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 29, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04683
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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County Banks Selected .\" Depositories +
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C. Institution Ifss and Neglected That Children I IN HONOR LT. RICHARD RAY WHITE. ... The Bradford-County Fair, ,.* for Yt'nr 1919 11M1.;.

Children's Home Society, often postponed in November on aciS' :Monday, December :2, IfHS the board p"
The count of the prevalence' of influ- .* called
was to order
by Chairman ,
Florida's -- S T.
referred to as .
truthfully .
JL non throughout th* county and aI Douling .
l.l the courthouse
featest Charity has on a campaignthe I.. Tis beautiful on earth to live '!t". will lie heM next week, bet ..' o'clock a. in., with all members at ten
of fund of $50,000 tory pres.fat
raising a know
wonderful work for the So all your friends may .- = i fling Tuesday and running un0 to-wit: .J. L. Underhill I R. 1. An-
on its That you have been so good, so true.They're Saturday:: night. Tin- exhibits .*. drews, J. J. BlackwcMer and
II. D.
its togenerosity "
In making appeal I i
ning year. of the people of'the sad when you must! go. 'ii year promise to bo unusually 'a :May. ,

?tp'the society gives the following One thought perhaps more thun ever hotel and the management haslinked :Minutes\ of last meeting were rend A;
rise< statement of its work: ( before of these words as they en out well for the mousea. and after being amended were 01''d.
Children's Home Society ofIbridu tered the beautifully decorated churchon It "nl features. The Telegraph is .
The is state-wide undenomina- Sunday morning where a memorial ""ililishing the 1 premium list )Bonds of J. K.: Dowling, constable r
a to provide for the service was held in; honor of Lieut. +9 n ,. tun'. :Many: line prizes are of- district No.: 8, and N. D. Davis, constable
Iral rganizntion .
phan,> homeless, neglected, abused: Richard Ray White, one of Bradfordcounty's 4 f' red,., } and! there should \lip keen 'a.a'o I district! No. 1, and .1. II. Sapp, JI
noble men who e; ctition for every one of constable District No. (fI .
sorted, afflicted and needy little chlln young Ia'ehis were presented
of the entire state of Florida. I life in the greatest cause for which f m. T.a and approved.The .
for white /\ men have offered their lives since the s i iJt if ip following bonds
tVt'i aim to provide every a.a tf' a.a. .a , a3 for members 1
jlld in need in the entire state-re- : : I time when the Man of Galilee offered ; I' board of !public' instruction were presented

rdless of the need and regardless of ; His )life for us all. and approved : L. C. Powell, y
> ,creedjust as far as our funds will I Perhaps never before had such an SCHOOL: ItOXKD WILL PAY District No. 1 ; p. :M. Padgett, District
rmit. inspiring program been rendered a.t '11-\t'lll-lls i : : HKI:\-'OKI) 1: HOLIDAYS No. :2; T. II. Pinhol.ser. District No. 3.

'hr society does not receive one dol- has at this service. In the center of 'I The following \bonds for members 1
from the state, city or any county I the pulpit stood a large white cross! : 'dories; \For School Funds Were board\ of county commissioners went'r
shaped in the national colors and bearing l >r-iKiiiitt>d .Fur Coining Year
usury, but is entirely supported by ; I presented unit approved: C. A. Rob
contributions of money
luntary erts. District No.2 Drew, Reddish,
Is need- I Before." The of the service "e board met in regular session ; ,
Your help keynote !
M I and clothing. District, No. :3 ; (!. C. Livingston, District "
every day in the year also the help being "The Cross of Christ," the songs + -s. T. B. Pinholster! J. E. t No. .1! James
school I told of the blessed, of ,and, .1. C. :McKae ; Reynolds, DistrictNo.
your church, club, lodge, or so sweetly crosi- present. fi.State.
cioty, The only limit to our great Calvary.Around. s .if lost meeting read and f
prk is the limit of our income. I' the alter were blooming oil. as read.IormnntendaIion. : pension claim of :Mrs. Mary: ' + f
The society was! organized in No- plants) and, (lowers while among themI i t :Mr. Gordon: 1 Ann Ailkins approved ,and ordered, ,a }

mber. 1902! : and has pust completed I I nettled many U. S. (flags. Just inside i '. was appointed to fill the unex- j Ihuard same forwarded to state pension, k

h sixteenth year of real service. I the altar resting upon white easels I limn of M. C. Croft, as suporvls-, I .
{ The work is conducted under the were the many different diploma > :New: Zion, school. Petition signed by I II, M. iiinter( and
r.onlll direction of some of the most I which had been awarded the noblei !'h.' board ordered! that the county i (hers asking the 'l board to reinstate ,

llupntial citizens of the state who i young num. As each one looked upon x i i iiitemli-nt, pay all teachers who, the name of Alice Bryant upon pauper
Ivc not only their time to the workJudly I I these they realized that Richard Kay I' ve a month of I time liy the- 21st: I ofI roll, tins presented., ( In motion and IL.

but have for many years con- | White had improved each golden mo- I ci-inbcr, 1918. if they file! s'line properly second it was so ordered and to IIP
libuted und secured enough money ; meet Only twunty-nix years of age, : signed in the office of the superintendent !paid $:!.ro) ,per month

rsonally to defray the entire cost of yet he hail received a diploma from 'I by that date.7'Iic' | Everett!: Johns, son of J. II. Johns, l
Jl I office\ salaries and expenses, the Bradford" County High School and "':: board then took up the matter being deaf and dumb, nuulo application
very dollar given by the socould hail, received his A. B. degree at the ".. depositories" for the school funds t to the board to have his name > ,

I used directly for little ehildren in University of Florida; a doploma from i' for another )'ellr.'h\ ,' designations! ; ,placed upon t ttt- ,pauper roll and ask

feed. i the School of Law at the State University t, were" ns follows, : I 1'I that, they pay him $5 per month to asl ,j
[The society's chief work has been and n certificate of graduation, u Hrndford, County: Bank--(CeneralVhi ; l sit-t him in going to school to the Deaf ) -

Be placing of homeless and abandoned ',, from the Officers Training Camp at i iI -< <>ol Fund and Special Tax District' 'nnd Dumb' :School; at St. Augustine, j

jid orphan children in carefully se- Camp Gordon. Fund. this amount only required for hit ,,
icteil, homes for permanent love, care, Shortly after reaching France he Itank: of Starke-- l.axvtcy Interest clothing, nil other expenses' to be paid, ,
Jjcation( and training for useful citi- sent to his parents u little kodak .picture I I Ii''ii Sinking and Bond Funds, and i by the school. The board! after con- I
fcn1' taken of him in uniform. This, :Starke Interest and Sinking, Funds. Hi.Io'rlngIt'U'r from the prosicjent. of 9'

( Thf aim of the society is to keep I his fold parents had enlarged the __ I Lake Butler Bank-Ruiford Interest said school, upon motion and second l1
Imilies- together to construct homes ;; ;; work being done by the Hoover Bros. and Sinking Fund' and Lake Butler In- ordered that his name be placed upon
\-not\ destroy them. A large chil- who lire noted photographers. Draped tit onrr, hnMiig' hi.s nllld', \ m' the' bt'nu.I! tci'i'-it. and Sinking and Bond, Fundi. I i the pauper roll and be be aid $.r> ,per 'I 1
CI"', boarding home is conducted at in the colors it was admired by all tiful city "I,I Orlando inn! wus rnp'dly! I The board! adjourned to meet first month fur each month that he nttends -
sonville where children are reared gathering lucrative practice about : ,
I present.At a Miiiulay in Jo nuary. the school
or" ,lowed mothers who are permit- i eleven o'clock Chopin'Ho'unpral\ him when hIS poble, bung heart tIC.I I T. It. PINHOLSTER.:
id I to pay whatever they are able to- :March was softly played by 1rs.o''li"\ camo so -in-charged with AnnTi-nn Attest : Chairman. I I I Application filed with the hoard of 'f u
liircl the cost of their children's care. Long and ;Miss\ Law. Congregation I patriotism, with the spirit of d"IlIne-1 \E.: I R. \POPPELL.: county commissioners> by the Bradford

|mired s of little ones and their moth- sang "In the Cross of Christ I Glory," racy, with a desire to ,perform hiM 'part I :Secretary.: County Hank un.lllulIl, of Starke, '1 ,
of Starke and Luke Butler Hank and
s i have been kept from separation by after which Rev. Law, of the Baptist in the d\tructiun; of autocracy and .- -- I ; )
,r society during its 16 years of work. church, led the prayer. i the emancipation of the human race "'tlCS'COTTOS\ SALE: C OF Farmers find Dealers Hank, of Lake '
[ The society conducts a receiving I Twenty-third Psalm was rend re- that he l laid aside his law books, cloned! I SEASON: WAS DINiPPOIN'TINGAhoul ;; : ; Butler, as depositories of the county }
[>me in Jacksonville which is a well Rponsively, followed with the Gloria his office, bade his clients good-byo und funds and in pursuance of the provls'iOIlH .u'
of :! of the laws of
pt big family home where homelessd I Patri.! went forth to the colors as a \'olm-! Two-Thirds> of Offerings Rejected Chapter
I "Morida anil in accordance, with the.I
orphan children are kept and made The Scripture lesson was read by teer. His brilliant mind rapidly mastered by Buyer for Strickland T,
I I term Hai.1d.. After considered
ady for their going out to good famy Dr. Fryer, of the Episcopal church, our American military tactics '' ow being 1

homes. : I( from Lieut. White's Bible, a gift from und! he was honored! by being given hi"j I! The first cotton sale made in Starke second. by above the board upon motion anti! ,, :A
applications acceptedand
Hundreds of little children have his father to him when a school boy commission and, wax! immediately, sent. this season was closed Wednesday and ,
eon temporarily cared for in the and read through during a vacation..! to the battlefl ont in France. There'' wan rather disappointing, on accountof said bunks designated art the depositories 1
for all funds for tho
hove home, while mothers have beennt : I From this (Book he learned to acceptit he fought in .some of the hardest battles the largo' amount of cotton that was county
to hospitals and pending plans for 'i as "A lamp unto his feet and a light of this great world war until early classed as No. 3 grade. year
until first Mondayin
heir permanent care by other agen- ,,j, unto his path." i on the morning of :September: 12th, T. M. Ray, .representeing' A. J. Board adjourned 1919.! !
'es I '' I January,
i Reared in a Christian home he gave while leading) his men on a charge he Strickland!, of Valdosta, ia.; ( did the W. T. WEEKS; : ,
We have secured special hospital his heart to Christ early in life and made the supreme sacrifice. Rev. Barr I sampling and out of about 175 bales Clerk und Auditor. }K

Ire and operations for dozens of little i united with the M. E.: church South, also "juike of his loyality to the Cross' found one bale of No. 1 und 51!) bales -- ---- ,.--.---
(Dieted children who have been blind, : on June 27, 1907( during the pastorate! of Christ., h<...iv that he trusted in the of No. 2. The terms of the sale called '
and, whose lives UK; S.ILFOI'; ( \ (C.MTLI; AND;; 1I0Cs;
af.'rippled eyes, of Rev. Inman, Rev. Bridgers, of Ken blood ">f Jesus for salvation. '' for No. 1's and 2's. From this> it
ors and limbs have been saved to use. 'f'I tucky, assisting the pastor in a revival On his' way over \..i.ut.Vhitl' sent will be seen that only about onethirdof r
No part of our big job Tins been more meeting at this time. His Bible thexr words back to his loved tltll'ltI"n' : the cotton held here was taken 1111.| County Commissioner R. J. Andrews h
nortimt or effn''ivo than th" send- \ WII'y, precious to him and, went "\ worry. I am going preparedphysn No offer has yet been made for the lately mudu another big sale of meat
.. i.s tope with him over sens. ,idly intellectually and spiritual No :K's. animals. In this lot there worn three di
..a, industrial schools for educaion. I of beef cattle and car of hogs.
i; "In God's Better was beautifully ly." curs one
Country"\ It that the boll weevil has
training and discipline. We have' : appears The animals were weighed, and paid, { ;
rendered by :Mr. Leo Canova, 1.11"Vhit!' came from a patriotic riot only greatly decreased the yieldof
iveraceil! forty such children per year I :Miss Anna Cnnovn Never famih and has kept up' the traditions, cotton, but that I the insect has also for at the Andrews for m. This consideration
nd must, "" has taken ndvnn-i .. of the deal $ 'ryonr did Mr. Cnnova's rich young voice of tin-. family. His\ grandfather, (:Jon.1C. '' ilarnagi-d the staple. This happens I was
lire/ i,,>( the training and many are I \ *'r l than mi this occasion. "'h't' ,'. Sr., was a soldier in theConlV'Icriite through the weevil stinging the boll Bradford! county farmers will forget -
loldinc n.-iponsible positions! in und : all cotton and turn th'-ir attention
if \ The soldier buys learned to love the army; his great uncle, and, causing it to open before it fully
'lit 'he ,
will bo
state. old gospel songs( during this war and I't'ital. Richard: Chores, was one of ,, nurtures In this way the staple is i to hog raising they
Our society has never felt that we I one favorite sung used| perhaps more Gen: ". .l.icksnn's, scouts and, was mortally damaged. better off next_fall.
hould l he satisfied! to continue to Selectman's , .
care than any other was, "When 1 :Surveythe otirded at Ford -- e- -
'r' children, in need nnd never try toI:; Wondrous Cross.! This> was ren Va.. M.irch :22: lI /nl.: :MAIL\ X.MAS: PARCELS: EARLY: I :-s.,1.1.t, :-'i) USE: (OF' Sl'CXR(:
): !
top the supply, therefore we have' ---0-
Ilrrl'oat\ this j> service.A .
> orke| for years for the passage! ofI I I'ich beautiful feature of the service Now: : leap the brave who honor sink to rest" Christmas, packages should bo mail- The Food, Administration iloes not
By ell heir( country's blest.
laws in this state that would pro- was the presentation of a HPrice flag e dearly especially those that have" along now control in any way the sale or use>
>-ct the children of our state and stop I Ih by little Ruby Davis. ;Marching slow- At tll' close: of the address, Mrs.I ways to go. The congestion ofparcel of sugar, except to limit the profit on +

Ie causes of their need. The Juvenile ly up the aisle she bore the flag bearing I'nir: tog' / "The Old Rugged Cross, post mail during the holidays seism: to the mime margins as heretofore 4

'ourt Law, the Child Labor Law and seventeen stars Rev. llarr coming M I >1., I P.tirr: a rcu In fin t'm(. trill, be" great and a package will takeIwitI' fixed.! The retailor is limited to
any others have been largely brought: I !' down from the pulpit to meet her. 'ui-i'her, beautiful feature of the ser- i Its long in Iot"intn its destination i one cent a pound.
bout through our efforts > As both stood, beside the photo of our 'i ice u.s the presentation of an en during t the rush season as it would.! J. 1.:. \FUTCH/ ,
In the different departments of our \ noble friend.( Ruby presented the flag Inn "" of Lieut. White to the i-i imrvial times. i FoodfAdministrator t Bradford County.
ork over five thousand! six hundred, ] \ : with the following words: Kigni-: Alpha Kpelsun: fraternity of
"nil<|!ren" have received our cnre oral at- '' which he was a member., This was a
"r.tlOn--or placed out in good' homes "I[111m glad to bid you all u welcome l/i"I" the family and was presented

a remarkable" record of service. 8211ttli On thin holy Sabbath day, bj l It.c Abernathy: of the PreHbyter-
'ones have been eared for during We have come who to pay our tributeTo ia i I arch, who paid a glowing triliulc 11 Our Boys Over Here & Over There 1 8.1
he past nine months. | our boys went away. I i the one in whose! honor the er- ,
; So in ti'kcn of our love for them, .
eve p' in all our sixteen years of I| vi, as: held: = ==-
service' have we needed more money. !Please place where all may view l II|. !nuke HO heaiitifully of the sacrifice 1 *
fiioii': '. and ,clothes as we do right now. This erice flag with seventeen, stars 'lich had, been made, and the part i "Ensign: Benjamin Altman, of Charleston to Jacksonville curly Thurnduy! morn
J lease. do your level best! for us-right For our soldier boys so true. Lieu1 White had in the bringing of a S. C., is spending a furlough ut ing to spend! 'thanksgiving day with
now One blue star has turned to gold betti-i i, and brighter day for the world. his home in Raiford, visiting relativesand h,.. lather. uiiu II III Lt. rll.O' ){ has:
And we have lout a life bright, iiiuilf across the ..Atlanticuiiu
so eleven trips
-- I > Thrn young men, all\ rnemtxTs of this |I friends.
HKADFOKO; But our church will never, .never for Hill of HULK to U. o. punts His aid iriemU ,
COI QTY PIG WAS frat'-rnity, were present: Mr. ;: Word has been received that Private
PRIZE wlmT: ;; : FAIR getLieutenant Mail1' md :'11'. Futch, or Lake City, Mr. Tisun Sapp, of Raiford, will arrive on W" e glad to again grasp Inn hand.
I Richard Ray White.So of Live Oak cousin from ouch uneasiness, id felt by relative d
I GentryWhite; : a the first transports that sailed
:Second I'ri/e Carried Off By Carroll's!) : : I present this lovely flag, of !l..e ut. White. Mr. Hill accepted the France bringing the American sol und lends about the boys Mho have
Please place it on the wall, nut been heard from the ciu o at '
of fraternity since
Pearl Pure Bred Uuroc In gift and in behalf the S, A. K.: diers.Raiford.
honor of our soldier boys, thanked the family. He said Epperson and Chas. leas-I the war. It must bo lenicinuircU that
Whe answered to the calf. would from litany of the soldiers are lar ulield and
be in
That Bradford county can raise I this placed the University ley have lately been transferred .
L pureed As the where future could the that u is clillicult Our infill to get letter
hogs that will compare favorably I flag was accepted Knight hall generations the Great( Lakes training camp to
with any part of the state was provo : with a voice which shook with emo- view the likeness and hear the story U. S. Naval Operating Base, Hampton a lulled lor home. the letter
tion, his love for hero who his life for such Va.I'rlvate that ate arriving now are inm tiionu
en at the Florida State Fair Saturday, expressed our boys of th.- gave Roads,
: : I and his sorrow that the noble Witcher, of Lawtey who are located convenient to mail tacilitiea. -
J1" IOth) when second prize in the gold star must a cause. Jerry
oy contest was awarded have a place on the service i "A'hide With Me" was softly sung as I I section( writes his. mother to be suru It in only u little more
to (sarroll'a pearl, No. 26J92B. I The address was delivered by the' a closing! hymn for the impressiveservice and have the Telegraph sent to him in three Weeks yetthehw those

This eight months' old Duroc pastor, Rev. T. L. Z. Barr. He said which will long be remembered. France The boys all like to know M bl&r r from +
Jersey I who arc not convenient to the mulls.Lr. .
II'llt is the i one could hardly associate death with' what is going on buck ut home.
of Carrie Lee
property II TEACHERS INSTITUTE > and Mrs. :ti.: I". Morgan, of
one full of Sum's
Green, of Starke and i li a splendid so all that belongs' to virile; ; Jesse Ogden one of Unclp n
specimen of the breed. In her classat I I young; manhood but death is not the I'I'I boys, spent part of last week at Gras: bturuc: have lately heard from their {
the State Fair there are ten entries I| enemy of the Christian but his friend. (I Ii Pi' 'gram for institute to he held atStar'te ham with his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. son, M. Murgun, who U on duty in
representing almost every part of the :i You may turn the word "Death" into' on Saturday, December 14th : Isham Ogdcn. It wm his first trip Fruncu with the lulith infantry. Ho +

state from DeSoto county on the south u beautiful acroll'ic-lJfpllrture''' I 11, ocntion, Dr. W. G.; Law. home since entering the service. write tnul hu lain tine health, but '
"' Escambia county on the extreme Emancipation, Anticipation, Transpor.: SI, nool Organization, Prof. R. II. Linzin Lane, who has been spending complains that he is not receiving mail
western end of the state. I I tation Home-our friend has gone''' T,'SI'I .'. an eight day furlough with relativesat I I from homu. He asks that copies of ,
'uther club home. In his address he spoke of the Siiool" Records, K.: R. Poppell.II Graham, returned to his post of the Telegraph! be bent to him in order
county have raised members of this Bradford power of the totter and that all things |I I tory and Patriotism, Miss Jean- d.ity Sunday at Newport News, Va. that hi may read! the homo news. 'J hu I'
and should make their good pigs year ,: on earth shall and fall away but nett :Matthews. :Mr. Lane has been in the service of letter was written on :.November> 4th.
known to the Cross of Christ stands unshaken 'I II I Agriculture: in Rural Schools, Prof. Uni le Sam for two years I 1'l'IvatuIor"all wrote that the war
public by exhibiting: their I I In speaking of Lieut. Pinholster was going hoe unit. expressed) the belief -
Piirs! at the White he said: 'C. r Pope :Mrs. A. J. of Brooker, 'I
Lake Butler Bradford December County 10th Fair in I How long a man lives U of small Consequence i I I I.; t lure, Prof. T.. W. Bucholtz. received" a letter on November :-'fOth .. that it would soon be over. The
to : but the way he lives and p j i-mess. session. from her son, John W. Pinholster, Your ended ju,l seven days later.
The county fair association has offered I what he I I Colored: Soldier Died in Franco
accomplishes is of vast im ,! N ",n recess. which was written since the clo >tt of
liberal prizes to club members port. Richard Kay White lived twentysix I -- the war. The letter brought to !Mrs. Relatives in sturke of Amos Mo: ,
and every boy should deliver his pig I years, yet his accomplishments W. O. W. ELECT: OFFICERS: Pinholster the glad news that her boy Fashion, colored, have boon admixed, of
at the
fair ground Monday afternoon, ; were ten times his death Irum! disease, which occur
December I greater: than many I I Tli- annual election of officers of AllFriends was safe and sound.fieorgo. .
will 9th. The fair association & ; who reach their three score years and Camp No. 168 Woodmen of ; Lee Hoffman, 1nn'y man, red several weeks ago uvcr.eas. Me
for nee that the pigs are fed and cared i 'I ten. Here was a graduate of our High I the World, will be held Friday night who is on the steamship New Orleans, Fashion waj a worthy young colored l

out cost until to the Saturday, Dec. 14th, with : School ; he was also a graduate of our 'I Dec. 18th. All members are urged to was" in town last week visiting his man and his death is very much reKretted. -

- club members. university; he was a licensed law prac- I I Ibe present.! aunt, Mrs. J. R. Davis. He returned ?


