvcs! from the converging lly on the doorsteps of Cambrai
wishes the final of justice .
east triumph
allied forces. From the lure than lli.OOO; ( prisoners have been

I and 1 south the British are driving the i I and fair dealing._ ak"n in this region since Friday. APPRECIATION of the many friends and customers, some of
,1 northward, und coming! Meantime the Americans have aNodviinccd )
U; south Ottomans to meet the enemy and crush him 'GUITKsrLI.IKD; : OFKKNMM: their front, capturing liiieulcssurMeusc IN whom have come to "The Store Accommodating" for fifty years,
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l't\(' f I I between, the two allied\ lines cr"lhinJt1l are the j i I OI'. WAR :NOf.MIKR: ) WA\ : and Romagne, und at who have made the past half century years of rapidly increasing J

Arabs Seemingly with all list accounts were progressing favor-
I
I of the Jordan now in allied hands the Sunday Over a front of more than bly northward along the :Mi-use: vnl- business, we propose to make our Golden Anniversary so remarkablefor

Turkish fourth army has little chance 2,() miles from the North !sea' to Vor- ey and to the east. of the Argonne: values offered that it will long be remembered throughout Florida
,
,. to escapi1.Taken dun the allies are smashing into the orest. the turning of which by the and Southern Georgia. Those who seize this opportunity to purchase
,
allied wide and
in conjunction with the German defenses on four ombined forces of Gen. Gouraud and
offensive which has materially bent important sectors. The enemy is faced I en. Liggett seems probable' within a Winter Apparel and complete all Holiday gift buying, as well as those

\.1";. ((1! back the iermnn(: front in Flanders with the greatest allied offensive. effort hort time.Thl' who buy for immediate use will find that dollars invested during this
,. and. along the since the beginning of the war
and 1'icardy, Bulgarian delegates who
Il,"r Aisru-Artois, the new drive Marshal: Foch I1"r'n'h| all the sectors; of the British ndeavoring to arrive at terms with are Sale will bring the biggest kind of returns in actual savings.

1.' i in the south will bear Important fruitif American und Belgian troops he allied forces under which Hul-)

(J northward it meetsvith the entire success.western Driving battlefront are inroads progressing are being I successfully.made into the Serious(1i'r-. n aria Snlomki will quit, but the the war Italian, have, French arrived Every Family in Florida and Southern Georgia will Want j t

Ir, would, ,be shaken and of nectsHitybi man defensive system north of Ypres, reek, Serbian and British armies are
( to readjust itself. Later around C'ambriii, north of the Aisne eejiing their drive south- Make
I > compelled up across to attend. it a pleasure trip. Come with friends.
' ..t \ al railway lines of great importance and on the Champagne-Verdun sector rn Serbia and into Bulgaria.
.\ between Luon Additional, prisoners have been added .
to the iPiirmn(: ,positions Krushevo the )Bulgarian base tweny
'Ii t, be directly in the path to the allied total of 27,01)0( ) for -
"r' ,.. s' of and the Verdun advancing FriinroAmrrit'imforces. the last three days and l several hundred aptured miles! north by the of Italians;Monastir in, has front been of If you attend the first day October 7th, you can combine j

,l, r junction, Vou/.ii'rs on, the an main important Inc from railway been taken more guns fl'om tho of all enemy.calibres have horn the Bulgarians are in rapid lereat. pleasure and profit, Ringling Bros. Circus and our Great Sale. !

1 t I' l.aon to Motis. i but twelve miles northof i i Vilnl successes are I being gained by The Serbians have won the im- !
ortant of
mountain Plachdu-
which already is in thehands the British in their new drive fur range
Servon !tsa, south of Koch.inn. while to theast
French.The I (iCnnibriii! in "hkhnwl'klln troopsare
the
of
,Americans through the captureof aiding in the region west of \I.e the British and Greek; forces :

I (iorii'ourt; northwest of Verdun, are ('ati-ltt. From the west the British are IItnkc.n further !t'I'itol'from/ then1.my FURCHGOTT'SJACKSONVILLE
the region of Lake, Doiran ,
in
leads no..tht" within and! miles ]
in the :'lcIIH"'lIlIc'y, which | one lhrce-iiarter(|
: ward to Sedan and a little farther : of timilirai> at two points and all ml across the border in Bulgaria I

, at Va r11IIt'H, have won the A ire natural olotarlos. have been overcome. In Palestine the victory over the
/ I west valley which winds in a northwesterly The sauna is true on the north where urks is all but "Olll!>".t.... Friday I FLORIDA
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direction to Vou/.iers. successful advance I t the Kntish are pushing forward' ra- fight: ion. Allenby had! counted 1 50,
V l /i I along these two \alleys for any pidly. Southwest of (.'u m bra i FU'ld, I 00/ men made prisoners and 8,000) ) 1 1I
appreciable distance would he disastrous :Marshal Haig's men are fighting for unit, :20.000 machine guns und! enor-
f,,1 t to the (;Icrman lines from the ,the crossing of the Schelde canal lous quantities of material captured.The !.

r !11 North sea to the Swiss frontier I llonai, the German base northwest I I
Northwest of.r.lun Montfaucon: ';of Arras and one of the outlying defenses Ford :Motor Car Company contributed I,
\tf a German; strong point of great resisting of the great fortress. of !Lilli. $50,000 to the Y. :M. C. A. war
I I' I power, is said to I be in American i also is threatened by the C'ambrai fund.! Henry Ford l wanted to know. how i
1 1' bands as likewise are several other 'operation. the money was being spent. A highly CONTINUING THE GREAT[
I , villages between the :Meuse and the I Belgian troops entered the great fovoVuble report submitted l to the

A i re. ,offensive movement Saturday by beginning millionaire builder of automobiles and
I Around St. Quentin both the British an operation in conjunctionwith I submarines. by his corps of investigators
I and French armies: have made further the British in the I>ixmude-YprllSurl'lI. who visited! army und l navy camps
' '; advances against the Germans and repulsed throughout the United States, causedMr.
le: heavy counterattacks In Flan- i( On the western flank of the ChampjgncVerdun Ford l to place his. "Okay" upon the
J"( tiers and also near Arras the British offensive, the Frenchare work of the Y. :M. C. A. which he states
r have advanced their fronts pushing over the heights behind) is "unquestionably doing wonderful SACRIFICE SALE
'the Ilindenburg line. From the At'gonno work and the soldiers in camp. today
t lU'I.GAUI.VS DKKKCTION % l1.1. east of the Meuse, the Americans would be lost without them," (referring -

('.\lISI': Tl'Kh'S TO'lEI.' .}) are forcing their way into the to the Y. :M. C. A. secretaries.) I
i'KreiinhiM positions.With .
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of the a 2.riO-mile:!! line aflame
With the welding over
; Saturday- its entire Grosvenor Gnrdeiw; Army "Y" Hut in Our custom is to clean house at the end of
t armies of the entente into a compact length, Marshal Foch has London England l, reports over 2,000, each season in order that
l whole under command of the inter- the German; command; in u tight place.On OOO) the odds and ends of off-season
men including Americans have goods be moved take
council guided! by the mas till, 'h of the fear sector the allies may out. We
allied war 1
passed" through its doors since it was
threnti'ii" Important bases and valuable opened! in January llti.! this course in order to have more space for our new line of goods, and
command 1 probably! will have treulleLin
uppercatty I placing: its. leserves to the best lidMulture to avoid carrying goods to another season. This fall we have some

I Bulgariamalli'st of the Teutonic u as the allies are in a poso- TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR rare bargains to offer in

allies seems to have struck her colors. tion tii strike on still more if Marshal NASTY CALOMEL j
l'rt"lIIit'rlall11off" : has asked for an Foch thinks necessary
J armistice to ion.ulcr term of peace.Whether In Macedonia( the allies are press-!
he is acting' upon his own responsibility I, ig the defeated Germans; and Bul- Starts your Liver Without Mak- WOMEN, MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING I
the representative of iiriims in Itulgaria: on the (east into
an
, voluntary partywith the approval !I Ibaniii. on the vvi ,t and toward Uekubn ing Yci: Sick and Can- SHOES, HATS and FURNISHINGSWe

1. of King Ferdinand and the government the north. The Serbians. who are not Salivate. I II
remains in d".hl. In either case, t the apex of the salient, are movingownrd .- I

however there u h'tdou"t\ that j.s Uskub\ having I taken Voles! and Every" druggist in town-your drug"st are offering greatly reduced prices on goods that will be certain I
Bulgaria: hits ceased to !I" a military garrisons. \! and everybody's druggist has noticed
factor in the war. Her armies are in U is. reported that the Austrian for a great falling off in the sale to cost much more next year. All goods are steadily rising in price,

inailed.\ es f 1 truo.this in Albania is. the ore logical being result withdrawn of the of calomel.Dodaon'a They all give the same and it will pay you to buy and hold some of these great values. Here I

Seceusion of the Balkan state from \Hied drive in Macedonia as the .\us'Inn. its reason.place. Liver Tone is taking are a few samples of the many we offerMen's I

the thraldom of Germany: will be almost ) .. would bo in n precarious posi-
J as severe a blow, to the Teutonic .on should they attempt to hold} their "Calomel is dangerous and people
alliance as was the collapse of ]Uussia ne in southern Albania. I know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is Suits $6.95 up Ladies' Coats $4.95 up II

to the allies! I perfectly safe and gives better results Boys Suits 2.98 up Ladies' ShoesChildren's .98 up
If Bulgaria lays down her arms Men's ShoesMen's
, Turkey her armies shattered by the \IIEll: iti.ons OF ALLIIS: Uod.son's Liver Tone Is person 2.19 up Shoes 914 up I
coup of (icn. Allenby in Palestine, ally Guaranteed by every druggist who and Boys' Hats .95 up Ladies' Waists .45 up :

I will be cut off from her allies. Herlines :M.md.i.v. 'American troops.boys' from sells" it A large bottle costs 50 cents, Outing Flannel .29 Percales .17 I
up Homespun up
L. \& of communication will be severed ,J ew ork, Tennessee and North and! and if ft fails to give easy relief in i I etc.
, the Black sea through oath Carolina, in the thick of of liver
except across were every case sluggishness and Our line of Groceries is the
Rumania or over the mountain peaks ho fray Sunday which badly smashed! constipation you have only to ask for most complete in town. Our prices arc

/ of Transcaucasia in Iu.ilh'rl' the 1 ha t German; positions over n front of I your money back. the cheapest. Price our groceries---you will then trade with us. $1.00 :
I grip of the German-controlled. Itol.sheikiM lore than fifty miles, from the re Dodson's Liver Tone
is
\' i \becoming steadily weaker.With | Ion of Arias to LaFere. tasting purely vegetable a pleasant- War Savings Stamp given with each $25.00 purchase during this sale. I

her supplies of German; made On a three-mile front the Americans harmless' to both children remedy
and adults
munitions and raw material hangingby termed the Ilimlcnburg lino and cap- Take '
such a slender thread, military observers red the towns of liellicourt and) Nnu- a spoonful at night and wake
, t believe the Ottoman empire 0)'. crossing the Cnmlirui canal in the up feeling! fine; no biliousness sick Cash Department StoreSAM
will have no course left but to follow Derations.Meanwhile. headache acid stomach or constipated

1' the example of her Balkan neighbor.But : to the south, the British bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause
it make little difference to termed the main Ilindenburg\ defen- I inconvenience all the next day like
thet entente, .. the Turk abandons es on the Scheldt\ canal, crossed the violent calomel. Take a dose of ca10m",1 ROSENBERG Proprietor
Germany and Austria. If Bulgaria aterwny and, !gained the hills beyond today and tomorrow you will feel 1 ,
.', quits, he can no longer be, a menace to taking many prisoners To the north weak, sick and nauseated. Don't losea

";. their plan he British their hand on Cambrai day's work! Take Dodson's Liver STARKE, FLORIDAwwAf
I The back door of Austria will stand :.10 important German base, over Tone instead and feel fine, full of vigor
i ajar before the victorious British, hich recently there has been much and ambition. l\\-5V4

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?a Z Sale will surpass all Sales that Bardford County ever | find our.ilnrn 1 a lit iii. \tiftUT than ..ultTliifil.!. So tlon't \In mislctl.X !. r'. *
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The crisis has come! The unexpected has happened. We are forced to sacrifice i..

y'' our complete stock of Fall and Winter Merchandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing,

Shoes, Ladies' and Men's Ready-to-Wear, at least everything for the whole family to p

wear at such ridiculous low prices that it will astonish the surrounding public of this vi-

, cinity, as we are going to sell everything in the Cut Price Store. Nothing held back, big lh a{

or little. Everything must go, as we are forced to raise the cash. Money is what we've

got to have. So now you have the chance for 30 days to buy all your Fall Goods at a

l great saving. This will be your opportunity to save money. We are not offering inferior *'< ,

i or shelf-worn goods, but new and seasonable merchandise---the goods you need for the

r coming winter. It will pay you to borrow money and attend this Great Sacrifice Sale '

' at the Cut Price Store. We only ask that you come and witness for yourself.




Sale Starts Saturday October 5 1918

?i iFlUU.Y.OCTOBEH


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It is impossible for us to mention the prices of everything in the Cut Price Store. We want you to come

and see for yourself as seeing is believing. The money you will save during this Great Sacrifice Sale will enable

you to buy a Fourth Liberty Loan Bond which will mean a help to you and our great government, as money l
saved is money made. On each Saturday during the 30 days we have a clean-up of all the odds and ends in all

departments. Come early and be on hand each Saturday. The few prices mentioned below will give you an t

idea how the goods will be sold at the Cut Price Store during this Great Sacrifice Sale. 1


Thousands of yards of Outing, All Colors, :Men's medium weight, light color pants, suit- Hoys': Pants, all sizes and grades.: 5-inch Embroidery, worth l 12c to 15c.;
worth 35c; and 40c n yard able for work pants. Worth $2 Sacrifice Sale I'rice, up from -- .49 Sacrifice Sale PriceSacrifice ._ .06
Sale Price______________ .24 to $.), Sacrifice Sale Price____ $1,39 Ladies Work Shoos, monkey> skin Ladies' Crepe Iii, Chine Wants.)
Cotton Batting, worth 20c. We Must Raise! the Money $".7. value. Sacrifice Sale ]Price.19 $:.50$ ; value Sacrifice Sale i Price $2.69Sacrifice 1
Sale Price, per roll_____ .11.hliliren' Gingham, Dresses, all sizes, very I'.nys',: flue Serge Suits, worth $8 Silk, all colors I : and I'.l' and thing, for school wear.Sacrifice : $S.98
:Deli Blue Serge Suits, $18.50value. ; d 1 yl Oft to $H.50. Sacrifice Sale Price $2.25; value. Sacrifice Sale Price pl.UU '
Sacrifice Sale Price__-ijl't.Ot$1.39) / Sale I Price----------------- .lust/ received a new assortment of Lulit.'I''e: carry a large line of ;Men's: and YounijMen's
Our complete line of Men's Women's, and Men's: Work Shoes! from $1.98 Up. Suits of the new stjles I I that we will sacrifice Clothing in Dark I I Hrown and (;ray
Children's! Shoes! will be sacrificed during felt Grade; of Dress Ginghams; now worth during: this Sale No; two, Suits alike. that we will, close! out
this! Sale at Very low prices\ : from lie: to lOc per yard. ..I G; inch wide Black and liluo Serge. Ladie.s arid :Misses: Heavy Sport Coat- Our
Sale Price________ 24 .69 G.OO; and Value.
Ladies' Skirts, well made, large assortment.Sacrlhce ---- $l. value. Sacrifice Sale I'rice.--- 1 Regular $ $7.00
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Worth from $3.00: to $8.50.: One lot of Drummer's) Sample Shoes: for La$1.98- Yard wide :I: Sacrifice( Sale Price ,
Sacrifice' Sale' Price, up from___ dies! to be Closed Out Sacrifice Sale Price,19 Large line of Men's! Women's and hildren's: a
One lot of :Men's Shoes, Regular <1'1 :Men'Sampson Hrand Overall Only 'JO yards to a customer Sweaters, : to be S.u'rificed..k. to See Then f
$3: value. Sacrifice Sale Price 89 $2.30::! ::; value. Sacrifice Sale Price ,i':'autiful Assortment of Ladies Shirt 1Vaist.111 i-olors Sash Ribbon, t 1-2 to ; inches wide. t
Suit Cases worth $1.30.::; Ladies! and ('hildrennew Fall Worth from $1 I.:-5: t.. $1.30 I :" each< 93 Worth from :JJOc; to-15e; pet' \'..ird..Sacrifice .14
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Klorid.i.i No Man "",
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J, C. UOIII'lSO'li.odalt': : :' Editor., :


IglB OCTOBER |9j I! :: Than This That a Man Lay I: k


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t '. lon ; life. Today they :sleep in soltiers' -
I AM I I't'HUC\ ) OPINION: : : -a \
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.. All men fear me! 1 declare that \ sentiments: ", of :-'niu' to homeS '
Uncle Stun .hall not KO!: to his ti '
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knees to beg!: you to buy his and country failed to them to /
-.1 bond. That i i.s no position for u \ I ) P' nth ,.- V lives in the great world war t l ly
.., have w.
But if you '' i .r
fighting man.
... the money to !buy and do not buy '. I t;; '+ t it that is fein>, aged on the one side

.. I will make- this No:-'; Man's I.nnd -.. 'R YR r tr 1"! ,... I by greed for gain and lust for pllw'.K
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for 1 ;
,. you iM er, and on the other side by the
not by
I will judge l ( you your ..
words. eternal of freedom and
leirmriee expressed in mere ,. , principles
... I will i judge you not by march your ., 1\ -<' r '' ' ; justice that are the foundation
boys
mad cheers UH our 1
'. away to whatever fate may have /. ( ? stone of our great Government.: ?

