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: November 1, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04679
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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..t in Organizing Kitchen! ClubsId. For Tune I.o..t REPUBLICANS HAVE WON' THE DAYS llf CondolfllCI tO Hll.ltlM'HMr. U2.000; ( ruder CiillivutniiiIn k

John J l'{. of Lake '
Langfurd But
!.. Nov 4th the board of cuun1111' The board mot in regular l "ionei-9 was called to order Monday, Nov. -1th, with Messrs. T. B. 1 lor, has received tho following letter ,, , hot'ticiiltuie and live stock ; py ain
,airman S. T IJowliiig at 10'' Pinholstcr, J. E. Douglass and J. C. IN FLORIDA STATE-WIDE PROHIBITION WON A SWEEPING fuim, Lioutonant (!. I D. Adair I in ,'11111-tot I' i imaiul I I'.riidfotd county I hind I that there

m., with all members pres- McRae present.Minutes of the machine gun company are" I.I.I! : ;!" acres of farm lands, with '}'
-witJ. J. Blackwebler, J. L. of last meeting rend and VICTORY-SCHOOL which Pnwito. Neal I Langford belong-1. <6J.3M7: cultivatod dining' tbo year 1917.! ,'

hilL R I J. Andrews! II. L). May approved as rend." ADOPTED BY SAFE MAJORITYWhile od at the time ho was> killed in battlein There were 21.001: acres planted; to / r
of the regular and special The petition from the negro ",'hOOI'' France. It is a tine tribute to (iitnrndford 1| ,corn with u >'lold of 27.1TI:\: biishi'ls. or '
jutes patrons at New River refused. county boy who gave his life about, 11 1-5 bushels per acre. J. 11.
1 g were read, approved and The board appointed the following ,! .returns are yet incompletefrom and the other to raise' the maximum for" his country: I I Williams, of :Stiuko; \produced. 600 ,r
1the chairman in open scsnniis to serve as trustees to fill the Tuesday's elections throughout: ....hooI1l1i11l\l:',*. The prohibition amendment Company i D, Third) :Machine Gun |bushels on 12 acres. this being the "

terms as follows: unexpired I the country it now seems certain that seems to have swept the state\ Battalion, Franco Oct. :3, 1918. best yield, in the county. ,' I
ioner May asked for fur- .L F. Kickliter, District :3. the republicans are again in control and the Behind amendment is. probably From : Commanding Ollicor I The outage and yield of cotton 7 4<

m to report upon the petition M. Z. Sullivan District 1. I congress.In adopted\ by a safe majority.In To11': : John K. Langford Lake But- shows. 11 maiked, dociease.. 18,061; acreswere 1
V. Holder to have his name plac- G. W. Hazen District 9. Florida there was no oppositionto Bradford county there was no opposition lor Kla. !cultivated! yielding .1.6H7 1-:.! 1
on the pauper roll. Upon mo- W. L. Harrell District 14. the democratic nominees for state to democratic candidates. The Subject : Private Neal Langfoid.Tho l. I,I bales This cotton was ,sold for $1-
urther" time granted: offices\ and the full democratic ticket county gu>-e a majority of 12 for the
I The board agreed to pay 25 per cent I I writer does not feel that bo condo :-11,082:! ( total ). 11.\1.: Hruwnli-e. of
name of Ervin Higgmbotham of the salary for time lost to those was <,elected including four members prohibition amendment and a majority justice to the late Private Neal :| Starke, produced 12 bales on 10 acres,
nlered placed upon the pauper send of congress.. The main interest centered : of 35 for the school amendment. The in, tho
who return to duty if they will Langford l. u member of this orgnni/.a-j I this being the highest yield (
d paid $:T per month. the superintendent a copy of the time in two constitutional amendments : vote by precincts table is given in the accompanying Him in reporting: to you the manner | county. H..J Andrews of J.llklIut.. k'

icon signed by J. S. Griner and so lost approved by the trustees or supervisor one for state-wide prohibition : in which ho KB nobly anti willinglypaid ler produced 150 bales This was the
asking that the name of Mar- of their school. DETAILED KETl'RNS: :< FROM TfESDAY'S: >> GENERAL::< ELECTION:
JL Donald! be placed upon pauper i 1 2'' 3 I 4 5 6 7 \9 10 11 I 12 Tot! | of his country and his homo.I < . '4j ; g
as presented and upon motion pca4O DR4'4ft . FOOmI 'For Congress' : I II'rank I I j lRI; I I On the morning of the 18th of July, The ,acre-age of sweet potatoes was .
erond it was so ordered and that I t'llIrk \ 3I1: 121'' 111 :12: 4M 1R3 22 37 32:! 16 22 7 your brother, in connection with this huge, but IId"I'rllu'lIlh'r conditions
paid $2 per month. END OF WAR SEEMS :NEAR' ,., .\Ity, .nt'rall, I/ \ I ISwearingen \ I I I company, moved forward to the at- nindu' the yield h,h poor. The averngiwas N
,II I of I). E. Knight for notary ,.. m I 351 110,, R :25 41) 181 23 28 1(1( 201[ 22 li5:1Ju" : 'taik against the Hun in the historic per acre' David I Olll' '
presented and approved. *> Berlin Nov. 6.-Via Lon.lon.An .-"* SUI' <:'tl I I I 1 4.1\\ I IWhitlil.loI of the :Marno, pressing forwardto of l Hampton reported! :tOO S hushi-ls to
was valley :
109 10 27 1H W 22 li27
101 22 41 :
33 111 ,,
jt<> pension claim of !Mrs. L. A. Alan I! official statement issued here **'I West J 29 95 Iii 21 ::17 I IRa 21 :2 W( Iii; 1221 .181 I the depth of about nine miles. It '! one aero, IIn.1V.. B. Brannon, of \1'alos- 4
*' today I IIilitch I 1 tine 200) bushels to one ado; these
was presented and approved.j says It It. ('"m. I I 37\\ I wait there, close to the village of .
moved fromy "A German delegation to con- a:1': 101 H, 19 :II'! IHI: 20 : \ 21 14 20, li21 h'illtho'/ highest yields.
| Campbell having *, elude an armistice and take up Burr I :301 010 19 37 151 16 37 :23 11 12''' :21\! \ 459vlem ; en-emy I Tho acreage of sugar rain, Is increasing '1
his name was ordered dropped .. negotiations has left for '" / ( I and the production was medium t .
roll.motion peace or )Leg. I\ 2)) In the dunging of this position your
\ pauper .. the western front." ('rtws! I 1121' 1161 102ii' 411 1111 2-1 ,IS; :2R 17 2:11: 588.u brother, foil. He was killed instantly.No average' being 1-3:\ barrels per
.rr of Commissioner Un- .* oi- Crcrnr; I : 112 37 171 26 IS: 27 1:1: 1.31: 211 1 member of this organization, was IU'I"V.. :M. llnrroll of Brookor produced )
I I the Newmans children were s Will Accept Terms .' I County ('0111.' I I 104\ 251 hold in higher esteem by his comrades 2H: barrels on one acre.The ;
I upon pauper roll and paid $5; Montreal Nov. II.ThIon: Brooks I 27! R6'' 1:1: 30r\ 1R 110 17 27 27 1 I .1 21: 3Hl I brother not only for acreage! of oats field) pn IIn".h.t 'p'
onth. .*> treal Star this evening publishes Roberts 2111 10': HI 191.1 103 15 25. 27 1 .1' 21 ;: :I 18:1! :I than was your \',. beans show a sharp docrcase.However sl
Reddish I! ::18, 78, "I 19 In 114 15 4111 221) 1 I'' 21'it ISO: I his unfaltering courage as a soldier,',
bill for $5 presented for work the from Lons yields were re- II
followingdisplltl'h Lisingstnn 1 71 17 15 200: 13 21, 22 .1 20, I 122Reynold' : hut also for the sterling qualities hoi some '
iln. road by Pete Graham by ref don: .;', I! 21)1 74'' 71 17 50 114'' 21 :! :21 25'' 21''' 116S'h'H,1 chiiwod II"I man among n1 en.7ht I ported. L. I D. Green, of C t ark,, pro t : t
,. Commissioner Black'welder, j i.' "Semi-official reports declare ,*. Board I I 51 1\I II I i writer suggohts that you writ Major, duced10, ) bushels of oats on ono acre; '
Il.ud 1 over until next meeting of I 1.J 22 II 42 '. hitch, of Rniford, produced! :30 + ))
a.- Powell :30h: R' lR 15 107 :! 211 ;; I 11. C. Earnshaw: Pluttsbmg Barracks,,, O. I- I I
board.e I. cept ,. 1'lIdlCrU I 21 122'' 01 221 1:1: 01 U 41 :W; :2; 71 21 181 I I N. Y., under whom your .brother. served bushels of peas on one acre, and 1.. C. j 1 1
| hoard appointed the followingd I'inhol..ter4\ : HO !91: 51 101; 21 28 24 13 21 :l\:\, 121School I:! Fiance I'r,.>t"tt, of Stork, produced :28 hush- "
1 1Amendmrnl several engagements in I
HIT I persons" :National' ai!' delegates Congress to to the repre-38th 1' .. 4t4. b oo. PO'i_ Ow4Co4. :; I I I I.I i I 17// I I I 1 I for in information cencetnitug. the gallant chi acreage> of rice of l'i ico on is a increasing.quarto 11'.1.... The I l

I' For 0 27 10:1: 10 30 18 0 10 20 :3 J 11 ) conduit of Private Liingforil, inpii'vious I
liiadford county to bo held in t'-: 75// )1+ .
251 Imttlos France.volt
A'ruinst l9 11 :3:3:) 20 101 R 7 9 21 :IOH in
Ion'Ides Fla.. December 3.0 1918! I Ilmcndment III f1176caringtree' ,
\ l'fOhI"n I 11 will please' extend my hoiutfi-lt tnoalilc-, t there being !
1I0w I The churches of Stnrke will join in I' the and 5,691!! non-boiiring .1' Y
i who such, m I county
I t to the mother' gave: t
input by
Mt t 1 and 8-T. B. Handley. a union service Sunday night at 7 For ::17 l dti ::1 R I ,21 t 115 211 2!) 10 U: : 11 ::11H fo}brave' son at her country's" full.G. trees, 21 ,92I!': I bushels, wore produced l! f
ll'' .t12! and, 9---.!. W. Townsend. oMock! at the Baptist church whore Against I 27, 73; ,, U'' 22 301 111 8 2:11: WI 71 I IJI: 319! I a ;. D. ADAIR.1st. ) One priidut-i-i, ' lepoited $6,600; riHt-ived, 1 ". 'P

!-I" i t- : and 4-0. 1-'. Rit<'h. '!' the congregation will be addressed by For Constable I illtri't No. I, N. n. Davis received 2M votes l.iout.. Inf., U. S. A.2'10.77j from" about 1,000 t trees. ): 4"'fist'
|st> I! -C. I., 'a' speaker for the United 1 War Work Pats constable District No. 1 Ii.; J. B. Sapp received 1115 votes \I' s interest ill and the care of live '' '

n, 7. 11 and 12-L. .\. Campaign, which opens :Monday .J. E. I 'owlinWII" elected constable lit Raiford slunk is iiipidlv growing in Brnlford, S.f . d
: i 'io in: 1'\1.1.1':11 i :
/ / MIN I : <
n i l ,count'. On ./Julv I I. I'M8'! there, were i 1'
I alhoun, demonstration agent I Ith REVDY: TO llt'Y: POTATOES BEI'OHI'onllIIm: ) : : :: : aisrrinriil.1 1828:! head, of horses; 87 bond of colts; 'f

unty. came before the board I I I Lit: I Ill-nil I of mules and :30 ln'inl" of
| ri'iuosted' that they assist her in 11| II. A. Shaver owner of the canning : I 11 ill Only Haveto Furnish node ,.,,Its. At u conservative estimate l-
( Our Over Here 6-
n' 'nag kitchen clubs in the several plant in Starke, arrived a few days [ Boys, Over There ] I 2.222"jrtJ: SelerIsDraft I how> o'anova it h 'l'.H,1ir: t I: On

|ciral, towns of the county. Third 1 ago and i h now in the market for about I,, of the above dote tin.,le were 23,3.r: brad 1
after" considering the propoli'I I' 15,000 bushels of sweet potatoes. He calls for the mobilisation of stark" en ttle. native Ineods." Placing'

''I motion and second, laid it I would like to have the growers call on Pvt. :\McDonald! hm written Frank I K.: Bevill('. Truck Co. 2, 1st I 2'.iO,773: :! additional men at army training , those, nt $20:! per bond which I is! below, t
until the next meeting, him while in town and make arrangements I :Mr. and :Mrs. J. F. Kickliter that C. A C., France writes! the Telegraph : camps 1 before November 21 woro i their 'miiiket value, they are VM>rth

hi hoard adjourned until the first .' for selling their potatoes to the he has arrived safely over-seas.!' I "1 assure you that there is not n homo announced Saturday Washington $ 167,00)1.; )
iilia ,m December, 1918. factory. Corporal Willie llendry has made n paper vent to any boy in the A. K:. F. 'i'by Provost Marshal General Crowdor.'I ; '' I am glued to HIIV. to the credit of our
W. T. WEEKS I sufi1oyage to England, according to that i is ,IIpprl''int.llIny more than the I Between November 11 +and 15 it wasannounced I ive dock (Commissioner, l..1. Wynn yI
Clerk and, Auditor. I INFLt'EN/:< :< VPPEARING. : : good old rattle
Jack Telegraph in of these are
a card written to his mother, Mrs. by me. Wo are for general service will1'lItrllill I, that many droves f
-- qualified
I Howe.h i having erne fun ovor here with tin.1Iluns. ; I'dipped' ' M-gularly and, that duriilK) thel rtvvelvc
nit; S\I.F: or IIIHJSI I The influenza epidemic had. suffi- ,| :Mr. and. :Mrs. D. J. Russell, Worthington and I Tool sure that it want takeveiy making the largest single( clIlIiMIIl'11 months preceding July/ I 11)18!) ,
under. selective service 1I.t.Th
i ciently abated in Starke for the school, 111"1" longer lo I'lonin Vm Jonly I about 700 }bend: died 1 from d'sense M
have received over-sea card up. Nov'lIIb.r'toInl.
.. an ,- remainder, of the '
r I r ei; int.m '> to last :Monday. Thl're'UK not a '
'. to
open "tl1I" I <
and to WI regret
from their grandson I'vt. Levy O. ;Miss IMnn: Baxter received letter oxpo'.ino
:,'.l').( full attendance, but it is expected that a HO far as uiiiioiiniod will be made find that there lire" only n few thor '
Witt stating his safe arrival. NdIth from her brother EldoriBaxtei.
t -'" he'ne' of our leading all the pupils will soon bo back in their | Ion,I : of 1 up by negroes. for ontrainnient, November "uJC'hb".1" rattle ill the ,';,lInty.I r
Camp Atlanta
Friends l E N. Coloman of Camp saying 19 to 21.
I' I R.i !
'''un'j ("Commissioner places.Only I there
that July I.
1 ho 1 find, cm
;' Stuart, Newport News Va., will bo j was and getting along fitl<'. With assembling of the men provided -
I '. "I i L.'co] Butler, rec'ntlyI a few: canes of the disease have 1 She also hail I were :33,572\: :! hi-nd, of 'bogs; in the earl(1- '
):I glad to loam of his from annttack from her rolativos. ill these calls! at camp/ tho totalmoonier
I ,(ir'oacls of hogs for $3.000.: .developed here during the past week recovery Curl itv I ; diirmir. the your IrtK.; :; died 1 from
and HnmVlrl.
r.. I.i .,' about :JOO() head of the hogs I and none of the patients have been seriously of influenza( ,' who are 1 of men inducted into military I I disease. Nearly all! of Ihi-co died l from
.. :Marcus of the U. S. is. "Somewhere in Franco. Curl was! notso under the draft will have
: 1I"lwn. service
\ brought" an average of $1 l.i; ill. Conditions in the rural sections navy well cholera. and while this Is n ilenrvnsnlover p; It
home again brief furlough! and ;in when ho wrote, having a bad oil the : < mark and the numberof 1
h d The bu.vvr paid the moneythi are also reported as very much nn a a.IIIIO.fllln I precious' voiirs I woul.l) urge' this T '
cnld but Sam
i at the faim.iirmer improved. Only two deaths have oc- ': making the most <>f it, having/ goodtime of health. was enjoying tho best men in the United States nrrny in : raisers to) vnei:mute more freely., Perk!
with 50 u're"f | | 111b"II"/ production is
|il I n ruisin( head of hogs Not the week. The first of these was a |I' I.uwtey. i litho: '--. S. E. Jones, of Sampson City, I than 1,000,000.) being rotated and farm- 1' 1
') 'hi'1' things that hi an imifi colored tenant on the Brownloo plan- ,' :Mrs. A. B. Shaw, formerly of Brookcr hn- three boys in the service, :Men, who registered: September 1-:! Crops i is more are"" intensive! rn,.d 1 oxtonsiva. Ii
, now of Gainesville, received a writeof. them us follows: Please find under the net extending draft age limits mir
< i I. !JIlt him $ .000 tation, who died Sunday. The other "l, Our, furmei, :iie ""lj.lI\,' tnk'ng up| tni-
.. was James B. Browning n well\ known letter recently saying that her brother, spare in your paper fur a few words will make up the largest: proportion .ll 'aarii., ".' ( l,
citizen of the Wateroak seition. Mr. Private A..1. ('('lIon. had arrived! from m''Y boys over in France. Franklin of tho November mobilization ns I I MVI, ..,.n..I'| \ ,i.RMKM.: : ; II

Browning died :Monday morning after ly in France. I', tree Jones says there U plenty 1 the ,eligible list remaining from pro I I. '"","II "I'.
i lengthy illness with pneumonia fillowmg i Dn\e Hall, of Camp Forrest, Md., to d" ,uv <'r there, anal' (Berry: S. Jones i duos registrations largely was ..x- 4''
an attack of influen/a. spent last week at Brooker at the bedside says> In. 'm well!! and getting on fine luiustod/ by Ole (October) calls hough/

.-- | of his father Mr. I D. hall, who Howi Pop Jones is in the Base: llo.s-! Hit /October mils wire suspended because t yl
I :'\(, :, : J dud Thursday night, Oct. Mint. He'I 'pital! a'' "Pump Jackson. S. C., seriously of the influenza epidemii" .

i iri L1.1111'--'NCE:< ::< : ':-; ,I returned t<> ,'lImpIronday.; ill with' influrn.a.I'm nearly all have boon reu i..sued, ,during III- 1

rr Harold Pearce, a 1.iiwtf-y soldier buy ,mis hero have heard! that I.anierDruki the last three weeks In states! when' 1
*a +, t y s 4 \ it will require. some time for the who ha1- )been 11.,rionvly ill in Camp d'hel ii few clays ago in one of 1 the. mils have not been reissued, met,
1Y 1 r 1 idditir.nal! certificates to ho mailed out Jackson ('ilumbui.. S. C with influenrn the a'wi, rumps The deceased is well ,inlleil, for ramp in October W''i'I ;I1 I/l I

the several thousand retail mer-, and"I' fi"mp'!"<,,itions, in reportedto known in Starke and hud many fi.i" mis 1 I b nvi' with the men called for th 1

'n. "ts !in the state, it has been sug- he Improving -ett,-fn"torily. who .IM' pained' J to hear of hn death.. 1 1 "month Calls for additional men to ,

iriited' that the merchants may find it The Teli( graph, .-. ,in receipt of a card I Sergeant, Alonzo Norman of Camp, '' train later this month are in prrpui'' ' Ifl

i ,,ury to sell only a two weeks'' from Pvt. Wm :S:. Bailey: Co. B, 51st. I Meadi; .. Md, has returned to duty t i on.
rJ Reg. France, his thanks af-j I White from South ""n
'" I Ij to n family at ono time untilh. i-spn-ssinic i tcr -funding a furlough with his registrants! .
new certificfintes are received. : for the copies of the Telegraph he has !I eats Mr. and| Mrs. S. J. Norman par-ofthe states and the camp to which th v
Otherwise the dealer may run out of 1 been recph'lnaI I Vanderbilt section. Sergeant'or will be assigned, and Melec-ts fromother
niraretife; his additional supply can l Raymond Hess another, Lawtey sol-1' man has been in in service about ix-'I I|'! states who will be sent to :South !