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a r Doings at t Tallahassee"I. -l: ISSUES WARNING I I

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" r Increase in All Respiratory Dis- .':'.''''''! "' .
'1"I Tallahassee, Nov. 26.-:Mr. R. A, ether, however much they disagrees SPAIN AND ENGLAND REPORT .; "i'J': :
;\ Green, speaker pro tem and second as to the wisdom, of the governor in eases After the Influenza \ "' *
.', youngest member of the house, led a doing so. It was not, therefore possible INCREASE IN TUBERCULOSISAFTER '-
' strong fight this afternoon for the passage at the time for Mr. Wade to get Epidemic Probable.
I \ u : of the hog cholera serum bill, the his protest before the house in any INFLUENZA
veto of the to the contrary tangible shape so that it would haveto
1 r.; I'., w notwithstanding. The leading points be passed upon.Tallahassee Influenza Expected to Lurk for Month. EPIDEMIC.U. Fie.i8;;
of his argument being first the conservation Haw to Guard Against Pneumonia. 't&

't. of food during this great Nov. 2fi.-Hon. Cary A. Common Cold Highly Catching-Importance Health Service Warns
I 1 g'' stress; second, that the future of the lIardee, speaker of the 1915 and 1917 of Suitable Clothing" -Could : S. Public

,3 i e state rested largely on its hog raising houses, Judge Cephus L. Wilson, of Save 100,000 Live.. Public Against Tuberculosis. I II
to ;': industry; third that it was a fair and Marianna, and Attorney General VanC. I .. \ 1)1I
J f 1 non-sectional bill benefiting every Swearmgen, all of whom are prob- One Million Cases Tuberculosis -
farmer from I'rnsneola to Key West; able candidates for governor in the Washington, D. C.-With the subsidence
t ''J: ,I 1 fourth, that the farmers needed! and next state primary, were seen "mos- of the epidemic of Influenza the In United States-Each a
, demand it. the lobbies of the polit-
II I eying" around
attention of health officers Is directedto
r r.s..4 The opposition was led by Amos K. ically famous old Leon hotel today, Source of Danger.
.- Lewis, of Jackson county, and A. C. and it is a well known fact that more pneumonia, bronchitis: and other w
'J' Iliimlm, of Hillsborough.: Although laws and more governors and other diseases of the respiratory system
I ", j the opposition was spirited up to the high officials have been made in the which regularly cause a large numberof Influenza Convalescent Should Have N
U call of the roll, \'\ voted in the affirmative Leon than at the capitol, not to men- deaths, especially during the winter Lungs Examined-Cold*Which Hang
I j j and 29 in the negative: this being tion caucuses and candidates who nev- seauon. According to Rupert Blue, On Often Beginning of Tuberculosis! Makes Such
I C ""A t : n few short of the necessary two- er saw the light.Tallaha881'f' Surgeon General of the United States: No Cause for Alarm If Tuberculosis
thirds required to a bill over thet'
1 pass Public Health] Service, these diseaseswill I II Recognized Early-Patent Medicines Biscuits
t veto of the governor I Iec.) 1.-A bill providing UghtTasty
Mr. Green that he has be especially prevalent thl* win- Not to Be Trusted ,
. says as a majority for the confiscation and! destruc-
4'' with him that he will draw from ter unless the people are particularly
i up tion of alcoholic liquors taken mother call "Biscuits forllreaktast
, { I n bill placing the distribution of serum lawbreakers by officers of the law andrequiring careful to obey health Instructions." * * * * * * * * * Just let ,
I hf, I under the live stock Kanitary board that notice be given before "The present epidemic, said Sur- 1" We're sure there's a

t i and making a few other changes and the destruction of such confiscated liquors geon General Blue "has taught by bit. Beware tuberculosis after infiucnzn treat that can't be beat in store
; k n' put it across at his session. has passed the senate, having: ter experience how readily< a condition If *
No need to worry tender biscuits-
previously 1 passed the house. This beginning apparently ns a slight: cold for us light,
'; 1 Tallahassee, Nov. 26.-It was quietly measure cures a refect in the present may go on to pneumonia and death. you take precautions In time con- I toasty brown and all putted, up
L: 1 noised, about the streets and the hotel law and! permits sheriffs to destroy Although the worst of the epidemic Is 1I0n't diagnose your own For mother is sure
'' lobbies last that and beer the owners of which ditlon. lime your doctor examIne { with goodness I
ft j night Representative I whiskey over, there will continue to be a large
Wade of Clay county, would give cannot be apprehended. number of scattered cases, many of your lungs several times at I of her baking powder- Calumet.
the house, the governor and the coqn- them mild and unrecognized, which monthly Internals. Build up your i" us because
jig ,I try it jolt this morning. This morning Tallahassee, Dec 1.-It la evident will be danger spots to be guarded strength with right living good She never
i i when the first bill was presented that he legislature will not abolish entirely against. The Surgeon General likened food and plenty of fresh air. *
Involving the paying out of money belonging and without strings for pullingit Don't waste money on patent A CALUMETeAKINatPdWD
the situation to that after a
present (
to the state Mr. Wade pleaded buck the railroad commission, if I medicines advertised to cure tuA
with the house that action shouldbe any bill lessening its effectiveness is great fire, saying, "No fire chief who berculosls. A BAKING POWDER

deferred! until the legality of this favorably considered. !Many are outspoken understands his business stops playing Become a fresh-air crank and A her.
sitting should be determined. lie appeared in their desire for some provis- the hose on the charred debris as soon enjoy life. A'' t never disappoints
1{ however, to be about the only ion to be made for the recreating of as the flames and visible fire have dis NOTtlAOEBYTHLiR It's dependable, Results +
.'; member the floor who the railroad commission as soon as! appeared. On the contrary he continues flj '
{ on questioned *** ** ** * ** ** * *** Ialways the same-the best, li'j
9 + the authority of the chief executive of I the common carriers are returned by the water for hours end even
t. the state in calling this session toRi -, the government to their owners. days, for he knows that there Is dun- Washington D. C.-(Special.)-According ; Try it. '
.j- ger of the fire rekindling from smoldering to a report made to the United _
Cehumetcontninsonlysuch i
y embers." States Public Health Service, the epdemtc r
; THE CHILDREN'S HOME: SOCIETY I state. The society had at least one "Then you fear another outbreak of of Influenza In Spain has al.! clients as have been nppm

i contributor in every town on the map Influenza?" he was asked. "Not necessarily ready caused an Increase In the prevalence ; cinllybytheU,5,1'ualAutht
who'compose last and is of its demo-
fl The twenty-five prominent men year proud another large epidemic," said l and deaths from pulmonary tu S tsl
When You Dny ..t.rT1A .
I the board of directors of the cratic support. the Surgeon General, "but unless the berculosls. A similar association be r< ., You Save
', Children's Home Society have personally The $50,000 is asked to cover the Save When You Use It,
k"y You
people learn to realize the serlnusnehsof tween Influenza and tuberculosis was .
''f i contributed practuy]] all of the three following items: $5,000 to complete e{
ay" i'I funds to cover the overhead expenses the big work of 1918 free from the danger they will be compelled to recently made by Sir Arthur News-
I pay a heavy death toll from holme, the chief medical officer of the HiGHESTxSPREPARING
I t of the campaign, including printed debt; $ 5OUO to provide for 1,000 or- pneumonia 11Pf1
': 1 matter, postage, newspaper publicity, phan, homeless! and needy children and other respiratory discuses. English public health service, In hi. ,
ti etc., so that every penny received from during the year of 1919, at an average analysis ot the tuberculosis death rate
i the public ran and will be used direct- cost of $35:! each; $10,000 to providefor % Common Cold Highly Catching."It In England.In .
* Ir ly for the work of the society during 200 different children through the Is encouraging to observe that order that the people of the United -
; t the coning year. new children's boarding home locatedat people are beginning to learn that ordinary States: may profit by the experience
f i The (Home Society has certainly 1229 Osceola Street, Jacksonville, coughs and colds are highly of other countries Surgeon Genera
made a wonderful record of service to this home having recently been opened catching and are spread from !personto I Rupert Blue of the United States Public J
It the homeless, orphan and needy chil- by the society to provide for the person by means of droplets of I Health Service has Just Issued a kda 'Sr411
dren of the state, for more than 5,500 children of widowed mothers who otherwise germ laden mucus. Such droplets Bis- I warning emphasizing the need of special

i! T11 I' ; little kiddies from eight hours old up would need to give up their sprayed Into the air when careless or precautions at the present time, FOR A FIFTH LIBERTY FIRST TROOP SIIII'RII'ES!
little ,
' ones permanently.The '
9' i to sixteen years of age, and from every Ignorant people rough or sneeze with. "Experience seems to Indicate," says
neck of Florida and offices of the Children's Home LOAN IN NEW YORK OX S.TllWYNew
i and corner out covering their mouth and nose. It the Surgeon General, "that person:
representing all creeds and nationalities Society, 427-428 St James Building, Is also good to know that people hare whose resistance has been weakenedby
have been placed out in good fam will be the campaign headquarters, learned something about the.value of ; Washington, Nov. 30.-In prepara- York, Nec. 1,- The British
f { r j ily homes, sent to hospitals, sent to and the entire campaign will be per- fresh air. In when an attack of Influenza are peculiarly tion for the fifth war loan, the treas- steamship Mauretania, returning to
training schools, given temporary aid sonally directed by State Superintendent summer, !peopleare susceptible to tuberculosis. With ury department has announced the issuance the United States, with tht first! large
and shelter and other wise provided Marcus C. Fagg, who has worked largely out of doors the respiratory ' millions of Its people recently affected of six hundred million certifi- body of American overseas troops.anchored
for. so unceasingly for the building up of diseases (coughs, colds pneumonia with influenza this country now offers cate of indebtedness which is payableon in Gravesend bay at 7 Vdock
3 That the work of the society is a'' the great work of the home societyfor etc.) are Infrequent; In the fall, conditions favoring the spread of May 6, 1919, paying 4 1-2 per cent tonight. She was met by mvv and
real necessity in Florida is indicated the past eight years, the work now as people begin to remain Indoors, the tuberculosis." interest. The subscription period will army tugs. She will probably remain
... in the fact that over 950 little ones in being generally known as "Florida's respiratory diseases Increase ; In the run from December 5th to 10th. The at her anchorage until early tomorrow
I\ need have been given: aid care and attention greatest charity" winter when people are prone to stay One Million Consumptive In the maturity date of the issue as indicatedthe morning, when she is expected< dock
United State..
during the past eleven months, It is unconceivable that having gone In badly ventilated overheated rooms, fifth loan will be floated in April. at Hoboken.
s and each day averages three new children "over the top" in every big campaignof the respiratory diseases become very "Then you consider this a serious
- --- --- - - -- ---- --- --- - ----
'r in need to be cared for. every kind during the war that the prevalent menace? was asked. "In my opinionIt
The wonderful work of the Chil good people of Florida will not glad Is, though I hasten to add It Is distinctly -
I dren's Home Society of Florida is ly give up their bonds, their stamps Suitable Clothing Important. one against which the peoplecan
i+ state-wide, undenominational and is and their cash to help these hundredsof "Still another factor In the production guard. So far as one can estlmaftj
supported entirely and only by voluntary little ones in need right here at our of colds, pneumonia and other respiratory there are at present about one million .-'
contributions of money, food doors. I diseases Is carelessness or \Ignorance cases of tuberculosis In the United
a and clothes.! The support of the society The campaign began December 1st of the people regarding suit. States. There Is unfortunately no
increased from SOOthe and closes Christmas What finer .
has steadily $- Day.
M able clothing during the seasons when compute census available to show exactly -
i first to over '2,000 last Christmas gift could anybody make
year $' year the weather suddenly changes, sittingIn the number of tuberculosis per.
tfeld which indicates the increasing confidence than a Liberty Bond to serve the cavte.
warm rooms too heavily dressed or, sons In ench state despite the fact that
t ; and support of the people of the of childhood here in our own state.tilL .
what Is even more common, especially most of the states have made the disease
iL j I among women, dressing so lightly that reportabte. In New York city, THE UNIVERSAL CAR
windows are kept closed In order to be where reporting has been In force for
comfortably warm. This li a very Injurious many years, over 33,000 cases of tu-
i practice. berculosis are registered with the De

I partment of Health. Those familiar the Home Fires Burning yes
Could Save 100,000 Lives. with the situation believe that the addition "Keep ,

era; f :;' !' ; $ "I believe we could easily save one of unrecognized and unreportedruses and keep the Ford cars running, for these

hundred thousand lives annually la would make the number nearer
the United States If all the people BO.OOO. The very careful health survey are war times when it is necessary to

would, adopt the system of fresh air conducted during the past two employ econ
conserve to save to every
... --\1. living followed, for example: In tuberculosis years In Framingham, Mass, revealed ,
1 sanatoria. There Is nothing l'i:(>U cases of tuberculosis In o population omy to the limit. We

L YOUR STORE tnysterlous about It-no specific medicine of approximately 13,000.: If these Ford car
no vaccine. The Important thingi proportions hold true for the United Keep Your can your
i i Is right living, good food and plenty ft States as a whole they would Indicate running smoothly and
fresh air.Droplet that about one In every hundred persons Ford Car
For Xmas Is tuberculous. Each of these giving satisfactory serRunning -

ShoppingFilled Infection Explained In Picture. constitutes a source of danger to be vice for years to come,
"The Bureau of Public Health, guarded against.

Treasury Department, has Just Issueda What to D*, because we know the

with & complete stock of gift articles of rare beauty the striking well-known pouter Washington drawn by cartoonist.Uerrymau, In his statement to the public Surgeon car, know how to repair it the right way

and real intrinsic value The the modern General Blue points out bow Ford Nothing
I poster exemplifies those who have had Influenza should using the genuine parts.
method of health education, A few
protect themselves against tuberculo. counterfeit here. Our prices -
JUST A FEW HINTS years ago, under similar circumstances, from "bogus" nor
sis. "All who have recovered Influenza -
the health authorities would have Issued "" low. So bring Ford car to
says the Surgeon General, are your
Fine White an official dry but scientifically
,( DiamondsIn
"should have their lungs carefully ex here.
the authorized Ford
.y accurate bulletin teaching the role of
amlned by a competent physician. In
Ring or other Jewelry__________$25. $35, $50 up to $2500.00 droplet Infection In the spread ot respiratory fact It la desirable to have several examinations

,ni r Sterling Wrist Watches---------------------- .$15 and up would have diseases.understood The only the ones bulletin who made a month apart Such FORD GARAGEA.
:. examinations: cannot be made throughthe
Gold Filled. 15-Jewel Wrist Watches____ ____ $1650 to $50 00 would have been those who alA-ady be
clothing nor can they carried
Solid Gold knew all about the subject The man W. & G. A. ANDERSON Proprietors
15-Jewcl Wrist Watches_ _____ __ $27.00 to $12500 out In two or three mlnates. It the .
In the street, the plain citizen awl) the
Platinum and Diamond Wrist Watches _______$10000 to $.500 00 many millions who toll for their living IUIIKS are found to be free from tuberculosis STARKE, FLORIDA

Men's and Boy's Elgin Watches . _ _____$1000 to $125.00 would have had no time and no desireto keep them every so.effort This should can be be done made by to

Also Waltham. Hamilton and Howard's___ ____$12.50 to S35ocO! ology.wade" through; the technical phrase right living, good food and plenty of

Sterling Silver Cigarette Cases --- ---- __________$g 00 to $35.00! fresh air."

Sterling Silver., Vanity Cases _-__ ______ _____10.00 to $4500 I USE rk Surgeon Danger General Signs.The named especially r.

Cameo Brooches, Gold Mounted ----- -___ _ -$4.00 to $100.00 : 1REHANDIZROIIEF p BLIC against certain danger signs,

Silverware of All KindsFor 00 such hang on"These as "decline" and ("colds whit

he explained, were often the From Tacks U UThisls
beginning\ of tuberculosis. "If you do
not get well promptly. If your cold

r a small deposit you/ can select seems to bang on or your health and
strength decline, remember (that these
c your gift, have engraved and are often the early signs of tuberculosis. -

{ laid aside until wanted. No charge Place yourself at once under the a HARDWARE store and we sell
care of a competent physician. Tuberculosis
fQ { r for engraving. Is curable In the early stages. HARDWARE exclusively.But .

I.ww I. Patent Medicines Dangerous In Tuber we handle EVERYTHING in Hard ,ap'

,, r "Abwve alt do culosis.not trust In the misleading from a tack up.STARKE.
Lfr statements of unscrupulous CO.
1 R : i patent medicine fakers. 11.jre Is no
I specific medicine for the cure of tuber
Copies of this poster can be obtained culosis. The money spent on such Starke, Florida
Jacksonville Florida i free of charge by writing to the medicine Is thrown away ; Jt should
I Surgeon General, U. S. Public HealthService. b* spent Instead for good food and decent -
,, Washington D C living.. "

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DECEMBER 6. 1918. 1 18

- --- litter carriers had gone back safely, so the leg it has been a very pleasant bless you. I hate to think of being '
--- --- ---- - - I took out. But in the meantime, Fritz I rest. After spending two months back here in safety with only the danger EXTRA SESSION---

i had worked up some machine guns on sleeping in tho rain and mud, you can I of rolling; out of bed while you
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. our left to the rear of our line and they imagine the joy of clean sheets and a folks are exposed to the dangers of

i'' cut loose on me. 1 kept going on the bath and having my back rubbed twicea numerous Fords! except on 'gasless
I run, zigzagging one way and another I' day. Of course it's n bit monoto- Sundays, OF LEGISLATURE

News J] and made several hundred yards toward nous to stay in bed a month and not "Affectionately,
[ Live State safety and was not far from tho be out a minute, but after an overdoseof "OSCAR.'

top of another hill, the crest of which, activity, far be it from this man "!'. S. And don't clean sheets feel STARTS NOV. 25

once passed, meant safety. The bullets to kick."Your. good after sleeping in cold muddy
Told by Our Exchanges. whipped the ground all around me, No. 27 has just come with a mud! ,.1
- I and at last they clipped my right leg letter from Kebnh, the very first since "0. P. HILBURN,
-- -- --- didn't me. Pretty noon they leaving the front. You can imaginemy Governor Catts Novemln-v
--- -- --- but stop 1st Lieut., 28lh Inf., Am. Kx. Force, on Ifith

I\V G. garrison, one of Winter Hav- of cucumbers shipped to that market. put one through left ankle The latter joint delight.per cent It better.makes one f'lu thousand Base Hospital No. 4S, Am. P. O. issued nn executive of order calling the
and gave me a legislature Florida into nn <->trn"r.
V< prominent business men dropped but slow "The last mail received at the front 7SO, Franca
did not throw me or stop Binary session on November :'Jfith.! 4
a.1 i of heart failure at his home Wed- The castor bean hulling\ plant in ed so much I was afraid that I was rend! under shel! fire t -an awful .
me up At this session .
Plant City is one of the busiest placesin 1)E11AI1K,11'ION special legislationwill
a day morning. could no longer dodge, SO' I went to bombardment. with 'one-fifty-fives. It POINT) OF )DIXIF ,
l Ito considered relative to
this section and the work will con- a \bone
the nearest shell hole and piled in was a. very varied lot of letters and )DIVISION:: : NOT DKTKKMINKM: : \ : dry law, tax automobiles labor for
Beans on
l Bartow's new postoffice, occupied fore tinue for several weeks. are head first. It was only a hole made it would),) have been funny if the writers -
time last Sunday, is a handme shipped there from various points in could have the circumstancesunder farms and other things. Special attention
first and not large seen
South Florida, separated from the by 'seventy-seven' Washington, Nov. 30.-In a statement will be given to measures that
structure, costing approximately and ankle began to get sore and which they were read. made here by Gen. Peyton O.
hulls and to the oil plant at as my will encourage returned soldiers to
of the
of the cost
B9,000 exclusive wait here until dark "It was very lucky that none of my
Gainesville. stiff, I decided to :March, chief of staff he said that the settle in this state.
bt. and started at once enlarging the hole wounds were infected and very strange; Florida men who were originally mo-
musteredout with my hands so that I would be sure There were no bullets to probe for I bilixed at Camp Wheel 'r with those The Florida Times-Union is making
1 Florida Educational Associa- Enlisted men are being under ground level. It was and no injured tissues or .shattered special arrangements to cover the
The of being from Georgia and Alabama, would be
ion and Southern Educational Society at Key West in bunches of fifty then about 8 o'clock a.m., and I knewit hones to /get out and make the holes mustered out at that place, unless it news of this special sea ion of tho
hundred have already .
and several gone
till meet in Gainesville at the high in occasional would not be dark until after 7 larger. My clothes were filthy and in shown within the next few days that legislature. Trained correspondentswill
Jchool auditorium December 31st to away. They until will the leave demobilization of o'clock that night. Could not move, 110 very liable to infect a bullet passing there are more men from other statesin furnish the Times-Union with detail .
squads of each Hession. The
2nd.Without hand taking out a through them. It is literally true that reports news
January I dug with my left the 31st or "Pixie" division than L
those stationed there is complete. Key coming direct to the Times-Union office .
had I I had not had those clothes off for a '
soon my
handful at time,
a there are from Georgia, Florida and
a hitch, the Bagdad, a 800 West being a permanent naval station shelter more comfortable. My nailswere whole month, much less a change except Alabama. by wire where special operators d'
on schooner was launched from the i will have regularly more than' a thousand soon worn to a quick and then I for socks which a soldier has to will bi on duty to receive the news.

