Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 18, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04677
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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tDFORD FELL THE :SOLDIERS: OVER :SEAS: LIEUT. RICHARD TOP \\llll IIONH: : SritSCKllTIONSI.awlej't : BRADFORD CO. : ('41N): (; Iti-ss{ :: I.N: J .VX.Meeting .>V

Only C'arle,"" Provided For By Rod Patriotic Cili/t'lis Co (her \\ iIlU11t.1oI During be Slate

[ORT OF GOAL I Cross Will He Accepted for :MailingIn I, RAY WHITE\ RE- I The I'op" With i t II lull.iiwtey < HAS TERRIFYING (I'air in Thai Pity

I mailing Christmas parcels overseas I i (O t. _*."!. Afte-i) n week nfoxliii The following named gentlemen have

( it {is important that only cartons PORTED KILLEDBROTHER stre-iuouH effort with a grand 11- EXPERIENCEMANY lieeii appointed' as delegates from this>

FOURTH LOANUENZA provided by the Red Cross. be accepted i ruilf owing to a i-lmllonno offered) at' aunty to the "Fanners National Con-

for shipment These arc of standard I the closing hour :Satunl.iy; afternoon, gross, Jacksonville, December. :Urd-tith,
I size and the Red Cross is the : chairman W. F. Godwin and, his l com-1 HUH.:

[ EPIDEMICLD only agency authorized by the war and I OFFICER SENDS mittee sent !l.awtey over the top on DEATHS FOLLOW Silas I K. Johns S. T. howling. B.
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postoflice departments to provide the FAMILY HERE bond subscriptions. by n thousand dol Krnnmng) Drew Reddish, R. J. Andrews g
? COUNTY: IN ITS GRIP proper carrier for Christmas gifts. I,I lars. The allotment uf $17..:!.>l n was''' William O. Brooks, C. A. Roberts

Each soldier will send the I reached and when the bank! closed at It. %.. Jas. Reynolds J.M. .
proper KILLED IN: ACTION: IN: FICANTK: subscribed HltOOKKK: AND: I !LAKE 1I1".t:1tE'TIO'IiS : ,
four o't''wt1'1'' $18,000 had been
l.NAL: DASH SUBSCRIPTION label to the person in this country : Brow nice. i
1t.ttSEI'ro: ) 70 PERCENT: : from whom he wishes to receive his I 1 I SEJ>'U\IUEn:: 12lh-WAS HISINC. : with still more in sight. i iI ]i : HARD HIT 1IY I IN- -- _..--
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that ATTORNEY: : I The climax was reached when :Mr ] :SOME; : PSALM: 11
Christmas package. Packages : YOUNG: J I FF.CTIOUS: .\!.,\ny : :
OF ALLOTMENTidford : : do not bear this label will not be accepted I In.I Randall !learned, near closing time

by the Red Cross. for deliveryto I Starke has been deeply grieved by that I.nwtey was twenty-one hundred i'I I For the past fifteen days (Hradfordcounty The Ford in my cur,
Bounty failed to go over the Post Office authorities I has short of her IIl1otnlt'lIt.11": 1 Randall I nliiill not want another.It .
of her
another sons
the news that has been in the grip of the influenza -
top m the Fourth Liberty; Loan Secure your box AFTER you get I made the supreme sacrifice on the field with the true patriotic spirit offered epidemic I hut i" ragingthroughout maketh me lie down in wet places' i i ti,

igil.! due to the influenza epi- a label from your local Red Cross ''of battle in France. This time it wall Ito i increase his subscription by two the, United States. There It milleth my soul i '
that swept some parts of they box used. thousand dollars if one other personI It It-ndcth me into deep ',,4
chapter. No other must be I !Lieutenant Richard Ray White, son of. have been hundreds of cases in thecounty waters!
the last ten days of theBign (I would! meet it with live hundred. The It leadcth into
of ridiculefor
during than me
The box must not weigh more paths
] :Mr. and !Mrs. J. W. White, gavel I IIn.1I large. number of deaths At4i+
The county's allotment Ibs. when and committee' at once got !busy, the man its name nuke.
2 15 ounces packed and should
his life that liberty j justice have resulted. The epidemic seems to
$15:>,150 and the total subscrip- wrapped for mailing. Ask your local not perish from the earth. (I was secured brought to the bank, have been particularly severe in the It prepareth a breakdown, for me in
reported to the county chairmanp chapter what you are allowed to send. I I IDo fine man's signed' up, and with :\1 I r. Randall's two the |presence. of mine enemies, ,
of this
The news young 1 irooker ii nil Lake Butler suctions, '
$108,<(iOO, which is 70 per cent not mail the box yourself. The' death came in a letter received a few 'thousand which immeihatelv! followed', there having been, according tft information Yea, though I run through) the valleys 'jl' ,
allotment box should be sent to the nearest collection White from Lieut. Lawtey made her victorious leap over I urn towed up the hill )'
lays ago by Mr. received here thirty to forty I
utey. Hampton, Graham and station designated by the Red I Lieutenant the top. Nor did/ she stop at that for I fear great evil when it is with me,
Oliver K.: Tope, who was! d'-nths in I those two J li"calitio
;c were the only districts! to sub- Cross unsealed, unwrapped, ready for j White's bunk mate. The letter fol- ''while the excitement of the challenge\ Its rods and, its engines discomfort
> their full quota. inspection Red Cross representatives ], was in the air others caught the fever In Starke perhaps one-third of the me.

,*'ard the close of the campaign arc authorized to remove objectionable. lows: Somewhere France.1 I I and it flu ml.r of small amounts were people have had the iliseane and four It unnointeth my face with oil, 1 ,

I :Matthews county chairman, was articels from parcels I 19th, 111f1.1 !) ,, added to the list. In less, t hall: iin hour deaths, including one colored man. Its tank runneth over
ton with influenza, but R. A. No Christmas parcel will be accepted Sept. I the :$1H.OO))))<> ii ark U.i'l 'been trium1 have reunited. In the past few days Surely" to goodness if this thing follow -
Dear \ White
:s, second vice-chairman, took up by the Red Cross after November20th. : r. : heart |1: phantly pas-i-d' I, making a total of there have been several new cases reported nie all the! days of my life, I shall
/ork and with a band of faithful Keep this fact in mind. It is with an exceedingly heavy death of i'nearly a tlmi. ' ,dollars\ ; ovr" the ali l here, but the physiciiins feel dwell in the house of the insane for
that I must inform of the
jrs did heroic service but the I See your nearest chapter about anything you White Lieutenant i lotnn nt, that the hcighth of the epidemichas ox ('1"--Th.. :Sussex; Herald.! i
ilence of sickness on every hand matter you have doubts your son, Richard R. (Consrjri'; ; iii-dil I is Chairman been passed nnd that there will proliiiMy . . t
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Co. C., 23rd:! Infantry, Am. E. F. j //i fromnow
lie gradual improvement
Ciry weather conditions
!bad com1 about /
lie was my bunkie for the last (;OOII-HV OLD liMUMANYTo :
against them and Bradford goes .- I on.
month and I have known him sln-"
f record as having failed to meas- :MARCHING: TIIKOrC.H CiKICM: .\NY: The reports from !Luke Butler and Li ,
Reserve Officers Training Camp back ( bo, sung; to the tune of Bluebell)
bp fully to the duty assigned/ to Urooker, are not so encouraging.\ Thopidtmic '
I in Atlanta Ga., for were both in ,
we floodliy old farewell
1I0'evrr11': Weeks and his as- Hurrah! Hurrah We'll get you is sn ill to be MUll raging inIh"e icrmaiiy to you.Yon'11 ,
the 5th there. I considjer f
rts together with faithful district Kaiser Bill same platoon sections, and
nitteemon in several of the disuicecded Hurrah! Hurrah! Your cup of joy' able it to a know great\ Lt.pleasure White to and havebeen to haveshared ? _' Y""t > .':'late Hoard of Health tins been asked] i.s through.

in changing what will spill i I j 't> send in u nursing. ) and l medical fume, You'll have mi army nor autocracy, r
I ; bunked. with him and I with himthe
.,. better than a 50 cent tin local Vet; fur +
no' per physicians and volunteeruirsi's "ready lluiic Democracy!
The boasts that have male will
| you only | few days I do so.
crtptmn to a 70 per cent subscrip-! being entirely over-worked., .
1 prove you more the fool I I The ollicers! of Co. C.. 2rd:! Infantry"
J and they deserve the highest :N'o': mention of the ordeal
( with the offerto trying
When join me in sympathy we
we go marching through
br> for their efforts in the face of I REFRIGERATORCAR
through which Stnrke has
(iermany.COMMISSIONERS. you, and know that he wn true passedrt'iuM
ft ill1'' "niraging circumstances. I
I j blue and died. bravely He was kill .1' lie complete. without II tribute
Anx-dering! nil the circumstance* "Hi.1.. C. Wills Dr.) rT.: .
while leaving the trenches that nior" and Camp
IK" mtv' did well and the county ; I
ing of Sept 12th, 1)18.!) lie was len'' II, ipimvh m the brunt of the tightthe : SERVICE FOR
Trmiii has received cordial tel-
ing his men His! men come to Uno- 'I i lives of our citic/.iiH fell Ir.I' ) ,j It
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mthanks; both from Mr. W. C. '
I I Toinlinsoii. the only oilier' local
him and love him.

fdluw l' ilistnct. ,chairman and of fl'om11"the federal. REVISE COUNTY I have taken the liberty of opening .irlii-ing" physician having been taken BERRY GROWERS\

Florida, several letters addressed to him nod ith the disease' early in the ejiulernie.'lirsi .
hiiirman of the East ,
_ that ofT so am enclosing them to you.Concerning physician. both suffered., light:
They ask assurances his barrack bag, he h:'" ) tau'kuI. Iho malady, hut were able

ill great appreciation committeemen be extended and all i LIST OF VOTERS I tried to get same for several month) ", Keep lit their posts and 1 were' nn the AM. EXPRESS CO. MAKES IMPORTANT .
ounty ..
,' almost.
ker1who contributed to the suc- i If you write to the depot quartermntor without rest fur fully ten. ANNOUNCEMENT

of the campaign. The East Flor- I I at iievres, France, and enclose the I I 'ay As soon as Tomlmson .could - j I

zone over-subscribed its quota byt REFUSES TO ADD NAMES TO I correspondence concerning the barrack: I \\ 11.1. SI 'ITU I.IMIIKD: : ;.M'; ): ;
'duty nnd now the local medical staff
will send toyou. .
bag they
ant sure same
one) million dollars. I In.lwaJ\l'Olf:. ; : 'AItS IF THE:
OFFICIAL ELECTION BALLOT in able to fully with the ...itllll'I
final the Or, if you wish I will do all I cope -
ccording to reports to for and (lon without such strenuous work as to the
ity chairmen the several districts "lIn get bag you, you can
he subscribed! the following I PETITIONS: LACKED REQI'IKED' trust me to send everything to you. If I fell to the lot of Drs. Wills and I ('itt 1
Bounty I
ants: :NUMBER: OF VOTERS, FOR II.L. you wish me to do this for you, return >ell 1 in the early part of the cpidenuic.l|, Bradford county Ktrawberry grow- t

toy _ ____ __ ___ ____$ 18,400 CROSBY AND I II. O. BROWN: the enclosed correspondence and I will H1L Hi,, W E. :Middleton, of Hamilton, nlnmlored ere will probably have an opportunity ,

I' Butler __ __ -- _______ 9,000! act accordingly pursuant to your written I vnlunblv assistance' in next season to ship; their fruit to market

Irstmi- _ _ _- ___ __ 2,<('iOI) The Board of county commissioners request. iiaiulling the disease in Starke. Hllmp-I, in refrigerator/ express, curs The r
vidence _ unn __ _ 1,100} mot in special session October lf th, I am returning a letter you sent him I in was foitunate. enough) to on- general manager of the American

ker ____ _ n_- __ 4.500 I 1H8! and was called to order by Chair and which has just been receiver! here a light) visitation. und Dr. :MnMi, l! >- Railway Kxproxn: Company recently

,1 . 17,70'')I man S. T. Dowling, with the following Please feel perfectly at east in writing lon. gave his spare time to ministering notified the Florida, Railroad Commission -

'p _ _ __ ___ __ 7oOi)II I members present to-wit: J..1. BlackI to me for any information or gi- t t. the sick in Stnrke. that his company, would be able

|ford| _ -_ _-_ ___ _n ll.fiOO I welder J. I. Underhill; R. J.! Andrewsand ing me same, or asking for what yon .During' the heighth\ of the epidemicin to offer the growers of Florida u limited j

thingtonno! report __n__ H, f). May being absent.C. wish concerning your son'fl effects. Starke several of the business number of those cars for use during 1

River ___ __ ___ _______ 300( A. Knight, supervisor of registration Will send nil his property to Effects were closed for a few days. very the next berry shipping season.

ham _ ____- -__n____. 3,700 was present with the registration Depot here in France with it"mize.llist person connected with them having Nothing has yet been, learned. about

Tessa _ __ n__ ___________ 1,300 books The board proceeded tin exam- and will send duplicate of same to you, I been stricken by. the disease. With the rates for t thin class of service, but
ine and revise said books as provided so you may know what to expect. one exception every person connected it at least insures the prompt handlingof

otal - ______ ___ ___ ____.$ ';00 by law, erasing therefrom the names : Yours sincerely, LIIi'I RICHARD( K.\" WHITE: with (the Ilradford County Telegraphwas berries and this is one of the main
of persons who had died and those who Oliver E. Tope, stricken by the disease, making it I nerds. of the !berry industry.

I'ORT OF WOMAN'S: : COMMIT-: : had moved from county and transferring i :2nd Lieut. Co. C., 23rd: Infantry Am.P. W. F fiodwin; ( and his bunk, cushier necessary last week to publish! only al The Florida Kail road, (Commission

lEE FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN the names of persons from one O. 710, Am. E. F. :Mr. ,I. i Byrd for the work they did I page\ paper carrying the has, written E.: Matthews: the following

district to another district of said Following\ graduation from the as well 'us to Messrs: Enoch: ( \'lITl .1. im-nts. All but one lire letter on the subject, which will ,

itarke-:Mrs. R. A. Weeks, chairs county. After completing said list it University of Florida Law School D. Rai,ilnll who helped them reach/ the .duty and matters are"p-1 I prove "f great interest to those 'persons

: sales, $1200.00. was ordered that be publishedas I Lieutenant White entered upon the /goal MibHcnbing( over half the total ting buck to normal in engaged in berry culture: ti I Ii
ake for law. practice of law at Orlando. The Ofl.mdo Enoch I though we are unable to thee I directed., 1
Butler-:Mrs. Seeber King, provided by of Lav .y'" '''lUla. Messrs. : yet cover am to quote/ the following
!iiman.: sales, $2000.00. It was further ordered by the board i Sentinel contained the following firiiri-I R: I K.: These and others rendered ," ws field with our usual thorough l letter from :Mr. W. W. Owens. General;

irooker-Mrs. John Shriver, chair- that the names of nil candidates certified notice of his death: vuliielilf/, lisa htance I throughout I the ness. :Manager\ Am.rimlluJlwllY/ Express: ,k

n, ales, $300.00.; by the secretary of state and coun- II Lieut. Richard Ray White i well campaign. OHP of the has Company: t

Total, $0700.00. ty supervisor of registration and the known and )beloved 1 Orlando young It wit generally considered that in i ome to light oeeurredanBarhl Lake Butt "As u mutter nf information I beg

'hr. entire county was organized, names of all who had filed petitions in man, was killed in action in France on making allotments for the various distracts ler. :Mr. and. :Mrs. Dennis Andrews, to state that we will undoubtedly) be

nmittees! with chairmen being, ap- conformity with law and nil amendments ) I September 12th:! according to a wire fOr this county that the amountfor .11"., and their children were all stricken able to secure a limited number of express

nlpd< | in each town. Owing to the to the constitution of the state received yesterday by the Sentinel! Lawtey was placed tun high, especnillv at once. While the parents were refrigerator cars for the purpone -

I'mll' of influenza most of the worn, of Florida be printed on the official from his father Mr. J. W. White of I when ,compared with the allot lying! desperately ill one of their children nf moving the .Ntrawberry crop in '

were busy nursing the sick or were ballot for the general election to beheld Starke. Fla. This wire oonflrms\ his me-if for Starke, the six of the died in an adjoining room and l carload lots from Florida this next 1

''mselves ill and only one day. !Satlay. on Tuesday, November 5, 1918. It death which was mentioned. in a I letter towns and their bank ilepnsitu In they know nothing of the death until season, l provided 1 shippers care to avail!

the lth! could be given to then was further ordered that the said certificate written to an Orlando younf lady justu- to itself Lawtey will ask that neighbors came in several hours Inter of awes

n. and petitions be filed in the by Lieut. James Roamer, wh-, stated this matter be investigated anti properly ( and found the lifeless body of the "I now have our route agents; handling I

R A. Weeks, county chairman clerk's office as part of the records of that "Ray was killed in the las* dn\ adjusted )before the next government hild. The parents are still very ill the matter at various points of

!-hes to thank all those who .o "-' said board. I launched by the Americans on :September : loan in called.Personals. and :Mr. Andrews' recovery Is. regarded .

fisted in this patriotic undertaking Petition signed by 27 citizens! of[ [ 12th. He went over the top as doubtful.The "Realizing" your interest in the !idea
-- --- Bradford county to have the name of has suffered) from the I thought
with his command but was killed in Lawtey some Telegraph! is unable to give perhaps you would like to
anything -
A70XE: COMPANY: : I 'ST.RKF.III' Edward L. Crosby placed upon the of- I the action. Ray was a fine boy, and influenza epidemic but not so seriously! like a complete list of deaths have the above information" I

ficial ballot to be voted for at the next was a "great favorite among the boy as at other places in the county. A that have occurred in the county. At This is probably the result of the

: and :Mrs. Elmer Lazone. :Miss I general election for member of the here as he was at home" number of cases. have been reportedand Lake Ilutler C J. Knight, H. S. Newom case the commissioners brought with (

y Blossom Williams, Mr. Walter House of Representatives for Bradford Lieut White was a rising Orlando nearly all are either recovered or and Jonathan Duke are among! your assistance several years ago.

ers. of New York and :Mr. H. Leo county, also the name of H. O. Brown attorney, when he enlisted in the service convalescing. No new cases have been those who have recently succumbed) to Yours very truly, \-
len, cf Kansas City, arrived i in for county commissioner from county of his After attendingthe heard from at the time of going" to the disease Lewis CJ. Thompson
country. !:
arke recently for a few weeks rest! commissioners district No. Two of officers' training school at Camp press. Several deaths have occurredbut .--- Secretary.1)AYLIlif I It
account of the Influenza ppidemlceepin Bradford county. Petition first named Gordon he not all from influenza. Among --.
was given his commissionas 01.m CtNi'While .
over the country, :Mr. Lazone, was referred to county attorney, who second lieutenant those dying this week were two little r ; s.t''ING; TIME TO
and it {is "general I
sed l his season's performance at after investigating" same, advised the understood that children one a baby belonging to Mr. CH\N: <;E: ONE: HOUR SUNDAY ,
ntromery( Ala., nearly two month, board that In his opinion the office of Ily first lieutenant was commissioned and 011'11.: Crawford ; the other a little the peace talk "goes on there t
after displaying has been let in
pad of the time originally planned. member of House of Representatives, ''heroism around nineteen months old girl daughter of no up preparations fora Washington Oct 21.-No further r
Montdidier! in July. He continuance of the
to victorious
e disbanded his company in that city,, is a state office and to place name of to France with Mr. and :Mrs.' G. M- Joyner the latter war a effort will be made by congress...o con
/went the 82nd division conclusion. A late call for
'y the above mentioned actors acmpanying anyone on the official ballot would require dying from stomach and liver trouble men tinue the existing daylight savings I
early in :May three to be
him to Starke. a petition of 500 names of qualified after an illness of only a week. The required sent from,, this law and the hands of the clocks will\
Mr: electors. I I Lieut. White was a native of Orange county and they entrained Wednesday
Lazone says this season was one body wan laid to rest in the cemeteryat be turned back an hour at 2 a. m. October
the best he has ever experienced,: Upon investigating the petition to county, having been horn at Con- I the lake Tuesday morning, the services for Fort fade. near Tampa. They 27, as originally" planned.

'ryone apparently having plenty olney place the name of It. O. Brown on the way in 1892. lie was the son of Mr. being conducted by Hev.- Alfred were: -- I

, in the towns where he played,, official ballot it was found that there and) :Mrs. J. W. White, of Starke. After Edwin: Calvin Prevatt, Lawtey; Chas ruWKU.liKlfiC.KIC3Dowling. : ; :

I ls epidemic forced him to close just t were only 14 qualified electors on the, graduating' from the University of I i (ontinued on Page R. ) Bradley Johns, Starke; William I'ai"oW."k9.

he was entering the cotton belt and petition from districts N'o. Two and| Florida, he commenced the practice of Lulu. Ort 1 :J"i,,--Mr. N. T. Pow-

lying to crowded houses Nine which comprises county commissioners i( law in Orlando about three years ago. I fraternity.I : "Iof\ Jacksom, and Miss ArnIe

district :No. Two petition re.lie was a member of the :Methodist I Just .before; he left for the training :NO SERVICES Sl'. JM Y Driggers of this place were quietly

CARD OF THANKS: fused. I church, a former president of the EpI1 camp he shook hands with Colonel 1 married, Sund ly. October 12th. We

We wish to thank our friends foi Tax Collector B. M. Dowling filed I worth League" and a former secretary > Watkins and said: "I *m "going to war; The Telegraph U asked to announce, wish the young/ couple a happy and

'i many very beautiful floral offer his error and insolvent! list for the i I of the Young Men's Bible class of the it U my duty to g<>, and when I come that there will be no services next Kim- prosperous journey, through life. t

gs sent at the time of the death olir f year 1917. After being examined by I :Methodist church. lie wa also a leadIng bark I want you to save me my office... day at any of the churches in Starke. ---S -

loved one, :Mr. W. H. Miner the board, same was approved. [ member of the Orange County His death in a sad blow to his many The health authorities think it is best Mrs J. M. Tatum, :Miss Lucile To- a

Mr. and Mrs. U. D. :Miner. Board adjourned until the first Monday Tan-Hellenic Association being a friends in Orlando and throughout the not to have any public gatherings fora turn and Rufus Tatum went up to

Mrs. W. H. Miner in November. member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon state. while yet. Jacksonville Tuesday.

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: ; in the fate of desperate resistum--I UNCLE SAM'SADVICEJJN white corpuscles! 111.1., {I

,l I- of the and further successes in this .-'tor I crease above the 11"1', ?, ,Ii'I p,; .:'V

[ Week's Summary ] will menace the German. buth, ti thi ble that the luborm.",, I .. i J

north and south. FLUU. I now being made tlm", ,,.,! \" _

The Vaienciennes-Hirson. ,mi fury. He-h. arch Council n, 'i ,

if. i "' formerly < ne of the German, man' I States Hygienic Lni. i t' l :'
ALLIES' SNVIIT DUIVK: IMPERILS from dosing in a great converging nlsh a "*
. ; 11 lateral arteries: of communication' ha1' more certain It..i\..iTldual "
p G1.1NTIC<<. ARMY OF (;EIOI !.\. H movement and entrapping in its jaw been cut. S. Public Health Service Issues cases of this d:!..,.,, -2f;,

',\ the German fighting forces in its en- The went bank of the Scheldtana, ) recognized." V

I I, ti Fridlly-Ov a front of forty miles tirety. And thus fur he has success- has been occupied by the British thong I Official Health Bulletin What Is the course of the

I from the North sen in Belgium, to fully, through the use of picked an extent of ten miles to the n">rth "f Influenza. Do people die of It? data

: Lille, in northern France the Gormans troops und! machine gunners who know Tournai, which city is being defended' I on "Ordinarily, the fever ia."

retreat before the Belgian defeat only in death, warded off the by masses of Germans armed with machine three to four days and, tin-, b:
: l' are in general I''? D: ,
blow. guns.Belgium covers. But while the :
British armies Likewise culminating |.r.
\ French und ; r.
'i' is gradually being redeem WORD ON SUBJECT. deaths In the '. 't t
I is being forced to concede Xeebrugge, Germany's second great LATEST present 'e',' '
\ ; the enemy ed, although: now that the Germans generally been low. In soon; ;: ;
movements submarine base on the North lieu, has I plant
retrograde. Bronchial Trouble
-l, i; defeat by have drawn in their lines, the British, outbreak baa been severe ft'' ,
'. British and American* gone the way of Ostend. The flag of Rockfield lp J ::
ii before the Belgians and French are encountering :Mrs A E. Sidenberder, In have been numerous. \\ hen
Spanish deaty
I, southeast of Cambrai; under the attack Belgium once more flies over it. To stiffer opnoeition than during the early Ind., states: "For an attack of bronchial Epldemlo Probably I curs It U usually the result of ;
'I . \ between the south Bruges has been evacuated, trouble which usually assails me Origin-Germ Still Unknown-People tlon." lit
j at of the French in the pocket clays of the great drive for reoccupation I plica
.i I north of and Turcoing Koubaix and other in the spring/ I find Chamberlain'sCough Should Guard Against "Droplet
I' 4. the Ome and Serre rivers by the allies of the Belgian Remedy the only thing that I What caules the olseaie and his

I Loon and by reason of continue.lstrong I II towns have been delivered. Out of coast The city of Ghent, an objective gives me relief. After using/ it for a Infection"-Surgeon General Blue It spread /

I f : attacks by the French and Americans the great sack between the North sea which the allies have always had in few days all signs of bronchial trouble Make Authoritative Statement. "Bacteriologists who htuerfluenza '. ,
r' in Champagne and along the and the Lye river the enemy is fleeing mind, is yet seven miles away. I'roh- disappears."-Adv. I I vpldenilcs III Hi. ,' k'':

i i ,j ,1 :MouhC- river.Nowhere fast in un endeavor to prevent cap ably it will be outflanked from the ----- I found In many of the ". ,

, r.r' .\ however, is the enemy In. ture or internment in Holland. His I north before it is taken. Allied troops For Indigestion, Constipation or I Washington i). C._(Special.)-Although small rod-shnped germ m :,, Hdiscoverer "'f!"

