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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 18, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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r:;, -VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1917. NUMBER 46. : '

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I r iATIITAYLORPLEADEDcwlr FLORIDA MEN FOR TO MILITARY RAISE 4,598 DUTY IMPORTANT PENDING AT LEGISLATION TALLAHASSEE:UNITED!. STATES IS NOW\ ACTUALLY




i TO MURDER IN SECOND DEGREEKILLED EVERY REQUIRE DRAFT THIS OF NUMBER 500,000 WILL OF SEX. ANDREWS REGARDING-WRITES STATUSOF TELEGRAPH I I I I ENGAGED IN EUROPEAN \\V ARMRS.


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I MEN FROM FLORIDA. IMPORTANT MEASURES.The I,, r

\ HIS OWN BROTHER FIRE AT RAIFORD. SCOTT GAVE PRIZE. |:TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYERS -

DURING SUNDAY CAROUSAL WASHINGTON, D. C., May 15.-ln Telegraph is in receipt of the I I:! CROSS THE ATLANTIC '

Word was received in Starke Wednesday every draft of 500,000 men that is following letter from Senator A. D. In the Telegraph's account of the
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that the. home of Senator A. made for the war with Germany thatis Andrews giving the status of some important -',commencement exercises of the high I'! '

DELIVERED TO PENITENTIARY D. Andrews was burned to the groundat made for the war with Germany, measures now pending before school it was stated that a prize of $5 > AND ENTER AT ONCE: UPON PATROL I

TUES. MORNING TO BEGIN H o'clock that day. Only meagre Florida will be called upon to furnish the legislature: I for the best essay on "Tuberculosis: DUTY-DEADLOCK ON '

particularr have been learned here, 4,598, according to the official estimateby The House and Senate seem to have Its Cause, Prevention and Cure," was' I I FRENCH FRONT UNBROKEN
LIFE SENTENCE. '
SERVING but it is. understood that the fire the Wed Department. settled down and are very busy with :given by the State Board of Health.

caught from the kitchen flue and that Under the initial draft to furnish their legislative work. There have 'I I'This was erroneous. The prize was I }

When the circuit court re-convened before discovered the flames were be- 500,000 men to make up the first army been a number of bills during the past 'given by Mrs. F. A. Scott, of this city. There have been no very important I'

Monday morning Noah Taylor, indicted yond control. considerable amountof for the war New York will furnish the week which have been taken up and Mrs. Scott is a member of the state developments in the great world war

for murder in the first degree, en- the furniture in the home was sav- greater number, 45,845, and Nevadathe amended and are now on the calendarfor health officer's field staff, but the of- during the week. The deadlock on the ;

tered a plea of guilty to second degree ed. The house was fairly well covered least, 500. This has been deter- final passage. One of these billsis fering of the prize was an individual French front continues with neither

murder, which was accepted by the by insurance. mined by the War Department, which a pension bill which provides for matter. side winning any very important ad

state. Judge Wills then sentenced the has its machinery perfected to put the giving the old Confederate soldiers vantage. .

man to hard labor in the state draft into effect immediately.In and their widows a pension of $17.50per In Russia there appears to be wide-

young penitentiary for the remainder of his SEALS BILL FOR addition to the state quotas under month, and we hope to pass this PENSION BILLREACHESSENATE spread demoralization and there is yet

the initial draft each state must bill.Another I I some fear that RUS.iia11 make a sep-

life.The supply men to bring the national guard is the convict bill, which arate peace with Germany, though all
effect of accepting the plea of
to second murder is the SCHOOL INSPEC- and regular army up. to war strength provides for giving the counties a the forces contending for cbntrol in
guilty degree either by volunteer system or if that number of the convicts to work on that country claim that Russia will
had been found
same as though Taylor fails, by extension of the draft. The their county roads, leasing some for stick to the Allies to the end| On the .
of murder in the first degree
guilty regulars will need 130,000 to bring the purpose of deriving a revenue to strength of the inactivity of the Russian '
recommended to the of the
and In either case the mercy punishmentis TIONPASSEDI their ranks up to the war strength of help pay the expense of maintainingand MANY AMENDMENTS WERE army Germany is reported to
court.
11,942 officers and 157,846 men, while operating the State Prison Farm have started a movement (.f troops k

life imprisonment. I I the national guard will require at least and other expenses that may be incur- MADE TO HOUSE MEASURE from the Russian to the French front.

Young Taylor was delivered to the I 200,000 men to replace vacancies due red, and it further provides for allot- This movement is reported tjj consist

pentitentiary at Raiford Tuesday MORNING to discharges because of dependentsand ing some to the state road departmentto SENATOR ANDREWS MADE GALLANT of 800,000 soldiers. They are,intendedto

morning by Sheriff Epperson. I I AFTER STORMY SESSION the like.blOTHER.S. work on the state roads, and the FIGHT TO SAVE BILL re-inforce the army. now fucine the \

The crime for which Taylor was indicted : balance are to be kept at the State French and English. j ;, or

was the killing of his brother, I I DAY AT THE VARIOUS Prison Farm for the purpose of improving IN ITS ORIGINAL FORM. The telegraphic reports idicate a '.

Berry Taylor. The tragedy occurredat BILL PASSED 34 TO 11-SAID TO CHURCHES.The and cultivating it. large falling off in the activities of the 4 f

the home of Martin Taylor, fatherof BE AIMED AT CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS A bill was introduced creating a TALLAHASSEE German submarines. They seem to i

the principals, near Sapp Station, OF churches here observed Moth'er'sDay state road department, providing for Senate May 16.-The have done less damage during the past ; i I

on Sunday, January 28th. Berry Grif STATE. giving them all the convicts except the today devoted several hours to week than any like period since the unrestricted
in
last Sunday a fitting manner. the consideration of the Confederate 4 .;;
fis, Ernest Griffis, Willie Griffis and I ones used on the State Prison Farm, warfare began in ?":bruary.. .
decorated
.' Jeff Starling of the The Baptist church was prettily but by making hard fight myself, together pension bill, which had been introduced The first active participatin t
young men com I I TALLAHASSEE, May 15.-This and a committee at the door a Senator Andrews of the c
of Bradford
by
munity, were visiting the Taylor boys. morning in the House of representatives pinned a flower on each person who with the help of others, I be- United States in the war ctne Wed- t
had
and been
had been lieve this bill will be defeated and county, pending as a spe- nesday when
Whiskey drinking indulgedin the stormiest session held a squadron of American A
was entered the church. The pastor, Rev. cial order for the
of
and the young men became involvedin convict bill No. 492 passed instead. waiting receipt torpedo boat destroyers reached Eng- I*
since the of the sitting
convening present W. G. Law, preached in the morning a the House bill the
on same subject, it
a general row. Noah Taylor became of the law makers, but the storm sermon in honor of mothers, and in the We also have a bill introduced whichwe being thought that after the House lish waters for a campaign against the .
incensed with Grif- hope to the countiesto German
much submarines. 'following
Berry pass allowing The
very I from ,
came entirely of fathers.
a source unexpected. evening a sermon in honor had threshed out the provisions of the
fis and left threatening to secure a gun It blew out of a discussion of the The evening subject was a new depar- assess more millage for school pur- bill it could be in the Senate account of the arrival of the squadronat *
and shoot him. He went to the homeof poses, providing they need more. passed Queenstown, England, appeared in ii
inspection bill introduced by Mr. Seals, ture in this line and a very wise plan, withour further amendment, but in
a relative half a mile away, secureda It also looks at the present time as the press dispatches Thursday: gj
of Bradford, at the very beginning of as honors to the fathers have been too this the advocates of the bill mis- .
and returned. When he if the State Tax Commission will be : were Queenstown !(}. A
gun approached the session. It gathered as it progressed long neglected. Really, the custom of taken. May squadron .1
the party his younger brother retained and given more power. J of American torpedo boat destroyershas t-
until jt became a veritable cycloneof observing Mother's Day should be I' Substituting the House bill for the j
Berry Taylor, who seems not to oratory and other kinds of speech-. changed to Parent's Day. While we have defeated many dras- Senate bill safely crossed the Atlantic and is i

have been involved in the row, got in making. At the Presbyterian church Rev. C. tic bills, we have also passed a number ticns attempts to place restric- patrolling the seas in war service.

front of Berry Griffis and called to him of good bills. I on qualifications of persons who The American navy's entry into the
The bill the II. Abernathy delivered a sermon suit- could
was finally passed receive
that all hands had made friends and by The bill to place the lands of the pensions brought much war zone has already been productive
House 1Jy a vote of 34 to 11, but not un ed to the occasion, and the choir sang confusion as several senators had
now wanted to make friends with him. State Prison Farm in Bradford county of a brush between a destroyer and a p
til of the members the floor old songs that our mothers loved. A
on I amendments the
some covering
He met this friendly advance by saying had found out some of the views other specially pleasing feature of the music on the tax books, has passed the Sen- :tion. same sec- I German underwater boat, according to

that he was going to shoot Griffis members entertained this was the singing of Rev. H. G. Deni- ate, and "we believe that by the hard i an announcement by the British admiralty ,
on question.
and warning his brother that if he in- son's entitled "Mother's work of the representatives from I Moved to Reconsider i but the Jesuit of it has not
terferred he would shoot him. Young i Not since the days of CongressmanFrank poem Day, Bradford the bill will pass the House. One amendment, effective six months I:been made public.
which music for this .
had been set to
Clark, Bob Rogers, Hon. Ed. :1
after the bill is adopted eliminates all
i The
Taylor continued to shield Griffis, at service. The church decorated destroyer squadron arrived in
Hammond was
and men of their class have
Confederates who did not enlist in the
the same time begging his brother not HONOR ROLL I Queenstown after an uneventful -
I voyage
with white elder blossoms and I
the legislative halls, with such roses
to shoot, but to put down the gun and rung and Misses Marie i state of Florida. Another renews the across the Atlantic, but almost immediately -
:speeches as were heard on this meali greens, Livingstonand I I
pensions that have been discontinued
make friends. This seemed to add to : after a formal exchange of
i ure. Ella May Long pinned a white Bradford County High School For the '
the anger of Noah Taylor and when I flower on each person as they enteredthe Eighth Month. i because persons have left the state 1 greetings with the British naval officers

within a few feet of his brother he il Introduced AmendmentThe church. After the services I when such pensioners resume their put to sea again for the hard
fray commenced when Mr. Harris were (I residence in Florida. Widows who
,
raised the and fired. The I work that is before it
gun young First Ritch Elmer
over the ladies belonging to the Aid Grade-Carlyle ,
man fell mortally wounded, dying dur- of Pinellas county, introducing an .distributed beautiful bouquets of flowers McMillan, James Culbreth, Nevin Fryer I marry veterans after June 1, 1917, will i I A crowd of several hundred persons,
I amendment drawing the fangs of the not be entitled to |.
pensions, according of them
ing the night from the wound. to the mothers who "shut ins." Louise Stewart. i some carrying tiny American
. bill, took the floor. Mr. Harris' amendment are I to another amendment. Senator Igou j f lined the
flags, water front and cheered
When young Taylor fell to the At the Methodist church Rev. T. L. Second Grade-David Mitchell, Lu- I 11 -
took the inspection out of the 'I offered an amendment reducing the the from the moment ,
destroyers
ground Berry Griffis ran. Noah Tay- Z. Barr preached an appropriate ser cia Baisden, Morris Dubose. i
j hands of the sheriff and placed it under amount of from $210 to '
pay year first the
per they sighted flotilla until it
lor fired two shots at him as he ran. 'mon, taking for his text Proverbs, 23rd Third Grade-Eugene Matthews, Is-
the direction of the state superin- $180, which adopted but after the 'I
was ,
reached the dock. The crowd cheered
Both shots took effect but neither inflicted chapter and 22nd verse. The choir la Poppell, Florence Andrews, Sammy
|II tendent. The'amendment which was bill was ordered to the engrossing, again when a few moments'later: the
a serious wound. I rendered special music, Mrs. Barr Sternberg, Gussie Mae Bennett, Owen
adopted, reads: Senator Alexander moved to reconsider
As the result of Sudnay carousalone Griffin Malcolm Thornton Fannie American senior officer came ashore to
solo entitled
a singing a beautiful ,
I Strike out section four and insert in the vote by which the change was the British senior .
greet officer and
brother fills an untimely grave, lieu thereof the "Section "Mother's Songs." Misses Anna Ca- Darby, Ruth Poppell, Lois Williams, I made. i'

while the other goes to the state's penal fololwing: nova, Florence Matthews and Neva Hugh Brownlee. !Wesley Frost, the American consul, 1
That for the of this ,
purposes act Andrews Makes who had down to welcome the
ffo-
\\4. Fight come
institution to his in Fourth Grade-Isabel Fernandez I
days
spend con Turner acted as a committee to pin a ,
!
state instruction :
superintendent of !
public The fight for retaining the increasein tilla. Everything was done in a simple -
finement
and hard labor, and let us flower on each person attending the Alma Sapp, Marie Parker.
to and receive is hereby authorized and required Fifth the pension was led by Senator business-like manner. There was
hope repent forgiveness service. The decorations were white Grade--Nathan Prevatt, Ir- .1
to inspect, or cause to be in. drews of Bradford who An-I entire absenca of .
stated an formality.The
for having committed the crime of and green and comprised white car ma Stilley, Julian Canova, Elizabeth .
ispected under his authority, all privately believed in the fund commander of the British
pension being flotilla
Cain. con ; ,
Brownlee Louise Andrews Iris
nations, elder flowers, roses and ferns. Ep .
owned sectarian schools in
or tributed to the Confederate soldiers: was waiting on board his ship and
There two other the Nellie Mott.
were cases on The word "Mother, made of ivy leaveson person,
,the state of Florida at least once each and other beneficiaries in a business- sent wireless greetings to the American
docket lor Monday but neither Sixth Grade-Kate Hazel
morning, a white background, was placed in Young,
and the time while the
i jyear during like He further stated that units they hove in
manner. as soon as sight
reached trial. The Warren Ethel Griffin
,
case against the alcove just over the organ. The Margaret Long ,
I school is open. Provided, further, that in 1913 four mills steaming in line into the har-
we were paying a long
Bally Harper with forgery Edwards Joe pen
charged Dorothy
all convents monasteries and reformatories effective decorations were the work of Wainwright. -
was continued account of the illnessof I Seventh Grade-Paul Canova. sion tax, and, being on the pension
on Mrs. R. A. Weeks, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, bor.After
houses of Good Shepherd, detention
committee the the exchange of shore
looking rec- greetings -
upon up
the defendant. The case against Mrs. J. W. White and Miss Olive Ray. Eighth Grade-Alice Thornton.
Carlos Lee charged with larceny homes, or other privately owned ords, he found that there was a large i and the British commander had
was '
institutions of like character, shall surplus credited to the pension fund in congratulated the American officers on
continued on account of the absence of general discussion of the demerits of intense hatred toward other denominations -
I be subjected to inspection by the grand the state treasury, and that his com- their: safe voyage, he asked:
a material witness. the bill viewed him this and that finding it so, he had come
jury of each county in which such institution as by on ; ;mittee recommended that the home "When will you be ready for business -

i is located at least once each other occasions when it had been before out and was at this time a member of 'guards'' who were stricken from the : ?"
GAINESVILLE TAKES SERIES the House. At the last session no church. He thanked God, he said, $
the order of the of "
year, or on judge j Iof ,list in 1909, be replaced on the rolls \\c can start at once, the American -
FROM STARKE BOYS. the circuit court having jurisdictionupon the legislature he said a similar bill that he was not a member of any commander
i' i and that the regular Confederate sol- promptly replied. t
at least thir- had passed the House: he was one of church as long as it was possible for
a petition signed by dier's pension be increased from $12.50to This response: so characteristically ,
In the best the ty-five white registered voters who are 'the sixteen members who had foughtit one church to fly at the throat of an- American fl I
game ever seen on $15 per month and the widow's pen- surprised the British commander i
High School Athletic Field Gainesville's :freeholders residing in the county in 'I at that time. As an American citizen other churdi.Wit sion be raised $2.50 per month. In who said he had not expected .-
which such institution is located. The he declared, he was proud to be our country at war with a for- ,
Boy Scout team downed the 1915 Mr. Andrews was again on the the Americans would be ready to begin
!sheriff sheriff constable of able to stand on the floor of this session eiqr nation, at a time when our peo-
fast Starke It deputy or work this
:. team Friday afternoon. pension committee in the House, and on side so soon after theirkng
I the in which such institution is and say that he was among the ple should be a unit for the defense of .
was a battle royal from start to fin- county finding a surplus in the funds asked voyage. When he had recovered ; ,
ish. The Gainesville lads played perfect II located shall act under the order of few who opposed it at the last session. the national honor and the preservation I I that the tax for pensions be reduced to fron his surprise; however, he made a :

ball, giving perfect support to ..the court in making such inspection Continuing he declared it was in conflict of the greatest blessings of mak- I 2 1-2 mills instead of four. short tour of the destroyers and admitted -

Kincaid, who allowed the Starke boys and shall report their findings to the with the bill of rights of our con- ing these people come here to fomenta Returning as senator in 1917, Mr. that the Americans looked pre-
I I stitution from which he in sub- more serious war of hatred, a war ,
of the circuit quoted
courtas
but two hits, while Epperson, pitching grand jury or judge Andrews was made member of the pen- p. red. ,
for Starke, was hit to all corners of the case may be. If, after due trial stantiation of this claim. The proposition that would set father against son, sion committee and found that there "Yes," replied the American commander l

r the field. Glass of Gainesville hit a and conviction any person, persons or j he reasoned, was revolutionary, mother against daughter, and brother was a surplus of $257,000 in the funds "we mad- preparations on the

home run in the eighth inning. The corporation herein specified shall be 'despotic and tyrannical.Seals aj'f.inst brother. How long, he asked, ',and recommended that the committee way lve:. That b why we are ready."

other hitting stars of the game were found guilty, they shall be punishedas Got Floor will this continue before you go after :adopt the House bill which granted an The equipment on board the destroyers ,
White eachgetting provided for under the provisions Mr. Seals of Bradford county, secured the Jews who spurn your Christ? Atone found excellent condition r
,'of McCormick and Kincaid, increase in pensions to $210 per year. was to be in i
he that the hatred
four times I o fthis act." recognition from the speaker next. t oj'lt declared and well suited the
: three hits out of Senator Andrews made an able speech remarkably to

1; at bat. I Supported Amendment He declared all this hot air did not displayed against one denomination .\for the Confederates, saying that if requirements on this side of the ocean.

