Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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\Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor. ,. '



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NEWREGULATIONS $fv graph's The announcement new story has of awakened the Tele- cE' HOLD COMMENCEMENT E American line steamship which J

3 arrived here tonight from a European <
$ interest throughout the county 4
port, reported that her <'
<> subscribers have $ MONDAY
and new
many Miss Ella and Oma <$> fired six shots at German v BEGAN
been added to our list during the 4 Six Graduates For This Term- May Long gun crew a t
S> submarine off the coast of 4'
& week. We are mailing out a large Clark Win W. C. T. U. Prizes-Miss Eunice Robinson Wins i<' Ireland on May 2. The
<> number of sample copies this $ -
Q week and invite those who receive $> State Board of Health PrizeAugustus Long Wins I.$ ter boat immediately underwa'I'I .
4 and it impossible NOAH TAYLOR'S TRIAL PUT
IN REGARD TO THE EM- 4) them to become subscribers. Subscription COn was
Southern History Prize Offered by Local U. D. mine whether any shots took efV'
{ PLOYMENT OF TEACHERS $ price, $1.50 per year, & feet. I OFF UNTIL NEXT MONDAYCIVIL
I payable in advance. <$
0 last Sunday evening the large ed play and were l loud in their praise 0 4
p- .
GRADUATES OF SCHOOLS CANNOT 4,4,4)4)c' 44 4,04) \ C CC auditorium of the Bradford County of the fine acting done by our High + i,' !' '!' 1> '! .?- oi. + > + DOCKET WAS UNUSUALLY $

High School was filled with an appre- School amateurs. '
. TEACH IN SAME SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. ciative audience to listen to the beau- Tuesday evening, at eight o'clock, GRADUATES ENTERTAINED.A .
UNTIL LAPSE OF 3 YEARS. tiful music and the splendid bacca- the very impressive graduating CASES TRIE/).

laureate sermon delivered by Rev. T. exercises were held in the high school *

Owing to the heavy business in con- L. Z. Barr, of the Methodist church. auditorium, the stage being appropri- very pleasing feature of com

School board met in regular sessionon nection with the sitting of the circuit The school and combined church ately decorated with the class colorsof mencement week was a dinner party The spring term of the circuit: court t

,-. Monday, May 7, with Messrs. T. B. court, the clerk and auditor of the choirs stirringly rendered, "Happy green and white, cut flowers and given for the graduating class of the for Bradford county Mon- | ;

""..,. Pinholster, chairman; J. E. Douglass county commissioners has only been Greetings to All "Holy, Holy, Holy," palms being used very effectively. The high school by Mrs. Louis H. Hill, of day morning, May 7th Judge J. T. | t

and J. C. McRae present. able to give us the following synop- "America," "Star Spangled Banner," graduating class were Misses Lois and Lawtey, Saturday evening.. Mrs. Hill Wills presiding and State A. I

;') Minutes of preceeding meeting read sis of their May meeting.) The full and "Rejoice, Jehovah Reigns," being Bessie Terry, of Lawtey; Clara Moitt, was assisted in entertaining the young V. Long as prosecutor. Aftlr severalof J

-and approved. minutes will appear in our next issue. accompanied by Mrs. Nellie Hughes, Doris Law, Eunice Robinson and Mr. people by Mrs. J. T. Moore. The din- those drafted as jurymen*had been

The following Special Tax District At 10 o'clock Monday morning, May piano; Miss Marie Livingston, Pitt Drayton Colley, all of Starke. ner was served in five curses and was excused, the following well known

elections were ordered held for the 7, 1917, the board of county commis- Tomlinson and Harry Canova, violins. The following very interesting pro- elegant in its every appointment. The I citizens were drafted as grand jurors -

purpose of electing trustees and levy- sioners was called to order by Chair- Rev. M. M. Fryer, of the Episcopal gram was carried out: only guests were Misses Lois and Bes- : Henry J. Leverett, E. E. Pet

It ing millage for two years: Brooks, man S. T. Dowling with all members church ,made the opening invocation.Mr. sie Terry, Eunice Robinson, Clara ty, W. C. P. Kerce, Jerry Hohannan,

No. 8; Pine Grove, No. 14; and elec- present, to-wit: J. J. Blackwelder, H. Barr chose as his text the 30th PIANO DUETCommander Moitt, Doris Law and Mr. Drayton II. C. Brannen, W. H. Edwards, M. Z.

tion ordered held in Guilford for redding D. May, R. J. Andrews and J. L. Un verse of the 13th chapter of Numbers In Arms Colley, the members of the class of Sullivan, E. E. Harden, James L. Sil-

whether said proposed terri- derhill. "And Caleb stilled the people before Dorothy Edwards and Ethel Griffin 1917. I,cox, Francis M. Dowling. C. E. Harper -

tory will be declared a Special Tax Minutes of last meeting read and Moses, and said, Let us go up at once, Oar Aim: Succeu; Our Hope: To Win Starke is pleased to have Lawtey Chas. M. Dennison, W. M. Over-

I District and for ascertaining millage approved. and possess it; for we are well able to Drayton Colley share the honor of furnishing part of treet, J. L. Whitten, C. A. Beck, PerT -

and trustees for ensuing two years. State pension claims of S. S. Proc- overcome it." In the course of his the graduating class. The misses Ter- I Dover, J. 0. Jchns, Eustis C. Par- .

.ii. On motion matter of furnishing of tor and Julia McCormick were approved. sermon Mr. Barr said that many fail Prophecy ry are residents of Lawtey. rish. j: ;

seats for the Five Mile School was .f\\$ in life because like the spies they fear Mill Lou Terry The Juniors of the Starke High The petit fury consisted oar the following ,,
F laid for further investigation. Names of Julia Lee and Maggie School a reception last evening
over they will not be able to possess the gave gentlemen: R. S. Johns, G. W. !
11 On motion the petition from Davis Bryan ordered placed upon the pauper land and, therefore, do not use their PIANO Minuet (Thursday) for the Seniors, the particulars I Carter, Wm. M. Bryan, HeniV E. Williams J.}

I school relative to appointment of su- roll and paid $2.50 per month each, best efforts to succeed. He remindedthe : of which will appear in our T. E. Lewis, Geo. S. Ehxon! Jas. i
Florence Andrews
refused that Davis also the of Bristol Rice and next issue.
on ground name paid
pervisor graduating class that there are no S. Edenfield, Chas. A. Roberts, James ,
school is located in Heilbronn Special $2 per month. sedan chairs on the rugged road that History Kite, Jr., 'W. E. Bradley. t l

,:j Tax District. Petition of Elizabeth Weathersby leads up to the temple of knowledge, Min Clara Moitt DEATH OF MR. SAPP. A special venire was dawn composed f
'J" Resolution from the patrons trf the referred to S. T. Dowling and reportat
and to succeed in literary attainmentsor of the following citizips: T. N. c
colored school laid for the next of the board. The Woman of Today
Starke was over meeting manual labor it takes earnest, faith- Kendrick: S. F. Morgan, Ki C. Can-
further investigation. Bond of B. Johns for constable for ful work. The world needs workers, Min Bessie Terry }Ir. Leonard L.- app, Sr., died Wed- non, R. T. Thomas G. W. Thomas, D. ,

: Living as we are in a very progres- the 7th election district approved. and the Master himself came not to be PIANO DUET nesday night at his home eight miles W. George, R. F. Merritt, J. [iI. Browning t

- sive age, realizing that the best is Special allowance of $12 was allowed ministered unto but to minister. He Polish Dame west. of Starke, after a lingering ill- J
none too good for our children, we, to S. M. Rowe children for one God The funeral held
urged his hearers not tot leave Misses Lucile Tatum and Anna Canova ness. was Thursday The grand jury completed their work "
the members of the board of public instruction month. .W. T. WEEKS, out of their life plans, but'to strive to afternoon and the body was laid to Tuesday afternoon and wcre'discharg- -

of Bradford county, heartily build character after the pattern of the PIANO SOLO rest at Dyal cemetery.The ed. .1'

endorse the following regulations rec- STAG PARTY AND SMOKER.On I Great Teacher, the meek and lowly Polonaise in A Major deceased was a life-long citizen The civil docket was light and the J

ommended by our county superintendent. Nazarene.The Miss Cleo Mitchell; of this section and was a man of following cases wore disposed of:
the evening of May 1st, Mr. and closing was made by the; highest character. His death ;<>
prayer PIANO SOLO J. A. Tyler vs Seaboard Railway Co.,
1. We hereby put ourselves on rec- Mrs. C. A. Marks entertained in honorof Rev. W. "G. Law, of the First Baptist No. 2 brings sorrow to a large number of trespass on the case damages 250.
Hungarian Rhap.odie ;
ord and notice that we will not the former's birthday, the affair be-
serve church, after which the benedictionwas friends who held him in the highest Verdict for plaintiff, award $75. Mo-
Miss Anna Canova
undergraduate ing a stag party and smoker.
I- employ any graduate or pronounced. esteem. tion by defendant's counsel! for new
from any of our Senior or Junior Punch was served the arriving
Monday evening at 7:45, the follow- Class Poem trial granted.
High Schools to teach in the school or guests and later sandwiches and cof- II
ing beautiful program was rendered: Min Doris Law P. A. B.
!.44'.4'44'.4)4.44'44 Crosby vs C. Mo-idy, Isaac S
schools from which they are graduated fee, and the men spent a most congenial Opening chorus, "We Gather the
.I or have attended as a grade student, evening talking and smoking. Mr.Mark's Blossoms of Spring"-Sixteen Girls. Class Will v <> Moody and G. W. Lewis, assumpsit; J i
of three next after friends presented him with a I 4 HELP THE RED CROSS. <8> damages $250. Judge disqualified.
for a period years Piano Duet, "Flower Song" (Lange) Min Eunice RobinionCOMMENCEMENT ,
4 0 Remington & Evans vs J. C. and Ed
handsome mereschaum and amber ----
attendance of said school or gradua-
-Vivirette and Iris
tion leather case. I Floyd Epperson. ADDRESSDr. '!' The l local Red Cross have collection Byrd. Dismissed by motion of defend-
from same. Piano Duet, "Spring Song" (Men- Harry S. Trusler 9' boxes for tin foil and cash $ ants for want of prosecutio.j.W. .
I 2. We further refuse to employ Among the invited guests were
delssohn-Frances and Florence
I $0 donations at Bessent's cool drink P. Rawleigh Co. vs J: P. Guf-
third grade teachers from other coun- Messrs. G. C. Livingston, DeWitt C. Andrews. DELIVERY OF DIPLOMAS
Matthews A. V. R. I I $ stand and Mitchell's Drug Store. <8> ford, J. L. Gufford L. A. Jones and W. .
ties. Jones, E. S. Long, Acting Song, "Who's Afraid?"- Supt E. R. Poppell .
4 3. We further refuse to employ any A. Weeks, T. J. Griffin, J. H. Ritch, J. Ruth and Isla 3 Contribute your bit by throwing $ A. King, assumpnt; damages 1000.
teachers in our schools who smoke cig- P. Tomlinson, N. T. Ritch, N. Stern- The subject of Dr. Trusler's splen- <$> in your tin foil, and any cash donation <3> Dismissed by agreement of parties and
Piano Solo "Voices of
q arettes, chew 'tobacco, or indulge in berg, F. F. Stump, J .M. Mitchell, A. Davis. Spring"Ruby did address was "The Quest of the 4 will be welcome. settled out of court.Continued .

:, (Continued on Page 8.) M.and Darby Dr. C., R.H. Marney C. Richard, of,Tampa.PSPORCOMBAUINCIIBOATS W. L.. Wall (Tolst-Kate Piano Trio, Young"Camp, Ethel of Glory Griffin,", I!.I I matter"What Golden up Success Fleece"Dr. Trusler Is.or" in In said summing other that words"Suc-the I 0 000000004 4 44,44' 44 4 0 ( on Page Z.)

and Nellie Mott. cess is the approbation of self, society, --- -
Motion Song, "Mary and Marie" I nature and nature's God."

Cleo Mitchell and Anna Canova. Supt. E. R. Poppell, in a well chosen ENGLISH DRIVE STEADILY PUSHING

I Piano Trio, "Pageant" (George i speech, delivered the certificates of

Spaulding)-Margaret Livingston, promotion to the high school and the

Dorothy Edwards and Ethel Griffin. diplomas to the graduating class. GERMANSBACITWITHHUGELOSSES
. HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED BY BOARD Piano Duet, "Santa Lucia Waltz" Those to receive promotion to the

(Weber-Iris Epperson and Joe
High Echool were Levy Canova, Maude -

Wainwright.Piano Manning, Alice Thornton, Annie Lind- -
e. .: ,0, ,. ..' ( .0) ( $) Duet-Maud Williams and Prof. 4,44> 4G04)4-, i 'H u4'404.
and Dowling 'I
Poppell. ,
0 Mrs. Nellie Hughes. Miss Vaughn and Miss Stroman have o $

TESTING EXPERIMENTS EGYPTIAN COTTON TARIFF. Flag Song and Dance-Sixteen Girls every reason to be proud of this large GROUND NEAR FRESNOI OUR NEW STORY.y 4,

& Piano Trio, "Wedding March From graduating class who have worked so 4. 4

'4) Washington, D. C., May 10. & Midsummer Night's Dream" (Mendel- faithfully to attain this honor. Thisis LAVISH EXPENDITURE OF MEN "Inside the Lines," t'hi Tele- 0
SECRETARY DANIELS IS CONFIDENT *. Major E. S. Matthews, ssohn-Misses) Lorena Alvarez, Ruby I, the largest graduating class in the graph's new serial story, starts 4 -

AMERICAN GENIUS WILL 4 Starke, Fla. Poppell and Avery Tison. I history of the school, and we predict AND MATERIAL BY VON KIN- <.?> in this issue and we confidently 4'i ,

CHECK l/NDER-SEA BOATS.WASHINGTON 4' and means Committee i Reading, "The Minuet of Long !for the class of 1917 a bright, useful DENBURG USELESS. believe it will prove intensely interesting 4. .
has reported bill to House carry- <5> ', -Miss Lucile Tatum. Ago"I I and noted future. 6 to our readers. 4

,- May .-Advices & ad valorem on Egyptian cotton. den, Op. 28 (Mendelssohn Bartholdy) proper, came the delivery of several LONDON, May .-Field Marshalvon .g completed we will start another 1
CLARK. Cleo Mitchell Hindenburg's tremendous drive of '?' fine story based on events of the 4
from the naval consulting board concerning FRANK Misses Anna Canova, prizes and honorable mentions for the
., '. made toward findinga 0 0 I and Mrs. Hughes. I term. Prof. Dowling announced that yesterday in an effort to stem the tide 3 great European war. This story 4

solution for the submarine menace, 4) Congressman Clark was received <& Colley, Francis Halligan, Gary Ennis, I Powell, Lois Williams, and Julian Ca- tlefield speedily spent its force and all and will probably be started early 1>'.
referred to in New York yesterday by
'?' in Starke yesterday afternoon. <3> Pitt Tomlinson, Horace Wilson, John nova were on the annual honor roll for his lavish expenditure of men and ma- in October. 4

Chairman W. L. Saunders of the board If the bill reported to the House Powell and Ray Colley. proficiency; in lessons, attendance, de terial bids fair to be wasted. Alreadythe Q Persons who subscribe now will ( .
had not reached the navy department i I British have reacted stronglythat $ get both of these fine stories in <
$ becomes law with the provision $ portment.The so
a The above of the
tonight but were, expected tomorrow. liv for a tariff on Egyptian cotton $ under the, direction of Mrs.-programwas Nelle I.I W. C. T. U. prize of five dollarsin most of the ground lost in the vicinity <* addition to the many good features 4'
Secretary Daniels said that while no'I f '
4' the price of Florida and Georgia -?" Hughes, musical instructor for the gold to the high school pupil who of Fresnoi! has been regained.The ?' of the Telegraph's'news 4'
information made
would be public as i if. '
4. will at 1 should write the best the subject Germans are still clinging to service. 4 ?
which long staple cotton stay a school, and reflects great credit on her I essay on -
to the nature of experiments
0 figure that will make its culture ability. The most mirth provoking of "Why We Should Have National the village itself, but their hold uponit & We are sending sampl copies 4-.
f. have been in progress, he was satisfied is insecure that its 0 of the Telegraph to a large number 4
very profitable, and the long sta- number was the motion "I've Prohibition of the Liquor Traf- so recapture
that American eventually song
., ingenuity <$> pie cotton belt will become one of -*> Lost My Gal," by seven men; I fic," and a prize of two dollars and a the entire restoration of the British S of persons and invite them 1
boats. young
would check the undersea
@' the wealthiest agricultural sections half to the school pupil for position appear imminent.It ,4 to read the first installment of N'
without six: of these were made as colored grammar ,
Mr. however up
Daniels spoke, is a vital necessity for the Ger- ? our new story. If it proves interesting 1-
Q the sub-
Q in the world. was the best short on same
while dressed winsome essay
sports, one as a ..
knowledge of the specific devices withL there ,4 as we are it will,' dusky damsel.A ject. Miss Ella May Long, of the mans to hold fast if they are surf
which the members of the consulting + <( i' '!' i. ,e. + .e' ;- !' ,;, number of the high school pupils, ninth grade, was the winner of the not speedily to lose Lens and its valuable 4 hurry In a remittance fora year's 4'r
L board have been experimenting and hisconfidence coal fields and find their whole 4 subscription in order that '
under the skilleddirection of Miss High School prize, while Oma Clark, l '
was based wholly upon the line in the northern the 6' get the entire story= 4'
.., of the eighth grade, won the grammar sector of may
Sunolia first assistant,
inventiveness naval devices of great promise. Vaughn pre-
record for mechanical
4 1-
'I Franco-Belgian front imperiled. Even In addition to givinga! very
school prize. Others in the high
scientists "This committee was formed at the sented thoroughly delightful play
\\hich A'nrncsn engineers and
more urgently is it for themto complete county news se }.ice the 4'
School who wrote excellent on necessary
entitled "A Case of In papers
with to
time of the break Germany Suspension.
have maintained for ; i' ?
years.A will all tines
hold the French around the great Telegraph at give
take all problems relating to detection this realistic little comedy, the follow- this subject were Drayton Colley, Margaret -
Press over
telegram to the account of all the important 4
Lawrence, Doris Law, Wilbur bend of the line northeast of Soissons, > an nj>re -
and destruction of submarines ing talented people took part:
from Lawrence Addicks of Elizabeth, young
where the German stronghold of Laon, 4 events of the. gr 'at war 4
f the defeat of the and has Misses Anna Canova, Ella May Long Scott and Eunice Robinson. The gram-
\ N. J., chairman of the special naval and torpedo school close seconds Nellie considered by some military critics. 1 in which our country is crow involved 4.
under its direction the various experimental and Aileen Alvarez, young ladies of mar were
problems committee of the consulting 4 t-
the key to the entire German positionin jf
Stearns, Ruby Poppell, Augustus
stations devoted to this work. the seminary; Harold Wall, Gus Beas-
board clear misapprehensions -
to up some northern France, is the French ob i
concerning Mr. Saunder's "In addition to this Mr. Edison is ley and Allan Canova, undergraduatesof Long, and Alice Thornton.Mrs. jective. '!' & J.. t, '., <, >
line of experi- college nearby Miss Hazel Brown J. M. Alvarez presented the !
statements The separately conducting a a ;
: yesterday. meSSlgefoIlows Last attack the French
night by
five dollars in offered the an
gold by
and Everett Waide, of the faculty
ments in his own laboratory, regard- ; U'I
: D. C. for the best examination gave them a line of trenches three- are not actually in possegsioi of it theyat
"I fear of the statements in the ing the results of which I am not qual- Miss Florence Matthews, maid; Wilbur -
some Southern This contest quarters of a mile long on the important least have it well hemmfi in.
on History.
Scott This of i
ified janitor. case sus-
the naval to speak.
morning regarding The German counter-a tacks last
papers high ground above Craonne,
dealt mainly with events and
Mr. Addicks' statement confirms the pension was not in accord with the
consulting board may unwittingly give I I northeast of Chevreux, where they are night were particularly costly and
the War Between the States, touching -
I understanding officials of the depart- usual meaning of the term, but happened '
wrong impressions regarding progress .on subjects of Southern his- (opening up the back road to Laon.The 'heavy, and at no point went they suc-
have had of the being when the professor of the girls'seminary many
submarine ment progress
r-isde the
in combatting I tory Confederate navy, vessels and I Germans have been claiming the retention cessful. Everything irdiczfes that a
menace and that conclusions are likelyto made by the inventors. They have was held in suspension while commanders great military leaders of Chevreux, but the Paris report strong struggle on this, front is regarded -
he drawn that the has been been at work for months on various research being drawn up to a dormitory windowin the
problem and today indicates that if the Frenchwas by both as one of most important -
events. This prize was won by
studies and since the declara- a large basket. The girls thought
f either fully solved or given up as hope- while Nellie Stearns actions of the war,fut it may
less. tion of a state of war with Germany they were hauling up Tom, an under- Augustus Long, t
be before decision
given to Ella May Long, Pitt many days an/
received second prize a book en-.
have redoubled their efforts to find a !;graduate from a nearby college. Great
Made with
Satisfactory Progress titled "Two Great Southerners." Tomlinson, Martha Fripp, Lois Terry, is reached. The detenairsition
"While it is evident that specific in- way to cope with the U-boat menace. I was their dismay when they heard the delivered the Hazel Brown and Avery Tison. which the Germans are;; fiihting and
Dr. A. H. Freeman
voice of their who had chosen
naval professor -
In instances ,
formation as to progress made would many experts I which had This closes the school term of 1916- their strenuous efforts wit guns and
of five dollars in gold
be contrary to public policy at thisI' have been called into consultation by I this means of catching up with their been prize offered by the State Board of 17, which has been an unusually suc- reserves show that the Drtt ourt Que-

time, as chairman of the committee the board members or have aided in I pranks. The girls' bravery and inge- (Health to the pupil who ,should write cessful term. Prof. S. S. Dowling and ant line is regarded by theji as of vital -
of the board with direct experiments. Every precautionhas nuity rose to the occasion, however, and will be
dealing specifically the of "Tu- I|his efficient corps of teachers are to importance otjy sur-
the best subject
in been taken by the department,..1 I when they kept Prof. Edgerton hang- essay on
the marine menace, I feel justified berculosis Its Cause Prevention and ,be congratulated on their excellent rendered in the last extremity.
of ing till he would promise never to report :
however, to prevent any knowledge
that and satisfactory 4
saying good Treatment," Miss Eunice Robinson [work and the progress the school has '
progress has been made and that we them to the faculty. The audi- this Honorable mention made during the past term. Trespass cards for sale; aa? this office.t .
' ,,. have now under practical trial some (Continued on Page 5.) ence greatly enjoyed this well render- von prize. .

