Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: November 22, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Lveral Our in Desire of Department;' to Discharge all lion. It. A. Green; Wait Elected Speaker Three Steamers-From: England Will

Letters From Boy Those Making Application Pro Tern of the House I i Arrive About December 2nd.
France Published", Below I

Ft. Mills. P. I., Secretary Daniels has issued to all Bradford county carried off a full ,, London, Nov. 20.-In planning the
October 21, 1918. ships and stations of the navy the following share of the honors at the organization withdrawal of American troops from ,
order releases from of the special session of the 1 loginhiture France L
regarding I I I as noon as possible, American
Telegraph, 1 1I
ditor active service: I now in session at Tallahassee I i i I army officials have decided that the t
,! Starke Sir Just in receipt of a copy "It is the department's desire to release I lion. R, A. Green was -
Pear : and sure glad to from active service at the earli- pro tern lion. A. S. Crews was as. of the medical units and staffs of the .
Telegraph was
', the like a big letterom est practicable time those membersof N 'S, ax signed the duty of nominating and rest camps. It is hardly probable 1"
t it. for itfr ends and those swearing in the clerks and other attaches. i
the Naval Reserve Force however that these rest camps will be ,.-
all my of the Regular Service' who enlisted . lion John U. Kellum, a Bradford required
have been getting the paper reglarly as troops are being sent home '!I'
I since December 1917r and cer- for the duration of the war who wishto ,' .: county man now living inclerk Taand directly from France. :
have enjoyed reading it. Altho complete their education or who v rria. h.irsee\ was elected chief It will be necessary, however, to I {
here inly have been great changes since Iras have urgent family and business inter- ., 1 1'Nerett: Markley Johns, one of Starke's detain patients who cannot be moved J' ,;
last there ((1910)), I expect to rein ests demanding immediate and per- well known young'attorney, was! within two months. The mauretania '
the United States soon, also sonal attention. No definite time can Ie.{ ttify: elected assistant chief clerk, although Hailed today taking between five and '
to old Bradford county sometime be set for the release of such men, butit ' ha hnd made no campaign for the place six thousand men of the flying corps. 0'
i will be done as soon as the exigencies '.t' > A Jt 1. and was not present A telegram roe It is
the near future with the sole intenon ; ;i v. fluiMs r planned to dispatch a steamer to y.
eilved Mr.\ Johns morning
h by Sunday
of the service
of anchoring there never to:! leave permit. America every day this week.
ain. But first, after returning toe "Those desiring to be released under from Representative Green announcedhis "
the above conditions must, in c election and. he left on the afternoon -
"Over There"d .
U S., I hope to go To Arrive About Dec. 2. ;
help run Old Bill into the Northea instance, submit formal request in train for Tallahassee to enter up- '.. Washington, _.ov. 25.-: Army transportation tl' .
and thus end this terrible con- writing through official channels, stat on his duties. officials said i l today that the '(
full their Commanding For the work of the special session
ing in reasons. -
alike return to
[ict, so that all may steamers Mlnnekahda, Lapland and .5.
and live in and lib. officers and commandants will en- onlv a few committees have been ap II "
heir homes peace Orta, which Are bringing. home 7,000 ,
dorse these requests as to whether or pointed Representative Green is a '
American soldiers
rty.One doesn't know how to appreciatec not the services of the individual can c1I v,. i member of the committee on state in- probably arrive lit from New England;York about, will .' ,

home until one's drifting ten be spared without relief, and if so, ( "ttitution.s. In the preliminaries! of the IVc. 2nd.LIEUT. .
lousand paper miles from God's country,: whether his or her services are need- I organization: Greene 8'rvpIIIM secretary I. ,- ., Y

!en having to spend three years here ed in some other station within the fHJr of a joint canon! of tho house.and : KICHARD HEARD ';Ran!! :
returning. Then again it takes command. senate and litter as secretary of
irty days or more for mail to crosse Requests will then be forwarded to I the house caucus. I|I FKOM' .SINCE: WAR CLOSED '

Pacific. Think of writing to your I the Bureau of Navigation, which will J f'enntor A. l n. Andrews has not been ''I 1..
ost girl: and having: to wait three give them careful consideration and, I I able' to attend the sessions of the senate Lieutenant Henry Clinton Richard's l t., '

lonths or more for an answer! as soon as circumstances will permit, lie has not yet recovered from ,'1 I host of friends throughout Bradford I
You woundn't want to find a better authorize the discharge; of those in the un attack of Influenza and 1 pneumonia, county will lie pleased to know that
pinted bunch of men than the boys regular: navy who enlisted only for the which placed. his life in jeopardy for he has been heard from since the close 'I' t,
re. But we would much rather ben war and the return to an inactive stat I C several weeks. I It I of the great world war, and that he is
of force. ---- able to describe himself as feeling '
the battle front, with the many us those of the naval reserve ,I
ther brave Yanks.I The above applies to officers in the I mUTIIU.1.In'Y \ fairly well. The Telegraph received n t
notice in your paper how well naval reserve force as well us enlisted ll khhti I t ]: cablegram from Lieutenant Richard \

irailford county is represented in othr men. II tS J.ittleIiss! Julin Kttu: C'anova the lust Sunday morning which reads as t 1

foreign countries by boys from youngest daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. follows:
um!'. And as I have never noticednd I had begun to think everybody from; J, F. Cnnovn, celebrated her sixth i "Franco) November 2.1.: -American
contributions from the Philippineswill Starke and Hampton had forgottenme I lithday on the 2th(), by giving u assistance", and resources won the war. j

take upon myself the responsi- but I don't mean to criticise any I n lovely party to a numh'r.f her Am feeling fairly! well." 's ,
ility of trying to inform the folks atone of you, as I know the letters were lost friends; who showered her with many I It will 1 be remembered by readers of

of conditions over here. I be- enroute. pretty gifts. I|i 1 i i the Telegraph that Lieutenant Richard I .

'eve I am the only Bradford countyoy Well here's hoping I can see you The rooms were decorated with was gnsed some time ngo. According -
over here, as I have never met soon and also celebrate Ch n I "plants and roses, while everywhere in to the best information that could bo
nother from Florida, and I have met dinner in Starke. I don't think rlstmas// evidence were the national colors. Tho obtained here he returned to duty at

nost of the boys during my two and a have to go "over the top" any HON. R. A. GREEN little people played games and ....njoy.1 i| the front, but soon had to go back to (
alf years in the Philippine Islands. Rritz is running so fast we can hardly ed! chorus singing./ I.eila I). Andrews. the hospital, his injury proving more) i iserious

Many people in the states have the keep up with him. !Must bring this Protein House of sing! "Over There" as n solo, and the than wan! at first UPPOSI>..1. His i ?
rong opinion of this Eastern Archie I to a close. Give my best regards to Speaker Representatives hostess sang "Bring Buck My cablegram to the Telegraph Indicates

Blare, and if they could visit it or : all Bradford county people and may roung I to !Me," proving that she .nlwo that he has not yet fully recovered.
ncet someone (a soldier, sailor or maine God bless everyone. has musical talent. .
) who have put a tour of two or : Very truly yours, 'I When refreshments announced first opportunity Lieutenant Richard

lore years over here, I am sure they PVT. L. E. JOHNS, Our Boys Over Here & Over There little. Misses Eunice Canova were and )Evelyn i i I I has had since the close of the war to ::1

lould be enlightened after such an in- Co. A, 14th Engineers; Ry Light, Am. Stump led the march to the .
erview. P. O. 703, 1st Battalion, Am. E. F., room, where hot chocolate and I
Many tourists visit the islands ando France. I -- !McADOO RESIGNS: illS POSITION I
home made cnke were served from "
away believing they have' seen and (The foregoing letter was written Ruric Wells, of the navy, is enjoy- which he tells how he hud just returned I beautifully arranged table, centered a. AS SECRETARY; : OF TREASURY '.

now all about them. But this is just six days before the Germans ran ing a ten-day furlough and spent part from an eleven day trip on active by the birthday cake on which burned i : '
here they're wrong, as they have on- up the white flag. Private John! of it in Starke this week. service at the battle front, part of the six red, white and blue tapers. 1 William Gibbs;; McAdoo; secretaryof ;

y visited the most important ports many friends and relatives in Starke 'I Ensign Sinclair Bryan of Charleston time being engaged with tho American the treasury, director general of the ", :.
nd never see the interior. I have been and Hampton sincerely hope his good S. C., is spending a ten days fur- heavy artillery in exciting actionon The following little folks enjoyedthis railroads and often discussed as ono of
round the Islands five or six times lucky star kept on shining: until the I\ lough visiting friends and relatives at the frone line. When Ernest comes. gay party: Leila D. Androws, the presidential possibilities of 1920, I
board ship. But this is where you see end of the terrible struggle, and that I Raiford. marching home he will have lots to' Annie Long, Billy Graham, Paul has resigned l his offices to return to ..
he Philippines: by slinging a packver he will soon come home as big and ? tell and many pleasant evenings are I Knight, Lucite Johns, Owen Griffin, private business
> your back and hiking across the sound and good natured as he was on I Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Byrd, of Graham already being anticipated by his Law I Huth Sternberg, Hazel Adkins. Eunice : President Wilson has accepted<< his I
ountry, wading and swimming rivers to do his in the have received a letter from their Cnnova, Joseph Poppell, William
leaving part great tey friends with Ernest! and his war i I resignation Mr. McAdoo will give: up
and cutting: your way through the world struggle.) son, Lee, who is Somewhere in France, stories the center of attraction. Robt. Harvard Louise Jolly, Freda Andrews the treasury portfolio as soon as. a
ropical jungle killing pythons deer stating he likes France fine not Orville and Coke Barr, Lucile ?
I Blanchard has also been heard frombut successor has been selected He wished u
wild boar. carabao and many other Camp Jackson, S. C., like the old U. S. A. lie expctsbut to be the details of his communication I f Mice 1, Eugene; Matthews!, Evelyn: to lay down his work as director 1
is the best .
kinda of game too numerous to mention home soon. He enjoying Stump, Richard Wainwright. Charles
Nov. 6 1918. have not yet been reported. Both those general of railroads by January 1, but twill
by coming in contact with the Editor Telegraph:-Through the col of health. young soldiers speak well of their Lucian Kickliter, Walter McDonald, remain if the president has not

atives, civilized, half civilized and uncivilized umns of the Telegraph I would like to' Truby Dyal, who is stationed on the treatment and are in splendid. physical Jr., Lois Colley, Mary Canova, Dave then chosen. n 1141C.IIMor.Upon I
and the many different classs let my friends in dear old Bradford U. S. S. Von Steuben, has been spend- condition. i Mitchell and Louise Stewart. the new secretary of the treasury ,
all of which speak a different diaactIn hoar from I here in and ing a ten-day furlough at the home of whoever ho be will
me. am camp !Mr ..lRdl\lrs.| Frank Jones, of Sampson / may devolve r
3i order to carry on a conversation his !Mr. and Mrs. O. W. IJyal )
enjoying the best of life. It sure is aREDDICK ( City are much rejoiced the task of financing the nation thru
u hav", tT n.astor the several of Graham. Mr. Dyal has been in the very by -
theeco'pt of late letters from the transition< period of war to peace, is
man.! ..' and' then this does not assure service for two years and this was his / both
whkh will include least.
: at
of their sons in France. The letter probably/
safety The thing is to impress his of
main first trip home. During period ll
two Loftnsi and
from Franklin Pearce Jones more Liberty possibly
them faith in them and -I- the '
upon he has made fifteen
your service trips
date of November !>th and the letter also n further revision of the system '
rust to luck to get through. ; across the Atlantic. lie has a number .
of taxation
I have leen out with these "brown dtiI. of relatives and friends throughout from their other den Berry Smith ; war t

brothers" for weeks at a time. And I ; the county who wereg lad to see Joric, bears flute of November 11th, I ,
the the armistice II \VOUNIIEI .\ MInJmT": =" ] ; TS
hink I have seen about as much of the him home again. He will eave Mont day wan signed:

interior of the Islands as anybody, day to rejoin his ship. He was a |i Colored :Soldier; Dies of Wounds I or HII: CROSS;

considering the length of time I've caller at the Telegraph office Wednes- ,, .-'.phine ", '
burr Wounded American soldiers
been here. for the 'lcinlono tiresthan were
clay and arranged Telegraph I, received her
Well as a writer I'm not much of & ..' the guests of American Red. Cross on
to go to him during the next two i son (Oscar) Mitchell, was wounded inaction
pinch hitter so I'll fan out. With best years. on October ltth( and died. afterward ThnnkHgiving' afternoon in one of the
'ishes to one and all I am well and largest, theatre in Paris. American .
I Ernest Wells, that known l from his wound Mitchell hail
Yours cordially, i I popular soldier boy from Lawtey, now been in France for Borne time and in Red Cross bought the entire house for 4 +
the matinee and special '
II. H. YARBOROUGH, Somewhere in France, has written a the hint colored soldier from Bradford performance
(J. M. Corps, Ft. Mills P. I. i7j' letter under date of October 23rd, in county reported killed.Soniewhero .ly;. musical numbers that will appeal to
the boys from the United States willh

France, Nov. 5, 1918. interpolated in tho regular revue. I '
Bradford County r suret)0 I'fore! going to the theatre the soldiers
Telegraph will
appreciated. I in I France. il
Starke, Fla. I guess that you will wet: a 1I"rI October I'l. 1918.I l rf r.,' partook of an old fashion American

. Dear Editor-I take great pleasure hw price, for your cotton thi.4 year. I see:; I 11', ir Sister:.-We arc having norne ( Thanksgiving..dinner

In writing and thanking you for thejroocl v in the 'inrki' i i. r i .\vlure l' 'tt >n time,, in France. Our worst job is to
old Bradford County Telegraph w is bringing fifty cents a pound at und, I island the language. when nil we MEMORIAL: :SKHVICE; ;: ) FOR I.IEUT.WlIl'n l

which you have been sending me. You .. ,1 Graham. Ther is no cotton or corn kin" s or can say is tied up in the ;

'an hardly imagine how much I enjoy 4 rinsed' over here in France. They raise K; u'!'.-h language. I .
reading a paper from home and Irish potatoes and grapes. These are TI:, money Is nearer like ours than r r Next Sunday morning at 11 o' ,
'specially the Telegraph. It's always about the only food crops they raise. I any other.' I like it much better than II the Methodist church, there will he
full! of good news. ---- This is a fine grass country for cat. the Knglish money The French peo- I I'VT JunCECil.:! ADAMS I :Memorial Service for the late Lieuten.

Everything looks very favorable for tie. There is some of the finest breedof ple had just as lief or a little rather, A Starke boy, who has seen long ant Richard Kay White who made the

early peace and victory. Today's paper THOMAS cattle here that there Is in the have .American money as their own.I service in France.LETTER i supreme sacrifice for his country on
which is published at Paris, states Now serving I in France in the Artil- world. yaw Marion last night. Me was I September 12th in France. All friendsof

Austria has been granted an armistice lery Corps fie is a son of Mr. and This contry over her is wet in the over to see Jim and myself. Haven't : 1'IUnlWoJ.( : CALIIOUN the family and) the public generallyare

It such is the case I can't see much Mrs. J. B. Thomas, of Brooker, and winter months. It is cold here now, been to town yet but think I will this invited to attend this :Memorial
hope for the Fritz's. I feel entered the service April 29 1918. lie To I
more encouraged and I will have evening. my Club Women and Club Girls: Service.
than ever before. At one has been in France for several months. '' guess we Know presently. Suppose you got the picture I mailed I am very sorry to have left you so r

time during my experiences in forward especially with several PROF. FAT-TIG VISITS STARKE
) when leaving port on the other
I will close for this time, hoping to you ,
area things looked rather blue, but we pleasure to serve as good an uncle ash 'si(1e. Had a letter from Ava yester appointments on hand, but when the I I HIGH SCHOOL
soon overcome that through a strong Uncle Sam Ih time of such great need. hoar from you real soon. Tell mother day. It was forwarded from Camp telegram came summoning me to the _

determination, and at last we have I am wishing for the time to go over and Willie to write me and write all Wheeler. bedside of my dear old. father, I had Prof. F. P. Fattig, who teaches in

won. I feel we have been paid for and help do service over there. I knowit the news. well only fifty minutes to make plans and the College: of Agriculture in the University -
:Marion said to tell he
our gallant bravery. So many times would be a pleasure to do that. From your son, I you meet the train. lie Is: now at rent. We of Florida, spent Thursday
I I have WILSON BRYAN for he did not know whether he would
why I haven't been There is things to be learned inferred all that was mortal of him the Bradford County
among the ones who died fighting for many 300 San. Tr Amb. Co. 322., American have time to write or not. He !said! he morning visiting
in camp life that's worth lots to boy Saturday.I High School. He addressed the schoolat
Old Glory I have a Expeditionary Forces, via N. Y. had received a letter but didn't say :
narrow as My comrades some have very who wants to do right. Would like to who it was from. I just guessed to wish to beg of you to hold together morning exercises, taking for his si w
escapes. hear from any of my friends in Bradford and have your regular meetings until subject Luther Burbank, the wizardof
fallen by side but that Leter to :Mrs. Lucy Mott, of Lake But- myself.
my only
p!* more grit and determination gave to at any and all times to the ad- I.. There are plenty of girls over here I shall be with you again the first the plant world. His talk about

Kill a thousand Huns. I don't want dress given belo.w October 22, 1918. -but, My time is limited so I will of the year. I thank you for your this. wonderful agriculturist was highly -
Yours truly, favors and co-operation. I shall appreciated. Prof Fattig broughta
you to think me boastful for mentioning Dear Aunt:-Will write you a few many
PVT. VIRGIL S. GREENE close.When he glad to hear from at address number of specimens. of beautiful wY,
some few instances, for I just lines to let you know that I am well writing address your letters: you my
Battery E, 8th. Regiment F. :A. R. D. below moths. and butterflies which the grades ,'
'ant help from speaking about us and have been getting along O. K. PVT. Wm. G. CREWS, given i
Yanks. I I Just received several letter from Co. A", 106 Engineers. Am. P. O. No. MRS. EMMA K. CALHOUN, enjoyed examining.