4 '.i o obtained.The I d nr hoy only recently arrived ini I teen month and! this was. his first fur- eastern training camps include:
per capita allowance for sugarhereby : I 1 Franco, has been hoard from several i lough i Georgia 5,000. Camp \Vhoeler (;ia, fr'f. 1 iI

incrt'ssed from two poundsrhree i j times and reports being in the best off; --. I. South Carolina 312 Fort Moultno I
'd< month. :, health and spirits, and having 1line] .S. C.
poti per person per lABOl 1'I' 'I'llI1l0.U AND:< BRIDGE: 1t
The allowance for hotels and public, time with every comfort that a soldier FUNDSTo Negro/ registrants called include

i '--Ian-. is increased to three pounds for II could! expect. I Florida Ii!:32.!: Camp ;Meade; 1,890: ,

each ninety meals served including !I Friends and relatives of Percy Me. the Citizens of Commissioners Distrait 'Camp Wadsworlh. t
!, "'igar' used I in cooking. I Lood are glad: to know that he Is convalescing No. 2: Georgia 1,000, Camp Wheeler, ju. I
I'\T. GEOIK.E, : H. CKOSIil) Any person may purchase a thirty from an attack of the influenza South Carolina 1,110, Camp Wads-,
.,rt"I'mll.t"r i clerk stationed at Nor- days' supply in the above ratio at ono at Camp Jackson. He was just I urn advised that Mr. R J. Andrews worth; 2,000 Camp Scvior; .179 Camp
''k. Va. lias been in the serviceFebruary time. | recovering from the effects of an op". has .tat.'.l that he expected to expendthe )i Humphries.'

I 1018.! I* a ion of | Retail grocers and proprietors of fl I ration since he had been in camp when sum of four hundred dollars, which -- -- .-- I 101(1'01\ W II. W \lN1vhthGlll':
i" and :Mrg. E. L Crosby ofT. public places! must make application, | he was taken sick with the flu was plaeerlin the 1918: and 1919 budget l- OVERS'BS: | ('RU'TION 1'O FOURTH 1""UlII) II. 12lth Infott. 1-1.: .\. 'e'
:. ... Robt. Blanchard is being heard fromfrl"lul'ntly LIBERTY LOVN:' OVER: $866,000,000;
.k"l'. I for increased allotments through the for free labor to the time of : !1'.0. No 7II."n! l :; "I Mr and :Mrs ,
county food administrator. from "SonvwherP in . '.\ "ilerc.ikM'PEM .
<;. \\ \\'uill"ri.:' l In :
t 1 T. ELECTS OFFICERS These new rulings do not amend or I France." Robert also reports good the Miration of hi. olllce on January Wnihmgton, Nov. I.-Tho Fourth ..(.tioll.
| abrogate previous rulings relating to 'hialth and fine times and hat -..nt his 1, JI.I.! and if the people' of his district I.JI'rly Loan was ovcrsubscribi'd by sti

'I.' (oral Woman's. Christian Tem- and: governing manufacturers of ice !label, to Lawtcy relatives, |I"".'-.''nlof for- p'i alit this it w'11', 'lo,ive mu help- nn.i ,than '(0,000,000.;'; final report I IU I:. 1-\\: : I..
"' Union held their monthly meet < ream, soda water soft drinks!' bottled n .,ird to its s if.. return attai, h1 I to his loss t. r..alr1',1< and! bridges of i!! r no'meed' today by theto,'t" iry ,,
( )I' times :,,'knjfi- bringing gi''ts' of the of ' i i l'' '.' ''i -Is one mi"i, ,nn Ii
1 ["noliY: afternoon, and electedor drinks! !, candy or other manufacturers. pi .that trict for the balance of I i 'Ii'v)) $ ;.H'III'I. KOi
the com.nff year as fol- ,; J E. rUTCH lo\ .,, from h'jme. i(year I '. except:' n I can do so' with Ml fi dc'ral\ reserve districts ., r1Lscribcd ,,, (founds!- ".1 i n ,, , ; and front 't'f" 1

(I'r', dent, :MM. F. A. Scott; Administrator, Bradford County. .Mis.I T. It. Shirley, of Brookor, re0iMd the c<> acts, and t is imp| .,'-siltlo' for ,,}, the Atlanta district i :n h- i| daily: for. i :, Torturing g..t J "l"k.. ,.4
,I f'n.j SH n-tarv Mrs. J. F. .-- a letter from her son, D. P. me to / t thorn 0I' anythu.g like all n" ITS] I 1"1' cent of it* nuot.t The chard -il, 1111'' ,.r p" sent is i// .dd.'' 'to

. ,Ki.: .,r '.\ I 1 i1., Treasurer :MM J. F. Kick- I have again assumed charge of the France, stating that he was well and t-hort time they are allot('.) to me to and stool first in the Jilt Richmond and the fni.,: .ID of the pu! lie III cooperate t
ir. I C mmcrcial !Hotel and will appreciate having a good time liking the country ork. I was Hi'tond. fully' by easing IIn./I .' aiding' In
I'ir I' : :yhe past year this organt.n !- the patronage of the public as heretofore fine. lie also said that he thought I nm giving this notice I in time that i I this form of waste from, thi,' ",*ch'.nhave ''
has made a very creditable I will! serve them in the future I they would soon come home and then HIP people of his district can protest i Mrs' Will! Barrett of Ocala was the mild! .it necessary for the -
owing: having raised and used I have in the past. he would have something of interestto against this practice if they care to. i guest of :Mrs. A. Z. Rdkins, during the warfarheadiiiartora|' here to renew -

" IOUS purposes the Bum of $59.75. K. R. PREVATT. I tell her. ,I 118lt. C. A. P.011ERTS. I I week. its appeal.The .


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West of the :Mouse the Americar AMERICANS: : :MAKE IMPORTANT: "nemy predominate. by capitulation<"
first army and! the French fourth army I GAINS: OVER ENTIRE FRONT: With Germany's allies vanquished gle feat.'r which means Iv'

Stands Alone are following! up the successes ofI I and forced to accept terms for a cessation The terms ,
Germany ; I Friday German resistance before the Tuesday-The German armies in of hostilities against" them tantamount acceptgary : t
Bulgaria .
and! 'I 1
Americans collapsed Saturday afternoon Belgium) and France are the only ones to abject surrender, the die
all these ,,
and the Americans reached Fosse left of the Teutonic allied group which is now to be cast in front of the states i IIf p \
I and advance of more than four miles are under attack. And they are beingsorely Hohenzollern dynasty. The inter-allied' posed upon Germans 01
Peace Likely Any Day from tho positions Friday night. Th tried. In the Italian theater the conference sitting in Versailles has less powerless severe to in rendi'im-, "

j enemy is now behind the Freya position Austro-llungariuns, utterly crushed drawn up the terms under which Ger- in the fur distant resum.f'll h. 4
I and the Americans are pressing having lost thousands of men killed many may have peace and the indications -V i
-- them hard.November. and 300,000 taken prisoner are standing are that these terms will be no
'I bewildered before the victorious! Sleep and Red.
less hard than those imposed upon
'.. AUSTRIAN'S: IN DISORDERLY i has mado upon the world at large. the clash 3 between is the first American anniversaryof and Italian, French, British American and Austria-Hungary: Bulgaria and Tur One of the most ,
FLIGHT IJEFOKi( THK /\U.IES1 Everywhere the enemy is being defeatod Czecho-Slovak armies. Respite from key. insomnia and rest)),
the Rhme-Marne;
German along PlTil
initially. In the Alpine rcffioi canal on troops November 3, 1917, American punishment was! given them Monday I Forsaken by all her allies, Germany ion Take one of t''
f .t. 'rlllIy-More, than 50,000 prison- whore the natural barriers had Acted and! German patrols met for the first afternoon at :3 o'clock. Northern Italy the power that hored to be able to lets immediately aft.
ere have been taken hy the Italians,i' ns bastions of defense, the enemy line I time and thenemy was worstl'dt'STIU again is Italian and Trent, Triest and dominate the world by force, is at the if you do not rest '
I British, American and Czecho-Sloval has been broken at salient points and' I other places which the Italians always threshold of acknowledging defeat I better. They only .'"tt IC
I i forces, and everywhere from the mountain the foe compelled to seek safety in claimed as their own are dominated
J region/ 0 the plains: of Vcnetin! retreat to further maintain his strong .\ ,\ 01'')' OF! WAR; .Kit-: by the Italians and fly the tri-color'
L \ ,1 l the enemy is being sorely tried. In holds On the plains! the retrograd ;Monday Trent in Austrian Ty- of the kingdom. I'

the mountains where stiff resistance! movement of the enemy toward the< I About all of the Adriatic coast line I I
, had been offered to keep the foe from Tagliamento river Iii everywhere i a ;\Iondlly.-Trent, in Austrrian Ty- is now in the hands of the Italians
entering/ the back door of Austria, the complete route with allied airplane rol, which the Italians always have and Albania is all but cleared of the
I :' enemy's front is cracking/ under the violently attacking with machine gun claimed as their own, has been captured defeateil Austro-IIungarians. likewiseeastern
'l violence of the attacks and( important the throngs of the enemy hurryini(' by them; Triest, Austria's principal Serbia is freed of the enemy '
w Stragetic positions arc being lost., Tc eastward; with the cavalry cuttinito (' seaport on the Adriatic, over and a few days more doubtless will seethe More Farm Machinery Ruslsj
F the east of Piave the allies have driven pieces the stragglers and the Infantry which there has been such bitter fighting remainder of the straggling Aus-, '
in n sharp wedge to tho northeast and 1 machine gunners taking i a now flies the Italian flag/ ;; tro-Hungariuns making their way out I
T "I'' of Belluno, some twenty miles from heavy toll in men killed or wounded I and Belgrade, capital of Serbia' has of the western part of the kingdom I
t r their original point of departure, and Great: numbers of the Austro-IIun- been reoccupied by the Serbians. across the Save river into their own : Out Than Is Worn Oil
# Revered connection between the armies garianx still continue to be winnowe In [France and Belgium/ the Germansare territory. As for Bulgaria and Turkey -
north and those of the Venetian of the line to the prison the British
, : w in the hack cages being sorely hammed by they no more are menacing.Over .
j J I plains. Large quantities of stores are still falling i French, Americans and Belgians, a front of thirty miles in northwestern
Over the plains leading toward the into the hands of the entpnteorI'A I and there are indications that a de- France, Field ;Marshal IIaig'lIarmies
t Austrian frontier at the Isonzo: river ( and numerous additional town* I bugle is about to occur.The have blow
b : delivered a mighty
" 4 the invaders everywhere are in full are being liberated. More than 701) ) I Argonne massif which has against the Germans and torn into Does not that conclusively prove that suitable shedi
L V flight with the allied troops pressing guns already have \been added to the< proved n great obstacle to the advunce their positions over wide fronts, capturing .
' ?. ?. I. them hard. Here the debaehle seems to store of other trophies taken by the I of the French and Americans, at last important strategic points of for your implements would be a good investment
his flight
be complete. The enemy in : allies.In has been cleared of the and the
enemy the line than
t taking more
.. I is leaving! / behind large numbers! of Belgium! along/ the Scheldt fron entire line appears to be crumbling. 10,000 enemy prisoners. RIGHT NOW ? Your farm tools cost money these
-t and great quantities of war stores lierchem to Jnvere, King Albert':..
guns airman that the
American report enemy
as he endeavors to reach the pas- men have pressed forward in the gen in front of the Americans are Meanwhile the French and Americans days, a lot of good hard earned money, and to leave

t t t. ;I Rages over tho Tngliampnto river. It oral direction of Ghent and at ]las t retreating northward, that the roadsare are keeping on the southern their intensive part of the line-, them in all kinds of weather to deteriorate is surely
! h seems not improbable that on the plains accounts were standing on the western densely packed with troops, artillery up op.rations
I and in the region/ east and. west of side of the canal which the (;ier- I and transport. t in the great converging movement ; not good business management. If you want them to
, Belluno large numbers of the enemyare mans hud hoped, before. the concentrated which, if its progress continues,
, destined I to be captured. attack was begun against then I Likewise: southeast Of Valenciennes is. likely to end the battle before the I last one third longer' give them a good coat of paint,
.. .a On the western bat tie front there i is, some time ago would, prove a strong the Germans are retreating before the Germans; are able to reach their hor-
I still little fighting of a violent character point in their northern defensive aye- British who arc in close pursuit: and der. Particularly notable have been the then come in and let us figure'out: not how much but
.11 the intensive operations of taking numerous prisoners., North; of new gains of the Americans west of
:' i airmen, but seem to pressage an early return tern.To the south below ValencienneiKnglish 'the Aisne in Champagne, the French the ;Mouse over their entire front. Opposite HOW LITTLE a good shed will cost you.

4 r of battles, of major importance.In ]: and Canadian troops have I continue their pressure and have taken Ktenny in the Mouse valley they |
t' Mesopotamia the Turkish army driven the German; line farther eastward several important villages, large numbers have an excellent footing for further i .
& which for so long held up the British over n front of six miles Inflict 1 of )prisoners and great quantities) progress up the river toward the important -I I
I in t their attempts to proceed up the i nit' exceptionally heavy casualties of war btorts.The. German: lines of eommunica-j
,' . Tigris river, which lately has been on the enemy and drawing theii advance of the Americans and I ion in the north. In the QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CD
'I f suffering severe defeats, has surrendered line almost to the outskirts of.south- i the French on the southern part of American lines now stand twelve' miles! ,
f in its entirety to the British com era Valenciennes. Several thousand the battle front taken in conjunction Miuth of Sedan. I
mander. prisoners were taken in the enter I with the operations of Field Marshal The An toAmerkllnluns are now
I v Through the defection of Turkey prise.' I Ilaig and the Belgians in the north, domimiating the Thionville-Montmedy-; Headquarters For Building Material
t the plight of the Teutonic alliance becomes threatens to prove the culminatingblow ;Mezcirs-IIirson[ railway. The strong
L 1,I a critical one. The gateway to IITN( : T"BEFOUE: I to Germany's attempt to hold oppisition which" last week was imposed .
p.'. the eastern boundaries of Germany THK: AMERICANS: COLLAPSESSunday. ground in France or in Belgium. Indeed against the French and Americans
and Hungary are opened' by way of it is not improbable if the advance hus died down almost completely and
c the )Dardanelles and the Bosphorou. .-Over the plains of Venetia .i from the south continues as rapidly rear guard actions on the part of the

V J and doubtless shortly allied fleets will and into the mountain valleys of I"s it is, the greater portion of the -
I + invadu the Black Sea and begin operations the Trentino the Italian and allied German: army will be trapped before ,, -
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in this. heretofore unattainable pursuit of, the demoralized Austro- the men can reaching their border.
Tz1 region. Such warships as! the Germans Hungarians goes on unabated. Ir The situation of the Germnaa seemng-
have afloat in the Black sell France the German: defenses are shaking II ly is a critical one.

fleet will prove no barrier to the! under, tho assaults of the British! Although the Austro-llungariuns
mighty floating fortresses the entente French and Americans. West of the i have been given an armistice they are I CONTINUING GREAT
t can impose! against/ them. :Meuse the enemy is retiring before still being bitterly attacked by the
Turkey is i out of the war and Ger the Americans. Italians, British, French, Americansand
many's remaining ally, Austria-Hun Austrians emissaries have beer Czecho-Slovak: troops in the mountains -
gary badly defeated on the field of given the armistice! terms of the nllie. and on the plains and will continue It'II''
I \battle, her battle line rent in twain and have returned to their own lines, I tinue under chastisement until

l and with chaos reigning inside her '' where tho Austrian command hn. I ;Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock when
4 I borders, is pleading for nn armistice them under consideration. Meanwhile, ''II cessation! of hostilities: wi'l' take X
Thus far her importunities have received tin Italian naval contingent has raided i place. SACRIFICE SALE
I no \better answer, than the redoubling the great base of I'oln while allied, Entire regiments are surrendering/
L of the efforts of the allies to i warships lire on their way to Triest t anti
t to the Italians in the mountains
crush utterly her warriors.The : tn take command of a situation made I II
k large numbers of the enemy' are boingmade
\ capitulation of Turkey is believed I serious l lIy fleeing Austrian soldiers. "
the lllIiIlS. Heavy
prisoners on
t to have been, an unconditional The allied I ministers i and delegates ) the IIII
casualties are being inflicted on
of the allied forces continue their deliberations the "
('Ii('. The victories over
additional towns r
I retiring) troops.Iany; ,
over the Aiistro-I tungllrian4/ threaten German; armistice terms.
t- to saul what remains of the enemy From'st of Asiago to the Piave have been' reclaimed.In account of the epidemic of in-
nrmie* reeling back to their borderline the I Italians are pressing, into the important their swift drive against! the Aus- I On
I I ';shattered, I anil i, completely van valleys, loading to Trent ami trii-llungarians the allied forces have '
i 1 quished.HEAVY. are well beyond the old Austrian up to the present taken more than 11; over the county during
4 frontier northeast) of Asiago. West 1(10,000( ) ) ) prisoners and captured more
CASIT.M.ITIES: I INFLICTEDON \ : of the I'.rentn the Italians have forced! than :U/JOO! :! guns. So rapid has been

4 ) TKITONS. (): BY ALLIES: their way into the Nos: valley leading] t the advance over the plains that Italian the- .1i the past month, we were unable to
toward! (:rigno.hile the important cavalry already has crossed
Saturday.-From the mountain ranges Sugana\ valley the main pathway of Tagliamento river and entered Udine.
S ; of northern Italy to the plain of the Austrians retreating fl'nl11lh.t I Italian I. Austria-Hungary is out of the war.Ueserted distribute our posters, announcing

Vetietia i: and on salient sectors, i in Belgium mountain zone. In the Helhino, by her last ally, Germany
c and France the nrniit-; > of I the urea! the Italians have crossed the pie fights alone a battle which means 11 the extension of our Great Sacrifice
Teutonic allies are being violently live near Hum-he and northeast of Hel-! ultimate defeat or abject surrender.
attacked by troops of the entente. luiiii are pushing up the Cordevole nrmlt ,. II
After clays of pleading an -
In Italy except on several Rectors I'nlley toward, Yongarone. I IOn :ice has been granted Austria-Hungary Sale. Therefore we wish to an-
. In the hill country the enemy Is fast the Venetian front Italian cuv- whose badly defeateil armies in the "
being overwhelmed. In both Belgium AIry has crossed the ('Ollinu-Meduna; home-
and France additional splendid gains river six miles east of the Tagliameno Italian ivard under theater the are violence staggering of the Mows nounce that this Sale will again open
have been recorded. in favor of the entente : imd, are racing to reach the crossing
of the entente troops.
in the achievement of which of that river. In their advance the I
:- men from th. United States took a ,'iivalry overcame strong Austrian reiistance Irive Italian in northern und allied Italy forces have captured in their V Nov. 12th and run through Dec.
goodly part. in the region of Pordenonemd
A In Serbia the Austrians! and Germans northward. Further' south the 100.000) ( Austro-IIungarians. the Ital- ',
an war office announced; J 12th. Take advantage of this
are fast making! their way out of hird, army continues! its pressure' on opportunity -
the little kingdom many of them already he front immediately north of theVdrlutic. hun; :2,200! !guns have been taken.

having crosseil the Danube. ;More than ;SO.OOO) Austrian - -'- 1 Winter
to purchase Fall and -
French nnd Serbian cavalry have reached M'Neners and! more than t : lr;00 guns
Belgrade, from where; a fast! Irenny! have been counted! hy the nr- .r

turning! movement westward! along ties under (;I'n. I)tin/: ; Goods at a Great Saving. Prices
the Save river is! likely to work! havoc: ;Marshal Fnch continue smashhe
with th -'t':'-ny forces coming (German defenses on vital sector* '
northward i in western Serbia and those "f the western front. On the north ::11; will be the same as listed on our big
who are struggling northward through 'nlenciennes has been taken l.y the
Albania. "'anndians: ,I and,I the bitterly inniixtedwn t I
So far Turkey is concerned her cap f" is now behind the British ..uKnniiiu u Y Poster. Remember the dates:
(itulation is on iibject one, and! the Ottoman toward the Franco-Belgian\
no longer is to prove a factor 01,-I.. :Xorth.: of Valenciennes the Brit
In the world war. i.h have Tournai within th'lrlra--|, NOV. 12th TO DEC. 12th i ii
r Although the new smashes of the \vhile) to the south the German posi- .nr4r-
)lriti .h. French and Americans' in Belgium ion :it I I.,. Qucsnoy is most serious *
nnd France have ben\ remarkably The i.ipture; of! Valenciennes! and the
successful in the currying out of the tronir 1'II''n.i around it, military
general program of riding French' and o bserver' ha\e pointed out probablyill
1 Belgian.oil of the invaders it is still compel the, Germans: to carry out i CASH DEPARTMENT STORE I
1 the Italian theater on which the eyes a withdraw nl movement on a large
C of the wnrld' .! are centered. Internal rate north and smith. The line of the I
: strife in Germany and Austria-Hun- : i-heldt has lien turned! hy the suess |I
gary and continued pleading: from I,',' around Valenciennes and 1 ;Mnu-: I
the dual monanhy for an armistice ,,iMige and :Mont are threatened by
anti n cessation of, hostilities have received thl' outflanking: of the natural bartr STARKE ELA.
L scant notice, when compared i I I of the ;Mornial forest. In Belgium At State Farm, registeredJack j
with the impression that the wonderful I I the British, French and. Americans ,
: ri- drive of the Italians anti their >, mtinuo, the operations looking to the services guaranteed.