:$ McCormick and Chesnut played good In support of the amendment, Mr. amount to anything. He offered an made him sometimes doubt the pretensions :we had any bouquets for the heroes of .la fact, it was said by the British offi-
; ball Harris said that in discussing this I amendment striking out 100 and inserting of the Christian religion, not.withstadl1j. '
while
13 regardless of having sprained 61 to 65, we should give them
;;. hands. question it would not be his purpose 25 in the provision of the bill ; nip reverence for God I they live, rather than wait to place I (Continued on Page 4.)
it well ,providing how petitions should be gotten and tie! great character of the Xa:.a.
He said
:to deceive was
Mason
; also played a star game at ; anyone. them on their bier at death.
:krown that the bill was directed at the up for inspections. This was adopt
second base. rene.He AmendmentsThe sinner to this state, where it is shown
that he Cath- I ed.: Whereupon Mr. Seals then attempted said he could repeat the creed of Important
By winning this gam the Gainesville : I Catholic I church; was no important Senate amendmentsto that such absence was not permanentand
he knew he had to bring out the steam roller, all the ihurches; that every one com-
champion-olic that so far as no
Scout team claims the ; caused accident
fololws was ly or causes
the bill
I pension were as :
I iwnwd l "We believe not of them
}* he the but it was not in good working order. : one
: Catholic relatives, but regarded
ship of this vicinity and they challenge Home guards are retained on the beyond the control of the pensioner.A .
1 i this bill to He moved the previous question. The commenced. "We know. As long as
any team disputing same. If a Scout I provisions of as dangerous discharge from a Federal prison
I Ii amendment of Mr. Harris it was only a belief, he reasoned that
team wishes a game with the Gainesville !\I religious liberty, and to the government was adopted rolls.Reduction in pension from $210 to by reason of sickness, where such sickness -
the belief of sect good an-
was as
but here the machine seemed one
itself. His reasoning was clear, I to slip a I
ocmmunicate is shown and
Scouts I official records
;; they may \ other. He eulogized the character of $150 per year. by ,
fry with Henry Gray, dispassionate and conclusive from his cog. I also by positive proof shall not be
; manager: II the Christ, and challenged backerof No pension shall be allowed in the ,
Dramatic FeatureAt any
that he had
i RHE view point. It was clear future to soldier or sailor considered a deserter of the Confederate
standup except a
the bill before the House to
]i Gainesville. _________________5 11 2 ,,made an impression upon the mem- this point began the dramatic such who enlisted in the state of Florida; government. yj
and tell him they thought a
W, Starke ___________________ 425Gainesville bers. Among other evidences of this feature of the day. Mr. Jennings of but this provision shall not be effective Property valuation of pensioners, I
would have been
I I Duval moved to strike out the measure as this approved -
in j county,
the immediate
t Sun. fact was concurrence until six months after the passage both real and personal, including the
I the amendment by the introducer of !enacting clause of the bill, the adop- by that great Reformer. of his wife if she shall not
and of this act providedthis property ,
His speech was dramatic in the extreme approval ;
tion of which would kill it. In
Mrs. Marion L. Johns has returned the bill, Mr. Seals. sup- in againstthe have deserted her husband does not

home after a visit of several weeks Following him Mr. Tilghman of Put port of his motion he began an arraignment -.Ii at times rendered and was that so earnest it made and pensioners shall no now way on the operate rolls. exceed the sum of five thousand dol. I;
I so forcefully a
of the whole
rwith relatives in Jacksonville. She nam county, said he was going to sup- proposition.In of those From and after the passage of this lars. .

I; was accompanied home by her son, port the bill with the amendment sug- measured terms, with all the emphasis who great opposed impression his'views on many and even voted act, no pension will be allowed to any "Exclusive of his or her home and
he could throw into the
Mr. Emmett Kelly. gested by the gentleman from Pinel asser- widow, whose marriage was subse- the land on which such home is located I
tion he declared he reared in the against him.
: I las. was of land." : .
not to exceed one acre
to June 1,1917.
i Methodist churih that he remained in Wanted PostponementMr. quent
The ladies of the Starke Branch, 1 I Ii General DiscussionMr. of Marion said he was'Continued Where a pension has been discon- The bill went to the engrossing! committee -
.
a i Lewis of Jackson county, then ;'that church until he found that the sacred Light for taird read .
American Red Cross, will serve supper I tinued, because of such absence, it and will be up
street took the floor ostensibly to support the pulpits of many of the churches final vote in few days.
; it:the Futch Building on Call shall be renewed upon return of pen- ing and a a
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the of the most ( on
t. Saturday evening, beginning at 5:30. amendment, but he launched into a were breeding places .
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II BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STABKE FLORmL FRIDAY, )IAY 18, 1917

PACE TWO .

; charg- C. Fenniel, her husband, Janie McNeal and J. west quarter of northwest -=
r -that he baa ascertained the actual cost quart .
v. 04 004000046 4 '!.4> : 444444 49 49 94 44944'4 099$44404 able per font front to the abutting propertyand MeNeal. her husband, heirs at law of E. W. East 625 feet South 105 feet Wal* .I
, .&. 0i 0 f that be has carefully and equitably appor- Driggen, deceased and all other persons interested North 105 feet to point of gtnain 1:1 r.
is Y 4 'V 0 in the estate of said E. W. Dnggers, lying and being in ; II i1u4
SHOULD HAVE V tioned that part of the entire cost to be specially Sect on 33, T
WHY WE
! t' RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. 4r HELP THE RED CROSS. 4 assessed to the different pieces of property deceased that I, W. J. Epperson Sheriff of : South Range 22 ; also tie [oIIG1I'1I.C hIt..
4 0 NATIONAL PROHIBITION benefitted by said improvements and has Brdaford County, Florida administrator of the !I Alachua County, Florida to-wit ka4 is' i
I 't' TRAFFIC. OF THE LIQUOR prepared assessment roll I of ,,
SeeI
4
i" f' .j .t' > > JThe local Red Cross have collection the names of the owners, if known the description at Chambers in Gainesville Floe da, on the i I Township 7. Range 14 ,belonging -to' a 2"r '
t i) boxes for tin foil and cash S' ) ------- of the property abutting the said improvements 18th day of June. A. D. 1917\ at one clock !!UU for the PUrpose bf payment of 'Aid.' >
donations at Bessent's cool drink is i By Oma Clark, of the Eighth < 1. Judge of the Circuit Court in and for Brad- Sheriff of Bradford
contained j
of land I County
Grade. '? front feet the lot or parcel flor4s
$ stand and Mitchell's Drug Store. 4 I IG the amount per front foot eharzable thereto ford County, Florida for an order to sell at min lltrator of the estate of y,
I < Contribute bit by throwing 9 0 4 and the total amount to be so specifically assessed public sale the following real estate in Brad- I. Dnggers deceased I. 9/
r' v* your foil cash donation 0 ,... (0) 1 in tin and "
any I IB.
"T your
This the Town Council, and, Commencing it Northwest corner of North Attorney.
the W. C. T. U.
4 ( won F
will be welcome. essay WHEREAS, the Town Council has considered 1&.It- --
S' 0 prize of two dollars and a half in gold, said assessment roll as above described and -.- -
-
school aa prepared by said A. F. Barley, Town Engineer -=
449446 40 offered to the grammar pupils.)
009999904 and examined the same and found the
WHAT WOMEN CAN DO IN THE ,
WAR. First, the liquor or strong drink same to be correct If t"
emergencies which we should get rid of, is very injurious NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY f
of SUrke
TOWN COUNCIL of the Town
In all great emergencies charity is to all parts of the body for it that THE said assessment roll as prepared by said Z. MATTHEWS J
(By Major General Wood, U. S. A.) prompt to act. Money comes pouringin. injures both heart and mind. Alcohol \. F. Harley. Town Engineer be and the same

f War brings with it a call to national Relief organizations spring up also injures the bones, the muscles, Town is hereby of Starke adopted; copy as the of said assessment assessment roll roll of Artesian Well Driller "

i service for women as well as men. overnight. Men and women work with the stomach, the liver and the circulation -i being hereto attached and"by express reference
.
zeal. made part of this resolution the same as if
a
in self.sacrificing of the blood. i
I There are two very important ways
out in full therein.
roll set
said was
I which women can help the nation in Charity, to be most effective, must In no other country are there so BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this I have had twenty-four years experience in : ,
have system. Separate and unco-ordi- many people who injure themselves by Town Council does hereby fix as the amount
war:
I I ((1)) By working in industry, thereby nated organizations cannot achieve the usingintoxicating liquors as in the chargable in to said each assessment lot or parcel roll of the land definite described Well drilling in Florida. :'d, .

i releasing men for the front, and best results. Linked with the Red United States of America. The user amount per foot INIIu contained in said

; (2) By joining the American Red Cross and working through the Red lof alcohol is not his own master, buta I i assessment roll bewlnabove referred to and I "
made a part of this resolution. guarantee to satisjadorily complete all
: Cross. Cross, these same organizations would slave that is constantly being drawn BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that in order

j The Red Cross in War achieve results a hunderfold greater. closer and closer within its relentless to afford the property owners whose prop- CONTRACTS*
: of munitions They must practice some of the les- clutches. A few real- erty is proposed to be assessed notice of the
people
! Next to the preparation years ago opportunity to file any protest they or any of
i and recruiting the army and navy the sons learned from business in recent ized that alcohol was not a food but a them may desire to file against the levying of Florida
and learned again in the the assessment and against the apportionmentof Raiford, ;:
I most important step in getting ready years exper- poison. Multitudes of people of both same amount to different pieces of property
for war is to build up a Red Cross or- ience of relief agencies abroad in the sexes and in all positions of life en- abutting and fronting said streets ordered to
! ganization. Vast numbers of women early days of the great war. ter the world with the hallmarks of be improved, that a copy of this resolutionshall .

I are now working in the various supply Between the Red Cross and other relief alcohol upon their brains. No persons be published weeks in once the each Bradford week County for two Telegraph consecutive I

establishments which make munitions, organizations there should be cooperation mind is capable of making its best effort a newspaper published in the Town of -,-_-=

clothing: etc., but the time is not yet The independent organiza- when under the influence of even Starke.Be -
,. L
here when women need go into the tions should constitute a sort of "re- a small amount of alcohol. Many who I[June.it 1917.further 7:30 resolved p. m.. that the Town on the Council 19th day will of r'

factories to take the places of men. lief militia," or service'force, which in have used alcohol or strong drink for meet to consider any and all object.ons that .

But the time is here not merely for the time of war would merge with the Red years notice an absence of vigor and may be filed on or interested before ,that against date by any any assessment person -- The bigger the roof, the ,

Red Cross to prepare but to meet the Cross, just as the National Guard freshness. It is not a pleasant thoughtto or or persons assessments proposed to be levied. reason for Paroid
more ;
actual test of real service. merges with the regular army. know that people are dying daily PROVIDED, said person or persons interestedwho
the last few much has Big Brother of the Services through the influence of wine beer shall be dissatisfied shall file with the increases """ ]
During years Town Clerk before tfie 19th day of June 1917. The importance of the roofing -
I been done to prepare the American The Red Cross is the big brother of whiskey: and brandy in writing stating specifically and clearly any with the importance and value of s _H ,,
1 Red Cross for the nation's call. But the medical services. The army and A large number of interesting experiments objection that he may desire to urge against the building. ';L'Ciej_ I ,

t preparedness on a large scale cannotbe navy cannot get along without it. have been made on man and any Adopted such apportIonment in regular session or assessment of the Town The owners of the largest l
I accomplished in peace time. All Without it a warring nation is almost the lower animals, to determine the effects Council this nth day of May 1917.J. and manufactories u,e the good old
skeleton helpless for the reason that a nation. of alcohol in moderate W WHITE reliable Ncponset Paxoid Roofing.NEPDHSET .
I ;.. that can be done is to prepare a quanti- Attest : Chairman Pro Tern
I organization capable of expansion in time of war is unable to provide an ties on the mind, body and heredity. C. .. FUTCH CUrk.

, in war service, to draft plans of mobilization adequate medical organization with- From these experiments it has been ASSESSMENT ROLL OF MNTII STREET I

o and to gather reserve materialsand out civilian aid. t proven that moderate drinking not on- From the East Curb Line at Walnut Street to
supplies. In no war have there ever been ly lowers the mental and physical func- the West Curb Line of Cherry Street:

When the call comes the Red Cross enough nurses and surgeons. As no tions, but interferes with the health, Mrs.feet E. Camna frontage-All at i-Elk.66 9 per temple ft front Add.J341.M 128'-

: must act quickly. It must take care ofa chain is stronger than its weakest linkso shortens life and effects heredity. Just J. M. Truby--West 7d!* feet lot 1 Blk 2- ( trs .!-..:
vastly increased army and navy. no army is stronger then its Red think, there are thousands of innocent Temple's Add-7S1-. feet frontage at $..66 (-

Therefore, its growth must parallel Cross. So clearly is this understood people that have been imprisoned or Seaboard per ft Air front Line 208.81 Railway-East 50 feet lot t' C ..w t

r the growth in both branches of the na- that in time of war the government requires executed on account of drunkenness, 1. Elk 2, Tempe Add 50 feet frontage at .

. tion's fighting force. the Red Cross to give all its or the using of strong liquors. The Seaboard$2.66 per Air ft Line front.Railway$183.00.-Right of way ",:-'

Time for Quick Action energy and facilities to the nation, numerous automobile accidents occur- (North Side)-96.6 feet frontage at $2.66

The declaration of a state of war caring for the fighting men and their ring among the so-called joy riders per ft front 25696. West 61.35 feet Paroid Roofing
Seaboard Air Line Railway-
with Germany means that the American dependents at home.Chartered are principally due to a few drinks lot 1. Blk 4. L. T. 4 Co. Add61.3i feet

Red Cross must translate all these By Congros taken in road houses along the route frontage at $2.66 per ft front. $163.20.

plans, prepared during peace, into action The Red Cross is the only organization of travel. Livingston 1. Ilk 4.Truby L. T.& Co.--East& Co. Add-38 38.65 feet 65 feet lot U,e this material on the side a< well as the roof and you "i'l!' protect your t

It must be prepared to supple- authorized by the government to During the past year there were frontage at $ -.li6 per ft front $102.81. live Uxk and your jixLct IxxiL. _

ment the existing facilities of the.Med render war relief service. It acts under about 3,000,000,000 gallons of wine, Livingston Truby & Co.-Lot 7. Blk S, L. Protection against leaks, repairs aao-iixut iml'ortalltru. :3
T. & Co. Add-100 feet frontage at $2.66
ical Department of the army and the a charter from the government. beer, whiskey, brandy, gin and other per ft front. $266.00. QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY ..
navy and of the medical reserve corps. Congress passed the act incorporatingit. intoxicants used in the United Statesat Seaboard Air Line Railway.-Right of way- '

All this work must go forward This act made the president its of- the cost of many billions of dollars. per South ft front side)-$128.48Dr. 48.3! feet frontage at $266 STARKE, FLORIDA.

smoothly. This expansion must take ficial head and placed representativesof Alcohol is as old as the law of fer- J. C.V ills-Commencing at NE rornerlot <.

place without any hitch in the ma- the army and navy on its directingstaff. [mentation, and the law of fermentationis 50 feet 3. Blk thence 1, Temples South to Add Palmetto and run street East: .' l..

chinery. There can be no experimening as old as the habitable world; and thence West 60 feet thence North to
in war. In other words the Red Cross is officially the alcohol problem is and always has point of beginning-50 feet frontage at r.

How to Help as much a part of the govern- been world wide. Some people have Mrs$2.66 Mary per E.ft Truby-Lot front $133.00 3. Blk 1, Temple's

Every man and woman owes it as a ment machinery as the army itself. seen so much of the evils of the liquor Add-102.8 feet frontage at $2.66 per ft

to the to become Despite this official standing, however traffic, much of economic front $273.45. If
duty country a member so its waste, F. W. BuddinKton--Lots 1 and 2. Blk 1, Tem- you want the
of the American Red Cross. Mem- the Red Cross must depend upon [so much of its physical ruin, so muchof ple's -\dd-2"12.5) feet frontage at $2.66 per

'.' tership-it is as low as one voluntary service of women and men. its menatl blight, so much of its ft front, $;)38 65.; I

should be universal. Instead dOllar-I It is the great volunteer army that is I tears and heartaches, that they have i ASSESSMENT ROLL OF CHERRY STREET

:::.' s ing a membership of 500,000, serving humanity as well as the na come to regard the business as one From the Scuth Side of 'all Street to the I Highest Quality

present, the American Red Cross by tion. And it is an army made up I' that must be held and controlled by I Mary North E. Weeks-Side of Lot Ninth 6 and StreetMrs. '-'. Blk 13- I

far should exceed the 1,800,000 membership :largely of women. strung and I effective laws. They bear 105 feet frontage at $2.08647 per ft front.

l in Japan, the 1,400,000 in Rus- Women as Leaders !jno malice towards those engaged in $::19.08. I
Mrs. Emma Richard Lou 2 and 4. Blk 13-
sia and the million each in France and I II Former Premier Asquith has asserted -1 i the business, but have learned to hate 105 feet frontage at $2.08647' per it front Printingat
England. that credit for the successes Of En- [ the traffic.: They hate it for the human $219.0S.
tente belongs much to the A. FloreUsLots 6 and 8', Blk 10-103; feet
I Membership alone. It means merely arms as wrecks it has caused, for the prisonsit frontage at $2.0e6I7 per ft front. $219.08.
that one helps to support the administrative women of England as to the men actually -; has filled, for the insanity it begets; Mis. Della FryerM>n--LoU 2 and 4. But 10- Least

I organization directing the work fighting the battles. I.they hate it for the mental ruin it imposes -, 105$219.08.fret frontage at $;"01-647' per ft front, Cost

' of the Red Cross. Without the women England neither I I upon its victims, for the crimesit Mrs Sat.Ha Sydboten-Lots 6 and 8, Elk 1- .
After membership there is oppor- could have raised the army she has j I has committed, for the homes it hasdestro.ed 105 feet frontage at $.'.0b647 per ft front,

tunity for service with the Red Cross. nor filled the gaps in her industrial for the hearts it has broken. Mrs.$219.08.Delia A. DeLoach-Lots 2 and 4, Blk 1- try us.

