Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 4, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04675
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Box 89. -1 !

ulgaria Signs Peace Treaty; Huns in Flight; iW i

__Buy Liberty Bonds While Our Boys Fight I)

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: nbli.Jted 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50 ; Six Months, 75; Cents. Payable( ) in Advance. 1': Matthews Editor and Proprietor;0

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STARKE, FLORIDA Fnw.cwroBEI: 11 mis.! \ SI Mlll.'lf.. .'. .:-.n I .IV... itIMMISSIONERS

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'I GOVERNMENT: : FORESTRY EX.PElt'I' noi'M( : I orr asm; \ I t-\Il::. AS . . . .' ? HERE; AssisrAM'::; : POI.ICI: riurr: ..
I I ii Our Boys Over Here & Over There j] .
:M'AM-H: I INFU'ENXA: :: *>
Carey government expert on A. J. I li>bi>rls. rornierly of ''I'hiCoun.- .
'forestry, is in Starke, making experiments l>. 11 ith iii\. Police\ .ForceAbil *>
h [ELD and observations along that I I I' By Dr.V. It Cox State Health) ,
line. I Friends of Guy Prescott will be :Mrs., l'. M 1. .\n 1 glad to learn that'he.- is out of the hospital "HVI, fitly lerriM-d J. Robi-its( , nt one time n resi- ... S
Although timber the value of timber a lettei t t'loin i' .
lit nt Itiailf.iid i'"jnl.\! h ,*> ivinlid .- ;' r. j. .i, .. ..
and the reforestation of cut o\or'' after being very ill with Spanish her son, Mulintd. who is at \ Charleston and passod his : I. j |> j. ,
lands is ;Mr. Carey's main fort, he is nitliicnn.Mr.s. S.::; C., stating hi hail been Iinnvftgnvslto I service with the I twenty-fifth year of I[I I'.ociiuso: of the great iousness, of
/n also interested in the stuloC the ; \\ :; l. Harrell, of Krooker. hnreceive : another hunt the 11. S. S. Ranger: \ lie Jacksonville Pylic"Di'p.'irtnient. Spanish inlluonxa througliout the United
'!3 various grasses suitable for ranges .I a letter, from her nephew' which Is a much larger boat I than ho man in point al'stn' is now. tho nl'-st| Slates many n'iUoKts" | 4 have come to
I GRADER FOR on stock ranches und the effect and Hand Crews, stating he is liking life in one he was formerly stationed on. the ilt'pnitmi'iit.. \ connofti'd, with 'I I I tho I'tllh'loa\ I'" of Health' for literaturo -
, YS ROAD France fine.Mr. J. I. Ogden., 1 ;Mr. Roberts, a son this i
n-Hults of annual burning of the woodsbenefiual in ;II <'t1"1' to the Telegraph of :Mr., lI..dI. : on discnsc or sirggostions" a<
'USE ON THE PUBLIC ROADS or otherwise. He believes'' ; Frank Jones, of Sampson City, Mtates that ho is now 1.'tiol",1at was I born, i Jonathan, K. Roberts. to'.ollll1.1 treatment. i

from experiments in western states has received a card from his son whois the Chin' 'lesion navy yard serving: Lake Butler in ;Itradford rountv noir: 'i'I :\ut much is known us to this form" +

IKS' OFFER TO Pl'BLISH MINKS : that annual burning detrimental to safely over-seas und ,'njoyinthe) in the U. S. N. dispensary., In sending was 12: years, May of 1. 1872.ho : When with he I of infliioimi, but it is .bt'lioved. l !that !
age moved
lock, and it is a well known fact that best of health. his subscription to the Telegraph I h'sit' ; hi'i there is but 'little difference in it from L 7
$1 (PER MONTH): LAID 1 Relatives and friends of Corporal Ilhe, had missed! tln parent- al ,'ounl1111" Inlori'io ,
the second growth i of timber is destroyed Tvlegiaph 1 xeiy , ,\ '..1 I to Jacksonville. Ho . Iagripinwhich appeared, in epidemic l
M.! Richard of Lake llutler much since w-ii1 'n
OVER INDEFINITELYay. : ( ( : in this way annually > Sidney leaving Bradford I county pointed, a member of the ,i: torm in 1SNAll! evidence points to
will 1 be to learn of his safe arrival and did not Jacksonvillepolice
pleased how
see Hradford, i
lie is trying to solve by experiment any \ |I human contact UN the of
over-seas. county boy ,'IHII.lte..t I110nwithollt .pal.lm"nt on Sept.; :US! I IStI) :!, / mcaim It
and observation in the flat lands the it
) and has 'I spread" nnd from the ty
MI October 7, 191!l. the board value of range under annual forest Mr. and ;Mrs. In.. Dees of Starke.have Friends and relatives of Chas. K. diite .ervIl'onlinuo."lv. since that has boon assumed, that the symptomsit \
fouling nose and
c .v commissioners was, called t Inio fire compared to the value of range received a curd from their son, Dees I't'jrr.t'I'y much to learn of his up through the ranks us I throat have been the of
S. T. Dim-ling at Curtis M 1. Dees who is with the 01',11nU'1'e serious illness patrolman sergeant, lieutenant to the points egress
I Chairman with cessation of forest fire. Also the at Camp Juckson. Ho of I the virus und the of inoculation. pi
ourthouse in Stark, with all!! advisability of getting, reforest rationnaturally I Department, saying he has arrived has only been at the camp\ n f"w'I't'kl! I Chief.position he now holds of Assistant There is nothing points to show thnt ,
F The
tuners present to-wit: R. .i.; An- that is with safely over-seas. and! contracted a severenttnrk of Times-Union of Sept. :2!II lh : I
lew J. L. Underhill J. J. B1.iekwel-!\ annual burning- of doing the woods away and Private Henry Green, of Brooker pneumonia shortly after his arrival r rrji'd, th"I following' runcermng" .1- I carrying the lower this animals disease.have any \part in I II j

(0) May. from accidental fire. died at Camp Jackson (Columbia S. C., Latent reports indicate that h. Is still Stunt Chief Roboi: 'ts career:
avoiding danger i
tes of last meeting read and) Citizens interested in these problems Tuesday, Oct. 1st., his death resulting in a tiernuiM condition, and I his father, AI (the s tie.k, of the 1 I.IlntN o'clock. I Prevention ?

Ell." :.'d. and signed by the chairman are taking ;Mr. Carey! about the from pneumonia. The buoy was laidto I IB.: i Does) left Tuesday for the camp lust 1 niJht.1",1. J. Roboits, as.sistinlchiof : I Tho most dangerous" foim. of human
tension. country und are giving him actual rest Saturday at :New River cemetery I to remain until his son'a condition improves. nf pal he rounded out his quarter I(I lI,"I'H'l' in epidemic, 1'll fl Ut'tl,1 is. in' nil 4
u' il bid for four nulu grading; facts from experience, so that he may cotitur\' -is a member" of 'bn' It k l l"inville probability.. that with i-oughors ,

thin being; advertised for bid to come to definite conclusions in his police dopartniont.. lie is tlio I I I ('oul pried, the 1st Monday in October. reports to the government about conditions oldest' man in point of service ii'inectod behind; the handkerchief is in ,4i i
err< icing no bids presented the bill in our section of the state. :tO LIVES;:; LOST WHEN: I.KIeIT': '\' \\ (OltTIIINGlONWorthington : : with t the dopiirtniont,, Tb"'i' great inminitnry offense us promiscuous I 'r
1.1 a Adams Company of Indianap- I WENT;: ,DOWN: are nirn older'! but he is the man who "1"ttil1)IInd) should bo equally\ condemned.
i. Ito for $:'NiO for the purchase of HELP; TO MAIK; c\S; :MASKS: j I Oct." I 11.\ The regular for" twenty-live/ years has kern sorvico! Intlueiua and 'pneumonia are + i ;

J.\; -.quare deal !grader No :auliippioved I Key West Fla., Oct R.Thirty menInst meeting at Sardis llaptist 1'11111'1'1'a afoot, on horseback, as a desk sergeant infectious diseases" which are causedby ne '

by the board. The Iti-iidfonl\ County Chapter American their lives late Thursday night called off on account of sickness' in thepastor's a lil'ul'nnnt111,1, then last I of certain I
| l U! .i ">f :N. D. Davis constable for Red Cross has .just received, 'an when the !shipping i board's new steaIIHI I family.I all, assistant chief. in the mutter which is spit sneezed i !
' district No. 1 presented and, urgent appeal from the government, I tike City was sunk nine miles! off I ). II. Dukes' was a business it,... rosm>nKinir that peculiar trail" .1' or, coughed up, by sick persons or ,

I to join" in the campaign to save fruit, I.y'e"t in collision with the tanker to Oakes .Moinluy morning.Messrs. ih.iractrr" of not granting, "iiidulr"M' sometimes .by. persons, who, while cur t
V \ ntr names were placed lilt mill nut shell which are l heuigLod .'lines %Icn.( ; '... Only five men out of I "'nni.. Roberts: and Innian rive, his most intimate friends lioirtmo Tying the disease germs, in Ihei- '' 4

;' ,|1' i roll Wado Wynn $1\ |i to miki: g,iniak < him" "ial' lor, th" crew of thirty-five were saved. I Harrison who ha\e been very \ . .his 1I.lmirf'rKhNI) the "0"11I11eI..I. mouths or thniiils, show no signs o" 1 i
,i I. .1. i Box $::1 per month; the protection al'I solders.igiiinsi The JlGiniidships il'P struck the Lake City ,,! are able to be out again.Mrs. ( .. of t this city nrdimiflees wire illness. Thesp( germs even if they j go I
i ''I.i sj: ..")ii per month. ( ;ii-rmiin gas attacks. nnd cut her half in two,' : ( 'aui-fuut has. beenrry ill the road fo them. Kvon" ; ; tho old tinnrsi into the noso or throat are usually
.\ L",' i ,1p"ll"lItlOlI' to be plac- )!The following materials are to bell'cted 'nding the .-hipping board's i J past weekvIIIi, :Spanish:; infturivn.' ::01 mmt pick. out a thing 'that ho OMIill. unable... to break through< the niui-lii a re-

1 '>.r" toll l r... ..t red to lon ,tk .. : pcuch stone.- or, seeds, iipiiit i. !I.' the bottom in three'ame1'1) :Miss Kill ii1 Robert: spent I last week .) wrong. .\ smtanl i 'hiof I\1,,' .. membrane and nttai-k a person who i i1 ('
t M.i\\ 1' i ivostigntion I I' nndx pitmine pits, plum pits, olive Of the thirty members of the crew with 11 her IInd.11'; I \R. II. Itoltl'l.tlt.11' WHS bom. i in Hradford. county. Four I ill good I health. If" person i.s not in I

> IIh''linuoC, board.M ',''it>>,\ dull( needs'' ihciT1iit| -. Hru/il ,,'h'o went ,down with Ihf''vessel it i is' I :1I I J. !Williams' wife and daughter month" titlehe, wns twontv-ono; yourst'f good,I health resistance! l l is I lowered,I and, I s '., n'
." prisinted' tn raise the nut shells\ walnut shellsi English: or I i'.even! tlint most of! them were" 'lIu-1 Keta .Mildii'd', spent 'Ihursd.iy, iththeir aim I ho lioc 11110 a member. of Ilio. 'po the germs Ruin entrance through" sonn slj

.,.illnw.ince. of I D. B. Johns re- "native) hi'kornllt "h111..le can nut "ht while n-lion! in their\ hunks nnd I'atl..r.1": W. R. Williams. lice force of t bo city. wpnkspot.. For t the .present, the ,diagnosis ; i '
hells. can nut be used.\ 1 l'-id, little "r no i-hanie to esrape, ThGen <- Mrs. II. II. Dukes) i is spending a whi'i', Tin' Into :N.': 11. Krownrd., with Jin'i", must bo I, clinicnl' rather than bnc-,

li-ilph, A Snyder for notary Wo III..., nsk our members and the .1!- ; was oidli-d' , and brought to with her mother in (;....I'.da.' W. K Young and n. .1 i. II. S-nunii. i irnnstitiiVid !teriological., '
t I niMoed.i ,I I. riiblir generally: to keep for UH every 'i-i l1"I't"" /( offn-i'ts t nC the The ,,1"I'k'I. II"I" Dir, and l :MrR. T I t Iho I...111',1 I of "nolicomifisioiwrs ,.t,,. Treatment
i"JI''" atlon of lradfor! l County foil tube of '",kr- ,r. her iii"inisvire stnppc,I ;midi.itelv Tuyliir OMI, they last '.w-oK, 1"1" i i i i".- I I foul Senator: Duncan 'I'
| if of tin empty
every ,
Trentment .
Brie On
!In. is :symptomatic. tier
fol'oiving' the impact of the l-'loti-hor, j
the minutes of the wits mnvor of .Jaclcsoii',
i11 t "piibli-h''int\ i'ommissionors for $ I II -'he. ,. or"I'tooth tit'any: paste sort t ,, every:Tin !is pewter made! toy of:,: ,. ''i; inn; and "ti' were loworud, to'inch i ijuif;* :a i number Worthington. when .\ 1",1 1. Ifoberts llrst" 1 1 b'-i'iiii, , t I. count of weakness attil, prostration rest
'' folks' , : in hid should .be. .\\"iol"x-
for mintherv the of theI -t"J :Stiirke; walk heat |uolonged.
I 1 i upon motion and, second, li"-: ,. und wo must have tin to carry, onI' '!' of crew Siimlav to soe t hi n The young man then < tin canstlnv I like: City. Th" bouts remained' out nil War Ri-ln ( nun. is .vouni. norm still -" .1 I I I'i 1.hi" I. posure lo cold and, 1 guard< iig.-nnst lung
': err i winVc not use
i. I .,lopoiiito'l' IIIIInal'I'an,1, ''' tin; "in can mime unl\l ;". Platinum i H-"ht. making" n complete seiinh in an B..I( Roberts" and family .tre! all' .\ 'I-IIU-PS" (Ihllt will do his bost 1 null' complications at nil times Cases ,t
the several election districts ; tin' metal. "vloavor to pick up .survivors. Th''v .- w-i'li in nttark of inrlueiiKii. h" j is ti'M to quit of old nJr" should nut I bo, dim-barged too soon, or
"I'-o 1 much iieoded .
, ,.111 for the general, > n Kr.inch A. R. C are i-ec"!'-d I, howin findinir. only I Wii-, : Williams > ; li! B"poker!
'i dtlJ, NO recogni/ed' drugs specitics, '
MMmn the third mate, radio hl"I'q.1jw" fOdith; ,. Ml'ie : as
I I" h.'lif)" Tuesday, after ",n' I'stn] to flake. n collection) of the ojima SI'ons: I :
Monday, in November: liH! | ; ..'I'r'e nnnu'd articles and leave them :I tor, IH" one officer's mes.sin H hiisiiies.s visitors to Si t '11'1 IrI'I :, hence I lioiitinent 'is necessarily. symp-, 1
( 1'111111. to this disease )i iDEM
I cook. names're tonuilie.twang causing
a"'I tin sfi'oiiil 9heit- )
I m.. 'Wring, the fifth day of said 1 a' Ilrown's sl'irrSt.i'kc( ::; Hn-mh. ''r''"'.> .1,, :; } .. '-'''tin Oct. I II I \V. Lnk" has ,rot'if"'I .
": n .it fi.en.ii' :Sl'Trlcy was in ..n ''i'irt' Snt'i': , great prostration, stimulant! ore t
"mi the ,-11'1WIIS instructed to :"r .I.V. White! & nn'.s .store : Liwley of.1 nine.. after ', to Smn nftor n business trip t" h'n h,'II,1. Aspirin great ,relief
> I gives
spi" n t: i ? ,
T.i.t I
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,required by law in at'I"'p' store lake: i" ilio .11,1, tli. .
\mineas B'aiu-h ("1\ (' ; /r.i-. !, nnlnts.
\ MriovM.ininton. --"nville.I I Inifo for Ihe headache and pains I ill tho hmlnnnd
I ilurd, County Telegraph.! Untler Brunch leave at Hell's store: r.r; ill. .S', . '" ," !Snl; inill"Mi
11' '\ :311''i''i w-i-' 'h' ",,,'1... Of course a nourishing" dietis
J J1 uiH'ji o
W 'nnwrighl tax assessor, protirx Hampton Branch, leave at Durden'stote o--;: I II.- fm. W. n.1 'M Edith: and, ,Id,. \V'luiiii;! < :S.'n;., I ,. .. I'M-n'oii--, -'rnn '<",. 5'ls'li1' ; .'* ill"i"lIlt.,1., However, nor is opt to
,, Andrews'toro.
IK."U ) ,
I" "1fOI' lIw'elll' 111\ -, ; Uinford ranch I at i I I r 1 I'l,I- > ,.,., '.
dnv. I IM ?> have fairly good nppetite, ill Ibis diseimo. -
iof .11I'k nville.. is.
all 'I." spending\ the ... .
examined IInd ('PI.tifitht. >i I All rotmty hranehe are" reiniotto p 1 ..r :\Ii. '
. d.. board orderedamo : collection to ..1.V.. p .1!: hi''.n' t h.lU'" t of ,relatives. V Dukeof. JIll,1"p,-ndin'1;,, ''! iihi'l ProrfnrMKs To guard) against pneiinionin i i-i
'.J! n'nd then .1. I I. Siillivnn::; nnd family of The- I a"''.'t : ''VS here lor hi-1 in"In h. | ; n'II'Vllld"' ".'i. of I Fgroo" ..i r one of the most I impoitnnt things in
'!It'. the lawud : :; | Inter
'I j the a'>r"''' .''S White & :Son's; ston-' :St'i.-o, not "
:Novmlii'r the U'.th.RKD : i' r< veil'hoppim" ; here :Monday aI'I \ I I. luh.I".wh" i i '' '. ,ub1) "n''i I I It. WII\" in Simp: Rlltllr I adjourned until October 'than -"- - -_ ._- i Tinnn.. I i iI I t. '. -ho I 1'lI'ul, fr'''i"l.I ' |I'-<., rd| <:; riWn wn1! in SnnpMM" In. ..n.- I'vhiving! th," putietit kept" inn
I II. W. :Moore. of Theressa was a < w lit wife dnv. well ventilated room with uniform
Ahen will in
they met a spa! UMKS\ :M-T.DS: :MORE\ ) ;
img for the purpose of exam- \\OI'I.n" : i-'OR RANCI-i : -: I \umnpss visitor hero Tuesday.Quit)1 I M I ., R?- sis Warn is h "" mfoul ",... i nmfa; rU) "d K's\ i-mr'ti'ir MMI'tnu'H temperature" and nviiid sudden clung tI
111111 lOci reviewing the registration jat j it "I'ow.lltalhere mild,
i.-iso will turn out to bo a
, depot Sunday\ morning to view the war
k. law.W' < i K
required by Red Cross Vl'isftifc,
needed for Imlfp held
;More men are dies train as it passed through eni i a ri"il-ii- inn -mil which a serious, one. IN ALLCASKS 1
T. WEEKS.Clerk.; I' service ;in Frame, but they must bepronounced "route to Starke. M I -. f.;,iiI Williams I ,f early \t. n '?., >ti in.. "IIho' .';th Only routine bits ; \ PHYSICIAN" SHOULD \BK;

i executive' capacity nnd MrV.: II I Pieviitt spent the weeltin i day i I'rovidi, ore to iettin, her I .,' "r.'.s wns transacted. I 1'1.1.1:1':: IN. AND N< ) le.1'rl.N'rMI',1)u'INI'S ;

vigor. There is an urgent need for Jacksonville) where she was thertiest fit, ( 'nrcfoot n"lIl"I business. trip" !roh't\ P. ';II tin I)'is been on th" sick : ) : Oil: GENERAL: : : I'lns-:
'E.1T1i OF MR. GEO. L. ; male stenographers in the Army / of her daughter, : i s AlberhiSanderlin. 'lo I'MAidencf" Wednesday. li-t for ii few "ilnvH. I ('III'TIOWIIII'II: : ( ARK: ADVERTISED. ) : '

I.\SSI'\'I camps in this country both for Red | ---- -.: - ('"". Wninright was here on ::; : SHOULD! Its;: USED.ITNLIML : k
The many friends of Mr. Cross and army work. !If you arc III'liIII..ton; and' family returned SFI''ll-: : llll-i'': 110'01HlI.I.! ItlMDIOKD "o ,s Sntiirday.W .