.... in I store will for j judge them.you not by the R ;f 1 '" ,'. They heard 1 the call. They f ,. : ;

.. warmth of the tears you shed over '.., .. : answered. They di'd.nd they ,
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dead and the
the lists of the '
.. injured that come to us from time ?, died Il'k e men. ....

.. to time. ro-.. Today, while the autumnal ; '
I will judge, you not by your .. '
WILLIE JONES OI1 STAKKE
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t. Uncovered head und solemn mien ' : winds of Northern Prance chant a r {
,.. us our maimed in battle return to ", 'i Died of Wounds KeceUt-d in )Knttle requiem; above' the grates of these .
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shores for loving care.Hut '
'. our us wise as I am just, I will ...- ,u, ::.. fallen heroes \\e for whom they 1 ? ,
..' judge you by the material aid you '...' fought/ and died have recei\ed our call. ) ,mow t..r. .r "
rive to the lighting men who are :tae L k -
facing death that you may live ... It is i not a call to gi\e up the comforts of our IW1I1l'''' and face/ the privation, and hardships and tans f ,.
in '-- ._.,.. '
and have being -
and move your
... gers of, the battlefield.
world mad Baft
.. a I warn -ou-doll't talk patriot ..... \ Of a t truth, il is not a call to us to giro any I hint;. 1 ;\

,. in ism talking over here victory unless Over your There.money ...'. It is :simply I a call{ to us from/ our internment; to loan it a part.of our money in order that it may carry NEAI, LAMJFOHI: !)

'.. I am public opinion! As I .' \ on this; war to a successful: conclusion{ and make the uorld /forever safe/ from the bestial inlluences that Of Lake Kutler. killed in I Hat: t
fall!
judge, all men\ bland nr -
.. r'rom an advertisement in Life .l. started 1 the present carnival bloodshed. tie. l@@
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,' . to :;::::S' Let us; not. in thi.; great hour fail to measure up to the full :standard of American manhood and I fi
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American womanhood. Our Government; has; called on BJ'adford I Count.t. citi/ens to .

In this. crisis our government is expelling Let: us not dishonor" (the memory of these boys who died that buy $1.">,>,ISO; () worth of Liberty Bonds of the fourth is.stie. It c\- I'\

Iql Don't(' sneak every our man in to n do corner a man's and part wait we might/ live' in peace and security. peels us; to buy them between now and midnight Saturday, October '

for Homeoiie, elm to .do your \p.irl. If Their heroic "sacrifice calls to us from the battlefield made sacred lJt! h. d!

to you conn.1.do you will In- sorry for it in days '\\4 by their Wood and the blood of thousands, of other ) oung Americans There must be no faltering./ 'i& 'I

who like them hate in full.'l' must the call. ''
--------- paid answer: .
The man who has n boy in tho army '
ought to want to buy bonds to make '
mire that his boy will be, properly ta-
h.'n'III'a of, ant the man who his: not ',-
been called on to give!: a son to the !
nrmy deserves to I Inostracised" if he Committee

does purchase.Don't can not raise,buy I hnniN the, money, provided to ,make of courseho the Bradford County Liberty Loan :


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-wait for a I Liberty llond eommitteemaii ,\ny member of the I Bradford County Liberlt Loan: Committee will take your application for bonds lint don't wail for them to 'I'IF

to have tn hunt you "I'' and hunt you up.) (io; on a hunt for them and don't stop until .ton hate answered the call of your KOternment. answered the blood call of

l persuade government.you, to buy and.bomU.it :is just This. as is the heroes who hate /giten\{ and will yet give{ t their lives for ) nu. and.- answered t the call of jour own conscience. '

much your your duly to hunt the committeeman The personnel of the Comittee is as follows:
UH it is for him to hunt you Kveryhody t
get:: busy. and Bradford" 1 county E.: S. Matthews Starke, Chairman. :Mrs. K. A. Weeks ('lllirman'nm: :'"...' Committee. 4

s quota ten days.1'residfiu will. be subscribed within thenext II. .1. Stewart, Lake Butler, Vice-('hairman. Hey C II, AbernathyChairman Church Committee.E. ,.

1). E. Knight/ Chairman Speakers Committee. It. IVippell, Chairman School Committee. "'--

Wil.soii sent out a mossage N. Sternberg, Chairman Publicity Committee. .\. V. J.ong! Chairman Special Sales Committee.
on Thursday. to the American people
linking them not to slow up on bond )DISTRICT) 1 1. 1..111"r'iv:1: William. )DISTRICT) No. R, RAIFORD
subscription because of the good new
from the hutttefront. That is right. 11'. !I'. (;Godwin Chairman. M.: L. Summers. A. Andrews, Chairmn.Gco. .

While the boys at I the front are hitting( Louis H. Hill.V. { ; O. Jacobs.
hard we must hit hard at home'e \ \ E. Torode.J.C. )DISTRICT) NO 3, HROOKER
must. have team work if we hope to R. II. Weaver.;

end the-war--quickly-.. t.I - H.trd.: .1ohn.Shriver Chairman. T. B. Handley.

You nre going to buy Fourth Liberty 'R Enoch (irifTis.Dr. (.. Ha/.en. J. S. lilitch.DISTRICT .
Loan bonds. Why not do it now and E. I.. Kiggs. Wm. M. Harrcll.
let Hradford be one of the first counties J. D. Handall. G. IJ. Colson. No.J.! WORTHINGTON-
to KO over the top'e have n II. S. Miller, Chairman...
lot of tine boys at the battlefront and 31. P. i Mathen)'.
they are not faltering about doing DISTINCT No. 2. LAKE ItUTLEU .1. L. Brown.
their part. Why should we hesitate )DISTRICT) I fi STARKE I R. It. Roberts.
nnd wait to be persuaded to do I something (:J. Alderman, Chairman. o. x
that we know we ought to do : A. C. Strickland. ::1 0 T, Hitch Chairman. .I. S. Howard. -

L and must. do. ? Conic-Oil ---- C. J. Knight. C. D. Gunn.A. II. C. Peeples.: ,
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The United, States 1 nod her allies \ p I{. J. Andrews. M. Darby )DISTRICT): ;No. 10. :NEW RIVER ..,

ore"rapidly.winning The,the Ill)L'k wnr' response and. winning. of (our it L. .\. Duncan. (i. C. Livingston.J. G.; Andrews, Chairman.

government with men and money i is C. A. Roberts. :M. ,\h'arel. J. E. Adkins.

turning the trl'k.'t' must keep up R J. W. Townsend. .1. M. :Mitchell. I D. W. Kelly. --0:.
the lick until Germany and her allies\
are licked' to a fruzyle. We must buy AL: L. McKinner.: R. .\. Weeks M. J. Sapp.:

bonds and I keep on buying\ so long us \ John Croft. A. Adkins. S. C. Crews. ::f
our government needs" (the money to
maintain our army and. nav)'. Buy Ir..1. E. Maine: l'I: Stump.. DISTRICT No. 11. (GRAHAM
yours today. Sam Rosenberg.
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national .J os. E. W'I' -
crisis of
j In this great our : H. Roberts.
life I don't be a thing. He an upstanding \\ S. Croft, Chairman. J. R. Davis.
all of I 1). J. I" rd. '--
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I' the. Fourth Liberty ponds! your financial James =
DISTRICT. 7 HAMPTONA. Reynolds.
condition, will I.rmlt', of. When J. J. HlackwelderM. -
you have done this even if you buy : .\. Weeks. .\. burden, Chairman. Chesley Fogg./

only done. n as fifty much dollar ns the bond, greatest, you will among have 'R J. E.: Douglass) : \\ 'G. Seals. DISTRICT No. 12, THERESSAR. -, '

in. Hut\ don't try to ea.e your conscienee .1. \ Jones. C. Heiberger, Chairman.

r ; know with and a fifty vmir dollar neighbors bond when know DISTRICT :No. I I. PROVIDENCE: .1. .\. Futch.: D. W. Moore.J. .

you that you can well nffori/ ) to buy more. \1)r. \\. C. Witt, Chairman. A. Nimmo. S. Roebuck. r1

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This ".1. C. C. person who has been ,
vritinc, to the newspapers stuff that O. Brooks W. Alexander.. .\, L. Sullivan.
seemed to have a somewhat disloyal) \
flavor, turns out to be a lady n Mr.
Julia f. (Coon of ,\r"II.iltV\ ,' have received -
n further communication from To the Sacred Mtmor.v of Our Boys Who Hate(; Fallen,

her brought out by our comment on To t the Health of Those" Who Live and Carry on.And ,
her first letter, and I we judge\ ( she is
worrying herself inn nuiih about to the Winning of the War
things that will probably adjust them- l \
felve some wiiv without her interven-!
tion. We would siiggent that she put BANK OF STARKE STARKE FLORIDADedicates
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in her snare time at the Red ("ross or ,
selling War Savings Stnmns, ;insteadof
fretting about "plots" anti the "cap this; Space. '
italistic press." There in no capituli.tic
ores<. in Florida unless it be over at '

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I :'IIlTITIII t CORN IIKKORKSTORINli: I
:< \\'' pay from $2: to $::1"! 'per set u 11 i

: i : r[ Gaiety Theatre ]! ken! or not). We also\ pay actual I v "i'

.\ long -huck coming well over the for diamonds I old gold silver, t bull I I ,

Bits of Local ,IIi end "fIIL'I car keeps weevils out while work. Send at once by parcel 1 l'"-1 t > I

-non,. as t the crop is mtured! the shvukpiotccts I Tonight} Friday'' will be I II special( receive cash by return mail.I I :M.I I i .
shuck i-
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1J the weevils. the field hllli,',,' it Iit't' 'are going \to \\1 Tooth :Specialty; Depl.I X, :2007 :SoSt. :
while in
t.iUen .ut.If111'I corn i entitled "
",'nII -is iei u I dr.mm 1 i I.. Philadelphia Pa.
Information in the
nio-t of the t weevils will stay "
Pnnce-s.' III which the girl of theLiberty
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field otherwise\ they are the .
Loan j I'.iiiul picture i is star.Saturday
1 1LL.t Omf r... ,.. eM..saI T I the crib" > to I befed on the farmer's I night-Just received a war No Worms in a lleulthy ChiKI
r "" ,. ,.. c......,.. ...., r._ I .'"..n. I Itnk\ ,". a little more time and 1"'llli.\I \ from the front; also a good All. 1 ctillilri'tl !,,,,.,hlo'\) \ with tvtirntn IUIM' nlipcilthy < < ,
i cost trifle more to harvest corn ruler whIt ii htinruira ,poor hluml." n i i .1
a lii ,'bui'tl feature.
IJ u nil. thrro I U morn or Irux Himtmrli ittsii.ii'if.KliVE'STASrrLRSS ,
i4hL without the shuck than with it, but I On the ISth\ and 19th of this month ; : ): ,'hllll0%1l' IVI'II' i' t,

... .. with $J.oo: corn one cannot afford to we are going to !present the "Sinkirg for Iwo or I ii,,'"* wrckrt. will I enrich the him I i
-- ;allow, weevils to eat one-fourth of it of the Lu itllnill" See why the United I I"OYI h..4igc'mlun., suit. art i4 n iriirrul: i irnlnit
I I1.. "-'unof Lawtey. was a IHIM'in I- I.I:< E110"'Elt:; as is the case in hundreds of the cribsin i States is 'going to win this war. Tonic to !h.- whuli ,>sti-m. Nnliin' nl tlthruwiilTur <
t. to :Starki' Saturila;. Florida.\ Ask for Hulletin 10, Extension _. tllii'l I lut,worms "".lIh\'hI-, ., I
._ The hospitals in France; arc in ur- lu txTtit-1 Il<'ullh fli-anunt U> take t WV i" > ,,I"M. '
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I |{ A. Weeks i iat home after 1| nt need! of -hc'ets, bain towels, hind 1 1t Division----University.--..---- W. I.'. ItAUTI.ETTOakneM ) : \ .. -- -- -- -
\vcls and handkerchiefs, th't'fLlI'l't
Jacksonville.p.ml
. ei 1 i"' .>ireverul lays-in-- -. I,:3 t he American lied Cross has d''sitr- INSTlTt'TK PROGRAM: ( la.. May: 1 10, 1M7.! '
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I E I'anova came up from'I .'1' :JiOth and t'I\llmJr m October 7th asa I! Following is the program for t hel'etelmers' \Pailucnh, Ky.trntlemen !. .
u'i I l liinda. ,, ) to spend the week-end' "Linen Shower" to collect tliee Institute to meet in Starkeon I ( : I 'JAcKsN\1art-J.A.

lh I I -edeil articles for the hospital The (October 111t h. : Plea.-e allow me to state that I ha\>' I
Hradford County Chapter ,\. H. C. !11:1111-11:111: ) !) !(> Devotional exercises/ sold your cholera remedy for one MM-" I & -, HOLDING

:-: :: i \ ,. and rape. Cash) and Carry 1 is received an allotment and the vnrf 1:1'W.. (1. Law.i:10 son and have ordered more for tin." I ttRTIN OLDEST
f us brunches throughout the county :I -!)::4D I School Organization; season Last year I sold it to I :' m15 ,- sUu1P'EleA' E.5rABUShf'IJ INSURE WITHJ.

I ',> now respon I .1",1" Thomas; pent last weekoiiville hower" call. : -10:00 I :' ( :School; Reports-Supt.E. them to t take t the remedy, feed I it I t INPIORCAi

I / visiting her brother ::.. R. I'n"lwll.1O:011111m. their hogs and i if they 1",1'I a single i hoi, 5rJ --- R Davis & Co.
I I. Thomas. I ): I I) :t() I Historv I and Patriotism from disease I of any kind i I 11010 p.i\j u >>.. '..""......4.. Iffl
CIUC 1 ( CLl'll :\IEKIl:'< (; -:Miss .Tc'nnn'tll'IlItthl'o: me II cent for the remedy but when ... ,r ""'" ..11 I STARKE FLORIDA

J. Kcynolds, at Jacksonville, 10tO( :: ( -1 11OO 1 t Agriculture i in I Public they began to sell cotton, every. mm u ,
:)1 \\ The School and Civic Club will meetnext S'hnol.-l'l'of. C. E.: Pope. "'1111\0 in and paid me for, the. nu.li. _______ _____.
-in week-end, with his family at October, _______ _______ _______
L. . .meivial, 1 Hotel[ Wednesday afternoon 11:00 I : -1 llSt I : > I Practical Language cine anil every one u of theni told mr, .di' (
!'th' at :JiO:: nt the residence of :Mrs.O. in Intermediate Grnd"I\-\lr": T. J. Al- that it \vathe: I best 1 hog iflediciue I t they iK'C'I
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J. (; derman.llio, ever I tislu!I. One' man 1 paid iii,' for the 1I _ _ _ ,
S. 8. Dowlinir spent
M I .,nd :Mrs. Jacksonville to be present, as .some needed, worthmore 1I I
it 'd 1 II and Sunday in the school will be discussed'!. This important Agent and T'III'h"r-\tl's.: Emma of it and. said it was the I ln-i I I
.,' :MrUowling's i sister.T organization is at present do- K. Calhoun. that he had ever tried.Yours .

ill)! but little work as lied Cross. and l'J:00: : ()-120: Husiness Session. \','ryI'uly.\ \Vhcn You Come to Jacksonville
"- line of hats at Knight's :Millinn Liberty Loan activities occupy the Program Committee.SIfJARLESS W. I"". ilARTLETT.Sold .