Every chapter has its workrooms and ranks made by the voluntary enlistments They especially hate the liquor trafficon 105 feet frontage at $2.08647 per ft front.

its auxiliaries. It has trained instruc- of her men workers. account of the grief it causes wom- $219.08.J. .
O. Turner- Lot B and fractional part of lot
I tors in the preparation of hospital and Every nation has in its history anhood, the scalding tears, the hopes B in Blk 1. being 52 Va feet North and We print Any thing from a
surgical supplies needed here and women who were leaders of fightingmen. deferred, and for its heartless cruelty South and 210 feet East and West-524

,i .. abroad. Nowadays feats of arms are not to the aged and infirm, and for leav- $109 feet .54.frontage at $2.08647 per ft front. Visiting card to a Catalogue

I Many chapters have classes in first expected from women. There is no call ing its shadow upon the lives of chil- J. O. Turner-Commencing at northwest corner
: aid to the wounded, home care of the for a Deborah, a Joan of Arc or a Mol of lands owned by J. 0 Turner on
t dren.Liquor Cherry street in town of SUrke. Florida.
ti j sick, home dietetics and in the making ly Pitcher. But there is a call for gives neither health nor thence run Nerth along the East aide of The

l of surgical dressings. All of these are women actuated by the same spirit of strength nor cheerfulness, but does said Cherry street 62 U, feet thence East
210 feet to Church street, thence
; at the service of women. who wish to service, and thousands of them are people who drink it only harm, and it along the West aide of Church street South 52}y
; aid their country. needed in America today-women who should be put out of the United Statesas feet thence West 210 feet to place of be- Bradford County
will carry forward the work) begun by ginning-52 feet frontage at $2.08647per TelegraphStarke
What the Red Cross Needs soon as possible for it is daily tak- ft front. $109.54.

' But what the Red Cross does need Clara Barton and Florence Nightingale ing some of our best and most promi- Theodore Tison-Commencing at NW corner

today is trained women for the workof women trained and ready to do nent men to their graves. 01 lands owned by J. U. turner, thence Fla.
military relief. The immediate call the work they alone can do. There are now at the present time .1 run East 210 feet to Church street thence I
along the west side of Church street 125
is for competent nurses. A soldier's about twenty-five or twenty-six states feet north to a ditch thence West along
f life is too precious to leave in unskilled (Red Cross Note)-Mrs. R. A. that have been voted dry in the last said ditch 210 feet to Cherry street thence

hands. Nurses must largely be Weeks has a supply of the above cards few years, but wouldn't it be fine if South feet to along point East of beginning side of Cherry-1T6 feet street front-125 '

drawn from the hospitals of the ci- and will be glad to furnish them to every state in the Union would go dry. age at $2.08647: per ft front $260.81.
ties. anyone who desires to help the cause He who drinks liquor or treats a per- W. L. Wall-Lot 3 and south 9 feet of lot 4. .
Blk 14. L. T. 4 Co.'s Add-59 feet front-
Women must be found to take the by signing their name.CLUBS son to any such stuff commits a great age at $2.08647 per ft front $123.10 Ilf V
places of many nurses in civilian hos- o sin, for it is a drink unfit for the human Dan Boree-North 41 feet of lot 4. Blk 14. L. f
T. A Co.'s Add-41 feet frontage at $2.-
pitals. To prepare for this emergency TO MAINTAIN A NURSE.i body. 08647 per ft front $85.55.Trustees .
a the Red Cross has been conducting .It I had the power today I would I Presbyterian Church-Lots 5. 6 and 7
gladly drive the Blk 14. L. T. & Co.'s Add-150 feet frontage ;
training classes for traffic from the land I
great women. at $2.08647 per ft front $312.97. .'X'.:
In cities New York Brooklyn Tuesday's Metropolis contained the and I think that we would have a bet- I Joe Hill Williams-Lot 1. and South half of .
-
many item ter country from this time on and for- lot 2. BIk 13. L. T. & Co 'a Add-75 feet 'fFit .
following news :
2 Boston, Chicago, Denver and else- frontage at 52.08647 per ft front $156 49. <
e where-teaching centres of the Red Announcement was made this morn ever W. T. Weeks-North half of lot 2 and lots 3. )'
ing by Health Officer H. C. Dobbs that 4. 5.6and7.BIle13.LT.&Co.'sAdd- 'tf.
Cross for the last two years have been 275 feet frontage at $2.08647 ft ..I'
turning out women trained in the care Mrs. Susan Voorhees has been appointed Stop Left Over Coughs.Dr. $573.78. per front THE UNIVERSAL CAR

of the sick and in elementary hospital to the position of nurse supervisorof Bell's Pine Tar Honey will stop Mrs. Mary E. Truby-'-LoU 1. 2. 3. and 4. Blk
12, L. T .
& Cu. Add-200 feet frontageat
I duties. the City Health Department. that hacking cough that lingers from $2.08647 per ft front 5417 29.

! About two months ago this positionwas January. The soothing pine balsams Mrs. Angle S. Sternburg-Lots 5, 6 and 7. Elk
In New
York alone, at No. 3 East abolished with several others of loosens the phelgm, heals the irritated 12. L. T. Co.'s Add- O feet frontageat Owners of Ford cars are advised to be.
t Fifty-sixth street, one of these teach- $2.08647 per ft front, $312.97. .
ing centres is now training women in the health department owing to the membrane, the glycerine relieves the Livingston Truby" C-ompany-Lots 5, 6, and ware of "counterfeit parts." If your car
fact that the finances of this depart- tender tissues. You breathe easier and 7. Elk 3. L. T. A Co.'. Add-150 feet frontage needs
.this work at the rate of 1,500 every at K: 08647' per ft front 31297. adjustment bring it here where you
eight weeks. ment were not sufficient to maintain coughing ceases. Don't neglect a lingering MM. Mary E. Truby-Lots 1. 2. 3 and 4. Blk will find reliable service with the complete
them. Since the abolition the Woman's cough, it is dangerous. Dr. 3. L. T. & Co.'s Add-200 feet frontage at
From them will largely be drawn Club and the Jacksonville Infant Wel- Bell's Pine Tar Honey is antisepticand 2.08647 per ft front, 41729. mechanical equipment to give the highest
also the nurses' aids attached to the I W T. Weeks-All Blk 2, L. T. 4 Co.'s Add-
quality of Ford
base hospitals fare Society have held several joint pleasant to take benefits young 350 feet frontage $2.08647 per ft front, service obtainable. All the
organized throughoutthe I meetings for the purpose of arrangingsome and old, get it at your druggist today. $730.26 Ford parts used are supplied by the Ford
country. Twenty-eight of these Mrs. Rosetta Williamson-
-Lots 6 and 7. Blk
hospitals, with 500 beds each and a means for the re-installation of Formula on bottle. 25c. ((2)) 1. L. T. 4 CO.'B Add-100 feet frontage at Motor Company. You cannot expect your

complement of fifteen nurses' aids the nurse supervisor position. At a $2.08647 per ft front $208.66. Ford car to give the service and enduranceyou
are
this week of these two Livingston Truby 4 CompanY-lot 5. But 1,
meeting Make
now ready for active service. Even organ your letterheads advertise L. T. & Co.ps Add-50 feet frontage at demand unless you have it cared for
izations a plan was suggested that your business. Give them individuality $2.08647 per ft front, $104.32.
the doctors and nurses attached to by men experienced in Ford methods
the Woman's Club and the Infant Wel- make them distinctive noticeablenot }. W E ,
these units have been inoculated Add-50 feet
frontage at $2.08647 ft Touring Car
against typhoid and other dangers of fare Society co-operate in bearing the commonplace. Use good stock front. $104.32.<< per $360, Runabout $345, Sedan

field service. cost of maintaining a nurse supervisor.The and have them printed by the Telegraph Livingston. Truby 4 Company-Lots 0. 1. 2. $645, Coupelet $505, Town Car $595 -

Work to Be Done at Home suggestion was submitted to the per and ft 3. Blk front 1-200, 5U 7.29.feet frontage at $2.086-; all f. o. b. Detroit. On display and for sale

Health Department, which readily accepted C. F. Pace-Lot A. Blk 2-80 feet frontage at by
The functions of the Red Cross .
the proposition under the above 2.08647 per ft front $166.92.
however, go far beyond service in military NOTICE OF ELECTION DeWitt C. Jones-Lots 1. 3. 5 and 7. BIk r A. W. and G. A. ANDERSON
:x hospitals. In addition to the department conditions' Starke Fla., May 7. 1917. 210 feet frontage at 52.08647 per'ft front,
Mrs. Voorhees By the power vested in them by the School $438.16 Starke Fla.
selected ,
of military relief is the department was on account Laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction A. E. and W. L.
Wall
as Wall Bros.
of her splendid ability to hold of Bradford County hereby order elec- -LoU 1.
of civilian relief an 3 and 5. lilk ai
equally t-15H. feet
tion held Pine I frontage t
this in Grove Special Tax School
position. For several years she $2.08647 per ft front, $328.62.
r' large and equally important. District No. 14. on the 2nd day of June A. D. '
M. L. Johns-Lot 7, BIk 9
has -52i feet
been connected with the State frontage
1917. for the election of three trustees for two
of at 52. 86n
Departments fighting men cannot per ft front. $109.54.
Board of Health, where her services yean and to determine the amount of mil'age! A. E Moitt LoU
1. 3. 5 and
be neglected. Red Cross committees to be auesaed. J. M. Futch. B. J. Rosier and 7. Blk 14, except -
have proved very valuable. lands held by Hoover Bros and I. O
R. Griffis
assisted by expert investigators, take ( appointed as manager O. F.-147% feet frontage at $2.08647';
E. R
care of children who need aid. The B-lMt POPPELL.Secretary ft front. $307.76.

needs of convalescing soldiers from Don't judge the temperature by the Hoover lot 7 Bros., BIk-14 Commencing on Call street at SE and corner run West of

the front will be looked after.If Telegraph's thermometer. Part of the tfftff + ffftft + + 55 feet North 40 feet. East 33 feet. South

the time comes when women must liquid is detached and stays at the top. + LEGAL NOTICES frontage 62 ,i feet at to$2.08647 point of per beginning ft front, Vj feet

( go into industry, the burden of car- It will remain there until the heat ffff .Pffffffffff $130.40.
.
, ing for children must be shifted from reaches 118 degrees, which will not
RESOLUTION. NOTICE OF INTENTION!
many mothers. Home nurseries must happen here when the two portionswill WHEREAS A. F. Barley Town Engineer, TOR TO APPLY FOR ORDER OF ADM1MSTRA TO SELL L
be found for infants. It is the Red join and stay together forever- has definitely advised this Council that the REAL ESTATE TO PAY DEBTS.
construction work provided for in Sec. 1 f Cross that is called Upon to meet these more. D) of Ordinance No. 90, has been completed gers. Elisha Driggen. Georgia M. F.nniel.W. Drig-M.

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE
BRADFORD
] FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1517.

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,z ter. will offer for sale and sell for cash at -
___;_- ------ GERMANS GRINDING UP BODIESOF public outcry to the highest and best bidderat *
: DEAD FOR OILS AND FATS Generallnsnrance the sawm'11 plant, (hereinafter described). CLIP THIS OUT AND PIN

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. m four located(34)in Township the southwest Six (6) of South section:Range Thirty-Nine- ON YOUR WIFE S DRESSER

London Daily Mail) I represent none but FIRST teen (19) East near the Town of Worthing

Universal( horr.r has been arousedby CLASS companies and will be ton ing Springs the legal in hours Bradford of sale County on, Florida Monday dur-the
Cincinnati Man Tells! How to
[Live State News]j i the revelations in "The Daily Mail"of constantly on the alert to promote 4th day of June 1917. the following described

the German admission that factoriesare your interests. Guarantee property.to-wit All of the rights: title interest estate claim ,I Shrivel Up Corns or Calluses '

-___-____--_-- run for extracting oils fats and courteous treatment to all pa- demand and equity of the said defendanta in So They Lift Off With :1

Told by Our Exchanges. I Il pig food from the bodies of the Ger- trons. A well written policy bya and forth to in all that of certain the property contract mentioned and agreement and set Fingers.

man private soldiers killed in battle. first-class agent in a first- made and entered into on., to-wit. the 20th t
The admission was made in its issue day of May. 1916. by and between W. H. .
class company sometimes means Dowling and J. II. Dowling of the one part .
of April 10 by the Berlini Local- fire. and J. F. Gatlin and W. H. Gatlin copartners Ouch ,? ? This kind of
TARPON SPRINGS-April, 000 barrels, which means an income of Advertiser (Anzeiger) which is a journal much in case of loss by using the firm name of W. H. Gatlin &; rough talk will be heard loss here in
in the running 1917\$3,500,000 to the England is Company. of the other part, which said agree-
distinctively \ growers.
controlled by the German -
was government town if troubled with will
Starke recorded the people coi ns
I H. C. RICHARD ment is among public records in
month in the amount of to receive 225 barrels of Hastings
banner po Bradford County. Florida. and in Book 4 of follow the simple advice of this Cin-
the sponge exchange in this city. tatoes. This is the first reported ship- MiscL Records on page 463. et seq, as well as
at The statement omitting some of the cannati authority, who claims that
a
all and right and privilege of said defendants
every
including April 25 the sale ment of Florida to England. I
and potatoes
Up to most repulsive details, is as follows: I' to cut and manufacture into saw- few drops of a drug cal ?d frrezone

of sponge totaled $137,877. "We have known for long that the + + + + + + + + + + + + + logs and cross ties the pine, timber in suitable when applied to a tender, achirg ccrn
for raw-mill and for saw-logs aa sad eon-
DELAND.-Thursday night, while Germans stripped their dead behind + LEGAL NOTICES tract and agreement defined. and standing or hardened callus stops sorepess at

WAUCHULA.-Uncle Sam now has Miss Aileen Peyton was alone atthe, the firing line, fastened them into bun- 'I 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + :lying and being on those certain pieces and once, and soon the corn or ':'all s dries: .

ten or twelve members of the First home of her grandfather, Mr. R. M. dies of three or four bodies with iron j i I ADMINISTRATOR'S SETTLEMENT.NOTICE OF FINAL parcels ford and of Akichua land situate in the in State the counties of florida of Brad-, and up and lifts right o.T without ,pain.

Battalion of the First Regiment guard- Peyton, a negro entered the house. wire and then despatched these grisly |I II NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8. I particularly described as follows. to-wit: He says freezone dries immediately

ing the bridge over Peace river just Miss Aileen was reading at the time, bundles'to the rear. Until recently the 1917. I will present Florida to the my County final Judge count of I Description Schedule "A".Sec. Twp. R ,. and never inflames or e\en irritates ,

south of this place. This is the first and when she saw the man, went to I j trains laden with dead were sent to 'and Bradford vouchers County.of the estate of Calvin :Moil deceased -;I NEU of SE 4 _____________ I 6S 19E the surrounding skin. A mal> bottle

visible evidence in this section that her grandfather's bed, put her hand Seraing. near Liege, and a point northof and apply for the approval of same N4 of SEt ____________11 65 19E I will cost very little at any dn store
I administra-I of and SE of \
such NW'i SW'i\ ,
Uncle Sam has a fight on his hands.APALACHICOLA. under the pillow and threatened to Brussels where were refuse consumers. -:I and tor. for my final discharge as I I SE4 ________________12 65 19E I but will positively reraou' eve'-y hardor

shoot if he came nearer. The negro Much surprise has been caused :: Dated this the 30tb day of March. A. D. NEV, of NEt4. SEL, of SE'4 soft corn or callus troLl ones feet.
and NEI, of _______13 6S 19E I
.-It is claimed left the house. He was followed with by the fact that of late this traffic has I 1 1917' A. Z. ADKINS. I WU.. of SEi4. SEi.4 SWtf of SWi; Millions of America worren will wel- t

pounds of shrimp were dogs but made his escape.FEIiNANDINA.The proceeded in the direction of Gerol- I Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott. de- and WU of NWU _______14 6S 19E come this announcement "nee the inauguration
100,000
that I 3-30-6mo. NL of NElJ ______________15 6S 19E
ceased, Starke. fla.
marketed in this city last week. The stein, and it was noted that on each NWof NEVi ____________23 6S 19E of the h'gh: h
catchers were paid two cents a pound South Atlantic wagon was written 'D. A. V. G.' II I DIVORCE.In SW14 of NWl, NWM of SW druggist doesn't have frt..ne tell him -

cash, while the peelers, packers, label- Canning Company, Inc., of this city, Dividends From the Dead Circuit BILL Court.FOR Eighth Judicial Circuit of SE1.4 V SE14 of of NE'4 SW.4__._SEH______and__.24 6S 19E to order a small bottle .(or you ((61))

ers, craters, etc., came in for their is urging the farmers of Nassau,county "German science is responsible for Florida. Bradford County. N4 of NE ,i. NW; SWii -- --- '..
raise the idea of the formation of I Effice VarnedoeI and S'.. of SEL __________25 6S 19E Whenever You net-d Iteneral Took
share of the coin.TALLAHASSEE.. to tomatoes, as this concern ghoulish l I .
v.Warren SE
I 4 and SE'4 of SWI26 6S 19E Take Urme'ftThe
purposes to can them in large quanti- the German Offal-Conversion CompanyLtd. Varnedoe. SWVi Of NE 4 _____________28 6S 19E!
ties if it can procure them. The South ('D. A. V. G. or schaft') a divi- Bill for Divorce. SE;" and E'-j of NEH ______33 ti5 19E Old SUctUnl Grcvt't ':'astelftf
.
Okee c hob e e Notice to Appear.To NU.. SWM, NU of SEt i and chill Tonic is equiTy \bl Ie u aGeneral
county became a fact when the Senate Atlantic Canning Company was or- dend earning company with a capitalof Warren Varnedoe Greeting: SWU of SE14 __________31 6S I9E Tonic bee na sntains the '
ganized for the purpose of canningfish 250,000 pounds, the chief factory of Warren Varnedoe. Nt..:. EU! of SEt SWli of .. .
concurred in the amendments offered It having been shown by affidavit that the __ well known tonic prcprrt* (QUININE
SE'i and SE'4 of SW, 35 6S 19E
I the house to Senator Hughlett's shrimp in particular, but the secretary which has been constructed 1,000 yards I Defendant Warren Varnedoe ia a non-resident Wi5. WH of NEV4 NEl, of and IRON. It act on tV '.inr, Drifts
by for the creation of of the corporation, N. A. Har- from the railway connecting St. 'Vith, I of the State of Florida and that the residence NE'4 and NW<4 of SE'4 __36 6S 19E oat Malaria Enruhci th CVuxl and
bill providing a dee, states that the company will can near the Belgian frontier, with Gerol- I of said defendant is unknown.Florida.and that the therei SU of SU, NW>4 of SW, Builds up tb. \\hol.: Systf V ccou
new county out of parts of. Osceola, i no person in the State of service and S"i of NE4 of SW14 1 7S: 19E
Palm Beach and St. Lucie. all the tomatoes it can buy. This will stein, in the lonely littlefrequentedEifel of a subpoena upon whom would bind the SS of NE',. NVa\ of SE...?. -- -
<.> provide a market for all tomatoes to district, southwest of Coblentz. 'said defendant and that said defendant is EI. of SWi4 and SW', of Bad Cough? FemUhr Grippy?
'over' the age of twenty-one years. SW'i! -___________________ 2 7S: 19E
be grown in the county.KISSIMMEE. This factory deals specially with the I I It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged NW'4 of NE'4. NWV4 of NWL. You need Dr. KinR: 4 N e.v Discovery