,anl of the Bagdad shipbuilding plant I uniformed men there. found a steel mirror in my pocket and ('hanlle.ry time it is possible. ThenI Texas has about five thousand men ,' News dealers anti news boys are
in the 31st division and it I is possible
Milton in the of was twelve hours without first allowed therefore
uesday at presence I used that. It occupied me and helpedto even not return privilege.,
i large number of people. Appearing Tuesday morning for shearing keep me warm. I suffered with cold I aid I or imti-totanus serum and thirtyfive that they will be mustered out somewhere they order only the number of papers( t
before United States Commissioner hours before the in that state, otherwise Camp for which have '
I all day which was not helped by several operation. they regular/ purc-has-
i \ fleet" of ten submarine chasers and Carl Noble a white man, A. showers and a bit of sleet. "When in that little hole, wounded Wheeler ers. It: i H therefore not safe for any r
Antrol boats ordered to Jacksonville !Mitchell, and a negro, Lawrence Williams Shell Hole my chances looked to me to be nil, It is unofficially stated that the men one to depend! upon buying a paper
Florida both of Ferdinand, pleaded not Under Fire in a will be debarked, at Charleston, Savannah
or participation in the State humanely speaking, and that only from the newsboy at 5 cents Then,
Tail and exposition, arrived Sunday guilty of the charge against them, "Every time I moved enough to show prayer anti faith would pull me thru. or Jacksonville, if they go to too, it Is) cheaper for you to place an t
|mi docked at the foot of Main street. that of having sold whiskey to twom..n the crown of my helmet, Fritz would I believe it yet and daily offer thanksto Camp Wheeler, and! at some Texas order with the Times-Union agent,
of the United States navy. The pop-pop at me and soon he started to the kind Father above who took point of they go to a Texas camp.) asking him to deliver the paper to

Police Officer Ernest Keefer was at- defendants were placed under bond. drop trench mortar bombs around me, care of me and for you folks and H('- - your address at twenty cents per weekor
ju-ked and seriously cut by three ne- and entertained me with them all day bah back home, who pray to Him for Colds Cause Grip and Influenza you may place an order with the
frc soldiers in Jacksonville Monday The Florida annual conference of -some of them maying craters within my safety. And that old passage about LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE Tablet remove the Times-Union direct anti have: the paper ,
hiirht. While his injuries are severe, the Methodist Episcopal church which six inches of my shell hole. Maybe I 'a thousand shall\ fall nt thy side,' etc. There Is only one "Bromo Quinine. delivered to you by mail at the
hev are not likely to prove dangerous. ... convened in Bartow this week, with was not scared, but I knew they hadat )I'on't ever believe anyone who tells: MUM.E. W. GROVE'S signature. oo box. Sea rate of $9! per
Bishop Candler, of Atlanta, presiding, least eleven hours to range those you the men of the A. E. F. are bad- year.-Adv.
Permit was issued Monday'to the had two important measures to be con- minnenwerfers on me and it looked the man who so is liar or ig- 44 '
)I says a
Jacksonville Terminal Company for sidered and acted on, one a proposed like a good bet that they would finally norant. The 'dough-boy! ,' the real . 4tt 4.$74 4 + 'I For a Sour Stomach. u1

She ronstruction of "butterfly" sheds elimination of the word "catholic"from secure a bull's eye and blow me up. I fight-niun of the army who has been + LEGA1. NOTIC1'S Fat: sparingly, particularly, of meats
V the new union depot in Jacksonville. the church creed, and the other tried to play dead in the hope they in the big fights, has more faith than 4 + dl + * * NOTICESit + . + + + + masticate your food, thoroughly and
Those sheds will cost approximately ) the giving of laity rights to women would lay off, but they never did until anybody else in the world, and will put take one of ('Ifiunherlnin's'I'ablets after i ,
members of the church dark. Four times Fritz put an artil- Sit. nmnthH nftar. ilnte twrraf tWIn! prmtntmy -Adv.
J 100000. 'pillars' back home, to shame. And vmichpm end anal account to the IlnnnniM\ 4 l
II lery barrage on that hill that worriedme you've no conception of his bravery r:..... A. niintintr.. County Judge of llrn!r I Fourteen dead wild turkeys strung bit. Florliln. unit ..k for my nnnl itln.rhnru .
Florida has made the most remarkable a it's marvelous. He is the bravest of Piles Cured In 6 to 14 DaysPruallae
record of any state in the south- around the top of an automobile passing "I whistled and sang to keep up my the brave and back home he was just I'n.lcThlll.' nn fiilmlniHtrntor drepnnnl.Thu .. of the mtnttt of W. 11. rrfiinil it PAZO OINTMENT fall*

pastern department in the recent Unitd through Punta Gorda from Lee nerves so as to not to he too much an American youngster farmer, salesman the Hlh, dity of AuRUxt. 191H to turn llchlim.. Illlnil money nlnmllniliir l I'rntruillail I'llrn.
War Work campaign The grand county Friday, bore witness to the subject to shell shock and help my student, soda jerker chauffeur, J. L. UNHKItHIt.t. intently=: r relieves I Itching: rum and 4'tan KH
wholesale destruction of game now go- marbles what 8-9'Amo. Administrator. t'eu slier lie first awlluiliuo. '&lo : t
And all face
otAl for Florida shows $975,000 sub- courage a bit, and played or not. alike death
pcrihed to this campaign. ing on in this section. No less thana with bits of rocks to make time pass. and joke or grin and get seared, and
hundred cars loaded with hunters, I could l almost .swear an hour had always got what they go after no matter -
Passenger train No. 85 over the Atlantic guns, dogs and camping/ equipments passed, look at my watch and it would whnt it costs And don't ever believe 'sc't
Coast Line was wrecked Sunday passed through there in one week going be only five minutes-the dny seemed that Fritz can't fight any more- '
night at si* o'clock. The train was I to the hunting grounds Interminable he has contented, every inch of Verdun *

bound. for Tampa and ran into an open "My plan was to wait for dark! and und it is An inferno. I KNOW. I IVIIS / I i'
witch at Huntington, the engine and A negro giving his name as John then crawl back, about a half kilometer at St. :Mihiel, and that was easy The / ,
nail ar turning completely over. Thompson was placed under arrest atSt. to a ruined billage; where I could l !Marne was easy comparativtly speaking /
Augustine for the alleged crime of probably get a stretcher to first-aid, but at Verdun the \Hoche had to
Th legislative committee of the passing worthless checks. It appears dragging lame legs after me. Per- hold 1 or lose all.
|Stall Association of Tax Assessors that the man had successfully workedthe flaps I could my have made it, but I have "1'1I"\ out of the fight for a while
Ijnei in Tallahassee Tuesday to confer worthless check scheme last September doubts as to the ability to stand and after a pick leave will probably !
with thi state tax commission for the when he had the check cashed the pain of my ankle. f bp L sent to this S. O. S. (service of I J
purpose of deciding upon legislation by J. A. Lew. He wag offering a checkat With the Night plyl) at some easy job until my sup-I
Aid Comes
I to hf asked for during the regular ses- Weiss' store when Mr. .Lew happened Is fit for hiking again. Should bi
| Sinn in April. to be in the store and the man "Park finally began to come on andI In at least sir months and the war
was detained until the arrival of a po sat up to see if it were dark enough may probably, be over in that time.

Some of the finest and most beautiful liceman. to: start safely at the slow pace I would "We nre hoping for tho end. Am
I leaf tobacco that has even been have to take and I saw three men some ready to come home now for I've Been
1 shown in Tampa was brought to the The first white quail reported in this distance away. I yelled and whistled about worything in this war that
Tribune office J. state carried by hunters to Live and thoy finally heard and came to
[Tampa Saturday by was there is I to see and my five bullets! com
I A, Riles, perfect leaves, ranging from Oak !Monday. A pair of these white me. One was the brigade adjutantand pletes the show for me. I even got 1) lu ennnnal eat
I eighteen to twenty-five inches in sie, quail have been seen by different he at once sent back for a litter, In a hit of gas but was only sneezinggas r
I made up the bunch. hunters running with a covey close to /rave[ me his coat and a piece of choco- and except for 'sounding off' with
that city, but only one has been shot. late, and before long they had me on n rapid! fire of vociferous sneezing for
John T. Burnett of Wauchula re- The bird is a beautiful snow white, the way to first aid. At first aid they half an hour, it did me no harm. The 1't'
ceived a wire last week stating that with the exception of a bunch of brown gave me, first, a smoke, or at least the only thing I missed was getting hit bya
[ seven crates of English peas which he markings on the back and under wing. chaplain did, and a cup of chocolate; piece of shell, and, I do not regret You cannot get the fifil heat
had shipped to New York had sold for The bird was sent to Jacksonville to then came anti-tetanus serum, splints that in the least, as shells are 'bad ac-
$9!) per crate, and Oliver Revell received be mounted and will probably be pre- and bandages. Then pretty soon an tors'"You've:
$8 per crate for nineteen crates I, sented to the National !Museum. ambulance to the ambulance station value of fuel from a poor or ;
where they gave me a-bit of morphiato perhaps thought me negligent -
-- : ease the pain of moving, as my in writing but we can't get a
nerves were pretty far gone, then another letter mailed very often during an offensive worn-out stove.
ambulance to the field! hospital even if there is time to write i I

Letter of Absorbing Interest where there was a stove and lots of and the material for it. [I r

; blankets to finally get me warm and I """ur mind can rest easy about my. We handle a line of high- ;
slept until noon when they loaded me safety so far as the war is: concerned!
From Young Florida Officer II on again and. took me to evacuation for .1 good, long time.. I'm not even 1

hospital, cut off what wan left of my 0111 'if splints yet. But don't forget grade heaters that insure fuel
clothes, put me in ", x-rayed I to otfer thanks to the good God! who ,
i< me, put me on the tale, turned on the I took; .-are of ",.'. It was a close Ball, a aN.
I Om of the most interesting letters I ing the cap half way out of it and it I I ether. I wiggled my finger at the doctor hilI''Mi's\ Wl'1thllt\ end well.' (".'"t and one of them
I yet written from France by a Florida I i did not explode. If the shell had gone I to let him know I was going under 1 la i uerre'--'It is the war,' as!'; the economy, any
I boys I one from Lieutenant Oscar P. off it would have torn me up a bit. and then woke up in bed with the Fr..h', '
I I Hi',' < published in last Sunday's Yesterday a man from my platooncame ': desire for a smoke and. an awful hun- 'I.ood-bye, lots of love und God will be an ornament to your ,
Tampa Tribune. Lieutenant
HilburnI to see me. He was next to me ger. I called the nurse and told her
I i a mn of Rev. J. P. Hilburn, one otI..rld's when 1 was hit, and explained why the which unusual after --
wants, were so! -
I well known and greatly be- wound in my abdomen did not get me my ether that she would not be con- The Strong Withstand the Winter home.
I loved :Methodist ministers, and is a -he said it hit the extra pistol magazines vinced for while that I awake Cold Better Than the Weak
I nephew of Judge :Sam J. Hulburn, of on my belt and us they are steel I i. but after a bit she took was word for, You must have Health Strength and En-
I Palatka who is well known in Starke. and were full of shells, they broke the ] a my durance to light Colds,Grip and Influenza.
: it that I wan awake and I got both. i ii You look them
I Lieuti, 'ant, Hilburn himself has few'l) force of the bullet, so the walls were .I i Was also curious to know if my left I When your blood Is not In a healthy at be f r r you
I "if any, acquaintances among the not pierced otherwise, it might have foot still if it condition end does not circulate properly, r
I er' ,,f the Telegraph/ but his letter. is I been vapor for me. I I was on or were just my your system is unable to withstand the and i
imagination. I asked the nurse! to look buy back diem
I H' tine and gives so good an idea of the I "Today I hobbled about the ward a and see she looked and said it was, i Winter colcLOROYE.S of is our
I truth! and hardships and dangers that little on crutches and had a big time. but for fear she was just kidding me, !I TASTELESS Chili TONIC

I jui L' I III i 't that we are sure it will\ prove a jully bunch of wounded officers. We and Q '
f )I could see for myself. Not that it mat. and Influenza by Purifying Enrichingthe
I >
nirnging interst to all. Moreover 'kid'
each other, read, and 'rag' the I I
tereil\ much to me at the time; it was \Blood.It .
I '** *o fine an insight into the I nurses and we are generally like a just curiosity. contains tho well-known tonic prop DeWIIT C. JONES
I character
and spirit of our young men bunch of youngsters of five Iron form
years. erties of Quinine and in a
''h ii I I The Joy of Ch'anh'ptl4:; I
I must fill every American heart :
Describes a Hot Scrimmage for Machine acceptable to the most delicate stomach
I with pride when it is remembered Gun -%est "The next afternoon they loaded me and la pleasant to take. You can soon feel Starke Florida
I th "r Lieutenant Hilburn is a typical I "How on a hospital train and after two days' 1 its Strengthening.Invigorating Effect. 6Uc. .
was I hit? :
I Ame-ican soldier. My company took
train ride, landed here and was soon
I This boy, just back from the valley I over before.part We of the front line the night in bed. bathed, and had both my legs -
I 'hf shadow; of death, preaches a were in the big offensive propped up in the air on nice soft pil
[ w ilerful sermon to those who ready north of Verdun and so it was: not a lows and my back rubbed with alcohol.

| h .tter thoughtfully. The letter is I tine trench sector the but open warfare. Our I And aside from some dreams at night T. RITCH Pre W. T. WEEKS V-Pres. J. II. RITCH, Cashier
x ''tti-i, was on reverse side of a little
to his parents and is fol-
hill. Each man dug himself a little fighting Fritz and getting hurt in

hole just big enough and deep enoughto 1- -
Base Hospital No. 48, Nov. 2, lie down in and be below ground CALOMEL DYNAMITES
I Dearest folm: At last I've 101A'1 level.
i '(. (jet paper again and I A SLUGGISH
'' "There were Boches on three sidesof LIVER Starting Right
mi to let you know that I am us bo after daylight it wax not safe

ming"1 along nicely. to stick one's head up. In front of us, Crashes Into Sour Bile, makingYou I
'nhled you a few davs ago go ucout hundred yards, and the other .
that you would not be worried in case side of the crest, was a machine gun Sick and You Losea
>ran" heard of my wounds Could not neat that was onnoying one of out. 1r
raj in my cable that I was wounded iiU advancing on our right our and the Day's Work. The fight is half won when you get the RIGHT START. To the

i.ul>. only let you know that I was safe. captain told me to go out and get it. is of much
/.u cannot cable in regard! to casualties 1 picked a number of men from my Calomel salivates! If young business man, nothing so importance as

and I am a casualty at presnt. platoon, took a repeating shotgun for Calomel acts like mercury
Yp, I am wounded and out of the myself and started out. We went to liver. on a sluggish -
fight for some time. All my woundsare the crest of the hill and opened up. I When calomel comes into A BANK ACCOUNTIt
contact with
entirely well now except my left started firing with the shotgun, hring sour bile it crashes Into
ankle, and it is doing nicely-In course over the crest, dropping down and it, causing cramping and nausea.
>f few months it should be as good coming up to fire again in another If you feel bilious, headachy, con-

iew again I I of place. The nest was in a small clump stipated and all knocked out, just go my be small at first---doesn't always need to be large, but it should ,
'eryone says it is very remark-i bushes and 1 pumped buckshot thru to your druggist and get a 60 cent I
'hat one should get hit as many the bushes from one end to the other. bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, which carry all his CASH transactions. Every payment should be made

:in, as I was and get off so light At last, I must have forgotten to Is a harmless vegetable substitute for it.IT'S
rt.1 ne dodge, for a bullet grazed: right through .
through my right leg went elbow my dangerous calomel. Take a spoonfuland
're through the bone without shat. < and knocked my hand off the
if it doesn't start liver HELPFUL---IT'S STABILIZING IT'S ENCOURAGING.This
your and -- .
gun as I started
''g it the tiniest bit, and now you to fire. I took straighten
0 not believe that a bulet had gone aim and ftvd again. Then later they than you up better and quicker Bank wants your checking account--LARGE OR SMALL
tnr clipped in the nasty and without makIng
'11r"( as there are only two small i i"an me abdomen and in the
' the size of a thirty calibre bul-' thigh. I then told the N. C. o. to take you sick, you Just go back and get
if.T"e I leg Is not strong yet and al I charge and I fell back to my hole to your money.
!litt," stiff from disuse but 1 I.* doingry get first aid and they told, me to beat If you take calomel today you'll be BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
well. it back to a first aid station where sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides

Bullet does Through a :Shotgun; Shell more could be done for me as the It may salivate you, while If you take Bradford Financial
stomach wound looked bad and might County's Stronghold
"The place on my left thigh Is well, be very serious. Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up
just two little scars, as it was a flesh feeling\ great, full of ambition and ESTABLISHED 1889
wound. There was certainly luck on WoundedJI'aln While Making for the ready for work or play. It's harmless,
that wound, as the bullet went througha First Aid Station Pleasant and safe to give to children ,

shotgun shell in my pocket, knock- "Early in the morning: runners and..... they: like It. (13( -4H);


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cation.A to hold hU trenches but we just shot I And heroes they are; but now and Thy motor bas the grip, [Gone is my bank rol. <' -
Bradford County Telegraph ;: boy or girl can And time to do all I them down so fast that our rifles and I.I thenIt Thy spark plug has the pip, No more 'twould cholc. ,",'

I the work in other line that should be machine guns got so hot we could strikes me that so are these other And woe is thine. I As once before .w'
--- -.--. -- -- -- imposed upon them and still keep up i hardlv handle them. I got three bullets -E men.Baywindow. I, too, have suffered chills, Yet if I had the nv
; +; Ipblied. weekly' and entered a.. their studies. A few hours each day I through my gas mask, two hit Ague and kindred ills, I So help me, John, ai-

s : S red class matter .> the pout-office at'' given to real work will only nerve r.iy pack and one clipped me on the (" Perkins and Lathe-leg Endeavoring to pay my bills, I I would buy myser ,_
them the better for their studies. Ana \Land. I was also hit on the foot by a t Lane, Since thou wert mine. And speed mmRHSSffi ?
Starke Florida.
r'+ ,I a few hours of work each day is all of shell. After I got the three i Sawed-otT McGinniss and FoureyedKane
= -- that should be required of them under I r.uleta! in my gas mask, which made it

E. S. .MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner. any circumstances. cif no use, a gas shell landed near me And the others would give their eyes

: J, C. ROBINSON, Associate Editor. Keep the children in school.\ They (1" nd the gas put me out of the game. I to go
i /! I are our future citizens and we can't was taken back to the first aid station Away to the front, but they can't andThey're
t utTord to lower the standard. I and sent from there to a field hospital so RemembranceYou
-. .--- filter 1 was sent away back to the showing their patriotism fine Lasting

t,, \b: J! \1918 DECEMBER I9IOrno3E5si7 I base hospital. I am getting. along fine Where glory's searchlight may never
will here for about three weeks.
\ taut be shine
.ax wow rca wa. rota rte II Soldier Letters. IIThe II i You can answer this letter to my old Oh its thrilling to march amid ring- wouldn't give a gift if you thought the rccipi-
address. Will write you later and tell ing cheers
r : I ron more about the battle. But man! Its hard amid snickers ent would soon neglect the gift and forget the giver.

It Your loving son, and !
i jeers
t 13J14: Telegraph has the pleasure this I CLARENCE E. WARE. j Thep give gifts that LAST--that contribute pleas.

y 8T910)'tI week of publishing,. two letter from !! They're the funniest, earnestest, misfit -
Private Clarence E. Ware a Stark l.ndO'r date of October S'th, James crew ure 365 days in the yearJEWELRY-

21 boy who took part in the big righting Knox Thrower wrote the following interesting That ever stepped out their part to

- ,' that/brought Germany to her knees. letter to Miss Olive Ray: do, ,
l2W4 262728: The first loiter was written to his Hope you wont think hard of me for ( And we who watch 'em can't help but "
brother and tells of a thrilling experience ;
riot writing... I have just pot a letter laugh I
he had
which latelypassed. '
: through from cousin in Atlanta asking4meI At our bright remaVks and our
my !
293031 The second letter was writtento j
: !I I haven't written to her. If you thoughtless chaff.
.t Mrs. E. L. Ware, Ocher
his mother on -
havi Yet we know these soldiers who will
nil knew what a bad we are -
------- -- and he tells of havingbeen
-- :3rd it
: in flinch j
'i ing over here you would say. "Our not There is scarcely an article in our entire stock
to the Bradford out of the by poisongas thai
A monument game;
splendid put
hays don't have time to write." Somei From ,gibes; for danger don't give an .
I county boys who died in the nerd after his gas mask had Keen punctured :!i I cf our boys have not written to their inch. I S 'would not make a suitable present for mother, lather
d 9 vice should 04' placed In the courtyardthat by German bullets. The letters mothers in three weeks. For the lastfver.tyeight And if sudden, desperate need shall '
their names and a.bie.t'm..nt.otrohoul ; follows: have come sister, brother, son, daughter sweetheart or friend
days we seen some
f the worst of things that could hap- We will all] thank God for our Guard !

//1 ter'IIY for Bradford's citizens to Dear Brother: ,,1'r pr. in this war. But nevertheless we at home! Jewelry is, and has been always, the PROPER
for them What think I intend
r' show their honor I suppose! you never 1
1i' school boy or girl would mind contributing to write you again. Well, George, inthe ).I I rule have! driven the Germans. \back fifteen -u.e'Shippey in Sabetha (Kansas) I : Christmas present,-and our jewelry is of the PRl( )P
to a fund for a monument toe last two months I have been on the Star. : (
the young men who died! in their young! firing line twice. I was In the lineal I j I I have had to do some first aid work I i ER kind.
manhood that the boys and girls now five days the first time and nine days 1 that I did not think could be done. I France France, France, we're coming i
e growing up should never experience the second time. I IT I work just as hard as I can, for I wantto over, I A nice line of wrist watches in Elgin \Valtham j
' tif will. fell about somethinewhch >; see the Germans all in Germany and
[ I the horror war yon Side by side to tight the Hun. :
; will I interest yo-u. We had! been I net in France or any other place! thaton't 'Neath the red, the white, the blue I and Geneva. Gents and boys sizes in Elgin, V(, al- !

