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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 8, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Hubscriptlon-Per. Year, '1.50; Six l\Ionth8, '; ;;; t-I-Adv E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor

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Afl STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1918 NUMBER 20.

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ISTICE SIGNED; KAISER AND) CROWN PRINCE FLEE; STARKE CELEBRATES ASK TO MEN RETURN OF 36-43 QUESTIONNAIRES AGE DRAFT CALLS m y


Forma Need Not De Filled
Out ax

REVOLUTION BREAKS OUT IN GERMANY; FOES DISARM SIGNINGOF They are Dropped From Draft FOR NOVEMBER '

Washington, Nov. 13.-Men between

36 and 45 years of age, who have received -

Hi ARMISTICE IMPOSING MOST STRINGS <$> . . <* . . . ARMISTICELITTLE but not filled out their question. ARE CANCELLED
MANY ACCEPTS 0 iaires, were asked today by Provost :

NT TERMS EVER LAID BEFORE DEFEATED ENEMY. :* BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB CON. Marshal General Crowder, to return -

POWER TO AGAIN WAGE WAR TAKEN FROM HER 1*4 TESTS TODAY ** TOTS PARADED THE them The boards in blank are form instructed to local to boards.cancelall NO MEN WILL BE MOVED ,

14> Owing to the-postponement of TOWN MONDAY AFTERNOON entries relating to men of these DURING ARMISTICE PERIOD j

t Give Up ImportantTowns, Meanwhile as a guaranty of good 1<*> the Bradford County Fair to December PROMINENT SPEAKERS MADE classes which will be considered as .

Surrender Main Battle faith, the occupation by American and 10th, the Boys and Girls no longer law. bound by the selective service WAR DEPARTMENT CANCELS $ I

allied troops of Mayence, Coblenz and 0$> Club contests will be held in 4 PATRIOTIC ADDRESSES TO CALL FOR 300.000 REGISTRANTS '
*
<8> Starke The <* LARGE GATHERING Classification of youths of 18 which ,
eet-Make Reparationto Cologne, the principal crossings of the : today (Friday) program will be continued is TO CAMPS
Rhine with a thirty kilometer radius S- of the day will begin at 10 regarded by the
Injured Nations general staff valuable for
most
as statistical
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<* o'clock. *
about the bridgeheads.On ,
Starke little in
was a tardy begin
the eastern front all German The exhibits by the Girls Club purposes and its bearing upon Washington Nov. 11.-Almost the
le past week has been filled with troops are to be withdrawn from territory 0 will consist of canning cooking .* ning its celebration of the signing of possible future military problems. first action of the war department today

[greatest military and political which before the war belongedto and sewing. Pure bred pigs and the armistice, but the celebration was Draft boards have been notified of after' announcement of the signing ,

Its in the world's history. Russia Roumanla or Turkey. corn will beexhibited by the none the less sincere and noisy after the possibility that they may be need- of ftfce armistice with Germany '

Jiday, November 8th at 11 o'clock War Machine Must Disarm boys. ,|it did begin. ed as the active local agents in governmental was the cancellation of all army draft ',
I., General Foch, commanding the 0 There will be splendid lectures I demobilization plans. call. under which more than 300,000 4..
American armies handtd to Then the German war machine must While the good news was known toa S men had been ordered to entrain for -
k! and : I on canning and drying fruits and <&
[representatives of Germany thes disarm. The principal portions of its meats; poultry and hog raising; <*> few citizens soon after it came over STARKE FARMERS SELL TWO camps before November 30th. j
which armistice would navy must be handed over; arms, munitions the wires in the CARLOADS OF FINE HOGS
upon an numberedby $> peanut culture and harvesting. early morning hours Urgent telegrams prepared three '
ranted. These term. stipulated and engines of war be from A demonstration of canning it was not known generally until the : days ago. at the direction of Provost
thousands to taken
I they must be accepted or reject. the the are 0 S> and drying! meats fruits and vegetables business houses opened for the daY'sl W. I. McCraney of McCraney & Marshal General Crowder, were sent f ,
rithm 72 hours. army. will be given. routine. It was then quickly agreedto Hall live stock brokers of Sparks Ga., to all draft boards directing that the
turday. while the courier was hur- American and allied prisoners are ,<$> The day's program promises to <$>, close everything at noon and give is here this week buying hogs for movement of 252,000 men under orders -

ng to German army headquarters to at once be repatriated without reciprocal -. : be most interesting and instruc- 9 the balance of the day over to celebrat- shipment to the packing plant at to entrain between today and Friday
the terms of the armistice Kal- action by the associated governments tive and it is hoped that there ing. Promptly at 12 o'clock the whis- Moultrie Ga. He is buying hogs of be stopped immediately. The telegrams -
William signed articles of abdicaI and the thousands of civilians 9 will be a large attendance from tle at he waterworks sounded the signal all sizes from 50 pounds up and is paying reached most of the boards in

and his eldest son, heir to the dragged off into slavery from the , the entire county. If you do not <* for closing! and the noisy celebration -- from 10 to 13 cents per pound time, but a few' men are known to have
Ine of Germany renounced his invaded territories are to be returned.The get the notice in time to spend <$ began, in dead earnest. Every gross weight. started for camp. Secretary Baker

kt of succession. and with a party provision for compensating the <3> the full day in Starke come in possible noise making; device was Up to Thursday at noon Mr. Mc said, however that wherever possible ,
high military officers they fled into occupied territories for the horror <& for the afternoon. The sight of brought into play and wag kept going Craney had bought two carloads of their immediate return to civil life
band where they are now interned. wrought by the invaders is containedin the fine pigs to be exMbited will until 11 p. m. hogs and will probably arrange for would! be arranged. }

ponday morning at 5 o'clock, Paris a simple sentence-"Reparation for & bo worth the trip. Stock raising & other shipments in tho near future. "1 have suspended further calls under ;
t (six hours faster than central damage done." <$> is the thing now and these boys <$> A pretty: and inspiring feature of Graham and Brooker farmers have arranged the draft and inductions," !Mr. '
e) the armistice that brought thet As the <& will be able to show what the celebration during the afternoonwas
to restoring lines
a step map you with him to visit those places. Baker said. "There will be for the I
world war to an end was signed the treaties of Brest-Litovsk which & can be done with pure bred swine. <8> a parade made up of the boys Among the Stnrko farmers who sold porscnt no additional men brought in
(General Foch and the representa- and girls of the of
primary department
laid Russia and of Bucharest 4 0 to him W. M. J. M.
prone were Edwards. under the
ts of Germany. At 11 o'clock. Parise which plundered Roumania must be 1> .. .. .. 4> 4> ..'.. .. .. . .. .. .. the schbol. The youngsters; were out Alvartz L. II. Austin. Arch Kite, S. R. we can, will draft,turn and to back the extent those that men I $, d .'
(5 o'clock central time) the last in fantastic costume and with tin
abandoned. Money securities pre S pans Johns Dr. J. P. Tomlinson A. S. Cros. who have entrained and have not yet '
fired and the war passed in- and tin horns made the the
was most of
i cious metals and other valuables looted '
CROSBY-CROSBY by L. L. Conner, R. M. Alvarez JudgeG. reached training camps."
history with the abject surrenderhe j occasion. Laurie Tomlmson mountedon
from the invaded countries must be A Gardiner and J. F. Canova.L. .
'
Orders Received Here
great German military machine.n white Shetland marshalof
a
returned In trust to the allies until the Thursday afternoon Nov. 8th, at the pony was L Conner had two head that
the closing hours of the war a conclusion the parade! and led the youthful The Bradford County Local Board
of peace. home of G. L. Morrow of Madison weighed; COO! pounds and! brought him :
|olution began in Germany which noise makers throughout; the town to received the order from Washingtonin
In the west the railways of Alsace- Miss Lillian Crosby of Bradford coun- 1 $76.70. R. M. Alvarez had the best
ewhat complicates the task of set. i the great amusemnt of nil who saw time to stop the entrainment of
Lorraine, the valuable stores of iron I ty and Mr. Lee Crosby, of Madison all round lot that went, into the ship reg. '
g up a new government in that I them. istrants under the November calls. On
tntry and coal, all the stores and supplies in county were united in matrimony. On-' ment. lie had 20 head and receivedfor .
has assumedh .
but it not
yet In the ly those who were to have left for '
Belgium with arms and armamentsmust 'ly a few relatives and friends of thecontractlng evening a great outpouringof them $422.68 or an average of
proportions as to cause great un- citizens gathered at the intersection camp on November 20th had been ordered 1
be handed over. parties were witnesses to, $21.13 per head. '
mess and it is believed that with ,
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of Walnut and Call streets and were in and they have now been notified
( barriers between them and a free In the east, the Black Sea ports the ceremony. addressed The Telegraph has been telling the to disregard the call.
Dr. C. II.
by Abernathy
ernment removed the German peo- 'must be evacuated, the warships taken The bride is the charming daughterof ; Bradford county farmers for several
will soon bring order out of the by Germany from the Russians must Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby of pastor of the Presbyterian church. years that there is big profits in raising The work of examining find dandifying
be surrendered in the Baltic forts lion. A. V. Long and Judge JamrH' T. good! hogs. The experience of registrants under the age of 37
sent chaos #and settle down to the ; Brooker. She is well known over the
defenses the i' Wills. "file speakers/ were all in fine Messrs. Conner and Alvarez ought to years is proceeding here and will be '
and barring the at
rk of rehabilitating their country. way two counties for her excellent school ;,
Categat must be delivered and there work she having been engaged in !, feather and their addresses wore prove it to those who have doubted. carried on until the list has been completed .
greatly; enjoyed as was shown by the S but it is not believed that
ofl must be free access to the sea for the any
Washington Nov. 11.-Signing ] teaching for the past four months at
allies. I frequent outbursts of applause. The oS> <$> . . . .. . of them will be called into service unless -
armistice with Germany was pro-1 Garbett Crossing where she had the i
lined today by Piesident Wilson The allied blockade is to remain un. pleasure of meeting Mr. Crosby a citizen -)j meeting was opened with invocationby 0 unexpected complications arise in '
Rev necessitating
THE WAR WORK CAMPAIGN *>
10 also announced its terms at a changed; meanwhile German merchant and a well known farmer of his I
nt church and W. G. Law of the Baptist <$ _____ >* a large army.
session of .
congress. I II ships are to be delivered for county.Mr. I .
church. Several ---
The terms herald the end of the war I missions of mercy in carrying food to and Mrs. Crosby left immediately patriotic songs J I The United War Work Cam- <3> -
I were sung with zest by a party of <3> paign. which and DEATH OF FRANK HICKS
cause they'take from Germany the'the starving! ; allied shipping! held by after the ceremony which was j school children the audience jolninA',1; opened Monday
wer to renew it. -J J|the Germans is to be released withoutany performed by Rev. S. B. Cole pastorof I in : will last until next Monday is .*
heartily.

Just before he went to the capitol obligation to restore Germanyher the First Baptist church of Madison <3> progressing throughout the county *)> Word was received Starke Thursday .
After the close of this very Intending <$> and a number of districts already o@o morning of the death!
e president in a proclamation ad- ships now in the hands of the associated for their home near Greenville.The of Mr.
essed to his fellow countrymen. said: governments. Germany Is to and enjoyable program the young '*> show that they are bound Frank Hicks a well-known citizen of
"The armistice! win signed thh notify the neutrals they are free to many friends of both bride and people took charge of the celebration '*, not to fail the boys who have <8> p Hampton, his death occurringVeil.
i- jth,11 g for which Amer. trade with the associated governments! groom extend their best wishes fora and with fire works fire arms and other *> staked their lives in the great <*" ,: nesuluy afternoon at 5 o'clock. The

i fought has been accomplished; it without molestation. happy and prosperous future. I noise makers kept the fun going .* world war, now happily ended. ;( deceased had been ill for about five .

II now be our fortunate duty to as- In a word the iron ring is tightened A FRIEND. Iii I until they were exhausted. Bradford county's quota of the <*> weeks suffering from complication

st by example. by sober, friendly and at her borders the civilized world *> big fund that is asked for is $13- (*. brought on by influenza. He was laid

unscl and by material aid In the es- waits while Germany reforms herself = '.*> 000 and this has been equitably *i i to rest in Santa Fe pond cemetery on

Mishment'of just democracy through from within.CHRISTMAS. divided between the twelve 'vot- I Thursday afternoon Rev. N. T. King, I
Kt the world." S 1 Our Boys Over Here & Over There ] *> ing precincts of the county. Definite $ of Starke performing the rite .
Stripped of its malicious power the PARCELS FOR RELIEF reports from the outlying **

ilitary autocracy its masters driven WORKERS precinct are not at hand but $ lic is expected to be just as loyal In
exile, standi before C Starke has subscribed.about <3> the future
the world'surt ------ one- as in the past. We have
or justice. having subscribed to Christmas parcels for individuals Ensign Ray Wilson of St. Augustine as assistant director of civilian laborat I .4 half of her qquota and the cam4 over two million men over-seas to be

rms of surrender which probably working for Red Cross Y. M. C. A. was in Raiford Sunday. lie is Base Section No. 1, Administrative I 'S> paign I is !going on with the sort of *, fed and in all the war-torn countries
,
11 be recorded in history as the most and other organizations over-seas may home on a sixty day furlough. Labor Companies. In a note to the '" vim that assures a full subscrip- of Europe there will be great suffering

astic and complete ever measured be sent by the nearest relative by Private Robert Griffis came down Telegraph he states that he likes his I.*> tlon. Other districts have doubtless should we in the least slacken our efforts -
>t to a defeated foe. making application in writing to the from Camp Johnston Saturday night new work and is getting on fine. 'OJ done fully as well. '* to prevent starvation of their

When President Wilson concluded Red Cross as follows:: and spent Sunday with his parents, Corporal J. M. Groover wrote the 4, 4' people. Surely all of us' are willing to
q exchange of notes with Prince "The undersigned hereby makes application near Highland. Telegraph some days ago from Camp 4, 4' 4' 9 t' 4 4' 4' 0 99 .. 4' 4' 4S continue our good I work in conservation

aitimilian. then chancellor, adminisation to forward to (Name and address Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Strl kiand have Hill! Newport News Va., that he I -- of fond in order that millions of ,,

officials declared that if his ) a Christmas package. The undersigned received a card from their son, PrivateW. would shortly be transferred! to he FOOD CONSERVATION: AND CON- women and children may not die of f
urse did not bring about what they hereby represents that he or B. Strickland advising them of his knew not where They were probably i I TROL Htarvntion.Mont .
>ped would be more than an uncondi- she is the.nearest living relative in the safe arrival over-seas. getting him ready for a little trip to !: likely there will be some

nal surrender it might bring about United States of the proposed recipient Friends of Private D. Ritch Green France to help receive the surrenderof I While the war la over yet the de. changes in the program of the Food
volution in Germany. and that the applicant in the cal. have received letters from him the Germans. At all events his address I mand for food from the United States Administration but its work must

Predictions Fulfilled endar year 1918 has not made or will ing he was at Newport News Va. say and is unknown at present. In the I will not be less for many months. It continue and let all of us resolutely
Pointing today to the Hohenzollern not make any other Christmas ahip- was getting along fine. course of his note John observes that is still necessary that the United "carry on" so long as the need re-
nasty, dethroned and exiled, the peo- ment to the above consignee. "the army i I. all right but not like I States Food Administration continueits mains. J. E. FUTCH.
e's revolution sweeping Germany (Name andNAdress)" / Private Charles Hanie Bishop of plowing by a Jug full." efforts at regulation, and the pub- Food Administrator Bradford County.
ja J the terms of the armistice these If such application be approved by Savannah, was the guest of his parents .
dais felt their predictions amply the Red Cross it is marked "Approv Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bishop of -

""filled. ed,.. Bradford County Chapter A. R. Hampton during the week. I Arm them with the morale that, wins battles
Having lifted the yoke of militarism C., and one of the boxes for Christmas Friends of Private Chas. R. Cooper

nfl the peoples of the central em- parcels will be given to the appli- stationed at Newport News Va., will -..,
res the allies now turn to tasks of be glad to know that he is recoveringafter .: '

"nnds"namty and mercy to bind up their cant.The packages must be plainly marked a dangerous illness with pneu. JMk IT'Wl@ ll{( ]1 i I I
hile and feed the hungry mean to the person to whom it is to be monla. '

the seeking to guide them to a place sent the full amount of postage paidto Mrs. John Phillips, of Theressa has ,
family of nations from which its destination over-seas, and not received a letetr from her son who is .. ." ". ,
'ey'other ran take a part in assuring that to Hoboken only, as is the case for the "over there." He stated that he was ,-. - .. .. ...7'B dt up the Boys Over II ere
:
such
fifteen hundred of packages for soldiers. The
days and
nod name getting along all O. K. and that it was ;7.-Y'--
and horror need never come address of the sender also must be sure a beautiful country. -. "t -

Ram.Evacuation : written on the parcel. Mrs. Joseph W. Loadholtz of Gull- .c H.CA..nCA: 1 'At11n11tW: :r 1'
reparation and restitu- The correct form of the address is: ford sends the Telegraph a subscription + ',
reo n are the key notes of the armls- "Christmas Box Department for her son, Julian W. Loadholtz, Cotmca-KofC-JcwiflhWdfnre

Here Port of Embarkation, who is with Supply Company No. 110, Board W
Camp
r Zomnxtmitg
are the
,
principal things Ger- Hoboken, New Jersey. Field Artillery, American Expeditionary ,
any must do, or powerless before the For_______________?__?______ _? '' Forces In France. - Service American Library
Monous allied armies, will have done Organization________ 212 ,
P her* _______ ___ Ellery M. Davis recently received a
Association-
Immediate American Expeditionary Forces." letter from Henry Bridges stating he j jl
evacuation of Alsace- In all other respecst the packagewill was safe and
sound In France. Mr. SalvationArrayNOVEMBEB -
"rrame.:a and Belgium Luxemburg. Rus- be handled by the Red Cross as Bridges is remembered by many l .
Roumania without further de- the parcels intended for the soldiers, friends here as an employe of the
ruction
or harm to Inhabitants. that is, it must be
inspected and mailed Bradford ,
County
Telegraph. :
lied Then{ occupation by American and by the Red Cross organization.J. Mrs. W. E. MIddleton of Hampton _ -17 VNfltD WAR JOnK ciipwy. ;
troops of
est bank of the all the countries on the E. FUTCI!. is in receipt of a letter from her UJ8.1 ,
Rhine.
Tbe n. further Chapter Chairman. brother Ernest Dowling, who Is with
creation of a neutral a- the Over f" x"j I Ilj
Sea forces
and he
ne I in writes that
a strip of territory on the east TEACHERS.' EXAMINATION the ..- .-
: boys well
are
nk of the Rhine cared for. well fed,
thirty kilometer ,
- and made
lout as comfortable and
twenty miles) wide extending A teachers' examination will be held possible. happy as

1m las Holland half way down tp the in Lake Butler on Tuesday November19th. Lieutenant Wm. M.
Wainwright of
border and twenty kilometers at the High School .
building beginning
'de for the Starke who has been in France for I

remainder. at 8:30 a. m. some time has been assigned to duty .