QUINCY.-The railroad bridges on dead from the west front. If the results 1 _that the said Defendant.. Warren.. n'Varn" .. S'':. of NW,L EU 01sw'l.a to stop that cold, the soothing balsam
Soaboard over the Suwannee, Little edoe do appear to the Complainants Dill 01CompU'nt I -SWi{ 1'SE4 3 'S: 19E
the are as good: as the company hopes the 2nd day of ? ingredients heal the irritated membranes .
.-The shipping of Irish ; herein on or before EU of NE'.. NW,. of NEt- _. 4 7S 19E
River, Ocklocknee and Apalachicolarivers continues Several .another will be established to deal July. A. D. 1917. in default whereof a decree SW14 of NWLand W o( soothe the sore throat, the an-

are now being guarded by soldiers potatoes briskly. with corpses on the east front. [I'pro con6 O will be entered" against. the saidIt be NE14 ____________________ 9 7S 19E tiseptic qualities kill thge left that this notice
carloads each day last week. It is further ordered EI- of NWi. Eof SWVi
to protect them against damageby is estimated that half of the present i I "The factory is invisible from the ,published in the Bradford County Telegraph and S': of SEll __________10 7S 19E your cold is quirkly n.lieved. Dr.
alien enemies. Troops were plac- railway. It is placed deep in forest a newspaper published at Starke. in Bradford NW'4! of NWL. SE'. of NE King's New Discovery has' for 18 years
ed at these places during the week and crop has been harvested. Smith & with thick ,county. Florida once each week for eight consecutive '4 and SW'\., of SW- ____11 7S: 19E fv'r
Avant are sending away their crop I country a specially growthof :' weeks. wit of NWU. ELof NW. been the standard rem<.'.!y colds, .
these points will in all probability be ;. this week. While their trees about it. Live wires surround I IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereuntoset >4, N4 of NE%. E'of. and coughs in thousands IIi homes. Get :
under guard during the duration of the yield has not I it. A special double track leads to it. my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit A.- SE"4 and SW.J of SEi4 __12 7S: 19E a bottle today and have it handy in '
been the 21st day of April
as heavy as expected, it is esti- Court on th's N'i of NEI,., sw, of NE
'ar., mated they would average about thirty The works are about 700 feet long and D. 1917. '.4. Kit of SE....' SWft of your medicine chest for toughs, colds, '
110 feet broad, and the railway runs I W. T. WEEKS. SB'. and SW of SW', ____13 7S: 19E croup, grippe and all bronchial affec
barrels the Clerk.
.
to acre. Up until
SEAL)
( N'i of SE" SWof
PLANT CITY.-The first solid car day night almost 6,000 wednes-I[completely around them. In the northwest By R A. WEEKS. and NW'i -----______SE"4_____14 73 19E tions. At your druggist 50c. : ((2)) ,
of caned vegetables ever shipped out corner of the works the dischargeof 4-27-M. Deputy Clerk. EI.J of SE'4 and NWVi of ,
spuds has been send away the trains takes place. I, SEt, _______--____________15 7S 19E UK
of this state has been shipped from which is considered good for an exper- MASTER'S SALE. NE', of NWL- and NWVi of Read the Telegraph. | vif

this tciy. It was a solid car of can- imental season. The average price 'received "The trains arrive full of bare bod- Notice is hereby given that under and by NE'4 _____________________23 7S 19E _ _ ._ _ I'i. '
ies, which are unloaded by the work- virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure madeand WU of NEt and NEVi ofSEI. -
ned beans, 1,000 cases, 24,000 cans, is said to have been about $7 ________ i..
rendt'ndlay 2. 1917. by the Judge of ___ ________:24! 7S 19E
shipped to Cleveland, 0. This is not per barrel. ers, who live at the works. The .men the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Cir- S';:. S'i of NWV4 and NWVi WHAT IS :

only a great record for Plant City, but wear oilskin overalls and masks with cuit of Florida in and for Bradford County "f NWi ---______________28 7S: 19E
mica eyepieces. They in chancery sitting in favor of The American SE'4 of NWli ______________33 7S 19E
the beginning of a great thing for the are equippedwith I of LoU 1
Trust Company. a corporation administrator S'a 1. :. 7 and 8
JACKSONVILLE. Sheriff W. 0.
state of Florida. This car was ship- lonk hooked poles and push the of the estate of G. F. Markillie deceased eom- and N'.. of Lots 3 and 10 LAXFOSLAXF0S
ped by H. A. Shaver, who for the past Dowling announces that he has just bundles of bodies to an endless chain 11la'lIant. and against J. K. Roberts and Bar and all of Lots 9 and 11 __ 7 6S 20E
defendant's. the undersigned !iiI of Si... and of
SEV S
begun to fight in connection with the bara Roberts. i :!
two seasons has conducted a canning I which picks them up with big hooks will offer for sale before the courthouse I Eli! ---__________________ i 6S 20E
factory here. campaign to rid the county of vagrants I attached at intervals of 2 feet. The door at Starke. Honda between the legal hours LoU 4, 6, 7. !8, and 10, and !
Each day many men are being arrested bodies of wile on Monday Jure 4. 1917. to the high: ....t I M-i; of LotI.. and Sli of IS AN IMPROVES CASCARA ;
are transported on this endless .
described Lot .______________
and best bidder for cash, the following 9 ---- 19 6S 20E .
on charges of vagrancy. A numberof I chain into a long, narrow compart- lands situated in Bradford County. Florida. 1IWof NW'4 .__________29 6S :20E A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE !
JACKSONVILLE.-Deposits of the men who were arrested on Tuesdayby ment where they pass through a scalding toit: I Lots I, 2 and 3 --_________30 6S 20EN'i CATHARTIC AND 1M& TCilC :
internal revenue department here last the sheriff have given bonds: in the I' bath which disinfects them. Said land l>ing and bung in the County of of Lots 4, 5 and 6 ____31 6S 20E .
the largest ever recorded 'I They Bradford. State of Florida to-wit I AKo the following described personal prop- LAX-FOS is not a Secret or Patent Medicine -
Thursday were amount of $100 to secure their liberty then go through a drying chamber, A one-fourth equal division according to the erty situate in Bradford County, Florida, to- but is composed of the following I ....
on.any single day, according to until the time of their trial. They and finally arc automatically carried trovrrnment survey of the southwest fourth wit: old-fashioned and herbs
fourth I l ) of Section twen- I i One dark bay mule named roots : :
Chief M. A. Brown. The total I Ci) of northeast mare Sou ; One f
Deputy will be tried May 22 in the criminal into a digester or great cauldron, in ty-t...o <21>. Township five (5) South of range I. mouse colored mare mule named Julia; One CASCARA BARKS: I
amount of money handled came to court before Judge J. M. Peeler. By' which they are dropped by an apparatus twenty I'-lM: east more particularly described i; black horse mule named Jack ; One dark bay t
$157,000, which was the result of collections this time there will be a large number which detaches them from the a.i follows: Commencing at the northwest I I horse mule named Jim; One gray horse mule BLUEFLAGROOT 1l .
the corner of the SW'i of NE.4. Section twenty- named Dewey ; One gray horse mule named RHUBARB ROOT r
from all sources, principal of prisoners in custody. Special men chain. In the digester they remain two (22l Township live (5) south range twen- George; ; One gray mare mule named Kate: -

sources being income tax. The second have been assigned to the task of securing from six to eight hours, and are treat- ty-two IC2): east and running thence east One black horse mule named Bill ; One black BLAOKROOT : I
collection for single day twenty-six and two-thirds (26 2-3) rods moreor hon>emule named Mack ; One gray horse mule f'
largest any evidence against vagrants. It ed by steam, which breaks them up, I<'SII, thence south sixty ((611)( rods, moreor named Sid. 1 mouse colored horse mule named MAY APPLE ROOT
_ on record was $59,085.11 which was is said that the action of the officersof while they are slowly stirred by ma- less thence west twenty-six and two-thirds Tom ; One gray horse mule named Geechy ; SENNALEAVES
in 126 2-3 rods more or lew. thence north sixty One black horse mule named Tobe; One dark
taken about
a year ago. the law has caused
consternation
chinery. The bones sink to the bottom I AND PEPSINInLAx.FOStheC.SCARA1
(opt rods more or less" to point of beginning; bay mare mule named Bell; One bay horse J
among the idlers and frequenters of I leaving a thick, dark-colored liquid. also one-fourth (II'i) etual division according I mule named Charley ; One bay mare mule !It improved by ,
tn government survey of the same southwest named Lizzie: Four log carts and harness .,
TAMP Articles of incorporation questionable places.TAMPA.It the addition of these dig tivc ingredients -
"From this
treatment result several fourth ('it i of the northeast fourth C-4)) of complete. and one portable saw mill complete -
for" one of the largest developmentswhich I products. The fats are broken into said section twenty-two ((22) lying directly I including all saws belts carriages engines making it belter than ordinary CASCARA <
has taken place in Hillsborough up east of above described tract and of the same I boilers pumps, pipes chains hooks ,and thus the combicaticm acts not 1
be a surprise to' stearine a form of tallow, and oils and all other
may j dimensions and area. I I machinery, fixtures and appliances only asa stimulating laxative aLd cathartic -
county for some time were filed by B. the citizenship to know that at 1905 which require to be re-distilled before E. M. JOHNS used in or around said saw mill. but also as a digestive and Jiver tonic. fIt

L. Hamner, industrial agent for the and 1907 Fourteenth Street, there is in I they can be used. The process of distillation 5-4-T' Special MasterSHERIFFS _. I I tles.The purchaser or purchasers to pay for ti- Syrup laxatives are weak, bur LAX-FOS ."I

Seaboa d. The project will be knownas operation a completely equipped choco- is carried out by boiling the I Dated this May 2. 1917. combines strength! with palatable, aromatic I -

"Leg Jardins de Floride," or the late factory. It is operated by Barcia oil with carbonate of soda and some Hereby notice is given SALE.that I W. J. Ep E M. JOHNS. taste and does not gripe or disturb ,

gardens of Florida. The plan is elab- & Piquero, and has been in operationa part of the by-products resulting from person Sheriff of Bradford County. State of I o. o. MCCOLLUM. Special Master. the << stomach. One bottle will.prove ,

orate and involves a 5,100 acre tractof little more than a monththe; capital this is used by German soap makers. Florida. under and by virtue of that seal certain of Jacksonville Florida. Lxx-Fos is invaluable for Constipation, I IM
execution issued out of and under the
land in south Hillsborough county, they have invested is in the neighbor- The oil distillery and refinery lies in Starke. Bradford County. Florida on !Monday -Solicitor for Complainants. 545tClear Indigestion or Torpid Liver, Price SOc.

to be colonized by French-Canadians in hood of $10,000. There are seven em- the south-eastern corner of the works. the Circuit Court of Bradford County Florida, I
Your Skin in .
aita.nst: W. C. Anderson Milton Forsyth. C Spring. 5':5'3$!
the near future. I ployes including two salesmen, and The refined oil is sent out in small A. Browning John Andtreon and G. W. Carter Spring house ii
i the manufacturing of chocolate is casks like those used for petroleumand and in favor of Bank of Starke, a torimration cleaning means clean- !
and bearing date of the 8th day of ing inside and outside. Dull pimply .
WAUCIIULA.-Mr. S. L. Griffin stamped as a real industry in this is of a yellowish-brown colour. September. A. D. 1914, will offer for sale and skin is an aftermath of winter inac R. Davis

loaded the first carload of melons of city. There are two brands put out "The fumes are exhausted from the will sell to the highest and best bidder for tivity. Flush intestines i J.
cash at the court house door in the Town of your with a
and under the firm name, wrapped in labelsof : building by electric fans and are sucked -
the this
season at point Monday being
the 4th day of June. A. D. 1917. the same mild laxative and clean out the accumulated -
sold it Tuesday morning for $600 cash, handsome design, which are a favorable through a great pipe to the north- a legal sales day of said Court, during wastes to take do & Company
feature for this eastern where the legal hours of sale. the following described easy they i
advertising corner, they
which is said to be the highest cash are con-
real estate situated, lying and being in not gripe. Dr. King's New Life Pills
price ever paid for a carload of mel- city. The capacity is 600 pounds daily densed kind the refuse resulting is discharged Bradford County State of Florida to-wit: will clear your complexion and brighten
but the time the into There is Southast quarter of northeast quarter of Section .
ons in Florida. This was the first car at present outputis a sewer. no
six ((6), Township six (6)) south, range your eye. Try Dr. King's New
of melons to leave Wauchula this,sea about 250 pounds. The chocolatenow high chimney, as the boiler furnacesare twenty-two (22) east and containing forty Life Pills tonight and throw off the > INSURANCE

son, and we believe the second carloadto made is a very rich product, made supplied with air by electric fans. (40)) acres more or less. sluggish winter shell. At all
druggists
leave the state, Fort Myers having especially for the Latin trade. and the "There is a laboratory, and in tharge 5-4-51. Sheriff w. J.Bradford EPPERSON.County. Fla. 25c. (2}, i

sent out the first. We understand the firm expects soon to manufacture a of the works is a chief chemist with -- :

melons shipped from Fort Myers were brand not so heavy in quality, and two assistants and 78 men. All the BILL FOR FORCLOSURE. + Starke, :-: Florida f
appealing to the American taste. employees are soldiers and attached In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit of
consigned to a commission house and more are Bradford County .

that last year a Fort Myers grower to the 8th army corps. There is a Eva Florida Fernandez by R. S. Fernandez ?' TRAIN SCHEDULE. .". $4.4.

received $600 for a carload of melons IF I SIIOl'Ll PIE TONIGHT. sanatorium by the works and under no her husband v.and next friend <) <> FREE OF CHARGE.

which he consigned.KISSIMMEE.The. pretext is any man permitted to leave Chas Cummings et aL !' New time table went into effect v
them. They are guarded as prisonersat Bill For Forclohure. Any adult suffering from cough, cold :
'!'
12:01 a. m', Sunday, May 6 1917 '*)
If I should die tonightAnd their appalling work. Notice to Appear. and trains will follows, or bronchitis is invited to ball at the

Kissimmee Oil you should come to my cold corpse "One of the American consuls, on THE STATE OF Luclous FLORIDA Dewheart, run as : drug store of C. P. Cason, tarke, and 1
Mamie Dewheart
Company, which has a well near Kis- and say, leaving Germany in February, statedin Clyde To Cummings and Porter Cummings. $ Jacksonville to Tampa. <$> ..get absolutely freely, a sample bottle l

simmee Park, has resumed operationsand Weeping and,heartsick'o'er my lifeless Switzerland that the Germans were Greetings: <- No. 3---_____________10:55 a. m. $ I of Boschee'a German Syru, a soothing :<
it is that clayIf It having been shown by affidavit that the and healing remedy frr: all lung
reported now prospectsare distilling for
glycerine
nitroglycerinefrom defendants :Mamie Dewheurt, Lucious Dew- No. 1-________-_____11:14 p. m. *
bright to strike oil. Traces have I should die tonight, the bodies of their dead, and thus heart. Clyde Cummings and Porter Gumming <.?. No. 15 "Floridian"____2:37 p. m. t> troubles, which has a successful recordof

been found recently which have inspired -I And you should come in deepest grief were obtaining'some part of their ex- are non-residents of the State of Florida. and fifty years. Gives the* patient a
"diggers" with much enthusiasm. and woe that the residence of said defendants Mamie good night's rest free f coughing 1
: plosives. Dewheart and Lucious Dewheart ia at City 3> Jacksonville to Cedar Key. > rorn

For two years the operations have And say, "Here's that ten dollars thatI What the Turk Would Do of Savannah in the State of Georgia and that
been on, and the well is now 2,000 feet owe"- If only the Huns' ally the Turk, the residence and Porter of said Cummings defendants is at Clyde City of Cummings Indianapolis -- ( ing. .

tleep. Those who profess to know say I might arise in my large white cravat were informed that his dead who fall in the State of Indiana. respectively <*> Tampa to Jacksonville. Regular sizes. 25 and ':5 ents. For

it will not be many months before And say, "What's that?" fighting in Europe are being turned and that there is no person in the State of c' No.. 4_______________ 3:26 p. m. *' sale by all dealers In civ'ized coun-
Florida the service of a subpoena upon whom 4
there will be a full-fledged gusher in into pig food ;jt would create such a would bind said defendants or either of them I!> No. 2_______________ 4:51 a. m. <* tries. ,

operation. Work was begun this week'on If I should die tonight revulsion of feeding that the popula- and that said defendants Mamie Dewheart and No. 16 "Floridian" ... 5:54 p. m. t L

casing the well which i is being And you should come to my cold corpse' tion would revolt. There could be no Lucious De..and heart that are defendants over the age Clyde of twenty-Cum- '!- . . .4c5' !
one years
drilled deeper each day. and kneel, paradise for any of "the faithful" mings and Porter Cvmraings"are under the G Cedar Key to Jacksonville. .

Clasping my bier to show the grief you whose body helped to nourish a pig. age It of is twenty-one therefore ordered.years. considered and ad- I. No. 20______________ 9:18 a. m. STARKE *.