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APPORTIONMENT L.81 Bradford Co. Telegraph printing resolutions ceased Starke. Fla. 330mo. It having been shown by affidavit that the -I Warren Varnedoe. == -.. -i I

SEMI-ANNUAL N.CONDUCIOR and paving certificate ___ 68.00 Defendant Warren Varaedoe is a non-resident I It is further ordered that a '.
1 STATE SCHOOL FUND. The council adjourned until May 8t, ORDINANCE NO. 34. of the State of Florida. and that the residence I published in the Bradford Count tbta, Ioue. .;
of said defendant u unknown 'and that there i
An Ordinance making it unlawful for any 1a newspaper published at Sta,. .
1917. C. A. FUTCH. III '
is no in the State of Florida. the ser Florida
person ,
county 114ft
to drive a log-cart. circus I once eiichsecutive week .
Report Shows Increase in Average GAINS POUNDS Town Clerk. wagor rerson or or persona dsk harrow upon. across or over I I vice of a subpoena upon whom said would bind the I weeks.! fur ,abs ': J
said defendant and that defendant is IN WITNESS
Attendance For Past Year. any street or streets of the Town of Starke I WHEltEOF 1 hay"t. -
WORKED the of twenty-one set hand ,
HARD FOR COLORED over age years. my and affixed .
; Floridj. that are paved with brick. an. io- the seal o
SCHOOL. viding a penalty for the violation thereof. I I I It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged cuit Court on this the 21>t daj of 0IIr a.. '.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Town Council -I that the said Defendant. Warren Yarn- D. 1917. II Pril.I.
9-The semi- .
) TALLAHASSEE, May of the Town of Starke Bradford County >edoe do appear to the Complainant's Bill of W. T. ..... _
annual apportionment of school funds CAPT. PARKER SAYS STOMACH The patrons of the R. J. E. graded State of Florida. that from and after the passage 'Complaint herein on or before the 2nd day of I (SEAL) I,"w18.

made State Superintendent of school met Monday night, Apirl 30thto and going into effect of this ordinance it !July. A. D. 1917 in default whereof a decree By R 1chb..
was by A.
.Y and ABOUT PLAYED OUT elect a supervisor. S. E. Franklinwas shall be unlawful for any person or personsto pro confesso will be entered against the said I 4-27-81. ;wju; ,
N. Sheats
Public Instruction W. drive a log cart. circus wagon or disk harrow I I Del" Qet, I
r:- shows a total average attendance in -NOW EATS CABBAGE nominated to run against Rev. J. upon. across or over any street or streets -- =
W. Robinson. Franklin received 5 paved with brick of the Town of Starke Flor-
for the ; ::
; the free schools of the state
Robinson 15 and declared
of The was elected. ida.Section -
six months 144,419 pupils.
J past 2. Any person or persons violating "
amount of money apportioned per cap- HAND."I Rev. Robinson is one of the leading Section 1 of this ordinance shall upon conviction -
: founders of the R. J. E.. He came to be fined not more than one hundred dollars -
S ita the attendance was 144419.
on or imprisoned not exceeding sixty days
The report shows an increase in the Starke in 1909 and after finding this or shall be fined and imprisoned in the discretion .
attendance for the past five have got to hand it to that Tan- people without a school building anda of the Mayor. P. :

average lac, for there is no doubt about it be- few people struggling for one join- Section 3. This ordinance hall! take effect
years of over 44,000 throughout the and be enforced from and after its passage
.- state. The superintendent states that I ing the finest thing ever sold in a drug ed in with them, walking from houseto ,and approval,
store for the that have E. S. MATTHEWS
people any sort house advising and collecting funds -!
this last
in most county appor-
every Attest: President of Council.
tionment brought to the several coun- of stomach trouble or indigestion, for the new school. This did.at first C. A. FUTCH. :..:

ties practically cent of the taxes said Capt. Eugene Parker, a popular seem much discouraging; some said it Town Clerk.
"# every Louisville Nashville Approved by me this 11th day of April A.
and conductor could
T: that had been collected therein under -I I I not be done, for others had tried D. 1917. THEUNIVERSALCARWherever I

. the Or\ -mlll state school tax as I running between Birmingham and and failed, therefore they could not JOE HILL WILLIAMS "

sessment. Some complaint had been Montgomery, and who lives at 417 do anything until the building was 4-lJ-St. (Copy) Mayor. .,

made in the past year that the school Sixth Avenue, Inglenook. well under way. He asked them when NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I -.

:; enrollments in some counties being out "Why, the way it straightened me did they expect to begin it, as the UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. Ford cars have pioneered, !

out in just a short time," he contin- county was only to 40 cents the LAWS OF FLORIDA. '
pay on It is the
: '. of proportion to the taxable values Notice u hereby given that W. C.Foster Ford service has kept pace. factor -
ued, "is a mystery, and it has done for dollar. The time for the school term
from which the tax was collected, received Company of Chicago Ill., purchuer'of Tax
which the relat-
several times the amount actually me what nothing else I have ever tried was only a few months off.. it being Certificate No. 15, dated the 3rd day of August strengthens personal

collected when the apportionments would do. I had mighty near got to July. Rev. Robinson conferred withR. my .office A. D.and 1914.has has made filed application said certificate for tax in ion between Ford owners and the Com-

,c r where I didn't need to go to the table M. Ellerson, A. 0. Jenkins, and deed to issue in accordance with law. Said
were made. Other counties received pany. To get the best possible service from
-.- any more, so far as eating was concerned they agreed to see that he school house certificate embraces the following described 1
far less than under
they paid situated in Bradford County
property Florida Ford it here when it needs
'<' this assessment It that the for I could not eat anything was built by October 15th of the same to-wit: your car, bring

.".- apportionments is more appears nearly equal after I got there. If I did, I had to year, whether any one paid a nickelor NWtf of NWU Sec. 21. Tp. 6, S. R. 18 E, attention and get the benefit of Ford supervision
containing 40 acres more or less.
to the amounts collected at this time. pay dearly for it in a little while, for not. The plan was drawn up for a The said land being assessed at the date of throughout. We use the genuine

> my stomach had about played out alto- building 30x40x20 and estimate of cost the issuance of such certificate in the name of
The is follows
report as : gether. was made and bill was given to G. C. J. L. Harden. Unless said certificate shall Ford parts and give you the benefit of the
Hon. Ernest Amos be redeemed according to law, tax deed
"There was a continual soreness in Livingston & Co., and other lumber- will issue thereon on the 14th day of May A. regular standard Ford prices. .

Comptroller. my stomach and Ithought sometimesit men with Robinson Jinkins and D. 1917. .
Sir-I have .this day made the following -I must be abscess. liver EI- Witness my official signature and seal this Touring Car $360, Runabout $345, Sedan
an lerson
My -
responsible for the work. On
the 10th day of April. A D. 1917. .
semi-annual of
apportionment was right and there was not a day October 15th the building was ready W. T. WEEKS $645, Coupelet $505, Town Car $595 .

the apportionment state one-mill$147,000.tax. The Amount for but what I had to get something from for use and is said to be the finest (SEAL) Bradford Clerk County Circuit Florida.Court all f. o. b. Detroit. On display and for sale!
average the drug store for headache and to settle ored school in the cOI-I' By R. A. WEEKS. ,

attendance of pupils for the year 1915- my stomach. I never had much county.A 4-13-51. Deputy Clerk. by I

16 being 144,419. This permits of a life in me and had fallen off a great A. W. and G. A. ANDERSON
per .capita apportionment of $1. deal. I was in a badly run down + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888, Starke Fla. :

Average Amount shape generally and hardly fit to do + LEGAL NOTICES + LAWS OF FLORIDA. ,
AttendAppor- Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster
County tioned my work. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .fninnanv-- of Diicaeo. III.. nurchaser of Tax
ance -
"About three weeks ago a friend of I Certificate No. 130 dated the 3rd day, of August
Alachua ____________ RESOLUTION.
5,710 $ 5.710
asked D. 1914 had filed said certificate in
mine my why I didn't try this WHEREAS. the Town Council of the Townof
: Baker ______________ 920 920 Tanlac he had Starke did by Ordinance No. 90 provide for I my office and has made application for tax
as used it and foundit "
r deed to :ssue in accoi dance with law. Said ,
_______ ____ certain construction of Street Improvementswithin
Bay ____1,762 1,762 to be the very thing he needed, so said( Town. and. certificate embraces the following described

,;;' Bradford ___________3,002 3,002 I took him up on his suggestion and WHEREAS some of the said work has been property situated in Bradford County Florida

Brevard ____________1,358 1,358 the completed and accepted by the Town and. to-wit'l, : .
stopped at Anderson Drug Com WHEREAS. S of NE'i and EU of NEW of NW'i
Broward ___________ 841 841 an assessment roll was prepared Sec 36, S.
pany in Inglenook and bought two by i A. F. Harley Town Engineer which said Tp. 6. R. 22 East containing 100
} Calhoun _________ __ acres more or less.
1,332 1,332 bottles of assessment roll indicated the names of the own-
it, but I must I never The said land
say being assessed at the date of
Citrus ____ ___ era of the property if known the descriptionof
__ 955 955
looked for it to do me any good, as so the property abutting said improvements the issuance of such certificate in the name of
f. Clay ____________-__1,004 1,004 many things had been recommendedto to: be assessed the number of front feet the lot L. M. Little. Unless said certificate shall

t. Columbia __________3,161 3,161 or parcel of land contains the amount Jlt'rfront tie redeemed according to law tax deed
I tried will issue
me and them all without any foot chargeable thereto and the total thereon on the 14th day of May. A.
Dade _______________3,264 3,264 benefit. amount to be so specifically assessed and D. 1917.

DeSoto __________-4,229 4,229 "Well I WHEREAS. said assessment roll was by Witness my official signature and seal this
am afraid some people the 10th day of April A D. 1917. -
I Duval _____________10,648 10,648 resolution of this council passed on the 3rd
won't believe W. T. _
it, but it is'a fact thatI day of April A. D. 1917. formally adoptingthe WEEKS. -
.:: Escambia ---_______6,247 6,247 can prove. After I had used those assessment roll of the Town of Starke, and Clerk, Circuit Court, -

Franklin ___________ 619 619 two WHEREAS. said resolution did further fix. (SEAL) Bradford County, Florida.
bottles I weighed and found I the amount chargeable to each lot parcel of By R. A. WEEKS.

Gadsden ____________3,945 3,945 had actually gained 18 pounds. It land described in said assessment roll.or the drf- 4-13-St. Deputy Clerk. ,< .

Hamilton _._________1,977 1,977 mite amount per front foot as contained. inlaid j :.-'
just straightened out stomach in
my roll. NOTICE OF
: Hernando ________? 924 924 no time and since I took the first doseI WHEREAS and notice was published together... UNDER SECTION APPLICATION 8 OF CHAPTER FOR TAX 4888 DEED If you want the :

Hillsborough _______11,785 11,785 have had had to take anything for with copy of said resolution embodying information LAWS OF FLORIDA. 5Highest !j1"'s

I Holmes ____________2,424 2,424 headache."I a ,I contained in the assessment roll once I Notice is hereby given that W. C' Foster
each week for two consecutive weeks in the !Company of Chicago. 111., purchaser of Tax !
Jackson ____________6,689 6,689 have the finest kind of an appe- Bradford County Telegraph and. Certificate No. 190, dated the 3rd day of August :

Jefferson ___________2,915 2,915 tite and WHEREAS. said resolution and notice contained A. D. 1914 has filed said certificate in QualityPrinting
now can eat anything. The the said information office and has .
above described my made
application for tax
T_ Lafayette _________1,128 1,128
other day out on the road our supplies and advised the property owners that this deed to issue in accordance with law. Said -I.
Lake ---___i________2,153 2,153 I had low and I had council would meet on the 8th day of May. certificate embraces the following described
run salt
Lee ________________1,484 1,484 and 1917. and consider any objections that might property situated in Bradford County, Florida, :
pork cabbage cooked upon the caboose be filed by any such property owner who to-wit:
Leon -______________3.178 3,178 and I ate it like a section hand 'should be dissatisfied or object to any assessment W'i of NEV; of NE 4 and NWI4 of NEt !
Levy ____1,888 1,888 or apportionment thereof proided such and Wt.. of W'i of SWV4 of NEU and NW "
,. !and enjoyed every mouthful of it. Thatis objections were filed with said Town Clerk be. and NWJ4 of SW',4 and W>J of "
SW'4 of
Liberty ____________ 717 717 'going some' for a man who had fore the 8th day of May 1917. in writing j SWtf Sec. 9, Tp. 8, S. R. 22 East, containing .-1', ;....!,

:, Madison --__________3,603 3,603 and, I J2PO! acres more or less.
r'j;; .. -Manatee- _2.60Q < stomach trouble. hut. it did not hurt WHEREAS. it annears that no written oh. 'I The said land beinz assessed at_, the n__ itnfa__._ __f at Least Cost :
----------- 2.60Q j I
; me one bit. jections have been filed with said Town Clerkto the issuance of such certificate! in the name of I
.. Marion -......?-?-__4,982 4,982 any assessment or assessments as providedby Unknown. Unless said certificate shall
"I notice
.1' Monroe! ..1,705 I' I sleep a great deal better said resolution and assessment roll. be redeemed according to law, tax deed
-------- -
.. 1,705 I now and am just about 100 per cent NOW. THEREFORE. DE IT RESOLVED. by will issue thereon on the 14th day of May, A. .
Nassau =.___________1,781 1,787 in better I {he Town Council of the Town of Starke that D. 1917, try us. :
shape really I I
? Okaloosa _____ _1,616 1,616 every way. I511 the assessments as made and computed by Witness my official/ signature 'lind seal this
---- believe Tanlac is the best remedy in said A. F. Harley. Town Engineer, and as the 10th day of April A D. 1917. :

: Orange ____________2,635 2,635 the world and there are a lot of other /contained in said assessment roll prepared by W. T. WEEKS. 'I

Osceola ..___________1,277 1,277 people out my who think! the him and adopted by former resolution of this Clerk, Circuit Court. We print Any thing from a ;
way Council, be and the same hereby are ratified. (SEAL) Bradford County Florida.
Palm Beach _____ __1,733 1,733
same thing." confirmed and approved as being the just and By R. A. WEEKS. card to
Pasco ______________1,539 1,539 Tanlac is sold by leading druggistsof equitable amounts properly chargeable against 4-13-Et Deputy Clerk. Visiting a Catalogue

:r Pinellas ____________3,253 3,253 leading cities in the South; by D. C. abutting the different said improvements pieces of property according fronting to their and NOTICE ;1
i: Polk _______ _____ APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
6,156 .
6,156 Cason in Starke; in Lake Butler by respective frontage and benefits accruing thereto UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888.

Putnam ___________2,396 2,396 Tomlinson-Maines Drug Company; in by reason. and.of the consb uction of said improvements LAWS OF FLORIDA. The 'I

St Johns ___________2,037 2,037 Hampton by the Hampton Pharmacy; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the said Company Notice U of hereby Chicago given Ill.,that purchaser W. C of Foster Tax '1.-- .

: St. Lucie ----------_1,557 1,557 in I.awtey by the Cash Drug Store; in Town Council that none of the said assessments Certificate No. 192 dated the 3rd day of Au '

Santa Rosa _______-_2,270 2,270 Raiford by the Weaver Drug Company U more against than the any equitable piece of proportion property assessed of the I gust.office A. D.and 1914 has, has filed said certificate in Bradford County Telegraph : i
my made
Seminole -__________1,763 1,763 : in Worthington by R. T. Taylorand benefit conferred by said improvements deed to issue in accordance application with law.for Said tax

Sumter ________1,551 1,551 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that notice certificate embraces the
---- in Sampson C. following described
City A. Smith. .
be the .
given to
property owners of the ;
Suwannee --_______3,679 3.679 -Advertisement.CITY of this resolution and said notice shall passage to-wit property: situated. in Bradford County. Florida, Starke, Fla. ::'

Taylor _____________1,235 1,235 give the date of the confirmation of said assessments SW'4 and NWU of SEVi Sec. Iii, Tp. 8. S.
and that the property owners hall have R. 22 E,
Volusia containing 200
_3,315 3,315 acres more or less.
----------- the
right to
pay up said assessments within
COUNCIL MEETING. The said land
Wakulla__________ 945 945 thirty (30) days after the first publication of the issuance of such being certificate assessed in at the the date of -.-- yol
Walton ___ _2,264 2,264 said notice without interest otherwise said N. P. Cantben. Unless said certificate _-
-------- shall .
assessments hall be a first lien against -- --- -
: Washington ________2,256 2,256 The city council met in regular session so assessed as provided in Ordinance property No.- will be redeemed issue thereon accordinlf on-the- 14tb tn u day.'of 0..1..1-May. A. Iv_: .... -.-

May 1st, with the following mem- to. D. 1917. : :
Adopted at an adjourned meeting of the
Totals _________144,419 144,419 bers present: E. S. Matthews, chair- Town Council held May 8th. 1917.E. the Witness 10th my official signature and teal this
day of ,April. A D. 1917.
Amount for apportionment $147,000; man; J. W. Andrews, Jr., D. C. Jones Attest S. MATTHEWS W. T. WEEKS do .:;

balance unapportioned $2,581. and J. W. White. C.:A. FutcK. Chairman of Council. Clerk Circuit Court so many
Minutes of last meeting were read Town Clerk. 5.11itNOTICE By Bradford R A.County WEEKS, Florida., Why

and approved.Bill --- --- 4135t. Deputy Clerk. ,
DR. PORTER TO ENTER MILITARY of J. P. Robinson for services OF ELECTION. people go to :

SERVICE. night watchman at the water and Starke, Fla.. May i. 1917. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED -
By the power vested In them by the School UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888.
plant referred to Mr. Jones for inves- Laws of Florida the Board of Public Instrue- LAWS OF FLORIDA. the k
: tigation.The tion of Bradford County hereby order an elec Notice is hereby given that W. C Foster
WASHINGTON, May 7.-Dr. Jo- tion: held in Pine Grove Special Tax School Company, of Chicago, 111.. purchaser of Tax
seph Y. Porter, state health officer of street committee was instructedto District No. 14. on the 2nd day of June A. D. Certificate No. 185 dated the 3rd day of Au- I
*' Florida, also an officer in the medical look after hauling of trash by the 1917 for the election of three trustees for two gust.office A. D. 1914, has filed said certificate in Andrews Mercantile Company .
years and to determine the amount of millage my and baa made application for tax
department of the U. S. army, was in city scavenger. to be assessed. J. M. Futch, B. J. Rosier and deed to iajue in accordance with law. Said '" .

t the city last week attending confer- Bills of Eureka Fire Hose Mfg. Co., H. GrifTis appointed as managersE. certificate embraces the following described '
a the
at Brick
property situated Store
and the Frederick Disinfectant Co. R. POPPELL. in Bradford County Florida, ,
ence with the surgeon general of the 6-1 1-41. Secretary. to-wit: ,: .
public health service. Dr. Porter will laid over to the next meeting.The I SE>4 of NW i and W% of NW% and SWU .

soon be called to the colors again by following bills were paid: Statement of the Ownership. Management Etc. Sec.more 3 or, Tp.less 8, S. R. 22 E. containing 10 acres < .

I: being placed on the active list and as- General Fund Required by the Act of Congress ..fAa..t The said land being assessed at the date of The is '
reason to all
signed to duty. It is also learned that Bradford Co. Telegraph publishing __ 9.00 24, Hi: the l issuance of such certificate in the name of see new goods. They are ,.
W. L. Wall fire chief ________-_______ 8.00 Bradford County Telegraph published N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shall well
the surgeon-general of the army will E. B. Shipman tut chief _____-_______ 1.50 State weekly at Starke. Fla.. for April 1. 1917: be redeemed according to law, tax deed certainly worth seeing.

recommend this assignment Evident- Will Moitt do _______________________ 6 BOChaa. of Florida County of Bradford- will issue thereon on the 14th day of May. A. : '_
t Ensey fireman ._________________ 4.00 Before me, a notary public in and for the D. 1917. You .
f ly he does not agree with the present Willie Baisden do ___________-_______ 2.00 state and county aforesaid, personally appear. I I Witness my official signature and seal this can get anything that you call for there and

[ governor_of Florida that Dr. Porter Marklev Johns do __________u______ 4.00 ed H. E. Larenrren. who having keen- duly ,the 10th day of April A ..p17.. EVERY THING is GOOD
is too old for his lialvin George do --__________--_____ 5.00 he sworn according to l law, deposes and says that w.i; WEEKS too. >
service to is
country, Drew Alvarez do u__________________ 1.00 the manager of the Bradford County Telegraph Clerk Circuit Court ..
especially as a recent medical examination Allan Canova do ___________________ 4.00 and that the following is. to the best (SEAL) Bradford County. Florida.! They sell FLOUR at CLOSE
f. I of the doctor by an and Harold Wall do _______________:_____ 4.00 of his knowledge and belief, a true statementof By B. A. WEEKS. a price and try to J
army GUI Beasley do ....................__ 4.00 the ownership management etc., of the -l-5t. Deputy Clerk. keep in stock "'-
:: navy surgeon finds him in excellent Chas. Beasley do _____________-__.____ 4.00 aforesaid publication for the date shown in what the farming people use. ifi
physical condition and certifies that Cliff Chaneey do ______________-_______ 1.00 the above caption required by the act of August NOTICE OF
r.. he is fit for service. Chas Cameron do ____________________ 4.00 24. 1912. embodied in Section 443. Postal UNDER APPLICATION TOR TAX DEED Among other things BACON, SUGAR, RICE, '
military Roy Turner do _____.________...____ 2.00 Laws and Regulations. SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. ;
Jim Kickliter do _____________________ 2.00 1. That the name and addresses of the pub- Notice LAWS OF FLORIDA. HAY, OATS and SWEET FEED. -
: BLANDING REMAINS HEAD OF Bank of Starke Apr. pay roll ________ 5 00 isher. editor managing editor and business Company,Is of hereby given that W. C Foster '7
manager are: Chicago, Ill purchaser if".
of Tax I
J. W. Andrews Jr.. mem council ______ 4.00S.
i THE SECOND REGIMENT A. Bryan do _____________u______ 2.00D. Publisher E. S. Matthews. Starke. Certificate. A. D.No. 26, dated the Srd day of August They carry a line of STETSON hats and the BEST
C. Jones do _____________________ 4.00 Editor. E. S. Matthews, Starke. office 1914 has filed said certificate in :f
E.: S. Matthew do ____-______________ 4.00J. Managing Editor H. E. Lagergren Starke. deed my to issue and has made application for tax suits made. '

: TALLAHASSEE, May 7.-COl. A. W White do ___________________ 4.00A. 2.Business That Manager E S .Matthews. Starke. certificate in accordance with law. Said .,
S. Crews treas lalal'J'u__________ 7.50 the owners are: embraces the following described
I H. Blanding, of the Second regiment, Joe Hill Williams mayor's fees ______ 1.00 E. S. Matthews Starke Fla. property lo-wit situated in Bradford County Florida, All kinds :

: Florida National Guard, has been exonerated Sila Kite salary and fees ____________ 56.20 3. That the known bond holders mortga- SW?: of SE of DRESS GOODS, SILKS, MIDDY 1.-'
Ed Burnsed do ______________________ 50.00C. rees and other security holders owning or holding and % See. 22, Tp. Ii, S. R. 20 East /. "
of any charge, rumored or I per cent or more of total amount of containing 40 acres more or less. BLOUSES. All kinds
A. Futch clerk's fees _____________ 23.70 The said of HARDWARE and FARM
otherwise reported, that would cause Starke Tel. Co. phone rent _________ 1.50 tonds. mortgages or other securities are: the issuance land being assessed at the date of :7.
E. S. Matthews. acting _______. 2.00 Mergenthaler Linotype Co.. New York N. Y. of such certificate in the name of IMPLEMENTS.
: his martialed and mayor Mre. Charlotte
being court removed J S. Thompson witness fee ________ .50 J. H. Schroeter &: Bro.. Atlanta. Ga. R. Coffin. Unless said certificate c\

from the command of his regiment. John Griffis do ___________._____? .60 H. E. LAGERGREV. will hall be redeemed according to law, tax deed ..
This report is confirmed officially by Tom Hemingway do .._______________ .60 Sworn Manager. D. 1917.issue thereon on the 14th day of May A. .- ,
H. D. Hemingway do ____ ________ .50 to and subscribed to before me this DON'T :
a letter received Saturday by Colonel M. Cameron do ______-___-___________ .60 4th day of April. 1917. D E. KNIGHT the Witness my official signature and seal this MISS SEEING THE NEW STOCK '' \
t Blanding, who was at the capital, from W. J. Epperson do _______________ .50 SEAL) Notary Public. 10th day of April. A D. 1917. :
A. P. Hoffman do _______________ .50 My commission expire Sept. 10, 1918. W. T. WEEKS. OF HATS '

. Adjutant-General B. Christian. R. W. Moseley do ___________________ 50 (SEAL Clerk, Circuit Court :.
.:- Allen do ____________________ 60 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF FINAL ) Bradford County. Florida! .,......'
W. 0.W. SPECIAL MEETING. C.,H. Clarke do ______________-______ 50 SETTLEMENT. -13-5t.. By R. A. WEEKS.
NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8. Deputy Clerk. i:. >;

Total ----------------_____________$235.10 1917. I will present to the County Judge of
Starke Camp Woodmen of the World lUad and Bride Find Bradford County Florida, my final account BILL FOR DIVORCE. Andrews
,. meeting tonight Bank of Starke Apr pay rolls J _-____ 42.16 and vouchers of the estate of Calvin Mott. deceased In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit of I Mercantile Company I\
wil hold a special and apply for the approval of Florida. I
J. W. Andrews hauling ____________ 62.10 same Bradford County.
(Friday) for the purpose of drilling.All Quigley Lumber Co. lumber _________ 4.93 and. for my final discharge as such administrator. Effice Varaedoe

members requested to be present. W. F. Mott sea work ______________ 80.00 I vsWarren
,' Dated this the 30th day of March A. D. Varnedoe. Raiford Fla.r ;r

ALBERT DUBOSE. I' Total ---_______________________ li9.18 1917. Bill for Divorce .
Clerk. Notice U Appear.
B nd Fuse
F" Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott de To barren Varaedoe Greeting: =-

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The truth has been pounded home JEALOUS HUSBAND flUES FOUR .
AWES ARE IN URGENT NEED OF AID that the Teutonic forces still have in SHOTS AT WIFE.: t

t News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. reserve a large amount of fighting

I FROM U. S. MUST AID IN EVERY %WAY power sistance.and The are conviction capable of of years the of visit-re- TAMPA, May 7.-Enraged with
jealously because his girl wife refus- 1

[Live State News]| ; I have ing experts emphasized, a conviction to United which States they of- td ing tc with promise other him men she, would Pedro quit'Alvarez flirt- :

-- ficials, is that the Germans are goingto r
'shot her three times at their home on
T old by Our Exchanges. Entente Nations Compelled fir employ their still great powers of Twelfth avenue tare Saturday night,
resistance to the limit. There is not
ties for
eventually breaking down the
.1 I and the is in
woman a precarious con
Put Heavy War Burden on observable, it has been explained,
/ blockade, but officials now are convinced any dition. Alvarez surrendered
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The United States. that it is imperative to get the ships disposition on the part of the Germansto neighbor who investigated hearing
has recently ted by the for patrol of become upMi -
COCOA-This city just government into the water much sooner than had disheartened because'of the shots and state that ater
bought a new $5,000 chemical fire the defensive areas announced in the planned. To increase the trans-At- the increased number of enemies. try-
to with her refusal
ing reason ,
engine, which will be part of their president's proclamation, to serve until .CENTRAL'POWERS ARE FAR lantic tonnage the board also is striv- I How much longer this country will made him "blind with anger hen," and he .
the mosquito fleet of submarine chas have to remain under i
volunteer fire department.TALLAHASSEE.The ing to put the German and Austrian arms depends frhoL .
ers can be supplied the various har- FROM BEING DEFEATED ships into service almost entirely upon the speed with
as quickly as possible -
bors. The woman, still in her teens, has,
bill creating and to transfer to foreign tradeas which a properly trained and equipped to Alvarez beer
according flirtingwit
the many as practicable of the coastwise army is put into the field. The war i
Flagler county by incorporating UNITED STATES MUST THROW ha number of men, ev, n<>o muchso
southern end of St. Johns and the PLANT CITY.-Friday, Saturdayand and Great Lakes steamers, and can be won in three years, the for- that one of her "beaux" ; of-
.... northeastern corner of Volusia with Monday fifty carloads of vegeta- more energetic steps than ever in that eign experts declare, provided the fered the opportunity to : her, I
Bunnell as the county seat was signedby bles moved from this city, potatoes DIERS, SUPPLIES, DOLLARS direction are looked for. United States puts every ounce of its Alvarez agreeing for her haziness marry to i
leading, cucumbers second beans Early action on food control legislation vast potential energy into war prep-
Governor Catts Saturday morning.ST. I corn AND ENERGY-COMMISSIONS grant her a divorce to make The mar ,
is forecasted aration, and becomes ready within the I
and squish coming in order. and thereprobablywill
I riage possible refused.
AUGUSTINE.-The railwaycar The freight shipments were: Friday, HAVE BARED ALL SECRETS.. be more urgent appeals to the next year or eighteen months to send Alvarez had, recently returred home j.
16 cars; Saturday, 17 cars, and Mon farmers to develop agricultural resour- troops abroad to re-enforce the men
is the Florida From New York and had decided to
shortage reaching of France and England. Should go I
,day, 7 cars. The express shipments ces to their utmost, as-well as legis- power
East Coast. There has been consider- WASHINGTON 9. The the United States the "muddling" back to New York. lie deu(mined to
I were heavy, aggregating about ten May gi- lation looking toward the curtailmentof repeat effect J I I
of late shippers make one more effort to reconciliation .
able complaint among gantic burden of furnishing the sin- that characterized the a -
cars for the three days. Beans are the billions of bushels of grain that war
ard receivers of shortage of cars ews of war with which to the preparations of Great Britain the he claims, and gang home '
diminishing in quantity, due mainly to carry on go to the breweries and distilleries of war I
makes it difficult to move the-: asked her to lay their eightet'r-month-
which conflict between the Entente for five
dry weather, and the market is steady powers the country, for the manufacture of may drag on years. i.
freight. -prices ranging from $1.10 to $1.25. and the mighty empire of Germanyand spirits and malt liquors. Such is the state of fact laid before old baby on the bed while tlwy talked

The market meakened considerable on her allies has been shifted from United States to Furnish Money the high officials of the United States over matters. .