"n- (he season's best. Call and time, but the organization must be .-- by 1 It. S. Jones Starke.-Adv.Grove's .
; line. kept alive for future usefulness.
the
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I,,' ". .e Wilson has gone to Stetson' PKKSHYTER1AN) ) .' "Sugerless! Sweets" demonstration restores vitality ant rncrii by purlfylmt soul rnrfohluftthe -
hi,*. i-ity.I where he entered the Tuesday afternoon drew out a bluml.I Youcausuoa fevllttStrvoitili* Siore In Florid..
I, >1 Army Training Camp. The usual services may be expectednext number of the interested housekeepers rnlnn, lovliturailim EfTivt. Price BOa.CLASSIF 4 i

Sunday. The Lord's Supper will ers. mothers. Even number of I ''i-.I. <) v IL.. .S,'. Thru the bl.xl'io 4(;..\\'. l-'om. .t Ill
{XVillmr Scott came up from the Un-I be commemorated in connection with children; were; present who wanted to V

|rsity of, Florida on Friday and iser the morning worship. All\ members are see if sweet eats could be made without I EDI

I ling several days at home. urged to attend. sugar.The ; Everything in Books
__ I C. H. ABERNATHY.Pastor.: : following recipes were. tried and

[ :Mi, John Shriver nnd duu hter'l! I pronounced' "I line : -- -- --- .. .----. Fiction Books! on Agriculture* and oilier j pursuits' by reliable .

|1 Marguerite, of Hrooker ,' i A rKAYEIt) FOR' ) OCR MF..NN.::< 1''lInllt'lIf'n REGISTERED; : : Male' hog for serviceX. authors Books Reference Travel
MrJ.: K. Davis on Tuesday. 1 cup white Hour! 1 cup corn meal I Toy tic
: :. hl. Hull.
!I cup roasted crushed peanuts, ::1- I cup 3' -
I II' God( save our splendid! men corn syrup, or cane syrup, I I.-:2:: teaspoon - - ---

', I1..well's. ) Chill and Fever Tonic :Send; them safe home again. salt :2! tablespoons fat 1 egg. FOR SALE I ; :21 i head,) of good mules: Commercial and Fancy StationeryFine

,. Mitchell's Drug Store. (;od save our men. Corn11'111: Gcnm; 5 lumber) carts ami harness. ( ;. C. I

1 1 ",i.nly', by I I :Make) them victorious, 1-2 cup corn meal, or 1 cup corn Sweat, Starke.:; ) 8-2i-tf.: : Wedcling and Society ILngraving: made in our 0\\ II ex-

II Patient and chivalrous, flour, I cup white Hour, 1 cup milk, 1 h
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:They are so dear to us, cup raisins I egg ::II 1f'1I"1"101hak I inll clusi\e plant. Ask to sec samples.' 9
I "M! 'I :Mrs. James Fincher and A. ; l FOR( RENT-:: neat furnished cottage -
i Cod 1 save our awn.I powder. 5 tablespoons syrup, :2 tablespoons
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of Jacksonville were porch. Apply' t toMrs.
\1 "ntni'dlen' fat. I with\ sleeping
i 1 u I I..-.t.. IIf11': and :Mrs. J. It.I 1 I:okil'TI1l'I""s; a young lady wants Parisian :Sweets: : Joe Edwards.: 11 Toys and Athletic GoodsA !<
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o a
I dates It'llI' figs
every Tuesday night, Sir.:: She says she 1 cup 1 cup nut raisins meat", cup I tablespoon, orangi1 Hilt.1':: \ : -::15 head. fattening' hogs/ Toy Shop open' the year round Supplies? for all your favorite ,.
I Wiim.in1Christian\ Temperance! 'vill I servo cake and( hot chocolate' and old.) J. I L. Under a '
juice or" lemon, n little grated\ orange from, 1 to !! years and
, after- '
II meet n'xtlonlay: Shall I ? sports pastimes.\
i. \\
I will and all that. go I
,,,' nr o'clock at the :Methodist I Sergeant-No.sing What's her address., peel fruits I 1-1"111'and I nut honey meats, or any through syrup.meat Run bill, Route :2, Starke.-- !-ii-tf.: '

' h 1'oston: Transcript.Till Roll into balls Mini roll in
chopper.
IERMOS! BOTTLES A in all
necessity seasons
unmarked
--.-- -- chopped nuts or rocoanut or chocolate. LOST-Two pigs, black, ,
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Mi, I.I .\Vynn left n few days auobi III'TSRy "barrows. lEoiight fi'uinV.. M.: Reynolds I
E: y. :M. C. A. The mixture be placed between
may FLAS1 i I UGIITS Useful everywhere and safe
I I"i i ii" c"rd.-1; : C., whore she was two layers of oiled paper and pressed I day before escaping from pen.Xotify ,
I! I ..i \In' with her mother, who It: Henry Van Iyke) blocked rolled, in : Young Trailing Co., :Ktarko.: 1
'. ill ( 'firm then and powdered "PICTURES, Picture Framing, Artists Goods
around country and' in sugar.
,
tin'
----- In camps FOR( SALE\ Florida\ seed, rye, ))1.7-;:! ,
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far The steam cooker demonstration I Practical GIFTS I for all occasions
Hoover countries away pressure
II Wilson and Cyrus ,
i e $1.15 I I
lot of wooden houses that given by I Miss: Snider I of TH- per l.iiihcl; Florida' I Hurt mils,
, f I M i I h.n i ke'hiirh training"hoolboYII department, haveI There's are marked a Y. :M. C. A. lahnfsee, is deserving\ much praise. per" 'bushel ; Florida Fulghuin oats, KODAKS} I Photo Fip.i 'hillg) ; of the Letter soil! I i
:army '', (Grocery:
bushel. Parramore
steaksor $1 > : !
and be
1 And some are painted yellow There need no longer tough' .
t i 'n I'mversity.ihi I 10- I 1.1.
become t tender\ ( 0., :Mitdi.son I Fin : p.
brown or roastfor they as
green.Now
some are '
- ----- -- Mail! addition
''I t larires', .dUplay of mil- say, who owns these houses and and juicy, as a porterhouse: by the thirtyminute ------ imjiiiries receive 1 prompt u I .
what do the letters mean ? ,steam I pressure" ' ,'nokin FOR( .\1.1'1'; (' farm 1 IS acresunder .
-In :SUm,ike. Inight'mI ''.
i >\M in :
Following i names of those present I cultivation i in i the Watoroak!
I .ill I and inspect the line.I They mean a bit of comfort and( they at both\ demonstrations: ....'.t"II.; J. 11.1ornmn: Lawtey _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

-- -- mean a placo to rest :\1,. ..IIIIIIP' F. A.\ Scott, :N'. 1 11.! Hull I Fla. H-0-tf.:! ::411
'I'1 !I' KdwariN' : ( of T.awtey, anil Where" -vpry tired soldier boy, in welcome n.! I'. Livingston, W. E.: \Davis, J. E.Wilson :. _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
I I 1.1 'mi-. of Jacksonvilleiiinr as a guest. .1. ;)i. 1 lirownlee, , (E.: T. Stewart, .
\ at.th,' home of They mean a bit o' friendly talk some .l. I II. Ritch. William Iti'yanVilliaiim FOR SALE:.-150,000( ( () Klondyke it II'IIV'hl""y ; t

M'A Z. .Aclkin, music, and( some jokes.' llollingsworth.I I';. S. Phillips.I ; T. N.Limbauirh : :. plants, $2.50:.! per I ,iill1) ,I. F. IT IS A MOMENTOUS QUESTION ;

Ami some quiet little corners for writing I I '1'. i I.. ','.. I llarr, Roscborough, liennett.I Lake) Culler. Fla.' H-itO-i'.f.:\( ,
\\ ,] Siott:, i < at homo thin week I to your folks. .J. W. White. 0.1.) ( :iriflln, (troverSweat _. -- I I
'1'' I "I'niir! from an attack of influI'l.icted .1. I' Tomlinson, E.: It. Poppell --- -
'" at the University of I They mean a bit of human love iimid I It. 1. Olliver) :Murrheo, :Misses :Nan-': FOR)I: SALE:-Florida grown seed rye. ., "- :

:'1 where he j is a student. I II' the storm of war. nit* I llowell I I Lola Snider, I Doris Scott, Anyone in need I of seed,I rye should i" t _...o- I- your Inline insured mr.'iin.Ht; firn ? .

They mean the word. of healing for Col. \\'. T. ,..'p'k.. Messrs.: N. II. Hull, set or write, T. C. I Dixon Lee, Fla. .' - .7" p ., XVIM-i people' could) not sleep. easily I .

''I"i'f' I IJ. A. Green; principal of the spirits wounded sore. fromClod's )Dan Howell, W. L. Wall.ommisHionrrs. 9-1.lit.I:: ( : > i7 I if they did I i I not have a 'policy i in one I I '
'J Pt'" ''II -chool was in town Tuesday They mean u simple message I ,4
of reliable) '. h's.. .
Nut.1'u
-- our >In''lIl1i
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I''M' and said the school open..d'I ; < own holy word. '
nun < Sale "
of the Complaints i art being received I of i inl that t tilt' would, their
I 1'' ''ins, with splendid attendance. And they mean the thought pulley Have t I
a i notice i IH, given that under to purchase copies of the daily :
home-land when the sweet old Hereby >ility (Jl'U I liven i or property, but it would
rcprewnt -
i heard.You and by virtue of that certain decree of ml :Sunday: 1 Herald, at newsstands, J. /ION f,
I'r., 1"wellL4Chill and Fever Tonic hymns are I nn indemnity'I, for l I II partition made and t-ntertvi in the I'ir'I'I he reason being/ "All gone-sold( out. .JIV1:11' your I I
urale only by :Mitchell's\ Drug Store. ask who owns these houses? I cuit court for Bradford county ., he I IIt'rll1.r"lCrt'ts\ the situation, but I I the |roperty furniture, etc. I If

"i I '11.Oc.. I think you know His nil me. in chancery sitting, on the l iith; day of I unulile to alter:: it, solely because of ( .. you are nut insured, come in and I ,
You call Him Savior, !Master, Lord September A. \D. IStlH. in favor of Walter he regulations made in Washington, ; nee us today about u policy. I
Mm I, -I.. A. Yates and little son re- I the meaning's 1 just the same. Underbill an'rC.\ :M. Underhill'l lid.) -.Irictly enforced. prohibiting the 11 -.. \
inti'il I XWdnesday to their home in 'Tis the One who gave himself for us, complainants, and against :Mary Un eturn by newkdcalcrs of unsold. copies ,
iii'iha--see.'; Mrs.: Yates has been vis- the Leader of our life. derbill, I II 1. It. Underbill, Hell Underhill\\ f iipapers.' To its readers there-

till! her, mother. :Mrs. A. H. FreeV. We' pray Hell lead and keep our boys, Underbill, .1. I.. Underhill, as ore, I the I Herald. comes in a cull for 14
,Ii I in peril and in strife. Underhill, ,J. 1 L. Underbill\ as administrator oupl'aUo", Help us and we will help' \ -.4
of the estate of V.'. H. Under newsdealer to (
nil 'I 1 Ii us:-a k your JOS. E. WILSON
1. .IampsjF. Colley and E. XV.i" O keep them strong and steady, nnd, hill deceased and. in his own right, et a i le. for you duly and Sunday a ,f
.
Uay Colley, Louise Stewart : keep them clean and true; Sarah Underbill Clara Cone, n minor, I, oiy) i t f the h Herald.I Your newsdealer
m I. !! !I i.iiu-es' Colley motored to Archer Help them to battle for the right saul) nnd J.J C. Cone, as defendants I the undersigned 'lien VM ill!| be, able to make a close estimate i

-' -.iturday and spent the day with put the victory through. as commissioners, will offer "f. the number, of copies he 'i.c'uIto i STARKE FLORIDA
of the south door of ;
I 1 "lley's sister. I Re Thou their shield and buckler: but and sell in front I oiii-r!, , and in this manner h,' vv ill >, .
courthouse Starke, Fla. duringthe
the in ,
struck down, to I live, ,
-- ---- if one is abb(' without inconvi nie'iee i.pto
\' the of IIlIh'ationCh'.. him theheavenly legal hours of sale Monday: the wnl ot.liiv. I ,
Mecca Marie Varney was I O Captain tit Invv. \ lo yon not' e ,
Ith day of :November< A. I D. 1MH! I to the II
of Mr. and :Mrs. F. A. Scott crown! highest and best bidder for cash in '.o !!" Ithout your Her.I I
.
\ Starke; in the in- -
i : over Sunday -- --- -
hand, the following I described property '
t ,t war work. A rare treat was UKI CROSS: CARNIVALWAS ) in Itradford I
situated and lying
1 !1.\. those who did not hear Mrs. A iRKAT; : Sl'CCKSS;: I;
county; Fla., to-wit : The East; I Half
\
\ . of Southen-t Quarter, section 2H.: and N. T. RITCH. Pre W. T. WEEKS, V.Pres. J. //. RITCH, Cashier
- -- ---- of the rain on last Friday:
In spite West Half of Southwest Quarter and
.' IT the past wek11'11.; Kmma: K. evening the Red ('1'0,14 Carnival I. gmv- Southeast Quaiter of Southwest Quarter
. county, demonstrator, has ,' the Itradford County Chapter A.
en by section :2-1. all the above described
M't-al" very interesting cookinjf'rations )R. I'., was u great success. land being/ in Town.-hip '!, South Range : '
at Hull's store. The The carnival was given under the I ) )
21 East containing 2"O acres' more or I'
,cordially invited to witness management of :\lrH. J. R. !Davis and less; also the :North': Half of Southeast Starting Right!

"llent work.. i she is to be congratulated on the success Quarter and Southeast of Southeast ;
The variousbranches
, - ---- of her undertaking. Quarter' section IS, township 0\ Southl'anl'l.
I: .
: An-
wing her subscription throughout the county responded -
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22: fast: containing 120 acres - f;; I
I hns I'ettit of the Alachua sec- generously with both work less. ii ,

t.I '. -who a*has follows mnny:friends"Enclosed.\: in Starke findh I and mAY material feel proud for of this their alTair success.Miss and. all more Andrews J. :M.or Alvarez Sr., Commissioners.A. T. J. Criflin; J. W. The fight i is half won when you get the RIGHT START. To the '

,> ,> si.50 for one year's subscription I : Josie Hoffman did the peddler V. LONO: : business man, nothing is of so much importance as
1. "h Telegraph I can't get along stunt to perfection while :Mrs. C. A. I Solicitor for Complainants. IQ-i-n young
'I '. it the home paper. I would rath- Futch a* fortune teller and :\Ii.s110: .
q r 1.,1\ '. the Telegraph to read than any nip Kesxent a* an old 1 witch were the
Can Now Eat: and :Sleep in Comfort.
V'. .!paper. It is almost like a visit center of attraction. Among the other I A BANK ACCOUNT

fun-makers were :N:. Sti-rnberg. C. It troubled with indigestion or sleep .-. u
: what :Miss. :-= -.:- =.r -- -= --
H. Register (;. C. Livingo.tonIrs I lessness! you should read .
Wl, ', in town last Friday t.... attend) E. ;M. John*, :Miss Inez Anderson and,) Agnes Turner Chicago, III., haii' to ,
tr '"Ie.leratf''etl'rans meeting Un- the Camp Fire Girls presided ,over th- say: "Overwork, irregular meals, and It may be small at first---doesn't always need to be large, but it should
l fI|. 'Iry, Varnes of Johnstown! dmp- Japanese booth, and ladies from th<' carelessness! regarding the ordinary
r' .' to spend a few minutes with the various brunches over the county had rules of health, gradually undermined) carry all hii CASE I transactions. Every payment should! be made

S. -rraph man. He 1* well up in the charge of the tents from which"weru it until last full I became a wreck of it.
:"" i "u. but just as full of fight as he sold delicious eats, ice cream etc. my former self.: I suffered from con- through S

1 when he followed the fortunes of The amounts turned in to the general tinual headache, was unable to digestmy ) I ITS I IIELPFUL ITS STABILIZING. ITS ENCOURAGING.; ;
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''infederaey\ half a century ngo. fund by the various branches wer food. nhich. seemed to lay "'s a

r time however he i is doing hif as follows : Krooker $10; Lak liut- dead l weight on my stomach. I was This Bank wants your checking account--.LARGE OR SMALL
r -:'"' ".(f by buying Liberty Bonds. and ler, $:!\\.15; Hampton, $41).11); Stirke, verv constipated and) my corn pleionbecame
\\ P' :Savings" Stamps to the limit of $ )iM2.! : ,making total of $171.37.\ : How- dark yellow and J muddy a* I
r. ilnlity., Uncle Henry says every'in rver the Raiford branch has not yetI felt. Sleeplessness! was added to- the ',
.I"" his place is! buying; these gov'iietit jorted) the amount they realized, but misery and I would awak a* tired) as BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
securities and will keep on it is felt sure that their amount will I when I went to Meep. I heard of

)I. Inl( until the world III made safe "rinlthe total up to somethinr over Chamberlain's Tablets, and found, such Bradford County's Financial
I" democracy $200. relief after taking them that I kept up Stronghold