Schucht has feelI Several correspondents: point out judged that the said defendants Mamie Dew- c FRATERNAL DIRECTORY .
ORLANDO.-Walter say, if I shculd die tonight that the revulsion caused when the heart. Lucious Dewheart Clyde Cummings and Starke and Wannee. $ 4-
brought a sample of red clover to The and there I'orter Cummings do appear to the Complain & (Daily Except Sunday) 5
And you should come to me news is disseminated in Mahommedan herein before F. & A. M. Bradford Lvdge No. *
which later he ant's Bill of Complaint on or
If Reporter-Star office, and then countries will have important effectsin the 4th day of June A. D. 1917. in default No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45: a. m. <8> 35. Meetc every eeccnd and
took to the board of trade office by whereof decree confesso will be entered No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. <*
Just even hint 'bout payin' me that ten Turkey and the East. a pro <8> fourth Monday nights. 4-
way of demonstrating that this fine against the said Mamie Dewheart. Luciouf .
I rise the while 4 .
might
and Porter Cum
Cummings
cattle be Dew heart. Clyde I. T. J. GRIFFIN *
and stock forage can success- But I'd drop dead mings. 5 I. O. O. F., May Ixxlgw No. 10. *
fully grown here. Mr. Schucht secured again.Ben King. OFFICERS TRAINING CAMP. It i is further ordered that this notice I. Agent. 5' Meets *
Tuesday night
and published in the Bradford County Te' raph. i every
a small lot of seed last summer
published at Starke in Bradford 4 4
planted them. The sample he has newspaper County. Florida. once each week for flvt con- I + 5' M. W. ot'A.. SUrle Camp. *
shows a growth of nearly three feet Sprains and Strains Relieved. Florida furnishes 176 of the 2,050 jecutive weeks. .
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto Q Meets every first and third Wednesday 4'
with bloom since August. Mr. Schucht Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the young men accepted at the officers set my hand and affixed(' the seal of our Cir. ATTENTION, CAR OWNERS.The nights. *

u"ed no fertilizer on the land, and pain out of strains, sprains, bruises training camp Ft. McPherson, Ga. cuit Court on this the 3rd day of May A. D. 4

thinks his is conclusive proof A clean clear Starke is represented by only one 1917. I.
success and all muscle soreness. that W. +
law requires all automobiles W. 0. AU Frienia Camp
that red clover hay be producedwith it quickly young man at the camp, Mr. Henry E. W. T. WEEKS.
can applied
liquid easily pene- should have their license num- No. 138. Meets every second and <*
Liniment Freeman, who will apply for assign- (SEAL Clerk
little trouble in Orange county. trates without rubbing. Sloan's *
ber conspicuously displayed on the fourth Friday nights.
R. A. WEEKS.
ment to the division of engineers soon By I
does not stain the skin or clog
outside of the cars but it has been 4 4
the 5-4-5t. Deputy Clerk. ,
to be sent to France to reconstruct
oint-
IIASTINGS.-From the Hastings the pores like mussy plasters or the found! that some owners, to concealthe I Union Chapel Camp, Nd. 536, *
destroyed during war.
potato section up to Saturday night ments. For chronic rheumatic aches railways NOTICE Or MASTER'S SALE. fact that they have not paid the 4 meet every first and tnird Friday *
Mr. G. A. Chalker, Jr., of Middleburg, ,
2,000 carloads of Irish potatoes had and pains, neuralgia, gout and lumbago of this 1 Notice is hereby !given that under and in automobile,license for the present year nights at Union ChapeL J. A. Ellington *
the other
is only man
been shipped for the week, averaging have this well-known remedy han- young pursuance of a certain final decree rendered fail in thus displaying the license 4 Clerk, R. No. 1. Starke. *
and following vicinity to be accepted at the camp. on the 30th day of April. 1917. by the Honorable -
the of grippe
190 barrels to the car and making a I dy. For pains for J. T. Wills Judge of the Circuit Court. rumber. Those who are delinquent in 4
total to date of 380,000 barrels ship- strenuous work, it gives quick He, too, will probably apply as- Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida. in and for.. this respect are warned to pay their 4 Visiting brothers are cordially .
At 25c.: (2) signment to the engineer department, Bradford County in a certain cause wherein '
relief. drusrists.
ped. This total of $2- license 4 invited to attend these meetings. .
means a grand having lately graduated in mechanical W. H. Dowling and J. H. Dowling are complainants at .
500,000 to the growers of this section. Techno- and J. F. Gatlin and W. H. Gatlin. once.W.. J. EPPERSON, .

Estimates place the total yield. up to A Telegraph ad will add to your engineering at the Georgia co-partners u W. H Gatlin & Company,Ma are Sheriff, Bradford Co. . . . . ;
logical School. defendants I, E. M. Johns, u Special -
and including the last of May at 500- profits. Try one.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAFKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 1$, iSl7. ;
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- cerine and other articles that science I I th f *, n-hich position he filling in an BACK JUNIOR CLASS ENTERTAINS THE UNITED STATES NOW \C.
= CLASS. TUALLY
Bradford County TelegraphPublished perverted can extract from such ma I,dInirall le manner. UNITID1N I GRADUATING- EXBACEDiy.. WAi.
terial. An that is still v''Al: attending the University of DOCTORSSPECIALIST "'
uncanny enemy
of week, the
evening last (Continued
I Thursday From
far frorii the end of his resources and f'lof.lalr.: Green took an active art Fag 1.) <'

Weekly and entered as second who stops at nothing, however revolt- in Uc
: class matter at the post-office at ing, as the means of winning a battleor ties of that institution, and beu'ir e+luihment or the Am"ri
F. D. Wainright, on n
the home of Mrs. aanor.
Starke, Florida.E. to supply deficits must be taken ser- kt'cv n litre as "PoltiCJll'ea": Green, was 1-cavier clothing It a,

iously. Besides, Germany holds the by which nickname he !'S kfcowii today N. Walnut street. decorations of tie Americans are wear .ti clot

potash supply of the world, and while \\. his college chunK He finished WILL AGAIN BE AT STARKE The very artistic too li. ht for the varying+ ( ,
S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner [ and white were the work of Mr. et dition,
she has all of that ingredient she his' chosen profession a< a teacher, (:I green weather they will encour.tjwaters. .
H. E. LAG ERG REN, Associate Editor needs, the fields of the rest of the hading the class in the degree if Lucian Wainright, whose skill in this Thjs, however, u in I

world, from the lack of it, constantly: L'vjK-JcT of Science in less time thai: I SAT MAY 19,1917 I line cannot be excelled. The eveningwas provided for. .IS quil'l-t.,};:
> with music
happily spent games ?
f-: The latest German atrocity in deteriorate.We had been accomplished by any other of In Pink of ConditilAfter ,
France is the dropping, by aviators, of are in the war and must do the student in the university and was the HOTEL STARKE and a delicious banquet, consisting the formalities! harfended 1Ad'f

stick candy in the Somme best we can. The commissioners Eng- only one of his class that bore' the salad course and ice course. the needs of the men were ',_
valley poisoned and elsewhere. The French police -j I land and France sent over understood distinction of never receiving a single Those enjoying this long to be remembered tc American ships at onceluttoi jttendedt; ;
: business to dot and struck while inexcused absence, reprimand or event were the graduating I the lea,
'i are busy warning the public to see i their a I men from captains tl|
how to demerit the entire term of ONEDAYONLY class of 1917, composed of Misses Bessie ordin.
, that children do not pick up and eat the iron was hot. They knew during I seamen looking in the pinh of [
c and Lois Terry, of Lawtey Doris .
the He graduatedin ;
this candy. create enthusiasm, and they presented study at university. tion and apparently enthJiastic
e, their demands before the enthus- June, 1916. 9A.M.TO8P.M Law, Clara Moitt, Eunice Robinsonand their task. 1 for

That the food speculators are not all iasm cooled off. Now the whole bur- Mr. Green is proving an efficient HOURS Mr. Dray: on Colley; and the Junior "They are certainly file
a
E bloated millionaires of the Northern den of the war is laid on Uncle Sam's chief clerk during the present ses- Class composed of Misses Jessie men, and what's more, their body of.

cities was established in St. Peters.- shoulders. We are expected to feed sion, and according to gossip at the Remarkable Success of These Thomas, Martha Fripp, Kathleen Al- t as fit." sail the Britis*craft look'ju

burg, Florida, a few days ago. A ne- the belligerents, furnish them with capital is in line for real political pref- varez, Margaret Lawrence, Messrs. der as he watched the des comma
, gro peddled onions from his garden at money and war munitions, fight the erment at the hands of the people of Talented Physicians in The Allan Canova, Raiford Epperson Jim seaward. oyez, U,

five for a nickel, and waxed fat there- submarines and, worse yet, send unlimited his county.: Treatment of Chronic Diseases. Kickliter, Wilbur Scott, Chas. EnseY'j I I One of the American |
. from, while other truckers and the armies to France. This last Cyrus Hoover, Gus Beasley, war duty even de.-Jroyers btgan -

storekeepers gave only three for a item was not mentioned before Uncle SEALS BILL FOR SCHOOL Beasley, Raymond Spear, William this side of th: Atlantic.before reaching
;
> nickel. Such procedure could not be Sam had fairly "put his foot in it." INSPECTION PASSED OFFER SERVICES FREE OF Thomas. when it picked tp and This wu

: tolerated and the negro was given a It was said American soldiers were the danger zone one of 'ridthroortuftareest. .
black-hand notice to quit. But St. Petersburg not needed, that the allies were fully i (Continued From Page 1.) CHARGE the Atlantic liners.
I is not the only place in Flor- able to cope with the Centrals on land. Overcome Chronic i. the This'action u
The going to vote for the postponement of pleased pa engers on board that
trade is thus restricted. to build ships faster
, ida where We are expected
reasonable this bill. Eleven years, he declared, The United Doctors Specialist they ent a message:: of grating and
at able to destroy
t. man who sells produce a than the submarines are Constipation
, price should be protected. them. But did we not "bite off before the signing of the treaty be- licensed by the State of destroyer.appreciation to tr*> comma 1er of the
tween William Penn and the Indianshis .
; -* more than we can chew, to use a Don't continue to create a bad
ancestors had left the fatherlandand Georgia for the treatment of all
all habit
I homely phrase, when we promised of strong purgatives. They
department this? How are we going to feed our come to this country because they diseases including deformities relieve, and that is all. And they
population while shipload after could not worship their religion in call for increased dosage. A sensible -

:: other exhortation, this time to save own shipload of food for the allies is being their own way. nervous and chronic diseasesof treatment will arouse the liver Optician "fcs*
bottles and jars for the holding of pre- bottom of the by the Mr. Seals of Bradford, said he did and give tone and strength to the JACKSONVILLE LA
i the sea
sent to
? serves. Every head of a family can is limit to not see anything in "His" bill about men, women and children, bowels. It is offered in Broken
submarines? There a even Lists Oj
": now, if he will, since the bone dry law our productive capacity, as we alreadyare the churches. As the drawer of the offer to all who call on this trip, L Same Day as Riti >lie.t&4 cd 1 J

went into effect, save twelve quart bottles beginning to feel. And sending measure, he had no prejudice in his r WeSptdilia on fail Orders-Wup ... .t\.L.o.,. .,
t, Hitherto it has been the heart consultation examination advice }
a year. armies across the sea is an enormous toward any religious organization. = w roams st
fashion to hide the bottles, while they there He then moved the: previous Surl'ud __
even when are no free charge
undertaking making no GentUI&StiveVfnctiiCM
them under old sacks 1
[; had anything in submarines to take into account. ques'on.: I
! in the corn cribs, and when empty toy We will do our part in the war, but i The previous question \var. ordered whatever, except the cost of a k s fUirr" A Worry List. '
' holes or clumps it the motion strike worryingim.tn -n4' made
throw them into stump i should starve ard being on to i
r of bushes, to keep "the old woman" we do not believe that we whatever out the enacting clause of the bill the treatment.All ,/ '/ list of the Iwtss ht! unfor u.,ate events
about it but henceforth ourselves by trying at cost vote that is asked in return for and happeningTl.i.h shy felt
w from knowing ; to feed the Ententes. If the subma- was: Many :years have shown the usefulness sure
true patriot will put the empty Y.as-Gomez, Harris of Jackson, of this remedy. It's theiJeallaxath'e. would com to p: -i ;Iwl '.ciiKsastrou
every rines can destroy 400,000 tons of shipping these valuable services is that effective and ,
gentle
1{' bottles away carefully for future use. in one week, how long could we Haddock. Jennings, Langford. Lewi, strengthening. Now it may be [ to her happims* :m
t Hollow cypress logs in the swamps will .hold out? The promise of sending armies bight, Morgan, McKenzie, Nelson, every perscn treated will state obtained in tablet form, for convenience list, was 1M. and to her :amazement, .
make capital and safe storage places. Stockton, Stephens. Swain, Withee, in taking. he rt''on'rl'tl ir, n Ion;: lime after-
to the battlefield was given con- Manalln will not form a habitof ,
the obtained to their J
results
advice of high mili- Watson, Woodruff of Orange-Total cathartics. Used as directed, vanK and fouinl that nut single tm"ortunate -
the
to our
DRAFT. trary
r. DODGING THE 16. the sufferer may reasonably expect iirodi.-tion in the {hole
tary authorities, and what few men friends and thus prove to the not only: immediate relief, ata.
!\a3-Mr. Speaker, Anderson of but the reformationof 'ogne of disasters had beiji realized.
could send would furnish cannon
The final agreement of Congress on we Gad-'den, Anderson of Walton, Barber sick and afflicted in every city proper habits, in
fodder for only a day or two. the natural way.
the ages of 21 to 30 for the selective It is obviously impossible to furnish Barnes, Bagrgett, Blanton, Bryan, Bry- and locality that at last treatments Liquid if you desire LASS'IF .E
draft settles this mooted question and the food needed by ourselves and the ant. Best, Clar Crews, Chaises, Crcs- ,i'' it, $1 and 35c. C D

puts everybody on notice as to their allies if we have to take men away by, Corbett. Cash, DeGrove, Edge have been discoveredthat Tablets,25c and lOc ADVERTISI G
to the raising of the Fenn Franklin Hamblin Harris of
personal relation I
from the farms and send them to Eu- and Carry a box: with
As the law reads, Pinellas Hamrick Hood are reasonably sure '
wartime army. It would that the soldierswe Hanson, Kent you. Constipation is
t however, says the Tampa Tribune, rope.can muster up seem are needed for our athesnn, Marshall, M ore, Mathis, certain in their effect. .1 habit.largely You a matter can overcome of- FOR condition SALE Barber for char] in good
there are so many exemptions and exceptions defense. looks out for Mays, Myers, Perry, Putnam, Rhodes Vf It with Mana- cheap caJl. D. L.
England
own Diseases of the stomach intestines lin's help. Bugg, Hampton.: .. 4274LFOR
allowed that it is extremely herself and has done so ever since the Roebuck, Roberts, Robson, Seals *'

doubtful if the draft between those war began. Let us look out for our- Smith, Strom Scruggs, Stewart, Taylor liver blood skin %' Tfc.Peru Cratpaar.Cohunboa ate-,
ages will produce anywhere near the selves in this with the startingof Trammell, Tilghman Webb; Wilder olio RENT-Small house dose to the

number of men expected. which we had war nothing to do. Let Williams Weaver, Wilson, Wicker nerves, heart, spleen, rheumatism Park. Apply to D. \M Manning,

Some of the exceptions are very the submarines Walker-Total 53. Starke. I 51831.
our navy get busy destroying sciatica tapeworm leg 1
'" elastic. To begin with all officials and let us help the Entente allies Mr. Matheson of Alachua, then of- ..'

I employes of counties, cities and na-\\with the money, food and munitions we fered an amendment permitting the ulcers, and those afflicted with I A FAMILY FOR SALE-One large h.Xse, works

: 1:, tional government are exempt. can spare, but there is no call for unduly parents or legal guardians of childrento ,: well anywhere. Will selcheap] for
seafarers are left out. Then comes I sacrificing lives and starving and place them in these institutions and long standing, deep-seated, .: cash or trade for a Ford \ire W. M.

this very comprehensive exception: bankrupting ourselves, so that other I keep them there against their (thechild's chronic diseases, that have MEDICINEI I II Bryan, Start ,.
All engaged in industries i 1 will I -8LOTS' __..
persons nations, be they former foes or pre-
t including agriculture found !tended friends, may take advantage of In support of his amendment Mr. baffled the skill of the family i I I FOR SALE-Lots :.* .aS, 8 in

to be necessary to the maintenance our weakness after the war is over. Matheson said the general terms of physicians, should not fail to In Her Mother's Home, Says This'' Peek's addition to Stark, Also 3
the establishment or the hill were good in his opinion andh
of
military i
acres with house and wire fence, 1%
the effective operation of the mil- : BRADFORD MEN HONORED. : wanted to support it, but that under call. Deafness has often been Georgia Lady, Regarding Black- miles from depot on La ,:tey road.

itary forces, or the maintenance : its provisions it would be possiblethat cured in sixty days. Draught. Relief From Head- These two pieces of lan.6 at a bar- .i