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'! It ..' According to a statement made bye [ eight o'clock our first news of contact give me a little needed runt. Up to .

u . 1 Sec:. J. B. :Moody of the state shellfish I Well: Armed"! with the enemy was tho barking of last night had not had but four hours '. +

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. commission who spoilt the early I | machine guns and the crack of unlp- sleep in sixty and had not had my j' "
I'I' part of the week in Tallahassee conI "I"s' rifles and things were hot for clothes otf for ten days. Perhaps I
'! .., and onc-hulf took and also bath here.
?" ---------.1| I ferring with state officials the headquarters one hours. We can get a There are ) .
of the commission will be I consolidated! the positions as best we oxer sixty cots in this ward and all ( j
Live State News a removed to Tallahassee. I could.! We captured) seven machine full of patients (officers) and I expect y

'c..J ,! 'Ii guts from as many inplaoonientn, it is overflowing nil the time. I I

,._,? "...,LIIMVIW. i I:. F. Rigitun, a resident of Peniel, enK HteYra i took eleven prisoners! and counted.over hope to get out by persuasion not
Told by Our Exchanges... ''e't' suburb of Pnlatka for the past +is>r' twetwsote I thirty dead! (,( 'IIUIII... Our com- Inter than tomorrow and back to tho
.r tattlsv lost killed! and! woundfil. II
thirty-five years, met a violent deiith + )puny one seven company.The
Hodman( .. I H company lost 1 men and 1 had
curly Saturday morning.
+.ghn ,.M.--' the raising of pigs I In a railroad crossing accidentnear by being crushed by n nl'lIr.falling pine i ..iiHiKililies. but (i company t tt knll following letter was received,

, h nty Commissioners of Uc I Lake Hamilton in Polk county I tree lie was engaged! in cutting timber t the )prisoners and machine guns. Wo by :Miss (il'I1I'i11I'hrotl h. of Worth -
appropriated $100.00 to be three occupants of an automobile were and while endeavoring ti releasea have the distinction of being the first I !ngton Springs, from her brother i .;

u nzea, to the boys who raise ;'killed and the fourth badly injured. : large tree that in falling had! logedin iinipany in the 1 Regiment to take. a Private Horace (!i. Yurbrough.. who is f
of 1: F. I K. Gillespie of Winter Haven That does not that ' serving with the in the Philippine
M I tad, largest number pigs. the top of a small palmetto tree, )prisoner. mean \\ ( army -
I I Louis Fouts son of a Lakeland banker I was caught by the falling tree and! instantly have not inflicted previous losses forwe I UlamU:
the planting season at the and Chester Hymen. Cordes Gill- killed. It was found by other have, and! many, too. So far, so l Dear Sister--i : After waiting four :

.imphor I groves in Florida, at I Ib : cspie, son of the dead man was severely -I men working witih him and who j Vytkve' good-Now about two o'clock] the 011- long months, your letter dated July j 1 fl'it

and Green Cove Springs and injured. The car was struck by to his assistance that his neck was ] emy formed for counter attacks, outflanking IHth after a terrible trip across the t
iiI h, urious nurseries specializing the train at a point where there is a broken. :Mr. Rigdon came to Florida O us on both our right and usually peaceful Pacific, arrived! this I I >
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,hor trees. deep cut which prevented those in ,I from middle West and had li'cllIt left. Of course they had the advantageof morning Verywell, d<> you know with. '
k :n the automobile from seeing/ the approaching Peniel where he has for many years oCpCPo knowing the country. We hud'! to out me trying to tell you how happy I *. I'I'I

,ivcrwhelming vote Pinellas train. grown strawberries being known as retire after a warm fight: causing enemy I am to hear from home. It sure niiikes ;

iioptod compulsory educationhoolii I I SupI'emec;;:;;; 'the "Strawberry King." When losses. We suffered one more you feel good! to get a letter from idl;
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the election being cal- The holds I company comes killed! and several wounded but our home after having to wait so long..1.1get I 1'
i: Home Guards are not under the con- there is no time to''lIt'as orderly. Now for a '
very the in most mail ,
the rural districts Telegraph
the referendum act passed People residing in every ;
\I\ ,, w legislature j jat I I trol of the ;Governor who can't order of Columbia County have I been( waste--no chances to few side! remarks. One Sergeant in so you see I get all the latest news .

h them to proceed to a community: in ,'rcitin.mllny interesting tales since I be taken-so mother our company was really the hero of quicker that way than by waiting for
I, the State to do police duty and quell that there is always the occasion for he captured three of
killed and three i the airships flew over the county :Mon sees ) your letters! But don't you lie. u slacker
s Hen were riots. We are satisfied that this de- i the machine guns and killed, eight
Two farmers about a can in writing for already know
of day. living seven i as you
r inured by the explosion boat at the a |I II cision will meet with the approbationof miles from Lake City declared that ;! (;,'rll1l1ns. He is (a fine shot. He shoots the fastest conies. slow.This I '
\I\, tank on a motor Guardsers who will now I
the for the head only. All he killed had!
I while at work in the edge'of CALUMETBAKING
la Pensacola. Three oth- they were is a fine place here and fine .
non at with
) admit that the Court acted good their 1 brains scattered about. He also. '
in the boat at the a cypress swamp that one of the people] ( the Americans), and! them ;
were all of which
to the least
\\1'1 judgment say assisted in the taking of nine of our
.machines flew them three times POWDER ""
uninjured I over girls. here are beautiful-not! ;
aped admit I
reminds that willing to
us we are and that those in the airship would | prisoners. He should! get the Distinguished I
that the Courts all right if They have sent many troops to Russia -
on hand. Cakes, pies Service Medal as several othersin !
look down at them and
Lrri-Ued the charge oft 1 their decisions meet our individual very closely from- and I hope to go soon. I ,. I
hot recently on said! that it was their opinion that doughnuts,muffins and the company) deserve I was on the
C,Il the United States mails to deJuil views. the government was sending those fel- all Rood things t t.) cat right flank along a wooded! path' am 1 tired, staying behind having a .
Mrs C. A. Woodrough had a I -_ I dressed during! counter attack. A sniper good! time. I want to bo on the frontline
lows out to look up and locate moonshine must be up in I' every ) 1
Irmp! in Jacksonville before United G. Walter Parker who lives ten stills and that they believed l their best taste and in a tree wounded! a man, on the right where there is some, excitement .
rommissioner Carl Noble and of has raised |' lof' the in shot The )boys. here are all anxious, to get
|tci' | miles west Gainesville that was the reason those fellows'! looks. .._ path the leg, also another .4'1
await the action of the grand the banner peanut crop in Alachua, kept flying over where they were ot'i' I I through both legs all fortunately whack at ":\Ir. William"\ but I don't t;
States district I Then her reputation I think he will last long The end. is ,
: )f the county. Mr. Parker opened up a new work. flesh wounds.!! This same sniper) tf
edl rt farm last spring and he plantedmore as a cook must I also hit my collar ornament on sure to be soon

I II or less peanuts, but on an individual After forty-eight hours aground' on be uphfld -- and she the left side before I could locate Tell mother not to worry about mI!. ... !

eat I, ,ifles furnished to the home | eight-acre tract he planted lit. a shoal near Key West a large ship "st.'ikrs"\ it on Calumet him lie will not hurt any of us again. I am well and big enough; to take j

ese _rcI' if this state by the United ,, tie white Spanish peanuts and the lone of those launched by the shipping crctytime. SheAv/cwi'sit I I A piece of shrapnel also grazed my care of myself anywhere I go.: j

lie-t : government have been request-,] yield of this tract was no less than I board as u part of the Fourth of July I will tot disappoint her. l thumb just a scratch hardly broke We're having some "rotten" weather v

the returned on account of the fact i seventy bushels! per acre or a total of celebration was floated. The big vc- Order a call and have the'co the skin. Altogether it WilliI dirty here now, rain and! typhoons aI ..

it the supreme court of Florida 5C>0 bushels In addition to the nuts he I sal wan! not seriously] damaged and, : .ipnny": kind of bakings 'little scrap. They u"t.ll'rl'nlldeK. shells, I guess Robert and. !Monroe expectto f .

ely t1rule,1 that the home guardsc securerd 250 bales of fine peanut hay proceeded on her own power. The ship everCalumet.\ day."' bombs! rifles! machine guns and! gas. go over soon if they. have not gone ..i t t

tout >' under the control of the gov- with an average weight of sixty pounds is one of the standardized shipping contains. only such They !gave us everything they had in already. Tell them I will "meet them ,'

or to the bale. I board type and went aground while' ingredients) as have been stock. in Liverpool." .
I' approved officially by the I For this time goodbye. Am sendingyou 1
running at full speed with a heavy The (Germans were well fixed up) in .'
h- gunnery and bombing; school at Despite the fact that epidemics and cargo and the bow stuck hard. Sailors U. S. IMJ.X! Authorities.You t their section dugouts! ,deep! in the n word! of love and enough to I pass
g tI"!"" nearly completed as far as world wars are staggering the people from the station there worked (<. Wiles you tuy it. ground. built of (cement walls four out to all the girls that are lonely '11
fe iriirmal plans! are concerned. The | as a whole the farmers of Hastingsare night and day unloading the cargo! You save when. yon lima it. feet thick. Looks like the interior of there, and toll them to drop! me a line, i !j r

Kinn, I if nearly completed. It is just as busy as usual harvestinga I which was very valuable, and most of u dwelling with several rooms, running for I sure love all the girl.t'! ..! if ,: f.

,I that the government has decided! ;( big crop of corn and peavine hay'''which was saved. Warships aided Inl, water electric] lights und some 1 could, only take one by the hand this r ,. I

iunirt' this school making it douupacity ,, with one hand while he is signing an I I pulling her off the bar. The vessel! have as' many as thirty steps leading beautiful] afternoon and! Bay "hello ,

,n. first intended. j order for materials for growing a ,,, was on her maiden voyage, and had| .- - to a dugout. They are, fitted! up with I Hill." Thoughts: of such n treat, Sis, .r tlI'

crop of Irish potatoes for 1919. The ,, made a record trip up to the times comfortable beds feather mattresses ( makes mo dizzy! Ij
it AI *h high schools of Florida will wet weather has prevented the fine went week own
| I l aground. easy 'hair8-lhI'Y were sitting on tho Write m( every your
j mi, 11tod in knowing that Stetson corn crop from being gathered as I II! I II Soldier Letters. 1 world. Also ran across a big gun em I soldier, boy in tho Orient eight, thousand 'j

fnir frec: tuition scholarships to nil rapidly as desired. :Many farmers are )I I j I Five dollars for n sweet potato (is placement in cour4IIf! constructionabout mills away almost under your )1I

him mi--" "of Florida high schools! I selling corn for $1.50 per barrel slipt the price offered by Col. P. O. Knight thirty feet with cement Ivery I feet
hi '1, .iming. in the dormitory. This shucked. i of Tampa. It is square I. !
I j| an extraordinary In the foundation fifteen feet thick down in | Your loving brother until the war ;
i sit if $75 annually to each stu- I j: price but then Col. Knight wants an mentioned' Telegraph that Lieutenant recently it II, was C. the ground. All described! is! where, we 'gets. me Horace
.'Icing advantage of it. Lieutenant Fred 1 D. Barker of Itra.I- extraordinary potato-In fact he wants I mail thus G.! Yiir'lirough
Address II.
Richard had: been gassed! and, was in had our scrap and! about four to five my : -
to in I (entown attached to one of the American just the biggest sweet potato that can the hospital for treatment. It han! been kilometers in advance of our very .cfo. Q J M.: Corps! Fort Mills, ,:-'l.j''l.j'I ,
tit to their winter camp Red Cross stations, be found in Florida that has been
outpost front lines. If we only could have had. ( 'IIIU'g tI..r. 1'. I. j-
that he
"- Palm Beach, nearly 300 membr close to the front haw! been killed by ,.grown, in Florida. Col. Knight is vicp. | soon recovered from '|I "- ._ -
our other two companies urn !sure we
I his! injury and returned to duty! with :
Junior Naval Reserve from ;; '
the bursting of a shell. He was helping | president and general manager of the could have held! the position. Greatly( Benefited by Chninberlain'H:
Company C, filst Infantry lie has 1
r York last night passed throughn.'k
;t' American
few to bury American soldiers when i i International Shipbuilding j Tablets.
Now why I in the hospital ? I'
written !Mrs. Richard! interesting am j I
"nrille i under command of Capts. he met his death. Two weeks ago Corporation, which owns and operates !I account of the action an in which hireceived > Well, really I think I am out of place "I 1 urn thankful for the good! I have t -.:1r'ivI',1
ti"[: on< ind Schofield.< They will spend the ''
Lieutenant Barker narrowly escapedinjury great shipbuilding] plant at Hog Chamberlain's Tllh-
I his here and! no reason for it, but I was by using / I
injury and the ,
,lireninths\ at the East Coast re- when shell struck the auto- Island Pa., and, he has been telling, Telegraphis +
when began
a slightly gassed! at four different times! lets. About two years ago I t \
to the
permitted give following (
tin) extracts -
mobile in which he was riding with his associates there of the agricultur-1 them I .'
I from the letter nnd on return to our lines went to a i taking was u
Captain Harris also of the AmericanRed al and! horticultural wonders of Flo- : deal from distress after "
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dressing station to get something to great I"-, <<
It is not long but difficult
Mi 1 Ella Veronee Morris daughter a story ,
Cross killing the driver and! severely rida. They have callen on him for relieve the in throat and from headache find a tired,I. languid :,ijf'II11Jt
f of to tell. We started at 7:45 P. M. 15th dry feeling my
Mi ind :Mrs G, B. Veronee proof he I : ,
Harris. Lieutenant so wants this '
big to
wounding ,
Captain potato
due! to indigestion and torpid
caused It there is u
by seems !
gas. a
o'1ln'k inst. Our whole battalion, ] to be In t
t t. -\ Kustine. died shortly after 6 take with him was
Barker gave, up his law practice and trnurnntees that ho'' liver. Chamberlain's, Tablets corrected
all !
mandatory! A. K.: F. order that gas .N
the movement of
-iiinday from a self-inflicted to enter the Red Cross service, will place it on exhibition in the Phil- | composed Companies these disorders short and! .
in time
''on, '\It"Iorris: had! been in ill I;;, F, (J and! II. Company H failed, tovouch cases! no matter how slight must go a p.1since :
arriving here about four months ago. adflphiit' (club which is a gathering to the hospital. 1 was ignorant of the taking two bottles of them my /if'VI!)!
lie of
run.Hi ome time suffering from I proper place departure, '
place for the
captains of industry of health has been good" writes Mrs. 1 11
'' order. \ else I would have stayed away
n ind mental troubles. Her con- t the so E. and! <; started! out without
;;,, \v<.r" until oh.. f'nallv' For a time after the establishmentof Quaker city. II| th'm.'p hud! proceeded! perhaps two from the first aid station but it will :M. I' llarwood, Auburn, N. Y. '

!:6<.; into! her iii-ad whichJl' the curb market at St. Cloud it Dr. K. I II. Blitch of Ocala, who was i and nne-half kilometers! in excellent !
oath looked as though it would never amou- formation then encountering thick tr=== t
tonight. summoned,! by (Commissioner: e to
of value benefit
nt to real
anything or
assume c-ontrol of lu'direof woods filled with barbed
influenza '
but of lute the idea has epidemic -
oat, fully provisioned!, wasmorning to our people at state prison hospital at.. wire entanglements K and F companies
'i" end of the pen in- been dispelled, as every market day Raiford siuea account of the illnesn of lo-it laisone (connection ) with us.

i''i ls ii Miami on Tuesday new sellers and buyers are added to the h in charge, returned I say they lost it for we had I on corning
From Tacks
the rank. last almost
h'' iiiore the name Grove; Ber"i. the entire Saturday block morning Pennsylvaniaavenue home Saturday and! reports that Dr. out of the wood one squad of F company Up

"i' 1 end of the boat was stove between Tenth on and! Eleventh Kennedy has passed the clanger point with us on our right, so you see t
I.' believed that the boat was ,, and that all the several hundred! pris laisone! was lost within F company.'
streets was occupied auto! wagons -
''rl' m some passing ship during oners that were attacked! with the We endeavored for several hours! to
T I"I and that the broken end buggies and! push carts each one and
wasiu disease are on the road! to locate ft; F companies without
recovery i
of which contained eatable
'. ''iy pounding on the beach as for sale and the number something of buyer Dr. Blitch states that everything at siicrc--. We were scheduled! ti reach This is a I IIAHDW ARE More! and we sell !l k i l
I 'Takers have been running high the hospital is Retting along most 'our '"I"J"I.tiVp. ." nt'i\ o'clock( midnight. {
"II I n past few were greater than on any other day HARDWARE exclusively. I
: : in
days. satisfactorily. A new building for the At aliinit 3 A.M. we accidently ran
since the market the first!
week in was. opened manufacture of shoes for the prisoners with II company. We olllcern. held, a But we handle EVERYTHING in I lardware '
,portant meeting of the State'' September.Charged has just been completed recently and little Council of war and decided! to i

"in. ,of Defense was held in the also a commodious auditorium for put companies C and, II in a heavy from a tack up.STARKE.
religious -
te it.. officers at Tallahassee. The with the emnezzlement of gatherings is nearly completer! wood near by letting the men rest r
f If'II called at the instance of $140,000 while in office as tax collector Dr. Blitrh returned home for an hour and then proceed on our HARDWARE CO.
an. Council of Defense of Duvnl (county J.V.. Rast "-i ?!
as a ho intended on account of the mission. At daylight we formed! our i
i' v" conference discuss was arrested by W. II. Dowllng: sheriff Starke '
nary illness of his dauj'hter.Irs.: Fant at lines for advance as best we could in
III/ eking to the reduction of the of Duval county and placed undera Fnntville. the mat horrible underbrush so thick