The Lawtey branch were unable to the treatment for nearly two months. ESTABLISHED 1889 _
The Quinine That Docs Not Affect Tb Head furnish a booth on account of the illness They cleansed my stomach invigorated -
1 .-*UM' or In tonic aod lautlve .trect.( LAXA- of their chairman and also illness my system, and since that time I I STARKE, FLORIDAFlU
flE BROMO,, QUININE:< : 1T."tal can be ukra in the families of several of their can eat and sleep in comfort. I am
.b.1 anYone without r.UOIO. ny.ou.n.or rio in. workers. today entirely well.Adv'f )
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: .. 1'11FIIFSS.1: ::; r'l'i her i a pcnlv leiovirj I\ Monday and fiu-.il ,i. -
Mis, T. B. Parker and "hllolrl'n. who II. K. Brown of .I I ,
,f III IIII T'heret'o Ott.-, Last Sunday vv isdo "'lit last week here with leldtives, I :Sunday here with In",
' / "(; to Sunilav:: :Si: 'hool I H.iy" and the lift t lust Thursday for, Plant City, I Brown. .
1 ) uigiammc wu- iiingcd, and veivml while they expect to make their fu- i P S. Colson who 10.,
}' rendered l by the >'ounjfolks; of I tuie home, at Murdock's ship\ar,| d',
his community: :MisV", II. I'mholstor and daughter was home on the si Il'k' ,
.-"ng"- School, :Miss :Mamie, Mrs C. Clemons and little \\'. S. : II
I "l'i,;,iver. -Mi I, :M.V.. Lee daughter, I tons, of Pine Hill, at- day here with his funnh
-i, ,ipune Ht'lldilllC-\lrs.: Ruby Sul- l"ndeil the Red ('ross Carnival in J. C. Cone was )n |1.\; ",
.
: I : II ,
I I 1\ ..111 Stake: riday.I day.
, t -hi.it" t.ilk-Mr. C, Sullivan :Miss\ lieadie! :Mott of Hague, spent -- .
t I t':;luili.triu.Uejrinnlnir": : Child- Friday here with relatives 1I0\\1.I\i;; J'J F\h
11 ''I I, I, ers, Supt. E H. Poppdl, of Starko: was
.. 4rQAIe
; ,
} Hi' uling--Miss: Heady C'roft. in our town I'nday.Messrs 1'rof. T. Shepai.l T I ,, ,
-- : t tI Iu' ,'tSlisses Jthoila Bennett andi :, Clvde Wllr.lllnliuv,! 1'inhol- lirooker last \\'i.'hl.d| '
ster I
niconiianied]' bylilllOPII Rubyrosby
.( i !.11.'offal'd.( accepted the Brook' I
, f I I.i:" si ,itation -Jim Phillips. (Hiunn,intended lacy' Abernathy the Red <'and, l Eunice' : I ('i""I
\1
Cm ni
'oss
I ift' .
'" {' v ",nu :-i: honl.I ), val in Stm'ke, Friday evening Mr: John Thornt,",
I "' : I 'i,iluuiii, Four I children. :Mi, I made and ;Mr, (iussie'I'h| n i",
F t Ih.'l I: ,,'u:' Mis, Khodu Bennett to Waldo r. ? piney a business, trip I of :Miss\ E"IIIIlI...i',,i, i

t '' Y, ueF'G 1 nougatSix' \" gills.I ((' 'Thul'sdar sister morning.Abe :Miss Ruby: Kev. GV. Snuili,
I I 11, inugue--Mis.t'4' Florence Hull and nnd I.e-tn. Pinholster attended the ached, here Siitunliv.
.I t t-1 ,' Hi Wooilaid.I : union dav.
<
at (Oik Glove
sing Sunday i
: ; I I :- Si'hool.. :\rl'-. (Oliver) and children spent part !! those going: fnin, ,
i I <'"ill.limn, fui Mission--KKis Hin- of la-ft week with relatives ill Starke Still Sunday were M!.
; The From Next Door I "i ',it ntl I I'.uniiDennett.. ;Miss Inev' Miernathv is on the sick ton anti l (!usn 11 :
r1.1 Boy I i' PI.IVII., and/ ilisminsron--:Mr. :M.V., list this week with a light i ease of influenza. Kate 'Jhointon ind, i \1] I
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I All
3" mas. report a m'" ,
:Mi. henry \\oodnid, of Jncksonilli. member Sunday school at the 1 Hfv. II. .J. Ihmni _
1{ ; ''I \yOU used to see him swing gaily down the street, radiant with the vigor spi'nt Saturday night and Sun- lice Will Baptist church: every Sunday Sunday 1'1.; from -.,, '_ '
av here. with home-folks. afternoon at :! o'clock instead of had. 'been running:' a i" ..
,i' x of! his sturdy young manhood. One day he came home in khaki; Mi, II. \V :Mooie attended the union I o'clock. Everybody: cordially invited :Miss Km" Andeis" ,, '
t ,i' ,leetmg at dalilee Sunday to come. two of her girl frlt'lItI ,
: |
"ji' ,,': : then his father told you with mingled pride and foreboding that he had Mis:\ T, )Heaslev! and infant 1'011. of :Miss Blanche Andreu, of Bradford" , Sapp Sunday.Mr. "

r .I ( across"with his 'ut,th. (ia, me visiting at the home of spent Saturday: afternoon here, the I : Willie was th.' ,! ".
"gone regiment. r, and. :Mis S, 1'. Gufford. guest of :Miss Ine/ Abernathy, Cassie Hurst Sutunl.iv I I' ".I l '
'
I ' ''U, I. Yesterday his name was on the casualty list-"slightly wounded" :Mr. G J JV. Ilmson spent Sunday. O A. Strickland, of Starke was in Little Misses ('lit;, .i ,"i A,\ 1d'
our town afternoon
Sunday Dobbs
I nd Monday at Me Rae with relatives.Mr VlllltP.1II: ', i ? ., ,
f 1; -and your face grew grave as you thought of the sorrow and suspense ; and. :Mis J. 1' Simmers and E:. :M. IIa/.en was a visitor to Starke and Lottie Thomas Smih: ,: -

I "i. of his father and mother. hildren, of Hampton, spent, Sunday Monday Mr. afternoon, Mr and :Mrs Prank (h I"". ,'
and :Mrs
of relatives. O. B. Ha/en( left :Monday "
pie' guests of :
near Sapp, visited ,
' ,, ,t. From every city street, every village, every community, the boy ;Mrs Fred Cloveisettle and. laugher will for reside New in Orleans the future, Ia., where Mr. they ents here last MondayWe | ih " u:
church Il.izenis
:Miss Stella attended at
, i next door has gone to war. a ton Sunday night. going to attend the medical insti are sorry to reps.'',i : II"I) \
.t ;Messrs.nip Ben Hall and Blanton Ows- tote while there. Sparkmun us very sick i' ', "i. ,,,
. t Think of these thousands splendid young Americans reared in ;Mrs. Alvin ..- -
McKinney -
of Jacksonville, a few daysere spent last
spent
It ,'I, comfort, peace, and security now suddenly plunged into that ey recently with home folks week with er parents, Mr. and Mrs For Indigestion, Constipation or
, t 1\'t\ roaring inferno of battle with the hardened hordes of a desperately :Miss ;Mary Ashley of Worth, Ga., Is G. W. Hazen. Biliousness

determined foe.What visiting her sister, :Mrs S. P. GutTord L. Wynn, of Hampton was in our Just try one 50-cent bottle of LAX,FO)
, i f :Miss Belle Humphrey, of Brooklyn, town Thursday afternoon. WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Dilate.

': pent Saturday night here with Miss :Messrs.! E.. D. Knight and E. L. Par Laxative pleasant to take Made a
( L Jlinnie Hugan ker of LaCrosse were visitors here recommended to the public by Pans Mol
are you doing to help them ? :\11'. G1.. Bennett, of Jacksonville, Thursday morning.E. cine Co.,manufacturers of Laxative Bra
I pent from Saturday night until :Mon- J. Ward of Jacksonville, spent Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chiu TJ,*

: h. ". What are you doing to arm and protect them, and bring them av:Mrs.afternoon C. A. Youngblood here with! and his family.daugh-

j ( home in safety? Have you bought Liberty Bends? Have you t'rM.Iiss: :Mattie and Nealie, attended
hurth at Hampton Sunday ight.
rj, bought all you possibly can? School is progressing nicely I
1:1: A peanut popping was /given at the
Has it occurred to you that one more Bond, bought with a little rime of :Mrs J. E. Owsley :Monday

, f fit; additional effort, may save the life of the boy from the next boor ight., and There peanuts was a large were crowd plentiful presnt forward!

r, ames were played until a late hour I
PIr of hen they departed reporting a nice I|
: } Buy Another Bond I in,... I|
.//r :Mr. II. l P. ;May, who i is employed at I'
I f (amp Johnston pent Saturday' night I II Iml

tr'' ... THIS SPACE SUBSCRIBED TO WINNING THE WAR BY Sunday here with his familv I With no thought of bursting
:
,1/ :Mrs. Hichard ('Ial'k. of New; 'Hi\'l'r"
I
pent several, days' heir recently wither
p.iitnts, Mr. and :Mrs W :\1. shrapnel and poisonous gases
: FORD GARAGE =k own. I
t I I I\r.: King, of Jacksonville' spent a I into which they plungewithevery
If-vv days here this week with his famly -

STARKE FLA.County Some. one was unpatriotic un.III\,1 muscle tense, with every

.is you could, hear ears. but could! not
t I ee them faculty of mind alert, with one

:Miss\ Annie King has returned, to''
ir home at White Spring after sevtnl '- I' thought only---TO FIGHT
daysisit here with relatives
I Bradford Farmers :Miss Ida Ashley and ;Master J1.: I AND WIN.
ie visiting at the home of ;Mr. and
.Its S. P, OuffordMessrs .
f" J J1'1'11 ,\, L I Sullivan and G1.; I Iinnett
rvuMiics: siioi' Lit ri.M'IN: ;; "\Vith, tin' It..t'nulg of alas' powerbath \\'.\ FOJ> I'MN: S('.\JI turned to Jacksonville That is the
i 111: rxsii'u\.i( .: t uors I .. .tin. 'planting ami h.irvc' tini/; imp.. Innday afternoon where they are em- way our men are
I. ';, .. tin small, grams, um liu used, to great I'eian stab may be prevalent thru- loved at Camp Johnston. / going into battle. When the
i In order" to meet till demands' for :iiluintaKt ulu>,it heretofore the planting out the growing season but It is mote The 1 infant son or :Mr and :Mrs
Ji i hin bi-Pii extremely hmitcil Rheas likely to attaik in \unust II. 1', n'l
I : d.urv liids ilurmg/ the approaching: / D. :May\ is on the silk listnn.Mii .
Ii'I I P winter, the Lulled States "Food 1 Administration oat. rye, retch, lain the down, pl.mt Stevens of the Uimer-.it of 1 Florida! ----.---- -- shrill whistle sounds the advance
' I oil in most ot the ,southern st.di1at station, leiiomends that"Clw'rs
1 has pointed. out that "'I"'illlt'nt : Ill.IR. MIIIIIIN.lirooker | : ( :;.
I southed! farmers should gn.ally in. any turn- before the middle of November :; (prepare for the disease In out they ..their
1 t// crease their in'reage/ of over rops will start a vigorous growth anti droves where it was found last JP.II. , Oit 4,--On Sept ISth :MiMiddleton '. go-
1 and winter l pasturage' fly :so doing{ the will not XMiitei,',kill except in very v\- ,it is. almost sure to attack IIleain : patted' this life after an whole heart
0; farmer will assist. in conserving:' the erneoathrr,', I The disease i ill caused by fungus. illness of several months of Urightdiseiise in the task before

I mills f'IIIIII1.1. coarse giains.Itraxton "On 'properly ,'IIIi\'uh..IIIIIIIJI'l'PIU'f'.1! which grows on the nut, twigs, amiKometimes He has been an invalid forseveral
'. t I. , t of Florida 1 gives ill \ sement to this movement, not only pasture nearly all winter, but in the orrowth. :Mr 0. Waters for thirteen months can hold them back.Forward
through his efforts to assist in those spring/ will make reasonable i grain returns j j :Spraying: with a ,I l:4.io: 1::; bordeaux and up to the time of his death He' .
' I I things indorsed. by the 10'00.1.Iminis. I a:-i the grazing does not seriously .' mixture is recommended. If the tlis'ease was an Englishman by birth and was I
4. I J. tration/ but because of his piaticul effect productivity A vigorous j has not stopped working. in thr'p'w".ks. 7:! years, old having no relatives at nil
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T knowledge of live stock. campaign along these lines will be an'' another spraying( / may be given, The body was laid to rest in Uedan
:f inestimable .benefit. in conserving altho one (probably will keep in check cemetery, Kev. J. Kelly (conducting;
Hearing out the idea of greater \mmoniacal solution of funeral
those feel products 110 vitally needed copper carbonate
I pasturage of live stork in Honda.' Tins southern effort when carried out may be substituted for the bor- Death of Infant !
,.I !, during the wint..r.11': Heacham issues in eooper'itu with the Department' of tI'nux.hutlIincl- it does not stick as The little three-months-old infant '
;I
.'r the following( statement: Airrrrulture and ilemonstration well as bordeaux more frequent applications or :Mr and :Mrs C. Tyler quietly passed .
"\11 well informed( persons, who will brinj about /great relief ulI'"tll'l will he necessary Growers away on the afternoon of the :filth
i have discussed, "problems of raising. IIU\ill Ie, i I I"Of who have !been troubled with the disease of September after an illness of sev-
live stock in "Florida hammer incesKiintly the t'lorida farmer IIIII"tmo.llfy before should not wait until It ,inl weeks. All that physicians and
on the needs of u greater nod course his plans to meet his local appears because it will be harder to loving hands could do to restore the The same sharp challenge to battle is
better The time check little one to health was done but I
pasturage.' present then. everything -
comlitions and the opportunities in failed '' sounding for us. We in the
They have the must
.should! devilope this movement more hm particular section of the State. I Clean culture will also help great sym- answer
than has been done ill the past years 'athy of the (community in their be-I i same proud ...
mill )Every additional lure of forage crops deal in "keeping the disease in check.If reavement.The way the way of our fighting
because of the short supply of and the diseased{ nuts and leaves fall I
winter pasturage that we can ...
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interment took the
the theUnited place at [Dedan men American lend
feeds and greater demands on We must
I should be
create will nut only increase our particular they collected and burned Cemetery, Rev Larramore ,' way.
States for" furnishing those I hilt will add This will dimmish the of at.tlll.k conducting! the
supply diteitly to ,, severity the funeral obsequies I way they fight.
feeds The noithiin' states during. the
available meat' fur export, and will ;: next ji-nr. A thorn sprayingshould Personal Item.
winter months must depend. on the strengthen 0111' \tllln\ as a nation in be given in the spring, before School last : I
opened Monday with We
mill feeds, but hire in I Fluri.lu. where the war 'truunli' ,r'ruts the .....lIt.'r." I the leaves start \' good attendanie of both pupils any must show the war-maddened Hun a
we are "blessed with smh a temperateclimate | I united
and American
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- -- patrons. people forward
we con carry much of our I moving
I cry! Anderson, of Raifoid, in
Orov-e's was
stock on pasturage, or on open range Tasteless chill Tonic our town Saturday afternoon. shoulder to shoulder irresistibly to Victory.
dining the winter season | dritroyt the malarial seine which ere trannmllleil :M Matheny; is visiting relatives
I "I greatly indorse vv ha, hi, been | to the blood by the Mnlnrla M">"'iulto. Price 84 Ie in ;Madison this week Our task is to
supply the the ship,
John M Parker, of I.ouisiaii: uhf and daughter, Ine/ and :Misses. I.ol'aIIll'rllOn the guns, the shells that we must have to
,,' 'h situation as follow ,\ nd Nellie
sums: Strickland were
,il ? Keeps Hogs Well i-itors, Worthington :Monday afternoon win. It is a tremendous task. We must do

i + sw Dr I Echtnernmova it as our fighting men do theirs...with the
:..r'"r'y tall I i Or A, E. Utisiell was a visitor to
the kind w'iloh afflict hoira 1 :Miirke; Monday: indomitable spirit of Victory.We
t+ It ton... up k.Mp. 'in iroaj condition .
1 t' haat.na t\\lenl". anti ..ovafe.d. Harley Ha/en. of Jacksonville, spent
In liquid form all aolubla Sunday, here with his parf'nt"Ir; and
.Iven In water. every hog, strongor Mi-. G.y, finenMis must work and save, and lend with
.t.I ...
.k. gas Its ahara II. dodge and, little son and one thooght only...TO FIGHT AND WIN.
Satisfaction Guaranteed I Mis. C. Tyler.pent. Saturday in I.a-

I i ..uc",,1,1 Uand..unil.r.. for by money 1"1111"1 years bu with, l k hoir-ritla guaranta uniform. i 'nnseMiss'' Ine/ Monnthy spent Sunday Get into the fight--with your

of aatlafactlon Ask :r druggist 'inguest.. of VMS I1ll1nl'hnlr..u.,
; I for. Jt'gallon If he can't|>r';piiid anYul for w.13 wl'l 00.Booklet !Id' idford. of whole heart. Buy Bondsto ---

free Mrs.. A. li :Shaw: grentlon.I.1): in
; I WII.. lt.aall C...0.11 r.I." /1e. :lamesvilleMr the utmost !

, -: .
: L. : hlwho> underwent an op.i
i ration in the Gamenville hospital.. a
_v few days ago is very much improver! This Space Contributed by
nnd vvi hope her n .speedy. recovery

At State Farm thoroughbred At State Farm, registered :Miss Peril Reborn who has beenvi'rv SWIFT & COMPANY
ill for the past few days, i+ very
I Coach Stallion services guar. Jack, services guaranteed. I much improved at this.. writing. It was
I' I tees,. For.M e.. uu.. ow tl thought. that an operation would be
f anteed. $10.00 in advance. $10.00 in advance. Tl 'n.snrt but it is hoped that this can

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r-c-RlDVY. OCTtmCK 4. 1918 COl'XTY TELEGRAPH. T.nKIJo"LOItlU.: .\. PACK( SKYEN


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I: ilii "....... iti.iii'iiiiil I 1'lIk".*",,, TOWN TAX NOTICE,
OVi.tillrnti' N't47 I'nilirnci-i. l.nl'I in '..Vto..t.ta .