: of national interest during the em- Two Bradford county men, Hon. A. parents or guardians who placed ache, Malaria, Chills, Etc. gain. F. L. Turner, 3G5*W. Tenth.
a child in school similar to the "
a to their
ergency. S. Crews of According system
one our representatives St., Jacksonville, Fla.I274t.. 4
f' It may not prove very difficult fora and Mr. R. A. Green, "the youngest one (the parochial the will school) in Gainesville few operations for appendicitis I Rlnggold Ga.- Mrs. Chas. Gaston, i 1\
against of the child ,
young man to convince the appeal chief clerk of the house of representatives of this place, writes: "I am a user
board that his occupation is necessary in the state of Florida," have would be subject to prosecution. He gall stones, tumors, goitre, of Thedford's Black-Draught; in fact WORDS FROM HOME
to the well-being of the country or lately been honored with unsolicited believed that this sometimes became It was one of our family medicines. ,,'
! that he can be of more use to the gov- write-ups in the Jacksonville Times- necessary for the welfare of the child. piles etc., as all cases accepted Also In my mother's home, when I Statements That May Be Irr esUgtt' L :'1

ernment where he is than as a soldierin Union by Claud F. Johnson. We give The school in Gainesville, he said, was will be treated without operation was a child. When any of us child Testimony of Starke Piizens. -i1'.<
held in very high esteem by the com- ren complained of headache usually -
camp or at the front. Then the last his opinion of the two men below: -
clause, "the maintenance of national A. S. Crews munity and by outsiders. as they were among the caused by constipation. she gave us When a Starke citizens comes to the l=

interest" may be construed to cover I lion. A. S. Crews, representativefrom The hour for the noon recess arrived first in America to earn the I a rectify dose of the Black-Draught trouble. Often which In would tie front, telling his friends and neighbors ;\
v.Fle Mr. Matheson and
the of actually engagedin Bradford was talking, of his experience, can rely on his _
:, cases persons county, is one of the Spring, we would have malaria and you
newspaper or other journalisticwork earnest, constant workers in the leg- the presiding officer declared the House name of "Bloodless Surgeons"by chills, or troubles of this kind, we sincerity. The statements of people ,Yt}
the and periodicals islature this session. adjourned until 3 o'clock.Afternoon would residing in far places do not
newspapers He is a man of doing with the knife take Black-Draught pretty reg. away rR.
being essential to "maintaining inter- strong convictions and fights hard for SessionAt away ular until the liver acted well and command your confidence. Home endorsement n

est" in.what the country is doing. This the adoption of his views, even when the hour named Mr. Matheson resumed with blood and with all pain in we would soon be up and' around is the kind that backs 1
also include in his remarks in support of his ,again. We would not be without it, Doan's
might men engaged he is hopelessly in the minority.He Kidney Pills. Such testimony .6!.
amendment. The introducer of the the successful treatment of for It certainly has saved us lots of
writ- is it
teaching, preaching, lecturing or stood firmly for and worked effectively convincing. Investigation proves ,i
ing and selling books. for the state-wide prohibition bill! accepted the amendment, and so these dangerous diseases.No doctor Draught bills.when Just not a so dose well of saves Black-a true. Below is a statement of a Starke /

The person who doesn't succeed in amendment, and was very helpful in did the House.Continuing lot of days in bed." I resident. No stronger proof of meritcan < escaping under one of these convenient securing the big vote for the adoptionof Mr. Matheson said in behalf matter what your ailment Thedford's Black-Draught has been be had. }i

headings, probably will be able to that measure. He also helped ma- of the bill as amended that he may be, no matter what others In use for many years in the treat I W. W. Baisdon says: "I used Doan'a ,
prove that someone is dependent upon terially in the passage of the so-called wanted to reply to some of the things ment of stomach, liver and bowel Kidney Pills about four years ago for

: him for support-and this is also a bone dry bill as well as all other tem- that had been said during the mornings may have told you, no matter troubles, and the popularity which it kidney complaint. They did me a :
ground of exemption from service. perance measures that have been up (' ion. He paid a high tribute to what experience you may have now enjoys is proof of its merit. world of good, curing all symptoms i
If your liver is not doing its duty,
This, of course, applies only to those for discussion. the remarks ground taken by Mr. Lewis in his had with other physicians it you will suffer from such disagree- promptly. My back was strengthenedand
who wish to dodge their to their I felt better in "
other
duty Among measures upon which able symptoms as headache, bilious every way. :
country and who prefer the slacker's Mr. Crews took decided stand were the Fired at Jennings will be to your advantage to see ness, constipation, indigestion, etc., Price 50c, at all dealers. Don) ';!

part at home to the patriot's part with bill providing for the payment of expenses Getting to Mr. Jennings he rather them at once. Have it forever and unless something Is done, serious simply ask for a kidney remedy-get .f"..

I the armed forces of the nation. It is of state's attorneys one pro- ungraciously injected :Mr. Jennings' settled in mind. If trouble may result. Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that .
1 likely that, with local boards named to viding for jury trial in municipalcourts views on the prohibition question, and your your Thedford's Black-Draught has been cured Mr. Baisden. Foster-Milburn

i-I pass on all cases where exemption is one to have the lands includedin declared he could not see how a man case is incurable they will give found a valuable remedy for these Co., Props., BuSalo: N. Y. ((32)

I : claimed, considerable personal: 'feeling the state prison farm in Bradford i who supported the infamous liquor you such advice as may relieve I i 1 acts troubles. It is purely vegetable, and
, : will enter into the decision, as well as placed the i traffic could come to this House and In a prompt and natural way,
county on tax rolls again 1 '
and stay the disease. Do not regulating the liver to Its proper To Cure a Cold In One Dey
political considerations. one to amend the tax laws to talk as he ha I done this morning.He .
one authorize functions and cleansing the bowels of Take LAXATIVE PROMO Quinine. It Hop tke
Nothing of this kind should be per- county commissioners to em- belonged to the official board, he put off this duty you owe your- impurities. Try it. Insist on Thed Cough and Headtche and work 08 the COM..

mitted, of course, but human natureis ploy counsel in criminal cases to pros- said, of two sectarian schools. They self or friends or relatives who ford's the original and genuine. E 79 DruI1. W. SIS GROVE refund lIilnatllrt money if on it each ails)>os.to can.E. :&c.

the same in peace and war and many ecute in county judge's and justice of were open at all times. Come, inspect _.. .
are suffering because of
such considerations will figure in the the peace courts. them, and if you find anything wrong your ---- -- -rt- ,

selection of the men to bear the bruntof Mr. Crews always stands firm on all let it be known and everything possi- sickness, as a visit at this time .r,

warfare. As a matter of fact, ev- bills involving or affecting the best ble will be done to make it right. He may help you.Wornout .
ery man between the ages named, whois interests of Florida and when he challenged with all the force in him I '
physically able, should gladly respond speaks on a measure his voice is heard that hate was taught in them. With the or run-down men Strong

to the draft and not plead exemption in no uncertain terms. He guards not voice of seven thunders he said he repudiated or women, no matter what your 3

unless from some very unusual alone the interests of his constituents, the insinuation. ailment may be, call-it' costs
and exceptional cause. But comparatively bH of the people of the state at large.R. Minor Amendments : I Ii I
few will be so patriotic. The Without discussion several other i you nothing. I Arguments t..
S results will testify to the extent of the A. Green. minor amendments were made to the i Remember this free offer is

patriotism existing in each communityor The present'session of the legislature bill mainly reducing unreasonable for this visit only. I I!

city. When the draft is complete, |I is working under a new chief penalties. Then another move was I, -
we can easily arrive at the percentageof I clerk in the house due to many political made for the previous question as soon Married ladies come with To carry less cash often means, saving; more

patriotism in Tampa for instance, *changes thai have occurred in the as the motion to waive the rules and i their husbands, and minors I money.
by comparing the total number of male par two years, and is ably represented put the bill on its third reading had :with their ,
inhabitants : bj Mr. R. A. Green of Bradford county been made. The motion carried the parents. I
between 21 and 30 with the To use checks in
place of
number selected for draft. .vr.o holds the distinction of being bill was read a third time and passedby currency is to establish

'I'the youngest chief clerk of a house ofrcprcsentatives the following vote: I concise record and guarantee an absolute re-

CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME. in the state of Florida. Yeas-Mr. Speaker Anderson of II Laboratories, Philadelphia. Pa. I ceipt for every expenditure.

Robert Alexis Green was born near Gadsden Anderson of Walton, Barber I I

[ Lake Butler; Fla., February 10, 1892, Barnes, Baggett, Blanton, Bryan, Bry- REMEMBERDATE I To be geherally known as patrori I of
a regular
As time
passes we hear more and (and attended the rural schools near his ant, Best, Clark, Crews, Chaires, Crosby the
more of the real status of the home and I BANK OF STARKE is to
great then the high schools of Corbett, Cash. Dawson, DeGrove, AND PLACE. increase prestige nd
war, now since England and Francedo Lake Butler and at Starke. He began Edge, Epperson, Fenn, Franklin, Ham standing in the community. -
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not hesitate to tell the bare truth teaching: school at the age of.sixteen blin, Harris of Pinellas, Hamrick, Han- -

about it, and what we hear is not ?tall ears and has taught school and attended son, Hood, Kent. Matheson, W. 0. W. NOTICE. Are 5
you enjoying these
reassuring. Lane is l\larshall'l I
Secretary college alternately since that Moore, llathisIays, -
quoted as saying that week before time.! Mr. Green has taught as ,principal Perry Putnam
Rhodes
Roebuck, Rob- Members of Starke
I Camp W. 0. W.
last the German submarines in advantages?
destroyed several high schools in the son, Seals Smith, Strom, Scruggs, are requested to be )
present the
at hall
400,000 tons of shipping. Another stt.tes and will be
principal of one of Stewart Trammell
Taylor Tilghman
i Sunday !
morning at 10 o'clock, for the ,
item, just brought to light, has it that I the lame high schools next year. Wilder, Williams, Weaver, Wilson, of .-
the Germans have established factor In 1913 Mr. Green was elected messenger Woodruff of Seminole, Wicker, Walker church purpose marching to Methodist Bank
'I at 10:45 to hear of I
a Starke
sermon
ies for utilizing the bodies of the soldiers I of the house of representatives -Total 56. "Woodcraft. on
Members
killed on the west front by the Viand in 1915 became assistant to the Nays-Haddock of other camps
i Jennings, Langford are invited to attend.
thousands every day, for the manufacture I chief! clerk, and this year was elected Lewis, Light, McKenzie, Nelson, Stock- ALBERT Starke Fla. I

of hog feed, fertilizer, oils, gly I chief. clerk of ihe house.of representa- ton, Stephens, Swain, Webb-Total 11. DUBOSE, ,
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WOODMEN MEETING AT METRO- 'r00000'04 JO 0 0 lar patient is not in taking patent med- vegetables should be include Jin the a
1 I DIST CHURCH NEXT SUNDAY. .> icines. Drugs should be avoided, for diet. ; '

II G TUBERCULOSIS '!' it is only the opiates in them that ease Finally the patient must bE moderate -

I The Woodmen :[the World are to v' Cause Prevention Treatment. i' I the pain temporarily and make death in everything. Smoking) should
Bits of Local I G 0 easier but less in hiiitself
the be
honor not sure. In treatment never indulged by or
occupy the place of at the i
odist church next Sunday leth-1]i'+ By Miss Eunice Robinson it is hard to over-estimate the anyone around him. Dust places
+ PjvJ I value of that given to the patient by should be avoided. Much defends on
the 11 o'clock service. The Sovereignsof
Information < i' .$> Gv .)4Cv'i '? i. the sanatoriums. Even though the patient the patient's own common siTise, his
the local camp in this city and thoseof I
adjacent camps, will meet at (Winner of the prize of five dollarsin I is rarely ever cured of tubercu- cheerfulness and h: to get
1 It II their hall gold given by Mrs. F. A. Scott, for 'losis before he leaves the sanatorium .well.! Therefore, K; requires intelligence -
e..rahtI O.. p mt.. NMN4 ... camp in this city at 10 I i I
Prw4N64 M .... C..p'.I r..... o'clock. All necessary preparationswill the best essay on the subject by the I yet he receives instructions as to how II III on his part. If the pleasures he
be made, and at 10:45 the proces- pupils of the Starke High School.) he should live and these instructions enjoys are harmful!, they should; be
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can be put to practical use when he dispensed with. Sacrifices Jill have
sion will be formed, and all will marchto
Tuberculosis is caused by the growthin returns home. However as in a num- to: be made and task that arefirksome
... the Methodist church in due form. the lungs, and occasionally in some ber of cases, if the patient's means performed, but the patient should do
A little daughter was born to Col. I I Edwin Steven Yates,. grandson of The sovereigns will be tendered the other parts of the body, of a very will not allow the sanatorium 'treat all this gladly, knowing th.t, he is
Dr. and A. H. Freeman middle tier of in the church, and
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Tuesday.Mr. I I Mrs. was pews small germ called the tubercle bacillus. ment, with care the treatmentcan *
all honors will be extended to them proper maintaining the cure.
awarded first prize in the Better Babies on This is contained in the
germ usually be taken at home and avoid the
ex-
Thus in time with proper: bodilycare
John Manning, of Sapp Station, contest conducted by the Woman's this occasion. Special music will be matter expectorated by consumptives.If .
Saturday in Starke. Club in Tallahassee. rendered and the subject of the ser- the matter is left to dry it changesto pense. The patient should consult a cheerfulness and a great amountof
speat mon will be "Woodcraft. Every mem- powder form and the in this reputable physician for instructions as bravery the patient, in a ggod per-

Mr. Wm.; Groves, of Lawtey was Prof. G. C. Looney has been spend- ber of the church is most respectfully. way is easily inhaled into germ the lungs. to how his daily life should be conducted. centage of cases, becomes his former

r on business Sunday and Monday. ing the week with his daughter, Mrs.S. requested to be present and performthe Once the germ enters the lungs it multiplies Then a room should be chosen self with health, strength and appe-
here F. Hamrick. Mr. Looney will open part of host or hostess: Let every by division and spreads itself, that is bright, sunshiny and well venti- tite regained. All that he must do

r Dues Mary Sistrunk, of Rockmart, his summer school at Lake Geneva Methodist be present to do their part sometimes gradually sometimes rapidly lated. If it is possible, sleeping porches then is to be careful for relapses come

is here visiting her brother, Mr. next Monday. for the worthy sovereigns whom' we over the whole lung, causing the should be used by the patient, or, very easily and successive ones only
G.Gt M., Sistrunk. entertain and honor in our church on death of the person infected unless at least as much time as possible spentin tend to weaken the constitution and

Many from Starke attended servicesat Sunday morning. Let the sovereigns, proper treatment is taken in time. the open air. If work can be suspended to give the disease a better chance to

Mrs. Bruce Norman of Jacksonville, Pine Level church Sunday. Rev.N. as far as possible, bring their families Although in most cases the diseaseis for six months the patient spend on the unfortunate victim its
is here visiting her aunt Mrs. D. R. T. King preached an excellent sermon with them to this meeting. God bless caught in childhood yet it is possibleto ought to have a rest cure at home. This frightful strength.
Edwards.T. appropriate to Mothers Day, and the the worthy women and children who" become a victim later in life, at any can be on the porch in the back yardor r
dinner spread would have done honorto are thus affiliated with "Woodcraft. time or age. The greatest danger in any room where the windows are Welcome Sounds.
of the community. A most cordial invitation is given from I all opened wide. After the rest cure,
T. Blackburn, Highland any comes associating with careless There was not a sound in the house
business visitor to every person to be present and enjoy consumptives in if the fever has disappeared for a
section, was a dark damp, and ill : except the ticking d the cl.Kfc. Mary
..,. Starke Monday. George R. Lowens, of New York, is this happy occasion with us. Let everybody ventilated houses stores, or workshops month exercises may be resumed but was sitting on the Ptkr di<-l'n-i'..)lately :
rte; visiting at the ,home of Mrs. M. A. be on time, or something very where an abundance of fresh air and I with great care, increasing them grad- playing with her dl 11. Su M<*jfy there

'fJ Wiley Robertson of Sampson City Baisden. Mr. Lowens lived with the profitable may be missed.T. sunlight is lacking. The danger in ually each day. was rigorous ..tI.:: fug; <>f s: 'till feet
L. Z. BARR
business in Starke Baisden family about 20 years ago, such an association is that by the '
r.J was transacting careless In the treatment the patient must on the porch. Oli: I xelaili l.1 Mary
Monday.rfrs. having been sent to them by the Chil- Pastor. coughing or expectorating of sucha have proper food and this must be the with a sigh of rd". r."It makes me
rI; drens' Aid of New York.
Society consumptive millions of germs are Bob's foot-
OBITUARY.Mr. most nourishing'possible. A great BO delightful to hear i
of 0., .. deposited and forthwith inhaled
] A. Steinecker Massilon by track"
deal of meat and
milk ,
eggs green
f is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. \ r. W. N. Murdaugh is clearing .other persons. I : I
.;,;.. C. P. Cason. away the charred remains of the City L. L. Sapp, Sr., died at his home I The danger of infected rooms is also : -- -'
., Hotel, and will immediately build, on it being the old family homestead, very great. Often the previous resi- ;
't" Mrs. 0. J. Griffin and children spent the same lot, a seven room frame on Wateroak, May 9, 1917, at the age dents were sick or coughed a great YOU ARE INVITED !
several days this week in Gainesville house, which will be occupied by him- of 56 years 2-months and 8 days. He deal and in such cases germs might '
visiting relatives. self and family.J. was born in Appling county Ga., near have been deposited in dark halls or

Blackshear and moved to this county rooms. There is danger too, in the
After a pleasant visit with relativesand I S. Elliott has rented his farm to when he was six years old. He had dry sweeping of rooms, for great TO EAT SUPPER

friends Mr. L. C. Ray left today G. G. Burrows, who lately moved to resided here ever since. In the year quantities of dust particles, which may
for his home in Dunedin.Get Starke from Arkansas. Mrs. Elliott 1886 he was married to Miss Susan contain the germs, are thus roused _
and daughter have gone back to their Crosby, and to that union was born and inhaled by the sweeper. WITH THEAMERICAN

you a safety deposit box in a former home in Pennsylvania. Mr. eight children, Mrs. Joel Alvarez Mrs. Often in the home the children are
fireproof vault for your papers and Elliott and son will remain here for Robt. Cone, Irs. James Wainwright, infected by relatives who have tuber- =

.valuables at the Bradford County Bank the'present.. Ellery, Susie, Green L., Rhoda G. and culosis fondling them or by carelessly RED CROSS.The

William. feeding them from spoons and plates f
Messrs. E. M. and G. W. Hazen, of Henry E. Freeman passed through He joined the Missionary Baptist used by them. The drinking of cow'smilk fI
Brooker, had business in Starke Mon- tarke Friday afternoon enroute from church about 1902 and has ever lived ,which has not been sterilized by I
day. Tampa to Ft McPherson, where he I I true to his belief. Even in death he boiling, is often the direct source of Finance Committee of the Starke Branch of North '
has made application to join the engineering I was reconciled to the will of the Mas this infection also. Cows like peoplt!
Mr. J. B. Parmenter and family, of corps to be sent to Franca ter. It is almost needless to make may be tuberculous, and if the milk Florida Chapter, American Red Cross, will serve supper on

t. Saxton, were shopping in Starke Sat,1' soon. He had been re-elected by the ,mention of his traits of character for from such a cow is used the germs are Saturday evening, May 19th., in the Futch Building :on Call
school board for another instructor established in his
it
year as was so everyday carried into the the
: urday.. I of sciences and athletic) coachin walk of life that the stranger at his lymphatics lodging system usually through around the street, starting at five-thirty o'clock. Price-Fifty cents. For ;

J ;' Hon. W. G. Seals came down from I the Senior High School Tampa but door could but say "There is a true roots of the lungs or in those to which children twenty-five cents. :
Tallahassee Saturday to transact some volunteered his services in the Euro- type of manhood and Christianity." the intestines are attached.It ,
i! busines sin Starke. pean war. Mrs. Freeman accompanied As a husband always"dutiful and is now known that tuberculosisis Tickets will be sold by the Camp Fire Girls and also may :
-1 : her son as far as Jacksonville. I careful to look after the wife and the not hereditary. The child is usual-
. be secured at anv of the following stores-
I ;; Garden hose just arrived, sold in home. As a father few men ever ly infected by the carelessness of the .