11 >f livestock killed annually on bond of $70,000 to await the actionof you couM. not see ten paces ahead.! At (
"I'' a' right of ways of the state, the criminal court of record. The Alfred' S. Kollo of !Moore Haven 1
1 muting thereby food I consere- capias' on which he was! arrested! was has just returned from Kansas --- -
s issued by Judge James :M. Peelerof City
where he attended the International !
-- I'' the criminal court of record, following Soil Products Exposition: and exhibited i /N. T. RITCH. Prea. W. T. WEEKS. V-Prea. J. II. RITCH. Cashier .
the bill of information filed L. ,
"ions were injured and seven by a few of the products produced
a I). Howell( solicitor. From the on I
county I
"-icaped death or serious in- his :30-ncre experiment farm in South
1 i'' two automobiles crashed to-1: 'office of Sheriff Dowling the prisoner Florda. lie captured 240) prizes. He i vfSi
the 900 block of '' was taken to the criminal court
Riverside said that he had the influenza while I
," Jacksonville. The driver ofi building where the bond was fixed! the I
exposition was on and could not Starting Right
n/, '*' the at 70000. Through his counsel Wil-
cars is alleged to have been handle his exhibits as he would have '
i' or. who lives near St. Aujr- Pnm"' A. Hallowes Jr., the amount of liked. That accounts for his !! ,
lyIc t The driver of the other B. fr-o bond was arranged with J. E. T.I! more prizes. He took over not 70.getting :pert- :

r 'i'ki.t is employed by the Orange Powden and, Bainbridge Richardson cert of all the vegetable prizes offered. !

to r' *utn Line. A fix-year-old. childHe BH the bondsmen. I He won three silver CLps.. One of them The fight is half won when you get the RIGHT START. To the ,19
the of the from
son man I valued at $250 and another
'>hn& county was badly injured. I Io. i Steps are being taken i>y the city His exhibit weighs two tons and is young business man nothing is of so much importance as ,

asth also a young woman riding inI I council of Lake City to inaugurate I now here in the express! office. It will 1

amt car. the work or go to jail feature in this be shown at the Florida State Fair

.. city. For sometime it has been near '' which will be held in )December. Mr. A BANK ACCOUNT
t '.uarters! in room 6 of the cham-I an impossibility to obtain help of any I!' Rollo alllo took the first prize for the -0' ,
h 'mmerce building$ were estab- kind and conditions gradually growing I best exhibit hade by an individual
'I>> Lieut. Robert E. Hogue, worse This is not occasioned! from farmer '
'I""Placement regiment U. S. A., lack of people but a disposition! on | It may he small at first---d"csn't always need to be largo, but it should.

i.l i. 'ippn sent to Jacksonville from their part to not want to work. The| Chamhrrlain'H Cough Remedy. carry all his CASH transactions. Every payment should be made
l ' radon! to examine and accept law as being framed. will compel all'' Do not Imagine that because other

f for the infantry officers i persons between the ages of fifteen cough medicine failed to give you re- through it.ITS .
nap at Camp Fremont, Cal.,1' rind fifty living within the city limits lief that
,, it will be the same with Ch- I IIELPFUL-ITS STABILIZING
"ibor 1. Florida's quota to work not less than forty-five hours nnibrrlain'jf Cough Remedy. 15nr in -ITS ENCOURAGING.::; ; ; : i

< ."11.file's\ allotment being ,, per week or go to jail. A card system'will '' mi'id that from a small beginning This Bank want-- your checking account-.-LAKCJE I OR SMALL: j'w '
"i n and it is believed i be used! and will bo''
| th
every person v remedy has gained I a world: wide ..:II 1
: ',' ill bo speedily. accented.hetween required to register and obtain a I H-putaticin and immenselalo.. A medi- i /,. '"
< the of IS' card tq be. signed by their ,
ages eimmu=t hay exceptional merit to BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
.'" not in Class] 1 with re- j' By this means it is hoped t(pmf/IOyer'j win esteem wherever it becomes .
'hi' draft are eligble for nish help for all who live known.

ton who have been given'' city limits, but it in sure that when the I; '-- ---- Bradford County's Financial Stronghold I' .
unifications account ofi supply is filled
on locally a great many
!aims inl l Piles Cured 'In 6 to 14 Days ESTABLISHED 1889
are not included | who now are idle will seek work in

to ''It Men exempted for agorlculrlu -, the country thereby relieving the sit litcura Droulsr' lichlnii.refund Blind.motwr Dlrvlmt If. PAZO ut. Protruding OINTMENT PU.tall... STARKE FLORIDA
reasonsalse( are ineligible. ua tlon. ln ".ntlv relu-vr I Itching fUrt.' n.l pan qy !
rv.Uta ikeo after the nm a 1yl' :iluMjucu: friU ftuw

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weeks with influenza and! pneumonia. united with the ,
i conference was preceded by a IIE'rvlreut 'I ch! '
which the doctor preached a powerful She was a daughter of Wilson Waters, ly after her furring !sr
t ; and convincing sermon on the tex. who passed to the Great Beyond some ful Christian hf t >tat
\ I "It is more blessed to give than to nreive. years ago. She was married to Brother 1 leaves a vacant |
' .. I' ." Dr. Jenkins was accompanic J. O. Denison January C, 1907. |: and church whir "d I by the pastor Kev. G. S. Henderso To them were born three chiUren all filled, but let u- 1
'1 ; ) \ and both left in their cars TuesoTu:IY; of whom with a loving husband can meet in the i ,. tt ,,
I morning. sides a wide circle of friends are be-I sad parting coot y

: : : : : :Mrs J, 1). Randall is reported to to mourn her death. Sister Benison, A Brother in i i
E. S. :\ '
{ have left the sanitarium in Michiga:
i J. C. { :. : ; and after visiting friends in Indiana] -

r f olis. In..., and Cincinnati Ohio, is exported r.
: ; : home in East Lawtey very
'y !!JOJB!

l r L, I \ : : i : soon.The residents!districts of are Sexton hereby and notific Hurroun.ling I "Our Fighting Ally---the Tank'

's '" t that a gospel. service will be held in the
: ;
.,-: 1 t : :. Saxton: E. church Sunday afternoc See it in action at the
L. 3 : : ) at 3 o'clock and the Kev. Alfred I'v'n.dt'n .
{ ; ; ) will preach. : Gaiety Theatre
: i I Two union services are announced t to
g I 10 I : :' take place Sunday, :Nov.: 10th in I.lIw.te .

I 1 : : I I : )'. One in the Methodist chur..h.South. Friday Night November 8th
17 ; : in the morning at 10:110::\ at ,
11.J" : ; ; which RpAlfred Evcnden will preac'and h Also MISS IRENE CASTLE
' -I ( + the other in Grace: :M. I K. churn I in
I in the evening at 7 o'clock, at whiiKev.
t __ : I C. S. Henderson! will preach. Everybody "Sylvia of The Secret Seri ice"A
." t + : ; ) in town urged to be present at I
) 's / I : ( I these services and the different ,'hoirsnre PATRIOTIC PICTURE
,. I r, ga\f : ) I : invited to come nnd unite in thu
"f:, Latin .1 singing. Each church will hold its own
t : : : 1 Sunday school us usual.

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N, :' :\ : : I..\10: Hl'TLKK( ..
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[ iE : : Lake Butler, Nov; S.! -Mr.: Jillespi; '
I .'V down I , has moved his family to town and are FIRMLY FOUNDED
. pleasantly located at the home of :
.' I : : I \11"1
1a Virgil Edwards.;
I. ) I < .
are the hopes oft I Ii
)1y I !
,. G \' : Walter Cobb has accepted a positio
I I i owner whose horn-
in Jacksonville.'
1 r work J; ,
i, ;{ ., tiers ( : ) :Mr. IIn.1II'H.: I'. I'. Dekle visitu. :I t and he with the pr' j
the t I I relatives in Lake Butler Tuesday. I II ', Insurance. Othorwi:
4 rS
att'it 1. KCfin i ) 1 ,\. I':. Proctor made a business tri) MS v may be "put out." Ur'
M f.f {lit I.: I ; I i ,I to Sapp Tuesday.Mrs. j s : t t he and his family \tt +.,.
.{ 1"(1( t\ The ; i H. Feinberg is able to be out he to do? Build Rita
!' again after an attack of influenza. ryJy
': ( 'll(.I ,, anu t that' \ |I I : ; I D. W. Korurn, made a business trill Xi1 r, "1}!!( ," 'I kv own icy in expense a Company when !

1 + '" mi-tit. : ; to 1'alatka Fritlay. t
r( e would have thn
r :Miss Edna Epperson visited rely- more
butler : .
ji; work J i lives in Starke Friday. f +c* t'd| his loss and nnab'! '. ,
I I .{ I Mr.: and Mrs.: Purvislott: I'ehll'nedto > at., ,: l + build a finer honv. 'Ii
! ; We ; ;: i their home in I'aiutkii after a pleasant !, over and take oul .
1 : : r I : visit. with relatives in Provident ,ri4ftti with us at once.
: ;'t..: \\\J-, M Btntc. ) I J ) 1 i I and Luke Hutler.
\I .' t" I ; : I, 1) W. Horum visited Valdosta! las I
roH u \ I ( i :: i Thursday.Miss JOS. E.WILSONSTARKE
r .I to : I Edna Epperson returned to :Miami -
,, It : to open school which had been
( The i ) i ) closed, for several weeks on account of
for : 1 i i : influenza.Mrs. FLORIDA
I' I teni. I : Wm. Johnson has charge of: I IY
'f talked, | I the third and fourth )grades in thi' I
f1. \ .. I 1 Lake Butler school
\ for an I ; : The town and community was shocked
, nm) in I : !' Sunday morning to hear thai d'uth'hu" !
6 I. t''t' posed ; ; ('Iuim..dIiS8: :Sallie Hamilton. Sht
I : .. 1 I I' reason i ; had resided in our town for years, hiuing -
,I I l, wcro 1' l> ) moved recently to Vuldostii when'
t ready 1 I / : she !lived until the time of her death
f .! ; 1 : Tho interment took place at the IJokh. -'
M I selves I ( cemetery Sunday:: morning at ('Ievenot:1ock.
t !public. l : I .
f ; : : < :Marcus and ormu. Dekle have returned -
{, ,J{.l/ ,' .. to Lake Butler to resume their
f hest.r I : studies in the Lake Butler school. They
V I I r 1:. are staying with their grandparents THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The { \ I Kev. and, Mrs. S. S. Proctor.
"fI t the ()() I Wiley :Mennett is visiting his sister
\! :'I I Mrs.: A. E. Harper.Mr. .
!>Slit t" of this 7,1"1() I : : Kaiford of Kaiford, was a business Your Ford car will give satisfactory
/t"I in. ( i l 1 1 visitor to Lake Butler Monday. and money-saving service for years if
; Kev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular\ '
t he, I appointment at Brandy Branch Friday, you just give it decent care. Let our

Cross Saturday and! Sunday, returning home shop look after it, making replacementsand
"t: : : Sunday night
I; t for | : 1 The influenza has subsided. in Lake repairs when nee-
I ,,(' : Butler enough that Sunday school and!
\Ve Give essary let us keep it
w men i church services were held Sunday. The
4t merit I Lake Hutler High School opln'dIon: tuned up and running
I end 1 lay morning.Will Moneysmoothly and you'll
l men \ ) Andreu visited his family this ,
a more : I week sure have all the service -
I k .. i :Mr. and :Mrs. Ed. Byrd are movingto Saving
and comfort
r "'.. ) Jacksonville. We regret very much youService
4:' not I : In lose this family from our midst. could get from a brand
I ) : I There i is still n few influenza cases"
't i ? ('O : : : in and round Lake Hutler. Still wo new car. It's all in

S i : i lire glad to note that people everywhere the knowing how. Our workmen arc
: : : ; are improving.
i + The l P. \V. Horum is able to gu to work, skilled-we have genuine Ford partswe -
.. . t and his cars moved to l'ahLtknI..n: -
} 1: : make the regular Ford prices as established
1i report ; : lay.
to the 1 : : I .\1.' ... Howard :Stanton: is teaching by the factory. Bring your

n.i to ) : : tilt. fifth and sixth grades in the Luke Ford car in and let us look it overstitch "..
lluen/ti IUIIII"r High School this. week.
., J : I F. 1'. Stump is moving his .stock of in time saves nine. "
port !. : foods from (Lake Butler to ::;tark't'
pear egret to see this store go from our
I r the "' t..wn. FORD GARAGE
j ) \ ,' Several children] ) are suffering from
\0. once. 1; ) ) ) \vhooping! cough at this, wriling.Master A. W. & C;. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors
subject i iHoenn : Tate Powell of Richmond,
I \1"n., is visiting his grandparents :Mr. STARKE, FLORIDAWIREFENCE J
to IH : ( i ml :Mrs. .F. :M. Kivcri.Miss IlL t
r in the I , : Virgil Thomas is visiting her i
benefit ) i sish'r. :Mrs.' J..hnIott.: --
\ I :Mr. and :Mrs.' Elzy Londholtz! are -

court proving) from influenza. ..
I :\1.\1.: Halt and son, Olin were visors 1 -
think ) !I to town Tuesday.Mrs. .
f ( ,- : :I : Stevens is on the sick list thlIW'l'k.
the ; : ,, !
lum ) : '''. Singer, accompanied liy :Mrs.
r on to ::;him :Singer: returned Tuesday from''
ford ,' I iainesville.; ,
should! 1 ; Charles Register is able to be up i inft"r Selling very fast. I advise early

." port i itutil : an attack of influenza. i purchase. Half car load already
school :
lily: Phillips continues to improvend
sold. I
> : 1 : I his, friends. are glad to seohim on'' cannot promise additional

.1 i to the h. streets again) after n severe attackf I supply after what I have on hand
lie II
; : : influenza.
other.Tho. : is gone.
: 1. Howard visitor Lake
) ) I S. was to I
I state I I littler Tuesday. 1 1I : I guarantee no decline in prices; so

the )!I I :; : 1 I CAKI1 OF THANKS i buy now.
,' : See me for labor saving farming
tiary, > )) I I wish to express my thanks to the
that I 1 "eople and. neighbors who in my great implements. Give me your order
I i rouble and loss of my loving wife! now.
I : al There I I (:ave me such faithful assistance to
) P arate \ the end. Place your order now for Syrup

4 1 fn I J. O.. (DENNISOM.;: : Cans, before another advance.
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Ju"t : : In loving remembrance of Sister Starke Florida
a l ;\innla[ Dcnison, who departed this I
} J f more : life Oct. 21st after an illness of two

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FRI1).1]'. NOVEMHER 8. 191 a. I .;: I II \FOR RENT7fits : room house, Rood outhouses
\ "] OI'lt5: FOR I'NCOMJiriOXALSI and horns Five acres of
Rawson J. Davis, of I SI: Un\;: ()1m." hind, inside city baits or will give

spent till'el.k-<,nd in, Starke. its ('n\ ,>lopt'M the ShurufaclurerRecord : .. CLASSIFIES lease for one" > ir. Apply: :\11'10. C5.W. .

--- --- -- -- - wu carn.>, the wording printed in' i Duinsod., Starke, Box! 2M. It.
J. T. Moore,
Mrs. red: .. -- 6
-- ----- ---
- --- -
Wednesday. ---- --
of LocalInformation u visitor, to Staike "On To Itorhn\ !" for H"I'\'i'p., : OR KENT-8:: room house,
Surrender!" 1EGISTEREI;I : P :Mule hog FOR SALE +
I :Miss\ Luvile Tatum has returnedhome ", letter that N. It 'lIul1.F soi'ooned-in bleeping porch, good E +
after a visit with friends in Pa- On every sheet of paper printed i InI > I barn and poultry houses; good well
i I latkuTh. goes out of the
I red the following: of 11."II."ill"' Berkshire mule, weight over 100 land; just outside of city limits. Will\

Om. ?N.r.. .MNJ two/ i <- line of hats at Knight's :Milliners -i "No: pi'iioo with a nation fad our Atlit'H I'ollntls. August Stern, Starke. It sell for tl.'JOO 1 : ( ( or rent, for $:S per t

.r..w.s.f r.tM..,. M ,r.. t .4 r.... me the season's best. Call and until the I.IK| of Vinorica until .. ____ ____ 1 month. Mrs: Muck: ,Johns luliU'l:! : ,;
Berlin; no pence :
float ovor I1.5-tf.
I inspect the line. criminal leaders have boon IIIIIIK or' FOR SAI.U; -Fine bunch dairy! cows. tnrkl'. \ri.i ;
.. II -- the l 1).. Gainesville, Fin .. .. -- -
!' <* II\ w- --- -- ---- -- shot. .\lIwr <'11 acid our Allies must Andrews Dairy, I --- -- -
Worthington -
of Luke Hut :Miss Elsie Harrison, of dollar of the cost$ of tin in-ll-Gt. r.
repaid t'\'ry
business visitor: : 1L.I Edna Epperson during the week of : ti
....r..enVII> n relatives in Stnrki! I was n guest! '
of war.
k Saturday.: I ler, was a guest her sister :\1 rs. J. O. Fralick. \' cominrtul this Idea to every butinosH roil SALK':-TOO': bushels of ear corn "
]| 'mptoi > o
Friday. - --.. \ hoiixo in the ronntr i nt $l.r 0 bushel; will sell nny part COTTONWHILE

W 'K vvu-- attending to bus i iK Next: Sunday:; Rev-,-M.:-- M.: Fryer will Dallas Wall, of Jacksonville, is .\ larRo majority of the bu..I"'M"hOIl'H 11. D. Andrews! ( Rnifonl. 102.rJtI'OI.ANP .
in Starke on account
,. mills' Friday. Christ's Episcopa spending several days of the country during the I.l.t -
rId 1 in his
serMies of
- -- i Cedar Key of the serious Illness few Necks!. have closed! their letterwith . : CHINA mule; 11: month '
church, .
[ to Stump's Sale -----. mother "Yours for the Fourth I ilx-rti I old!: weight .100\( pounds.' For MIvice. '- HOLDING ;
Go --- ----.-- thi. (:iriiham. 1'In.WANTEnAll .
Serge al -- --- \o suggest that now that J. 1' Kobcits: ,
of Loan. ,
.iilliMin. of Thcrossn was il1 See all colors W. :M. Ovcrstrcet, of the firm of Liberty Loan has! been oversubscribed. I 1 I-*-It. INSURE WITH
& Furniture Co.,, ------- - --
Stump's. ----
nilav on business. Overstrect Hardware business lumso should sign ever
\ ? every
--.- -------- -- Butler was a busines svisitor \ kinds of nuts & Co.r
t>f letter: : pecan J. R Davis
.,.it Bi,.oklyn, waN n buSt :Miss Delia Belling, of Providencereturned to Starke Thursday.One "\OHHS FORITNCONDlflONAL for rush. Semi gnmplea and! prices

t I.. Murk Monday.: to Starke Sunday to resunu I asked to C. C. Nottcr, \'. O. llox tnt, STARKE FLORIDA
duties in the Bradford Count displays of millinery ( Amoriraipooplo 10 J! .M ,
--- her of tho largest The time hnx ("urn.Vh.'n Jacksonville, Fin. -: > ,

on, 'ui'. of t Hampton was in Iliph School. ever "ho..1in Starke. Knight's must make their dotorminntioiknown I __ __._,____ ____ ____ .