; THE "CLl'B- METHOD in the trenches two day and we were | < belong to them. I think it will. Well straight thru hell with : tham and Illinois. '
rli r go you
I be before we have them whip.ped.
in dugouts in the side of a hill. It was I not < long
tf'"I', "I' of' And well put old Kaiser Bill I upon then
about :S p. m.. when the sergeant
I Contributed) 1 i Our line of Valliers is
'my platoon came to me and said I guess I will have to go up tonight- quite complete. Diamond

I .i When but a few years ago, the "Ware, I have you on a nice job for | I am going now and get my first aid Cameo and assorted stone mountings. Cuff Links.
I 1\ movement was started! to organize the tomorrow night. So I said Alightwhat'a belt ready. MV AUTO TIS OF THEE : '
h l, j boys and girls, men and women of the up now!" He laughed anti| Don't forget to write to me. for I Brooches Tie Pins.
t land into clubs for the better further. said we were to be members of a wir-1 I do love to hear from you. My: auto, tis of thee. !

'} '.f p ing of various agricultural interests, ing party and told me to be ready at As ever' Short cut to poverty i If Diamond is needing attention or
o a the promoters were far from dreaming 11 clock tomorrow night Well 11 j Of thee I chant I your getting
'" l cf the great benefit these organizations did not know just. what kind of a stunt I THE SMILEYV1LLE HOME I blew a pile of dough loose in the mounting, have it attended to.Ve have a
were destined to confer upon the this was that they intended to pull GUARDS On you two years ago 1
\,.. ::1'" t If' country. Promoted originally largely off but I was willing to take a chance. I And now you quite refuse to go,. nice line of ring mountings in 14-k gold and white gold.

), as a matter of pride in achievement The next night: the sergeant came Bay-window Perkins and Lath-leg Or wont or can't. i
j I for achievement's sake, they had really I around at 9 p. m., and told us to be i I Lane, Spectacle and eye glass mountings. Broken lense
\, placed their country in a position ready with battle equipment at Sawed-off MfOinniss and FoureyedKane Through town and countryside.You .
,1 / ,I. to mobilize her enormous resources hour mentioned. We fell in at th.1 were my joy and pride; E matched or ground to order. Repairing done as

,." ; for the most titanic struggle this world in front of our dugout where we I Got up the Home Guards in Smi'.ey-: Ah. happy day! promptly as possible.
1'1 has ever passed through. The urgency order to load our pistols anid rifle I f nile I loved thy gaudy hue.

;f'I 'i J.. of the food situation made these put ten steel jackets in the magazine And every night on the square they'd Thy nice white tires so new. E You will find
,I', ; ,1 organizations a heaven-sent boon. of my rifle and loaded up my Colt .*.>. \ drill. But now you're down and out for true a very good line of Stationer and

' They enlisted effort that had hitherto considering myself good for a pretty )Ifight. And the loafers gather to give 'em In every way. Novelties at prices usually low for the quality. Call
; been either: misdirected or utterlywasted. good I told the sergeant,; I was i chaff:
1"I', t.4 ready and he replied that I might need I I And watch 'em with many a hearty To thee. old rattle-box. and see for yourself.
t. I' I The coming year should see such an them before I got back. He then looked j laugh. Came many bumps and knocks;
f' 'V effort on the part of the various agricultural the men over so as to make sire j For maybe there's been a funnier how For thee I grieve. f
''I t /I.; clubs as will\ make the worldsit that nothing was forgotten, and then.! But it never came to our town, if so. Badly thy top is torn. E
!t,1 up and rake notice. Greater results rave the order to follow him in single! i Thy seats are old and:! ..worn U. D. MINER

p ", ,t: should be accomplished because file. We marched through the trenches '| You see it ha ben just a little while The "'I .xiping cough' affects thy horn. C
they have long parsed the experimental about a mile in the direction of the Since Company: B marched out in style. T do believe. Starke Florida
i, stage and are now firmly establish reserve line s. We then climbed out of' Man! How we thrilled with pride and >0 ,
ed. The preliminaries of organization the trenches and marched a short. dis- pain! Tlfy perfume swells the breeze.
t and experiment are past and the road tance along an old sunken, road. Herewe We cheered by Heck! till we made it While good folks choke and sneeze, I """
'I', .1 lie* open\ before them, with signboards came to a large pie of barbed wire. rain! As we pass by. .
e l correctly placed and all needed i\nfor- Twenty of us took 10 rolls of wire and And. the mayor called 'em "our heroesall I paid for thee a price
; C: motion thoroughly worke dout and the ether eight men took each a load Twoud buy a mansion twice, I -
.' ,, available for all. of stakes or light posts. We eouldrit' Who'd nobly! answered their country'scall" Now everybody's yelling "lee"- y 'i 1i
t The day has arrived when the closest very well take the wire through the I wonder why .
iI rJ't.t. possible cooperation) is neeesL&ary trebches so we followed a path over I
between every agency that baa to do the top down to th. front Ime again. ; I
with the great problem of the world's w. got to the front line alright without I See
1 food ul't' ). Only by such co-opera-' the Germans seeing' us, though SOUTHEAST HEROEi.- :NCE: ';_- .
, tien can we hope to overcome the great they were continually: sending up parachute .1 , : ; These

handicaps under which we are now lights. causing us to halt twice _

laboring.Every pig club, corn' club, vegetableclub to escape reaching observation.After the. first line trenchwe GET SUPPLIES AT LESS THAN I ; ZEngineFeatures

canning club, or club of whatever halted for a rest and orders. The
\\,1 .f kind should be thoroughly awake and sergeant soon<< came around and told u* r
,t' j direct its supreme efforts toward the what we were going: to da and all WHOLESALE PRICES OVER HERE L Mor Fairoar..s

+ working out of the plans of our !rOvt about it. He said there was a German i !mr
t eir.mect. Your country calls for the patrol ahead of us but we had sect,
I' t best that in you lice The opportunity Oat: a patrol to put them back where 2. Econcical
: -i ity and the material are at your hand. they belonged and we were going into I, RID TRIANGLE SHOULDERS EXPENSE"" OF TRANSPORTATION PROM \ in try. >Lid
I No-man's land to put up this wire ,
; i' KEEP THE CHILDREN SCHOOL where the C rmar.had torn gaps in J e
. f the entanglements\ with their artil- i REDUCED TO FINAL BASIS AND RESULTS 3. s.rp
I, -- lery. He then instructed us that if and t: Kh
i Contributed) NOW ARE VERY CRATIFVINQ.Th flora"sinl
r : With the matters to stand perfectly still in whatever l.1jtI1Ie"II1t!:: ,
many were
pressing Am.rt :mjLS overseas with have taetlites for !
1 ooab&tttla
; g a
claimicg the attention of idle people! position 'ae were in until it had'
I and the urgent need of every hand at settled to the ground and burned out !&. high oat of UrlZiC Cat are absolutely beyond u.. reach of clvtllaas am i Q uality ASStYI'tb !per'
1 I the plow that can possibly be miutervd Sv me of the English troops went out this aid. of the Atlantic. Even their sat) 1u.ru1t'&a tobacco b- J bariruCyliodcr

the temptatioB is great to slack. ut on and chased the German patrol back t<- colt, cake aDd similar arUci**. are O ..&:11.AtI. at prices that an oitaid-- e.rabtl

school atteedance. Ths temptation their line, killirg! three cf them. We lower than those charged by la American dtl*. Bort ,.
should! be rr*!'td. Xo child of school' th crawled out over the top drag- TLU Is made potib!. Ix caa** the: Anay and wavy T. )I. C A. has takes SL
, / hemeed! be permitted to absent Cirg the rolls of wire with 1>>_ We o*.r all post ezctanes in Franc al the daect roaet, of General PersbJnx. Fairbanks-Morse: standards cc r>

or herM-lf from the school\ dot have for to go before we came so that U* RJ Triangle U now con4actit the: &:*&...t bulas eattrprlMIn this famous "Z" I
I 'I". room. The urge of ed-jcauon was rxv- t
i er Tater than at prectThe absolute :"r:1..r.ts. We rtarted to work at once' Tobacco and Engine for which 150,000
: CKt'f'ni.m.l1t&r7" tayjlies! are distributed to tie boy ','
inability o< the uneducated to and had our posts' placed and haJ begun
la khaki at exac'Jyvtol***::* prices. Tit 'Y- makes
Dot a penny of profit '
farmers have
meet present day condiuons was strir.girg. the wire when all! at practical paid. :;
more and even shoulders the Scxcdal: lose ,,::*-!led by footing the billa for traas- r -
f aWSrt'nt.nd not only is o"ce the enemy sent up three lightsT1" -
this true, bat the education must be lght caught me' kneeling down lortation from the cacofactvrer, to the & at the front 'i $1 OOWOOO.

more thorough now than was ever t't'I eijtirg,; a strand of wire with a J'AI' Tt. American trocpers can bay Fal.=a rtnretul for 50 c..tlmH. or UsXm. K erouae

t ''fore demaMfed. A sUckemrg of the of t>',,*,.*. and I held my. position. The about t cents:! ; Carnets, 15 eeatlae. or stoat s cents: : Sweet Caporals, ActaUraea. Service was proved before =-Ctal. n :
1 ed-Acationa! dnv would t* most un machine guns and n2e began to spit'ad or about 3 e'zu.; Lucky S.rtk3i1 centime, or about i ants; ... .
i' I fair to the your.g people and would trench mortar banged bat the lands, c' KUsie. or about 11 "nt'. fci;: Durham. :S cecttmes.. or shout all this money was paid-a TlxIS H

place them at a terrible disadvantage; gjnr co>:)d not distir.guish as out 4 coats; Prince Albert 4* e.atlni.*, or ascot' 7 eats: Verrt 30 eeatiaea, record. .
, would ,impose upon them a handicap there from the! old barrels! and rovbUh .- or about i rata; Scar Cfcewlag.: 33 cestcor about S gnu' doubly convincing Tss::s.r.R,T.
frftn many of them would never which! was about us, but they aftAZif Get r... I..
M. former
Cape George Lynch ceaaiandaat: at the Florida
recover.If raked tKe sky !;ne with thoe' rnach'regar.s. W. Rentfire +
I we would] have an object lessonof The lights were in the air TWCminutes > Military OoHi. Galaecvde. r....- but BOW a the Red Triangle l Servic baa -r "t
the effects of abandoning the education : bot it seemed to me that they nJ several trt?* overseas sad tag laTe t -d thoroughly: the conditions rtUtiac .reds m K '

; of the young during, war times were. there two dayI cant jut de- la the post exehaares under. T M. C A l1aDa"mtont. H* declare that Vt trt fr-
p j and followir.c: a war. we have only I to i scribe!: tb feeling that crept over ae .W3e some difinalty was en reocd at rrt price -have been stabilised Quigleytumber&SupplyGoSTARKE tor** pme
f look to the Southern State During, when: thse b si its) started .bitri: tad: the boys are getting their soprlie S' cost. .
e the war between the states when the around T*. but I certainly thought! <>' FLA.
.4e people: cf the South! ,
I were fighting for "Home. Sweat Ht"n* for those two
} their very life education was permitted mip.ate The l: +'u aettletdown ,
';: fanny Designed Southeast Hostess Houses ..,. -" -- ..
to la-.guuh. Tb prefect free and we :a d tat on the grourd :: ,
Khjcl 'Y'ff'1na.. teen unknown a3 and waited for orirs. The sergeantsoon
schools! being of the --jraNcrirt passed the wrd. down the line -

i asa" These were largely l abandoned that we would craw' hack to ear line '.
and the young' i'N'pe: permitted to j-nscky.. bet above all t' hold our skir ,

,, grow up practically w-.thout ed-jcation. Tr.ish ,:1". formation. r-"ais* h* eT:
The result is still to be seer: many 7""-,-: .d th- artil f, sections of: the outhMen _h.+ were tiire. Well we got: back 1 be'ore the
in ther teens when'a- "-ke artery'! got our range tout ..' haj mw ,. The man who knows t '. l "
out, just at the age when they sh'rld! been i" the t>'t'r>che* but a yew T. nitre: the danger. and the born '!'I
i'l" base been applying theavseivvi c-' when' the enemy opened with: S art- t-4 calleo *. '
v the fireman -
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gently to -cunng an education wrtpa Vry and fee certainly did rair ...ime -i: a
ffl <'rd at fork oft the farm, and frv>ra *'*e"arvund: u. for abut 20 re r. .r, r ly to deadly oatl reaks "
there graduated to the rants, with the I suppose you would like to m< .w e fireman about the advwa
result that they have gone through h.."W many men we Vast out of thi i* I If T beirg insured and t..e.wit .

life without the education that by -ho went: out, I am sorry blot' utel the wisest and safer
rights should have hen There 1\00"t :! you t-ecasse we are not at ,med I Yi e U '
: are thousands: cf meet throughout the to eitioB c-assalties. to do. to protect J'O'ONoff .

f, country today--men of treat natural I w Wave: to ek>*e for this time KMJ. Then come to M as.
r talent who haj they gotten the train: I v-.a" !IOT--H. Brother. c 4 aYe t writ you a policy ia *** ".
f i1 I ing they should have ha.t.r"' &d now ; r'.T CLARENCE E. WARE : i t rtfisWe companies we l'f1=!'t5#,
Ke occupying high position Bat: their: ;,I Co..I- :-.':- V ?. Infr.try. A-n. P 0
illiteracy fca* been fatal to any real progress.! They are honest painrtaVj j I _ ti.

ing wtwkrr whatever geld! they may October \. l'lc! t
occupy: bet their handicap paces: Dear X!.tber!:

them in the ranks of the mediocre, I suppose yo-a have received; the card
anld struggle! as they may they _.anseversro.hgher befw BOW tayieg that I was vranJ
TWO rs05TE55 Hou.S A.+ E.WILSON
caa say that 1 was an i battle) and a tlTECT5q"eyW.C.A.Ifss .
1 As Ulustratn.f the point we wish big one too. Oa:J.Sr v>t 1s.we we"cr --

to ir.IPI"Hl.t -. state that of the we top ana, Bad a cht wit the Kataer.s C Eodi of Vrw Tort left. who designs the

entire country the South i* today more Gersar.t, adnuxizg: 500 yard Then J'OCICYt the S- .hen' -m IVysctsiest, tow earned la .* : STARKE FLORIDA
than aay other sctw" preeminently a the Seth -
we went over : top again CIOIIIft.'Iniolll of one at r young man's country It is so from : ':>d advanced two des "
rn and we cer- ot Krv Tort and IVostoc arclJtect for other T. W. C Afcaliii.
,I the fart t.hatlwb a :Urge. per cent of -'v d..f srr. ightrg! : : 3. two ags
the older people deficient in edu t&ryna1>fts1l_ a..
are j so 'es The Germans were determined ..
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Among the out of town teachers I chocolate and chewing gum The Germans lately been offered the agency in another Flaker _ -____ r.9! 1.365

who attended the Bradford County in some places reciprocated with county nt a salary of $:J1! (>0 per lirndfonl __-u________ 212!> :;
--- 5,057
Teachers' Institute last Saturday were offers of )hot coffee, bread and sausage. year, but will decline the offer bt'cnusu. Columbia. __
I S:6f1.i'lIunlllton :
Bits of Local d. Prof. Barnes, of Lawtey, Mrs. Hicks, I The orders forbidding fraternizingwere the board of county commissioners do -_-__-_-_--u--_.-___1,173 6IO! 2,523:
teacher of the fourth grade in Lako strict, but the novelty! of the situation not wish to release him until the end Jackson ____3,087
Butler, and Major T. J. McBeath, of at times overcame prudenceand I, of the for which he - -- -- 2,291
year offs employed. Jefferson _____ ___ .,
the Florida Military Academy, Jack doughboys surreptitiously visited While considerable financial loss Leon ____uu_______2,0012.2iO( 1.095; T
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1\\ I Information sonville. near enemy dugouts. to Mr. iunn is involved the
in matter Madison ___u________ 51!) 1,857
Monday night the Germans celebrated he did not cure to leave unions' the Okuloosa _ __n______ ((581 :.111

6a.eae.r.On ,,_... "...", .... seat Every day is bargain day at peace along the lines by firing commissioners were entirely willing to Suwnnnro __ ___on___1,5-10 fif.5ij
rockets and signal lights. The release him. Ills
......... loa... c..O" ..., T.a... friends and all persons Walton ___ _nu____ II" 3,42
Stump's.The night was uproarious with their cheer. interested in the work he is doing _
All other _-_______ _5,111 3,426For !
ffj ing. The victorious Americans took will be Rind! to know that he is to
It more clamly, along the front the remain Bradford -
Correct Christmas Gift-A sub- county. the state ___ 19.GOU: 39,006
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majority them getting in good "
firs. largest of mil scription to Ladies Home Journal, Saturday night's restful I ----
E. L. Brownlee spent Friday in One of the displays Evening Post or Country Gentleman sleep.. GOOD MARKET FOR CORNC.

sonville. linery ever shown in Starke. Knight's See Wilbur Scott. It. i I .
--- Millinery. Call and inspect the line. I I The government has lifted the ban D. Gunn, county njriculturitl ,

Biss Cassio White spent Tuesday ----- --- STRAWBERRY SHIPPING SE\- en publication of shipping news. The agent; who is attending the state fair
aeksonville. SON OI'ENT'I'LliT; NEW YORK! HERALD in Jacksonville, writes the Hank of I COTTONWHILE
Mr. and l Mrs. J. C. Robinson spent Stiirke that the Florida Grain and
the latter part of the past week in is again publishing the most complete Elevator Co., of Jacksonville
ash groceries. Hull's. on the platform will now Is pay-
Jacksonville visiting relatives and attending shipping news, daily and Sunday. Seethe
the State Fair. turn attention to strawberries, and it chart showing exact location of all $1.50 per bushel for corn this rt
1 was announced this morning that the tranatlantic'essels in the New York HOLDING
son was born Wednesday to Air. This is
n responsible concern, of
|Mrs. J. A. Rosborough. ", See our line of serges, Dan- more growers will who find can the bAng market one open quart Monday or- day.Sunday Herald. Order your copy to I I'' which C. VV. Zaring. is president! and INSURE
ish cloth and invisible or Tuesday, as it is hoped to start Bradford county farmers who have
Special prices f for the holi- poplar the movement in a email way on these WILL STAY ON THE JOB oorn for sale might do well to write!
checks. We can please you. days them for quotations. They buy corn R Davis & Co. n
fcs on crepe and georgettests Two small shipments were either on the ear shucked, or shelled, .
years ago
Morgan.Little ngrciulturnl agents are in demand -
at Morgan's.I made three days before Thanksgiving:, !. C. D. Gunn, Bradford county'shardworking i I leithet in bulk or in mirks.i STARKE FLORIDA '
i writing address Florida
Grain & ,
but this year the berries which were I
- and has
Miss Isla Poppell and brother, popular agent, ] Elevator Co., Jacksonville, Fia. ,
picked before turkey day were sold locally .. .
I of Theressa .
]) was a busi- -
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Joseph, the Thanksgiving holi- -
spent I
no attempt having been made
[ visitor in town Tuesday. days with their cousin, Miss ZclmaCuson to get a freezer off to the Eastern :I! UErouT: or) COTTON GINNKD: ; : \ ,
nt Island Grove.A markets. Some very choice. berries I CLASSIFIED- I __ r-- -
is. U D. Miner spent Wednesday were noted in local stores this morning I Director Sum L. Kolwrts, of the bur :COFFINS CASKETSAnd 1

Thursday of last week in Jackson. beautiful line of all wool and it is expected that there will ':'i renu of the Census, department ofcommerce full line of
he numerous offerings by Monday and announced 1 the preliminary a
serges at remarkably low pri- Tuesday.-Plant Cit yCourler. FOR SAL -10 gilts, 4 brood sows, j I report nt cotton ginned by counties in Undertakers' Supplies

plls, pies, cakes and bread. Hall's.: ces at Stump/s. I Duroc strain Geo. A. Gardiner, i I Florida, for the crops of 11)18) and, 1M7! Automobile Hearst.
. Something n every day atStump's. 1115tf. 'The report was made public for the 4
state nt 10 Always on hand. The bent. service i
I, n. m. on Tuesday, No.
S. Warren, of Brooker, was In There will be no preaching services ,.
Ike Thursday attending to bus-! at the Methodist church Sunday. The 'FOR SALK:-Ford touring car, nice- i vembrr 21, 1918.Quantities at the lowest prices., Special

Epworth League and Sunday school ly equipped and in first class! con are in running bales, attention to telegraph orc"r..
INCREASE IN CASUALTY LIST counting round hulf bales. Linters
will meet at the dition. Roberts ----
regular hour. Ray Route 2, Starke.
Saturday and Monday spe- FOR-RENT-Good- -- far 12-6-2t. _. I The report is of cotton tinned priorto Registered Embalmer
2 miles -'
1,000 yards gingham at from Starke Washington, Nov. 30.-War Department I FOR RENT Farm with 65 acrcsfofopen November 14, crops of 1018 and i'
60 under -
; acres cultiva- officials frankly aiffiiit that they 1<)I7 in Florida. [eWITT) C. JONES
tion; all stumped; good buildings. In. I land, either for sure rent or to I
[cents at Stump's.i were shocked at the final casualty County 1918 1917 Starke Fla. I
quire at Bank of Starke. cropper who can supply himself 4 ,
11292t. figures cabled by General Pershln miles west of Starke. J. L. Underhill ; Alachua _ _. -.. _- -..3J56 9,094 --5----'- y
i Miner attended the fair in They are more especially disturbedover Starke.
sonville the latter part of the past Harvey Forsyth and family have the fact that so many deaths. remain 1122tf. j
moved Lawtey to Starke and
be tii
i have entered several children in the Some army officially officials reported.of high rank had FOR SALE-LoA' carriage; one 50- mmmmmmmmmmallmUD.lDmmmmmmcmnmmmmmmmmmmcmnlDlIlmaIlDmmmmmmc: 1 namTWIC