I have spent eight months in France Letter to J. L. Bryan, of Rapp I: home and you know I was more than 71R. Base Section No. 6, Am. Ex. !Murfreesboro. Tenn.FLYING d
and almost all time in front. I France, Oct. 20, 1918. i, glad to hear from you all. Sorry to Forces, France PRESBYTERIANOn
allowed to my am Dear Father-I received your letter I hear that you are no better. I will SQUADRON HOLDS EX- account of the memorial service f,
which represents wear one six gold months service in stripe front O. K. and sure was glad: to hear from 1 send you one of my pictures and let IMG BUSINESS HEAL CLOSED AMI.VATIONS AT LAKE BUTLERLast : at the Methodist church next Sunday "
you and to know that all were getting I there will be morning worship.
I that. I think no
area. I truly hope I be allowed you see it will help your
to spend the other four may months with along well.the beat I am well at presnt. en- feelings. You can look at it and think; James Reynold* hae sold his half interest week the flying squadron of Sunday school and night service at 1

my loved ones, and just bet I joying of health and am glad lot me when I am far, far away. Hope in the Turpentine! business of the state school board held teachers' 7 o'clock, as usual.C. .
you may to that I in
can enjoy myself first rate.I say am active service for I can come home noon. I had a real Price & Reynolds at Graham to his examinations In Lake Butler. Twenty II. ABERNATHY, '
my country now. I fee like I will go ,I nice time when I was in the hospital. partner, II. F. Price. The consideration white and four colored persons met Pastor.
am to hear the of through O. K. and
sorry report return to the States board at that took the .
ner hell : Wa out only five weeks and two days. was right around $12,000 and the the point and
after is
Crosby being among the peace made. I am sorry to When I examination required by the state DEATH OF COLORED MAN
musing. was discharged from the hospital term were cash.
! Let's that
he hear Willie
living. I know him hope well. may still be is not had to register, as he my clothes were all too small. Mr Reynolds will turn his atten- board. Those composing the flying The body of Clarence Ellerson, col-

I hear very strong. Must close for this time. Write tion to lumbering and farming. He squadron were, Misses Clem Hamptonand fifed, was brought here Monday for ]
much from home quite often so TeUmother I received her letter again soon and all the news has bought the interest of Mr. Pricein Christine McDonald! and Prof. burial. Ellerson formerly lived in

For more regularly than in the past. yesterday, which was the 19th. L N. NETTLES the W. II. Green farm two miles Coffin,. who is temporarily filling the Starke, but for several years had been

some time after arriving in this The eighty acres of land you said Casual No. 2, American Rest Camp, south of Starke, which they bought place of the regular member who was In the employ of Dr. Francis in Jack- jaaonviile.
country couldn't hear a line. In fact :you would give me when I get back: Knotty Ash Liverpool, England. about a year ago. too ill to make the trip. ,


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IfliTs1." \ ''\ '" STEADIER HOG MARKETS PLANNEDHog !I representatives special Advisory swine of the members packers, and,, to the Im- Co.Provision, PeorIA,Co.m., ;Chicago WeRtvrt ,Pncklng U'o;

I ? : : t .' II I i Doings at Tallahassee I. I prove ation.which the present has unfortunately unsatisfactory resulted situ- Wolff Packing Co., Topeka n -, feud'-

because of till Injection of uncontrollable KAISER KILL KEIM.M I ,
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factors.We n
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Producers and Packers Confer Repre- et1lB'/
[ Tallahassee, Nov. ii!).-The lawmakers ask the producer to cooperatewith ---
I I drifted up stairs so slowly tonight Food Administration and us In a most dif lcult task. ( Several weeks au:
sentatives of the printed a letter entit "MFrince
that at 0:45 it was necessary The members of the Conference '
I t for Ex-Clerk Green to call from the Willie Writ, >n
were :: "
and Adopt the Kaiser. nn
all Agricultural Department Below
head of the stairs a request for Producers-It O. Stuart, Elk Gar- the tilt
the members of the house to assemble answer to formei"
,rd'I' in representative hull. At just ten New Plan of Regulation. den, Va., Chairman Agricultural Advisory My Dear Son: 1 chi,
minutes to ten o'clock Representative Board ; W: M. McFnddeu, Chicago letter und it finds mi our!

tie /e j v Green of Jlrudford county, in the capacity 111. ; A. Sykcs, Ida Drove, la. ; mit nervousness Oi. >t4 1

t of ex-chief clerk of the house In accordance with the policy of the Food Administration since tU foundation John M. Evvard, Ames la. ; J. II. Mercer has der saute sickm ails till|

culled tho members>: to order and briefly occasions Live Stock Commission for Kaaras In a Yankee prisoner (
consult men In the agricultural Industry on "
to representative *
1 stated. the purposes of the meeting r. ; T. O. Brown Mouon, Ind. ; E. O. haf been a doctor in A
y I 1j The conference( was u distinct innovation 1 of Importance to special branches of the Industry, on October 24 there wan I Drown, President Chicago Livestock I nefer heard a fell .
j in legislative proceedings In convened In Washington a meeting of the Uve Stock Subcommittee of the Exchange/ ; N. II. Gentry, Sedalla Mo.. ; foolishness lie toldt m '"

r (1t ) this state, and it is not uprising should, Agricultural Advisory Board and the special members representing. the swine John Orattan Broomfleld, Colo. ; Eugene ness don't was see how caused dat could by flu 'j 1
4 arise therefore as to the some manner of proceeding jlndustry to consider! the situation In the hog market. Funk Bloomington, III. ; Isaac I sweat derribly anyv.i f let*
Lincoln Aberdeen S. D. C. W. Hunt, "tea
j tfya.4, Mr. Green was of the opinion that the The conference lasted for three day, and during this time met with the ; maybe mama better , dtr
Logan Ia. ; C. E. Yancey, W. U. Dod- voolen socks
den he
into I <
first thing to do was to i
f r very go firms In orders
1 ,executive committee of the fifty packing participating) foreign
the organization of the caucus or con son. 1 norance by dclliny; m dr,
1 dI d
: P't' terence, whereupon Mr. Lewis of for pork products and with the members of the Food Administration directing I Food Administration< -Herbert Hoover : do me any good/: <1 to v< 'J

s Jackson county, out of chivalry to bo foreign pork purchases F. S. Snyder Major E. L. Roy O. vender vat he mem *

h }+ { I1 exceeding generous to the gentleman The conclusions! df the conference were as follows : I II. Powell. I he told mo dot. Anyl lea
y ( from Dade, :Mr. Watson, whom he lays Department of Agriculture-Louis' vool keeps out der cold
jr- 1 i he is going to beat for tho Bpuukership The entire marketing situation has producer nnd the Insurance of an adequate I D. Hall, F. It. Marshall. i Vot you tell me ..11''I'

i Y d o r placed the name of the Dado representative 00 changed since the September Joint< future supply. |I 'The packers present and others saying, "To hell mit diful. tw
in nomination for chairman. entire These foreign orders are placed I voud not belief T
ni I
I conference: as to necessitate an sharing In foreign orders were represented ad
Tho suggestion was heartily secondedund upon the basis of cost of to the been told to me by my ?|
e E. I. JOHNS: alteration In the plans of price stuMllfQtlon. l- hogs by the elected puckers' committee. I f b ht
of without to be honest like his '
f Wild in the act slipping by packers \ it
; t r Chief Clerk' of House talk has Those represented were : 1 are
I opposition when someone called attention : Assistant The current pence As son, I don't tink ht
i 1' ( to the fact that that was to beII Col. E. M. Johns graduated: from the alarmed the holders of corn, and there between the thin result of long negotiations j I"arkers-Armour' & Co., Chicago< speech; he probably COli"o"' tt J

f: j a joint caucus and it would perhaps law school of the University of Florida :has been a price decline of from 25 body and the PackerH'Committee. 111. ; Cuduhy Packing Co., Chicago, Ill. ; if he had it, for dere ,a < ::
'' bo better to invite the senators to Gainesville, in 1U1IJ. After completing bushel. The fact representing! the 45 to BO Morris & Co., Chicago, HI. ; Swift & per cendt of der Ami-i, 0 tt:
d a II come in and participate! in the orguni- his studies he entered the law gents to 40 cents per packers participating, In foreign or. Co., Chicago, Ill. ; Wilson & Co., Chicago read und dat one pet j":

tion. This suggestion was adopted. un.1'I oflico\ of Col. A. V. Long, of Starke, that the accumulations of low pricedcorn dersrfogother with the Allied buyers Ill. ; John Agar Co., Chicago 111.; education in Shermany air

t i e ( Mr. Lewis withdrew his motion. lie State's Attorney for the Eighth: Judicial In the Argentine and South Africa ull I under the Chairmanship of the Armstrong Packing Co., Dallas Tex. ; I viii send you dem I"? tor

r ..1 1 then moved that three members of the( Circuit of Florida. Mr. Johns is would, upon the advent of peace, Food Administration, the following undertaking Boyd Dunham & Co., Chicago, ilL ; dcr back. You did not Dog
,. {''I house be uppointud for the purpose of a brilliant} young lawyer and has enjoyed and liberated shipping become available has been given by the packers Brennan Packing Co., Chicago IlL ; you vanted dent Don't, dry

1\\ inviting the members of the senate to'' u steadily growing practice ofhia to the European market him created : | Cincinnati Abattoir Co., Cincinnati, should come down aboudt! .atdM\ ,
\. r join the members of the house.r I profession. His acquaintances in In view of the undertakings on the below your middle, for voi,, or tell
i V : .\ r I The temporary presiding officer, Mr.j I every part of the state will read with a great deal of apprehension' on part of the Food! Administration with 0. ; Cleveland Provisions Co., Cleveland vot does ignorant uncduiatn, \. nken

: Green, himself a candidate for speaker I pleasure! of his appointment and join the part of corn holders. Thin decline regard to the co-ordliinted purchasesof 0. ; Cudahy Broa. Co., Cuduhy, vIII do if your back is turmien On

I with his Starke friends in congratulations. has spread fear among swine growers I pork products, covered In the Wis. ; J. Dold Packing Co., BuffnJo. N. haf no regards for internal, 'm as.
t at- T. ; bun levy Packing Co., Plttsburg. look vat dey are doing !
corn-4; : that a similar reduction In the prices Inched, It Is agreed that the mi uu/
I ( I I'I follow. Moreover packers Pa. ; J. E. Decker & Sons, Mason City, boats. Dey sink dem mi ton
of hog would naturally participating In these orders nrnmg,
'J l. Hillsborough, has. Scarcely had the ink dried after will undertake la.; Evansville Packing Co., Evans- and dey are so cowardly mi' 10 ue
if., tees being candidates for the speaker I the signing of the armistice when another the lower range of corn prices not to purchase hogs for less vllle, Ind. ; East Side Packing Co., East dem shotguns. Who cffci n"-ort 3f f ,
, 11 ship. This only left two of the candidates scratched at Tallahassee would, If Incorporated In a 19-to-1 ratio than the following agreed minImums St. Louis Ill. ; Hammond :Ctondlsh:: & ding like dot ? You can nefel oat

t'i''I I for speaker on the floor, the tern ''I with the result that the staid old capItal obviously result In a continuously for the month of November! that Is a Co., Detroit, Mich. ; 0>. A. Hormel & 'dey are going to do nexdt Om,, of

r : porary presiding olllcer and Mr. Williams | city la already a bee hive of politics falling price for live hogs. In view dally minimum of $17. O per hundred Co., Austin Minn. ; Home Packing & dose loafers got into our 'r'm,, !on
,'. Ire .. 'L of been and Mr. Lewis facetiously I with the chances bright for one conditions many pounds on average of puckers' droves, night; and killed vun hunun" ilt .r ray
of these changed Ice Co., Terre Haute, Ind. ; Independent -
1'S1 \i j remarked as he left his seat ] of the most interesting session of the excluding throw-outs. "Throwouts"to brave soldiers shust to gv per; Of
j : ti to join the other members of the committee legislature in recent years convening swine producers anticipated lower be defined as pigs under 130 Parking Co., Chicago, 111. ; Indian- boots dot vood fit him. Dw., V war
jF (
\ I "I hope you won't nominate a ,{ Monday. prices and as a result rushed their pounds stags boars, thin sows and apolis Abattoir Co., Indianapolis, Ind. aboudt dat?

r s t I speaker during our absence." hogs to mnrket In large numbers and skips.I Further, that no hogs\ of any International Provision Co., Brooklyn Do you call dat fair? Yiu tester

t "t4 When the committee had returned I Officers and Attaches this overshlpment' has added to and kind shall be bought, except throw- I N. y. ; Interstate Packing Co., Winona, hear of a Sherman doing irw\, ike

:. I. and made its report and the members lion. Geo. II. Wilder of Hillsborough aggravated the decline. outs, at less than $16.SO per hundred Minn. ; Iowa Packing Co., Des Moines, dot Den dey vare done gti naski
) ..I of the senate filed in behind it, Mr county, speaker pounds. The average of packers' la.; Powers Begg Co., Jacksonville, chust like dey vas afraidt thow< for

A Watson of 1 Dado moved that Senator R. A. Green of Bradford< county, The Information of the Departmentof droves to be construed as the I Ill.[ ; Kingan & Co., Indianapolis lad. ; face.Now

: t Calkins of Nassau county, be made the speaker) pro-torn Agriculture Indicates that the supply the total sales In the market averageof of all I' Krey Packing Co., St. Louis Mo. ; Lake be careful mine tint. :denis

r permanent chairman of the caucus, i i John G. Kellum, chief clerk. of hogs has Increased about 8 percent hogs for a given Erie Provision Co., Cleveland, O. ; Lay- any fighting keep in der ran. Did
00 t, This suggestion was heartily adopted,. E. M. Johns of Bradford estimate day. All the above offer find how all do>i Yinken
t. county, as- while the highest unofficial to be based ton Co., Milwaukee, Wig. ; Oscar Mayer you "
t Mr. Harris, of I'inellas county said sistant, chief clerk on Chicago. j got here ? I asked Von Hiwlenourj
"( exceed 15: cent. In. & and
does not per Bro., Sedgwtck Beethoven
I he thought that as this was a session | !Mrs W. R. Dormun of Suwannee We agree that a committee shall be and he didn't seem to know \nt'' As
+! "i, r, called together by the governor of the county, bill clerk. ['creased production over last ycnr. On appointed by the Food Administrationto streets Chicago 111. ; J. T. McMillan soon as you get dem all lick, ,,: f me

; ' state for specific purposes it would be Miss Myrtice McCaskill of Taylor ,the other hand, the arrival of hogs check the dally operations In the Co., St. Paul, Minn. ; Miller & Hart, hear from you at vunce. .V. r our

"t wise to notify governor that a joint county chief reading clerk.M. {during the last three weeks In the various markets with a view to super Chicago, 111. ; J. Morrell & Co., Otttun- vatter.

M I! ). meetings of the lawmakers was now in I McPherson, assistant reading :'seven great markets has been 27 percent |' vision and demonstration of the carry- wa, Ia. ; Nuckoll. Packing Co., Pueblo, _
'i T ) session and request him (the governor clerk, last during thecorresponding Ing out of the above. Colo.; Ogden Packing and Provision
than Salient.
a, I ) to appear before thorn and address I- Miss Marion Futch engrossing | more The ability of the packers to Co., Ogden, Utah ; Ohio Provision Oo* '
demonstrating carry The word salient means (1)) t/ind-
\ them such subjects he had [ period
on as clerk
( out this arrangement will Cleveland 0. ; Parker Webb& Co., Detroit -
in mind. The suggestion adoptedand [ heavy marketing of the depend on lag out prominently connplcuogi;
I ; was Miss Sue Barce of Clearwater, enrolling .the unusually there Mich. ; Plttsburg Packing and
being a normal
,. I J. a committee composed of Representative clerk. available supply. In the face of the marketing Provision Co., Plttsburg, Pa. Rath striking: ; as salient feature. of a land
Lewis, Watson and Turnbull W. R. hogs based upon the proportionate In- I ; salient points of an argument
.- t'I v ;, Griffin of Hillsborough coun- excessive! receipts Rome packers have crease the lacking Co., Waterloo, la. ; Roberts Jk scape ;
over receipts of last
::1 was appointed to carry out that sug ty, sergeant-at-nrms. last year. (2) Thrust or bent beyond the general)
'not maintained the price agreed
Oake III. Kobe & Bros. New
hi The Increase In Chicago, ; ,
? ) 1 After brief absence the committee J. M. production appears to
.! gestion. a Rogers, house messenger. line ; projecting; as a s&llant angle i
the month. On the other hand many be a maximum of about 13 York City ; W. C. Bouth& Co., Logan
ll returned accompanied by K. C. Lee of Hamilton, doorkeeper. per cent. salient angle Is a convex angle thai
u J ,, governor who exprcsed himself as i i Y. W. Walden of Columbia county, of the packers have paid over the and we can handle such an Increase. I :port Ind. St Louis Ind. Packing Cxx, la, considered tbu
an angle greater
) chaplain. ''price offered to them In an endeavorto If the producers of hogs should, as ;Jt Louis, Mo. ; Sinclair & Co.. T. M.

t'f ref )Eugene Hawkins, janitor. maintain the agreed price. The re- they have In the past few weeks, prematurely ,Cedar Rapid, Ia.; Sullivan ft Co., De- the \urn of two right angles being

I' of the caucus. Walter S. McLin, Jr., of Leon, Hardy 'suit In any event has been a failure'to market hogs In such Increasing I dolt Mlch,. Deurer- ? .roYlalam a measured! by an arc that exoeodi i

w / I i The governor acquitted himself admirably Croom, of Marion, Roy Miller, of maintain the October price basis numbers over the above !It Is en- lemi-clrcle.

y, q I according to the general; opInion Jefferson, and Earl: HenU. of Leon, determined upon at the September conference tlrely beyond the ability of the pack- -- --

n of those who listened to him pages. and undertaken by the pack. era to maintain these minimums and

t He reviewed the purposes for which ers. Another factor contributing to therefore we must have the cooperation -
I the legislature had been called together I'ACK UI1 YOUR TROUBLES the break In prices during the month of the producer himself to maintain -

I io, dispassionately but forcefully and Chorus has been the Influenza epidemic ; It these results. It Is a physical -
in the hearts of even those opposed of
curtailed consumption
has sharply Impossibility for the
Pack troubles in old kitbag capacity of thpacking
up your your
to him. His remarks are the subjectof decreased
I pork products and temporarily houses to handle a similar
another story in these columns. the labor staff of the packers over-flood of hogs and to Sad market
r. )norbimeRhetln-heluledchenpah nteD And smile, smile, smile!
,0... t about 25: per cent for the output. The packers are anxlous .
I \ As soon as the governor had concluded While you've a lucifer to light your The exports of 130.000,000 pounds to cooperate with the producer

I :r + t' I his address and the presiding fag, of pork products for October compared In maintaining stabilization of
ofllcer) announced, the conference ready Smile, boys, that's the style! priceand THE UNIVERSAL CAR
with about 52.00O.OOO pounds to that
1 see producers receive fair
Bar- a
1 for other business Representative What's the
1'/ It use of worrying?
took the. floor in in October a yenr ago and the price for their products.
ber of linker county, It never was worth while so
export orders placenble by the Food 1 (Signed THOS. E. WILSON
the interest of life long staple cotton ,
\ I'uck troubles in old) kitbag
ii tie ai'. growers of the state. In detail he re- i up your your Administration for November amountto Chairman Packers' Committee.The .

ri i lated alleged conditions and gave it liSt 170,000,000 pounds as contrasted plan embodied above was adopted The Ford one-ton truck may well be
Lr 4 I his opinion that the governor should And smile, smile, smile! with the lesser exports of by the conference.

? 08OOO,0< for November, 1017. The The Food Administrator has appoint classed as an agricultural necessity, it fits

extra" t i Urove's Tasteless chill Tonic: Increased demands of the allies are .,,1| a committee comprising Thomas

all that could be Teutons( vitality and euoiuy by purifylotf sod enriching : continuing, and are In themselves E. Wilson, chairman of the I'uck into and fills so many wants on the farm.It .

I {, P relief of the growers of the long sta the fclixxl. You can oon feel Its Streoilth- proof of the necessity for the largoproduction era' Committee Mr. Everett Brown
; is reliable bearer of farm burdens,
the a
plo ills. suggestion was that government mini, InvlVuratlnil EIf for the importation president of the Chicago/ Livestock Exchange
-d- contracts
t i ,t i of Egyptian: cotton into this. country asked. The Increase In export ; Major Roy of the 'ooll.1. not only doing the work
wits responsible for most of the ills. of : demands appears to be amply ministration Mr. Lords D. Hall of the
cotton grower, and he said ho thought POTATOES SIIUW INCREASE sufficient to take up the Increase In Bureau of Markets, to undertake the The of several horses quicker

it wan the duty of legislature to pass i Crop estimate figures issued by th", hog production, but unfavorable market supervision of the execution of the and better than the horse
strong resolutions addressed to the federal department of agriculturefrom condition existing In October afford plan In the various markets. Commission Farmer's

'', federal authorities, asking. for the discontinuance the oflice of Field 1 Agent San T. no fair Index. of the aggregate men are asked. to co-operate In and does not "eat its head

of the contracts.A Fleming at Gainesville, indicate that supply and demand.It carrying out the plan embodied In the Truck off" when not working.
there will be a record production of must be evident that the enormous packers' agreement. It must be evident

unique incident will be singed at corn this year present conditions shortage/ In fats In tha Central that offers by comml".lonl1'n to The aggressive farmer has

b 1 the opening of tho extraordinary session showing 14,!><>0,000 bushels as against Empties and neutral countries would sell hogs( below, the minimum established -
of the Florida legislators next 13,875,0(10( last year and a 10-year nveragu Immediately upon peace result In ad- above Is not fair, either to the only to consider the possibilities of the
!Monday. The duty will devolve upon of about 10,000,000 bushels. This .dltlonal demands for pork products' producer or the participating packers

"' d clerk R. A. of Green; the, of house Starke of ,representatives who was chief increase (is in spite of the fact that which, on top of the heavy shipments II Mr. Brown has undertaken on behalf Ford truck and he is ready to buy one.
the average yield per acre will be a ''to Allies would tend materially
the of the
commission men In the United
i in 1U7! to call the special session to I I
bushel less this
than last
year judge this to be from the way
the American Inasmuch so
order and preside until the speaker is I I Irish potatoes are also due to makea 'to Increase exports States that they will loyally supportthe
called to his seat lie will then as no considerable reservoir of plan.
i step i
record, a yield of 3,142,000 bushel farmers are buying them.
down and take the oath as a member,) being indicated as against 2,275,000last ,supplies exists outside of the United It Is believed by the conference that

f he having been elected November 5th I year. There will be an increase States It seems probable that the this new plan, based as it Is upon a

to represent Bradford county. !Mr. in the yield per acre of seven bushels., present prospective supplies would be positive minimum basis, will bring better FORD GARAGEA.
Green Is progressive and. I from 91 to !KS, and an increase of 2 Inadequate to meet this world demand results to the producer than average -

ing young Floridian l and enterprill,1, per cent in quality. The sweet potatoes with the return to peace. So far as It prices for the month. It does not
predict that he Will make his will total Il.HOO.Odi) bushels as 'Its possible to Interpret this tact It appears limit top prices and should narrow VV. & G. A. ANDERSON Proprietors;

( felt in the special and at the regular 'I against 3,500,000 last year ( that there should bo even a the margins necessary to country buy STARKE FLORIDA j
session in and May next. I ,
t April Tobacco is expected to reach a total i stronger demand for pork products ers In more variable markets. It Is

The large number of candidates for 1 of .4111.0110. pounds, an increase of nn i after the war and l therefore any alarmof believed that the plnn should work out
even! 1,000,000 pounds over last year'scrop.
speaker of tho house of representatives I bog producers in to the effect of close to SIS average. -

j dwindled to two by the time caucus Sorghum for syrup probably will peace Is unwarranted. by the outlook.In Swine' producers of the country will -

i 'I was called together at H o'clock yield only 120: gallons per acre its the light of these circumstancesIt contribute to their own Interest! by -

t Saturday night and lion. George 11. against! i 11.2!: last year. Is the conclusion of the conferencethat not flooding the market, for It must bo I'i

Wilder, of IlilUhorough, carried otT the I The condition. of oranges is placed attempts to hold the prh'p..f hogs evident,' that ""f an excessive over percentage -

coveted prize by majority of seven at 81, limes at 77 nnd grapefruit at to the price of corn may work out to of hogs Is marketed, In anyone

votes over the lion Amos K. Lewis Trt. )Price schedules are estimated at the disadvantage,; of pork producers., month price stabilization and con-

;C of Jackson county.Representative follows on the prices of the 10U-1'J11!)) It U. the conclusion, that any Interpretation trol cannot succeed and It Is certain

1 R A. Green, ex-chief period: Corn, 141; oats, lOS) ; potatoes of the formula should, be a thnt producers! themselves cnn contribute From Tacks

d clerk of the house, and member :210!) I; hay, 20.70; eggs 51. lirimd ionized( policy applied over a materially to the efforts of tho Up

I! Rrndford, county, was made oJ IonIC period. It U the opinion of the conferences If they will do their mark
of the without
( motion of caucus, opposition Merchant A Tonic Laxative conference I that In substitution I of the eting In as normal n way as possible.
t !Madison. county. I II Ia cleanM Out will remove the bile from the Liver and prevftum' plans of stahlll/.atlon the The whole situation as existing atprl'II.'nt
lheSy I.IMStork Subcommittee "f the Agrlnltiirnl / demand a frank and explicit
I or the stomach b. Lady a Perfect Uxsclve. -
James E. Calkins of Fernadina, I ,' .VMsory. Board ""K' '*ther with assurance from the conferees represented This is a HARDWARE store and we sell

i resenting the Sixteenth District, will I LAX-FOS WITH PEPSINIs IH| > -ipi'clally 11I'ltellVh ., t representsliven -namely, thnt every possible HARDWARE exclusively.

be president of the senate, and W. J. the D.... of a Rfllabla tad Perfect tsxitlv sliuuld accept the> Invitation of effort will be made to maintain a live
Singletary, of Grand Ridge, Jackson, '' which toon relieves Sick headache Dlizlnms. In- the Food, Administration< to Join with hog price commensurate 'WIth swine But we handle EVERYTHING in Hardware
county, representing the Fourth district lU">tlao.Stomach Trouble. CM and Pile canes I Administration. and the packers In production! costs and reasonable sellIng -
by a Torpid Liver and Constipation. Alwiytates from tack
I will be president protern.During Reliable Laxative la the treatment of folds, Grip determining the which controlled values In execution of the declared a up.STARKE.