DANIA--The over-ripe stock of potatoes, and for two days has been .he shoulders of the Old World to thoseof The United States wil be called upon by the military and economic expertsof It was following; this conversation r

tomatoes in the Dania and Davie districts from $1.50 to $1.60. Cucumbers also the new. The arrival of the Brit- to finance the Allies to the extent of at Great Britain and France, who have that Alvarez firc-d four slot one going fi

will not be wasted this year. are down, prices on the platform be- ish and French missions in the United least $400,000,000 and possibly $500- volunteered their services, advice and wild, One entered the head just i

Plans have been made for opening a ing from 50 to 60 cents. Corn is still States and their frequent conferenceswith 000,000 a month. The estimates, still experience' in the working out of a cooperative under the left eye, and two owners took i

tomato paste and catsup factory in bringing $1.25 to $1.75, tomatoes $2, the executive heads of the Amer- incomplete, indicate that Great Britain war program. effect in her right arm 'shoulder. i st

this place. This catsup factory together though offerings are yet light, and ican nation, including all branches of will require about $250,000,000 monthly -j .

with the factory now runningat ;squash is still around 40 to 50 Tents. the military service, show the seriousness ; France, $125,000,000; for Russia, PHYSICIANS MAKING INCREASES Perfectly Comprehensible.

Deerfield will take care of the I of the situation.The a sum undertermined but up to $100- following jpt't't'h"Ii" made bya 1.1.The
of the off-size and commissioners, striking straight WASHINGTON, May 9.-From to-
greater portion over I PENSACOLA.-Walter Bonner 000,000 a month, depending largely lawyer on behalf of his client whose i
ripe tomatoes in this county. Lillie Bonner Boras arrestedin and from the shoulder, have not minced upon the ability of manufacturingplants lay on, add to the cost of high living, cow had been killed by n t*uln: "If 1 .1'
ne were words. have told the illness. The of sick is '
United cost being
They keep-
in this :
country to meet her de-
this city the latter part of the week the train hud been run us it should have
States that the whole-hearted coopera- mands, mostly for supplies other than ng pace with the cost of living and been If the bell had been
SANFORD. is estimated that and held for Sheriff Harvell the ran or rungas
tion of America is needed to stave off dying. Physicians' associations in
the vegetable crop in the Sanford section : charge being lodged against them of I I foodstuffs and munitions; for Italy, sev- it should hate been rau ';or if the
the famine with which the entire worldas about eral parts of the country are putting
will yield at least two and one- miscegnation. Bonner being white $50,000,000 a whistle had been blown ast! should
a well Europe is threatened. ..to effect new scale of prices for
as They a
fourth million dollars. Of this amountthe man and the woman he married beinga Should these requirements me met have been blew, both of \\Klei! they did
have intimated that the submarine professional visits. Not satsified with ,
celery crop brought about one and mulatto.. This marriage was in their entirety, the $3,000,000,000 neither, the cow would n<-t Slave been
per- the
warfare, instituted by Germany, is enormous and often unreasonable.
three-fourths million dollars. More formed in Milton about two weeks available for loans to the Allies wouldbe I Injured when she was killi"1
ago wiping shipping from the seas at the fees at present, their fees are to be
than 300,000 crates of celery have already the women being so light complexioned exhausted in from six to seven
been shipped.. The sign Celery that her race was not detected at .. rate of nearly 1,000,000 tons a month, months. It is likely, however, that the ractically doubled. 4v40464 C 1, ...3,, .
and that the United States must build
Town should never have been taken the time. Following their marriage estimates can be pared down to a I i
of have
ships at once. They
down at Sanford. they returned to Pensacola where they point where the huge loan could bb

were living together at the time of the ington impressed that upon Germany the officials is far at from Wash be- made to cover a much longer period, The Beauty Secret. J. R. David

arrest. When arrsted by the Escambia possibly a year. The program calls I
FT. MYERS.-The suggestion to ing a beaten nation and that the Stars
cold means of saving authorities they stated they were mar- for the expenditure of virtually every Ladies desire that irresistible 44i
as and
use storage a Stripes, supported by an immense dollar of the borrowed in this & Company
ried in Milton.
Sheriff Harvell money
is good one, and the was with the charm-a good
seed potatoes a army, must fly Tri-color and
announcement simultaneously that arrangements communicated with and the record of Union Jack if ultimate is be country for foodstuffs, munitions, coal,
victory to clothing s'.4 I, complexion. Of course
railway equipment and other -I.
have been made with the marriage substantiated. The achieved. The United States must i
supplies. do wish others
Fort Myers Ice & Electric Company laws in this state are very strict fling into the breach the full strengthof ,1.-- they not
whereby the cold storage plant of this against the 'mixing of the races by her wonderful resources, skilled All Allied Nations in Need (4 to know a beautifier INSURAN4E

company will be at the disposal of the marriage and as a result Bonner and workmen, immense shipping facilitiesand Representations have been made to ; 1 has been used so they

farmers is an important one. Herewe his 'wife were brought back to Milton the products of her fields and fac- the United States government that a f buy a bottle of i

have an example of cooperationthat and placed in jail where they will be tories if democracy is to triumph over heavy burden would be lifted from Starke, :-: Florida \ ,
held pending the action of the grand French shoulders if could be
is bound to prove beneficial to the plutocracy and a military-ridden Eu- way t
farmers. This is effective cooperationand jury. rope is to be freed. found to furnish France with from Magnolia BalmI .O.OM2414i 4i4I4344 4e: S

the same kind can be made to apply Seek a Complete UnderstandingWhen $200,000,000 to $220,000,000 monthly, Ul..cvlD FACE POWDERand I :.r-;

in other things. Indeed it oughtto MARIANNA. report reached the the French mission left Paris designed to cover her expenses, not UM according to simple dire ion.. Improve'
prevail in everything. city Sunday that a corpse had been with unlimited powers to negotiatewith only in the United States, but a por- ment i. noticed at once. Soothing cooling and
tion of those in other countries. The refreshing. Hula Sunburn.MOpe Tan. Optician Test
found floating in the Apalachicola riv- the United States on all subjects !
credit of Great Britain, it is pointedout Pin*. Whl,.,. R.Rel JACKSON VI LLErFftBroken .,
er near Blountstown. It was that ofa -military, naval, financial and ccono-
MIAMI. A riot at the city mail JlrtcL
near I would be further 75c. at'DrugfliU or ty
enhanced if the
I white man, a stranger in that vicin- nomic-it was believed that little more Lenses
hall Wednesday morning was quelled Du cote.,
American Sample (either color) for 2c. Staap.
I could relieve
government J.
by the timely action of the police when ity. The appearance of the corpse was would be required of it in this coun- Same>ay as Recie .dWeSptaditecnffaiI0rders.W .
I the British government of the necessity LyonMff.Co.. 40 South Fifth St..Brooklyn.N.Y.
I that the of medium than to salute France's broth-
a number of tax payers who had heard man was height, try new of credit .. Ft Postat.e l 1
furnishing to France for 14011' rOBSYTM It
that the city council had ordered the about 40 year old, weighed 150 pounds er-in-arms. The mission has found, supplies in /
coal black hair two front teeth however, that definite and purchased Great Britain.
books closed that crowded upper specific understanding -
tax on day, And British credit, it is pointed out, FREE OF CIIARd :.
000000000049 .
into the clerk's office and learned that missing and had been in the water for concerning the war v
is needed now as never before for car- Why suffer with indigestijn, dyspepsia .
He in desired that 0
their tardiness would cost them 2 many days. was dressed a hunt- against Germany was ;
over and above the regular sum percent ing coat and overalls. There was no the United States, once the die had tion.rying the war to a successful termina-. 0 STARKE torpid liver, consUr ton, sour

for taxes. City Clerk W. B. Moorewas doubt that he was the victim of foul been cast, was bent upon the fullest A FRATERNAL DIRECTORY stomach, coming-up-of-foo-after-eat-
all but mobbed, and he declares play as the head was badly beaten but measure of co-operation possible. Italy's chief concern is with her 0 ing, etc., when you can gj. a sample

that but for the fortunate installationlast the skull unbroken! and a long gash This position has met with the most foodstuffs and coal supplies. The sit- <3> F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. bottle of Green's August free
of the iron grating over the in the tide. This latter, however, was cordial reception at the hands of the uation there is said to demand relief as 0 35. Meets every second and at C. P. Cason's drug store. medicine -.
he be not deemed fatal. The perpetratorsthen commission and the visit of the delegation soon as it can be furnished, as the sup- 0 fourth Monday nights. 0 has remarkable cura -
counter in the might now taking up though to conceal the crime by I seems destined to be prolongedfor ply of coal, obtained from Great Brit- 0 0 ties, and has demonstrated lower -
city hospital.
space Finking the bodv in the river, as one weeks, while great and mighty issues ain normally, has fallen to a point 0 I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. cy by fifty years of sure -

parts: ley; w. s' fastened at the ankle are being discussed and final action where it probably will have to be replenished Meets every Tuesday night. aches are often caused by
DADE CITY. For the first time with wire and the garment filled with taken. The British commissioners from America. Credits stomach.

in the history of this county cotton is sand, while several: brick were was- too, are taking an active part in would have to be established here for 0 M. W. of A., Starke Camp. $ August Flower is put ui in 25 and
being raised on an extensive scale. The teiuil to ti f other foi t. the proceedings and each day wit Italy, if this program is followed. The 0 Meets every first and third Wednesday $ 75 cent bottles. For sale |y all deal-

prospects of seventy-five cent cottonor nesses a widening of the scope of the ships must also be provided to carry 0 nights. <8> ers in civilized countries.

even better, has induced many old CHANGE SCHEDULE.The undertaking, the most gigantic ever the coal. 6 A

cotton growers among us, who came conceived by any nation or allied nations Russia Needs Many Supplies 6 W. 0. W., All Friends Camp .
here from Georgia and North Florida, in the world's history. Russia's immediate need for cred- 6 No. 138. Meets every second and-* AutomobilOw

to put in large acreages. It is esti- Seaboard railway passenger Food Problem the Greatest its is to furnish her with foodstuffsand 0 fourth Friday nights. 6

mated that there is in the neighbor- schedule was changed at 12:01 Sun- One of the foremost purposes of the railway equipment, as well as other 0 0

hood of five hundred acres planted in day, May 6th, and is now as follows: representatives from England and ; supplies, a study of conditions in 4 Union Chapel Camp, No. 536, ers
the eastern part of Pasco county, all NorthboundNo. France is to impress upon the American detail being contemplated by the U. 0 meet every first and third Friday Get Our Prices befor& buying -

of which is showing a healthy growthand 4 arrives in Starke at 3:26 p. m., government and people the serious .. S. commission, of which Elihu Root 0 nights at Union Chapel. J. A. Ellington Q Tirei.

should make a good crop. Pasco instead of 3:37 p. m., as before. food situation in Europe. Members of .will be chairman, soon. to visit that 4 Clerk, R. No. 1, Starke. $ TIME i
county is out of the boll weevil area, No. 2 arrives at 4:51 a. m., instead the economic section declare that thereis country. INDEPENDENT CO.

and planters of cotton this year should of 5:20, as before. serious danger of a world famine, It is represented that Russia needs 0 Visiting brothers are cordially 3 Jacksonville Flaj

reap big returns.MIAMI.One. I No. 16, "Floridian" limited, arrivesat due to the withdrawal of millions of railway equipment primarily to make 0 invited to attend these meetings. 3> ,
5:54 p. m., as before. mea from agriculture, the lack of effective her military transportation A 0 P. O. Box 92f;

of the biggest business No. 20, "Cedar Key Train," arrives fertilizers and the derangement of the system and thus enable her to bring 00000000000000006LIFT Y-

transfers of recent months was ,9:18 a. m., instead of 9:27, as before. transportation facilities. Rolling stockor full strength to bear against Germany ti--
the purchase by the Florida Keys Cor- I SouthboundNo. railroads in Europe is rapidly being 'and Austria, and that this equipmentif YOUR CORNS WHATLAXFOS IS;

poration of the Chase sponge industryon i I. 3 arrives 10:55 a. m., formerly worn out through the lack of lubricants it comes at all, will necessarily haveto OFF WITH FINGERS 1
Sugar Loaf key which has just 10:40 a. m. and more railway supplies are come from the United Stated. For J v

been completed. While the consideration No. 1 arrives 11:14 p. m., as before. urgently needed. The growing scar- the purchase of this equipment fur- -

has not been announced, the Chase No. 15, "Floridian" limited, arrives city of transportation facilities on the ther credits are necessary in this coun- Tells How to Loosen a Tender
company's equipment, including its 2:37 m., formerly 2:52 m. yea> makes it imperative that the Unit-
p. p. try. The amount has been discussed Corn or Callus so it Lifts k
buildings, boats, etc., is estimated to No. 21, "Cedar Key train", arrives ed States carry out quickly its plan only generally, but it is understood LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED.I ASGRA \
Ixj worth about $60,000. The Florida 4:50 p. m., instead of 4:51, as before. for a large fleet of wooden ships to that Russia is prepared to spend up Out Without Pain. A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE ''f f '

Keys corporation is a new company No changes for the Wannee branch assist in the struggle against Ger to $100,000,000 monthly in the United ,

formed by Tatum interests to develop train. It leaves at 6:45 a. m. and arrives many. States. You reckless men and women who CATHARTIC AND LIVER rro) C I!

their large holding of key property.The at 2:45 p. m., as before. The mission believes it a fallacy to Troops Would Inspire Allies are pestered with corns and who have LAX-FOS is not a Secret or patent Medicine -
new corporation owns more than lassume that even would greatly but is composed of t$! following
Gen. Joffre, the Frenchman with the at least once a week invited an awful .
100 alter food conditions for those old-fashioned roots and bergs:
keys. now death from lockjaw or blood poisonare
CHRISTIAN CHURCH AT SAMP- bulldog jowl and the "rarest smile in
the of starvation will need CASCARA BARK
on verge told by Cincinnati authorityto
France, has awakened the nation now a
MIAMI.-Northern capitalists are' SON. great quantities of food before they from its pink tea conception of war use a drug called freezone, which BLUE FLAG RC.OT .,

planting about 40 acres of Everglade can produce it themselves. The ser- to a vision of the blood, the sweat and the moment a few drops are appliedto RHUBARB ROOTBLACK :
iousness of the situation has been increased -
land at the intersection of the Miami Sunday a Christian church was or- the sacrifice that lies before America. any corn or callus the soreness is ROOT ; :

canal and the cross canal, to dasheens, ganized by Rev. W. T. McGuire and by the almost universal crop lie is the hero of the hour in Washington relie\ed ard soon the entire corn or MAY APPLE ROOT .

the Chinese tuber which is edible for wo deacons from the Christian churchat failure. and his blunt utterances have callus. root and all, lifts off with the SENNA LEAVE

humans and is also an excellent stock Theressa, Bro. C. A. Youngblood Must Act QuicklyThe funk deep into the hearts of millions. fingers AND PEPSIN I

feed. The company expects to erect I and Bro. E. H. Moore, and also Elder food problem eclipses all others The grizzled veteran, while begging I-'reezone dries the moment it is applied 'I In LAx.Fos the CASCARA is-improved by

starch factory to utilize the dasheens I!1.1. R. Beard, from the Christian church in importance. The fact has been that his remarks be not interpreted as and simply shrivels the corn or the addition of these digestive ingredients 1

according to a report brought ;I at Graham. presented to the United States that an attempt to advise the United States I callus without inflaming or even irritating making it letter than ordinary CASCARA -
to this city by H. H. Dart. Mr. Dart Rev. McGuire preached a fine ser- the recent German submarine ravagesare government on the policy it shall pur- : the surrounding tissue or skin.A ,and thus the combination acts not
considered successful that the small bottle freezone only as a stimulating laxativ and cathartic
says that the dasheen does well on mon at night and received two members so sue, nevertheless urges the quick dis- of will cost : -
Everglade soil, crops at Okeelanta last for baptism, which took place American nation must marshal its resources patch to Europe of American troops,, very little at any of the drug stores, but also as a digestive anti liver tonic.
!I Syrup laxatives are weak, !feat LAZ-Fos
to but will rid one's feet of
immediately put more merchant whose would be inspira- positively
bushelsper o'clock and he presence an
year running from 300 to 400 Wednesday at two combines strength with palatable, aromatic
acre. The dasheen is a member nreached Wednesday night and left ships in commission, to help devise tion and a help to those who have every hard or soft corn or hardened taste and does not gripe or disturb

of the colladium family, and is a Thursday for Georgia, where he will some means of fighting subma- borne the brunt of the fight for nearly callus. If your druggist hasn't any the stomach. One bottle will.prove
prolific yielder. He reports that the ; continue his work for the Master. rines and to insure a greater yield of three years. freezone he can get it at any whole- LAX-FOS is invaluable for (Constipation,

Everglades farmers are also trying out His many friends in Florida regret foodstuffs to offset the increasing de- Joflre and ex-Premier vVani: thi sale drug house for you. (60) Indigestion or Torpid Liver) Price SOc.

the tora, another colladium which is seeing him leave, but as Paul was call- struction of food cargoes in the war gifted commissioner, whose speeches -
rot greatly different from the dash. ed over to Macedonia, he must go. We zone. Members of the commission have been proclaimed the most lofty in r

rcn. hope to have him back Sunday withus. plead that America must act quicklyif sentiment ever delivered by ? foreigner Full Supply of General InsuranceI p
May God bless Rev. McGuire the world is to be saved from both in this country, talk with plainnessand I

wherever he goes.IOTHERS' famine and the German military au- crispness. They make it plain that COFFINS AND CASKET represent none but FIRST
I. TAMPA.-Five staunch power boats tocracy, there being no attempt madeto France has uncomplainingly borne the CLASS companies ana will be
the waterat conceal the impression that the food brunt of the land to this
capable of driving through
DAY AT PINE LEVEL. up All Sizes and constantly on the alert to pro-
a good clip, and standing the weather problem has become the most press- time. The kind of an ally they want) Qualities? mote interests. Guarantee

"outside" on most occasions, have ing question facing the United Statesin \\t a fighting ally. The vision that 99 Always Hand your
been secured for the harbor defensive There will be a Mothers' Day celebration its efforts to stem the progress of per cent. of Americans had when the on courteous treatment to all pa

work in Tampa Bay. A sixth is desired at Pine Level church next Sun- its enemy. ountry entered the war was that tale trons. A well written policy by

and Capt. G. F. Hottell of the cruis- day, May 12th, with dinner on the Ships are Needed Immediately United States merely would -xtenc PRICES REASONABLE a first-class agent in a first-

ter Tallapoosa is seeking some craft grounds. Every person, old and young, Acceleration of the U. S. shipping credits and patrol the seas. But! Prance class company eometiues means

that will meet the government's re of both sexes is urged to be present. board's program for a great fleet of asks for more. It is asking for real J. C. CONE much in case of loss by fire.
the boatsare Wm. wooden to foodstuffs is help, and it is that forceful ecuest .
quirements. It is understood Preaching by Rev. F. Malphurs, ships carry regarded : .
leased for two months with the or Rev. N. T. King, or both. Come as certain. This proeram is that is causing Washington to jump J Lawte,. M Florid H. C. RICHARD, Starke

privilege renewal. They are wan- and bring full baskets. regarded as embracing vast possibili- aidewite. l-- ', II r


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.;\ HOUSE BILL :NO. 374 conditions obtained in such inspected far-reaching could ever prove a perfect wholly banished intoxicating liquors. who had been well fed. s l'eau'j'

Bradford County Telegraph institution or place as is mentioned in remedy against he liquor traffic. Quite recently our own beloved capi- of these experiments the Gtrt1an a '

i section one of this act, it shall be the "A nation-wide evil demands a nationwide tol, Washington, D. C., has been madea ernment substituted cKr late 'COY'1114 .1.
Providing for the Inspection of all duty of the sheriff to immediately remove remedy." dry city. With so many noted peo- sugar for alcohcl in the I '

,;: Published Weekly, and entered as sec Privately Owned Schools. any and all such inmates as may It has been proven repeatedly that ple working for this cause, and sucha letics, rowers, toxers al1d anv those Atb-> }

i ond class matter at the post-office at come under purview this act from local prohibition is a good thing, thatit large portion of the world realizingthe expect to enter contests o; an Tiho, ,;.i.
Starke, Florida. such institution, its custody and con- greatly reduces the sale of intoxi- terrible effects of drink, it is the do not use alcohol when 51 k t4'

J (By :Mr.: W. G. Seals, of Bradford) trol, and to deliver any and all such cants, but that on account of wet cities right and proper thing for "our own Science has demonstrated ahese training. ,l

p E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner A bill to be entitled- inmates to the custody and control of being near with their mail order United States" to forever prohibit the about alcohol: It is nt-itjier faeta TVvl :':

An act to provide for the Inspectionof the parents, guardian or guardians of houses ,this local prohibition is often liquor traffic. nor a medicine but a pois-oa to an lif '
H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor all privately owned institutibns, including such inmate or inmates; or, in the absence We need a law which shall make it The Kansas City Star says that "the that it penetrates the nerVe i fiber hj -;

all reformatories, detention of parents, guardian or guard- impossible for one section of the nation Federal bone dry law is the hardest chloroform does; destroya will r'. '..