I. M._ Overstreet,_ of Lake Butler, Bradford County High School. hnnorl< that: additional rennrt. nf men inch and one 48-inch circular saw;
[ a business visitor to Starkeslay. I killed in action or dead of wounds steam engine. Price or nil $2J5. '
Reduced prices on 9-4 and would not exceed 4,000, while the number -I May be seen at my place near New IRESECOND Y
in excess of those published lust, River long bridge. S. C. Crews,
10-4 sheetings also 36 and 39 Lake Butler
; Fla. 12-6-2t. '
Wednesday actually is 13,550.i. The .
Delayed shipment of silk ande ,
inch Sea Island sheeting. Mor- number of men who died of disease is I T

skirts means close prices gan. stated, by General Pershing as 14,811, PLANK'S CHILL TONIC |, f: A new lot of seconds just re- iL ',

quick sale sat Morgan's.! of whom until lasb-only Wednesday.7,367 had been'publishedup | the quickest relief for Colds, Grippe : ceived'Rear tires, plain, $16; non ;

Mrs M. E. Edwards, Miss Mabel Deaths unclassified, were given byj, (Influenza), Malaria. A great; syslt'mcleanlier : skid, $16.50. Front tires, plain, sr
Witt C. Jones is spending this Edwards, Mrs. Jack Briggs, Mrs. J.
General favorite
Pershing at 2204. It is a family remedy for
I in Jacksonville attending to busi- C, Adkins nnd children, of Gainesville, that there $12; non-skid, $13.50.
I ordinarily are car- 15 years. 25 and 50c at drug and
mutters Thanksgiving with
day Mrs. A.
ried in the official lists deaths from
Z. Adkins. general: stores. Manufactured only in a [STARKE l
accidents and other causes, of which
cad, cakes and pies at Hull's Jacksonville F'la. iIDOlibtb@tG01@IDIDIDIDIQibiifIDiDt1IDIDIDIDiQtYDigWtpIDm@l
1,533 already have been published,| 2t 90 UBBffiORauTuiamraianSffiul :
Mrs. I. C. Ray, of Dunedin, spent leaving 671 yet to be listed.
Sunday in Starke with relatives, she If the figures cabled by General Per. 45
fa. E. M. Johns went up to Tallajre having come up to attend the memorial thing include casualties among the !, ,,
Sunday to spend a week with service for her nephew, Lieut. Richard marines, which officials assume to be I
{husband. Ray White. the case, the total number of deaths I
yet to be listed it reduced from 21,671 a
aturday and Monday'spe- Dr. Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic to: 20,307, the separate casualty list of Keep WellDo When You Come to Jacksonville y
for Chills, Fever, Grippe and Influenza the marines showing to date 1,364 ;Ix*
1,000 yards outing, all for sale only by Mit hel1's Drug deaths from all causes. I ,

krs, 20 cents, at Stump's. Store. Price 30c. Surprise was expressed over the fact' not allow the fi
I that General Pershinir gives the number prisons of) undigested SEE Most InterestingStore

11 Ames Markham returned Wed- I Prof. Robert L. Turner, state rural of Americans taken prisoner and food to accumulate In
school missing' ni 3,323: while lists published your bowels, uhcrethey .
By from a visit with relatives near inspector, and Dr. Lune, of In Florida
eland, Ga. Washington, were visitors to the Brad to: date give 8,348 as missing, or 8,582 are e <*orbed into your 11T.; iJ..f4fjF.r..t
ford High School including marines, a reduction of 5- system. Indigestion: ,constipation -
J. F. Kickliter and children of last County week. Wednesday 259. This will probably he explainedon headache, bad 45-49 W. Bay St. Thru the block'to 46 W. Forsyth
: the week-end in Jacksonville via- ground that many Americans l

| relatives. See our beautiful line of la- Dfllcials reported missing are greatly have pleased since turned that to other follow.troubles Keep are bound your Everything in Books

dies' and children's small a number of Americans system clean as thous-
J1ED Cast I at were taken -
OATS AND RYE- & ands of) others do, by Fiction Books '
prisoner. Agriculture and
Store 11222t. I Stump's.I The total number of taking an occasional dose on otherfpursuits f by reliable

in lists to date, including wounded 2,428 carried of the old, reliable, vegetable authors, Toy Books, Reference, Travel etc. ;'
1st I IB
Edith Parker of 'family liver medi
Gainesville,, and Mrs. J. W. Morgan and marines Is 46,925/ while General Per- cine.
I truest Wednesday of Miss Flor-Gary Ennis motored to Jacksonville nhinfir gives the number of wounded ai
Matthews '
1 I Thanksgiving! day to attend the state 179,025, leaving 132,700 yet to be officially Commercial and Fancy StationeryFine
!:fair. !Mrs Morgan and Gary stayed listed and published on this Thedford'sBlackDraught

oliday offerings in hand- i! In the city until Sunday. BJ hiefs neckwear ete. atgan's. I all lists have been received they
II,' Mr. hill,, of Moitluml. !Mr. Futch, of will show that the vast majority of plant. Ask to see samples. ;11

I Lake City, and Mr. Gentry White, of the: men received only minor or relatively -
i I Live Oak all students of the University slight wounds
kj. T. J, McBcath, of Jacksonville, of Florida, attended the memorial I Toys and Athletic GoodsA
I the week-end with his daughter, 'service last Sunday at the MethodistI FR.\TEn IZEn IN NU-\I: AS'S

[ R. A. I I 'rhurch in honor of the late Lieut. LAND; AS BATTLE ENDED Mrs. W. F. Pickle, of Toy Shop the round
I Richard Ray White. After the ser- I Rising fawn, Ga., writes: open year Supplies for all your favorite '

Delia Bielling spent the vice these- young men were guests at German and Yankees Exchanged/ "We have used Thed.lord's sports and pastimes.
Iksgiving holiday with her par- 'the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White. Luxuries:< and Supplies Blade-Draught! : asa
I in Providence family medicine. My
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|I The Quinine That With the dawn mother-in-law could not THERMOS BOTTLES A
I Does Not Affect The Head on the morning the take calomel it seemed necessity in all seasons
|r line of hats at Knight's Millinre Became of Its tonic and 'Mxnelvo effect. LAXATIVE arwistice was signed there WAS no'' a
the season's best. Call and by anyone UROMD wuhimr.OUNINS; (Taut.sen ha uikrn- hint of the cessation of hostilities. i \j used<3 strong black-Orauchtasa' for her, so she FLASH LIGHTS Useful everywhere and safe

let the line. lalIK-luoJ. .W.:GRUVL'cuii-lna S niTvoutnonor sliiuauirron 1 >..rlniilnii x. 4 ci East of the MCUHO, regardless of the !I mild laxative' and liver PICTURES Picture
-- - - situation the American Second Army I rejulatorYe: use it Framing Artists Goods

",lnnv F -A.- -Scott-- -, -T. N. Mmi attacked! in force at 8 o'clock The' tJ in the f.inuly and believe Practical GIFTS for all occasions it 1
onslaught/ was preceded by a trpmenclous I
it is the bl'f; mcdic'Mc' for
i nnd F D. Wainright Sat- y I .
in Jacksonville. spent 4l' S4.98 kind by barrage the enemy.which was For three returned hours in j I the Insist liver on made the "genuine Try -it. KODAKS,'. Fhoto,Firijhing'of! f tIle letter tort

the: Americans swept forward, hurling I I i hedford's.1 25c a pack-
[ard wide yellow homespun2 thtmaelvcs against the wire entangle1nifiis. I E-75
cents fr\\11\ inquiries rtceive'prcirj; J t attention: ,:,

per yard. Stump'sand 9 The German gunfire vas devastat I I

( Postpaidfor ing. Then at exactly Wne minute of .
Mrs. J. C. Poppell and 11, like a final thunder crash at the d1 r .,
,hter, Ruth, spent Thanksgiving of
One clearing a storm the guns on both -- -
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( Jacksonville, viewing the big aides abruptly ceased. --- ---

__ The silence was more startling than r .
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of These the
deafening roar of the barrage. Fora
! N. D. Wainwright and son, Joe, brief minute intermittent rifle fire I
I the week-end in Jacksonville vis. I followed; then came a pause, punctuated
relatives and taking In the .tat(I StylishSILK by ripping cheers from the '

trenches on both sides of the line. I Not Measured
What followed on one sector was J
fine tree taffeta, $1.75 per perhaps one of the most singular I .

-the well known quality events of the war. A -- - -- ----
line figures
were suddenly stlhouetted.I I
Morgan's Skirts They appeared cautiously .
noon, !growing bolder all along theme
f. and MM. S. they stood upright. These Dollars and Cents
Jacksonville Thursday S. Dowl'ng afternoon went (!StrU Ill..<.. ..) Jermang. were I

"nil the State Fair and visit rel- . The Ameriean. m.--. flnt an "Rutinu- _
Made- of- fane- silk taffetas and As the barrage died ending; In a final i i I
rumble in the distince from I'
.. Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic latin rnessalines in fashionable Runs, runners went springing along I The lull measure of a bank account is not merely in the. number of dollar and *
the cents
: fire line.
Fever striped Instantly
Grippe and Influen- patterns. Colorings Co- comprehending
: :
succeed in
:>r sale the whole line of doughboys leaped you gelling together. 1 he full measure u found in the
only by Mitchell's Drug and) black and
pen from
Price 30... Burgundy trenches, foxholes and shell craters I
green. Red and black Green splitting the unaccustomed
T L Z. Barr left Tuesday aIn and taupe Brown and blue, Black voices lence with is very a shrill like an cheer. The roar si-I HABITS OF THRIFT t
for Bartow to attend the nnconference and burgundy.! Purple and black great college contest in America at when some

n. of the Methodist and Green and copen. Sizes..W ai.i l a contestant scores a classic play. I inculcated during the time the account i is accumulating. This bank solicits' the
measures 25.26.27,28,and 30. Strange to relate, the defeated enemy opportunity
N ,. 'A. imari thlmj na/il Joined vociferously in the to co-operate with you in accumulating both. the account and the habit.
[ line .
YS') serge suits at specials potkft. tfw, ehle *-/., and she I/graceful clever ng.At The world war was cheer-I, __ ___________ n_ _ __ ___
at lint one minute before
Stump's. Vera Jrwu a clrfs. WautJ maJ 11 it wy aeceflMt "/11. t have meant death to show one's self I

.ill "f II".J relative:Mrs.-J.and F.friend Colley were ORDER DY MAIL TODAY ute above after shelter the hour Not more the rolling than a plain min1 BANK OF STARKESTARKE
at WIT. alive
was with
1"_ cheering
|i during the week-enfl! making'the So! s 4eeomT rend and shouting men, I
Yauto. C"> ef enemy alike. Not many
(J"J minutes
'b/o- W later Germans and Americana
( >* C -White came : were coming along the narrow stretch FLA.
r"r from (]I'I" of ground so ,
1\11. Satunlav, the Mal. 01 fiercely fought over, come
evening and Jacasowlt.JACILSO.YVILLB .- shyly
and I'S
akwardly. like and
Sun-lllv State
with 111. parents Mr. schoolboys. City/Depository
!'$. J. W. White. FL01U1M. I The first ,
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;;0' ;q.f I. News Notes Of The County I I: "l" American Navy Kiel Officer Harbor Enters and Escapes II.I II.II KNOCKS THE OUT"FLU"

of Misses: Eva and CIIII.IHns'mUlE: SOCIETY I '.I _
LAKE: BUTLER: wards were guests -

i Ruby Edwards Wednesday afternoon. VMPAIGN FOR) 1919 Fl'Sl I Washington, Nov. 29.-Captured bya ; cruisers in maneuvers. Remarkable Medicinal

i lake Butler Nov. :4!>.-Ben Oakland I Brinkley Hayes spent Thursday afternoon German submarine after the Sinking Enter KM Harbor Proper

1i t ; son, Dewey, were visitors to town in Worthington/ For the first time in its sixteen I of the U. S. troop transport President ties of a Noted Doctor's
of service to the homeless "It 3 o'clock the afternoon
business was
Saturday. I. C.1: Andreu and son were years or- .1 Lincoln being in the U-boat when the on
children of ; of June 10th when/ entered Kiel
and needy this we
'i Olin Halo of Five Mile was in town visitors to Brooker Saturday. phan state depth bombs were exploded around it PrescriptionFor
I visitor the Children's Home of Flor- harbor which
last week. Dr. Carefoot was a profesisonal Society the which rescued the was protected by a net
ida is to on campaign for funds. I by destroyers and guarded by a dozen destroyers of
Hat this section Saturday. put a
Ambrose and son, in
; Mrs Belle I survivors of the Lincoln; taken to Germany ; years people !Im .
Wade Harrell was a business visitorto For years now the society has the smaller type. On our arrival at
Live many '
din, have returned to .Oak, and at last escaping from prison Dr. Williams' No. .atul'
secured its funds almost entirely by I Wilhelmshaven we tied alongsidethe 1111 T '
., Friday ; up
+ a pleasant visit among friends here. I Worthington I after nearly a dozen attempts 'bU,
camp and fever colds '
Ware friend Dock \Vaters was In Worthington personal letters of appeal, sent out mother ship Preussen. I was taken and g,1,1; ,\ \ W
,a G. W. S. was visiting I Lt. Edourd Victor M. Isaacs, U. S. N., thry
r the latter part of lust week. I, Thursday. with attractive literature, and by ap- has reached Washington and is ready aboard and placed in quarters with are finding it is one of 'h. i',,..,.
I visiting at heI peals through the of the ; barred ports and locked door and an to fight the 'ninn
e :Miss Norma Dcklc is on the sick lIst T. B. Pinholster was ; newspapers for duty again in the Spanish i r''"u" 7
this week. I I I home of C. :M. Andreu Saturday.I state. I Soon after he arrived he called up- armed sentry placed outside, althoughwe quinine in it kills the. ftra) J!'hI

:Mrs Charlie Edwards, of Alachua I!'I : W. :M. Harrell and sister, :Mist The purpose of the big December on Secretary Daniels, who warmly congratulated were lying in some backwater and quickly and thoroly. It 01 ic.. .n'- IttMl
for Jacksonville campaign for fifty thousand dollars i is it would have been impossible for hare
county, who has been visiting her an' Cecil, left Tuesday him his and ate chance. And the *
k where :Miss Reborn will undergo an to eliminate the need of constantly soliciting upon escape to escape. Even if I could have gotten iron ,n" the edlCilJt, |
A. C. Strickland has return. is
Mrs of
ter, I' I I heard with interest the young officer's one the best torn,..,
q $ cd to her home. I operation for appendicitis. Friends: for funds and to secure enough > account of his remarkable experience. away there would have been little up .the system ur, viii
word that the through this to chance this what called restoring' ,-
Lacy Hunter and family have movedto here have received operation support campaign ''He received cordial as was they taHir
s Tampa. We regret very much to was successful and the patient close up the noble work of the societyfor ; !: welcome from a Commander particularly W 'the most intensely guarded city of increasing the appetiti. d t-., ,

1/ Jose this family from our town. I is getting along nicely. 1918 without debthand to conduct Foote, naval aid to the secretary Percy, who Germany.' In fact one of the German I the health thus mnkinif th 1evri
visitor our 'the entire work until officers told that it able to throw
Harvey Varnes was in town last Truby Parrish was a in commander of the Lincoln and me was practically off di'< u. ,
week. I section Wednesday afternoon. 1920 without any further appeal to< i was impossible ever for him in uniform to third ingredient of th. term> A
Isaacs when he taken .
Mrf Willard Parker is visiting rel.v' ]. I Miss: ", Eva Edwards was the guest of the people of Florida for aid. i.Ilast aboard saw the submarine. was get out of Wilhelmshaven without magnesia which acts or the ni" n, j.

l atives in Jacksonville this week. 1 Mrs O. W. Barry Friday. A unique plan for securing the $50- I Lt. Isaacs, who arrived in New Yorkon passing through an enormous amountof bowels. Dr. Williams' \ .0 and
his father 000 has been decided by the so( 'red Twice while here I n
Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Goodman are Charlie Barry is visiting upon Sunday, Nov. 9th has done somequick tape. saw is, therefore, an ideal Tosx
} } on the Hick list this week. J. W. Barry.C. 'ciety the aim of the society being to i traveling. At little more than the commanding officer, who broughtme never fails prvparatnn it
to .
4 Jim Pricster is able to be at his post W. Edwards; > was a busines visitor secure the entire amount in Liberty; a tooth brush and comb. Capt. produce >1 lc ra'. -ojjjj.
a week before he was in London a and it is
+ .
the Providence section Satur- Bonds and War Savings Stamps if Remy also called After specially suitable
of duty, after several days' illness to : before on me. a > 'I leitrt
week that Paris
in week before "
rd. "i Miss Winnie Townsend has returned day. possible though contributions of even that in Switzerland and week while practically all I had to eat was the "flu. No other ,"mn natIon j

it to lie I.and, after spending the week N. G. Hayes was a business visitor the smallest amount will be acceptable before that he was a from some, sour black bread almost impossible drugs could produce", t ttjapD1 .
Saturday. I and will help the campaign go i escaping to eat and water suits. few n
end with her parents. to Worthington/ Germany. some warm Try a dose >f
l George Dokle Faircloth went to Mrs. I;. E. Baxter who has been "over the top." I i I The Lincoln, which Lt. Isaacs I colored with Arsatz KefTee which we convinced of its man ,. and, ( bt

Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. visiting her daughter at Brooker returned If one thousand good: hearted citizens : on found out was made with roasted. bar- Your druggist stet
I I'IS i was an officer was torpedoed the morning can suppu .
home : of Florida will each the home ley and it
et Mrs: Charlie Savage and daughter/ Monday. give of acorns. and &0c bottles. '
; May 31 at 9 o'clock. Fifteen Refuse > .
I society a fifty dollar liberty bond or "One I taken in launchto i -m
( Charlotte, are able to be out after i a I 1 minutes later all hands abandoned the day was a substitute. There is an
siege of influenza GL'ILPOKD I if five hundred good folks will each the chief of staff on the Kaiser Wil- nothnir' ;,, or

's 4'I < 'ol. A. /. Adkins, of Starke, was a give the society a hundred dollar bond, quarter ship. Isaacs deck to had light stepped raft from floating the helm II and questioned. This officer Williams' No. 101 Tomr nfiiwa'cases

rA'' 1 r' visitor to our town Friday. Guilford Nov. 29.-We are sorry to or if 10,000 citizens and friends will 'alongside I and soon a afterward could not understand why America either as a remedy >r 1'eVJI.

t :Mrs Fletcher, of North Carolina Is report that Mrs.: Kerce is very sick 'give one baby bond or War Saving! picked by one of the boats. Five was had entered the war and belittled the live. Made only by th t, unum,

visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bo with the influenza. Stamp:; the fifty thousand dollars will minutes up later the submarine, which result of our entry into it. "Why" Co., Quitmun, Ga.-Ad\
lin. Thos. Dicks has lately purchased a be easily secured. I had fired three at the he said "we expected you to enter on I --
{Through the generosity of the At- torpedoes ship, the side of The ---
Germany. following
t Charlie Savage has returned to Ala I I came to the surface and, making its Learned the Real Value of (hambtt-
i' car.The lantic National Bank of Jacksonville, day I was taken to shore -
chuu. Swift Creek school was opened I way through the nest of light rafts a prison on Iain's Cough: Remedy
S. S. Proctor filled hU regular appointments !Monday morning by :Miss Effie Douglass the I home society has been able to arrange -. and boats, reached the craft in which called the Commandatur. I was escorted "We first learned "fu'h, ,
I for the of all the Liberty i
at Wateroak and the State with an enrollment of fourteen. '' purchase l was the lieutenant. The officer i through the streets by a warrant 'I of Chamberlain's alit
' w ? Farm, returning home Sunday after :More are coming( in daily and her Bonds and Stamps at par, the immediately down in young the officer wearing side arms and eral I Cough Re m .
lay when
stern years ago ,
w "
h noon. many friends> hope her a good term of bonds and stamps to be held by the sheets with a guard of four men Here I was Clifton Hill nee
covering the i this
stripes his ,
I bank continue their service to the : on state. urn Mn!
,,1 Judge Dekle, of Five Mile, was in school. to sleeves with his body. The ruse was placed in a room which opened on a I James Malone, :MolierivI
town Tuesday Hon. J. E. Douglass made a business nation. corridor with a guard outside my door < \\-ttiit
? discovered for the submarine time I had .
( Mrs Clarence Johnston is Through! this fine arrangement the approached and one outside window. Strange a severe 'd I ".
visiting( to Lake City recently. I i my ;
trip ,
(I within 50 noying
yards and the cough. I '
|I ; got "
cap. I'I'
her parents, Dr. and Mrs! B. P. Wil Everybody's busy grinding cane in bonds and stamps can and will serve tain with his megaphone/ called to him as it may seem they had not, up to iberlam's I Cough Remt a nn.ift .
liams. two great causes, the cause of our nation this time, taken On iJ r
and around Guilford. away my gun.
to come aboard. Relating the incidentsof J taking a few doses .
i ? Arch Proctor made a business trip :Messrs. Isaac Varnes and Lee Douglass -I I in winding up the war, and the his I.t. Isaacs board the spbmanne I cleaned, oiled loosened and >f' oughttt
to cause of Florida's orphan and home- capture, says: and loaded it keeping it i up my lungs, '!
( Sapp Tuesday of Lake Butler, were seen in this i Taken by Germans : on Capt.Remy's II used one bottle of
:Mrs. Jay Alderman has resigned her less children, its future citizens and desk it ini the
y' community Sunday.Mr. I "Our boat pulled alongside of |! my cold had <, ,
entirely < i _
the of the nation. a./ 'p"
hope 'l could have it '
teacher reached time
t/ as in the Lake Butler : and Mrs. J. D. Douglass of Ithe submarine and I stepped aboard. at any Adv

high School and :Mr. Hendrix, pastorof Worthington, attended church at :Mt. I The campaign; will reach every coun I I As I did so a German sailor took II,, but I had only 20 cartridges and the

Methodist: church is teaching in Zion Saturday, returning home Saturday ty in the state, for the home society gun. I made my way to the conning my crew consisted of 42 men so that resistance MALLORY: JONES: I
: her utead. afternoon.C. has provided 1 aid and good homes for I was useless. However, at HmuTED

'ii ; ( :Marcus Dekle spent the weekend C. McCall! made a business tripto I children from every county in Florida, I tower were where the commanding the captain officer asked of me the if I this prison they took away my identification CONST.\HLE;

with his parents at Five :Mile Lake City last week. and the people of every county will be President. Lincoln. I told him I tag and the gun: but left me

Will Andrews spent Sunday ands Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Alderman made I asked to aid in the great state-wide not and that I thought the was I my binoculars. Early in the morning' I Governor Cntts! hasnpp. a hp

i Monday with his family. a business trip to Luke Butler Friday. work. Each county will have a chair had down with the ship.captain The a young naval officer and two men of uty Sheriff Mallory Ji
) Mrs. Albert Friday Is the guest other The flu is still raging around Guil man or captain for the men and for officer gone in charge of the submarine then came for me and I was taken to the the Ninth district ""f> II ntj,

l parents Dr. and Mrs. B. P. WilBon. ford. the women, and each county will be introduced himself: 1 station, where we took the train for The notification of thi meat

m i The New Zion school was opened asked to provide not less than one the U-90, and said that as Cnpt.he Remy of Karlsruhe. I had nothing to eat on I was received Tuesday \ti, rq

J. J. Jones was a visitor to town Tuesday by Miss Annie !Moore with a thousand dollars in bonds, stamps, orders to take the senior navel was officer under : the trip except a sandwich which the be commissioned immci'i. d nu

t i Sunday. cash and officer me from his lunch. I been faithful .
/good attendance. subscriptions.That prisoner whenever he sunk gave was a ofTu-i-i 1 ,nf h"acre<

I Ilex J. H. Scarborough is rapidly, -e the woman's section of the He then had me remain aboard a navy telling ship fortunate enough to find $5 in my I I for some time and hi<- ma rfndi|
w improving after u severe attack of in- \\OKTHINGTON campaign will be ably directed and clothes and I was allowed to buy a
me point out the captain .
to him will be
or pleased to learn of hl-
fluenra. meal when found appointment
they out that
y I had
organized is assured in the securing it would be for him to take .
Max :Milson, of Ocala, visited his Worthington, Nov. 29.-W, R. Du- of Mrs. Arthur G. Cummer, of Jacksonville me instead.. necessary Accordingly I called out money I as constable .T:, K milk

parents, Dr. and, Mrs: B. P. Wilson, bose and wife motored over to Lake as state chairman of the to the men on the rafts and boats for Quizzed Hy Sleuths Times-Union. _

:Sunday; Butler Tuesday morning.. woman's section. :Mrs.\ Cummer will the captain but there was no answer "When we arrived at Karlsruhe I I .