Ud Influent export orders are to be placed. policy of the Food Administration CO.
; wart;; HARDWARE
at, the world resilent Wil- LAX-FOS V.TTH PEPSIN a Liquid Digestive This will be regularly don*. The Influence to use every agency In Its control toSl'll'lIre
son said. that politics had adjourned Tonic Laxative excellent In its elfert' on the will be to the farmer.
of these orders directedto Justice
System both > tonic and It U
a a at a laxative.
so. it was presumed that with the cessation just as good for Children as tot Adult Plesaauto the maintenance of the common object The stabilization methods adopted] Starke Florida
of hostilities politics would 1 con [ take. Children; like It. SOc. ,
but nobody sus-pected that one Maiean vene VMIrlne I Co.. Su Ural. of the conference, concuvred In
Ma, maaofactunca: o! price of live holts so as to secure ns fur
the other
would succeed it
so soon as Grove a Tasteless' chill Tonic.
r as U U powlbltt fair return to Wit by the Feud: AUuilnUtrutlon. and the




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each soldier buried in foreign soil will '
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[Live State News I "NEWTON D. BAKER, y '
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n .n..ww.ere.wnnreeee..w..e..rrn.r..r. I Follow, the Suggestions Here and Escape : -

Told by Our Exchanges. JACKSONVILLE liE A DEBARKATION WILL PROBABLY PORTCasualties Serious Illness a

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[The Putnam Lumber Company has resolution requesting the president to War From All Causes 236,117.It are taking: cold 1, and you start sneezingand
ken over the mill properties of the allow women to be represented by del- your nose begins to run, you've
'ummer Lumber Company at Jackson- egates at the coming peace conferenceat is believed that there is a strong surely got influenza germs working In
fine I Paris. probability that Jacksonville will be you and you should immediately take a
made a port of debarkation for troops few doses of Dr. Williams' No. 101 9V
The American schooner Abbie Bow. In order that the farmers along the coming from overseas. In this con- Tonic and escape a,spell of illness and
Li, sailing recently Tampa for Cuba lower coast of Florida may secure nection it is interesting to note that loss of time in bed. It is just what
fcith lumber cargo was lost at sea off farm labor the immigration service the Jacksonville Red Cross canteen you
jlassau. has extended the rules adopted sometime have been asked to hold themselves in need at that time and it works wonderfully HAVE YOU EVER seen a Lewis
ago, which allowed the colored readiness, to establish all night refreshment well-and quickly, too. The
I A big dirigible left Key West Satur. people from Nassau and other Baha booths. quinine in it kills influenza germs with Gun ?

iiv afternoon in the direction of Cuba ma islands to come here without hav- The demobilization of the American out mercy. The iron ingredient gives

n an effort to beat the world recordr ing to pass the illiteracy test expeditionary forces will be hastenedby appetite and restores your "pep." The -Or a Browning Machine Gun, a
period of time in the air. the return at an early date of eight magnesia acts on the liver and bowels,
Secretary J. D. Smith of the state divisions of National Guard (including eliminating poisonous and torpedo, depth bomb, a hand grenade .
gases excretions
Launching of the 3,500 wooden hull road department is in receipt of advice "h
division made of
teamship Mayport took place last from Washington that his efforts and the men Thirty-first from Georgia, Alabama and up Florida and making the body clean and a big mountain gun, a gasmask : M
Keek at the yards of the St. Johns the work of the department to obtain and national eight wholesome. Dr. Williams' No. 101 naval mine
) army a an aeroplane
River Shipyard Company, South Jack- the necessary authority to proceed regiments of coast artillery and two Tonic is a ready prepared prescriptionof : :
oln'dlle. with the erection of the Apalachicola brigades of field artillery.The a noted physician, the late Dr. G. B. bomb : I
river bridge in Gadsden county has Williams, of Quitmah Ga., and has
coast artillery regiments to be
Fire of unknown origin started in been crowned with success I
returned are the 4(3th( 47th, 48th, 49th, been extensively used for malaria,
These and
the colored women's ward of the Ar a host of other war features r
tadin jail Eriday and caused a damagef J. A. McLeon charged with stealingan 50th, 73rd, 74th and 75th. The two grippe, colds), chills and fevers. Get n {
$1,000. A colored Seminole was automobile in Georgia will be tried field artillery brigades are the 65th bottle at once and begin taking it and II just as big, will interest fair r
ally burned. in Jacksonville, Gov. Catts having on and the 103rd.: Eighty-two aero squadrons make yourself immune from the "flu." visitors this
Wednesday afternoon denied requisition seventeen construction compa-- All druggists and drug dealers sell itor year. '.; J 1 1I
The Florida Federation of Woman's wanted by.the authorities of the nies and several special units from can got it for you-25c and 50c a I
lubs in annual session at Orlando state of Georgia. McLean England will brought home as soon aa sub"titutes.-AdvI
bought an bottle. Refuse all Moot of them are to be shown under jj'
facilities available.
passed a resolution demanding an investigation automobile in Fulton county Georgia, transportation are I
at the state industrial from a man who had stolen it, but Mc- American Casualties direct supervision 0 f the Govern- .

(school for boys. Lean did not 1-know 'the car to be stolen. Total llth American, when casualties hostilities to ceased November , EXTRA SESSION : ment, thousands of square feet of x

The state canvassing board made T. D. King a motorman in tho employ were 2J: ( .117. This includes killed and space being required display them. t 4
ft he following corrections in the grand of the Jacksonville Traction Company died of wounds, died of disease, unclassified k hIf
{total of November 5th election: for educational came to his death in a very peculiar deaths, wounded, prisoners and OF LEGISLATURE : .,
amendment, 1,895; against manner recently. He was working missing as follows: you want to know all about the ''
prohibition amendment 13,009.; on a car of the Phoenix Park line Killed and died of wounds 36,154.
when the conductor says he saw him Died of diseases 14,811. conditions under which YOUR BOY 1
The Sebastian Ranch Company has swallow some sort of a pill. Shortly Deaths unclassified, 2,204. STARTS NOV. 25
neighbor's is
or boy fighting i
Ijiist completed the fencing of 7,000 afterward King turned toward the Wounded, 17l>,6:>5. your '
more acres of pasture land for their conductor and said: "Get another man Prisoners 2,163. visit the big War Exhibit at the
increasing herd near Bartow. This to take this car. I am dying." Missing, 1,160. --
Jnakt's a total of 14,000 acres fencedby .. Governor Catts on November 16th Florida State Fair. Jacksonville, Nov 27th :,
the company. I Theodore Walter Gerhurdy, of Milwaukee issued an executive order calling the to Dm:. 6th| and Former' National ContfruM, Doc. 1'-"
student aviator at Miami air SOCIETY TO WATCH ALL legislature; of Florida into an extraor 3rd. to 6th-Incursion KM ten ra All Line of 7'r.v.l.aW I
(aptain Fesser and twelve other sur- station was killed Saturday after- LOANS lIADlTO GERMANY dinary session on November 2:;>th.

vivors of the small American steamer noon when his plane fell in Key West At this special session legislationwill ; ..trYl4a: .:J1f
Yen rut which went down last Sunday harbor. The Dealers In German Goods Should ReMade be considered 1 relative to r
rescue crew found his a bone . .. ...
lotf (the Bahama Islands arrived at body pinned under the demolished machine to Pout Sign to That EffectA dry law tux on automobiles, labor for ,. .'. '. .f"'I'", .

J:Miami i last week after rowing 160 in eight feet of water. The student farms and other things Special attention ._-. '! ; .
|miles in an open boat. is said to have attempted the tail resolution, passed Friday by the will be given to measures that I t ) 1
dive in type 11 machine, which isn'tadapted National Boycott Committee of the will encourage\ returned 1 soldiers to \ '
Thirteen cases of high-priced bottled to perform such feats. American Defense Society makes indiscriminate settle in this state. ". ''' "" _\
[ goods, were stolen from the warehouse I lending by American The Florida Times-Union is making ',, j I"
I of Carmichael & Son Tampa last C. F. Waters, of Jacksonville, age banks to Germany a more or less haz- special arrangements to cover the ) Remember '
[ week The liquor was valued at $1,000, about 34 years, had a narrow ardous business from a financial pointof news of this special pension of the .
1 and the thieves pried away the padlock from death when, at the end of a escape spree view. It is contended by the society 1 legislature Trained correspondents It is the Official.,:_ i ,
[ the warehouse that the American :
to secure it. he drank half a pint of wood alcohol. depositors will furnish the Times-Union with detail
I lie collapsed in the street near a Sev- have a right to be notified in advanceof reports of ench session. The new Government i e
f insiderahle damage was done by enth avenue drug store where he had any intention on the part of the. coming direct'! to the Times-Union office Exhibit Put on i
tire last week to the plant of the Florida bought the alcohol. The police sent banks to lend their money to build up by wire where special operatorswill
I Teat Co., at the Meadows, north him to a hospital and a, stomach German countries, and it holds itself be on duty to receive the now Here for YOUR
I of Ocaln. The loss is about $15,000. was requisitioned to bring him out pump of ready to inform the depositors if their News dealers and news bnys are Benefit. .
The Ocala fire company with their danger. money is so used without their con- not allowed return privilege., therefore
chemical :: h t'ax
engine went from ,
up here to
I sent.The they order only the number of papers
help fight the flames.A .
G. II. Harvey, a colored citizen of principle involved is quite for which they have regular purchasers. I
Daytona is worthy ft special recognition clear," said Richard M. Hurd, chair- It is therefore not safe for anyone
meeting of the state road department by the man of the National ..
was held in government for his contri Boycott Committee. to depend upon buying a paper ;
week. This Tallahassee last hution of sons to the army. Harvey "It is analogous/ to the bill just from the newsboy at I 6 cents. Then
tractor demonstrations department will conduct has 12 sons in the service, ten of them introduced by Senator Lodge, provid- too it i 18 cheaper for you to place an I
Jacksonville during the fairat in France and two in training camps. ing that the public should be informed order with the Times-Union agent, ,
officials to find, the which best will enable the He further said he is the father of 23 of all stores dealing in, German asking him to deliver the paper tO x

carrying on their work. machines for children 13 boys and 10 girls, 22 of goods by having a conspicuous sign your address at twenty cents per week 'I .
whom are living. He has been married placed over their doors 'Dealer in or you may place an order with the [I
The Florida Federation of Women's five times and one of his wives pre- German Goods.: Times-Union direct and have the paper I i

Clubs in session at Daytona adopteda sented him with seven pairs of twins "Americans have not forgotten the delivered to you bv mail at the' -
resolution asking the legislature' which accounts for the unusual size of infamous atrocities of the Germansand rate of $9 per year.-Adv. : I I
grant the ballot to women. Also a his family what is more, their entirely Unmoral -. I I
and ruthless aim for world dominion 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 I ''
which Germany's enforced surrender + LEGAL NOTICES 4 MR. FARMER
FLORIDA STATE Ibarkation has in
FAIR I are under way. nowise altered. Everyaid + + + + + aaa + + + + + + ,
Nov 'I The first to go will be the sick and given by the allied countries to- NOTICE {
Jacksonville, Fla., 26.-Every. convalescent wounded. These will be ward building up Germany brings air montha after date torrent 1 will pr...>nt 11))
thing i ii in readiness for the opening sent home with the greatest nearer I the day of Germany next my vonchcru and. final account to the Hnnnratitff
possible war
,r .h. Florida !State; Fair & ExpwdIargedt expedition. Certain divisions exhausted upon the world" urn County A. OanKner.Florida, and Cnttnty. ank Judge for my nf final Hradford' din- LARD CANS<< Plows, Harrows

/ ttud most impor-, by replacement ",fear an admlnlHtrator of the I
drafts vatata of W.
tam event of the kind arranged in I only the skeletons until 01".1,11I" .".... ......_"_"_._._.....' HThH
the remain, are also RESOLUTIONS: ) OF RESPECT the Slh of A .. Walking Riding Cultivators
'southeast? this season and exhibits coming home.JGEKMAN day J. "I." .1.UNDERHILL.1015': ,
aireaay) are arriving and being Installed '; 8P. m". Admlnlntrator.Nf'TIf .
At the
regular meeting of All Bridles Plow
in the various buildings at the Lines Hames Traces
HIGH SEAS FLEET Friends ----
Fan Camp No. 168, Woodmen of ; ,
Grounds. I F OF apes IfATION FOR T'
1'more important gathering has' THE ALLIES I the World, held Friday night, Novem I'MIRII SECTION 8 OF rilAPTMl: 8H. Plow Collars
been assembled anywhere in the south-' London Nov. -21.-l'he British ber 22 adopted, 11)18, the following resolutionswere LAWS OF FIOUIIMN'ttre Collar Pads,
grand :
eastern section of the country this fleet, accompanied by an American fa hrrrhy given thnt S' A. Plnhotnter.' Backhands
season that Whereas, it has pleased
this fair. The !j our Heavenly ..
grave I battle squadron and French cruisers rnnil'i if of Tux ecrtillralo N 74, dnlfd th<- ;
necessities for greater food product steamed Father to take from our midst our tth tiny of Sept. A. D. 101 H. hoe filed. laid
out at :3
tion place new responsihilitnes on the ', from o'clock this morning late brother, Geo. L. Massey; and <*r American farmer its Scottish base to accept the ann f"r tax fired to lnmi In accordance. with For
Everything The
and for Farm
thE this reason surrender of the German battleships, Whereas the relations held by our Inw !Sold' certificate rmhraci the following
sessions of the Farmers' National battle cruisers and deceased brother with the members of di_,riilHd property situated in nradford cniin-
Congress, to be held in connection destroyers. A wireless the Woodmen lodge render it (y I'I. rlda, tot: 1
with the fair will be of the dispatch this noon reports that it that should proper \.n.. In NW Quarter of SW' Quarter R Get My Prices !
utmost got in touch we place on record our of Mnin
importance. with the German ships ap- mrrat. and N. of It. M I.evi>rrtt &
The United States must this morning and that the preciation of his services as. a Wood ('" and W. of A. C. I.. Railway or mock"M"
lor a considerable time to come feed seizure is men; therefore be it in, Worthlnitton. ",'e. 2M. T... 5, 8. R. 1't
thi, world that the organized being carried out according to plan. I K ,fieri*. The aid land clnif t ...**..?.d at
ments of civilization : govern i The fog which had enveloped the Resolved That in'the death of Ilro. Itlute' of the Issuance of such certificate In DeWIIT C. JONES''
and,. the may preserved) grand fleet for three Massey the lodg loses a brother always th i,'ime of Unknown.I .
farm days cleared last .
congress will be an im- to the I n.e old certificate ahall be redeemed ancijrliiitf -
P''>:ant factor in acquainting the agricultural night and this morning the weather ready help needy and dis to law tax dnnl will |issue thereon on
population of the was dull with a slight haze. tressed; an honest and upright man. the '!'nd day of Decemher, A. I>. 1018.Ytitnemi Starke Florida '
country with my official ai lunaturu and seal) thla '
thisi The Resolved That the lodge i ith.
: needs and requirements. fleet which is to witness the tender its .. -'in day of October A i
')legates to the congress will come seizure consists of some 400) ships including sympathy to the bereaved family of I
from every state official representof / sixty dreadnaughts, fifty I light our deceased brother in their sad af 'iSal)
of all cruisers fliction. 11.1-tt. .
the allied nations are ex- and nearly 200 destroyers.
PC 'ti-d to he present, Canada will send Admiral Sir David Bcntty, commander l Resolved That these resolutions be
a' 'large delegation and the South and of the fleet Is on the queen Elizabeth. spread upon the pages of the minute
"ntral American Republics will send The German warships surrendered book of the lodge and a copy be sent

high thE officials here to participate in to Admiral Beatty today were eight the family of our deceased brother. N. T. RITCH. Pres. W. T. WEEKS, V-Pret. J. II. RITCH Cashier
deliberations. battleships ,
Prominent men and six battle cruisers and
women representing various government eight cruisers. EVER SALIVATED BY ,
departments also will be present. There remains to be surrendered two
Thr i 'congress promises to assemble in battleships which are under repair, CALOMEL? HORRIBLE!
an several thousand dele atp... and fifty modern torpedo boat destroy- -
Every feature of the fair will be of ers Starting Right .
of high( standard. The county exhibits, Acts Like Dynamite un a Sluggish

which there will be at least a dozen !SOLDIERS WHO DIED I.V FRANCE Liver and You Loci::
ho representatives WILL
aL"Florida'. The. .big government official a Day's Work.

"and''?"Ida dE'velopment.snowing agricultural the government progress war Senator is War Fletcher Department'Informed That Plan. Such should There's take no reason way a person The fight is half won when you get the RIGHT START. To the .

exhibit sickening, salivating cal-
poultry and farm swine machinery displays all livestock will be, omel when 60 cents buys a large bottleof young business man, nothing is of so much importance as
of Senator D. U. Fletcher has Dodson's
the greatest interest. The received Liver Tone--a perfect
ment features will be of amuse a letter from N. D. Baker secretary of substitute for calomel.

Pollack Brothers generous famous proPortions war, stating that the department is It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid A BANK ACCOUNTIt
bring home the
World bodies
At Home Shows have of which will start
been .
en- all soldiers who your just as surely
?ared..for( the died in France. The, I
Midway calomel
attractions and secretary's letter as but It doesn't make
addition there to Senator Fletcher you
will be a number of is as follows: sick and can not salivate.

daily Special free railroad acts of rates exceptional merit. "My Dear Senator-In to your Children and grown up folks can may be small at first---doesn't always need to be large, but it should

have round been trip rates granted from Florida allowing points low toward inquiry as having to what the action bodies rely of be the taken sol- is take perfectly Dodion's harmless.Liver Tone, because it carry all his CASH transactions. Every payment should be made
by the
States( Railroad Administration.United returned diers who are buried on foreign soil Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is through it.IT'S (
United States for Interment and
mercury attacks bones. Tak.
110\1 EW.\RO MOVEMENT: OF matter has, I beg to inform you that this a dose of nasty calomel your today and yon HELPFUL---IT'S STABILIZING-ITS ENCOURAGING.
received .
AMERICANS: HAS BEGUN sideration by this department.very careful Every con will feel weak sick, and nauseated tomorrow This Bank wants your checking account--LARGE OR SMALL
While possible safeguard hat been lose a day's work.
the a* an effective military force to Identify each body and exercised wherever Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver i

the homeward American army remains intact practicable each grave has been plainly Tone instead and you will wake up BRADFORD COUNTY
movement has BANK
*Kun. already marked and a careful record made feeling great. No more biliousness
{ Construction of
kind bat of its
been name of constipation, sluggishness!
occupant I headache
stopped and organization ,
erlea cancelled where contracts possible and and dellv.the the name and to which he belonged and coated tongue or sour stomach. Your Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
men hose address of the druggist
services these relative. nearest says if you don't find Dodeon's ,
and other lines of activityyare either I "You Liver Tone act better than hor- ESTABLISHED 1889 '
can rest
enroute to port or plans for their em- ,as It la possible assured to do that as soon as rible calomel your money is waiting STARKE FLORIDA
-- a _,_ BO, the body of for yon.