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1911

: 4y!ft GERMAN: YIELD COMMANDERS: OR HE CRUSIIKDJSnturday. !MUST ]i I Patriotic Week In New York I,

II II I United War Work rr.
.-The terms of the entente

,. ?I secure allies an under armistice which have Germany been handed may, I Ushers in the Pre-Winter Styles I II Campaign Program I'I'I

I Th campaign begin on Monday
to the German dolcgutcs at French
,
I New York November 1C. One particularly good-looking dress morning, November II, and ends. at
army headquarters at n little village I What a 'patriotic throng fill Newi that attracted much attention was of I midnight on Monday, November IS.
in the department of the Aisne and ''
a German courier now is speeding! i York at the present time! What i.n an dark blue serge, and embroidered with I At approved by representativesof I
+ inspiration the Avenue is with its nenna-colorcd floss. The skirt was! the Government at Washington 1
Q e back to German headquarters' in ItelI 'I THE UNIVERSAL CAR
' glum with the document. many-colored flags, its artistic decorations draped after the newest fashion, which the 170.500,000 will be divided BI
I and its hundreds of bond gave it the effect of the peg-top. A I follows: i
Seventy-two hours- until !Monday ,
or
morning have been given tho booth. where one may exchange their small velvet toque of rose color, with Y. M. O. A. . .10O,000XW( I,
t surplus small change into stamps for dull blue . . j,
Germans to accept or reject the stipulations petals, gave a pert and piquant Y. W. O. A. 13.000,000:! I II
't I a Emperor: William in saidto the government. And the thousandsof demeanor to the costume. Dull- National Catholic I I The Ford Model T one-ton truck :
pretty girls who have voluntarily black kid pumps, with military heels, \Var Council is
I he at h'pu awaiting the arrival of
l given their pleasures to devote this of taste chose her (Including time
and
tho courier! with the momentous con up person good as i proving a splendid money-saver I II
o r. their time to this splendid work; many footwear K n I J g h t n of
ditions. The German delegates, it 1 U
.;, o: said endeavored, to secure nn immediate times by their winsome smile do they'I Spats Are Popular Columbus) . 80,000,000 I on the farm. It is very flexible in 1'an-
4 win over a quarter or two that had! an War' Camp Community -
I I
With the advance
provisional suspension of hostilities I of cool weather, I

(II I Y ...w but Marshal Koch refused toI )I entirely different destination in vlew.1 I(I spats are seen in great numbers Some .. . .Service , -. 18,000,000 trol, strong and dependable in service
I
how these things have
capacity to
acquiesce.Notwithstanding; a Jewish Welfare. It has really
. the fact that the< J give an ultra smart appearance to Hoard.. . . 8.5OU.OOO bci-utm-
1, .:: t abdication of Emperor William in the plainest costume. They always American I.I- Think it one of the farnurs'
I I '. generally believed to be conditional look neat and trim, and are most tiniry, AssiM'lalliin -
I : i upon any terms uf armistice and tho ,desirable in fawn or sand-color. ". . . . 3.fiOOmX Over neccssities. ou.),

t. ,r i further fact that the majority parties Though white ones aro considered Sulvnllon Army 3f.OO.OUO Ford truck is IIU,11, ,,
in Germany have demanded that he .04+/ h! !In good taste, they lire not favored at Mr. Farmer
t'' I Any surplus\ will be divided pro to half dozen
a
much n' ,
I f quit the throne and the crown prince:! as the soft neutral shades just ms i
rnta.
I \ t renounce his right to succession, the .__ 'J3 mentioned. Shoes are of such exorbitant and it 'VOIl't.11 its I
I 'i prices that will find it less
emperor has !refused to retire / many
'(r1 ..J'..; :i:1f expensive to head off" when not working. The .
ifo-- Meanwhile throughout the country : ;; / wear pumps and spats. at TV
{ ,\ revolt is in tho air' and the red flag The best-selling shoo at the present drove's Tasteless chili TonicreMoreevitallty
,I'} (I.'lt in flying. A republic has been formed ;ft-ryr X time is the brown leather with the and enemy by purifying and enikhlnit low price makes it popular with skirt \\t d|
I i in flat heel and perforated' the bluotl.. You cnn soon furl Its StreniltlienloD. -
$ : \ Havana and in addition to Kiel, tip.
i I" I I; : r ,. Hamburg and Sihloswig, Hreman is ...'" Invltfuratlnii( Effect Price 60o. farmers who analyze conditions on rhe
" ,
t'' : ., in turmoil. Prince Henry, of Prussia, \ '" ---
11, It I) e commander in chief of thi* German I' ( 'iIj.....;i4' Get the Genuine farm. Let's talk it over, Mr. Farmer.

r, ,' .1 fleet, the !greater part of which issaid ftJ' \ ';tf. and Avoid without
p : Price, body, $550 f.o.b. Detroit
F !' '' to be in revolt, in reported to f.'r) 7 IYaste ,
, have fled to Schleswig.On \ ;. ..... a ri/ i
(1'c' 1- 1 1l ,,' O a
the battle fields''' tho Germans; \ .... J
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kltp. L r", everywhere are being hurried backward 1\1\\ .'; :! .'! !tt Economy FORD GARAGEA.
.1 Y t to their borders. Tournai, nn Important t tiitegf'1 :tit a every Cake
't r/t railroad center in Belgium l a!100 ( I .t l\ VV. & G. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors

tt, on the line leading to Brussels" him -!, : ,' :t,\ tr; : ;9.i\\\I --- ---- ---
,;
I t ;, /i, been entered by the British who are )/ > \ ,.. i"Iffj' :\ IlL STARKE, FLORIDA I
't !t1 "; k across the Scheldt with few barriers 1\ II, I.ILI ... I. t'ii!' ,
\ ,
" of great importance between them and, \ \ ('''' ,\. r
( .t, Urussels. To the south of Valenciennes 'h .f'Ill'. \, I
I I' '. ,1 the British have taken Avesnes, another iJ j ; ... I,I ,/' -
, ,
I l -
,. \ :t important railroad junction L' f Imn'a' It j
Smart Top Coat: for the :Miss
: I". F point, and all along the front have II r--
W' Maubeuge\ being' advanced upon by The professional people are doing I
;t i the nriti h1 their share in n most admirable fash I I

\1 r j 1'; : The French again have rut deeply In ion. One of the most favored and most .
, ,j to the enemy's front. At last accounts ,popular actresses! of the day was gelling tR
: from T cks
' ', .' \ they had, reached, Ll.-irt! twenty miles ) bonds at tho plaza of the Library, 1\.1\ }
I ", I north of Uethel on the rnilrond lending I, Fifth Avenue. She wore a black satin \ t. 11

;J" I eastward to Mejsleres.! Tho taking dress which was severely plain with '
f
{J : ;iI; i of this portion! of France over which soutache braid in n design over. the \: I: :

\,. \ t I.; the enemy can retire Thin is the Ilir- front, of the waist and 1 at the hem, na! t'rJ.' /J: ! :.11

l ,I' don line, which Is being\ dully brought the only trimming. .\ heavy silken oJ" This is a HARDWARE store and wtM,
\ I nearer and now at some places IV i it. cord with huge tassels, at the end held '
Ay
t.' :. ; , dominated, by the French guns. I in the attractive waistline. A !largo 'r4 tat HARDWARE exclusively.But .

'ii I ; Knitwurd: the French are still drl- black hat with uncurled ostrich on we handle EVERYTHING in Hard ,
11.. i ving northward and have joined hands !| the brim claimed the right/ to outline ,
y the profile of this charming Novelty Vest and Collar ., >+ from a tack up.STARKE.
jj I\ with the Americans in the western :, person. I e+, =. wed-
\ I outskirts of S'daIore: prisoners and. I hack to the "Hobble .Skirt- The reason is well known. War work ,

. I' I large additional< quantities of war So tight are the skirts getting, that, requires) the women to walk a great I HARDWARE CO.
\\i1' Ato-I| deal, and high heels and fancy shoes J At State Farm registered
If. res have been taken by the with their added length/ women are ,
t would not Starke Florida .
stand
much
Friday saw little infantry fighting: j beginning\ take small steps, even wear. Jack, services guaranteed. ,
( .}I/ between the Americans coil the Germans tiny steps, and the resultant effect is :Military[ Influence in Top Coats I;$10.00 in advance.
fj west of the Mouse but there the strong semblance to the "hobble"of The fad for the military influence in I

r IT.I i were heavy reciprocal! artillery bom- / the past. Hut tlu-se\ new skirts are dresses and suits is sort of "passe"j ---- --- -
,v, t bardmunts. East of the river the Americans conserving/: material for the_ government and now it is seen in the top coat, I j (u(;ltJt1IJQCI1JU1JJQfJl: lill tStsrJttiltG1tt tfll.ft
Pill !KKIIniIltHcrC'! :
have carried .several strong and just a little shorter step H Illustrated here are two deserving li =
.J forest positions held 1 by the enemy j)I not regarded as a sacrifice when one I models that would be a sure protection S:,
t i It in reported that the roads from j 1 bent> on being patriotic to the ut- I against the cold wave. The one with; l''u,

j .. Stenay, Sedan, Conflana and Leguyon.j most. Besides, they are so graceful. the cap to match is for the junior I'
t j leading to Metz are congested with [ Sometimes n button or two Is left miss. It is simple in line and retains .. CONTINUINfi
kREATni
I T
retreating German troops and trans open lit the bottom of the skirt .to I all the potent charm of youth. The y':
\I. ports. allow more freedom in walking. If ladies' model has the novelty vest i'|
the skirt is not buttoned from the and I KASlm'n.u;, TO WORLD'S I j jDEMAND waist to the hem, a slit is made at The sleeves of this design are quite\ [j,]
) -GIVES; IJI' THRONE:; the lower edge and cleverly concealed I unusual and the pockets conform with '!ni

,'1... --- under u pleat or fold. the same style. |:;
,; 1 Sunday.' -William Hohenzollern, | ._.__..._.. :n.
II German; emperor and king/: of Prussia i SACRIFICE SALE
' has! decided to renounce the throne. 4

This declaration is made in n decree
; issued at Berlin by the German imperial 1t i it it
chancellor Prince Maximilian
I'' of Baden. Tho German crown prince s t
'k will\ also renounce the throne, and a
will he set I Y
regency! up.I'rinco
I Maximilian will remain in I i I I account of the epidemic of in

J office until matters connected with 1
tJyJ// tho abdication of the the
j and Froderieh Kbort: vice president over county during
tl of !the social democratic J1111.tY'1 r

the wilj] regency.Thirty r' pincn.. him as chancellor during' ), : n the past month, we were unable to


thu// after years he and nscwwdod almost the five throne mon- ))1.Ii.I distribute our posters announcing

i Wjjlinm Itohcn/.ollei, his armies de- ,
tested In the fields! fo'rced to sue for L. the
r armistice; terms, and the German people I i'l i'li 7 extension of our Great Sacrifice

I rising in revolt gives up his power.
Hi, came into authority with his cou- II 31 Sale. Therefore
i wish
ntry at the threshold of an era of we to an

pence and material progress/: ; he leaves
it torn by revolution and suffering nounce that this Sale will
from the hardships, and sacrifices of I again open
I Says General Pershlng, referring to
than four of virtually
more years war- -
ruined. one of the war work organizations ; f Nov. 12th and run through Dec.

r 4 I'rim'p11'omilillfJ: the imperial, chancellor (6 A SENSE of obligation for the varied Wand
t, will remain in office until *, useful service rendered to the 12th.

questions connected with the abdication army in France . . prompts me to t Take advantage of this op
of the emperor are settled.Fer !. 'I'' join in the appeal for its further financial u K
: the regency, Frederich Ebert, support. I have opportunity to observe
Winter
portunity to Fall and -
,b socialist, and president i of the main its operations, measure the quality of its purchase
,: committee of the reiclutagvill, be I personnel and mark its benefcialinfluence Ii

.ohnncellor.Kr upon our troops, and I wish IL Goods at a Great Saving. Prices
unreservedly" y
: est AiiP'ist Duke of Brunswick.sc'ii I [ to commend its work for army. i I
.in law ..i the emperor, also low, ;iliIdit'nted ,, I h
I and renounced! his right- to thethrone. -General Pershing '': will be the same as listed on our big

I I I. UNITEDWARVORKCAMPAIGN I Iovi
With fie pnf; lnfrm; )power or Poster.
l William IIoh.Miollp'ilN, all the headr. .. ," 'Ollntl 1 Remember the dates:
the central powers when they entered, SOTS '
the war, have died or lost their throne I I g1 TNts", NOV. 12th
"p TO DEC. 12th
Emperor Francis Joseph and the sultan l I-
.
t of Turkey died before their countries
-
f ngreed! to alln-d armistice terms, -
uml Ferdinand of liulg-m.i abdicated
\ to be succeeded by his ,son who gave ,DI
a
j the throne when his people rose
j against up him. The other European: emperor ,ICroup. and it is Important that you observe ASH DEPARTMENT STORE
the directions carefully. iti
a at the beginning of the war, If your children are subject to croup i
Nicholas Romanoff, was deposed in or if you have reason to fear their being :
attacked<1 by that disease, you For Indigestion Constipation or
f March, 1917. and! murdered in July, I
Biliousness
bottle of Chamberlain's -
1918. should procure a
: ( Cough Remedy and! study the Just try one SO-cent bottle of LAX-FOS
erections! for use, so that in ease of > WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive 1' STARKE
drove' Tasteless chill Tonic an attack you will know exactly what Laxative pleasant to take. Made and ELA.

i ae.ttoyalh.malarial .'rn..which an traiuniUio .... course to pursue. This is a favorite recomni'ided to the public by Paris Medi- ,
the blood by Iho Malaria M.miulto. Frk-111' and successful remedy for croup, cine G i mufacturen of Laxative Bn ir.j
very Quiamc n id runes Tasteless chill Tor.lii K
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assing o/ "Mac/ King of Prussia" his jhe effort own great to ideas instill statesman of his government young had made pupil and every with diplomatic I I "No American May Refuse" ). '}


Marks Last of Central Power Rulers. found! that policies ho, the disagreed new emperor with soon his Cardinal Ubbcns Says "\


former close advisor in I II James Otntltml JIMionn, the
of the Austrian grandfather's:
' renouncing of his throne by with the assassination important: respects. In 1800 I the 1 lending Omhollr dxirvlimnn In I
i 1' Francis Ferdinand many
archduke, I
mi lohenzollern( German empeung disagreement of the two men ri'nchoil America, hoe Ixuutsl 1 n IIlr"g up
Saturday uu and his wifo at Sarajevo. In of the UnltoJ War
'f' Prussia. anti Hismnrikwent. peal support| \
WH crisis rupture cane
a
u
trip ,. k
Recalled from a yachting S
hand for thirty Work OainimlKn. 4A v ,
with an iron The relations between the two"
of the last; liam presided at a conference at Pots-- "It .Is mi American campaign" he r' II
arks the downfall remained strained for sevrralyears ,1 pal ll (,' 1,
I of the Geralarand men 1 1I
the Central Tower dam of representatives died Bald. "Its appeal U one Hint, no
.
u r> oj but before Bismarck peacewas '
I
Austrian armies, navies and ( American n-fiisa. Amc'rtrn'aanswer '
from of Wi may )
,
) "'ing power 0111-1 between thorn.With .
pa made
,
mercial interrsts. There, : will lie another trliiniiiliiuiiannmmcftmMit
all the heads of the f \
nonzollern.: the tho passing of Hisimuvk!! therniperor's I ff'
I information obtainable, In this
the best Hint we II fl'
MIof the central power real reign hrgnn. As u ,! I I 4 I
reached to make the as- nIl-1 and one tin
die,1 decision was war nil one people us
the war, have for .w ,
vntercd stickler
.
-, I he was a
Frai.ill hUSMiiation of the archduke n pretense itary man tlon to stir It through to vlrtory ?