Raise more poultry, advises an ex homes, sectarian schools, seminaries, ians, such inmate or inmates shall remain to prey upon another, and such a blow given to the liquor interests in and attacks the brain. 1 I

!I J change. But with corn at fifty cents convents, monasteries, houses of Good in the custody of the sheriff or law to be effective must be embodiedin years and sees in it a preparation for To the laborii.g class or men ;:

i : a peck, how are we going to do itS ? Shepherds, or other institutions of such other person or persons, as may the Constitution of the United nation-wide prohibition. This Federal is their greatest enemy. !' |, hard drink'
. f similar character; and to prohibit involuntary be designated for that purpose by the States. v bone dry law will work a gradual decrease understand how intelligent to

There will be no scarcity of lead servitude or forcible deten- judge of the court then sitting, until So long ago as in February, 1875, in the distillery and brewery men who make their mone laboring

pencils while the war lasts, so there tion; providing for the enforcement of such time as a proper home may be Frances E. Willard presented to Con- I output, and thus make easier the shift- toil can line up with the whiskey iy honest

E will be no necessity for improved spelling this act and prescribing penalties for provided where every right of such gress a huge petition collected by.the ing of all those industries to other and brewery combine against trust

t f in order to save pencils. Neither the violation of same. person or persons may be protectedand state Woman's Christian Temperance businesses when nation-wide prohibi- lions of American men and. the mfl.

fc will the average writer be deprived Sec. 1. That it shall be unlawfulto preserved. It shall also be the Union, asking for the prohibition of tion sweeps the country as it is boundto are fighting them. i women w**.

k of the privilege of spelling night as incarcerate, confine or keep within duty of the sheriff or grand jury making the liquor traffic. In 1881, under the do." Our annual drink bill

t.| "knight," and about 'as "abought." the walls of any sectarian school, seminary such inspection to file with the heading "Object," it was stated in the When we consider the injury the'li- mated to be about has been e ti. .

--- House of Good Shepherd, con- clerk of the court of the county where constitution of the National Woman's quor traffic does to the health, morals could be $2,256,324,447. Thj
''t. When a grateful convalescent praises much vent, monastery, detention home, or any such inspection or inspections are Christian Temperance Union that the and immortal souls of the people of useful money such used in soj l1'\any'\ mOrt
( some containing any other privately-owned similar institution made, as is required under the pro- crowning point of our organized life our nation, it seems that everyone ways churches as buiiiig hornet,
he has 'teen building
S f booze, and says increased gained been any person, male or female, visions of this act, a full and complete was "to secure the legal prohibitionand who loves God and his fellow-man highways and school nouses, brick '
the weight
.. pounds, has .against the wishes and consent of such report of all their findings and actions complete banishment of the liquor would say "Let us forever banish this sufficient supplying ipt'opfe 1riti j
t ascertained by the scales, or is it only food, clothing!
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statistics educational
!person. Every corporation considered taken, at least ten days before traffic. curse. From reading we -
t imagined on account of the increasing I individually, and every organization, the sitting of the next circuit court in partly defeated. So we should have 'find that over fifty per cent of all insanity much purpose Are not these things
canvalescent's ?
f weakness of the legs a greater benefit to
sectarian or otherwise, which shall be said county, for the inspection of the state prohibition to make it even more and similarity of feeble-mind- the saloon? After j ople thjm
t The American nation has begun to convicted of a violation of Section 1 grand jury and prosecuting attorneys.Sec. i difficult to procure the stuff. And for edness, and to a lesser degree of all of this all skoald we be

r I. take a course .of sulphur and molasses of this act, shall be deemed guilty of a 5. That any sheriff or grand the same reason and even more so criminalism is caused by drink. Alco- !. proud insane industry] whjeb has filled

I "" treatment, figuratively speaking. The felony, and shall pay a fine of not more jury for the purpose of carrying out National prohibition is needed to shutit hol is injurious to the liver, kidneys, our ies and furnished asylums, our peititentiar.
f victims
course will last the war out and a little than $5,000 for the first offense and the provisions of this act, particularly out of all the states, and thus makeit heart and tissues of the body. It is lows and the "for the nl.

longer, and will not be pleasant. not more than $10,000 for each sub- of section 4, and who shall fail or very difficult to get it in any of an irritant to the membrane of the half of the graveyard?: Would not

: But after it is over we will feel better sequent offense. refuse to discharge his (or their) duty them. Evidently the larger area thatis stomach, and when drinking is often take to amount four of moiev it wnnlA:

t our vision will be cleared and we Sec. 2. That any contract or agree- therein faithfully, shall be deemed dry, the greater will be the drought. repeated it produces chronic conges- dig than offset Panama canals every

,f will rise with a new strength and a ment, verbal or in concert, who shall guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon Also the Federal government is more tion, which greatly interferes with the year from more the absem our r'.ancialloss
L better understanding. We are now ment, berbal or in concert, who shall conviction thereof shall pay a fine of powerful and better able to enforce a digestion. The liver is a very important of liquor license m.

1 taking stock of ourselves and are find- assist, encourage, or in any wise aid not more than $1,000 for the first of- nation-wide pr9hibition than the states organ of the body and will standa enue ? ; ,,

: ing out what is real and unreal about or abet in the violation of Section 1 fense, and not more than $2,000 for would be acting independently of each great amount of ill treatment, but, Not long ago an old ?lbrorfe used

I; us, our virtues and our faults, our of this act, shall be deemed guilty of the second offense, and in addition other. Then, too, the national gov- of course, there is always a limit, and by the Chinese emperors ;. as sold for

: strength and our weakness. This felony, and upon conviction therefor thereto shall be immediately removed ernment licenses the distilleries and when this amount is increased and $326. That is a very giiod value to

knowledge will be gained at a terrible shall pay a fine of not more than $3,000 from office by the governor of the state Breweries and collects an immense tax the liver is weakened by alcohol the place on such an article, ,bit America

:; price, but the result will be worth it. for the first offense, and such person for malfeasance, and shall not be re- from them. This is all wrong and the excess of same is carried into the gen- is losing its taste for such ilmmoditiej

shall for any subsequent offense be appointed.Sec. Government should go out of that business eral circulation, and does great harmto and places very little valif on them.

While Editor'Jordan, of the Punta punished by imprisonment in the state 6. That any person or persons and destroy it with a merciless the rest of the body. Old John Barleycorn has reigned for

t 'Gorda Herald, was out fishing, his prison for a period of not more than having any connection whatsoever, sword. Liestentorfer, a German, made experiments many years, but is totteri jg, and when

f young assistant found it incumbent on ten: years. either as agent, official, director or any Among the many goon reasons for upon soldiers in the German his throne is sold, a fen pars from

himself to tell the farmers how to Sec. 3. That no contract or agree- other connection with any of the in- having National Prohibition of the liquor ,.I army and found that soldiers who now, it won't bring morq han thirty

save sweet potatoes. But he had for- ment, verbal or written, entered into stjtutions designated in section one of traffic are the following: received no alcohol during the day cents. And he will have darned such a

botten the recipe and honestly told by any inmate of any institution herein this act, who shall conspire to defeater 1. Intemperance Is a common evil I while marching, were able to march reputation by that time fcat even his

\ the readers he didn't remember designated, or any other institution or aid in defeating the purposes of and affects all parts of the nation, so further and were in better conditionat best friends of today till consider

'- whether the "milk" should ooze out place of involuntary confinement, shall this act, or who shall refuse to permitthe that one law should apply alike to every the end of the day than those who II that amount more than the throne is

L of the ripe or unripe tubers when bro- operate to release any such institu- inspection of any institution des- part. The liquor traffic constantly had received it. These were soldierspcruneiSummer worth. ,

i ken. That's how we know that the tion, organization or corporation, con- ignated in this act, by any court of refuses to respect the laws of the
_. .. .
f young asistant wrote it. Mr. Jordan sidered individually or collectively, competent jurisdiction, or who shall 'prohibition states.and does its utmostto --

1 himself, as an experienced editor, from the full force and effect of the in any manner whatsoever interfere bring prohibition into contempt Colds
would not have confessed his ignor- operation of any section of this act, with the inspection of any institutionas through proving it ineffectiveness. Weaken

ance on the subject, but made a stag- unless it be shown affirmatively that herein provided, whether privately- 2. The mail service, the express I

ger at it somehow. Editors and doctors such contract or agreement was agreedto owned or otherwise, according to the service and the freight service knowno OUWU..IIIIJIADUIIoil'lD dangerous than winter
__._____._ colds, for they hang on so long that become
D' they
and WIOIi5 -
must show self-confidence. signed voluntarily and willinglyat provisions of section 4 of this act, shall
state boundaries, and do from -
carry :.:;: ':::= .== -: chronic catarrh. Heat and dust aggravate -
the time when such person or per- be deemed guilty of a felony, and upon wet into dry states. For that reason -=:::'7 ==== ':.:==: them, cause the infected surface to
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT. sons were not an inmate inmates of therefor shall fine of _ItrIltPlIJIUICto.......
or conviction
pay a there should be National Prohibition. pnes..ocu. A"UOJ ) spread, and fill the body with bysteruic cat-
such place of detention, or under any not more than $3,000 for the first of- 3. Enforcement by National authority arrh. Neglect costs health and eneigy.

sort of measure of fear or duress, from fense and not more than $6,000 for will be more effective than by
The patriot has all sorts of chancesto ) -
such source sources whatsoever.Sec. offense and PERUNA EXPELS CATARRH
help the country these days. If hecant or each subsequent upon a local authority.
4. That for the of this the such
purpose refusal to pay fine imposed,
go soldiering, he can stay at act, its enforcement and the protectionof shall be confined in 4. Prohibition in the. constitutionwill It does more-it builds up the weakened system, regulates the digestion ..
home and raise provisions. But if he the person or persons be more permanent than prohi- ,removes the inflammation, overcomes the poisons of catarrh,and invigorates '
can't raise provisions he can at least institutions coming under its the state prison at hard labor for not bition by legislation, either by Con- all over. Forty-four years of success proves its great value of

! help save 'em. Gov. Catts has set an operations from suspicion and calumnyall more than five years. gress or legislatures; because consti- which thousands gladly testify. '

r example in this line by cutting out one sectarian schools, convents, monasteries Sec. 7. That any person or persons I tutional prohibition is not dependentupon lit
Accept the verdict of two generations yourself. Don't be swayed
: reformatories, Houses of Good out the provisionsof I by I
\ meal a day; but this is not a good example required to carry party politics, nor is it at the prejudice, when your health is at stake. Take Perun4 and g't well
Shepherds, detention homes, or of this act court ;
I any section 4 by any
to follow, for an empty stomach other privately-owned institutions of shall 'I mercy of each incoming legislature. Liquid or tablet form, whichever is the more convenient.The .
makes a poor worker and a poor thinker. of competent jurisdiction: re-I'I I 5. National Prohibition will enable
like character, shall be subject to inspection ceive, in the case: of each person Peruna Company, Columbus o
Food can be saved in better ways. some parts of our country to become
.... by the sheriff, his deputies or employed, $3 per day and mileage as i''
'dry where local sentiment is -
Almost every farmer has one dog, I the grand jury of each and every county -I in civil l eases provided for witnesses::, i largelyvet. I
L and he needs ; .
the -
animal for
guarding wherein -
or institutions while engaged in the performance '
) actually j ,
the home and other But !(I Twenty-five of states Lo- ,I
purposes. I may be situated. And it shall of such duties as are required in j our are dry, t > !> t s> .
I many have more than one, sometimes be the duty of the sheriff of each and !'I said section 4, according to the provisions :j also one territory, namely; Alaska. LASSIFIE j 8 .5


I son for keeping them. All dogs not institutions are located to inspect that sheriffs and grand juries I various forms, in Canada, Australia, ADVERTISINGFOR o I

needed should be killed and the food I any and all such institutions no less shall only receive mileage in additionto I New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Fin- I 4 BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, "

: spent on them used to support hogs or than four times in each year, or as their regular compensation.Sec. land, Iceland and recently! Russia has SALE-Two good horses. Sam \ pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. *

poultry. The sportsman who keeps I much oftener as shall be thought nec- 8. That all laws and parts of ------- .-- -- _.. Rosenberg, Starke. 2-9-tf. 8 o o'clock Sunday morning serve,service 11:00.* I
one or more dogs for the sake of a few essary by the judge of court of ; Sunday evening ,
r any I laws in conflict with the provisions 8 7:00 B. Y. P. U., Sunday evenf" -
days' shooting during the winter, record within CALOMEL SALIVATESAND ;
a county wherein such! of this act be and the same are hereby 8
should show his regard for the welfareof institution FOR SALE-Barber chair in good ing, 6:45; Wednesday. evening"prayer
or institutions are located, repealed.Sec. MAKES YOU SICK 8 service, 7 o'clockEvery: $
his fellow men by getting rid of condition, cheap for cash. D. L.
or as much oftener as the sheriffs 9. That this act shall take effect 8 body cordially invited o attend. *
them. After a while it njay be hard to themselves deem and Bugg, Hampton. 4-27-4t. 8 '
may necessary law.
its becoming
get food at any price, and it i is not proper for the Enforcement of this upon a Acts Like Dynamite on a Slug- 8 CHRISTIAN F. LaRowe, *:.

right that humans should be deprived act, provided that such inspection as is BANK STATEMENT. gish Liver and You Losea FOR SALE OR EXCHANGEThebest 8 pastor. Services at tarke every -'* '.
of food on account of useless dogs. provided for in this section shall be Report of the condition of the Bradford paying proposition" Starke 8 fourth Sunday. Other appointments *

: Colored people keep dogs (and some made at any time whenever as manyas County. the Bank.close at of Starke business in the May State 1. 1917.of Florida Day's Work.There's for good farm, if taken at once. Apply o as follows: First Son- *
white people do also) who must feed one hundred registered voters of Resource I at Starke House, Starke. o day at Hampton, secotcJ at R.I18ford -...

themselves by prowling around at any county containing such institutionor Loans on real estate ______________164.437.00 *
collateral security other no reason why a person .
Loans o
night, stealing what food they may institutions as is provided for in than on real estate _______________ 2S.293 12 should take sickening, salivating cal- FOR SALE-One large horse, works MJM.} *
i come across and chickens ______ 8 EPISCOPAL Fryer ,
eating and
section one of this act shall demand All other loans and discounts 65.010.21 well anywhere. Will sell cheap for
sucking eggs. Such prowling canines Overdrafts _____________________ 418.73 omel when 50 cents buys a large bottleof cash o priest in charge. Sunday school .
such inspection, and each and or trade for a Ford car. W. M.
I every State. county and municipal bomb 2,000.0 Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect 8 9:45 a. m.; morning payer and *
should be shot by the police officers inspection as is required by this Banking house. furniture and fixture 21.11184 Bryan, Starke. *
for calomel.
wherever seen. Other real estate __________________ 5.861.50Claims sermon, 11 o'clock; evening prayer -
by any person or persons whom- and other resources-Bradford It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid 8 and sermon, 7 o'clock; choir rehearsal .
What has been said of dogs may be soever shall be made without previous County school warrants ________ f7.207.0i which will start your liver just as sure- NOTICE-Anyone holding Bradford 8 7 o'clock, Wednesday *'
said of cats. Catching mice announcement of Due from incorporated banks ______ 61598.78 8 and with *
to Come worship
seems same. calomel County Bank stock and evening.
Checks and exchanges for clearing.. 3.275.22 : ly as but it doesn't make you wishing to
be a lest art with them. They spend Provided further, that it shall be the Cash on. hand ____________________ 6488.23 1 sick and can not salivate. dispose of same, will be paid $1,500 I.' us. J i
the nights catching birds and serenad- duty of the grand jury of each and for o
ing and the daytime with being in ev county of Florida wherein any every Total _________-Liabilities__________________280.j 03.69 take Children Dodson's and Liver grown Tone up because folks can it to N.every T. Ritch.$1,000 by surrendering 4-27-tf.it o METHODIST L: Z. Barr, ..

erybody's way, waiting for meals and such institution as is mentioned in Capital stock paid in ___________-_ 25000.00 is o pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. .
stealing when chances offer. One cat section one of this act is located to visit Surplus fund ______________________ 10000.00 perfectly harmless. o m. Preaching ery Sunday at *
Undivided profits less expenses and Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is LOTS FOR SALE-Lots 3 4, 5 8 in *
is enough on a farm and one cat will such institution at each sitting of taxes paid) ____________________ 6076.85 and Peek's addition t 11 a. m., and 7:30 p, m. Prayer
i do for town said check134668.13 mercury attacks your bones. Takea to Starke. Also 3 o meeting Wednesdr.y evening 7:30.
a block. Don't be squeamish grand jury, and said grand jury Individual deposits subject to
about shall Time certificates of deposit _______ 5.825.00ihier's dose of nasty calomel today and you acres with house and wire fence, 1% o o'clock. Junior League *
1. killing the rest. on such visit, be Epvorth
accompaniedby ________ 1,119.15Savings
outstanding will feel weak sick and miles from
K. Many who affect "Brummagen the sheriff or his deputy and a duly depoeits -____________-____ 98,014 56 nauseated to- depot on Lawtey road. Sunday afternoon nt 3:30. Senior *
gentihty" morrow. Don't lose day's work. These two pieces of land ,
a at bar-
a evening
tr will, especially when guests at qualified physician of known integrity Total ____________________________280,703.69State Take a spoonful of Dodso 's Liver gain. F. L. Turner, 365 W. Tenth Epworth League Sunday J .
appointed the o at C:45.; A cordisl invitation
by {
other homes court then in
pile up on their plates ses- of Florida. County of Bradford. ss: Tone St. "
:;: twice as much as they can eat. The sion who shall examine thoroughly every I. J. H. Ritch cashier of the above named instead and you will wake up Jacksonville, Fla. 4-27-4t'l> extended to all 1:1 worship with ,
bank. do solemnly swear that the above statement feeling great. No more biliousness *
uneaten portion goes into the slop ; department, 'room or part of the is true to the best of my knowledge and > us. .
bucket, of course. As at least one- buildings, and all the entire surrounding belief. J. H. RITCH constipation, sluggishness, headache, WANTED-Man and wife, or any parity o i t.
half of our poulation wish to as premises, in any wise connectedwith Cashier coated tongue or sour stomach. Your who can invest $2,000 (two thou- 8 PRESBCTERIAN- C. H. .,
pose Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th
"genteel," the waste from this source or is a part of said institution. day of May. druggist says if you don't find Dodson's sand dollars) cash and take personal Abernathy, pastor. .' Sunday J '.'
alone amounts to many millions of And it shall be the duty of such grandry M. WAINWRIGHT. Liver Tone acts better than hor- charge of a new up-to-date mercantile 8 school, 9:45 a. m. Preaching every .---

dollars in a year. But we cannot afford $ to make a full and complete report Correct--Attest: Notary Public. rible calomel your money is waiting business as partner with half 8 Sunday morni:! gat 11; Sun- .

it any longer and we can show of all their findings, particularlyof N. T. RITCH.W. for you. (12-4%) interest in the business. The inven- day evening at ?:3$ Prayer /:

our good breeding by not wasting food the sanitary and moral conditions O..J T.. GRIFFIN.WEEKS. Directors t . . !' tory of the stock amounts to $10,000 meeting Wednesdny Evening at J .
at the table. found to exist in said institution. And today, and we guarantee ly agree- 7:30 o'clock Vis.-tor| cordially t +

At the present day prices of clothes it shall be the duty of these authorized . . . *> TRAIN SCHEDULE. 8 8 ment $100 profit monthly, subject, if o invited to worship witji us. .. ,,,
representatives of the court and the Q; party has 8 <
some experience
and shoes it will in this
all to -
us save .
these articles as much as possible, to state to diligently inquire of each inmate ?,. WHY WE SHOULD HAVE NATIONAL 9 New time table went into effect 8 8 linE and has some cash capital. No 888888884 . :
found therein as to the conditions <* PROHIBITION OF '?> ethers necj -- .;
inquire. -
> After -
make them last longer. Our mothers 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6,1917, <> period ----
T taught us how to save them. obtaining therein, particularlyas ,> THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. '?' and trains will run as follows: : 4 of six months, if not satisfactory, The' Qninbs I JUt DW Est Mtict TfcBecinie DUd ,f'
to the moral and working conditions 4 3' $> party can withdraw. For of Its tome an There is no end to ways of saving 3 more information TIVB BROMO QUININE 11 betjerthaQ ordia "
in every direction, both on account of md as to his (or her) detention therein <* By Ella May Long. *$ Q Jacksonville to Tampa. <8 write to P. 0. Box 324, Quinine cud does not ca..t Vrrweiaz 11j
lessening and I whether of his (or her) own free *> *; No. 3 ___ ___10:55 Starke, Fla. 2-23-tf. In bead. Kememtci tee foil pue1 "
to 8 '
expenses -
actually -------- a. m. lack for the ini'ure oV' T CROTE'
and continuing consent, or involuntary ) 4 'j. 'Jv .t ,J 4> 4 f, + 4. <> 4 <$> '>
make it possible to preserve certain ; f No. 1------_________11:14 p. m. ', articles from becoming extinct until and whether his ( or her) services (This essay won the five dollars in No. 15 "Floridian"2:37 p. m. 4 "

the present economical chaos has readjusted herein are. forcibly obtained by such gold offered by the Woman's Christian 4> AQ "

itself. The careful man and institution, and all such inquiries shall Temperance Union to the High Jacksonville to Cedar Key. <8> ,

woman will not neglect these hints.I I I be conducted separately, and out of School pupils, for the best paper on No.-21_______________ 4:50 p. m. *,
the I hearing of any officer or officers, the subject of "Why We Should Have 4 4 B. Z. MATTHEWS '

Sloan's Liniment for Rheumatism. agents and servitors, of any such institution National Prohibition of the Liquor 8 Tampa to Jacksonville. 8 I :;

p and such information as may Traffic.") '* No. 4_______________ 3:26 p. m. ,
.: The torture of rheumatism, the be given by any inmate, together with The first bill for National Constitutional No. 2_______________ 4:51 a. m. Artesian Vell Driller \ -'.
pains and aches that make life unbear- his (or her) name, shall be kept inviolate Prohibition was introduced into S> No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. <8> I MBM Mi M &9
able are relieved by Sloan's Liniment, by each and 8 ,
every officer or the United States Congress on December 8 I have had
: a clean clear liquid that is easy to apply person authorized to take such testi- 27 1876, by the Hon. Henry William Cedar Key to Jacksonville. <> twenty-four years experience in '

and more effective than mussy mony, and in their report to the court Blair United States Senator t No. 20______________ 9:18 a. m. ;
plasters or ointments because it pene- shall embody the facts in a general from New Hampshire. Since that Well drilling in florida.I .

trates quickly without rubbing. For summary, except where justice and .time the people have been educated I.I 8 Starke and Wannee. < ,--

b the many pains and aches following equity require more, for the protectionof along that line and the movement has I 8 (Daily Except Sunday) guarantee to satisjaclorily complete all .1
t strains and muscle the inmates of :* No. 101 Leaves
exposure, sprains any institution in- steadily grown. At present'there is Starke 6:45 a. m. I
soreness, Sloan's Liniment is promptly spected. Whenever it shall appear keen interest shown regarding the No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. 8 CONTRA CTS 1 1
effective. Always have a bottle on that any inmate of any such institutionis question of National Prohibition 8
undoubtedly 8
. hand for gout, lumbago, toothache, involuntarily confined, a subject of caused by the growing conviction T. J. GRIFFIN, & Raiford, ,-: Florida
backache stiff neck and all external forcible servitude, or inhumanely which past experience has .? Agent. 8 It

pains. At druggists, 25c. (1) treated, and that immoral unsanitary shown> that nothing less radical and 8 .
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MRS. FREEMAN ENTERTAINS W. 3IOTHERS DAY. COMING TO STARKE Eean-fed steers, 500 to 600 lLs, $6.75to
C. T. U. $7.25.

A special "Mothers' Day" service Light steers, $6.25 to $7.75.

Bits of LocalInformation Tuesday afternoon Mrs. A. II. free- will be conducted at the Methodist ASSOCIATEDSPECIALIST Grass steers, 600 to 700 Ibs, ?t 6 to

man the W. C. T. U. at her home on church in this city pext Sunday morning $6.25; 500 to 600 Ibs, $5.75 to JC; 450 > :
N. Walnut street. at 11 o'clock. A committee of to 500 lbs, $5.50 tj $5.75. h

The afternoon's program was in the young ladies will be in waiting in the Grass bulls, $5 to $6.

j nature of a Mother's meeting, and was vestibule to pin a modest white floweron Grass cows, 450 to 550 Ibs, $4.75; to

,, presided over by Mrs. F. A Scott. The every person who comes to church. $5.
r-IJ' II Omr P r- ...... I music consisted of patriotic and tem- This little flower is to be worn in mem- AT STARKESAT.MAY19,1917 Heavy bulls, $6.25 to $7.50. '.
isWCCm..." T iw. \ perance songs. Mrs. Barr gave a beau- ory of our precious mother regardless Light bulls, $5.50 to $6.50.

IL tiful talk on the subject of "What We of where that mother may be. She Calves, $6 to $9.50.