I News Items. I III >.u....'..n..| Sue Itnli'y-llmnlir...III.) ,'I'p, '.. Co.S K J. I K in nonw. n--. .thi.i-nl-i'il I .Nnllci-.' I Tiisit t liitiihi, i i.!Mnniliiv I"'r'I ml it) In In KIM.,,Orlotvi-r.MnM n Hint HI I'liiiite till4 Ihifilhiulnii.\ II Ail-Hum I In'Intr the dt nn. 1i'

County ( .rtlll.. Ni; 40 i'llil.i-iici'. Lot .'R In Wini.lImvn.
I Pi-c. I". 'l ... .Ih 1,10)1.'f -HI.I month' nt l.nuti.y. In the ,
[ >, S. S K'J Po. '10 ncr n Count. ,' at Hrniiri.nl., .
E Bond
Every Liberty ........1 K..tI..I.. I i.lit, K 't'n>'KirtVillllcnti ,SHUi.f| i Kliiriil t*. or notniich H1
thi'n-nf will\ IH
Si'ii. .> i'tnliia-ii I..... 4:! nnilr, iluifir MM ni-cimmry In imy the i
HiniMint' tjiki-n hrln
in VVuinlliiuii. SIT V;. Tr. :>. ii. It. J K: 'nIICIOM. nrt opimnlt the
:\ ( ELI.\\: 1-:01'-:( ) :; 1"1I0WEI( church tire i-Kod to be sure and! ",'nl I HNKiwiii-il Unify.. ( Hnnil\' l'iI'nlinK -. InN"m.,nml'. tiimlhi-r ttrlli* with I'h, ....1. il.ti.li nihrrtll-

roK :MISS\ LOIS nuu\: them to the churih atI o'clock\ Saturday Milt) ",'rtlltrnUH Hhnll l-r rt-ili-cint'il uu.c.nitn.r .*- (I twIt I Irtln : hit I IA. Oil. .,II..II..I..n..t .
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afternoon for to Inw. .uix ilis-il uill ... .r .Ini-riH-n .nn _ .
to practice the Uitlly KHK! t.nwtiy t 1.30

Law toy, OL-t. ".-H looked 80 muih Day .evercises to take place Sunday ihiMth W I'".....IHV mv nf.iilTlriiil OclolNT.( ffiuiiiiliniHnil,A O 1UIH. .,'al tliiii U...n ..l.'n.-n.1.. hItch,. ,1H In EH: >I -l.nwti-y 1.1 18 .

You like (."hrii-tmus, on the streets of Luwtoly morning. lllh ilny. of Mi-i-li-mlH-r. A l> \I"IH .In.k. ,41\ l.mlnln; North 200 foot nfIllnrk
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Buy Helps :'II Kant l.n'I..y R,30 .
Thursiluy our local reporter deiideil -I I'r..! has |teen i teceived from, Rogers I'-IJ-M I: 'I. I iSKAI.: ) W.Cli-fU T., \rlrriill\ .;I KA.' ('. H. KHtlt-H Ullmk an In K...t l.nw. i
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that perhaps the ever obedient sanitarium that our Lnwtey ,patient, li-v H 2.30 l
W. M KpdillnK HliK-k, II. IxiU, 3. 4 f'.
\mericun had taken to ;\.l IVarl Jones '
people really
ru. recently operated on TO qriKT: TITI K A. In .Hliwk .' nml\ Ix>l. I. 2 UliwkH "
heart the meaning of the sign "I'\! > for appendicitis, is still progressing' is riuoi'iroii"' HT. };I(111 rll In Town of (..... "-,. ... . . IJ.4S
Your Christmas shopping early." I favorably on the road, to recovery and ..II'DICI. CIIHTII'| I OK Kl OK. C. II. .1'nrki-r giiiirtor ncnIn blnrk, Mttt ,> '

Your Uncle Sam to knock the Well dressed ladies were seen on thestnvts I by the time this goes to press will 1-OH 1HIN COt'NTY.AND" 1-OH IN CNFRv. KIMIl-. tltiin.iin. .t I...*In..,.last.. nml,I wli-y I..it. II 1I1l.. sub. H 1.U ,

I in goodly number each carryn probably have I been removed to her I' : I.. I. 11.1'1'| | Illi-rk, iKiiMt; I a.t.v iota I.
"Germ" out of Germany.To >; packages thut made it look like'1'parents' home in Lawtey. It. O. Drnnnpil. K.: K: .HI'HNKY.' : 'i

Chribtmas, yet all seemed to be going i I The Kev. :Mrs\ :Mecca :Marie\ Vurney'arrived Complfllniint\nKlurliln D-e-M.Mnniliiil unit CotInclir. '1'.." n vf. Luutpy .1..

in the "same, direction. This puzzled in Lawtey on schedule t time I ) tact A Immigration Co..

our reporter so much he jumped into Friday! afternoon and according to rt Hi.
ap :MVTKK OF F.1.F.'TJI1S!
Our Friends Everywhere We have the greatest stock a car and followed the trail which led 'pointment /..tllh..r great lecture on Pi'ft-tlll.l.mtnnti 11*. > Ql'IKT TITLE. .

( to the home of :Mrs. Will Kdwarils.: "The =Nat" ion's Peril" in the Tn John V. Hr.. Olio. WHKUFTlii* I .gsltiir, ,* at I')I7. lintlir, ,
evening at -nniin. Konrhi (!i-oriiit .Hit Cnnritittitii-n .
of nf
of f Domestics hand that have had in Giveu IKHS. thi State of Klnr.ItlH.
on we years. Upon inquiry' he learned thut a mis- Grace: ;M E. church. The l'I1I1rl'h11" H' Pupi'i'' 'tIuP'iriLu. Ion ci I A. I InuniKrnliiin,, . llitl, |1'.... |I"<> lint Kl'rmllltlimrl "prolnllitllriun
ellaneou\ shower for ( .tOlls fly. II coriKirnllon.. W II. Mi-liln.\ / Marttur .>'',,h", .<,,... lo rnnntilutltin .
call when in need. We was being !Riven full and the lecture thoroughly i>f th 8tnl'
u a can meet you on the price. appreciated. .>t M l. .fiihiiMUt) John Ali-xanili-r ".rnliRin Itt I'K-i, Itln. nml, tin- HHinp ...... nwr.I" by
;Miss' Lois! Terry the event being planned .liiiiii-ii. I. l.Bli'n; film( K Furl Jr. .1. It. J-:arI. vnti't of thri'i-.riflhri of nil thimitntitm, rlrct S

Bleached MuslinsCambrics25c30c35c.Sea by :Mrs. J. II.loore; and her :Mrs.i I Dr. Drown, has just returned W. K Ian. .. Snmiii'l 1 ('. I.am-. John C. FI: lii-. .'.1 to raoli I...".. that thn von*; on rmM Joint.
I: .1 I l>. % l.i'inorv. Kiuiirin I I. M.'Oill Frank J. t
laughters. A large gathering ussenibed >- from Hiiiiilutii-iiH. a t'n I'ntf-ri'd. laIr
i Orangeburg S. C.. where she vvssI .. liion| rmprc
Milinilii; < Thonmn %V. rill Clmrliii.
y
Kol ,
Island 36 and 39 inch. 25c. 1 in t honor nf the bride-to-be. I called! two weeks >- tl\i j"nl.. with I. Ihivinn nml i IIIIVN, t th..n..
ago by I telegram announcing 1'rtn. Ili-nry I1 Tninhlinnrf V J. Shiftman.ili'Ti'iiilantii. unit' lliiv. illil ili'lrnimunnil, , The Edwards home was very prettily ; the serious illness of her HhiHiv rvHiili-nci'a .miI'Hrh. nnknuwn mini. .1 tnt, It.--iiliitti\ >iiH 1 In- milimtlti-fl to the

Canton Flannels, 30c and 35c. decorated! and a climax of elfeciveness -|,jaged! father :Mr.\ K. J. Sinoak, a well\ : GlIEKTINti ..1...-.".... i'f II,.. Stair al. III** (irnoral Fln-tinn In

About 400 yards of A. F. C. Ginghams is all we t w.u readied when little Billy known resident of that place. :Mrs.l You. nfl.' I'nrh i>f you are:. hi>ri'liy rriiulri-il Nmi-ntl-rr. TlItifEIot.E IIMKNOW. \ : I. II flV riMW.IXHili. t ,

Odwards. dre sed a8 a soldier was Brown remained" constantly at the lied-, 10 l-. anti npri-iir rwfore thu jtnliti if Ihi* St''rr.1'Y i.f SusIe of the State of i

have left at 25c, next lot will be higher. seen to enter the room drawing hi* I side of her" father, doing everything fMmitt Kliirliln.. Court. in anil for fur tha llrailfonl Kmhth: . .Jiiiltcinl county. (.n Mnuitof tho71h Moridii. it lo hrrtby. KV( *. not In that a
I.KM-1141.; :" :
express wagon tilled with packages possible to ,lelieve his sufferings and! I ilnv t. of OrtiilK-r, 1IHS. al thi (..nrt hewn, In. hi'ltl In oath r.l.KCTIONwill : I.
f Plenty of 9-4 and 10-4 Sheetings Tickings Denims l'ontlliningIfts for the happy honoree. combat the disease, but, t the old gentle-!, In null) Coimty. fi. nnMHrr u .HIM of (\>m.tilaint Tiit-mliiv nt'xl .iii'rr-i-ilmir county the' flat In 1',1.Miinilav' on In ,

Cheviots Silks Serges Suitings Table Damask. The military expresbmun was ohliK'dto [jman gradual, weakened and finally 11 O. IVmianlTin pxhihilisl, nwninnt you I m nalil court, hy tIn.Nii.rmlH-r. A. II' I'IS. thu' auiit l TuMilny brlnic ,

make several trips in delivering! hii "succumbed passing into the l Great; Hej .llruiiriinl. County. Ti-lntratih. I In hcrrbj- 4

New lot of Crepe and Georgette Waists. precious fr..i"ht.1iss: Lois was kept |j'yond n week agn, last Tuesday. :Mr.Smouk JmiicnHti'il mi nrwapaprr In which thin no. fur I thiralltlrallon I-H-TIT t1.tOh.or .1..U..n NO\'FM of".::1 .. Haiti -

busy for a long time opening and admiring I I was well known and highly resp.cttnI tic'...*.k.tihall, Iw piililiiihiil. for vlitlit coniii'cutiv! Joint 1..h.I..II.| |>"I..lnl| aniinijinrnta to s

the gifts which. were then in the Ihi* (\ .III.n of t ..r "Kh.rnln.li., :
a
Orangeburg .section hoi VI l'rN.IIA m, linn.l. an.) the ..'.I of i>aid ,

Shatter that "Prop" in German Prop- Hissed around for an inspection by I i 1 having been, !successfully engaged I in Court this. the slot tiny of July Iffin I'rolioiilnir. .. an Ani.*'r nilini KFSDI.DTION>nt to Sivtion... H of Ar- I
the guests. Music was a part of the the farming business for many years SKAI.I: W. T. WKKKS.TliTk ili'I. XII I I nf .Ihr IVinntltullon of lIt> R.... of '.
program and two appropriate songs I and: actively interested to the time Cirruit Court lJradtord .'1..1''.. llrlatinu to K.tiiratlonlli ,
up r itinly, FlorfilttO. .
aganda with Liberty Bonds. It will were delightfully rendered 1 by Miss1 I of his final' illness. :Mrs. Brown remained O. McCOLI.tlM.Jnckaonvilli I at Iti-milviHl Horlila by: I.. LfKlKlaliirr of tIn Slat

Nellie Roberts. The blushing smiling'' to superintend,, arrangements: .. Fin. That II... following amrnilmi-nt of Sm-tlon D. ,
faces of the ladies they admired the Holloitor for Complainant. 8.2. t..IITU'PoI1F of XII. nf thi Constitution. 1
before as for the funeral and interment wasmade A..U. of the
to doing
pay you see us your silent ,.. Florliln Itvlatlnf. to R.liicatlnn In .
I gifts expression to sweet
in
gave the family plot in (the cemetery !\. AF'I'I ICATION. FOR TAX hEEl hrrrhy. ..M.(l. to anti ahall In* Hiihmltteil.. to (It.
dreams! of other days or days to come. at Orangeburg. iDKK' : KKTIIIS: B OK <'II "'T.R: "88. ,>)
buying. Delicious refreshments were served Mrs. J. D. Randall left last week for LAWS OF FI.OKIKA at thp ni- it nenornl rlectlon of lti> ...., ... .
and thoroughly enjoyed till the setting Michigan where Notinin\ Itprr-liy l Klvi>n that Win n. l.likrna.iurchimir In br hrlil In thp yi-ar. A. I). lull' that la.l.iay
she will remain several | of '1.. ('.rtillc'.'. No. n. ilalrilthi that Srction II of "rlrl. XII of tin Contitiltlon
of the sun reminded all It was really weeks taking a course of treatmentat 4th( dRy nf SfpU-mhi-r. A. I'. 191A. h... of the Stallof rlorlila, Im ainpnili-.l >nMM .
J. W. MORGAN time to go. the hot springs there. Her flli-il ,nun) ci'rtiflcati* in my ofTire. anti Its' to nail aH folluM'ti '
Wj rick-Terry friends many "'RI.. HiipliCMlum" for tax ""',.,,1 to IHHIII in nc- tl.i.t Ion H. Kncti counlv Hhall bi- riMjuiri-il, .
will miss her during! her absence cortlanriwith. 'law. Snlil crrlihcalr i.mliriiriffIhn I In a'..... anil ci.llict Hiinunlty for thi minliortof
War and I'omanl'e111 to have rn- and will welcome her return to follow.int( iliHicrllM-il |iroM>rly MituiitiMl in llii- ,imbllc. itt.. Hchiiolii IhiTi-ln. laj. of not
eri-J into( a silent partnership with full health and former activities Hrailforil county. I Klorlila. to--vlt : : I Imrt 'than thin. t ill mIll.. m.r niort. than tin
oiii'li other since Uncle Sam has gone .. "Noi-lh Half ntiil., KIIHI:. Half. of SniilhwixlWunili'r i Im nnllH mi 'llu1 ilollar on all h".hl. |lroirrt'
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.liter thiKaiser.. I .ast Saturday afternoon I VtiMfllllMi'lOVWorthington I I I ( >)> i. s II. 21 K. run Acnu.ri HIIIIUA JOINT! KFMOI: .I IITIOV! .
++++++++++++44+++++4-I.+++++I.+++++++++++f+++++++++ :it four o'clock\ guests' assembled ,.. ...1,1 l..n.1. 1".111" 0..1- .., ul-... .1..-... ...fI I rn, >l.....tI l iinii, 'iiihni'tit. to I thii CiniNtltiltlnn,, nf I .,
f ut the T'rrhome to witness what win I Ihi I 1.--. ; ;of SI..r-h- r.rI Oriut"' I in tin* nun, i KloililuHi. .,
| i (Oct. .1.- \\,11.I hi-n- of C \. Ainlirii, I',,its. Haul. ci'rtttlcnlrHhall . \It It.-M.K.-.l I I I liv 'DIP ,I.i'..l.lnliire iif the I .
said! to Inu very ju'i'tty military wed-( i comes the dear i Worthington i newsagain. . "In ri'ili-i'nii'il. ncciirilinir lo .lut. 1nx ili'filwill Slnli.. of I I'.rlln'' ,:'
4. i Jintr. IMKIIO, Ihiriim nn thi- Till diiy. of lii'tiiliir. Thnl AiliihXIX .f 11". Cimimtitiitlim, if "
:a: The hou.se was ,decorated for the occasion ( Hope' they will gi\e pleasure. <" l Ii 1'tlH! Ilu. suili.' ..r I Iniiiln. .ln. nml. I lhi> Hitntila, hrrt<- I .
ami the to, I the render-. V\IIII'| ,HH .))' oiririiil' HiKiiiiliiiiami'. mill tliitin. liy iitni.iiili, ,il ..> a. tn ri'inl, I. fnllo\VN j j ,.'
+ happy coupli wore unit- 1 Kev. lliilliMrr. has just closed an interesting .Mil .iit.of Si-l'li.mU'r. A. I I' 'I01HW 1 Arlii'liMX I :Fretilin I Tinmannrnitiiro, , .
.cil I HI% marri-igc I beneath, the Stars nndStupes ,I T.' VV KKKS.i.sICAI.I : mil., ""' ,'" .ri.>hll .. of ni alcoholic or lltln > 1 1 1IN
|HI'\'. Alt'rod! I-:\'(.I14Itn. pastor revival' meeting at I the First : C'ti'ik flrciill, I'oiirl.lli'inlronl I \ ii'nl"iliir, liipuM, .i nml, I.''. ,'.... vhcllii'r i "I.lr.( j
[ More Farm Machinery Rusts I if (;ii'll"1.: l. 1C church performing the :Methodist ,church u i of t fhis I J"III 1 ec. We t Counlv i Kliulil.iHy I itiiniiH..iniiiiH 01. mull, nii' I hiM'i'by. fnro*.!* .
hope. nun'Ii i.'"pot I was accomplished.i H. A \\ tKKS.H : : pnihlliili'il :In lhi Slnli of Klorlila.! rxci'l.t al.t'nhol .
I "I'I''m\I '. Congratulations i t tin- : ,. : ::
over r i ( 1i; ntcn Sratr; has accepted a II-.M. I Ih-inity Cli-rk for I j. .rI.tt I itt. nr inoctianlral )mrItoMi'H tj
"ddll1lC'part i proceeded' to the stat ion siblo lespon- anil w i,' Hin'iiimi'tilnl i . |iiirnin, | >.p ; tha t
mil many loving farewells, were givpnLhim position in C Ocal.i.Wiley ) ; 1'( III 1C :\III'U i K: .nl' of ulilch iilcnbiil, nml whip for tin. I urlioHi'ii -
I K. \Vil Ibis wmns a business nfori-Hiihl I bo ri'iriilnli'il l I.y> liiw.
lint Than Is Worn Out I as 'midst showers of N.li.'i' la isifl hill Hi'iili'il MIH| will .hli
ruses they liinliy I Mi'cliiin 2.! 'I 1 I I i-niirt mi't-
Ia I lioaiiled, tin1 southbound I train i for their visitor: to Sturke Friday. l h.. ,...,'..1..1 I liy I h.. .Iliiunl' of County Coiimil.- iibli* ,titan for 1.I,.. 1.I.lnh."f..r"'l.10,1 thi> priivlflIIIIIM -
I I.ii cia a I lIa/I i <'II. of I Ifrooker t came t to Mioni'rH I in nml for llrmironl. <%ninly, at thi-ir '. ,.I' thin articleSirtinn
honeymoon trip. '! Worthington i Sunday to t meet hiM nuiilni. "..'..t lag ..n I Ihi- flint%, Monthly', In Oi'tii- :1. 'Ihla nrllchahall ix.. In, .> I ITi-rt I.
:Sprgcant: and :\Ir>!. Wyiick will make I brother. I llarlcy.I who has I been hi'i,*. I'MH. for II.' iMirt'hiiriiuf II four-mull' tin. Ills lln-t ,IRY of .I..y., '\. l It. I 1"11
:a: their i home i in (;iamesvillo i until i I the spend 1. lianlnif ixiinl irrnili'r, 'I 1l hiMonril. ri'Bi-rvt'H tin1rmht Tillllt4 I >N CIIHl, III COIIIplllllICO, wig Ii blllll, | ci-. I .
J'f'l'l1l1l1'nt't'1II0't'1! him to another ing a while i in Jacksonville. l.. ri'Ji'i't tiny or nil Mild."' ,luiMi'il, linn'nilini'iilH. anti' the r"nV... ili'clara- I
t T. B.! Kdwards: and wife. of Drnd- H. T. I IH>\\ 1.1 Nfl. Ii[limn nnil return, theniif ffhnll 1 I. .uhleclnl, Ito
( lull p.The. ford I ( hllh'",,,,,, Ituaril. Cimntv Ciimmlnaloiuni llnulfortl the slam. reKula'loiiH, finj' realrlrtlona nn lirtfliliivlileil
t through :
Does not that conclusively prove that suitable sheds!;1 I best, wishes of a host of fl'icndsfolluw j passed to Lake Kutler.Mr. .h..r.Ionduy l enronte County. ., by titer for itellirHl elei'iuni! I Ih I lit, .4 I
Alll'Hl : Slnli' of Florliln
the livule and :\Ii". Terry
/groom, !>* : and :Mrs. TOI11IJs..II.. \ . of Jacksonville / VV TV i 11: :KS.Clurlt. a IN rHTIMONY, WIIKHK.tlK. ii!
for implements would be a good investment having I I boon popular r aIJHJIgth\ ,' ti.fl.ni. 1
your ; ; I I relumed I home Sunday I i afternoon I hate hr'I."t.. pet
joiingei.el of Lawtey. SergeantVy- ,.: my ,luinil,, nnil iifTlxeil 1liu
RIGHT NOW ? Your farm tools cost money these mk F I ,'IIIIIl'S'llm' a w-i-ll I known family I his. after spending a short while with MIIK I K oriii. if\ NUN; >i> nit 'r' \ \ in i I D 'SE.: \ I I lirent S. Ml l ..r tinMule: at I
+ I in' Washington I ( and i is also I popular parent"' ::Mr.\[ and :Mrs. S. .1. Uussnll. I :MiHt' SH "I ii'i-' N 'W. 11\1'1"1 I 'NH. Kliiliila. ill. TllltnlplHHee.the ? I 4
,i iiniijf 11. J. Robert: ), and wife Saturdav I.,.\\V-I Cllplllll, , Hi"in the '
OK I I OIIIIH
days a lot of good hard earned money and to leave :I ii : those who know him i in ( ;iaimsvillc i spent .. tiny of ,I holy, A.. I'. H ,.
in ( llilwsVil.1. \('. Nulwi-.. I lu-ii-l., ) KIM' 'n I hill" riiilnliiui, .1,.1I'Mii'luiii ..".... .111
i .1. \'" Ijiiiiion;, and son. I Dick were .'r nf 'InC., ,..nil., 'lit.Nn I In, .In"'il, II.1111..,\V .'\WI-iIRII..
them in all kinds of weather to deteriorate is surely I lit Ii- :S.iMI'M; din-Is' \\-ll l I ( iu.irileilMi l biisine- visitors, to Lake Itutler Sat tin llh ilnv if ->.ii| .,mli. r. V II I'Mi; I..,,, B.n.llt. SIr..I.try i.f Hlali'