+ t'i'1, .I ;! disorder In Belgian Flanders his hope is thathe will be able to reach already" made considerable prog BiliousnessJust King Alplionso of Spain was Pfelffvr'a lou, i, .b":
ress with this end in view. bottle of LAX-FOS Influenza epidemic of :
try one one of the victim*. of cases apparently th..M ,
of Antwerp und there reconstruct hU! "
hastened reason
t steps are being by I' Having cleared the Germans out of WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive In 18113! ; and) again this summer, I disease there! were found ;, . r''u;:
the line from the Dutch frontier
I the swift drives into his line hy throughAntvtcip western Belgium, the allied forces are Laxative pleasant to take. Made and I I SpnnUh authorities repudiate any ,I the germs of lobar pin \: .

... t' I Britifch ut Lille, just south of the Belgian and Namur to some pointin I standing on a line from the Hutch recommended to the public by Paris Medicine !- I Claim! to influenza us a "Spanish" disease. -I others have been canI.I >
: 'a border, and, by the French anti 1 1I the south, probably Sedan or Metz, frontier to the Ooise canal that is vir- Co..manufacturers of Laxative Bronx of this country do cocci, and by others gem, \ a
If the people
I II Belgians!: further south which threaten und stabilize it for the moment nt tually strl: lht. A new movement has Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tunic the epidemic will become I names.

i J to compel' him to enter Dutch territory least, to the Swiss frontier. I begun to the east of Courtrai, the object ,,;=- ---'-------.--- not take wlilehpreiul care throughout the I "="o" matter what earth .\' v71r

\ and 1 face internment unless ho is fleet In France, east of Line, to Cambrai, I of which is to free the northern so term causes the rpldeini' > -"" 1
CASKETS that we shall hear Inllu..llzlI' I
COFFINS United States soon believed that '' ;
entire the British section of from the ,
t enough to withdraw out of the slowly but surely are pressing Belgium enemy. pry
: pocket between the Scheldt river andthe (forward despite supreme efforts French troops have reached the Danube And a full line of the disease called,l "American" Influ I' spread from person to 1"; tl

J enza. germs being carried with tt t. "H ,
I line with of the to hold l them Undertakers' r0p4I
1 Ben and reconstitute his enemy blotting out Supplies definite with the small .
for very dropl- >
} I The Gorman secretary for foreign In response toe request I :IU
;, \\1 i its right wing resting on Antwerp. the big sllli..nthkh has Tournai as i it* affairs has Hint another message to Automobile Hearse Information concerning Spanish Influenza expelled by coughing ,".r .y.t, :

'.! \ . Ostend, one of the famous submarine northern and Valenciennes its southern PresidentVilson on the important Always on hand. The best service Surgeon/ General Rupert Blue of forceful talking and the '' k OGI

North in in British enemy-held base. To assure the collapse lowest i I who already has the germs <"f .,.
. 4' base* on the Ken question at peace This time Germany at the prices. Special the U. S. Public Health Service hAIl ::y
i '' entered of this salient. Field ;Marshal ease. They may also be "urr -?1
1'j+j ( hands, Belgian patrols professes to accept all the conditionsfor attention to telegraph orders. authorized tile following olllclal interview ltoollt
( !is In the air. In the form of 'hi")
the Huig driving hard along the Bohain !
from Wirt
\\I Bruges, while to the south an armistice and eventual peace as --- : from dried mucus from e,,' '

j pit region east of Houlers the allied forces I.e Chatou'i laid, down by President Wilson- Registered Embalmer la It ?.'ttal
; t I To the east the Americans both What la Spanish Influenza sneezing or from eareh'ss pr..p,,
I lire fast driving toward Ghent in an on The reply: indicates Germany's willingness j Ooea It from the floor ,, .
ti Fides! of the something new? come spit on and on n. eat:
Meuse river are slowly DeWITT C. JONES
. endeavor to seal the western Flanders | to evacuate territory under [ Spain As In most other catch" i :i.. a1i.
J going between the bastion
i Back and retain in it large elements j and the Meuse picked) troops have an agreement to he reached by the Starke, Fla. "The disease now occurring In this person who has only n "11", ,t J"t, \
I military chiefs in the field. It is announced himself ,
r the disease
opposition lilt g\\e\
forces. Strong j Influen
) of the enemy's [ been chosen to fend the blow northward country fined called 'Spnnlsh rllf
in the note that all submarine "
severe attack to others
.j is being offered on the Courtrai toward Sedan.In commanders, have been ordered) to za' resembles"' n very contagious kind

1 sector to prevent the allies from I the Macedonian! theatre Greeks I II,. of 'cold accompanied by fever, pains What should be done b> t-:reM,,
attacks vessels.
cense : on passenger: Quite Simple. catch the disease?
, f carrying out their maneuver to the nro now .in full possession of CreoleMaeedonii. ninl is m lie that lifeboats and "passengers Jim Jones-"But how can I love my
full. More than score of additional' : Albania is fast being cleared ; and Sneezes "It Is very linporlnnt ti a ,Oft'
l. a have ever purposely been destroyed neighbor; HI myself, when his dog howls Coughs ,
t1. have been liberated Ioy l the of the enemy and !in Serbia the Teutonic son who become"' sirk u n
\i11nges or that any authorized) .itmci- all IIll'hl'l" Tin- I'nrsun-"Why, very
Diseases ,
nlli'"l' forces; have Spread should go; home III OIK I' :.u !'11
t' J allied'I troops and numerous .guns and mil.nOl'th !been driw'nthil'tv ties have been committed hy II;. i man\ easy hrutln-r Joins -very easy-Just This will help, keep' ,11.\, . J
J cup-j i of Nish. In Syria, olson h" l "--I'.k., I
'J.I quantities of stores have been till'Il.tnl'illll: troops. t> dug complications nod u !II'!' Of
, I forces of General Allen-
.. I .
) Lured') | h) time, keep the patient' : tl

( 4' i In their'withdrawal from west H I
\ ; A rests-tunic'I1'111(1' desirable that no l on,' i I'.
fi u
l'I t tiers the Germans: nre carrying out a I II
.v '" sleep In the biiino 'run' I''ttlent.
I : tactful movement which doubtless will ,: ( nisrs: \\ 1T1II.I.IEII: I IIOIS r11 Jf :';' i : In fact no "III'I' :

\ end in n general falling buck', of their ': .\ ON: ; ALL II 1'1"I'l.El'ICOS'I'S'loftrlal'Victory : ; -G. p yt l'f) should be allowed In, "i1' ,

line in northern France and permit' I f t i \ .I, "If there Is cniitli'' ,,n i !

'i r. them to materially strengthen their \ crowns tho allied ,I running of the eyes in,',.' til
: .::.00.
f"h4 resistance on n new and shorter) front.ii' arms oi> "every hllltl..fl'onl..rth..rll:': .. should be taken thai, 1'1' |

? ( This!' probably, will lx from! Antwerp to I Belgium: is being rapidly cleared,) ..f> As Poison Gas Sheila charges lire lli'tid. \ "I.i I III
'f Numur and, :Metz, and thence to the the enemy hy British and Belgian, forcrs. I or rug: or paper nniK| \I..
t I Ilelginns t tin\''' uccupiedeoliillire." In the head, eyes ears, buck or other If the patient ci>iiiilan.-| , ,Dd I
still leave I
F Swiss bonier' which would! .
t 'I II arid Ifoy.t; have crossed, the Ghent-. i parts of the body nii'l a feeling of severe headache, he should l hi .. J

f the Hermans eighty miles from their I Ill ruges canal and on their left hav'" ttcr slrknrH. In most of the canes the! drink, u cold compress ,t., id |

ocvn borderline! both nt Antwerp and I n"tilt hod the Dutch frontier, where 1- T ,rt- and a light sponge.On, .t-

If' ;,Ii Namur. At present the center of the, (too Germans; cut olf from, their rotrcat I symptoms' disappear]> after three or four cine should be given ushy "it 'ad.

.t ti Flanders" fighting is near ThWt which by the' advance northward from days the pnllent' then rapidly recover the ddruggist ie te r. It Is fi-ol, -'. "' i* I

(I', ,,1 I is about i'JO miles from Aix-Lu-Chu-' El'l'lllIllIre reported to have withdrawn I ing./ Some of the patients, however to proscribe! ami ,lent, lit1geroiis
develop pneumonia or Inflammation take the H''III1.'.1'- cwt:
into Holland : to
Vl pelle on the lierman: border., where they wore intern- J
( (- 1. I of the ear, or meningitis, and many of and harmless' remedies mher set! bj |
I Southeast of Cumbrni over u front often ry
Ghent, it is! predicted from British t these complicated cuses die. Whether patent medicine inunufui-tun'

L r4't hain miles the British, between and!Le Americans Cnteau and arc Bo-delivering hendiunrters! | will full at an early date I II ;rli I. l l 1 ,,ti tr this so-culled 'Spanish Influenza la "If the patient Is so Bltint.-d 'hat. sin ill! |
a 1 can be attended only b) A"I'" "
of Influenza
r and the French by a swift stroke alongan s Identical with the epidemics' .
the '' ,
n violent attack against after others' Ian I Illy
also look
extended) line have put their forces St of earlier years Is not yet known. must
Germans anlnt lust reports they were It U advisable that such a' MiiliM,, [
within two miles of Tournai. Thielt I "K lileiiilos, of Influenza have visited
} meeting with success although the I e i I I wear a wrapper apron nr it'' 's
I is i in the hands of the French despite this country since 1017. It Is InterestIng .if
llhl' "I l lI
withmachine 1 the ordinary house l'I< "
Germans resisting
'I were stubborn resistance, as well as the C"ell. :, to know that this first epidemic I I sick room and, slip 1 bin oT( .1' **'' \
and and with t
guns infantry high ground,) about. 1
I was brought here from Valencia Ing to look after the nthers"Nurses
I II artillery behind' their line.North | British have crossed ,
.r 1: I troops the Stile | Spain. Since that time there have and attendants will d'' sfl II
r of Loon !in the sack betweenthe river, have reconquered Solomes and -: hreuthlng 'I cer
been numerous" epidemics of the dls to guard against
: I Oise and Serre rivers the French have hud hard fighting. not only !in the ous disease germ. by wearli.: > I'
I elise In 1S80 and 13TO an epidemicof
+ lire trying to drive out the Germans ort section around that town but at S t M Influenza fold of gauze or mask utill- 'tl
starting somewhere In the
make Python, to the past. Here the British
i capture them before they can patient"Will
Orient spread first to Kussla and
their way eastward to llirson. Hereulso .captured more than 2,000 prisoners. I thence over practically the entire civilized a person who has had 'mtue( u |

I the Is using his machine before catch the disease again'"It
" enemy
t Since the beginning of the world. Three years Inter therewas .
i J the operations Is well known that 'III,e, '
and artillery to impede
\ gunners in Flanders the allies have made another tlllre"p of the disease. ,
I : I progress' of the French, hut further nn advance of more than thirty miles Doth times the epidemic spread wide- measles or scarlet Peter, ori,. tt
t '
I IIk t gains! have been recorded. over n thirty-six mile front, clearingall ly over the United States usually protects n person I other attack of the sumo"'
The greatest resistance of all, however of western Flanders as well as the "Although the present epidemic Is of sfluvuza. JIO
not to be true I
J I called 'Spanish Influenza there Is appears
I \is still against the c-oust of the *
I being! imposed enomy. I .' Acconllng to n.''' '
reason to that It originated In ,
I I3 efforts of the French Americans! in Fighting ', "' a '
desperately to hold their Think There is I; Fpnln. Some writers who have studiedthe ports the King of Spain .
if Champagne and along the Meuse river, positions to the north and .south of Le Do You qtieHtlim believe that the epidemic attack of Influenza ,durn w'i '," fF ,
t i 11.11
i where the holding of tho line is essential (("ate-nti the Germans on n front of for- I' dime from the Orient and they cull at. Jemlc thirty years ngo. nn-l o
to stave off a general retreat l by> ty miles have massed nearly half n 1 tendon to the fact that the Germans stricken during the reci'nt "' ,r't I

the Germans all the way from Belgium million men. Their line i.s vital to the : No Competition? ; mention/ the dlxense as occurring along/ Spain.' "

to the Swiss frontier The French in Germans" but it is just as vital to the : the eastern front In the summer' and How can one guard against Into

success of the allied arms, which are I full of 11\>17." enza 7"In

\\i Champagne Kethel tire but still the fighting Germans; hard thus tociipture steadily pushing the enemy hack and Ii i If anyone thinks there is no competition amongstthe I How can "Spanish Inf!uenza" be recognized guarding agnlnut illw-ii. .t all t4 I

't I breaking through at strategical points I big packers he ought to go through; a day's ,, ? kinds, It Is, Important th" '11.'" Jr
I far have been able to hold this important 'I.*
t4 The American forces operating in work with Swift & Company. "There Is as yet no certain wny In I kept strong and! able to 'I-1\
their hands. Northof ''I :*"'
I position own conjunction with This can be d"t'i" -
the British north of which a single case of 'Spnnl.sU Influ ease germs.
, (irimd-1'rc both the French and thp Let him begin at the pens when the live stock "f "> ''J
1 \\'W'I recognized. On the other InK a proper proportion .
r American have made further progressover I I canal. They occupied RejetPast comes in; let h m try to buy a nice bunch of fat !hand, recognition Is easy where and rest by keeping the h i !'wh IIf,"*

the difficult ground.Kspiciully !. of St. Souplet at the point of the I steers quietly and at his own price without somebody's there Is a group of cases. In contrast clothed, and by eating stifll.iei', 't t.'',","a I h

'f severe were the hardshipsd5 l hll'Ollet Wave after wave of machine I bidding against him. to the outbreaks of ordinary coughs some and properly selected! well': 10 If'

endured I by the Americans encompassing gunners faced the Americans, who inflicted Let him realize: the scrupulous care taken at the and colds I which usually occur In the connection with diet[ It U of the h"c

the natural fortifications anti the cnromous losses on them. I plant that not one thing is lost or wasted in order cold, months epidemics of Influenza member that milk obtainable Is one for adult:

attacks by hordes. of enemy machine ,] On the front in Russia a severe de- that costs may be held to a minimum.Let may occur at any season of the year. I all-around well foods children. S*> fur" u a 41l
Thus the as as
i ifeat
present epidemic raged mlllit
\ gunners The Germans aregiving I has been with inflicted the loss of the 1,000 Bolsheviki men killed him go up into the office where market Intensely In Europe In !May June and I case like Influenza Is concerned! Mal'I!

A ground before the Americans only inch :the Yekaterinburg on district by Cecho-! in reports arc coming in.-and reports of what otherconcerns July. Moreover, In the case of ordinary authorities everywhere,, r--1'- apes(
inch. colds the very close relation tu-tweer.
by are doing. ( general symptoms U
| Slovak and Siberian forces. Three I Whll It
I trains with eleven locomotives armored Let him watch' the director of the Swift Refrigerator (fever, pain depression) are by no and overcrowded homt-s, espe"1'' ' a

Y FLU! OF iunii: ; LIES: and sixty machine fleet, rraneuviMM-.R :t over the face of the means as severe or us sadden, In their not always possible to n" sad
guns were captured times like the s"lIt.
onset as they In Influenza.! pr
an Finally
1 OVER marl ZEIIIIl'ia( : by the allied( troops I country Live\ n fl -et of bald : cps: at S
| Germany, !in her latest I ..- Swift f the nud \"."k'effort
note, expresses Let h:intake a trip > .In a Companysal through the community so rapidly orso health danger r'n'sr
The coast again is Belgian.Germany's !
Belgian ,
desire to get off Belgian soil but believes : few ortU' of meat. to reduce the ImnieV'. '
,'rim.:m and try stH a : s extensively as does Int1 'n7.a. I fast
dream of an invasion of ) such The ,u. :
n withdrawal would tat Ing to minimum.
necessarily "In must a
branch house for an houror cases n person taken sick 1It
Let him a '
England across the North sea and take several I stay air through wlntl"W.1<
months. It is aeld- dt-alois drive their with Influenza feels sick rather suddenly open
\ from Calais !is ended.! Belgian! Flmder-: i'd! that the Gorman government is prepared two all.l see th.r- ream; me .t lie feels weak, has pains In the over emphasized.

Is fast being evacuated by the enemy I provisionally to abandon its U- I bargains! ; to the: last penny us they shop around eyes, ears, head or hack and may be I "When crowding Is auntdd1d'le. II,n

hunt campaign. amo-g: the pa.,kers' branch houses, the wholesale sore all In street care should, I"' ,k"",
Z and! his line from the Belgian" frontierti I over. Many patients feel cars !III',
I J. > the Meuse river gradually is giving dealt-;. a :J th,' local pakiccL..nts.: :: dizzy, some vomit. Most of the patients keep the face so turli'f,1'l'Rlh..1. t t. :out "r .
\\ay under the attacks of the British IT.ACK: : MOVKS: DO :NOT :STOP And then, wh.n the day U over, let him have complain of feeling chilly, and hale directly\! the air |

I t French and American armies which .\II\\ 'U: OF.LlEU! .AKMIKSI half aa hour H t"e acountm department' where with this comes a fever In which the another person. : :If'
small temperature rises to 100 to 104. Inmost "It Is especially Important' |
demanding to he served with victory , I he can see fur himself; on w :at profits the t
lire i "' "
I -,datyIn the war theatre the al- business is done. (Less: than 4 cents on each dollar cases the pulse remains relatively ware of the person' who gll'u.j

I| li".1| "armies hive taken no heed of the slow. sneezes without covering ale 01

A haven of safety in a shorter and etrnrtunder' way for the reestablishment of sales./ I "In appearance one Is struck by the and nose. It also follow 'hat. .!9!!

f more compact line u being, sought by of I" all', but ore continuing to If he still thinks there is no competition in the fact that the patient looks sick. Ills should 1 keep out of crow .
the Germans; in order to escape annihilation force bark the Germans; at vital points. meat business it will be because he wants to think so. eyes and, the Inner side of his ej.JIdd places as much as poet, Ie' \:

y by their foes Eprywhf'rpthe along the lmo in Belgium and in may be slightly bloodshot or 'congested homes offices and worksh"-! :
t Franco. In U. S. A. ,' a. the doctor. say. There' I'd. upend some time! out ->f l! !'I ant''
i )' are being' whipped but seemingly. endeavors the BritIsh Swift & Company,
nil I'mh ,
nndm. may be running from the nose, or day walk to work If nt tlVIn .. rt
they are still far from defeat runnare for the moment '
tY taking tho there may he some cough. These sUns, short, make every pi's-1"1 ...
t' In Belgium the pnl'mi.i i. caving | rant-Iptl; parts. The British air 'I' .
( have of a cold 1 may not In-" marked. ; nevertheless to breathe as much pure
rt HI. !proncht'd l to within two
in order to bring his
ground hastily miles of Vnlene'ienni the patient looks. and! feels very slble. .
,I' anfelv. of the which and the America alrk ("II"* "e
armies nut trap n.s, to the northwest | "In all health matters ...(a'
of Verdun '!
t menaces them: but from the French have succeeded !in "In nddllUin to the appearnnre and vice of your doctor and "bfi ', ..ndlations :

frontier to the Meu( e river he still isfll'htln.r important positions occupying two high. : the yiiiptnri: n* already descrll'fd.' of your. local and stat
in their operations *< cnmlnntl of the, ofHcers."
desperately) to hold hack the, aimed) '' patient's Mood 1 may
at advance
an northward ahl the r'h>'lclnn In .. and _"""' ..
"Cover each cough
lower of the Foch pincer' American and US.a' up
jaw great British
troops have d'"
Uh Intluuuzu., fur. It hUll been fuuad If you don't you'll spread_ '
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Sincere GratitudeMrs. tiny In No\' -mb'r. A. D. 191\ $, the said TUM.!." Duinrt; No>. 5, Rclnk. ..kfr-.T. B. PinhoW\ ,

INFLU-- Ind. III'ln" thrFIFTH Mai C......, d.impcitoi W. Lcwin., J. J. Mt .n.
-- SPANISH William Hell I.ogansport\ D.Y OF NOVRMBKKKor .. 4lo'!
writes "I L doom it duty to ..n,* RrprcwpntntlM' of the "Hrcond' Con-
: my express "
J News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. for the good ('tin mnL'rlain's uremiinnnl' iMhtrict of ti,.* 8Into of KlorUU. in l)i..liiil No. 6. .S| .iUr.-I L. Pwk. clnk; J. M.Browol. .

my gratitude 'the SKty.nlxth, , ('..n"...... of the Unltvtl Sin tenKor .... T. N. Krnilcuk.: [!nilt, >ui CJwara, InRprrlor itil
I Coluand\ Diarrhoea Kouit'dy did! All...,...). t.rmrnl of (ho Stwio of Fin rlitii. *. ,
H ENZA me Il'n I hud a severe attack of thor I \\'. .
r'l Di.liut No. 7, lampion-' I llnkiclmksJn
F..r two italic of the Pvintvitu' C'tiriI of
It the
j Live State rhoea three years ago. was on the HtnUof Florid |> 1\II..n. It. N. Saxlen:: I r.1: I II l.ujnu.. mipec- it
medicine! that relieved!
---.J: ly For two HnilKiio? ( ommiHHionvni of tht* Stain? lui..

J ( - ------- of Florid I),.\", I No. ($. U.ifntd.-K I Wravrr, clnk;
p a .ji M iiiai
- NM ---- ! iR M I SPREADING \V. F. II.\ lILKr'r For two Mi>ntlMT. of the house of Ri'prcs.t '
Told ; Our Exchanges. I"I Hlt\r* .r the* State of FUirldn. ,, W C. \\ luili-n K. 1). AniliiwNX'. I I. Kobcrti.

For Hv County Cnmniiftitlonpr*,. mt>n.t.triPiMiliI]
OakhVM.\ C.a., :May; 10. 1917. For three* MomWrn of the County Bourd' ..r( I No \VnttliinRlnn-.II.C., I Pwlct.| ,

f I '.V. -- n -- I PERSONS WEAK AND RUN Old! Kentucky 1 Mfg. Co., Public 1n.Ir"oll..n. rink. Srlr I>uk.... S. \\'. UuUi..-, J. S. Brown, J
Tor ItmtU of thn Prm* tn and for the follow \- ,
I Sam Dickinson Oak Hill ( gardlesH of the time lust by closing of 1'aducah Ky. Intc J urittce 1)1.lrlela.''a :< loi.

Private ,schools to prevent the spread! of Influ. DOWN EASY VICTIMS- Gentlemen : "nl..r 'I tin. *'. l)i.liul No 10. New Kivrr-.J.. E. Adkini, r
the depart
r: 111' been reported by war of ricii-.ii allow me to state that I have Nuinln I'our.NumlHT cli-ik., : Huh.he., ... \VtlInhewt.. :1 J.S"II' j.
German enxu.; The state superintendent Numb.r 11vp.N ,
in camp.
a* prisoner a YOURSELF AND cholera remedy for one season 'ion.
nt sold
FORTIFY innpit'
I n.i your i unie'r I<....n.
; schools notified the county superintendent i and have: ordered more for this Iwt'hi*. ,, ."1 I N... 1 II.1 CiiahamI.. A \Vynn clnki;

The launching of the third hull ntI that the paying! of teachers was PREVENT HAVING IT BY Reason. I Last year I sold 1 it to 112: or I'or ConMahli' In anti for the folluwtnir Dun Hy"l. Jninra, Ciavri 1 II.1 D. "'&.. in>|>rcItit .