. i I" ?., Wednesday! - Davis and httli' :Milliner Cull and inspect the line. and crjstnlliitho thought oltho I \\\NTEP-I"'l'nn, pay highest nwrket .- -----,
Mr. and! Mrs.: L. A. whole ,'oulltrylpon the Hiipromnooil <' send samples' and! r.= -
:Monda: : jnui1. Bring! or
,'h wail u guest of friendsn daughter. I Ruby, returned ; W. M. Turner lef Germany; to siar' N. \Vlli COFFINS CASKETSAnd
Hit visited! MrsI : 1 Mr. and Mrs: of compollinB I will make! you price. I IJ nI -
Rniford Sunday from C'riinilallhere they Thursday nft I L. A. na\is, Sr. where they will make their futun' : take Its iim-huu'nt. I -

[Special Sale on Boys' SuitStump's. Louise -Stewart and homo with their son, Dr. U. G. Turner, \ : : IIIJLLMarked I ; swallow fork Supplies HenrHe.
Misses \titoniobile
of thaAttorney oti.s
dentists rrsM l II
WI'1knllwn\ ,
of the rl..IIIJ
several days las one \l1'p"hit one ear; no brand; i
Colley spent I Iwe.k best
Fiances tiniiifornintion. comes to u> Always on hand. The service
Miss, Airum bend. Owner eiinHICUIO
-- in LaC'roKse with little city white picded!; l>utt
buhiM ---- - ---- thatvc ,iinn vMittoful tuition for at the lowest prices. Specialattention '
a pastur-
nnnnal l
HiII, of J.llwteVa by paying
Stillke Wednesday."Inm Hattie flue Weeks.Mr. I E.1.: Johns has moved! ti. Thrift during hew( war limes mu'.1be I age and advertisement. I.. A. Wynn, to telegraph orders
Jacksonville whole he will for thE \ wl11"01"1.: Tho United State 118H.Urovo's .
-- our
- -- : S. J. Prescott amdaughter. Starko.
: u"11Irll. I for Uncle, Sam as at I of the warring niltiona Embalmer
Canon of Island drove. of Sampsoi present do his 1tbo only one Registered
p / :Miss Gladys ,. than -- - -----
C. Popped : with( I emploje in the office of the Merrill thai, I ("oilucoa mole fat t
Mrs. J. Starke
in chill Tonic
"stung Tuesday Tasteless !
n spent i i''
---- -- Stevens shil) 'nr.1.Vhpl\ the war I it conMumi, lint thorc's n I'hortagl'ul1 I DeWITT
W't. f Jones--was- a business visih friend:, and relatives-. over and! conditions have become nor' in the it heirS due from. the follow I restores vitality. mill energy liy purlfylail reel\ lt.Stronuth-and nttlihlnil [ Fla. I
---- --- his chosen thn liliKnl You i'mi mmn
, section Saturday. coal Mr. Johns will return to -'ling onuses: ,
7. <' Brnukor. Remcmblr-"Every day i is; ) oloo vnlutt, Invtiiuraitnil Fffi'"i Prim OOo. ----- - --- ---- :
butter anti
profession.Mrs. Our wn toful habits,
N' ind :Mrs I,. Wynn spent Sat-! Bargain Day at Stump's.liss I shortage ill Allloil countries duo to
of relatives -. --- of Ft. :Myers, ii is I cattle for moat,1 "
l,. i Hampton, guests ----- 11, W. Grady, sacrifice of dairy !
--- -- :\ Pearl Whjttcn of Uaiford, has: the members of needs If
--- her this week helping \lack of toiiiiuiio to supply TIRES n
Stump's Shoes before entered the Bradford County nigh( the "'. C. T. IT. to put on a member- 'Allies! from othor oountnon, loss in TIRES TIRES

See School, and is stopping at the homo '.1'ip! i| drive. Kvery: woman 'n the city I II 'Irnnopnit liv milimarino", large qimn-. !f
1', and 111'SY.. J. l Cpperson. within the next munitioi- ,
of Mr. .. j will' IIP. culled upon titles us> d ?in making 7JJ f;
-- --- nml C.oi il! .11, 'I u's,
-- ---- - themselves with I II.IM- ren-iveil lot of( Aimrnan > )
a new
few days to identify anti lulu'irnnts. lust lot'
atIMI : .J
\ "!' .111""".s of in Waldo Stnrko, wan Tuua-- Friend learn here of of his Lamer death I>on roke Oct.will 3, i this organization, which\ has for its soaps On Satin,fay,, 1-inr 1 ::: :M Nov: !nth. at all ire,, ItcHt |pate* in t town on Im..i ami tul..... Hrint vulir old ;; 1

''In regret Camp to Sherman, Ohio. Pneumonia i battle cry the protection of the chitIN lInll!!' (ri"1;;'' the follow ,mibjopt- lirc-i In me.C'dl, In.iki1 IIi'in ..* good as .in v\ .it t ,111.11",1. f'J:.;' .

--- Joe, following influcn/a, was the cause oC i dren. 'will 'be ilN'u-' l along with lain l 'nionlrntions soup- Seroml!! liicvdi, ', (,nil. l 11,iss iliape.' r< Inlill, ,-"In.I$20.( .
\V ,right and son, In -'il.iil: tlri-KMinifi
hiM death. MIMOKY:; or FIMNK TlLLiSOn Situation in the
ahum section Friday on The tint
'' annual l'lectloloC officers of) ( : World \\a\\ \ '. Source of Fat mid\ Vnl-\ STARKE VULCANIZING WORKS : i 1 .
The ::1' Frank departed -
AnwricanH. Thursdav: Oct. Iff, ofliff""t,:, Kinds! to tho Itody. ,
\\ "1' Gainesville, !'pentI..k Bradford County will be held! at the courthouse : this life to u better world! above.vllltb'hefurc \ ur 1 I-;: I\IA: K. ('I.IIIHI-.1.: :
Cross short r
i, \\ in Sturke withi in Stark.ovemh.: ..,. :20, IOTA! nt: lie was the only death! sick angel just a visited his --..-- --- i \
CORNM U I-M( < !..t11'O -
--- -- --- 20: p. m.Look, home and aid"nll is well\ we must go I 'nsr 1 AT (U'NTY:; r\iu I r

of Luke Itutlor paid +I' now." He leaves a wife, two dtught-: : :
i MI i Hi al t '
,'nllon.lllY\ : at those Men's Ruby nnd A vie Lee on" sun Hoy, C'luh members
flue a era and I'ig -I f

h 'I eh, I Stump's-- --and--- -- Save- --Money.'- -- I a mother, besides, five a host sisters l of other and, two relatives! brothers me annual All\I"l'l"t"(Torn contest; \ hear\will be\in held mind in that connectIon the-_ When You Come to Jacksonville i:.:

Swe'l' line of- Ladies' Hats Or. Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic'and fitnils) to mniii his departure: I with the Hriulfnrd (County hair nt ,j
and. Influenza 1'innk, a 1'e".I"I.t' of Lrook'ifd : : "': ;j j.A'. }
for Chills, Fiver, Ciiippc was l.nk Butler Friday! Nov. 15. SII's i Most t InterestingStore I
us I .t* arrived at Stump's. for sale only by Mitchell's I itrugStove. .. 1'1VI:1 I by all -thr knew hini. lie ten oar exhibitof .. [ 9 Jt ,H'{t5" d
books, i.
record .
hUMI':1IIl inul falhei. The "ICz,; t'');)
,'. faithful I "
Price :w( tea a club members Iii I Florida
!! ('nt and. pigs owned by t
W, ''I!. ot Jncksnivil'e.: spt corn :
left i.
i Frank us 'V
in Staikontn.i On Oct. Ifith. dear be, delivered to the Count'! "' ? '. / aIEZZZ.: f
IIn.Tuell.lny should
r Monday \ C. T. Barrett, manager: of Stump'sstore for home in henvn. in the e''i nuifcr' Monday '1.1
Agent lit the fair grounds 45,49V.. St. TI.rulhr I.Uk'to 4() \V Torsyth .I
in Sturke n' Hay
n at Lake Butler] was t .' o'clock! im a'i'1 cnrn" and flub contests arc bom! ,I
the removal of nund, his ,pain Nov. 11 The .
Monday supervising of comna .hl "titi nn
of voice ., in the
Mm Daisy Moore and brother, the from the branch store at , saying" all is held I in other count ; ;
goods and k'cseil his 'r. v Uradford\ con- in Books
High t
Starke coming in
V-rossa, reentered the from reports.
Lake Cutler to Staike: veil I, 'tis finished now.: All youvnni will make even U
.hr' Monday. I ------- !J" told above-1 nty boys. anti girls l reliable tl" f
to tell can showing than many other con' Fiction, Books on Agriculture and pursuit >v
A. Gardiner has but better
County Judge feo! where shall know naught 1
.' B Drowning of the Wateroak resumed hit ollicial duties at the courthouse and you love. But where happiness nties, authors Toy Books Reference, Travel e-Ic. '
de. d :Monday night from nn at- absentee list pence Fair nsHocmtion has
after beint on the and gladness can never decrease or I The County
nflui''?/a.M I for the past three" weeks suffering withan end, and where kind nnd lovingly made a liberal offer of cash prize t't.
offering and Stationery
returned attack of the mfluen/.a. Jesus is their Sovereign nnd friend \ and! the hunks of the county arc
has Club
!"njti i SternburR A Cousin. -i.holarships to the
I" 'kn<, "vide\ and l is at her homen Men's to lio held, at Cainesvill,' Tine Wedding and Society Engraving made in our own exclusive !
Very Special Price on Graham; I'In., Oct 28, 1918. \ short course
i" 'rvt reel ,
; Heavy Winter Top Shirts at --- 'in I ember. expected. to plant., Ask to see samples.' .
I I Kviiilub:: mender is !
One Thousand yards best Stump's. FollowMARTY TillIARlNF.: ; nuke an exhibit and to be presen

jingham at 20 cents per yardn - --.-- I I By Ilndley! of the Marines) I''Knd.iv.! Nov 15: at Lake Butler am Toys and Athletic Goods i t j jA
Saturday Or Powell's Chill and. Fever 1 In the nurgazine section of the New- will ,In; ndnnttoil( to the Fair groundfree : !"

( sale 2t Stump's to for Chills Fever, Grippe and Influenza York llnrnM\ Every Sunday Order that day. Toy Shop open the year round, Supplies' (for all jour favorite (l(
Not over 25 yards litch.I'Nlrllit\ \ \ '
lorning., for sale only by tmlny. will be uri.ingid -
your copy An
i customer. Stoiv. price :'I0c. --- -- for this day and all farmer!!I sports and pastimes ,, 'I!oj
---- -- Constipation or the count; '
-- --- For Indigestion generally of
of Lake Buttti'ndinn :Messrs. Wesley Dyal Geiger! Barry, BiliousnessJust und .peoplu effort t'ntti all 11
I", Hill Williams\ '' 'I lilted to make a special : IERMOS BOTH ES, A necessity in seasons
to business mutters W. P. Byrd. Silheit Weeks, E. T. try ono! [50-ccnt;, bottle of LAX-FO; mi I I the' Fnir Friday, Nov. 15, nni'

.,. Mi' .In:". Stewart iiiui R. W. Surrency were i WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid! DifcCMiv i ' th' boy and girls of the' FLAS11 I LIGI ITS Useful t-vtrywlu-rc and saltf'1(1 !
among the Graham citizens attendingto to take Made an"I mi .
I..T iluc iliasant
Starko Friday. : Puns l1edi.CIl 11 tl'.' Ir.' u'rornptihing.Get UHFS! ('jour,1'rrtming, Artists GootU I'
I I' Knight was in JnKp..r business in __ ret 0111I111'1' dl.1 to the public by ,
I. "? legal I business beforf <' <',i, in ''i'fiMiir 'rs nf Lnxiitiv> I'p ''' t "
the lirnokei citizens ill n.Muless ciuil'; 'I'.u- Practical GIFTS (?>lr all occasions 1
"+ ; il.irii-l . Among Q"uan'! alltllo'I' the Genuine
I .-- town Monday: attending the meeting. of and Avoid , KODAK Photo Tii.ishmg of the. I tier sort :;
-I.."s will be held at thin the county hoards and tran-at tmu! Jlf

n, h. :wroth': Sunday. Come business matters were 1\1"s I 'np' nth us. E.: M.: Him-n A. B. Hm"'I'ItI'y.< I A w 1 1It M.ul! inquiries! leceivi. prompt' atUntton t:
I Blown:, and L. Gainey 1. Economy

W 'n. the Bradford l County -- - I r in Every Cake if; Iii

t, II., . was in Palatkn Tuos Special Sale on Children'sUnderwear Helps + '

.'. II I ''isincss. at Stump's. I .),

- There can be no doubtas \
Men's and to the merit cf Cardul, J<
Special Sale on Next Sunday i m Orphanage Day at the wor" m's tonic, in ;1'1'III '
3ovs' Shoes at Stump's Satur- the Baptist ihurch Lot there. IK H the trt 'Inen! of many IIf

j day. I general coming( up to thi help. of tl%. troubles peculiar to

- -.- orphans. Preaching at 11 I a. m, and 7 + women. 1 1'"e thousands When Your Pocket"Is

.. ._ .t Dohannan: and O. I D p. m.; Sunday school at O:1': I;; a m' n"Y. 01100'J\I who Carclui have in been the III
_ r awti'y. were attending tc" P. U. at (5:0.1( : ) p. m. past 40 var', :, is conclusive -
----- -
n Starke Saturday. \ pr' of that it Is a
Rev. Alfred! Evemli-n, and Mr J. I>. good medicine for women

V 11'- Freeman has gone to" Randall two of Lawtey's prominent who suiter. It should Bank

.1 .t(. Va. to be with her hus-'. citizens veers in Starke Wednesdav on + help you, too. fiEjTlie Your II

etpt.A. II. Freeman. l hli"inf'IR,...... Evcnden is the Tel, TakaCARDUI /t

---- ----- trraph's currespond-nt rOm.I.awt..y
,1 Ri, ,'r-. of Lake Butler was iurke and In company with :Mr Randall, pnid' -- i

'" :Monday on busines"h' the Telegrnrh office nn appreciated

"unty commissioners. all. Your money doesn't last long. It just slips awny

-- -- -- -- -- - --- -- until there is nothing left and t
Ruth red a litttle at a time
\1 I
'i" Emilie and Everyone j h urged to bring their II

from Bunnell Saturday to 1'1.- fruit sends, such at peach seed-. pAine" then you wonder where it went.It .

her duties in the Starke school. pits, olive pits hickory nut shells,

etc., to J, W. White & Son's store : : Woman's Tonic -.. '
1 WaMlin, of Graham, wa1 All of the above are used. ,in making is safe when it is deposited in i

i ,- "M.. Graham citizens attendini gas mask Florida is behind with I Mrs. N. E. Varner, of this bank and is here when you
th na ',>f the county boards orStump's her contribution for this much needed) Ilixson. Tt: n., writes: gc i
n industry. I "1 was pacing throughthe ;: I need it. Don't you think that
. My back and 1
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with sides were terri:-le, and would be the better way? i
is loaded ;
Store Knit Sweaters and Caps- my suftcnr.s: iidcscnba-!

[Bargains. the kind the babies cry for at + ble. I .;an't tlI!! just how
and when 1 hurt, about

""' ,. Harrison! and brother of Stump's. alt overt I think . I BANK OF STARKE .
begin: Cirdul.! and ///I/j
.'' .. were r>ie">ts at the Yio"- -- - !: my
. pains row t< s and: I IKS,
flrst of lion N. .\. Bit h.or. TiiMjihn--. IR'
d '! Mrs: .1. 0. Fralick t t until\ I as .- ired. I lam I.
was in StarkM'mdav: nrn i i'" t t.i iMontbrook remarkably
his :: strong: for a :.J...: State County and City Depository
; to cast vote Tuesday :+ woman! I CJ years cf ae.: T ,
Mrs H O. Daniel and Bon, Russell\ On his return to Tullahas-ien he wnsnciompanied I da all my liousework." Ihf

' ,irr 'he,r home in J.icVmvilli. by his wife. whr has been I" Try(:steeled. today. B-76 ;J STARKE, FLA. JJI :

";,, r,"J' a weefc'j visit with :Mrs visiting her daughters' sdann-s T. I

.1.' '., irenta. Mr.: and \Irs.! Wm, N. Limbaugh, J. E. Futch and II. L.. "" l .= :+ -
E ward. Brow nice, for the past several weeks!


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I.( ;" INN Of The County U Bradford County Farmers

I ONLY PROTEC '{ IIll'G fOI':" \ -

HAMPTON: : VV.. iiif t'l.i'l, to ii-ptitt , lioroiMii 1: ., lwellinit erected \'EE'f.HI.'Iilt; : : FLOWER SKKI: ) VACCINATION\GAINSTCHOLERA:: : : : FEI-'i i 'I' "VJ 1 1During

W.i.-", Roberts. of Rait'ordisitei'
; nicely.The
\ I is 'improving .
Ins ,,,I" II. J. RobertaTuesday. : Editor: Telegraph! : --I I will i appreciatiit
Hampton, Nux.. -.1'ruf. It. A. writer, bus been I retiieslei| t <| to nnm.iinri' ; -ii; Many; letters nrcrecivcd by Dr. A. the pioon.s :
.. that there will I I I I be niii'ting w-ry much if you will I give puhh'ilyto : letters have *
Sturke visitor h..I'l' ' t prayer II. Logan spot-in: ] veterinary mspecto;
(Green of was a will have for
+ Saturday. ,nt the Christian. church Wetlnrs.liij 1 IJ. (i. Kelly nunli- business trip, to I the; fact that several I soon thousand nf tin- I'mvi-rsity' of Florida, ,exten 'm.-nt Station J"'l', <"

JIIUICh."and"I'. Naval student III d night Nov. 1 lth. Kvi-rybody: in. Lake, UutlerIonday.: : free distribution of and flower seed packages MUM i,, tlivi.-ion, inquiring' about the bility of grinding; .

the University of Florida, is till' \ ted to attend. Little Spring school opened :Monday,, These will \vegetable be: sent out sometime this value of widely advertised) remedial 'S'of livestock. Th. "1

guest of his parents here and is qultl'; :Mrs.' !Mary Holder of Lake Geneva; ;Mrs. liruce Wnrn-n ,being the princi. package,: .SO-('ailed cures anti specifics for numerous imjmn. "ft
ill nt this writing. is visiting her daughter, Mrs.: II. SRoebuck. pul. with very good, attendance should Fail and advise I persons mc;at once, so a that their hog ..hol<'1'O. Remedies of this class grinding into n\l'.11' ;! lit y

#, A. A. Dunlen was a business vi"i. .-_.- :'IIi8sll1uII: Shaw, of Urooker was!! names can go on the list now ben: ? are usually accompanied by many hay.

tor in Jacksonville' Tuesday. --- visiting her HI"h'rIrlt.: L T.-Jubose I 1 made up. These seed, are high grade testimonials which are used us strong( As a general n, '!ito
Dr. L. D. Loughridge of :iIaxyi 11 few days of the past week. carefully Mjleitcd and should arguments to recommend them. Dr are improved by LT i

; On. was the guest of relatives 1 here I very: Logan it should be borne in mint:! J. :M. Scott mil',: ,:'l
gladto says
1 I (;irliuam( Nov. 8.-Arch Purdcn) of 1' A. Williams, of Lake Butler visited give good results. I hall be very reliable remedies do not require Florida experiment ''Jt
:Monday.Dr. his brother, W. It. Williams on send a package,: to each person applying that
husines svisitor, hereMonday. u
I J. C.: Bishop, of Cl1inesvill.; Ifamiton, was a I the supply lasts.! such testimonials. It should also be we mean that the f. "
Thursday. so long as ''
niadi' a professional visit here ;\Ion- : I: remembered that no great discoveriesof !' increased l by grinding; i I

A, ; day in consultation with Dr.I :M Iioldle- I Mrs.: C. H. Roberts, visited her son I II I J. J. Cox made a business trip to With best wishes, I am, Siruerelyyours this character have been made outside conditions we do not 1a

ton. I in the Wateroak II.tionIonday.: I Jacksonville Thursday.Jim I CLARK. I the laboratories regularly e'luipIp,1 I grinding: of feeds wil, '

; -- Rev. N. T. King, of, Starke, wn at J. It. Reynolds made u business trip I I Dowling 1 wife and little son, -FRANK. for, and recognized! by State and In case you are feei) c' """

to New River Tuesday. Cecil, were visitors to :Mrs. B. J. Roberts I whose teeth CJ
t pleasant visitor hero ;Monday while r"" ; :National Governments us doing reliable are bndh
I Thomas l .\liM IES' NATIONAL *
turning from Tampa, whore he haq :Messrs r. II. Roberts and Dr.1 Sunday.Mr. TIIK research work.If entirely, grinding will

j been the guest of relatives. : made a business'" trip to Stnrke last I : an.1 l Mrs.! Lamb, accompanied by CONGRESS: ; I livestock owners! would l remem- With the present ,h"...-,",. '"*

t :Mrs. W. K. :Middleton was "hopplnJ| Tuesday. I Mrs.: Campbell motored over to New- I her that they have competent reprcentatives labor, it will be found .. .'J?
) Visitors
.' in Gainesville Saturday. I I D. J. Ityrd was in Starke Tuesdayon berry Sunday. Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. (i.- < in the department of agri- to let the animal do th "" *