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W;::Ao'rw=::. :::'. : :t: home of Blair came to my office. She
'' Hull spent Sunday in Brooklyn. I .'......t.. t.ssa.i .. with a WE BUY OLD FALSE Greatly Benefited by
% ''" Bradford County Telegraph I Cecil Moore, of Starke, spent Saturday ::. said she had been haunted her distracted I I We pay from $2 to $35 per set (bro- Tabets.] ChalllberlaiAi
secret that driving
and Sunday here with his re was also actual value "I am thankful for
par- ken or not). We pay th
---. ---- ------- mountaineer load ,
- -- -- -- --- -- -- Mr. an,1Irs.: 1) W. :Moore Her cousin, a rough received
ents by
I using
+ Published Weekly, and entered an eec- Ben Sasser was a visitor to Hampton TheVindication named Zel Danvers had been visitingher for diamonds old gold silver bridgework lets About{ two ChamJerlll1l1', Tip
oad class matter at the post-omce at ,, Sunday morning. : q for a week. The night of the murder Send at once by parcel post and gan taking them year I .K, < when I be.

't ;i Starke Florida. Samuel Woodard was a visitor to : acting strangely and excited, het I receive cash by return mail. Mazer's great deal from distress-' .uCCerlnr{ ,
Starke u :: his after
Sunday. hod come home and hurried to I estm"
=- - I :Moorer have 1 X 2007 So. Cth. and from headache and a tires ,
II. E. and family re- room. The next morning she found Tooth Specialty, Dept. ang1ljf
i 1 Editor and Owner. turned from Jacksonville where he has : : feeling due to Indigestion
t E. S. MATTHEWS I his strange behavior and
I him gone. Connecting St. Philadelphia] Pa. a torpl4
; : liver
: Chamberlain's
been for few months employed in one ki Tablet
Editor. a .3. is -
9p J. C. ROBINSON Associate with the tragic event of the
; l odd
: =
of the shipyards of that city. I these disorders in a short
Theressa witnessed an unusual at- I iii i night the suspicion forced Itself upon The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Mead since time IJ4!

II traction Monday afternoon when five >$i i:: her mind that Zel Danvers a memberof BcfiuM of IM tonic and laxative ,effect LAXATIVE taking two bottles of thel\1lb1\

y'' YEMf3ER 19 j, aeroplanes went over our burg right I ': By Saidee EjteDe BalcomCopyrlbt : 'B community noted for Its lawless by UKOMO wttheuttwainq QUININE' (Tablet nrrvouaneuorrlndoe) can be taken health has been good." writes Mrw.I
; anyone .
after the other. | 3s:a deeds, might have been concerned In i, In: the head.: E.W.GROVES alftmturaoa: box. Sea M. P. Hnrwood, Auburn. N Y
t T uaa a trwa ran ear. rwa : : e. I
wife business
Ben Sasser and' were I I of the murder. The

visitors: to Hampton :Monday after-I C,..'....'..tflan...................." .........................uJo'........................";................:.".. .:i.Jo'Jo' .:;:.:::."..'....t......<....",....'......... ties some of knowledge relationship were not strong ,,

noon. ( 1917.Western Nn.epap.r Union.; enough to silence her conscience. "I
W :M. Brown and family] have mov- { have learned where Danvers can be ,.

''i 345 b 7 89 ed three to miles the Green northwest farm of about Starke.two We or The shades of the house were lowered i found. It Is almost worth a man's lire Representative Wanted

and the place bore a general atmosphere -
to Invade the community In which he
wish them success in their new home.
1011121141516' of gloom. In one room, alone
::1 Blanton Owsley, of Jacksonville,I lives with hostile Intent, but he must
and her tears) falling as she mechanIcally
spent Saturday and Sunday here with be seen, his story wormed out of him. For Delco-Light Plants
counted the stitches In -
ux 171819 20212 23 his mother, :Mrs. J. E. Owsley. : some embroidery If necessary he must be kidnaped and

; I re Mr. and Mrs. I'len Geiger! of Wal she was working at Myra brought here. Will you undertake tile

do, spent Sunday here with her par- Lane bent her bead like a crushed beIng commission? You will be well pro- Delco-Light is the complete light and
ents, }II'. and Mrs. Madison Hall. consumed with a woeful misery p\\t.
vided with a In furthering
money power
\ \ -- for which there seemed to bo no surcease such a plan." plant for farms, stores schools, churches, cottnn

1f. We guarantee to save you I|' Alwyn Prescott arose to his feel | gins and similar places.
F { : f.. The corn crop of 1918 is said to he A mile away, confined In a prison
on whatever There was a glowing flicker of resolve Delco-Light furnishes plenty of bright
some money you clean
f I p: 400 million bushels short of last year'scrop. cell her father paced up and down the ,

d e I, '' ." buy-Try us and be convinced.Nat narrow confined space comprehendingthat should and enthusiasm never come In back his," he eyes.said"If sImply I safe electric light; power for pumping water

a t 6 a II,.ttB bid Sternberg.HAMP'ION. If within a week some evidence In "tell Miss Lane that I was glad to '< operating separators, churns grinding mills ana
,1 During the past week spinners hIs favor was not produced he was at I'
ti" ''I t 65 cents for Sen Island cotton in Savannah : the mercy of a jury composed of men be of service to her: | other machines.

,,, 4 ) and the bid was rejected. likely to follow the Influence of Ignorance "Prescott," liplike the old lawyer, and Good Business
vl. t Looks like our cotton will yet bring a'F'f Kiniri I there was a tremor: In his) tones "I i Opportunity For
Hampton, Nov. 29.-Rev. N. T and prejudice.A .
fancy price. wish I had a son like you 1" I Wide-Awake Man With Limited
; of Starke was the guest of friend square away, a man who bad ju t Six days later Alwyn Prescott trod
t here Sunday left the forlorn prisoner, his hands
1 for food to the of ravine hundred miles Every farm and suburban home needs Delco-
; "l -. The program exports edge a a
.i Mrs.: Vida Wynn left Saturday for clasped behind him, his walk slow and
Europe culls for an increase of 67 percent from howe, with buoyant step and Light. There hundreds of
I a Galloway are Delco-Light
a ; and fats. This fact her: home at : accompanied by measured his eyes bent to the ground,
in meat proud confidence of soul. Within an
her mother Mrs. Frank Hicks.
t; r should cause Bradford county farmers was revolving over and over In his prospects in'your town and county.
t Inner pocket he curried that which
fight againstthe Mrs DoBhn Johns-Dyal, of Jacksonville mind a plan to assist the client he had Florida
to give the hopeless : : dealers in Delco-Light
t' up
14f would free Mr. Lone from all charge of are unusually
returned to her home during the
boll weevil and turn their atten- just left. Lawyer John Bird fancied
d ., ... tion to hop raising. A crop of merchantable week, after an extensive visit here. he saw a single gleam of light In the crime, end would bring joy and healingto successful. The business' is clean pleasant, prof.

6'' Ai be raised as quickly Rev I.. A. Rawls, of Lake Butler, the crushed heart: of the woman ha itable and well-established.
pigs can vogue dimness of the environment of want a good
l was a pleasant visitor here Monday loved. I
lr : ] as a cotton crop cnn be raised. The the unfortunate man accused of mur- I
land that has heretofore produced cotton while* returning from his appointment I lie had been so anxious to reach in your territory. To the right

I d will pasture the pigs lit Baptist Lawtev.r} lstorate.. where he- has accented the,I der.Ills steps led him to the lobby of a home with his glad, wonderful news, !tI man we will make a liberal proposition

that he had essayed to walk a shortcut
r r:t f L. D. Brown left Tuesday for Tam- hotel, where he sat down In one of the Write, wire or phone for particulars.
told l wild desolate stretch to
has across
'JI Telegraph frequently a
pa where he has accepted a position.Rev. armchairs at rest to continue his cogI-
Bradford county farmers that by reach the nearest railroad station.
t Barr filled his regular CLAUDE NOLAN
ap- tations. Grouped together a few feet
I IiItO'kinlImproved: hogs and giving Thus proceeding suddenly his foot ,
pointment at the Methodist church
r. In casual. conversation
t .rJ, them fairly good care they can pro away engaged caught on a vine. He plunged forward
.1&, duce 200-pound hogs at ten months of Sunday, preaching to a large and appreciative and at times joking and reciting droll Dalco-Light t Distributor For Florida
audience.A fell nearly thirty feet was
r b" -t/" age. At the pig club contest held Inl' regular communication of Hampton stories,, were four young men. Lawyer stunned by the full and returned to 316 Main Street.JACKSONVILLE ,
\ this statement Bird knew them and had nodded he
Starke a few days ago: as
t Lodge will be held Thursday evenIng -
to find himself bruised }'LRJDASee
r t'' I \ \, was abundantly proven. A red Duroc Dec. 5th. All members are requested passed them. lie raised his head as he
I and and Ha
bleeding broken.
r : 7 months and 21 days old that seated and his wise critical one arm
iI, J. \ pig to be present as the annual himself ,
had ]ondl'llln a sort of Immense pit or
fir"t had had only fairly good care weighed :
election of officers will be held and eyes took them In as though their pres. 1r
A litter mate of this shut-In encased within almost
181! pounds. space
) one building trustee appointed.Mrs. ence suggested some Idea in relation to
rt' .;. " pig that had been pampered weighed 11. B. Weest is acting principalof his present train of thought. perpendicular walls of rock. He chilledas
{ w f; 2115! pounds. he realized thnt there was no hope
; : the High School while Prof. Greenis lie was a keen observer of humanity

l in Tallahassee attending the extra and an expert analyst. While each of of getting out of this grewsome prison

(j' \ '. Whether: Bradford county farmers Hessian of the state legislature. The of place unaided.
Y the young men was a different tem-
., .4 I,1t I share in the prosperity of the next attendance is good and everything ofa The day passed In weary solitude.
they were on an
perament average
p \, \ few years will depend entirely on moving( along nicely.] Night came on. It was the next morn-
'L themselves.: If they continue slag J. J. Lester and family left duringthe respectable well-behaved class. The Ing when Prescott was surprised and

PIw'r; r: to raise crops that the demand is week for their new home at Bowden Inflection of their tones caught his startled to see a hunting dog appear

,i for they will enjoy none of the pros Ga. Mr, Lester has sold his prop bearing.
suddenly. animal, holding one
fi I f perity. If they will use good business erty here to Mr. Potts until recentlyof Ned Wing, the fat jolly fellow of up
jr ;j"'r foot
t limped appealtngly toward him.
f I judgment and go In for the things Fulton, Missouri. the group uttered a bluff, hearty "Ila I

., t ? I that the world needs and must have Dal" at the relation of a funny story Whence had It come? through what
e+ J \ they will be prosperous. The supply Special Sale on Boys' Suitsat Indicating little depth of character out hidden Inlet?
; f of meat is short and the world must Prescott found a long thorn deeply
\ side of taking things as they I
l ; have meat. Hog raising Is the thing Stump's. came Imbedded In the foot of the dog and
ti ft, ; 'I that our farmers should turn their attention with a trend of mind dlmcult to Im- removed It. The animal licked his'' .

.lisp 1 i if '. to at this time. Don't wait to KAIFOKD press with any sense of responsibility hand in gratitude. He followed If as It .tt'4
r until the serious attention to the practical
supply or
if" .r/.. get Into the business started to leave the spot. It crawled
!, with the demand. Get into things of life.
.o\! catches up Raiford, Nov. 29.! -Mr. Whitehurst through a vine-covered, space he had
it now. of Sparks, Ga:, {is in town this week Frank Carter, with his Indifferent failed
i I to explore. Ills spirits rose as :
I buying a carload of hogs for the pack- "IIol I no!I" betrayed a cynical halt-
F' he crept forth out of his prison place.
The special session of the legislature ing house. hearted regard for passing events and PP '
+ o1L r r q If now in session could do no better Willie Andrews, of Lake Butler was to the mental view of the lawyer could Prescott telegraphed the lawyer -= These

+r t thing than providing for a state laboratory in town Monday on business. not be relied on to stir far from a when he reached a railroad station. In'

,t for the manufacture of hog Rev. I. C. Jenkins of Jacksonville, routine of selfishness In his comprehensIon six hours he was In the office of Mr. Z'Enginc

i cholera serum and virus to be sold to stopped over on his way home last of the duty of man to man. Bird. He carried KTs arm In a sling Features

the farmers of the state at cost plus a week. and the old attorney regarded him so- -
invested Mr Mrs. J. II. Garrecht of The "lie! He! of diminutive, foppish
i reasonable interest on the money and licitously.
and a reasonable reserve to cover Lake City came over Sunday on a visit Qwyn Lavelle was suggestion of "You wired that you had !good newer 1. Fairbanks-

depreciation. There is no good reason to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jacobs, Mr. his petty grasp of life. The fourth of he Intimated. I'' a Morse
be Garrecht Sunday afternoon the coterie smiled only. lie spoke always U QUALITY.
r in the world why money should returning/ 'I I "Yes the confession of Zel Danvers
appropriated for 4he gift of these antidotes while Mrs. Garrecht stayed over fora In a low, unobtrusive tone like 2. Economicalin
I whom I found dylug. He told a strange and
?ll to hog raisers Hog raising is few days.Senator a man who knew the art of listening first
business Blitch of the State Farm, story. He was assaulted with a knife fuel cost and
"' a profitable and vaccination and was a thinker. I
vf for cholera has long since passed the is attending the extra session of the "lie Is my man" murmured the law by Blair, who evidently mistook him low upkeep

4, experimental stage. But if the state legislature!: at Tallahassee this week. I and and the for Mr. Lane Danvers drew. a re- 3. Simplicityand
y can manufacture the serum and sell it Rev E. C. Wells filled his regular yer arose approached volver to defend himself It went off I staunch

Ir to the farmers at a price that will appointment here at the Baptist quartette. ""Can I speak with you fora accidentally, and he fled. There Is the durability.

s I cause its use to become: general an ap" church: Sunday, returning to Callahan moment? he spoke aloud." document that will give your client his I 4. Lightweight,

for this purpose could be Monday. "Certainly Mr. Bird responded freedom and his vindication In the eyes Substantial,

I ", Justified on economic grounds. Mr. and !Mrs. I. D. Stone of Baker Alwyn Prescott promptly. "Excuseme of all men." jQ uality Assuredby Fool:proof.i

r' 1 county, with their daughters and Mist ," he directed at his friends, and I 5. Gun barrel
There was a sob of joy and from oh
f I THKKESSA Ouida Cone, were in town Sunday afternoon courteously followed Mr. Bird to some Cylind..rBore.
Inner room Myra Lane appeared. .

v t : Hon. .J. Hampton Jones left last seats at a distance. fairly tottered toward Prescott 81V.// 6. Leak.proof
Nov. 2-1\In.! Annie
i Theressa "I am In need of some assistance or ,
l thank him and to sustain her (; 'bion.
K Russell of Jacksonville is making her week for Tallahassee to attend the extra standards camp
.. rather the
co-operation spoke lawyer
session, of the legislature called caught her In his. good arm, and there 7. Complitt
home here for while.
a i and the clear, earnest of this famous .
gravely, throughout "Z"Engine
+ ; Mills flatten was a visitor to Hampton by Governor Catts. eyes she rested content looking up Into his with Built in
4r W. I. Roberts of Jacksonville spentthe the young man evidenced close atten Magneto
Saturday. I I face and murmuring the gratitude that for which 150,000
,; P day Sunday with his family here. tion. "I must find some one to execute 8. Moit. th.mKated
o Kiln1l'rVoodard was a visitor to was the sure precursor: of love.
(p r Sturke Saturday. II. W. Raiford, state convict inspector } a difficult mission for me, and I i i practical farmers have paid Power.

Daniel llatten: of Jacksonville, is I I spent the weekend here with hiswife. I hope you are so situated that you can II i Mexican as Travelers. $10,000,000. 3 and 611. P.

here on business. It will be recalled give me jour services for a week. Jam |
; The Mexicans of the classesare
I that he bought a small tract of ]land, I I Mrs. J. C. Jones, who has been" authorized to pay the person who '' poorer Use Kerosene

here and is now preparing to have his upending!: the past three" month with I will undertake the task the sum of one great travelers In American Service was proved b el0reCoal-Aim ii-PuIilUte

_ ti. i dwelling: started. : her mother !Mrs S. :\Morrell.: thousand dollars." states, like New Mexico and Arizona -Tops or Gasoline.Tho I .
chicken turned Sunday to her home at re-I they are to be fountl In the day coaches all this was paId-a
Saturday night a pilau sup- The announcement naturally startled money I IK II. P u.egasolineonly .
In numbers out of all proportion to
of the lakes ---
per was given on one Prescott but the he doubly ,
lawyer, as knew convincing record.
their of total population, and they
Among those who attended part
rooklyn. If for bar- .. Vo
9 you are looking had appeared: In some very Important Tfc.S.r fc
were Henry, Kilmer and Samuel are slnfllurly Inclined to railway journeys Get From tieWeheveiustthe
gains in first class merchan- cases where wealthy clients did not .
fi Wooilarcl John Hall Calvin Triest, In their own land. They are a
t Sam Swindel Arthur Bennett. All re- dise to Sternberg's. stint the fees "I am fixed so I can restless people with little thought for type "Z" for your

.;, ported a tine time.S. go leave my regular work for the periodof the morrow, writes a correspondent n sack you

t II. Woodard, of Jacksonville, LAWTEY time you name," he said at once. and wben they get a little money Quigley Lumber & Supply ge;prepared

spent the week-end here with his fam "Are "you sure I am the man for the through some stroke of fortune they Yo. to M o ii f

11 11. Miss Nellie Roberts a select task? I are as likely to spend It on railway crvict..
gave very
business visitorto STARKE
S. Roebuck FLA.
was a "I know you, and I have selected youas ,
Starke Saturday.We dinner party Friday last to a few fares to some neighboring city as any-
glad to that Roscoe of her intimate friends. The spacious just the man replied the lawyer."You thing else A Mexican: family boards ,
are report -
the ]little son of Mr. and Mrs II. D. dining room of the beautiful Roberts i, and your three friends know Miss the train with Its belongings tied up In .. ... c,_
homestead was prettily decorated Lane and admire her I well know. You I -
May, is. still improving. We hope the very varicolored bundles The old days of
for the occasion and the differ lore aware of the terrible trouble and .
as .
little fellow will have a speedy recov overland travel not no very far away, I --
ery. ent courses were served! it was hardto peril that has come to her father It still show their Influence In the way -- -

\(essrs. Joe Phillips and Arthur tell which pleased the guests the j may the more Interest you, If I tell you the bundles are tied and roped, with /

Bennett were: visitors to Starke Satur most-appetizing e\'cry thing they; looked seemed so loath invitingand to ,, that the whole future happiness of father hitches fit for the pack saddle. FoodIs .I Thanks To A Fire Insurance Policymany

day. and daughter
depuuds whatI
I upon always carried along and the cars
leave the table even when the dinner
I Tom Wallace
Mr. and Mrs. have
I you may do through my instructions in full of the odor '
are soon of It, mlngleifwith I
was! over. Many compliments WE'repnid
i moved back to their place here after "
'- several months' stay at Brooklyn taking the charming hostess during the their behalf. I cigarette smoke. There Is not I
; care of Mr. Cable's farm. ,, after dinner tete-a-tete for her successas I I Immediately a quick flush came Into much talk ; the lower class Mexican I a man has been s.:..*ed from ab, ,

t Miss llelle !Humphrey[ of Brooklyn I)i an entertainer in delightsome feast- the eyes of the young man a slight has too much Indian blood in his veins "at
i attended: prayer meeting here Wednesday ',: ings. Those present: were Miss Anna flush transfused his face his lips quivered. to he loquacious. Men, women and I.t I. solute ruin. Here's hoping you I

r 4 night. I IHev. I'anova and Mr. Leo Canova. of Starke ': The astute old barrister had not children: sit In stolid silence except: w have a spectre at your Thank givmJr> I IV

N. T. King, of Starke. has been: Miss Nellie Roberts Mr. George Rob missed hU> mark. Alwyn Prescott loved for an occasional outburst of shrill t of what
.""I'rh.Ir.: Jim Godwin, Dr. and Mrs. feast in the shape of a fear
called: as pastor of the Baptist church :Mjra Lane, although she had never scolding descending on the head of
hero for the coming Biggs niul :Miss Mae Biggs. Known ptS' i would happen in of fire. Haw,' f I
1 year. preference
I any more for his tome child: or a bit of violent bargainIng Y. case
Mrs. Alfred Evenden is expect.,1home .
Wednesday night after prayer meeting : I. company than for that of his three with a vender of sticky sweets at PQ write today. The mere
from Tarpon Springs where she you a policy
the young folks as well as the old, friends.I I
proceeded to the home of G. has been visiting friends and has writ a way station. freedom from Is worth more
up M.l, worry
I "The evidence against Mr.
Benett and enjoyed a candy pulling. ten she will arrive on train due in Lane I of the
Needless to say there was a largecrowd Lawtey 3a:{: l Saturday afternoon. I| proceeded the lawyer, "seems to show I Squid Meat than the cost to say nothing

I e, ) present. Several games were Anyone who happens to know of enlisted i that after a quarrel here with Matthew In connection with experiments in protection afforded.

t played and at a late hour they departed men from the Lawtey district :, Blair be went down to Orenhnm to deI I the drying of squid as an article of

q 1 for their respective homes, report whose names have not already been mum f of him a settlement of an account food., the United States bureau of fisheries -

1 ing that they had enjoyed the evening:, honored with a star on the Epworth : where he claimed Blair had'' has made several determinationsof

Mrs. D. W. Moore: and Miss Heady'' League Service Flag now in Grace M.E. '( grossly swindled him. There'! were high the ash
I water nitrogen, and fat and
:. and who feel
1' Croft spent Sunday In Hampton with'' church they are words, recriminations.. Threats passed i, ascertained the time of artificial diges- JOS. E.WILSON
entitled to recognition at the next service
I Itc
relatives. '| flag ceremony to be held Sunday between the two men. Mr. Lane came tion. Squid meat consists of about 77

Misses. Stella Cloversettle, Rose and' evening at 7 o'clock! will kindly hand back here that" same evening. Blair ; per cent water Of the solids, about ,

Viola Baylor of Brooklyn, were visitors ,- the names to Mrs. Louis II. Hill or to I was found, shot through the heart In I 5 per cent Is fat ?H per cent ash and FLORIDA"r.
here Sunday. Rev Alfred Evenden, pastor of the the yard, of hIs home HO hour later. ; 87 per cent protein. The last figure Is

: / D. W. Moore was a visitor to the church, that none of our faithful sol- You know what followed.: The accusation I exceptionally: high. Squid meat digests II

-II .. county site Sunday. | diers entitled to these honors be the
may arrest.: Yesterday! a woman more slowly I than herring, mack
__ \ i Messrs. Arthur Bennett and JohnIt overlooked. who lives a short distance from the erel and boiled egg white. \!