, 11 -- Owe Our Children." LeRoy Stewart, may be in this world, or she may ben Fat cows, $9 to $9.25.

'IL in a taking manner, recited "Want A Heaven, but we will, specially remember Medium cows, $5.25 to $5.75.

W. B. Young was in Jacksonville Mrs. J. T. Wills Sr., is in Starke Boy?" Orville and Coke Barr sang our mother next Sunday HOTEL STARKE Oxen, $4.25 to $4.75. .

Tuesday. while Judge Wills is holding court "Mother" very sweetly. Mrs. H. C. morning. The sermon, music and all Canners, $4.25 to $4.75.

here. She will be joined today by Richard read a most excellent paperon parts of the service will be along this

J. D. Hurst and family have moved Mrs. J. T. Wills Jr., and children of the subject of "How the Mothers of line of thought. Those who have cars ONE DAY ONLY PLANS FOR COMBATTING THE

to Cairo Ga. Jacksonville: Florida May Best Serve the Nation will please find some old, feeble person U-BOATS HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED ,

Today," after which Mrs. F. H. Long who has not been to church in along I
Mrs. W. M. Turner was a visitor to Mrs. R. R. Hoffman has returned sang "The Little Gray Mother Waits time, and bring them out to enjoy HOURS 9 A. ,M. TO 8 P. M. (Continued From Page 1.) !;

, { Lawtey last Monday. home from Jacksonville, where she had Alone." Miss Ella May Long read this good service. Automobiles ,
,. been under treatment of a nerve spe- her prize essay on the subject of "Why ought to be used for God's glory on Remarkable Success of These coming public. That policy will be '

4 H. B. Weest, of Hampton, had busi- cialist. She was accompanied by Miss We Should Have National Prohibitionof the Holy Sabbath. Please bring some Talented Physicians in The pursued to prevent Germany from

{I ness in Starke Monday. Addie Baisden, her nurse. the Liquor Traffic." The W. C. T. one to the house of God in your car Treatment of Chronic Diseases. preparing against any new weapons in
U. next .
examining committee unanimouslyvoted Sunday morning.The advance.

A Telegraph ad will add to your Crocheting, tatting, embroideringand this splendid paper as the winner Senior League hour of 6:45 p. Faith in American Ingenuity .
profits. Try one. all kinds of fancy work at reason- of the five dollar gold piece offered m., will be an evening of "Song and STAY YOUNG LIVE LONG I "I have great faith that American

able prices, done by Camp Fire Girls. t o the pupils of the High School, by story With Fannie Crosby." A num- ingenuity will find a means of combat i.
Garden hose, just arrived, sold in For further information see' Mrs. E. this organization. Miss May Peek ber of her songs will be sung. This Offer Services Free of ChargeEat ting the submarines," said Sectary i

any length. Starke Hardware Co. M. Johns, Guardian. 4-27-3t. charmingly rendered "Humeresque" as service will be highly intellectual.A Heartily Sleep Soundly Daniels, "although I have in mnd no

a piano solo. cordial invitation is extended to special device among the hundreds }
Mr. Porter Morgan, of Daytona visited Hon. A. D. Andrews, our senator, At the close of the program, Mrs. everybody to worship with us in all which have been proposed to to
relatives here the past week. and'Hon. A. S. Crews, one of our rep- Freeman served her guests hot chocolate the services on next Sabbath.T. The United Doctors, licensed by the fight the menace. I truly believe tus that

resentatives, came down from Talla- and cakes.W. L. Z. BARR, State of Georgia, Established 1897, something will be developed thit will
hassee to attend 'to business mattersin Pastor. are experts in the treatment of diseases -
Editor A. G. Powell, of the Lake be effective against the underwater
Butler Times, was in town Monday. Starke Monday. A. CROSBY PARDONED.The of the blood, liver, lungs, stom- boats. t,
MRS. GRIFFIN ENTERTAINS THE ach, intestines, skin, nerves, heart,
of the naval
I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCormick, of The Boy Scouts have purchased a many friends of W. A. Crosbyand CIVIC CLUB. spleen, kidney or bladder bed-wetting, I board and of the navy department consulting are
visitors to Starke Monday.Mrs. paper baling machine, and the young rheumatism, sciatica, tape worm, leg I hard with the
Sapp, were family will be glad of this pieceof Civic :ulcers, appendicitis, gall stones, goi- i working experimenting
gentlemen are now industriously- collecting news from Tallahassee: The School Club met Wed- tre, piles, etc., without operation and devices which may go a long Way toward -

Maud Graves, of Graham, was : waste paper. Tallahassee, :May Honorable W. nesday afternoon with Mrs. 0. J. Grif- are too well known in this locality to giving us victory. Some prob- ,

shopping in Starke Monday. I G. Seals, of Bradford county, announced fin, at her home on N. Walnut street. need further mention. Call and see ably have' merit, the others nit, but ,
Mr. Henry E. Freeman, son of Dr. to the press bureau tonight that the .On account of the resignation of the them. It all are given.fair tests. The precise '

Miss Kate Inman, of DeLand, is and Mrs. A. H. Freeman, of this city, state pardon board had today pardoned president, Mrs. J. R. Halligan, Mrs.A. costs you nothing. nature of any cannot be disclosed, of : 1

visiting her sister, Mrs. E. W. Stewart. will shortly go to Atlanta to enter the W. A. Crosby, of Bradford county, M. Darby was elected president to course." I j

__ J __ officers training school with a view to convicted of accessory before the fact fill out the unexpired term. The sub- ENJOY ROBUST HEALTH The department itself has done a ,'

Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville, securing a commission in the army. of murder. Crosby was sentenced ject of a rest room for out of town great deal of experimental work both !

came up yesterday to visit her daughter from Alachua county, but formerly shoppers was discussed, and several WITH ROSY CHEEKS AND with devices for the destruction: or detection I'

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. Annie Richard, of Jacksonville lived in Bradford county. other matters of business taken up. of submarines: and also with 1 Ii ,
visited her sister, Mrs. D. R. Ed- The meeting adjourned to meet in SPARKLING EYES. interior defenses for warships against i 'i V

Miss, May Peek, of Daytona, is a wards, the first of the week, and while AT UNION CHAPEL. June with Mrs. Nelle Hughes. torpedoes and mines.. .t,

visitor at he home of her brother, Col. here attended the commencement exercises After the business had been finishedthe REMEMBER DATE and PLACE It is regarded as certain that if the

C. L. Peek. of the Bradford County High There will be a chicken stew at Un- hostess, Mrs. Griffin, served deli American inventive genius is success- "
School. cious cake and cream.ATTENTION ful at any time during the preset war
ion 18th.
Chapel Friday night, May
Headquarters for Perfection and Everybody invited to be with us. Laboratories, Philadelphia. Pa. in finding a means of checking the op- d;;
Puritan oil stoves. Starke HardwareCo. PRICE ADVANCED.On CAR OWNERS. erations of German submarines, the r
account of the high price of hogs FRANK DEAN, information will be shared promptly I i
the: Inter-State Vaccine Company, of L; G. COOPER, with Great Britain, France and the \
T. A. KING The law requires that all automobiles '
Messrs. T. B. Handley, J. C. Byrd Kansas City, Mo., announces an ad- COULD HARDLY other nations with which the United
J. A. ELLINGTON, should have their .license num-
in the of cholera
and H. W. Raiford were among the vance price serum States is aligned. i
visitors to Starke Monday.Wm. and virus. The new price is 2% cents conspicuously displayed on the -
Raiford per cubic centimeter. Bank of Starke. BAPTIST CHURCH. outside of the cars, but it has been STAND ALONE 4
There will be the regular services found that some owners, to concealthe I Furniture Polish.
Blocker, of Grove Park spent next Sunday morning and evening, to fact that they have not paid the For an excellent furniture polish mix
Mrs. A. Price, who has spent the ifff.
the first of the week with his mother- which the public is cordialy invited to automobile license for the present year I together half a quart each of urpen-
past winter in Starke at the home of Terrible Suffering From Headache
Mrs. A. F. Brockmeyer. attend. W. G. LAW, fail in thus displaying the license tine, paraffin, vinegar and nu-nihjlated s
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull, left Wed- '"
y Pastor. rumber. Those who are delinquent in Sideache, Backache, and Weakness spirit in n pint bottle. When In use 1
nesday for her home in Wilkes-barre,
Cliff Tatum is up again after a severe Pa. Enroute Mrs. Price_.. will stop fora this respect are warned to pay their Relieved by Cardoi, shake well uuil f1ri14kl a little on a
attack of dysentery brought on SPRING TERM OF CIRCUIT license at soft rug and well nib on ho furni-
week in Jacksonville. This Texas Lady.
i Says
by ptomaine poisoning.Mr. COURT BEGAN MONDAY once.W.. J. EPPERSON, ture. Polish with a soft clu' er.,

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Robinson, of Sheriff, Bradford CoUNION -

Business Man, are you co-oper- Jacksonville, came up Sunday on a visit (Continued From Page 1.) I Gonzales, Tex.- Mrs. Minnie Phil- Piles Cured In: fl to 14 Days
ating with the Civic Club? They are to relatives. Mr. Robinson returned REVIVAL LAWTEY. pot, of this place, writes: "Five years Vocr druggist trill refund money jf: PAZO
trying to help you-are you helping I 'taken with rain In OINTMENT alls to cut anycae oI:Itching.
them* Lumber & Supply Co. Sunday afternoon, while his wife remained Criminal Docket I ago was a my Blind.Bleeding Protrud'OR Piles! in 6pIdamThe
Quigley to attend the commencement The most important case on this W. F. LaRowe and wife, of Starke, left side. It was right under my first application Aired Ease and list. 50c-

exercises of the Bradford County High docket us that of State vs Noah Tay- will conduct a meeting in the town hall left rib. It would commence with, an
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Turner, of Jack-
:s sonville visited relatives in Starke School. lor, who, on January 28th, shot and_ at Lawtey beginning May 10, 7:30 p. achIng and extend up Into my left Spring Cclds Ate Danger+s.
during the week. Killed his brother, Berry Taylor. The m. On Saturday and Sunday, the 12th r shoulder and on down into my back. Sudden changes of:, temperature and
BAKER'S NOTICE. grand jury's indictment was for mur- and 13th, Mr. LaRowe will fill his appointment By that time the pain would be sosevere underwear bring col'-s with stijTed up
der in the first Whatever will at Raiford and Raiford
degree. I would have to take to bed, head, sore throat ,and general cold .
Oaks are springing up thickly on After May 15th all six cent bread be the plea as to guilt, it being a cap- Farms; then he will return Monday, and suffered usually :about three days symptoms. A dose Of Dr hind New
parts of the Walnut street parkway. and sweet will be ten cents but ital case, must be tried before a jury. .the 14th, and deliver a series of ser-
goods thiff
is relief
Discovery sure happy
They are of the Jerusalem variety. will be made larger and heavier. The The trial is set for Monday morning, mons and lectures for ten nights. He ...I suffered this way for three years, combination of antisptic balsas;;,ns that
will and got to be a mere skeleton and was
May 14th. be accompanied by his talented
twelve cent bread will be fifteen cents, could stand alone. clears the head, soc hes the .zritatedmembranes ;
Lucian Wainright, of Jacksonville, but will weigh several ounces more. Up to this writing the following wife, who is a musician and singer.All Was so weak not able I to go hardly anywhere and had and what might ha "e beena

arrived Thursday for a few days' visit W. 'fit BRYAN. criminal cases have been disposed of: Christians, citizens, strangers are to let my house work go...1 suffered lingering cold is Broken up. Don't

with relatives here. State vs Abraham Goodwine, as- urged to attend these union meetings. awful with a pain In my back and I stop the treatment then relies. first
sault with attempt to murder. When had the headache all the time. I just
Miss Sunolia Vaughn and Miss Delle felt, as a half cured is dar erous.
Miss Elsie Stearn left Tuesday for Stroman, who have taught the past arraigned defendant pleaded not guil- STARKE EVIDENCE FOR STARKE was unable to do a thing. My life Take Dr. King's New Diecov ry till

Rockford, Ill, where she will visit rel- term in the Bradford County High ty, but at trial withdrew plea and PEOPLE was a misery, my stomach got In an I your cold is gone. I (D
condition caused from
awful taking
atives. pleaded guilty to aggravated assault. ,
..... School, left Wednesday morning for I
so much medicine. I suffered so much ;.
Plea accepted. Sentence six monthsin
their homes, Miss Vaughn going to The Statements of Starke ResidentsAre pain. I had just about given up all
Mr. W. T. Ritch, of Raiford, spent Athens, Tenn. and Miss Stroman to county jail. surely More Reliable Than hopes of our getting anything to help
Monday here'as a visitor at the homesof Tallahassee. State vs Luss Gaskins, grand lar Starke Vulcani] ;
Mr. J. H. Ritch and Mr. N. T. Ritch. I ceny. Pleaded not guilty. Verdict of Those of Utter Strangers me.One day a Birthday Almanac was ng

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Halligan and Everett I guilty. Sentence, hard labor for two thrown In my yard. After readingIts ;
Rev: George F. Scott, of Arcadia, Waide left Wednesday morningfor years in state prison. Home testimony is real proof. testimonials I decided to try Car- Worksl

is here visiting his father Dr. A. L. their new home in Brooklyn, N. State vs Clarence Cole, breakingand Public statements of Starke people dul, and am so thankful that I did, ;

Scott, and brother Mr. F. A. Scott. Y. Francis Halligan will remain herea entering; pleaded guilty. Sentence, carry real weight. for I began to improve when on the !,

few weeks longer. Many friends of hard labor in state prison for one year. What a friend or neighbor says com- second bottle...! am now a well Will help to economize Bring
and feeling fine and the you
Rev. George F. Scott and Mr.. L. C. Mr. and Mrs. Halligan were at the depot State vs W. S. Croft, assault with: pels respect. woman cure
has been permanent for it has been
Ray spent Wednesday at Lake Geneva to say goodby and wish them a intent to murder. Pleaded guilty to The word of one whose home is far two years since my awful bad health.I your old tires and tubes to ?s and }

visiting their old teacher, Prof. GeorgeC. pleasant journey. aggravated assault. Fined $200 and away invites your doubts. will always praise and recommend we will make theta ff f
Looney. costs or hard labor in state prison for Here's a Starke man's statement. Cardui. Try Cardul today E 78

Engineer T. L. Goodwin, who had eight months. And it's for Starke people's benefit. AS 600D AS NEW l lby
The work of paving the streets is been the instrument man and later the State vs D. H. Martin, common liquor Such evidence is convincing.That' JACKSONVILLE CATTLE MARKET

now completed. The last brick was engineer in charge for the McCreary dealer; pleaded not guilty. Ver- the kind of proof that backsDoan's 'fJ

: laid on Ninth street Wednesday morn- company, while putting down the sew- dict guilty. Sentenced to three yearsof Kidney Pills.
The Interstate Stockyard, Talley reinforcing the weak places .
ing. ers and paving the streets, has been hard labor in the state prison. Hansford Austin, farmer Starke, the local live

assigned to engineering work in North State vs Robert Jackson, breakingand says: "I was having trouble from my rand stock avenue market,,report by Williamson on & Den- and strengthening thewboldsfnic-
N. H. Stokes "M. A. Blackwelder of entering; pleaded not guilty. Continued -
Carolina. While that country is back'all the time and Doan's Kidney
the visitors : : by motion of state. nis, is as follows: lure by cur new and elfeclle pro- ;
and J. J. Bielling were among higher altitude than this, Mr. Good Pills'cured me. Others of the family
Goats 2 3-4 to 3 1-4 cents.
, from the Lake Butler section win says the days are as hot as here, State vs Henry Brink and Laurie have also used this medicine with good cents. cess. 5' 0
6 to 9
Monday. and our cool summer nights are unknown Tyler absentee, breaking docket.and' entering. Placedon I results. I am glad to endorse it." Lambs, 7 to 11 cents.

BAKER'S NOTICE. there. State vs Elmer Hornsby, forgery. I Price 50c., at all dealers. Don't Choice hogs, 180 Ibs and up, $13 to ORDERS PROMPTLY Ull/D
simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's
I Pleaded not guilty when arraigned, but $13.50. PRICES REASONABLE'Starke
Have cleaned up, whitewashedand Pills-the that
you Kidney same 150 Ibs and
Medium to good hogs,
After May 15th all six cent bread painted? If not, why not? Quig- withdrew.plea at trial and pleaded cured Mr. Austin. I Foster-Milburn Co., $12 to $13. .
Sentenced hard up
guilty. to labor for I
and will be ten cents but ley Lumber & Supply Co.-The Happy Buffalo N. Y. (22)
sweet goods 18 months in state prison. Props., Good light hogs, 125 to 150 Ibs, i
will be made larger and heavier. The Home Builders.Mr. $11.50 to $12.25. Vulcanizing forks 'I
Two other counts against defendant -
twelve cent bread will be fifteen cents, To Core a Cold In One Day Good pigs, 65 to 120 Ibs, $9.25 to
for and for
but will weigh several ounces more. W. B. Haynes, of Vidalia, Ga., forgery, one Tike LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It(top*the $9.75. Robert Barrows, M'. L
uttering draft without sufficient Cough and Headache and work off the Cold. ,
W. M. BRYAN. was in Starke Monday. He had spent funds were nolle prosequied.State Drufrtfsti refund money if it fails to cure. Range hogs, $8.50 to 1150. $
Sunday with his mother, Mrs. H. E. B- W. GROVE'S signature 0'11 each box. 25c. I
vs :Marvin New berry, breakingand Hogs, 150 Ibs or over will bring $2 .
L. A. Davis, Jr., after having harvested Haynes. His many friends in Hampton Sentence per hundred more than these prices if Influence on Character
his fine field of Irish potatoes, and Starke were glad to meet him. suspended.State entering. ; pleaded guilty. Fortune' -an..spa" they kill hard. Advance of 50 cents In the molding of character nothing

immediately planted it to corn. The vs B. M. Parker, forgery. Defendant Bacon said something like this: per hundred expected on hogs of 180 matters so much as influence. It Is
Mrs. E. S. Matthews returned home the heart of all education the inner
com is up and looks promising.Dr. not present. Bond estreated. "Fortune makes a fool whom she Ibs and up.
Wednesday from Tallahassee, where Please note that lbs and $10.30to secret of home an Capias issued bond $500. Continuedon makes her darling.; Fed steers, 1,000 up,
C.- R. Marney, of Tampa, who she had been visiting her daughter at account of,absence of counsel. this refers to what we may call $11; 800 to 1,000 Ibs, $9.75 to $10.50 than any wit or genius! I is tte! value

recently visited at the home of Mr. and the Florida State College for Women. State vs Clarence Cole, breakingand "freaks of fortune not to wealth or 700 to 800 Ibs, $7.50 to $8.50; 500 to there of simple goodness, : "moral

, Mrs. C. A. Marks will shortly leave While in the capital city Mrs. Mat- entering pleaded guilty. Sentenceone eminence won by one's own energy or 700 Ibs, $7.50 to 850. thoughtfulness." Surround a life with

for Brooklyn where he goes to enlistas thews attended the Florida Pageant in state; prison. talents. Such can hardly be classed I Florida bean-fed steers, 600 Ibs and its rays and dormant goodness will not

a surgeon in the army. given by the College and like everyone State year vs Simon Jones and Gladys with the "rlprlings of fortune." up, $7.50 to 850. fail to come to birth.lULL' .
else was delighted with this magnificent -
Wesley, assault with intent to murder.
Mrs. E. S. Matthews went to Talla- affair. ,
Pleaded not guilty. Verdict, guilty.
hassee last to visit her ._ -
Saturday :==
Sentence for Jones, one year in state
Matthews The bone dry law is hard on the
daughter, Miss Jeannette :
for six months in
prison, and Gladys I
who is a student at the Woman's Col- thirsty ones, which is seen by the diminished -

lege. arrivals of express packages state Court prison. Thursday- morning Department
marked "Glass, handle with care." Even until next Monday morning at nine!' [ S
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE-That ad- the near booze is becoming so riskyto
o'clock. Three cases are set for trial
vertising: in this column pays is handle that the dealers do not wantto next week, Noah Taylor for murder. Store

shown by the .fact that a block of keep it-Four barrels of "grape Carlos Lee for grand larceny, and
Bradford Bank stock adver- cider" consigned to a dealer here, were
tised for sale has been sold at book refused, and shipped back to Jack- deal Mallory of interest Harper centers for forgery.in the A trial great of! We pay Cash for Country Produce, Eggs,

value which considerably higher Thursday.
was Taylor, who is accused of killing his

-than the,advertised offer for. it. 1. T. L. MEETING. brother. Corn and Baled Hay.N. .

The many friends S. B. Denmarkare Drives Oat Malaria Build Up SystemThe I

glad to see him on the streets The Loyal Temperance Legion will Old standard feDeral tmcthealaf took, B. HULL STARKE, FLA.
again, after his long and severe ill- meet next Monday afternoon, at four GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC 4ri w out ,
ness. o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. D. R. Jhtaria.eDrichll thl!blood.and buildup the IYSI. ,- 'JV '
Edwards. '....,tr .".. A true tonic. For nltsandohi'are.t. : -
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i f Bradford, County Farms and Farmers 1 :I Ia'

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. . . . AN APPEAL TO FLORIDA PEOPLE WHY NOT EAT lOnE RICE SAVE YOUR OWN SEED. unimpaired up to the time its seeds I seed germinates slowly] it k '

FROM THE FLORIDA FOOD I are ripe. to harrow once or twice 01 to=,
COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS In the of root the plants after
COMMISSION. case crops planting before
The great increase in rice produc- Increasing shortage of the seed supply I the carp ;
9s tion in Arkansas, which has grown has led the United States department which first produce bulbs or tubers, as u p. ?
w'J44z i'JO GOSEv the earth
I The following is a general outline of from nothing a few years ago to more of agriculture to appoint a commission by scratching away I Deep cultivation should never '
from the while they done close
Seminole County-The county agentis the policy to which each organization than 6,000,000 bushels in 1916, shows to study the situation as regards gently crowns are I to the plants after thrJ :1
still should be allowed to foot tall Ue' .
arranging for the bids on from sev- represented on this State Commission, (the remarkable growth of this grain. the supply of seed for staple very young, a as much harm would
,- en to ten one hundred ton silos to be agrees to lend its active support.On I This recalls the fact that of all the food crops and the lack in particular go to seed, preference being given to |done by breaking the corn routs ....
those which fill out their tubers most Aside
built this year. Production I grain crops of the country last year, regions. This suggests a word of cau- from destroying we _.
Thus the amateur will confirmthe ] '
Florida should heed the call of the rice was the only one in which therewas tion alike to farmers and backyard rapidly. jy cultivation is benefit; ,?
President of the United States, and ro shortage. The latest statistics gardeners.It quality of earliness in that strain. ing the loss of moisture by Prevent. _
Manatee County-This county has The weediest will be the slowest to tion and also in enpo
produce food as a vital part of her place the total rice crop of the United is wise
not to rely supplyof _
last month H. G. upon a
appointed ,
an agent fill out their tubers in many instances.In of the soil. The loss .Aoiu
contribution to the National Defense. States in -1916 at 40,702,000 bushels, free seeds from the federal
Clayton. He is now at helpingthe gov-
whose fruits
Florida is deficient in the productionof against 28,947,000 bushels of 1915, plants are eaten by evaporation contin-ies 'S
county to fill its place in the food ernment in the future. The supply is which loDe.
those fruits
are produced ear- from
food of the following kinds: and 25,265,600 bushels for the fi'e'ear already short. Heavy drafts are be- I a compact damp surfaM.
productionprogram. liest the best to select seed from from thaJI'
1. Milk and dairy products. ) average of 1911 to 1915, inclusive. ing made on the seedsmen now as the are I a loose, dry surface, and tile' .
--- 2. Corn and corn products. It is also a fact of interest at this timeof general devoted to food provided they are desirable from other evaporation tends to keep the lOil :
Wakulla County-Farmers who had 3. Pork and pork products. world shortage of foods, and consequently is enlarged.acreage Yet that demand,crops take points of view-they should be allowed -, In northern localities and at bighs6 co1t
planned to plant two bushels of peanuts 4. Hay. enormous increases in, prices the country at large, will be increasedas l to fully mature their seed. titudes the consen-atio cf heat is I.... .
each this year have, since the ag 5. Rice. that prices for rice have increased in region north of us farmers enlarge Where more than one variety of any i jquently; as !important 34 the ?.

itation for larger crops, decided to 6. Poultry and poultry products. but, slightly over those of ordinary their acreage and city people devote crop is grown in the same garden theyare i ation of moisture. Luckily:! both cons heat

r plant as much as twenty-five acres instead 7. Seed oats. years. It is possible to greatly increase their backyards to the raising of liable to become mixed throughthe I and moisture may: be conserved