1, ni-ii thrones. Emperor and the for the world war for which Gel'lIumyhad fiency. discipline and the obwrvnnooof i Into the Miiloii.lld work of aimtuln-
Austria-Hungary detail. And of ,
M the last
to
their long prepared. etiquette Ing the inornle, of our flthtlirtc men

1 t.II,i >t Turkey died before armii In the diplomatic exchange, hetwel'l1Germany the details of all these components of tho great social orKiinlTatlonn,, of live stock famine '
-
allied
In ''I" agreed to sign and Austria on one side and army life and training he was familiar America have thrown tlu'iimetves. THE C
L'
ms and Ferdinand of Bulgaria Great Britain, France and l Russia on to the smallest\ point. It is related thnt The American people will mile the the world is
hill
ih itn-d to be succeeded by son, wishing during military reviews he was able sum they 8I1k-ll'nel'Ou.l. cud
relinquish his the other William posed us one facing is the most alarming i
forced to in "
? .a: for but driven to war. lie to detect the slightest imperfection gllld!.)'.
when the Bulgarians rose up peace training of a rt-gi- -a condition
(Ill' signed the order for the mobilization the equipment or agriculture
uiiisi him. The German crown prim and from that ment or squadron and called attention I II.
aide renounced his right to succeed of the German army. Thereafter to the dereliction sharply. With the has ever confronted. j <
be' moment war was inevitable. I ":
th throne and a regency will ha drove on his armies relentlesslyin principles of tactics and maneuvers + + ;;; + + + + + + + + + + + .
,
up the mad campaigns for victory, encouraging too, he was thoroughly acquainted. + I.EGA1.; N1)1'iCl.x' 4 The horse, cattle, sheep, ; J

Collected by the World them with every device and Besides being well versed in army + + A + + + + + + + + + + + + + swine and poultry industry wj
'
of world dominion obsei the was thoroughly I p j
dream I I sometimes appearing on the front to matters, emperor NOTICESI yet
the mind of Emperor William be proclaimed as personal commanderin familiar with naval affairs having a in Euro-Asia has been e.
'
aged the world into war. Upon him a great offensive. technical mastery of the details that month after Into hereof I will prcwpntmy nearly out by the 1r ;
military engin of the vonchorH and anal account to the IfnnornMi wiped ,w
the efficiency
tremendous make
I tit of the "Willy.Nicky"correspondence go; to up .
Publication (?.... A. ftimliner. Connty JiitlK* of llrnilfordCounty. ;
destruction of which }he was the in 1917, placed the fleet. Study of naval problems was ."10.101.. and auk for my limit illnrtmrire inroads of war. ;. g

the exponent and the of his occupations. His influence U xlmlnhitrator of the rotate of W. It.Underhill .
[bodiment, I, German emperor in the light of an unscrupulous one pet d.erasrd.Tb. . !:
tier rests the responsibility of delft plotter. The telegraphs disclosed was potent in fostering: the development ,. the 11th day of A"..".1. 1011. -And the lack of workhorses
and bringing about art and J. L.. UNDEHtHM..
ltely planning that Emperor William had induced of German commerce, .
the world has ev. in those affairs ft-9-mo. Adm Infiltrator.NOTICE and work cattle is Q
greatest conflict ,' Emperor Nicholas of Russia to science. His interference p -

Fern sign a secret agreement to which he as well as in statecraft often ----: OF-APPLICATION-- FOR TAX IJFK1) preventing these countries fl

|t did not matter to the world that Was to force the adherence of Francein embarrassed German leaders and I'NPEll: ,PKCTION: : s OF CHAPTER 4..11. 1

emperor's personal share in thfcft ,',: the perfection of an offensive and evoked from them admonitions to AW8' OF FI.OKinV from producing enough ,, ;

events immediately The precedin wortvicted defensive alliance against England leave diplomacy to his chancellors.In Notice In h, ....h" nrlwn that 8 A. 1.lnhol.t..1 l .V feed to raise more live S' I '

j war has been obscured. The treaty was discovered and repudi- everything he was described aa ptinrhiintfr nl Tax orrtirtcnti No. 74. lntd the

him of organizing, directin !I ated by a Russian minister. thorough: and, withal, one of the hardest I 4th day of Sept. A., n. llllfl. linn fllinl >alilrrrtlflrnte j stock, with which to raise ro
/ in my olFtcp and him mndi* application
of ef. t
| maintaining at the top notch ,, Failing in his attempt, the German workers in the empire. His rising for In* tlipd to IHHUC In ncrordiinre with g.q'1

envy the great German militar set upon himself the task of hour was 6 o'clock sharp and a long law. Snid pt.rtinrntc. mhrncpfl the followingiliwerlhrd . more crops. 0
emperor pmp-rly Hltualrd In Bradford I county.
chine It remembered that he sigr drawing England to his side against day's hard work, which frequently extended Florida, towit, : I

|thc order for the German mobilize France and Russia. How well he well into the night, followed. 2 Acura In NW Quarter of SW Quarter B The duty of America is
of Main Htrpft,, nod, N. of It. M. Lvvcrott A
.
stoo
he
It remembered that thought he had succeeded in this may Stated hours were devovted to the tusk ro.. and W, nt \. c. L. Railway or Block I must plug that '
nsor for the terrorism and brigand- 'be gathered from a letter he wrote of informing himself on the progressof "51" In Worthlnnlnn.. Si.". ZH. Tp II. S. It. 1 |I -9., plain--we ?
of war- R.. 2 acre**, '1'hi* Haiti land Icing aHHiimod at ,1 '
which under the guise I to President Wilson in 1914 in which events at home anti abroad through the ditto of the. itmuanre of Much crrtinciit In j! rgap by getting into the t
V ravished Belgium, laid waste the of the German and of Unknown.ITnlran t s
: he said King George had promised reading: principal the name
business ourselves -
.
shall be redeemed aocordinir more deeply
out acid certificate
depopulated and I
Res of France, I: Prince Henry of Prussia on July 29 foreign newspapers. to lntax, drcd will IHHUP tht-rtnin on ,
>mg Serbia and sent the Lusitnni:. 1914, that England would remain neutral Before the war Emperor William\ often the 2nd day of wmlx-r.. A. [>. IttlK. |I not after while but )

[h her freight of women and chi! I: in war involving the central powers professed friendliness for America. the WitncNR 2lth day my of official Octohvr.giirnuture A. 1>. 1K1HW. and., seal! this , now. c ?$

..) to a grave in the Atlantic. I with France and Russia. He encouraged the foundation of T. WEEKS.
Civilization will never forget the which (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court.
by
I Perhaps the most direct and author- exchange professorships Bradford County. Fla

i as the minions of the emperor who I itative of the accusations against the prominent German educators! visited 11-1-61.- - ---- -,---- Our community can learn

cially shot to death Edith Cavel and the Pan-Ger- this country and lectured in the colleges ;
German do this
I emperor how to by visiting
who befriended the :M\UKITIM; hOGS;: t
English girl mans are contained in the published here while American college professors 0

/ianc in Brussels. secret memorandum of Prince Charles! similarly filled chairs in German bents burying them. Steve Hoover, the live stock show at the l

Against these his cry "I did not will] institutions of learning. Mt. Pleasant Iowa writes "('om-
Max Lichnowsky, who was the German Florida State Fair at o- *
I"
war' availed nothing. Before t11e ambassador at London at the He was an enthusiastic yachtmnn menced feeding: my herd of about 100 ; ,
\ adjudg Powder "vortwo Incknonville Nov. 27th to V",'. <>IM; nJKarmrr
of humanity William was hogs 11. A Thomas' Hog
I withered ableto
outbreak of hostilities. The prince unequivocally and despite his arm was *' National ConnriM/ I lI<:c. 3rd to
[ guilty; of the jroatest crime sine placed the blame for the take personal command of his racing months nM Fifty were sick and w bthi i Excursion Kate on All Line e

i ,'ruciflxlon. In him humanity saw war on Germany and for his frank- yachts and sail them with considerable off feed. Nearby herd, had cholera

i last) if the autocrats, the final Cue ness was imprisoned in a Silesian chateau success. He spent much tirno I dirt l not I"se one-they are well tnd

\, "-rtions that he was at hear permanently expelled from the lit his palatial hunting lodges! and i.s growing fast.-Sold in Staike bv It. 1 1r

'tat, I( persistently circulated for Prussian House of Lords, which action -II reputed to have been, the champion H. Jones. Adv. y }1sM

(IP iu', give them the stamp of was: sanctioned by the emperor, hunter in the world in the point of - -----_._ -- .;3 E

Inn propaganda became branded md, finally was exiled to Switzerland, game killed. It was stated that the em- Sleep and! Rewt. . '

c -raml> >(else lie who had long Emperor William's domination over peror had. killed (11,7:10( :: pieces of game of ,' t
One of the most common causes
of .
iiiiiin il himself the prince pone German statemrn, diplomatic and I more than 4,000 of which were stugi.He Insomnia and restlessness is indigestion. -

(on nalid, as humanity's Scourge, the high command of the German I was a great r..ader-hi. privatelibrary Take of Chamberlain's Tablets *
1 against him and all that he repre in the at Berlin one
Dr. WilliairMuchlon imperial palace -
s emphasized: by and
armyva immediately after supper Sl'eif
world of democ ill
ted rose the new a former director of the I before the war was becoming one do not rest better and sleepbetter.
> freedom. you ; S Ch4s
v ai c Krupp works, the great German munitions of the most interesting collections!' of l They only cost a quarter. v
whether William was
doubt
flany factory, in his book on The Devastation bonks in the world. He posed us a dictator -

rely sane. He said repeatedly that of Europe. In this he" not in music, painting, poetry and CocyrlghUd s' I'

[possessed a divine mandate to rue, only laid blame upon Germany for hut I acting. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days .. 1

I th Almighty was his "uncondi faith and criticised tho German al'myfor' At one time it was announced that DruUClut::*rpfund money If PAZOOINTMFNTfnlle. -- -- -- )
Itching Ulinil. lilpethnit, or Prnlruilmrt lUlin.liiHtnnlly
It is not en- Incur ,
,nd avowed ally.
nai its brutality, but asserted that ir ho had composed the libretto of a hal- ri'lli-ves I Itching Film and you run mtreHthil .
(lyloni' whether such outgiving the German foreign office "only ha ,'I lad to be given in celebration of his : suroalter the tirst miellufitiua. i'dbiSle. 11"til

e '-h product of a disordered brail who did the emperor's bidding! was allowed i birthday. A private performance of WIRE-FENCE

were due to unbounded egotism an'IT' < to remain. They could not ill. one of the musical efforts is said to GIRLS! LEMON JUICE

i mpress hii subjects will better," he declared, "because of th') I have been given in the Potsdam palncp IS SKIN WHITENERHow I r r

j iden >t reverent and unquestionlni, without notable effect the
character, the power, the vaccilatiorof upon i
n n I His!I speeches to his arm und continued interference by th" musical world. I Selling very fast. I advise early i
To Make Creamy Beauty
< -h h prtod, he nnd the'I a
>r < is .
kaiser. It was lr. Muehlon who n5 Physically L'nimpreHHivt purchase. Half car load already 1f
'
,1 I j, ,- in n -I Lotion For a Few C nts. ;
serted the authenticity of the statement Phy-ieany unimpressive, -he wasshort ..
u enemies were regard of two fresh lemons. strnind sold. I cannot promise additional
that Emperor William stated( ntu and inclined to stoutness-Wil- The purr|) I
h in' mtside of Germany as'. ; ounes I II 4 '
bottle containlnnthree
meeting of German nrmy officer* : linm was fond of being: photographedwhile (. Int.I/ supply after what I have on hand '
i1 'hi'tnric intended only to de- of orrhard white makes a wholelimrler
that he had plenty of prisoners und: striking a military posturethough ,
''i> i wn people. that he hoped the officers would see I taking good care to veil the pint of the moat romarkalle I is gone. i.
ill' irp i-laim to close affinity will) onion kin beautifier nt about the cost
that no more prisoners were taken. deformity of his left ;
arm n disfigurement I decline in prices; so fr
win tlu burden of dozens of his me must pay for a small jar of tho or- : guarantee no .
Maximilian Harden, a German liberal with which he was born, und of
*'O; ling before as well us after I linnry cold creams. Care should! boakon ,
leader declared the German ruler -i which he was extremely sensitive. lie I buy now. I
beginning of the war. Of theseal. to .strain the lemon juice! through ,
[ ; brought on the war because of his blamed his Knurli-h; mother for living for labor saving farming : -
Ian( more clearly defined hi! a fine cloth so no lemon pulp got In. I See me
desire "for something like world rule.. I life of
n self-indulgence curse,1'hl'r
and
Inh in hue notorious "divine right" I ho nthis lotion will keep fresh fur j jnonth Give order W;
me
Often Protested His InnocenceWilliam implements. your
repeatedly as being responsible
'C":> delivered at Brandenburg 1 In, -!. Every woman knows that i I'

I. i which he said he regarded the often proclaimed his innocence -i! for hill deformity. mon juice is used l to bleach. and remove j, now. t*

finai, neople as "a responsibility'ipon and endeavored to put the onus ,, No description of the emperor's personal uch blemishes ns! freckles snlownc's II for '
order
of the war on the shoulders of the entente : Place now Syrup
will be the ideal skin I Itoftoiier your I
him by God and that i im i'luty appearance complete and tun ant is

,' to increase this inherinhich allies. In his speech from the without mention of his full, bristling !\ whitener and hcautifler. | I Cans, before another advance. I i

"fi one day I shall be call throne after the war began he said : I I mustache His photographs, which he Just! try it! Get throe ounces of |

'I' give account. Those who "In pursuing its interests the Rus- ,'distributed with a lavish hand showed irchnrd white nt any drug/ store nod j I DeWIIT C. JONES I 'iI.

Iti( iti-'fer. with my task I shnlf'P sian empire stepped in the way olAustriaHungary. it with ends twisted up at belligerentangles. two lemons from the procer and make | ,

Ih Our duty ai an ally I up a quarter pint of this !sweetly frag-<

called us to the side of Austria- lotion and it daily j I Starke Florida
this the world I aW before the He married Augusta Victoria, eldest ant lemon massage
o menace but a comedy. It Hungary. The situation arose not ,I daughter of Grand Duke Frederick Into the fact, neck, arms and I Ii Iiand ,
I from temporary conflicts of interestsor Adv. (9( ;: ) I
with the I
then
Captain Joseph ; of Sehlesw' liuldein-Sonlerburg-Au- -- --
g- -- -- -- -
diplomatic combinations but is the' i I. 1
,
P ch'nn of the United States navy ;' prustenburg on February .1.
result of ill-will existing for -- -- '
PI Inning from war with Spair against the strength and years i:I They had six sons nail one 27I881'j
prosperity !
'' >f teh clash with the com whom the
'I''I'I crown prince,
the German squadron at of The the German emperor,empire.despite his previous I I the eldest. With the crown prince, his I N. T. RITCH Pres. W. T. WEEKS, V-Pres. J. //. RITCH CashierStarting

I Ira" the captain recited the
father
of will for clashed frequently and on one
expressions good America,,,
"II 'm "Hoch Der Kaiser." Inn
occasion Frederick
gave vent to his anger against tho virtuall exiled young -
th.
I '> lulling refrain was, in theo to Dantzig but soon recalled him
United States when it became evidentno ,
1 ii* words of the emperor and restored him to favor.
I ft
official action would be taken to
,or 1 '"- mit me-and I mit him- RightThe
Uemself Und Gott. stop the shipment of munitions and 'German mothers who wrote to the '
-- '
'supplies to the entente allies by de- emperor of the deaths of their sons

I'll,. itutenmen realized then that o'arinf! to the American ambassador, killed in battle elicited from him no
d
mled emperor in his "shining James W. Gerard, "I shall stand no word of sympathy. lie regarded their

nr maneuvering his armies a"l! nonsense from America after the deaths as "glorious." Yet his own six
RIGHT START. To the
deers Building up the German mil- war." sons, though holding high commandswere fight is half won when you get the

i 11"1 vitem.end Turkey cementing and fostering the Central the! Wil'iam's designs to spread German so protected that the imperial young business man, nothing is of so much importance as'l .
family stood practically alone in all
domination in Asia found
expressionIn
jchmg ,f the supremacy of autoc- Germany in warding off the clutchesof
his famous visits to
Constantinople
Wa 'reeling a machine that one .
death.
[wouH make war upon all civiliza- when he was proclaimed as protectorof A BANK ACCOUNT

the Moslems. In this the world sawa
Chamberlain'i Cough Remedy.Do .
\'II'\Hd cunning step toward achievement of -
as :Mad Inventor
not imagine that because other
the German ambition of German do-
1 t. (>rld 1 was warned by some minion from Berlin to Bagdad. rough medicines failed to give you re- It may be small at first---doesn't always need to be large, but it should 1

men that the I lief that it will be the with Chamberlain's
emperor same
Friedrich Wllhelm Victor Albert carryall his CASH transaction Every payment should be made +
.ay bring catastrophe up- Cough Remedy. Bear in I
wan born January 27 1859 anrl 1 be- '
These men saw in him I i mind that from a small beginning through it.
came William II the deathof
1 m now as a mad inven- emperor on I this remedy has gained a world wide

r 1 youth tho most dan- his father, William III June 1": ,, i! reputation and immense sale. A medicine ITS HELPFUL-IFS I STABILIZING-IT'S ENCOURAGING.; Ii
188S. He came out of the Universityof

1" playthings.-hia army and Ha navy doiroughout Bonn fully prepared! to enter the I win must esteem have wherever exceptional it merit becomes to This Bank wants your checking account---LARGE: OR SMALL J

the years te school of statecraft. Set to work In known

h" had to put them tc the government bureaus, he was early
taught the routine of official! business! -- BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
'"d inventor he fear- No' Worms In a lloo thy ChildAll
under the tutelage of tho Dis-
'1.1 reign would find hh great children tmtiblrd with ....'10. have an un-

)fieo( ; eo rasped the first marck.At bralihy color" ,whkb Indicates poor blood an.t at. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
rile there la more or lee utomnch dlsnrlwrce.GROVE'S .
t( wage: a world war. the death of his father, the imperial -

_: the German war party throne devolved upon William I TASTU.ES.J three week chill will: : enrich TONIC given the biood.:regularlyfortwoor Improve ESTABLISHED 1889

:n W,Iliam >a Its head, and tho II, who was then but twenty-nine the diamtlon. and act.0 a General Stranmh STARKE FLORIDA ,
of world dominion awaited theo years of age. Bismarck continued as taint Tonic to ;h. whula ystem. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms and the Child wtl:!MLa
begin iu attainment. It came I chancellor but not for long. Though I perfect" beaUfa. rieuaat to taka. 0c per.hurtle t tyr




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I I legea and universities of the United

Bradford County Telegraph TO FIGHT .1 States"In view announces of the: fact that existing FEELS AS WELT


i* ; -' I County News Items.DUKES II educational requirements have prevented -

1'1' Published Weekly and entered a,* Bee THIT'FLU" induction of men in collegiate AS SHE DID
authorized
; *ud claws matter at the pant-office aStarke sections S. A. T. C. up to of
strength and pending completion
Florida. ; Little Virgil Newsom visited his for recruiting these
this new system
.; =;- .- -'= grandparents here last week. Dr. Williams' No. 101 Tonic for sections Committee on Education Directs 40 YEARS AGO

+ r. E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner, Dukes, Nov. IS.-The many friend: | Harley Andreu was a visitor to that institutions in which number

':y J. C. ROBINSON Associate Editor, of George Miller will regret to learn Brooker Saturday. Colds and Fever Proves to of inducted\ men is less thai authoriz. -
of his serious illness. He contracted Messrs. Lacy and Leaston Wynn
influenza several weeks ago at the Starke, were here Thursday in inte Be the Verv Thing For students may who do not have the pre Ten Dollar

of Florida, Gainesville, est of the dipping vat which will ben. Bottle For the Good
(mJ AIOYENfBER 191jj'j'jI University Influenza.Don't scribed number of units but whom the Tanla
: where he had enlisted to enter the efit the community very much. Spanish I head of the institution and command. is Dong Me."

!i' : (-I IOa I W'V& I pa0.1 rem I eetL MY, I students' army training camp. After Otis Barry was a business visitor ing officer jointly believes to be competent Says Mrs.
: improving he returned to his home at to Worthington Saturday.C. neglect the simple rules of in Lavery."I .