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EVERGREEN nnlan.l Ort I.Dl.lrlct loin _No.____I.__________ 138.79 Saturday SpecialsMen'sRibbed crop in the left ear, crop split upper .f

Receipts durlnir month ___-_. ...... Underwear and under-bit in the right ear; also ,
Evergreen, Nov. 29.-Messrs. Dawson \Vnrnintft .tailed daring month_______ 15000 $1.10 the one dark p
and Lewis Griffls were guests of Overdraft Nov. 1, llild _hu____ 17.21 suit. Can't be beat. See themat rutty sow, marked swallow
Bits of LocalInformation ( DUtrirl No. 1.Kulnnco fork upper and under-bit in each
Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Grit s Sunday. Oct. 1. I)m __u____________ 10101 Sternberg's.ADVERTISING. ear I will a reasonablo :
Andrew Wilkinson and sister, Miss Kieiipt.. dorm r month __, .__nn__ 1689 pay reward t
I'll Martha, were visitors to Mr. and Mrs.J. Warrant .Issued during. month ...... for information of the where- 1
W. Grills Sunday. Butane No\, I. 1\118\ ________________ 110.\110 1--------- abouts of this stock C. O. Carroll,

Mi" and Mrs. J. W. Griffia and children Itnlnnee' Ort t.District 1918 __No.____8._______... OR.10Ktci D Dukes, Fla. 1115tf. 5
II Virgie and Carson were visiting C--hV. P.r. 71.,11....... Mal !Mr. and Mrs J. S. Griffis Sunday. 1..II"d during month ......
IL Fry...... Ire .... co........, T_ :School::; Is progressing nicely under llHlnnco NoI.nintrlrt. HUH _No.0. ___n___ 09.94 FOR SALE Three fat hog, ready to Saturday Specials-A big

-_ the principalahip of Mrs.: Red- Pnlano Oct 1, 191D _--_________.... 12 nn..I"ta butcher, at G. C. duly farm. 11-2.!.2t line of Trunks at actual cost atSternberg's.
Ua awI __.....J durinir. month __n_________. 2.81
dish.We have new neighbors, Mrs. I Wnrrant fHmifM! daring. month .____ .
as children of llalanc Nov l. HUH _______________. ':'.78 FOR SALE-10 gilts, 4 brood sown,
and Lawtey.
I Fresh groceries. Hull's. PEACEIt Carl Moseley Dl.trlct No. 10.Tlalanca .
Those attending the cane grinding I Oct 1. 1018 .._____......... 1H,18RtcvfntM Duroc strain. Ceo. A, Gardiner ,
Is twilight now at home, dear. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.GrifHs tUirinir. month _._____.__.... 8.IS 1115tf.

Go to Stump's Sale And the tints in the glowing west I Wednesday night were MissesDoris l I. Warrant HalanM No Imiuprl. J. JtMH during___month______________..__. 12818
Are melting to soft shadows and Dolorous Rosier, Ella, Myrtle : District No. 11. POLAND CHINA male 13 months I
Across earth's troubled breast. and Virgie Griffis, Messrs.! Horace, Pntnnco Orl. 1. 11118 _______________ 28.01 ; COTTONWHILE
f Col. A, V Long and daughters, Miss This hour has meaningNow Carl and Schellie Rosier, Pasco Grif KiHHlpla during. month ..._n___..... 8i>.SJ old; weight 400 pounds. For ser
f||la !May and Annie, spent Sunday in a strange, new Warrants Inaucd during month ...... vice. J. p. Roberts Graham, Fla.
cksonville. when tho days are done, fls, Bryant and Rorace Redding Balance Nov. 1. 1018 ________..______ 6833
I For the silence broods unbroken, Gordon Griffis. All reported a very District No. ItKalnnca 11-8-41.

Though I call for you to come. nice time. Oct 1. 1H18 _________.______ 244'54 HOLDING
[ Rolls, pies, cakes and bread. Hull's. Rprplpta durfnir month -.__.......... ] 1
i "n... vua.: I l.. Warrant faimid during. month ......__ 611 FOIl RF.NT-I.'arm with fi5 acres of
You're away, dear, away RISING Ilnlancv Nov. I. 1918 ______________._ 219.41Dlatrlrt open land, either for sure rent or to INSURE WITH
You can trade your Liberty With the youth of many a land, Orl. 1. 1D1S\ _N._____IS.Ralane __________ 77.10 cropper who run supply himself,; 4 I
f You pledged Life with faithIn Rising, Nov. 29-J. S. Jackson made Roc.lpta during. month _____.____.... HO miles west of Stnrke. J. I.. Underhill -
ends for goods at Sternberg'sIf I country's noble stand. a business trip to Lawtey Friday. Warrant lunuort durlnir month ....____ 10.14 Starke. 11.22-tf. J. R Davis & Co. 4r
II I your J. Lewis is the last suffer Balance Nov. 1. 101S ___________.____ 67.86Dl
You were all that I had, dear Mrs. E. .:ricl No. 14.Ttalane .
A Scott spent Sunday with his Yet through the gloom I see er of the flu. She Is very ill at this Oct 1, 1918 ___.___.__..____ 170.27 I ESTRAY :MULES hnvc taken up at STARKE, FLORIDA ,
mily, lie i is employed as a druggist You were God's gift and my gift. writing. celiitA durlnir month ..___.......__ 4.80 my place one bay mare mule and .
I .Jacksonville That the whole world may be free. Mrs. M. J. Fouts had the misfortune Warrant iMUid, durlnir. _month_ __.._u- 2000 one sorrel mare mule; weight about
Ralanco Nov I. 1918 ____ _________ 111407 000( _
bad- pounds each; .both branded -- --- -
I of having one of her finger District No. U.
Hull's cut in mill. Pnlnnco O.I 1. 1918 _______u____. 147.00 Owner may have name by paying =- -
Bread, cakes and pies at It is twilight now at home, dear ly a saucnge Receipts during month _____......... export-Hen. Jesse Cason, i miles east
(tore And swift through the throbbing We are glad to report !Mr. J. E. Warrant 4.* ,,nid. durlnir. month .__--... 2876 of Luke Hutler. llSKSTRAYED ;! )-:!t. COFFINS CASKETS y
night Norman, who was very ill with pneumonia Balance Ni \' I. 1018. --_.__ \18.25m.erl..1 g
No----- And a full line of yUndertakers'
Price Men's Com<:rt e rush of shining memoriesTo last week, slowing improving.His Balance Oct 1, 1918 _._.n_______ 10(71TbTrlptfl -A I black mare mule and
Special on
Very soothe as a hallowed light. little son, Earnie Is now sick with during. month n_-.......... lurk red Supplies ;
Winter Top Shirts at They bring great peace and courage the same disease.' WarrantN iNKiurl daring' month _____._. A.4ft maiv came to my place cm
easy undone I Balance Nm' 1 I. 1918 ______ 102.2K Thursday, Nov. 21st. Owner will Automobile Hearite.. ,
With for the tasks nU ,
strength Mrs.' J. L Jackson, of Jacksonville,
DUtrirl No. 17. please cull for them and of
|tump's.The ] For I've found the star that led you who was called to the bedside of her Balance Ort I. 1918 .________._____. 21.89RfCititt feed and advertising cost D. e.Kerst'y. Always on hand. The best service .
To the field where honor is won. father, J. E. Norman, returned to her durlnir month u.un_____. Ill,29 at the lowest prices. Special II
W C. T U. will meet next Monty Warrant Itmmd. durlnir. month __n____ 1606 ll-lW-tf.: attention
home Sunday. to telegraph orders. y
.- Balance NoI I 1. 1918 ._u.u______ 24.13
afternoon at 2:30: o'clock at the dear Truman Inomas made the best yieldof l.trl-l' No. 18.
You're at rest, at rest, STRAYED One dark
uthodist church. made in this Balance Ort 1. 1918 ________________ 84.03Rrcolptu brindle cow, a Embalmer
With the of land.You've cotton to the section Registered
youth many a acre durfnir month __________u.. 10.A9 dark brown heifer yearling:, one red ,
won peace through faith this year. Ho gathered 6,000 Warrant tanticd. ilurlnir. month ___..... A.OR frosty cow and white male
j SEED OATS AND RYE-Cash & In your country's noble stand. pounds from twelve acres. Balance Nov 1. 1918 ________________ <8.67 one yearling DeWITT C. JONES
|arry Store. 11222t. You were all that I had, dear, Rev. N. T. King has resigned as District No. 19. with red head, branded W. A.
L. W.Klckliter. Balance Ort 1. 1918 n_____________. 48.UR"e"lpta on the right hip, marked half Starke Fla.
Yet through the gloom I see pastor of our church and Rev. durlnir month ..... 9.76 crop ,
You trade Liberty You were God's gift and my gift of Starke has been called to Warrant* umurd, durinir month.__.__ -- N
can your That the whole world might be free act as our pastor lie accepted the Balance NoI I 1. 1938.__- B8,28DUtrirt !

Bonds for goods at Sternberg's KATHERINE F. STILWELL. call and filled! his first appointment Balance Ort I. llllS. .No.___u 28.__________ 4024 I C13CiRt30iIDt l@3Pip QOBJQffiGiflj i>1t t IIiIlmO7t60IC1t11 tIIt1> tIl
Saturday and Sunday in spite of the 1I..lp. during. month ____________.. 1440 I .
This dedicated Mrs. unfavorable weather. Warrant ksurd durlnir. month _____. e a1t
Mrs! J. M. Alvarez and daughter, ( poem was by Balance No1. 1918 __ ________ 6471
We are having some disagreeable I
.Irs. W. II. Graham, returned home Katherine Stilwell, the president at very District No. II.

unday< from Jacksonville.The the Woman's City Club of Cincinnati, weather. Balance Ort 1. II>IH ____unu______ 16.391 I IRE SECOND
0., to mothers whose sons have made ctlptii durlnir. month __.___________ ,:
the ultimate sacrifice) The branch firm of F. F. Stump has Warrant iHHiitd durlnir. month _uu_. 2,Oil t
line of hats at Knight's Millin- discontinued doing business here and Balance Nov. I.District 1918 No..ii.__n.___ 1133 ItIt

yare the season's best. Call and the stock of goods removed to the main Balance,' Oe1.( 1. 1918 _ 6009ItiToipt T A new lot of seconds just
Aspect the line.Special Millinery SpecialsNobbyHats store at Starke. We regret to sees daring month __=-=.=::::::: 414: I

from 79 cents to $5,98 atI them leave and more especially Mr. C. Warrant Balance *Nov iHMutd, I.. durinir 1918. .month__Uh._._____u___ 40.00 1604 ceived: Rear tires, plain, $16; non h .

Sternberg's.Mr. T. Barrett, the business manager, who Dl.lrlrt No. 23. I skid, $16.50. Front tires, plain
Sale on Children's I was very popular and a general favo Balance Ort I. 1918 ._... .._._.._. 681* I ''
nderwear at Stump's.' rite.-Lake Butler Times. Receipt dilrintr. month --_...u_.___. 4.10 t $12; non-skid, $13.50.
WArrnn'A I..t duloe month 100
. W. Hayes is in Starke assisting -- -- ';i'nN; ;; ; .': j I' 1918 :: ..=:=... 81.20Di.trlct : e $ STARKE VULCANIZING WORKS
the tax collector. He has not Chil- No. II.: t ?
:Mrs. Adelaide Ward of Douglass Saturday Specials ,
left Lake Butler, but comes home in Balance Ort 1. 1018 ______ 0569Receipt
a. is visiting at the home of her his Butler dren's Rompers only 40 centsat dtirlnir month .u.u.. .. ..__n_ 12.72 I IlCOO lJIDIDIlImmmmmmmmIDmIDIDIDmmmmWClcmmmJmmmmIDmmmmwm.mmmcnmm: llmaJaJ "1 1r
rother, Mr. Paul E. Canova, ,Sr. car every night.-Lake Warrant funned durintr. month __. ,
-- Times.A Sternberg's. Balance Nov. I 1. 1918 ___._n_ 10827 I a
IH.trlrt No.25.. _
Dr. Powell's Chill and Fever Tonicor Balance 0.... 1. 1918 ...._ 11.89''
Chills, Fever, Grippe and Influen solid car of Bradford county exhibits FINANCIAL STATEMENT COUNTY SCHOOL Receipt durinir month ____h__nn_______ 147 r
left Lake Butler for the State FUNDS Warrant (HHUI,,d during. month .-...__. 7,20
ka, for sale only by Mitchell's Drug Fair, Jacksonville, Wednesday, and Supfrlrtcndc. monthly financial statement Balance Nov. I. 1918 ___. .._._un_ 2124
of Uratlfoni for the month of When You Come
tore Price 30c. county
District N. 21. to Jacksonville
what is inside of it will be hard .
to October 1918 Balance Oet. 1. 1018 _.uuu_______ 13109
beat.-Lake Butler Times. Central School Fond. R..lpta.d..rlnll month ._ ___. I
If you are looking for bargains Balance Oct 1, 1918 ___noOn .___..... SB.MRi.c Warrant fanned during. month nnu...... t
..lpUl during. month _____-f---208964 Balance Nov 1. 111111 _______uu_____ 11109
in first class merchanise Special Sale on Men's Over- WnrranU fumed durintr. month .. .... ...1741186Balance 3. Diitrlct No. 27. I SEE ( .
Nov 1. 018 ...__ ... n A0M1.h1 Balance Oct 1. 1918 ________________ 20971 I' Most Interesting
gotpSternberg's.Mrs. alls, $2.50 value only $1.98 at District No. I. H'eelp.durin" month __ _____.__.. 1674
Balance Oct. 1. 1918 ___.............. Hi.78Rcepipta Warrant ttmurd dtirlnir month ________ 11 76 I. Store In Florida '
I Sternberg's.OVER. durlnir. month _on_____. .._ 31.04 Balance Nov. I. 1918 ___-_______._ 21(70 .1Tjj lTi7'1:1:3. h'
: C. II. Abernathy went down to Warrante Untied lurtrir. month n' _u._ P.lo Dlllrlct N.. 38. ,
aytona to attend the meeting of the THERE Pal an"" Nov 1. 1 I'S ______rnn___ 142.117 Balance Oct 1. 1918 uun___ 88.28 45.49 W. Bay St. Thru the block!lo 46.W. Forsyth
District N.. ft. Receipt.. durintr. month ___ 1 63
Florida Federation of Women's Clubs flalanee Oct. 1. 1918 _________.______ IS.83 Warrant .lued durfnir. uuu month ..____ t ti
lust week. Johnny, get your gun, get your gun, Receipts durlnir month ___..___....... i Balance Nov. 1. 1018 ____ _______ 60.BO
Warrant issued luHnj moonlit . ____ 611 District No. 29. Everything in Books
One of the largest displays of millinery get your gun, Kalnnco Nov. 1. Ull'l ,-._______.... I'l Balance Oct 1. 1918 ..-________--___ 17.a8 I
Take it on the run, on the run, on the IMiitriet No. I. Receipt during month __u_____...__
ever shown in Starke. Knight's run, Balane Oct 1. 1918 _nn___..... 112.18 Warrant iltaueil' during month __nu_. 611 Fiction, Books on Agriculture and other f pursuits by reliable
Call P.' ref IH ('i.rinir; ; ,n"ntlt. u Ao 0) Balance Nov. I. 1918 __________u____ 22.23. o
illinery and inspect thejUne.l Hear them calling you and me, Warrant issued during month nn__ 191.RII Pl.trirt No. 1\. '': authors Toy Books Reference Travel
Ev'ry son of liberty Overdraft Nov. 1. 1918 ________..____ 19.78 Balance Oct. 1. 1918 _.__ u__________ 28761 etc. ,
; District No. 4. Receipt during. month _______.___...
Remember-"Every day is Hurry right away, no delay, go today, Balance Oet 1. 1918 __n_________.__ 224.65 Warrant lued during. month ..___. I '
Make your daddy glad to have had Receipts during month _____...__..__ 9.40 Balance Nov. 1, 1918 un--------- 2876 Commercial and Fancy Stationery
argain at
Day Stump's.
Warrant lamed durlnir month _..h_ November 7, 1918. i
such a lad; Valance Nov. I. 1918 "_______ 23305 Bradford County.State I {
Tell) sweetheart not to pine District No.8. of Florida I Fine Wedding and made
Charles! your Society Engraving in our
own ex-
Ensey, one of former
our nnlance Oct 1. IBIS ____un__.._.. 1)994 I hereby certify that the foregoing.tstrmentof i I
tarke boys, has entered the S. A. T. To be proud her boy's in line. ttfelptM diirinir. month .. .__'h._.__ IA,ISO the Ricelpt and Diburnement of the fund I clusive plant. Ask l
['" of the Polytechnic Institute at Au. Warranla fumiii) during month ______._ 20,on of Bradford County for the month of October.1D1H. to see samples.
burn. Ala. Johnny, get Balance Nov. I, 1918 nn____'__n___ 66.44PLANK'S ,I. true and correct to the beat of my I f
your gun, get your gun,
kn .w".... and brllef. I
get your gun, E R. poppBLL | Toys and Athletic GoodsA
Dr. Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic Johnny, show the Hun you're a son of CHILL TONIC County Superintendent of Public Instruction, +

[for Chills Fever, Grippe and Influen- a gun the quickest relief (for Colds, Grippe Bradford County.Saturday .
Toy Shop the round
for all faVorite
.a, for sale only by Mitchell's Drug Hoist the flag and let her fly, (Influenza), Malaria. A great system open year Supplies your #

[Store Price 30c.Saturday I Yankee Doodle do or die; cleanser and a favorite family remedy for SpecialsMen'slTrousers ,i sports and pastimes.