Ma j st'v were shocked and grieved by I Ihi I interested in responding to these calls Saturday afternoon after pcndmg n i i I / \ ( 'ol'YI'IIItII: ; 5(111)1)1.' IL; Siipn l 1M Inking 'h .1I1t1-1 : ; :: OF -'fAI.I.RY( ;: KELLVTho :!
lenth which ol'eurre,1Ionday; uf- write to The Bureau of Personnel, n mii
week nt'urVavcrly.. Gn.: hunting and
j fil refrom f h's | ,
thltli.s| us moil rri.ri'ev
ern October 7th after brief ill- Ga.; ( '
.n. a 822: : Henley Building, Atlanta. ti--hinlt'. Thev report a most enjoyable l'ii-t', ( irll",- Lois ('..II.y. 1 Ruth" J i. E.: 1. Wninright is filling his funeral I of :Mr Allen\ Kelly who hp
e.Fh1 I .---- time." The doctor was culled.. homo by st," i Irg.' I Lily Wall. Evelyn: Sfri'-k- nlllrp.t, died TiiPsd.iv, Ilet nher', Hth wan held
deceased was :a7 years old' at the SCHOOL IU.\R1) ATTENDS:: TO ti-li'grnph to assist in handling the epidemic tll'.h' | I'ariipll. !Leon Alvurex..I'll W"dni'sd.iv morning, Octobpr', flth. The I II r
'Ian, ,if. his death. He was born lU'SINESS: : :; : RKGl'L.XR: :SESSION; ): ; of influenza which hud become .''' , i anova, Paul Knight, Doris Pope. .t W Wilkinson n prominent farmer, I inlprnient took plnco" at Dyall ceme t I
"m MM ;JO, 1883: in Georgia; and l'P.1 "nf I the Kvorgri-en; nod 1 Ion. wim trans
alarming. VIM, , Kite
i LIa Glenn McMillan: .EstelleKi'ii'lnck ; ., tery.Tho. (
h ''i of a Baptist minister The board met in regular session Mrs; : , "'I' business in Sapo :Monday. I1
Mary Wntterson our popular Thf'lm"II''U.'' Ennln; Forsjili iloi'piised! was :!Iy'ars\ old nt
I'( 'me to Starke, he was married to I Monday Oct. 7th, with :Messrs. T. H. drnggi-t, has been indisposed, I for the i , I Ruby Lindsey.' N. T. Ifitih nf Stnrke, warn biisir the time nf his ilenlh Previous' to hN
1' . Elizabeth Andrews of St. AugFV I'mholster J. E. Douglass and J. C. pn-t. few d.'yhut the public has been' I' s of he '
> >r a number years was ;McRne present. i I'llicicntly served I by Miss Elma;I Jli hop I flint\ , Griidn; .- Edna; :May Strickland, Martin Yiivlor' is here and, reports n villo. His drill -i-iired at the home ,

10 a mesman: in Starke having in beenf ;Minutes of last meeting read and rind :Mr". Jennie Roper: who owing to ,I Wi,.. I.,' Bryan Tillman, AlvareVir I i rind| crop. this year i
". the cigar' factory our approved! as read. the unti-ual amount of sickness have ::'ini,", Weeks. Klise;" .!ones., Vivian liryiin :Mr. (.Grove of ;Manning, nnd JefT I E;. Kelly near t/lrk./ ..
On request of the trustees of Special been kept quite busy. I lorence Thrower. Ruby Proctor, ":irlinir; were h"r.Ionolav; I|
\1' Masscy was a man of stirring Tax lIii! tril't:0.. 1.:; the board, ortransferred | Clvdo 1 G: :Mullndy of Jacksonville! C.-nl'li-I Ritch Fvelvn Pope. to business., nttendin" | Of near rolativpH the doconfieil leaves/
:tar Grove; I is HT: old I ,
.1 tor. very sociable and kindheart- tiered $:!R.7J; from the account has been visiting, his parents for the i I. ,""' (;iraI.-I', ; .Fenske, 'but, IH a great hustler years' I mourn' a wifo, three children his
II'a, a member of the Starke of District No. 15; and placed to past week. (''nI-, Johns. Gussiu; :Mae Bennett I ,parents' and several I brothers
11'i( .-hurrh. He leaves to mournh the credit of Special Tax District :No. Owing to the epidemic of influenza ,: Core' llv' J. Mr (Crows reorosenling N'abb', miviil 'Ihe iMirp community sympathize
'h ,nth a wife, four little girls. a ',. stuns, was here on 1 business :Mon1 with the bfrouvt'il theirgreat
30.:: ) the school was closed l on the 3rd. No ,- \ Grade; -Joi Si.strunk Winifnd .- ,, family in a
I "", a sister, of Pavo. Ga., und! The petition from Hampton school church, or Sunday school service was ,I Mott.I dnv. I loss.

'"datives and, friends... patrons asking for funds to build footway held Sunday or will be next as crowds I S'vrnth Grade; -Isabel .Fernandez.l.iL'hth John P Sanp has purchased someOne ----. .. R

Tii uneral wn held' Tuesday Oct- refused on account of lack of :are instrumental in spreading, the dis :, Grade; -Audrey Johns, Mar- blooded sheep to place with his I : \) IN: ; EXPLOSION: < ; M IYoT:
,. !Sth Dr. W G. Law. of the Raphurch. funds. trnr'r' Long Kate Young: Nettie Duboi (lock. EXCEED: :I: I FIFT'I I I k
t officiating. The interment The resignation of Col.\ .1. C. Poppell ease.The citizens of Hampton extend' <' John Henry Griffls was in town Sat J -

Crosby cemetery from the board of trustees accepted thanks to the doctors from Starke an,11 I i Twelfth Grade:; -Emma: Powell (FlorI.IH ,inlay I I'"rlhmlll1\', :N..I; IIC'! !n.-A-my
- -' --.----- and the board asks that the local hoard Waldo who rendered. valuable assis <> Matthews. -- -- ifficer Investigating the explosions 1
STVRKE 11.15 I'IiFI.l'o'Ii1.\: ;: and patrons recommend his successor. ,lance here until the return of Dr. :Midilleton. 1. --. -- -- !S; \\IP.SOV: NLWS: :'IOTF': :... |which wreckod the .groat shell load-, .
EPIDEMICfht The board ordered the New River i,, Their services were timely and CARD OF. 'IIINKS: 1I i !ing plant .if the T A Gillp; ..pii.. Com- rI
school be moved to the old' schoolhouse i appreciated. I at :\1'11'1'1111. .
negro Sampson fVt II :Mnxurs. K.: 1lnrl"'p '. nany estimated tonight
Telegraph f< being issued this and! remain there until ordered I I W" wish to thank our many frieniN \ | nnd Kirby Smith were trnntncMnjf ':i, that tho dent, would number not morn I
,"s In the best form possible under by the board. =NOTICE: : und neighbor who so kill"lv'IIAslstNI biis-inp--; Stark :Mondav.' j than fifty and tho injured lil: ). The

1\\. rcumstances. ;Mr. J. C. Robinson The board tendered, to Johns & Long I I us during( the sicknr-s and, death of The friend of :Mrs. Jprrv Dvnl will I I ropert': I lie' itrmihaMv will nnproxi-'
'late editor and the only experieni attorney for the Georgia Sup,,'" Co., Owing to the sickness that 'Is prevailing our dear husband and father und forth be Sorry to learn that she in very ill I 1 mate 'botwon <* ino,

i linotype operator in the office is the interest on a certain $1,000 piece in the country the meeting/ ofthe < many floral offi-rmirs' Especially: with Spanish influenrn.Mr : Olid ,

-vith Influenza. .of script and asked that the aid mm- :New': River Association, which ii i ..1.I1"h to thank Mr .L M Normannrd : miniir.. Sullivan of Theresa. !I I.nto today it was heliovod, danger 4 ,
Idisease is sweeping! Starke.ire puny accept same on the ground: thatt'! 'to convene with China Groove;; (church wife and, Mr IMI, Nettles and wife vlsitpd; ri'l'itives here last week. nf greater dovnstation! bv the "Mowing: ?

.. very few homes that haven the board would take up said script 'I is i postponed until Wednesday before for ,their untiring kindness, and favor O'lifo n number of our citizens vi..ited "ui, of store of trinitrotoluol was virtually r
. <. or more cases of it. and a when they arranged: another hud-ret 'I the third Sunday ;In November i Srnrlti1 Sunday to dee the war relics ' over All that n left unoxnloili'.li '
,o"'''''' of the patients have bpf'n dan- The board agreed to pay the bills of L. W. Kicklitcr. :Moderator MrV.;. A. Adklns und rllmil. '. tr-"i; 'i- buried in undprgroiind caissons
"r,..iislv ill during the week. The bar- the vocational teacher up to $''Oll and (' e. C. Poppell.Clcrk.. --- - :Mr nnil l :\11'V.. If Jones/ of Ifnmp I along the bank nf f'hppsequiiko creek

"'. shops!< and soft drink stands have ;Messrs. J. M. Alvarez and E. R. Pop. -- DEMOMIIIESRMY.;: : /'r.IAm. tin were visiting relatives here :Sundnv :; ,, on which the I 1-4
located i is
. of TOWN= or .
't i i-lospil I and, there is some talk poll were named as an auditing committee t
sing all business houses for a few for said hills. I WITH LOAD OF BEEF {'.\TTLEJ. .Ir." ., !)d. r,.- The first di- Mr Wnrrren, of Clnyno pnIhrom'h -" wd l loaded' ) on four barges tied up at the

nvs until the epidemic can be brought. : The board ordered the county crt"urn v| by King Boris was one demobiliiint here. Sunrlnv, enroii.. to .I''k-j company docks along Hint, stream. 4
coder control. intendent to move any furniture l\uIIpr.1 W. Townsend, of Lake Butler ; ,? the Hulgarian army, accord'! sonvill" to visit his daughter. :Miss Army officers reported after n rotnnnaisftancp -

In the meantime persons who have one school to another where it 'railed recently with a load of enttlelr. ini t a d'-nntch from f' Edith Warren who in very lit in thnt by airplane that the location
." "business of the most urgent charter !in use. Townsend! exnects to extend his: >rm r Kir FprlinanllE'ft Bulgaria ritv He r.turnp.1) home Mond.iv.tra 1 of
.. are warned to remain at home. The hoard adlourned to meet the activities to handling/ hogs as well ns Friday, nl;,*ht. fleforr! signing his \ fan lu'nriN' nnd b-tbv of tho boat nnd' storehouse I ij
''Wt go to public gatherings of any first Monday in ovpmh"r.E. cattle! and will no doubt move the bulk dcclarntion of indication he received Cf.: .kn| ors .n...ndino a few ibivH herewith j such that they !believed! there wn*

kind and appear on the streets just R. POPPELL. of those raised in his section. -Mon: the various party I lenders who all expressed heF parents :Mr. and ;Mri. S. J. I slight probability it would' be ex plod.

i- little as possible. j i Secretary. day's Tim/!'s-Union. approval of his decision rr"-v.. t' cil I either by fire or conclusion. /

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: i, -- -- - 1 1I fairy! lire clamoring for peace, th-T, : ? lirove's Tasteless chill Tonic I \M mv; (OLD I'tl-'I II I

t ntt- allied governments thus far mi ENGINEER'SVIFE\ \\"c- pay from $j t.. "II
I tKftiruyti a the malarial perms which arc- 1ran l Week's Summary of the War ] I paying but their: cant armies heed are to pressing the /1"01'.1.tniwanlt ;. Iii' blood by III' Mulnrlu Muwiultc, Pn," ,MiI ". ken or notVV) idfnr -". I ,

: diamonds, old K": ,
.tI I > further victories on all fiont OF HEREXPERIENCE
TELLS work. Send at
.t Officially no cogni/.ance hayet\ --- - | onto : :
) of the request of !1'1'111'1'truimihan ,rl"'IV" cash by .
taken ic tun
: : ; liven / :
I'\S .' : .IIt111N'fllatlaI ': : having! invited Holland to request the
J \,11 \ of Baden, the nw Gorman Tooth
) : Specialty,
I Dc-p1;
J';\ Aniin; in GIIt11.1NNt : : I ligcronts to participate in negotia1 of the Austro llun'
I ,. E 1 chancellor, or that St., Phi
'. tioii.s The Hungarian/ premier, who IlIcJelphill, Pa 1,'
for armisfi'on
"' Lenthe- heart of tar great has arrived in Vienna with a number ; arlan government an the C. .i
, 3 land and m the air, and
an sea ,
''I I .I' Hungarian statesmen quoted 1 as -
.. legion in northern France, and Ar- is of negotiations, ---- ,
nientiere.s, almost equally| important suymg that the Hungarians "again commencement'or l'I'C>li.lent Wilson peace, to whom the MRS. JOINER'S HEALTH WAS Broken L.c\s.a Duplicated I drove's Tasteless chill Tonk '
y us a manufacturing/ center hiivo been > are laboring untiringly in the interests nual and highly similiar proposal-! I Same Day as Rlcie"ed I I restores vitality said c-nerty 1 a .
, s evacuated by the Germans; the dcrjrwri ; :Iof peace" and we nee already negotia addressed! is not yet in receipt of COMPLETELY BROKEN- WeSprtiJteon Hail OrdersWe hay postgle t I IT I rJchlnl! the blood. Von CID .. .'I"11' '
fortified;' positions ,between Cum- tin; !:. them. I4O W, rOBSYTM e1. I I enlDS.! InvltfuratlDil Effect p, GOo. 1Iott..

bral and St. tjucntin have been definitely Unofficially opinion, however, indicates GAINS THIRTY-FIVE LBS. .\
smashed and the Austro-IIun- AM: AMKKICAN: :.; U rilKM'II: that the request will fall upondeaf .1
Albania, forsaken liy their iKoors KUSIIIM( : iirxs -- --
e fariuMH in ears and that no peace is possible AND IS WELL AND STRONG -
former allies, the Bulgarians, are for the Teutonic allies except
i (,I full retreat northward toward their American and French troops are unconditional surrender and
to Lake southern wall of the "I have just finished my third bottle
border from the Adriatic sea crushing in
< to the full of the terms WIRE---FENCE
I; ., O-hrida. German defenses with heavy blows a- acceptance of Tanlav and have gained thirty-five
Of the reconquering of i invaded 1 long the front west of Kheims to the President Wilson has enunciat"d.LUF.O pounds," said Mrs. Wilhelmina Joinet, .

tj Belgium and the progress of the! :>I'u>le. ; ('O.VII.NTK: ; -: 10 CII\M:; -: wife of a well-known "engineer on thoM I
\ : .
who 7U1
t forces U. & S. railroad, resides at
Franco-American In the north under the menace
1.Y French find
: ;
INTO il-IOI.\o.\:
r respectively north of Kheims and I I the British pressure from Flanders to IIL'.NS UUK Mulberry 1 street, :Macon, Ga. Selling very fast. I advise early

,!t I; t-astwiird in Champagne to the vicinity ]i I north of St. Quentin the enemy has sot TUI'Ad"yThe troops of the 1-1-mh "For nearly two years, I suffered purchase. Half car load alreadysold.
of Verdun, the talcj remains the i, lire to Douai and othrr towns and vij '' General; II'-i thr-lot! have 'ill! I I I from! the effects nervous prostration
I Hamc--the- Germans slowly but fcurc-ly i! larva in that area, evidently in preparation successful blow again t tit- .' i :'"a'i in"- "hi'hll brought'. on by nervous indigestion I cannot promise additional
I forced everywhere to give for r.'tin, .ment to the ," she .'ontinu'dIy: conditiongot
1 u
being .
; are ,
1.1 \ y I northwest i.f l beans, which id.I- naa-'
; ( ground and their defenses daily continue | French frontier. Heavy explosions) termlly to the menace hang.nj-!: MI ,r so bad that I couldn't eat any kindof supply after what I have on handis
11 into notwithstanding hoard. i heavy food and it seemed! like the
3 to be beaten have been :
'I I I the iiimnn(; front from the X'a'Ii: >"I' .
t." 4 ( the strong resistance that the | With the French ,covrrmg the western ''tn the Swiss border, This \c .a- thcapture '' harder i I tried to get; well, the worseI gone.I
rt !\ enemy is imposing to make null the' I I outlet of the ground and the gap' of Beny-iiu-Hac, on the' iv:'thI I got. I tiled, every' medicine and treatment guarantee no decline in prices; so \
})t 1 efforts of the allies to close in on all through the Argonne forest the Americans I side of the Aisne about 10) 1- .' ,II-HC-" I that I could find, but continued I
battle from the North of three miles to down until I was nlarmed and buy I
tit I Fides of the area / in un advance 1 northwest of Khoims and only a not I go now.
'V I i : ties to the Swiss border and compel!' between the Mouse! and the Airo are five miles from the eastern end of thefamous 'I thought that nothing would! ever help See for labor saving farming ;
> the German high command to recon- rapidly closing up the eastern" entranceto Chemin des )Dames auger at. me. me

, I ,h''! struct I its fighting line. the! puss Gen. I'ershing's men in j Craonne. A further advance n 'Ih- "It wasn't hiirdly any time after I implements. Give me your order t'
1 L'"I, 1 In Belgian Flanders, the Belgian,, smashing blown Saturday realized a ward across the railroad not alone will stalled, taking Tanlac until I began to
) i ,I French and British troops art keeping( considerable' advance all along the put the great stronghold Lnon in a improve, and! I have improved ever now.
.i xip their seaward progress in their c-n- front and took additional. villages and pocket but will also outflank Neufchn- since until I am now as well and strong II
i.i the Germans to give from the Germans The Place your order now for Syrup
,} leavers to compel heights enemyresistance I tel another enemy stronghold l on the as anybody. My nerves got better
k 'It, up Ostond and /ecbrugge, their naval was most stubborn as on \\eHt : right away and; I began to be able to Cans, before another advance.
f4' base on the North eea.i this front the Germans are standingon The Turks have also suffered, a serious rest at night. :My appetite returned
,\\i I Koulers, the important railway Junction the Kreimhilde line, the last of their blow in the loss to the French of and I can eat anything I want and

y/ with lines radiating to the bus North been prepared, defenses. Beirut, capital of the vilayet of Sria. everything: tastes good. I am only too DeWIIT C. JONES
eastward to The Americans are advancing toward -
J sea und I Tho occupation of this seaport on the glad to tell what Tanlac has done for
entered by the Belgians and at Modgif Sedan and the great communication -
jl | :Mediterranean by a French naval di- me, for it certainly has been a bless- Florida Y
KinAluert'l4 men Starke
north line which
I 1 ledt, to the /; upon security vision the allies base for the
'I the RoulerA-() te [l. the front depends.This l gives a ing. ,
virtually on present
I.| arc nil
i landing of men who can ope.ratan'
'! \ liurges( railway To the south Menin important railway is only eigh- (I directions against the Turk ovui the I Tan lac is sold by
I. r and, Courtrai are seriously! menaced.! teen miles from the American front. roads radiating from it. .
,' Across the border in Franco the cant On both sides of the Suippe the American being made in"wellinformed" - -- - --
ture ;'jP Armentieres brings l.ille, and French troopsun.t..r Gen; While attempts are
circles in Germanyfind
\'I j till of the department of the : Gouraud rapidly are? driving/ the Germans Austria-Hungary to show that the

1. : within striking distance and, the CUpi\\ from the heights dominating the latest proposals! of the "untral
j" { Douai the ( east of Khoims peace
cuation of Lens places 'hnmpa"iu( region are honest expressionof' n
I{ toss northeast 1 of Arras, and nil The Join' ms are retiring to the rive; desire powers for a "just peace," :Mnrshal, When Your Pocket
; territory' between, Arras and Monii: Ames' but t the 'loans already haviro'iehod 1'oih's armies" are proceeding with, "utpauso
l i. virtually in the hands of the linti'hTo : that stream at St. F.tionne. in their task of clearing, 11,1-1 1gium
; t the south from Cambrai to St, Northwest of Kheims: the French havi'
N<< l \tsl9 and Fronce" of the invader I"-
' \ resistance i is ,still sovoial crossings of the Aisnic.mid I'
l'!: Qucntin the German; : forced rod
\ the Italians fast
., hot nevertheless! the \HntishAmiiiiHiis ,, e'ndungvriug, the ground lonchoc wise are! inning
N \ I occupied territory, whili' ?:it t 1 lo.t'l' : t
und Trench on all the sectors in Champagne. A German; I'ptil'.m'nton enemy ,
Alb nbv
i II, I which are" essential to the carry a a considerable front to a depth oat I'ulehtuie still hard nftei- tin, to ;
I't i intf forward of tho IIl1i.II"'o I I'lIIn hav' least five miles in Champagne r" treating Tuiks. ),
valiantly nttal'kl'dnnd with"too.lynllnf not unlikely IIH n result of the succos1of ..,ithorn
i Taken altogether, the entile" "
''I f Hmuslioil' the old llmdun and,l Itorthelot.
ter attacks, (;ens Gouraud: "i..
front, of the (;..rmlln spi'()It"t > '
and materially advnnc' I From St. i ninth to the I lyon
burg posit mi.s Quentin
1'1' I 1.1
't i in a "rather serious situation' ''na i v
.( I'd, then/ lino Soiuhart| north of St the front before the importanImios .
I I Fore to the north of Vc-nlun I I.u'u, '
't I Quentin, which the Germans; in xiu; '' of Cambnii., Douai ami! I.illo, the grout t-torehouse of the Irnn.'atnol4heast ( Your money doesn't last long. It just slips away .