: of the fiveacre plots. 8. Peanuts. the production of rice, particularly food crops.It agency of the winds or of bees and 'good timely cultivation, Hut ia Msat
9 in the states of Louisiana Texas the seeds from them will not "('ometrue" ed in evaporating or
--- Cowpeas. waiting and .
is advisable in normal times
Duval County-Never before in the 10. Velvet bean feed. and Arkansas, where the principal crop to either variety but the plants :; ture. Making the surface loose
rather than \
buy seed to
history of Jacksonville, has the inter- 11. Feed stuffs. cf the country is now raised, and it attempt saveit ,. resulting will present characteristics dry saves both soil! heat and soilDlO
from one's crops, except where the of both. The bees that visit the l-
est in farming been as great as at this We now produce a surplus of the v.-oud! be a timely move on the part of more ture.
seed selection in
busi following individuals: as well as organisations to grower practices an garden the more seed its plants willbear. l Cultivating after
time. At a recent meeting one : intelligent the Florida I heavy rains ia
ness man offered to present twelve 1. Citrus fruits. bring about a more general use of rice way says I good practice. To be matt a
pure bred pigs to be given to the boysin 2. Truck crops. as food, says the Manufacturers Rec- Times-Union. In these days, however, Finally, in planting for the next sea_ the cultivating should.! !he done ,
the farmer the u
or amateur gardenerwho Las lOOt
this 3. Cotton. I son, change the order of the beds so the surface i.* dry
county. enough to
ord.In wishes seed for winter crops or j that no variety or species shall then well. If the work
-!. Cattle. view of the fact that in countriesof [" soil is allowed to 1
--- for next will wiseif Ieeozne
spring's planting be
The largest single contribution to Europe and Asia rice is universally i occupy the space in which grew a related dry until it breaks up cloddy
Marion County-This county has or he insures a supply by selecting seed mad'moisture
the National and International food a staple food and is found to admirably I species this season. will I b* )I0st8 good
ganized to increase the amount of foodstuffs this summer and fall from his i mnkh'cannot
what is supply, will be for Florida to produceher meet bodily requirements, it i is growing I be obtained, and harm is
and to conserve Plants should be selected
produced.grown The county commissionershave i iI own food, carefully store, save and somewhat surprising that rice is mrs '.t while crops.they are growing for the pur CORN CULTIVATION likely to be done to the corn rootH. !-
I use it economically. more opular foot t the ( long as rapid
,auong pen --- evaporation is
I appointed a committee of twen pose of bearing seed. The plants thus taking
, This State does not suffi pie of the United States place, the surface will
produce generally
Primary Object is to Prevent Loss of remain cold
ty-four farmers to assist the county set aside will subtract but little from and
cient food for its need. Millions ;lace contains nutritive the growth of the
own more matter Soil Moisture. corn will be '
agent in his work. I the total of production. _,
of dollars worth of food is thanhoai other In order to
imported or any grain, nearly! I cover large arsas-quick],
annually from northern and western four times as much m ; *aes, and Seed selection has been explainedoften cultivators which work two ,
Taylor County-Six carloads of states. almost twice as much as' fat beef. Riceis enough in our columns for our Corn should be cultivated only when I.i rows are a great advantage.or molt. :

mules and sixty head of pure bred To this end the following general) an ideal food for the invalid and is i farmer readers to thoroughly understand one or more objects will be accomplished I The number of culti\'atioD'-.Decea.
have been into this : the subject. The amateur by the cultivation and when the total -
hogs shipped coun- plans are important: equally valuable as a muscle builder gar I sary and the best time "for them
since November 1. Three dippingvats dener may need word of advice, how effects will be more beneficial than i I de. .
ty 1. A good home garden for every for those engaged in hard work and !pend upon weather and soil "
are to be built soon. It is esti farm home, and a garden wherever who are in perfect health. ever. He may not produce as reliable injurious, according to United States I'I I Weeds should not be allowed conditiont. '
mated that farmers in this lost seed as the seedsman furnish but Department of Agriculture Farmers' tognr "
county possible for families in cities and An amazing revelation of the Rus can 'i a mellow surface should be maintained';
hogs valued at $50,000 from cholera either it will cost him nothing to lay a Bulletin 773. Some beneficial effects In
towns, in back yards or on vacant so-Japanese war was the health and up some seasons this may be
last year. They are going to fight the lots. endurance of the Japanese soldiery, stock of seed even if he decides later to are (1) preventing weeds from rob ly accomplished effectual. ,
one .
disease this year with serum. 2. Increase the production of corn, whose main diet has always been rice. throw them away and buy a supply of bing the corn of soil moisture and fer vations; in other seasons from or two cold:-,;.

--- oats, cowpeas, velvet beans, peanuts, At the time of the Boxer uprising in seed from those who procure their tility; ((2)) putting the surface in con cultivations may he four to"six .- _
rice ?hina it stock of growers who raise seed on dition to take in rainfall, thus pre necessary ?
Madison County-A farmer stepped hay, sorghum and all nonperishable was found that the Japanese ::
into the agent's office and said, "I want food crops. Such crops cannot be could outmarch all the armies of other great farms where they can safeguard venting run-off and erosion-losses of DOXT BE
countries. The them from cross-fertilization. water and soil fertility; ((3) warmingthe MISLED.
you to come out and give my hogs a over produced. strength and endurance
simultaneous treatment against cholera 3. Increase the production of sweet of the jinrikisha boys of Japanre Understanding the situation, we soil by drying its surface quickly; -

I sold twenty-seven dollars worthof and Irish potatoes for home use, and a constant source of surprise to the would advise the amateur gardener, and ((4)) saving moisture by checking Some farmers who luck a we -de.

turnip greens and want to invest where adequate modern storage and j traveler in that country, and it is a or the farmer, for that matter, to select its capillary rise to the soil surface. \eloped spirit of patriotism insist that '-
the money in 'hog insurance."* drying facilities can be assured. common saying among resident Amer some of his best plants and allow Some injurious effects are (1)) breaking if every one should plant all of his

-"i I 4. Do not stimulate the excessive ican women of Japan, "Oh! I could do 'them to go to seed. Let him neither corn roots, which otherwise would land to food and feed crops, prices"
,I production of perishable crops beyond that if I had a Japanese back," refer choose the poorest nor those conspicuous use some of the moisture of light I; would drop to such a low point that
St. Johns County-The potato crop market needs. ring to the strength of loin possessed for their size, look for the medium showers before it evaporates; and ((2): the farmer would find himself offering

is being dug and the yields are run 5. Increase as rapidly as possible by the native women. best. The largest plant may have forming large clods and holes thus supplies to an over-fed market. There, '

ning from 45 to 70 barrels per acr e. I the production of cattle, hogs and pool Outside of Louisiana, where the Creole the advantage of unusually favorable permitting dry air to enter and dry I is no logic in such a speech this year,

The price for the potatoes is holdingup I try. The sale for slaughter, or the cooks excel all other of America situation and be unable to transmit de .the soil. says the University of Florida extension

....: welL One farmer has sold seven slaughter of all breeding stock, should in the preparation of rice dishes, therehas sirable qualities to progeny grown i in j I In droughty regions corn cultivation division. .,:
thousand dollars' worth of potatoes be discouraged, and the killing of the been no adequate attempt in this less favorable ground. Within these is more essential and requires Don't be misled. The world Bust U

from a fifteen-acre plot, and has more calves and small chickens prohibited. country as yet to* fully develop the limitations the better the parents plant I good judgment than in most other sec cfed and the farmer is the only mal <._ 4
to dig. Garden clubs are being form 6. Dairying should be increased. possibilities of rice as a foodstuff. this season the better will be the qield |tions. who can feed it.GROWING.

ed throughout the county. I 7. At the present time, planting of When the Upland cultivation of rice on from its seed the next season. I "Ihe primary d! J';(t of itivat'V.! i itt is ,

.the following crops should be stimulated an extensive scale was in its infancy The largest, leafiest plants are n { .. ;event loss of moistmo. MoiU"f HOGS. .

r St. Johns County-At a recent meeting ] : in Louisiana some twenty-five years necessarily the best for propagation I 1 bs.es are causfi by run-off, eviui- For i
of the Chamber of Commerce, five Staple Farm Crops to Supply Food ago, Mr. S. F. B. Morse, at that time unless of a crop of which the leavesare I ration, and, most of all, weed growth IP a hog to be profitable he must
hundred dollars was guaranteed as Forage and Poultry Feeds. in charge of the Southern Pacific.Rail used for food, as lettuce. In other A most important object of corn cultivation kept growing from birth to market ,

; r prizes to farmers for increased food Rice, plant until July 15, 1 bu. per road's interests in the Southwest, gave words, the most typical and healthiest- is the keeping out of weeds.It irg age. He cannot be profitable unless

t production. Three hundred dollars will acre. considerable study to the problem of looking plants should be chosen, re- takes but little stirring of the soilto I he is healthy. lie can always !bt....
L be divided into three prizes for the Peanuts, plant until July 1, 8 qts. increasing rice consumption. He'madean pecting the superlatively large as well kill weeds immediately after they in a profit-producing condition if he is '

farmers producing the best yields of per acre (shelled) investigation as to the variousforms as the undersized. If a plant so selected germinate and before they have used fed 1:. A. Thomas' Hog Powder. Wt _

corn on ten-acre plots. Two hundred 'Velvet beans (early varieties) plant in which rice was prepared by should afterward develop dis much soil moisture, but to destroy positively tell you that this remedy v

dollars will be divided into three premiums until July 1,1 peck per acre. the Creole cooks of Louisiana and discovered ease or become infested by insects or weeds that are well rooted the soil prevents cholera, removes worms and.

to be given farmer who producethe Sorghum, plant until August 15, 1-2 that there were more than 250 be injured in any other way, cut i it must be worked -deeply and thoroughly. cures thumps. If the powder does tot
greatest yields of sweet potatoes bu. per acre.Cowpeas different ways in which rice could be out. To bear the best seed possessing .. This requires much labor and make good we will Sold by D. C.. .
I i:: on five-acre plots. and soy beans, plant until prepared for table uses. the most vitality and therefore most I be accomplished without breakingand cannot Jones, Starke, Fla. May 4-11-18-2$.,..

t. July 15, 1 pk. in 4 ft. rows, per ac re. likely to produce healthy offspring a destroying many corn roots. In

SWEET POTATOES FOR SOUTH Sweet potatoes, plant until Aug. 1, plant should retain its vitality entirely I many sections, or in seasons when the ii Trespass cards for salt/ at this aka
7,000 plants per acre. lion of foi .1 products grown ;in Florid :

Government Greater Acreage Corn, Mexican. plant until June 15, That special attention be given to .
Devoted urges to This Spud. 6 qts. per acre. the wiz wono."Seal use and saving of Bad Colds From Sudden Chufes. '_

June or Cuban millet, plant until the sea ff/ol and game cf Honda.( Spring brings all kinds of weatia._'
Aug. 1,1 gallon per acre. Marketing and TransportationThat and with it come colds end the mini
WASHINGTON, May 9.-Bigger Cut hay crops when in bloom and business men be urged to fur Armour of winter coughs and hoarseness. Dr. '
I sweet potato .acreage in Southernf get two crops. nish the sections now lacking such fa- Bell's Pine Tar.Honey will head off a" -

f States was urged by the Departmentof Note-All small potatoes, the refuse cilities, all possible means for clean- new cold or stop the old one,the woft-.

Agriculture in a statement explaining from the present Irish potato crop: ing, grading and otherwise preparing Standardized Fertilizers fag balsams relieve the sore throat and:"

that by using vine cuttings from should be carefully stored for seed fora Florida farm products for market. heal the irritated tissues. Get a bot-"-a

early set plants, the cost of plantingan fall crop to be planted during Sep That attention be given to distribution I tie today and start a treatment at COM

acre would be only $4 for sweet potatoes .tember. of all surplus garden crops in and ( At your druggist, 25c.; Formal 01 -
compared with $40 for Irish That farmers be urged to use he about cities. This fa no time for experimenting: get standardized (I) oq 9

potatoes. .best possible labor saving implements, That the market news service and Armour Fertilizers of proved crop-

.i "The sweet potatoes," says the statement I and to tend crops carefully. That other assistance from the United making ability. We offer our complete lir.eof '

"are the South's chief instrument :production per acre may be nade the States Department of Agriculture, Bureau long.lasting, soil-building fertilizers, scientifically COFFINS CASKETS, :

for a quick and effective increase I I maximum. of Markets be secured. made from well known, standard materials And a full line ofUndertakers' -;'
of the food supply. Seed is plentiful; I That we earnestly! endorse the pre That steps be taken to secure equitable with but little change. Note especially!

last year's crop was the second largest .ident's plant to fix a minimum price transportation rates and facilities our excellent formulas for Citrus Supplies
ever produced. By means of vine for farm products as a means of protecting I for all farm products. and Sweet Potatoes. Get trees Always on hand. The best service _
tings it is cut-I farmers from yours early- tour .
possible to plant almost speculators and Finances
read free at the lowest prices. Special
limited areas of this crop, and at assuring them the just fruits of theirI That all merchants and bankers be catalog booklet carefully first. attention to telegraph orders.

same time conserve the present sup jl I i toil. urged to furnish money and credit for

i ply."That I On Labor food production, seeds, fertilizers, improved Armour Fertilizer Embalmer -
is, a farmer who wishes to !|i That through the local organizations tools storage facilities, etc., as Works Registered
-I plant ten acres will bed seed enough '. the Commission and its allied a most important contribution to this '

'j -say 8 to 10 bushels-to get slips for ,'1 I forces, proceed to survey the state, to patriotic business of feeding the state Jacksonville Fla. DeWITT C. JONES .
I" one acre. Vine cuttings from this acre :ascertain the actual labor needs of and nation. Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston 1 Co f

I would plant mainy more acres, plantings I i Florida farms and the actual labor Seed Starke, Fla.

being possible until the first of I I supply of each county and the 'stn te. That we the ,4_! .
urge saving and safe .
August in the lower South. This That each community and -
system I. county endeavor storage of sufficient for -
enables the utilization of land to supply ]local labor needs of all seed planting --- ----' ;:
crops, as an imperative
from which early potatoes, cabbage : farmers, and that full co-operation This is the-protection necessity. Ji.1'
; and other truck have !fwinth the Federal and defense of
crops been ta Departments of Agriculture the state and nation.
ken. j and Labor be maintained in ::1

"Sweet potatoes are not expensive to .order to supply any labor needs which That Economy every effort and be Utilization made N. M. SAULS :

grow. The yield per acre is usually the state cannot supply within itself. all public officers and through
greater than that of Irish potatoes, I Idle labor should be urged to get to ties to prevent outbreaks private of activi
and as food they nutritious. work. contagious
, That the diseases to live stock and poultry, and Produce Commission Merchant
I taking of farm labor out also plant diseases injurious to ESPECIAILLY
PLANT THE AVAILABLE ACRES. of the state for MSC in factories and duction. pro
industries, de discouroged. ADAPTEDFOR
I! Economy and Utilization ConclusionWit Southern Products a specialty
A trip over the state will show many \ That a campaign be inaugurated hthe earnest desire that this YOUR STATE ;,.,

: small fields lying idle just now. Some j throughout the state in cities, towns state and her people should be aroused -v-- .11
are idle because of a lack of available 'and in the for to their full responsibility in this
country greater
help for planting and tilling. Others I with use of food. That waste economy and hour and should measure up to her H FREE 135 South Second St. Pa.

have not been planted because the'I'extravagance be discouraged and full National duty and her state heri Philadelphia, J

owners believe it is too late now to put .thrift and economy encouraged. rage this Commission asks the cooperation

in a crop. Many things may yet be ': That Florida people be urged to of all the people and all public \ .

'.. planted; food and feed crops are need use Florida food in preference to food and private forces in the state to ac OUR INSTRUCTIVE '-
ed. There is a list of staple farm ,[shipped in so that the farmers of complish this great purpose.P. CATALOGUE AND HARDWARE AND
S crops that may be planted given in i,state may find ready markets for th thir H. ROLFS, WEEKLYPRICE '
the article "An Appeal to the Florida President, State Food
That Commission.
!I crops. canning, preserving and Plows
People From the Florida Food Com ['drying be stimulated as a means of LIST Cultivators, Farm MaciiineryHartee( and

mission" published on this page and saving. That all fruit and vegetables Whatever You heed a aeoeral Took
each farmer should read it I capable of being dried: oe preserved Take Grove's SEND FOR Field Fence.

If seed for planting is not available i by i, that method. That tin cans be used The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless THEM TODAY.JACKSONVILLE. .
'" ask Mr. Spencer, of the University of j i only for proiucts to be sold and that chill Tonic is equally valuable as a I-
Florida extension division, to get it for ,[glass jars be used as 'a* as possible General Tonic because it contains the JONES HARDWARE STORE
you. If money is what you lack, notify !;for home use. veil known tonic properties ef QUIND N SlED OI

.. your banker. Somebody has to raise '', That 1 uness men be urpd to tad IRON. It action the Liver Drives

everything you eat, so do your hare vide r':el>ns of storage and preservr.-p-- n.out. ::is Jlalarii vp tb-s V.Enriches Lite Srslss the Flood SC c and ls Fl.a Starke Fla.

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and chimney pots that was Paris each between England and Belgium for re- Starke, Bradford County. Florida on Monday

felt regret at parting. 'sisting invasion,from the eastern fron against the Circuit W.Court C. Anderson.of Bradford Milton County.Koiryth F.orida.C

: INSIDE THE LINES -"To Egypt, yes," Woodhouse ruefully tier. If the Germans strike as swift A. Browning. John Andenon and G. W Car-

admitted. "A dreary deadly place in I ly as I think they will the foreign office ter, and, in and favor bearing of Bank datr of of the Starke Sib t ay corporation of-

the sun' for me. To have met you, Johnnies will be so flustered in September. A. D. 1914. wil offer for safe and

. Miss Gerson, is has been_ delightful, I moving out they'll forget these papers will sell to the highest und best bidder for .
Town of '
cash at the court house djor in
I American slang,' you'll call it. If I quite." I I'm telling you about. Then your Wil the 4th day of June, A. D. 1917, the tame being .:
"I hope," the girl said as Woodhouse helmstrasse will know they've paid for a legal sales day of said Court during
off the French
could rattle as I
: PROLOGUE. ** easily only as I do New Yorkese I'd be a handed her into a taxi-"I hope that if the truth when they paid Billy Cap- the real legal estate hours' of situated sale,tie lying following and being dscribed in-

; | wonder. I I'm afraid I won't that war comes it will find you still in per." Bradford County State of florid to-wit:

* A "Inside the Lines" first appear- > "mean Egypt, far away from the firing line." Capper eagerly reached for his glass Southeast quarter of northeast quarter.. frf Section :
of make good. six (6), TOWDlihip- rS outlh range
'4 ed as a stirring war drama "Oh!" "Not a fair thing to wish for a man and, finding it empty, signaled the twenty-two (22) east and containing forty
today, the best of its kind since <8I > in the service," Woodhouse answered, waiter. (40) acres more or less.
z Earl <8> "But why should I worry about com w. j. EPPERSON
"Secret Service. Its author, laughing. ,"I be happy whenI "Ill buy this one, Louisa," he said
<8I > ing over alone?" Jane urged. "Lots of may more 545t. Sheriff. Bradford County, Fla. .
}: Dell Biggers, is known to fame American here alone say my best wish for you is that grandiloquently. "Can't have a lady
<8> girls come over
; *s the author of "Seven Keys to <8>' with an American flag pinned to their when the war comes it will find you a buying me wine all night." lie gave I BILL FOR rO CLOSURE.
; Baldpate." His later play has long way from Paris. GoodbyMiss the order. "You're going to slip me In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial C'rtuit' of
shirtwaists and wearing Baedekerfor .
, ..' Robert Welles a Florida Bradford County.
" novelized by and banknotes
Gerson luck. tonight-right
good some now
been ,
R. S. Fernandez.
<6l.g > a wrist watch. Nothing ever hap- Eta Fernandei by
,. Ritchie, and the story opens ate <8> ties. There was a place, a very narrow pens to them." Captain Woodhouse stood, heels together aren't you Louisa, old pal?" Capper her husband and next friend J Jv
< of the present great war and hat in hand while her taxi anxiously honed his cheeks with *
;;. onset the <8> one, next to the fat Fleming; also Captain Woodhouse looked out on a Chas Cummings et .
Caught by
r t drama in Europe. QA there was a vacant place next to Jane the flying panorama of straw thatched trundled off, a farewell flash of brown hand that trembled. The woman's aLDIII For FOh 06ure. t

'-4 e swirl of events, a lovely American 9> Gerson. The Samaritan caught the houses and fields heavy with green eyes rewarding him for the military eyes were narrowed in thought."If Notice to Appear. ;'
is detained in Europe and becomes correctness of his courtesy. Then he I give anything tonight, Billy THE STATE OF FLORIDA P
; gal enmeshed in the <8> girl's glance in his indecision, read in grain. He seemed to be balancing his you To Mamie Dewheart. Lncious Detheart. .
Ia; t innocently & it something frankly comradely and words.. He glanced at the passenger hurried to another station to take a Capper, you'll get drunker than you Clyde Cummings and Porter Cunnings. "

L, machinations of spies and of the chose the seat beside her. the aisle wizened little train not for a Mediterranean port and are now, and how do I know you won't Greetings: J
service of two contending 4 across a man, I distant but for Berlin. run to the first English secret serviceman It having been shown liy affidavit t tat, the \
secret Egypt
,.t{t is replete 4 "Very good of you, I'm sure, he asleep. In a lowered voice he began: defendants Mamie Dewh-art. Iuei"Dew- I .
chapter "
, t nations. Every murmured. "I did not wish to pre- "A woman alone--over here on the you meet and blab? heart Clyde Cummings and Porter Cu ming*
i-, with mystery and incident skill- sume"- CHAPTER II. "Louisa, Louisa, don't say that!" are non-residents of the state of Flnrii a. and
threads that blend to continent at this time! Why, I very that the residence of said defendants fMamie
if. 4> fully woven "You're not," the girl assured, and much fear she will have great diffi- From the Wilhelmstrasse."It Great fear and great yearning sat in Dewheart and Lucious Pewhrart i* M City
surprising climax. Capper's filmed eyes. "You know I'm of Savannah in the State of Georgia ad that
there culties when the-ah-trouble
fresh ingenuous
4 was something so so comes. the residence of said defendants Civd4 Cum- ..
' would be wiser to talk in Ger- honest Louisa. You wouldn't milk .
in the tone and the level "Trouble ?" Jane's eyes were ques- me mipgs and Porter Cummings in at City of Indianapolis
. man the woman said. "In these times this all the info I've ,
:1' glance of her brown that the Samaritan tioning. way-take got in the State of Indiana, reap.tively
eyes French or English speech in Berlin"She and then throw me like dog!" and that there is no pe.von in the Sate of
ioi CHAPTER I. felt all at once distinctly satisfied "I do not wish to be an alarmist, a Florida the service of a tubpoena upon whom
oi'. finished with a lifting of her Cold scorn was in her glance. said defendants either them
.. with the cast of fortune that Miss Gerson, Captain Woodhouse con- would bind or Gerson, Buyer. shapely bare shoulders sufficiently elo I and that said defendants Mamie Dewh rt and
Jane "Maybe might manage to get youa
4; had thrown him in the way of a distressed tinued, hesitant. "Goodness knows we Lucious Dewheart are over the age of f ventone )-
The "
"Ihad two trunks-two, you ninny! traveler. He sat down witha have had enough calamity shouters quent. waiter speeded up his task position with-the Wilhelmstrasse. yean and that defendants Oydt Cummings -
.: of refilling the man's glass and. discreetly She named the great secret service office and Porter Cummings are under the
Ou est l'autre? lifting of the checkered alpine hat among the Unionists at home. But *
;, Two withdrew. under her breath. age of twenty-one years.
> The. grinning customs guard lifted ,he wore and a stiff little bow from the have you considered what you would "You can't go It is therefore ordered core-idrred i,nd adjudged
,L ; : shoulders to his ears and spread waist. do-how you would get back to America "Oh, I'll talk in German quick back to England, to be sure, but you that the said defendants M-imk. Dew-

It -' his "Mais mamselle" "If I Miss Gerson-I in of-war The word enough," the man assented, draininghis might be useful in the Balkans, whereyou're heart Lucious Dewh'eart. Clyde Cumtvnn and
: out his palms. may, am Captain case last Porter Cummings do appear to the Complain
t''; .' "Don't you 'mais me sir! I had two Woodhouse of the signal service." was almost a whisper. thin half bubble of glass down to not known, or even in Egypt. ant's Bill of Complaint herein on or before
. I the last fizzing residue in the stem. You have your good points, Capper.You're the 4th day of June A. D. 1917. in default
1( _:: trunks-deux troncs-when got "Oh! The girl let slip a little gasp, "War? she echoed. "Why, you don'tmean whereof a decree pro confesso will be entered
aboard that wobbly old boat at Dover the meed of admiration the feminine all this talk in the papers is""Is "Only 0 just show me you've got the a sly little weasel-when you'resober. i against' the said Mamie Dewheart. j.vciousDewheart

. this morning, and I'm not going toro heart always pays to shoulder straps. serious, yes," Woodhouse an- notes to pay, that's all." For an in- Perhaps"i Clyde Cummings and fcrte.* Cum

L-' budge from this wharf until I find the "Signal service;; that means. the swered quietly; "very serious." stant-half the time of a breath-a "Yes, yes; get me a job with the mings.It is further ordered that this notice be

other Qne. Where did you learn your army?" "Why, Captain Woodhouse, I thoughtyou flash of loathing made the woman's WJlhelmstrasse, Louisa!" Capper was published in the Bradford County Telegraph a

'II....'. French, anyway? Can't you understand "His majesty's service, yes, Miss had war talk every summer over eyes tigerish, but at once they changed babbling in an agony of eagerness. County newspaper, Florida published once at each Starkr week for in five Bradford consecutive

, when I speak your language?" Gerson. here, just as our papers are filled each again to mild bantering."So "You know my work. You can vouch weeks. i

t-,I { The girl plumped herself down onto "You are, of course, off duty?" she spring -with gossip about how Wagneris ? Friend Billy Capper of Brus- for business me, and of you the needn't mention that set IN my WITNESS hand and WHEREOF.affixed: the seal I haw cf hereunto< ur Circuit -

:' ? of the unhasped trunk and folded suggested, with the faintest possible going to retire from the game or the sels has a touch of spy fever him- Lord Fisher letters;,' Court on this the 3rd day of MaL A. D.