',Pack your little kit, show your grit, I 15 years. 25 and 50c at drug and worth $2, going at

Special Dress do your bit, general; stores. Manufactured only in $1.25 at Sternberg's. THERMOS BOTTLES A necessity in all
Gingham in fancy plaids onlY Yankees to the ranks from the towns seasons
Jacksonville, Fla. 2t I '
20 cents per yard at Stern Make and your the mother tanks. proud of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.Do FLASH LIGHTS, Useful everywhere and safe

berg's. And the old Red, White and See all colors of Serge at not imagine that bemuse other I PICTURES, Picture Framing, Artists Goods
Stump's. cough medicines failed to Rive you re. '

Mr and !Mrs Newton Jenkins, ot'anRville. Refrain __ I Ch-amberlain's Practical GIFTS for all occasions I

Va., are visiting their parents Over there, over there, .- .
:Mr and Mrs. W. B. Jenkins, on Send the word, send the word over mind that from a small beginning'this 'I KODAKS, Photo;Firishing i of the Letter sort

II Pratt street. there, remedy has gained a world wide

That the Yanks reputation and immense sale. A medicine =[ [ Mail
I take subscriptions to all the lead- are coming, the Yanksare must have exceptional merit to inquiries receive'prcmpt. ) attention ,

ling magazines: and newspapers. You The drums coming Women win esteem wherever it becomes
tumming ev'rywhere
cannot find a more appropriate Christmas ; known.
So prepare, say a pray'r,
gift: for a friend than a subscrip
tion to some good magazine. Subscriptions Send the word, send the word to beware rwii Here U a message to -- -- --- -- -- - --
uttering women, from '
Miss: Nannie taken for the Red. Book.. We'll be over, we're coming over, Mrs.!. W. T. Price, of ''
Howell., Public "I III C
And we won't come back till its Ky. nt-
over, fered with painful. ,.", II
Knit Sweaters and Caps-- over there. urii abe writes. "I got down
with a weakness In my Hold Your Cotton
the kind the babies cry for at INDIANA: lack and limb...I

I Stump's. felt helpless and discouraged. -
I have always been a wand'rer, . .I had about

For Over land and sea, given: up hopes of ever .
cnn your Thanksgiving dinner you Yet a moonbeam on the water being well again, when For
get fine corn-fed Price
turkeys at Pow-
.. mend a Living
ell's commissary, East Starke. Place Casts a spell o'er me, insisted I

I your order now. phone 123. It. A vision fair I see. TakeCARDUI .r

Again I seem to be:

Saturday Specials-Men's Fancy paints on memory's canvas Throughout the season the officers of this Bank have advisedour

Sternberg's.Work Shoes from $1.98 up at We Scenes recall that them we hold in days dear,after, Farmers to hold their Cotton for a fair price. We believenow

I And Clearly they appear, the day of the fair price is near at hand and we again ad-

'"If lrR.for:M.Atlanta L. Johns having left Monday been morn.summoned A scene that's times dear I see to me: vise our Farmer Friends to hold on for a while longer and not

serious to Illness that of city her on daughter.account of the Chorus The Woman's Tonic break the market down by selling at the present starvation prices. j,

Bounty Agent C. D. Gunn left Sun Back Indiana home againIn I began Cardnl. In It has cost about 50 cents per pound to produce long staple cotton win
day for a short while I taw a
the Bradford Jacksonville county to exhibit help look at after the And it teems that I can see marked difference... Bradford Cqunty this season and when a farmer sells at the pres.

tate fair. The ing gleaming bright candle light still shin along I grew, aid stronger U cured right me. ent price, he is selling at a big loss. a e

Stump's Store is loaded with Through the sycamores for me. have I am been itQuter In than years."I Wait a while and see what peace conditions will do for us.

Bargains.FOR The new mown hay lends all its frag. If you suffer, you can

From rance the fields I used to roam J means appreciate to be atrong what and It J
from: all Marke; 30 acres under 2 cultivation miles- When the I dream Wabash about the moonlight on Thousands give Cardul of wo the STARKEThe

ntumped (good buildings. In. -
credit! for their
quire at Bank of Stark 11292t. Then I long for my Indiana home. health. rood

you. Try It Cardul.should At belp all Bank of Helpful Service

Give me your subscription to the Pile Cured la 6 to 14 Days drugebta. &.73 .

Saturday Evening Pout the Country Dr jigidr Mood monry If PAZO OINTMENT fall. STARKE FLA.
>men and the Ladies Home Jour I to cure llcblnx. Blind. Bleeding I or Protrudlnl Pllea. CTO5 ,

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BE ON TilE LOOKOUT FOR pleading to the wife of our presidentto

ir FOOT AND:./ MOUTH DISEASE I that und.

I I Bradford County Farmers I In ordinary time; and with ordinary SOUTHERN
Prevalent Now in England and :May people we are ready and willing and
Appear in This County Any ''lime I anxious to lend a helping hand. We
r I -- I want to do our part however small, in BANKERS

I Warning having recently been relieving the EN
giwui suffering, feeding
. . . . highest yield made was tiO.25; bushelsper and tho cold l snap in February which I the Liureau of Animal Industry olll- I and ministering succor to the needy poor,

acre and this was grown by Wal- never fails to materialize f is apt to ciul in America of the existence of con. but when we read this appeal for aid,
I I II Itl'I' Smith. at a cost of '!'! cents per have a serious effect on the tree. THUSED
t. t.igious foot and
mouth remember
C' COUNTY AGENTS KEl'OKTS I I / disease in. we cannot but that it comes OVER
4 II i bu..h'I.Wrl Blackberries, also dewberries .should England, a brief description of the behavior from those same people who murdered IT
4- 4 I Takes Prize in Pig Club not be planted before the middle of of this disease should be defenceless old men and innocent children 1
I4 44, 4,4,4 . . . . . i In Santa Hosa> county the first prize January at the very earliest. If planted seasonable to Florida stock owners very at who ravished the maidens of

carload of { in the pig; club work was won by a about that time and given proper this time. France PRESIIENT AND
; : Lee County: First peppers and Belgium, and who laid in CASHIER
shipped from the county l lust girl, Libby Oglcsby. This prize is a care and attention a small crop can Contagious :foot and mouth diseases waste as fair a country as God ever OF
I week. The crop i it very good. i trip to the Boys' Short Course, but be had the first year and the second affects cattle, sheep and hogs; other I, bra,,talThese.. m. .ANn...- r.rnl'\...
election I'I instead, Libby will of course go to thoI year they will come into full animals to less BANKS
t, Osoeola County: The general -I a extent includingman same Germans heard not the ARESTIOG
.: f, recently held doomed the cattle Girls'i Short Course in Tallahassee. bearing.Fig and is caused by a specific germ cries of the hungry children la France I in
; \ tick in this county. About 6800! boxes I I When she took charge of the pig May trees should also be somewhat which spreads over large areas with and Belgium./ They heeded not the THEIR INDORSEMENTS.

k i iIj/ 1 of citrus fruit shipped last week 11, it weighed 30 pounds and in six delayed in planting. They are generally -; extreme rapidity. Its death rate is pleadings of the young women as they

(! Price for oranges (good. Some decline i months hail gained 214 pounds, or a of slower growth than peaches usually low. Animals which are attacked I were robbed of their priceless treasurenor Among the reunite 'n( ,

I "' on grapefruit. i I daily gain of 1.3 pounds. The pig and plums, but. a few days of warm and recover are left only temporarily I did they listen to the prayers of prominent people all ,, , -nndi or i!

t St. Lucie County: Farmers of this ,| was fed mainly on milk and kitchen weather in mid-winter is apt to start immuned, and are subject to the civilized world to spare the life of who have taken Tanhu' 'mild Amprj"

\ I I I. county now (retting away from the : slop, and had access to clean drinking them growing. with a bad effect later renewed attack after a lapse of several I Edith Cavell. for the benefits they de-"" 1\. d j nraised It
f I water at all times. S on should a cold. snap occur. months. When none are from it,
purely trucking game, and are we read this plea for food we more enthusm1'
,t I Lead Fathers I II S 'har
!b up the staple crops, such as sugar- Boys The ravages of foot and mouth diseases cannot help but remember that there two well-known south :tbt

,IL i'1 1 cune, coton, corn, etc. Livestock also I of Aubrey Hillsboro Beauchump, a pig club boy '! Pershing Thanks.) Farmers are constantly harassing/ European are at least four million men less to whose statements follow mrkm

: t being/ increased. county bought a pure- '' livestock industries. In France, feed in Germany now than there were II T. J. Henry president ,.f 'h"), .
; r '. ::' Clay County: The new feed mill I bred Duroc-Jersey sow pig last year The patriotic work done by the Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Rus- four and a half years ago, that not one kinsvilfe Bank and Trust t .' u Jln"
I 4 ; in operation it offering a market to paying $10 for same. She farrowed farmers of America has not been over- ala, the disease has established itself foot of the soil of that country has I I I kinsvillt Ga., says: " ,..
I nine piA's. seven of which he has successfully looked by Gen. Pershing. lIe has senta >o I was all print r
farmers for all kinds of produce. Several permanently that effective meas been torn by shot and shell and that i wrong some wa thpr
4 thousand bushels of corn have raised. Three are males and letter of appreciation to the farmers urea to stamp it out have not been they have had hundreds of thousands {'ouldn'tot''t right I toot anti
i '
. f' already been bought and will be milled are for sale. The other four are sows of America. addressed to Carl j.ossible. Great Britain aided by her of people from France and Belgium to i Tanlac and began to n, ;, i ,ottl.rf
and will form the foundation herd for
l I'' Vrooman Asst. Secy. of Agriculture. isolated geographical till more bottles Two
: both for feed and human consump isolated position their soil and grow foodstuffs. I put me In tru" ,I
i I I lieuuchump Hog Farm Aubrey's fath. "The farmers have furnished their has been I felt hani" mil,
. tion. more fortunate. By adoptIng When we read that appeal we thinkof perfectly well. \ s-,
1 .r::. !". I Okeechobee County: Large crop of er has decided to get rid of all his. full quota of fighting men, they have strict quarantine, and slaughter of the millions of people in America ago I took: the grippe; arm! 'd',\I ffekj,

I : : p'anutttot'rown.. The nuts were raised grade hogs and enter into a partnership bought largely of Liberty Bonds. and ullected and exposed. herds, she has who have denied themselves food, that down and out again. I h" iih- ttint

\U' I :". without fertilizer. and there Is a fine will with his son, and together they they have increased their productionof been able to keep it pretty well in our soldiers may be kept fit to fight. bottle of Tanlac and I :IP < "inothcr JMIJ
'J : crop. Farmers handicapped in not raise purebred hogs. food crops both last year and this j check. We think of the thousands of our best I unhesitatingly recomme' d rnrimt| .
"'1 them and Results of this kind are even better by over a thousand million bushels The disease appeared the and noblest ; anyone who is 1 to
",II 1 : having a machine to thresh on Amer womanhood who have gone,I, sick and "\ -i "
than if had sold all of his
Aubrey above normal production. From the- ican continent in W. C.
t effort l is being made to secure a I 1870-188u-lS84-1902- across to nurse the wounded and RfcElveen Cash
.j,.., Yo'. an thresher. pigs- /- and put the money In the bank. day of our entry- into the war. Amor.ica's . .11)08...) and. 1.!>14, and in each case its for the Riiflrprino. care S[S "'___.., .11.,...,....,.h...174..,u.\., I i,"i, s .> nut Han) Of

\ ,j\\h'' h. ,I .' Holmes County: Every peanut pick. :More Pigs for Sumter Ui ys armies of food producers have j lauure'L to b-icome permurcny. : estab Send theseG'rmans food ? No! not i "I have taken five bott''. ;jayii
, Sumter county agent M. S. Hill rendered invaluable service to the lished h' ben duo entire'jo' until there 'and have .. Tanlar
1 } IT in the county I is running full speed men is not an empty stomach i gained lift, i s "d.) _
1 ," reports that plans are being made to allied cause by supporting the soldiers ures adopted by the B.A. in the three weeks. I .
t fl\ i as all farmers in the county seemed I. officials at remotest corner of the earth, think it ,n a UN"S > met.
\ put a great many more pigs in the at the front thru successful Washington. icine."
even it in .
t to get ready at the same time. On account though be the heart of darkest
>> of wet weather, hundreds of hands of the boys another year. The. work in the fields _at home." When once introduced the spread of Africa. | Tanlac i is sold in Starkr. in i I' p
Citizens Dunk of Duahnell has
tons of hay have been lost, and thousands agred foot and mouth demise is aided by the The following from an interview of Cason and by one (drutriri -i J ,
140, to finance 2fl in club J'f
boys buying pig
FARMERS NATIONAL: CONGRESS: movement of livestock town in
t l' of bushels of peanuts are so pigs in that county. It. T. Collins. war, trade Sergeant Ruth Farnum of the Royal Bradford eount \ badly damaged they can only be fed to common pastures drinking troughs in Serbian which
t cavalry appeared in a---
.4 the cashier, is going to not only loan fee
Jacksonville Fla. :ted slur;, arils
: hOIlIr Nov. 2fi,-InI > l. halters, attendants the New York Tribune of November REPUBLICANS
1 money but will lead the boys. lIe conjunction with the Farmers' National e .c. 1 WTL1 .
r r Orange County: There are now 14 has placed an order for two pigs. I I' 16th expresses, we believe, the sentiments SON'S ,\ACTION:./ \ THE:
'? Congress, which will he held Dec- Symptoms CABLES
tractors in Orange county. Farmers .. of nine-tenths of the American I __
it'' ,J : \, continue to buy improved farm machinery. t I ember 3-<5, the National Farm Women' After a period of two to four days I people. Sergeant Farnum said: "If I President Wilson's
L. W. DOOM: OF TICK HAS BEKM: Congress will be held and reports exposure, infected animals have had actioi n \ilnti
'" :ii I A. I). Warner and a rise the settlement of affairs in Europe over control and
(t I" [I / Tilden each recently purchased, a manure SET ANI liE MUST GO from throughout the country in temperature of from 2 to 4 degrees every German above the age of four- cable operation nanne
systems and
\\\1'I \ : ; spreader. The Villa Stork farm ', show that a very large number of when fully developed symptoms ap I teen,male and female, should be draft was vigorously criticised expre I IKIWIM
\t shipped a carload of fine purebred Counting the work already accomplished women will be present. Most of the pear. These are dribbling of saliva ed, irrespective of class or condition the Senate Th| in
'. hogs to the Jacksonville market last in tick eradication In the state delegates will bring their wives 1 rom the mouth, which when examined I only the helpless bedridden be said by Republican ->-nr wto!
to it
.t shows exempt was part of a plai '
and the systematic work established, which will give them the opportunity blisters along the s S 'isk
week. gums, tongue I the women to serve for
t ".\ I Pulm Beach County: There is a 58! per cent of the land area and. 80 per also to see a most interesting por- I and lips, with redness. The animals six months and the men a for periodof permanent government ..w s SSIXTYF1FTII -i

I t 'J','i bumper cane crop, especially in the cent of the population of the state is tion of Florida and Jacksonville. persist in moving the tongue and lips I year. one a
1' represented. It also represents about causing a distinct ; .
Lake Okeechobee section, and the smacking sound I)
A *;lOO.OOO head of catle. There now i j GOOD which is rather "They should work on the land in
llli"" acreage will be increased another ycnr. CANNERS: : / characteristic of the the invaded JOURNED LAST Tllrn'lI\Y)
.; 4 0; Bumper crops of beans in the Lake dipping vats in every county in the I i I disease. Lameness is also present com sowing territories and clearing, cultivating -

"; i: section, ylielding about 100 hampers state and every county but one has Announcement is made by the \Var paratively early in the attack. Also the desolate tracts reaping and reforesting The second session ""f f 'h' '
J made appropriation for the work. This Industries Board of the the claws and at he of replanting fifth xtj.
at the first picking. Eggplants/ are Food Administration top the hoof the wantonly or "war" conres1'h'h! "
.t\1 'i', ; of splendid quality, and being shipped information comes to the Universityof that.restrictionll regarding the are break inflamed swollen and tender, and vineyards. They destroyed should orchardsand rebuild last December, ended at 5 ,p Thurs.gan!! '
in considerable quantities. Florida extension division form Dr. use of tin plate in food containers are out in blisters which run into and day Nov. 21st under .
all i ution
I repair damages d
) to
\ K.:: M. Nighhert in charge of tick tra- extensive ulcers if I towns and
no longer This neglected. which had .
.' ; Suwuiinoe County: Club pigs' doing necessary. removes all in When I villages should work in factoriesand been adopted sari! r the
well. have dication work in the state. restrictions on dinners and others this condition the sick animal day 41 to .
Farmers expressed a desire requiring' remains industrial concerns 18, and by the h. .- rith-
' :;' ..4 I' to cutting; out the piney woods On Nov. 5. the following counties the use of tin plate and the lying the greater portion of the The women should in everywhere. out objection.
serve the
11.. voted favorably on the compulsory and. time. In any
with relaxation is in line with the etidcav- cows teats and
rooters and stocking up purebred udder Since the .
foregoing works wherever third and I fin
! t show it might be u h: if
systematic dipping of cattle: Alachua, urs of the Government to allow fur the same characteristic
hogs. This county has made a us inflam/ deemed this '
-I : desirable. will
( They should congress begin in
mation sew < '
I.eon, I'inclms, ( Oadsden Volusia, swelling iavi
\!j r wonderful increase the past year in as pjHtiMo and as quickly as possible tenderness and bli>l- and scrub wash and iron and December 2-the adjour '
PolkIarion.: ITillsborough, Duvnl all freedom in the ordinary channelsof ters. Appetite i is wanting and do everything m
the number of purebred hogs. This flesh i is j of '
; Osceolu l'asco, Manatee Nassau Ilernando business. lost( rapidly in demanded of them until the ,, devoid many of the npivtii 'V 'fa.
is largely due to the influence of the proportion with the
sufferers tures
f ;'c se.1 from German Kultur usually .nd-
Jackson, S of were accompanying
extension work. The Increase of hogs St. Lucie and PoSoto. verity the attack.
t Vlrr The completely restored to comfort and lag of sessions.
Last spring Brevard Seminole and milk from
has made NEW BERRY DEVELOPED cows affected is dan.
i' more plentiful.
t ; prosperity. Every official and .
ofTicer -
lOscambia: counties voted favorably' on gerous for calves
i BY SALISBURY hogs or human
Marion Agricultural GROWER beings
County: committee I should
'p learn the
' has been reorganized. Each the work. Lake, Orange and Palm' causing severe illness with diar- bricklayer's and the { SIGNS PROHIBITION
committeeman chair Itcach counties have been carrying on i With the introduction rhoea. The disease usually stqneman's trade and be forced to re-
V wa appointed of the latest runs its build the cathedrals I
l i' the work for some time and expect to course in from 20 to 30 and churches President Wilson signed' thi emergency -
man of his precinct with power to appoint thing in Everbearing: strawberries, E. days leaving which have been demolished !
he tick free the first of the the animal by their agricultural bill
t jI two or more committeeman to by year. W. Townsend of Saisbury, Md., writes immune to future attacks orders. 'I I appropriation :
'r help him the work of that Monroe, Dade and Broward counties, that from strawberries from 'Ito 0 months. The mortality Thursday with its leirislutivirider
j, carry on now on will bea .: .._.._Un"
I' precinct. Carloads; of citrus fruits he- and a part of Palm Beach county. common dish for the Thanksgiving a uauuuy: low, out may destroy over "And furthermore, I would, not one I' providing for national l prohibition
,. ing shipped daily. The fruit is of a have been tick free for some time. dinner in most sections of the 50 per cent in virulent outbreaks. crumb of bread or other food or grain'I from next July 1, until the American
p" ] good quality the yield is reported to With such a bright outlook, farm try. The latest variety is named the In the event of an outbreak occur of comfort to be sent into Germany or army is demobilized..

he good and prices are very satisfactory ers and livestock men of the state feel "Lucky Boy," hails from New York ring among the livestock of Florida any of her guilty associates in Aus a -

": that they can make no mistake in buying Stuta and is a persistent fruiter from which in any way resembles the symptoms tria-Hungary, Turkey, or that Judas STARKE BEATS 1.\wnr:

, Putnam County: Preparation for purebred livestock. Certainly the eary spring/ until the ground freezes herein described no time should Bulgaria, until every man, woman and
'0 I the next year's potato crop has been day is not far off when Florida will hard. In all sections of the country be lost in wiring the fact to the State child in Belgium France and Serbia, The first football game of the season -

Ii- pushed to the limit. Fertilizer has be one of the leading catle states in where heavy freezes are not earlier Live Stock Sanitary Board at Talla Poland Roumania and Montenegrowere between the Starke High School

; been stored so as to he ready to plant the country. than Thanksgiving this variety will hassee. health.fully" fed and on the road to and Lawtey on the Lawte.v s ,urt Friday .

when the time arrives. No doubt the a I meet the popular demand. There is JOIFN SPENCER. --St. Cloud Herald. afternoon resulted. in. ctorj

',.. I N. acreage to potatoes will be rut down HAVE FKESII FUUITTHE YEAR no need to cover to keep off frosts. Veteinarian University of Florida, S I I for the Starke boys by th n If 23
materially, and will he replaced by ROUND I This variety should. it is said fruit College of Agriculture. DEMAND! FOR COTTON:./ SEED to 7. Ilollis Knight, for S'urKi and

W' fall oats anil some wheat. The wheat 'all winter in Florida" without protec- I HULLS SUFFERS. A DECLINE; I Fred Moore, for Lawtey. fontum'''' The
114 being tried out in a very small Plant Peach. Pear and Plum Trees in I tion. Size< of fruit equals that of the IN: :MEMORY OF FRANK TILLIS I I all-round team work of :S;> s rag