p I lent countor attack recaptured from the IJntish are ,exerting strong pros- : of Soissons i .l to I b1., ""i''
has hoer, is r"plll't'd i ion a litttle at a time until there is nothing left and ,
I the Mritish Wednesday, airiiin sure. The Germans:; are emlonvormtt
lire indicating the possibility ""f :in
3 tit t: taken by Field! Marhhal(! lIa lt'" men.. t hold( on to their positions until the' early falling ,back; the Chorum d" then you wonder where it went.u
m I who now aio. out on the rollingl'I"tn. work of devastation, In their roar i I Icompleted. i'4 Dames are outflanked at both i'nil', .
the eastward, as likewise an \. of St. tin'
try to {' :North; Quentin Kheims has been' restored nnd tar (G': "r.
t, I all the allied troops from St. liuontn Hritish have driven farther eastvvaritho .
) mans pushed back more than tI'll mile It is safe when it is deposited in
r i''.. northward. apex of the salient at npl1ur'voirand north of it, while eastward (;ion. (,IIU-
on Saturday captured one thou- I this bank and is here when
mud's armies and! the American I I'n'-t you i
"., i' IUI \US III'IIINI'I'E1"I'ON: : I 1.1"1'-:!; sanil' prisoners. In Belgium, ; the forte brilliantly currying out thi" n'
,r.'I. IMS: : or \\ 11.11 ('UN 'i'sin():\ under King Albeit maintain their pro I( part i of are the great conveiging 'mmo need it. Don't you think that I ,
sore. Since September" 2X'! the Kolgian, I '
mont that seemingly no far di-tant would be the better ?
armies British have advanced' Hint I way
Nowhere ore lIp 1'iorch and 1
Sntuid.iy elate will force the enemy matciitl\ :\
; Te'utnii allies' being, |1"'I'lIIith,1> < rule, on a tw.'nty.fimill' front an.luivc .,
of the | to readjust his line. hl
to tost On the fronts in !FlandorrFrance taken 10"iOO prisonois" and! :\'trii( Another indication of the troul','" :

ttalv. Albania and 'I'urkeyt ; guns times in the German; army i-- tin, i BANK OF STARKE '\
II the onein.still. continui's to lose glen> part, that Field :Marshal von Hin.l./ l 'n. :
nd, or is compelled to throw strotiircmforcemonts { I.KUMN:l : ; .MOIIKS I : BITING! : ; ''I'lirg has ri'signod' after -tonm 11torviovv \
lJ to his battle line to' HI\II.N; ::: O.N: M.I. UONT i : ; : ; with hmpoiiir 1 ) Williim, dim1, .' I I

hold; back, his I1IC rpAAon. I which von Hinde-nbiiig II iafornn'd. ,i'iemporor State County and City
I I In Belgian: Humlfis. the Bclgian5. ;MondayOn, ) the battle. fronts the. ; that a German; le'ieat\ .n I II Depository
I Itritish and !Teeth' U'II"P'i> ai< it I'1''" Gruauasvery; .vh-r0 are being fnrccito largo scale was neeexsau'v.
although thenspoe( ground to the allied troop-. STARKE FLA.
ill-ivincf t'o'wardt give I
f \'I had boon somewhat l lessened by reu"n, In tlolgiuin the enemy is gradual\!;; siriM ,\fIW'I; : '(' itir:: : HOMT, IL I
of I the bad condition ol' the grnundTho !. being pushed eastward, and ill untie)
I ,'J t enemy is swiftly evacuating tlsalient >'' I'UIIOIl. of u forced final withdrawal i I '
j On of the of (
I.'nsA ephase' work tar 11'-'
\ IIl.twI'.nI'I11l'ntil'I'"'' and continuing to make ready for the even
standing ollly; removing his an.otherwise versity of Florida oolle-go of agriculture -
and the l.iitish: now nro tualily by guns
I U scant six miles southeast ol' I.ill'! It'"seninlo111l' value of his is not widely known throughoutthe
}i, I over a front of about four mile beta- chrl'li'e'ul'k" in the' territory upot States. That i iy>;1 the npportunitv
. I eon Waxrin, and Kciuinirhrm.: nt the' and, adjacent to the :North; Sea coast. to study by mail. Several oourso-,
' I former place having gained a positio I'u tho' south fl'OI111'1'11" to the touching on the most important I Iliac,
\\ll a astride the l.ons-l.ille, railroad. Verdun, sector the Germans: arc being. are available, and while they are not I

l. Notwithstandingiolent: : counterattacks hard pressed by the Hntinh, American, I to supplant in any way the j-esidont, CONTINUING THE GREAT
\ I I and a strengthened l hy>: Italian and French lorcos.ainl' although work at the college, they are worthwhile
I !a. I to persons who can not attend!
( I' flesh reserve, , theJlntihh on numerous" Hectors they still an'
I ,I ( and I'nmbrai have matoriall; offering desperate, resistance, lhl'y; the colle'ge.A / ,
' pressed eastward from the region of ,seemingly are unable to do more thairctuid maximum agricultural production
II'''i.j' 1.1' Catelot: and to the! north have I iin the advance of their foes.Douai is urged, this year, and these courses

., 'M1 proved their. positions in 'uniform' s"' south of Lens, is almost envelopod provide( timely information for farmers i
, well that apparently' this impnitan and Camhrai has be-on ,'ul.ther \\ ho cannot\ !leave their properties
1, I. (o\rll soon mu-t fall. Taken, 1111 in nl. endangered, through the capture of tin for even a short course' of resident SACRIFICE SALE
1 the situation of till iormans; ill thi!," village Aubencheul-aux-IIols>l. five study. !Standard text-books are usedin
-i 1 t I legion seems to bo critical and, the stiles to the southeast, where more< all I courses, and a nominal charge
i crisis lit hand. Fur to the roar aerinobservers I than I.HUII I Hermans; wore made pri"on. of one dollar in addition to the cost of i
' report the loads eongestei" IMS. 11:11',1: fighting has taken'' plnrround 1 a' the book is about the only charge
I with retreating troopsho' are boinihainssed :Mont lirohan( and Haurcvoir, made by the college
. 11 ( by the niathine gun: fire of> ill this immediate vicinity, wheto tin! Those courses arc of the particular Our custom is to clean house at the end of eac season in order that

N the airman.. As in Flanders, fires irfsoryvvhoro ( Germans;, have brought up; frei-h roserves value just now, and the college will
,, to bo Bern, and it is evident -'I ,m an endeavor to keep Fll'loi1111': furnish particulars: of the work to all the odds and ends of off-season. goods may he moved out. We take

the realising. that ho nunsgive shiil Haig's men from cutting thi. who appl.v. and
enemy : this course in order to have more space for our new line of goods, ,
further ground, is vigorously up- highly iinpoitunt St.; l ljuontin' -I.e Cit t.

plying the torth.rouiid eau nuid, from which they are now The small farmer with n few head to avoid carrying goods, to another season This fall we have. SIII1U
.\ I l Kheims I the I'lencli hllflirth"I' \'' and, :MonI'tiiliain of
I but u step Until I I'.c.iiareyiur hogs will find it to his advantage-
I'xtondod! their gains. nUI.thnn.1 l : aro now in British: hand to join his neighbors in makng up a rare bargains to offer in

northwest of the eathedrnl city; With the (;1'1'1:11I11' being detiatuov carload, for the market Better prices,
where\ they" all along! the AIKIH 1'1'i wade are'aa by the French am will obtained I, on this ""si". says theextension
cunatl.a !. Ameucani from Khoims: to the Argoiino division of the University WOMEN, MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING,
a To the oa-t\ in' hampagne Anioricalfoncs fine-t" the Italians south/ of of Florida
are ""'ht lilt! with the !Freiul Iiion have !"'gun by the 1 French fin' SHOES HATS and FURNISHINGS
the River and I the .Ar
between Suippe the obliteration' of the (ierman: POSItion CALOMEL SALIVATESAND ,
guano forest t. in .i.lililinn\ to boldini" \!:'i'ie and l.aon Hero they'
>l lit "
their original battle line inside an. MAKES YOU SICK
lon-.t West 0' have captured in storming OPl'l'lItillliimIIII.tant We are offering greatly reduced prices that will be certain
fast of the Aivonno ? and iti.mirlv,, hold (;iorma*, on goods

the tanks Argonne the .\n1l'I'i"lIns, with the hate aid of taken. Frencl 111important positions.. In the vuinit'v he'n, of IInllt Lao*ei conflagrntions m-- Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts to cost much more next year. All goods, are steadily rising in price.

henrlit poxnl"itsf. lilaiv, nut irnpiobable! that the Germans; arcpiopiinng Like Dynamite On and it will pay you to buy and hold some of these great values. Ill-fl'
Mont nnd till'I."ah: faun .uul pnvieifarther '
? northward. I ( of!: for th" n cottvergnnnnve'nit', in consequence nt' Your Liver. :are a few samples of the many we offer:
the Freiuh hate ad
Simultaneously which is being!:' pressed agnn-t th."i I
J vuncod front eastward l round( I from three sides. Men's Suits $6.95 Ladies' $.3')1 UP
:'' !cage and gaited better po.-itmt\H\ UI'|' Calomel loses you a day! You know up i Coats
J the railway, toward Voimeros: and III, Through the latest operations. ol what calomel is. It's mercury; quick- Boys' Suits 2.98 up Ladies' ShoesChildren's ,9up>

: I \ keeping the lift;; mans inside the ninth' , the Fremh around Hh'inlIh,' inthedial lver.,; Calomel U dangerous. It Men's Shoes 2.19 I '6M up
\ liberated Shoes
definitely up
t orn portion of? the Argonne forest 61;)' city seems crashes into sour bile like dynamite,
on i-nfilading fare through; thl'i...,.., from the German; menace, for hen' cramping and sickening you. Calomelnttacks Men's and Boys' Hats .95 up Ladies' Waists .1.i up
., have materially pressed bark th.
I I valley,through whirr thimonean tin forest dividing press forward thenemv l.Ih'y iioinj. l.ikovvise, eastward thmurh the bones and should never be Outing! Flannel .2' up Percales, Homespun, etc. 17 UP

(Champagne to the Argonne forest quad] put into your system.
before them The latest I
,f tire that the Amoiuans! have advnncod the l-'umh, and Americans havi; I When you feel bilious, sluggish, constipated Our line of Groceries is the most complete in town. Our prices are
t .. fought!: their forward in titan' and all knocked out and believe -
almost two milein, the forest an. way )
I t on the eastern side, ..I 1 the great woo Htiug''i -. ,'aptllrnlIuml'rOUJ! \!: villagicro ',,- I you need a dose of dangerous the cheapest. Price our groceries---youvill then trade with us. 51-00

'I'I. are slowly pressing' n"'thwllr.Thro\ -.-r the Aisne cnnnl and pursn calomel just remember that your druggist War Savings Stamp given with each $25.00 purchase during this sale.
"r ughout, this entire region the Gorman; :! ing th.i rn'nay' along the entire front I sells\ for 50 cents a large bottle _
\ lire resisting most IItuhhorlll)'. of the "uippe and Arnes' rivers both .f Podson's Liver Tone, which is entirely -
: .t 1 In tin- mountain of I'thl'r' of vvhivb have (I.. i.n crossed at severapoints. '
i region n'> vegetable and pleasant to take.
$ I
Italy the Italians on several' sector:; and is a perfect substitute for calomel. Cash
,: ,,1 have atti.'K..l( and defeated the .\us, In th' M,ici-doni.m theater the allied. It i is guaranteed to start liver Department Store
the .1'1. have \ the Austrians your ,
t.lanshl''" in Albania -tro troop- compelled' without
.f' Hungarians' are in fast retreat In'fori,(! withdraw from the Kl: Hasan ""l.torlinn" stirring you up inside, and

the Italian II 1'11"11. Italian cava'ry. ': i it other positions, while near Vranjo. can not salivate.Don't I SAM ROSENBERG
'a working far in advance t of the inf.intr, I central Se'rhiathe rrenoh and Serbian take calomel! It makes you Proprietor
,,1; harassing! the enemy. The Semen' rive,troops. have l'nptur..1u tro-Gl'rmlln work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens -
a m western! Albania has been crossed', 'hold. positions |In the latter region you right up and you feel srreat STARKE
nnd the enemy supply center invaded. I the enemyis retiring northward in Give it to the children because it I FLORIDA
f Reports are to the effect that Au, .. disorder it perfectly harmless and does not

tria-Iiungary again seeking peace. '1 While il.rmnny "Austr.a-Hun. gripe ((10-1H)

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ELY, it is ours reverently to went to the post that day, that your last letter to' I ,

i I acknowledge the service you have rendered. those proud parents you left back home contained a

message not alone for them, but, simple and sincere,
To your country and ours, you gave all for all your countrymen as well. I

you had to give, a life, young and buoyant, offered
when you had but just arrived at life's fullest under- It did, indeed, for you uncovered the heart of all '

standing-and more than this no man can give. America when you wrote, "I want to say in closing, ,

if anything happens to me let's have no mourning
But in the giving, sir, you gave as well the outpour in spirit or in dress, for like a Liberty Bond, it is an 1

of your stout young heart-that all of us to investment, not a loss, when a man dies for his
whom you pass along,the touch might offer prayer, country."

and carry on in better understanding of that I

ennobled: cause for which no sacrifice shall be in vain. The Fourth Liberty Loan is now announced. .
Some of us are far behind the fighting lines of Do you think, Lieutenant Ely, that we shall

France today. For circumstance has made two soon forget your admonition-or that we shall not ,

battle lines, and there must be therefore those gone proudly subscribe for all we possibly can of your 'V

to fight, and others kept behind to carry on at home. country's Liberty Bonds,which you so nobly glorified?

But as you say, both lines bring chance for Indeed, we can do no less, for it seems to us 1

deeds well done, and great investments too. that each subscription blank must bear your parting

salutation-"for like a Liberty Bond, it is an invest-

Little did you know, Lieutenant Ely, when you ment, not a loss, when a man dies for his country." j jI I a




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welxi-d Diiro ,by the 111'111"j" I

, .1 i r r1\\1 backed him to the vvnll I" I'.rplrkad ,

;; t'ublibhedeikly, and entered ox nee- } up the books Dare had >alt, "I I I I" 'I
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i l t and] clans I matter at the Dost-oftVo! lit \\h"IIIII''lIlh'I.
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1 \_ .. Sl'irkc, Jo'Inrida. ::':"' ,..:.. "We'll see ti. It that thoodocuments I. "Id,.. i* C- '
_- ...- ::1, ;.: : .i. don't ,see the light; a'o'
; Storageii ,
II' chuckled. Then he turned ui 'a"n the
K. ti, :\1 ATTIII'I.dil.r l: !: I; and Owner. "
.ttrlhh'd1'rla.:; \\'e mean ttusi r' --
J. C. KOIJIN.XO.N.' : ;( ; AN-.m-i.itp, Kditnr.: i ai tie said coolly, "but you're not ga'tai:' < -' :ua

: i J be harmed Your friends. have trl. il 1 \10iluckeu
J :, tJo. my repiitnllou und, .vou'ot

1018_ OCTOOBR u_ ill: : % !in pay for It."hlll ."

i '(I q [ .''''.I--. r UJ& : "Ila1 t1.Ui/ ar..J: :. i:1: By Alan Fothergill ;r1|: 'da"\In\ u tremulous do, you tneauV"tone. breuthed I \'(' '-

T1r2r3T4J T : 5 ::1 ................................................:'It :: "I menu that I'm going to leave taws'
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I ;" i IlOtI Copyright, 1917 Wnturn Nawapapar Union.) for the journey" bluntly respond the
6 7 89 1112t
, ., + Among the possessions, acquired by villain. "You Lave plenty of mono

I :MNs Verda Bliss. wheu Hue b"l'uIIIH'Iwlr.'HH You will give me an order or u cheek
( r 1 1314151666171819: to the I'stute of Gc-offrey \\"11,1I i for live thousand, dollars. I'll Mend' l one Y y I Ii I

of my men to get It f'Q"hetl.'b"n he 1
I hams her uncle, of
was u piece city ,
JJ I does, shrill fr....." i
I\ property she hud 'never seen. She hud I
kt l' 20,2JI22j1f251261} ""Yes assented' Verda ,
been receive yes p idlly J
I content to u regular/: '
t r w though varying Income from this, leavIng I "only di.. not tnfstreat Mr. Dare !" lCq. '
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/ the details of 4"> flitter. to her The latter wa- -'iigullin; ; 'In i rr., a

himself mid hi-IVMI "Ullol"'r.' > 'I'< '
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j 'fI L TOOK I I.OKIIIA !" "It Is some kind of n nun-house," Im him roughly."Dn ,
not' /give these scoundrel-,i itMNs
Verda explained to n cousin, "aii'l the ,
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, : lillss: !" shouted ,,,
I'are. mule
In mi ;-iiliin---. to tinworking people, lawyer has told III. it 1 l.s In an outoftheway und ; ; i

r q of Jacksonville on Labor day, Gov. : locality iiniong; Ihe river flocks. a desperate ell'ort to break tawny :.M ,u

I 't\ Cults according J: to the report (published und valuable only ,In, :'iii-i' It Is adaptedto them. ,
' in Metropolis: muilo some .itatc- """r,' !" cried IMhrldgo. slldlm.-l It"> i, l lu 6
l t the usi-s to which: II Is devoted. I .
: '. mints which arc n sad reflection upon have .Mr. has door ut one slut| | of the lltlli f 'n
'I' .W never seen It. Cromptun' :
; that state, ....which unfortunately, has u advised me to do so, for there may benri "(Jive: him the. bi-nctlt of sot itud, i ildiirknesM

' : i I governor who could l ho guilty of such till I I we tin l.h our ncgotian, ,n1-
to ,11 trade It. I
opportunity' or
public utterance, But "Florida is suf1'erini with\ the ,
: lady r
iI am to go to the city Tui-sduy to lookIt
f'r' i" I .* one of the misfortunes which Verda screumed,
outright terror us
sometimes come upon states. It is over for the first 'lime.
the two 1II.'nlIn> I>nro fling Into
f : 'l suffering/ a misfortune such us :Mississippi Verda' was greutly pleased. at the u
I dark and Delbrldge drew e'Ime| ;
f-) \ \ I' hail to endure BO long us Vurda- attention und luteri .bestowed' upon splice

. } 1'j' j I I man disgraced that state by representing her when she reuclied the olllce of her. the dour ugaln./ Dare felt himself full

it, or misrepresenting it in the ing. He swung out both. hands. Onegrazed
a' 1' lawyer that Tuesday morning. The old ,
' J Semite, und as lilcusc disgraced South u chain, there' Will u sharp '
t p attorney, Mr. Crlllll'IIIIIUlol' most fatherly :
d ,. Carolina. click. The chain slipped through his h /a %,
and he trh..lltl IIIlIk.'I'rtlu understand
j, ji, It remains for the future to decide fingers! und he went, duwnwllrd'rlll.
the condition of uffulrs with ,
( whether Florida will realize the burden feet nand landed on u muss resembling
out vexing: that equable but Inexpert-:: / /
; ,,1 :-\. which rests upon it and retiree u bunk of shifting snnd. -
.', f'attH to private life in the which enced' mind of hers
way In Hush he where he
1 u guessed" WUI-
., Mississippi and South Carolina have "Here Is the problem, Miss Bliss he
In one of those sealed compartmentswhere
\t' : eliminated from public activities Vuriliiman stated : "The property an Much, U shutout ,
WIllilllJr..d. The
" ) und Hlense. from all business' frontage, with grain
\ t In his address (jov.Cutt04 said air was stllllnir... liehad
only narrow court lending to It
\ 1\ u oily I IoVl'r sunk to the Knees In the of
"The1 treatment reci-ivcd I.y l Ciipt.lireyfus up inm.'
n iiiniof railroad 1 tracks.. For I ItWI'lIly j//
i was nothing( compared to the outs Like a man In quick lid Attack !
the old building, stenl.heeted -
< TH 11
t ( (, } treatment my son. received in the ar ya his body began! to sink deeper und
si 11 ictiire, has been used, us
' ( i a I ,
I my. He was a captain in the army unil ''''('III'r. Ho tried to anchor hlni' 'It , ;
t warehouse and elevator. Your iincl.1 :
1,1. huunilcd of the Curilinal
was out army by steady.t The font could not bo ae "uupllshed.

""f I \" l (iihhons and,1 tslhp ra. I offered.( I to had regular clients among the ennui i 1. Then he noted with a thrill

,(, I make him adjutant general of they boat.. und lake steamer men und did of concern that t the 1 mass was moving' : ;
f L I state of I-'lo'ila, and ho refused, to acctpt Homelblng 111 I the. mld--torage line for I
and that h0' nM lIIu'lnwllh.. It.
I ; it. I thin i offered" to make him u time. :Since he ,died, we have had a Mfr
i The grain WHS Ruing down the discharge 'l
i! my private herrrtary and he refused. man named IMhrldge- charge. I din- .
1 Haying he \\iis going to Fiance, lie Charged, this mall last. w..k.111'11 Ireceived chute, he decided.The .aI
{ 5I
thank chain he haul KniAcd" must he .
enlisted private, and
; as a now absolute Information thitt In1
''I f, I' foil; he is a sergeant." :I the ono controlling the door to theflrhut0 l1r this command
was holding buck a part of the Income i /r men answer
a. \ This .statement as to the treatment down which( ordinarily rliin101:' ; ;
t 1 of, Ins ,son in U1, army and to his being I'W charges. VYV will have to find mime loaded Into the holds of bouts tiiliinir Inn '

I' t.u. i hounded out of the army hy l ('111'- honest and trustworthy' person to takehis cargo. Twice the mass nearly engulfed with yell of satisfaction !