-1: ; her arms truculently. With a quizzical tinge of regret at the absence of the Yanks are going to be sold. It's your self and distrusts an old pal?" She you were tarred pretty much with the 1917. T. WEKKf IW. 1:

_. smile the customs guard looked stripes and buttons that spell "sol regular midsummer outdoor sport over laughed softly, and one slim hand toy- same brush there, Louisa. But, come, (SEAL Clerk '

down into her brown eyes, smoldering dier" with the woman. here this stirring up the animals." edith a heavy gold locket on her be a good sport; pay me at least half By R. A. WEIK.. .

I. dangerously now, and began all over "You might say so, Miss Gerson. Woodhouse smiled, though his gray bosom. "Friend Billy Capper forgets of what yu think my info's worth and 5-4-51. Derul, Clerk.
I : I'll take the rest out in salary checksif -J ,
gain his speech of explanation. I 1 Egypt-the Nile country-is my sta- eyes were filled with something not old times and old faces-forgets even NOTICE OF MAgTE .'S SAtENotiee
. caught familiar mirth."I the matter of the Lord Lisher let- you get me that job. I'm broke, .
She unoVr'and
"Wagon-lit! tion. I am on my way back there after I is hereby given that in
. word. "Mais oui; that's where I wantto bit of vacation at homeLondon fear the animals are-stirred, as .ters". Louisa! His voice cracked in a sob. pursuance of a certain final deem! ...ndeMon 4

go-aboard your wagon-lit, for Par- a I mean,a of course." you say, too far this time," he resum- "Chop it, Louisa!" The man called "Absolutely stony broke!" orable the J.30th T. Wills.day of Judge April of 1917 the Circus)>y te Court.Hon- -

is. Voila!" The girl carefully gave I She stole a quick side glance at the ed. "The assassination of the Archduke Capper lapsed into brusk English as She sat toying with the stem of her Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida in -nd for
' "Mon tick- Ferd"- he the his wineglass while Capper clasped handson Bradford County. in a certain cause Vherein
I of
three syllables. banged wineglasson
the word face of her companion. A soldier'sface
'i' the table opened and shut themselves W. H. Dowling and J. H. fowling te com
et pour Paree!" She opened her patent it was, lean and school hardenedand "Yes, I remember I did read some- the damask. "No sense in raking plainants and J. F. Gatlin and W, II; Gatlm.

leather reticule, rummaged fur- competent. Lines about the eyes thing about that in the papers at home. I that up again-just because I ask you without his volition. Finallyshe co-partners' as W. H Catlin i Company,Master are
made a swift move of.one hand to defendants. I, E. M. Johns as Speintl
iously therein, brought out a handkerchief and mouth-the stamp of the sun and But archdukes and kings have been I a fair question-ask you to identify will offer for sale and It'll for 'rash at

- ii,- a tiny mirror, a packet of rice the imprint of the habit to commandhad killed before and no war came of it. i i yourself in your new job." her bodice, withdrew it with a bundleof public outcry to the highest and beat bidderat
notes crinkling between the fin- the sawmill plant (hereinafter described
t '_ papers and at last a folded and punched taken from Captain Woodhouse's In Mexico they murder a president be- j "We go no further, Billy Capper," located in the southwest of section Thirty-

.5j. ticket This she displayed with a features something of freshness and fore he has a chance to send out 'Athome' 'she returned, speaking swiftly in Get- gers. four 134) Township Six (6) South Ran e Nineteen
"Not another word between "Three hundred marks now, Billy ((19) East. near the Town of Worthington :- 4
flourish. cards. man. us
I in the index
triumphant youth, though giving -
-i I Springs in Bradford County Florida dur-
i Capper, she said. The echoed {
t "Voila! II dit 'Miss Jane Gerson'that's of inflexible will and lust for "Europe is so different from Mexico : ;unless you obey my rule and talk this man ing the legal hours of sale. on Monday the

r,::! me-moi-meme, I mean. And achievement. His smooth lips were a ," her companion continued, the language. Why did you get that mes- I the words lovingly. "Three hundred 4th day of June 1917. the following described
now and promise to to property.to-wit:
my try get a
e. il dit 'deux troncs.' bit thin, Jane Gerson thought, and the .lines of his face deepening. "I am sage through to me to meet you here I All of the rights titleintenst. rotate claim <

",> "Now, you can't go behind that, can outshooting chin, almost squared at afraid you over in the states do not in the Cafe Riche tonight if you did number for"you with-my people.That's demand and equity of the said defendants in II
- you? Where is that other trunk?" the angles, marked Captain Wood- know the dangerous politics here; you not trust me? Why did you have me "Fair fair? be Louisa." He stretched and forth to in all that of the certain propt contract rty mentioned and agreement and set
1 as
: "Pardon, but if I may be of any as- house as anything but a trifler or a for that. You are not in a land where carry your offer to-to headquartersand can made and entered into on, towit.he 20th I
jI out clawlike fingers to receive the day ofIa,. 1916 by and Ixtuwn W. H. I .
here to talk business
sistance" flirt. She satisfied that nothingof are so far should thank God for come ready :
I. was ; you
I thin sheaf of notes she counted from I.Dowling and J. H. Do*ling of tu one part :
a Miss Gerson turned. A tallish man presumptuous or forwardness on that. You are not in a land whereone if it was only to hum and haw about and J. F. Catlin and W. H. Callin. copartners r
her roll. "Here the wine-the
..; in a gray lounge suit stood, heels together the part of this hard molded chap from man--or two or three-may say, my identifying myself?" comes using the firm name of W. (I. Oatlin & .
wine I'm buying We'll drink to my Company of the other part which itaiil agreement
and bent stiffly in a bow, nothing Egypt would give her cause to regret 'We will[ now go to war,' and then you 'Louisa-Louisa, old pal; don't be is recorded amen the public records in
o success at landing a job with-your
-- of .the beau or the boulevadier her unconventional offer of friendship. go. willy nilly." hard on poor Billy Capper," he mum- Bradford County. Florida. and in Book 4 of I .

fIlabuut t his face or manner. Miss Ger- Captain Woodhouse in his turn had The seriousness of the captain's bled. "I'm down, girl-away down people."For me tonight the woman all Misc and!. Records every ,right on page and 463 privilege, et sen.of a.:said well defendants as ,
no more ,
t :: son accepted his intervention as heaven made a satisfying though covert, appraisal speech and the fear that he could not again. Since they kicked me out at to cut and manufacture into saw-

. ...,:.;, sent. of his traveling companion by keep from his eyes sobered the girl. Brussels I haven't had a shilling to She rose.answered. "My cape, please, logs saw-mill and cross and ties for the saw-lofrH pine Ilml..r as i i.i sid suitablefor eon-

: much! TheI of mirror inset above She looked out on the sun drenched bless myself with. Can't back to and and
; : "Oh, thank you ever so means a narrow RO "But I !" tract agreement defined standing:
,' see, doesn't understand the baggage rack over the oppositeseat. plains of Pas de Calais, where toy England-you know that; the French ,i say Capper protested. lying and being on t1 OBI! certain pieces and
guard, I'm
{: you "Just one more bottle-the bottle parcels of land situate in the counties of Brad-
I ,; good French. I just can't make him Trim and petite of figure, which villages, hedged fiields and squat farm won't have me and here I am, my din- i I buying. See, here it is all and I I ford and Alaehua in the State of Florida and
I ....; houses all in order established stock in trade left I proper particularly described us follows to-'it
understand that one of my trunks isI was just a shade under the averagefor lay ner clothes my only :
cooled. Marks the end of bad luck, !
, ,. missing, and the train for Paris"- height and plumpness; a small seeming for all time in the comfort- and you even having to buy the wine." so it does. You won't refuse my to drink Description Schedale "A"See TVpR .

I : the stranger was rattling head set sturdily on a round, smooth able doze of security. The ploddingoxen A tear of self pity slipped down the NEVi& of SE'j ____.____::... 1 65 19E 1 1NI.i
t; :$.: Already I with me to my good luck that's com of SEIJ _______________11 6S 19E
, incisive French at the guard. That neck; face the very embodiment of drawing the harrows amid the hard drain of his cheek and splashedon ing?" NW>4 of SWU and SE'i of

. mc.iA1 bowed low and with. hands and J,independence and self confidence with manikins in the fields, the slun.berous his hand. "But I'll show 'em, Lou- "Your good luck is likely to stop SE 4 _______________-------12 liS 19E
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, ;'1 .h"- Kiss' Up to the Minute Key York, indeed -'. "Don't you think everybody is suf- sels shop you want to sell to the- now while luck's with you." SW'4 or ?'W or Stt'

'.; "Gersoa-Jane Gerson of New York, ; From the cocked red feather in fering from a bad dream when they Wilhelmstrasse?" the woman asked "Ha>>ged if 1 do!" he answered stub- zi.SE!SE 4 of ot NE4 SW4! __._Sl'__:___and uz.t. 68 WES

I she promptly supplied. her hat to the dainty spatted boots say tehre's to be fighting?" she quer- tensely. bornly.! -"After these months of handto N& of NE NW4! 8W

misunderstanding Miss Jane Gerson appeared in Woodhouse'seyes ied. "Surely it is impossible that folks "Yes if the Wilhelmstrasse! is will- and SIi of SE'4 19E
,,: i: "A little ; mouth and begging for a nasty pintof SE'4 and SEVJ of SWW ____29et GS6S liE
:; ;1, Cmon. The customs guard says your a perfect, virile, vividly alive over here would all consent to destroy ing to pay well for it," Capper answered ale in a common pub-leave good SW NE% WE19E:

. :!t other trunk has already been examined American girl. He'd met her kind be- this." She waved toward the peaceful his lost cunning returning in wine when it's right under my nose?" SE NY.. SW and%E.>N\i 4 of of NEVJ 8J;%___and__33 6S

I': passed and placed on the baggage fore; had seen them browbeating bazaar countryside."A a bound."I Not me!" Still protesting against her SWV4 of SEVi __________SINU. 8S 19E

,: van. He was trying to tell you merchants in Cairo and riding bad dream, yes. But one that am authorized to judge how much refusal to drink with him the wine he E i of SE%. SW>4 of._ 6S 19E
of RW 3S
SE and
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: that it would be necessary for you to desert donkeys like strong young will end in a nightmare, he answered. your information is worth," his companion would pay for himself-the man made W\iI, W>4 of NE%, NE'4 of

t ;;i permit a porter to take this trunk to queens. The type appealed to him. "Tell me, Miss Gerson, when will declared, leveling a cold glance that a point of injured honor-Capper NEU and NWV of SEV4 .86 65 19E
l for starting. The first stiffness of informal meeting be through with work in .S% of S {". NWi,4 ot 5WJ"!,
time you your
the before tell of
train into Capper's eyes. "You can me grudgingly helped place the cape and S'i of NE'" of SWli .. 1 TS 19E
S. k! n 1Lfl lui yourThe pvrmi'un:ftftAR"- wore away speedily. The girl tactfully Paris and on your way back to America what you know and depend on me to web lace over his companion's white 51, of NEVi. N% of SE%.

' 1. stranger turned and halloed toa directed the channel of conversation ?" pay well or-we part at once." shoulders and accompanied her to her I E'i SWVJ of__SW___%___and_____SWVi______of__ 2 .S 19E
porter, who came running. Miss Ger- into lines familiar to Woodhouse. "Not for a month, that's sure. May- "But, Louisa"-again the whine- taxi. NWVi of NEVi. NWJ4 of N

-i- son had the trunk locked and strapped What was Egypt like? Who owned be I'll be longer if I like the place." "how do I know you're what you say? "If you're here this time tomorrow I wi;. 514{ of NWVi. EVi of
and of SE'4 S 7S 19E
,.,.... in no time and it was on the shoulders the pyramids, and why didn't the own- Woodhouse pondered."A You've flown high since you and I night and sober," were her farewell EH of NE%. NW% of NEViSWVi -. 4 7S lIE

. :j of the porter. ers plant a park around them and month. This is the 10th of July. worked together in the Brussels shop. words, "I may bring you your number of NWVi and W of
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time Miss he think I afraid- I Miss Gerson NEVi
/1, "You have very little charge admittance? Didn't am say, The Wilhelmstrasse-most perfect spy in the-you understand; that and Eof NW%. NEVi cf SWVi .
Gerson. The train will be making a Rameses and all those other old pha- please do not set me down for a meddler machine in the world! How I'd like to your commission to duty." I and SI!! of SE'4 _________10 73 lIE '

: start directly. If I might ah-pilot raohs had the right idea in advertis- .-this short acquaintance and all be in your shoes, Louisa!" "God bless you, Louisa, girl!" Cap- NW 4 and of SW NW%%.of SE'4 SW'of _NEVi ___11 73 19E :

you through the station to the proper ing-putting up stone billboards to that-but may I urge on you that you She detached the heavy gold locket per stammered thickly. "I'll not fail i. W' of NWVi, NE'4 of NW. ,.

train shed. I am not presuming?" last all time? The questions came finish your work in Paris and get backto from the chain on her bosom, with a %. NV4 of NE%. EH of
she answered Woodhouse found England at least in two weeks?" you. SE'4 and SW of SE'4 __12 73 19E
"You are very kind, crisp and startling; quick twist of slim fingers had one 'N>4 of NE'4. SW% of NE

hurriedly. himself chuckled at the shrewd incisiveness The captain had turned and was look- side; of the case open, then laid the (Continued Next Week.) Vi. NVj of SEVi SW% of
Rameses an advertiser ing into the girl's with, an earnest SEVi and Si, of SWVi ____13 73 lIE -
Samaritan of them. eyes locket before him pointing to a placeon
They set off, the providential N\< of SE%. SW% of SE%
in the lead. Through the waiting ; and the pyramids stone hoardingsto i intensity that startled her. "I cannot the bevel of the case. Capper sweptup + + + + + + + + + + + + + and l NW'4 ____________14 7S lIE
fame through tell all I know of I + LEGAL NOTICES 4MASTER'S E1I of SEVi and lI>W%' of
almost all those boys you may looked for
broad platform, : the trinket searchingly
room and on to a carry SE% __________.._______15 ":S 19E
looked themin not even know the truth though I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + J
:4 deserted, they went. A guard'swhistle the: ages! He'd never on an instant at the spot the woman had 4 + NEVi of NW%, aDd NWVi of 0

;; shrilled. The stranger tucked that light before."I think I have a bit of it, right enough.But designated and returned the locket to Notice is hereby given SALE.that under and by NEVi _____________________23 7S liE t

: a helping hand under Jane Gerson's say, Miss Gerson, you'd make an one of your sort--to be caught her hand. virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure made W SEVi of _NEVi_____and__NE__%_of...24 737S lIE \ i.
real- alone on this side of the water by the and rendered May 2. 1917. by the Judge of SI of NW and NW
the sprint now 8'4. % %
to steady her in sharp excellent business person, "Your number in the Wilhelm-
arms the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit _____ __ _
madness that is brewing! By George, of NW ____ __ 28 19E ;;
down a long aisle between tracks to ly," the captain voiced his admiration. strasse," he whispered in awe. "Gen- of Florida in and for Bradford County SE'i of NWVi _____._______.33S 73 19E j <.
j where the Paris train stood. It began "Just cable that at my expense to I do not like to think of it! uine, no doubt. Saw the same sort of in chancery sitting corporation in favor of The adminiatrator American >4 of Lots 1. !'. ? and 8 ..

f, to move before they had reached its old Pop Hildebrand, of Hildebrand's "I thank you, Captain Woodhouse, mark once before in Rome. All right. of Trust the estate Company of G.a F. Markillie. deceased complainant and and all NVi of of Lots Lola t and Sand 11 10__ 7 63 "ME '

midlength. A guard threw open a department store, New York," she for your warning," Jane answered him Now listen, Louisa. What I'm goingto and against: J. K. Roberta and Barbara NH of SVi and SEVi of S J

i carriage door, in they hopped, and flashed back at him. "I'm trying to and impulsively she put out her hand tell you about where Brussels standin will Roberta.offer for defendants.sale before the the courthouse undersigned EVi! ________________ 65 20E r
Lou 4, 6, 7. 8. and 10 and :
d with a rattle of chains and banging of convince him of just that very thing." to his. "But you see, I'll have to run this-this business that's brewingwill door at Starke Florida between the legal noun' NVi of Lot 4. and SVi of

buffers the Express du Nord was off "Really, now-a department shop! the risk. I couldn't go scamperingback make the German general staff sit of ale on Monday. June 4. 1917 to the described highest- LotS ______?____________19 6S 20E
and best bidder for cash the following
NW% of NWVi 211 63 20E
4 on its arrow flight from Calais to the What, may I ask. do you have to do to New.York like a scared pussy up." The woman inclined her head lands situated in Bradford County Florida Lota 1, 2 and 3 ____________30 65 20E6S

1; capital for-ah-Pop Hildebrand?" .. cat just because somebody starts a toward Capper's. He, looking not at to-wit: NH of Lots 4. 5 and 6 ___Si 20E
Said land lying and being in the County of
!-Y1' The carriage, which was of the sec- "Oh, I'm his foreign buyer;' Jane war over here. I' mon trial. This is her, but out over the rich plain of bro Bradford. State of Florida. to-wit: I erty Also situate, the following in 3radford doMribcd County.personal Florida prep-to

ond class, was comfortably filled. Miss answered, with a conscious note of my first trip as buyer for Hildebrand, cades, broadcloths and gleaming shoulders A one-fourth eQual division according fourth to the wit:
here to buy gowns and it's a case of make or break with government survey of the southwest One dark bay mare mule named Son; One
'; Gerson stumbled over the feet of a pride. "I'm over began in a monotone: |HH of northeast fourth of Section twen- colored
i mouse mule named Julia
- puffy Fleming nearest the door, was for the winter season, you see. me. War or no war, I've got to make "When the war comes-the day the ty-two (221. Township five IS) South of range black horse mule named Jack ; One dark: bay

launched into the lap of a comfortably "And this Hildebrand, he sends you good. Anyway,"-this with a toss of war starts-French artilleryman will twenty ((22)) east Commencing more particularly at the northwest described hone mule named Jim; One gray horse mule
1j follows:
: upholstered widow on the opposite over here alone just to buy prettiesfor her round little chin-"I'm an American be behind the guns at Namur. The as corner of the SWi,4 of NE%. Section twenty- !named.George;Dewey One ;gray One mare gray mule hone' named mule named Kate:

seat ricocheted back to jam an elbow New York's wonderful women? citizen, and nobodyll! dare to start English"The two (22) Township five (5) south range twen One black horse mule: named Bill r One black

It into, a French gentleman's spread Aren't you just a bit-. -nervous anything with me."" ]I Hungarian orchestra of forty ty.two twenty-six(22)and east two-thirds and running(26 2-3)thence roda. more east named honemule' Sid.named 1 mouse Mack colored; One hone,ray joule,hol'lle' named mule '

newspaper and finally was catapulted to be over in this part of the world- "Right you are! Woodhouse beam- strings swept into a wild gypsy chant. i or less, thence south sixty (60) rods moreor Tom : One gray hose mule named Geechy ;
I ed his admiration. "Now we'll talk Iras thence west twenty-six and two-thirds One black hone' mute! named. Tnbefc One dark
; into a vacant seat next to the window alone? Dissonances, fierce and barbaric, swept (26 2-3)) rods, more or less thence north sixty I bay
, J, about those skyscrapers of Everybody mare mule named Bell; On! bay bone
: r on the carriage far side. She gigI "Not in the least," the girl caught like angry tides over the brilliant floor (60) rods, more or less to point of beginning mule named Charity; One tar snare mole

; ; gled, tucked the skirts of her pearl him up. "Not about the alone part, I back from the states has buildings some of the cafe. Still Capper talked on, to also government one-fourth survey(Oil equal of the division same southwest according 1 named Litzie: Four log can 4d harness
those famous complete, and portable mill
about complete -
; grey duster about her, righted the chic should say. Maybe I'm fidgety and thing to say for first and the woman called Louisa bent her fourth C4) of the northeast fourth (H) of I I including one all Haws belt sali, carriages. engines
head making good on and I'm fairly burning Her face' said section twenty-two ((22) lying directly boilers hooks
I; sailor hat on her chestnut brown sort of worried about jewel starred head to listen. and of the pumps pipes chAins
of above described tract same
who knows east
information from and all other fixture -
hand one and
mach.nery appliances
and patted a stray wisp of hair back the job. This is my first trip-my very I -the face of a fine animal, was set in dimensions and area. used in or arojnd said saw i'ill.*

into place. Her meteor flight into and first as a buyer for Hildebrand. And, I them. and the rapt attention. ,, E. M.Special JOINS.siF Muter.. The purchaser or purchasers' tcipay for ti
through the carriage disturbed her nota of course, if I "should fall down""Fall echoed- grim Laughingly shadow of war was pushed away I I "You mark my words," he finished, tles.Dated this May 2. 1917. i J
Woodhouse ,
whit. down? ; 'when the German armv enters Bru- SHERIFF'S SALE. E. M. J.JHN3.
-t from them though hardly forgotten by I
t As for the Samaritan, he stood uncertainly mystified. The girl laughed and struck either.So I| sels proof of what I'm telling you will Hereby notice is given that I W. J. Ep- 0. O. McCOLLUM. Special: Muter.
with her Sheriff of Bradford County. State of
i1 in the narrow cross aisle, her left wrist a smart blow the afternoon sped, and when th:? \be i there. Yes, in a pigeonhole of the I person Florida under and by virtue of that certain I J Jacksonville Florida .

jj swaying to the swing of the carriage, gloved right hand. sun dropped over the maze of spires foreign office safe those joint plans execution issued out of and under the ae&Iof Solicitor (or CcmplainanU. i S-4-Ct
and reconnoitering seating possibili- "There I go again-slang;

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;;' : --l.l 1 E. J. Roberts last week. W. B. Jenkins janitor .
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position at the depot here,. and will J. I. Ogden '
day.Mr.. Redding, of the Flat Messrs. Ernest Wells, Ury'Gunterand R. C fetching! 17 ___ _
leave in a few days for Wabash, Indiana Henry Heiberx-r tie 7 __i ..
where he has accepted an excel- Ford section, was' a business visitor to James Godwin left Wednesday for E. C.. Warren teaching a ..
It is that theyare Mrs.C.. Poppell do S--- .TfcZb'
Jacksonville. reported _
lent position with the Big Four Rail- Raiford Saturday.Mr. Emma Darby do -! -
rF F News Item 11 way Company. Mr. Pinholster is a : Tom West, of Vanderbilt, was going to join the army. E. K. Stui-k do -I" ,_-.tMrs. ._---.;;
with merchants Saturday.B. Mr. R. J. McCutcheon, of St. Peters- Olive Ray do ___ __ .
fine young man, and has made many trading our Bradford Co &.nk Srrowd ___ ,
friends here, who regret to have him J. Rosier,. of the Rosier Bridge burg, is transacting business in Lawtey Franc Slark teaching 3"J]_IODq I-
seciion transacting business in this week. Alma Clark do. _
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leave. was :- ---4 ;
j latcrestinf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Clyde G. Mullady has accepted a po Raiford Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and I Thede-Moore Board C jcUrned.. incidecuit 21.( ,

Refular Correspondents. sition with the depot force here. Jim Futch, of Elarbee, was a Judge and Mrs. G. A. Gardiner, of JUlie ,
J The social given at the home of Mrs. business visitor here Saturday.W. Starke, were guests last Sunday.at the The
A. A. Futch for the entertainment of J. Jones, of Lake Butler, was home of Mr. E. J. Roberts. Philip Curii.xs.Author's [L8t >;;
-,- r .. the Woodmen Circle was a most enjoyable here last week, engaged on the brick Between 7\\11 mjtlir.r'of\\. .. the ,

' $!: r PALESTINE. ttended Sunday school- at Long Bridge affair, and a very pleasant work of the new home of Mr. and Mrs. LAKE BUTLER thlt: th'III.:1I lit', Ilk-;:.- II"toiJ, flritell., rf'l1ll.""""j

'I'f Sunday.I evening was spent. Mr. and Mrs. P. Clifford Jones. contact with rteoM. i.r. ,4ri.-/I: .
M. Geiger of Waldo. were the Miss Clara Price, of Graham, is visiting '\' -
I Stevenson, of Raiford, visited among is JIM on &,.;" lit 'UIJ.UIeri"
i : A party composed of Misses Bessie her sister, Mrs. Millard Johns, last out of town guests. her cousin, Mrs. W. H. Andrews.Mr. I The rains of this week were very acceptable woul.1 run :t mile: "Th"S"tIle which .