!. .1. W. O'Keefe.J of Atlel. Ga., was I business. Fritz Townsend, of Lake Butler was to the Farmers', National Congrt'HN. culture nt Washington the State Exjeriment inl:". -

.' the guest of friends here Monday. ,i Mrs George; Stone and granddaughter \ -I in our burg Sunday.J. I 'which will be held in connection with Station at Gainesville and, With the hays and ?_

iJ 1 A. A. Futeh our popular cashier tlf :Miss Florence Walker, made a J. Cox, one of our retired merchants he 1 State: ; Fair & Exposition will be state Live Stock Sanitary Board at animals will eat a larir.. r. -, 'pl

;:, the Hampton State Bank, i is again on business trip to Sampson Tuesday. J has lately purchased A. I). Du- given an opportunity to hear. the best Tallahassee who are glad to give themall of it when ground Iou! ,T i"loes "
Mr. and :Mrs. S. I). Dukes in l.oso's store. In music! that Florida has. to (offer as '
t were grocery\ not increase !
' duty after being laid up several laYR( : I the information they can along ( .K" -
business.N. I Sum and of Lake in elaborate musical program! i I" being
Hampton Tuesday on Singer family, I Ii the
: with the influenza. these lines and,! that such information hay or forage. Ifh ,?
I 1. .Jon ,-R and son, Percy, made a. Butler, passed through our bun Sunday arranged for redition during the ConcreHs. : "
J I :Mr. and, :Mrs. L. J. Wynn of Star is in i is reliable and free (or the asking,1 forage he harvested' "
msiness trip to Stnrke Tuesday.Miss morning, enroute to Gainesville. I'roffHHor William :Meyer of Jj
after- I stage maturity and
were " Saturday trouble a
ant money.
q(, :. Leila Strickland of Waldo, vis-! I... It. Grahiim and J. P. Williams barge! of the program and has Hur- I here: will be no difficult.!
noon. I cannot impress too strongly upon ;
.* Mr.: and Mr((. C. II. Priest, of Star... ted her brother, Ligc Strickland, last nude n nhort trip over to Lake Butler rounded himself with.. the foremost nr- ,| the swine raisers of the State that ,I the: animal to eat plenty -' .?J?
lint. -
I fists in musical
iveek. |I
I returned to their home !Monday afspending Saturday morning.Mr. I' here is no cure for hog cholera when out grinding. Most of th, 'lilt
Messrs.: K. It. Poppell and A. C. I Mrs. Will Harrell and little in yet
I and
; ( ) several days here the ICUt'HtS While the complete program once' established as to produce horses and cows here in F; .. ??

of Mrs. Idella Priest, who has been ('n' ws, of Starke, were here Wednes- laughter, Kathleen, of Raiford were I unavailable, several of the individual physical' signs of the disease as stag-j'I' lots of time to do thl'ir1',, grIt '(!inl.
day on business. I visitors at the home of Mr. and :MM. features already have been arranged curl outjof is impossible
) quite ill. ering: gait lopping of ears, to make afeed
!"h..ritrV.. J. Epperson and Deputy J. J. Cox Sunday. I for and prore..orIey'r: has announc- ,, out of g"Jd
of Red knitting arched material
A new supply Cross the tail, mattering eyes, I poor i h>> ll1'1 dl
Sheriff W. W. Haisden, of Starke, were Miss: Victoria Douglass, of Alachua, ,'d the of some of the artists r
f ?, yarn has been I received, at the work names hack tucked up condition of flanks It. You may fool your hor ,- ,.1,
business visitors here Thursday.Mr. iH the guest of Mrs. Tom Douglass this who wilt take part. :Mme. Greta ('hal- '
T..m-I .
local brunch und the la- few times this
rooms of the I etc., neither is there any known a i on kind of i T ">;?
( dies of the community are curnesirequested Cunningham and sons, Erwin veek. len Berg prima donna soprano will ely which will protect or immunize but they will soon learn The rj 1
md, Unety, were here Thursday after- Conductor A. D. Dubose and family be heard In an aria as well as in a anti.1hog
time in not eat the feed, |
;1ti. i to spend their spare 'I hOlts against cholera except the ground n ,!'. ,
; knitting. ioon. / were guests of his father, S. W. Iuose ) umber of Mingle/ songs., George; Orner. cholera serum. than that not ground.!

R I" We regret to report the condition of Tom !Mills made, a business trip to Sunday. who needs no introduction to Florid-1 --a - - -

Merious this writ- iturke Thursday. I Miss Ruby Ware, one of the prominent I fans, and one of the foremost violinists -: -

I t ing.Frank Mr.Hicks Hicks(as has I been in nt poor health J. R. lieville and daughter made. II I teachers at Cedar Keys, i in home of the Southern states, also 'to ill i j I'SE DISEASE) : FREE SEED TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR

for a number of years, and is now Buffering businesH trip to Stnrke Friday. now on account of the flu. II I he heard. Mrs Blanch Delgado Shof :] POTATOES NASTY CALOMEL

S the effects of Owen Dynl and wife, of Starkt'. Messrs. J. R. Mott and J. F. Williams field recognized as a pianist of unusual -
from after a re-
of the week here with made business Sutten the third of the triol Greater Yields Will Result
spent part past a trip to ability is
of the flu.
cent attack Starts Liver
-----. the former's sister, Mrs. f:. D. Ahnnthy. .. & Haysworth's mill at Scout Hole Saturday I announced. I your Without Mai-
The reduction of production
THERESSATheressa : afternoon. A special I feature will be made of caused by diseases during crop each ing YC-.I:: Sick and Canr .

:Mrs.' f'. H. Roberts, spent last week ;Messrs. Palon Colton Toney :Morgan ensemble dinging which will be under year,
is I times when
in the \Vatcronk section with her son, and Jesse Shirley, employes of the shipyard I the direction of Bertram %Vhe'atlt'y,, I I enormous. war >ot Salivate.
r Nov. H.-Leon Leo has 1'1'- maximum crop production is most important -
'Roy Roberts, who is suffering with nK'rre of Jacksonville, passed! through of Good] I
of the Church
few organist 1"". Every druggist in .
I. turned to Baldwin after a days'; B. Floyd plant town-yo'
case of the flu. our burg Sunday, enroute to their
visit here at Lakeside with his pnrpn18,1 I :Mrs Austin Youngblood of Waiwus homes at Brooker. Shepherd. : gist of the experiment phYliOIO-1 and everybody's drugifiiit ias 10ted -

5)) Mr. and! :Mrs. ;M. W. Lee. II. C. During each day of the Farm Congress every precaution should be ti a great falling off in the SIIIof !!
here Friday shopping. peeples and family
! : I II. 11.i Woodurd, of Starke, was a I bus- n concert will he featured for loss from, this. cause may be ns small r calomel. They all give th. ian,
I ,
J. A. J. :McKinney of Sampson City | by their daughter and her husband '
(jS h ness visitor here Thursday.. the entertainment of the visitors and as possible. realion. Dodson's Liver Tone i,is takrj;:
was a business' visitor here Friday. attended the birthday dinner
( ; J. I P. King spent a few days rp.ntly the general public. i Practically all the seed potatoes its place.
I Andrew Sparks, of Louise, was h'rp.Friday J given by their son-in-law, SyncgulI .
lit Dunnellon with friends and business.Otlell I 1 Ilol[ ler. -- used by Florida growers are secured, "Calomel is dangerous ard p pIIknow

,S $ Ives. on Abernathy made a busini. "; < _ n Lin1: LIVESTOCK HARVEST CROPS from the North. A number of the it, while Dodson's Liv., '1'. '.es

I f I' S. Woodard, of Jacksonville' ( more destructive diseases of potatoes rfcctly safe and gives bett.-r redts -

; S here Saturday night with his wa"l, trip; to. Stnrke 1n.: I Abernathy Tuesday.Mrs. nnd broth. KNOCKS OUT"THE The great question before our farmers lire earrietl I in and l distributed, with the ," paid a prominent !oralgist. dr-jj-

I 7 :Mills 1 Batten was. a visitor to Stiirl ,, (>wen 1 Dynl, and wife made a business now is how much food nnd feed seed l potatoes. It therefore follows. \llojson's Liver Tone i? pertor-

Saturday., products can be produced per man that if the potato grower wishes to ally guaranteed by every druori"! who

, P Mr. and Mrs. M. 7.. Sullivan spent. trip to Gainesville made and not per acre says )Dr. J. E.: Tur have his fieldfiee, from these diseases sells it A large bottle cost .;0 ren't,
Roberts trip
.J P.
I I n "FLU"Remarkable
the week-end at :Miller with Mrs. Silivun's ul- : Hampton lington of the state college of agri he will obtain seed that are and if it fails to give easy relief.

; f parents, Mr.: and Mrs. II. C. to Thursday.Wesley made business to I culture. We have acreage all right, he known to be healthy.In every case of liver sluggishness tnt!

"' Peeples.Mrs. Waldo Dynl a trip says, at least here in Florida but the I some fields in the north great constipation, you have only to .L?k !aryour

4.tpI S. Woodard was a visitor to Saturday. busines visitorto Medicinal Proper- question is where are the men ? If care is taken to see that the plants money back.Lodson's .
Chesley Fogg was a '
Hampton Sunday morning. I more crops can be produced with a nre kept free from certain diseases.! Liver Tone is a pea! =av-

ij t Mrs. J. II. Moore! of Starke, spent Oaineville Tuesday ties of a Noted Doctor'sPrescription larger acreage: why not put in nlarger The fields arc inspected at regular sting, purely vegetable remedy

the week-end here with her son, !\II' I :Messrs. Jesse Vanlandingham aHenry acreage. This can certainly be intervals! by competent pathologists, harmless' to both children aH, .ud.9Take ':'
MoDavid: ) of Monteochn Wfhere
D.I W. Moore.II. June in some cases, for instance where and if at the end 1 of the season the a spoonful at night ,at 'ijvnkt

M. Woodard was a visitor to the Saturday.Oliver the harvesting can be done by live plants are found to be practically free up 1 feeling fine; no biliousn-, *. 'Irk
,. Sparks, of Louise! was here For people have been taking
years would do well toonsider headache acid stomach or cons" !!
S county seat Saturday. stock. Our farmers from, these diseases! the inspector I ,
afternoon business. IV. Williams' No. 101 Tonic for chills
,. It. C. Jenkins of Luke Geneva; wi".. Saturday on , the advisability of putting furnishes the owner with a certificate I Ito howels. It doesn't gripe or ,stile
Poison Thomas nnd sister :Myrtle. nnd fever colds anti Now |
grippe. they
I , 'ke
inconvenience the
I all next
I I1 I the coming of
1 a visitor hero} Sundny. larger acreages,: year that effect. Seed potatoes taken
Monteochn here Saturday the it is of the best things
; were ore finding om i
violent calomel. Take d I 1'-
'. :Miss niliHYIonr; ,* and brother returned I I "lIC'h crops as can be harvested by from these fields are known as '.. a omel -"
S ghOsts of Miss Vinnie Lnne. to fight the Spanish influenxn. The eeIweak
I to t Starke: ; Sunday afternooi I ivi'stoc-k. which are peanuts, fled need.Wherever:. .rti-I 1 today and tomorrow mi'
I. among
Ii, :Mr. and :? -. K. T. Stewart nnd :MiMarshal es. I quinine In it kill the influenza germ sick and nausented I'day's ). . ,...
:' where" they will enter school again.Mrs. \ orn nn.1'l'lvC't benns. One of thee possible t'i do so, ,
: )Uurgess made a busines tripto quickly and tboroly. It doesn't have ahancc ..
r el
; R.I Clark, of Hampton 1"'l1t 11> Stark Saturday.I ,' And the iron in the medicineis I ., '
S Tone instead and feel flnf. fu1' \ so?
Saturday and Sunday here with relaI I he hoof and this is especially true t he potato growers obtain certified!
I Thomas was a business visitor one of the best tonics and builds I 'r'
,, and ambition. 1
1 lit this time when labor is scarce. If eed.,I. Such seed, necessarily' costs
tivex.We t"; Starke Saturday.Otlell . up the !system restoring lost vitality.
regret to "report the illness of !, Volt can handle a larger acreage than iiore, but it is worth more. The in- -
Abernathy wim business i itor I-: increasing the appetite and renewing : : :; .
I :Mrs.i \.V. :M. I Brown! who i is at the horn a 'our own little farm why rent it.It "roased 1 production obtained will makeit + + .. + + . .. .. + + + :
S to (::ain,>svII, ,' Saturday.Messrs. 'the health thus mnking. the system 4 LEC.L: Nl'iTC. .'
I 7; of :Mr. ml l :Mrs. Dave :Manning, near i isi often the case that us much or u very profitable investment. .
: Jesse and Truhy able' throw off ,ilisense A j
Surrency to
i germs. I i .. . .
\ . + "
Sturke, having tjone there where she cnn be muile nn t-pntml. .... .. -- + + + + "'
I ynl of I Hampton spent the ,\'( .k"lIdIwr third ingredient of the medicine I is ;; . -- -
could l receive i medical I attention. | as on personally owned land. This (I-U5 :MEMBERS i ::: : : TO HELP .
(' with relatives. magnesia, which act on the liver an'bowels. NOTirESit
; :Master So in it.i Woodard was n V isiS has been shown to be the case. se-her- IN: )FOOD l'loIt"rINlii ( : mnnthn after .Int. hen' I e ".. nl t tIn
l>. J. It.vnl and daughter. ;\Mabt. )Dr. Williams' N'o. 101 Tonic ". II "> '
tor to Starke: ; Saturday.We :: f farm management have votichpni nnd flnnl m-cnunt I.
fj, vere in Mrooker Saturday on busines jis, therefore, an ideal! preparation. I Inever It ever surveys f!,.>. A. Vinrlinr. County Jn.lir.-. H"rt,. .
have been requested to announce I been' made thruout the United State Jefferson schoolboy '' >' '"
county every County. Florldn, anil auk f"r m\
Mr.: and l Mrs.: Harry Dyul of Sampson | fails to produce desirable result "
.r that there will be It. Y. 1'. U. Sunlay Grow variety of crops antI keep the and girl has been asked by county f <-hare fin ailmintntrntor of Oh ,,'n" 'V
City were here Saturday shoppini and it is. specially suitable for fighting I I'n.lcrhlll. di'rpanril.
S I night at the Baptist church. All inenibers Henry Surrency of Plant City, wn< the "flu." No other combination of horse or mule busy. It is unpatriotic home demonstration agent ;\Ir..... .lani Thin the Sih dRY of \nsmt. \1"- '

I ''H, are urged to be Iresent.I I''to allow the horse to stand in thstable ( 'i rter Duneome. to enlist. their aid I,I J. L. UVPFKIIlt< '
here Sunday evening, the guest of hi" drugs I could produce such happy R-fl.Ilmn. clm, "'
) Henry Koon, of Starke, was a visitor 1'1'-1;I and eat. He must be the mean in producing more food. ;Mrs. Dun i
J:1'IUhlllullhterIrs.: J. II. Surrency.WOUTIIINCTON j I suits.. Try a few ,does of it and -
I here one tlay last week.Messrs. -- ----. .-- - --- convinced of its marvelous. I of producing, more feed and food than come says it is her aim to get p.t'ry'; cnTlrFnrAppl ICATION' 'OH( TtX I.FEO
: Cyril Lanier and, %Willie power.Your he eats b ,y and girl in the county to do soiti rM>EK SECTION' It OF fit \PTFB I I'"

Johns, of I visitors here l: j druggist can supply you--25 definite I LAWS OF FI.OKIIUNnticv ....
Hampton were piece of work. They .l.c \ l.i1"i
- *- ---- In hinliy Blvfn that .
and rifle bottles. Refuse to accept any; < ,-
, Sunday afternoon. (JIVE; : l'ot'I.TItPIUWER CAR ing asked to take a pig raise sosmchickens i II".hn- r ol I Tax errtiflrati-.- 1" '." !
:: Worthington. Nov. R.-I"l\'ular- substitute. There is nothing like DrWilliams' l"h dRY'of S.t. A. I). illS hartillcnti. .1 u! >I'I''.
Sunday school will I bo held every a ,calf or ti> grow some food ,I. "
ices were held nt Sardis Saturday nnunday ; No. 101 Tonic in Influenza I I in my olfic and lm flu .
; ,, "
tt Sunday afternoon at 2:110: o'clock from The great drawback for profitable crop. children-will report tn theiiteachers 'lion for tax il Im.d to I..". In ncc..luni, -' .,
I by Pastor J. L. Xorris.Mrs. I cases. either as n remedy or prevenlive. ''iiw Soil I ei'HIHeatv rmhraci." ll" .
S: now on. poultry keeping in case the results .of their "
very many work "
; (Cochran of Gainesville, was 11 .-Adv.-No. 2. .|"-.tpfl'rl y nituatcd I in lira 1 I'
S J. P. King is spending n few lays in ,leasiint visitor here a few days las S is the lack of careful and timely con Club members in this county are being 'v. Klorlda. tow:it S\V Qua0. I
Jacksonville on a combined business -- -- siderntion and not ignorance as mansuppose givenpenal ,instruction the 2 A.'n'. In NW Qun"4tp 0' a
>ii "
I. !
eek.Messrs.. :SECI-RK 'O'n iII'N'rlsG: of Main treet unit N. or R M. .... I
and pleasure trip. is the belief of Dr. N. \VSnnhorn saving of seed anl h"W. Railway '"
corn to >>reserve '- roo. nnd W 0' A. C. L. '
: Lee Graham anti ..J.ViI. LICENSE:: : : EARLY: "
S (;l. :%I. Bennett expects to. leave one extension poultry husbandman it and other iced) from weevils "M" in Worhln..lon.. S...,. 2., ,rE ........., ..
hams made'' a business trip to Lnklutler .i ....... The ul" 1.,01 < l'
day this week for Maitlund. where hwill Florida. yttr5'
the of <
University ouch"
at - -- I ho' ulitte of the iccuance or
is issue
Tuesday afternoon. Judge Gardiner now ready to -
I... employed in the belt. He Chicken lice, and the name of Unknown. .
orange pox roup many; ..!...m.! "
'V""I.y'llIillmlL made a business hunting licenses to all who expect t'nlM. ial.1 certificate ihall b ,
will be accompanied by his daughter, the ailments that commonly infect th""n
I trip to Sturke Thursday. to participate in this sport.. The season of cordln. to law. tn deed will !lea""
I Rhoda.S and affect poultry are due in almoMtev'r the 2nd day of Dvcemb. A [D 11'. 'n""
Lee Ininey, of Urooker, was in our opens November 20, but he is anxious Witnv. my olTlclal aiKnature .nol I "
Ben Hall spent a day or two recentlyat the carelessness of thiowner. .
case to I> 1"1'W
) A.
town> Friday. that those who intend to hunt to the 21lth day of October WEEK"Sel
Waldo with relatives. T .
R. is few the license nnd avoid thrush C"ilford .
D.I Taylor spending n days secure early Clerk" CirCuit
Miss: Beady Croft. of I.lIlu.! came There is no greater point than sanitntion. f..II"Y
ith relatives here. I on the opening day. li-i-st. Bra
Sunday to open her school here' The house .shed or whatever', toRTJJV oIZfWCKSONVUlE.IU _
Brinkley Hayes of Bradford was in'lown The costs of these licenses will be as
Mr.: I Chas. Triest, IIfValI..., he
was n poultry is kept should clean and LEMON JUICE
> Saturday afternoon. follows; 1TA& GIRLS!
visitor here Sunday. The fowls should be free
Fred) lliuen of Firooker was a busi- County License, $1.00. sanitary. SKID MOUStoxI SKIN WHITENER
members) of the Baptist churihnre from lice. The water should be fresh I II
fleas visitor, here Wednesday after- Non-resident county License, $3.00. //LOR/DA
S requested to be present Sunday afternoon and in clean vessels.! Almost every I '
Non-resident state License
> $15.00. Beauty
for the purpose of electing u on.Miss: known disease can he avoided if a., How To MakeaCreamY
pastor for the '-nsuing year. , Lynn, accompanied by little care Is used. Do not :I S ftlirtr utifi tlti For Few Cents.The .
S lutivi-s were in our town Saturday The Strong Withstand the Heat of ovt'rcrowl.l Lotion a

--- .,ternoon. Summer Better Than the Weak Do not keep weaklings po juice of two fresh lemons strai-._.