I ilinal iihhnns(; should !in itself 1.\\. Hllr.t" place' go over Ihe records, and >f hi III.1lh n prodigious effort a
ficent condemnationvithout having we learn that the peculations have ...,
111II I Dare drew Ids, feet out of the gmi
: "I' publish anything else .said l by Catts. been of any magnitude and kept( up I" ami, flat r'ltf
Ing muss managed to lay on
) 1 Hut to this he lidded : I for years, we shall bring this Uclhrldge '
Ito j !
, > who Ills back. At the hate of hundreds ofbushels I Fight as they
t" Ii '1'1111 cannot'count on any one that" | :
has u I D I. !D., L. I.. I It? A. :M., or I'h. I 1). I \11I1 what can Inexperiencedme 1 n minute the grain was pouring
Into the mouth of the chute. ilew'ns ,
I rk after his name. All of these men belong b.I.'
\ do In such"" u tangle? Inquired l1|
to the plutocrat.They urn .owned i iI tossed, rolled ,engulfed/ east upwards v y \11"\
Verda' In pretty dismay. I with the determination.Your
I j',' by the rich. : like a f'nlh"ml,1 I tumbling>> same .
You must decide what want
r And an though that were' not bad, you rushing sea drift. Orn-Iually the"Jr.
+ done," r'pll..1 I :Mr. ('romptim. "I have I
\ the coming; \
ft enlughl'ntts ,predicted tex current, lowered he aimed to strikethe
nlIl'' between' the people of this country thought It best to have you visit )ht'property ,
side of the great bin with Ills feet
''t. ; ,und he said he did not Know how anal, then drterndne'h"ther'' missed und w IT whirled Into the confined sacrifice saving moneyputs the

It'would !;start or between whom, but :.Mill wish I the business continued under !I of the lass-smooth, Hide'alt (,
'I he (thought it would be between the n new mnnnger. (.r sold'" on t, with tho'eliirns space

I, Protestants and the Catholics; nnd.! from the read estate and tllt'l, the, chute. fighting weapons into their hands.

then he i is minted as follow I I'f Will')' Invested ulhiTWIstMr.. I Dora'; Splash He had reached the. end of
"'1'110 "IIV"1'1J(1r said that someonefrom I the chute to fall not Into the held ill
ailed out the lawyer, ami his asslstmrt
,,'f down the state called him up by some boat I'\ Into the river.

Ion ;.,IiHta'Il'' telephone, the other day i ntered (Ihe room.' i, Ho cnino up) to land himself In the The Boche fears a bond as he does a
< "Our Mr. Dare will take overthe
uii.l asked him if it wontuio that he' you midst of n Mood of thousands, of bushels

) wall against: allowing Catholic teachers prnpet'tyI4a lillss," spoke Mr.Cnunptiin I of limiting grail In."Ahoy .
and Verda scanned, closely I I for down in his heart he
'I to be employed in public schools.( He there:1': rang out n boisterous bayonet deep
tho clenr-ejed, pleasnnt-fiiceil! ,
'tl ; Raid! he replied he u.ia The speaker' young toivo from tho dock( and l u rap was
', j I a t then said; the man at the other end! of main who iicknou leiLu'ed tho InfurinalIntrudiictloa I I i i
thing him by one of n throng wonder1Inilly
knows the material of
the line asked him if In- did not knows wltli a courteous Imvv. viewing I tho IItrllnwnqte or''| money means war.

; that fighting the Calholics now was 'l'IIl'Y1'1'" chatting like real friends '
"ja\ ,, pro-erman.( The governor Hiiiil, 'I before hud covered twit ,, precious. grain. Dare was pulled upI
they squares. and
He knows that these and shells
1 told, him it was an infernal lie'." I "You .'U8.t/ u better "Idea' of !{I I to the wharf )platform, half 1.lIo'led'l guns
j These statements such tau'I, ,'hoklnl'II.nlh colln)>..lnl(. '
I sample are a
ifl disgrace to come from public man location anal, environment of, the property |:I "Quick ,I" he J:1I"P"II-"slIn1l' one hurry [
any I i soldiers
the hands of
\% in this country ut any time, and especially on foot, explained, KNton: Hare.. ]i, for the police." bayonets in American -
""'e seem to b,' penetrating u rather ,
. I at the time, that it will ,
l present "'hllt'll up) ? challenged Ids rescuer j
\ bo a mi.slortune to the nation if the i nondescript niMfrhlinrhoud, suictrest-'I "Some "I'IIundr'I"-II..y. tried to kill j I I the End!
{ federal government cannot find someway | ed Ids fair companion. "She'; kept close' mean
1 I II me. They are holding a young hotlycaptive
I ,,t to shut the mouth of such an agi i, to her gull, for tho narrow thoroughfares .': |
In the elevator olllce.
to tator. Surely the good, honest-hearted, |I were congested with trucks anil | up i I

4.J] t patriotic/ people of Florida, the people carts nud l the sidewalks almost coy. I| Contrary to their, designs! the schemIng ]I
I Delbrldge and Ms confederate, j
who are making the state, must hang cred with boxes: hales and hocshends.Once .
their heads in shame so long as n man Miss BlaIr KlancliiK buck narrowly I I were led out of the building hanj- '
who can utter such statements ns these cuffed by the emissaries of the law.
scrutinizes) u man who lost himself |
1 sits in the gubernatorial chair.I .- :Miss Bliss|. clung to Dare's arm In feverish Lend the
promptly' ns he noticed that ho Our
I Manufacturers Record.TLA almost hysterical agitation. I Way Boys
was observed. Dare detected n flight,
,'. !She': shuddered us Dare recited his!
1'1'I-M quiver of the dainty gloved hand holdiiiK l.
III 1.1. :: ,
: unennny experience.( !She was solicitous" I
I ___ his arm. JI i
and, kindly more than friendly, ns they
Clay II ill, Oct. 11.-H. H. Hudson I "What was It?" he Inquired solicit proceeded back to the. lawyer's olllce.Wise I I Are Fighting !

.; and Freddie"'n' among the businciH ' I ously.. I observant Samuel/ Crompton j
visitors to Jacksonville.attur- "A man I have noticed before," replied ,
: : 1 smiled quietly to himself ns he heard
Miss Illlss. "I am sure! he and )
diiy.Mr. I what luid happened."My I
and :Mrs. S. .J. Starling were another followed Die when I left the I' '
visitors;. to :Jar and :firs Ceo.; K. Wilkinson depot." I' : client will soon have hiisbopd
11 to look after her affairs," lie solllo-I
\\edneid.iv afternoon. "You do not now see the one you.Just .
10;, II. CIII'II'In.1! son, Henry, motored discovered I I quiz" ,!. Sacrifice self as they do, and spring to the

1 over to J'H'kqOll\'ille' Friday on business And 1 he was right.MistletoeKiss.
' returning' Saturday.S "No I lie, has dlsaiipeared." I I

I :; .J, Starling was attending to business They reached the grain, almost winduwless i t Custom attack as readily. Feel the thrill of beingon

\ in Highland Saturday.Meusrs. structure on the rlversldo, ti ml, ': I
One of the old mistletoe beliefs was!
: \V. H. W. and 1.. :M. Carter Interested I In her new surroundings, the
that originally the plant hud Itself offensive. Get basis.
were visiting i their grandparent dur Verdn forirot her previous' nervous boon n tr...,. and, that It was from that on a war
ing the past week. fears Dare had a key to tho. great ,
\\'. :\. Starling and son. Horace, motored oadlocked door. He turned, on the a tree that the holy cross was made.Tho Save with whole strength.
mistletoe became with theundents ,
popular your
over to Highland Wednesday afternoon. electric light It Illuminated a dark '{
I' of Europe: states n writer because I
spiral stairway
!' It was believed to hu+e the povv1 !
G'or"I''ilkiIlHon, Jr., is the
on sick
m "All the rest of the liulldlmr. except
list this week. 1 of keeping away e.ll spirits. That
the little olllce( at the tup. has beenused
W. .\. Starling and Horace wan the reason why men nnd woolenhung %
sons. for ..oniKe, he explained."How :: I
I Curtiss and It In their homes, And because so
Kills: accompanied I by j
chilly and l damp It Is, murmured
\ Barney I.anlt''iH h',1 Baldwin Sunday many people hung It In their homes to
d 1 to see the war relics train Miss Bliss, nnd she was qultetilt 1 keep nway evil spirits! It came to stand Attack the Hun !
of breath when they reached u little I
1 L. Starling: was visitor to Hurh- ns n symbol of hospitality. Many ofi -
', t land Sunday. pen. of n place holding u desk anal I i forts have, been made'' tn trace the origin
a "II f. Dare bestowed! his charge inn i,
t Misses' !I'enrl (;"rare and Maude PadTitt of the connection of mistletoe with
( spent Thursday ,evening. (guests chair RI1IIo"\llIn\ to describe the business kissing but the many explanations resulting
Your Utmost
carried! Buy
of Miss Carrie Starting.t mi. from those researches are fnr Liberty to
hi'at now all the elevator holds issaute
Messrs. C. B. and l K.: S. Starling from being, clear and convincing. 'Thenti4tleto
1'1111'.1irnln: he told her :\fy
were visiting their grandparents in '-kiss custom Is very 01,1i .
this section plan would be. If you ,decide to continue .
Sunday, among the peoples' of northern Europe.Meant
the business, to tin coldMtoriiKe -
;Miss Ma, Starling. is visitinir her sister |

:Mrs. C'. S. Austin of Jacksonville, department und utilize the i Same to Her. I This Space Contributed Winning the War by //t1 .
r this week. lower' floor of the elevator for short- The little fairy of n home hind heard

4 Nathan Long of Lautvy, spent time nierilmnilNo, sturnue. I um Instructed someone say that the man who all the

Tuesday ut the home of :Mr. und :Mrs. to brine the books buck to the plastering didn't use enough elbow
nvid Lnnir. office. We .shall go over them thoroughly -
grease, and, had asked, vvlmt It meant,
:Messrs. \V. A. Starling and Barney Ii nil .see how far the dischargedL und was told 1 that he did not hour down

Lang were visitors to t.awtey Wednes. rldllE' has niunlpuluti thorn. I hard crmuch. The meaning! ,: seemed to

clay. I litre hud barely unlocked' the safe lodge, In her mind more forcibly than

r :Miss Carrie Starling was the !guest when the door was burst open. Three {he word Itself. A few dnys Inter her J. M. ALVAREZGents

of :Miss Alice Prescott during: the past men entered toe room. mllt'r'a" scrubbing the porch and

fl I, week "Thost t\\on! cried Verdu, paling I'h"'l'Ilmf' out with her little broom, and

JI'' :Miss Ellie Harris spent Saturday anal arising to her feet In consternation. after scrubbing vigorously for a few

t "flat, Sunday with her parents, Mr. and "They are the men who followed minutes she leaned over on her broom

:Mrs. Kundall Harris.! IUtl from the depot. drew a long breath and said : "It take

:Misses Effie and Elsie Staring were The third Dare nt once recognized lots of shoulder water to jet this porch Furnishings Shoes.

visiting their grandparents Saturday a.i Delbrlilge, the discharged! niunager. Clean, don't It?" ,





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Cronliy l.iikitVt. II Hi tii'I
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I !Bits of LocalInformation 'tiljj much needed( in' this s,vtn"i 1 ,,,'
;MisAlin' Thonilnn. if I! i Ii''
\i-itinir nt tin homo i.1'i li<"t I nI ",
t I II.! 11"" 'I\III, 1 this wooU.Tlmso WHILE HOLDING

r I IM attending .chin .r \\ ,i i f r
1rwa last Sunday:; wciv, :Mr II. tl 1 "J 1 I U: INSURE WITHJ. (
:Mrs.V. l li. M I Hit, .1. oj 1 Ii
'tiMMMf.t O.. T..t.. elenlJl lw1reMMe1 / "; -1.1 family > .
t. to. .M i ihililtvu.i K.iini-st::: and ri.mU: )li\p!" t '
iI :Mi-s !I:>: i. Itiyant and l l-'riink :M: .nlmMr , I R Davis & Co.

I I : *. \Viiltor l'ndl'l'hill.1'' \i I ,i': i iin r
- ruI titI..erLon, Tuesday.U. .. : s + STARKE, FLORIDA

"(liu BieltiiiK pending; the FUNERAL HELD $SVTl"UD\Y OIDK. :\1. Mcltac: : und. il.iunhtn.. :Mi-, j I 'J
,t hci pnroirut l'i nuiiMii" !?. JOHN: O.lltlil' (i.\MvI.NSThe l.cniisc; left 'I'uestlay. fur J:1 1,-,elll,, ,l1,
\lh.I'l'1: ,r. 1"al"IUI"1: ,. :?\1.-I

r' > E Knight has returned ftiiiftal uf Di. Jnhii I> (lit; ki,' e erun I.uiiisi- \\1'111 duw n to stay with' :Mill
4 ". i u two weeks" stay in Jack- i "+ hit. died Wednesday night took plai. I O. :\11'1.11''h"c.: .' hll ha'II,1 \v.i- > ..illi
'' v'teiilay at I U: o'clock noon from th .il ,in the tiiiiiunir' comp Si'pt''nil>i r .th
11 I late resilience.; :No 017; Laura -'>trfiI The 1 I ittli- JIi--, lu, ,- MfUiii-: is unionir: thn-< !

.. T-, ,inilitiMm- of Lake Dutlvr.; I i I llev. V" W. Shields, rector nfSt t Jnhn'-. .1 nil .tl,.' .1|"I k ll-l, tills Wfl-k. Wf ll'plIn \ When You Come to Jacksonville
h' ,i' dniiirhtcr, Mr ;. 1C.': H.inj I Episcopal' church, cnmliuling tho sec Pirate- will II.IM .1 speedy HioMMy.Mi i i1 :,
I I vices. The pallbearvi were :: K.1:: J. I I.- 1 /--,c- I 1':1111.1:t I ami! Ilest vr" :Mi-Kao, tar I .
Knicle./ ] F. I' Fleming] \Dr L V. Fu I -Sht What would happen "|ji.wK inipi i.Miic: from spoil of f\'I'I'.1 4.r.L..r.l' 1
: inpi Cash und Carry. man, Martin II. Long, Judge DeWitt'; to no if I were your kid ? Mi11 I : :M ;MiKinih i very sick. at ML: I;! ; : Most I Inleichtingo : 111tort' :,;{
r. (Cray, Dr. W. A. McDonald. Di F Well, if you're not anniainti A Ilh" I :ftl'j't.If I :
i". Sengstak, and I. \L, H. :Steven.; Th.i' with C ilumet II,' u I ntitniK- .-- --- & ...\ Jjf i I In Hond.i- lr""

4( \ ,\. ind Lucian lla/.en, of ; accompanied by dipt I 1'. II. CIM; don't kit I have.. w what/ Can't a good hail excuse \\ r. \lrrUTT: ...r oJ'-,:'.--r.-r-7"-rT'r :>1 't "
kins brother the .1I1"1, and hi. I '
,I \IM .' m Stnrke Friday on mint and. uncle, Mr. and :MrJ. i Helping .1/1 self -they're t tntl1.k.; .. good 1 Good Nor me too, because I I iiiktii'M; ). cn; :May 10, 1117.\
forwarded :
Darby, was : y"-
when Calumet B.ikim'S are Old K<'nt iiih, 1 Mfg, l'o., }
:;,, ott, wh" is employed in tenlay the interment afternoon took at place I 1oMoel: upon ;arrival, , : whuliHOine .M U cadge .ItKL'Htud. I Paducahl'y.Uentlennen in Books ]'I'l''i.
i d I ii spent the past week with Millions of mothers use :
in the
f. Itt The arrangements were charge I l'Ies.. t .alli\v nii to ntntc that I have Fiction Books and other by reliable! I !
Timc- ;
-.- .--- .- Moulton & Kyle-Sunday'- I CALUMETBAKING sold; your' iliiili'i-a, remedy for ,imo HOIJ.I on Agriculture pursuits' ; : '

i I- I j.' ,ninio Hrynn, of Ft. J.audor-. t'nion.The body of Dr. Gaskins wa--, brought I I I son and. Mite ordered moro for this authors! Toy Books! Reference, Travel etc ill: J..,
I POWDER I I said\ it to 12 or \ "
,i-itinK her parents Mr. and Htnrke Saturday afternoon. It vval I m-nton. year 4j '
I told! each of \
\\ A Uossent.O. becauseof its purity-because !,> mciiNvlio reuse hnjTS.
met at the train by a large, number of I
feed it totheir
I and tnkitlu> remedy Commercial and
rfstiHa laticonninical them to
business it always Hives beet Fancy Stationery l
the citizens of Starke all "
m ctx+t and uai'Colamml hogs ant,! if \they lost a single hog
I' A Thrower, Sr., of Gaines- houses having closed to do honor to his contain en'v such j
of kind not to pay *
f, bin been visiting at the home of memory. inzr.d.enrs officially i e hate pjf thm''""U."Sprovmd S,- me from a ilisi'n cent, fur the any remedy but when Fin Wedding and Society Engraving made in our own exclusive .; "
... O. A. Thrower Jr. I 1 The interment in Crosby, cometery.
s. was Fowl Author,til*. sell. cotton nuin
they liojran' to every plant. Ask to samples. tJi
!see !
nr.1.: M. officiating, The II. : ,
iron saw M>hn vow buy cnn'io in and paid mo for th' meili-, ;
t line of hats at Knight's :Millin- 1 following friends, < of the family] were roe sac. Khan you use it.IUG116S and one of thorn toM me 1

u n' the senson's best. Cull and the pnllheareVn: A. V. Long.: F. II. a cine that it wathe every liefrt hog medicine they Toys and Athletic y'y'A 'i

c the line.Khodit Long!, G. C. Livingston. E. S. :Mat- ever used.! One man paid me for the Goods't
thews. A. Z. Adkins. J. II. Bitch Pd'r'NOs '
l'B worth
and bought $ "
j i Seldom have such beautiful floral! + et more small of jiackniri'it and" said it was the best Toy Shop open the year round, Suppliesjfor all your favorite ; .,
It I.nKorirren, of Jackson offerings been seen here. The grave, I 1-
tried '
Stat that he had < MT I II and
!ill at the home of her parents | was literally banked .'' Mrs. 11. E. Lug-ergor'n. hot house flowers. g I \V F. IIA HT\.ITT\ : I

Sold] by J K: :S:. Jones StarkeAdv. : 1ERMOS {BOTTLES A necessity in all seasons '
It i W Kill inn, of Waynosville.wending Pl'BI.IC PLACES CLOSED .1XMUlr \ -
l several weeks with >: FLASI1 I LIGI ITS Useful everywhere and sale! '
.iMr, und Mrs.: J. M. Trudy.i On account' of the epidemic" of in LASSIFIEfIADVERTISING I -
flucnzn in Starke all burlier shopC"M, PICTURES Picture Framing Artists Cood
shun I I
i F. / Burr returned, Sntur- drink fountains moving picture \
.la'k.onvil\l"\ *, where hi- spent and all public gathering placehn'' _ u_ _. Practical GIFTS for all occasions +t tKODAI
been ordered closed.! To avoid spread
.t-dating in a revival meet- i unit, of this disease, dti/ens in Stnrke'nnd itl'tlSTil: ; : :i-:I :Male hog fur son\ 'ice. -S. Photo'Finishing: of tlu l letter ort
I' elsewhere in the county are asked ;N.0..; II. Hull.
I I not to gather in crowds, drink from > --- ---
I """II'- Chill anti, Fever Tonic Mail receive attention
] sterilized, or inquiries '
not properly prompt
I no glasses FOIt SM.K: Jl head of good\ mules; I
d>\ l h--: Miti'hell's Drug Store. better yet, do I not drink in any public. !t'
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"i him hi. i tails and 1 hal': '''--*
I place, and to observe] the ordinary ruleof \ .. 1
i i sanitation.t Sweat StniUe. R-Il-lf.: :
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"n family were '
Hampton visitors to our : HOYS'I'IIII.\SI'S\SKP.T: :II \1.1.LIHKKTY TE\M: ItONOI FOR SAID: :!I5 lioiul fattening how I- MJ7

' y "\ tn meet the War Relics I l. Soldier Letters 1I 1\\\ \ from 1 to :ti; years old. J. L. 'l

I The Bradford County High School hill, Rout '!, Starke. :
boys', basket. ball team has. purchased 'I l'.F
'l'' M] Cameron, of Jacksonville,, n (iffy, dollar Liberty Bond This is a I un..r-I r 1 1'I'IIE 1r
I -. inday. to I lie> ut the hod.side of line investment for the boys ami one I Lake Itutlor, LOST-Two l pigs blncC
:2l tl.; mills! \ from "'. ;M !!
.rlr'' r" who has been sUl'lfrinlC.1'1"1l of which they may feel justly] proud.'! Si-rit. hlrI'olBouj'ht\ '
I .' /ll.I i The High School pupil have nil written Editor r.ruilfonl: County'.t'I'j.I'lIph\ : nolils day before, escaping pfii. r
|| Sir-Will please / mosrmcr Triiilint ( '0., turl,,'.
essays: on the subject of the Lib 'licur you Notify Vountc W
Loan interest is manifest in your paper, to print u letter - ---- d
II I >\ Long and Children' wont: rrty und great "
"i\ i -N'\ Luke last Saturday, in all subjects pertaining the from my son that has just arrived in FORLI.I.'Itri.11I: seed, !'>..,, :*;; ','''. o I
France! Florida Hurt nut-, :-:1: I J..
( -pend; n i week at Col,, world war per liiihhel;
yt l"t' ---.-. --.- dIittntl :\I'! ". M.. II. Ilurnt.Somewhere per, bushel' ; Kluriila Fulirluim' n.ii-,

I SOLDIER It0\ SITCl'MIIS: in .France $1: ,2-. l.uslifl., I'urranioic' (( inni-i\; UNIVERSAL CAR. ,
Sept. I, 1'JIK. ('n. Madison) Fl.i. 1" I 'Ji I.
it I 1.< lI-1( displays of millinwn I ----- ,
Another one of our P.radford county Hear I'npaI: will try and drop' you -
i 111 i Stavke. KniKht'Hill I I has given hi. life in inarmy I a few line to let you know that I Iam -- ------ .
< .< and inspect the line. boys ciimp. 'hailes,.up Rees, son of :Mr, well and truly hope you the anio. FOIL SM.K--1... acre. ,fariii,, H ..unumli'i Look out when having your Ford car' !ll

I Mind ;Mrs. Ed.: J lees, of near Starke, Well, papa I wish I could see you < (cultivation in the Wati'io.ik
" i ind family, of I'.rookMiti'ki died Tuesday, October Nth, at Cam), this evening.('. suctMiti.. f. M. Nnrnian, Lnutf.x. repaired that t the genuine I Ford parts or

: :, , Sunday, coming ov- Jackson as the result of u severe rnsi 1 got over all O. K. ant) am somewhere Fin. H.W-If.: ) I II I materials arc ust'il. There are many'
1 tlv LiluM,.ty Loan l Rally at of Spanish influenza. in France, but don't know
1\ Ceh:, tiain.ii '! The body was brought to Stark.. where. Well pupil' I guess I will be "bogus, imitations, or counterfeit, so-
Wednesday mOl'ninTIll'/ intermenwill t home by Spiintf. FOR SVLK:-r 0linn KliincljUo: J -tl';''''' '

I.i" ,if HnlTmnn, who has 1),1'11'' take place in Pii'viUt cemetery. Tell mp where Judson is. Has ho berry plants] $3,30:! per I.OiiO/ .J. F. called Ford parts of

.. ,i i-vernl weeks with her aunt, --- - --- paused' or not ? That I is all I want to, Lake llutli-r, Flu. H .::11 ..a No slIlyinferwrqualityFord ;
I K Davis returned to her home Take care of farm machinery. I I''t know.I Bogus:
'mvillo, Monday.M will have to take the place' of labo r I haven't news to write.Find -- ----- on the market. He
--- that has been drawn from the farm uny FOR I 1.1'-I"lorida; grown seed rye. PartsHere
out how grandma is anti )let learned against: them
K: VV. Harris and little son, -. ---- Anyone in rend 1 of seed rye shouldor
know just as soon as you tan.
and Miss Anita Wills, came LO\_; -HlUUGr.: me Well you write me how nil of the or write T. C. Dixon, LOP, Flu.] Buy Ford parts and

"K'' from und' Mrs.Jacksonville J. C., Wills.Friday to vis- I!i Long Bridge Oct.' 11.-D. K. Johnson rest are getting nlonjr. Tell them to !.1I-llt.: have your Ford car
|' went to accept a position in Jacksonville lie rood, and do the host they can untilI I

l) Powell's Chill and Fever Tonici I Saturday. I return home. FOIL S.\Li-ln: town of !rooktor0,11' repaired by authorized Ford dealeras
0. f!. Moody was attending to bus!- HP sure and address my mail just and .
dwelling, large
two-tury roomy this is the
only to guard against
I i r only by Mitchell's Drug Store. ness! in Lake Butler Saturday.i like this or I will not get it. I two lots. improvements 1"'I'lInH. and way

I I' Ike.Otilk! I i :Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. Thomas an,I I Well I will close for this time hoping , I praeh trees jCrllle vi ne. Good I loca- "bogus" parts. Bring. your car to us

I family were visitors to Starke Sun_ to hear from you soon. tjoll., $121J0 cosh, ,Iddress :\1.. I..,
Moitt of Jacksonville spenthi day.i From your dearest son, I Urooker, Fla. Ilex .17. 10.11.:1\: for service. Conic to us for Ford parts.