I Dock Company's plant has a matter for each local board to decide. 15 men who raise hogs. I tol.ll'nl'l\ tire PlHtrirtit.' .i i&Nieier : J"'I ..
Tampa : .
I I tint
thi' *
f ibe"n postponed indefinitely pending, TAKING TANLAC. them to take the remedy, feed it to N".h.r 'I'h...... L>Miul No 12 Thrrrua-.A. I 5ul.n.

of the shipping board inc -- their hogs and if they lost a single hog Numhrr Fo..iNuniltvr .. link. C. Sullivan, Kt rrd l < .."" . I \ .

| th. arrival Miss: :Maude K. Roberts, daughter/ of According to lute reports issued" from disease of any kind not to pay NitniWr: Six Sin.NtimtHT Pot. inM>rrtoiK.
-tor. s. T. ,
"pi Mr. and :Mrs. H. S. Roberts, of Lakeland me a cent for the remedy, but when : Ela htNurnit.r
health authorities I
Federal Commi
by State und they began to sell cotton every man F.levrnIn C'liaiimin: Counly uonfr t Jq
a: Wednesday afternoon word was recived who was reported as mysteriously i the Spanish Influenza epidemu: came in ami paid! me for the medicine lintin.ony w ln-i-mf I have hereunto a" (1 ,\.1' Hi a.lloid County.

Orlando of the death of Rod missing several weeks ago, wasmarried 1' my hand tool airtind' limp Cirvnl: 1 Heal of tin W r. ELKS,
> in is rapidly tpreadintf to all parts of and every one of them told me I Stat' of Florida" at Tnllahai i..'.. the ('AI.I\"I.\ 10. 18-21
| c'k Taylor the message stating he at Brunswick, Gn, shortly af ; the and it now accrue that that it was the best hog/ medicine they; this tho tvwnty-foui* day of Auuut A. I*. (.I. it

e'n drowned in foreign waters pnI tel"Iiss: Roberts told no one of her country ever used. One man paid me for the 1ft IS. -d' (
I had in the Unien 11 CLAY CR\\VFOKt). pStark.
practically every Il.Eltlt'S: KKPOKT
, I I October 10th. intended departure and marriage and small package and l bought. $5 worth (ii.. S.) Srrretary of State.
will te seriously affected before I it more of it and said it was the best To W J. KpL't-mon: 1 Slu-rHT, hr.t trd CountvFlorldn ... Fin.. Si't't. 4. 19(5.! i
her disappearance caused uneasiness 11.11.1"tNOTICR Hi.port .r i tin- rli'rk of llu rii-i-iiit ou.tII J
I Pay checks for teachers in the PinelI runs itn course. that he had ever tried. anil fur Hrnilfunl, (' ,,Iniv. .'1..'.1.. ...( .

I schools will be issued re- among her circle of friends. It hits not only become a great und YourM'l'ry truly count of tnxt-a atwi-aiM-il for Ihiytnr l'i7.II. .
2 laounty I
\V. K. BAltTLt TT. M. OVU.1NO.
terrifying menace to the public health, I Sit months after, date hereof I will, irrnrniniv ?'ciir. t
,...-- ,I -Sold\ by K. S. Jones, Starke.-Adv. ..o".h.-... anti final\ account to the HonnrahtiCno. '. .5

::4J OBITUARY 10th. She suffered from an attack of but unless checked it is apt to seriously ---- -- .. ---.--- A, (?.....llnp.. County Judue of Hradfnn, \IIK. I. to l>nl ,h"Count- _ _reaper_ .. -"S4i .

Spanish influenza later going into affect the progress of wuror*; No >\vrms In a Healthy ChildAll County, lorlda.,. nnd auk fur my Una I dinFluinre Hv ntnt rnltirtiMlSi . _ 2117" i
ndminlHtralor of the eatnte of W. 11
lial line ___ _._ .
1 to
i ) Thursday night, October 10th,, pneumonia. Sympathy is. felt for the in all its various departments.> Already; children troubled. with wnrmn hove an iiiv t'ndi'rhltl riiTcnuvit 1'I. I'ralnacaAutl. 4
i On Indicate Muml. and n< a Th' thi* Hth day of Auttunt. 191*
healthy color poor ; _
and demanded Jiereaved ones. the :Shipping; Board has announced 1. lo h,1 ilili> - - 721.71
thi Death Angel came I : rule there U more or I lena aiomai-h dtaturham-i* J. L. ttNtlcilIrr.L. lly nmt collt'iU-il ._. ___ - 7S.11
the care and keeping of this e--- I I that ten per cent of its workers had GROVE S TASTfcLESS chili TONIC illveil rrilulnrly S.O.lIm... Adminiatrator. Si-pt. 1.10 lull .h.' -u _ . . ___ ._ r..I. (

t from life of :Minnie Lee the :MRS. :MI.NMK:" : HOlKiKS-KNAKB. affuctej.I for two or three winks will enrich the hliiod. Improve r.unlY Kimil and Bringrlll '
f world the been the dmi-ation. and art as a Grncral Stnnit|'It 1111.1. TO QUIET TITI.Ris \ I. to -__ --._ __I I
c dauchter; of Mr. and! :Mrs. J. R. Hodges I 'I The disease has made its great progress eololl Tonic to the whole aynteni. Nature will then. CIRCUIT' COURT. RICIITIIJUPIClAf lly mnt e.'h.hnl.' ..1. _ _ _ .__. _IIRII t t t -
Hampton Oct. 25.: -The sympathy throw off or illnrvl the worms. anil the flilld wlt!! hiIn CIRCUI r OK KI.OR St-rl. In lull ilu. '_ -. .- 'loll! 7Oulnlanillnit '
, of Hampton. in the East where it has claimed >. .
iniv AND FOR PR\i .'undA"
take. We "Imitla
health flecnaut to
of the entire out to per'Kt in-r
I She has been a teacher in the public community goes its victims the thousands.> Reports. MW! COUNTY IN CHANCKRY. 1.10 Iml iliw _ __ ._ ... -- .-III
Florida and Georgia for the the grief stricken parents sisters and > by I.--IS---: :! lly Roll polli'i-ti-.i __ _. .. ._
j schools of TrentOn husband of Mrs. Minnie Hodges-Knabb from other sections, however are I rn HI,KSSN: :. KSS: K KS: t' R O IVnnard. S"i't1| I. to toil ,h,, -. ___ _ -. --. --. I III.JIClHinty
] and had (gone to Complainant
past six years IN:.; Jo'I1.mmThat I Hrhnnltiir
tenchAfter teaching one day who was Ian) to rest in the Santa Fe "equally alarming; and both civil! and "Feed U. A 'I \ I I. I I. I'lil' ilmi i _ __ .._ 1SS1.09\
to is why we say Florldn nnd A. ImmiKrntlon Co., _ _ ._____ -1
authorities have warned the . '
cemetery Oct. '
later Saturday, 12, followinga ; military llv nmt u 1.71
I she was stricken with influenza, : Thomas' Hog 1'owder! according to directions i-t al. .I..I. ,. 552.811
Hi-l'l. I ltt -- -- -
I developing into pneumonia. She was short illness of pneumonia. Her public to take every precaution to prevent ." I no NOT; FEED IT SI.Ol'- 1.f'nl"ol.'! I .. I I.Klnr, anil r'orfi-llnrr- FunilAim .

old and was married to Sir I young husband is "Somewhere inFrance" its! further sprcud. In many cities I'\". but mix I I it with I ground feed, and 1111.1. w III lET Tims.To i.I i.. imi .1 it.. - . _. .. sni.aj
2 ,, _ .
j : years the unknown heir dnvlri>a, trrnntw Hv mill, oiilli'iMfil . 107.S7Sil't
I'aul K. Knabb of Baker county May 1 in the service of the govern. schools, churches and theatres have moisten with just enough! water to nnd claimant* ,,t. t through nnd under Clnrenc*?. I I. I I'll". _ . _ .. .14.8\

before he was called. to mcnt.j of make a numbly, mass. Then each hog C Hryan. di.c,>iiMi>d. drfrndnnta, i'l1He rmldtnctti,1 Huh SrhnolAuir ,
been closed
It Ii> 1918, just I public gatherings gets a beneficial, I dose I See full I directions i nrv. unknown : I I. t Iml\ iluo, _ u. 181. I M I IliT
I the ,:olo,-x- and who i is now serving over all kinds forbidden. I Your back C.HKETINO; : ami .rolli'l-li-il, __. - _. .
j DKATII: OF INFANT: on !package. money You nnd! nrh of you nri. hrrrliy riiilredto | HO.lll ,
'Iml I ilni-
I 'In '
I there, I Medical authorities> agree thaliCPle if you .ire not ..uti til"1. Sold by K. S. I he and npiH'iir U'fure thv judge of thn. Si-pt" I. I Huh IA

Mr": Knabb, was! a Christian, being; who arc weak and run-down .)om'lIl StirkP Adv.MflNlm. Circuit. Court for Urn "Kiuhth: .Tudiclnl Cirruitnf tar I I. lo .Iml Tn.1.1,1,. 1..11.,1_- - - "HI7M\
member of the Christian I I Brooker Oct. :25.! -The little infantof ---- rt' \ u insistent at all\ times doing Mr. nn>l SI) ra Reuben Dyul passed lire the earliest victims of the Influenza .. d,,>' of No\4>mht, >r. I ll'lH I Ht tho CourthouKQIII Sijit Hv milt I I. I t.. Iml .h, u -- 271.nil\ 4Bti i'
l'h'i' h <>f Hampton MHld" CtMUltV.' tO HHHWlT fl Ihl.r\ 1'1 \V. T \\I' I.'IR.
i whathi! could to lead others to fol. away Frid ly morning (October 11th, epidemic If you find yourll.1flil'"d. iiln nt ixhilittid HuniiiHt you In nid court byIt i SUM.: i Clitrk.lly .

after an illness of several weeks with weak and losing flesh, or if you II. lt'ittnrl 1 K ,\. : C
of the Saviour. Of ,. WI'FJI.
[ )<'w in footsteps 1'Inhindford, County 'IVli'Krnph. In h.'r'h>yti Clork. r
n i. nl, ativcs the leaves to mourn htr \hooping cough and stomach trouble. cutch coil easily this warning: should .I "irnnttMl IIH a IIPWHiKIPIT, lii whlrh) thla I nn- 1''ltlY| !'i'iI

: )Ii II husband\ father and mother :SIr The interment took place in )It. Sinai be, heeded promptly. You are really; JACKSONVl1JLjLA, <>i.I_.. 1 h-thiii. ; I piditmhcd for tw.>l\v conmcutivoV I ..U"'I llrPO.ITlnrkf. i I

i ai' i Mi? J. It. Hodges, one brother CI cemetery, Graham the following :Saturday in great danger, because the germ of KM ,,,0,1.) ,rrihid.. In I thi. Hill\ of f'niplnlntn I f'ln. Mel. 12, 11)15. .
,In,, th' titli I ,.. v iirh; In Hmmht toI ', I II
morning. I t H t uuni' ,, it. n.-rk .f I I'" C .pnl finirtii
I I (Hi I iltfiof Macclrnny! three sisters | this disease* is very catching andu. : OLDEST I I. "uI.|, t< it ax ,UkfitillHt thi* II>HI\M. di'fi'tuliinlM, I, 'H .1"nit'it I for t llraiironl I (',.",.Iv. .Hi.rlilll. ,,n noronnl -

Mi, AV :Milton of Wntertown Mrs.I I -- are apt, to fall an easy victim if )'ou'' foourMrHyW M (514 81 IS/fED u > i.nrtiiMitiii, , Iv dtnvrihi. .. .d AH folioWH., 'toniliS I ?ii nf tnxm n...."... Tor Ihr yimr 1'ii I7.
SW > of : K: of SW'4' .
: <.f SK1: NK-i
i i L. I u. (; uiiUrooker : ::\ I | j II M. IMIWI.INO. .
I II) \V-irjfins/ and :Miss Eva: Hodtfes, ionic in contact with the germ.I'coplu SC fO HOUSE -(I I'1: ...f N\V'' NW i-4 of NWi.,: Si'etlon': ::1 t.MILI "'"" Colliwlor.
I II'"III'ton m I.: > nf M,.:'; Ht-rtlon; 4. \Inwnntiip, A, I -
I Oct 23.-This communitywas who are well and strong are not likely: i "ZiEEor"f/ -"I ih. lOat,,,,' .'J. Hiittt. Ainu tula, I. 2, ;:1.t Si-il I I. tml ill"1(,mint_ ; Proper_ . -- SlI151 I #

to ctmtiact the disease because they < -, .iitnl. i tt 1 'lor Wf. of SW'i of NW'it ; | __ ..._ _. .
'i 1 >i "I'Y> i.f my dear sister, Lena, shocked, Monday, Oct. 7th, to ".,,01 I HtnrkH, ? 'II. I 14. Ic. H 17. 1>4. 21. l 22.i *!'I.) llv nmt .01..1 l _- __ 820.0&--IS.SthM
\\n 1<-1I1I1.t.d! this life October, 10th learn of the death of L. K. (:I'.en, a are able to throw it off. The commonsense n..I, i 'I. n.r. NW'' nf S\V'' I ...r .M.-rtion' 1 2, I I 1 I I.. llrnlimiin --- -

i mi,' th loved one gone on before. r former residfnt and business man of way to keep from takinit! IS'' tinI I'XMiship I .? look" t tt.?.8 In I i I 111", Ii.a t'fltt Unnm of' l'J.!Cuimnlnua Kntit.: 11.1,1101.' .lIb.,"- 11".1 I I I. Iml. tlt.' _ .. .. -. 885.20 1349.70 33J t.r

L-ii. I know ;you are happy. I am sntii this place but for the lust year a resident to fortify the system against! attack 5) >.\,\"n i II.NF..SS I nf: :said. mv 1 Sort hnnd iii. 2. nnd tin* ninl of Maid DIM r : nml I:I. i'."niii"l Iml :ilnp;:: -- - : : _::: --i:

ii fill I know you are sweetly rest- at Holt lie had been in failing; by building, up the constitution. < ..urt, 'tiiH. Ih,. :.11 Hi Iny nf July till.. **. tiiiiiilr. llnail anil Hrlilni 55.1,57liv

nt 'in th arms of JCI to use the old adage SALIVATED BY ''SKM-t: W T *\VFI-.KS.: : M.Mit,,t I Iml .le----------------_ _.. _.. 11.(1( -
EVER trad ford ami un
( lrh Circuit' ( ourt, I P..I'I,1 -
Jesus. We will miss stricken with pneumonia only lived ,. __ .. I II.
ti t-ust in your .\n ounce of prevention is worth a County, I"iurilaI Ch't I. I I. u 811.1 ,
four CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! Him I '., l orli-ltlirn I.uiul, '
,uti, .mile and! theI.'t! songs/ you days McCOLMJ.M, .
pound of cure. And if you are in a SM.I, i I.. imi iiiii-. ._H _. __ __ lag 30 j b''
fani.vour way home. I will never He was reared in Bradford {county JnckHonvlllP. Fin.Olchir Hv ami ---- u --.. .1..7 .4

tense t" hear your voice singing but taught in the public schools nail, made sub-normal condition the proper\' thing for Complainant., H2Ht.NOTICE t I. ,In ...1.1." -- .H_. __ __.- I 1'1.1& ,
I to L do is to begin immediately to buildup ,! Acts Like Dynamite v' a Sluggish .. (' .ly SrhimlSrlil t
y ''i I hay gone to sing for Jesus! in the ninny friends here anti throughout/ the , 1 I. ,In Iml iluo. ___ _.___..._ ._ 2MJ I
who learn of his your powers of res Itun'e. To accomplish Liver and You Loci OF FIFCTIOVVUKRRA9. : 'J
llinvcnly choir. We loved you, but county regret to untimely nml' ri i.u'ii! - --*
\ 'I'ii" I.i-it.n1ntiirt' of 11)17.) nndrr Iv ____ 7111.I IIOiitKlnoihnir ,
That is why death this, nothing: on earth will I I. !.' Iml .1.. -u
..T.Uloved you more. a Day's Work. IhiConHtitution' uf iNHft of ih. Slat of Florida Punil

Hi aIled\ you to yonder shining; shore. lie was the eldest son of Mr. and strengthen you and, build, you up like ,did I PBM two Joint RMnolutlonN, |iroionintriirnn | rt. I I. rial I ilii. ". - -- ... I"I'1.1 I .
There's no reason wily a person ,lmi'niM' to I tho) Coniititutlon of th. Stat' | 1.85Irt
Tht home has been made vacant ; h..reMit Mrs. R. H. Green, of Lake Butler who ru nIne. the powerful reconstructive take sickening! salivating cal- of 1 lorlilii.,. nnd the nnnif were nirrfed, tn by a Hv nml' BiillivtiMl ilun .- - _._ -- __-.- -__- jSjitITale J
should I I hal u !
; the vacant chair but I pray the survive him also several! brothers! and tonic which contains the very elementt'iled tile* of thrrp-flfthfl of all thu mi-nihern Hoctpd I. ' Huh Hrhnnl
)mel when 50 cents buys a large bottleof 1 to each hit,... that tho vntoa on until JointIti'Holut __ __ __ . ,
Father to fill the vacantplace sisters besides a devoted wife and lit. I. I.. lull ilil" 4J'J5? t tHI
Heav.-nly by the to give > .ntf>rfd their
system >
/ you Dodson's Liver Tone-p perfect 'innn wi rf upon rfnpcctv ... ._ _. ._ ,12.
tie son. lie was a consistent member I | ,<> Jntirnnla. with tho yoan anti navn tI'.n.RI1I llv amt .1.,1. n 0 ITotal
fighting strength and, ward off the for calomel.It llrt. lo l - -
substitute "" -y did iMi>rmiiH* and dirift that the 1 ,
Lena was eighteen years, just! blossoming of the :Missionary i> Baptiht church and influenza germ. I is pleasant vegetable liquid unid Joint Hrflolutlonn. .IID auhmlttrd to tho Siih Hrhmtl. IliinilSiit 271.118

; into womanhood. She was> a was> always active in church work. a elfcton of tin- Slat nt thr General FI.'cth'n In | I I. I" Iml; mitt" _ -_ --- { .
The extends heartfelt IJirst: of all\ Tanlnc begins its action *hich will start your liver just as surely N..m..r.,. I I'ltH I Iv amt rolliu-loil, - -- J-JS(
church of New community _
member of the Baptist but it doesn't make NOW. THI-RKFORK:: I. II. CI.AY CRAWIXllfll. . I. i. .mt ,1. - - 211.71
calomel you ;
Ri, er' She leaves a father and mother sympathy to the bereaved ones. by creating a good I healthy appetite I as salivate. Hi-cn.tnry of Stallof f h*. Slat of w. 'I' wffKI.: : Clwrk.lly .
sick and can not Florida do hcnhy lve notiri that (sit 1.\\
-- a
four brothers. for \\holesomo nourishing food and A.
and II.
"in vters folks \P.I'KI.
Children arid grown up can .KNI.UM: : KI.KCTION: : rlnrk. '
Mr tad :Mrs. U. F. )Merritt Lake MEN: OF Fl.OJUIJ.W.K1-: assists every organ of the body to take Dodson'a Liver Tone itS will I I... hflil In each county In. Morldn on I"ruf
I M In
Tiifidav m-il mirciNdlnir Ilnnr t >mduv I
lit.tier". ,) :Mrs :M. M. Drake Jennings; perform its natural (functions thin! perfectly harmless. N..m'.r.' A_ I' HUH thi naJd Tucflday lilntcMPTir IIOIII. WAHIMNTH! IMIltflrnfral

V r TT.,,.I .. "- "....'.. M.. J. I.. Unless there is a general; awakening helping to build up health and strength ( alomel is a dangerous drug. It is Ihe I FuiMKnlKhl

the of Florida who I> \Y 01" NOVKMHKRf'r ._ __. 25.iifl
iiuaiua. I'arkI'M; >! Ida among men in the natural way. mercury and attacks your bones. Take 'Hi. .nliflriitinn, or .J..n. nf the unldJnint r. A. cl.Tlral.. work mlliumi10 -
I ,. nml
their Inl v 7.11
have not registered and paid 'f li 'flnhiilHii-r
vl.if Frank :Merritt Lake But- calomel today and 'MouilotiH| I iiropoMlnir I A", to .
Mr you
poll taxes for IOU! ; and IfllT.! their are Tanlac is ulin the ideal strengthening ; a dose of nasty 1 he Constitution. of. it,.. Hint,' nf "Hiirldn, viz : .1 :. 'll'.llirlllHH .III - - 1.111)
.. Jacksonville\ to. il'i -
Merritt and nauseated Mr lino -
:Mi? J. R. ; will feel weak sick A JOINT l KKSOl.imONProporilnv : I .1 ( -
Mi? n F Merritt. France; Mr. I. L. irriiv-e fears in regard to the resultsof : tonic for \prrnons, who are suffering Don't lose u day's work.I'jtkt' nn Anvndmi'nt to Hrrtion K of Arl :. it. "01'1..1 .III.y .- 128.11I' 10.71 4,

the vote on the !Statewide': Prohibition from the after effects of Influenza morrow. Liver ti..!.l-. Ml I I of ii,". CmiMfiliilion of tlm fl'",,, of :. I 1 ".,. .1. In.II.I. -.
Hi ritt.! Panama Turk- a spoonful of Dodson's Honda. Id.Inlinu, tn Kdurntion.IN : I I .1. Killrr h.n..hl.. -_ -.
.--. Amendment to Article XIX on Jrippe or lironchial troubles and Tone instead and you will wake up I it |itnl lvid hy. tin- |./lHlnliin( > ..f thn State flnh'II. Mrrn-p il" -_ .. -. -.
il" -
I ttlf, I.l'wisVl'hstpr :o.r a this. son of November 5th.It. hundreds of thousands are/ using it feeling great. No more biliousness .r FlorldnI . I .1 _ _ hut thi I I foMowlnH? nmi'ndmi'nt of Hi-ctlon N. i M" . .
Mi mil Mrs. J. S. :Mathis.! died earlyI you have not registered and paidpoll daily with the OIo gratifying/ { results rrmntlpation I sluggishness headache; ...rrllr'|,. XII of the Cormlitullon of tluisnitf KlimiiliIli'vnulilii. 'I InlliHMii. ._. .- Is.11.
tuxes please> with patriotic zeal of rioridn 1I..h.II", to "ICdiifntion: INhir ? "..nI.I. .'- --
f.I 'ilav morning; typhoid-pneumonia. the In connection with the Tanlar treatment I mated: tongue or sour stomach. Youi ,-l.y. tue ro.l I to and nhnll ,l.n. ttuhnilttrd, ,.. I h.. : .1 I T llMriiiiln I _.._ ,_ 4I.

(Hi wit-' three years and eight months!'!) urge every acquaintance to di druggist! says if you don't find Dod.on's ) ..I u>.rtirN ..r tim.. Htiit, for tidoplIon,, or n..] I
it is to keep the liow-, _. _
books Saturday necessary the idnrtion. of (;iiiinullAnilrnwm. ilo 40.01
He hadpiitii.nt same before the on 'I better than nest Ht-niTiil Iti-iiniicninHvrH,
thi time of his death. Liver Tone nets i
it t <.II! by taking Tnnlac Laxative t>i I". held iri thi* >inr, A I Ii I I''I I 1M 'that In tomy. I MiiMiiSliilnliv, il" - -. 10I
i ( !sufferer for five weeks. evening October Uth. open / rible, calomel your money is hOr-\,, \ I Unit: Sfrtlon: M of Artlrli. XII I I of thf, > Con* I I M S n..I..I iln.Ii - i I. '0 ..

death father Yours for the sake of a Statewide Tablets snmplei of uliuh are i included ((12: -- ) Hiitution of I l... Si',,". of Horidn..' hi* nnu-ndtd' ... ', ." 'mini. Mi".,.'wa ilil _ ti ""'I'I" "
"n( to mourn his! n ; fr you. It.. 7"I I (TiI I
UH to r.-ti Art rliw Mi I IlllWllfltf -
Victory with bottle of Tanlac. It i is
_ _ 'h> ., M,'n sisters i nnd three brothII l every Kivtion t ,iii'h routity. nhnlt l I.t. rpqulnducNi'MN \ Il'r.n'a ilo, .- 7" IIIfli. .. .
C \\'. CIJOOKK.Superintendent nlso important that the every dayluleK I.e. * 5' 4 4 I ,.,. nnd ... l..rt annually for thi nii'iprirti " .'iliiii ilo .. In I
a + * * 1"11 ." ,'
f thi- i.uhlii. /I' fr.... HchoolH heroin of ... Law .1. -
fntii-ral" was held! nt the home Anti-Saloon League of of hygiene b,' observed ; that is,, I L KfJ: i A I. N; I ) 'I" I C I'. .'. I I !h> HH than thrt" .*. (lll, mill.. nor tnf>n r.I'than o not t,'nI0i Mi.lnk, .1.. ._._u__ I, .