I Fa I, z Miller where he suffered a relapse and M. Andreu visited his family here; health. One of these is to keep the tion for to one pursue of the training officers' prepare training '

went into double pneumonia. For four Wednesday night.W. mouth, the skin and the clothes clean was on the flat ;of
should be
i Due consideration
back
b 7 8 9 M. Ilarrell is busy picking That is Another is to maintain camps. my In bg
/r 3 4 weeks he was dangerously ill and or pea. easy. given to such high school training ai with nervous prostration when I
Maines of nuts this week. the bodily vigor at or above par. It'sthe aGrt\
Monday of last week Dr. 'applicants have had also to vocational ed taking Tanlac, but now I
1011 t21314 B 1b Lake Butler and his mother, Mrs. H W. M. Andrei, of Charleston, S. 1 C., run-down systems as a rule, that and business experience; to prey.sous well as I did forty year feel" J

S. Miller, carried him to Riverside hospital I is visiting his parents here this week. catch the "flu." If you do not fee military training and to suet Mrs. Sarah Lavery, 5M: : Hagrun'Nashville ago

; .f 202122i Jacksonville where he was ope Mrs. W. M. Harrell and sister, Mis9.. strong and vigorous, you can help] relevant Ten. stltl
171819 -
qualifications are
personal as
I : rated upon the following day by Dr Cecil Raborn, were transacting busl. make yourself so by taking a few to the making of an officer." "I had been in a bad ththl'
< I Rogers. Mrs. Miller remained with ness in Brooker Friday afternoon. doses of Dr. William's No. 101 TonicIt a long time," sheontmued' ww("
"The wishes particularly \ "
; i 2425 2627 him a week, returning to her home ar T. B. Edwards and family were the is a grand. tonic. It will put nev I Committee the that the stomach would give mi < pJ,
Tuesday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu life in you. If you have the "//Iu," DrWilliams' I to convey assurance I had fearful sick headache-even
-- of 'the foregoing -
arrangements ana
.
Sunday afternoon. No. 101 Tonic should be taken I purpose !
have attacks of
i Germany went the way of all Lul LAKE BUTLER A cottage prayer meeting was held immediately. The quinine in i It : is not to abolish the educational such were affected and dizziness I began M I> kidnnl
standards to re-
but permit to
lies. Sooner or later the bully come; at the home of Joe Barry Saturday kills the influenza/ germs immediately rheumatism of the ban
I worst
the
I
to kind
15. II. Rosen. night. The iron in it tones the system. The, taxation as is necessary bring [)
to grief. Lake Butler, Nov. up I total joints were all swelled and han''
its
i I# berg, wife and children spent Tuesday : Mrs. E. E. Baxter, who has bt'en magnesia ingredient acts on the liver I| strength of the Corps to were so puffed up I (c-ouldn'my )

) The people of the United State! in Jacksonville. visiting relatives and friends at Ala.: .I and bowels. So you see, it is an idea authorization. knitting needle. I hold I
was
the so
i above instruction nervous
Under the
should now have many years of unexampled Martin Rimes and son, Oscar, were I chua and Trenton, returned home Sui medical preparation. Your druggist unstrung that I had begun to and
receive 2E think
G Florida will
of
prosperity, and we will have If in Lake Butler on business Saturday\ day. or drug dealer can supply you-25< I University time for this world was short B.
establishedhere
we all pull together to that end 1 Hugh Ryals, of Salt Springs, visited .Misses Hortense and Nannie Strict' and 50c bottles. Refuse to accept any men in the Naval Unit "I wouldn't take ten dollars

e friends and relatives in town land and Emma Chesser, of Alachu,' substitute. There is nothing that is in which men may qualify for tie for the good this Tanlac a bot.
e far in show .Hamil- of Miss Blanche Ai Made only the G. B. officers training schools in the Navy, a dairy
_The returns so returning to the springs FridaY'1 were the guests just as good. by I me. I feel
? twenty
to be the only county lcd Williams Co. Quitman, Ga.-Adv. 3 and 50 men in the Army Unit of theStudents' years younger aJ.]
ton county Mrs. Parrish, of Virginia, dreu Sunday. I I I ready. My nerves are a;
Florida to vote for more booze and less her brother L. A. Duncan. Messrs. Joe Surrency and Guy Pii Army Training Corps where quiet III
ng .I lamb. I can eat anything I want
I education. Oh you, Hamilton. What Hoj-iry Dukes, of Five Mile, was in I holster attended church here Sunda they may qualify for officers training out the least bit of trouble and wilt
:
a glorious day I town Tuesday.Mr. night. I camps. nj
# rheumatism is
disappearing.
Soldier Letters. of school student! I at
1 high
-- ---- Baisden, of Starke, was shak Mr. Fred Hazen and Myrtie Morgan, Any your knit all I want to and in
I It has been a bad season for auto ing hands with friends in town Tues Harley Hazen and Loca Anderson and I registered in the draft on September. I humor all the time. I feel am like a goo,{
crats. Emperor Charles of Austria Nellie Strickland attended church here 12th, who may not less than the equivalent notk-'"
He day.M. of twelve school units, ing could have done all this for m
crawled off of his throne Tuesday. M. Hale and Oscar Brown made a Sunday night.A : Hdq. Brittany Leave Area. St. Malo, high but Tanlac."

fl' was the last autocratic\ ruler in Eu business trip to town Tuesday. pleasant afternoon was spent at I France. American E. F. A. E. F. 793 may now enter the Students' Army I Tanlac is sold by C. P Cason IIi
( rope. The others had already gone to Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and baby, of the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ar Rev. Alfred Evendon, Unit at their State University and Starke
and by one drupirist in
_. the scrap heap. Ocala, came over Sunday to visit Dr. I I dreu by a number of young folk Tarpon Springs, Florida. have all expenses paid, including Your students $30. i town in Bradford countY- Ad evrj

I and Mrs. B. P. Wilson. Max returned Those present were Misses Eva and Dear Friend-: a month pay as privates. : _

1 America showed the world how to prepare home Monday morning and Mrs. Wilson Ruby and Elma Edwards, Ruby Pal I guess you think I have completely I would carry the equivalent of I' 1, 1918.
for war. Now let us rish Chesser Hortense and 12th grade work here though the
,
quickly returned Wednesday.Mr. Emma forgotten ere this time, but not
you State of Florida, County if Bradford
show them how to take up quickly the and Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of Five I Nannie Strickland, and Messrs. SUIT ., so. I have wished to write you for sev courses might be changed in a few I Before me, a Notary Public in and

;, pursuits of peace. Throughout being made the Mile, visited relatives in town Sun- ner Andreu, Seeber Edwards. I II eral months here but have been so high particulars.school If inspector the work be accepted reported by for the state and county aforesaj:
efforts are already I
country unsettled that I thought it would be
r
appeared J. Robinxn
Lt / to get back on a pence basis. Every day.Mrs.. G. W. Ball is on the sick list THESE ARE FAMILY TIMES wise for me to wait until I was permanently favorably to you, these students.I I who personally having been duly sworn nccort-,
should lend himself to this good I and family ties and interests pervad might remain members of their respective
t" man this week. I located, which I am happyto '
nl ing to law, deposes and any that hi
classes and be graduated
work. Alice Piper is able to be out again everything. It is a time when the va is at the above address.
say Is the of the Bradford County
manager
of typhoid fever I of The Youth's Companion to the your Spring Commencement, provided,,,I
after a ling spell ue St. Malo is a very old city, having Telegraph, and that the following
4l As rapidly as possible the government is appreciated. It sei of course, you should agree to such
,, basis, Mr. Williams in able to be back at family doubly been founded COO years before the to the best of his knowledge nd btlitf/,
1 should get back to a peace the barber shop after nn attack of in I ves ALL, every age, because youtt discovery of America. It has a high an arrangement. \ of the ,
I"i IN f The expenses of the war have mount fluenza. I fulness has nothing to do with year, wall of stone built completely around It is only the exegencies of War,,I a management true statement, etc., of the \iwnenhifc aforesaid

,' i N' ed to an enormous sum. The Ameri Mose Hewitt, of Five Mile, was a and the paper appeals to the hopefu,lit and is located on the shore of the which you fully understand from cir- for the date shown above:
1 this call on them that could induce the University publication
met
people have the enthusiastic, those with ideal cumsances
can visitor to town Saturday.J.
Channel in the extreme eastern

t. English Starkt
Publisher E. S. Matthew'
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1 without faltering or murmuring. Unnecessary S. Howard, of Dukes, was in town I The Editorial Page is for full-fledgc I of France. to receive your students before I Starke
part S. Matthews
Editor E.
I war expenditures now would thin week. minds, and the Fam4 Page, Boy The weather here is very disagree they have completed their high J. C Robinson. Starke.
,
$1 be little short of a crime. Ambrose and liar. Page, Girls' Page and Special Fez school course. Manager
Mrs. Belle son
windy
able most of the time, awfully Starke.
. Owner E. S. Matthews,
'f"1 is already din, are visiting at the home of Mr. tures delight all hands. The Compar I' and rainy and cold, but nevertheless 1 If you endorse this plan of the War \ That the known security holders an
administration it to
. t : The food in order and Mrs. W. \M. Overstreet. ion Is a friend, a servant, a storyteller am having a very nice time and in the Department, please announce Mergenthaler Linotype Co New
, calling on us to economize Room will be this an informer, a physician and a your boys who are eligible.Respectfully .
The Club
food supplies to sell open best of health. We have lost only one 'York, N. Y. J. II. Schroeter & Bro! ,
have

,
that we may will humorist. It not only stands for the
__ ; : week and those who help sew are man here by death, the cause being
r 1 s to the starving nations of Europe it furnishes them. The A. A. Murphree .Atlanta, Ga.
.J f call that welcome to come and help the Red I best things but Bronchial pneumonia. He was buried. I J. C. ROBINSON,
I )" America has met every other will Cross sewers. Several of the ladies brightest, the surest and most true last Friday morning with military President,I I Manager.
her and we
; has been made on spent the day sewing at the Club worthy periodical-and known, as such Cathedral which
1 honors from a Catholic before M
subscribed
meet this one. There will be no starvation Room Tuesday I for over ninety years. The, family and Statement of the Ownership, Management I Sworn to and
rT 10th
. ,4. in the world if the food stores Mr. and Mrs. Overstreet, accompanied favorite in the homes that make America taken was 400 begun years in the to complete.century The I Etc., Required by the Act of this 2nd day of November H. HALLIGAN, 1918. ,
I be made to TED
(, of our great country can by Mrs. Ambrose and son, liar- what it is to-day. funeral was conducted by a Catholic: I Congress of August 24, 1912 Notary Public.
i prevent it. Starke Although worth much more the I Of Bradford County Telegraph, published (SEAL)
din, motored over to Monday. priest (French) but who spoke Eng Nov. 16.1921.
J" did A.E. Proctor visited Sapp Tuesday.D. paper is still $2.00 a year. glish fluently, and carried the sermon I weekly at Starke, Fla., for Oct. My commission expires
I
Monday
An all-day celebration W. Borum spent Saturday and Don't miss Grace Richmond's grl'at through! in English.At I

j' not satisfy Jacksonville and a night giant Sunday with his family, returning to serial, Anne Exter, 10 chapters, beginning the outbreak of the war he was

j parade was held there Tuesday celebrate. Palatka Monday. December 12, with a German family, a Baron, as IT SAVED MANY LIVES
to
It Is all right for that city obligation Fritz Townsend visited his parents The following special offer is mad priest in Germany and was internedfor This tnrlbl. ephl\'ntl. which the country 1180 paa. d through and the South I. par'tlcul.r.
met p"plra.lo"Ilk.
She has more than every to subscribers toll 0' live. hu proven eoncluel..I" that
Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. new : several months before being returned which took .uch a henry then nlvor oc-
In'tho of th pPClple
laid her by the government Pl.nkChill Tonle hav plK. good will
on W. H. Stewart is visiting her 1. The Youth's Companion-52 Issue I now n.bMivice to secure the
land. He .. taoluuly
of the war. Florid. to his native gave avery eupi.d b.for.. In th. thousands> of nom pwpl. wens forced 'to d.
j .ti during the progress mother at Five Mile. of 1919. interesting address on his experience of a phynicUn druitll"t or nun. In their lo..d on.. and wen dlr.ppolnt.n4'
tans have reason to feel proud of both issue pend upon Pl.nk'. Chill T.nl for thi. moot eritlc l lime It did Dot h."
Miss Edna Fowler is visiting Mrs. 2. All the remaining weekly in family would
while prisoner Germany II1l1111be. of th.tr
,
a It
\, chief cities, Jacksonville and many. many ptnon. tell u* th.t without Mm.
Sab.' j. of their themselves It. L .Fowler. of 1918. at the Y. M. C. A. a week or so ago puaed ....". made or pond "hne"tdrun
, rt! Tampa. They blue.have shown Warren Coffin was a visitor to Lake 3. The Companion Home Calenda which I was fortunate enough to hear. I It;I.It the I. the same one today medicine as It whloh ha. been will for pooltl..I"tho put rid/ltteall the system yeah ot Chills end F"t bolo

to be true Butler Tuesday. I for 1919. The funeral held by him was: carried I Colds Inauen.t 1I"lp"o'' and M teri. For tho above dill.... follow well di..Uo..n and lUon
H". \ ,* Elzy Loadholtz is able to be out All the above for only $2.00, or you out in impressive manner, tie: It I. also IIn .....II.nt Conk a teupoon'ul star me.lo ksps different you person in a d.r,
" If there have been no casualties recently \ a very I oust Gl'ARANTER-U It doea Dot m.ke you 1..1 like a
tit has lost only again after pneumonia and has gone. may include which made us feel that while within your dniKirnt, will refund your' mon.y without question.
If 1( t; Bradford in county France. It so hap to Jacksonville to have his householi .I. McCall's Magazine-12 fashion num the temple of worship we were nearer; PLANK'S CHILL TONIC 25 and 50 Cents
of her .
'i' four that all sons of them had been students furniture shipped to Lake Butler. I bers. All for only $2.50. The two oor God than we had been for some At Year Druggist or General Ba..... H.... .nlr In jMfc.n.lll "*
pens Nathan'Varnea has bought the \Murphy magazines may be sent to separat time.I .
t i the Starke High School, and I -:"!
of
home in East Butler and has mov addresses if desired. could write considerably more
that enlarged I you
: the Telegraph suggests his children THE YOUTH'S COMPANION.
ed his family in town to enter concerning own experience but I
in the my
t '': school pictures auditorium of them so be that placed thoso who in school. We welcome this fool. Commonwealth Ave. & St. Paul St.: do not wish to burden you with too 1

1 after them for all time may beremlndl.'d ily to our midst. i Boston, Mass. long a letter. When I return I will
come
Mrs. D. Hall, of Brooker, and Mrs wouldbe
tell lots more than I ever
of the heroism and sacrifice I you 15th
NOVEMBER
Artemus Hall and little son are thguests WEEK OF PRAYER able to write.I FOR FRIDAY, ,
IJl i'' of these splendid boys. of \Mrs. Lacy Hunter this week am in the censor's office here and i

They left Wednesday for Tampa. i The Ladies Missionary Society ob like the work fine, as it is not BO heavy "HER FATHER'S KEEPER"A
The war has taught\ the American but W. J. Epperson was a caller to town served this week as a week of prayer and the hours are toot very long.

nation many important lessons, lust week. I This was not confined to the ladles Give best and kindest regardsto I'
my OF TODAY
do
that DRAMA
none more important than we Marcus and Norma Dckle spent the nor to the members of Missionary all my old friends, tell them I will

not need universal military trainingas week-end at their home at Five Mile. Society but to all, and the first pub.jlic return as soon as the war is over and

one of our permanent institutions.Our The friends of \Miss Wilma Parker; service was held on Monday after will tell them more than I could write. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 16th

It splendid young me with only a are glad to see her out again after nr loon at 3 o'clock at the Church. Write long letter and tell me -

... few months of training whaled the attack of influenza, and we are pleased Mrs. C. L. Peak and, Mrs. Emily the news me of old a Tarpon Springs. Pleasebe Don't fail to Ben Wilson in a most
in see
lifelong soldiers of Germany Whata ev I to see the other members of the family Philips had charge of this service. Sub sure to remember me In your prayers

ery battle they had with them. who have had influenza are rapidly [Thanksgiving to God for the he for I expect I need .them here in I

war-weary world wants is a league recovering.Rev. Toes of the world." The second service the army. With the best of wishes for wonderful picture

of nations that will prevent the need S. S. Proctor filled his regular vas held on Wednesday evening and you and yours, I am as ever a true I

of great trained armies. appointment at State Farm Sunday vas a patriotic service conducted by friend. "THE SPINDLE OF

and at Baldwin Sunday evening, returning I Irs Robert Weeks and \Mrs. James Curtis R. Shealey.
Der great German empire mit its home Monday morning. I itch. Subjejct What can we do ir LIFE"I

e army uf pleated boar kuzzlers didn't Little Walter Savage is sick this the present world crisis and our cause CHANGE OF SCIIEDULE OF I
last long when the real test came. week. "
for thanksgiving. The last public SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAYNew
We hope no American citizen will I Will Andrews spent Sunday night I ervlce; will be held thl.. Friday after- -I
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hereafter hold up the German as a superior 'and Monday with his family. loon at the church and will be conduct. time table effective 12:01 a. -- =, :

individual or hit dissipation asa I The Fair has been postponed to De ''d by Mrs J. W. White and Miss m., Sunday, November 3rd, 1918. r'--

virtue to be emulated by the young ''I ceniber 10th on account of the epidemic Olive) Ray. Subject "Vision and Occuiancy. Will arirve in Starke at- HORN
men of this country. The truth is that of influenza. ." Train No. Jacksonville to Tam. DON'T BLOW YOUR I II

the German government maintainedthe I !Mrs. Werts has purchased the cottage . 11:10 a. m. I
pa think
beer gardens that we have all of Mr. Groover north of the Far IN MEMORY OF FAY HAZAN ,Train Not 21-Jacksonville to Cedar until, :you are safe. Don't
heard so much about as a means of debauching mere & Dealers Bank.J. have your
Y safe until
5:05 m. you
\ Kay p. yourself
and controlling the under II Bolin visited his family here Sat In memory of little Fay Hazen,, Train No. 15-Jacksonville to Tam I insured against flre. Its

classes ant making them fit for such urday and Sunday. laughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ha. 2:27 m. property and very
I I pa : p. expected
damnable outrages as they committed Several Christmas packages wen zan, died Nov. 1, 1918. Train No. Jacksonville to Tampa, comes when least the
in Belgium and France. We do not I J packed at the Club Room Monday and ittle Fay has gone to rest 11:25 m. often the calamity happens to

need any German customs in this coun Tuesday. To reign with God forever blest Train p.No: 2-Tampa to Jacksonville, uninsured. Carelessness is the roeson

try. I Jesse Dowling and wife visiting: Her little tongue will always pray 4:51: a. m. | for the Fire Insurance Policy

friends Monday. A Saviors' love redeeming grace. Train No. 4-Tampa to Jacksonville, neglected. Sometimes It:
r On account of the boll weevil infestation - being
I 2:58 m.Train U t ,
that
p.
l the average yield of cotton in BRADFORD Far' from a world of sin and strife, No. 20-Cedar Key to Jacksonville I allowed to lapse, and often '

f Bradford county for the present season She now enjoys a heavenly life. 9:23 a. m. time the policyholder is us

i is not above 100 pounds to the Bradford Nov. 15.-Miss Ruby Par .Vnd jojyous\ to praise, shout and sing, Train No. 16-Tampa to Jacksonville, caught napping. Insure with i

acre. If it sold at 25 cents a pound in I I rish was the guest of Miss Blanche And make the heavenly carrols ring. 5:54 p. m. now and :you will feel on the raft
k the seed it would not pay under such Andreu Sunday afternoon. Wannee Branch

conditions. Our farmers should uqe N. Williams and family attendee I "ouM 1 we but hear her little tongueSo No. 101-Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. side.