\v.. your poultry on any less degree ofefficiency containing three o.
arc glad to see Dr. Carefoot out Old people who ere feeble anil younger people ed Into a bottle

again after a few weeks' filnesi.l who are wrak. will be iirennihMed and enabled to than you do your cattle,,. - - - -- cs of orchard white makes a \\'ho.;.

H l H W Mi-Lend: and daughter, Annie, through the drprraalnil heat of summer bytakBilliKOVC'S Horses, hogs or sheep.. I :MARKETING: HOGS quarter pint of the most nrnarkapmon o-."'-

""re I lii.uu.4s; ; visitors. to Lake Butler TASTELESSchlllTONIC: It purinenioil --- heats burying them Steve Hoover, kin beautifier at about the .
enriches the blood and bulld thr wholasysni tr.-
up of
II. & CO.
Mt. Pleasant. small jar
: writes. "Com- for a
( V mi ran Noun feel Its Streiuithemuii. luviaorItlnCr.lT.vl one pay "
;Miss IIiuM: ,. Ware has accepted the 1100' Byl"1'1'< ;:! 11. 1 101S.HI nenced: feeding mj' herd of about 100 dinary cold creams. Care 'htyJ'1'''' .ih

pIIsition of pi.-ttmistress. '' at this place. -- --.- Kentucky Mfg.: C""'.. hogs lI. A. Th .n .>u-. Hog powtler over taken to strain the lemon juie" 'nr'1.. '' -

11 Guy Pinhol-t.r. of; rtrooker, made a A proper field crop rotation will in Paducnh. Ky.fntlimen two m.mfh-i. iu-o. l-'it'tv; were sick and Il fine cloth no no lemon pulp.i-' : ;

___ siness; trip here Saturday. ron.your farm yield. Ak your : iff feed. N, ....Ioy herds had cholera the nthis lotion will keep f -;- it

; : ;Misses Edith an.; ) Ida Williams were counts agent to plan one for your I h.i I cholera In my herd of hours roitly I I did not 10-,, onethey are well and months. Every woman k- ni:1".1

,. ..<'! and! begun 'coding the Ii.t.. ? used to bleach! ; ,
'arm.WE. is
itors! to the home of o. L. Mizell's: growing fast.-Sold in Starke by B.S. lemon juice .'k.", '.1.'

I I I<'' - i 111'01! losing my hoLS at once. I wasg!' I lowness and tan and is th''
f I I 10'. Lamb a former r.'silnt of this : BUY OLD FLS1TEI1TI1 : .
In'"ing from four to five each night ontil ]: ; > Worms In a healthy Child oftener, whitener and ,
who Is .
) 'ie now a trn' Hag agent. We icy from $:'J to $35 per set (broken three o :nn' <
1 I the of this Just it! Oft
I began use preparation.! All chililroa, tnmhlnl with worn. Imvian un- try s"dtwo
I t \ isiting here Saturd.iy.ft'ilty '
.. -- ,--. or not). We also pay actual value I raise about 200 head of hog each< talehy color, which Indu-uie poor I hlf..t.| | ole. anile. orchard white at any drug 'lir'makeup

I U Williams is having a new for diamonds, old gold, silver, bridge I. and never expect: to be without there M more or Irtn, Htiimacll illitiirtmnri' lemon from the grocer ird

At State Farm, thoroughbred The Quinine Thai !IW Vu: ACfeu The tlcajJU'llROMl work. Send at once by parcel post and :.year your remedy.Yours I i eaovs lu f Iwo or TASTELESS three week: chill will cork TO.MC< h lv.n the blood.regularly In. a quarter pint of this wct"y!it 'da!':If'rant !'

.... cei\e cash by return mail. Mazer's very truly I I prove the otigeatlun. and act am a C..oe.ol!Strengthening lemon lotion and massage 3 3Into
Coach services .11'.1 LTI \XA-
S guar \ |>'lOl"l'lxSa-/11"tlv' < ''Nlt< < / ) can ** taken Tooth Specialty Dept. X, 2007 So. 5th.St. II. G. HARDISOX & CO.Sold Tonic to.the whole lyntem. Nature will then the fact, neck, armS ((95))
by WfthuC throw off or dl prl the worms. Inllhe Child will!! hito
t' : ,t anteed. $10.00 in advance. Iu t KSTl. K W.(.WyA1"; . s* 11..n.limaturt, ou"f bu ringing> :-.uv ., Philadelphia, Pa. in Starke by R. S. Jones.-Adv. | i perfect health.. Fleuant to take Soc .per. buttla I ards.-Adv.

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President has expressed what Is In every It rests with you. Think of this campaign as your ,I.

THE heart. As a nation we are united in sole responsibility. What you give will mean its sue ft.' i

the winning of this war. As a nation we stand cess. You cannot leave this undertaking to others. It

behind our fighters eager and prepared to do for them is YOUR campaign. In France, Americans are fight- lit

whatever will hasten victory and make the fighter's ing this war as if the result depended on the way each IE

task a little lighter. Individual fights. At home, this campaign rests with J {r
As individuals there Is little we can do. As a na- you. What will you give-decide to night-and make

tion work wonders the organiyour! share the biggest thing you ever did! ';

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They come to you not as Catholics, nor as Jews Why you should give twice as much as you over gave before r:,1

nor as Protestants, not as the representatives of any ...._ ..... .
Th nand I. foe 0 ram TOt then mf Rift *v.r .s for rfne. th. world b.g n. Tb. 0.-- 4
m.nth..A..1 tbU Mm at ,l 7O.yxj.OIJO, I
creed .or enterprise but as Americans to ask that '
you Bj giving to th... raw or..edon..U.'Of\C.'h.ooe'.ndeff".a..Mhlon.ICllltftp"l..n.-. . ;I
join in this great united undertaking for God, and 1910 U,=- Am.r1c.iw do glv. rwlc. M malt M ...* b.fur., oar lolill.r. and 0&11.... may not .*JoKOO durloc I'} !

country and our fighters. R..,rwitJoo DuJVllng. 2300 Llbr.rlM rapplrio 5.000.000 books !I
1000 MllM of Mcrri. Fnm 6) Ho.t.r HOUMI ,..: j
100 L..dlne. &u SMU2UOO I I'."' Dig-brathr .....,.....rt..* 1;
The President has voiced his belief that this spirit ( Athletic DlrMtor. MOUon. of doll., uf bora catnfarta.WTIM I ..'

of unity will be "crowned with abundant success." yna R,.. doubly yrm ..... ...* trot rwvrj O..b.r .bM tb. cb..r and cornlort.01 tti_ ..... ; ",'
otg.nlcadon..v.ry ...p of the way from bncn. to tb. front and back ...In. You provld.! him wltlt I I
church, ch..rfbl l bOOl" atora, a ocboo!, a club and ... alblto 6eJ.I-.d a ........Ied.. thai Ibafojk. j
He believes it because he knows this campaign Is back horn. ... with. bion brit and aoull ,. .

"of vital value" and he knows that will Youba..l..n..syou.lD<>ft07lO..ppl'tbeI.pbywle&l.da. ;
military you Now g1 1.. to maintairj tb. Moral that la winning th. war I 'II !
leave nothing undone to win this war. j





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I IN:' ,,;vJon'rUIJo: : OF ITn.sI \ ; ''in operation. The Artillery and Ma-.1 I I see where the boys are getting m- .
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r i chine Gun arc desirous of getting livelI1..n. t !: to active service real fast now Are BRINGING WATHOME
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I and difficulty for over ninety years Uo not wait ;Make your application. there many of the Bradfor iteM coming -

The Yout-h's (ompanlon has stood, by overseas ? I would like to run up

1 the fam ly. It has l.h..l'ecllln.1. emourjiiged with some of the home boys. TO

County News 1 tem I and entei.tinned- delighted all si'\T.TTwT\VcilNCRI\SKD: : ": I Well, it is getting u little noiv'iihove PEOPl[

I informing/ 1111. and making home life 10 :.1 POUMK A 'MOM; ; so will have to close. Will tiI '\' I

I and ln.Mil xentimcnt the ideal of all. I i I it" write again/ in a couple of ciavs Ii AT

lnt re'ttntf Tacts Gathered During' .ru* V'tjJ.u. Our I F'I//' II'! Jtho''! publishers. intend to Washington Nov, 1.-Increase of''I I IJe) .st rlnl'dM( to evei ybotly.I i STATE fMI

Regular Correspondents. nutke the paper worth more to family the sugar allowance of one pound pel I Yours for democracy

flif"' than ever before. The splendid person must not, be taken as meaning j I. HESLEY G SMITH; ] I

I Serials alone are i vents in next jinr's that conservation rules are abrogated, I Old. Del. Repair Shop Tiuns .IttbI United States Cov '
----- -- --------- reading in the family life. Hundreds, according to un announcement by the I Artillery C. A. C, Am. P. 0. 7JsAm. :! :. Wonderful Exh b MMr'
'of Short Stoijis; and Artieles 'nt federal food I ,
/ItltOOM.Ii .1 I the home of Mr. and MrsV[ I II'hti..ld by gn administration today. K. F. This Year-Agr
contributors. and a steady stream ofI Availability of the new domestic cline O'i' ply, :
I of (jai"pMville.Ir.: and I
I helpfulness in everything from the nnd beet and i'"ed for Wide Range-I .,p, ', ,
) the b
: sugar The letter received "t
". linn jkc i No\'. H 'Many of theKO.. :Mit. LiUhfield onto renided her111,1/ following was > ? 0'( WI
solid' and serious to the happy humor greater export for other I ;Miss Edith of Worthingto-i,
space cargoes Williams
,{f 'j 1.le he-IP attended. church nt Now Hope t llii'ir many lends extend congratulations. 'I
for which The Companion is famed are fnctci s in the new uling from her brother, Pvt. Joseph E:, Williums Jaeksonvllle.Th, .
1 Sunday: ..In these I 't
days the whole needsThe ---- --
" : Col. ;Markley Johns, of Starke, WHS I IJ. :Malphurs: and Carlos Iievillu I> family Franco : eat In the displ tj' II'',
Companion and it is fatill only F.\ IUI EftS' N.\ IIONL:' COMtKKSsj :' "fIj'|
a I*"* after ;, Somewhere in France-,
looking business intercH' States
in our burg Satutday.II were $:J..Ofa joar for !>:2 splendid IIISU'>H.ilnn't Oct. 0, 1'JISMy i Guvernmeni' v i .. 0:10:
1 C. Surrency, of I'la'nt City, nrriv- in Starke 1'riday. I : I Florida State
... I e-d hcro :Monday for a visit with rela-' After u week's visit here with his miss Grate Richmond's gicutj,j I Jacksonville, 1'111..1ov.: G.-F'lorl,1a : Dear Sister- Fair t I II., !
r. serial Anne Kxter, 10 chapters' veniber 27 ..
beginning is to Ue'cei
'I I !'! .} lives friends, Cleo' Jones formcily of Columbus Deeember U.: particularly honored in having theF'arnwrs' I I wonder, what you nil arc doing i : ;rd'1\t;

of Ga. left National Congress for this these I well and getting era year-a display 1'1 i "
f ;Mrs H. Nipper' and son, VVillard Sunday night for The days' am "h 'wof : Ol't'
following offer madu
' ,,! ( I !Newberry: spi nt 1'riduy here with relatives :Mnc'ni, at which citv he has acceptda to new subscribers: is '! jenr, in it will be the most Important along) as well as could be expected I Inm absorbing lnteri-' i, .' ">rcatlonat Itrpal
oMition. While here he gathering for agriculturists since the in the trenches and the dugouts.
" !> made many value ,
as .
, 1. The Youth's Companion:! issues. wi 11 ,
I' ;Misses I.oca Anderson and Ntlliet friends who will always be glad to of lUlU organization was formed I II have been standing guard at night in the Government 8,111:;

; t.. .' Strickland came over Sunday to rcopcn welcome him among them again/ 2. All the, I The farming industry faces the ; with otheis watching for German: patrols bm' ,'line at :Ii
remaining issues I
weekly Florida
school Little V'era brightest future the of the but haven't I State Fair a i mil a'M'"Ih.k
1 Monday.Messrs Gamey we are glad\ to I I of 1918! i iit in history ,, seen one yet am

,n Fred'. and Lucian Ha/en 1"'I.ort. is on the convalescing/ list and" :I. The Companion Home Calender for ( country, and every community in Flo- in hopes that the war will soon be ovc'< from the Agrlcultiital, <>. War u,

'. madp u business trip to'Starke Thurs"lay w hope her a speedy recovery 11111. tda should be represented ut the and we boys can soon come back to the' the Navy Departments ,, '
, '\, night.Mr The epidemic of Spanish influenza i I meeting in Jacksonville December 3-6. ,, old U S. *.. value , ( iJ
.I ( All the above for only $200:! or you anything beretot)' i Hutu
,. ; IIn,11\Irs. Mc-Leod and daughter, has about passed over in our community may include I The Florida State Fair will open at I, I have seen mountains where all tho'timlol.r the national II
1 .Annie of nnd the the number' of I( the same time, and the exhibits this guvernm n'
Worthington/ were visitors deaths caused 1. MtCall's Maguine 12 fashion | i has been shot down, not even
) > '. here Tuesday afternoon. by this disease .lately were: The 250. Iho two- muginnes numbcrs i year will surpass the most I
. ''I b' t I.. ;Morgan/ of Jacksonville, spent infant of :Mi. and Mrs. Alfred Thomas, be sent to separate addresses may if expectations. !' around where I walk there ate pi..ce'of reason to know the ni ""Il anAa /

\ .I Monday heie', with his family :Mr I rank Tillis a well known und desired. |' Delightful entertainments have bpl'n'arrnnjtf'd shell and big shell holes nnd it is every one also aj', i I" ,ue :II

'1iL ,' I' Mrs. Jo;. J. Ward of Jacksonville. H highly respicted citi/en: of this community _. THE \OUT1PS COMPANION.: : .. I for all visitors and this'vear I very pleasant to walk ill such ni Food Administration hit, bo.n

! 'I i" here on a visit with relatives.N !leaving u devoted wife unthiee ''Commonwealth special features are prepared place. til I
t, < Ave. & St. Paul St, i urging the growing of
:'t'. I It I. Wninwright "nd non, of childien the Infant of Mr and. for the women visitors All progressive more und m>.
j ;Muss. I would be if it I could
Boston I glad
was HO food for the feeding
.\ f Sturke, were' in our town Friday nfternoon !Mrs. W Tvler, which was mentioned farmers should' make it convenient to of millions o(}

. i l{' attending to business.Messrs in lust week's' issue :Six: colored persons ''attend I the Congress, as its value to I eat Christmas dinner with you all but pie here a't home and our aJ:1e:
.xlIIPMKN; ; f OF I 1 don't, I will be there this t me.Nhere .
IHUWI; ; ) guess
r : \ II Me David nnil Sowl'll. of Cootor also died of this .Iisen p. i I agriculture/ will be great to every abroad. The Department of Ajriti
stationed can'tget
\ pond wen- visitors! here Saturday., Death of Little Fay Ha/en SUPPLILS.! section. we are now vva ture has been telling by principal
l"f/ ; .. .. i but two meals a day. It is not because "

Guy I'mholwter. made On the afternoon of | .
l a business trip Nov. I. death I --- and demonstrators how to raise
If The American Red Cross announces it isn't over here but just can'tget mm
j to Worthington Monday afternoon. ntered the home of :Mr. and Mrs. G. i|' STRAWHERKIFN IN: FLORID V and better foodstuffs anJ
the cattle
arrival it out where BIt
ut of the atnight.
1 Archangel we are except
:\Ii Maude; Shaw left Saturday for W. Ha/en: and claimed their little 7-
'tl' \ relief ship which left this how has war been carried 'in ti "Ul
It ,'iveIilp; where she was to open up )'"ur-ot.l daughter Fuy after a fC'wtlays' I country on There was a time when it was .snid ) !
; illness of August 2Hth\ with 4liOO tons of drugs, I Pvt. Jos., E. Williams implements? How has Hoover Mt:\
MI'hoollonlay.. influenza-pneumonia' by some that it was "no l1q. to tr" t
f'' i food, and other for the Co. F., 'U2 81 US world the allied
supplies Division
soup Infantry portion "of it. 'm
CJ. H and >
'" Kelly, of Gainesville, wa in whooping cough. Her condition raise strawberries in "Florida" Now
1 use of the Allied soldiers and needy :\., I', O 701! Am E F. 1.11 How has agrleultuiandtlucu
town Friday afternoon was considered serious from the first j says the State !Marketing Bureau1',
f t Jesse !Shnley, of Jacksonville, spent and, I)r8. Russell, Bishop and ;Middle-1 civilians in that pint of Russia The Florida annually ships hundreds of tie Industry been .ttpuiriclon. foci
vessel :
valued MR.WS| 10 ADDRESS
I'I''f" cargo was at aboutl,511jri'j rK
Sunday here with his parents Mr. and ton were in constant attendance and, curs of berries th. first in the northern er efforts?
$ :! : the :\II.no1'!
amount originally COUNTY; ; I'AIK
I"J ;Mrs T 11 Shu'lev. did nil that medical aid could do to re-1 for reliefvol'k appropinted market and of course at pnyimr I Questions Answered At Fur,
:Miss I IneAlietnathy: sl'I'ntVe.llles. I IIPVC the little one of her sufferings. prices Not only that but a good At the forthcoming lo'llJndd
point. farmers of Bradford SIMFair
i County
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J. day In ,Vat htm. She was a bright and lovable child many town lot gardeners well
1\\ i'1. While the chief ai as particularly the westein part of the and Exposition : !liarefoot: was a business vistM and. .was loved. by all who knew her concern of the ex- foresighted/ farmers have patches for!
tor to Sturke :Mon,lay.I i ne interment took place at Mew Hope 'I I r pedition will be providing comforts: home use. I I' county' have become interested in the'growing be best ansvveiecl thn"IIM!' a eitensive '

.,, I n. ,J. Hyrd nll,1 diughter, :Mabel'of "ii teiy Saturd ly, Nov 2nd KevDuki'H for the- American and Allied fighting! The \ of peanuts as a market cropland and Impressive exhibit' wklti
time to
I (:irnhnni, wcie here Saturday nftor- pirfoiming/ the' last sad, ritesThe I imen in that part of the world, un set out plants in this while the returns the present each of these several de-par'nwn r. ol
effort state is right now but can be contin1ued I vear were not all that might have
ill noon floral otrl'l'inwpre beautiful. i( will be made to get relief toi the government will si'ml to Jick o&ville

[ ;Mis. Hunter and daughter/ IVarl of SIll> leaves to mourn her departure, i the Russian soldiers who are being to the middle of November. Good i| been hoped for the farmers who plant- for the informal! and the nlighteninent

IiiiCrosse. who have been heie severnldiys lie-Hide the heartbroken live .returned from Get! 'man pl' son camp! strong plants will begin to bear int I ted peanuts for market in most cases

iff) **' iftuinid, to their home ;Mondaj,. biotheis and one sister, and parents other relative's I- lilt the rate of about 15,000 u week January, and will keep on bearing I moie from the land planted to this Ida of all tilt! people' "f For>
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of those '
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spring vU
main her
Florida is than the "mi
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condition of these crop crop same amount Ian I
iff J 1 ? > Mr. and ;MrsV. Brynn and children The community extend to the men is repottedpitiable.
of Ktnrke, passed through Miooker on family the ir di,> 'pest' sympathy in their It is estimated that ninety i ipl'r gathered! from February to Apnl!, the planted to sea island cotton. borders who attend the btun: tar ui

'W,4 Sunil iyMi t..rf'IIVl'nrNlt. cent of them are tubercular, Their shipping season lasting about three I The unfavorable results in many I Uxposltlon.Kiluciitlrin: .