,, ,-ek-end in Starke with his returned, to New Rive l' William Daniel\ Hurst, .. -- -
par- M. II. Moody --- Ours is an authorized Ford place.
i Co. G i 5'i: Planner Inf. A. t; F. via N. Y
',i1 :Mi, and l :Mrs. A. i E. :Moitt while Sunday where he is holding. n position. I i FII !-AIK-Fine hunch dairy, tow,.

"nnjt, from an attack of Spanish The six-months-olil] daughter of Mr \ The Quinine' ; That Doc Not Affect i The Head I I Andii'WH Dairy Gainesville, Flit.In .
II" '11.I i and) Mrs. Rowand Turner has .heel,, nrmu4 nf its tnnlr end,] laxative rnVrt. LAXA- ,I I 11-51.: FORD GARAGESTARKE
very ill for the last ft'w'e'ks.. W.? TIFF IIKOMI QI I SINK; (Tall.lH) ran I... taken "
A. Price of Klng' ton, I'a., iiritn hope she will soon recover. by anyimt witliuut. rauiinil nf>rvnunneA op rlnulnil' I I I-'Olt: NILE-Mule: :: wagon, rlcua'' : .hai FLORIDA
lufliflfBil l.w.GRuv'Lsstunutureuoboa. ,
Tuesday to spend the win- .- 8uc.i run poultry mesh garden, loin t > ls. hny
t' the home of Mr and :Mrs. N.. \H.Mr .4. --3 i0 . 344 : sulu-; t\\ \Vilton, eiirpetiheap. Mrs;
Ii' -. I'nci-'fc friends are (glad] to .. Cane: syrup can tie dishes used as n I A.1. Van I Dyke, l.nwte.v, Flu It' L J
substitute m preparedfor
""t with us for another winter. 0> STARKi: y many -- -
FRATERNAL DIRECTORY t food It may, not be cheaper but 1--FOl: KKNT; Fnrm of IDirr. .. --. :\IrA -.
I Rul Cross. requests the .<-houlii -- -- --
tn collect\ seeds" of peaches, 0 F. & A. M. Bradford Lo.rgoo:0.' : Can Now: K.i't l: and Sleep:; in 'omfnrt.
i' plum olive date cherry and <. 33. Meets! every second, and ;
,' walnuts -nd hickory nuts, the *. fourth Monday nights. t If troulileii scion indigestion or sleep ,

,in, be used by the government inimifuoturo i' h lessness. you should rend what Miss N. T. RiTC!/, /'res. W. T. WEEKS, V-Pres. J. !/. RITCH, Cashier
t of masks. Airnes Turner, Chuniro, III., has to
iras .
I. O. O. F., :May Lodge No. 10. say: "Overwork, irregular' meals and
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""SMeets: every Tuesday night. 1 carelessness regarding the ordinary I

I, IVne 1 rharleliiirliy, L. Caskins, of, :Madison of Washinj"t and- 6 tII.. :M.V.. of A., Starkp romp.t 'p rules it until of last health fall gradually,I became undermined u wreck of;'
""t Sunday morning, having ,
to attend the funeral of Dr. J. !. Meets every first and third Wed- my: former self. I suffered from con- Starting Right as
t tinual headache' unable
> ncsday nlght was to digest
tskms I .ipt. jjskins an,111': .
8 k my food, which seemed to lay
. were guests at the home of Mr. 1 <> as a
.I : Darby. 0$0 W. O. W., All Friends, Camp I dead weight on my htomach., I was -- --
!;I", No.' 138. Meets I every second anti very constipated and my complexion:

T re are now ninet;--six names on 1 I.0ia... fourth Friday: nights t t heramp felt. Sleeplessness dark, yellow was and added muddy I to as the I IV fight i is half won wh n you get 1 the KIGI IT START. To (lie

th'" 'IaTh radfort' #<'ounty! latest names High School to be add ser- Union Chapel Camp, =No. C3fl! : "1 misery when I and went I would to sleep awake I us heard tired as of youiig business man, nothing is of so much importance 1

", : e, Ervin Minton, Ray Newsorn.Floreus <*' meet every first and third Friday : Chamberlain's} Tablets and found such
Alhert Reinoehl, Edwin: nights at Union Chapel! .7..l. Ellinxton : I relief after taking them that I kept
f nan. Homer Limljuugh, Louis *. Clerk, R. No.' 1. :<:tark..". the treatment for nearly two months. A BANK ACCOUNT
'I I tr nan. *. k They cleansed my .tomarh. invigorate
- Visiting brothers are rordi.illy ed my system, and, since that' timeS I -- ------- .

x'' and Mrs I If. R. Rogers left Wed- *, invited) to attend these can pat and sleep in comfort. I am
-.1"' morning(' for Tampa where they A -: today entirely well."-Adv. It may Le small at first---doesn't always need to be large: but it should
1 'pend a few days. Mr. Ropers. ex- '" .... T ? >10 .3 .. 1 ii. I
cd himself as being well pleased't + carry all his CASi I Iranli.lctions. Every payment should, be made

Starko and expects to I i COFFINS e
1, i week! Their many friends re- I i What Keeps Boy at Home. I CASKETS. through it. t 1

"' I" 10He11': and Mrs. Rogers from i More boys would run 0"1)fro I n' And a full line of ITS IIELPFUL .ITS STABILIZING ENCOURAGING. .
"' u midst and will, (give them a warm home to o"rnpitin- tyranny If 'h.I .: Undertakers' Supplies --
1 '< me, on their return. I hnd free linnrd! !."<,,mmi.l, iinth.s I II I I This Bank wants your checking account---LARGE OR SMALL'r
I . ,, Automobile Hrarwp.Always .
I I rnn to. -I.! .. "'. ', i .Ti-li-'i in

A 'ormer Starke boy, Lewis Hoflf- on hand. The best MT-

''.'". hat been visiting his aunt, Mrs No Worms In a tlealthy Child rice at the lowest prices. Specitl BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
R Davis, and left Monday for hi* All aJiUrtna troubled with worm have ant a attention to telegraph order-it.
'I 'me in Jacksonville. Mr. Hoffman he.lthycoloe. which indicate poor blood sod al --
has volunteered for the navy and will fate. tbr la more or lees stomach dismrban Registered Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
.,ri, leave for Paris\ Iiland. lie is GROVES TASTELESS: chili TOSIC liveD re ula Embalmer
for two or three. week will enrich the blotMi. I
t seventeen years of age and a I prove the digestion. and act a* a General Strn4ening ij DeWITT C. JONES ESTABLISHED 1S89
splendid specimen of young manhood,, Tonic to the whole Iylt.m Nature will Iti STARKE FLORIDA yV.
having( passed a perfect physical i>> i I throw off or dispel 1 the worml. and the Child wi" Starke. Fla.n 1 e
animation. la perfect health. Pleasant to take. tfttc r>..r butt
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Against Prussian Piracy :.Mr-. Joe I IIa1Tha. teturned" to her ;I :.Mrs. Luc I p(owl I i --.1
< anani. net. I IJ.-) Messrs. RV.. home altar aisit in LaKeland durini; Mile Saturday.
, I.'I"\). R ynolds! and, II. I'. the past two weeks.Mi !1 We arc vel'11'1.., .
I'It-t, made a business trip to StarkeMr. ; .-- Ruth Wal'll'nll the guest of 'Ode lIolobs'I' -. I II
I M,,achy. MiK.s II Ula'uhe Andreu Wednesday af- Quite a iTow'il I t.
: I ; Alain W.iMJm; who is attending, !, t ti ,moon.Mahry I Howling Sunday.
..w't' 'Buy a "Liberty" Tolicy -i''hoot in Starkc: , spent Tuesday. here : llaiivll visited Worlliinjjton on -- -.
vith. : his parents :Mr. and :Mrs. 11. IX Thini>Uay morning.Mrs. I :\III.U.I I lI l-
Wa<..lin.1 W. J. Waid \'isit'dll'g.: W. :M.Harrell -
I ;Mis. K.: D. Abernathy has returned Wednesday. I :Miller. Oct. 1 11 I.:
You have fire insurance-life and accident ,I.. her, home here lifter spending three :\II'1.: Andreu and son. Harley, :,, and family attended,| \1]
un.1 ks in Starke with her pal'ents11': were business visitors to Brookor Wed last Sunday.
II'd1.; ..,. A. <(1.<; Uyul.i nesday. I 1A'. H. S. Mill,.
safe- i r
insurance indemnity to i :\ Owen Uyul and wife, of JackoiiMlle Let'r''hooly buy Liberty lionds, ; trip!! to Worthington
, spent, last l week here with the and whip the II uns. Mr. George; Shall.m. '.
guard your business, Gamerinter, Irs. 1C.: I lJ. Abernathy.I I :Miss Cecil. !Uaborn is improving a I :"olntti,', of lh'ovul.I. i .
I| Mr.I, and ;Mrs. Percy Jones! und ;Mrs. I' little at this writing. community Sundnv,, .
Klh.i:, 1 Reynolds: i ot llaytonu. und, Ethel :j T. Ii. Edwards and wife were ut- :Miss Lottie) Stol
' :' But there are other policies you must have L'yrd, spent Thursday in LaCrosse! 'Monday.tending: to business' in Lake Butler. visiting rehntit'I I
.1 all i IIlllli\''' I Mr. .1. L. Urown
for protection-policies of insurance :Mr. I U. \\'. :SuiTi'ticy; made n business Buy War Savings; Stamp. trip to Lake Butt '
own "r
your nii| to Hampton; \\'plne8hl11' , '. Mists: Eva and Huby Edwards visited -

againsT; the laiservhose power is the greatest imp I :)\ to. 1.;New;U. KeynoldK:River Tuesday..made! n business the. home of ;Mrs ;Mattie MarryTuphday. : I I Dr. a 1.professionallast "F:. :Jlttitunuulp ..

1 Mr..1.; J II. SuiTency was in Hampton I'. :M. Andreu received a letter from week.
I: I peril and the greatest force of destruc- on I,usi-it. .-. 'Tnr, -day. ,' Rev.: \\'. .F. Walters last week in which I :Mr. N. II. Sink,.- .
:yhV u,ntle Lane" made a business i he said he \\'IISHII and'( getting along trip to Kukcs one ,|.. I.
tion in the world today. I trap t II WnldnIunday.: I line. He stated; he had! been to Washington :Mr. Tom TllwlI'11:1 t
:Miss :Mabel) IJyril has returned] from Brooklyn bridge and( other historical \\ :: a business \ h'
: impa) whereshe, has been visiting, places and was expecting togo ': last week.I .
I tm,, the pust month. I 0IIn.tilll"'. I :\ Carl Krown ..
i '' Liberty Bonds ae the Best Policy :Mrs. :Marshal Hurgess. who has: been'iiie C. II. :Newsom: und children, visited to ;Midway Sunda 0'
tinting relatives and friend for :Mrs. C. ;M. Andreu Tuesday. i l _
Sumner. Andreu and\ sister" Blanche,
'l.'s the I'a't1>: months, joined her hus'I.and -
' Every Liberty Bond buy is a policy of in- in Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. visited Stnrke Saturday and Sunday GIRLS! LEMON JUIcY"IS
you : Ii//ie, Sunvncy js visitingi C. II. N'cwsom and family visited SKIN
against the destruction of freedom I I i i datives in Tampa for a few weeks. relatives and friends at Starkc Saturday I WHITER:
surance -
your 11 Ir. Henry :Murrhee, of Tuveres. and Sunday.,
+ home and 'pent lust week here with relatives. Mrs. C. M. Andreu and children visited How To Make a Creamy Beat!,
I t your happiness, your your I School. opened here :Monday morning) Urooker Monday.,. : Lotion For a Few Cents

livelihood. You have too much of with n good attendance., I'rof. Wiggins, The juice of two fi. "
cannot of Hampton, :Miss :Mae :McKinney, of imLi.IIK.M.S<; ;; It'd into bottle v
Lake Hutler and ;Mrs.! Odell Abernathy - a con! nces
that kind of insurance. France and Belgium teachers.Mr. Bow IingOct. 11.-Rev. II. .1. Tho- of orchard who ,.
; I P.> .1. Byrd<1 made business tripto mas left for Jacksonville last Monday, quarter pint of the 1'1' .it
IL?: I and Serbia and Poland show what Prussian to Stark.Vt"lIe"clIlY.( where he has accepted a position. 'lemon skin beautifier .,r ... ...
:Mr. Riley Wasdin, wife! and to"ter.11'11 ;Miss Arnie l nggcrs left for Jack one must pay for a sin" ., .,. ,
t militarism would do to the United States if I ;\ Dixon made a business trip to sonville1 Saturday, und was accompanied j dinary cold creams < .
(;aines"ilhlonJay.: as far as :McClenny by :\1. Sheriod, j I taken to strain the lorn" '" ,
'' I we should fail to crush it. :Mr. R. N. Uowhng, of Waldo, was !triggers and :Miss Hellen VV'aldron.Mr. [in fine cloth so no lemon, I ;, ri,.r
| here on business :Monday. ; and :Mrs. Johnnie Jones, Mr. i the nthis lotion will k""J'' '''..- fl(
I I Mrs. Lando Moines Mounteocha; Willie Bryan and Miss Myrtice Jones I months. Every woman |k' ('

) Lend to Your Utmost for Victory I i I; /riday ittendcd afternoon.the Woodman Circle here. motored. John over Thornton to Starke and Sunday.Mr. sister .Katie |.lemon move such juice blemishes is used to hl!
I J J. I D. Davis and daughter/ made a business trip near Manning a& fr.a" s!
MrsMrs.; Ward, has returned from Monday.Mr. ( lowness and tan and is the. ,tea''! ifc:
South Carolina where they have beeni ; Willie Bryan and Miss Myrtice I softener, whitener and hcauti"ci ; -
Money is the vital factor in the winning of i I visiting relatives and friends. Jones were the guests of Miss Viola i Just try It! Get thrp., mm -.
/ ;Mr. Geiger Barry wife and I ; this war. You must lend more than before. i| of Jacksonville is here visiting rclaI Mr. S. W. Sparkman returned home I two lemons from the gn"i I'- r "ai:

t lives.Mrs.. from Juck..onvilleIonday, where he 1 tip a quarter pint of thi-" -'.\. '-v
The fourth Loan is larger ; the obligation on I : Watts and daughter, :Mrs[ :Maggie had been on business.Mr. rant lemon lotion and miu:< "" a.:

Strickling, of BI'ouker.'isited relatives : and :Mrs. Oliver Gordon visitedat into the fact, riei-k ," uhands. !
each of us is greater. here Friday. the home of 'Uev. It. J, Thomas .-Adv. 'I>;
:Mr. A. Lane made a business trip
1. to Starkc Friday
i :\1... 1..IonV. 'nn. of Starke, was .

CIE Lend to Your Utmost Buy Liberty Bonds here Madison: Friday.Thomas 0.on I Dyitl!) It.. R. Jones and!

k were in Waldo Satuiilay -
on business.Mr. .
: W. 1'. Byrd made a business
This Space Contributed to Winning the War by trip to Waldo Saturday.,

(. Ilk -T-. "" ':'_-__ *WBWM l .| (! ;Miss FI'III1..esIurrhl'e: has! returned More Farm Machinery Rusts
'rom Georgia where she has been for
Jos. E. Wilson Insurance Agency and the past three, weeks.Mrs. .
: E. T. Stewart entertained! the

r' Bradford County Abstract CompanyStarke .social''hnstinn Thursday Endeavor evening society/ Games; with wt'rppla'd u Out Than Is Worn OutDoes

until late hour
a the most iiieresting -
I being the Cobb Webb game.It .
oJ Florida was unwound by twenty-two tit'> the
members' after which u delicious coarse
of i ice cream and cake was served.'
;Mrs. Kvn: made
Harry a business
i trip to Starke :Monday. not that conclusively prove that suitable sheds
I tlr. Van I l.andingham. of Monteochn
I was a business visitor here Saturday., for your implements would be a good investment

Bradford County Farmers 1 Rev Riggs/ of Starke, was here on RIGHT NOW
(', business' Saturday. ? Your farm tools cost money these

W, ii' here. :Mr.Sunday Willie,Surreney.tin .:u, .,:of,t,f 1'alatka his parents.was. days, a lot of good hard earned money, and to leave