good judgment and give up cotton I church here Sunday. sweetly sing the heavenly songs,. No. 104-Arrives Starke 2:15 p. m.
growing for the present. The demand Rev and Mrs. B. C. Scarboroughwere I 'ould\ we but see' her smiling face .

for all kinds of food crops will he guests of C. H. Newsom Sunday Delighted with the happy place. STUDENTS MAY ENTER STUDENTS -. JOS. E.WILSON

strong. for several years! to come all> night.G. 'Ve' could not wish her back again ARMY UNIT :

our people should help to answer thus :I B. Colson passed through here Say. dear Fay, with God remain. I

demand. Hog raising' is the industry ,I Sunday enroute to Worthington. To Superintendents and High School FLORIDAr.t'

that now offers our farmer the brit> I Drew Dukes was a visitor here on Ve'll try to gain that peaceful shore Principals of Florida. STARKE

opportunity for money making. Why Thursday. Where those who meet shall part Gentlemen:

f they hesitate about embarking heavily I Miss Geneva Harrell was a visitor no more. An order from the War Department ..

t in this work is a puzzle. to Brooker Saturday. A FRIEND. under date of October 30th to all eel _

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t.RADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE FIVB

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15, 1918. -
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OF THANKS a pretty bad physical condition. Whilewe addressed the school, after which Prof.Dowling asked to C.; C. Notter, P. O. Box ;15, ? ,
CARD
extend to all our heartfelt appreciation announced that on accountof I Jacksonville, Fla. 10-25-6t }

and I have planned when we would especially mentionMr. the allied victory and the close of
Mr. Barr
to visit the dear J. E. Clemons for his close attention the war being proclaimed the school WANTED-Pecans, pay highest mar- l

Bits of LocalInformation he friends fully who recovers have been so kind to us and untiring efforts in our behalf, would l observe the day as a holiday.In ket price. Bring or send samples andI
our appreciation also to Rev. Blanton, the Free Will the afternoon thirty children under will m endeavor to
and express
the acts of kindness we Baptist minister for a liberal collection the direction of Mrs. J. C. Poppell wright, Starke. 111tf. 1r
for many his church. We formed joyous parade and marchedup .
taken for
the five up us at a - -
received during past
: have would also state that we have lived and down the principal streets FOR SALE OR RENT-8 room house,

0 I ", i weeks. and family could have among the people for the past eighteen ringing bells and beating tin pans. The screcneil-in sleeping porch, good '

c--M.I 0.. 'P....... ..011..1 rfrrrw. No pastor I I years and have never known them to procession was led by Laurie Tomlin- I'I barn and poultry houses; good well
b aa. c:._.. ..4 T_ been treated more kindly. mounted Shetland and ,
,
We love the dear people of Starke fail to respond promptly to objects of Bon, on a pony I water and pump; 6 acres of good: N
charity or any charitable causes what- I followed by Annie Long costumed an land; just outside of city limits. Will f
,.L.. more and more. I I Praying that the richest bless Miss Liberty, Paul Knight dressed in for "
L. -- --- .. -- second in ever. sell for $1,200 or rent $8 per
; 6 We closing our year
Itt < Hull's.The Starke are and how sweet and pleasant : ings of God may rest and abide with I red, white and blue, A. E. Wall Jr., in month. Mrs. Mack Johns Box 22:1: ;
Go to Stump's Sale Fresh groceries the associations have been. you all, I am your sincere friend I I the uniform of the navy, Florence An- Sturke Fla. 118tf.
drews Indian Rosa Leviton, I
CHAS. F. WILSON. as an ,
friends of Rev. T. L. Z. So many sent us food for our little I
many
Col. J. C. Poppell was a business Barr will be delighted to know that boys and delicacies for the sick ones. Brooker, Nov. 12 1918. Fanny Durby Frances Colley, Ruth I STRAYED-One dark brindle cow a
and Isla Poppell dressed as clowns
[visitor to Gainesville Monday. he has sufficiently recovered to be out We have tried to remember each one I in dark brown heifer yearling one red,
Davis dressed entirely
--- and that he will occupy the pulpit at! and around our family altar we have Look at those Men's Suits at Ruby III\A'S'I and I frosty cow and one white male year-
Eunice Ruth Sternberg
Perkins
u E. M. Johns, of Jacksonville spent the Methodist church next Sunday. i iI asked God to bless you. We thank all Stump's and Save Money.U. Elizabeth Andrews representing II ling with red head, branded W. A.

JI SundRY in Starke with homefolks. I who thought of us and phoned to Inquire witches, and the following\ other on the right' hip, marked crop half ,

One of the largest displays of mil- from time to time. U.I C. MEET WITH MRS. WILSONThe Americans the parade: crop in the left car, crop split upper
J. F. Scott, of Jacksonville, was the linery ever shown in Starke. Knight's The kindness of Dr. Middleton and completing EU-I and under-bit in the right ear; also
Matthews David Mitchell
T. Ritch. ,
ot Mr. N. gene
.a |week-end guest Millinery. Call and inspect the line. Dr. Scott will never be forgotten and W. T. Weeks Chapter United my Sternberg!, Hugh Brownlee, Ben ,f one dark sutty BOW marked swallow
' -- Bro. Fred Scott who came to us duringthe Daughters of the Confedracy met the Jones Cunovn fork upper and under-bit in each ,l,
Elise Mary
Sternberg, ,
'Irz Special Sale on Boys' Suitsat E. E. Canova has bought the mercantile night with medicine.We first Wednesday in November, at the Carlyle Ritch, Harriet Hitch, Allan ear. I will pay a reasonable reward t 'I .'

( Stump's. business of W. G. Brooks on thank Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Rhoden home of Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Long, Charles Lucian Kickhtor James I for information of tho whereabouts i E'

n I North Walnut street and will take Bro. Prescott, Prof and Mrs. Dow- The Vice-President, MVs. A. V. Long, Richard Wainwright: Edna, Pearl and of this stock. C. O. Carroll ? .

Mesdames R. A. Weeks and T. J. charge next Monday morning. Mr. ling for their loving assistance. presided over the meeting and officersfor Dora Manning, Leila D. Andrews, Dukes, Fla." 11-15-tf. 4

|Griffin( spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. j' Brooks has not yet decided on his When four of were so ill, Mrs. Calhoun the coming year were elected as Louise Stewart Betty McLain, Hazel I ..,
I' t
I, plans for the future, but will probably whom we had just met, came to follows: Adkins, Miriam Ortagus Madeline and -it;!!
r I !Mrs.\ T. J. Griffin and daughter, Mrs. remain a citizen of Starke. us on Sunday morning and we cannot President Mrs. L. A. Davis. Annie Laurie Massey, Virginia Weeks I !

4 IE. M. Johns, spent Monday in Jack- I find words to express our love and Vice-President, Mrs. A. V. Long. and Julian Cnnovu.CLASSIFIED. J

sonvillp. I See all colors of Serge atStump's. appreciation to her. Our children, as Secretary, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. COTTONWHILE :
well as all the family call her "lovely Treasurer Mrs. W. L. Wall. ,t
t !Messrs.\ N. T. Ritch and Will Alvarez __ lady", and indeed she has been lovelyto Historian Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. I '
were visitors to Jacksonville on us. She spent many days and nightsin The retiring president gave her annual I ':
i! Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow and HOLDING : \
a | Wednesday. our home, tenderly ministering to report( as follows: i
s 1 daughter: Miss Carrie, have returnedto the sick and preparing meals for the The first work taken up by our Chap- .
before Starke after spending the summer little who were well. Her annual in No- INSURE WITH. .
See Stump's Shoes two boys, ter after the meeting FOR SALE-700 bushels of ear corn : :
with relatives at North Branch Mich., ,
sweet gentle ways have endeared her vember was to send a large Christmas ,
11v | buying. at the at $1.50 bushel; will sell any part.B. y f. "
have set housekeeping
I I W.and M. Turner up cottage. They were ac- to the parsonage family. box of good things to eat to the OldSoldiers' . D. Andrews, Raiford. 10-25-41. J. R Davis & Co. ;
We would not fail to thank any who Home in Jacksonville.Our I
Messrs. E. R. Poppell and A. C. Mrs. Elizabeth ,
home :
by
s ,, companied have been kind to us. If we fail to budget' system, general and per, STARKE FLORIDA'I
i Crews were business visitors to Rai- 'Grace Ford who will spend the winter FOR SALE-10 gilts 4 brood BOWS, "
following
in the
a \41
mention their names capita dues have all been promptlypaid
I ford Monday. here. Durou strain. (;co. A. Gardiner. !
.. list it is because we were so busy we to the state treasurer. I 1115tf.
t did not know when they came or sent. Two public meetings! have bren arranged .
of Gainesville recently
Miss Ottie Gray, cakes and bread. Hull's.
Rolls
pies
7 visited Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. M. M. Fryer our neighbor and carried out namely: Exercises 'J t.:
sent nourishment for the sick. Mrs. on Lee's birthday and Memorial POLAND CHINA male; 13 months COFFINS CASKETS i
other friends.Mr. W. E. Wainright, who left Starke a Sistrunk and Futch sent dinner and Day, after which the graves of the I old; weight 400 pounds.. For serf And a full line of

d and Mrs. W. II. Graham and the short government time ago to, is enter stationed the employ at Chick-of nlso helped with sent sewing.breakfast Mr. and and !Mrs.din- Confederate dead at Crosby cemetery I vice.118.4t.FOR J.. P. Roberts Graham, FIn. Undertakers' Supplies ;ft, .
Carl Knight ilprornted.
i Mrs. J. M. Alvarez went up to Jacksonville Ala. where he is assistant receiving were fl
Heard
Automobile
Friday. I lasaw ner. :Mrs. James Ritch !Mrs. T. J. Griffin Three' times during the yoar the vet- ..
d i clerk at the shipyards. The Mrs. Robert Weeks MM. Grover I erans of J. 1. Dicklxon Camp have SALE-30 acres of land, good Always on hand. The bent ser-
is
h of Ladies' Hats ship building plant at Chickasaw D.a Sweat, Mrs. Paul Canova, Mrs. A. Z. been 1 entertained .at a complimentary house and all new outbuildings;; vice at the lowest priced. Special }r ,
line
Swell large one, employing 4,000 men.
Adkins Mrs. Stewart, MM. Emily fodder hay tools and ordersRegistered E !
of is linonr. corn, farming attention to telegraph ,
K. Wainright, formerly Starke
just arrived at Stump's.Capt. the Philips Mrs. Freeman Mrs. Arthur I I Eighteen: comfort kits were made strawberry patch One and one- .--
at plant.
an engineer Williams, Mr. Milton Jordan Dro. Ad- land presented to the Red Cross, ; box fourth miles! west of Lawtey. At a { Embalmer a J
7G S. A. Bryan left Sunday nightfor ams of Hampton Mrs. O. J. Griffin I I of books sent to Camp Johnston; knitted bargain.: M. DiivU. ll-15-2t.[

Tampa on business connected with Millin-ery Mrs. Emma Richard Mrs. L. A. pav- articles' mode by Chapter members II D WITTC. ONES i'

i the Seaboard Air Line. I i ill, Mrs. Fred Scott, Mrs. I.imbaugh I ; amount donated, for hospital bed I WANTED-All kinds of pecan nuts Starke. Fla. ,

Mrs. J. W. White, Miss Olive Ray No. 1, in Neuelly France $9.75; givento ; for cash. Send samples and prices
Willie Canova of the U. S. Navy'I Si rk's Miss Nannie Howell, sent food and the Red Cross $(nO!( ; Liberty Bonds --. .
visited Sunday at he home of his uncle -'I J. C. Manning one of well things. I sold by Chapter members $5,050.

Mr. E. E. Canova. known merchants is at his home suffering Capt.; ; Bryan remembered us with Since the orgainzntion of the local ,

I from injuries sustained when a a gift of groceries. I, Red Cross, a number of U. D. c members
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Lewis, of horse kicked him on Thursday, No- May God bless them all. have worked faithfully at the Red

I Brooker were guests of Mr. and Mrs.B. vember 7th. Mr. Manning was visit- Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr. ; Cross headquarters. The Chapter purchased When You Come to JacksonvilleSEE
e M. Dowling Wednesday. ing at the home of his brother at Manning a $50! bond in the Fourth Lib r

Station in Baker county when the Remember-"Every day isl!, erty Loan, check for same being donated
and able
Cream'Colored accident occurred was not to
vards '
1,000 1 by Col. W. T. Weeks. One of our
. Outing at 20 cents per yard 'be brought home until Wednesday of Bargain Day at Stump's. i members acted as chairman of the National Most' Interesting I HfI l y.
the present week. lie suffered inter
,r.r on sale at Stump's Saturday I nal injury and appeared to be in a crit- [ HIGH TRIBUTE TO PEOPLEOF I I Woman's Liberty Loan Commit- Store In Florida p

morning. Not over 25 yards toa ical condition for several days but is PINE HILL AND DROOKER i tee for work.I Bradford. county and did excellent ,

customer.Mrs. now improving and will probably be I have promptly attended to all correspondence 45-49 W. Bay St. Thru the bloclTto 46;W. Forsyth I
e. I able to be out in a few days. Mr. Editor-Will you kindly grantus
1. in the columns of addressed to me as Chap >
A. Z. Adkins had as guests last space your paperto 'ter President. When unavoidably absent '
| and in Books
words of truth
Bread, cakes and pies at Hull's speak a few I Everything
McCollum and Mrs.
week Mrs. James from meetings, the Vice-Presi-
of the Pine
the
Store. praise of good: people
J. C. Adkins of Gainesville.Mr. Hill and Brooker sections of dear old dent Mrs. A. V. I.onl.has: ably con- Fiction, Books on Agriculture and otfier'pursuits by icliablc: I t;s

The drive which Bradford There is not more :ducted the business of the Chapter.
membership was county. a
and Mrs. John Ritch and Misi five dollar War Sav.l authors Toy Book Reference Travel etc.
started last week by the Woman's generous hearted or Christian spirited ,i The prize of a :, '
Effie Ritch of Sapp were week-end been offered to the*
ings Stamp has
found earth than those
Christian Temperance Union will continue people to be on Irk
guests of their uncle, N. T. Ritch.| through this week. Many new who live in these two sections. My High School pupils of the Starke Commercial and Fancy Stationery I'
'school 1 for the best essay on the subject ?
Tonic members have been added, and others pen is inadequate to the task I have .,
Dr. Powell's Chill and Fever "
have expressed their desire to enter undertaken when f attempt to express I "The South in Literature prizeto Fine and made in :
for Chills, Fever Grippe and Influenza be awarded next May at commencement Wedding Society Engraving our own exclusive
If from the love and friendship that 1 I
home
soon. you were away great ,111''
1
for sale only by Mitchell's Drug
or for any other reason the committee have for them and the many obliga- exercises. plant. Ask to see samples.
Store. Price 30c. failed to see you notify Mrs. F. A. tions that myself and family are un- I I Personally I desire to thank each '

Scott Mrs. J. F. Kickliter. der to them for their kindly ministrations and everyone of the officers and members -
0. A. Thrower Jr. has moved his or They cordial and Athletic Goods J 1'
of our Chapter for their Toys
family to Jacksonville for a few will ge blad to come for your mem- to us during our recent attack .
I bership dues. We are planning for of influenza when we were all down in co-oporation with me throughout: the
month he has at
h Camp !Johnston., as employment these new members a reception to give: bed with the much dreaded scourge. past year, and trust that they have A Toy Shop open the year round Supplies for all your favorite '

I them a royal welcome into our"organ In fact we have been a constant care been "to my faults! a little" blind ami,l sports and pastimes. I t

ization. Don't you want to be one of on the hands of these good people for to my virtues ever kind. 1 t
Men's and
Sale
Special on '
them. We are expecting to adopt a i the past two years as we have suffered Respectfully submitted
Boys' Shoes at Stump's Satur- French war orphan, and specialize on a line of casualties from blood poison 'I CARRIE AMELIA RAY, THERMOS BOTTLES A necessity in all seasons I

: child welfare this year..besides our then appendicitis then erysipeln President. '
FLASH LIGHTS Useful everywhere and safe '
day.Mr. |, regular line of work. and was just recovering from an abscess ---e ,

and Mrs. W. M. Overstreet, Mrs. I in the stomach when stricken !SCHOOL CHILDREN; CELEBRATE PICTURES. Picture Framing. Artists Goods f .