Henry Varnes, of Johnstown visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Roberts left on appoint a ladies captain for every and I told Capt. Itemy that I thought/ was taken to what prisoners call 'The WILL. INSPECT WIIKVT

i i Little friends in town Thursday. Wednesday for Larkins to visit rela- county, as has Supt. :Marcus C. Fagg our captain had gone down with the Listening Hotel' and turned over to I AM CORN: IN: FLORIDA\
Henry Sprinkle had the misfortune tives. for the men's section. The names of the authorities.
i ship whereupon he sent me below, army Here I was
to break his arm as he fell Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dubose are these captains or chairmen will be where I was given warm clothing and placed alone and allowed communication Farmers will be interested r earning \ |

that from he his is buggy.. We are glad to note visiting; their parents Mr. and Mrs.J. announced a little later. allowed to lie down. with no one. On my second day I that the U. S. Departmei if At
rapidly improving. I. Dubose this week. e
/ "Early the I was placed with
next morning the Uboaton eight Frenchmenand
I riculture has divided tht 'until into
E. R. of Starke
Poppell in
was our Wesley Williams, accompanied NOT ALL THE LENGTH
by IN
which third
I I was now a prisoner, intercepted on a day with three British . .
town Sunday. !Mrs. B. J. Roberts and family, were radio from officers. While I districts for the purpose petting
n one of our own we were there three
Mrs 1). W. Borum and children left visitors to the home of Mr Joe Dowl- Before the fire Christmas eve two destroyers stating that survivors of dictaphones were found by the officers the wheat and corn

will Wednesday for Elco, Ga., where she mg near Rniford, Sunday. old maids"" were planning for the holiday the President Lincoln had been picked and little time was lost in destroying I Florida is in the 8th tot) 1\1"

spend several days visiting her Mr. and Mrs. A. B. honey, accompanied un and that a few were missing. That them. The first day I had been questioned headquarters% at Atlanta. Th> 'ctnsti
I brother who in very ill. I by Drew Dukes and wife, motored "Sister Molly," said the
younger, afternoon American by member of the
a' .. Col. I). K. Knight/ and wife end :Mrs I ; over to Lake Butler Sunday. "would a long stocking hold all you'd sighted and Capt. Remy destroyers at once were sig I(I department.a He had typewritten intelligence inspector for Florida i- 'I.n K Williams

-- J.Lake P. Tomlmson, of Starke, visited in Dr. and !Mrs. Carefoot attended the' want for a Christmas gift ?" I called 'full speed ahead' and submerged sheets of questions which he put to of Jacksonville wh luthonted

a' I Butler Sunday cane grinding at J. I. Dubose Wednesday "No, Elvira" said the elder "but n A few minutes Inter we heard me and filled in the answer I gave to inspect shelled corn
Caspar Duncan home
I. 1)V.. Borum. was the Sunday.of' afternoon. pair of socks would." I depth bombs exploding all nhout. us. him. Of course, I tried to make him
foreman thebridge
!Messrs. J. F. Williams and J. R. ----- believe
lIn I the space of four minutes 22 thnt I was giving him much
exploding ;
1 J. gang/ for the G. S. & F. railway :Hott business.
were to Brook-
No Worms lit ChildAll valuable
a Healthy bombs! information
were counted. 5 of
i I. I t4
.. r..l has moved his. cars here and will probably Thursday.. morning.
er e
IIP, hero for month. children. troubled with worms have an unhealthy which were very close or seemed to me "On the fourth tiny I was sent to sir 'MaT
I . ._-a-. 'I Perry Dubose and family of FtiVhite color which: Indicates poor blood, and as a for they shook the vessel' from stem the officers' camp in the Zoological yy'n
.. \ were in our burg Thursday.Dr. role there la more or !I.... stomach dlH'urhamUKOVt <' to stern Gardens. at Karlsruhe where I found 'r t
UKADroitDllnidford I ) Carefoot made 'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given rnluliu: .
I: a profesionnlrip I "We remained submitrged at n depthof ubout 20 !Italians 10( Serbs 100 French r
,( for two or three weeks will enrich tho blond li
to Brooker 1 .
a Thursday.Jesse c0! metres for perhnns hour nf- und 50 British officers. From 'l'srr
o prove the digestion, and act as a General StrenMRninrt nn these a LI
DO--J. V. Kd wards F. Williams !left Sunday for Tonfo to the whole system Nature will thi ter the explosion, rnmini; to thIS stir men I gained much information. All dl
wits In I.k"r:, Monday.: 'erry to accept a position as flagman throw off or dispel the worms,and the Child wit:! I I. face and continued cruising This wns of this information checked with mine I Iwre v }

I :Mrs C. II. New Horn visited her parents 11I1 a passenger train In perfect health. Pleasant to take Wir per but". I nhout 100: miles went of Brest on what strengthened me in my determination \
here Thursday.A. : (i. W. S. Ware made a business trip - -- -- -- --
the submarine captain called his 'cruis escape. I was the only American
,, aa
IL! Surrency and Joe, to Dukes Wednesday Chronic tit
son passed ConstipationThis ins ground.' lit this camp, but the British and
: through here Thursday I :Miss Katie Roberts was in our town
disease is nearly always brought French treated of I
i I j Germans' Kill Sheep as one their own
.j :Mr. and Mm. Hammond Lynn are shopping' Monday.Mr. on by !bad habits To effect a permanent nnd when they heard I intended to ,
rejoicing over the advent of a line boy : and Mrs J. ]F. Williams! J. R. cure you must correct your ban During the ensuing time 11. Isaacs they provided me with escape >
\, in their home. :tlntt iiinl Ida Williams were among its. In the meantime take Chamber- '' used every effort to get information [ maps, a a '
compass, food.
f Miss: Ellen: Lynn is visiting friendsand the business visitors to Lake Butler am'M Tablets. They are easy to take rrom his captors On one occasion weeks I worke money don and For two e a
my plans for
,v relatives here riiiiisdnv.! ("npt Pemv turned to him and asked my
and most effect They Two
agreeable in escape.[ plans failed- thi-
!Mrs. T. B. Edwards: was the guestof ;Mrs i R. W. :McLeod and daughter only cost a quarter.--Adv. thAt he Tense to ply his nuestions as in which I was. associated with third

:Mrs Lynn Thursday., .\nnie, were pleasant visitors to Mrs.LeRoy hewre of too confidential A nature British and French officers some drove's Tasteless chill Tonic
\ Osteen, of Brooker, last week. for him to nn' wer. He also relates an failed and
parante .T. J. Cox, R. T. Taylor and Addicusj'ni Get the Genuine incident of how German submarine when Frenchman a letter written by one of the re.tore.vlt.llty.od. energy by p&UYler WStnaa o-
to feoloa.
i !t Miss: Clara Cone was of 'borough\ returned home Friday and Avoid O "nhrnins change their hills of fare by Fell into the hands a, woman of the in Karlsruhe rlchlnd the blood. You can Price won eoc.I .

Miss Georgia: ; Edtyards, Thursday, from Rock Creek Waste o "'nllmc at A small. l island' west of the "In the commandant roylllorado Effect.
i meantime five American
Prof Brinklpy Hayes visited his :Messrs. Mabry Harrell and Sumnerndreu "Vknevs known as North Ronn. Here in and aviators ,ur".lf(
parents here ThursdayS \ were in our burg Sunday af hero are plev of sheep, anti officers tried came to make with one of them I I Learn to Look Out For > '
C. Andreu and l sister :Miss ernoon. went ashore and 1 shot enough to make With fool, an escape that night. Somebody has d U >" ,

Blamhiattended Thanksgiving serI Wiley Williams and son Wesley, O economy a good supply for the Inrdor. Mnnkets' our draped in knapsacks and our' people learn to treat 1 1 menU;,pII
vice Brooker s "On .Ttipe 7" said' Lt Isan,, "WP around us to resemble will '"'
l lit last Thursday were business visitors to Lake Butler n Every Cake ho: cloak themselves there ar.
worn by German .
Malcolm Ilnrroll visitor to rot in touch with another IT-boat officers we diseases",
f I was a Saturday. 'tried; to hide in the limbs of a traa sickness. :Most r h..
Worthington} Thursday.Miss which wns running short of- fuel- Thernntaln )gin in some minor ailm '
AnnieULcod passed( through rAm; aboard;; ;" and visited;;i our'kipper. could near the not outer by fence.the However' we that is properly treated 'h q
get sentries
'. here Thursday enroute to Brooker. On this occasion and before,, forced to and were ious disease may be IU ", '
return to ant
I C. :\Aniki-u visited his family last I found out thnt all the time the submarine our barracks. The 'particularly true of th 'm 1

+, Wednesday SEED POTATOESFor had) tried to get into commun- following to clear day the orders came from Berlin troubles. Take Chaml.erla.t. oleo'
and Dixon ntion with Kiel. We continued to camp of all officers. On ""Iii'' n'
Ruby Myrtle were guestsof ; receipt of these Remedy and give every aM
HI ma Edwards Thursday. Spring planting; December and January delivery; full in with other U-bonts and several ing orders I dressed, hid. tion it deserves and y\1, w""' .

:Misses Marguerite, Shriver anil Jeannette Highest quality MAINE grown timer rAn into those which were out could/ my!, for maps officers and! compass as'best I 1 to avoid some of the mini ePfhI''' ''J.!'dI dIP
on leaving
Matthew. ucilc, Tntum and :Mr of fuel When we were in the vicinity a camp eases that afflict mankind '
Guy Pmholster passed. through here Write for prices, giving quantity desired. We handle of Helsinger with the lights: of Sweden are given; a most thorough search, being j edy has been in me for nan) seen

Thursday enroute to Woithmgton.Mr. Spauldlno No. 4 Rose, Irish Cobbler, Early Red Bliss Triumph I on one side and those of Denmark so that required each garment to take off be all clothing and its value fully prove'1\ --
: and Grover little I ; the other and about four may separate -
Mrs. Barry and Inn probably
daughter of Tampa, were called I I New Crop Turnip, Cabbage, Onion Seed and Sets I i or five miles from land I realized that ly to inspected.if the Each piece was kneaded WHITEN SKIN
rustle of
( to the bedside of Mr. Barry's parents, We carry all the leading and standard varieties of Seed that have been tested we were so close to a neutral country heard, and the hems paper could be JUICE'
I opened Gold LEMON
i who are seriously Ill and known to be best adapted to our soil and climate that it was time for me to make a stripes and insignia were also cut off WITH
Lucian Hu/.en accompanied by :Mrs getaway. There were three submarines
Nellie Tracy and Willie Mae Nal>b, attended Latest Crop Seed Oats, Seed Rye, Seed Wheat, Rape in the locality at that time under to band see if a map or some other contra For A

the cane. grinding; at T. B. Edwards Vetch, Barley, English Peas, Beans, Etc. low speed, moving backwards and forwards soles of was shoes secreted.also The heels and Make a Beauty Loticn

4I :\Iondlnllht.: Out Detcnphve Catalogue FREE upon Request evidently killing time; so I were given no were breakfast cut when open.we We departed Few Cents to Remove Tan
Misses Clara Cone and Georgia Ed- waited around on deck hoping that it -
I '.,,4 BLUE RIBBON LAYING NASH (MAKES TOUR HENS LAY would get dark enough so I would not which we did not mind as we Freckles, Sallowness.
were glad to
get; away, for in the three
2111( I'OlTNll PIGS ITALIAN RYE FOR LAWNS be seen and picked up again after I weeks that I in
was this prison the eel
had lumped into the water. I had on the lemon. (rIO'
I soup was never changed and it was absolutely Your grocer has "
1 With corn above (iO cents hogs eat my life jacket which had not been re- tasteless toilet counter w'" 'U!
At noon we had, drug store or -nard
moved. Although it had not "
their heads olf.ry quickly. The hog grown
f 51at soup out of leaves and a plateof with three ounces
a dark at t':10 I made mind ply you tMwhite
that takes two or three months to get very up mv black Suue"'
time make potatoes, at night the same for a few cent oa
full feed brings that it was to a move.
on never : you a profit. kind of
t When, you are ready to put your While going over towards the side of,. soup again, and that was all juice ot two fresh l leiTh" and
except 250
'shouts on food begin with the B. A. I the< platform abaft the conning tower, I'I'n 'which we a received grammes at breakfast tie, hen put in the orcharduarte cpt
every day. :
Thomas' Hog Medicine. Use regularly German destroyer was sighted hear shake well. This whitener
1 and watch your (shoats round out t ing down on us from the east at high Jump From Train : of the very best lemon skill

into fat hogs in nine months- hogs Ip'JI peed. Capt. Remy caught me before "With the sentries I was marchedto und complexion beautifie 'pas

going well over00 nnd as (- '._ l..J : ; c I could jump and ordered me below. thp train which we took for Villmg- MaIlBags this fragrant\ ream.: and;

high at 210 pounds. Figure the average '1Ah'RIlt Rising early on the morning of the en. I made up my mind to jump from daily: into the face neck, arms tall.

feeding and 'you will gee why ::p ar,1Ci' JrJd Z' i7srEWp ? urhnk tY 10th I WAil allowed to go on deck and the train at the first opportunity, pref- hands and Just we how f recrsallowntss .. tW
: T found that had passed", into the erably as far south In or- r,..ulfh
the B. A. Thomas' medicine is a good ,t'a we as possible redness and acj
investment. Try feeding out your ,jS'T (1U U'! t.G lP>C r Baltic and were heading': in a southerly der not to have too far to walk 'to how smooth. sort

hogs on this plan and, if you are not direction; there was no sign of other reach the Swiss frontier. My guardssat disappear' : and Yea R of

t more than pleaxed, we wit refund the ii craft. As I was allowed to remainon on either side of me with loaded clear the skin becomes.benutifui yeaulfa

t cost of the medicine. I. 'f t. i '(rt' 'wuh 1r! Yt.yJ! f deck I made many valuable observations I horn less, and the (

Sold by R. S. Jones, Starke.-Adv. as we passed battle ships and (Continued on Page 8.) will surprise vou.-Adv

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72 Apple pie________________________________ .50' ._,- 173 Best map of Florida by 4th grade pupil______________ .50 "

he Official Premium List 73 Lemon pie________________________________ .50 .2,) 171 Best map of Bradford county, 5th grade______________ .50;

71 Pumpkin pie _____________________________ .50 .2.-, 175 Best map of United States by: 7th or 8th grade pupiL.. .50
Bradford County Fair 75 Sweet potato pie________________________-- .50 .25 176 Best collective exhibit'from any one school in county... 5.00

76 Nut fudge candy____--____________________ .50 .25 FLORAL EXHIBITS '
< 77 Best collection of home made candies, not 1st

Lake Butler, Florida less than six varieties___________________ 2.00 1.00 177 Exhibit of cut chrysanthemums, not less than one doz._$1.50 #,.

78 Glass grape jelly uuuuuuu____ .50 .25 178 Best exhibit of geraniums-______________ ________ 1,00 s

II 13 14 79 Glass strawberry jelly_____________________ .50 .2:5 179 Best exhibit of cut roses in vase____________________ 1.00
80 Glass pear jelly___--------_____------_____ .50 .2;) 180 Best single specimen of palm_______________________ .50 ;

81 May haw jelly____________________________ .50 .25; 181 Best collection of ferns, not less than four varieties... 1.50 *y

HAY, FORAGE, ETC. 1st. 2nd. 82 Plum jam, glass___________________________ .50 .2;) 182 Collection of colladiuma___________________________- 1.50

83 Strawberry jam, in glass___________________ .50 .25 183 Collection of begoniasMISCELLANEOUS _____________________________ 1.50
1 Best bale of hay on exhibit-_________________$2.00 $1.00 84 Glass jar peach preserves' _________________ .50 .2t; FOR CHILDREN UNDER 11 YEARS '
_______ 1.00 .50 OLD-
Barrel of velvet beans in hull_______ 85 Glass jar plum preserves_._________________ .50 .25

.3 Half dozen bundles oats___________________ 1-00 .50 86 Glass jar fig preserves_____________________ .50 ..25B7 181 Best made outfit for dolls ________ $1st..50 $2nd..25
than 10 1.00 .50 ------ ----
,4 Bundle of forage plant, not less pounds Glass jar watermelon preserves_____________ .50 .25: 185 Best specimen of mending__________________ .50 .2;)
GRAIN, SEEDS, ETC. 88 Jar orange marmalade_____________________ .50 .2;; 186 Best specimen of darning------------------- .50 .25;

1st. 2nd. 89 Jar guava marmalade______________________ .50 .2:5 187 Best specimen of crochet work_ ______ .50 .2j;
5 Half bushel wheat.______-_________________$1.00 $ .50 90 Jar pear butter_________._________________ .50 ,2;) 188 Best specimen of knitting uu .50 .2;;

6 Half bushel velvet beans, shelled--_-______::_ 2.00 1.00 91 Jar grape butter__________________________ .50 .2:> 189 Best specimen of tatting ---u-u.---u--u_____________ .50 .2J;
bushel peanuts_______ _______ __.__ 1.00 .50 I
7 Half -- -- 92 Best collective exhibit of jams, pickles, jel-
190 Best specimen of hemstitching______________ .50 23;
bushel field ______________________ 1.00 .50
___ __
Half peas lies marmalades and 5.00 2.50
8 preserves---- 191 Best sofa cushion________________.._______ .50 .2J;
exhibit of'grain, seeds, etc., from ,
U Collective CANNED FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC. 192 Best specimen raffia work___________,______ .50 .2,)
_____10.00 5.00
farm not less than ten varieties _
one s 1st. 2nd. 193 Best Picture frame________________________ .50 .2;)

VEGETABLES 93 Jar of strawberries__--________ _____ __$ .50 $ .25 191 1 Best model hat rack_______________________ .50 .25
1st. 2nd.
94 Jar of huckleberries_______________________ .50 .25 195 Best towel rack____________ __ ___ .50 .25:
_________________$1.00 $ .50
o Bushel of sweet potatoes 95 Jar of peaches____________________________ .50 .25 ID6 Best coat hanger__________________________ ..50IT .2J;
_________________ 1.00 .50
1 Bushel of Irish potatoes 96 J\r of corn_______________________________ .50 .25:
________________ 1.00 .50:
2 Half dozen heads of cabbage 97 Jar of English peas_______________________ .50 .25 TAKES A LONG j : TALI. HUSKlfOON We heard oIl Premium hit do shore, +
______________________ 1.00 .50 '
Half dozen pumpkins TO 111.\"": 'I UK KAISER We allowed it must lie France
3 ,
98 Jar of field peas___,._______________________ .50 .25 "s
______________________ 1-00 .50 l.\\ HIS uII'LF.. .; DOWN And what It takes we brunur along
of plants
4 Exhibit egg 99 Jar of okra________________________,______ .50 .25 To make oil sour kruut dance. i
___________________ 1.00 .50
5 Exhibit of peppers ---- 100 Jar of tomatoes___________________________ .50 .2,') We're going to leave our happy homo We've traveled o'er the mountains t
_____ 1.00 .50 To across the gen, And we've crossed the blue
beans ) dorp Ben,
6 Exhibit of string (one hamper -- 101 Jar of beans______________________________ .50 .25 We're go going( to help n friend in need 'CiuiHU it looked like all the Germans
two dozen____________ 1.00 .50 ,
7 Exhibit of cucumbers, 102 Jar sweet pickles__________________________ .50 .2.: Who once helped to set us free. Sure did hate to see us free.
crate______________ 5.00 2.50 We're to
8 Exhibit of tomatoes, one 103 Jar sour pickles___________________________ .50 ,.25 Gee,going that's the a life training for me camp, ; We left our picnnninies tOur
____ 1.00 .50
9 Exhibit of strawberries, two 1qt. baskets 101 Jar chow chow____________________________ .50 .25 We'll cat and sleep and hike all <]uy- wives and sweethearts trueVp've ,
exhibit of vegetables.!__________ 10.00 5.00 It will tickle \ come to show Lafayette
o Collective -- 105 Jar pickled beets__________________-_______ .50 .2:> i sure me.The That by jingoes we're here, too,
MEAL, GRITS, AND CRUSHED FEEDS 106 Bottle home made salad dressing____________ .50 .2;) capt'n got a telegramAnd Now send) us to the first line ".