: i /In"1 I : ,I. CharlesVutkins ill. ii! Miiil' riitilU'iilin' ntv 'ilTiri. *. nnilnimli 1,119, . ,
not good business If want them to: areialIi unlay .', "lIing- . utoi.lii, '.iii. ,Li...", fin. lux I .1..1.I ,In "ISHIIIIn( "... -- ----
management. you I ; / visiting at the parsonage, after : .., . . liii, I. '10 111' IKf: 'I I K:
I\II)i. nml ;\\ r'II.llIilws.: , of Luke: [lluller i. iliinri' \\nli I ln\t Smil " ," "ihoti.' i',,iIi iiIlii . ..
-pi I 'I nilinir I I : t Ihi. hot summer iiKinthsHIM vvi ,iihere I business i fiillity. miid. ...ril..1 |1"1'| ily sitiintiil I,, I I l t I EIGHTH
!* last third longer give them good coat of paint on Saturda.vafternniin. .. ("III't. r'olll'I' I
+ one a t[HIM' ( I inir I I northern( I states, and report) II silt "t riiiinl'. I.I I. "putt. tn-,. .ilVVml ? .
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Iliilf, ..r S.nill.uiKl* tiirti' of NiirlltM.I . .IIUll" \ 'IU'IT.f.

;* then come in and let us figure out not how much butt:: ,' i.l h.iMtu-! :Ia"(I I td:t I -p leturn t ni ? iichrhtfiil.ummer tu the i nion peureful.n'liei but I :Mr.1 l \''. Johnson and ,children, "f Ai'iintin, .(unit.iI1. .. Sic -' ,.. "I'M. . :S It .'_' K i 20! !1.'N, !! rOIN'IY.' I I'lf (('J&N.- .

I .- nf lieautifiil, Kliirid.i I Lukenreturned, home Saturday I , after .." ,....... _.n'..1...' .............. .......1.....K.. n.nO...'...."...'..". .0_. ..m'.. "."_..... .... I). lunnnr.r.n..
[ HOW LITTLE a good shed will cost you. i tlnnir ill the north" having spi' 'tiding I a few days; i in and around' t iiiiiinnciof Niirh r.rt..illr.I .'.' I In I tin* HHrni I (' ,,Inln..nl.
\"I.Y-I here t\ ''I relatives.''. ..r Wiilli I llniihir llnli'Kii I mini ci.rlillcnlilnill ",

-in h a wii'like. appearance.Mr. :Mr. mid :Mrs." .1. J. fox ar.- spendingu H !I" .....i..'..11..1 "",,,,'.lIn,, .to hi"'. .tux ili'filvtill 1 I. lurldii I.ntnl A VH Immlirrntlun Ci .. ,
i I : ami ;\I. !!. Wutkins hailed from few inmii'. I Ihi-rion I mi i I llif 7lh liny of Ili-lolii-r. ttal.
:'-:.'w York. last Sunday week on the 1 i nayat Sebastian I visiting i relative A I II., I IMH.VV I'I'.r..n.ln"

( 'J l 'diI.IIH'' *. 'llni.aj. mv olFirlnl, iiluiiiitiiriami, ) iit-iil thi* niiJ.I I it* (11''I E't: T11I..l .4
> steamship Arapahoe and Littli't I :Miss I Louise Russell, of Jacksonville tlt.. rth ilay ..f Si-nti,. 'nilu-r. A. I II. KHH. .
ln.iAed(I the,, dangers of submarine W T 1 I\KA.I:": To tin unknown h'I. ilnvUt'oa. ..nl..
COj attack i I returned home nml HiiinuintM .
IQUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY ,in order to travel I Sunil.iv afternoon i i iSKAI.I: I irk Circuit Courl.llrniiroril .r. tlirmitfli, nnil umliir .renco
by water instead r, tli-fi miaul .
of by dusty rail. Past-ing. of In, enter I\'hnoluft..r spending/ ; I 1wall ('.."n'v. I lloililn'. Hryiin, un.* unknown'.h'O'R..I. : "hl'o ..l Hi.Itl.f.'ilNui
out 01 ni<'"r months t with her grandparents Hy H. A. W KICKS: : .1"e,1

New York. harbor they were privileged ;Mr. imd :Mrs.[ S. J. Hu>!sd!. '-fl-'il. I>iiiily. CliiliIlKllrK Votl" .nit l 1'iirh u t :you; .n n*: hi'nl'iy rcuul ntilto ,

For Material to witne.-s Home of the wonderful, _._- .. - ,hit emil. l iiip'itr| iM-fori thv jiiiltf' of thn
I II
Headquarters Building nights of war. Uncle Sam's fighting I PitH 11 III.ICATIONIn ' "I""ll I ."rl f..r tlio "Ki:IMhh Jmlicltit. Circuit
C'\KI.I.ESSMSS: : HKSKLTS: nf )I'hiriiln., I in nnd ttr "It,
craft were to be seen everywhere in I Circuit. ....rl. 'Stall* of lorhla, n".r,1 ruiiniy t>n thn4th
I .
duty of
I Niivvinlifr I I thi
I IN i .\ IIIln: : CuijrlhiHjH*
activity with steam up in reiulme.ss for KiKhth ,Jtiilicial. ri reuli. Hriulforil ('...nly In .,,1.1 ('",ittty. It ."Jla..w, .. H Mill ..r Cum
call I That is why we "Keod H. A. In t I luirici. ry ..
to action. nay
+ a One war vessel was plmnt *>.hUI. | against you In HUM, ) court t>y1C
seen to have an observation balloon''' Thom; .I log' I Powder' aeconling i to directions I.. (i I. 1'01..11. Ciitniiliilnnnt ft |

I attached to It and floating above., I ." |\10 NOT l KKKH: : IT SLOP-) Hi.Hi. :Mull YO ln-fcniliint 1 'I'h. .tlrnilfortl County Trli'irrniih, U IrnIiyiI.Ig .

+'+++++ I I I 4++++++ M ++++++4 +++4++++++++ I 14 I itt I"+++ Kaiser There and is his very little chance for the I I'Y.moist but I"n mix with it just with enough ground water feed, arid to .hill I It (III.,ui.t.o-.l' in ri flit I hf' l I.y nhiiviataliil. iitriilavil liii cailnp| | .nili'il that, I..it.. thi--lle a tlrtt with sit". ,.I 1.1| Ito KM puhlidliftl. nc-WHpapt, for r twchv In which.l""thin" 'olv.HIM

suhmarimH to do I much I H
milk hen Molt the .li'ffnilant I thi-ri-m, """.. .1 I. a 11011r.i.i..nt I Th. tlmrriluil. In thi of ,
., 'I each
crumbly mass. hourget Iln.l. ComitlMlnt
damage on our for i nf 'I
coasts Uncle Slim | tinStall I nf Morlilu. anil abe la ai .. .
; In tin CIHIHI*. Ihi* till* In I. Hoiiiiht to
.i lii-neficial dll"".. See full direction ..null t nf .. .
has his nt .
eye upon all his coastwise vessels. HrunHwIrk. Hlali of - .r"I. "v. I ln. iiinti| | JIM "gtiisi) th. al..nt.> <|i>r.'n ..M.. <'kage. 'Yovn I back I tinawe' nf Iwi-iily-oiiif. It IN Ihi-ri'for.
I yfnra. *
The Arapahoo wai called by' pa money nn* pnrliriilnrly i tltufrthi'" '! HM follow. tn-wit tK'j
wireless if you are not satisfied.Sold by I K. SJune 'iiilintl. thai I anlil, ".."-.1.10,1 ili>fi.nilant I hi* :' of NK'i:' HW>., of NK'i;' K'a:' "f HW i
into Hampton Road ,. .
whwre uiul, hirt" 'hy niiiiri'il| . to I.t s.i.ir lo thr hill ofi SEt":' of NW'i' NW".r> NW' .. Si-rtlon it.
the captain was ad vised to look out for i Stltrk.AdDESERVES V. I niiipliilnt,, I llli'il In Haul raiiHton or l>**forfTMiinilay. ..n.1.I SI'.1 if NK'i:' Hrctinn 4. 'lownHlilp, 8.I. I I Iiittt.
floating ,mines and told what course t Ihr 7th' d..., of Oi-lihir.. A. l> I IIIIN. :$ IIMH 22. '::1.1, AIM.i, Inlji. I. 2. 3.
: I'tllltW HIlhl> .Illll-Hlltillllll of HHIll. hill Will IIIluki I. ro, nml A .for VV'j of SW't' of NV'i'
From Tacks to take in order A GOLD
t
( to avoid( th"IIHllmp I. i-iinfiiiMi'il. .
n an hy unlit ili'fi'nilantII ,
iinl I Kloi-kH 1 II. I M. Ir.. 1ft. 17. 1 M. 21. W. 'l,
UpThis I ton Itoads\ wai also a wonderful Kil'ht.1|! MEDAL FOR THIS I ii fiirlhrr I it rita'n-il. that thm. oritrr. "hiiut>- ."..1 Jl. 'lIt NW' of .SW' of 8.-rtion ;y.
warships! hydroplanes, and submarine1rhascis |1"h..1 i | ,| .MIICI. a Wfifc. r... flvtcoiini'iutli' wi-i.kiiin TfwliHhip (I. Sout'h. lit.tie". _'.i. UttHt. Hiihi |I.it4 iiMirlf
being thorp in great number1and I I t 1hi llriiilforil... ( ounly teiru.' ra.lt.. N ruWHl aiuj 1.1"'k. lii'inir It l..lirt nf < ,tiiMtiinKM* .uh--i"||.
l I'nix' r (iiitilliihril I in Madl county tutu" titait VlhMIII Of Hlllll HlTtillll JWI'INKMS .
as a hiirh tension nf U.tivity.ll1tl.. Cincinnati Authority Tells Howto "MIIH I :S.l, mlH-r I. I I'lIN! : ,luiii'l I ".itl l I llm. stat uf .al ,cipating orders any ,moment. | W.or.. W F.I-.KX.: : ('tort this the hit ilny, "f J'-Uy, 1 191'.
P' .\., so.m a.. the Arapahon Dry Up Any Corn or Cal- i :Wiilli! Clt-rk Circuit Courtliy iHK\l.t: W 'I'. WKKKS.:
is a HARDWARE(, store and we sell pushed i '1C A. WF>:KH.ftIiuty 1 I.rk "I..llt Court: lirnilfofl
Sandy I Hook and headed for the open'' Ins So it Lifts Right Oft. ( Clorlt' ("iinty' Iitrltii

HARDWARE exclusively. sea the lifeboats. worn swung out on ;I Ithe ,\ V ( .KKWH.Snlifitor: ( ( MrtOf.l.lM..itnittnitl' .
:
for
Cnmplnlnunt. tl-4-At.
davits, provisioned' and I
But handle EVERYTHING in Hardware ready for ,', ,*. ('In.
we use in the e\t-nt of submarine attack I Y". i i'orn-pc'sti'r l men and women ,
I :NOTIf K; OF KI..TI': .11'''' fur Cofnptutnnnt. "-. .I.I.
and( no lights were allowed anywhere ru'i'il ,jlfVr no longer.Vi uir the* shoo
from a tack up.STARKE. 1.1 il.I ,. Sin,riff ..r llnnlfonl. County ..r lh., I
on board while) the hip waN that .
running at : .irly killed you before, says this 'lal"I. Klorliln I :0'1 id :

HARDWARE CO. mvht. i C'iin;, n' 'iati, authority, because n few II,: :ii kni.wn.: 'Unit r. II Clay (Crawfordrv <>nf I wJl prcufntir

, The captain aril( crew were nnxious drop if free/one ilif'd directly on It ," 'II ..r .Stalluf I IhiHtalv of rl-.rlilii.. il.. >v \..niw.unil. Until ''"tint tin, If'-nori-ihl. I.
, and( the passengers were at high tension nf .l.r, I.y ifivi- notlriIhMt' fii. ,, A. finr; tendii i I. aching corn stops soreness at i.ENJ.If'iI: ) ;/ ElECTIoN: : ( .. 'P. anti nntc for my linn I tlm.
all .. .1..1011.
Starke Florida the time till ( 'harlo .
ton was one" ind, soon the corn loosens so it Si ,ill l U. hi.1 hi In llm'lfi-ril( ( ounly. :-I.II..f. rloriila . rharK* nn mlminlntrMtor of theiMtnto of W. II.
reached many of them trying on lifp- on 'liimilay. .....t mm.ci-filiriv. Ihi.* llrit Mondnv L'n belts to see if they were" alright incase can I l'< lifted out, root and nil, without I in N,,',,-ml.r. A. f>. I I'llM.! I lli" >* mini. TuindliyI thv Hih stay ftt Auifiint. I'M"