Florida. + + + < ",,hli. on S h.. didlar on all tanahle ,property, I.'mill. I C'. Pi' il" -..- - I. -
;u\ uafternoon., Rev. I). L. I'hillip steep' in well I ventilated rooms get/ 4 . + g. + + + + + + 1'1"1 .__ I" "..
In the IlliviKnv il" .n.n
_ _ til-ting, ( the services. The little body ---- .- -- ---- plenty of fresh air and exercise antlct.op - -- - - - narnnA .101 NT RKHOMJTION: I A Vniiri, l.lnnk .ka ---- .- .

$ in the Lu\Uey ceme- SIMPLE n E\I: Kin) $.\ III Commissioners. Stile ,I.r.i,..,o'i,. nnu.ndrnnnt to th' (\mHtttutlon ofIln ': I Mnllhi-"i prlntlnir _..-.... . .- .
.ml? l to rest from crowds.Tanlac I -. '
away ....... "
I.ittle Lewis will not only bed 10 UK: PNKl'MOMA: : ) CTRK: I (MI reby notice is given thai undernnd '' I'J"'A.'It' ftiwoht-d I,? thrutlN'nturtf' of the 1.1 I. ,K Duirirnr Ki-lli-y I" 11'"' l Uplla------.......-. '-. "" I
i is cold in Starke by C. I'. if that certain decree of I" h'n..hln. ..... -
virtue < State of Florida .
in the home for he was fav- by : t K 0,11-v - -- -
______ I a druggist in ciri II f _.__...... __. I,. "
the "onion for f'ason and by one 'very ,,,irtition made nnd entered i" the That Article XIY I of the CtmuKtltutlon I \ luni il.. _.
his playmates. The fame Described as> cure | It"I of h and th.. hrr ....... I IS (lit
imong .,, Kin.. ( Stale Florida mime l i. : ',- --
miir' deepest sympathy. pneumonia," a Jacksonville woman ban tnwn ill llrailfurd County.-Adv. 2t mt i court for \Bradford i-minty. hy nriM'ndi'd NO na to ..-..1 na follnwa : :i./ f-nifl! .v.I.I : -.:::::.......: : Emmett

--- i-i i hnncery sitting, on thi> Jt'.th tIny of \ rtlrlc. 'XIX I Hnctlon' I 1. The mnniifnrturi' *, 1.1, ,-.. flank Interest __'0_ _-_- 77.72 tI
tin. well our little d.irling it hurts sent the following remedy to the A Beautiful Woman Si ptember) A. I D. 1H1H in favor of Will .iil>. IaCer or xrtmnir of all alcoholic .'r In. I, <*., Hunk loan ._... - uuii no
be Underbill tot i"'A'I In* liquora nnd lH>v.rniim, whHhvr, tpiritii'iiiM. . ___ .___ iio.oo
best and Times-Union and asks that it pub C. :01. I ,, "" u.
but God knew Underbill and .. I
; that beautiful .hln.
vnu? up Uo you know a woman t.r "? v I noun or malt an hfTfhy fn tffprohibitrd | 1,..- ilnHiunit _____ ... __. ._ __ . __. 40.nn
: "i i plnci' for you up in the land of lished. She says> that it has never failed always hllII good digestion ? If intiiiiliiinants' and against :M.iry Unit In the State of t\nr\\ \
'h ,,li,. *t. to cure: your digestion, I faulty, eat lightly of I I- rhill, I II. H. Underbill., BHI Underbill! for ni.*dical.. netf. ntlne or chanieal' pur. Ixirn .fiihnntin ilo ._.. ._ n_ ... 1.0<
... .
I.. Underbill Katie ." and wine fur aaeramental purpniii Km.IlinmlniM tin __.. ___ -- 1'1.11'
A FrflEsr.C.tRDFTlfANK Take B or 8 onions according to meats and take an occasional dose of kitty Underbill C. of which alcohol and win. for the I tin .. . .n. . . -.-.. 1.0.
----e- Chamberlain's( Tablets to strengthenyour Underbill I J. L. Underhill as admmistratnr .._;,.S aforvanld,. ahnll lt* tficulatrd hy I law l.r'l < P I'OIMI -

: size, and chop fine ; put in a large digestion. Price 25c.:: -Adv. of the estate of W. II. Under Hrctlon 2. Th. I.eiri.lntur. ahall enact iuftnhl Total ___ -_ _-- -_-_* ..') 1'
a hot fire then add same his own right, !law for the enfiirrvment of the prnvla* Tar IHatrlrlaMiilfta
; and in
spider over bill deceased ., flp.r.1 -
lonrt ibis article. . ..... 5.00
quantity of rye meal and vinegar The Strong; Withstand the Heat of J.uh Underbill, Clara (Cone a minor. Htion, 3. ThIs article shall s.t ln*<> t ff.eton M.rr. "" _-. .._.-..-.-_- 1.0"
Mm J O
We wish to thank our friends, both J. C. Cone as defendants, the undersigned the first day of January. A II. limIt Mrro.n..k.. ... .. eo.on
thick in the Summer Better Than the Weak nnd Rt-ynol'l, --- -
of Hampton and Trenton who stood enough to form a paste as commissioners will otTer The ...toe cant In compliance, with naid,. pro. Mm. Fannie> MartIn ilo. .. .__....__.._ 70.00 t ,
it thoroughly letting P.iM4l nmendmenU. nnd the ..n..... H.rUratlonn _.... 4l") 00 p"
Old mod _
who faiblc
in the sickness and meantime stirring people ar younger peocla south door of Kathrrlnn Martin' ilo -
by us so faithfully sell in front of the thereof.. shall boo nuhjeeted/ .
nnd return __
: who ... and _..... "
are .k..1II be HreDftiheaed enabled to William ili _- -- 1.01
death of our daughter and sister, Mrs. it simmer five or ten minutes. 'through dam-ruin* beat of summer by taking the courthouse in Starke. Fla.. during to the ame rca-ulatfonn' general and mn'rletlona elH.tlona In 55 .the re .Edith':. T. "..n.". il'. _._......--_._ Ifl.On 4

:Minnie Hodges-Knabb also for the Then put in a cotton bag large GROVE TAi-rt.LC.SSchillTONIC.!: It purifies the legal hours of sale on :Monday the State urnvided of hy Florida law. for I. F. (',.... .In .__ _--.__ 16.01 t I

and eolch.arh. blood and bulldaupthawhulnayttem. of November A. D. 1918. to the IV ESTIMONY WHEREOF ,:..,., \ 11.1..n ilo _u .__-._-__ (1.6
and applyto day ,
beautiful offeringsMr the lungs
floral : _.___ .
to $
enough cover Slnl.l> ito . .___.__. _
'j You can MOD eel. ill Strengthening, Invigorating and bent bidder for cash in I have hereunto net M.illr' y -
and Mrs. J. R. Ho described __ ._.
hand the following proper rl..t Mm) uf tne Ktate: ., "" Mlnir ilofhtrii ___.. _- 2.11
,'- : Mrs. II. R. Wiggins, :Mrs. A. about ten minutes apply another and I situated and lying in Bradford, SEAL ) Florldn. nt Tallaha. .. "* law ilo __ ....._. __ -..__

W Milton! Miss Eva Hodges. thus continue by reheating the poul. Can Now Eat and !Sleep; in Comfort.
S tlces, and in a few hours the patient If troubled with; indigestion! or sleep o' Southeast Quarter section 2:1.: and 1914K. .. Ray mm-------------------------- 11,1" il

CARD OF THANKS:" j I will be out of danger. This simple lessness you should read what Mian' Wiit Half of Southwest Quarter and CLAY:: CRAWFORD. "l-.nnir. Ifamptnn janitor .__. _n_...... In I 11
I I of Southwest Quarter. Secretary ,*f State. City Water Co. livhta water S
__ Agnes/ Turner. Chicago 111.! has to Southeast' Quarter 8.13t. 1.I"h .
remedy has never failed to cure. Thi Co. dOr.I.OI., .......... 1
We wish to to our friends at say : "Overwork irregular meals and section) 21. all the above described, JlarkiIlilw, Co. Inelilrntall. .---...--- 155 p'

convey in- Usually three or four applications will carelessness regarding the ordinary land being in Township II.1 South Range PUBLIC NOTICE. 0 f Jon*. tin _._ ..__ _......... T."
Butler !<
Long Lake our
Bridge and but till 200)( acres more or r dB. .._____....... *.TI
sufficient continue rules -
be of health containing
ere thanks to all who go kindly asi.sted alway gradually underminedit :!M! Fast: of SoutheastQn.irter Node 11 hereby given hit at thnf riuUrmrrtin ( I W. J"o..,* .i! __. --____ 3000
hour the perspiration starts freely until last fall I became a wreck of .---- also the North Half ortCXtobrr 7tn., I9I 18 the County C-ommnuionrr K It Taylor O.t. tin. .._. -.-.-.--- 10.14
I Sl! us through our dark. my former self. I suffered from continual : and !'t. Quarter of the SF. m and for Bradford Counly appointrfjthe 1 1I n r. Jnnra tlt, _._. __u______ I_44I.

>f -lereavement in the loss of our be- - - headache was unable to digest Qmrter, section 1 JR. township fl South following ,in

"ved, child and sister Lena Merritt. EDGAR EYEIS my food which seemed to lay as a Har /! !! 22 East containing 120 acres I .'n..l el'*rhon in the levetnt voting prmnrts of I Starkf. C. Jonm ilari'ii'ilo >'. "!.>.n'_u.__.__"_.__.. _. ..m

\Ia> God in all His mercy he with dead weight on my stomach I was mop or less laid) county on Tuesday November 5th. I 111 HDiitnct Moor il.. - -- --

them always is the sincere wish of a Optician TestedJACKSONVILLE.FLA. very constipated and my complexion .1 :\i. Alvar-/, T. J 'Iriffin; J.V.. I No. 1 I. Lnwtey..K.' I I. f-ui'li.P cleik.W r. .r St..,:mi -In --:::::.-:::: :_.:.:_ 1.45- ,

became, dark Commissioners.A. I !M K.., R. rhede. ( PxJilHt.inir W V.irvnn r,.. hooks ..___. . I.T5
grateful familyMr yellow and muddy as I fl't'Wq, Sr., JJIIIII. R. H 1.1 .. V.K.r. <'.. IneltlrntalaR _ __ _
felt. Slei.plessnesa was! added to the V. LONG.:.; ,..rlori.U d.
ami Mrs. R. F. :Merritt nnd Family Ho !h ni .f"o,1 on tataa ----
Broken L. \**. Duplstt4 \ .E3 _ _
misery and I would awake as tired as Solicitor, for Complainants. 10-1-5 INn. 2. Lake Bullrt-E. VI' II i Dou jii* *> :
S."m. Day ** Raciavcdon when I went to sleep. I heard of BULk Dnwjrrs F. M. R.t.'t. II. Kotrn.berg. H M Ika !i,05 il.;:::::-: :::::::: .::-

.Sp.ciel.u on FUi I Orders -W. f>y Pbstae B M |11.1"? tin .... ...._ .._....... t.60
Chamberlain's: Tablets and found such NOTICE OF KIFfTIOM 'inip _. .. _
'''QW rOBSYT T ilo -- -
LENA::" MERRITT relief after taking them that I kept up To tS Sheriff ..r llr...lf"r.l. ".oiflt". of thrStun No. 3, Provtd'-iiee--Lawry\ Anilrrvm. I T' r..lo... ,- '..'. .. _..- --..- I ot

1 the treatment for nearly two months. of KlorMa Cnmfnrit. 8... clnk. J. H. !M-.IIOI Nathan hunt M. Z. Cour. .' '..o..n Co Hank Intrrnl __ ___ 4 H,)
I n. ,1, known That I. U rlajr _ 4*' M .
Long Bride, Oct. 25.:! -The many The Quinine That Docs Hot Affect The Head/ They cleansed my stomach invigorated .rc,., of Slat ..r tho Slat* of Florida, doharfbr ion, mip.ctnrt. Hra.lfo-il 1 < Hank .!" nlinlalflrailfnnl --< : on 4 ,

friends over the county of Miss Lena B..-4U.. of lt. Conk and laiatlva ."...-,. LAX ATIVE my system, and: since that time I"can .ivf* notice thatGENKRAI S : Lh.lrut No 4. Pale HROMO QUININE: :< (Tabl.tiby ) ran h* taini Fl.F.rTlOS: : i
I I I I. C.
\ Sumnv-ti
:Merritt will regret to her of her death I i aoyutia without cau.lnd orrvnunneiaor rlimmiia eat and sleep in comfort. I am will b hfld in Brm-lfoM Co inly 8t '* of Plo,. clnk. I. J J. Dlackwrldcr Sam __ "' :
tha bead. t.Vv.CKUV: 't: S ngnaturooQ bol. JIM:. well." : th: first Mon- I If I Brannen mupcrtort Total _- - - n.
which occurred at her home here Oct. today entirely -Adv. ids. on Tu.*'Ur n,tt iuce.dlni -- - -



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salary of about fUitit are unable to I published. Will you tell :Major Msit- I ICALU2JET ,.

ford County Telegraph I live through ,the year and improve thews to please send me a copy and II I : tJtiJ'

themselves for better service. To get,you can let me know what It sou ml-! II THE POLICY! OF PRUDENCE ; ,,.
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like. I think I will write quite oftento 4i-- :
fo'ilmtieijVt'fkly, and entered an atend tellch"I'1lit: all, school boards have i iil.
I wish I had of I 1
6 .. clans matter *t the pont-ofTice attarke ) j many of them, been compelled to increase ', the TeU'itruph. ore I is the one that covers a )p,,,. ;
pictures to send him; he has my rrS TIME 1'bU'
my ble loss
by fire. ,
+ Florida. school expenses from 10 to 40 If your ,?. I.
picture as I appeared in civilian lifelife I I TOOK OUT A I'
other boards could not do'' I erty is not fully ,: ,
per ; but that wouldn't do for u !soldier! POMCY. > n> \
1 E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner.I. ,. this, and l in nearly every county many 1 still think the world of Capt. Reed! I i here and take out a puln, \ "

C. nUIUX OX, Associate Editor.Sts sihools are closed because there are he IH a good 1 man. ;' once. You will find our t t.1'1 I

ni 1 teachers to be had. And to even Hope' to sec you all some future III,l \ most: liberal, and our coni I
a greater degree does every county 'Sfft/ A. It. :Moon- ales the i
most reliable ,
oCTOaE L. 1919} fine greater or less disaster next I Q. ;M. V.. P. It. S. No. :32:, Am. E K could insure with. Do ,
lull Wherever Uncle Sam makes a ,, (otl'-The: article mentioned<< i hy not di

T..<,KT L! u [ J: fifth offer to a good Florida tcacher R"rJ'f'antIoore: : for the Telegraph was F dShoulders lay this most important n, ,'

I omitted from his letter.) ter. Very small ncci.Ii.mca .
5 this ruse came under my recent obHer- i.

W.3 \aton--nt an increase of nearly 100 : ,;ionally cause! fires and .r
I American Expeditionary For 's, INSURANCE
cent the issue immediately be- ter-regrets are of In-' '
per :
6 101112L France, Sept. 10, 1H8.! ,
,,1-umes acute. And therefore this next ,Bradford) County Telegraph use to pay damages. u

1 J11819 I, fall, all over Florida school boards' Starke Flu.
141hl must meet at least part of the way \Dear 8ir-1: I want to thank you for

1 20 21222324 25 26ti12 the inducements of other states of your paper which I have received! regularly JOS. E. WILSON :,!;

.industry, and of the national Iove'nml'nt each week since I came ace--. -
23031n.Oltlll. itself. I I II I know all the boys from Bradford <.i\"r ,',

Florida appreciates. loyal service, here appreciate it very much. I 01 l" STARKE FLORIDA i iI )
The least. bit of news from home i- at j
..efficient work-and Floridians surely All Bailing:
() .\ UIM. MKKTTIIK; ISSUI-: I ways welcome. I want to pet in tmi-h I ,
. know that if we want good schoolswe I
with some of the! boys over her ,and I Cares ,
Within three weeks the voters oft must have good! teachers, that our would 1 !like to get their address. or f..r, ..'
i schools may never, it is true be quite Whim t. ?, LCM[ T
Florida. will meet a great 1 issue and l I them to net: mine. -
I i decide it--an ISMIP that ill the wordsof I us good us we want them to be-that I I Thankinjr/you very much for the paper |> COllKS 1>I. li balsiu? h l "

the greatest lender in America to- they surely can never be better, IIn.1thl'Y I am troubles) c Cjuick 8*, fl'
that will be YOU T .:tt ";. j ('!... ,
dayU "second, only to winning the undoubtedly worse I Yours truly leave. go right "i. .
war" against iermany. Florida. will if we do not provide the funds to keep :Marion Drowning alu-ad and mix vp baking ; -

: them at least, as good! as they nre.I I flattery E. 52nd Regiment: C. A. c.. n if! ,.i for bi cuits- -
meet that issue K' and by the
? J | aithoat f ft
j That cannot longer be the Am. K. F., France cuK< i o' hintt < ar
power of the- ballot decide it right.: I they on I of ulcer+.unt'-. C.ilumi t makes
Florida boys with I'ershing to-day are present income. So, the voters of you forget fdilurf.
f4') : Hill Thomas, who has been pharm.i-
F the Hun in France to"m.ike I Florida must face und meet this sumo ua
driving cost mate on the steamship Amema, \
r, the world safe for democracy"; \issue November fith: Shall our schools. I writes the following: letter to :Mi->

tl at home their fathers and 1 mothers give our children, sufficient opportunity Olive Ray: BAKING POWDER CAR
for the sort. of education! the : .. TilE UNIVERSAL
and elder brothers are waging a campaign president I suppose you have already rend 1 .1'h"1r.1 I iathe mo..t pof'itior be* in it itr/wsowe *'
: and doing their .share to "make / pleads> for? Do I really want about the sinking of my hip moat firjrrt mi'I U h i Hit IJIK- info

4 democracy safe. for the world") and for them to be that good Surely if I do, The papers here gave: quite an account Nest fcniliible f/i tiianil. The btc fact ause that it is it the tithe mult biN-l r/i-

Florida. What safety can there 1 Ie except I shall heed. his. urging and shall this of it, they even pave the name and picture. Nest wlli-r e Uc pi ii/incc'i-b that)nu it llmt in tie thirc bent.Atrial is. Take good care of your Ford car.Don't .

I to make democracy intelligent day vote to ratify the proposed Amendment We were in hopes they would\ 1 nom j.teen <.il. nuyncnn if yi u full service w,
. ki tt Keif-reliant und, law-abiding; efficient to Section 8 of Article XII not mention the accident at all, for we l ere Ki-ty n< trmuu.ybad.t IHII il lake it back and expect it to give you

.I? i ,clear-visioned. full of the 'passion of the State Constitution, to makeFlorida knew if they did our folks would worry r Calumet cont..' ntnlv ouch, inffretlients unless you give it some care and atten-
about us. Can picture nip going ns h. c horn ippro0 yOaieelly '
to serve? To do that in Florida schools as good as PresidentWilson I the side from you the deck in ( bv ih.U. S. iuudAuir tion. Let us give it regular treatment
over top asks for and to keep them I ry
I't. this voters will undoubtedly, \ write into I
l less than a minute from the tine> I r.e buy i it.whrn occasionally. No "bogus"DOf't <
that wr. yon
H. Lane
good.-Benjamin Chairman '
, i ? the Constitution of this> state November : was culled from n deep "sleep \\MI. r.e N.. jou.,.it.
l 5th a provision to make this outcome State Campaign Committee I i iI it doesn't take a man with n y< nr':,, parts or unworthy ma-
I __._, .. I HIGHEST
, ; i certain. TX'C. - transport experience very long t t" s QUALITY !a terials used in our shops, .I.Ii
That great early apostle of American I )//.I irioirsnnci: -: I abandon !ship when he gets ordertn t Take i

' $' Democracy, Thomas Jefferson I do so. I saved most of my clotho-I I. it HIGHEST hut genuine ford ma-

planned. the public school system of All the count ,* subject to 1' st my sea bag with some of nr. } }, AWARDS Chances terials and experiencedFord
j of state licenseare 4
to payment and county clothes, hammock mattress and t Ir rr (
I i Virginia an the essential instrument hereoy requested, to have same in'' blankets a, > mechanics.Ve'lt rlI
and guarantee of Liberty, ; the modern office nut later than November: tat P
1 my i I hud just gotten back on the hi" for
II"oKUe of World (Democracy) WuodrowWilson Merchants; pay $,"> on first $1,000 or from a few days leave to visit ( ;i I"i, keep your Ford car serviceable yearsif

declares" that America! must fruition thereof of capital stock. For'II when it happened and I am ceitai'ls I - - you give us the chance. Our pricesare

L' establish on the part of all the people each additional thousand or fraction glil\ I vas nholll'.llIt the time I ,unlike
I Ii
n very high average of intelligence: i thereof odd, :v.::>,2r: to above amount. I II Lord Nelson: when they uplmti.d .mil I 11..1. ifi" il 1 "niinjr, .on ea It waImir < mighty reasonable. \Ve want your I

r }1 and, preparation and urges( them to I Lawyers, doctors, garages barbers his mast }beside him he !said, "\\'<> ell I )lot 10\,,| lit''layon I flying mil tish trip a,'rnsWe' trade. Why can't we have itVe will
m i
give generous support to their schools etc., are requested" to remit the amountof mny be d"ad" in n few minutes but I
I Let know if can find out ifthiv better than anybody else.
of nil grades, that all the school, their license at once as> the law directs. I I: wouldn't be elsewhere for thousandHy : /- mar you serve you
f have nude u call from :'IS: to 10ami
not only continue efficient work i' experience! we learn to know ourselves
b 'I write me if they have called for
Respectfully: i und long ago I came to Shapepi'are's *-
but themscl-
may go I my brother I have been in the army FORD
jr B. ;M. HOWLING:, thought when he says' "Of nil
7 yes Just! as> wisely! as possible to thenew I four months, been to France; am now
the wonders I have
I It. Tax Collector. yet seen, it seems
conditions of life so that "no back in Newport: News: and daily expect -
1 i .-- most strnnthllt/ men should, fear." A. VV. & G. A. ANDERSON Proprietors
v boy or girl shall have less> opportunity to return across the waters. j.MoThi
J r' for education' h..ellus.e of the warand ('.\lm OF HANKS I I received your beautiful letter and With rood luck and best! wishes to STARKE FLORIDAWIREFENCE (
I shall
I send it on to Grace; for her to jl
i ; that the Nation may be strengthened rend I told her all, I am II [sih
I all about schoolteacher
I ;Mr. and ;Mrs. John McMullin; wish to Your soldier
; as it only can be through the who wrote such beautiful letters : son
thank their friends. for their
William Daniel
Pvt. Hurst
many 1Lot
I right education of all its people I and she said she know she would :
t Kindness the sickness and
Without his perhaps knowing the like you, too, and that if we ever visited -- I [ !
I death of their Daughter. Also the S. C. unl
Jackson ,
Florida she Camp
Issue in Florida the words, of thePresident / wanted to meet you.
;i the beautiful floral offerings October .&th. 1918.! Mr
The folks wrote that Arch had
I e applied to that issue, clear- me
I I written them while Editor. Teleraph.Storke! ,
ly "urge the people" to ratify by he was at sea, and
he thought at the time that I Fla. -
was II
( their votes on November 5th the proposed few days ahead of him. I didn't know \Dear) Sir:-Through! the columns of I we i
. I ( Constitutional Amendment (Section fl Soldier Letters. II at the time whether I was ahead or the Telegraph: I would like to let my tht

,, 8 of Article XII ) providing< for behind him but I was quite sure that, friend in Bradford hear from me. I [ fall)

P a ten mill maximum county school he was not in my convoy.I am well anll enjoying camp life although Selling very fast. I advise early
,. levy For in no other can the have I have been in the hospital C
} p way Somewhere in France.Sl'pt.3 had quite) a hit of experiencawith !
1 f schools> of Florida "adjust themselvesas '1 .th, 1S)18.Mr. influenza but have not taken it I !since I've been here but we get the purchase. Half car load alreadysold. lime

:t wisely as possible to the new con I L, V. ;Moore, yet though I have cared for just numbers best of treatment There has been I cannot promise additional I Mil
t ditions" of life to-duy. And such action Starke. Fla. and numbers of cases. quite a bit of sickness in camps hereof

is undoubtedly necessary to avoid, Dear FltherW'II., guest/ you all With best wishes from both Grace late There is a jl'oocllonkinlC bunchof supply after what I have on handis
soldiers here. I know they are going : Ithi
write but and I.
forging on Florida boys and girls are wondering why I don't .
to make Kaiser Bill very !sick and gone.I r ,taI
1 have been the much late-
we on run so Your pupil
I "less oportunity for education"' nut I he don't mind it will kill him decline in
Ir ." ly getting stationed over here that I Hill Thomas if as I guarantee no prices; so
"because of the Wll. but only because have hail little time for writing P. S.-;My address will be Navy Y.M. well. I hope to help wring his neck
I' 'il the of Florida have either not buy now.
'r voters I like my new home fine. You can't ; f'. A? K,7: Sand St, Brooklyn N. Y ; and 1 believe every Bradford county P
had the warning from those who imagine/ how much company it is tome i I - I II boy I is willing to do that Several of See me for labor saving farming