1st. 2nd. }\07 Bottle tomato catsup______________________ .50 .25 Get all this ,ig darkeys what it ready say, With we'll the fight Stars again and Stripes for freedom"hooray"And
1 Peck each of home bolted meal and grits_--__$1.00 $ .50 108 Best collective exhibit canned products, pick- 'Cause your tomorrow's moving duy. Fur France und the U. S. A. '

2 Collective exhibit of different kinds of crushed les, honey, etc.______----_____--__--___-- 5.00 2.50 And now we're on the ocean; Refrain tIt
On the good ship Premium Hum,
stock feed ___________________________ 2.00 1.00 109 Best pound butter_________________________ 1.00 ,50 For the l'iI.ole German submarines taken a long, tall, husky coon
COTTON NEEDLECRAFT Course, we don't give n dumn. To make the kaiser lay his rills. down.

1st. 2nd. -.IF"s 1st. 2nd.

::3 Bale of Sea Island cotton___________________$5.00 $3.00 110 Best embroidered lingerie set, night dress, r M.v

!1 Largest and best stalk Sea Island cotton_____ 1.00 .50 tidies, skirt_______________________-_____$1.50 $1.00 .
!;5 Fifty pounds of Sea Island cotton in basket___ 1.00 .50 111 Best embroidered white luncheon set not less

26 Bushel Sea Island cotton seed______________ 1.00 .50 than seven pieces_____--_____--_-________ 1.50 1.00

SUGAR CANE, SYRUP AND SUGAR 112 Embroidered pillow cases__--___--_____---- 1.00 .50 44 ,
1st. 2nd. 113 Embroidered bed room set, scarf, sheet and

7 Best dozen stalks sugar cane_______________$2.00 $1.00 pillow cases____________________________ 1.50 1.00 ;4h- -

23 Best cane syrup, not less than two quarts_____ 1.00 .50 114 Embroidered night robe____________________ 1.00 .50

29 Best brown sugar, not less than 5 pounds_____ 1.00 .50 115 Embroidered shirt waist___________________ 1.00 .50

30 Best collective exhibit of cane and cane prod- 116 Embroidered dress, child's.._______________ 1.00 .50

ucts __________________________________ 5.00 2.50 117 Embroidered hand made baby outfit_________ 1.50 1.00 3

BEE PRODUCTS 118 Embroidered towels _______________________ .75 .50

1st. 2nd. 119 Best specimen cut work____________________ 1.00 .50 !

51 Exhibit of comb honey, not less than 3 Ibs.____$1.00 $ .50 120 Best specimen punch work_________________ 1.00 .50

82 Best quart of strained honey_______________ 1.00 .50 121 Best specimen Cardanger__________________ 1.00 .50 r-

MEAT PRODUCTS I 122 Best specimen Battenburg__________________ 1.00 .50 >

1st. 2nd. 123 Best specimen filet lace l ____________________ .50 .25

33 Home cured hams, not less than three$2.00 $1.00 121 Best specimen Irish lace____________________ .50 .25

34 Home cured breakfast bacon, not less than 125 Best crocheted luncheon set________________ 1.00 .50 F,

three pieces __________________u________ 1.00 .50 126 Best collective exhibit of crocheted laces----_ 1.00 .50 An International Service Builton

33 Best five pounds lard______________________ 1.00 .50 127 Best crocheted bed spread__________________ 1.00 .50
36 Largest ham, must weigh 20 pounds prop- 128 Best crocheted piano scarf_______--____--_.' 1.00 .50 Profits Per Pound

erly trimmed___________________________ 2.50 1.25: 129 Best woolen crochet: _______________________ .50 .2;; Tiny
37 Collective exhibit of home cured hog products. 5.00 2.50 130 Best knitted slippers______________________ .50 .25 "
FRUITS 131 Best knitted shawl________________________ .50 .2; Some industries have been able to get in

1st. 2nd: 132 Best knitted baby sacque________ ___________ .50 .25 step with war demands more quickly than It
"8 Best exhibit of citrus fruit-________________$1.00 $ .50 133 Best drawn work table cover_____ -_______--_ .50 ,2'> others.In .
9 Best five pounds pecans grown in county______ 5.00 2.50 131 Best\ specimen drawn work, any kind--_______ .50 .2: many cases mighty plants have sprung*

0 Best Japan persimmons, not less than a dozen 5.00 2.50 135 Best hemstitched handkerchief-____-_____-_ .50 .25 up- but at a prodigious cost ,

GRAND PRIZE 136 Best specimen hemstitching_____________ 1.00 ::50 The packing industry was able to adapt

1st. 2nd. 3rd. 137 Best specimen tatting trimmed gnrMent1.00 .50 itself to unheard of demands more quickly,
]138 Best specimen trimmed household linen______
41 Grand 1.00 .50 perhaps, than other industry. And this
Agricultural Prize. ________$20.00 $15.00 $10.00 any
LIVE -STOCK 139 Best silk quilt________________ -_____--___ 1.00 .50 was because the vast equipment of packing l

110 Best worsted quilt-______-___-.._ ____u'_____ 1.00 .50 plant), refrigerator: cars, brunch houses, etc.,
1st. 2nd. 111 Best cotton quilt____________________ ____ 1.00 .50 had been gradually developed to its f
.12 Best milch cow---__________ ___.__________$4.00 $2.00 142 u present
Best ,
home made rug____________ .75 .50 state of efficiency that in the crucial hourit
4:3: Best bull-___--__--___________________ __ 4.CO 2.00 143 uuu so
hand painted pillow top_____ ___ ______ .75 .50 became international for '
41 Best beef steer___________________________ 4.002.00 141 u a mighty system
specimen weaving_____________-_______ .75 ,50 war service.
43 Best calf under one year old_________________ 2.00 1.00
145 Best specimen spinning_____ _______
_______ .7;; .50
46 Best sample of the old razor back hog________ 2.00 1.00 And how had this development taken place?
146 Best hand made basket_____________________ .75 .50
4E est boar, any breed _____________________ 3.00 1.50
-- 147 Best Not by making vast inroads into the capi-
house dress__________________________ .75 .50
4d Best sow, any breed_______________________ 3.00 1:50: tal wealth of the but
148 largely by using
49 Best kitchen apron________________________ .75 ;50 country, ,
Best litter of pigs, any breed________________ 3.00 1.50 from
119 Best little girl's dress_____________________ .75 .!jl'} year to year, a portion of the profits, to
GO Best stallion___________________--_________ 4.00 2.00 provide for expansion.Swift .
150 Best little boy's suit_______________________ .75 .50
51 Best mare--___________--_-,_____--________ 4.00 2.00
52 Best colt under two old__________ ARTS AND CRAFTS & Company's profits have always been so
years ______ 3.00 2.00 tiny, compared with sales, that they have had practic-
53 Best mule raised In Bradford county__uu_ 4.00 2.00 1st. 2nd. ally no effect! on the price of meat (amounting to onlya

)1 Best mule colt____________________________ 3.00 1.50 151 Flowers in oil____--____________________,__$ .75 $ .50 fraction of a cent per pound).
5.i; ; Best jack _'4.00 152 Animals in oil -:-----_--____--_____________ ,75 .GO And the of the have
-------------------------------- 2.00 yet owners been
153 Flowers in water colors______ _______ '
_____ .50 ,2> content: with reasonable returns on their capital, and
POULTRYPAIRS 15.1 .Fruit in water colors ---___________________ .50 .2"5 have been able ye-ir. after, year, to put part of the
PENS 155: Best collection of oil and water colors" pictures 1.50 1.00 profits back into tl.e\ business to provide for its

"ij Plymouth Rocks________ _$1.00 1st. $< 2nd..50 1st. 2nrl 156 Best specimen of china painting____________ 1.00 .50 expansion.
-7 Wyandottes ______________ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 157 Best specimen of wood carving_________-____ .50 .2:; to the These public fractions of fold tiny in profits the form have of been better repaid to j
158 service,
8 Best wire grass work______ __ __ ____
Rhode Island Reds________ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 159 -- -- ---- .50 .2" and better, and cheaper meat, and made it possible for
59 Leghorns Best pine straw work_______ ._ .50 .2:> Swift & Company to undaunted the sudden
---_ ___________ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 meet, I
GO Turkeys 160 Best palmetto work_________II__ I.IIIIIII .50 ,2: cry for meat for overseas.
--_______________ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 -- >
61 Guineas 1.00 .50 161 Best paper flowers_____________u________ .50 .2; Could other method of vital ,
----------------- 2.00 1.00 162 any financing:: a
6': Ducks!:! _uuu___________ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 Best specimen real basketry____________"__ 1.00 .50 I industry involve less! hardship to the people. of the '

61 Geese ----_______________ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 163 Best specimen shuck work__--______________ .50 .2":) country? Could there be a better instance of true"profitsharing"

64 Pigeons _________________ 1.00 .50 2.00 % 1.00 EDUCATIONAL* I'I' in national preparedness than this return! ? in added usefulnessand


1st. 1&1 Collection of weaving, 1st grade_ --______------___ $l.0'i, :I

6G 65 Loaf white yeast bread__--__--________--_'$ .50 $2nd.25 165 166 Collection of color work, 2nd grad_________________ l.on) ';, Swift & Company, U. S. A.

Corn bread_______________________________ .50 .2- 167 Collection of wood work, 3rd grade________________ ]1.n l I
6 87 Plate of baking powder biscuits_____________ 1.00 .50 Collection of writing by 1st grade pupil_____________ ./fo';1168 \

ij Plate of soda biscuits ... 1.00 Collection of writing by 2nd grade pupil______________ .ru)
--------- ---- ---- .50
--- 16D
69 Pound cake__________________________" 1.00 .50 Collection)] of writing by 3rd grade pupil______________ .5 '" 170
70 Cocoanut cake------------------------.--. 1.00 |.50 171 Best Best collection from 4th grade, any school____________ 2 5n<

71 Chocolate cake___________j________________ 1.00 .50 172 collection from 5th grade, any school.--__ 2.-1;'
collection from 6th grade, any school____________ 2 -, V

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\ -__________________ --- -- ___n_. _.___ 6, 1911.-

"f..r'i '>; ;i fair Wednesday.Miss ru. C. Burke. I| auspices of the Epworth League, the ,, ed me until I
.f \ -, -- Lucy V. Perry, of Lake Park, !Mrs. Janie Taylor has been ill for I members of which are arranging an UP they knocked got Uii,, ;";,'Uh i j > I
"I 1 ..,--------- .---.-,. Ga.. who has been visiting her sister, several weeka. She was carried to I I interesting program to include the knocking nu. oj"! ,"I. "Iain rally ,
I7 ( : Mrs. II. W. Raiford, was taken quite St. Luke's hospital in Jacksonville: on dedication of a new service flag and guards struck ?,? ,i", n., '"".' :'f :
sick on Friday with acute appendicitis. I Wednesday, morning for an operation. / the pinning of the names on the flag breaking his ti? i uk ,, ''h'.kicking h t
Items She was rushed to Jacksonville on the I O. W. S. Ware spent Thanksgiving by the nearest relative or friend of en- gnu Th',,. '"dll''
rI[:t .. [ County News ? afternoon train. Mr;, Raiford, who accompanied I 1 in Lake Butler, the guest of his daughter -I listed men entitled to be honored. Patriotic I prison camp continut-,1, where,1Mli t.I: ,Wl. r' dtt ID,
her, returned Sunday afternoon !Mrs. W. :M. Overstreet. songs will be sung and the address ,: guardhouse porch ''11.1'.1| on 11.
\, and reported that she was dOing I Mr. and !Mrs. J. O. Fralick, of of the evening will be deliveredby 1. "On coming to i,,, :
nicely. Starke, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Professor Blackburn, principal of "" '
greeted by the
: ...'....tJn' Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Mrs. W. W. Farnell, who has been Fralick's mother and father, Mr. and the school. A warm welcome awaits looking individual.omman.tan"a"I. :' .' Wrtursion lit''

Regular Correspondent with her husband at Allentown, Penn., I Mrs. C. II. Harrison. any and all who will accept this invitation -:I: who bellow,.,! ,, I ,vPlcal' J"1*.
is l expected home this week. i Several men came down from Jacksonville and attend these services. !''I I attempted to 111),,I. S"BI tbat|| ':
R. J. Andrews, who has been visit Wednesday to go hunting on The people of Saxton are hereby be shot. I speak oscap ,"', : I *
ing his father, A. D. Andrews, for several | Thursday. They came in wet with only notified that the regular monthly gospel Interpreter told nil'no t' .rmar but t
cji HKOOKKUBrooker court. : days, returned to Jacksonville on 1 a few birds. They declared the service will be held in the Metho. Bent for a Germll"whllt, h. aid, n..
_ I Clyde Mullady has accepted a position Sunday.Mrs. would wait till a fair day to come next dist church at Saxton Sunday after ,I swathed me with Ioctor anj .

Due. 6.-On account of the with the Railway Express Co., J. L. Whitten, who has been time.Messrs. noon at 3 o'clock sharp. Everybody "Then they put pupebandngea,
Lad weather the Thanksgiving I with headquarters in Jacksonville. He visiting her mother at Brooklet Ga. Inman Harrison, Dennis invited and heartily welcome to these guard cells for mi In one of \\1.
prayer ; three
Ht. service was'poorly* attended.T. left :Sunday: afternoon to assume Ma for the past two months, Is expectedhome Roberts, accompanied by Misses Marguerite services. I I['not move and the vermin days inCI I t" "I,
I Tuesday. / Parks and Elsie Harrison The Red Cross held their regular that
: T. C. Hazen and II. P. Gainey were duties. motored the place made it almost unbXI
'a visitors to the Jacksonville fair last Chas. Peeples is home from the A. D. Andrews made a trip to over to the county seat Sunday, weekly meeting at the Club House on"I My body was covered ".
Wednesday, returning Thursday af training camp and is the guest of his Worthington Springs Sunday to see returning Sunday afternoon. Tuesday afternoon, and as there is a ([eruptions from German with l large '*
-m .:J ternoon. I I father, J. P. his son-in-law, R. U. Roberts, who has Miss Nina Dukes, of Jacksonville, great need for continuing this work.oneven found to be as poisonous flea : 1
Misses Florence and Jeannette Matthews i E. II. 'Peeplea. was a visitor been sick, but is now slowly Improv- spent one day last week with her parents a larger scale than before peace '{ propaganda.Given. as'Ge
of Starke Thanksgiving here Saturday afternoon and Sunday. ing. ,>I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Dukes. was declared, it is urged that every I'
rr J ,I', day here, the guests of Miss Marguerite -I Wm. C. Haywood, of Jacksonville, W. I. Roberts while home, receiveda ,'I The young people of Worthington Sadv who can will offer her services I Court Martin;
; Shriver. is visiting here, the guest of friends. message from his sister, Mrs. W. W. I enjoyed several nights at a cane grind. in this great humanitarian cause.Those "About the sixth day I Wa .,
'I R : Barley and Fred Ha/en were business Miss Ruth Kennedy, of Lake Geneva Roberts, telling him of the serious illness I.1 mg at the home of W. H. Ellis. I weekly tippers who sailedup cell I was given a court mart a1]
M fl' visitors to New River Wednes:, accompanied by Mrs. A. J. Strick- of his brother. lie left Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McLeod and to the station over the flooded least I could call it iUrh and tS
4 t day. i land, were shopping. here Tuesday. morning for Odessa. daughter, Annie, spent Thanksgiving streets of Lawtey enroute for Jack I I were three omcers, who. l afu
", We arc sorry to report little Hazel It. M. King, of Theressa, was a visi Senator Blitch came home from Tallahassee with Mrs. LeRoy Osteen, of Brooker. I sonville Sunday afternoon will in the I, tionmg me, decided that I qua
Morgan suffering from an attack of i itor here Monday while enroute to Friday on business. He will Mrs. A. D. Dubose returned home future be known as ducks, whether two weeks' solitary confinement! "E
.. ; bronchitis., 1 Jacksonville. return Monday.T. Saturday after visiting her mother,I their wives have been calling them by : they never stopped the food and Jl''
4 If L. K. Gainey made a .business trip It. T. Kennedy, of Lake Geneva, wasa B. Handley made a trip to Jack. Mrs. Holtiwanger, of Lake City. that name or not. Our reporter. says I that were sent to me by some ?! '
j ': to Raiford Saturday morning. business visitor here Monday. sonville Monday.W. Wesley Williams made a business that some of them are well up in the can officers. However when I Itl
i 'y Mr. and Mrs. R .W. McLeod and Duffle Alicrnnthy, of Graham, was a II. Andrews made a trip to the trip to Providence Wednesday.! art of quacking and the public is becoming out of the cell I weighed ..t pound?!
l. \\4 daughter, of Worthington accompanied visitor here Tuesday. fair Tuesday, returning on the after-i Mrs. LeRoy Osteen, of Brooker, curious to know if it is really !having lost thirty.. Thank, 'u, the to
by their son, E. McLcod, of Jacksonville I I Elijth Strickland, of Waldo, has noon train. spent! the week-end with her parents, true that some have become webb- Cross food I built up and got rny
0 spivnt Thanksgiving here, the moved his family to the Rawls cottage Miss Mabel Taylor returned to her Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McLeod. footed. I in (food physical trim.

b! k. guests of their daughter, Mrs. L. T. near the school building. home in Jacksonville Tuesday. | Rev. J. L. Norris was a pleasant R. A. Weeks, of Starke, was a business t "HealizinA' that I hall) Ji Osteen. Rev. W. T. McGuire of Palatka, arrived Miss Lottie Kinlew spent the day visitor to the home of R. B. Roberts visitor to Lawtey Saturday.Mr. .I siderable information that w as vaZ.|
:Miss' Nellie Strickland spent last Saturday afternoon to fill his appointments at the fair Tuesday. I Saturday. and Mrs. P. Jorgensen, of Chicago -i, ble to the service, I began to ,-onsidp
: week-end with relatives at Starke.E. at the Christian church but --- Miss Elsie Harrison spent several I arrived here a few days ago and I fresh plans for escape Thre, of thee
E. J. Ward spent lust week-end here the inclemency of the weather prevented RISING: days of last week in Starke with her lire residing at the Paul Engel farm plans fell through, due t I., treachm
attending to business. the services being held. I Bister. Mrs. J. O. Fralick. about one and one-half miles north. There must have boon.ome. !]II"
p...7 Dr. Tnbble, of LaCrosse was a professional Rev. Yarborough, pastor of the Rising, Dec. 6.-We haven't much L. R. Graham was among the business west of Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgensen -'' among the Russian officers who tiro
tt' visitor here Monday. Melrose Baptist church, was a pleasant news this week, only the rainy weather I visitors to Lake Butler Saturday I spent several months here a few OUt. plans to the Germans; All ott to
1 Marvin Hazen was a business visitor visitor here Monday.TIIKRESSA. we hud last week has ceased and we afternoon.Mrs. years ago, and their many friendsgladly 'I I orderlies were Russian md RUSH,
l & to tarke Saturday morning. .- are glad to see the sunshine again ;i G. W. S. Ware left Monday af / welcome them back. I officers in the prison incliulcd e\eir
Thomas and J. : There is at present more water on the ternoon for Lake Butler where she J. C. took in the fair Jack. variety, from the regular'iaptartdi'
Prof. J. I Byrd at
Morgan wero I __ .,, ...
ground than has been: in quite a while. 1 I Will.. .. Rnonrl. o faiv Jti.fffl ....i. .U U. .1_.. *L I i I *1011./a. 4.1,1* oviiit M ; "fl..I.L.Ju.fl.flWIIt
s in Starke attendmu- to business SutI utrr intiJM1ter i sonvllle Thursday and Friday. V\e COIlk
urday. Theressa, Dec. 6.-Daniel Batten AL M. Crosby and A. L. Jackson I : 18'W{ : : M.Ov4street.: ; I I Miss :Myrtle Sapp came over from I I trust no one. Our own oflTnw j it.