11 1- of ,emergency.; [ and ;Mrs.[ Watkins a bit i'f pain. I""u, thnI I ITH J. i. i/NMoiunr.r' .
lt\Y (NOVKMIIRK: 8-O'flmo. ,
A.jtninair.tor.
1 that the A quarter' of an ounce of fret-zone ,
say government as well Fn*'_< lAt iv<* of lh. Si-cnnil Con-
us the officer! and crews deserve cred costMry little at any ib'Ug' store, but > -i 1< *j.m ofhr, Stale of Florliln. In (
.. ," lip A "I'l-1 K A I I'i' Situ T\K .IPKl: >
it for the marvelous way they are go Is sufficient/ to take off every hard or' - I: '(it- rl .h. I'nitml Slnl.-.. I HK-IIOS. it UK riMITKK 4HKH. J
.. "t.1
mccenfully caring for their coastwise soft i' >rn or callus. This! should be :. /fc-a.7 O.s.w-iI' f tn taut of Klorerf I.AMS, UK H 01(111 % t__ ., ;

TIRES TIRES TIRES traflic in spite of Germany's threats to tried as it is inexpensive and is said ." . lh :='.,p...", Court oflh ll-.ri'l.y n..lir.. i. w. ". Ilinl l I' W Moor.

interfere with our commerce.: I not t'. inflame or even irritate the surrounding <* Slate' nf frri'tFnr : rmri-hiiiiHr ,.r in- nli, riiltcuii'ii I numhi-riNl r*>. _ _ _
:Mr. and :Mrs. Watkins left yesterday I tissue two Ifnilrnnd, t ornmliwlonfru of tint Htnti HIH'CtlVI'ly, I III, I I'1. .Illl't I I'"' iNHIII'lJ ,liy tim.- TMXI'lillfflor

) I have just received a nw lot of American and Goodyear Tires. for Tarpon Springs where they will If jour wife or wears skin.high hf.ds. she of rlorl'tM.For two. M..miira. of th. ffoufttt nf KjrprMientfttivtN mtit' r.n'nl.I'., 1",1. ,.. inif| Cniiiily.tlttlithi' Hi.ri.lii.-, Itt,. ilay inchnt nfHfrili'nil'r _ _ _ _

probably remain until after the war. of the Suit.-of Floridii.tnr ,. A I II I I'iM. thr mil, ...
all Best prices in town on tires and tubes. Bring old will urtttinly[ be Clad t-< know of thill.Ad. Hf'riiinfy I f'rimmfMNlonpni.' i.trii' ". 11..1. < _ _ _
sues. your Special' services have been tifleHl'H 'in niv' and .. iii-limtli| | ( .n S.
for nrranpod . t H40)) {'or .hr..,. MVrntx. ..f tlm County. Ho.r-I of r", 1H" <,Jiil I.. ,iHi-ui' in ncmriliini'i'" ,. with,' IKV. CTin.
tires to meVill make them as good as new at small cost. Sunday at (;race :M. E. hurch. The f'uhlie I...I rOd"Ittfl. mini. I'l-rliMruri-ii' rt-nrn-ctlvi-ly imlrtiiri, the
Sunday school will have charge of the I'nr JtiHti'f the 'IV.c. In ant fur th. fol, ri>IIi>win.f I luriiU in ItrMflfofil rounly.' t ,lurliln.
Second-hand bicycle first class shape rebuilt entirely $20. morning IIer\.it.p. it being K.illy Day 4 + + + + + + + 4 + 4' + + + + + 4 lowing J".....* DiNtrieU. vli : ..t'I'I I Nt thi- ifnt of thiiMmiiinri* nf Dtieh

the children will render a ."p"'illuro! 4. LKC.A1. :Nf'rIC4 J 1 4o..TI" Numhfr, f hrtufNn . ....rtiftcniiM, fn, th. nMm ft n'-t. .<''iv.'ly I herula'I. ,
ml' I lour.
** r t irllruliirly' not r"rth.w'l, H'
o"o JH
STARKE VULCANIZING WORKS ram now being prepare.) for the oeiision. 4. + A 4. 4. 4. 4 4. 4. + + + + 4. .4 4. 4. Numb ri.fNtirrih iiriDli-nti-. 114: nniliriiriWmt. <
: The r *>v.>n. ..r I.1
paitor will give a briefiddrpsi ---- .o"rlh.t juartiir of .h..l 'I" .
I to the little folks. :% t (>r ppf ii ,'rios hut TAX HFK::1> Si..,.,..1,,, >, ,I'w.'vo.' "... : Sunday I- i .nMiiblf in And .
for th followtn ,
... J"Mtir I. Miehry.OrtlllfHI .
,'\ f'nlnthe tirt of I Mif K KM TKIN 'OX I H PTF.KZ.Aw I 1
the four ltitrHt.' vl :
specialr' ...I' MOKIIMIf. I No 1H'' o''"'', I A In NW
services will be held( Si'rnl'rr 1111. rnrnnr at Wmt list" ..t ..
and thepntor t of
unrti-r
. "".!tr,. I I- 1//!... I I.". .." M 1111']! S.'m..r. 'Fhrw*. Niirlhrmit lM.rtiT V '.r ,Kv.lhwPI. Hi> .
To. kfep our Sammiea in smokes the Dr. Archie C. Harte former ffen >ral will prearh the first of his four.i tin m.i' of u IHX .1. . ' ','. ""mho-I| n S...mI. r lit.. 'il K.: I A.*..-. ..tt...'.I| Mali,.a Junm H. 'In 7. S.1C. 1

American Y. M. C. A. canteens in secretary of the Motile Ala., Y. M. C. strong evangelistic sermons promised .,l.nl I".. u 7. I- I "". '. ', .I' 'I.. "i.. T.llf Si.mf>fr >>*iS'timln . Cf-rttllifit. N. I-: : i>..h'.. Ix-t of Hut-
. for the four Sunday (-,. fur llrn-ll ,I Iiim' KI'-rnl, mrhof r Sf-/. .n.Niml .an'i :
ranee with 00,000! A.. has resumed charge of the European evenings in Octi Ail.J to I."c." H. I'J. Tp 7. KM
must be supplied ,;U>r. Thr. service .mi. -.>.ftirtc ..-. ' "f ti.'. .1 *n.. 4th IHV >. r Kirfht: E.. ruuinuM-il UcltrrK. 1
,".", cigarette and 4,500,000 citrars headquarters of the International] e are preparatory of 8.| "- m....r A. ti 11. I ln, (Hiil! lh. miniwrtiflcnVH Numhcr Clvvvn. ('flltai' ...1 I.l rtirtomn. shall ho ri'iliimiMlneeonllnir '
"nthly. In a single order the Red Y. :M.[ C. A. at Copenhagen Denmark.lie to the big annual revival to be held in in mr oir. .'.. ant, >I..A mn-lf (.pifr.ttfln In ti-H'imony wh ri>.*r. I hays hcmmto sit ,, In .1.'.-..* fmniiihervon, .
November if sufficient interest is displayed f'r tax .1..1| lo .m.u. In iwei M.n.. wi'' h my lIMItS unit afTix-Ml. tin Great H-.t l nf the on DID 7th day of Orb-hrr. wi. I'll"Wifmni
rranifle recently shipped 1,337: tong i M reported by the weekly bulletinof to warrant it. All the law. 'I 1 Ih.. ..lil. -.rtiflr.l.ii r...pM-tiv.,ly rmhnrrin S.... of Horl.l.. .t TnH.lm-..'*. th.f .,,It..l. my "ifieiMl. annntur' Ant rtl thIs'
," tobacco from an American port. the British Red Triangle to have townspeople .* f,. ,... n. l I.r.l. ... ,m llrmlfi-nl nuntr. Klortnr thin the twvntyfourth day 1 of Au"..... A. I>. (h. 1th iluy of l.vtml..r. A. l> 111"
V one time there wan a single hipnt i sent 5,000 parcels recently to Germany will find a warm welcome at !10'.. ,lnu. of I.hil l..u..n<'. of I51H. W T HKKK.-I.: :
these service such tfmnem.. In the nami* ...p-tlv.l lhrnlnaftur t H CLAY fICAWIORD.if. I Clerk flrrilil, I'nurt.
'.- of !aoO.OUO cigars on the high i for Tommies in Internment camps who The parents of all children attending prilcutrIy! .., forth. twit : .. Mi. Hrftary, of Htat SF\ f "iinty florid,.. ,
"as. Deeded' help. I r .rtiica'e' S.. 44 .mbra ... IA.-t. A. 4. 9. loII To W J Fppron.: S her ill. Br. Sunday school at Grace M. E. I U In W..dl.W1I.W.! H Tp S. '.S K. iikjf florid. V-4-tot .4.ft. I) Clerk.Im.ln'OIW _ _












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; : a bit Talking thirdly, a word Only ''! Knoppe has been working. The need of r,\it\i/ iii.vi.s: Burden in a jiffy. ;alnki.' --
t .. -....--- '' the. silent heavy tramp of men who many of the children for food was soimpeamtive I one when you buy yuul ?,

-- a | hue written their last letters home that the patriotic woman Early> matin'ing bunch cow peas _
'Men with faces carved' out of stone i i drew stilt) from the bunk, her life's 'jilantecl, between corn rows at the last
I They pass out of camps; they pass' savings, and spent the money to re- I work ng will make a great deal of i II J the A long nightmare wet spell, :.it. i I.,...

I'I County 1'1'e'rs 1a tern: the base hospitals; they puss the can- hove their hungul, It developed later much' needed human: ron I before. frost 'To.ne: ol ',
ccperie nclIfound ..
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I 'h-"II. And i just before they reach thelimit that she was to hllbl'en married i! I
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l __. ___ '_ _. __ __ -- --- trench at the very! front, under I .shortly to an orderly in the hospital I I If stubble land can't be luokcn as :, four bundles by to making the -h.! ..,' ,
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the
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guns to which she attached and that
.. was !-Don is giain is: harvested' at 'least try of
molding and
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!each man pauses for just a second at she had saved the for her wedding / rotting ? ,.
thl'I1ois
Jnt.rutln Facts: Gathered Durln the Wuk b3' Our .la money to dMk it. This will conserve entirely eliminated,! I ,,
,i Regular CorrespundenU dugout.It / trousseau. The story of her. great tuic, in the land and will make it )pos-! [ this if wet ,
is the front line trench year, wrath "
of the
sacrifice has b'enoinlC the rounds in 'slide
: for it to be turned later when hurvent time.
:M. C. A. I
lielgium and takes rank with the
many there is more time. I _ _
From it a hand, reaches out; in the inspiring incidents of the war .
- hand a piece of chocolate for each man I I (;KO\V
! ; ; AIOKI tun, .
1\1
made forI \
I'll should be
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,1 n..n ilH.I- HUMS 1 I I i'him, 'h sear Sapp !Saturday to be eaten in cUlle he falls wounded, in I
I I ;\li-, \rthui ( rews nnd little daughtii : :No ;Man's Land. A hearty good link \VltK:__rlNKSrDNLittle :_ 'storing the sweet potato crop) next I The necessity of rim n",,
of Jacksonville here at the and Cud Mess It is with this, the! full. A huge amount of this valuable
; Clay Mill, (ht t I. --Tinshowcis 0" are jou try cannot be over
empl
;j rain for the past' week were very muchappieciutod home ..I'l her paic-nts: :Mr', and :oleo j p vulva of the y M.; C. A. secretory( I Avice the :a year old 1 daughter food crop is allowed to !spoil each year the University of Flea I i "I I
I.f11': '. and :\Ira. T. I'lnkston of for hIck of storage. Let's remedy
.' H, liowning.! ringing in their cars that the men go near proper division.! There should ,
I .\!; t II. W ( 'nrter i was, a visitor. . to high i 1 Ow..n'\ UI'''/, of Rising, visited his ", ovet,' the top." Pukes' died Tuesday morning, after ui the matter. few hundred' hens' on r 1 land Saturday.W. . daughter, ; I'll.' Ualton Carter Saturday An hour passes; two hours .* n'l 'i I ,tigering' illness of several weeks I j i ---- necessary! feed can In
I A, Starling and son. Horace.. and.l i I hlowly, painfully, druggmgly, t.**y 11 that loving hands and medical skill I Ioulcl ,' By all means buy a canning outfit profusion and, then LMm "!
... r, i S. J. Starling, accompanied' by II. J. l l/r'. E.I] !1.. Higgs was U visitor here coma buck The men who, 'have lust an do was of no avail "bleep on ,, this vear. Canning 1s a hard and unceitam for anyone buying poult i r..
; 'luylor, were among thevisitor* to Sunday. arm, wml the men who !have lost an west Avice take thy rest. It seems: job j the way it is practiced on manages his work uinfisorghum ,. '
,1 ,, Mrs.' W. C. Stanton and little of( I and the who in ard but the Lord knoweth ." ;
," Jacksonville Suturiliiy. son e'c men carry i .Cht :She the, majority of Southern ins'mx so it of all s viuietiimillet a .,.
t W. M. Austin oft the Slack Creek Jacksonville, are' the guests vt her their shoulders. or their abdomens, or as laid to rest Wednesday in the ,, will he real econmy to spend a little and 1 for fall l I .,, j'
visitor mother, :Mrs. H. J. Hill. their the ; buileis url, I amily burial I pi
l Ii- section was u here :Satuidayafternoon :; legs enemy I grounds ut Olustcu moth v for a tanner and outfithon wheat make excellent :
r .' :i ;Mc-ssrs. J. N. and! 1. N. Norman attended -.hell. I I emetery. I I'S.. I. llendnx comluit- this '.s done, some of the men folks! ,,
( I, (;Joorw: Wilkinson Jr., and CharlieWilkinMin . the union of the C"ntl'lIls- Bleeding: staggering+ { 11111. following/ ,d I the last sad rites.- Luke Butler'ought' also to help with the job.I 13rAdfoc-l
{ winvisitors to Sturke sociation ut Oak (trove !Saturday. the trail: nt the painted |pn t:;. dunesMJILS, A teacher in I ;'
ii '1 hurHilay on business :Mr. and, :\11'1.: lilamhurd: of I Il.awtiv. Ann they stop at the y, al I 1. (', .t. \ __.______ I I, --- --- - 'I >oes an agricultural c,01"I i,
Ii Miss ?* :i.i . Prescott, and :Miss! Kflie: l were visitors here Sunday. il. yr\ u1 C&it. It rice i neat,..t r', the 'uunXeaier : -, : ::= : IN ; : I Have you bought that gulden plowor Of course it does, and .'"
KouiNi ':
( uvi
.. :Ml< Ciunford and of : : ale v" Harris wei, guests of :Miss Carrie Boy baby, :': than the doctor or hospitalTheie I SToni nation in any other uw,
c1 .f Starling Thursday afternoon Jacksonville, spent last week heir, the every man gets u nip of hut tea i i I with a hoc- lot t letting your wife do it ) f
j ;lira Mn, Mailing' i is visiting her skier :', guests of her grandparents; r. and if he wants it; there me two orderlies i I illl'dl'l! I plows an not ven expensive, running! a nevvspap' i
11 ;Airs c'. \I.: Hudson. in Jackson- :Mrs. A, (;Jreen. standing with hypodermics. in their 'ome very interesting points were fund or will, enable you to work the Herald j
: villa, thin week I Rev 1) I.. I'hilbps is spending this bunds. I f ught out by S. II. UaiUkill a prac-
I I Ilichiinl Carter of Hlack Creek was I I week at Thr-rehsu. guest of his brother "110 you want it ? they demand ofeach uul und, successful livestock man in I -
j visiting his grandparents. Saturday.Th.'tro 1 James 1'hillips.. man who passes through.And 'his address at the Livestock: Roundup -, 'I
) .- -- I held at the University of Florida
I
his
was a |peanut boiling 'Ihurs- either he thrusts out aim
}r tiny night n> the home of :Mr' and :Mrs > LOMj: ; Hiuixii(; : :"i01'ES11.1. : to receive the soothing potion, or he last Wl'l.k.l1Ion/{ other things he'' .1
I If ,/iI Ch.irlie Wilkinson A few (games were i __ nods his head! and passes on. hail the following to say: I
,\;. played 'IhoKO present w"reliKlles: I :\ : II. ;Moody! and O. H. On along the way of painted posts I "Any man who has land that is fit :
,t I Kllie: Hams. Alice I'rescott, Carrie | :Moody were business visitors to Lake I to the hospitals and to rest. for a stock farm can grow all feed FIXINfi PRICES
, .' t !I' Starting :Mrs' L W. Wilkinson and I Butler Saturday I I Sometimes the dugout is shelled and that is actually necessary for the profitable .
.I\\! \ children Irene and Katie, Messrs: Hen :\1 r. U I I. F.) Johnson was visiting i iStarkc in y, :M. C. A. secretary loses his life; growing of livestock let that I '
k-,:' and George; Wilkinson, Jr., Nelson Friday on business two went out together one day recently stock be hogs, rattle or goats. Thereis ,
1 I IVescott, Leo Wilkinson Eddie Car- Quite a crowd attended! player meetIng I one standby an absolute essential
I r.. ,I ter, Levi Hoiace, Curtis find Kiln Wednesday! night at the home of It is part of the game; they ask for tin I all stock raising for best profit
r ti 1 I' Starling Bryant and' !I.ovie Carter. All W. M: Thomas. no sympathy; they ask not even for and that is corn. If your land won't