Belle Ambrose and Mr. L. A. Rawls,, MRS. McCOLLUM ADDRESSES IIIK with influenza which has placed us in PEACE ,

of Lake Butler, motored over to Starke CIVIC CLUB Practical GIFTS for all occasions I Monday on business. I ;i November the llth the day of rejoicing -

The School and Civic Club met last over world-wide peace will KODAKS. PhotoFinishing: of the better sort f 1

B. M. Dowling tax collector will\ week on Thursday afternoon at the never be forgotten by the children and '

resume his work in the collector's of- | home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins to listen young people of the Bradford County Mail inquiries receive prompt attention '

lice Monday, after an absence of seven to an address by Mrs. James McCol- High: School.At t t'
weeks caused by sickness.Dr. I i turn second vice-president of this. dis. Why the morning exercises W. O.

| trict for the Florida Federation of Manning Y. M. C. A. field worker, 2I

Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic j Women's Clubs. Mrs. McCollum is a Suffer? ... .
for Chills Fever Grippe and Influenza -i very pleasing speaker and her audi- / I .

for sale only by Mitchell's Drug ence listened with much interest as
/ Mrs. ]. A. Cox, cfAlderson ) -
Store. price 30c. she outlined the work the Women's. W. Va., writes:

Clubs are now taking up specially "My daughter . suffered
-
*
Mrs. Roman Andrews and children child welfare and soldiers'
furlough
Louise Lassiter and Frieda, have returned homes in France.It tcrrl ly. She could III When Your Pocket
not turn In bed . the
from several weeks' visit at the I was decided that the local club ; .
home of Mrs. Andrews' father, In would meet hereafter at the Red Cross doctors gave her up, and .
Gainesville. I we brought her home to
I headquarters and as soon as the business i-
was disposed of the members die. She had suffered so

I Very Special Price on Men's I.would join in sewing for Bradford much at. . time. Having Is Your Bank

Hea'y Winter Top Shirts at county's allotment of garments for the heard of"CarduI, we __
hospitals in France. got It for her.
Stump's.After e

I Stump's Store is loaded with
spending several weeks at the

I II I home May of her Fripp uncle returned Mr. L. C.Friday PowellMiss to. Bargains. CARDUI I Your money doesn't last long. It just slips awaya 4''

i Live Oak to resume her duties in the EPISCOPAL litttle at a lime until there is nothing left and ; ) i

school at that place.Dr. Morning Even prayer and sermon, 11:00.: then'you wonder where it went.
song and address 4 p. m.

1 J. C. Wills has spent the past t Sunday school, 10 a. m. The Y/oraan'/ Tonic /

two weeks in Dallas Texas, where he M. M. FRYER, It is safe when it is deposited in I
went in his.. Minister.
answer to a wire from
brother, whose family were recently I Ia ir e "111 few days, sue began this bank and is here when you
to improve Mrs.
i very serious automobile accident. Special Sale on Children's Cox Continues, 'and had need it. Don't you think that

Underwear at Stump's.PRESBYTERIAN. no trouble at. . Cardul; "
would be the better
t take subscriptions to all the lead' cured her, and we sin* way?
tag! magazines! and newspapers. You I'I Its praises everywhere."
we receive
thou-
cannot find a more appropriate Christ." sand many
of similar letters
mAl !gift for a friend than a subscrip.' The usual, services next Sunday. At telling of t:ewoOCCN BANK OF STARKEState
tion to some good magazine. Sub'I the morning worship the pastor will : ohasdoIron
jcriptions taken for the Red Book speak on the subject "Lfssons From
MIM Nannie Ho well. the Kaiser," and at night on "The complaints: so common to
I King After God's Own Heart. the sex. It should doyoudugood County and City Depository
1. too. Try i
Knit Sweaters and Caps-'1 Evening service at 7 o'clock. A cor-
the kind diel Invitation to all. STARKE FLA.
the babies cry for al t C. II. ABERNATHY ,

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH; STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY NOVEMBER I 15 '918.

raGE: SIA ,. I.

Mrs. Doss Starling, of Cootcr Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain's and from headache and .1 1 .
:\11'. and
I Tablets. feeling due to indigent, "Ir'JI4
Pond, spent Thursday and Friday for the good I have liver. Chamberlain's '! otlll4I
"I am thankful :
. tii The 'here with relatives. the week : received by using Chamberlain's\ Tablets I| these disorders in a ''1e4I'
I News Notes Of County I I Percy Jones and wife spent I In4
:' ''end at LaCrosse with friends and rill About two years ago when I began l two bl- 1tI

i I atives. taking them I was suffering a health has been gi'

I Mr. Kendrick, of Starke, was here I eating I! M. P. llarwood. Aul.) In
.1 deal from distress after ,
I':- M-c-tion wi-re in Snpp Fri P. M. Nealus out hunting Saturday great \
tlKilll.M: II I iigrieii r : I Tuedaay on business I
night and in cutting a tree down I
dq. N. 1>. Jones and son, Rufus, and
John:' Hitch nuMil wtoios operator utSiipp it ludgi-d ug f'.i't"' ''iii'lnii'cotninincvil ' t wife business visitors to Starke H
Highland\ N'1" : 1 K' hI fool t wore i. ,. ./ 11,1!, i
,
Several ofv' :: wns a business! visitor to KaifordMituid.iy. I titling lo tingiound, bruising ", ,
J' -
iti: I"n. Saturday.Mr. "R
in our" -< .
,
,
LId, : ; rather bad. and I .i' .. .I iwt ;.( 1
ingrindim'\ und Mrs J. II. Surrency "
faiiiu-r- :
our iii-arliy Jiihn lleniy drill; has been on then W. :M.' Brown and T. H. Triest hustarted \ < & r : =- ;:
children Sundt'y in Brooker with .. '
: week. grinding ra-n', this week. spent !T.- 1 .. -. ;
I h list for several days. '
1 II. C. Wiml>l'rly was i n business \ of influenzalust K.: II. Urown: nindiu business tri ) :Mrs. R. T. Osteen. :':.: -.-- ::: ; ',1\\
died i '
Will'iim Padgett '
tI itor to Slink ;Munriiiy.Urn. widow and to StuikcSaturday.. Mrs. Ben Wilder spent Sunday in .' :; j" \ { T'-.
,
and Levy, week. He leaves a fir '!,...Mwith relatives. ,
son I
Ft S. J. :'tm ling a 't"' r '
) Mrs. S. B. Woodard spent Tuesdaj P .\I
.
several children.Mrs. iI' .
attending to business in StnrkoThursday. Mrs. Maggie Strickland is visiting :, 'Z"F., '
i were !Manning is in a very critical night at Starke with Mr. and Mrs I D l 1'11"
I D. Woodard, and while there attendee i relatives and friends here this week. y '.,, FCar
,it Mr. rid Mrq..i. A. Starling, of 4uckaonvillf condition at this time. i Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills und baby tvixre ( 'tsI.
Lake Butler was the cane grinding.:
i are visiting Mr. and !Mm. S. I Arch Proctor, of .-.- spent Sunday here, guests of !Mr. and
in Sapp Saturday I. F
J, Starling. I Mrs. E. T. Stewart.
I is confined to hill room on RAIFORD :\.
B. Smith
and Miss the
MTK. II. C. Wimherley J. N. Byrd, of Tampa, spent (1 (
his foot. r\ lll
visitors in account of an injury to with his Mr. C ''
Ethel; Kirks were business W. tiriflis; > ill having some repairs Ruiford, Nov. 15.-B. I L Taylor, ol r week-end here parents 2. E '
pNt Jacksonville Wednemlay.K. and Mrs. D. J. Byrd. .
Jacksonville I in
his residence. was a visitor here or I
mnde on
:, ,k :. WilkiiiHon, of Jacksonville, spent .- business Friday. School opened up here again :Monday fuel r

t x Sunday with hm family.f LONG i IIRIDGK\ Mr. and Mrs. Ceo Jacobs made a r morning with a good attendance. l low t
Bradford county Hchool opened here 'I' Dan Thomas, of near Brooker, was i if a SJT-
to Luke
f trip over City Sunday, returning I
I C Monday morning with i n very (food attendance Nov. 15. Herman Monday.Miss hero Saturday visiting friends. and ,
-
Bridge,
of scholars. Miss Mercer, ofHawthorn Long John Starling, of Cooler Pond, is dur.i
t l business Jacksonville : Perla Whitten the weekend
Johnson made trip to spent
4.
a here visiting his daughter 1 Mrs. EdJPurrish. ) Light cat,
/ *-, H principal. her
Saturday.Mrs. here with parents. .1 Subsi..i ,
I{ ; I F. M. Crews was attending to business Nancy Brook, of !Miller, is visiting Mr. John Green, who lives near here Assured Fool 4pt >
in Sturke Saturday. ji i 1 :Mr. Padgett, of near Brooker, was Ouality 5.
' 1 relatives here. died last week, leaving a wife nnr Gun bmiclCylinder i
It i I 1) \V. IK-nnttt, of Jacksonville, was> Jay and Dec Henderson, of Kaiford, three small children.W. 'a business visitor here Monday.

tit'i.i. a business visitor here :Monday. were visiting friends here Sunday.We L Roberts, of Jacksonville\ mada ., Mrs. George Stone and Miss Florence bore.
Walker visited friends at Hampton 6. Leak
4 : '.1 CLAY HIM. are glad to report) that !Mr. J. E. trip home Monday. Friday. Fairbanks-Morse standards Con; .,.
I, Adkins has recovered from the flu. Miss Mattio Lattimer who has beer I by Jn
Mr. and, Mrs. Edd Parrish and children 7. ,
\ ; I Mrs W. M. Thomas visited her parents spending the full here with her uncle,,' I throughout this famous "Z" cw11h; i'
.
. Tho weather In
' i Clay )Hill( Nov. 15.- Miller Thursday.Joe W. M. Whitten, returned to her homein visited relatives at Sampson City

I ;Ir : \? seems like that winter will soon be at Moody was very sick last week, Hazelhurst, Ga., Friday. I, Sunday. Engine, for which 150,000 8. Mo: ;!I :u n
,1
I yt h"ri'. The farmers of this section aregetting he is better The Y. M. C. A. lecturer ol Mr. Roy Knlch and Misses Vinnie Kl' '
that
; but we arts glad to know Wachs farmers have paid : IVIM t
practical
! ready for cane grinding und at this time. Camp Johnston, lectured here Sunday; | Lane, Ethel and :Mabel Byrd motored 3 and11; p

f v potato digging. Miss Gretti.s Thomas and brother, evening and Monday afternoon.Mr. over to the orange grove at Earleton $10,000,000.
' J>r.V.. M. Hudson, of Jacksonville, Sunday. Use Krrwene
" tl /Denzil, of Miller, returned home Sun and !Mrs J. II. 'Denmark are
Saturday night and Sunday; with Mrs. Frank Till is, of Brooker, spent -Also rtisti ji
't spent day, after a few days' visit at the moving to Jacksonville\ this week. We Service was proved b e.loreCool ,
( his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hudwon. last week here with her aunt, Mrs nur ..
h I home of their sister, Mrs. W. M. regret very much having these young .d'r n
i Thomas. folks leave us. Ishum Odiren. all this money was pm ts H. P L
1 t K.; II. Carter and son, Henry, made Marvin Odgcn made a business tripto saw meoult
I f Jacksonville Tues Our school has opened) again, after Rev. E. C. Wells being unable to fill Starke doubly convincing record.
a business trip to his here Monday.Mr. The 3 rrv4. You
being closed for four weeks on accountof appointment at the Baptist
and !Mrs. Price visiting Get From L''
r1 day. Murphy are >
the influenza epidemic. church Sunday, Prof. Barnes filled the .
business visitor the former's Mr. and We..hive.s. ht
y L. Starling: was u parents
':
Mrs W. !M. Thomas entertained the 'Pulpit for him. type i"
!Mrs. II. F. Price, this week. ,
needs
to Starke Thursday.H. lr t
young folks at her home Friday nightin Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Andrews with waning r,
ly n. Padgett and little son Clyde, honor of her sister, Miss Gretits their mother, !Mrs. J. P. White, spentSunday -- Lumber & Supply Co. We arc p d
i sectionSunday
Hill HAMPTON(
the
Clay Quigley to
passed through! Rive promt\
Thomas, of Miller. It wan greatly enjoyed at Worthington Springs. livery and'pr
is ' } ; morning. by those present. G. C. Sapp made a trip to Jacksonville service
a' Messrs. II. S. and C. II. Starling, accompanied -----.- -- Sunday. Hampton, Nov. 15.-The patriotic STARKE, FLA.
+ l"y It. I 1) Carter, of Black address in the interest of the War
j jTheress.i Charlie
i'II EU: ES4.I Cameron, of Jacksonville,
' motored to Starke Saturday Work Campaign Sunday afternoon by '
,t (Creek over was a visitor to Raiford Sunday. ''-:. .. < :, : ,..v..'. '" .. : 1tt\f! :' ""if 1r
R. C.
well attended
H afternoon.It. Penny was and
Nov. 15.-Mr. and Mrs. I Col. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake Butler -
/I', t'I II\ IIuiNon was transacting> business thoroughly appreciated.!
J. :'1. Itiillips left one day this week. was in town :Monday on business.
in Jacksonville during the pastY { A. A. Futch spent the week-end in
for Miami where they will spend the
,' week.Fllis. I Leesburg, the guest:( of his brother
GRAHAM
j : I
: Starling spent Saturday night winter. Col, T. G. Futch. McCALLWINTER II
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore were visitors -
111 ,1 with his uncle and aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. to Sturke Friday. j Graham, Nov. 15.-R. W. Surrencywas School reopened Monday with a fair '

i I'.. It. of Black Creek. attendance
r Carter :Messrs. Hen Hall and Henry Wood- a business visitor to Starke Mon- FASHIONS'
T. VV. Wilkinson and Barney Lang day. The usual Sunday school services : 7
; ,;
Satur-
aril visitors to Hampton
( q11 were among/ the visitors, to Starke lift day. were i ;\1 rs. George Stone made u business will lie held at all the churches next I
4 t Friday. trip to Jacksonville : Sunday, ns: the epidemic of influenzahas w.- .t ,{.. If titamine
of Starke Monday. .J( you
: Tillift a day i
Klijuh spent \
.
1 11\ I II. Carter spent Sunday with his apparently passed. I '',-r,
'I ii Miss Florence Walker > ,
or two here lust week, guest of relalives. motored over ...". : ;. .I.I. the ti4 n
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grandparent in the Clay Hill section. Cleveland Sullivan of Theressa, wasn t' _
I to Hampton Monday. _1... P
I /
I Messrs. Wilbur Parrish and Darling business visitor here Tuesday. .o.:.1... fT display I of l "i b .
I
) Carter passed through/ this section on !Miss Starke Daisy,' spent Moore the and week-end brother, Cecilof herewith Madison:Messrs.Thomas R. !t. Jones were, in W.Starke P. Byrd Tuesday an I A. McDonald! V. R. Prevail, Prof. &jI.t \1-i%' l'} .. .. JJ'L.}!l, :, Winter 11".il i

Saturday afternoon.Mr. R. A. Green and I A. J. Nimmo attendedthe
their parents, Mr. and :Mrs I D. W. on business. ) rl') frocks wart err'
,
r and Mrs. S. J. Starling; wereamong E. T. Stewart (left patriotic! rally held in Starke on \ I. \ ) \.i. I
:Moore.Mr. here Tuesday for : 'f ':ht '. J ;" ; ; .. lingerie evenilht'H, ,, j
> Thurs
the visitors to Staike Monday evening.A : 'Qs'f Jit
> Jacksonville, where he has t tl' :
.. Mrs. W. Cl. Seals, of Hampton accepted a 1
: and -
r f day. position.J. patriotic rally will he held in the .!f g."n}, ( '.. ':.M'olj l it; /. v fact, connected vW,

r :Misses! Edith and, Elite; Starling were Henry, were in Woodard our burg left Friday Sunday for II. Surrency made a business trip :Masonic Hall Friday, evening:, Nov. .1- 1-x.f t .K'1t7'.i ti I 'a,, ' the dainty Icmmim I!

visiting their grandparents, in this xec- to Stnrke l.r th. Addresses will be delivered byMr. y y I i
!'
(, t tion last week. Jacksonville where he expects to secure Wednesday : K. C. Penny and lion. :, r.I .-, \ 'r '';Ow. ) wardrobe vim s'In. !
Alfred '
Mrs. J. A. Starling, of Jacksonville, employment.The farmers of. this section are beginning was here Wednesday McKinney on of business.Monteocha, John Mullu.ly. Patriotic songs and a 7 fail f 1 h f''( ,:t(1li'?fl( .i.. ''(''' / 's\ miss a f fashion dsplaw', '

'! several days with Mr. and :Mrs. short entertainment by the dramatic '" '
spent J. A. J. of unequaled d.e"ht'll
McKinney, :
Sampson City i
.1fj.
1 to grind cane. club will add to the interest of the I ) lf..T1.II. II
S. J. Starling.Messrs. 1 \
was business
t+, : ,W. II. and L. M. Carter H.to S.Luke Roebuck Geneva was Saturday a business visitor Jasper a Brown visitor and sons here Henry Thursday.and evening. Plenty of comfortable seats 1\\ \ 1/1Jl// i \ ("" "'': '/ w{
I (
t this section Sunday for and admission free. : JJ1 '
] '
passed through everyone ,' f<
Arthur of \ I
S. It. Woodard 1, of Jacksonville, Sampson City, were here I It\\ .t .(!' J.-. : r '
The
demonstrations here Monday f
-nroute to Maxville. Thursday on business. peace : ""f ? ;/ I A a
week-end here with home- .
Misses Mn and Carrie Starling were spent the Mrs. evening were various and impres- \ ; /Y -"' '' 11i.t

visiting their sinter, Mrs. K. II. Carter. folks. ijMr. ,business Sparks Thursday., of Louise, was here on 'Ii".... Pro Khaki and "Mother"; were I I ", t ,1,. / -1\ f "",' .. f.'o '-Ji'..
\ 1lrs.Vilmot Brown were /'
.
and .
visitors to !Staiku Saturday ndvancedln ')', '
,. :Miss Maude Padgett was the guest "Mother; forgetting her ; / I
ij tiiike .
r ..v of :Misses Edith and Kflie: Starling': re visitor C. I II. here(I urn Sunday, county afternoon agent, was 1111.1gavl' M Messrs. Guilford Tuesday.; Weeks, R. R. Jones ", is said to have mounted a l box car, .v...,: .t' ?\ 'ateitut; CoN\ -,. \\J/\\ II for l 'm ('II/n.