':; any length. Starke Hardware Co. SURVEYING SCHOOL DISTRICTS. spent more or were more devoted than parents or relatives after birth, not MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE J. M. ALVAREZ.
he to his family. In his communityhe
before. True, there are several instances ,
was always for the uplift and those I ROWAND'S RESTAURANT D. C. JONES.
1 C. J. Knight, a prominent citizen of County Superintendent Poppell and where whole families have died

the Lake Butler section, was in Starke H. E. Lagergren left Tuesday morn- things ment of that his would neighbors be ,for always the better-havingthe from the disease, yet each child caughtthe F. F. STUMP. MRS. C. A. KNIGHT.
", last Friday. to make measurements of the disease through someone's care-
ing
cial school tax districts of the county spe-- friendship love and confidence of ,lessness. However, in such cases where WILLS DRUG STORE. J. F. KICKLITER.J. .

l Niles Ray Dunedin, is visiting i at Mr. Poppell is under the impres- all. In his county and state he was the child's parents or grandparentswere W. WHITE & SON. N. STERNBERG. '
always counted that stood loyalto
as
one ,
Mrs. J. W. victims of tuberculosis has'
t the home of his aunt sion that there is more railroad mileage it |
White. in these districts than appears on all that was right and just. been found that the child has a low- And from any member of the Starke Branch of Red Cross. '
i __ Time and fail to make men-
the assessment made by the state space ered resistance to the disease, thus requiring -
tion of that could be said of his
all
} Mrs. M Cameron visiting her comptroller. It is to correct these errors I special' care to prevent acquiring -L
I
willingness to help his fellowman. Suffice it. THEREDCROSSNEEDSYOUJOHNS
,, daughter at Trilby. that the measurements are being I ,
it to say that all will miss him.
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taken. To prevent the dreaded disease
fl' I And we hereby extend our sympathy
j I M. D. Carter of the Wateroak section to the bereaved family quires little expense and if one is re-I')

/ was a visitor to Starke Thurs- LEWIS CAMPBELL.A A FRIEND. ly careful enough there is no necessity
\ I. day. I of having it at all. The old adage I
!to FURNITURE COMPANYStarke
says that "an ounce of prevention is
I
'
E.tlemons of Brooker transacting quiet wedding took place at the ) FAMILY AFFAIR: worth "
J. was a pound of cure. Why not pre-
home of Mr. T. J. Campbell the afternoon -
on
business in Starke Thursday.
vent tuberculosis by observing carefully Fla. ;
of May 10th when Mr. Mav- A Family Affair comedy ,
a very funny: a few rules of well living?
Messrs. T. R. and'T. J. Collins, of riel Lewis and Miss Monie Campbell in three acts. Time, two hours. In moving into houses or any work-

Brooker, were ,visitors to Starke became husband and wife, Rev. Col- Characters-Dan Gillespie, a good fellow shop where a consumptivejias lived or STOVES FURNITURE AND HARDWAREOffer k
Thursday. lins performing the ceremony. The whose imagination runs away with died never do it until the place has ,
newly wedded couple will go to lim. Jorkins Jobson, his gardener, a been thoroughly disinfected. This is I

.CoL and Mrs. D. E. Knight and chil- keeping at once. They have house-I high authority on potato bugs. Deacon 'easily done by the use of some disin- the unparalleled bargains while I
dren and Mrs. Kate Floyd motored to wishes for a happy married Smith,.who finds it difficult to be good fectant and by scrubbing with hot following :

Jacksonville and spent the day Tuesday wide circle of friends. I I under adverse circumstances. Sally carbolized soap suds and water. This last. :
Dan's good-hearted little cook who, must be followed by letting in sunlightand the goods I

BAPTIST CHURCH. unlike most women, can keep a secret. air for the disinfectant is not sufficient i
CoL and Mrs. D. E. Knight were Miss Camson, Dan's housekeeper, in to kill the germs.At CHAIRS STOVES -I

visitors to Lake Butler Friday, Mr. -- the matrimonial market, and means'i home or in the workshop allow no 1 1 lot Rockers $2.25 1 lot Stoves $UJO

Knight having been called over on bus- "Mother's Day" was appropriately I business. Louisiana, a dark brunetteon one, whether well or not, to spit on the Sale I Price ______ _uu_ SalePrlceu_ ______ ._ "
iness. observed last Sunday morning and in the war path. walls or floor. Neither occupy roomsor 1 lot Rockers; 1.lot Stoves :
the evening a "Father's Night" was This play will be presented at Pine any house when the windows and Sale Price-------------- $?.75 Sale Price------------- $9.75
Miss Annie Vivian Graham returned observed. On the whole we had a Level church, Friday night May 25, doors cannot allow a free of
after good day. At the close of the night 1917, for the benefit of the church. Be passage 1 lot Rockers $3.25 Hot Stoves frlfl 7R i
Raiford Tuesday,
to her home in IUilJ
sunlight and air. Furthermore
invitedto 8 o'clock. Admission see Sale Price-------------- Sale I Price___________ ___*
a two-weeks' visit with relatives in service everyone present was ginning promptly at that everything about the place is kept '
honor of father and 10 and 15 cents. Everybodycome lot Chairs 1 otstoves _
Starke. take a flower in sanitary and clean. Do not be afraidor 1 Dining 9Oc $12,50
mother. The decorations were simple and bring a friend.J. ashamed to use soap, water and Sale Price-------------- Sale Price__---------_-- 4

.Headquarters for Perfection and and beautiful.The scrubbing brush to accomplish the pur- 1 lot Dining Chairs i DRESSERS
$1.00
Puritan oil stoves. Starke HardwareCo. young people of the Baptist D. McALISTEK LECTURES AT pose. Sale Price-------------- i
church will give an informal social toeverybody METHODIST CHURCH. 1 lot Dressers $6.50 j.
.
The care of the body requires spe- 1 1 lot Dining Chairs Sale Price-------------
tennis $1.25
the court
on oppo- Monday evening a good audience cial attention. It should be rendered Sale Price______
lot Dressers
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hasson, of Delaware I site Col. Futch's home, on Friday greeted J. D. McAlister, of Tennessee, strong, healthy and capable of resistance uuuu 1 $8.50 )1.
___
There will be
week. Sale Price--
of this a ;
night
of Mr. and Mrs. J. REFRIGERATORS
are guests who is lecturing under the direction of by a supply of good wholesome
R. Davis at their. Kingsley summer table spread and all who come are ask- the Anti-Saloon League of America.The food, by regular habits, by avoidinglate I Refrigerators $12.50oxe5. 1 lot Dressers Clfl OR }i'

cottage. ed to bring a "simple" lunch. The different churches were well hours and dissipation, and by Sale Price_________ Sale Price_____u__ ____ will furnish the "light"refreshments. '
young people represented and the various choirs spending' as much rest time as possible Ice 1 lot Dressers 1,1C

Mr. T. R. Sweat of Jacksonville has the withus. furnished excellent music. Mrs. Barr in the open air and sunlight. The Sale Price, $4 to u_____.$13,50 Sale Price--------------S
I
been in Starke during the week on business Come and spend evening sang as a solo "For Molly and the lungs should never be cramped by I
and to visit his father Judge T. I Baby" touching temperance I 'Ice[ Cream Freezers flJC flrt WASH STANDS 4
a song. tight clothing or stooped shoulders.It $JiUUKITCHEN
Sale Price to_____ _
$2
W. Sweat. :Mr. McAlister's subject was "A Na- is quite harmless to associate with I -- 1 lot Wash Stands S4 50

TENNIS TOURNAMENT.A tion Going Dry," and he handled the the careful consumptive but avoid all I SATES Sale Price1 .-----___ --- f
Mrs. E. L. Odom and Master Cecil subject in an eloquent and forceful contact with the careless one. Kitchen Safes lot Wash Stands

Ritch, of St. Petersburg, are here visiting tennis tournament will be held at manner, telling many instances wherehe If the disease has been contracted Sale Price, $t )O to______ $l .flfl Sale Price__-_-______ ___ $8.25 4-
at the home of Mr. W. J. Epper-' the private court of J. E. Futch in was witness to the fact that prohi- the question is can the patient recover.In .

son and Mr. N. T. Ritch. Starke, beginning Tuesday afternoon bition had brought about great pros- the majority of instances where the We have a full line of Enamel Ware, Crockery 'and ]:
May 22nd, at 3 o'clock and will be perity. lIe stated that a careful inves- ,case is light it is curable and even i
Mr. E. E. Canova and family Mis continued each afternoon thereafter tigation shows that sixty thousand where the disease is more advancedit 'Glassware and the prices are low, considering the quality. +

Paul E. Canova and family and Mr. until all the matches shall be played. drunkards die annually but that we is in many instances also curable. Any time want a bargain, come and see us. These .; ,
and Mrs. William C. Powell, are Eleven competitors have entered and have a' bright hope of forever doing Much depends on the patient. Thereis you

spending a while at Kingsley lake. on the first day it is expected that all away with the liquor traffic as the a much greater chance for the one prices do not apply to our easy payment plan.
the matches in the first round will be proposed constitutional amendment is who, although the danger is great is S
Mrs. B. R. Witkovski returned to her played as follows: now before Congress, and the Houseof yet brave patient and cheerful than

home in Jacksonville last Saturday, J. L. Peek vs S. S. Dowling.Gus Representatives has already voted for the one who if the danger is less, JOHNS FURNITURE COMPANY j
after a visit at the home of Mr. and Beasley vs J. E. Futch. by a majority of eight in favor of its is weak, and despondent.The Iv I J
Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Harold Wall vs Allan Canova.In submission, and the Senate_ has given proper treatment of a tubercu-
the second round the following evidence that a majority of the mem-
i Mr. Lucian Wainright of Jacksonville matches will be played: bers would favor submission of the 1

spent several days here last weekat Gary Ennis vs J. F. Kickliter, Jr. amendment; and also from the fact I "
the home of his mother Mrs. F. D. Winner of Dowling-Peek match \"s that the vote in Congress shows that

Wainright.Mrs. winner of Beasley-Futch match. thirty out of the necessary thirty-six 'J'JI J

Winner Alvarez.N. of..iWall-Canova match vs states ment when stand submitted.ready to ratify the amend- \i HUL'L' Q Department .

W. P. Robinson returned to her Levy
home Jacksonville, Friday. She was Sternberg vs Raj Colley. k3 Store I !
The winner in this 'tournament will SUNDAY SCHOOL LECTURES. I
accompanied by Miss Eunice Robinson, '
1 who will spend several days visitingin have the right to challenge Mr. Clifford Miss Mary F. Price field secretaryof I
that city. Chancey the present holder of the State Sunday School Associa- 1 i
We Cash for Produce ;
Country Eggs
I the trophy as the champion of Starke. tion, will deliver two addresses on Sun- : pay ,
I The public generally will be wel- day school work in Starke next Sun- '
PRICE ADVANCED. of come at any or all the matches, and day. The first will be at the Baptist I Corn and Baled Hay. .
On account of the high price hogs
l of bf course, no admission will be charged. church at 11 a. m., and the second, at I
the Inter-State Vaccine Company,
Kansas City, Mo., announces an advance the Christian church at 7:30 p. m., N. B. HULL STARKE
I in the price of cholera serum when there will be a union service to FL4' J

and virus. The new price is 2% cents Tell it to the Telegraph and you tent which all church members and the _
Advertise public generally are invited. ..
Starke.
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" : UAISING SHORTHORNS IN THE ARMOUR HAS FAITH IN THE AMERICA CALLS FOR BIG GARDENS TWO PUMPS IN ONE. GROWING OF_ CROPS NOT r pans for this ::

r SOUTHEAST. SOUTH. FOOD CROPS AND I REMEDY FOR SITUATION bottom of the pan, LtthJVjJthereon T-:; ::

HEAVY FERTILIZATION. I B. Z. Matthews Bradford county's and pouring wafer around : :

: The Shorthorn, which is sometimes : Evidence of Armour & Company's efficient well driller, has invented quite JACKSONVILLE May 15.-Representatives them. The water must bi the 8a1l1e

'I called the "Universal Intruder," because > belief in the ability of the farmers ,of A great authority has said "every I la unique apparatus for obtaining two of various Florida boards of within temperature two as the jars. *.et it come-, :":::}:
inches
its adaptability to all sorts of the Southeast to grow live stock was nation fights on its belly" that is to |separate suctions of water from one trade are in Jacksonville in response jars, if of the ,ops of the ,
conditions, has made it the pioneer the opening of a one hundred and fifty' say no army can fight unless it is fed. well. Two pumps can be used in one to an invitation by the Jacksonville possible. Invert alpan or top .;'

I breed in most new stock-raising sections -:thousand dollar plant, employing one It is strong only in proportion its casing without one pump interferingwith Chamber of Commerce to discuss the over time the when pan of water. Bedin to count : .

has grown rapidly in popularity hundred and fifty men on November food supply. And the truth of this. the other. Mr. Matthews has food situation. Creation of a central boil the water is uu%1ing. Let .

'" in the Southeast, says W. A. Winburn 9, 1916. We were in the truest sense' statement finds emphatic illustrationn demonstrated this on a well at the L. body similar to the Florida Citrus Exchange steadily for the time :,equired i in -

( President of the Central of Georgia pioneering for there was no precedent. present international conditions. The i! A. Duncan home here. The work was for the marketing of produceof canning tent'1 beans, this time i. "intermit.: ,:.

railroad. Three years ago most of the to go by, says Thomas A. Connors of supreme test of endurance alike for done last week and both pumps are the state was one of the subjects three or one hour each da)1for two .,''
I pure-bred beef cattle which had been Armour & Co., of Chicago. It was the Germany and England is concerned not i I now doing business at a lively rate and under discussion, it being pointed out days. This is the sue war, acr ,

; imported to this section were of the first attempt of any of the so-called with men and munitions but with food. I, pumping water' as if two wells had that much grown on the farms goes to cording to the Koernrnen'for directions t':

f Hereford or Angus breed; probably 'large Western packers to open a pack- With war declared, therefore, and a I( been driven. One pump is in the yard waste annually, now, because of the clubs. But after talking with -.:.

i because most of the importers were ing plant in this territory, and to of- war in behalf of the sacred principles I':and the other fully 45 feet away on the lack of proper distribution and marketing ,beans women who have been tuttL| up -

I r. men of wealth who owned large plan1 j fcr farmers the incentive to grow live of liberty and democracy to which our I' back porch. Numbers of years ago methods. Those present declared for some years, I :am inclined (,

tations, cared nothing about the milking stock and more of it. When we say country is dedicated, every man who I'I Mr. Matthews, who is a genius worked the keynote of the situation had to try cooking steadily for two hours ""

qualities, and chose the other breed ''that its opening was the greatest thing rightly tills our soil may feel himselfas this out. He has used with success for been sounded by the creation of better at one time. I rive you both methods :

because they were reputed to be the .'that happened to the farmers and landowners surely a defender of the nation as I,several years and lately he has applied marketing facilities which would insure for your own choosing hd eI eri_ '

best rustlers. Now there are considerably -:l''I of the Southeast in their memory if he were fighting with musket, can- for a patent. The pump works on the' greater crops. It was the sense mentation. I

: more Shorthorns in the immediate -I we are merely reiterating their non or battleship says the Progressive "T" order and a separate pipe is let :i of the meeting that the growing of ': If you use the one hour raethod, fls.

territory served by the Central of sentiments as expressed to us. Farmer. But remember that we say, down in the casing below the water crops was not the remedy to be soughtbut ten the tops tightly on removing the

Georgia Railway than there are of all While a few have not yet been per- provided this farmer rightly tills the level and a pump attached to it. This the establishment of proper mar- pan from the stove, and when the seT l

other beef breeds. As yet however suaded that it is to their interest to .I soil. The cry of America today is for [pump has nothing to do with the regular keting methods. ;ond cooking is done unscivw the tops

there are comparatively no show herds sell their live stock on the open market food and feed and plenty of it. In all I pump working through the main half way or raise the damping wire

of Shorthorns in the territory because !! neyertheless they all agree that the other fighting countries of' the'earth casing. A number have looked over CANNING BEANS.So if glass tops. During the;procesahii

most of Shorthorns are owned by the Interstate Stockyards has greatly there is a deficiency of food, and the' pumps here and pronounce them the tops should he half fastened down .
farmers who bought them for the pur- increased the value of their land, and with untold thousands of men going to I working in fine order-Bradford County many ask about canning string ;and always immediately fastened down,
of the grade of their from American Times. beans in glass jars that it seems apro- tightly on
pose improving afforded them added incentive to increase war our farms Amer- I removing in &r that
native stock and desired simply animals their herds. The Interstate ican capacity for production will decline I The above is of unusual interest to pos to give a recpie here. This is from ';air may get in the jars. fte wbber nq,

q' of good breeding, caring little stockyards since its opening on the and both the demand for and the : Raiford people as Mr. Matthews applied Bulletin No. 81", on "Canning, Preserving -1:,are all on during the procming. !I

; about the fine points necessary to win first of November, has handled over prices of food are likely to exceed anything for his patent from Raiford and Pickling, co-operative extension The jars should be

,. in the show ring or having their animals twenty-three thousand hogs four we have yet known. ( this town will have the benefit of the work division of the department of the hot water as soon as removed possible from

in show shape. thousand cattle. and a few carloads of Patriotism and self interest alike advertising that always comes from agriculture Washington: ter the cooking is done an4 af.
The Shorthorns: have proved tneir and therefore should I invention. Sterlize jars by placing in vessels, placed oa
sheep goats. Most of these carload prevent over-planting j any ;a dry towel or cloth on sofce .
adaptability to this section and many lots have been received from the of cotton and tobacco and encouragethe The article in The Times might give side down, covering with cold water, the kitchen table 'or shelf,whe-e part of -

Shorthorn growers are becoming real "shippers" to this yard, whose policy heaviest possible production of the impression that these well heads bringing to a boil,.boiling 15 minutes. I draft can touch it to breakjt. no.

enthusiasts and are purchasing better j is to go around the country and buy up food crops in every Southern state. have been used publicly by Mr. Matthews Sterlize tops with jars. Sterlize the The .
canning of other vegJtableg
animals all the time, and it is certain the live stock and then sell it at a nice Soldiers can put up with worn or ragged for some time before the application rubbers Hby dropping for few minutes with and
that within a year or two the exhibits profit on the Interstate stockyards. We clothes but they die without food. for the patent and this would in i hot soda water. tic fruits or without syr.-p, is Pl'Iet

of home-raised Shorthorns at the'f I firmly believe that before long all the As some one has said, "You cannot debar the patentee from receiving a Select fresh tender beans. The club ally the same as the riiethod for"beans :
r Southeastern fairs will favorably darn breakfast slogan is "one hour from the field to except that the time for blanching .:
compare farmers will appreciate ,what it means your mend your dinner patent to his invention. As a matterof -
with those of other breeds. to have a daily cash market at hand or patch your supper." Food and fact the well at Lake Butler is the the can." The quicker you can get the and processing varies. j t -.