? could see the danger or have let to pull out that little book from I George Hoffman a former: the boys have been chosen to go/ help Give order MIre
implements. me
I their own ignorance of the facts mislead my vest, pocket and !say "Hello! papa Sturke boy and nephew of Mrs J. R pet him in the -next call and all areIvory your

them and! shut their eyes and n\ltlwr.KiKt..r." That book of picturesis Davix. has written the following interesting '! anxious! to go. Of course we now.
I have. I letter to Miss). Olive would like to see our friends." and home.folks tC
t ears to the truth. !greatest companion Hay: I I Place order now for Syrup .
Ti. state the issue more definitely am feeling I'xt..not'oot/ and having n I I received in todu'r mail a copy of but we must (ret the kaiser. I your f.n
\ \ the Bradford wish to thank the editor for past, favors Cans before another advance. f.yI
Rr while the price of everything in the line time seeing all the wonders of the County lepraph which I' .
p also the ones he shows In the fu- ,
great country called, Europe. Years! had, the account of you making the
world has risen including all wages/ ,, I I q,
ago/ when I had to study the geographyof Iciuitifu! !service lag, and I am very ture. I Remember' the Bradford) I county DeWIIT C. JONES
the funds for the support of Florida boys who are trying to do the right I
Europe little did I think of ever seeing ''i '< K.llId' griexeu/: to hear of the I
1 m public school have noi increased. At .. d.'th of thing for their country. I OiIS.
the real country itself. Things areexactly Herman ( iv by. Willie Jomas <
1 the same time war conditions have i Thanking I am Starke FloridaWhen
r as pictured and some of the i Neal: t.angford.! om sure you, you I ,
within a year withdrawn to other finest scenery in all the world aboundsover "'II Miss them as you uiwnyi tVi ,Hit I Yours truly, .

fields of work hundreds of Florida's here I am sending a little "pieceof -.> much of your old pupils. But they Pvt. William A, Fowler. I --- -- - -

i best teachers, who on the average my mind". to the Telegraph to be have given their lives for the cause; M

of humanity and when we look at the itiR

t flag/ we shall always remember them,i "--- A
and should any: of their old school: III ink

,'t't1t mutes have an opportunity their lives'i tare

will be avenged/ or there will be more
1t 5 } gold stars to add.I I Your PocketIs M

From locks U UThis Up am very proud that you put a !It.arin fri mthi

for my pal Marie (Cannon and we i tt

may rest assured that you will never <,
u have: cause to be ashamed of him. I sent

uE have seen none of my old school! mates Your Bank I

E for many months but I hope that all
is 1 IIARDW ARE and sell Miturm
a !store we o'" them will know what their teacher

.' '. HARDWARE exclusively.! is doing: for them for it has made me r rail. >

it But we handle EVERYTHING: in Hardwarefrom f'el'ery proud. -i
I am now a quartermaster, and am
Your doesn't last long. It just slips home
a tack in the best of health and when in port money away

up.STARKE I and all men in the service are treated i a litttle at a time until there is nothing left and

; ?J HARDWARE CO. like princes. then you wonder where it went. cal
1 Please give my best regards to all
;1 Starke Florida inquiring friends and schoolmates I I JrniI.
; iI I \gain. thankng you for rememberng I safe w is deposited! in "'+ur
I Ji nor so kindly and wishing you the best
of health and happiness and all good this bank, and is here when you

i things. With love I am I need it. Don't you think that i The th
Your old pupil
t TIRES TIRES George Lee HotTmnn, would be the better way? he -i 1

TIRES t-'. S. S. New Orleans Care Postmaster. ostean ,

.j = I have just received; a r.ew lot of American and CoxKtMr Tires!, New York.Newport News: Va., BANK OF STARKE 'liat TI

all seer Best prices: in town on tires and tubes. Bring tour old October 11. 191S. 00 I

\ lire to mI'Vill make them a< good as new at mall coatI t ;\11'1.. 11. Hurst, quar'tore1

r 4i I', Second-hand bicycle first class ihape, rebuilt Pear\ Father:-I will write you

just few I-'PPS! to let :you hear fromme. STARKE FLA. ,
i' r STARKE VULCANIZING WORKS I 111 wl I! and fscting! good too -Unit'Ing.

and they are sending me bu"k over I
t eat. I had n )good time on th' boat r. -- -

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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2 r, 1918. i .

;: .c=< .t 't ; of> ... .; -i>-:;- 1 LASSIF I EHADVERTISING Richard, in which that popular officer of Major Qloxhnm Ward will be pleased ,

told of having lately been the victimof to learn of hid promotion to the ',1:

1.I \v: lf.\t.L I HK TEARY Tilt I ::: *J n German gas attack. Ho writes rank of I unitomint-Colonel.. Colonel ,
that he received only slight "done," \Vnril wits on detached duty at r"v"r,1,1 i

Bits of LocalInformation ti J \V ;MISS HIM: or s I -----.-.-.----- but that it wall milHcient to semi< him 1101"',. Inland, N. Y., at the. outbreak of i

. of' i> .r O 'II"t' HFtilTEJEHIule( : : hog for service.N. to the rear on light duty, hid condition the war and has been retained there .
B. (Hull being\' such that heiia unfit for dutyin until October 7th when he Was iiHginn- 1
\\'rlltl'lI by Mrs Paul K. Knabb, oftHrtiptun f I the front line trenches. Ills friend i'd to duty with the 17th infantry at

\ who died( October 10th, 111 FOR >.\1.1--: -FilII' bunch dairy cows hope that he will soon recover from Cllmplea.I: <', :Md. He, writes to a 1;
I1hr.| \ of her husband, Paul K. Andreas Dairy Uainesville, Flu.
with "nabb'l the injury.Stiirke friend hero of hill pleasure at the prospects f
I in France l(1.11.iit.
rthn \
i IP'f
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S..r+ris.j Omr T..f.M. .. . and Urndfitnl l friends of service at the
rryr.+.6. C..u'.f T.rt. r diI .'iinry: forces. This poem - --- - - -- county early front."t
I Telegraph for publication a i I FOR S\U'-21: head of good mules;
tl h
t.t > .
t .J shaft tiine before the death of the 5 lumber carts and harness G. C.
_ I
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10... - -- I \"fit"aJl1,1 the original has been pre.Y",1 Sweat, Starke. 8-23-tf. .

I J. Matthews, of Bland Alachu! the Telegraph to send to her 'I M
i l i D. Gunn was a business; ; visitor toLaki \ by \ .
Thursday. county, wus in :Staike on business attl4i"f husband as soon as his address" : FUnLE1() head of good meat +
, Butler '
I ----- ------ Wednesday.! 11\\" hll learned) hog"/ for $\\(1(1. IX Horeo" near Ran- When You Come lo Jacksonville

._-- -- .- - - dolph ,school Starke. It. '
\ Barrett, of Lake Butler was ,
G (C. T. I fur nrOIthe deep !blue ocean
business Tuesday. Friend., of )Or. and :Mrs T D. Gunter ti
Starke on blue
' the deep sea
\ in will be interested to know that they .hnl\ across FORLE'OO; bushels of oar com )
lltore's all dressed in khaki SEE -4 Most Interesting
ft boy i p,
Whitten of Raiford, was a have recently rooted from Stuart to at $I .;50; bushel; will sell any part.B. r
{: AV. C. %VhM/ t..ns Tone to fight for me; 4f.o\ y (bC,; 1 1 1fit
P.llm' Because of the Raiford. 10-25-It #
West [ Beach. U. Andrews
' visitor to Starke :Monday Store I In FloridaV ,
{ Mi>ino-t he' and I do miss him _. ,. .. try
Vys", gone ---' '''' -
. splendid business opportunity offered* noble brave anVillinr < -- .: .. :. ..r'2_,_ ,.....u.; ,
)! .\. V. Lo'iimotored 1 i 'r." '.111"" .r i h pre i'- (' iIi. tlra 'j'houl 11 I know he's LOST-. Red Jersey cow with white q
Mate Attorney trill" 4'.4''r.' BI. 5t... 'Ihru. the l.lnl.. to 46, \ Forsyth ..
t to 1'alatka Friday on a business trip.deed change was very desirable, a numl..rof \ to help defend his country 'spots.' Has leather strap 111'111111,1neck.
physicians from Palm Beach having; Mrs.( Van
,\\tad. the\ flag of the red, the white the< Bought I r
C rye and rape Cash and Carry joined the colors. Their many friend; blue. Reward. II. L. Brownlee.WANTEI.Ill Everything in Books
5 store here wish: th..m'I'ry success in the

City Leuutiful.: ; Urlth' (incd, unskilled in warfare kinds of pl.'CIUnllts Fiction Books on Agriculture and other pursuits by reliable
| '01. Joe hill Williams of Lake Butlei. anti
( for ash. Send samples jrii'sasked
| visitor to Starke Wcdnes- W. II. ;MINERWm. ,1111110 departed from me authors, Toy Hooks, Reference, Travcl'etc.
'. was a Saint} bravely, tho ho whispered, to C. C. Nolter, 1'. O. Box \1i\ ,
day mo, Jacksonville. 1 la. 10 LT! >.r.t
II. :Miner, <*on of :Mr.( and :Mrs. Door, don't worry .
1" the (;Jermnns be so brutish, -- Commercial and Fancy Stationery
Wilbur Scott has returned to Gain ell. U. I D. :Miner of Staike died Sunday; "( lItho cruel! to their foe FOR SAI.E:-.13 aero farm. 18 a'resundl'r .

\ ill., to resume his studies at the Uni- night; Oct.illness I'tth.: of at two 12 weeks o'clock duration, following 1'\1(1'\ \\9 eo ypt a God in Heaven who can cultivation in the Watcronlsection. I Fine \\'(.dding and Society Engraving made in our 0\\ n exclusive .

tt ,r-ity. an .J.\1.: Xorman. Lnwtey,
Help in time of woe
:Mr. :Miner was employed in the St. } 8-30-tf plant. Ask to see samples i 1 S
Saviour, Fin.
ns everyonethottld
If \ 'K true my
\V. (j. Brooks went to Jacksonville Johns River shipyard, Jacksonville) be, | .__ .

lii-t! week to be with fever.his brother who I flucnzn.; in- He \\iM keep mo from nil dnl1Jpr.un.; FOR .\I.F-II: ( town of Bruokcr-,.. Toys and Athletic Goods I
I u ill witji typhoid I Minnie mid .
I'll ccmie back to you, my two-stnry dwelling, laige roomytwo
---- -- he returned this
( his
The line-of hats at Kni"ht'sIillin.: work in Jacksonville recovery where he wn \Lee.DttlinJk I peach lots trees, improvements, grape vim,. pecans Good, locution. mid- A Toy Shop open the year fount(, Supplies for all your favorite -

frY are the season's best. Cull and again taken sick after a period of leave 51200! cnsli., ;\.11'\1.,(. : L,. and pastimes.TI .
hate to
Know I you sports
the wet. you 10-ll-it: .
the line. work in the shipyard during Brooker, Fla. Box 47.
inspect beer.
and 1-Vr yi''l.Jr lo\e so' much to me has .
weather. He came home -- -- --
l', II. Crutch-field is spending the his stormy condition rapidly grew worse un- Yet I Must: be going, donrie sin.I to. help] 1ERMOS BOTTLES. A necessity in all seasons "..
( (* this world from
\\',i ik in Americus, Ga., at the bedside til death came Sunday night. tfQ\ not;(seeking t' for money any honor, lOUR I i BOYS, OVER HERE1 FLASI I LIGI iTS Useful everywhere and safe'

of his sister' who is very ill. :Mr. :Miner was horn in Starke Jan rank! or fame; ANE OVER TI

-- -- 10, H8iJ, was reared l and spent the Picture Artists
T bc-ejixisp it is duty and lighting PICTURES Framing
ifA my Good'i'i
:Mi O. A. Thrower, Jr., is ut homo greater portion of his life in this city aim .
T''i. MM'i ring/ from un attack of intluennunt In July, 19L't!) : he wns united in mnr W Charley t'nderhill, of Tamp .Iack Practical GIFTS for all occasions

.i uttd while in Jacksonville rinse to :Miss (Kllle! Roberts, of Lnwt.y, for duty i it son, S. C., i is at home on a furlough
YiKnow) I on duty,
-- and to this. union two children were go I'r'vntiEugeni: I II.: wriN'- KODAKS Photo'Fieishing of f the Letter sort
must be, r
I: .\ I' MontaKUC: ( of Jackson- born. Mr.: Miner: ( was a line sorely j I callingfVrnp ', the Tc-li i 'graph from fiance, that hi .
\\\1/111) wu,' hour t those Belgians
\ I i'.i' .iin Sturke Tuesday in the in- young business, man who numbered his and light for me! has enjoyed t the I best of health HIIIH' Mail: inquiries reteive prompt. attention

I. . ..f (Columbia College Lake City. friends by his acquaintances.. Hi was II lIe a-inurder his i arrival I ow-rseas tune lIt h.
You kh"\v how I detent to
-----..-- member of the local lodge of flddfnl' Thoirhi'lt ],011111<' I II I i iJ ht"\\..-I-, of Flit'i.'tsii,, \\ hI)
., anti the Scripture says
,un'!I ,mount of the school being -r.II, months ago for the- training .

o I ,n i I IM Oak :Miss( :May( Fripp has of the older. the was n loving\ husband Yet fi>r the sake of such injustice I givjth camps, was! heard from recently ",
re' 11111" d to Starke to be with the futn- l and father who will be greatly! di'tcrminud will. Mihn .M, t lived safely in Francr ntHI i

ii i\ I f hi) "i uncle. fir: L. C. I'owoll. missed l in the family circle. \ it says he like* it Hue.O. r.

The body was interred, I in Crosby J I'lrihps' who has bi-i-n stationed -
do not to ,
Ohnhy 1 ask you worryheH
'I' .1.I H. I Ila\ i b went to Jackson- cemetery Monday( (being followed ti;" \\'\ al ( ni'svilli: for the past tev-,
\ 1 1,1111 hear you say so plain
\il, ', ;satiny i .ifternoon to be with her, its lit, resting place hy a large numher I'll l,(. h/ii/ | |>y, yes, my dear me, ill oral week,, has born trllll"f.I..I.' slung| Bond

1 1. ,. }., \h r. A. deMontmollen: ( who of sorrowing relatives and friends. Vv<--ni-nig just your name. with others, to Camp Johnston, .l.ick- Every Liberty i '

j, "r,. i-,ik.I Hi leaves besides a wife and l two :My r\1I111\/ 1 ficely gave you, for to miHt'tinuHl .. sonvillc.MISH :

children a father, mother and two all the gain, : 1.u"i' Wilkinson of Sap) hnreceived ,i

Tonic brothers, Mr. F"l'l'l'ttiner.: of Starko, letter! from her bmtbei., I E:. .1
I In" '. Powell's Chill and Fever Wht-l\1 Know you will not worry, nor i '

for .aI!,' only by :Mitthell's !IIrult Store and :Mr. Harry :Miner of Jacksonville! I/'Vf'r will complain W, Wilkinson, now ul headquarters'

1', ,, .. ..".'. and other relatKes. The bereaved. one: camp, Camp Sevier, reporting.. as getting You Buy Helps

----.-_. hove the sympathy of their friends In "Fist //tnn i ,! to leave behind me a wif iiloilg fine and enjoying good.

left their time of sorrrow."11 and brave, health.! ,
Mi". s Emilie and Ruth Spink .. .... i
:Monilafor( their home in Bunnell.! --- Even: t tliii th" Germans could conquer :Marcus Brown was taken, nick some
SCHOOL( Lt'N('l I ES: anti I should sleep within sin un.1VII" ,placed by I the
They will return to Starke as soon as my ten \ s ago"
Krnvp\ naval authorities' in St. Luke's hospital I Your Uncle Sam to knock the
school .
reopens.Mi The lunch should lip and
so planned For wp(.n I loul.llIwuke in glory! and .iacksun-:ille, snff'rinwith/ tho
-- -- prepared as to be both nutritious ansatisfying < walk the golden street At last hu
: reports
Spanish "Germ" of
-, E. R. Poppell and children, AvaL"u but not heavy It should. he 'Tis Niece ('l'uuldl\l'e you, my darling. was doing better and expected to be out Germany.

i and. Jim went to Lake Butler Saturday packed in a container that is easily tend you that I could meet." out in a few days. I ,
to visit :Mrs. Poppell's parents, carried 1 and well ventilated', as well! a" I ,

Mr: und Mrs: II. Tomlinson. easily cleaned. A metal box or pail Thus poke he these words before he J. (i. Kelly short, of Uncle furlough Sam's with navy,his isspending I To Our Friends EVt'rywhereV have the greatest stockof t
( u
Mr: ( and :Mrs. Frank Hollinifsworth top with will a few permit holes "uffi'lent'entlilltion.punched through the. To (oft nic- parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. It. W.Kelly, ofNew Domestics on hand that we have had in )'l'ars. Give I'",
the wide '
went to Gainesville Tuesday to attendthe hut paper cartons are even better. Now Jll1H""R ityhl} I bo weary deep tho I miss sea ; him River, and with other relativesin us a call when in need.Ve can meet you on the price.

funeral of :Mrs. Hollmirsworth'sfather (Do not use old newspaper nor old the county. HP was, a guest Tuesday t.
vhl'fi I know he's doing good, of his aunt, Mrs.( Anna C. :Mur- Bleached Muslms--CaniIrics--25c-30c-35c.
who died :Monday night.One paper bags which have been used to
For the sage| of darling, I de
you my .
: S..1.
and his run.lmoth'* "
something else. These are infested \pat see how I ever could., Sea Island 1 36 and 39 inch 25c.
of the largest displays of mil- with germs and are unsanitary Kelly\ of Starke. Mr.: Kelly\ was onboard
tis1li --- ---
.. the President Lincoln Canton Flannels 30c and 35c. 1
linei ;, i i>-hown in Starke. Kmnht'sMillinery Paper napkins and paraffin paper cat : =!:. \\'. :s.: HK\NMN= : ,
Cull and inspect the line. be bought very cheaply if purchased when she was torpedoed' and, Hunk! About 400 yards of 1F.. C. Ginghams is all
On ?(< | night Oct. 1 : has had other we I
in quantities' in which can he wrapped lf1't.IY Uh at RJo: (] same time ago and many

Through a mistake two weeks ago the cold lunch and it I is kept per o'llockv! the people of and around Lake h.nrorvving, experiences during the have left at 25c next lot will lie higher.

McMillan: , of the fectly free from ,dust and Butler Avyrt! shocked and saddened] to war
thi name of :Merrill : germs. hear Plenty of 9-4 and 10-4 SIie< tings, Ticking, Denims
of1 ti
death of Mrs.
tint grade, was omitted from the hon- Each: kind of food should bo wrapped Lydia Ann Attorney I J.:. M.: Johns rc-centlv ri'ciivnl -
or! mil "f the Starke high School. in separate paraffin paper the soli'packages Branhf\i. \V'bif| she had a slight case! a letter! from Lieutenant II. C. I Cheviots Silks, Serges Suitings, Table Damask. '
of infui'n -sl h,'r condition wits not serious t
-- should he placed at bottom
New lot of Crepe and CtOorgt.uf'Vaists..
until\ few
a before
RIIW: -on Davis has recovered from of container. Small paper cups, ,|jelly just ,
she d I itl.'h"n* | she soil! slip could.
, | nol
mi attack, of influenza and returned glasses anti screw top jars are the heQt l lroceptaclos
:\1".111IICternoon; to Jacksonville tore in which to carry cottag'echeesp. livpAll teat (loving hands could! ild Shatter that "Prop" in German Prop-

,,,n ". his work with Swift & Co. custard etc. for her VUH done\ but to no avail, ,t.'lIthrilliminlt COTTONWHILE

The cold "l'hoollUlwh' should. bo given her liofnrp us its victim.She aganda with Liberty Bonds. It will
Vans her
llJ, R Davis returned :Monday( careful thought, keeping in min l marriage: >
f, M, .1"'k OI1\'ille. where she has beenn I Lydia"n Aldi-rmnn./ In Sept. IHHii!

n i' her i brother, :Mr.( A. B. Pc11 the dal following An / points : of nutrition she wii* 11111'1"1"1' | to \y. S. Irinnpn(; : anti I HOLDING pay you to see us before doing your
) amplo.npply .
I. ',I'm,. ,Ili-n. who had an attack of ins to thisifton\ eight children were born,
fl'' ' foot), chiefly sandwiches. five of Ahonr\ , .1 (tI b t .\ succulent food, stlrh IIs cite had been i
i years f a faithful mfmbei ,
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fresh fruit celery, lettuce, fresh tomatoes
Dr. Powell's Chill and Fever Tonic of the !ririitlvn Baptist hunh. She R Davis & Co.
etc. .1.It"I W. MORGAN
far .all' only bylitchell's Drug Store. I was II ) wife and mother, everready J.
(c) 80mlplea.inl( simple ,
.. i tfi< i'I'|'" for the sick and needy.
I'r .
'0c.u such homemade cookies, sim- STARKE FLORIDA
as randy, : Only II tyv minutes 'before her death ,
-- -- --- plo cakes cup custards, jelly, maple'! sh11' ,
< iidniinistering to her lovedones r
ll.. T. McBenth: was a recent vis- and
it, :Mrs.R sugar preserves. -frt/thfill/ to the last.She .
it'the home of his daughter!:
The bread for sandwiches should he II |'.a\e"d to mourn her death
A Weeks :Mnj. :McBeath is teach- a
Florida :Military the very best quality. For variety use true and | ''''otctl J father, husband and
ni. mathematics in the -
: one of wholesome breads made olvvhjto five chlMr'n, and n host of friends She N. T. RITCH. Pres. W. T. WEEKS V-Pres. J. //. RITCH, Cashier
Academy I
Jacksonville flour with substitutes, or brown was Ian) t"?, fiat in the family burial

or whole wheat oat meal ry or nutand ) grounds );,,,it ('r'-,-k cemetery. Owing
MI-.S Eva Epperson has returned raisin breads. Cut the slices thin to
so mu'h HUkn"ss the funeral will he
'rum ""mesteudhel'e she is one of ns the! sandwiches( are far more i>nTjPtiing held late* .

th '11'' iitj of the school. On account than when! made of thick sli.s. ('- w.--- .-- -----

.,t'h. Spanish! Flu the Homestead .. Butter should be creamed and AiHs./ : u. f.. Morr Starting RightThe
.1'11'i .a closed. spread evenly on both slices before :Mrs R. f,. \I0tt ciie,| Saturday in thP
the filling.
i putting hospital lit Orlnnd.i following an

:Mr( and :Mrs J. T. Quigley have returned .! The fillings mny I.e 1 made of anyone operation Tire( body Was brought: to

to Starke after a stay of several ''''or two (it these ingredients' mixed:: Starke tfi n.Jttjr< afternoon and) interred fight is half won when you get the KIGI IT START To the

months in Canada. During his Hard boiled l''' imin'e,1 chicken,, in r'rosby. (cPttH'tery ulan..,' numh..rof of much
1110>> "n .. Mr.: Quigley visited his old hum, beef cold baked bfins, gratedcheese frier- of the family following the young business man, nothing is so importance as

homt in Nova :Scotia.r cottage cheese, ,salmon honed body to its ]ajt, resting plmMrs. -.'.

--.- .- sardines, ground peanuts mixed with I : Mtt WI', a ",,rm"r rpsii-nt|
) cream or butter. .\ sweet filling maybe of Stark sad loved her.untd the f\ BANK ACCOUNTIt
'tile :Moitt( has been .pending aev-
made of felly, jam mnrmalad", death of hvr husband -- - ----
ral about a _-_
days in Tampa with friends, reJming year ago. -0.-
n-round, nuts data, raisins. and I'
to Starke first of the week. and \ number of children and other rela.
'It left. for Jacksonville Wednesday to Jites.made. of A cottage miscellaneous cheese, filling and chopped may he lives surlvo i .. may be small at first-doesn't always need to be large, Lut it should

"um." -hh- emplo. ->'ment.Theai . nuts! (lettuce, tomato and thin slice of I w-ws.('.11111 l''fJf.\15 carry all his CASH transactions Every payment should be made

are the most momentous times bacon. Soft Custard I wish. \n "'vr:! >r"s8 my gratitude, to through it.