F' Mrs. J, W. Pinholster, Jr., and son, has returned to Jacksonville after sev- 1 were business 'visitors to Jacksonville ( Mrs. A. D. and children left Jacksonville anti, spent the week-end eluded more than 25: non-comhatans
a Guy, are spending this week in Jack. eral days visit here., combining business -I..Saturday, and while there they called : Monday for their new home at Perry. lat the home of her parents, Mr. and and about 20 doctors and n mcrchu1
l sonville.Jesso. with pleasure. ( at the home of the latter's brother, J. : Flo.Mrs. Mrs. L. L. Sapp. officers takPn bv the raider "Wolf"
: Shirley of Jacksonville, spent George Neal of Lake Okeechobpe, I i 1L. Jackson. I L. T. Osteen was in our town O. L. Thomas of Vcrdie, spent Sun- I "Among the line ofllwr' there asp,
t kl Saturday and Sunday here with his spent several flays here recently with The advertisement of1 Mrs. D. C. Saturday afternoon. day in Lawtey with his parents. a few live wires, but niuvt wen con
t r pure/its, Mr. and Mrs. T. I B. Shirley. relatives and friends.Mr. |' Kersey in last week's Telegraph found .1 A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, was a Miss Lelia Byrd is spending several tent to sit back, rat Ko,| (Vow few
ki L. T. Onteen has moved in the Morgan and'( !Mrs. 1 D. W. Moore spent the owner of the mules taken up nt plou.-jant visitor here Sunday the guest days this week with relatives and and hope after 18 months to be 11
I J cottage on Bloxham street. Tuesday and Wednesday in Jacksonville her place. !Mr. Dowling camp Saturday -'.1' of his daughter, Mrs. R. B. Roberts. friends in Jacksonville. terned in Switzerland for the dUll
I h Mrs. L. T. Osteen spent the weck- taking in the sights at the state j and got the animals. lIe lives Wash Roberts passed! through here John I'revatt Wymauma, is the 1 tlon of the war. I did not wish my;
V1 ei'd Worthington with 'relatives. fnir. near Long Bridge and had no idea they ,,. Sunday enroute to his brother's home, guest of relatives for a few days. fellow officers and navy officers ant
would leave that settlement. By means., Will Roberts, of Odessa. hard luck, but I could not help wiihm!
.i r Louis Clemons, of Jacksonville, We have been having some very I E. E. Burney and E. L. Crews were
i I
t vpent Sunday here with his family. disagreeable: weather for the past of a small ad in the Telegraph he was j!iI. S attending the fair in Jacksonville last for a few of'my brother officer thc
r saved many days search for them. j'I GRAHAM: i I could have depended upon.
( Mrs. John Crews and children, of eight or ten dnys. Thursday.Lawrence. I
1, Lake Butler, spent last week here with S. B. Woooard, of Jacksonville, I A. L. Jackson and son, J. S. Jack. I I I I Grims, of Jacksonville, I I "On October 7th it wa- ''Icculed t t.
1 t her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. MarI spent a fe\y\ days here with his fam- son, butchered eleven head of hogs for Graham, Dec. 6.-Roy Roberts, of spent Sunday in Lawtey. '> shift all the Russian officers to tb<
gan. |lily.I home use last !Monday and Tuesday. i Wateroak section, was here Monday A. M. Blanchard was a Jacksonville north of Germany This wt knew'
,' Lit :Mrs. Louis Clemons and little son, 1 Mr. and, !Mrs. Fred :May, of LaCrosse The sausage and meat were sure fine. on business.II. visitor Tuesday and Wednesday. meant a thorough search. At tin
Earl, returned, from a visit with rela. '' arc visiting at the home of his broth The farmers that have cotton are a I F. Price made a business trip to R. O. Wright was a visitor to Jacksonville time I had a complete\ set of tools, CT
: thus at Kaiford* Wednesday. er, H. I). May. little upset about the price of cotton, Jacksonville Monday. the first part of the week. er 10(1( large screws taken from dooR
; J. Crews of Lake Butler, was a i Guy Sullivan was a visitor to Hampton -, or the most of them have, and arerushang Charlie Kelley: of Brooker, was here Miss Enza Blanchard and Mr. and and four long chains made 'sat of mi"
: tt pleasant visitor here Sunday. I, Saturday. it to the markets. There remains Tuesday on business. Mrs. J. B. Dye, of Jacksonville, spent which had previously unclosed the tPl-
i( Julian Collins and sister, Miss Mary I i Supt. 1-;. R. Poppell of Starke visited a few who are holding their !Mrs. J. A. Graves and son, Tom, ,, Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and nis c urt. !Many men wennucht. n
I? left for their home in St. Petersburg our school one day last week. staple, hoping for a better price, all made a business trip to Starke Tues :Mrs A. M. Blanchard. I i I i I the search' but our only Un-. wa tots
I l Wednesday morning. They made the !! R. M. King of Jacksonville, spent a the destructive boll weevil damaged !day. S I I ladder material which we had pn!
I trip by automobile. few days here recently on business. the crop so bad. At present prices I Henry Koon, of Starke, motored out HIGHLAND: I pared but of bed slats after a pr
4 J Joe Harry Is seriously ill at this I I Owing to the rainy weather the box the majority of the farmers will "Just here Tuesdav. lonced' effort.
writing. I I supper was not as well attended as about pay their fertilizer bills and I Mr. andlirs.\ Chesley Fogg were Highland, Dec. 6.-Mrs. T. 1 Divide Into Teams
E. En-
) :Mrs. Alvin McKinney, of Louise, i it would l have been otherwise. The I have nothing left for the hard work [business visitors to Gainesville Tues. glebretsen returned to her home in "On Sunday, October 6. the day !in
i spent last week here with her parents, sum of $7 was collected which will be in raising the crop. day.Mrs. Jacksonville Thursday accompanied >. fore the Russians were to move 1 1i II
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. given to the orphans. We are glad to repcrt littlii Earnie Tom Graves left here Tuesday sister. Miss Rosie Wilkinson. by'her i called a meeting in my barracks of tin
R L. A. Brown has sold his mercantile Potato digging, cane grinding and Norman on the road to recovery. We for Savannah, Ga., where sfce was called Carl Wilkinson was visitor I twelve other officers who I knew wen
i business to his brother, H. R. Brown, hog killing is now the trade in our hope to see him able to be out again to the bedside of her sister. Jacksonville Friday. a interested in !getting away. I insist*
: of this place. community.Samuel soon.Mrs. Messrs. R. W. Surrency, Tom Mills Our plan mu
Mrs. J. A. Starling, of Jacksonville that we go that night!
'A. ,
Jackson and
M. P. Matheny made a business trip Woodard was a visitor to and children vis Chesley Fogg were business visl. ia.spending some time with relatives to cut through or get over the fence
ited in the Heilbronn tors to. Starke
i to Gainesville Wednesday. Hampton Thursday afternoon. Springs section Wednesday. here. l in various parts of the yard simultan
.I 1 G. B. Colson made a business trip Capt. Murphy and wife have return. Saturday. A. Lane and son, Lenzie, and daughter W. M. Wlmberley visited the fair eously. We divided into four team
M to Gainesville Friday. ed from New Orleans. Venie, were visitors'to Starke on at Jacksonville Monday. I took the first team, which consist!
11 L. L. Johns spent part of the week Mrs. S. B. Woodard was a visitor to CLAY HILL Wednesday.Misses ; Misses Ella and Rena Marr returned of two aviators and myself.
I 1.t. I in Jacksonville attending the fair. Starke one day last week. Ethel and Mabel Byrd were. Sunday after a week's visit with relatives "The defensive works of the camp
I The Woodmen Circle met Saturday Sheriff Epperson, of Starke was a Clay Hill, Dec. 6.-The rain fo'r; the business visitors to Starke in Jacksonville. consisted of the barred windows in tht

( afternoon. Only a few were in attendance business visitor here one day last past week was very much a disappointment -III.Mr. and Mrs. J. P. wednesdaY'j R. L. Black, of Gainesville, was here barracks, then a ditch filled with barbed
I to the Clay Hill folks F. Price and daughter.
on account of bad weather. week. on Monday looking after his wire and surrounded by n batted
Fred Hazen anil I L. T. Osteen were Mrs. B. B. Sapp spent last week at 'Thanksgiving day. I tored over to Stark Wednesday i terests. farming In. wire fence about 10 feet hitch with the

2 t visitors to Worthington! Sunday. Crescent City guest of relatives. I B. B. Padgett was transacting business l. business. Rev. J. L. Strickland returned Mon top wires' curved: inward to prevail"
E Miss :May Dyal of Tampa, is the at Daisy and Cecil Moore, of Starkr, in Ilighland'Saturday.' Mrs. J. B. Snpp, of New River, was day after filling his regular anyone from climbing .over Or the
C p tractive guest of Miss Pearl Lewis this spent a few days last week here with Messrs. C. M. and W. M. Hudson of here Friday, guest of Mrs. Odell Abcr- appointment preaching at Whitehouse monthly outside of this was a line "if ,entries.
i h wrek.L. their parents, Mr. and !Mrs. I n.V.. Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving with nathy. Saturday and Sunday. one about every :30) yards wh'1. ,inn ide
K. Gainey; and. Carl Lewis are at !Moore. I II I their parents. Barry Kelley left Wednesday for G. E. Wilkinson of the yard two sentrie- pat) 'lied at
tending the fiiir In Jacksonville, muk. The body of Mrs. Ida Marr, of Jacksonville '! Mrs. J. A. Starling of Jacksonville, .Jacksonville to attend the State Fair. I ,( friends here Clay wassiting their discreton.
I ing the trip by auto. was laid to rest here in Hopecemrtcry is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts, of Wateroak section Among the visitors "It was planned that tht' Hw loan!
:i' Miss Marguerite Shriver motored to Thursday. She was the twin Mrs. S. J. Starling and family. nnd :Mrs. Hunt, of Mulberry, were were F. D. Lung, C. M. Hudson Thursday should cut the iron gratin" .>f tin
,I T Worthington Thursday morning. sister of !Mrs. Joe I'h'illip Mrs. :Man' :Messrs. B. I D. Carter, Nelson Prescott here Friday, guests of Mrs. Odell Ab-1 I Dr. W. M. Hudson all ofJacksonville..MODIFICATION and window in my barracks'nunrli' I
:Mr. I ang ninth a business trip to once made' her home herr nnd leaves Eddie and Robert Carter: spent rrnathy. --- --- -- bridge over the oponincc II ." the
j *",: Alachua Saturday. many friends who sympathize with Thursday" evening at the home of Mr. Wesley Dyal made a business trip ; of the outer barbed Wit fei"*
) )
Friends of :Miss Cecil Rnbnrn lire h"r re'ntiveg' : in their los.s.D. and !Mrs. W. \. Starling.E. to Gainesville Tuesday. I : IN EPPLOSIVES Over this we wem tora, and deep'
I glad I tu know that she getting along I W. Moore was a visitor to the : H. Carter and son. Henry, made aI Rev. Dyal and son, Barry, of Samp I LICENSEBecause : outside the wire. The second team haJ!
j so nicely. Miss Unborn was operated, county scat Monday.Mr. I business trip to Jacksonville Tuesday, son City, were here Tuesday on busi wire. cutters and. were to. 'Ut U. .".."u.-.A"....
j .! j mi Innt I"r.lny: in one of the hospitals and Mrs. E. I". Brown were visitors returning Wednesday aftcrnwn. ness. I public no longer required for the the outer wire. The third 'earn w.r$
1 in Jacksonville for I I Mrs. Flossie Tanner of Jacksonville :Messrs. R. W. Surrency Tom safety, the director of the bureau m
gall stones, and her to Starke !Monday.RA1FOKD. I :Mills of mines to out of the main gate when
I in charge of /go
I i spelt the week with and J. It. Bevillc explosives
? many friends will hope for her a past her sisterinlaw motored over to the ,I regulations has guard was in pursuit <>f 'I'1'
r :Mrs. I made the following u.ld.
speedy recovery. Charity Starling. county seat Friday. w..r- '<
changes in team. The fourth tenm
i' Mr. and,. 1Horal'! !! :Malphurs and I Miss..I.nvina.I Hudson I of Jacksonville James Reynolds and dnmrhrpr.' '- nnl.xv I. and rulings the under general the act information of a small ladder and '-limb ...v the out-1
p sister Miss Murray, were pleasant visitors Raiford, Dec. (i.-Miss Mabel Tay I I spent Wednesday afternoon with her'cousins. were business visitors to Starke (H I, 1917, as amended October er fence.
Worthington Sunday. lor, of Jacksonville, Is in town on a :?\thicse'. Elsie: ", and Lucile Star. I I'-idjy. 1. All : "At 10:10: that night the "arra.thsrhtll
T J. :M. Manning, of Jacksonville, visit to her uncle, :Mr. McAddison, this i Iinjot.I Services were held here Thanksgiv regulations relating to ingredients went out as usual .,'.'rwllrds .
spent Thanksgiving here with friends. wecJi.:. : .I L. :M. Carter, of the Black Creek lilt: day at the Christian church. All used in the not used or intended to be the signal wn tri ,fl''" the |
I :'Ilrll.V.. Harrell, who has been with J. H. Ritch came home on a visit to section, was! the guest of his uncle and churches, united and heM,their prayer are revoked manufacture of explosives team consisting of lotto 1lb..
fi her aunt in this section services.Mr. and no further license of . ,, hl
sister Miss I Knborn. in Jacksonville his family the past week-end, returning Saturday night. such ingredients chains sod short circuit. .1 It.
p returned home !Monday evening. to Jacksonville Monday. !I Messrs. L. E. and .J. A. Starlingwere : and! Mrs. C. B. Roberts and son, will be required. circuits of the camp. A1- 'lights
.f4 ;Miss :'IlurrnyIalphurs! spent last Services at the :Methodist church among the visitors to Highland Penman and wife, spent Thanksgiving 2. All regulations relating to fire went out team threw th. brul!!'
Friday at the home of Mrs. Harrell. Sunday were postponed because of the I Saturday morning. at Waldo with Mr. and :Mrs. R. N. works are revoked and no further Ii. across and my the three of u* 1(1" ,jUt
S :'IlissIalllle! Shaw spent last weekend rainy weather. Rev. Hendilx returned H. J. Taylor was a visitor to High Dowlinparents of Mrs. Roberts. cense of fireworks will be required. "Sentries tried to halt u' Ind thpi

j here with her parents. home on the eleven o'clock train Sun- I land Thursday morning. i| :Marvin Odgen, motored over to the 3. All regulations relating to plat fired!, but as we were in total darknel
Miss Vera Surrencywas a visitor day. !Messrs.! W. A. and II. S. Starling county seat Sunday.A. inum, Iridium and paladium and compounds their shots went wild. I eontinupd 01
hf'reInn.lny: afternoon. Miss Lottie Kinlaw, of Jennings, arrived I accompanied! by W. H. W. Carter were Lane was a pleasant visitor to therefore are revoked and no for about two miles to where I had I
:Miss"' !Norwood': of South Florida. is Sunday night for a visit with among the visitors to Maxville Sun Hampton Sunday.Grandma further license will be required for rendezvous with another ,nf the paw.
the guest of her grandparents! ,relatives and friends. day. Saxon of Hampton, is here their use, etc. Meeting him we walked through the
and Mrs. T. K. Shirley. Col. A. V. Long, of Starke, was a I I E. 11. Carter and son, Henry, made vixiting her son, Isham Ogden. This will be of interest to the drug mountains for seven niirhts. Our
4; Death of Little Paige Mills <; business visitor here Tuesday after ''!''I a business trip to Lawtey Wednesday. E. T. Stewart spent the week-end gists and people of the county, as it walking was done at night and< woodL'In the
r W. II. W. Carter spent Saturday here with his family. releases from explosives hid in the fields. and,
Little Paige, the evelen months old noon.Miss regulationsso day we ,
; baby of !Mr. and :Mrs. C'. C. !Mills, : Perla Whitten, who i Is attending I I! section.night with his grandparents in this Geiger Barry who has been work. many chemicals that until now required Our food was anything! we could At 111 1"0
quietly passed away on the morningof the Bradford County High School ing in Jacksonville is back home here. a license to handle. in any man- and mostly cabbage leaves
the..<5iO;:: o'clock at the home her Sturke parent, spent the week-end, here with I I i .Eflle left Harris for her, our home popular Wednesday schoolteacher I S ner. I o'clock on Sunday,. October, ...,".iitV Uth.""., f
of ;Mrs. Mills' Mr. r ,\ swam the Rhine in tne
parents and Mrs. WTE\
I Swill
J. E. demons, near here. :Mrs. Mills Miss Viola Thomas, of Dowling evening, returning to her school Sunday AMERICAN OFFICER ENTERS I illcuenstein and were then on I over
here school, was in town Monday on busi afternoon. : KIEL HARBOR AND ESCAPESContinued territory. The Swiss turned us
was summoned several weeks ago Miss Dora Carter Lawtey, Dec. 6.' 'The continuous at Bernt,
the of
to be at the bedside of relatives was guest I downpour of I'to the American legation
who flees.Miss rain with byI
I :Misses consequent London
1 and
: Mattie Stalsby left Wednesday Effie Starling Wednesday ( From 1 from whence I proceeded to
were seriously ill with the influenza, evening.Mrs. I flooded streets prevented anything in Page 6.) : that oft
and n few days after she came her little 1 I Jacksonville to spend the week Alice the line of services being held here last I I way of Paris. I know escapeat
with Moseley of the Duck attempted
her sister !Miss Mary, returning guns, which who
they officers
son was taken ill with the Sunday. It rained and rained hard pointed at me. Fin thirteen of.i di.
Monday afternoon. Pond section, was a visitor to ally, three miles from able to pet out .
same disease and complications which HighI from early morning until our destination I least five were
I I land I late at night am
\]I resulted in his death after several There has been a couple of carloads Miss Tuesday Edith evening on I, and only those who were compelled to I caught one guard half dozing and 'i camp and at least three" of 'us
::4 '1 of and carload of spent Thursday with her when the other turned his i in Switzerland.
weeks of suffering. corn a hogs shipped do so were seen on the streets at all- head I dove safely the N-at.
(tJ$ All that medical aid and kind friends from here in the past ten days. !grandparent in this lection. the weather man had climbed the for the window, which was not more I The official report made to isaaCS 1 il
could do was done to restore the little W. I. Roberts, of Jacksonville, came F. Thursday D. Lang was a visitor to Highland throne crowned himself king and than 18x24 inches. The train was making Department; by Lieutenant detail. It d&

one to his health but death defeated home on business for a few days. commanded the people to stay indoors, about 40 miles an hour when I remarkably complete U.boat in on whiCh
I 11 them. Arrangements were made Jno. R. Dowling made a trip to fceI Mrs. Dennis Moseley returned home and they nearly all obeyed. leaped. landing on the steel ties and scribed minutely the his account rf
and the body was taken back to Live from Jacksonville; last week Th? specia? services advertised for a few minutes being stunned. The he was a prisoner and thus "!'
Oak for burial the home of the par. j I I A Tonic Laxative i W. II. cater was a visitor to HighI take place in Grace M. E. church last to injury which I felt the most was in the voyage while he was German ,hIPper's -
E. i i\ ents. They were accompanied by Mrs. I I I I land ThurdRy morning.C. my knees, which I could hardly bend. reads as complete as the hiPP''
that will remove the bile from the Liver edcleanse Sunday were postponed on account of All of the {
'f, 1\1 Ills' father and other relatives of '' I atrugglavl to my feet, shuffling off I own log. dec
the .
t System THOROUGHLY without griping B. Starling passed through this'I the weather and will be held in the towards when he was on
( C, Live Oak who were present when the or disturbing. the stomach U truly a Farfect Luetlve. i i section Sunday afternoon. unme/charch next Sunday. The morning dred yards the hills and forest a few hun. ., is passed carefully each day noted. He[ also <<>

I end came. They have many friends | I I :Mrs.[ Nancy Hall and !Mrs. Noah service will be of a patriotic nature away. of the fort1ft"thttiona ;
I I "By this time the detailed description
train had
relatives who
and of
sympathize with WITH PEPSIN stopped and
i In connection with the Kiel
Carter of Jacksonville
the of
spent past government the guards had started I of the harbor ?
in and
them in their bereavement. .U the acme of Ft-llnblo I! pursuit time
a and Perfect Lxsttvswhich
week with friends and relatives in this food conservation! program which had taking place from
opcned fire maneuvers !If
on mlt. I kept
MOD relieves Sick Dizzlnesa. In- on goIng !
HAMPTON dlnenlon./ Stomach Troubto. Gas and Pile caiueil. I section. will be outlined in an address to be delivered as long as I could and finally, find time. The young ueutennntWowea eti..
by a Torpid Liver and Constipation. Always OM a S by Mrs. J. D. Randall, who Is ing that the guards were but 75 yards the success in going' "!01Va !
'i Reliable Laintivo I la the treetxue@t of Coldat. GrIp WORTHINGTON !special! representative of the Food Administration away, I threw hands I strain to the fine physical' ::.
up to !
Hampton Dec. fi.-Mr. and Mrs. and Influenza.LAXFOS and chairman for/ this render. One of the my had sur I in which he had alwayS kept hlmltl'wk'
David Jones and I III'! and Mrs. D.Y.. Tonlo Laxmlva WITH PEPSIN:' U a tlquM/ < DUwttva Worthington, Dec. 6.-:Mr. and Mrs. section. The pastor will give a brief fired. the shot passing guards between just ear He looked the picture of hea"he
excel'eot: In tie elTart the my
Moore and family left Tuesday morning Syatem. both a. a tunic anil aa a Inxatlve.un It la W. II. Overstreet and baby spent Sunday talk on the spiritual side of the war, and shoulder. Hardly had I stopped reported to Secretary Danieu-

i to attend the state fair at Jack. Just good Chl.d.(for. .Children... like It.aa 60c.for Adulta. Fleaaant with Mrs. Overstreet's parents, and special music is being planned for \\ hen they were on me in a few sec Lieutenant Isaacs was born "u IF
sonville. Maria and recommended to tba rrohllo by Paris !Mr. and Mrs. G.'W. S. Ware. the occasion.In onds. One guard, grasping his gun 15, 1891. in Arkansas Ann.pol 11'11
J. V. Jones left Tuesday afternoon I Mrdtclna' Co. St. Lauls. Mix, manufacturers of Master Billy Burke and mother the evening at 7 o'clock another by the muzzle, struck me over the ,,state he was appointed to

JI I for Jacksonville to attend! the Federal. Grove aTasuleiachUllonia. spent Thanksgiving with :Mr. and MM. .patriotic-- 'service will be--held. under-.the headashlay on the hill.! They kick, .in 1911.
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