. report a very nice time. Some of the patrons and pupil of pay; many of them are working for produce good corn crops you had better .
Mesrs. Richard Carter and Ellis the school district met at the Long nothing at all. try other lines than livestock
i f. Starling were visitors to Mr. and !Mrs. I Itridge schoolhouse Saturday! and. had 1 All they ask is for money to "carry raising./!,. Good grass is also essential.! RlfiHTJust
.I. li. Maseley's Sunday. a cleaning up. We are glad! to say the on." To be able to stand just behind Supplement crops such as cow peas, '
I t. II. S. Starling was visiting in the time was well spent. the front with chocolate for the men peanuts, soy beans, rape and sorghum
I Clay Hill) section Saturday and Sun \II'Mllrw.: Joe Dowlmg, Jr., Stafford who are staggering buck along the lire great aids, but all land thut will
\. day. Crews and Pearce Crews were in the way of painted posts. :wake good corn will make almost if
fk { Darling Carter passed through Clayt. county seat Friday night -By Bruce Barton, Editor of Every not all of these crops. If possible, nil I
Mill section Saturday. :Mr.' and :Mrs' O. It. Moody and! two \'reek.e 'rf these should be I'I
!" J !Mr. and, :Mrs.! T. H Mosel"y were visitors little sons, Alton and! Seebor, were th | > let the crops hogs do the gathering.grown so Cut as think what the Govern .,
i ''l ;i to Highland Wcilnesday on busi guests of ;\11''. and ;Sire Henry Brown, ",-" cut all possible labor costs. There are '

j; .'v; 1" ness.K.:.. II. Carter and don, Henry motored of day Sampson City Saturday and Sun- limes when the main feeding of farm ment is doing. If they had not
Arthur Guiterman ) must of
1 ; over to Jacksonville Friday and. returned ( By Brown crops necessity be corn.
I I I\J i I the same day :.NOHTH When he wants to write a letter Then it will pay to buy a high protein
STAKKK :NOTES; fixed the flour doubtwe
t It ItI C'JI' C!. W. WilklnHon and Barney !Lang ( And you know that he had: better) fed] have to add to the corn and for this price on no

I motored over to l.awtey Saturday :Mr. Walter Kuhl visited' Walker Kvy: To his mother, or his father, or found nothing better than
L I 1, !MessrsV. II. W. and It. I II. Carter Sund.ty. I The Girl; ankllll. would be paying $20 per barrel

j ,' were visiting in the Clay Hill section Miss; Livonia/ Green attended the Or he's feeling sort of lonely, | Every man who starts' raising hogs
.i i4 I. 'n ;Mr. nnd :\11''''. IS. 1'adgett and children meeting at Antioch church Sunday, And the thing he craves is only e; ems to have an idea at first that he for it. They are fixing the I
,
('lyI,. and Pauline were visitors :Miss Julia Ih'IAn'illitl'd her si..r. An oasis in the racket and the whirl, Must have pedigreed! hogs and raise
I ', 4\ to Highland Wednesday! on business.Mrs. Mrs. Mary Williams/ of Tempes Mill Or ho yearns for conversation, tiem to sell for breeders. The growing la
' \! '' W A, Starling and children Tuesday. Or the glad exhilaration of pedigreed stock of any kind to price on upland cotton, and we f.!
I I TO't't' I t I'dith.: Kllie: and. Elsie: spent Sunday. Mrs S. V Stokes visited :Mrs. I U. W Of a movie with u comic cust.lr.llil.', ell at fancy prices for breeders is a
w\\c M afternoon at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs.K. Seikinger' Wednesday afternoon. I lie will hurry helter-skelter, business that few men are fitted, for, think they will take up and fix r
/ !. .1. Starling. ;Mrs. T. :M. Williams, accompanied I To the Y. :M. C. A. shelter aid! the great majority had better de- .
i ; ------ by her mother Mrs: S, V, Stokes, visited Hereinafter to be spoken of as "Y" ,.\' "} their time to growing. nn animal the price island cotton. ;
f on sea
t t UKliroltl I ) l ) ITKMS: :Mrs ]It. A. L'llmgton: Sunday. :fir the butcher. For this purpose he
I, :Miss Livonia! (;teen visited the I It's a cozy little cote silo to have good animals for breed.
( I. Bradford, 0rt .1.--1'I :M\llIlrl'lllln,1,; :Misses Bryant, of Crosby I.nke on When it's chilly or it's hut, ers. A pedigree will do no harm but The A. D. Andrews
I, fnjuly attended, Sunday ,school tit day last week "I'or u fellow needs a spot good individual without a pedigree Company,
J l" liu'ker Sund.iy.uiiin I Airs' O. I.. Greene" attended church I Where it's dry. much to be preferred to a good
r f % la/en I i passed through here at Will Hooth's Sunday.. 'Tis a happy little hut nligree without good individuality.A of Raiford has bought a large
.
',I ('route to \V"i, thington where he met 1 KldiedgoilMams' and brother. Van Where they do not pose or strut ,
,h his I brother.| Ilarlty: who IS going to ill, visited", nt Snxton Sunday after And the door \a\ never shut REASON
stock of Goods and General
j attend school nt ISrooker. noon.Kveigieen. At the "Y" GOOD! : :- : Dry
:Miss (Veil 1 Kaliorn i is wry sick at -----.- -- I I

this w..itinrWI'. hope she will continue 1-\; '":I (;!U-I'"i:: :: No they don't cine what his creed is; I I "How ,d' you happen to go ? You Merchandise and they are going I;
t to impioxe, Ihcy'ie com'el'lIl'd'Ith what his au'en't draft age."

- I II j !lanst'fhuraday night.Ine Ha..ryVII'. s I : Oct( .1.-I The farmers of need nAnd I 'Ihe above question was put to a to fix their '
, taken seriously ill r. ('llr'foot'IIH, this section( me\ busy gathering. corn to help, him in whatever vay khaki cl.ul' youth on a railroad train prices so they can save
illlI1H'liatl'ly summoned |hut could not :Messrs. Sehellie Hosier and,' O Heiry I they can; the other day."No .
relieve him and he was earned to were visitors! to 1 Kniford Sunday And no mutter what his rating I :': ," he replied, "I'm not raft age. their customers some money.
I Jacksonville Sunday. moinmg for miopi | ;Alt and, :Mrs James Rosier were via Tbeie's a welcome always wiuting i und I can't sav I want to go. I'm not
i 'rati,,". On) Ins ainval theie he li.idunpiovcd 1 liars to tH.. Starling's home Sunday "For a soldier and a brother and u much on this killing business. Hut the
'.. t so much that the operation aftri'noon.MM man I more I thought about it. the more F We carry in stock a big line of
r \ A.I was postponed.M. . : J. S. Rosier: and Mrs There ate lots of books and papers, eat I didn't want to spend the rest of
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.. .d : S. i laves is visiting his parent il'I Reddish were \'illitinJt11': and :\Willi"j 'Ibeie' are talks and. .shows and. (' rm' life exphnnii why I v::.isn't there" White and Checked Homespuns
here thisII'I.k.. :
Rosier "Pl'I'S'1
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1\1. Sunday And. ,a pleasant voice to (' -J-xl'hanA'1: ,
I tl.: li Colson was a hUllill"IIS,1..itol' ;Mi-ssis H. [1-'. Reilding niiil,' son. E.I.I: I it lies sny; .
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hero Saturday Very, attended/ church at Galilee(; And thej'ie glad to see him smoking Uncle Outings Scrims Flannels Dress
Sam
is toil
i the
:Mr.' l Itnnklev Haven{ left Monday to el. sun-// And they love to hear him, joking I ly qual'lf.rm"-| ,
I I open his s<'hool.I iv.J.: \\'. inflis; !In the hut ter IIf a hungry woild Heis playing
I nod son \I'aseo or tent or dugout !known the ) Ginghams Poplins Serges Silks
I (Chesser. game squarely| mind mints on evernurunn '
Leroy\ of !I.nke huller, hasaccepted I visitors to Staike' ts.ituiday. as "Y" .\ } ,
I to do the
I a ,position as farmhand lit N". Cordon ; same.
inllis and I
sister :Miss
(!L HavesO. 1'iutic'es de Chene Plaids for Skirts
. : and aunt :Miss )IJinma; (1'iIliH.:, were,* \\hen he wants a fliendly{ face i'The Crepe ,
:. Strong M IthslanJ
I II. Nevvsom was in our burg' Sun- visitois to ,J. W\ I the Meat of
.J. (; Iriltis Sunday. At the front or at the ba-e, I IIt's
I 0/ dav l: I Itnnkley. Haves A son \\iis horn. to :\1..r. and ;Mis.. Ar a handy sort of place j j Summer Better Ilian the Weak and for Laces and Embroideries,
r was Wnrthington thur Starling Sept ::sab) To be nigh. ltd people who are fcchla and younger UMipIo
.) Sund.iy morn in g. J. S. (;inllis who are weak, will he
and
son were visitors to fie a free, and easy shanty, strengthened and enabled t"
(i i,1 1 C. ;M ,\n.ln'u'i"itl',1 home-folks here Starke Hllturdll)'. Homey, pleasant-likv mind anty, through the) d..pr..lolh.at of Bummer by tuit we cannot be beaten.A .
ion GROVE'S
Saturday and .
l" Sunday School TASttXrbSchllllONIC It purilles
opened : And
I llollda the
greeting
:Mrs. K. II.: flutter is the of ) Twentye'lght isn't scanty and enriches tho blood and builds up the whole.,.
I wick her ,lauA'htl'r11'11.: C. :M. Amlieu guest this I Willie 1"11'11'4'I're Reddish' as teacher.enrolled, with ;Mrs. At the "Y" tem You COD. Soc suua feel Its Streanthenlug InvmuratinuKffiit full line of Ladies' and Mens'Uunderware

f. !Little Gladys Starling is on the sick! So, that nothing need be lacking -.
:Mahry Harrell and Seeber Kdwnrdsattended list this i week Lend t the Hut your earnest backing- Ribbons and Dress
the, union at Oak Grave Sntiirdnv. Horace Rosier and sister :Miss Dor Let the boy who beam the battle, ,
i I fs, attended church at Hickory Grove, have his club!
l aJ. \'. Fdwnrdsvaa: u business vial. FI'idll\ _. Give; more often than you cure to. r Buttons, Mens' and Boys' Hats,
tor to Stntko -- .
Friday.M ------ .
li'or the entry will look guild l
; : S. Iliijes and mother, :Mrs.' N. ('!. j III': "v* .\MI: ) ''iiE w,\ 1.1\ l"i01'111:11 : (, the stub. upon It Helps Mens' and Boys' Suits.
Haven were' guests of Mrs: Joe Barry \\ : :| "in'hit 'IIIKItl": : Help to cheer the youthful fighter; +
:Slimliiv! IIft..I'nOOI1.. __. __ 1
: .nII' lean to make ma lot thhi .".ht..r'
!\ Sumner Andrea and, sister, :alias Yesterday' I nut a man who hat 1'au can spare a little--extra'; if' you,; There can be no doubtas All kinds of Harness and Sad-
IIhllll'hl'1! visited, lirooker Saturdaj. I /iust landed from the western front try. I H to the merit of Cardui,
_. .-- --- and he told. me the hem-rendtn That the lonely, sad or weary the woman's tonic, in dles and nice line of Furnitureand
.. II \Ml' I'nN: tiny, of the walking wounded. Shall hlll'oml'ort., warm and i he 'ry, troubles the treatment: of many a
The w"ulIh',1ho have lost an urn In the winsome little \wigwam i : peculiar to
-- >r an eye, or a of known m "1It's "' women. The thousands -+ all kinds of Stoves. Good
the
Hampton, (lit pint face but
t t 1 I.-M..1.: Green. of ne still aide H of women who have been
HI..II! I'ove' Spring, spent, Sunday in he front-line to struggle hack from helped by Cardui in the line
Hampton with his family. (10; with, trenches alone n heavenly reli".itIVr past 40 years is conclusive of Tin and Enameled Ware.
me far the !la.I .
+ (;. W. Kahme spent' the week-end in moment to trance, on weary I I' 't proof that It is a
(Ocnla; with his brother, (I'.1. Hahme. 1 want you/ to see what he saw. I want ( Where we possibly. :shall: 1 met good medicine for women
:Mm. P. K.: Johns spent, th.H''kI'n,1 ,011 to knowthe truth. Hy und 1.1); ) who suffer. It should 7 pounds Green Coffee for $1.
with i datives in StaikeMr It i is the day .before the big push. Tis a ha,'plittlo. hut help you, too.
: Klie:: Keene IIn.1'If.", formerlv 'or weeks the army' has known the Where they: ,! > riot p'n it +
.,f this place but now of ,J..k.nll\'ill.; tact hour and moment when the bar TakeCARDUI We
I are going to give cus
i spent Sunday with hid brother, J. C "rage 0V01.would the top.lilt" told the men leap out I At the "Y". our

1 Keene:Miss Victnrm IV>uirlass! of .\Ilt'hllt., The enemy has known it too; his ISr.iCIVVOMFA: ; : suit ) v xlMUIl" tomers a good price on all of our
returned, home :Mondav lifter "pieparations: I are as gieat and us caie- I 01U': :.s V('Nil l'lt'E
an
ex.j| t'ulluouu.
I tended visit with her sistn", :Mrs.' \\'il h I I I goods for we know there is a
tit lip Brown. I Simple pouted posts ; what are' they Washington, I II, Coo O.t.1.I :None': of : ,
'''j ;Mr. I. K J.alth'i:; ih',1 Sends i in I "I' he stories of self-sacrifice on the part
i They are' to guide the I >f Belgian shortage in the cotton
1 Irnhnm( Sumlav, nfteinonn. vvalkini women that haM- come to I crop.
:Mr. :M. :M. Met lee, of .lacksonv'illcspr iffei iMimbil' eyes. blurred with blood nn, 'fight .since the beginning of the war is The Woman's Tonic
t >nt Sunday with is family ing that they might lose th Hurt touching than thut rooming< a + +
Miss! I.HIiin Fulton delivered nn intec ed'oad can follow, the trail of thosepoint Mis" Knoppe which has just "leached I We have put in a nice Meat
sting address here :Monday even posts; Ilk, too weak from sh11hllck his country front the hl'lIt1'lullr.ter9| + of Mrs. N. C. Varner of
in*. in !i'i-; to stand alone can tin, he- American Keel Cross, 'in Belgium I''' Hixson, Tenn., writes: Market and
best Butter
The liberty loan Rally' Tuesday, II' sere a m.'im'rit.u.v' support. I I Miss Knoppe I is a fine looking, sturdy the 1 was, . passing Aly\ through;: I carry the
back: and
r; ternoon was well attended The had ..f t the up.uf peasant girl. who
and applications , painted posts is th has bean : sides and
were and
4 are coming in rnpidlv, tail ol il" ilkmg wounded,; th I nui'-ing the soldiers for four< l my suffering terrible Indescribable Cheese. We pay the top
----.- rail of blood I I 1 I On occasions in 'ellr"1 l m
it" and many that
pain trng I
nii-i'iy can't
.4 ( \\ nnni.vPAKK( : Just )befon. "i.iui the men file int I:i ,,,eIh... has shown rare com iiriShe per and where I tsll hurt just about how price for Pork Chickens and

.t he forward tn.h. , Dinging' N'', 1 was wi 'muled at Antwerp and is n re' all over I think . I ,
I \VooiIl.iwn Park, Oct. 1.-\11': an I suit "*' the bravery display. in that I began Cnrdui, and my Eggs. Come
to
11 :Mrs. J. S. Norman were visitors t | II irriisiiiii' tarries the decoration, of the pains crew less and less, see us.
St"rko TuesdajI '. EDGAR EYES "(h'd"I'i "f Leopold". until I was cured. I am
I D. B. Hrowmng spent, the week-en I I Recently five thousand )Belgian refuge '' remarkably strong for a
Optician
s In Jacksonville on business.S. 'I T sted I < n';a>'hed the. town where :Miss + woman C4 years ef age. :t: A. D. ANDREWS CO.
II. Thompson who is employed i i- JACKSONViLLC'.rLA: -- .- I do :all my housework."

Jacksonville, spent Sun..I lay here wit'' Broken L.r\scs Duplicated Piles Cured In 6 to 14 DaysDruggists CarcSui, today D-76

his family. I Sam.. Day as R.c..v.d refund If PAZO OINTMENT fall lLTty Raiford Florida
II. S, Hilliaril, and son, .Andreu We Spdalen' nett orders mnnrr, ,
at i .. We F\y Fit lo cure Itching ailed Plrwlliu or Pnxnuliofl PUn. + :+
tended the I aao w roasvrs n luataiuly relieves Itching 1'an.1. [
Baptist Union
., ( at Galilei (, 5!** j
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