1> the history. of the world and it is my friend lhn, in.. my great trouble
4 cups milk 1-2 cup syrup, d I eggs.,
h* 'lut\ of everyone to keep properly rand' Hi'ckruN" my husband gave me IT'S I IELPFU[ :--IT'S STABILIZING-ITS ENCOURAGING.This : .
1 teaspoon flavoring or grated nutmeg.
oaten II the events of earn day. Thisan pinch of salt. Scald milk in double such faithful" ksristance. I especially Bank wants your checking account..-LARGE OR SMALL I',

only be done by reading the most holler heat yolks, add salt and extend thi"rk< to Mr. J. A. :M'iriran a I
liabl syrup brother, O'Mffllow! for the fdifhf'd anti|
newspaperTIIE add gradually the scalded milk. Put t
..:W'ORK II Elf \1.)) ror-tant arvteo( l riven also to those ':
hack into double boiler and cook, stirring BRADFORD COUNTY BANK ; .
Of 0 I'.rl'.ntml'rkan and Standing who <.Ion1\I'," the beautiful flowers andcunviyani'iM "
!: constantly until it has a thick
nuarvly .behind (of our friends to the fureral. -
Then cool.This .
OLD GLORY." creamy appearance. Mr><. C;. I.. :Maspy.flrovev Bradford County's Financial Stronghold '
custard is delicious over baker I ..
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Drove' Tasteless chill Tonic aerie i.r stewed 'nits.Watch ESTABLISHED 1889 .1.1I

for rei" ip" for n"' rind rid tin > f steleu chill Tonic STARKE, FLORIDA
"mresvitality mudeoerilYby purlfyta aDd enWn -
I' bread next week. destroys the ift'f U'UI deems which.r. transmuted I ,
You feel lit StreomhPrtc -
( the bkod. cia MOO .
,Ind 10villoraJDII Eft'1 eta Mrs. Emma K. Calhoun. to the bloat bk tV Xlm'rta M'HKiuKo Price.,.




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) ELECTORS: Lang Wm. Dead Dlatrlct No. 9.
1'cai1, Howard C. linlnnc AUK.. j, IKIH __
: ( Continued From Page .7) KiiMi.nbonr, Adulph I' Ri-reipta, during month "" -.. .,-tf:

IrBradfordC ; Staliby. John 1. Warrant imued' during "month ..

: FarmersI'OXSKKVK ",'yanl. J. L. :\urm"n. R. 0.Crewe 'I humus. Oscar L.. M ttillnnci Sept. I. IUIH ___h" . "'JI ,
Dud I>l.
A. L. IAemtnn W. L. WflMon. James E. I trlet No 7, r
I C. I'"rker. W. 8. Wainriiflit J. E. J. Moved from county Knlunce AUK. 1, luio .- __-
('aoon. ) '
K. C. 1''lIy. u.. W. l>l,trlct No. 2. Lake. ButlerCraw' I I Iteceipu ilurinw, monthAarrant i. ','
gnnun Du I Inuexl ;;;; ; 'J
C.wl..rd. J 11. 1'11I..kclt. C. O.CII."n. A. H. during mo'nlh
, lt solution to :'M parts: auction: of grain in this territory, loy I W. 1:. "/111111./ henry Cain, John N. Moved from county ltalance Sept. 1, luls ___ '
; LAKOK UN 'I UK FARM compound cresol best cash one. 'r. J. 1t"1rd. n. W.I. Crew, OKcar T. .". Klalricl S;;: g. S
of until! the disease has abated times oilers prices, cosclent ( .um.. J. u. 1I..r. 'r. If.Iynl Cull O. H.Kpiwmun I Hiilance AUN. 1. HUH ._ .
1 water, with good business: methods.. I. (...... W. hitch N. T. Jr. : Claud A. Kecvipw during month ::::: = "'-.' '-' :I

How( K> t-ry Farmer 'an Help in the herd. We have sufficent capacity to han- )" "wlllll'. J. it 1I".I.r. If. J. Edwards, Alien uGoodman ;ad A'nrrantu imued, during munt'li"Hiillince ,
1 best results the serum Denmark J. II. 1I".I.r. M. C. Oreen B. I Sept. 1. Isis .
i To obtain the die the grain grown for the market. ly..l. O. 10;. 1.I.r. J. 1 E.Uux ::. Sreen l>. J. O. Moved from coD:: ' Ul.lnct'o. "a"Halanre '

Lnbor I'ffii-iviicy is one of the rnuin must le administered as soon as t the in these states. We receive corn, either .IiaN. J. II. Rrddlsh..1. M.Dowluig. ""11. E. U. Aug. 1, lulu __ -- ,
in the herd. II. '1'. Iteddmh, R. A. ".,01"..*. Hardy N. Moved from couH.irnaby. J Kecvlnu daring month _:,._. --_..- Ie: I:
elements connected with the present diKeuse can be detected on the ear shucked, or shelled either Dowling( Jarm.e E. It"r'" W. I. EbnerKnivht. ; I Warrant Imued during, month h

i emergency and in order that our Be sure that the temperature of all bulk or sacked. Drnmrk.( I'. S. IM.h. J. O.I' C. J. Ducal 1 I Halunco Sept 1. lillx _. '
I.. IkUowling. Martin IJ. H. Moved from county Ulatrlct N't.
," '.. 11 W. Itlteh.
I, Florida farms and graven may continue ,, hogs is taken. A temperature above At any time durin the year, you 1.1. T. Kuah., J. H.Ilonmrk MoMillnn., A. S. | Hnlanc. Aug. 1, mix __-.- -- -
of in ordinary weather and have anything to offer in our line, S. D. It..hrao 1.1. R. I'aduett" J. U. Dyad, I IIb i vipla during month 117'11Warrant.
y to produce an abundance products 101 degrees will be tG Fgrn'lly J. J. II.Ni.t. S. J. Saturn A. I>. Moved from county I..uod during ,;, .;..U:5; :
it i.s necessary that more efficient I when the animal is not excited indicates drop us a line and we glad F'utch I.. C. 1t".I"r, BrantleyI'utch SwuvHi'ly, Oi'Ortf, .11.111..0 S"pl. L Isis h_ __ .'"' .,
I give the condition of the market Thnmnii, Will N. No 'llRecelpta "t
for an increased you E. U. Rowu J. A.F..y.h. .. ."Vw.1
means be employed in the conduct the necessity Taylor L C. Malanc. Aug.
whether or not we get your shipments. W. E. Smith- Albert ; -- .
I Whiluker, \. C.Whitaker during month :==: ls'' 91
of our labor says J. O. Truxli, dose of serum. i Should you feel the need of keeping Futch: .J.C.M.T. I'mllh.Ru.llln.S.. W.W.O..rl..n. J. R. A. .. Warrant liuued during m'onth 'st

farm help upccialist working with theM posted as to the important chang< firotr, 1\. !'nt'p It C. ''WudHUorth. A. C.I'latrlct. Balance Sept I. lulu ..--- l.i.: ,' .,,

A extension division. \\}I.\'f THK MKAT PACKERS will gladly Gntrm. E. W. !I.I'p, L. I" I No. 3. Paleatln, Dlatrlct No2
, in the cash market we Balance Aug. J,
DOING Graham, W. S. !'m'th.' C. C. Alderman. J. Frank Moved/ from County WIN
Thi man using one horse hitched to ARE give you this service, free if you will .. Willie R.l'I' Jake S.Iord"n. Arnold Guilford f. Kecplpta during'I Iti--h---- -"" - ui' tt
I Sam Warranta Uiued' dUrl "month"; ; "
Allen W.
Joe S.Irotfl.
O. U. S".rlln.
a l II inch plow could do at least twice inform UII that you desire it. .. Joel 0'1.1'1'. V. 0.runter AllenV.. C. .. BaUnca Sept 1. IIIIN _n.. i'I'
American puckers
I Chicago, Oct. :23.- Yours truly Dick: Ji'Hf.y Dud ADl.tricl N*. lV. ;I
A the work with the addition of one very J. N. IoImlth. n. S.
(I are doing far more than merely FLORIDA GRAIN & ELEVATOR C(0. l.rltT'a. J. H. snip, ,\. T. Duke O. I.. Moved from county Balance: Aug.i 1, lain -- ,
horse twelve inch Keceipia during .=
more and a plow, or soldiers nrllT, R. S. !'al'l", L. A.Grieus ttlover, Sam month ".
throe times the work with three horses I furnishing meat food: to the Raymond T.ylor. M. S. Has.,,. Jnhn .". hard during month .

and sailors of the United States and WHITEN AND ,Santo .:.'", D. I.firotr Haney-, C. J. .. Balance S"P1918 u_____ " !'
and a riding plow. Then there LEMONS ,.. It D. 'rI1ornton. J. F.': Haney Thoa. M. District No. 14
i according to C. S. Churchill. : C.
her allies, Hndlvy. T. It. ''rhorntun H. T. -". ,
i is in general use for cultivating the BEAUTIFY THE SKIN Receipt :: 2'SW..rr.ola '
I for Swift & If" '..r. C. H. Thnr..t". t:. T. Murphy Tom :.' during month : !
crops a small :8 t inch scooter or shovel Advisory Superintendent ilarnaue. W. F. ThumS. ,. J. M. McCall. Frank M. .. i.*ued during month; ;i"1'Balance : :
tl Company, who addressed the American Ilnlllnaworth W. :M. TIn E. J. Petty E. E. S(.pt. 1. 1918 ':>rBalance ;
P drawn by one horse when twice the Ifarme. Lewi Tb"rnto. WIIII.m, Kiibrrt Mabry D. Dlatrlct No.'iir"

J amount of work could be done ifcultivntor a :Meat Packers' convention today. ; Make This Beauty Lotion II"w.rd. J. R. Verne.. L. R.Itarnage Scott Charles T. I Aug.. 1, HI1HReceipt -__.. i'4
realizes littleof J. A. Vrnvg. Lacy Taylor. Stephen peed during month -
with two shovels astride "The general public Cheaply For Your Face, Herrinrton. W. 8. Whlll" W. C. Thom... Jamra Moved from county Warrant* i.u.d during month" '?: <: """,

x the work that the pucker is doing Hurnll J. L. Whlll.. J. L. lli.trlct N.. 4. rr*>ldene. Balance S"I'tl.'I : '... ,
:1 !
$i the row was used.! Or a cultivator said :Mr. Churchill."We Arms, Neck and Hands. Hunter. Hiram Wrnver R. H. Carver D. W. Moved from county No.J'--: "

drawn by two horses will cultivate all to win the war, Harreli J. Q. Wlikinxon. Lewla Dougic.. F. H. Sr. Dead Balance Aug. I. ms .-. '\311
furnishing a great deal of horn W. C. Witera. Fred Hancock. D. W. .. Receipt during month -
li the ground between the rows, and will: are manufacture of munitions At the cost of a small jar of ordinary Hutchtneon A. A. Weat T. J. Hobinaon. Lewia W. Moved from county Warrants i..uMl during. nVnnth' "" ,.'.;'
material for the Sh..I. J. F. Ilaliince Sept. I. tills '
the Sam Whl'tt'. W. M. "
do three four times Harrell 1"''
actually or full " 1'1'
: cold cream one can prepare a .
including glycerine, potash, and Handley. Frank Wilkin...... J. W. Smith, Silencer DLtrlet No""i>;
amount of work with even less criers quarter pint of the most wonderful lemon Jnhnsnn J. 10:. Weator J. J. IIi.lrld' No. *.. Brooks. Balance Aug. 1. 1918 _.. I 'I t

if the cultivator is riding sulphuric acid. Our sheep skins are skin softener and complexion Junes. J. C., W. F.Johnson. ':. {Colaon K I." Deed Receipt during month " 311
a onp. .,
coats. E. r. Yarbor..u..h. S. P. Ctillln 'r. R. Moved from county | UH| during month' .
When gathering corn, why pull and used to manufacture cold-proof beautifier, by squeezing the juice of J..h.. W. I.. Yarborou..h. J. E. Green, i.. K. Dead: llalnnce Sept. I. tIlls ..___ .}3"'"">

"Every pound of wool that we have two fresh lemons into a bottle containing Johns. II. I.. Cr-pt-n, H.-nry 1)1.0.4.-i No. Vll
throw it on the ground ? Why not Hayes. M. S. Moved from County Balance Aug. 1. 191H ._ __
is taken by the Government as fast i as three ounces of orchard white Numl Nine "f
IM.Irlrl ) r Lomb, Keceipta during month .
throw !it into the it i is
wagon as we produce it, and the price is fixed Care should be taken to strain the juice rVOKTlIINUTONIiatrlrt : . .Lb.L'c. Moved from di"'. Warrant .b.ued during month"u, 1
shucked and time and Balance Sept. 1. 191K ]
pulled nave A. w-
or ir-c 0..01 u
the Government. through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp; 11..1.. W. II. T1uho.. S. W. " dt"
Ulalrict 19.
J E energy of rehandling ? The old method by"There isn't a pound, of stock food gets in, this this lotion will keep fresh (lI..wn.. J.J. S.L. Uukrs.Duke.. W.I''r D. 0.Itrown. ISEeS, W.' Moved from county Dead Balance' Aug. I. Isis _No.-___ " """ '3 351

r is a wasteful one viewed from the for months. Every woman knows that Brown. I.h.n 1)nnglasx. J. t'. J. Dead Receipt, during month .
manufactured that is not being MMrict Warmnta i..ued during month",
.) today Nw t. SUrke
.$ labor standpoint. One man with a it (lemon juice is used to bleach and remove Itrown "br..ham Duke T. A. Alvarez. O..rV.. Moved from Balunc Sept. 1. HUH j'll
win the because Irvin Dnkn. .1. M. county '
used to help war, Brown
t freckles sal Alvnr. w Dl.lrlct No.I..
tt team and wagon can shuck, clean and such blemishes as Rrmka. Waiter IIlIk.'. st. A. Guy
live stock that Adam. Leo J. .. Balancw Aug. 1, lum _.._ _ ,
to on :
goes )put lowness and tan and is the ideal skin Itrown. Jnmrs M. Dukca,. Samuel h '" :1
crib CD I) bushel of corn inI IIIlY and Mum, Wm. w Receipt during month .n___ _
not work hard., is budly needed) by our soldiers, and softener whitener and beautifier. Iturke John. henry J. C. 1)uke Doke... 1-1.J. MCnc. K. U,.....t. I.uwrence D. ". Warrant issued during month .

Bailors. Just try it! Get three ounces of .'raw ford H. n. lI..n"II.. J O. Hartli'y Henry W. > Halunce Sept. 1. lull _h ..

it?'f', Unless we use and teach our Inboi "The tons of fertilizer which we orchard white; at any drug store and Clyalt. D. I.. lIuk.DubowI.. It...E.G.L. Hnmk Burned. Arthur Kd.; \ C. .M. n.lnn.u.... 1.ll'lel I91H .No. 21. .,

\I t ments we had just as well quit filming I .' n quarter pint of this: sweetly frng (Crawford J. U. Duke.. M. C. Frank W. 1h arrant* i Ienued during monlliKnlnnce ,
crops, that will be used later to Iced )p Clark Tit. pnuglnse..1.. M. Creww| "hn B. Moved from district Sept. I. 1015._ .
I' ,, and go and, serve our country i in the Hun. Glue( rant" ; lemon lotion and massage it daily) ; ('nnner. George lIuh..... W. RDukvx (['hntnid. Henry M. Moved f% county Ul.lrlrl l\ o. ft.llnliince .
soldiers to fight .
Home other patriotic service. Another more into the face, neck, arms and hands\ .1. I. 1'lollll..ld.: J. FDuke Chancey. M. H. I Aug. 1. IltlH .. .
has its uses. Soap certainly is a big .. W. D. Gluynrd .1. L. Thane Janpor u Hi-ceipt* during month _.
marvelous to smoothen rough red .
I It
f. means of efficiency is in selecting" : n To- is Unuulase. II. 11m'", It. A. f'ro."y. Herman C. heal Warrant l?u..l during month
I tution of which do not nil require item. Albumen is another highly important hands.-Adv. (91! <; ) .lamubixe. 'r.. 1'. II"wnrl. J. S. ( frn 7flalili'l > county llnliincp Sept. I. I HUH _
crops S'jxzMovvi l>i.trlrt No.: 23.
product it is now used in the _. ._ Ilnrrunn C. H. 1' 11. S. .
" ; ----- --
I attention at the same time, there Harden. I' %I. I'nrrl.h. \V. InTiince .\u<<. 1, 11MH! _. ,-
construction of aeroplanes. Cured in 6 to 14 Days < ''.rk. D. T. (Iterripls during month :
Piles .h..n.' I'. 1'. 1t..II. S..7..lohnun. !!
by distributing the working season R. O. .varrnnta |.
.o.tI| during month
"There are also many other products Drtirtrtlsln refund montIt PAZO OINTMENT fall John W. lI.m.. T. rr ('.'million. H. n. .. InlanciSeit.. ... .
1. I'MH
If', r thruout the year.SAVF.S. I locum :Itching: Blind: h,*edingorProtrudiog. PUriInatantly '..hU.lnn. C. Y. It..t..r'. .. R. H..Lars rl.her .. |
of VXIIIinm IMalrlrt( No. .
mention not ft.tnliince
I too numerous to one < relieves Itchlni p.le.\ and you can 5,1retfulneeputter .,"" Itniney. .1. J.It. .,
-'- nlnywn.. -
1 : the Brat lkuuuo. PauW1a) II liey Ile III n. Homey.V. t:. K. B. Aug. 1. Him ." ? ;
rl which lifliove does not have an important "
I GII."n. W. ..
I ( 'Olll'O 4l' : FKKTILI.KItIt Lr.rn.t 1. II. J. (troves. II M. J. Dead Keceipta during month
place. in the conduct of the wl.-in'y Lr"'n'ti. B. 0t. ''t'.n".... W. T. 'alney, w. G. ? Varrnnta liwurd during munihInlnnce
k ___ I OLD FALSE TEETH; I...III,h. Ira F. (Itnlgrn'. F. L. Itnlllg".". \\.mM R> Moved from county Sept. I.I lulu '

ti is :Made of Organic :Mailer t'BUnll war We pay from $ > to $35: ; per set (broken 1..1. T. S. Stoke S. Ii.I.nnga.nk l.iimon.flick, *. J. II. If.Ihmdry.Iohn .... Rntnncug.. I>l.lrlct' No.. .25.
( I. 1II1K u
believein A. J. .''f. C. 1.
I Wanted Farms' "We, of Swift & Company, ., ((. ..
) on I or not). We also pay actual value Nnu..1.) It. Sheky. W. G. A. .h.18 dunnir month
where credit is due lollim.. John ., Vnrrant iui'd, during monthlalnnce 1 ..
t giving \11"11. 0 r. G. w .
}r - for diamonds, old gold!, silver, bridge) >1" IIlt. John F. i, Sept. I I. 191M . .
The compact pile is one mt'iins isupplying and I want to that our labor hiperformed Mdler.:: : C J' Tad": ( r\ \ l.iirman II. .
f' \ say work. Send nt once by parcel post and \IIh,: : r: Ir.: S. Ih.mnx. 1. R ? Dlntrlet V*. 211.Inlanri .
r. Jne' Joe w. A"... 1 I. HUH .|.rRtccipta
good organic matrrinl' for cheerfully the giant tasks Mody) ,. S.V.. Thotnpnnn. J. II. 0,1
:Mazer' '
P."l receive cash by return mail. : McLr.d, o. S. Thom. R..ln.,1 Jr.McI. 'ohnii. DavidI.akr ( ,. durlnir. month .
Dbr, tho farm. The materials which ('lInj'Ie net for us by the Food Administrate Tooth Specialty Dept. X, 2007 So. 5th. .,'",.I. n 10' T.I.ton. Onrd"n '''."."mL. Moved' from manly arrant* IBMIU. during m.ntI! '"

he used are ordinarily, th": No order) has been too big, no job too Pa.Women H..r.d H W. Tnylnr. NnghMcLeod Mosey Imer.'w., < I{. Dyad;. Inlnnce Sept. I. HUH __ .
St., Philadelphia '. t;. B. Wacm, J. Dlatrlet No. 27.
1ft t expense of making the pile is slight overwhelming for them. ( ,.en. C L. ''nem.' n. J. M..lIt.. I" Moved from count liilanre Aug. I. Kiln "IIRrcriite
M"I1. B. < .
durinir month
''t' when compared with its fertilizing: of this. willingness 1 to (4,1'n. Levy F. WIUinm. w'ilryP M,> "Recognition 1 _--yr ." Dlvs, U. C. Wa..... O. W. S. Dead Warrant* inaueil during month
value. -I .I lel-nahlon.. Eugene ., liilance Supt. I. IIIIH ._
serve hns resulted in an increase for I'nblnn. T. A. Ivatun. T. II.

I C. McQuarrie: of the Universityof mule labor totaling more than 100 percent I'inktnn.I'.rrl.h.I.; Thomas. I.. Wer.W'Inninuham W. A. C. D.I'arro.h. 'SFL"jMoved""" ? "m.. eountSkT Mancp Aug. 1 Dlatrlrt. HUH _No.. 2N. :5!

the .1. H. Wan! J I.. Dea.1 t.'ceipta. during. monthWarranla - -
Florida" extension division given since 10115. In the .
February, case
iT A. Moved inHueil during month
1'arrlh I. I. 1\rd R. I. from count '
I following directions for building R I of our female help the increase has J I'urri.h N J. Ward'. .J. K. temhert, H. i It.G.: ..., ; Balance Sept." I I.DUtricI HUH .No._ 29. .'