.4 J way to determine what it will do In Lute JanuaryIt I I very largest berries grown and quality WHO DIED OCTOBER 16. 1MS! The signing of the armistice caused -i well up to last season's tin Ire
I the section of the i is I'I'I the /government to withdraw from __
S potato county I good enough for a king. Is the
'" Large acreage oats being put in, some is a regrettable fact to note tho wry firm and will stand long distance Dear Frank has gone to rest fibre market thereby reducing .1 LEMON JUICE IS
: '. farmers sowing as many as :HO or absence, of fruit trees on the averageS shipping' better than most varieties And with God to reign, I materially the demand for cotton seed
J more acres. i Florida farm. This is to be most sincerely ; Plants are offered for sale by Mr.j! If we could see his smiling face hulls. It has, therefore, been determined [ FRECKLE REMOVER

I! Flaglor County: The farmers of regretted when we consiiler the S Townsend this year for the first time. 'i: Say, "Dear Frank, remain." that it will not be practicable
Flagler county this Yf'lIrot'rew 200( fact that there is no section of tho I -Plant City Courier. j I to longer maintain the stabilized priceof

acres of upland rice which will be :! United States, where fruit can be I 'Twas hard to give him up $20: per ton f. o. b. cars as heretofore Girls, Make This Cheap Beauty

hulled) and used, in the homes. The I Iduerd in more abundance .) pro-// It is important to get rid of diseased Though God always knows best I I sales prevailing with reference to hull Lotion to Clear and
than !I all the round than So let's be satisfied 1 is from the mill door and therefore
yield was more satisfactory. The I year right; plants in the full of the I as it '
rice was planted after the potatoes Ml' state of I'lordn' I Thoro year. And, don't say, "Come back to us." I effective immediately, the price of cot- Whiten Your Skin.
sanitation is factor in the
a big ton seed hulls
I is changed
had been from $20 to
I harvested. County I
agent In rural home in
the totat..1
; Heen the farmers !I every' operations. of commercial vegetable This world ia full of grief l .. I $16.! per ton, according to a letter from fa-
.1 1 advised to plant I S 'Im IK
4L. the rice in drills and, give it two cuiI of Florida extension division, growers.: I And he has gone to u heavenly life; I to l-'lorida the Food Administrator Beacham to a bottle containing 'h Ineelof

I I tivations and some of the farmers there1 is no reason whatever why the j I We'll strive to gain that peaceful shore county administrators.S orchard white, shake 0 'M

J followed thl.s method. However, some I table should not he supplied with fresh I With him to part no more. 'reck.Ie -
have of th
\\I of them who had hen accustomed, Get the Genuine j Writtenbyasister Nov Sleep and Rest. a quarter pint
to ,
,'. fruit every day and month in the year.Strawberries and Avoid _19. 1918. and tan lotion .II"' ' ion
) sowing broadcast persisted in using come on in winter and One of the most common causes of ,
the old method. While the rice has Waste SHALL VE FEED insomnia beautifier at very very n
curly spring/ followed by huckleberries THEGEKMANS and restlessness is indigest ,n1
I Your has the len '
( not been' threshed and measured there blackberries, dewberries; then I ion. Take one of Chamberlain's Tab grocer
is a very noticeable difference in favor pinches for about three months .during It hus been but a few months since lets Immediately after drug store or toilet con. ti', up.'
of the drilled we read of supper and see three of oivhn I" Ota
rice. the
Germans ply ounces
\ summer ( if the varieties that fruit sinking the if you do not rest better !
Economy and
-- 1 I.usitania and sleep few Massagi" 'I' 1
in succession arc selected) ; then jl'rai i Cake scores of helpless better.
AGKlCt'l.Tt'UAL: CM'Krt roe coming; in for two months, and n Every women and children to the hot- They only cost a quarter. fragrant lotion into till"' %

figs pears plums, and other van'ti torn of the sea. arms and hands each da> 'Ii' \\0"

Win he War Pig/ Club ,'" of fruit that it is not necessary MARKETING:./ HOGS- -- I' Also we remember readingthe feu- I Colds Cause Grip and Influenza freckles and blemishes disnp" md

In mention, followed by citrus h beats burying them. lures of this unspeakable crime I LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE! removoth.causa. how clear soft and whit 'h 'i k' ):
Some months Okaloosa tho fall and winter. Steve Hoover against: civilization There Is ,,' IS
ago county in :Mt. was thrown on the I only on. "Bromo Qulnto" comes in a little while Vharmless. it9T
boys and girls were asked, by county The selection of varieties fruit"l Pleasant Iowa, writes "Com screen in different German cities and E. W. GROVE'S signature l on boL :hOc Adv. >

: agent It. .1. Hart to join the Win the carefully made, especially on the menced feeding my herd of about 100 I was applauded to the echo by the Ger. I -

War Pig Club. The object was to take ruial honiv> plat. A special effort I hogs B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder over' man women. I -

any kind of II pig and, see how nice none should be made so that the varieties two months ago. Fifty were sick and Also that when the news of the same

I could be made out of it, in order chosen will come in succession so asto ,off feed. Nearby herds had cholera.' unspeakable crime reached Germany SEED POTATOES

to help out the meat supply. As a make a never failing supply possible. I did not lose one-they are well and the people celebrated with much en.

result, 252: boys and /girls of tho coun This is especially true of the summer growing fast.-Sold in Starke by U. thusiasm and made merry for
ty are now fattening huJl'''. A great fruits such as peaches and plums S. Jones.-Adv. days. many For Spring planting; December and January delivery
many of these will bo sold! and the also ,
grapes. We also remember reading of the quality MAINE grown

money pig spent for next In year's purchasing work. a purebred The time of the year is now at hand I' murder of the young and the old the Write for prices, giving quantity desired. We handle
I when should he laid for the feeble and the blind
plans setting
the ravishing
,, At the Unimex! Holmes County Content of all fruit bearing trees and svJ young/ girls and the enslaving of/ old Spauldlng No. 4 Rose, Irish Gobbler, Early Red Bliss Triumpn

boys participated having county exhibits ont"st, 4.2 of plants.!' Our experience has been that women-all the work of the Germans. New Crop Turnip, Cabbage, Onion Seeds and Set

I their 10 ears of corn each and thpircompl..te the planting of fruit trees such aspeaches And in the last few days we read We carry all the leading and standard varieties of Seed that have been tested
and plums should be
pears of the
records, as required. Theis delajed' until the later part of Jan- I .55 sacking after the of Brussels armistice by had the been Germans and known to be best adapted to our soil and climate!

I II I uary. The reason for this based ona signed and the selling at auction on Latest Crop Seed Oat, Seed Rye, Seed Wheat, Rape,
I number of years of experience is the streets of that Vetch
city the loot the Etc.
English Pea Beans
that when fruit trees are planted, in S Germans saying the ,
\.November December or early January those defenseless reason they robbed Our Descriptive Catalogue FREE upon Reque't
people of what
t the coming of a warm period' in little they still possessed, was that BLUE RIBBON LAYING HASH MAKES YOUR HENS MT
January will start them to -
growing. they wanted some
money to take back ITALIAN RYE FOR LAWNS
to their German homes.
:L-F--; 51% -
The Strong Withstand the Wiater I Now the
comes Information that the
Cold Better Than tho Weak '
l Germans
are asking America to send
You must have Health. Strength and Endurance them food. and the German women are
to light Colds.Grip and Influenza. I

When your blood Is not In a healthy About Croup.If .

condition and does not circulate properly your children are to
; subject croup
your system is unable to withstand the
if have
or fear
you reason to their be.
Winter cokLOROVES
I "
ing attacked by that disease : SI
you "
J Chill TONIC should 5
procure a bottle of Chamber-
II Fortifies tho System Against Colds. Grip .S Iain's Cough Remedy and study the OLDEST S
and ,5
by Purifying and Enriching -: 3
I tho Blood.It directions for use, so that In case of r cwc [ ESTASUSaEDSEEr 5
At State Farm, thoroughbred t contains the well-known tonic prop- an attack you will know exactly what '. WEEKLY PfllCE LIST I HOUSE III TLORfSA? VS'5
ertics of Quinine and Iron in a form At State Farm, registeredJack course to pursue. This is a favoriteand

; S Coach Stallion/ services guar. acceptable to the most delicate stomach, services guaranteed. very successful remedy for croup,

k anteed. ,' and is pleasant to take. You can soon feel and it is important that you observe
$10.00 in advance.
lu Strengthening.Invigorating Effect. 60c. ,$10.00 in advance. the directions carefully. I 1&

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Secretary and Manager B. K IUo
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fourde of the Florida State Fair Association To Hearts And Energies Of
& wm j
]looking ahead to the very Man And Women Who Have
E& &eteMfpROF Ii Great Work To Da
probable trade relations] which are to
be established after the war with
? Four little messages for
| South and Central] American countries, all the people of Florida. They

', has planned] to hold the Pan-American carry appeals] to tho hearts

International Farm and Live Stock as well as for the boat efforts r

Exposition in connection with the Florida of everyone In this wartime
period-something for all to
State Fair in Jacksonville from

a a November 27 to December 6 of this do.These are the messages

I year. Evidence of the wisdom of holding that the Florida State Fair
F. LAMSON-SCRIBNKR, ; this International Exposition here, Association sends to YOU.
|pert on Exhibit, United States Department and to which President Wilson la to The first one is properly ad- ,
of Agriculture. Invite delegate for the Latin American dressedTo
countries,! to the south of us, Is al.
ready making Its Women And Children Of
)YS AND GIRLS SHOW Several days ago nppenranca.representatives- of America

a western plow and tractor manufacturing Over across the way millions
;SULTS OF CLUB WORK concern Wl'reIII Jacksonville of women and children Ir

]looking fur a Kite on which to locate a -Just as sweet and bright-

erlda State Fair Gives Them Encouragement branch of their manufacturing plant. eyed and loving as :your own Announces its December Campaign for $50,000; ) to Regis December 1st and .',
In Liberal Prizes They stated that they felt confident -are wanting away for wantof
-- that Jacksonville wad destined to become food. end on Christmas! Day
The number of 115,715 boys and 73i ,. '
an important port of import Women and children of
Floridians asked to One Dollar Liberty Itond to
1,000 are give Fifty serve
In the South of
6 i girls out 2.400,000 and export at the conclusion of the America! ; t
yg and girls throughout the United present' war, and especially In connection It Is your God.given dutyto Uncle Sam and Florida's kiddies; or
ates. engaged in club work I lilendld a with South and Central American or,4
do all to
you can put an
500. Floridians to One One Hundred Dollar Bond
Industrious : ;
( army of employ- trade which his and other manufacturing end to the deep misery of ;
youths and maidens who are to concerns are going after rigorously these oppressed peoples. Floridians Bond A War )
10.000:. to give One Baby ( Saving Stamp. 1 ,
tome the men and women of the a. Boon as peace Is established. Your Fair-through its big
ling generation. These 115,745 Florida Is confidently believed by farseeing food.producing and food-saving The $:0,000 is needed by the Children's Home Society for these three

59 of the Southland enrolled in business men like Manager program" -otters one opportunity big items-!$f.'J3,000: : to provide for 1,000 Homeless Orphans and Needy Kiddies 4 t'
regular work of the clubs pro- Hanufourde, of the Florida State :Fair
to do this and one 'i
Iced products valued at $1,500,000 and the Western manufacturers to cannot shirk.' during the coming year of 1919! at an average cost of $::1:> each. $10-

|d tha products produced and con have a great future awaiting her in you Let's all work together this OOOto provide for 200 Fatherless kiddies, whose widowed mothers would tr

i-ved by the 73,303 girls of the the line of South and Central Amer. year-we can do so much otherwise' be compelled to give them up permanently at an average cost of

titbern states aggregated In value I ican trade after the war. To bring more by working together. :$30: ; per child. $5,000 to finish free of debt the great work of 1)18! which ' .
.500.000. a grand total of sis million their representatives to the Fair this Opportunities come only once
(liars from this one section of the I year, in order that they may see and I for humanity's sake don't Ins provided good Homes, Aid and Care for practically 1,000 Children. t

untry In the emergency club work know of Florida's vast and varied turn your back on this one. "YOUR BONDS AND STAMPS" WILL STILL HELP UNCLE SAM
the South those in charge of theb products, agricultural and manufactured -I
work reached over 400,000 boys I la considered an a very wise business And at the same time Help Florida's Youngsters in Need. Arrangementshave
d approximately 1,000,000 girls who move.WOMEN, World Faces Famine Live Stock been' made by the Home Society with the Atlantic National Hank of ; ..

duced and, conserved products take the bonds and at that the Society
The world faces a livestock Jacksonville to over Stamps par so :
mod at more than 4000000.
|These figures are furnished by O.Herrington TO HAVECONSPICUOUS famine of such magnitude ian secure the funds, and yet keep the money in the service of our Government : a .

Florida State Club that you and I simplyCannot so jour Bond or Stamps will in this way serve two great causes, the

tent to the University of Florida PLACEINFLORIDASTATEFAIR comprehend it. cause of the Allies, nnd the cause of Florida's. Children.
hundreds of
Where the
pd 1 he says that the enrollment otub are '
members especially of boys. Is millions In war-torn Europeand Of Course real money will be gladly accepted. While the aim of the Home rS

|creasing to an appreciable degree Asia to get maul to eat Bond and War Savings
Society is: to raise the $30,000; through Liberty : w
lie statistics this club member-. where are they to get
hip and work have been compiled byo horses and cattle to till the Stamps the main thing is to get the money, therefore, of course the Society ,

United States Department of As- The women of Florida] are signally soil and help harvest the would be delighted to accept contributions of money-from the children'spennies +r '

culture, which supervises the club honored by the Florida State Fair and crops? up to the largest possible amount. f a
btlvltles In cooperation with tha The duty of America Is
Exposition management/ but no more be made monthly. Any who does not owna x
krtoim state colleges and unlveral- plain-we must all help plug Subscriptions can payable person
:I so than their work of every character that gnp by getting Into the Bond, or who prefers to buy another, can send the Society a check or Money

jlt Is for the purpose of encourag- :' merits. They have had set aside for live stock business: more deeply Order for one-tenth of the amount of the Hond, and make the other pay-
ig and promoting this excellent club their exclusive use one great building ourselves.
ork among the boys and girls] of 'of the State Fair grounds whereinwill That's why we are offering ments monthly the Bond to become the property of the Home Society when '

porlda that the Florida State Fair be displayed whatever pertains such big cash premiums paid for. Persons who cannot contribute at all NOW, can subscribe to the '

i offered liberal prizes at the forth- particularly to woman's achievements for the best stock exhibitedthis amount they feel they can give and make the payments at any time in the
In the realm of domestic year-It's merely our way w
mlng exhibition In Jacksonville economy and
coming of 1919. The idea of the Society is to make sure of the incomeof 1
ov, 27 to Dec. 6) where the boysd science her accomplishments In embroidery of getting every one more Interested year /'.
girls' work will be exhibited. knitting crocheting as wellas In livestock raising $:>0.000 for the finishing of this year's work free from debt, and the entire "

Ices are offered' consisting l of cashd in the art of basketry bead work For humanity's sake let's year 1919, so that no further appeal for funds need be made until 1920.
medals for exhibits by the Girls' the working] of stencilled designed and do something! l
nd Boys' Poultry Club of Florida the all the finer evidences of woman's skill. America Must Supply Food
oys' Corn Club contest the Boys' The results of her work In canning Food-more food-and Btlll
fig Club and for merit in the Boys' preserving and, especially In the making more food-In all history the
doing contest for which there are of war-time cakes and breads will world never faced such need .ati
tree prizes of $10 $'I' and $5 with claim very interested attention. Entries for food it !
companying medal', to each. In the In all these and other lines of It Is vitally neceaaary for ., r
bvonile department of the Woman's women's endeavors are encouraged by America to do everything It
Achievements section of the Fair the State Fair management throughthe possibly can to Increase the 1'lsk
pare will be prices for girl contest. liberal awards of premiums all of International] food supply.] x
nts under 16 years of alireIn tho which are set forth In the annual premium : Else millions more mast 1 1f
ectlon devoted to education there list and catalogue which Is now I succumb to the relentless rayages t
re corps of prizes for school] work available In connection with the textile -II of hunger In war swept itICJii.. .. 12

hlch will engage; the attention of exhibits there will be a sales department I Europe-and those who are ,
orlda< boys and /girls. This will afford'' an opportunity suffering the most are the women I ?
Huh\ work of Florida boy and to t those desiring to sell articleson and children, the old ,,
lirls. as well as that of Individual exhibition or duplicates thereof for men, and the unfit, who have I ...., A AS
embers of the "comlrf generation" which orders may be taken. No chargewill not been able to play a man's It
conspicuously featured and rewardI be made for thin service but en- part in the trenches I f
I by the Florida Stale Fair Assocla- try cards must show the articles intended Your Fair Is pointing the v
l on which sees a bright future for for sale with the price of each way to greater efficiency In
1PMP youngsters who already are marked on the card. food raising and saving;-and t
|rodur rs of needed products valued Women Individually and as members with your aid wo can do an
nnually In the millions of dollars as of organization are taking a very infinite good.
shown by the figures In the Intro- great deal of Interest In the Woman's .. w
fiction to this article. Department of the Florida State Fair Must Use Machine Power ... . ,
and are devoting very considerabletime ,.. -;.
More .
LORIDA and energy to seeing that the die
STATE FAIR CATTLE plays in the Woman's Building shall There In only one way of > .; . .. '. ,. '
n Excellent -- be in every manner worthy of this producing enough food to sup- ': ,'. .. .
Opportunity to Show great State which much of ply our own wants and feed ., : '
owes so
What Farm And Ranch ,, .. ,11 :.. .: "
OwnersAre : ; < .
the hungry In Europe until . ;.
its development and growth to woman- '. .' .J'-.4 ',.
Doing In Raising Of kind. The State Fair management has they are able to care for themselves _,4 .,'.::" .. ( .:,,: ,.iV""t"' u J...: w.. .., ,,I, .
Live Stock ; \.f.' t.'t'i "} .
especially requested through the press, \"_" <' f "V P-:' (l.. : . ', : ; .
i Jacksonville Cattlemen and hog and otherwise that the women of FlorIda The men of America who >. '.y. : f' ( : J.'tit'f.'i! ; <::1M'f'" .
l leers of Florida are beginning took shall make the very best possible] till the soil must use their , 4. .
a lively] Interest In the exhibit display this year a time In which they hands less and machine power ..".. . i '."'..'t 4 1...;,.}.''> ', ;r.:"'{ ...',.;,}-, '. t. ... "'
fnlch they propose to make at the have been ao conspicuous in all "wln- more, put gangs of Iron fingered '.'. 'fb') ;;11 '> ''i? "" ""t'" ".:.t .)," ... .,
Florida State the.war" work and movements which laborers at work upon ..'. ', ; ',,; '' '' Fair and Exposition [ 1''Y4,.> 'blch will be held here November 27 the State Fair of this year wishes to farm tasks of every kind .':;.L.f!.,.. ,.". ..4a .:,;:' ,.,AI '. . '%.,.,(
and multiply the farm labor h. :...;. ''. V 't .' "
o December 6, next. Those of them be brought prominently before the people .t cJ ". R w N,, ., 'Y" .'
'ho evidences alike of their supply a hundred fold by conscription >. .
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as patriotism ,
attended the Florida State Fair 1r Y' :J{ .> ..... . .
nd Exposition last spring recall that and of their ability to achieve of that great armyof C f .,:':J"I t K.
'bIle the exhibits of hogs by Florida things worth while.Educational steel farm hands that i /" ,:' .... ;,v[;to. ,ir-iJ.t: .4
rwders was most excellent as to num- awaits the call to arms.
>firs as well as to quality the exhibits Oar farm machinery show
if Florida grown cattle waa extreme- Industrial and Is the machine power recruit MUST FLORIDA'S HOMELESS KIDDIES PLEAD IN VAIN?