1 and Ina Brannen, Effie and Cassie week. Dewey Bugg has bought a Ford car. J. H. Collier the well known to everyone and especially to In a writer's if,':' t greatest tst1

k' Hurst Mittye Waldron and Mr. Dan Mrs. Obby Moody visited her par- P. M. Geiger, of.Waldo, was looking cross tie man of Worthington, was a the farmers, who all have beautiful 'Is: the man who l4j' .
Hurst attended the graduation exercises ents, Mr. and Mrs. Yarborough at after business interests here Saturdayand business visitor here Monday. I crops in our section, but were needing could only write ahvnyf l UyS. 'If n.
at Lake Butler last Tuesday night. Raiford last week. while here sold his Ford to William Quite a number of Raiford people ; rain very much. Since the rain the happened up a tSing that '

I Mrs. Sarah Auford spent Sunday The debate is progressing nicely. A Jones. attended court in Starke this week. I cotton and corn is leaping from the the greatest t my ani>. J would maq'

I I with Mrs. H. A. Brannen. special program is being prepared anda Little Miss Free Wynn, the attractive ground. Every little garden patch _- -- story _ju. f'er 11 re&.e .
t I Mrs. Effie Hodges, of Jacksonville, large crowd is expected. Everybodycome. little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.L. seems as if new life has jumped intoit You: Need; ---- t- S
"! is spending a few days with her grand WORTHINGTON. A. Wynn, of Starke, who has been though the strawberries have just a Sprntb Laue, ',"

.,. 1 mother, Mrs. J. J. Hodges, who has visiting her aunt, Mrs.: A. J. Johnson, I about gone. The!' is a prospect of a Dr. King' New UfeJPiU 1ri1! (

1 I been on the sick list for the past few WOODLAWN.Mr. Prof. A. B. Shaw made a business for some time, has returned to her fine blackberry crop, as every fence move the accumulated tastes of 'I-

i I weeks. trip to Jacksonville Friday, returning I home. jam and corner is filled with the fruit the ter from yotr intestine-si the burdeal'
I ,. : Misses Effie and Cassie Hurst, Mit- Saturday afternoon.Mr. :Mr. Jacob Varnes of Johnstown, wasa and they are just turning black. blood. Get that siggia ;

i! N tye Waldron and Mr. Dan Hurst attended and Mrs. D. L. Phillips was attending W. F. Cone, Miss Blanche An- business visitor here Saturday.Mr. I! The spring term of court for Brad- fever feeling out of :0'; Ir 11I4

1 i Pentacost service at Dowling to business in Starke Satur dreu and brother, Mr. Summer, of and Mrs. Steve Denmark, of Curd county opened this week at the brighten' your eye, CIearyom eGlllplQ,

0' If school house on last Sunday morning, day.Mr. Brooker, were in Worthington Sun- Baker county, were trading with our county seat. Quite a number of people ion. Get H.atm wdJsnap of t
: and from there went to the State J. S. Norman was transacting day afternoon. merchants Saturday.Mr. from here and the surrounding country purified healthy blooJ. NT. Kinr'1 Nev

j' Farm. I II business in Starke Tuesday. I Misses Lula and Vergie Thomas and Doc. Norman, of Vanderbilt, attended.We Life Pills are a non-rjping Iant&i

j' I Miss Mittye Waldron, of Lake City, I Mr. Dewey Green visited at San brother, Algar, spent the week-end I was a business visitor here Saturday. areg lad to say that Mrs. J. B. that aids nature's pro ss, try thea

". I who has been spending a few days derson Saturday and Sunday.Mr. 'with their parents near Dukes. I Insurance Agent Cobb, of Lake But- Dowling, Jr.'and son, Fred, who have tonight. At druggists, |5c. ((1)1 )

.. I with Misses Effie and Cassie Hurst, H. S. Norman was a visitor to Mr. Riley Wasdin and Mr. Earnie ler, was a visitor here the last of the been very sick, are convalescing. {'\ --'

I returned home last Monday. Brooker Saturday. Dowling, of Graham, were visitors to week. 0. G. Schell attended the regular ,-
t Misses Effie and Cassie Hurst are Messrs. S. T. Starling, J. Q. Futch Worthington Sunday afternoon. Mrs. G. H. Cone left Sunday for a meeting at the Masonic temple last 6j'r :: .

; visiting in Lake City, the guests of were transacting business in Starke Miss Edyth Warren was called to visit to her mother in Edith Ga. Tuesday. Quite a number attendedand / ?.....t

Miss Mittye Waldron/' Friday. the bedside of her mother, Mrs. H. S. Mr. Geo. 0. Jacobs spent the week- much interest manifested.Mrs. I.'if..

Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Hurst spent Mrs. W. H. Norman visited in the Warren, last week, but we are gladto end with his family in Lake City. Singer returned last Sunday 1," 1

:! Sunday with the former's sister, Mrs. Vanderbilt section Sunday. note that her mother is improvingand Senator A. D. Andrews, after stay- from Gainesville, where she has been ,o.} .i .
Paul Mikell. Mr. J. S. Norman was a visitor to Edyth has returned to school. ing several days in Raiford with his for a few weeks, visiting her son, Mr. b r -

i Mr. Dan Hurst has purchased a new Starke Wednesday.Mrs. Mr. Julian Collins and sister, Mary, family, left for Tallahassee Tuesday Wm. Sobol, and family. '

Ford. L. Sapp, of Raiford, visited were visitors here Sunday afternoon.Mr. morning.Mr. Miss Ruth Page and Miss Inez Mar- 1

her parents here Sunday.Mr. H. B. Lamb, of Worthington, and Mrs. J. H. Cone, of Law key, who have been teaching school at

; A. Sheffield left Tuesday for has just opened up his cold drink tey, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Avon Park for the past season, are
i NEW RIVER. Bryceville, whlre he will make his future stand. H. Andrews Sunday.Dr. home for their vacation. 3 '.'p

home. Mr. Looney Morgan and Rand Crewsof and Mrs. A. J. Johnson spent Mrs. Mann will leave for a visit with
: Mr. M. J. Sapp was a business visitor Mr. R. H. Green was visitor to Brooker, motored over to Worthington Sunday in Starke, guests ofIrs.. relatives in Georgia this week.

: to Worthington Springs last Sat- 'Raiford Saturday and Sunday. Saturday afternoon.Mr. Johnson's sister, Mrs. L. A. Wynn.Mr. Mrs. A. C. Whitaker is visiting with IQ

1 urday afternoon. Elder and Mrs. D. L. Phillips were Roland Anderson spent the week S. B. Stevens, of Lake Butler, relatives this week at Hampton.Mr. !

i Mrs. E. Linnon spent last Sunday in transacting business in Starke Friday.Mr. end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. was in town Tuesday.Mr. T. E. Anderson, the, popular
; Gainesville, visiting her mother, Mrs. and Mrs. W. H. Norman visitedin Lem Anderson, last week. D. C. Kinlaw and daughter, Miss young salesman for a well known drug I

: Newberry.Miss the Vanderbilt section Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Georgia ,Davis, of this place, Abbie, of Jennings, were visitors in house, was a business visitor here on
Lizzie Thomas left last Saturday Dewey Green was visiting in made a short trip to Lake Butler Sat- Raiford this week.B. Wednesdt)'.
r morning for Jasper, where she Raiford Saturday and Sunday. urday morning.Mr. D. Kelly made a business trip to Mrs. Alice Langford was married

will spend a few weeks. Misses Katie and Fannie Thompson Lando Maines was visiting relatives Sapp Tuesday afternoon. last week in Tifton, Ga., to Mr. Lip-
Mr. B. F. Renfroe was transacting visited friends near Lawtey Sunday.Mr. in Worthington Saturday and Misses Thelma iBailey and Minnie ham, who is a prosperous farmer and 1
business in Lake Butler last Satur- G. C. Wooten of Lawtey, was Sunday.Mr. Hilton, attractive little daughter and stock raiser.

day.Mrs. here Saturday in the interest of the Durant Lamb and sister, Marie, niece of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bailey, of Mr. W. S. Pretorious, of Statesboro,

B. J. Sapp returned home last Lawtey Telephone Co. and Mr. Carl Lewis, of Brooker, motored Lake Butler, spent Tuesday in Raifordas Ga.. was here Monday and Tuesdayon
Tuesday from Hastings, where she had Mr. J.1.. Norman was a visitor to I to Worthington and spent Saturday guests. of Miss Loca Cason. business. ,

been spending a few days with her Starke Monday. j i and Sunday. :Miss Annie Rimes and Miss Mildred -
daughter, Mrs. W. U. Connor. A band of singers composed of CoIl Roberts spent last week with Mr.

Mrs. Jesse Byrd, of Graham, spent I MILLER.We I and Ganns, representing the Tuscaloosa LAWTEY. and Mrs. T. H. Rimes, at Dukes.

.t'. last Sunday here with her parents, Music Company, also Mr. Mc- Dr. H. C. Carver, of Alachua, was

,Ir. and Mrs. J. C. Berry. doff our hat to "Taxpayer" in Leod and sister Miss Pearl. of Ala- Mr. Dalton Carter, Wateroak, in Lake Butler last week visiting his -
Mr. J. M. Mott, of Worthington, wasa the Bradford County Times of last chua. rendered a very delightful progrum was attending to busines sin Lawtey relatives.

visitor,here last Tuesday.Mr. week. If "Taxpayer" will call wehave at Sardis Baptist church Sun- Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. Luna Burgess returned to her %

E. Linnon was a business visi- a contribution in reserve for 'day.j Louis Hubbard, of Palmetto, is home in Ocala Tuesday. She has been _
tor to Lake Butler last Saturday after- him which we will gladly deliver. j Mrs. Mart Stephens, of Lake Butler a guest at the home of his uncle! _and visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. M. .

noon. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rimes and Mrs. and two little girls, with Mr. Boss aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill. I Richard. Miss Marion Richard accompanied -
A party consisting of Messrs. Jesse II. S. Miller attended church at New Xewsom as chauffeur, were in Worth Mrs. J. W. Addison and children left her back home and will

Thomas, Calhoun Berry, P. B. Crews, Zion Sunday. ington on professional business Sat- last week for Wymauma, where Mr. spend' a few weeks there. Ugoodies tit just '

I Clyde Parker Misses Nellie Thomas, J. S. Brown and family and J. S. urday. Addison is employed on a 300-acre i m-e-I-t in lOu* mouth
i Phyla Renfroe Pearl Renfroe attended Howard and family of Dukes, attended :Mr. A. M. Thomas, his two daughters farm. SCHOOL BOARD ADOPTS I I light, B.ItTytender -

I church at Sampson City last Sun- church at Bland Sunday. Truddie and Bertna, accompanied Mrs. W. H. Parker, of Huntington, NEW REGULATIONS cakes, biscuitdoughnuts ; and
day night Miss Gussie McNire has returned to by Miss Effie Douglass; attended W. Va., accompanied by her son, Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parker and her home at Fort White Saturday, after services at New Hope church Sunday.All Frank Parker, of Chicago, arrived i tiJt just :
children motored over to Lake Butler spending sometime teaching musicat report a nice time. here Tuesday and will spend some timeat (Continued From Page 1.) keep yon banging

;.t Sunday afternoon. the homes of Messrs. J. L. and J. Mr. Arthur Cellon, of this place, is their home in East Lawtey.Mr. 'ro.rnd the pz4ry-all y .
Mr. Calhoun Berry, of Orange Mills S. Brown. at work on a farm in the Lacrosse sec and Mrs. R. Gill and daughter; intoxicants on school premises while made with Ca* imet-

returned home last Sunday. Marion Waters attended church at ,tion.Dr. Miss Ruth. left for their home in Anthony under contract to teach. the safest, tur at, most .I
Remember Sunday school every Sun- Bland Sunday.The I J. 0. Phillips and wife are leav- last Thursday, after spending The following bills were audited and economical: Baitig Pow- .
day morning at New River at 10:30. social given at the home of ing tonight for their old home in several days here is the guest of Mr. ordered paid: der. Try [it-d"Te"IWIT

: Everybody come. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown on last Fri- Greenville! where they will spend a and Mrs. H. C. Peace. Mrs. Peace and B. M. Dowling refund ____u- .OO bake-day biIl1rt- :

Mr. P. B. Crews spent last Saturday day night was highly enjoyed by the few days, after which Dr. Phillips will daughter, Virginia and Bettie, May. A.Fefitys Draper teaching do ___--___________-_-__-___ h?_ 115.00 2.75S. R.ce 9ec1llial.etf Awarli ;,
in Raiford. younger set of this community.Among join the army corp as physician. He panied them and will spend accom-I'lInn Carter do _____hUn n. 70,Pfl :!V.. Coos Boo*' '-
!.. f I'those wants to be one of the first from j! a Ina Alderman do ___________________ 55.00S. < Sttflif i.fa* f On.
present were Misses Elsie Har- this at that place.I -
; I
S. Dowlinu do ___--____________ .. 125 00
L ELARBEE. rison, Lulu and Virgie Thomas, Carrie state to stand for the "Red, White and I :Messrs. A. A. Stokes and M. L. Load- Sunolia Vaughn do _____________-,-,__ 75.00
Belle Brown, Gussie McNire, Mabel Blue." They leave many friends in holtz visitors Delle Stroman do ________________ 65.00
Worthington and were to Jacksonville Fri Drew Co.. supplies: __________________ 4.42
I Brown and Elsie Stokes. Inman Har- all neighboring day. Town of Starke paveirent ________ 210.36
: ; Mrs. J. M. Futch was shopping in rison, Dennis Roberts, Josie and Verdie towns who will miss them very much Messrs. A. B. Prevatt and Gus R. B. Ford teaching ___________ 25.00
t Raiford but Daisv McFadden do ___ ______ _____ 25.00
Saturday. Harrison, Barney and Algar Thomas, I will wish them great success. Loadholtz left last week for South F. R. Poppell incidentals- u 2.95
I Those who attended prayer services Furman and Seeber Stokes, Dewey Florida where they have secured em- T. B. Pinholster bd service--_-_-_--_-_-_--_- 7 00
1 at Manning Saturday night were Mrs.J. and Elmer Fralick. Quintus Ward, I ployment.Mrs. I J. E. Douglass do ______________ 9.00
id M. Futch and ; RAIFORD. J. C. McRae do -___________-.______. 4.20
son, Linzie Miss Carl Brown and Mallory McNire.N. I, A. M. Van Dyke visiting in E. R. Poppell do ______________ 125.00
;;; Maude Futch and Mr. J. W. Waters H. Stokes and Eugene Douglasswere I Jacksonville several days last week. Mrs. T. E. Waldrup demonstration __ 50.00

j'-)f: of Raiford. All reported an interesting in Lake Butler Saturday on bus I Mr. R. B. Roberts and family, of I Miss :\Iatt!' Stal;;by was visitor to A Lizzie C. Kelley Marshall do _teaching______________________________ 25.00 50.00
sermon. iness. Worthington, were guests at the homeof Starke Monday. Quigley Lumber Co. supplies ________ 10.00
Mr. John Waters, of Raiford is Sam Hon. I I Bradford County Bank interest _____ p
Knight, of Lake Butler Tele- I and Mrs. A. D. Andrews Sun- Mr. Drayton Colley, of Starke, was W. T. Weeks 147.70
spending the week-end with --------- 1.25
Mr. and --
phone Company, has been repairingthe day. visiting relatives and friends in Law- Bradford Co. Telegraph printing ____-_ 13.00
Mrs J. M. Futch. lines this week. j .Messrs. Ben Brannen and Leon An- tey last Sunday.Mr. I S. S. Dowling teaching ____________ 125.00
Rev. J. M. Futch went to White :Mr. and :Mrs. Leslie Ward of Worthington dison. of Lake Butler, spent Sunday in J. A. Stalsby, of Highland. was Delle Sunolia Stroman Vaugnh do_._____________________ 75.00

-: Springs Saturday and returned home passed through here Sunday,.I Raiford. attending to buSines sin Lawtey Sat- I W. N. Bailey do ----___?___-__-_-_-_-_--_-_-__- 40.00 65.00
Monday night. J. D. Jones, of Providence, motored Mr. Dan Hurst and two sisters, Misses 1 urday.Mr. Special Tax Dtsirict-' I
Quigley Lumber Co. _.____
Mr. supplies j
Hardy Harris made a business through our burg Sunday. Effie and Cassie, of Palestine, and : L. L. Sapp was transacting business E. C. Warren teaching ________.__ .6,4511 i'
trip to Raiford Saturda '. Furman Stokes visited W rthing- :Miss Walden, of Lake City, spent Sunday in Stare: Monday. I Mrs. J. C. Poppell do _______________ I I I!:
I Miss Maude Futch Emma Darby do _______ 50.00'I
will leave for ton Saturda\. in ------- j
Raiford, guests in the home ofI I Mr A. M. Banchard! was transact Olive Ray do ___________-__-___.___ [ I I! i'
Macdenny Friday where she will John Rogers, of Worthington, was i I I Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Taylor. ing business n Starke last Thursda Mrs. E. K Stuck do _____________ 50.00 i
spend several weeks with her sister, ia! our community on business last Mr. Charles Sapp, of Lawtey, Messrs. D. C, Hood and J. W. White .t Son ______________ i.70 j j
Mrs. Laura Thrift. spent Oscar Grif- J. W. Morgan books C7 _________ 9.46
Saturday. Sunday in Raiford. I fis I loft last d!:1': for Wymauma Wade Kennedy janitor 23 __________ 12.09
. There will be prayer meeting at the 1 Mr. Brady Bryan formerly of Rai- I where they will seek employment. 'I' Times Bradford Pub. Co. printing 2 ___________ gjs> '%. 'OAMJGFOrfbi'CAGC
Elarbee school'house every second and I : ford, but who is County Telegraph print 2 2.50 ; .-
HAMPTON. now living in Lake Steve Futch wa fourth Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. i I Butler, spent Sunday in/town visiting Starke the firs rart Of the week. J W. Watterson water 2 ____._____. 35.00
Everybody invited to come. I relatives and friends. Justice B. D. C. Jones plumbing 2 _______-____. '1.90
Mr. J. M. Futch made business i A number of our citizens attended i icourt'at 1 D. Keily, of Raiford, was Lake Butler Drug Co. supplies 23 __ 11.80 Cheap anj big carBaii gPowdersdoa*
a Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Newmans, of I transacting busines sin Lawtey last J. M. Groover teaching 14 __________ 750
, trip to Starke and i Starke this week. save uotif y. Cai itnetdoitfrPjf!
Ci'y you
Lawtey Tuesday. i near Elarbee. were trading in Raiford J Saturday. Water t Light Plant water and f
Air. Tom HOODS, or Manning, came I Mr. Reuben Sullivan was a business i Saturday. -. ------- Quite- number of the iiga! 3_______ --________________ 45.00 and fat btrerior ta sounrilk_and_sod"*
through our little town Sunday after visitor at St rke Monday.P. : Mr. Ernest Lawtey folks fro
Wells of Lawtey attended the -----i .,
was closing exercises of the
noon. He was on his way to Man I E. Johns and David Dyal and visiting relatives
j and friends in town Starke High School this week.
ning. iwjy, of Belmore, spent the weekend Sunday. Mr. : t
The stork visited our town May 6th, here. the guests of relatives. i i Mr. B. D. Kelly was a visitor to .
was busines visitor Starke
a Monday.
and left Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. I Strong .
Hardy Harrisa Rawley awtored to .
Lawtey 'i
from Friday and Saturday. The sad news of the death of Mrs. 3 ;
fine Sarissota in the
baby. early week, an.! Hon. A. D. Andrews the
spent week- j jMilteer, at Holland Va., last Thurs-
are a!: home again here. !
i in
jend Raiford with !
his day
family. was received her
LONG BRIDGE. I C. Hagan, of Palntka, Ka> ought Mr. Ervin Grifis, who is in the cross !I Mrs. Geo. T. Pearce. by Mrs. Milteer daughter,
the was
perry Johns Arguments
place jus.vest of i] tie business
at Worthington. nearly 87
town 2nd will l make it his future :lionv spent years of age. Mrs. Pearce ili
Saturday and
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins gave a A wise move. i iThf !his family. Sunday in Raiford with I has the sympathy of the entire com-

party last Friday night. Quite a large meeting of the W. C. T. L. Tuesday Messrs. inanity in her bereavement. ,
crowd attended. All John Browning and Carl I Mr. G. Harold Pearce left few To carry less cash often ...
report a fine rtternoon was well attended and a j j Milliard! of Wateroak a means more ,
time. Those present were Misses Carrie t very interesting program was render- ''visitors in Raiford were business days ago for Bainbridge, Ga., to ac-I money. savif'j
Turner, Annie Clemons Lena Mer- ., Saturday. cept a position as one of the pitchersof *. I I
ritt Ida Merritt Mrs. Pearl Johns ed.R.. S. Rcand Mrs. L. C. Futch, of Vanderbilt the Bainbridge baseball team. To checks
Fernandez, of Stule, use in
vas j-s in place of is f establish
were trading town Satur- Messrs. currency >
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. D. Wearen
J. Banks, Mr. and Mrs.I. pleasant visitor here Tuesday.A and Frank
L. Merritt, Messrs. Joe Dowling. regular communication of LodgeNo. day. Green left last week for Ortega, a concise record and !guarantee an absolute receipt -

Gurney Crews Roan Turner, Ernest 129, F. &: A. M., will be held Fri- town Postmaster, George Coffin. of Johns- where they have secured employment I for every expenditure.
was a visitor here Fri- I Mr. jr
Henry Futch ;
Williams Those from was visitor
New River a
were diy: evening at the Masonic Hall. Workin to
Misses Tylitha Melvin Ozena Melvin the entered day.Mr. j Starke last Sunday. To be generally known of .
apprentice, and fellow-i i! end Mrs. J. L White as a regular pltron
of Law- Dr.
Messrs. Horace Melvin I H. Freeman, of Starke
Clyde Parker, craft degrees will be exemplified. was the BANK OF
tey, were of STARKE is and
Arthur Barry Jesse Thomas ; guests their daughter, I I a professional visitor to Lawtey to increase prestige .
Mr. and Rev. H. E. Ridenour will fill his Mrs. W. H. Ahdrews last ;
I Sunday. Thursday.Mr. I standing in the
Mr*. Rob Andrews. Those from regular appointments at the Baptist Mr. community. f :
Raymond Norman
Brooker were, Mr. and Mrs. L. Johns, church both Saturday and Sunday.J. I Vander- A. M. Blanchard was transact-
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Morgan, Misses E. Toney was a business visitor J Jbilt, one of farmers Bradford county's success- ing busines sin the Wateroak section Are you enjoying the e
Nellie Knabb. Myrtle Morgan, Willa i to Starke Wednesday. '\''business young here was transacting the first part of the "week.
May Knabb Messrs. Frank Cone A. M. Williams Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling .
was were
transacting bus I Mr. D. G. Wilkinson ?
of the Flat visitors advantages j
j to Starke last
Scott Andrews Barney Andrews and iness at Starke Saturday. |. Ford section, Thursday. -
was business visitor -
a Mr.
several others. D. Ury Gunter was in Starke _
W. Moore, of Theressa, was looking here I Mon -
:: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tison and children after business interests here during day on business.
of Starke, visited Mr. Tison's the week.H. W. J. Stallings of the Rosier I Quite a number of the citizens from I Bank of

U parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Tison, B. Weest was a business visitor Bridge. section, was in Raiford Satur- this section are in attendance at the Starke I

Sunday They drove out in their Ford. Gainesville Tuesday. I 1 day.J. S. Circuit Court at Starke this week.

r: Mr. Percy Kelly, of near_Brooker, Jthn<<: W. PhhcMcr has resigned his terding: Rosier to business, of Evergreen in was at- Mr. Aaron Roberts, of Baldwin, was Starke Fla.
Raiford Satur- ;
.- .. a guest at the home of
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