I compost. h'upIuke: : n wntcl'l tight) been even !greater this help now receiving I'ntll.h. S. A Iteynold. IxnCC. Dead Balance Aug. 1, lulu '.!

foundation 1.lrl,1 Number Ten Simmons. A' Moved >ceipttt daring month
by puddling clay. Spread from
lfi5 than i In uIrK county -
cent more
per I rrii Here Is a message to NEW 141'. ERAndrew Sml.h. .. Warrant inaueil during month
p the clay about 10 to 12 inches thick, 19 Hi." uttering women from 1'111.0.V.' O. Dead( Balance Sept. ]I. HUM _. '
I .. G. W. Krllry Frailer "
Seal.. J II.
moisten and tramp. A frame of logs To take cure of the war business. )tn!. W. T. Prlce, of .\.In.w.. F. A. Kr1Iy H. J. Smith. henry! 0 Moved' from.. county alance Aug. I. 11UH Total_ I 1-/.3;

or of lumber should be started IU'lIuntl 1 I Public, Ky.: "I suffered I .ldklnx J. E. K'II.'y.hrnhnm iwiinhorn, W. R. ., ereipta during month
1 :Mr. Churchill said thnt all packers i in with painful...", 1, ,h.,,,,. R. A, '",.b. 0 ItIlank T..m.kI, W. T. nS.'U'n \\ arrant* i.*ueil during monthalance '
the pile and gradually, built ii > us John' J. "'rrltl. R. F.S .
) the country had .been forced to build ab" writes. "I got down " .. C N..dd. W. N. Mewed from eo 'nTndirhlll. Sept. I. 191ft\ -

44 t material i it ail.1(91.F' . I new freezers and Iiuidlings of everilescription with a weakness In my (' '0., l'Un..y n. ft.nrr.u. John"II'd. W. H..1' 1),"n.1; ( radrord County, Septeml.' i

back and llmta. . F: w. H'nrn. t:. n. ''male. .
'A of leaves otiaw fock'lIr'n. StntP '
of FloridaI
layer UI'
grass, "
)! 4 I '' nt a cost two or threetimes felt helpless and discouraged. II. ,lure. W M." n. F.H. \\ J. I.. .. hereby certify that the for.. .'lt : .r "'

wood even 15 to 18 inihes deep greater than pre-war cost. . .1 had about j ..duce,, .Iohn SIII'I', II.At J..1. W hl.II'r. H. Moved from counllhim. ..r the Keceipta and D Hbumemi nt* "h. -nNof
f aC C Snpp.\ .
t Hhoulil. tie placed on the cloy Thoplate I lie paid tribute to the governmentinspectors given up hopes of ever ,.n W J. Siup, It. I.. Wetem. II.htri.1 C. No- 7. t'IIN F Bradford. K' true county and cnrrect for thi t.,m,I''''"' I I' > ""

a layer uf manure .> or i> inchi of the Rurpini .r \ "jm,1IlnllIstry ,, being well n l\ln. whena Ian.' ('. A. Jr. 1<111'1'. E. A.I (' .. F F'. Moved from k l .wledito and belief.
i friend Insisted I I 11. I.. 'I'nner W. 'r. John.; s, R. .. dl.trlrl K II rot 1 K"! '
deep over the trash. If raw rhcitiiluitis and of the army who ql'1..t I ', n. 1. M. 'rlsomna. J..1. Johnaon..1.' Moved' from (nuntv Superintendent I of 1',11., I lu'-.i, ''A
, is available f/ill M II l lover I n. W S. l'n"hrl. Martin Salllvan. !lit !. county
C sprinkle tu pounds ? R. Bradford County.
I I the meat, and said : \ TakeCAROUI K.. ,,',, D. W. 'nrnra, W. A. I''<,'>1"l . ---
- -
the Th iiild u'l"th'rIn.r
manure. MI
I "In addition, to the safeguard that Vumher Kitten >l trict No. 5, Kaiford FINANCIAL liT \\TF.\It\:
+ 'b of .nantire. The" pile ,hull i... GRAHAM 1 1I. lIyrtl. Janner Pea. Monthly flnnne nl .tiit.. nO1. '
this Is to the soldier ,
: and sailor it i i Irrylnt I I.
I half| moist. :|>ritiklo .f I :tins! ,1.I.) not \I.I -i.iitli\. F. T. Price, II F. Cone0.. If.Gllllard Moved from.. county county for the month .., \m-i-.
I a safeguard to u*. It safeguards. u.. 'I.untlo, O. J. Hrynobki ForrcHt J. I,. General; . Fund '
art if often enough 1111 I !keep Itvj 11 O Balance Augimt 1. I'M"*
prom attacks from those whn fur their II..I 11..1. Kolnrla. IdiyM.I '' coun";
I ( ,
re.7 rom .
'epll.' during monthiNbumement
t".I"J""I." I II I J. Keyncilila. Jarnrl J. .. '
(i own personal aggrandizement or for 1 Ili: 1 .1 H. Hoberta C. It Inrrell. w. If. ? during m'.nth i'

It takes about a year for the pile trot .) 01 her reasons seek to ,.'itirire, "I' ,,mi, '- Surix-ncy. J. II.'i Jeklla-hlrr. II. I.. ? I nlancp Sent. I I. 1"I Nt'lno I''IItniance
may < end Forfrilure '
> T \ Stone. ritHirirei I.rwt., .1. T. ? '
t sufficiently for use. It ihnuUI! I I.e unjustly( one of the few Industrirhat O.V Slewnrl." E. T. I..wl. Aug. I I. HUN

spread on (the land in the tutu filII. in the early days of the wur..uci The WDrn3 's Tonic '," ,. "i'i-. l.y i I II. Sm Surn' th..ncv.L. R.C. W. "'armenter." int.j I". ?It. :: I, .""i-i'ipta during during monthlihurHementA m.mthilnnce i ,

Another pile should 1 be started us snoaa up to the present time has continue I. Slonn. W. M I',urvl. riem U''n.ll $epl. I I., HUH
the The I begitn Cardul. In 111 *. -. 1 I A. Thornaa 8. T. l'un'I. t). W. Moved from.. county Road Fund l
year is up. compost pile to supply our Government with what a short while I saw a "HRllflU WallH. J. W. auleMnn. J. .... ? I ilnnce Aug. 1, HUHceinta

will add! nmtrrially to the fertility. .I i. N P Wlliler.. R II Tray Rhchard R" during monthinbuniemi I
\rtmtod as it wanted it, when i it mllr..I C.: erence. . r7 0.,1, I> >nu< during month'I ,
I W J. \\ aulm 11. M. nuchtolt,, J. H. .
of the land. I OTIS needed without quibble as to I grow. stronger! rtelit ,". n i.ti.rtfp Wynn.f.. \, lil.iri t So. 9. :Moved from county I ilnnce, Sept. 1. HllX
., alone n' d It cured me. '. Worthington I Outstanding, Fundilnnce
- ---- -- () O. Wynn. N. ml."yd.. J.. Fl.:
irii-e. I am f 'iti-r than I I Ix I ,i". A niton. W. T.h j Graham Mw..1 from.. .I.trl.t. .' Aug. I I. HUM ,
II1101.1:1:: { -;1101'1.111'1'1lt: I It. ,
\ :
ee-pla during' monlhinbiirnpmenta I
I \) Th.... Waml.'n. T. W. Ilnyus
b'n i w.
"That is a record of which we should. havo In years. ? I during mnnthilance '
\ <-Ki. W T.Wa.iton.. II. D.I' Inkiitnn.. Ilinry M
I be If you sir" r, you can Deal' Sept. I.I 1IU8
proud gentlemen. It VVanl. :
demonstrate, r< Lacy Henryl
When cholera appears in his her j a I' PI' '- c' t e what It J I Thom....' n.Tn7y Moved from county' Drainage. Fund ,
hat we are doing..not our bit but .. i >l.trirt Number TwelveTHKKKSSV Dr"l) ilance Aug. I. 191Heeipta "
of hog, the average funnel is tit I an means: > to b." strong and W"rl., Andrew. C.Diatdct ,' during month .

: !loss to know what to d.>. Siun> hoi our> full share toward winning this well. T' '>liMn n<1s of woKen J. P. H'n.wlt. J. If So. 10. New River I nburer.ientH during mnnihRxlnnce ,.'
war, doing it F'. e Onrdut thC'I V'man. P. J. Moved. 'rnm countyDead Sept I I. 91ri!
cheerfully willingly anti .. M.jort-r. H E. U"I. Samuel N. ..
are highly valu.iblianiina'4, Iio: does lit fir their poodLe \ t.I 'm. If Q. Septenll'' r
ecuuse \\ e ore this I II i \t. !\I. Muy. II D Kelley George.
not wish to :....,> them. leer is the in war to win 'J. It should IIr..I'.rd County.State ..
: : help II. i.ntl O. M. Mnnn. D W. I'npprll. J. \\I. Mnyrd from .
proper pan! foi' m'.u.n, aeot.rrjnjr: ; itDr. 1 and to win our soldiers must be fed yon. T T t.urdal At all B 'o.fiiri Mnch.'ll. Morgan III.trl.t Na 11. Graham County I 1 hereby certify of Florida.that the forerun.the .- I'.,..,do-

i I A. II r..);'.> \, M--I- l 1rldd with good food." i druggists.73! Itxtton 1111w.J .W.H. Neal Norton P.C.H.I,. R"hern"lhy.urden F.. L.F.. D. Moved from Dead 0' Bradfnril. receipt and dl.bu..m.for! the m"n''r"I 'r ''t ';Iwoof .
+ l 'j county county -
I -r Crow. P. '
t agent for the Hureau of Animal In- Hey M R B. Phlllipa. J. E."II"I..r Mnvel from rtl"trictlatawi ,IS. i.i true and correct, t" tr.- -
j I I-IUCE OK COT ION SEED J J Phillip*. James Dlatrlet No. 12. TII...... I knnwl..l.. and .belief.FINANCIAL.
tluDtry, stationed at the University of -- ---" ...own. W. M. Pxilirptt. J P. I1ri.lnw. A. Moved from county W T wKKh-: :
, s ,,.jJJ: .'", ..III.-. Fnd RoehiMk. H. S. H. '' C '
Floriila. I To Long Staple Cotton Seed Ginner I ,'''ton. R. M. Riilell.. J. R. Bryant", Walter ., Clerk of the ; 'I'; : : ..nlfISE.LI

treated ".finer, H. E.: Sullivan.' M. 2.Fortner nwe n. W. .\ ni I By R. ,\8WI'I'. ': ''"
e Have all hogs imnu'diatel: And Buyers-The United States B. T. Sullitmi, A. Rrl.tow i H. W. ? nrv,:N" "k.

with imti-hog-rholera serum, after Food Administration at Washington ilTor.l. S. P. Sullivan. C. Devote. W. T. --
ral.> Robert Swindell S. R.Griner Hn""' ... Joaeph B. "J1Mley.
which they should be kept on n light has fixed a difference in value between I II J. S. Sullivan.\ A. L. J. E. .. STATFMF.Tandt,riMonthly

diet for a few ,days with pure drinking IonIC staple cotton seed and aohGrt II I "r''iner. J S. Jr. Smith. E. A.Green. 1.1011. J. J. Moved from co"nly for the financial month' of aiatementcounty SeptemberGeneral .. ..
,, Phillip. J. P.
rd' J.
Speed. Jame
rt M.
water and confined to limited staple cotton seed of $5.00 per ton, I ,,,fford. J. L. Scott, Cbarlle ___ Dead .Fond '. "II tRaiance l
und I am instructed by Washington miner, K. A. Veal James FINANCIAL Sept. 1. ma - \IR..tpla
quarters that should) be cleaned and II 8TATFMENT COUNTY SCHOOL during month ,- - ,,jii 1
Bm.on O. w. Wnhinnton. R. W.'inertrer .
sprayed occasionally with 1 part o f to name a price for long staple cotton If.. R. C. Woo....... 3. R. Monthly iburaetnenta during month, "'1"B.I.n.
fed follows ot Brad",M, .* Oct. 1. 191* ., -- -
as A,
; J"n. W. Youniblond. C. A.nil. County for the month nf Fin aad F.rfeitor Fond ,
AOII""I. \\1"
r I ", R. M. Zelvler. J. J. 1918. *
For seed $63.00 ton. General
wagon per S.hool ". .lane. Sept. 1. 1918 -
For seed ton. I: hereby certify that the foregoing U a truef .ilanc. Auor. 1. .918 __ ..eelpta. durinir, month -- - q. 9
car $68.00 '
per "
t d' the .....'.1.''''' ..otmlilleil elretnn "fBrsdf. l ReeeIDte during month";;;;;;;;;.__._ "JfJ iburaementa during; month .::- >|
t The above prices shall! apply to all I -I County to the bent of my knowledge, Warrant usual. during month _...._ p51.M1y< .lane* Oct. 1, 191D

r transactions of long staple cotton seed ; C3y "t In(""", ..I..n. Raiance s..Pt. 1. I9IH ___._________?_ U9.011' o di'i; -,. ,;
A. i )' t Raiance Sept. 1, 181H NRec.lpt
C. KNIGHT. L ----
and represent the maximum at which r ,....rvl.. of Rcgtratlon. of Elector* of Bradford Balance. Aua I. |ISIS -:: '_.,,_____ "*. during month _----- _" .'; II

long staple cotton seed I shall ho sold. County Fta.PI'RLIC. . celpta during month";;_.._"_.__-" ,.JJ iburaementa durinaj month "q"aBalance
V The above 'rn"Vp"t"1'! durlng month _-".. Sft M15 Oct. 1. 1918 -" -
l'llinhp'ome" effective .Ul dl--.n.d; ,
1918 ________ I"--'2Overdraft n
and after Ortnhnr NOTICEitie DUtrlcl No."i" Balance IOU __ iReceipt i
on 11th, 1)1RRRAXTOX Sept. 1. --
ftr la hereby given that a' a meetlnff of Ana I. 19H -.. .4____.____ ,,..., during month .. - '
mcn.I.Fl'dl'rnd : r "hoard of county commiioner In and for ..celpt. luring month _.. 242.25 I>burement> during month ---- -" 'I i
Food! Administrator. Florida. r I n .Iford .....nyt. Florida. held on the Ulth dayOctobir. Warrant. kaunl durlna -month .._ lane. Oct. I. 11114' -' "

xs I Is ...' . .\. D 101U. the following name Balance Sept.. 1. 1019 __ __'__._......'. 13.83 Drainage, Fund .\I n'..
I ,re ordered atrieken from the registrationka Dl.triet No. I. Balance Sept. t. 1D1K - '
INTEREST: TO CORN GROWERS II I I .. of said county for the rpanon Met. oppo ..lane* Au.. 1. 191H _. _.._.____.._" .. Reeelpt during month - - i '
.,it aid name. Further nolle la given that ..wipt, during month ; ...._ 10"V2J.M burementa> during month'I
the> boaril of county eommlMlonera will\ be in Warrant tanned month .
daring _.___. 211.40 1I.1.n. Oct. 1, 1918 -
The Florida Grain & Elevator: Com- .. .Aion on Salu..I.,.. October SRth. 1918. to .... .lane* Sept. I. IDI5 14.1.93 October. .
( hrcT y gf l" store such ram. aa have been erroneouslyirken Pl.triM -No.4. Bradford County.

t .ftiW d9 nnnv was organized one year ago. foi .. front aaid book. Balance Aug. 1. 1918 .__._._ ___ tS3.OS Slat of Florida. t'" 't.
.z V the TI'll'no.p nf pMvlncr the erain pro. S. T DOWLINO. Receipta. during month _.___' ;"" 1 hereby certify that the foreiroir I ,

dncer5 In thl and ndWnfntr( ntntei ash Attest : """"". Warrant Uaued during month .-._._ 11).00 ,of th. rveelpt* and diabonement .;'f([ ... ..
.. At State Farm, registeredJack W. T WEEKS': Balan. I. 19/8 -?__._._ 253.05 ot Bradford county for the mhn. . f t'1914 ',
o-rnln mnrTret The mist veer w Clerk. DUtrlet to w
N* I. la true and correct
At State Farm, thoroughbredCoach hser I''U''Y "onfltlnnp,1 .tnd, services guaranteed. niMrtrt No. 1, 1..1.,.. Balance Aug. t. img ____-" ,,... knowl.d.. and belief. ;f(;.
,\< ama. V Donic Moved from County'area. splpta during month _.. I.SS T
Stallion, services guar .nrVefr.t all earn nfrVn-e-l n. and the in advance. A I. A. B. Moved from district Warrant luaued during month 80.00 Clerk of the C'SEAL ;rCUt o roes.a'

I "nllp" I""t e..' "n\'" 1eined the corn 10.00 "..irg* Chu. W M.>ved from County Dal.n. Sept. 1, 1919 ..____._ 59.84 ( ) BnJlord

1 anteed. $10.00 in advance.

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FRIO.IY. OCTOBER 25. 1918. --. .- - -- - --- ---- -- --- --- JM
J - ---- -- 1 n,.,... K B. N. W .

For WhatGranted Period of tcenne Total Ami. 11U. llrannen. W. S. Jr. Ometn. S. R. lint'In. Tom l DI MI".I.M".r. '
Whom Ta W hen State (*ounty \ Clyatt. C. a.Conner. 1'rlce. Hobt '
Purpose From When Mil. .MixHulvme. J SMiiiton 11

LICENSES I .Merchant Viet 1 1H17 ,."t.80.:1U1H-_,_!--9.00: 180Ml N. A. Terry. W M n W .\. AHronMoll I ,
REPORT OF ION d\. H. Gr fun I Crawford W. B.Cannell. I'errv 1 II I"
_._Itarbrrins lk'i. 1 1017 Sept. a". 1"1.-- 1 00 1 T I'. l>. 'Iv. L AIlr II
19V. R Pnttlt llcl. 1WI7 .1". Him.__' S."I t 1.50 It'nr. .M-r. W I Iliren Multi, A. I
A. J. I
I D C. \\IHII I 11 I Pouulana.: F. H. JrDcee. 1 !""lv.n. ,
Oct I 1917 30,.. 191"_. _. 3UO f 150 + J TUtiwlmir. Mutt, W. t
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY 199, Prencott T..dn. Co---------Merchant. I II. WPotlHlann. f"H'bSIJ., S SI Mount N. J,
Jim Bnmn Howem .'. II ) Munn. II u.Mcriuthiim .
f in "iosoo 9 7 SO I Perry
(II-tor.. dupllcnttn of which have twin filed with I Mm. trel* Show .- One 1..forO"n'' .:. II Sr. 1 Sunimen. W. I.. li"er. "
Tax -
th 1 50 11."IR" .
liquid by \ C.: aumrMeKmiu
,,1 "t I I'e.ns.a' Oruthir A. D. 1U17, and ending .Merchant Ort I L 1917 Sept:: 10.:: m : : I PotiKlana. 11.potmlann. / Smith, \V. F liyal. .'t
II uf
,ludtt.. for th' period bcKlnntntr on the that day 201 S H.: Moor_---- ---- .Merchant llcl: 1 1, 1917 Sift: 30.: ( :=:: soosoo: 160t j. A, SuOn.w..2.' K. 1,1. lien >. J .\. J, '
IJ A. O lllls. Mi S. Miller .noIRQ , M \
i 1917 Sept. .til: f Kelly
,. Ih day of S'pl.'mir. __Merchant Ocl I. ) ) PoiiHlann. II M. Smith C. N.Ccks 1..1. M.I. I. : .'
h A. .
Tnul Amt 2U1 __. 1 S. J.
---- For WhatPurpine Period nf I.ievme 204 S. V. 11"r'n ________._______Merchant Oct 1 1. 1917 Sipt ISO. .. S.OI ...', ) II. fl.Pouitlann. I'H.h. C. L. l.rln. C. J. It t
h..m From When la When Slate taunt] 2H8 l1unoan"And.."". ___________Merchant llet 1 I. 1917 Sept SO, 1DI8Sipt. -__ 4.S 5 2 W. I.. 11. I L.Summer. 1',1. Albert M.lvn..han., "
1917 80. 1918.Sept. .___. ia 1 500 Until. Stephen1dAardn i
Ott I. .
I.d 1915:8 3.00 f 1.60 ___Lawyer M. .. Sam
Merchant Oct 1. 1917 Belli 80. J. ... Puke John P ,
JOB McMillan.
.t.h _. on 1 500 We'lllnutnn a.M.'Hinm
10 ,
1917 11118Stpt : J '
n ,I.:J.i uh---- ----- .- .. .- 207 A. /. Adklni _. Lawyer tlrt I. 1917 81. 1(118-( 5 300 .50 Frallck. L. FPupree. Shallnr. W HShallnr. i; : .1. A: >. J;. \ J. Jr.
1 1.
I 19IM.8 SCO 8 1.M ______._Merchant ('e :I. F".eno .1. L.
.M.rchn.'t Oct. I. 191. Sept 80. 20. Stephen Brown .. 10.00 1 BOO 1.1.. 1 It L. ,
1917) SO. 11118 Klleninn: JamtKilwanln. MeN.I.
N M v> n -of -Mediclni'* Oct. I. 1917 Silt. 30. 1118.Sept. .__.I 2800 12 8(1 loft .\. V Ixmu .-.Lawyer 0. I. 1"1. J. II.Prttitteni Shallar. W. C. ImiaclMnardn. Nial K ,

mite I' Caimn _Vender. ___OH Healer Oct..ant I I. 1917 9O. 1H18.Stpt. .__.. 10.01 8 5.00 210 | 1000.too 8 500 i A. L. "hRlb.. t;. \vSmith. KK.lwardn. Next ..d. I
,lanl Oil Co _ 90, ) __.t 21100 1 12.60'd.rd 1)0\.1. Clemens .. Denlint Ott. I I. 1917 C. F. J. wSmith. 1. "
_ .___ Oil Dealer* Oct. I. inr. IIIM. 211 I. 1917191S : f 1 50 i 'ral.k. : W. .'. No.m.", J. K
Co. -- .Merchant .
Oil 81. I. FShallitr.
._ Ufin .
, Oct. I. 1917 SrIS. an, 2800I Jame Cluck Irt { John M.
212 Newaunt. Perry
oun\r. : 19145' 160 76 'r.l.k. J. R .
,'; Oi': Co .--_ : ----: Merchant Oct: 1: 1x17 Sept.: atl, 1(119..:- 300: 1.60 213 t-t: Turner -._..-McrchontIHY Merchant Vity 1 I.: 191819IH Sipt Sept Jo SO, 1018-:.$ 150 : :76 I .'o.ylh. W. A. I .J.O OTurker. .M. Kill.It.Kvann: l eoV. N.I.,.. (I. 'I'. .
l Johnnon M Phllli >_ ronler. ,\. F. tHC'll. I I ,
i Richard .
214 | -
A Telettraph May Sit Stl.Nipt 191*._. .. 1 50 f .75 Fdw'rde., II. sK.laardn. No"I.
ih, rn B.I_ Telephone....Telephone Uuntnea. Oct. I. 1917 S"... &). 1918__ 8 .41 216 T. L. Oudv.i __._.Merchant Merchant Mny 1. I01K 10.Sept. 19IM1918.__ 1 S 5 .7 I Fralick. .W. T. Iln".nGIY. . W MitchKilAardn. Norman, W'. II.N .

Harrla_______Automobile 210 Henryarillaw ll.t. 1. 10171MIK 80 ____ 5 8.1'' L. VRh'nl.. I>. ('. :, : W:mKppenion vmm, It. A.
Orb 1. 1917 SiIlSipt. an. 1918.._.. 1000 8 5.00 217 C. A. Rutland ____----Movln. Cay. J. F.. WI."n. John C. .
1 __ 76 Nah.
1 .
"'.hrdO' _ ( W. J
._ ._ "" ..-.Merchant Mny M 110 { A. 'I ;
"""""-" 1. 30. 1918._.' t 50 B 2.25I' 21(1 J. C KHuhnnn -- I 78 F. ( K. S.Newnom. '
.1 .
I.y. T
SCIWhit.. Bon _----.-- -M..lh.nt 1.1. I. l\l Stut. ai.' lots._._. S.00 f 1.0 217 DV. Welch __.Mirchant May 1 19ll 1' ey. CCntmer. WIN I>. C. 1-ulch N.rll.. C. II.Newnoin .
. s oo 5 II. "
101. 1'17 1914 Freeman
_ -Merchant n.u".I.1 _. Market May | \AO C. I .
. 1.AOI. __ Ward.
-- . I. HII. 1918. .f a oo 2'20 O W Barn M. \ J. It. .
O.Jllon :____ ____ 'rhnnl x17SOct. Druirutit Oct. 1. 1917 Sept. SO. 19189 450 1 William. .1. V I ,''rh..1 .:.
: "
._ 6UtchrfMcrchant .
.l 500 5 0 W.
$. 1918. M. llardin.
I. 1 221 J. ttuimitlNewmuna l
tt I _. _. .raphtr* Oct. 2.61 1. 1917 Sept. 80, _._. 2600 1250 W. J. Nichola,
Hro* ___ -h-hnl Ocl I. HU71IU7 Sipt 20. 1918_..I 800 5 22J -bale I.L 191 ,1. Ward J. J. I'.ylh. M. 1>. {
?'r An.I."a _' 10 00 s 1. FIVrnandi .
.__ Merchnnt Iul.r 1. Sept DO, 1..n. Franklin. Sum
_ ______--'hyolel.n A.IO A. 11
._ 450 22S Tom Knoon 111 F.
M Alvarel Darby _____-___ _Merchant I1. 1917' 1'1'1 9. 1918.1918..__-. 300 f 1..50I 2 W. H. _____ -----1'h9.lelan Oct. |. Sept. SO.Sipt 1919.._ 1000 t 1..n. Richardllolmen. WIIIRm., II. M ><. II. S Norman. J, 'W . \Ih"m. O 1.
\ \ ._Oakery Ir.9i. Oct. I. ll>17 80. 1914)19 2000 1 H'rnl.n. .lamen t). N.r.
_ __ __uTur""nllne Still 11.11 :. J. J'.I.k.
a M.
1918 .I 600 1 \V. W
I TurneiI .. Merchant Ort I. 111. 2i. 225 J. Tiivmm-nd House 1. 1917 Oct 80 I918-.._. 6.00 5 Al t IIFrnxiei Ouden I I. L.Ontnlnn .
I n H'i'I IXV __ _ _._" .Merchant Oct I 1.1117) SiplSept, 2(1.( 181x1 800 t 3.o 226 Mor'. ReaUurant -E.lnt OI. 1.10' 0... \\illinum. O. W FI..I.I..I r. W m Q 11.CJohn .
.-- -- 0.1. I I. SO. 191ft__.' 300 5 1. ,(.. K Juln. David J. aI .
I MerchimtSimink & and D. M. Duwlinp, Tax of .Id county W. Oiiihn.
I' Ice Store _..----MrrehuntPurlin Oct. 1. 1917 Sipt. SA. 1918.... a.oo 5 We, Remite A. Gardiner Countl Judge. Col.lor Jones J. I). __ /ow" J. K.Ntlmher lien A I I'hdUps, C. M.HrIT. I

..__ 1 1917 1918._._. son f I ro do certify that the .or.t.Gh'.n O".ln'r. S. J.
n.l. I.
Five .1
\ _._ 1"1.80. of the County Judge.C.EO. 1..1.
__ _ "t1"11 official tw.n
_ .. Oct, I. 1917) 1(HUSO. ___.* aoo 1.1I under our hRnd..nd Sal n. M lllUIHKrltAndnw .. .I 1'arkt. JohnPrencotl
$0 !grove _- Morchnnt Ort. I. 1917 Sopl.Sepl,. 1918l .__.' 3.0 151 A. GAlDNER. 10WLSG. -a- nrlr. I. 1. L. C.
\ __ __.__ .I. .
R, nor(( ._ __.___""-rchunt OctMerchnnt L 1917 : ".U_._-* 5 (Seal Cunll Ju.e. Col. .. 8 V Ratlin) .1. 11liriHn. '.II'r.. II 'P. Pullman: P.Poppull .
c Tmln., Con 001..tat Sept 94.a..5" SOO 150 AnilrewH. ('. M. \. I.n..w. I. Omen: ..lumenllrlirin. : t.C. 7

.- ':_-- :::::::-: : 0.1. I I. 1917 1'1'1 20. Ip18.__ 8.00 A 3it '10 '\ ., K. Btmleniiin. CHiney. L. It. K. Paika. JurePace.