Gently and and several of the children, were equal-i ..d Lsr "hili'/
I D.
J.
n talk to the boys and girls on Byrd made a business: trip to I I I/ : flow' 011, 'alt I
IA6gr I
:Miss Rflle Harris, our popular teacher Work Campaign Lukw Sutler( Friday. ly agile. I Ii' :; . t

I er, spent! Saturday night find Sunday the J.United W. flatten War of Jacksonville, is MIH. Laiulo Maines, of Louise was :Mrs. II. W. Grady, of Kissimmee '| '.u.am.... .. 'J r 8 C..t ,.,, ..e-Y /! .. : I
and Mrs. Randall theVomlln'R Christian
Mr.
with her parents representing
a visitor
pleasant here
here with relatives Friday
Harris, of Maxvillo spending n few days Temperance Union, spent SaturdaySunday |
I Mrs. Carrie Starling of Jacksonville and friends, recovering' from an Will Jones made u business trip to and Monday here in the interest Fla.
IM Hastings A .M. DARBY Starke
S was! the guest. of ;Mrs. David I.nng attack of the flu. Monday.Mrs. > of the work. Shr was enter1tained i iaQlll'jCjl

1 Friday afternoon.Martin Hcv.Iullally: of Hampton, delivered \ > George; Stone and granddaughter t.yr": VV. G.; Seals.

lp ; Carter and children, Clarence two very interesting sermons here I Florence Walker, were business

y t r arid :Miss\ Vctti, were visitors to at the Christian church Sunday.Mr. visitors to Sampson) City Wednesday. EVERGREENpjvorgreen II
Owsley i III now employed .. ..
.
: Hlunton .
-
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Mr. and ;\1"-. !avid Lang's Friday. I' llGrlRta.pit
in Jackson :! ;)rlt.JI1\C11Jmr.lr.DlfM1iICICfClg: : S tae Tltt C'Jf
y !Lent Kiml-nl.: of Maxville, ii over a at one of the shipyard: ,CALOMEL SALIVATESAND N'ov. 13.; -Horace Rosier I '

I case of the influenza and) back to his ville.Mrs. MAKES YOU SICK was a visitor to Raiford Saturday. I!

i duty carrying mail over his route. : '. S, It. \Voodard was a visitor I :Mcasrs..f. S. and, Schellie Rosier and I I TIRE !

Mrs. J. 11. Moseley\ was visiting her to Hampton Monday. C:. S. rims; were visitors to Lawtey SECOND

k1 i J parents Mr. and Mrs. K.: II. Carter, Miss Belle Humphrey and brother I Calomel is Quicksilver: and Acts Saturday. I

l I of the lllnrk Creek section. anti sister, of Brooklyn attended services Like Dynamite On :Mrs. Carl Moseley and, four children |

"I r. and :Mrs. Dennis Moseley' RpentSlItur.uy 11. here A. Green Sunday of night.Starke, was n Your Liver. of Lawtey, arc spending a few weeks i A new lot of seconds just received -

at the home of :Mr. and) Mrs. with relatives in our section. r.
t t visitor here Sunday night. !Misses' Doris, Dolorous and Ruby : Rear tires, plain, $16; non
F. Carter
II. the Hill dipt. l R. C. Ileiberger and children, Calomel loses you a day I You know Rosier were the guests of :Miss Ella skid, 1650.< Front tires, plain, IS
Among the visitors to t Clay church here
school Friday were :Mrs.\ Lillian Wilkinson of Brooklyn and attendee the guests of :Mr. I ,what"" calomel is. It's mercury; quick- Myrtle and Virgil Griflis Sunday. l[; $12; non-skid, $13.50.
Sunday: were ;lver. Calomel ;Messrs. Horace and Russell
Bryant
is
It
I> dangerous.
Mrs ]avid Lang, Mrs. Charity -
!
C A. Youngblood. t
and Mr.s. I STARKE VULCANIZING WORKSLHSOCraOQDClOXaeSQQSHlBSMS
crashes into sour bile like dynamite, Rosier were in this section Sun.lay.I1rYllnt '
L. W. Wilkinson
Starling :Mis.
Brooklyn -
:
at I
John Hall "pent Sunday '
Mrs. Carrie Starling, of Jacksonville, with friends ramping and sickening you. Calomel Redding was visiting hU \u c"gR'u !(, :! !:( :: ; ._ !cR.1'1F1"f*l
attacks the bones grandparents, Mr. and ;Mrs B. Wilkinson
Carrie The school. 1 is and should never be : -
Miss: Starling. : Harold Wall of Starke, was a visi- put into your system. Saturday
nicety.SPP. '
1 progressing .--- tor here Sunday afternoon When you feel bilious, sluggish, constipated Mr and ;Mrs. J. W. Griffls were at-

:( Mrs. 1 D. W. Moore was a visitor to ,, and all knocked out and believe tlnding to business In Lawtey Satur

Starke Sunday afternoon. ,,1 you need a dose of dangerous day. SEED POTATOESFor

Supp Nov. 15.-I-'.. I.. Wilkinson, a Ben Powell, of Jacksonville, spent ,I IIOp'nt calomel just remember that your druggist ".. E. Forsyth and John Rosier were
prominent farmer of Bradford) county Sunday night and :Monday herewith sells for 50 cents a large bottle' in Lawtey on business Saturday.J. Spring planting; December and January delivery;
homefolka. : :of Dodson'u Liver Tone which is Highest quality MAINE
doing) business in S.tpp Satur- en- grown
was W. Griffis and son, Pasco were
:Miss neatly Croft was a visitor to'I IStaike tirely vegetable and pleasant to take handle
\ duy. afternoon. I in Lawtey Monday. Write for prices, giving quantity desired. We
Sunday ,and is substitute for calomel.It .
Mr. Hurrell has put in a power rune :Mrs. Wanson, of Jacksonville, is visiting i' is guaranteed a perfect to start your liver H. F. Redding and sons, Ellery and Spauldlng No. 4 Rose, Irish Cobbler, Early Red Bliss Triumph

y mill R. at I D his irillls place., one of Bradford's lending at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs S. R. without stirring you up inside, and Horace, were attending to business InLawtl.y New Crop Turnip, Cabbage, Onion Seeds and Sets .

farmers, was attending to business Swindel. can not salivate. Saturday. We carry all the leading and standard varieties of Seed that have been tested

here Saturday. Little Ella Baylor spent Saturday Don't take calomel! It makes you Delbert Sapp returned home Monday and known to be best adapted to our soil and climate
J 'anti Sunday at Brooklyn with relatives work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens from Green Cove Springs, where he
of the
Laura ad 1 Rachel Wilkinson II. D. :May was in Hampton Monday' you right up and you feel great. has been visiting relatives. Latest Crop Seed Oats, Seed Rye, Seed Wheat, Rape, ,.

morning. I Give it to the children because it Arthur Starling was visiting his sis- Vetch, Barley, English Peas, Beans, Etc.

J. V. Jones of Hampton, was a visitor it perfectly harmless and does notgripe. ter, Mrs. W. W. Forsyth, of Elarbee, Our Descriptive Catalogue FREE upon Request

here Sunday night (10-*H) Tuesday. BLUE RIBBON: lAYING HASH MAKES YOUR' HENS LAY

H Mrs:\ John Phillips and :Mrs. I{. M. ITALIAN RYE FOR LAWNSII. I
The Withstand the Heat ol
,<1 King were visitors to Hampton Satur Strong II. G. HARDING: & CO.

i Summer Better Than the Weak Byron Ga., Apr. 11, 191!)
af lr day.Mrs.. W.I Itrown has returned to1 I old i<4>,,,,|. whn are feeble and younger people Old Kentucky Mfg. Co., ::1.-- ". '.; ...,' 1off..oiiI -i. .
,
'who end nnblnl, :1T.i : .t ., 'IJ"
r nwfiik will be strengthened togo Paducah Ky. : c.-' ,
i 1I her homo" fi..m :Starke: where she has tiro, 'i.li depressing heat of lumincr by tak- ,"' .J> ..?\ ,- ,.....- r- t-
YY been for tl-, i'i-t week or two under 111111.1' ,l' TAsrEI.F.h3cMIITONir: It iiurlHc Gentlemen : ,' ..' .1.f r'I', f II' y IIM .sa ....
1 cure of plijuiir"e' are glad toimport ndtur ',, s the Mood! ami bulldnupt'i', lioloeys- I hud cholera in my herd of hoes re're'ly i; 1 ii .... '
.
.. ; !
'em 1 nii mwn feel Sltonilthctiiiii. luvlno' anti begun 'ceding the B. A.. I. : -
'
6t that ,h. s s-'t'Ing; along asw'll : "' ;;; ,
I ; I arb''IL' i < loWE : ; -4,1. '
Thorn.' Hog ChoVra! Cure and st >ppcd I"I! I .
< ns could be vxpivti d. ; : i'S'! ., -
-- A : : <
.-lt< 'IJ. l l',-ing my bog''a at once. I was i _... '" IJ.-.. ,'t..i. ,
1 :Mrs. II. E.: :Mo irer and children! : IlI/Y; OLD TALSU TEETH . '6 "" .
to from four to live each night nn- ." '
"injr : : :
I- !J. returned to J 'e pap' : $'l: to $33 per ( the of this preparation. .:' : :.. 4
til I use ESrttL013 .
/ ;; : Mr.! Mocrer:\ Is employed' in one of the began ) t r r jIC.fItI1f I" ,.. . ''
ken or hot). Wo also pay actual value I raise about 200 head of hogs eaoh'; WRITE iO; Ct."LOG a f ED J,;1:... t '. -
1 Iipynrds![ : in that city. for diamonds, oW gold silver bridge without 4 '
to be
-- ---.. year anti never expect : \/Ei'.Y: ;! r.H'f.: IT MOUE J? rt"IW" . ; _

At State Farm, thoroughbredCoach The Quinine Thai Docs) Not Affect The \Head work. Send at once by parcel post and your remedy.Yours '._' I!...... .." ._...- ':'t., ".1- )
receive cash by return mail. Mazer'sTooth very truly : ; ::
IWnuw ft 'Its tunic end tnnnilve I.AXA.KKOMO r
Stallion, services guar- 7116 QUM\e: (lTalMPi t can to tmcn I Specialty, Dept. X, 2007 So. 6th. II. G. HARDISOX: &: CO. : ; : !

Il anteed. $10.00 in advance. la by tluluu.l anyone.wlrhmtt"E: W.IJ\Ut.I.\jIn'lluruuu;rituslnit: ncrvnuiuimiinr\ bui riniiin. .We. St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold in Starke by R. S. Jones.-Adv.





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Somebody's Dollars Will Do It- (Veep'

Wonder I if They'll Be YoursBy i\\



Brice Barton ijI jI

WILL tell you what will happen some
I night this winter in France. Some
night when its cold and dark. There
will be a rustling through the front line
trench, where our boys stand guard. Anda
heavy ladened Secretary will make

his way along. t
In his hands will be great steaming L Ly
nets : in his pocket chocolate and ciga- l


rettes.From one man to.another he will go, l' ih3;)

passing! a cup full of hot coffee to hands 1'41m1' y
that tremble with the cold ; bringing the
comfort of a bit of sweet and a snu>ke.

,h Men will hail him cheerily, slapping .
/ j him on the back ; and when he has gone
R things will be a little easier in that trench

because he has passed that way.

How much will it cost to make that

trip, do you suppose? Counting the
pittance that the Secretary is paid, and
the cost of the chocolate and the cigarettes

and all?

Five dollars Twenty-five dollars

I do not know.

But whether it is five dollars or i !1
twenty-five, I'd like to think that it is ''L ,,

my five or twenty-five-wouldn't you? # h J
That some night when it's cold and lonesome -

my money and your might send a for their .
Secretary out fclong that frontlinetrench.Let's been fighting
make up our minds that we are They've .
going to pay for a score of those trips.A .
score of the nights this winter shall be

our nights
-nights when the boys greet joyously .
the chocolate and cigarettes that 19 14 I

our money provided ; and are happier Homes since
because our representative has pall ed.

4''
who wear horizon bluo, those bronzed !
men
gallant i
their fifth winter of this war ,
THOSE who are entering upon ,
j
United War WorkCampaign For the Days in arc tho men who know the sheer luxury of a cup ; I Pi PiM

the Service of bread, a stove to sit by, and a word of cheer.Think .
- --- of hot soup,a piece Tri

SERVICE THAT VANS'\ MEnOY MUNITIONS I of a nation where every able-bodied man of less than
Think i '
and
more. ti
for four long years
,
has been under arms
THE SOLDIER HEARTFred f NEEDED IN TRENCHES I fifty i ;1,


of a nation which has suffered as has France. Then you will 41

Lockley, Y. M. C. A., Tells of Lieut. Coningsby Dawson, Fighting know what. the huts are meaning to the French, and what the F:,. y

the Gratitude of the Boysat Author, Makes Stirring j I Why you should give huts are meaning to our fighters over there.

the Front. Appeal for Y. W. C. A.

twice as much as you It was requested by the Government of France, officially armies'f''

"One of the illsroverles mm are Lleut. Conlnjfshj Diiwson, who wrote ever gave before! that American maintenance of morale be extended to the
ol "Carry On," rasa of the war work '
Fred Lockley
making over here which the Y. W. C. A. I. doing: "Youat of the French. Cheerfully it was undertaken, in simple justice
tbe Y M. C. A, and of Portland, Oregon home cannot fight with your Urea, | rrIlK need ia for a sum 1Q% greater
writes from London "!. thai. but you can fight with your mercy i than any gift war asked for vine for our splendid debt of gratitude.
more pleasure ran be had out of giving 0. A. I Is Just baa I
The Y. W. offering you Tb Government
than getting. Many a man who this chance. It garrisons tbe women's I the fixed war this began.sum at $170,300,000. And so you see these huts today, hundreds of them; where ,
In the old days I
freely
bus themell'
spent money support trenches, which lie behind hand
U finding that be get .. Americans stand side by side, holding out a
to buy pleasure .. It a ks you to supply them By giving to these MVn organizations French and ...

more of pleasure one's self over In I lie here service by the of others spendIng with may be munition passed, on or to mercy UII.Ve that need they I I aQ at once, the cost and effort of six of friendship to th.e war-worn, grizzled I men whose fighting spirit l!

'A fi,w mouths ago I went out with inch supplies. badly live generously I additional campaign U saved to our Yanks. Foyer du Soldat they call I
a fellow Y. M.: C. A. secretary to hunt I that we may the sooner defeat the is an inspiration
op iut-of-the-way delaciitueuta oltrunps Uun. Unless Americans do gin twice as hearth of the soldier-the nearest approach home up-
and the hut-
A stnhle guard here a ilia'"hltl' What Ul<*ut. Pnwfion says of the Y. much aa ever before, our soldiers
fun coinpuny there a plutoon W. C. A. he might hn\"<' mild of all the |I sailors may not enjoy during 1919 their on the roads to battle. '
.ninlure else. We carried our national orgnnlxiitlonx. uhlrh are com ,
C"I' In un automobile. W* bad ing together for the biggest financial I 3600 Recreation Buildings "The support and comfort of your Foyers says General i9
Movie. Film
and envelopesfw of
plenty if writing paper campaign: that orjrnriizntlon have ever 1000 Miles
free distribution and chocolate,. bended. All .the :Jl OrofMIOOI( ( ) to be t J, 100 Leading Stage Stan Mangin, "has been and will continue to be a tremendous phys-
co->' 'II, chewing tobacco and smoklna;: r
to. o '.inan-ttct, razor blHilcs,, gnnl7 mined tlon by:
t,, oj tmxte arm tliltiK'H of Hint kind tnlsus will he used to garrison and supplythe '. 2500 Libraries supplying 5,000,000 books been much lacking."
i' American 8r service worker. support trenches behind! the Hues. 83 Hostess Houses feeling of home which has so
*" ''IIMJ p\erynlier \VefounitSnlUM They are the Y. :M C. A., the Y. W.
truly IHMHlcs milking; duimhuuU C. A., the National ('lIlhollc Uiir Council 13.000 Big-brother "secretaries"Millions "Your Foyers," says Clemenceau, constantly 1 established 1
for boys and K. of C. secretariesI Jewish Welfare Hoard: AmericanLibrary of dollars of home comforts front in the rear has
I L help Ruiiks furnished by tin Association, War ramps Community in increasing numbers, as great at tho as ,
Ai nn Library Astioclutlon were to When give double, you make lure Thanks
Service and! Salvation Army. you soldiers most highly appreciated service.
t( ?, <>n nil Hide America) girls In various uniforms that every fighter has the cheer and comrendered to our j
"1 tiring firma; at a distance,, we mingle sirmiKfly with plcturemi forts of these seven organizations every to efforts, our children have found in your midst a center f,
dr down lie i road l and found aI' your
Brittany costumes In Fnince. TheAm..rlcan of the from home to the front
step way
"
> or so of men at machine gun Y. W. C. A. has a hostess and back again. You provide him with of distraction and comfort. 1
oflli-rr the men 1
PHI ice The gave t
house In Brittany where tbe SignalCorps
hair hour good church, a theatre, a cheerful home, a
an reorHi to buy a stand beside
women live end a hut wherethe United in this war for freedom, our fighters
Ai, another jilnre we canes In sightof nurses spend their free time. Both 1 tore, a school, a club and an athletic field
a lieutenant! drilling a platoon. 1 I Iseta I. 'these centers are titled, with many of -and a knowledge that the folks back the soldiers of France. United in this campaign for morale,
to the lieutenant : 'How noon be with him heart and soul I
the comforts and conveniences ofhome. home are ,
ton you dismiss the company We I these sewn organizations come to you as one. France's fight
bS'1i' Y M. C. A. goods for aale.' You have loaned you* money to supply
"At a tea given at the nurses' but !
the battlefields
'He mild : 'HUht now. Sergeant. one Saturday, afternoon" writes their physical needs is our fight. Unity of command is winning on '

dismiss:"And ten the xei'on.l.s coinpnnyl later* the company W.label C. A.Warner worker of there Sallna, "there wag Mlad'an 'I Now give to maintain the Morale that abroad. Unity is hastening victory through morale. Give for I

was OUr' n u inc,.inK| waiting'Y'. Grateful to buy goods Is no name from /stht'rlng---olle/ admiral,, a bishop I la winning the wart I morale, give for unity, give for victory! t
a Presbyterian minister, a RomanCatholic
ffl The men can't do enough to ;
III v- I priest, a doctor, an ensign, .
itch gratitude. "
one civilian and myself.
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\\ hy You Should Give Twice First Victory, Hoy's Work. UNITED WAR WO CAMPAIGN]