'I.I; 'ill.\UIMJ l arc to be made, and are taking I 1\11': and :Mrs I R. W. Surrency. them in all kinds of weather to deteriorate is surely
f __ their l flocks on a 1'1'11", range in the steps to save their soils and add|t ': ;Mr. C. II. Roberts and wif'. J. P. '
I.,I. I If jrri'On tiini.itoos, that hnvr liocn I.lie afternoon hours Other-! are ,pint. tn their, fertility.In "iRobeits and wife, and Miss ;\llIe1; <' not good business management. If want them to
: ,' "tourlu'd I"' thr front art* druppfd I fed from the waste i pf the garden, or I this work of .soil-saving and I Kinney motored over to Starkc Sunday -
I + \slnlo.til] till into. r..Klatcr mil on peanut hay. It is lh" time now t" soil-building, cover crops are an absolute I to see the' War Relic train. last one third longer give them a good coat of paint,
I allowed tn stiiinl roc a while they are plan for winter Krc-bfls' fur your poul necessity; and the best of all ;Mr. R. \\ Surrency and, wife, and
J Ices hkuly to spoil! rapidly than if tryIlavc an al,Ui"lilit supply of cover crops arc the legumes, for they : ;Mrs., J. 11. Surreniy anti( (children i1t.,1 i- then come in and let us figure out not how much, but
I allowed] to warm up more quickly. lettuce, spinach, collsfH, and cabbawe not only hold our soils and plant foods, i irlativnu in Hrooker Sunday.I ; '.
in your kitchen garden. for home and! and keep th"f1fro1l washing and I : Frank ,\h'nnthy.ho is working HOW LITTLE a good shed will cost you.
i j. TUBlaU'I'LI/SIS: >> IN: r.vrri.K; poultry use. Good, winter imsf-re for leaching away but at the same time in Jacksonville: spent the week end
( ------- hens can lie had by sowing a mixture they are taking nitrogen our most here with his fandl)'.
.t' 1. The pivsrnc'o of u tubercular cow in of rye, oats and rule.l later in the needed plant element, from the air I :Miss! Onie Graves; made a business
a Wiry or beef herd of cattle ill adiintrorou autumn, and giving the chickens access and storing it for the crops that are trip to Hampton Saturday,
.. tiling. I It has (IK-OII 1 proven to it. The focilihR <>f these green tn follow. Anti nt nil the legumes that :Mr.l ;Morgan [Prevail of Waldo,! was
( thut milk from tulierrulnr caw will feeds will reduce the Hiiiount of tcrain! may be used, for soil-savinand/ soilbuildmg here on business Salurday. QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY G CO 0
carry the germ and in this way tuhorculixii consumed and will give better resultsin during the fall, winter and I Mr. W. P. Byrd and wife attended ,
will lie (communicated to the eggs and (jroowth. spring months we place crimson cover the War Relic train in Waldo Sunday.
liters of the milk from such a herd, first. The seed required to plant an ;Mr. David Kelley and wife was
) I I'rof. J. M. Scott of the experiment IIAVIA c-AKi'irr: i .1 station says that at the present limo KVKIO: : AlKKTllMINTKU; : : seed of other winter legumes and the I train.
there 11 1\0 excuse for retaining tubercular ---- crop is ready to plow under in April Private McXubb. a native of Ireland
cows It is easy to locate the is '! for a crop of corn to follow. But clover' wave a very interesting lecture here
t infected I animals by the me of the, oil-wlI"lin\ the, n.rieu'tur.ilSouth's .: : finds its best use ns a part of n permanent Wednesday morning. Ho has I been inservice
tuberculin great "ionoji'iisin. KVPIV.where I fifteen years. He fought in
test 'ollll'h'nt't pasture combination though
Any .
I W"I'n| ,"4 ()f it. <(Our< muddy the :Mexican the -
erinarian can make the test. Kveryreactimt some farmers are using it very successfully war. Spanish-Ameri
I streams are frightened with plant can war and, has served 1 in -
should be cultivated fields/ this greatworld's
cow destroyed.Kvery foods. as acover I
i leaving 'hiltlW,1I irullied!
city unit community crop to be plowed under in the war. He has been to the =
I should every fields poor" farms, 111'h"OI',1',\ l farmers. spring while the ''i is known as n great sharp .. 'r-
'niM.-t.I not only insist but ile- lute maturity of front/
mind that all dairy cows be tested Upon I the solution i>f this problem vetch makes! it most valuable as a hay I Ho has been wounded'nnd, has /
before offering the milk for sale. It. ilepeiuN our whole iixrlrultiiriil future crop. whitf of that terrible gas. He I is just
is more' patin'tu' to avoid; diiMie i itlinn ; fm, there can ht! no prosperousiiMTMcultuie l>'ye and outs, while they of course nut of the hospital, and telling the I
1 t' to try tn i lire it. | I without: ri''h} lands. Ifnppily ire' not legumes and add, no plant food, people" the amount it takes to support I From huTThis
LOW Cur or l'Ol'LTUFlED: how.'M i. tlvmsiiiiils; of our best to the land are very valuable cover those boys over there, and the way'they Tacks D<> :iln-ady burning that ,crops and should l be used,) in nil caseswhere are sacrificing their lives for us. I
Morid.i' poultry owners may hate I fertile soil is I threry: first esscntial.l the legumes arc not used. Theyof this buy. a bond. and do all we ian toward :
cheap feed for the phi ntntg. Why depend course need tin imii.i-iil.ition" mill, cause.Judge
entirely on bought feed when, getting! good, !stands of them;: -i is comparatively Foster a Y. :M. (1'. A. man. ,I ,
better growth and more eggs can be I 'nays I of (.'amp (iol'dLn.tlntl: : \ (;in., wits '
had. at loss cost ? |III' :NV: Sanborn. I Ieten The point we would emphasize hereis here. Ho also made an interesting is a HARDWARE store and we ell
ion i poultry huxbandni'in.. .. .. at the I that any good, winter cover talk. Col. Knight, of Stnrke accompaiiied :
I'ea, \' of Flor,'pla, way. th. bestI.IMII legume or non-legume, will pay 1'01"// them. He spoke on the Liberty, HARDWARE exclusively
1 ,' tliicKn. this! month ..u"nur" s.imcly. They are m CI .badly. '.., ,) Bend question which we all ought to; But we handle EVERYTHING: Hard "'
in i
;, . ,. .
lady: lmc "' succulent ">. fact that wi- simply cannot afford to bi- interested iii.11r.
I be, without them l':tery farmer should, I : Claud flirt wife and children from a tack up.STARKE.
ant to have his whole farm covered I of Hampton, spent the week end herewith
r 'ith a winter carpet of green. The :Mrs. Hirt's parents, :Mr. and| Mrs: HARDWARE CO.
i 7.'i- X17i uaard* will l.e sure to come, in thei A. Lane.
i I.>rm of richer fields,
bigger crops :Mrs. Tom :Mills and children
"d! spent Starke Florida
more prot'its.Th ProgressiveI
I Sunday: in Wuldo the guest of :Mrs. ,
..yMM Ktha: Strickling.ltIt.1UF111I)11'RMS! .
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Take care of the full garden. It i i- -- -- -
: I
M 9tttf7Srj > of the best wnys t.i.. reduce the --____ r 4
'i ily living cost ;' ,' Univei-i
"yth Bradford. < M\ 11.-;Mrs. 1:. K.: ''
of Flo'id'xI'n,., n iii\i: "ion.VUKI.KSSNKSS Baxter left .bur-day I for Trenton TIRES TIRES TIRES
-- .- t"'bit her
-- daughter\ :MrRosetta
1 : :: : KKs.fI.TS: : I'.llis, for a few' weeks
i I IX FAIM'HK: Sumner :\I1d"t'u'isitl' % II I I'hat i I. why we. say. "Feed B. .V. 1 have just I received a new lot of American and Good,-iI: !'
I I I 11 I "IMS' Hog Powder>1' according" to di-
II I .. , turns." PO NOT rKKI: IT Sr.Ol1- For Indigestion Biliousness Constipation or all sizes. Best prices in town on tires and tubes. Bring "
I I'Y. but mix it with ground feed and tires to me.Vill make them as good as new at small coat

I 11 At State Farm, thoroughbred .At State Farm registeredJack make ivoisten crumbly with fu mass..t enough Then water each hog to Just WITH try one PEPSIN.SO-cent A bottle Liquid of LAX-FOS Digestive Second-hand bicycle first class shape rebuilt entirely, $ZO

J I gets :n lie'efitnl dnsr. Ser f'I'n! (''irteton Laxative pleasant to take. Made and
Coach Stallion, services guar- < services guaranteed.: on pnekagp.'tour money had 1 recommended to the public by Paris Medicine STARKE VULCANIZING WORKS

;. J anteed. $10.00 in advance. !$10.00 in advance. if you nre not untisfieii.-Sold by R. S. manufacturers of Laxative BroimJ [
.i VIc f! I Jones( Strke--\.lv.: Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tank.:

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COl' :" TY TiU.r.K.VHl: SFAUIvK. I'IAR111.1.
OCTOBER 11, 1918. - - -- I i II: to 11.,1 nknrwn
--- -- field .,.,. ----I of this paper win talking to him on C,.'mute anal.. :N.. l nul ,me. ,,, l.nt Mnwnnit.ri' I , .
convenimiccs to the In addition a ho received I. K: I" ..-.... .. M4r
I comforts and ) l'ortoRico the streets Mnniluv: evening, '"," ". Sir "'- II -- ?
Uo SingoonGeneral up imvded at
EVEUY1 f.retl 1:1,000: mi--i-j to tm I speaks I \lli.inliy. CoiVitillriilc
OF cannot contiiiinniresignations. "ttt Itiil "
SrilVEV the war I telegrams M
winning three !
gdMi LETE of the Army. The quota required interests of : and! in the Canal Xoiii a field N. 4- .niir, Lot .'? ,,? wH,,.|.1.I. +
.1 I l u(:*l.: IN:" Till: l'ot'-.iTltY: 1U1U being :'' i>,Ann. too strongly empha sized Cut it i mllY director; and three assistants.. These i The situation. is {probably ln" n Sir 1 in. 'Ir ',. s u :_ \0; 1,1 ,nrr. .. ?,. )'
\ by not altogether! an easy muttI'I'to duplicated! in the office of ware .I hnilu'tlni-' "".LIi\ i r 4
increuaing number of nurses prove assistant* must speak Spanish J nl"o'l heir, .,, .:; b
| 4i !I
from sending! un of all the women Flotilla. { i. ililWiit.N' ,"1 I-," to u ri'Ci-nt I appeal out of the country for service overseas collect the names for nursing, yit l hilt in the IMSIof the field direrto other superintendent alone in since thi in. \\ ,,...11,, \,,,. Sir i". i'|,, r, s It -': F: 'o I 1 l
in fur u complete :;ur- the country trained hlulld \ in' county .... ... llnmliy Ci I
in. number needed to supervise in this is I not necessary Ho \1 innn > all who can I ; and I the and 1 it is believed 1 thl' closed last spring, over two tlliRlfn Mtinll rtilifnlvil, HCcoiihnu t
if women be done schools I ntio'M hiiiit cvrl
character '
health can and o"t
schools and public of uiiiiiunl ability ...... ,.,,.,, .
to civil and nnlii' training effective is by personal clln- a man hundred and fifty resignations havicome In lii\\. m, ilocil III\ II. "
-u'g' UK and work in this country to conserve the most way sohction fOI' who w.nilil practically representthe with the 'lluI 11th .Inv .,f Oetnlwr A. I) l'.n\ + i1
nf this country and not by mail in, ul.1'l'n now. wad l II.lull ,
oiis sol.hers' families at home; vasses Ked Cro .s in the /" .one.A WitnmB inr iilTlolnl. >innnllinnnil
hi' Southern Division of the health of hospitals, forwar information.Questionnaires. number of other men are needeiin schools opening) Monday: there an but of SvHrmlii-r. A. II ItlluMI \ 'x1
Cross, through its re- "supplying government will be flll'nislw,1, hardly I more than two teachers ready I T T WEEKS: / N
Ki'il I industries und marine hospital various:; ili-partments" us follows: needed.ha't\ ; .111\<:.\1\. ,.. l'rrl II 1 ,'m,ui, Vr
-jjuintiul :\Iunlljler.1: r. KuRenoV1 : demand the entire nursing each division making. this survey IInll Canteen i': u-c -Foulthe gtn"1 for every three that aie" I.-: I 0 rNm'r
all Florida's\
''anta has planned n com service; Therefore niomplote these questionnaires cover every ]>O- hospital trains front must I.I .. lhfiftythree P .situation in I l K. |>K Kl KCTIONP. 1''

untut Ion to procure this in- resources of the is country.absolutely impera sable brunch of information mil)' men debarkation to accompany posts to general hospitals counties ... tinSlu'ilir ..f 1 llrn.lforil r.mnlt, ,,f tl I.,. f PPP! Q

i* oon as pOR.illl', anti thc census importance cannot lie overestimated be useful to the government in loch Iturcau of ::;UPllli..s-\ man\ to typaper If I there are any counties where usinuliar n., known of KtiiriiliiHi I'hBt I. II ('1.." rrnwfni.1. 8.' *. ?
in this direction\ i is tho ("- tive.. Its the work entailed inprocuring lag nurses und in determining the I' and contract for printed matter. condition ID not seriously disturbing N'lni-v .,f Slnlv of II hiSt liof' M.>ililn, .1.. 'I

,n I r by :'>11'. Black of Mr.: Frank 1 this and census will be, time anileffort fitness for special work. Publicity Ih Ilartnent-Several volunteers the peace of I superintendents, hrn by ..I),,. "..II ir t. Hint niKNKIIVI. I

way as Division Under Sup"r\i the I well spent.! I It I The Southern division has rl'cl.i"I..1full of a literary or 1I,1'l'rUsll1lt'In'nol trustees and school hoards by exhausting will\ In- held.(In: llr:...lf..1,. |":,KfTION',,"nl": '. Stair ,,f l.-|,,,.. yr ; ,a

I. Cursing Survey. I in the interest instructions,. from National He 11.11l1l1l't'rs of mind days and sleepless nights, thosecounties Mil "ti. '1'ln"nnv) ii,..1 .uoc.villiiK th.llrnt Moniln .
t .)f Mr. Callaway and in closer t This survey is made themselves and lit Washington in regard to At'lIlinnlll:; lI..n.lqullrtl'rs-\('- are indeed blessed and thriceblessed. MI \iinlM-r.. A l> l-i''I". ,lluni| | Tumidlyiivintr

,non with th" Division BuNiirbini f the communities on this wOl'k chock reports. and \\'e can see it in no other the ,
for methods of carrying) tail man to over D\Y .,' NOVKMflFIl
economizing : the ITH\ i
l I
I for .
of the )Redo 1 the necessity and for giving and the full co-operiition of the psi insist in the office of the Secretary Wlhut unless action is taken\ at .II' '" !I.. ....Iatlva, ..f thu Siwon.l Con.

August 1918 hail, trims- I practising self sacrifice lie is earnestly solicited in sl"curin of the Hurt-ail of Cump Service:: and nhigh newspapers und all. will be upon themourner's .. . I' .4i, .
Individuals. such ;11>1 this departmentt bench" another year.'l'hr dayis ' f -i' cl lh. t'nltml)
lisle of nurses. grade man in anilmore .'t17' u......I| c: mo 8tm of Horu.1.
iihysicans. clergymen 1.hnrmaeillts.ptc. interview und select personnel for C..lll1n!!. The more progressive : t
., may each help in furnishing t" the camps.Male efficient of the younger tcaclu' ,. ''>t. .a c4 the Si-iirBiiw Court of
the nom<''' an enthusiast is largely the life Ihr Kinti .l I a-\f i
Bed Cross. Chapter : ::;\l'n"j'l'a\hl'rThc(1'! \ whose '
the .... of ihiSUto
, lnnrni
localit and whose loss tor i tae K "ni 1.d i i ""
of nurses in their individual needed\ ) in the military campx. Applicants of our" whole svstein "r I'Uirl.U
while nurses', clubs organizations of between/ the ages of is and .l|" is a tragedy. finding it impossible. Fur i." \I'tnhrlw ..f I II'. I lloiwi- .., IA|.r...eo.

Bond nurses for registration/: hospitals. wo- may be considered'\ provided they nri, under present condition-- get in llvsihools i ,n\m, of' tinstnt. .. of Flnriiln.lor \ . A'
liberty of of 1'lvic..iiiii
Every nun's. clubs health socities boardslealth not in clas' one. . a livingagc.nrc.. many Ihr.* !M.'II..IB of ihn County Itnunl, ofI'uhiir
and charity organizations. of 1111 - -- them. either; taking government positions Instruction I
t in. : ; ; ; :; take them end for the ftil"whiit ,
kinds are also sources from which'ormation .XMK.Mnir.M-::" : :Sl'KCIl. ; or getting ready to Fur JuMliiof.! ,. HUlrlctHUt In- I'l-MCr In: r I
in the varicrritories '" I n.ATIONS:' ; Those who h'Innl' gone th.isfar I .lu tlr
as. to nurses I.ICKNSK:: l Inl: ; : soon. Numlwr Thrt't'. h
may be located. are seriously considering such a Nuinlii-r FmirNumlH .

You HelpsYour It is. most necessary to procure thi>I After diligent und untiring efforts step, ami in a f..wlr.. the situation/ or .r 8ivtnNuml ..1.rNiitnliir . T 1 FJ

Buy information as soon Ill< possible hehe '! ,covering a period, of several weeks, will be altogether" beyond saving ,-r Twi-lvi.. t '
fullest co-operation from eviource ) Federal loud :Administrator, Ilnixtonlleacham repair. There is today a way to 11111'ituIlI. lor <',.n..h',. in end for the follumntf. li.. t + '
I I is earnestly desired nndivision thl, has seemed approval 1 from in the words. of the ancient IP- IMtitilrtM.lz\ : 1 ; JJ

"> Supervisor will greatly/: IIPP- he: Food Adniimstriition at \\1I hinlt'- Hebrew propliet.. "woe be to the the watchman danger - Ntm.l Niimlti-r. nor'ri.n'iNuliilMr -. i 1 x ,(

eciate information which may hi ton to make) special exception to the upon the wall who sees, 1iii.rNuinliir 'rl ', i1
Uncle Sam to knock the"Germ" : sent! him. Questionnaires willIe 'fur wil- general! rulings, which prohibited the and shouts not the is the warning ratificationof to KivNiiinlMr SivinNunilnr }

I lished to nurses and a card! index storing) of cotton seed or peanuts fori way XII of the MiihlNumliir : .. V'In r
I be compiled from these blanks. so that longer period than sixty days. the Amendment to article \<:I'n.
out of Germany.To the completion of the survey it I:i Mr. Ueacham has issued an orderamending Constitution, that will give any county IrMlmony uhvri'i.f. I linv* lirrxunln .itny n'I
maximum county hunt. unit! .IT'.I Ihi. r.n-iit Still) of Iho '
woma.; .C1 to levy a ,
of right
loped that the name every th.pedal:; License! Heguation II Nt Btu of Morliln. nl Tnllillmimi.n. tlm' Culil| J
In the United States who is fitted! fo IX Rule ,1. in this State: so school tax of ten mills. hl' tin- Ivi-lily-fuurlh ,I I.T of Auulwt., A. I' ,1

Our Friends Everywhere..We have the greatest stockof nursing, whether she is at presenthas 0 that crushers nail| others dealing! in As we see it, if we neglect this mater iris ii CLAY ntxwFiiun.\ I. ,

Giveus recently been engaged/: in this wi "k otton seed and peanuts may store or : and do not assist the campaigncommittees iL.! P1 I Hi-en-li..v of 111M'. I

Domestics on hand that we have had in years. wIll be known and the particular fil:: keep on hand a quantity or load of that are (crying out thl'.llInl'r. .In. W .1 hiMM-niiin.: $lu-rllt. Ilrad furl rouiitv. .
the will also be fully ,udcrstood. to cover more the blame for the whole Hood Inrliln ll-e.vl.
We meet on price. less of each one cotton i1'1'1' or peanuts ..
a call when in need. can you !. than the sixty day period. However nr disaster that will follow will be onus .

amendment exception does not the press' for we are the NOTII OF IIFCTIOVVVUKIIMVS. : I
MuslinsCambrics25c30c35c.Sea this or upon 'Ihi1 citiBlnliiri-. of I'M' ?, nnilnrhi
Bleached WORKERS: FR'TIIE HEn elms:>! apply to crops grown outside of the watchmen upon the walls, and theprnph' ConBlitutUin: of 1HKB. of thn SlnlB' of -' ..,- .