I. _ _.___ .__MMcrchantrrchxnt ,. 30. 11'INP 9.n A 1U ro I gl'.1LIFIEU ELECTORS Cone. W. A. J.hna. R. J. .:. N. tiainey. II Inhn I L C.: F.
.." Oel. 1. Rapt 30. 19Ia..8 3.90 111'11,0 of J. It. Johnsen L 0. L. AId J. It. .1"'n. I.. Q.
C _ .. _Merchant 1\11 Iro Following I. Ihe "r Vunlided lhulilln: : : : .: Broun. l.u..r. . MariimiRin.ilwlne. Imv.l.
0 l.t luhnaon H. F. .
0 I.
Ih.lwR' ____ _M.rhRnt Oct 1. 1117) S..I. 90. 1918.--' 4.80 5 1110 .ov'rn'' JbOlcle Hredord County 1191 ..oroJ .nttm J \, ;". Frank Sr C J.
.. ,."nl..r", _ !. 5 ".8 W J n '. I.router.. U C. L C.Peek. .
0.1. I. 191' Sept 80. In accordance with law: t Hurry, o FelixirliriK. Powell.
____In.urunce AI.nt 11 Ida I.ubh.h.d Collin. 1 1'. J h..: .: C.Chnncw : llnn.. .\. A. O.I.In.
L lunn.n 0.1.1. 30. __. 9.00 1 roI J'hl J. H.liyrtl. ( l>. S I.
._ (on. ___.___ _.--.M Orl. I. II'1117 R..I.. 30. __ 1.00 1I DI.tdct Number On. I.. Knluld S. W. I' Iliiien, 'T. C l.ri.n. A II I'iek C. L. '

I To.d,: _ "_ ____. __ !h..h"nt I. Scp.I. 30. IIIH..__ 8.00 A I LAWTEY (01.,. O. E h0rc.. ) W. L. I..n. C. W. tli.lT ItiehardirllTw. PmrlHh. R.Pi .
Ca ____ ___ .M..rhant Ocl 1\11 1IB ( S% hntuht f. 1'. 1"h'n. W. It. 1 i
I -M1kmn' I. R'pl.80. __I 3.11 5 I IPttu 150I P. M t. ( ( KCrllTin. ft" "(. J. l'f.
_._ _._Nnrchxnt Orl 111. 1118 An.lrew.. John S. Johnson R. M SurberAndernnn IR..C.I. ,, MHull. 'hn. '
O. C .
Scorn I. Srht. 40. .. 10.110 5 5RlStatu 10 Conner. 11" . W. .. ; John CCreiti. Prttnll. J. w.Pniott. .
_ __ __._I'hv.lrl.n 111. -__ 5 .50 John A. Jon.. Conine W.rr e. ."'Ih"r In.ry. 1'.11"1 K ,
I 01. 1 I. 17S.'t., ::10. 15.00 A.por"rn. 1' n. J. 11. I.. U.Ptfk.
,. Dank _,__ __lank.. 0.1. I. II" Sept. 90. 1'18.__ a.oo 5 1 1MW Tom J. Haney W. R rrnr. ./ U. I'r" W. I.. ,1 t. Mm, 'cell. W. I. Gown A. IIl.rltrm. J. L.

!... ...._ -_ ____, _M..rhnnt 4111 1\17 90. IAIN-.5 a.oo 5 Andrreon. U. K.I... C. I. Crcw ,,; C. t.h.nbAndrews. 1.1., .. I. lint,''. l n. '. M M .la"0 .

1 1. __ .___ _Mrrh"nt 1.1117 R'.I. _. .. \. 1.hhrd Gcorxe 11.1. ('r. "I"hl. J. U 9n. I tolmm. neortfe.
a I Roh..t.-Hurn.y __ ____ _____.IRrh.. f.0.1.I. 1 I II" 1"11.. 30. lIIR-IAIR_. -. \00'\10' ..roI . Wm. lu..I1II. M. I I. I'.kl.": T. J. Kerc... .1. NAbrnhnm er."y.) I.. W. Unveil. N (1lUrrell. (!\iyonn. 1. -Mlnireeit 1'.1., *, I PtrdyPaiker \

I Rew _ _ __ __n..h'r (' 11'7 4101.90. tol'5 3.10 Abraham. J. R. 1.lvn..n! : Y. I. I..kl.. I. A Koren. H 11.Andrrxun Crml.y. I'. A.Cnlmin W MlliiKile. ( N. P.l.ritTln. 1 Marion
_ __ ____ ___M.rh.nt .1 I 101 H. N. ." f. W. A. hrrcr. I'. I' .
R . 1017 S'rl. 90. 3.105 I I! R.I. M r7.i Powell. S .
II 1.1'1'. .I.y .. __ .M'rhRnt not. 1. 0.1. a". IIR___ 5.11 .ro ...11 I.,. YI ,'.. A. .I"hl. 1II A. (. .1.Ib. John. I. I. liralmm. W. IICnin. Preiait. I'. IIPoppell .
_____ H..Rnt 1"7 I"R Joe E. Mic. M. Lee. W. Jr. .. ). I
I: W.I.nn -- S"rl. 90. ,__ _$ 5 I Drown Cnkw.f.. J. nwby, I PCreftil. Ji.hlm.. IT I Mdlo: J, IIPoppell. .
,r I l'141.-------------Mrrhxnt-M''mhnnt Scot 30. IIIB__. 5.1)0 5 1 AO UI.n.h"rd. H. I.. .u... .In''N I. 11'nnl.on. J. O. 1..111.. W. F1 Jnnien Kelly. ,1. II (,li.. n. John. W. '1'. J. I :
Ynnshlno.I.------ -_ 1 ItO: __ Dlvwnmg. Juhn MNrr. H. E. l.on.f".I. A. J. K.Cn holey f SKelliy. . Klbertliitrdmer Poppell. I It.
1 Sept 0 ( (:
0.1. I 111S. \00' 1..1. nRn" \
__ ___ _I..rhr. II" 90. ,___. Ih'nn\ R. U. M..y. AII"rt ... John l. . .r"n... .1. 1'. M. ll.Hahard. 4
w : T
I" .H.w.y ( l. 101 4.r1 I'r.rl.r. '
'. Jnnrr' ______ __ .. . 0.1.) I. 11"7 1.t., 314 I11B___.. 5.01 1 2A 10 lrwn. Go. W. Mnure. 1' J. \.ln. "rnl.i. !l I..n". M."uhnll"n. Clumonit. I.. I.i>,lit. I. I.I I.. W'. Iw..n. II C. S
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:Mr, and :Mrs. Ben Sasser spent! Sat- reserve space within the next few berry last week providentially span'd,
urday and Sunday at Hampton, guests! weeks and the Fair management is Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Dinkins desire Word has been i, ,
their gratitude to the D. Randall has ,'..,, tin
-- of relatives.Mr much pleased with the responses already to express ''n'|1'
friends, and neighbors who so kindly of treatment take,. e
: and :'oIl's.' S. li. Woodard spent given. Among the counties which "
1 Sunday and ;Monday in Starke on business helped them during the serious illnessof number of baths .I u! a
have reserved space to date are the Frank Green. Tho Sanitarium bblI! ( nnc,
; I F County News ItemsInteresting their adopted son in 11
i :Mis .1. .'. Gufford left Saturday following: young man is now well on the road. toward leaving there to> \
Alachua, Bradford, Broward, IJrc- complete and the family lends i in other '
night for :Mintland where she will visit recovery I' II
; U' k-- for several weeks.MfHirs. vard, Levy, St. Johns, ;Marion, St. is grateful that his life has been so turning to Law.1 I .. afrr
L facts Gathered During .' Ve 'b,' Our I : \V. :M Brown and son. Wil- Lucie, Palm Leach, Gadsden, Putnam, I I

Regular Correlp..>ndentl. mot, wore visitors" to ]Hampton Saturday Clay, Dude, Jackson, Escnmbia: Polk, ,i -- -- - "

-- afternoon. Okeechobei-, DoSota, Citrus, Lafayette -

I,, .. -_ -- P--- -- :Muster PercyVoodard happened to Leon, Duval, :Madison, Pinellns, !r
, -- their home after a'week's Itpry painful accident Friday afternoon (Tarpon Springs/ ), Nassau Calhounand CHEVROLETSfor
returned to
Git: .Ml.\M: when he was running by dislocating -
fJ fJi"t '! visit. here with :Mrs. )Dyal's parcnts lie :Monroe. Among the communites
bone left
the the
-- in arm. was
: I Lane. which are preparing exhibits are Immediate deliveryI
;Mr. ami ;Mrs. A.
rnhiim, Oct) :J.-i.! -Henry Koona'l carried to Starke where Drs. Tomlin- I
of Cooter Pond, washel' :Moore Haven and Fcllsmore Other
Willis llyal,
f !husincHs.I | the
here :Monday on son and Campbell reset injured
, I 1)) J. Byrd made a business trip toY (' on business Friday. memher. communites are planning to make have several 490 model Chevrolet TouringCars

Starkf :Monday. I -' -' :Miss Nellie Gufford returned. Saturday such (community displays, and these I on hand in Lake City and can make im
of S.II'Oo'ns: :; :; :; ; promise to form an important featureof ,
/ I Dr U"i F. Middleton, Hampton I night to Maitland after several.Iays'
.Ii business. --- the Fair. mediate delivery. This may be the last chance
was here :Monday on I visit here with relatives She
f 25.: :Mr. and Mrs. A.
Oct. -
r Mi; und'I :Mrs. C. U. Roberts made a K.Sampson Smith and children left Saturdayfor I was accompanied by her mother and Individual ExhibitsA to buy until after the war. Price $965 deliv.
to Hampton :Monday af- brother, Joe-
trip Hawthorne, where they will visit collection of striking individual ered today-subject to increase without notice
1.11 ternoon. S. B. Woodard and son, Samuel, were
J.. ;Mrs. Ethel Strickland, of Waldo, relatives for a few days, and before visitors in the Hampton section Saturday agricultural exhibits is being gatheredin i
: culled here Monday to the bedside returning! home they will attend the morning. the various counties. These will be WRITE, PHONE OR CALL
} was
I I, of her father, who is suffering from n marriage of their sister, ;Miss :Muriel We have been having a good deal of displayed independently of the county FOR DEMONSTRATION,

j severe ease of heart dropsy. j IHmith. rain here recently.The exhibits and farmers are urged to be.
Oscar Andreu, of Starke, made a I I Mr. and Mrs E. I F Starke Hurdee Saturday.and children many friends of :Mr. :Marvin stir themselves to gather the best of F rank E CHEVROLET DEALER,
visitors to JLauiz
business trip here Tuesday afternoon. were Staten and Green deeply sympathize with him in their products for such display. Lake City, Florida
Mr. and Mrs.
I' : I:; :Messrs. Odell Abernathy and E. T the loss of his wife. ,
r daughter, Byrdie, spent last week with several | A wonderful display of live stock is
I ''I : Stewart motored over to Hampton on relatives at Raiford. Morgan Lee, of Lakeside, spent in the process of arrangements. Florida's -
j I.. : Wednesday, / days of last week at Baldwin at
Friends of Miss Edith Warren will strides in this industry during
}4 :'olrs. :Marshall Burgess, of Jackson ,, the bedside of his son, Leon, who was
be know she is convalescent, after the last few will be best advertised
' t glad years r
\ ;:: ville, was called\ here Tuesday to the quite ill_with Influenza. lie returned
i bedside. of her parents, Mr. and a 10 days illness.A I home Saturday and reported his son by this exhibit and the displaywill
' , H. W. Surrency, who have a Mrll'l' trout weighing 7 1-2 pounds, was much improved.Mr. attract attention from every section
'I ,
' tack of the Influenza. caught in Sampson lake last week by i I I and Mrs. Joe Griffls, of Starke, of the country. The poultry show,

I r.J E. T. Stewart made a business! trip S. fctaten. This makes the third big/ were guests Sunday of :'011". and Mrs.D. which will he held in connection with
fish averaging from I 5 1-2 to 7 1-- PRICESRIIIT
l' + to Hampton Thursday Thisis J. Phillips. | the Fair, also is of more than state FI.XING
)i f.", s :Messrs Jumps Reynolds and D. J. pounds he has pulled in lately. :Messrs. Arthur Bennett and John wide interest.

''j f,it\tk Byrd made a business, trip to Starke School no fish has tale.been closed! here for two I Hall were visitors Co Brooklyn Sunday I The Florida State Fair and I Exposition -

11. ;v .. Thursday., weeks on account of Spanish influenzabut :: afternoon. I opens November 27th. r""i'miing' .I
:Mr. and :Mrs. H 1Price made a - -- -
will start again in another week. through December (ith. The Farmers'
\ t I business trip to Jacksonville !Monday KKDFOKI ITEMS: I
National .
1f i Mr. S. Thomas made a business trip Congress will be held in connection
1 RISING ITEMS: '! with the Fair, bringing delegates -
to Starke Saturday. Bradford, Oct. 25C. :M. Andreu received
C\ .\' Miss Idi, Dowling, of Jacksonville, from every State in the United
it" Rising, Oct. 25.: -We sure have had a message. Sunday morning.: that
I :; is here visiting her sister, Mrs. T. D. our share of the Flu in this section his brother at Waldo was dead. :Mr. l States, Canada, the Island possessions

., Dyal. for the past week. Among those who Andreu left immediately for Waldo. > and many tropical countries
; Jake Kinnard, of Waldo, buried his W. :M. Harrell and : .
't.: have been sick with this disease and son, Mabry, were
I I I\t' t 4 a Ron Sinai, Johnnie, here. Thursday at !Mt. also from pneumonia are A. L. Jackson business. visitors to Worthington Sat. i itarday. | CEMETERY WORKINGAll :
.1 crrmteryMarvin I
and little son, Joe. Dr. Johnsonof
.f. ; Ogden made a business trip Rniford has been attending the patients J. V. Edwards has received a letter i| concerned will please meet at the Just think what the Govern-

, to Rrooker Wednesday. and they are improving nicely. stating that his son was very ill with :McKinney cemetery on the first Friday'
I f l'' :Mrs. I D.) M IJyrd and children, of Dr. Johnson has built up a good' influenza '' in November for the purpose of cleaning ment is doing. If they had not
LuCiosse, of last week here Otis visited,
spent part Barry Worthington Sunday and
( I practice in this section. beautifying the resting plane
,I with relatives. :'oIl". and !Mrs. J. L. Jackson of Jacksonville i i morning. 'of our dead. C. :'01. :McKinney. fixed the price on flour no doubtwe
Frank Tillis, of Rrooker, was buried, came down Thursday to be at V. Edwards was transacting business I'I'J. .
; here Friday. at :Mt. Sinai lie Sturke ,
cemetery. in Saturday.
the bedside of the former's brother 1.\WTY GOES; OVER! THE TOI'Continued would be paying $20 bar-
n number of friends who sympathize Seeber Edwards was a visitor to per
,., t' and little nephew, A. L Jackson 1
with his bereaved family. I Brooker
' Mrs: Ithiini last week son Jcwl :Mr..Jackson returned. to his ; Friday night. ( From Page 1.) rel for it. They fixing the
.I. Ogden spent home Sunday but his wife will visit'I Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards visited. i are
nt Hi'noker with her niece, !Mrs. Frank :Mrs. Cone of
: 'I lust week, :Mrs
I i . Tillis. her parents, :Mr. and Mrs J. E. Norman Cone Kvendcn, of G'a1'1., : E. church. The cotton and
t' before her return.N. being very sick. price on upland we ,
, \- t 'sympathy of the community is extended
!Mrs :Mae Dval is visiting relatives C. II. Newsom is the
I on sick list
I j'' J tit Lake 'ity for a few days. C, :Mott, of the Heilbronn Springs! this week. to these parents in their think they will take and fix
!section, has lately bought the farm of I ments. up
:Mr. and. Mis: J. P. Robot motoredto :
) Math Dixon the
was guest of JessePumsh Ilerpave-I
O//IP) Cnson this section. :Mr. :Mott I
in If the sickness from
I Ii
\ 11 Hampton Sunday.. und family Saturday. I island
location cotton.
'N Oili-ll Abernathy made a business and family will move to their new -- I tinues to decrease as it seems price on sea

trip to Stnrki Saturday. in the near future. I ('1.\'I' HILL 1IKMS:; 'i'be doing, church bells will again be

t r; ,I J. A. J. :McKinney and wife. of Sim Kelly and !Miss. Inez Haislop heard in I.awtpy Sunday. Grace ;M E The A. D. Andrews Company

I };, Sampson City, were here Friday, the wI'rmllrril'.1 Monday.Mr. Clay Hill, Oct. :2!5.-D. B. Padgett church will be reopened for Sunday ,
f guests of their daughter, !Mrs. N. I h. : anti Mrs. A. L. Jackson have made business trip to Highland Sat school and service at the usual hour. of Raiford has
y f Wynn. lately visited their daughter, :Mrs. A. urday. |IIr the health authorities should decide bought a large

J. It. Davis] ; made. a business trip to J. Stafford, of South Prong St. :Marys. I, E. II. Carter and lion, Henry, motored inside services! to be inadvisable seats
r'rlf stock of Goods and General
,t Stnike Saturday.Mrs. M M Crosby and, family visited to Jacksonville Friday. ', will be placed outside the church and Dry

Henry Ward was in Starke on Will Burney and family Tuesday. I W. A. Starling and son, Horace, accompanied I the morning! service will be held in the I,

r Saturday shopping.Mrs. The farmers in this section are beginning by II. B, Hodges, motoredover open air. I Merchandise and they are going I
; Carl Jones business vis- Revs. R. O. Wright and Alfred Even-
was a to eat pork and potatoes. I to Starke Thursday.S. .
itor to Starke Saturday. den were visitors to Jacksonville Fri to fix their prices they save
I Our farmer raised a large number of i T Starling was a visitor to Max- so can
, Quite a number of the Brooker people hogs this year and most of them have ville Thursday on business day. I
attended the funeral of !Mr. Frank a !large peanut crop to fatten their We are sorry to learn that our mail In the excitement of influenza and their customers some money.
j Tillis here Friday stock I! (carrier, Lem Kimball, is sick with the Liberty Loan and other drives please
Henry Ward visited the county seat ,do not forget the needs of the soldiers.
influenza he will
a Hope soon recover.
Saturday 'IIIERF.SSXTheress I II. S. Starling was a visitor to Highland They need all your used magazines, as We carry in stock a big line of
'. iw Cheslny Fogg made a business trip Friday afternoon.II. well ns all the fruit pits and stones I

1't to Gainesville; Saturday.T :i, Oct.: 25.=The Spanish in- B. Hudson was a business Visitorto from your, table, also certain kinds of White and Checked Homespuns,
t I II.) Dynl was a business visitor to fluenra seems to be on a decrease in Jacksonville Saturday. nut shells! The fruit pits and nutshells

i Waldo Saturday. this (community. Henry Carter was a visitor to Highland are used in the making of gas Outings Scrims Flannels Dress I
:Mrs., R. N. Dowling, of Waldo, spent ;Messrs. Arthur Bennett and Kilmer Saturday masks to save the lives of soldiers. Allthese ,

d ill' the weekend here with her daughter, Wondard left :Monday morning for I L. E. Starling was among the visitors things will be received! at the Silks
Mrs. T. D. Dyal. Okeeehobee where they expect to secure to Highland Friday. hop repairing store of W. II. Burt. Ginghams, Poplins, Serges, ,

We are glad to report that this district work. I Darling Carter passed through the Dr. G.V.. Brown was a visitor to
de Chene Plaids for Skirts
Ili was willing to do their part and S. H. Woodard came home from the i I''I L'lay Hill section during the past week. Baldwin Sunday. Crepe ,
1 more toward! lending to Uncle afternoon :Mr and ;Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and lit
money metropolis Tuesday on account I Miss: Ida Starling! is still spending
i Sam for the cause of democracy. She ( of sickness. lie will remain at i while in Jacksonville. tIp daughter. :Mildred, of Jacksonville, and for Laces and Embroideries,

j went over the top by seven hundred I home until he improves.. 1'1 :Miss Edith Starling spent Tuesday spent several days last week with relatives .

e s dollars. :Mrs. Wilmot Brown spent last week ,I,i.htVith. her grandparents in Lawtey. we cannot be beaten.A .

L Napoleon Starling, of LaCrosse! was lit Hampton with her parents, :Mr. ,' II S. Starling and S. J. Starling wpreI.itors Will Bray, of Dupont, and James
s spending the weekend here with rela Mrs. Cribbs. an// ,,- Maxville; Saturday. Bray of the U. S. Navy are visiting
4 tives. Elhert Gnann, of Dupont, was a !' W.II. Carter was visiting his grand- relatives in t.awtey this week. full line of Ladies' and Mens'Uunderware

:Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Dyal, of Lake City i itor here Sunday I larents Saturday afternoon. J, R. Eddins, of Gainesville was attending -

I II Messrs. T. :M. and R. H Carte nnaa- to business in Lawtev this Ribbons and Dress
I ' red ,
-- ---- ---- ;; i i
------- through the Clay !Hill section i Saturday week

I afternoon. .Andrew Lowery, of Jacksonville, Buttons, Mens' and Boys' Hats,
ii; :Miss Eflie Starling spent Wednesday
anent Sunday with relatives in Law-
I night with her grandparents tey Mens' and Boys' Suits.
,i E: II Carter was visitor to Law
I :Mrs A. :M. Van Dyke left this week

I More I I tey F.Friday.D. Lang for her former home in Cincinnati, 0., All kinds of Harness and Sad
ILl' Farm Machinery Rusts! vine Friday afternoon was a visitor to :Max here/ she will reside for the present.

:Major and :Mrs. Van Dyke came to
: :Miss Effle Harris spent Saturday and Lawtey about eight years ago and dies, and a nice line of Furnitureand

Out Than Is Worn OutDoes Sunday Randall Johnnie with Harris Padgett her of parents:Maxville., Mr. and Mrs they bought have a farm lived ever in East since Lawtey coming, where here. all kinds of Stoves. Good

was a to
ii After the death of the :Major a few

:' Highland W A. Starling Saturday was on among business.the visitors weeks ago, Mrs. Van Dyke decided to line of Tin and Enameled Ware.
return to her home
I I as soon as necessary
to Highland Saturday.Miss .
arrangements could! be made. Her
: Carrie Starling spent Sunday 7 Green Coffee for $1.
friends here wish her prosperity. :Mrs. pounds
not that conclusively prove that suitable sheds afternoon W. A. Starling at the and home family.of Mr. and Mrs. James Barr, a sister, who has been

I spending several weeks here with her
+ i for your implements would be a good investment Dr. W. M. Hudson, of Jacksonville, returned to Cincinnati with her. We are going to give our cus
spent Saturday night and Sunday with ,,
RIGHT NOW ? Your farm tools coat money these I his parl'nts11': and :Mrs. H. B, Hud-' :M. L. Loadholtz was called to Lake tomers a good price all of our
son. I i Butler twice last week on account of on

,. days, a lot of good hard earned money, and to leave Jim Godwin, of Maxville, spent Sunday I,I!the illness of his son, Elzie. On his for know there is a
return home he we
Sunday that
at the home of :Mr. J. L. Strick reported ,
them in all kinds of weather to deteriorate is surelynot land. Elzey was seriously ill with Influenza.

good business management. If you want them to A. H. Harley S. Cline and B. L. shortage in the cotton crop.
FLORIDA STATE FAIR Blanchard returned to their work in

last one third longer, give them a good coat of paint, the shipyards at Jacksonville the first
i ( Jacksonville! Fla. October 21.: -With part of the week, after spending a few We have put. in a nice Meat
I then come in and let us figure out not how much, but I the days at their home here recovering
opening of the Florida State Fair
l HOW LITTLE a good shed will cost you. I and Exposition looming into sight, from an attack of the flu. Market, and carry the best Butter

plans for the H. C. Peace of Jacksonville, is
greatest agricultural and
I few and Cheese. We the top
industrial gathering ever witnessed, in spending a days here. pay

the tate are going forward Gus Loadholtz returned to his workin
I. rapidly I for Pork Chickens and
Jacksonville last
week after
with spending
indication pointing ,
every to
.j LUMBER & SUPPLY successful a few days here recovering from
CO culmination.
,: Florida counties are displaying!'! keen I the flu. j Eggs. Come to see us.
f Interest Louis Hubbard returned here last !
In this opportunity to put I week from South Carolina whore he I

Headquarters For Building Material their products before such a representative has been engaged in the U. S. Geological A. D. ANDREWS CO.
gathering of people from
every Survey work for several months.
ii I section of the country and the list of
Joe Starling and family returned to
counties which already have made Jacksonville Sunday after spending Raiford, Floridawwrwuw

I arrangements for exhibits i is formid several day here with relatives.

l __ __ -I able. Other counties are expected to T. J. Terry was a visitor to New-

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