: '. !'umlll'rIIlrt.u anil sister. ;Musm I itMe l'iv. m fiine.HIT .. i i plight and the inability of Russia: to I months but for home use the senson cnses were due to want of ar-curnte is tho .ilm-- of ''h.. n,'.

.! JlUlwh: ,>. of lilil Ilrmlford, attendedthitrih I little voue p is stilled, etne for them because of chaotic ionIditions can ne protracted, with right care : information as to planting, cultivating j frnment In sending ,ill,;; :.i. .'\ :liulo,

nt Stindnv, und ;Missn- .\ place( made vacant m our home in that country was luigcly drinkers Straw.he'rries are strong feeders and, i fi rtiluing and, harvesting the crop I I the Fair. By Infoiiiuni: :th, p' jl-it,

eln,>u w:is tin' truest of ;Miss Ine/: ,\bernnthy \\hnh never can be filled responsible for the sending of the and that means fertili/er: nnd it is desirable that we have this can aid l In solving) 1.1.n} uf il, pnlK,

during the ufteinonnMesis Heath of I U. U. Hull I Reel Cross relief ships The ship from and water, animal manures preferably infoimillion for another' >enrs plant lems that confront' 'tin 'm "I'01'\

; I I.. .\. Iliown: .\. A. H.i/en: :Mi,.. "D, W Mall depatted this life ontho 'this countiy also carried fifty tons of for feitiluation. For commercial as I)I inl
.'\. II Current'v. IGniney and g.1.; inorning:' of Novl'ml.'r 1st after: supplies for the use of the Y M. C. A.In well as home use the common \'arle.1': Tho University of Florida Agriculturai famous Drowning un'''. i"oW> ,ipmg. uniuc

f Haven spent :Monday in Stiuke an illness of several I months of tuberculosis addition to drugs und food utmost ties are the Aroma, Lady Thompson !, Extension division has secured. I 'h to end the v",.ir, il-n ilu. Uvtimachine ;

;Mrs. .\lvin ;MeKinnev of Louise, . ;Mr Hall contracted this (Its-. every imaginable article is on the Klondike, Excelsior and ;\Missionary! the serviies ofIr.: D CJ. Kiwis a gulf, Mount,nn i'.nm"n Ci-

Bpciit, last week here at the )bedside, of ease nnr.sinn his son-in-law and d lughter I list of supplies sent over for thu comfort The chief straw beiry counties in thisstate priutieal' peanut grower of Jackson ures clothed 1 in rcguHiimi: un lortn it-!

her little sister uho died I"riday..10: '. ;Mr. and :Mrs. Itensley who were convenience and pleasure of the arc Hillsborough and Bradford, !I County, to bring this information t" fled of the latest t\ I"; c com, ,' "iiunient >

I. from infhiennIlcrbiMt : its victims a few months ago. lie bore 'Allied boldiers. but berries are shipped> from other the farmers of the entire state and! of the beloved "dcJIuhl"l> ,inil

Rouse, nf N'ew liner, was his airiutions with great fortitude nndsuid .--_. localities and for home use are raised the County Agent has arranged for trench periscope gas m..ktrench.

in din ti,,w'" Satin ,d iv afternoon that he was not afraid to die HeMIS '1JIK: IIASlINGSPOl: : ' in every county., ;Mr Rawls to meet and talk to the helmet hand l grenades iinimuoul'

,. :Mrs. K. I,. ;Murrell i was on the nick \ sixty-live yenis of age and was a It is suggested that interested' I' farmers of Bradford, County Friday, and regimental colors! stnrm ,ind port

]list last week.Mi le>\nted" membel of the ;Missionary. promises me held' out to tho parties write to the State Experiment I Nov. 15, at the liradford County Fair tings portable field VMH-I" x "'nfli:, 11

'". I'. Colson and children! ami, :\rs.1 Haptist ('hun'h.11 loving hands farmer fur his spring next btation Gainesville for detailed infot GrouncN nt Lake Butler Mr. Rawls fact' all the implements' of modem

Ii.; JVnid weie \'istinlr out in the I[ and nieilual! aid tould, do was done foi I'conomy ill glowing the crop crop is year.the 'tnution, and also ask the U. S. will be nt the fair grounds tilt day warfare will be shown 'in i i'..mnef

', I'me I lilt pl'lionIontlay; afternoon h illl. farmers Department of Agriculture/ Washing Nov. 15, and will talk to a meeting at once informing tnd mt ,ri-ating,
big pioblom today and he has
I I ton, I II. C. for of faimcrs
i MI'SSIS. .\lbert Shaw and, .\uhr.,), He leaves to mouin his death a devoted gone: ill to solve it. :Nevei' has Hastings Farmers' Hulktms! on m the afternoon. The Navy Exhibit,

:, Coin1, ul' f ;iiiini-sville, were in town on wife, two sons, ;Mr. Artimtis II ill /grown bc-foic as great acieage of fall sttawbc-rry-- -culture... ... .. -. the All growing fmmers" of who are interested in In the display fn't. II"" s "v t*

Sunday i of Tampa, and Dive Hall, of Camp lush potatoes, as this jcar for the purPOM ,- to be : peanuts are urge-d, part men t will be all'! 'I"' ,,0:*
'I' I'. S, ( 'olso' 'i, of Jacksonville Pol" rest. :Md. t\\ d of present! to hl'arIr.; Raw Is tint ..
"spent u .IIIIIg'htnI'HIrs.: I L. ) cutting the spring sce-d bill as that are used by 'lit it"in "I' (l0''
': h: ;\Ionhlh.I'" with Ins fumilv Hunter of I.alee Hitler, ami, :Mis' J. well as tijmg tho full mat'kit on food j II Soldier Letters. with"day nnd to meet and talk personally einment to make ,tli \\ , -a''
t'n.!. W. .\nderson of W. II IIOn a practical Honda farmer who in 1II.1.'I1l.y. of 1'rooker ;Mr Hill slock. Sc-ed have dropped fiom around has made against Intern itional 'lini.1, r' Mcpt:*

I : town Siindav' afternoon. ;Mr Itarcfoot made Ins home in this. vicinity for seveml '- $; to around $; und inclined to go lower n success of giowing this charges uch as h vi. -in' 101 '1J *
'" I nays. "('onl>' ignin. ;Mr .\nderson, jears and has fi lends of i rop which is coming to be one of thi. ". ,
and many who regirdluss/ the spciulutois! manipulations. most submaiine to th(' In it nn ul ''I I. **
'r \ bring some more cane, please," "Ylllpllthiu'Vlth the bereaved in' the Line..Monday important in the state. , and
ones FlI.til.i-: r. werealso first_()]Uuic'u ----- never to appear' itgim, nn il m "
.J n .. ;Miss Hazen. Warren nnd l brothei.Iffl '. their niritction.' uc urounu : > : Oct 11, 1< 1S.: -
' $oi per ton, but larmcrs .\DVSFD| TO anchor, torpedo[ nnd its 'i 'I'i h pwlectiles
J>lypr'pr,' in town SlIllIr.lIlY.iliNM aie buying for from Dittr ;Mr .\IIIttheIutt \\',,. HOLD COT ION:' . lothin
$ 11 to $SJ ,I of varlmis 'lyi i t
Ktinieey Ila/en: left for Tine Hill, : Mil LUft: ton. liar U a line to lot hear from ,ill wl:
''I | per re! aio being oflcted utsixtylive you an i L. ;\1. Rhodes head of the State'; trumpets, drums. rifles. swi",nls
;undny where she will resume her position 1 cents and seventy cents old I'tudford county boy, who has seen ;Mnrkettnjf Bureau has be there for Insp. t Ion M 1 ,,I< 1 I. 01

in the school.I ]. ;Millei. Xov. R.-\Ir.; and :Mrs. :Marion ,\ hilt? Maeks are to be had for 21 I cents, quite! a few days of this guerre. I advising cotton, issued n circular modern battleslni'-, fit ..In /tw*'*

W I'mholster Sr, of Tine Hill !Sullivan of Theressa thovveck tho set the am now entitled to my second gold growers to hold ,, reM'11of
spent priee by government. Asa Sl'r.vlt.p on to the staple, cruisers, clestrojets md! o//1 't
iittincle'il lodge here Saturd ly night end with the Litters parents' scumty ol labor is thic-.iLenc-d the stripe .hliowmg that I have one :Market preferably! in seed. the navy will t,., -oniflit, ut .:tII>
J. I' li\t! i and iltiv I'mholster attendid ;Mr. IInlIrs.; II C. Peeples.Mr auc-uge will be- cut .somewhat! but to 'long >"car'si, service ill Frunce to my poor and, do not nt present arc" absorbing interest!.

thi.. funeial I of ;Mr I II. Hall nt ; J. ].. Hi'own made a business no gieat extent. Further fostering eiedit ot which seven months have i rop to sn Ie. justify rushing thoi The American Food Crop

.\ntiiKIt t'''ml'tplll1l'tlav., trip to Luke lititler :Mondiy morning their inteiests the glowers have or* 'In'i'n spent' on tho fiont without u fur ---. Producing
Mr I'I' l.t-t. of Ml', "Cuirene; lough .Mthiiugh, theie From; I the Department' of \ur'> III Url
Himpton, w is visit Douglass made a business gtim/ed: a cOI'IU'l'lIlion not for profit, have In'enjnitc n' .\ :'\iTr'USomt' : went
ing in ",'" t lown H iturday. trip to Dukes ;Monday 'the I'loiida Potato droweis Association < / a few fui'laughed/ ,foiever, I have' will come every a '01' .net mt> lb.

:Ml'. h<''ppnt d.I of Hell spent list :Mr JN I'ariish madu a business. which is fmmilling farmers onu In'<'n lucky enough/ to miss. getting one the advancement!person who of is interestedin ctilculited to help the farmer 1'0'0 in '

wl'ek1 tl h h''s I"i other, (i iV, Sheppnrd. trip to Lake Hutler one last we-ek co.-t basis, and it is corti-idered ono ul that kind but I have also been unItn bandry poultry hus great: woik' of Ini'n ,ISIIIK hi", lb.
in Bradford "I 1
Stiff (,:. |no 1'oppell and Piof. .\. C. ;Mr. 1) L. Clvatt was a business of the most important moves made by !Kv nough not to get one to Aix Les Poultry C'lub/ > dills; County to furnish volume and in v.,iltii :Nor; \'h\ ,* ,A I.*
one or two Inl."II.d m '
Lam: farmer
Crewiitt"'nil'<'(I to business' interests visitor to Providence or any of the resorts. alone be
one day past I tho gtowers, for )'ellrM. though/ of pure I bred for id ol
liere \c'lIn""I\ :Mr J have eggs February 01 play, but everjbob I for fo"
S. Itrovvn and family made a -- -- seen quite a few of the towns ;March[ hutching
IAICIHH John*, w'hu has' )been relieving IIUHIIK. tup to I ake City ulurday.Ir. ii'ong! the line tin business' Have1 also then in return these Interest to all .
I 1'1.; I! \ I 1"\ 1"HOI'TH.trs'I : '1IUI\i.|:' girls give two pullets or one The> weather buretu' will .l.I.ho"
r.r""I. loft :Momliy night : X 1 II r. Stokes made business "I"nl| a tew hours in Puns. Some burg cockerel ,,
a of *
their '
Tor his home in !Hampton.v trip to Worthmirton last "PndivMr. ING:' ; ::011001. r. I' pliasuie lint! so many cdd historic rinsing for each se-t aro forecasted stotmfr"i-t- in .!.
.' . ting of eggs to this same interested and .' ,tit,,. -.' "'"0)itlcatlons
how ir
\ : ---- sights ,. Imrortant
c nrp J.r1ad n> I" 'poit'' i oremnn iiaie- II. (C. Peeples was business to ,
font able to take. h,s ptaee on the railroad visitor' to Stnrke' one lay last a week.. On De-cembi 1st then- will be estuhliKhcd I mi}' make ignite a few mistakes! in ,| poultry husbandman to the tuitiont' mcl ,pi.: >duo h"
after nt Camp Fiemunt, Culifor- this ; CAIHOUNEmer. Hon. Chemistry' will" "III'trill
all1in. mi illness from letter for we have |
inlUii Dr. Jim Hit-hop of .Maihui. 1 some German
nza.At mode apiofowsionnl ma, near San 1'runcise-o, on Infantry ("lias, bitter known "cooties" Home Dem. Agt, that science Is Joins! to help! the niT"
visit he-re in our I be
this wilting (hi1 little son of ;Mr. week. one day last 'i I i Training ::School capacity :JO.OOO.! for ndl'hloorhood. and n fl'IIow"'lInnot hoi,I'a I' culturlst Samples] of soil- will' colleges

and ;Mm. (!' C ;Mi'ler is verv' ill with - --- --. the purpose of training our Second p"n long enough to write n letter. .\ I Substitute fc> Tobacco shown. The worn of igrlmltural coUJto
Lieutenants of Infantry Duration of fun Throiicl" of experiment stations! of
pneumonia.'Iheif thing hnsi
) tin
nm.1.1;! \ .: I' just happened A couple Miipli-al DIlent' rh* be
will be Sunday 'hoot course is about two months. of held clerks natives tjr agents and demonstritorwill
si at the Crosby I like, N'ov R.1'. (II.I e-ame in tonight just "uiili| v a ilisiltutc for fohic- will
uauil hour in the afternoon on next ami l family visited La Hrjantj I| To be eligible, a camdate must ben from the old U S. A. and asked for 'co consisting' I ...1I "lice of iiricnpnlmniir shown. The Bureau of Ftsh..rlP8 "*

:Sundaj; nt the Free Will Kiptistrhunh and while u.t there u ton Bryant'sucently citi/en: of the United States, and admission, to our dug-out for the night I vvrappid. In In.ti,I bnf. tluvor; ,I ,thow foods of the deep, fishes no' tor
.VII lire invited.P .ane giHiding. attended] the ': must have the moral educational! and and of course we wanted to be cour with n tine lime made. eif native sen I He used but of proved availability. ot

K L> nn, of near Gnines\ille. was. Karnej Itryant ami Frank ':| physical qualifications required of nn teous and admitted them This was :sin'Us. un-l mlored vvlili carmine. The I food purposes Tanned "kins" ot

a pleasant visitor at the home of D ;\1. of this section' attended church Starling, officer. lie must be n graduate of a then' first time at the front and we habit H universal i.spnlly| with the I''aquatic animals and demons-It) .
ilphurs Sunday. .-; ixton Sunday. near high school or must have pursue! an'equivalent sprang the name "cootie" on them IInd women, nnd ,'Hi'rs nf "betel nut" may I pearl button manuf.irturi-

Cleo Jnl'II.liMM": :Murrie : : ... course of instruction. All asked if be Keen on many "f the 'the: tovernment dlcpl iv
:< Malphur* .1. i.. Limit-mill anil . they_hml had any encounters ......... .. .. street corner |
.._., L'. ''._._ family were in 'draft .-. ."... .. -
...." ..... .. ..,huu)'1111 w'rl' VUltorlt to I this Nt'l.tion registrants between the ages of wiin tnem They didn't get what ,," urm Oflwr cities or Indn. War Work In Pictures
Sunday. weI
Woithmjrton' Saturday afternoon. I IS and 4rt ore eligible except registrunts meant told I.China. plt'.ur'i < .rtll
;Mrsalur Underbill and children! I| so we them to wait till Programs of moving I
;Mr. anil Mrs Nites I in class one who registered \111' r
Pubose, of Ft morning, nnd then then"
were visitors nt the home of M I. J. ;McKat they caught the treat of many wartinn( ,
White, visited relatives here last week :Monday. prior to September 12th and except hint Hut didn't they look sick and us lean soldiers flunting.:.: :i' th. :f '' "J1"1as ,

\\'e are jjlad to see ndvrar Mtirrheo :Messis. .1. t'. ;\lanninA' and Clark registrant' in deferred classification with the heart to laugh at them I Animals' Have No Sense of Rhythm. they are In camp': firmIng f

out avrain after nn illness nf u few were in tins s, "tion on business Fri I..n nnount of Industry, occupation' or We are now on ground taken from Anlinn'!!* Inire iu> "n"p of rhythm foi greater food noi'* '
Ihoiich .
days. day. employment including! agriculture. thi. Huns, and take, it from me, it looks they inn) ln. > tinisht;; to dance." coniervme. r-annlnc: an.1 I Ifonrl : -,

D. :M. :ilphurs: nnd *on, II T Mal- I'hvsi 'ul] requirements are those for lust like the world would look if the This Is the iiiiiioiineeiiient( nf Poctof supplies:

phurs, wt-io visitors to Cooler Pond ,\boiit University of Maine, I r in'.Vllmiti' Men will; I IvoUi I. ,

Sunday.Mai:: If children Croup. quot f"r this camp is 140. eivtlung devnstatnl, or that U, Horses.clrlM n la ppiin" he says In the ,,er ",,11. ..ikr- . your arc subject to cirylli Guide 1 to :N.
Lynn H attending! to business m croup, Tho 'lUotn nlloted to the examining ;n,' blown it[ lire, "make no aiti nipt to ., 111'I"' d
or If you have 1111011 upi n"t even recogn Ml"le h\ i !)'rln. " "
fenr ""
their bo- fxgttlur.:
High Sprlntrs this week. offici' t Diversity of Florida '!13 to tin p Two blrxls.! II'e'.l'r, ,
attacked' I by that is e>c whore .i village stood until : g"n" I nnd ur'''i\r rI
Frank Thomas ,f tnf !disease you 10 p'r ( L-nt more be st\. ted sweetly tlie-y !*!lnur solo. never In fBi"t
i Haynesworth, wn- !hituld" proem,' bottle niny a? \cni n> t right in the rums If we time "lin I r ."\ 1'W:' r l i'vet,' r-i
attending to ''Jl'l' <;':'' :" our burg last 1 nn's Cough a < Chamber1 I nltert :" ,s. Hlanks will bo furnished ly ha,I our way we would mnke on-'I ultli oin> tin"nil-r' nor v\ irli' any the II ll I "rs nnd cpnrttni .
Remedy nn 1 study the Other, 'mils''i'. I 1\; 1111. . . -!
wee k. i' ret-tions foi Promf'iy': upon application. If you fulfill "fatherland" of cerwnrds - call 01.I ,iti. In,' ..n' r""r" .' nt 'i'. rs ' .
use, so that in cnso of above! qmten animals of trie c-ln'n _. '
t tin
Wesley Rurnett of S-anforJ an requirements and wont i few things they have done i rlivtluii I the govi: ,'inn en' .I I,' Itv. .
WA a attack yeiu will know exactly what I and we ) from he( tralnir 1..1 'th'
I quick Action, write for blanks at Iroin :ib I :nine"Irove'a .>-
visitor at the homo of D. M. Malfhurs, course' to pursue. This is favorite once will anyway In the near future. latter will be the rf pr- ,
n Apply to examining officer. Co!. n. S. '' Pri"
Sunday. and Things are a little quiet at this t: Department rf ltrln''ur.
very successful me ,s.
remedy for !
Announcements have been received and It is important that you observe croup, 'I.Walker The University of Florida for the first time in quite a yvhile, because < Tasteless chill Tonic Lnmson.Scribner, the Departmiit al'coll1pan1

here of the arrival of a little daughter the directions cllrefully.t4 Machine Central Schools for Artillery i they are expecting peace, I sup- ,. d.roYilh. malarial drrni which.r. traQamiuad pert on exhibits who will < or III'
Gun and Infajjtry continue i pose. But- lo the blood by the Nfalarl'* Miwiuito. Price 61'". I the display and< add U ,raltt ot C'

treat experience to the Interest


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