Island 36 and 39 inch 25c. Mate of Florida but applies\ specifically rightly look to us for warningVolusia till\ did |,n.. two Joint Iti-Dolutli.nii |>roKlnirinii.hnnl ,
:'J7, ., 1 lo the CoiiBllttitlon of tho State
Florida, Record, Sept.
poor to County
the numerous and solely grownpeanuts,1.l
to .
addition nnwriiil lo l.y
In ..f. l'I"'hl", and tl," BIIIIII- \1' n
Canton Flannels, 30c and 35c. the Amoncan Ked Cross is! sendingbr II Kit ton Hlt1'pdrriil .(|. 11*1\ H. ,..i.liof ilim-nfllm of all ihi ilict,1 -
is all we for service, there has arisen II Fend, Administrator Hoach- .. (In each himnillmt: thi vats on and\ JointilixoliMioti : t
of A. F. C. Ginghams -n,1 ,,, ,.tiiri.l. lhr. | nnnpg.m ,
About 400 yards I for I special! interested andparticularly Sincere (IratitudeMrs. 'r. upon
huge enouuh neod irl mil hot-lime iicmnnnlly' JiMirniiB. with th,. >.,.|M and imy .
have left at 25c next lot will be higher. I workers in this country to make it Ill" artier when it was report \Villi.ini Hell l.oganxport) Iml.writes .. "m- th.. v did iloti'iinioi-,| irst Hint the
I to organize a now branch, of t IIi I'' .'d J to him thnt; t growers hull plnnti-i, ; ,l! "I 1 ileem it my duty tll epresny { .'11'.1,1,1\ llrnolulioiiB) li .milmltti.| |n limn r
weary :
Denims .
Plenty of 9-4 and 10-4 Sheetings Tickings i eparlment I of personnel I to sUI"'I'il I 1\- nml vvinhiiiMttinir, im-rruscil. iirrmiri" gratitude for the good ('hunbrrlain'' ?. of. id i'is', stui 1,1, ti., N"
Table Damask. end the recruiting and placing 'or + of pp.inutsunn- Of then luivinir\ ?? ('..Ii.' and Hmriliocii, l KenieiK' b,,, <'I iinii-initi': 1. i. u n.vv THAWS.intiiiv '
Cheviots Silks Serges Suitings I their workerIn the Southern. I'' '"ntinrti'd ilininir" the ,pull, months for ne when\ I hail a severe attack of dmrhoen 'I'. .11)1. " ,,f Mintp ..f taw,! flllll ,,f 1 5

New lot of Crepe and Georgette Waists {i"ion.; this work is under. the direct,,1.l I the "'II).' ,..t' thi'ir, crops to ,'ruollI'l'| s.' three years U III. It wa- the I ony / I Inudu'l., lii-nl.v: ::: gbr M. KI.Kl'THIN nollrithnt: /; nI.KNKIt
recei' "
of .1. W. I'earse' who has just ll'iidfiHi..' filiations,, whichvin< medicine that relieved me. Adv. ill I-.' lii-lil) lo Mh ronnly" In VI"'hlnI
I from Washington a list of positii ns made ff.Tti\i. on July, 1st.I monlh.n. _ __ __ ._ u _._ 'liu-Bilny nisi Biirn-i-ilinx Ihiflr>t VImlny in -
male workers in this con lifter, of thiinntriicts had been\ Nn' .'nh'-r, A II I"1M, thr. mil.I Tiuiitlnv MnKFIITH {
German Propaganda to Horn In 14 Days
that "Prop" in now open| Piles Cured 6>> to Inn hjr
Shatter Il'la..I. cni-hiM's, could not lay in IIor
: try. If PA7O OINTMKNTfnllnIn ) . 'I\V OK NllVFMIIKI:
It will : The largest need at present is. I IIi f 'rir<' tod lv "r peanuts or i-nttn'n midlS Dnl9gisuirrhlmlmnnry tunIn: .hinil:i : Blind::: flli-i'ilinu' nr I'riilriiillnil' ; I'll,.. .n,. iluiiiiinriilliiii l or rili-i-llon of Ihn sold 1 1j{
with Liberty Bonds. in the camps' and i t i: itf the fact that many of thin ri-lii'vi-n It, hang I'd I ,-, and you inn, IMri'Htliil ..hit lti..olul' "'... i.roinminu' nurndmanta inhi
igh! class men | hold liiHliimly:: ncru unlit thu: host Ulwlkulliiu.: 1'rli.i lulu ( ('..".IIIIIII..n of the HI... of liiriiln. ,10 : I
bei : flldl ilil'. rOI' big
avail stations, 1511:: of these nIt hlll protatud ._ - -- A -II.INT II.: :..\.I'TIOS
before doing your to act as field directors Il l ul in's. Thi In tarn pr.'vl'nll',1 the farillmer 1'mtioalnu nn Vn.i-nilini-nl to Hi'i-tl.n, H of Ar.
pay you to see us \ anted These representatives. \\' ;: f"OIlI' consummating "1I1..s. amid + + + + + + * * + + + + tlrlr x"I I "' Ihr '''"''lulliin of tinSlnto ofluriilu /r

11'1' direct contact with Army Colamlers 111- the whole .rf'rl teas 10 rnitsr groat + MICA; ; NOTICKHI I Ile;:i: it: Ili-milvi-il Ili-lnlinu:: :..l.y to the filui-nllon.; l.fulxlnliin-: :: the I Elnlo I i

buying. and, the heads of large! bitals. .,5de, i. .o'ssum. "mnllir the It'ro".I.... as, w"11cl + + + + + . + + + + + + + + + + of torihi' 'For
- -- --- Th"i"lh'.: ; ; nmi'iiilmi'iil, of H,' lloi. a.,
I They must Command the resp' Ins (he ci, ushers.J -- - foliowlnir I
SaleIleteby I I' Aitli-l h' XI of II,, |-nBlll.iiliin of the' ;
,f and be fully fitted to mingle 01, |J gWifan ,", 'mod.i.i-taoishrdlcmfwyvbirk' \ otniiiisMoiicrx SlHlr' of I'loii.ln:: K.-lulinv; In r.irnllon: l ti .. I,
J. W. MORGAN basis of intimacy with such men;; u 1 ., notice .IM given \that under, ."nliy named In mid .h"III... Biilinlitrl In thu.lii'oi. .

I must have tact imagination, dIe'l'tinn l s' '1.\ HI-: \\r.I: 'I i \\vTr77M7N" : \rmsOn and liv \I'.III..f: eert.nn, decice' ofpartition I .. .. or Hie 1411''.. fur ii.loplloo of Id-pri'in-ntnllvi or rolwllonHi .. -1.

ar.d initiative. II '1111-;: W.\LI.S' made, and entered. 1 ill the eircult I In the InInIll nijil m ui-niiiil Our ".Hi-HInn."r. A I) HUH ; thnt IB to .1 .
::::;I court Cor Itriidl'ord: county. I'la.. ..n. 10"1' I"1'1"' M "f Vrtli-h., XI of. thK 1"I '!
l i the 'Hih I inVplemher \' u, Bllliitlno, of thf H'"Io..f 1-li.rl.ln iiini'iiik-il. .1" .1 'II,
. . -- --- .Inly ll! The JJccord; gave its ihanceiy Billing, on .
-- - I sons supportmu, the T'nJill; (1'11-1 :' A. I II. )Mils! HI favor ,,.f Wul, OM In, r 1 1 nil, H nn. Kuril folloWBSictlon roomy' nlmll I...> 'llIlr..1 :' Ito .

'stiiionil Amendment in time tri'neriieloction Ire Underbill and| I'. M.: Pudeihioniplainants. n...... nod railed nnmmlly far tlw nuiiinrtf t f ,'I
Nuvemlipr... 'nill-1 t ;M.irv (I'll u.. ,imlillr fru-. M-IIIH.IB thi-n-ln. n lilt' nf not
to )III' held! in ,' ; !mid) lII< I 'J
... thni II,.,-.- ni: mlllB. nor mom than I. '''i .
Mild then and. w<> way nnvv "no duuh ,,!lerhlll. II. U. Underbill. |1I..IIIJIII"lhill.! | ,II.eta, inllh ou, the ilollur ?? 1111|| t.,1,1 prop' 'r "' I' .
sumo will not airree: with t. yet| W", i l1tnh.rlrill..1. I I.. Underhill" as admminndirhill "- Iin tho _nm.-. .
\ 'lull td.tini-| .IOINT) Ri( '.:: l.tlTIOV:'| every one should Htipport' an.j , .1. I.. Un.lei II'i A .
I l"1"1 '". ". ( ''''01111111. .r '.
i. IL|| Undi', I
vote, tor. it. rator of the estate of \\ rioiV.'ii"1

:: < \\ I II., n ihi. President of the Unit.. hill d""II','d. and, | in |hi, K (1VU ,right HiIt R.-.OI..I, Iv the (....KlBlntur.of. th. 4

;if |I, p.nises.' in the| midst 1 of tin'. Mirah Underbill: (Claia t'io1r( a iinn.i" I 'l'h"lo.l '.;,... It.r.. ;' ; fonilBtllullim i.fJin 1
% 't t pnnsihilites that hIlV..I. und 1. C "'oar. ,n" defendants; ., the inlir Artu-li- .
i I'-! Slide. of |Plorldi| , I h. mi,,1| ihr. ."m. IB hv- iby
r l .. mull" thud tho man who I'hllhnt of- ,.igrieil as cnlniniHSiiiners, will! nlfmd .' <' nini-iiilnl, ",n i,., i.. end .im followB-

Ile r li"" . i address to the American pen sell In fiont. of the south door ...t' I Arli.l.XIX.. Hirllon I I Vhitiinnufiiitiiri-., "
tCJ 9J I pl.' "ie stntenient that hi- ri'trnrds ng < Ih I ,. courthouse in Stark' ian' durinhe t'. I .Hh.. linrli.r Ihiuorv or. i-irlmniii-mil lut.nlK.-B.of( nil r nlroliiillc 1 vlii-lhi-r, or 1I t t

-i ., ""I I only, to the vigorous prn ."I1I legal l h.II..f. sale on ;Mond.iy.( tli.. IIUIMIB.lnoim or. xminrut. h<>r.-liy\" fo-mrr

I Il..ii., f he( war l(, .I IIV, I 11.m..I.ill.1'. Ith day of November: ; A. I II) I1MH! to. Idnghest .. |..rohllll.l. In tin- Sintiof' Klorl.ln. I'xci'ut .at.cohol ..
; bidder.... for cash i ill for m..II t h. Mc-orvation and development! .f I lull( best I and wlm- for Klii-rniili-lilnl |iuiii...'H ; Olin
/ tin "i-titutions, that hove made lie hlln.l. the following. described ,propel, Bnli- of which nlrohol and| \vint- rut> tl/ ,. t urMIBHB -

1 { wS F Mi'' ." i n. \. hafe nnd efficient in .AmeiicaIi I II ty situated and lyin ill lirndfiir: > nforiinii.l Bhnll, hr n-KUlnli-il. liy .
think for th.- of l-'la, 1-wit: The East 111111'| I 2. 'Ih.- ,..-.,loll\lnr. uhnllnnct iii't.. '
I nine, we press (county, . for i-nfon-i-mi-nt of. tl,,. pnnlB.IOIIB
I.J"I e' I., to Iw.tllhe, 1'resuli'tit's wII.I".1 .I.r Southeast) (Quarter, section. 2:1: I. anVest nl.liIIIWB of thlB nrtlclitl.o -.

Ian.' .I( u ly and bate to impress' upon lh"1 \ Half of. Southwest (Quarter' antoutninst H,<- 3. Thin nrllrkhull. B. I-, n ilfictin

.5 pi' 'oli,. the r""I>nIlihility., and tnn. < I ( milter' of' Ouaier. II,. Unit tiny rant rtf In Juniinry.rompllntirwl'l,\. l>. I,.hail M* |.rl-

. them to mi-Pi, it ly 'prvxervitif.MI (' \ section. LM.: all the above! describe. I past| .TinvnU nini<*nltni-nlB. and I Onriinnui.......-iliTli,ru. ,
=-- J I" "t"llIlinl the efficiency of lliosi. mid( .being. in Township d.; South K.IIIK: .j."O unit n-tnrnB, thin',?. Bhnll h, il.Jrcled

S 7tty1rJt'lk)1 ..y, 711F a sir .....,./Jwl 1' v. iv i I inhtitutionH in Florida to which :!!1 J Last: containing 2nd; ) acres more nr. lo II h... cane\ hv r.-KuhiilonB taw for. nut ri-Bt) t tf?i<
.yy 1 Hi' resilient I" in a puulilie' letter now less; also the North Half of. Siiijiheiiiuaiter t Stiiliof .)i.rlht.,'

l'i ur'' sent over the country refers. in < and Southeast of. SiiuthiUHiu.irter 1 IN I-'NTIVtriNV: Wllffiltm.Ill' '

i ih.I nation, our public nrho..l.t. But < section I 18 t, township (I H..uthI."t. ', hand I hnvih.roiinti I end nlHo-,1! the art ?

I I 11''n' rally, mid that we do not un'I"-1 fange \>:2 : ,containing 1 IO: aero" ISF.AI.: ) my liri-nt: S.iil of In,. F.II.IP ntKlorliln. f
,1.1. the State press' has paid little. 'lore' or less nt Tollnhiwi,
le c rw .1. M.: Alvarez T. .1. Crillin; J.: \SAndrews. ', UKI'miltnl.. Ibex Iho twen.
has .
1 .. .yII .' ' n'on to his words and givenq1 ty-llrtli\ day l of July. ,1. Ii.II .
r' ,, I Ii', '. notice to a vital ;issue that is i I.e. ,\ S" .. Commishionersi. . II"1. .
II,'! ', r. ihe people' for consideration and . V. I.O.SM: ; ;, I -'LAV I (0.5Vt.',)Nn. f
j K !I." ' a. the proposed' ) Constitutional Solicitor for. Complainants. 101DIM. -::, 5.9.110! of tltn'' i

ailment fixing the maximum. - '
i m Thil.efis. ) Til II'lt-r, TiriK: Iii i. TO gl'II I' Tin F
/ > levy at ten mill. IN rii(( lilT coi'iir..inriici F.1r.II IN 1'11(1'111'1' fni'it.JIIOICIM. '. 1.:11111'1'11
Work Mean / I|I'l.' . .' redlined that the whole t'durnf Life th- MIA IN ANI |lint.|
faring IuttAI
Does Your "> ..I I system of Plorida is IN ANn lolt .
i ,I" critical situation in'Y.I. Inn CUIJN'1'Y. IN HAN rlft r-UHN'iy. IM/ CIIANt
I'jJtY.f :
. rSiiy.R :
i. "iter, demands of very ""rlll. he, Dvnnnril. I II It. ), Dnnnanl.
You? 0 f.irced.' iipfin' demands mint. I Complainant: Complainant
i Anything to et and met today, and yet the VI i v.
2 i.rlita I.IIM.I A linmlKrntir.n C i. 'Inililn. nn.l 4 Iniinlurntlun C.... t
I J 'f'' that during the previous year I fit at,. I ..t 1.l,. 777 '
i, .1.. en found sufficient for the sell tteffn.liinijt." IT ..,..n'Ia'
and one works J -.lur.L. TYt" >> OWIKT. lULL y) QUIET TITLE: ,
hard no
farmers who have worked I ill! "in not onljt wopfijllv u"dequnh| .. r. n.I7nnil.n': Ott. 11'iH.hi.. 1"1'1.1'1; 'lo Hi. unknown. h lr.. devlma. irrnntrai. '
You what does it mean to you ? ill/! ;alKolutely insuffieient to menicipable If. IIIIIH.' .. The ". '" land 4. ., . mid iHinmhU of. ihnmiih end under rinnmmi
together your property, d., .ii.inds. that prneieiry .mwiiiv. n cnrloratun! W. H. ""' .firJS". I Hrynn. ili-ecmn-il. ., duf.nilBntn. whiwo rml.1IICIB .
harder- to get I school hoard is lining, turnu1. "..r.l M. 4hn.on. John Al.....n,|".. '" nri-. unknown. i
and buildings your crops, your / ,. .r"",.*.. I.. f.:''..'. John ri. F...r\. J..I || Fart',. I OltEETINIi-:
your farm heavily in debt und under. ont W rtt t...".. """""'I C. In. .l.ihn r Itllr,, Yet .1.d. each uf you ar,. l .r.l.y' rrnulra.t. ),
Your property home -all of these laws, may next yi-m be f".tI" .i \tr6rnnre.. FrBB'l '. Mefi.ll. Frank! .1 In h.nnl appear befora th. j.nln of til* i '
farm implements and, too, your -,. schools, shorten t..rm. Mfl.ln.hi-y. Tlm,,, W. Pit,.. (' hurl.R! ,, lirrult. iiurt for Ih* Kluhth: Jii.lirlul Clreuil : ?
stock your have done. many that i" .. fltnry I'. TrlmhlP. iin4) V .1. SMnmnkn ",' 'In and for Hrmlfor.1 I (...,,?Iy. nn the y
and of work that you 'mate progressive features .,, ... "nt"' whii<. "..hl..r' > a nrr wh um aim tiny of; November J"I') nl th. CuurthaUM +'
represent years years / promise of putting our shoal !: ;! : in told County, to "".w,, r n Hill of Com- '1
I the result of your work comes ,par with those of the most prie ORKKTINCto I'II..I ruhlhHiHl. Hunin.t you. in unlit court \l J
that enjoy as , end. earl "' """" Krl' h"'l'V rrnuirrdto It. I. linnnitnl.Tho .
i issi '
The '
/' Everything you heroic soldiers and sailors Southern States with because the I 'I must bi met. nnd. can-itI throng. ( cur 1h" f-i"1':, I'"' Judicial CIrullI il"ili.n it..,l .. n n. wBiwpvr In whleh this no- t .
I to you and stays you and the bloodthirsty ,itifii-ation of this amendment. i OJ' .J .,...... amt for It..oIf.1. | county, on. the Men) Bhli IK- ,IMIL-I|, luau| fur twelve eon>u..utlva t.wmka.
between you oIn "nl"lh-r. 1"1"' at I*" TourlhouM..nT .
of Uncle Sam are standing 'inut. indifferent let, disaster con l'i' "f. ? 'to '""w"r hill' or ''..m. .1/ h. IlIn,", .1.| .,-ili.l .1| In the Hill of Complaint t
I t I"1 us and then regret( and hnwaili In jtonn.nll"1 h'lT'Y' *"" 'In "*''' mutt II' In th;. r II.i .. ih,. niltn which U wiuuhl to yerr
murderous Hun. ., the folly that will destroy\ our I It Vl. In limit..I IIH. uxiiiii. t the mmvr ilufi-nilnnlB S
Sam does not ask I make unsnfp th'. The. llr Uncle .cfficipney and
from you, ol I "".luniilril. a. it ""w."ol"'r In which thl. nn.tie. K.i.:'' ,.f '.I'. SW1 of NI'1 : UK: of 8WI1
To keep the Hun away LEND "oerncy, of our future. The pros! shall In' ,pul'lleh..d. r..r eight c..n..utlve ;" NW'h "' NW's.'; Seetlnn 5.
I He simply asks you to / I lorida and the ul.le anil patriot' w..ka ,,V'W.; :.: 1K'Rrctbn, 4. T-.wluhlp I *.
a single penny. hand unit the .. .1) Of "Id n I 1, r, 8I .
GIVE even wordof / editorial pnllelesI WITNESS: my :.. llh.,; KlIOKV 2J K.IWt.: Alan loll '
you to and he guarantees on his "' vvho direct it foi.rt lhi, ihn 'lint. day of July |i)|w. I I. ., mil. il I (or W'/j of HW1 of NWUllin. r
good interest I Iv realize the vitally. ,ritn-nl fina-- W. 'r. Wf.EKS.; H. it. Ka.Tll.
money at (ISEAI.i ,d) Hlrk II. 14. 11. |U. It. l
I him your been broken to pay back I* situation that the offiei-rs of the Clerk Cln-iilt, Court. Ur.r"' '".'.1' 't. Nw" "I *'' "t 8...linn a.I ,
that has never C'ounty, f" ... Said |ot.. ,1
word Who hair been charged |,y the! 9 I ", ,,.hlp H. South, Kunn .: I:: .1.
honor a / ' the' .... ..ubUii.
VtCOM.IJM. { t
O. 0 ..1 1 (wing u tart .f i np'' v
conduct, 0'
lend. .plo' with the i ffu-ient. Joc."vll.1./ .. .
I on of acid ( 2
every penny you schools are ,unul.le to provide nrt -Io.lIello': for Cnmpl ln.nt. *." 'i.. W.ITNKS8: : my nand ant l tl... lrl| Of lajoirt
I I / Kihools. i-, the times domnr ... thu the slat day| -r ,Lily. 10IH. ,
is answer ? "r snrii K: 1.F vki'i IATInNvolt tAT fH kit 'NI:11.: W T W):UCH.
What your ? "i' I i as the I're-i'ler.t" : n ks. but even Il" I NIM| sN T/ON/ n fl" I all the LIBERTY BONDS you possibly can 0 .' 'I I schools n< we have had be foiI I.A" flF FLONInAhr. I'.iitiiy. Florida

Have you bought 'i I great wiir i 'atie to America. ", "..fie.. I. nl von that I.. .,. h"! NdlI'ul O. O. MaCOLM-M.

I I r high ,,hoot and gramn... rIu... r ,,l I... ...I. m-rtlfte,,!,'. ? ". ,I. r, ,, rrpr J.ek.I1., Fl*.
Bonds Today; > schools I'ura'' .. y .r,. t:.4" and 50 I..,,. ,i I' air T.. lohrnor! for Complainant ft3Ut.Norirr. .
Liberty 'oN. for ate' .
0 Buy "I r',,11.|.i- fir Hm.lfor. rnty. I ' ? aeh! --
I '. iols, prm 'ipnl and ten 'hera for hf ".,.1. n-rtinenUiii hrlmr, dated 'h.! llh Jay I IS.c

Any Bank Will Help YoueMWWtaKV '.i mcies therein ran scarcely Jr ha e"ndleao..>f .,M't.'mb.In.. A. oinw l>. mid.\noil has hiss ,I I'I, rut'.... 'h upl"i',. moriln after dada hereof I will,Hunonbl prewinlTV t

,I'lvuherP. Hut' worse thsn that ., .my ... .. withlaw l l li .. voueh.'n and anal amount I" hv
I .1. far w ""'. '" laaur' 'In "" "I IIMttOCJ.only.
the War by wxxxx xx. '. a.-hers already employed and exl..ael raid wrtlfleaim mpiM-t, y umhrea.u' (i.,... A. iHinllnt-r, County Jmlur anal llm.hlinre .
This Space Contributed to Winning" ., | for immediate opening, or i! .. followln Ah" ) Un.N' In lira'|'',',)' I' unly, Klfiril .. I hniolntrntar l.rl. ) Not ) .....i<..,| m the date of the issuance .r *B
daily. R .
t. J t""s 4.. 'sihool are! resigning .ueh rtlHiato In the "am_'lrriiln ,' Ifnd..rhill. ll *e.ftB il..
mail rcncheii/ 'Het.and hut probahl .ri.r nurtwulnrly set forth to-wit:, Thai, the nth tar ef Auviwt.NI tat"It.r.: .
COUNTY BANK brings Superintendent., Sheppard another vniner. N,,. 49 .mb'...* late 8. M 9, to. J. t. A'lminuitrator.UU.UFOIW a yf
BRADFORD rs.lgnatlnn.-While' /: the- -edito. II. IJ I In Woo.II.wn. See. is, TP 0. 8. R 2t -0-6mo.