What You Did Before "Say, fm wl.. to yon all right. a''
Western Unto messenger boy whispered 1
The government has flie the to one of I lie directors of the
..
,. .c... .w.e '"
im needed, for the cure of then United War Work Canipnlgn: In the I .
New York The !&AT'". CATHOLic w.a
't >'n the service at $170.50O.OOOs headquarters. t rliWaH
COUltCu-a.of c.
Amerlrnn give twice ass tor's desk bad only just been dlreC-1 i 'lMaa
ever before our soldiers, In and the work of the big w.u.aa
to r. and marines ID 1010) may not hardly began. I Ii -4AJt. ,
rajm Their i "..m onto your .stunt. the boy went 4ie
on as he swung a grimy flat over the CC..ultrry .aavrra
B.fioo l.niio recreation buildings I desk ; "you're ,ulo' to give u* fellow ware ui L......'
ml'en of movie fllwsi
: that aln't old enough;; to /go to war a ae.OcATo$
Km) I
state 1 alllrs2"wwllllhl"llc
directors chance to tarn an' gl.... to back up a auvarror oasts
fighter an' help win the war. Listen;
2V) ntirnrlefl\ supplyingxi "
I'm In on this.
.))(1110< hooka
The crumpled $5: bill he dropped on
8: 'host'.g' house.15s.i .
the desk made, him the first of "a mil
t' cited War Work Campaign lly
lug\ Brother" Her i Adrertist-ment Contributed to the
lion bos behind a million fighters"who
< arlei
: Ill ," nt of dollars of are to be lined up Victory Ioy GENERAL MERCHANDISE BROOD" R, FLA.
home comforts during the week of the drive.Th..r. JOHN SHRIVER, ,
will he a division of Victory,
Olrls, too and every boy and every AND .
Give to rr.au tain the cura'e: thatis "y-:
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BROOKER | Mr. Clyde Shaw accompanied by effort. Fire crackers, guns, horns, tin and Saturday. --...;
Miss Murray Malphurs] attended services -! pans and all helped to fill the air with Messrs. Inman Harrison .
C Brooker, Nov. 15.-Among thoso who ; at Old Bradford Sunday night. tl-' ---- ....-g sounds of rejoicing, and Old Glory was Roberts were pleasant ,--allcr.and tam I
" r attended church at Old Bradford Sunday Miss Geneva Harrell, of Old Brad- sent to the top of the pole, and per Butler Saturday night,
h night were Messrs. lIarley and l ford, wan in our town Saturday' afternoon haps for the first time in the historyof Sam Singer and family of
v, i Fred Hazert and Misses Loca Anderson : I County News ItemsTacts the United States everybody, with ]ler, motored over here Sunday Lake?*!
; Nellie Strickland] and Myrta Mor- i J. Nipper, ef Jacksonville, spent out exception, wore the smile that noon. atle,
r i { Sunday here with his family. wouldn't come off. Mr. and Mrs. E. < I
gan.Mr. 1 J. V. Edwards, of Old Bradford, was A special war time thanksgiving Nome, Alaska] Roberts! *
and Mrs. Wm. L. Murrell were Tacts Gathered During the Week by Our arrived here Frida
I attending to business in Starke Mon- in Brooker on ]last Sunday. I 7l Regular service will be held in Grace M. E. spend the winter. Mr Roberts TU
.4 : Foreman Scott and son, Herman, of Correspondents. church, Lawtey: next Sunday morning that the vessel they were on .H
C day.Mr.. and Mrs. A. B. Shaw and chil- {' Alachua] passed through our town on I at 10:30: in celebration] of the glorious] ed for seventeen days with two l .I
dren, of Gainesville, spent Sunday in Sunday enroute to Starke. victory and the cessation of hostili erbgs, and finally had to cut the! *b I
Brooker with friends. I Michael Andreu and sister. Miss ties. Special patriotic music will be through. 0"Wf|
I Thomas. Kaiser's burned in one place
effigy was
t I Blanche, of Old Bradford, attended the rendered and the pastor will deliver a Roberts & Harrison
of Starke
Supt. E. R. Poppell, was have
James Shapard and Julius Eunice and at another he was buried with a jugs
1 in our burg Friday. I Y. M. C. A. lecture here Monday even- patriotic message suited to the ceived a carload of salt It-
form of burial
came down from Baldwin] and spent new and exciting service
ion. This should be a great occas-I Mrs. R. W.
Mrs. W. S. Nabb spent Sunday in McLeod
and
ing.We Sunday at their homes here. for dethroned monarchs d.urtte
Jacksonville.I I are glad to report Mr. Leroy Os- rejoicing and every person Annie, were the guests of .
Mrs. Lilly of Jacksonville, rise, t.
Lowery
Mrs. dine the mother of Mr. ]
I .1' Inez Abernathy spent Saturday teen up and out again. I ought to be present and render their Williams Tuesday afternoon "
i\ i./ in Alachua. I I Mrs. 1. L. Eubanks and little daughter visited of relatives the week.in Lawtey the first mon Cline who recently SOo'l'individual] thanks to God. Singers especially Lester Shaw, of Brooker, wt> |
j We are to report Miss Eunice Edythe Jewel, of Lake City, are part Taylor's Park, near Jacksonville invited to come and take seatsin town on business Saturday In of I
sorry : Carl] Moseley] came over from Jack been visitor at the home of Mr. and aft n,
r Mrs. Eubanks' a
\ | here visiting parents the choir.
Hazen down with the Flu. S. F. Lamb .iJ
, : sonville and with relatives ] a traveling !
Sunday
spent! -
. Mrs. Butler Blanchard. Mrs. Cline '
t Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crosby
I r- Fred Hazen spent Monday morning Loose-Wiles Biscuit jlf1
Messrs. Arnold] and Weaver, of near Lawtey. left Friday to join her son and fam WORTHINGTON Co, of -
. 'I' in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Griffls visited ville, is visiting his wife few
Smiley a
will
'I here ily in Taylor's Park where they da1L
Gainesville, spoke Monday nightat
,': The many friends of Miss Mary Col] relatives in and near Highland] Sun J. I. Dubose and ...
1 t the Baptist church in the interest reside. Worthington Nov. 15.-J. R. Mott family a-,
; ]line, former popular lady of
i. ,, a ;young : to Alachua]
day. !
over where
I f I this place, are glad to see her back of the Y. M. C. A. work. The Ladies Aid of Grace M. E. was a business visitor to Starke Tues- they 8ptnt'*
i ,: I again on a visit with friends. Her I Mrs. D. J. Byrd and daughters William Thede of East Lawtey, church had another of their enjoyable day.Mrs. day pleasantly] with his daughter,i 111&
l J ,I I I. home is now in St. Petersburg. I I Misses Ethel and Mabel], and Mr. spent Sunday and Monday with rela- meetings on Thursday of last week at B. J. Roberts and daughter Charlie Knight.
Dr. J, Bishop, of Alachua] was in Newn Byrd, of Tampa, passed thru tives in Jacksonville. the ideal farm residence of Mr. and Katie, were among the business visitors Mrs. R. T. Taylor] Is home now fa \
i: JI our town Sunday. I here Monday, enroute to Worthington. George and Willie McCulley, of,, Mrs. J. H. Moore. 'The ladies assembled to Lake Butler Friday. spending a few weeks at her mothil f
, I, 1 t Miss Madge Middleton, of Hampton, i Remember servivces next Saturday Jacksonville, visited relative. in East for what was to be their first Wiley Williams made a trip to the home in Alachua.]
11' : was In our town Thursday afternoon. 'and Sunday at the Missionary Baptist Lawtey Sunday. I I gathering since the Flu put the lid on county seat Monday.Mr. Messrs. J. J Cox, J. R. Mott and!
9 !., I, We are glad] to report little Hazel church. Everybody cordially invitedto Mrs. James Hannon came over from'I all such assemblies. A goodly number and Mrs. Drew Dukes made a F. Williams motored over to Cain",
I '! '. j'' i Morgan bettor at this writing. attend these services. Jacksonville and spent Sunday at her came I I in their cars and carriages and business trip to Lake Butler Friday. ville Monday afternoon.
I I (. !, ..t 1 I; .1 Mr. and Mrs. J. Crews, of Old Brad- Mr. and Mrs. W. Malphurs have home in East Lawtey. !: their beaming faces as they were seen. Miss Edith Williams returned to Mrs. Shaw, of Brooker, wee in n I

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u '" . SEE with your own eyes all that a! SEEthe wonderful British read the heroic story of our (! SEE' Belgium] in the hands of the I SEEthe unconquerable French and
t! .1 thousand cameras saw through I Russia in the NavyYOU'VE Huns-Refugees fleeing from their great generals. Paris

!10 t! four year. of war, consecutively! ar- terrible revolution the result fighting men---now see them with their homestheravaging oncoming flood of in'war time, greeting our boys with
I ranged in a complete pictorial history man underhand dealings. lends. frenzied joy.

t ,J your own e y es. See them on sea on I I
the spectacle of the centurySEE Britain's mighty navy and her i our boys-YOUR BOY-in the our battleships and destroyers
"' SEE big guns in artillery bulldog fighters, how brave land in the air See our wonderful I SEE thick of It-on the land on the'' SEE in action-dropping depth
J H f thorn go over the top sinking a submarine Belgium and sunny France ]looked after I sea, in the air. See him in France onj' bombs-making the sea safe for the
1'1'I it I \ -, bringing down a Zeppelin the being under the invader's heel; see backing protecting the the march_ce how he lives and lights!' transports carrying our boys across
( 1\ stern there of the U-boat. America's stupendous preparations. navy up, army. I -how he's taken care of. the seas.

t See the boys in the trenches enduring I I.
I our sea fighter*-You have read an air raid a battle of flyers. Uncle Sam making good-the our air forl'einbmate views
> SEE about them. Grasp the war ana SEE Her the German prisoners, see the hardships for your sake. See the SEE Navy in action subma-' SEE of our ]leaders over there. See
I whole. Spend a couple of hours our boys fight the Hun to a standstill. fines battleships, destroyerswith dropping Uncle Sam building his bridge of
" with the buys who gave their live to Go through a gas attack with the boys, thrilling of the world conflict depth bombs. See all the great menboats.. See victory. See the whole
nave you and your home. See it and march with them watch them amuse panorama nee how we crashed through to vic war todate. Bring or send all your
IHa better citizen. See it now-this thi-mtu-lie See Paris go wild over and the that tory. See it all with the eyes of.a family. This chance may never come
: thaws what happened on big fronts. them. Look behind the big scenes. only one gives you a com thousand cameras. again.

;,"' . plete authentic consecutive picture of.I (I ---
+ ; haw fast on the heel of the aol SEE the war with your own eyes- the mightiest spectacle the soldiers of every nation at war
,I .f' SEE emu funeral procession came all of it-from the first blow everything from the invasion of Belgium SEE man ; eyour(' d overSEE -all the great men-all the
the news of Austria's ultimatum. Serbstruck down to our boys' defiance of even more thaneye baygaze see fronts. See our boys on duty
\ i, N'' i14'M defiance, Russia's mobilization death on the bloody slopes. of the t today.Wednesday there-every great incident during the on every front-see how they eat and
Y. Germany's violation] of Belgium'M )orne. War scenes on land on the 0 past four years on all the big fighting sleep] and fight in the trenches. !See
t ( rights, her invasion by the Hun the sets, in the air. Complete, consecutive, fronts from the funeral] of Archduke our Navy cleared for action-see how
t i I energetic action of France England's: comprehensive one and only pictorial Ferdinand down to America on the sea Uncle Sam pounded through to glorious .
,1 .\ d.'t"laratin-and you and the world history of the war shown in the Nov 20th on the land and in the air-giving the victory-the greatest victory ever
were lost in the maze of event United States. merciless Hun no rest. won by American arms. and her slues
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ford, spent Saturday afternoon here. I purchased the cottage owned by W. L. W. H. Biggs was a visitor to Mid- in the act of saying farewells and con Providence Sunday to reopen school. town shopping first of the week
MK,;and :Mrs. J. H. Surrency and Murrell and will move to it in the near dleburg first part of the week. gratulations to their hostess, who is Tom Hall, of Lake Butler was in Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Williams! accompanied
children, of Graham, spent Sunday future. D. Davis, of Jacksonville, was a visitor also their president, showed they had Worthington one day recently on bus!. by Mrs. W. R. Williams wen
1 here with Mrs. Surrency's parents,/ Mr. Hewitt, of Lake Butler, was in to Lawtey Sunday. no regrets. Everybody enjoyed it to ness. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. W.
Mr.and Mrs. R. T. Osteen. eur town Monday morning. M. L. Loadholtz was a business visitor the fullest extent-the devotional J. F. Williams and wife, accompaDubose's Saturday afternoon.
I ,, L. Morgan, of Jacksonville, spent When the news was received here to Jacksonville Thursday. meeting, then the business meeting, nied by Ida and Wesley Williams, attended .
Monday here with his family. Monday morning that Germany had Messrs. W. E. Torode and L. II. Hill then the inevitable tete-a-tete and of the meeting at Old Bradford DOWLING
Prof. Thomas took charge of the signed up, things were lively] for a were visitors to Jacksonville Friday. course the refreshments-everything church Sunday night. -
schoof again this week. He was outlast while. The news was phoned to G. B. 1 W H. Burt was transacting business''tended to prove the oft repeated statement G. A. Epperson and B. T. Duke, of Dowling, Nov. 15.-Mrs. Rafuse and
week on account of having an atColson from Alachua] and he let the in Starke Friday. that this Ladies Aid is a real] Lake Butler, were In our town Monday son, Jim, spent Tuesday right st the
tack of Influenza, but we had school] town know it immediately and everyHenry Hicks is spending a few days success and much credit Is due the evening. home of Rev. H. J. Thomas.
under the able management of our as- one got busy celebrating] from the In Jacksonville] this week. 'president for her work. Mrs. Tom Rimes, accompanied by Mr. John Thornton and sister, Kailltants. atie. ,
) Misses Loca Anderson and oldest to the youngest. There was'' A son was born to Dr. and Mrs. W. I J. D. Randall was a business visitor her daughter, Mrs. Charlie Edwards made a trip to the nursery Sunday
Nellie Strickland] and we are glad to shooting, bells ringing, horns blow. II. Biggs November 3rd. to Jacksonville Friday of last week. passed through here Monday enroute Miss Viola Thomas, who is tea .end'iP'
see Prof. Thomas able] to be up again. ing singing the national hymn and A. H. Harley] Raleigh] Brown, L. L.t} !Mrs Randall has returned home and to Alachua] to visit her daughter, Mrs the Dobson school], spent the weep: her
1 Mesdames I. W. Pmholster] Jr., E. may other incidents. Sapp and Shad Thompson came over .everybody is glad to have her home Benny Shaw. with her parents, returning
J. Ward and !Mrs. P. S. Colson and The Victory Girls were organized from Jacksonville and spent Sunday at again. Her health is greatly improv Wesley Williams made a business school Monday. w--
children spent Sunday in Alachua.] Monday in order to give the young their home here. 'I ed. trip to Starke Tuesday. Mrs. Jim Dowling and little] ion,lawr
G. B. Colson motored to Worthington girls] a chance to assist in the United Rev. Alfred] Evenden, accompanied ) Grace M. E. church and the M. E. Miss Ruby Ware is now suffering ci lwere visiting hir sIster in-
Sunday afternoon. War Work Campaign. Miss Marguerite by his wife, left on Monday morning church. South, united last Sunday in from an attack of influenza. Mrs. Pearl Johns, Saturday. reurned
'J Among those who attended the cane Shriver was elected local chair for Winter Park to attend a district two union services, one in the morning S. W. Dubose and wife were business Prof. T. Shepard Thomas well\
,,I, grinding at Mr. A. Green's last Friday man and three wide-awake leaders ministerial conference or school of at the Southern church with Rev. G. visitors to Lake Butler to Brooker Saturday where Sthref
t night were Messrs. Harley] Lucian, have been appointed Misses Inez methods in connection with the St. ''I. Henderson in charge of the services BM.. Williams, of Providence, was start school again after ; 'in-
Marvin and Fred Hazen, Guy Pinhol- Abernathy Pearl Lewis and Ruby John's River Conference of the M. E. and at which the Rev. Alfred Evenin our burg one day last week. weeks' vacation on account 0 the
( ster, Walter' Baxter Joe Surrency, Crosby. The girls seem to be very Interested church. The pastor is expected back den delivered a patriotic sermon; the Mr. Hiers, a traveling salesman out fluenza. .
i Chester Andreu, of New River; and in the work and we are expecting in I.awtey Friday and Mrs. Evenden other in the evening at Grace M. E. rf Gainesville, was in our town ,on Rev. H. J. Thomas returned to Jack
;, Misses Loca Anderson, Nellie Strick every girl between the age will motor with friends from Winter church where the Rev. Henderson delivered business Thursday sonville Saturday to take up,his' PoebP
land, Inez Abernathy, Willie Mae of twelve] and twenty to earn as much Park to Tarpon Springs where she an earnest spiritual] sermon. We are glad to learn of Lee Gra ion again.
\( i Knabb, Dona Dya], Gertie and Bertie as they can and become a member. will spend a week or two visiting These services were well attended and ham's improvement after an attack oft --
Thomas, Pearl and Minnie Greene, Lo- friends In that section. The conven greatly appreciated, and other sim'lar'!] the Flu.] COTTON REPORT
rena flaxen and) Ruby Roberts, of New L.\WTF.Y tion at Winter Park was well] .,attend services are being planned, of which Friends of 1\11'\ '.- Bennie Shaw, of '
River. They reported a nice time. ed. The annual conference will be due notice will bo given. Alachua, formerly Miss Connie Reeves There were 153 bales of cotton &
/ II.:C. Surrency spent Sunday with Lawtey, Nov. 15.-Enoch Griffls was held In January. Monday wag a great time for re- of this place have Just received the ned in Bradford county from the iar I
relative] at Pine Hill.Mrs. transacting business in Jacksonville Mr. Evenden reports that Orlando joicing in Lawtey. All the church bells]] announcement of a fine girl] arriving of 1918 prior to November 1, WJ '
:J. V. Edwards of Old Bradford l Monday.! 1'1d Winter Park went wfld with joy as well as the city hall bell were rung at their home Wednesday. compared with 4,228 bales ginned 10y
: is here at the bedside of her sister, Miss Wimborley] of Highland, was In their celebration] of the great vie- and rung and rung tttl those who did Prof. C. B. Hayes, principal of An- November 1, 1917.
Mrs. J. C. Cone. I the guest ]last Saturday of Miss Essie tory Monday, and at Winter Park the the ringing almost collapsed in the tioch school], was in ,our town Friday N. D. WAINWRICHT.d .


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