Y 'limited, The many fine animals ing station of all this community The good peopleof Florida have taken tare during the year and gone "over

hlbitftd State came and, mostly of course from withoute carried Agricultural ExpositionAn new-the types only and models place of where farm the! top" in every one of the Kit Campaigns, and we have confidence that

"'aj the prizes as they were justly machinery can be compared they will hoed to the cry of these poor, little helpless, homeless! kiddies who

ntltled to do. This year exhibits of educational Industrial and agricultural and the new steel workmen are the hope of the future and who muootOt: be permitted to sufl'er.
little from Florida] farms, and ranches exposition H what the Flor- needed to Increase our crop
>roml*p... to be very much more ex- Ida State Fair has been very properly yield!' can be found. WILL YOU ADOPT ONE FLORIDA KIDDIE FOR NEXT HUH? Ii

nRIVO and entirely] creditable to the designated The exhibits of this year One Fifty Dollar Bond will provide for the entire need of one of these kiddies -
tate will prove the correctness of the classifications
Scattered throughout one and all. Produce of Three Great Events in need. Will you be one of the Thousand to accept the responsibility ,

anv excellent cattle, Florida are he: field] fruit. from the groves, cat for the care of one of these little ones? '
many or all
mpotitlon ntltM to be I'ntereIn the prize lie,from results the of farms boys'and endeavors ranches as, poultry pig For Florida State FairThe State Headquarters 428 St. James' lildg., Jacksonville, Fi.u Send your bond

-ate Fair and classes of the coming raisers and as growers of corn the Industries or stamps< or contribution to our treasurer, K. V. Covington, at the ahove r h
Exposition and
r as this year there will be combined especial- In which women excell, the address and be sure to register your letter If you send a bond, and ask for a
handiwork of the
'Ith It the Pan-American Internation ind evidences of girls their In skill the In homes Idea of combining with the Florida return receipt card. Pleading for some aid from every man woman and
1 Farm and canning State Fair of this fall the Pan-
Tien. too. the Live Farmers'Stock Exposition. and preserving fruits and vegeta- American International Farm and LiveStock child in Florida, we are jour servants in the "greatest work under the sun"
Con- lien, all, and much more
besides will
fens, with exposition and then adding the

.-legates and cattle from representative practically breeders present every agrlculturM state, a*- be that will exposition be at.Jacksonville astounding of Florida,as where enterprise It will the be for Farmer"good measure National was Congress to give, Included Florida THE CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF FLORIDAJudge

t the Union What three great events at one time, between -
How them and all an other opportunity State Fair to Pair say of and access exposition from every will be portion held] of Is November 27 and I>ecember 6, W. H. Haker, Pre!ddent. Il. V. Covington, Treasurer, Marcus C. Fag". t ,
tsitor what Florida breeders and In JackHonvllle that would be the State Superintendent, All for publicity borne
the State as from the country at large." and expenses by Hoard of Directors ,
anchmen greatest mont
aIDoj... are doing In the cattle And all rood will lead here from No'umber considered, at least, that agriculturally have of Children's Home Society of Florida as personal contributions.
27 to December
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jjt1"f'1'1 : BRADFORD Starke, were ?, 1918 I

t, t Bradford, Nov.-29.-C. M. Andreu I Friday.Charlie have a speedy recovery. tion agent, wljs here'-" I
1- I Shepard J. Nipper, of Jacksonville, was in nes. Monda
' t I was a buHineas visitor to Raiford last:' guest of Max town Saturday. I 011 b lit,i

\, ,, Thuraday 'I I II IS Mrs. T. E.: Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu arid chil- I visiting lUrs. White, oC \" ,
Mrs. J. V. Edwards is numbered on I ping in Starke ( dren, of Old Bradford, were here at \ her.da\lllhtt"\ MrM n.'r il lit h
S 1. the nick lint this week. Mrs. II. C. News Items tending church Sunday. Vinnic I.un'c ,

t ." j Mrs. Hilly Surrency was a visitorto I Miss Ricks, were : Mrs. Max Garrett, of Pensacola, I I day.made a business trip' t"and Starke E\'a an:
Hrooker .
Thursday.C. who toll
Ii \ Monday. has been spending several weeks !
'r : 1 L II. Newsom is j visiting relatives I Mr. and Mrs. F. here with her parents, left Thursday Messrs. E. T. StWBr.
I near Graham this week. dren were visitors in Gathered During the Week by Our afternoon for Jacksonville where she Surrency were busine,, ?, *?* l". ,
''', It\"\' C. M. Andreu visited his family here I I G. E. Robinson of I Correspondents. will! visit her brother H. Crosby, be. county Mr. and seat Tuesday "ltolt to n,
Wednesday. a business visitor \ fore returning to her home. Mrs. Claud
;,1. Mrs.' Hilly Surrency and children I Mrs. A. B. Mrs. L. T. Johns has been I dren. of Hampton, w",". h and dIt.I .
t .. were the quests of Mrs. T. B. home suffering guests of Mrs. A. *"' Tg ,
', Edwards I in from a sever attack of influenza for La, (. JdJ,
J J I' -- I Mr.
f\ S Wednesday night.Mias Ella and Rena I the McCrnney of
( past week, but at this writing she Ilot"1!! ,
;\ \ Ruth Ward was the guest of for a short visit. ) Grace M. E.. home of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Starling is much improved. out here, last week and bOught(h.,5
\ of
Ruljy'Edwards Wednesday night. a ? at a spe. Friday. hogs; which .
Mrs. T. Q:
c '. C. Hazen and children was <
< Gerald Beaslcy is attending school at n the M. E. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson visiting relatives are this Point WednesdllY hippdt(
I ';1' thin See Stump's and I at Raiford this week. James mOrning,
.'I I 'I" place. children were visiting in this section I Messrs. G. W., E. M. and Harley site Reynolds vs.teJ. the
i. ; W. M. Andreu, of Charleston, S. C.,. buying. in Sunday afternoon. Hazen and J. D. Baxter were business Wednesday. eo
J who has been visiting: his parents, re service I Quite a number of the young folks I visitors to the county seat Thursday. Willie Roberson, of Samp5oi loti

' 'I r ,; i.....1. ",I turned Monday. Mr. Andreu does not LA church on L of this section attended the cane grind. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Forsyth spent w-M". re Thursday on hUSlfl,5, c )

""I " 1 longer.think he will be in the navy much Randall will I I ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Monday. !.. _in Starke. Sn r'.flann and. werA Mrs."Innh'J. A. J lrKinn"
II' Lawtey Nov. 29. ) Ir Lang. A. tt. :currency made --- "" U ""
N I a business
trip VIsitors
The new dipping vat Is nearly has by Eddie Carter and to Wednesday. ht;
I I, I. com I left again for Nelson Presscott Gainesville Tuesday.
; 1 plete. her whom i were visiting !in this Dr. J. I Odell!! Abernathy
)1" daughter Mrs. I section Sunday Bishop. of Gainesville was k,, ,
, Ii I We are glad to report J. W. Hurry now lives in as District; '''afternoon. a professional visitor here a trip to Jacksonville Thursday '-"
11 j : some better this week. also ad.i Mr. Wednesday I J. H. Surrency
very much missed and Mrs. J. W. Byrd. of Lawtey, and Thursday. made a "huJm
.r' I l\ i Mal Lynn visited! Worthington last ity. spiritual I I spent Sunday night with their daup.hter )Rir. Henlr:.' f f j'i I '. mille, who I 1 to Hampton Friday *
;.1.1ll \ .. Thtirmlnv! _eveninc. Butler Blanchard! o'clock: Mrs. B. B. Padgett and family. |woiking in the Jn'.erof! the Peaiivl i.'ll W P. Byrd made a businej
I' I! II' N. G. Hayes visited Worthington ; over to>I l Miss Edith I LaCrosse Friday. tnn|
Jacksonville Starling Railroad
J Friday i spent Saturday vania was looking after bus Miss
di" ,t Thursday. j' his cane patch and ser. with her grandparents in this iness here Salome ami :
", ; I section. Saturday. \Irr,
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j Everybody and his flag is to r er, of Sampson !tli
neighbor ia I
; grind had done their I Little Alford Brown is suffering" City, wen here
,t': : 4; '' joying ing cane the this juice.week. Everybody's en / morning he had 'i stars relatives will I Swell line of Ladies' Hats from an attack of whooping cough. on R. FndJr

' '1' t 'j4.15 ,: . I I Dutch Malphurs was in Brooker on cane of Shoemaker grinding, and Burt a l previous just arrived at Stump's. Hst Grandpa last week.Murrell was on the sick and Wesley Dya! made Jones a, Perry JOIIII
ll i to busine.1tn,
business Waldo
I League. .
Wednesday. Saturday. ,
ed out to be. 'I There
tt They
I I was quite an excitement In J.
Mrs. II,
C. M. especially
"S :'\: ;; in Worthington Andreu Monday.was shopping I after dark, and j| the gen BROOKER j town Thursday morning when it was Delma, visited Surrency relatives and little daUghte
pulled through like reported that in
a the kitchen of M. P. Ma- JackiollViDt
1" .1\b,i I -'. ther C. Wednesday.II. Newsom visited her mo the shoemaker. The brother present. of Brooker, Nov. 29.-Rev. M. A. Wood-I''j theny was on fire. Soon there was a Saturday Messrs.and Frank Sunday.
S t: cane grinding, ;< ard filled his regular large crowd on hand and the fire
' Inman Harrison j week at was ger Barry and Clio
and sister of Jacksonvillp
Miss ?
; : \ J Elsie much for him and 'I Saturday and Sunday. I.'extinguished with but little damage.
" 11 , ,1.1, ., passed.. .. .through. here_Thursday. his l.t n a. the ..!An,* .. I : Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mrs. L. Cone week.end here with their spent tbt
ic, .' : ." ,"nCIl ... : sight are at Miner With ner - un. ""'''
im-iiaunviue. aaugnter. 1: 1\
') .t' : 'I' i Lloyd Barry Tuesday night./ ing. While his JacK- with relatives and upendinginis friends. weeK |i Thomas, who lost her Mrs. K. I trip to Starke Saturday bltlil1ll
" '..... Otis Harry was a business visitor the home We baby on the 18th. Rev, Smith left here
dreams were sweet are glad; to Mr. and Mrs.
S. /
d I' report Miss Eunice i V. Andreu SlItul't/aylliOrJI.
to W. II. spent
J I Tuesday. nothing but cane. I I[ Hazen up and out again from an at |I Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. R. Thomas. hh ing Johnstown where he wS||
.; Rev. M. A. Woodard was the /guest came to himself he tack of the flu. I Hunting quail and regular appointments at the
S squirrel Me 3
at the C. I are the odist
,',' 'f" night.Hurley. M. Andreu home Friday formation that shoe I i' friends in Fred Hazen motored to Worthington ',hit of the season. James church.
: i grinding were two Friday morning. J. E. Douglass, of Alachua, was Reynolds made a IIUIIM
,:'. 'If ,- I Dukes Andreu was a visitor to/S 1 The congregations; I E. B. Andreu, Sr., and son, Roy, of i pleasant visitor here Thursday night.a trip Jacksonville! Wednesday
t ( Friday afternoon. / bus- Alma
/ odist churches Jacksonville, J. E. demons Wise, of
were spent made Jorklonl
} /f t p I Karl Dukes I here with a business trip !lt
I the
I passed through; here on the services last I j relatives. i to Starke Friday. spent week'f"nd" here witfrhenis/
) I
; I : Sunday enroute to Brooker. Ing service was held was Ben Crosby, of I Mrs. ter, Mrs. 11. F. Priep
t.- I Jacksonville Is here I, Emily Abbott has been the
t ;: Seeber on
r Edwards and sister, Miss I church and it i this week with sick Misses Onie and Bunie
being his list
: suffering from ,
f. 1 I parents, Mr. and indigestion. Gral'ellt
I Evn ;
't accompanied Miss tended the
by Ruby Par before the MM. p. A. i We show at
annual I Crosby. Starke
was vis- i are glad to report B. Wen
;. 'Il'"t'" ) i rish, attended church at Brooker Sun11'1' M E. church. South, I t: I Mr. and Mrs. W. Andreu and little i I little improved. a day night.
I I day.Miss Rev. G. S. Henderson son of New River, Mr. and Mrs. J. p
attended Several
I : ; church i of Roberts .
j our H
I, i Daisy Lewis and Miss Ruby farewell sermon. The f I her- Sunday. younJmen who have Price and daughter P
been ,
1 ; Norman of Vanderbilt, were guests of again assembled in the / | wide! Miss Mae Clemons employed in Jacksonville, have ant visitors to Alma were pi lm
of Waldo I Hampton
I returned and
S Miss Blanche L spent are their Sunday
Andreu meeting friends )
''I I Friday and Sat South M. E.; church yard' Saturday and Sunday with her Mr. and Mrs.
I ,1 urday.Slr Evenden preached the i t S Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Clemens. parents Mrs. E. Thomas spend Sunday here Hampton, passed Henry Saxon, ,rf
with her through
j sister
Mrs. E. L. Sundi1
'I Messrs. Eustice Crosby. ,
Kelly and Chester 1 enroute to
" ,f ?' II. P. Gainey and family attended Gainesville. While] hm
. they were guests of :Mr. and .31......, f
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See the boys at home in
they hurled

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I'rof. H. C. Edwards visited his parents Henderson left Lawtey I -

.5 I here Saturday and Sunday. ing in his car to attend Andreu, of New River, spent Sunday
I J. Cone visited our community Sun. ference.Enoch. ,I afternoon in our town. /I services Remember at Rock church Sunday. I T. Stewart.

S day morning. GriflU recently Seeber Edwards and sister, Miss I prayer meeting next James
Mrs. J. V. Edwards returned home Eva, and Sunday night. All Reynolds has purchased
4 1h Sunday morning.Arthur of the death of Mrs.\ M. Miss Ruby Parrish, of Old S are invited. Ford truck. That means liusineM.
:Mrs. Warne was a I t I
Edwards( visitor made'' day.
was to We
a N. J., and guarantee
r to at
Hague Station ifternooa
) I save Sumla
Worthington Friday afternoon. bered by many as \ / dur- :[I Miss Ruby Roberts, of New River, ,you >
1' S. C. Andreu visited Worthington itor in this section. The spent the week-end here, the guest of some money on whatever you Miss McKinncy Kntertaiiu;
j Sunday afternoon. the community is with busi friends. bUY-Try us and be In honor of the hrst president of our.
. Miss Ruby Norman, who visited whom her death has !I I Marvin Ilazen motored to Fort Call Nat convinced. society the Christian Endeavor Ira..
friends here during the week-end, received 'parable loss and ,| Sunday.Mr. Sternberg. Mias Mae a surprise socialtt 811

. f, a telegram from Lake City :Mrs. E. D. Sayles to' and Mrs. P. O. Kinsey, I 1 early hour the guests assembled II
I .S saying that her brother-in-law was from her trip to Ocala I i, Gainesville, spent last week here otl I CROSBY LAKE I the home of Mr. and :Mr Roberti
I,: dead. been on a very pleasant I i this relatives..MVKara._. .. ,I _____ I where music I and'- -"niua wen < njoyed.r .
.. ., Geneva: Hurrcll .was the guest; of friend.!, Mrs. Shurv of that I I I ."un.' J.. itiorgnn and I0.. uoison! ,, I Crosby Lake. Nov. 2!).-J. L. Under- I Then the vice president; Vra( 'Gee.
HUhy 1'dwllrls; ."riday ev'ning. ISII'S( has many friends ,, ,I of Jacksonville spent part of the week hil and family' motored to this sec Stone presented a beautiful 6ouq
C. \V. Edwards visited relatives I all of whom are glad to I II I here \flth relativem tion Sunday afternoon. to Miss Mae in remembrann f tht
in Lake Butler during the week-end. once more. :Mr. :McDonald l. of Lake Butler has I Miss Louise McRue returned home society, which regrets ver.v much 11
S C. M. Andreu and family attended Rev. Alfred Evenden 1 La. been here dong brick work for P. M. Wednesday from Jacksonville where I lose her as a member as veil II I
church at Hrooker Sunday. had his sympathies! () are 1 I liarefoot for the past few days. she has been visiting relatives. She teacher of our school. Refreshment

Brinkley: Hayes visited his parents of the bachelors of S. I Grandma Melvin returned to her was accompanied home by her cousin,,, wl're'served' of cake, fruit and nuts.!
here Saturday. apparently being the fact home at Stnrke Monday afternoon a!. Mrs. Butler, and 1 little' daughter, Lois.''I I I Those present were :Me'sr'. W. *
roller Dubose and wife passed thru I.vemlen being away the ter a week's stay with relatives here. H. M. :McRae returned home Thurs. I Jones. C. B. Roberts, E T Stewart,
here Sunday enroute to Brooker. learned to sympathize with We appreciate the showers which day from Jacksonville where he had Marvin Ogden Frank and. Violwiwj;
4. Mr. anil :Mrs. (:ienrge Conner were who has to make his own ( came the first of the week. a position. nolds Alvin Wasdin, Robert : ;
ti ; guests of T-B. Edwards Friday night. makes it) and do his Mr. :Mark Clemons was a visitor to Wal Mr. and Mrs. Jim Benton and daughter -, Mesdames E. T. Stewart, Gpo sw!>
Messrs. C. W. Edwards and B. Now misery loves do Sunday. Neva, were the guests of M. J. C. B. Roberts, Avy Barry, :Misses Wi-'
1 Hayes were in Brooker Saturday pastor called together all :Miss Dukes, of near Lake Butler, is McRae Thursday. sy Reynolds, Francis and Olive )/ur-/
SI Miss Blanche Andreu was the guest he could find and bade and spending the week" here with her Sis Joe Bryant was visiting at his un rhee Florence Walker Effle Sloan i 'Zl
of Miss Van Cone Saturday bachelors' supper of his ter Mrs. J. J. Morgan. I cle P. B. Bryant, Sunday. tie Paul Stewart, Thelma and Dorothy?

r; in Messrs. Bill and C. H. Newsom were ing and to come last to I Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Colson and children Misses Eva and Lillie McRae spent Barry -.j
our section Saturday. which they accordingly did. have moved back to their farm in Sunday with the Misses Bryants. I At a late hour the guests depa'
t Miss Miss Daisy Lewis was the guest of tor has failed to furnish and the Pine Hill section. Walter Underhill and family were wishing Miss McKinney success mw
Miss Eva Edwards Friday evening. details of the supper but Mrs. Mott, of Hague, ia here spend in this section Saturday. her undertakings.Card .
Blanche Andreu was a visitor the bachelors are still Ida ing the week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. McRae visited at the of Thanks
to Brooker Sunday. two of them had the to Messrs. Harley and Fred Hazen accompanied home of Walter Underhill Sunday. Through the Telegraph I wisb' { h
4 Quite a crowd gathered at Mr. T. the following night, like by Misses Loca Anderson Miss Kitty Bryant is visiting at her thank the people of Graham for their
,It B. Edwards Friday night and enjoyed asking for I to and) Ruby uncle's home, Mr. being h ,
\ I the more, is Roberts motored out to the John Thornton, of kindness extended me while :
. - a C.cane W. Edwards grinding. that at least no poison was Sink.. Hole. -. Sunday, afternoon.- Raiford, this week.:,. I have had the pleasure Of_'beinlf_'!...J..
.. -
A business via.B.
was ( parsonage win temporarily man ormw: IB aimering rrom an at you almost one and a half year!
I'' I .. Itor to Worthington Saturday. as Bachelor's Hall. .tack of rheumatism. We hope he will Special Sale on Men's words sound empty to express? holl;
Hayes was a Rev. G. S. and have been 10
visitor to Worthing Henderson 'I loyal each and every one .
C. "' S ton Sunday morning. tored over from Anthony Mr. H. G. HARDING &: CO. Boys' Shoes at Stump's Satur- me during my: stay. I sincerely regret
r that
f J. W. Barry is still very sick. day and! were the guests I I Byron, Ga., Apr. 11, 1918 day. that conditions have arisen .
Arthur Edwards and brother. II. C,I,. Mrs. Chits] Dinkins until j In Old Kentucky Mfg. Co., e will make it impossible for me w remain
/ S were transacting business in Worth Paducah, Ky. GRAHAM with you longer, for le&VinfIs fOJ
,; L ington Saturday afternoon. Rev. Ra\vls of Lake Gentlemen: Just like leaving my own hnme .
over The par
on Saturday and .' I telling the family good-bye. .T ,
S Special Sale Baptist church Sunday I : I had cholera in my herd of hog recently Roberts Nov. 29.-Messrs. J. P.' ents of the children I had here %,'
on Men's Suits and begun and Murphy I
: evening. feeding the B. A. business Price made a something to be proud of for _i/i-
from $12.98 up at Sternberg's.HIGHLAND :Mrs. Alfred Evenden Is Thomas' Hog Cholera Cure and stopped Mrs. trip to Starke Monday. worked with children who were
S -- pon Springs visiting her I : losing my hogs at once. I was Emma K. Calhoun, demonstra- I apt than they. Not only am I PT.'
and at last reports was losing from four to five each night un. No of my boys and girls but the ent ?.
,1 lightful time. til I began the use of this preparation. Worms in a Healthy Child school. Every boy and girl were bit.
iI Miss: Polly Ann Redding I All children troubled with wcrm tm ways willing and eager to do their
Highland, Nor. raise about 200 head ma noDMltoy -
IS I Nichcl 29.-Mrs. A. N. church in Lawtey Sunday of hogs each color,wfclcb Indicate poor blood.and... be it great or small, and we tCE'Will
and children of year and never Ihrre Is
55 Ar Jacksonvil'o! many friends expect to be without mow or left disturbance. to claim theme'
were glad to GROVE'S always be proud
Tuesday for a visit with rel! your remedy. chill TONIC tlveo regularly'
atives. parently in an improved for two or three week' will' enrich the Mood, I wish to thank Prof. WilZ'lfillla d
health. Yours very truly, prove the dUeeUon.and Mrs. Abernathy for their kindnelSkitI.l
an e General l
Messrs. Strength
; L. A. and L. J. Wynn, of I Rev. Alfred Evenden II. G. HARDING &: CO. I ening throw Tonic to the whole eyitem. Nature will then assistance rendered me whinwith
Sold by R. S. Jones, Starke. In perfect off or health dispel the worm.,and the Child wit! bf them.

S :_ .t .S- rieaianl to take.. SOc per bottle' MAE McKINN61'GE

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