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'. ..," .. 'J'H'I1n! in our community. I I surely Tie( Anvr'-in' people} have, I Knu'-a In Its lack of Keeping up the I ing reading ma". ,
: r-- -" .' ""'- "'" -----..-----.; ( II. :'Woodard., whll is learned bv hue tau what n LibertyLosn lln"s of communI< nil on )between the the trenches IK 1 In ,, 'J 1 h"rr"!:
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... ........... it Johnston,, home and c "r ."
" r- . -- ---.. Camp/ came means, whi>t It will do for the Jewish men In the trenches an efficiency and ,,1.i *"!
fr I I lay on the account oi'siekne i I country and what It will ado for the training camps and the folks back prising' even to tho-.;! 'eh|, 'j i a1s! "'I
tsic .vial he nt home until he is -ho ar,
Items 1 1I. Misses (;ii-rtnido, and Elsie I man, whether ho hii faraler or mar bornE< .1, In touch with the M" ,,;" ,,?," "clp"*y '
County News brother i I Bert, spent Saturday ohant or laborer, who saves hIs money Believing] that In the straggle ( The American I.'vtr-' ; \'> I
I. it :Starke< with relatives! I and lends ft, with !interest, to morale against "kiii'iir" the Americanarmy which has shoulder..f! v,n r'lt' :
I" -. -- :Miss Mary Ashley and Uncle Snm. There Is really no reason bali every advantage that will Jty of collecting *,..k. rtrotlp: ,

,. U Gathered During I th; Week 3;; :: :M., have returned to their I why one loyal American should Insure success the Jewish onfanl/a-! and newspapers! hy 'ih, ? a"g 1IIIIto
It Imt r.stln, Facts Worth. Ga. after a few days! vi have to chase another loyal American tlon Is, making 'Its chief Issue. the every city and town. . m' /)' \
I /: Regular Correspondents. with their sister, ;Mrs. S. P. (; all over a ten-acre field( to uk him stiffening< of mental and moral flbre! country Is dlstrthm .r"'IKhoUt'
;Miss Kstelle Wuodard was a to df his duty.It the soldiers of the Hebrew of tip.
among quantity reading! .
totat'kt':; Saturday ?? ',.,
Is believed that 'In this campaign faith. The call for workers Is urgent men In France throng . 110 '
;Mr. J. Jones, of :Miami, wits ) "
-- ; :;; : a much greater proportion of citizens I and rabbis professional men, Journalists I A., the Red y 31. '
I Crosi.
selves to Mrs. Moore's horse and carnugi iness visitor here a day or 1 K
IIKOOKKK) : : I IBrook" ( . I 'igb'u
to use for their wicked purpose, week .11,0\ voluntarily to the banks or to social workers and others are Columbus and the Sah '?'',? I
". Oct II.--Quito n few of | then \left it louse somewhere on the :Miss Heudiu Croft was u vi the committee and make their subscription I entering the service of the Jewish I Arf111
/ our i-itixi'iii motored! over to Stnrkr .loud. The anima{ finding itself with- Starke Sunday to see the .. dlr' ,,'tly, obtaining; a LibertyI's'n Welfare Board l to make up the 400workl.'ra
I' Sunday to yes war relics! train.! I I out u driver instinctively followed the ;Misses Kvie und. Cynthia I : button and thus declaring they needed to fill the ranks. SIX Y. W. C.ESCAPE. A. WOMEN

Messrs. Gaincy and I,. T. Ostei-n ,| road home. Coming out of the church of Starke, spent' Saturday' hare done their duty to thrtr country.A .
d1 motored l over to Ilumptun SaturdayMis's and finding their horse gone, the IUI"101' : guest of relatives.Messrs. great many of our citizens hara F FROM ROSIi
Iiii nig-ht. I volunteered to run after the : Raymond! Thigpen registered( for .;.he new draft, but they AMERICAN SOLDIERS
for left, and Han-I ace Bryant, of Orange Heights Atlanta Ga.-The
;\llIul.hllw::: left Sunday dall carriage just press realize that there Is but alight opportunity mx '
"Five Mile sphere she will teach\ this I to service to catch up with the mi Saturday afternoon and sent to Russia a yenr 'IICtlltlr' ,
I rl fall teum, l but ;Mrs. :Moore phoned her KII1R'I I with relatives and! friends. of their services being actually ANXIOUS FOR BOOKSAmerican Young Wo'men'fl Christian ago 'It k I
k In the It would! be an i ilion
und ;Messrs. G. W. Hinson and II. : [ required wnr. Amp
l Mossr. Morgan; und II. I'. (Gaincy; band to meet the horse to organize th.I ,,,
w of Jacksonville, lire spending this week )It back to town, which was done. Fortunately I were business visitors to the excellent thing If these men whoso ", jBoclatlon r '". s
t T done sent :Monday. names are now on the roll and who tn Polrojrrnr'/ L, ,,
.l here with their families.Messrs. no serious harm was! I Library Association Providing !;
doe' Surrency and Ernest I but n careful watch is being! kept und, i ;Mrs. S. Woodard, was n feel sure of exemption because of age! Reading Matter for. Boy large cities, hare ess apr.i| hOt: It,
Surrency, of Adol, Ga., spent past of the perpetrators of such outrage! in to :Stnrkc; Sunday and while or family dependent or disabilities On Battle Fronts .la, la the news just 1'0'" < ,. ;
last week with relatives in Alachua. the future will bll given the full penalty visited the Relic train. would consider themselves, even now, The whereabouts\ 'ii..,. '111-
;. !Mr. and :Mrs. Pettit and children, of (i of the law. ;Mrs. T. Itensley and I "In the service" rind devote whatever the ocean men had been unknown r r mai@,
I Cooler 1'ond, passed through out townSunday :Mr. and ;Mrs J. C. 'one and children have returned to their home at Df'Bptt. the fart that Whether they were. .,. h.
of their Income they can spareto I 3r
part taxed d"
visitors Lnw Ga., after n few days visit transportation families are being
I enroutu to Starke. of Urooker, were to had been a mere mart
their i yf
relatives lending/ to government utmost the task of provid fT7B5Z .!
The ( friends of :Miss Edyth tey Saturday. I to the
I ; j Warren many of Jacksonville, arc very sorry I IBurnl'y:: and little daughter Miss :Minnie Hngnn went to ; The war l tli costing the United ---_..;.... .. .--
t to hear of her illness! with influen/.a- Itlanche, of Jacksonville, were visitors. one day this week where rtates sixty-seven million dollars a -
' I pneumonia, but we hope her a speedy nt the home of Mr. und :Mrs. 11. R.Knpp spend a few days. day. It Is our war, our war bill, and ,
recovery. I ::; first of the week. ;Miss Amie King returned It'll' up to us to pay !It. i
"I Lem Anderson, of Cooler Pond, was Mrs Colon Miller and two little children home at White Springs' Sunday
,,J n business visitor to our town Satur- of North Georgia, ive spendinga noon, nfter a few days visit
few weeks here at the home of her :Mrs R. M. King. LIBERTY LOAN AND
day.Dr.. L. I,. Lamb, of Wuldo, attended parents, :Mr. anti :Mrs. Jesse Reddish Me srA. Ben Hall. Kilmer
RX1Nl 'JfRltE
ll the Fourth Lilierty Loan meeting here :Mr. and, Mrs. I'. L. Dinkina I and little Arthur Bennett and Calvin
Wednesday afternoon. I daughter: Mildred, of Jacksonville, l tended the surprise party at SAVING STAMPS NOW
a Ernest; Surrency, of Adel, Ga., is are spending several days here with Friday night and reported n nic
"pulinthis week here with relatives. relatives this week. I ;Miss Ida Ashley returned I II
Il !Mr. :Currency:; is waiting for his call Mrs. O. L. Thomas was n visitor to to her home at Worth (5n., UNDER ONE HEAD
1 to the colors. Jacksonville Saturday.Miss I short visit here with her I

Miss Victoria Douglass, of Aluchua, Kula: May Sapp came over S. P. Gufford.
pl'ntIonday; here with relatives. from Jacksonville and spent :Sundayat :' Samuel and Percy \
Messrs. A. A., Marvin, Lucian and her home here. I, visitors to Hampton Saturday.Mr. Atlanta. On.--JoR."h A.fcOord:
Fred Hazcn ull motored to Starke Friday Frank Green, of Jacksonvillespent : Blunton Owsley has governor of the Federal Reserve Dank RIGHTJust
afternoon. Sunday in Lawtey at the home of Mr. : home from Jacksonville, and of the Sixth District, has l.een appointed f
r Sumner Andreu and sister, Miss and Mrs. Charles I Dinkins.L. ,sent has n case of Spanish chairman (.f both Liberty
r Blanche, of Bradford, are attending L. Sapp is home from Jacksonville I Miss Daisy Moore and
Loa and War Savlnm Stamp;
I'' school here this term for n few days, suffering from the are spending awhile with their I
until school at Starke I I'OmmlttflCfl for the district. The ob
Albert Shaw spent Monday in lagrippe. I| opens
i Gainesville. Mrs.' M. G. Lan ford und little I i I :Mrs I). W. Moore was a jest ,Is to bring about more thorough

Several:; of our people here are very !, ,daughter Zelda, are visitors at thc Hampton Saturday. cooperation and coordination of the think what the Government
ill with Spanish influenza. i home of I'rof. IInll\Ir9., lilackburn. After I,),!, :Mary bought a little bond. I two big government revenueprodueInn
.' :Mr. Dency) of Danville Ky.'n spending several days here the visitors :j Now don't you say you movements.
here attending to business Wednesday.I)i left for Jacksonville to join :Mr. 'I For every time a coupon's ,I The two orp.intzatlons will ket r is doing. If they had not

.1. C. Cone spent Wednesday in Law-1 i i I IIn ford, who has accepted employ- It makes the Kaiser faint. their! iifpnrnt.Individuality' aDd tin
,' ley. '!]I, nu'nt there. Mrs. I.angford! is a sisterof Mr. H. E. :Moore and fixed the flour
j ,
r Hurley Andreu, of Bradford was a Mrs lilackburn. mooved! to Jacksonville, ' i 1 (camp"! ' " *>" rnncur.paralt.! \ price on no f
'n tt11,1., rind the offirers
visitor to our burg Friday afternoon. ::111'11.1.; I':. Edwards: and, daughter, employed. l I 'r1M I
-- - - ---- "' rend! oh l"MI 111TfOtRtn\ their would be bar.I
F I"rllnkllIlphu"R: of Bland, was a I I Mabel recently, returned I from the! we paying $20 per
visitor hl'reIontlay.: mountains of Carolina, have closed 111)| nest.
Jesse Shirley, of Jacksonville, ii their I.uwtey home and again takenup FARMER TO PUT rel for it. They are fixing the I
t. spending the week with his parents their I'vsidi-nce in iaincsvilli1.; Mis-
4 here. :Mahi-1 I is! receiving; her education nt the, I BUILDING MORALEOF
1' Lucian Hazcn motored to Lake But- High :School; there shish will necessitate I' price on upland cotton, and we
id Thursday\ morning their spending the winter in the LIBERTY
t :Miss Eunice Ilazen left :Monday for, College! City. Their host of friends in mm TROOPS I think they will take up and fix
I Tine Hill where she will resume her Lawtey already miss thl'm'l'ry much, ,;
.position as teacher for the fall term. 'but, wish them well the
( :Mrs. toy Godwin and children, of \1'rofessors Blackburn and Kutchwen OVER 10 ? Work Of Jewish Welfare Board Pro.l'j price on sea island cotton.

t Tine II ill, were in our town Saturday IIIIMIICSS' visitors: in StarUe: one, duclng Splendid Results InCampa

,t G ; afternoon School is progressing nicely with a day Hutler this week.lilanchard returned hopie and Trenches The A. D. Andre Company,

4 daily increase in attendance. from Jnrkvr iville Friday morning la.t I Vn 1111" I.n'\: work toward I
l lien Crosby, who was very ill last sulfering with a severe cold but recovered A t1o.. '1. O*.-The Treasury Por4'I u '\/lIt.lnl'+ the, !t. .t Inmate uhf t,4h. of Raiford has bought a large

1, week with influenza, is able to I bo out Kiilllciently to enable him to bu meni of the fntteil Sitis; IK < / ,' \111"" ai:' ., ,, In.'n., ..ItI". ,

I again.:Miss :Mae demons! who is a teacher out.recovered.He I.1 will remain here until fully I IIIK upon! the f.trmer to put the .r,, \ al". R. II'I I'' e .r'..III"h by.l '. 'r, ., stock of Dry Goods and Genial:

in the Waldo High School spent the Miss: Florrie' Terry recently homo Liberty U'fui trluinphantl \ 1 .
week-end here with her on n visit to her parents, left last top In the South, just as he I -- - Merchandise and they are goingto
'f and Mrs' .J, A, Clenions. week for Tampa on u visit to relatives ''
pllrentsIr'l I 11*' Third !Loan, when the '
Phillip! Crosby is very I there. A recent letter brings the news i per" fix their
eJaLHSOKVIII prices they
w"IIllIjl.Vt' have not that she has been' offered n position i j cf subaertptloms from the so can save

I cause of his illness. with the Tampa Telephone Co. and ha.-, Irkt.'IIM very !high, the I
'Dr. llishop, of Alachua, made a professional decided to accept it. Her many friends .I I I' ,FIA their customers some money.
call to our town Sunday. in Lnwtey lire wishing her nil success scribing to bv Car the .gre.ilor ; b
;Mr. and :Mrs. 1 I. W. Pinholster Jr., in her new position.The the issue. I RTIN'
t and I Howard:Mrs I', S. Colon' and little son 'first of the four Sunday evening The card system to b. used %% Esc We carry in stock a big line of
1. were visitors in the home of11' special revival I services announced JOUTHERN KTABUSftfOSffP
:\ und :Mrs. II, S. Warren, of ('Jayno. for the Sunday evenings in Octoberwin campaign will\ enable the
ttOt/Sf White and Checked
and the ; Homespuns
, h Sunday afternoon. held in Grace; church Sunday night government to keep ,I ,
Mrs.; L. T. check the .SE a9
I Shaw, who has been nn These services arc being conducted by on subscriptions I Ifi.
r inmate of the (ininesville hospital fCl'1 Hl'EVl nI'n in nn effort to bring" thus every man 'In the country, and JfMe I-Rf+IM00+M.a Outings Scrims Flannels Dress
i the past few weeks, was brought homo )people together and win them to n 1 pry occupation. The Yrr.',Y ell Ca..rRgRnw5ith ,

. Wednesday. At last hearing she combined! effort to lay n solid found.i- anxious' that every citizen .IThe Ginghams Poplins Serges Silks I
" I'' very much improved.! WUII// tion for n two-weeks'. meeting in No- I least il few liberty " ,J li I Miss Lnura.,. Lewis, who has vember.' The pastor is preaching some I who are shown on the.record
i1 I,. seriously' III, ior tile past week is somewhat of his strongest; I'vnnll"eliOticIrmon"! ; hare invested at all will be I Crepe de Chene, Plaids for Skirts,
I improved lit this Withstand I
writing nod feels that it is the duty of every Strong the Heat of
f I.V.. rinholster, Sr., was a pleulnt ,,- member to make an effort to be pres I solicited. Summer Better Than the Weak : and for Laces and Embroideries
/ visitor here Sunday afternoon. ent. The : ; Reports from the county (' ,
morning !
A. B. WilliR'ivE'n Old people, who are feeble and younger proplu
Shuw of Loan
; committees
Gainesville Liberty to
spent over to the Sunday school it be
I are weak will be strengthened and enabled to be
i Sunday here with his family. ing Rally Day and n special program Wardlaw, district executive" I the depressing heat of Bummer by lak- we cannot beaten.A .
HiJ) ;Mrs J. W. Surrency and children, of was rendered by the children. Those and .1 St. 1''nll'aJe, I II GROVE'S TASTELESSchlll TONIC. It purillei ,
Graham, spent Sunday here with her 'present' said the meeting was n creditto publicity, lodk- t a absolute : inrichea' the blood and builds up the whole ays- j
pUI'l'nt.11'Koadmiistrr. and :Mrs. R. T. O t'en. the little folks aa well us to Mrs. I I for the Fourth loan, dvnplte the . EIfI'CI.You can BUc.soon (...1111 5 S. A. Bryan and !Master Mamie Lou Edwards: and Mrs. Even: ,
er quotas assigned
Ciirpi-ntcr J. I... every
Winters were out Monday d"n.ho.
superintended the
work. Ribbons and Dress
canvassing. the employes of the The Womens Christian Temperance "Oir people have given their I ,

Seaboard Air Line Railway in the interest Union met at the residence of Mrs. 10;. and brothers to thin war,"
of the Fourth Liberty Loan. I D. Snyles Wednesday afternoon. The "Do you think they an not I Buttons, Mens' and Boys' Hats,
Three .
hundred nnd back the boy. with their
fifty dollars were ladies of the town up
are urged to tnke
....... suliscrihed! hero by the emplo 'l'f(. nn active interest in this very necessary "Our Southern farmers, too, Why Mens' and Boys' Suits.
of Private Henry (;JreenVt work. been tao bt the value of bonds
\ > regret to chronicle the death of :Mrs. C. yIa'o: Investment
daughter/ of ;Mr. too. The other
i len llenry Green; green, who, son live of near Mr.this and place:Mrs., Al his and :Mrs. J. II. Moore, of East Lnwtey.recently . I were campaign of education, Suffer ? All kinds of Harness and Sad-
death onI day visit to Isn't eo nncmsiu-y' now. Every

I C., Fuesdiiy ncrurriiiK night( nt, Oct.Camp 1st Jackson from in-S. ;I morning hCll11l'foJkll.11'from; Alabama. Mayo arrived Sunday who has a *on4 or two tucked Mrs. J. .\. Cox, of AI. dles and a nice line of Furnitureand
coming to escort ,
Murir/a-piiiMimonin. He hud only been his wife back to their home ifl. his strong bon or in the derson, \V. Va., writes:
sick a few days here two days. The couple, remaining , anxious to put a few of the "Aty daughter . suffered I all kinds of Stoves. Good
His father who issue beside' them." She could
received n telojrrnni on are well known and popular here, terribly.
Sntiirclny lipforp, stating the serious were married Christmas and their i The campaign!: t>r the Fourth not turn in bed . the ,I line of Tin and Enameled Ware.
1, illness! of his suit nnd he left immed ninny friends were glad to see them will continue only three weeks, doctors gave her up, and '
i\ iately for the bedside of his son. Upon once again.! They left on the return &pUmb.r3S to Outober 19, we brought; her home to
I arrival he found his son was beyond nil trip Tuesday. Within that tTnio each county
aid and dying. die. She had suffered so 7 pounds Green Coffee for $1.
I was The grief-stricken There will be preaching At the Sax- state mulct' raise its quota. It will
father found it necessary to get home ton !M. K.: church Sunday afternoon at hard work on the part o( the (' much 3t..time.; HavIng -
IIH curly ni possible on account of his :.1 o'clock, conducted l hy Rev. Alfred teen i. and this will be made much heard of Cardul we
Y imysicnl Hrooker condition and he returned to Kvemlen: of Luwtey. The people from for by every man's making up got It for her." We are going to give our cus
\Vrclnesdny. The nil
body of his round lire urged to come and I
eon arrived. Saturday afternoon anti in bring their friends nnd! mind what he San Invest In bonds
are also invited tomers good all of our
terment took place nt New River cemetery to be nt the revival service Sunday I meeting the committee half way a price on

1 where a large number of relntive evening! in Grace :M. E:. church Lnw
( and, friends gathered to pay the tey. CARDUI goods, for we know there is a
f last tribute of love and respect for the .-- FOURTH LIBERTY
r yornjr Minn who \vn held in' high it.UV.MM TIIEKESSATheressa shortage in the cotton
by nil who knew him. Before crop.
goiiv -
;:::d", ,, to cnmt n few weeks ago ho united. I . Oct-11.--Saturday night I CAMPAIGN IS AT ,
with the
,I j I I tor On account the funeral of the River service absence Baptist of the church pus I a of pound:Mr. and party Mrs.was A.given: L. Sullivan nt the home in ', The Woman's Tonic We have put in a nice Meat

until, Sunday. Oct. 13th.The : was. postponed honor Horace of Messers.. Bryant Raymond, of Thigp.Orange! nmid The Fourth Liberty Loan e "In to a few Improve days,"she began I Market, and carry the best Butter

florAl (llr"rinll'1'' many and Heights. There to give! American Mrs.
urns quite a crowd prr- every an Cox: continues I
t beautiful' the .bereaved The community sympathizeswith sent. Several games' were played I after to toed to his own government no trouble at,, ."and. Cardul had I and Cheese. We pay the top
family in their sad which I
I hour they went into the dining! room to wU the war nnd drive the j cured .her, and we sing
of I
. affliction. Ho lenves
' his departure his to mourn where -upper, wns 111'1't a late back over the Rhino 'Is now at Its praises everywhere.'* I price for Pork Chickens and
several brothers and sisters besides parents. a, hour. they ill-parted, reporting a goodtime In every county 'In the star* there t we receive of many thousands j ,
number of near relatives. anti friend. Messers.' p. |II. Neal nmV.] :M. Ubortj- Loan committee every year, telling letters of the 1 Eggs. Com to .see us.
----- ---- toy* energetic cllltDt' who are
t v Brown1'1' among\ the visitors to good Cardui has done for
t.AWTEV Stnrke :Saturday.Mr. ; ortbtnx' liberally themselves and : women who suffer from ...
: S. U. W ollarl. of Jacksonville, eouragin' others to ubocrlbe. complaints so common to
Lnwtey. Oct I I.-While :Mrs. .1. II. spent Sunday night. here with his It ,Is, bettered that the teak of their sex. It should do A. D. ANDREWS CO.

:Moore and, sons were attending revival I 'umily.Mr. taming iub crlpUiui* ,iil: be far ,| you good, too. Try
services at their church last! Sunday I : P.V.. Moore nnd fimilv vent ler in this loan than In the pAst ClrduL E-77

i evening*, pre some! nmi.malicious!">';' 'I", 'person-.. . or' -person r-- tn... _!Starke, Sunday to see the Helic spite florin the every greatly Increased ( I- Raiford, Florida 1tf;1
zone, and ,
rand of stealing cane, helped them-i We have u :ew ass: of Spanish 111- =
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