The territory of the Central of Georgia where they can conduct their business. feed crops must therefore continue relatively first well equipped with this device by i fruit or vegetable into the can after -..- '.
Railway is mentioned because the Our higher than cotton. Mr. I picking, the better will t. ;:
> faith in their business ability and Matthews, except for experimental your product :." .'
I
I agricultural department of that line sound judgment leads us to believe We are fortunate in that war comes purposes on his own work, and itis be. h.., .

has been encouraging the importation I that not only the "big fellow," but everyone while there is yet time to 'change our i through these experiments that he String the beans. Place in bag or The Beauty -*:*
: of pure-bred Shorthorns since May, will be shipping his stuff direct plans so as to make acreage conditionsfit has determined beyond doubt the feas- cloth and plunge in boiling hot water. Sefret. .

1914 and is entitled to credit for a fair from the farm instead of giving it to the plain mandates of the market ability of his im'l.'ntion.-Raiford Trib Leave from 3 to 8 minutes, according Ladies desirtthat ?,
share of the increase in the number of the speculator, and allowing him to aria of patriotism. No one knows how une. I I to quality of bean. Plunge in cold '" irresislible _. *

Shorthorns. This work was started make a middleman's profit. much it will cost to buy war-priced : -water to stop cooking. This processis rr charn -a good '":'

'c, 0 as a part of the effort to encourage the Encourages Improvement corn, meat and flour with which to i called "blanching" and it gives more .. comp I'\l courte J*'
;
The :
plain truth is that the Southern .JlJt
boys' club work by offering pure-bred make cotton, and the
The opening of our plant big only safe policy farmer must, because of the rising thorough cleaning, removes any strong \ they d o not shothm >
gave a
bulls as boys' club prizes; and the i is to make the farm first feed itself. ever odor or.flavor from -T\ ,
II Shorthorn breed were chosen because boost to the tick eradication movement We must have ample food and feed i prices in large measure, go without i improves texture certain vegetables, ; \ to know a beautifier: '::,
Formerly when the farmers sold their the foodstuffs he does insures a clearer liq /.i-/1' -. has *...
the best milkers of the beef breeds. crops and gardens twice'the usual not raise uor. been usejl so they .,.'
; While there may be chance for argu- cattle by the head there was little incentive We are also convinced that says the Progressive Farmer. Corn is f ?" buy a botde of f ;
j' : ment as to other breeds being better to do away with the ticks. Now tions justify the heaviest use of iZI.1 l locally quoted now at $1.60 a bushel Pack beans in jar. Add enough of ,;

, ( for the owner of a large plantationif that they can sell by the pound they l lizers the South has ever known. With. and oats at 90 cents, and $2 corn and boiling water to fill within 1-4 inch of
realize that every pound of flesh that, $1.25 oats and top. For pint cans add one-half level Magnolia Balm
$40 hay within six -
who wants to raise beef. cattle only, the exception of potash, prices of I ,
a steer loses from ticks is coming directly fer-1J! months need poonful of salt. If canning
, and cares nothing about milk, there tilizers have not advanced much J not surprise anyone. mrny jars
so LIQUID FACE POWDER
out of their pocket. Dr. Nigh- as :I Wheat has passed $2 a bushel and make brine of 2 1ounces of salt to jnd
i is for the
if. no chance argument on prop prices of the food may
bert, in charge of the tick eradication crops they help to I I g o to $3; hogs are $15 hundred 1 gallon water and pour this in the : use according to nimple iirtAmm. !mpio* :
osition that the average farmer of this produce; they are therefore relatively. a on | menl is noticed at once. Soothing, cooling ujlefretmng.
.r section who wants a cow that will department in Florida, is a splendid cheaper than usual. The aim of I foot and may go to $20 or $2;). People jars to cover beans. Always leave 1-4 I Heals Sunburn (top*T aA. 'i"

- ,. raise him a good blocky calf and also; representative of his department and I farmer should be to make every I who have to buy their foodstuff are already i inch for expansion. Pint Whit. Rou-Rti. .";il
c give a good account of herself at the typifies all that is best in the Department crop on every acre and to a maximum do this } suffering, and the situation will Now comes the "processing" of the 75c. at'Druk'f uj or It mail Jiixt ._j.

I f milk pail, considers the Shorthorn the: of Animal Husbandry. He believes heavy fertilization is necessary. Labor a I get worse before it gets better. "Food jars.j This is the real cooking of the Sample (either color) for 2c. SUunp. ":!'

i best breed. l that in three years Florida will L too will probably be higher-priced Feed and Fertilizer First" should be beans. Place jars in a water bath on I Lyon Mfg.Co.. 40 South Fifth St..RrooltlyaP4Y. _

. L ; A total of eighty-eight registered I be tick free and says that the men L than ever before in Southern history, the watchword. Have you made it a rack to avoid breaking. Use two dish I
who
f Shorthorn bulls has been given by the first opposed the movement are and we cannot afford to waste it yours ? ;
on a
.;- { Central of Georgia Railway as prizes; the ones who now are in favor of passing l low-yielding crop. It takes about as I

it! for boys' four-crop club contests dur i a tick eradication law. However, much labor to cultivate an acre mak. : BANK STATEMENT. I I GROWING HOGS.
- ing 1914. 1915 and 1916 and bulls he is following a course of persuasion i ing fifteen I Report of the condition of the Bank nf 1' .
are bushels of For to be
a hog
: rather than coercion. In this work the corn as to cultivate Stsrke at Starke in the State of Florida. at profitable he must
r. again offered as prizes for the one making fifty, or to cultivatean the close of business May 1. 1917. IP kept growing from birth to market- SGARMNSUPPLY
1917 contests of four-crop club of calf county agricultural agents are proving acre six ItaonrroBilU
r making hundred pounds of irg age. He cannot be
themselves invaluable. As receivable __________S.s.9R0 15 profitable Unless -
soon as -------
- f.. clubs. The importation of these bullsaroused the Southeast is tick free lint l cotton as one making two hundred. Overdrafts ---________.._______.____ 47345 he is healthy. He can always be
i ; a desire in farmers who saw it will be And because of high-priced labor there State. county and municipal bonds __ 4.000.0tI in a profit-producing condition if he YOU!
possible to bring in pure-bred bulls to Banking house furniture & is
, them Shorthorns fixtures 8.46$ 37
i to own themselves, improve the stock. Even will be more urgent need than ever be Other real estate __.. ____________ 200.00 fed 15.: A. Thomas' Hog Powder. We
and as a matter of accommodation the have today we fore for using modern labor-saving Due from incorporated banks -___"-- 15.251.14 I positively tell you that this remedy i4iliusiJi41llIPIijL
; agriculturists employed by the many examples of what a pure Checki and exchanges for clrannfc__ J.288.03
I have railway bull, not necessarily of registered stock machinery, owned either indivually or Cash on hand _____________________ 1.545.18 prevents cholera, removes worms and I
: personally selected pure-bred can do. A twenty months old steer cooperatively.Let I County warrants n.__._ .--...._. 1$65.21Total' L cures thumps. If the powder does not

I I i. who Shorthorns could not to fill afford orders the for'farmers expense of: weighing 1,040 pounds alive, and dress:, food and every feed Southern farmer aim at I I __o. .____________.. h J00.11963-I make good, we will. Sold by D. C. .: ?
;
bigger Jones Starke
crops gardens Liabilities Fla. May j '
ing 61 per cent in the beef, sold at 10 4111825.
, trips to Shorthorn breeding sections to heavy fertilization and ample use of Capital stock paid in --------------$15,000.0') J
; purchase for themselves, and have in : cents on the Jacksonville yards. It Smother modern and labor-saving tools and Surplus fund ---_____.___-_________ .3.000.00 ? _
was a Florida scrub and ma Undivided profits (less expenses and tJ ff'J t? '
this way shipped in, in carlots a to-I the sire Shorthorn bull. cow chinery. taxes paid! -.-..__.___.__________ 41644 I r. ,.
a Armour &
, tal of twenty-four cars since May, Individual deposits subject to check. 4,126.41i
: 1914. Company regret that there is not more HIRE YOUR OWN (i Time certificates of deposit ___n__. II.5i6.6R COFFINS CASKETS 1 GARDEN ;and FI ElD ; f
SOX.
this Notes and bills reriiscounted .
of stock to the 10.000) )1
coming market, I -- .
Such evidence as this encourages I And a full line ofUndertakers'
4 the prophecy that it will not be many and will gladly pay fancy prices for Farm life would prove attractive to Total -------------------------__$-)0.119.53 SEEDS
: until the Southeast is well-finished stuff. more boys the State of Florida. County of Bradford. ss. : Supplies I ;
years producing says University of:: j i I. T H. Hallian, ca'hier of the above named
its full share of the heel raised in the Hog raising has become a fad all I Florida extension division, if they had| bank. do solimnly 5Wur that the above- Always on hand. The best ser- ADAPTED t
-. I United States. through the Southeast. A farmer real an interest in the profits as well as in statement and belief.H true to the be"t of my knowledge vice at the lowest priced. Special I ESPECIALLY ;

i !. izes that he can raise a drove of hogS I the work of the farm. With plenty of I T. H. HA LUG AN. I attention to telegraph' orders.RegisteredEmbalmer A FOR 'YOUR STATE ..-
>: DESTROY ROBBER TREES. at a comparatively small figure. : work offered in the cities and work- j( Cashier I FREEOURINSTRUCriVECATALOO-- ;:f

i [ ___ I money turn-over is rapid. However, men there being drafted into the mili- J I day Subscribed of May. 1917.and Worn U before me this 17th -

. he has not yet come to the point of tary forces making additional vacan- D. E. KNIGHT. ; .
- i Many farmers make part of their keeping peanuts away from them. We des the son is not likely to look with Notary Public : AND WEEKLY PRICEUST' : '
labor ineffective by allowing trees and I1 Corl"l'Ctttl'St : DeWITT C. JONES .
l
. I want to go on'record and warn him favor on a chance to earn a mere liv I E. S. MATTHEWS. I SEND FOR THEM TO-MY
Suc'sr
bushes to close to G. C. ;
to their fences.
grow Livingston & Co
. i that every hog of good conformity that ing at home. A. H. FREEMAN, ;
. { This vegetation not only hurts the I has been peanut fed will bring anywhere If your son is a corn or pig-club boy I A. M. DARBY Directors. Starke, Fla. EAIIARTINEBul'JACKSOUViaE.FU.) j
in
plants of the fields .
I' parts by shading
from 2 to 4 cents under what the there is not much likelihood of his : ,

i-; them cultivated, but land the roots rob the running plants into of both the same hog would market for if he had 1 leaving the home farm in this time of I n..__ _. .L CLERK'S-. REPORT.. _Starke. __ May 1. 1917.nriwri I J & ..j
been corn fed. The packer will gladl; stress. If he is not enrolled as a memo oi me tier's 01 tne Circuit Court in !
| moisture and and for Bradford ---
nouri hment. n -
When County
fer- -
Florida -
pay the difference, for no one is anxious : ber of one of these clubs, give him a of taxes assessed for the 1916.on account I
1 year
is
r tilizer
- so scarce and high priced you to buy oily pork. small share in the livestock or in the I B. M. DOWLING. .
f cannot afford to waste it and
on pines
The Interstate crops already planted. Then Tax Collector. t It' <
. f oaks and myrtles. Therefore, cut down Stockyards at Jacksonville when the Count: Proper
offers a ready market to the books are balanced at the send of the I April 1. To bal due County Proper
i' all such growth when possible. If it I farmers of the Southeast. season, do not forget to Fund -----------_______________ 7535.43 IIIrmour ::
It
cannot be done, cut a deep and narrow restswith his pay the boy By amt collected --______._:. __- 1,74996May _
share
of
them whether they will developthe the profits. _
; I ditch along the fence, thereby cutting live stock industry. Sharing the profits with the chil- I 1, to bal due --.._____.______-_ 5785.47- -
off the roots of the wild growth. A Drainage
.
dren may- reduce the amount.m. to.- rn into April 1. to bal due County. nminmra.. Standardized FertilizerS 1
furrow :
deep run just inside the fence 'I I the parents savings, but you 0.n will'', Fund -----.---____________-__- _-_-- 3.433.37 !
t with a two horse plow will prove a' CALOMEL DYNAMITES have your children near will By amt collected : .__-..__._____-_?_ 839.70 !
you, they
f partial remedy. Roots too large for .
the plow should be cut off with an axe. I A SLUGGISH LIVER have could furnished have hired better and then labor if than you do May 1. to County bat due Road-.___-and---.Bridge____.._ 2.593.67 (This fa no time for experimenting: ret stm- :'*

r Sometimes scraggy pear or other they April 1. to bal due County Road and flardized Armour Fertilizers of
.
trees allowed want to leave, let them go. Probably 1 Uridjre Fund h_______________ proved cn-p- .,;
are to in the fields. 8.694.75
L grow Crashes Into Sour Bile, making. they will return after the novelty of I i By amt collected ..-___.___________ 2.019.19 making ability. We offer our compJeI.of t !? ,'
often
They
except are for the grateful absolutely shade valueless they afford You Sick and You Lose city life has worn off. i May' 1. to bal due --------______--__ 6.67556 long-lasting made from, soil-building fertilizers, seic''ifically i
I Outstanding Indebtedness Fund well known, standard n s. 'r- *
the tired worker. But this shade !, a Day's Work. PREPARING FOR (I April 1. to bal due Outstanding Indebtedneas ials, with but little
I. costs too much, both on account of the SCARCITY. Fund ---.___._________ 4437.18 change. Note especially:
\. space the trees actually occupy and because T. N. Kendrick, who makes a good I'By amt collected --------.__-----.- 1.0.6.90I our excellent formulas for Citrus trees. Corn .

they rob the plants around themof Calomel salivates! It's mercury living off his 6-acre farm in Western ,May 1. to bal due --- _____ and Sweet Potatoes. Get yours early-hut J
----- 3360.28
j ---
Calomel
sustenance. Cut down such trees i acts like dynamite on a slug- Starke, has determined not to buy at I i I County School read our free catalog booklet carefully first. I
gish liver. When calomel into i April 1, to bat due County School i
and use an umbrella. comes extravagant prices I I ,
anything that he'I Fund _. __ __ "
--- --
contact with --- ---- 16230.18
-
I sour bile it crashes .jntoit can raise himself. To that end he is j jliy amt collected ------.----.--.-_-_-_-_- 3,769.14
Line causing cramping and nausea.If careful not to be i Armour Fertilizer ..
to Be Remembered. you feel bilious, headachy lured by the high .May 1. to bal due ---.- ___.______ 12,461.04 Works j :
Is con- prices offered to sell
Today your day and mine; the more than he can I County Polls
only day we have; the day in whichwe stipated and all knocked out, just go spare and has, therefore, reserved April 1. to bal due County Polls .. 878.00 Jacksonville
a Fla.
play our part. What our part may to your druggist and get a 50 cent goodly lot of Irish potatoes for family By amt collected --_.-____________ 333.00 ;; ;

signify In the great" whole we may bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone whichis i USP. His string beans turned out well, May L to bal due ----.--____...__ 545.00
,
a harmless vegetable substitute for : but the best of the Total Sub School
beans
not understand bute he
; are here to canned for April 1, to bal due Total Sub School I
play it, and now is our time. This we dangerous calomel Take a spoonfuland home use. Last week he had tomatoes Fund ------.----.---__--_______ 6393.79 :
I know: It is a part of action not of if it doesn't start your liver and ready to eat, and he will can all of By amt collected ._u___._--_._____ 1,33242May !

; whining. It is a purt of lore, not straighten you up better and quicker this esculent that will be needed for 1. to bal due --. __________._ 5,061.37 HARDWA lE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS I
than
nasty calomel and without making I.
the Total
before Sub School
cynicism. It is for us to express love family a new crop comes in. Bonds

I -;- In terms of human helpfulness. This you sick, you just go back and get He has sweet corn ready for the table April Bonds 1. -to--bal--due----_Total__-___Sub____School__ Plows Cultivators Farm and
: we know for we have learned from your money.If and will put up in cans all the corn By-ami collected ----_._._.._.__ :: 5.:145.48 962.27 Macfiinery.Hardware

Had experience: that any other course you take calomel today you'll be needed for home consumption. Straw- May 1. to bal due _________....
sick and ---
nauseated tomorrow; besidesit berries, cucumbers in fact Fine 4.383.11 Field Fence
of life leads toward decay and \\uste. everything and ForfeiUrc Fund I
-David Starr Jordan. may salivate you, while if you take grown on the place will be preserved April 1. to bal due Fine and Forfei "

':c 4.-I. Dodson'a Liver Tone you will wake up by means of canning or drying and By ture amt Fund collected-------____--.___________ :: 3,377.88 JONES
ptjc1e4ieb14Days feeling great, full of ambition and only the surplus sold. He keeps hogs 807.67 HARDWARE STORE

You maW will refuel money if PAZOOINTMENT ready for work or play. It's harmless, I and chickens to eat what cannot be May 1. to bal due --.-.___________ 2570.21 : :
fells to core any cue of Itching., W. T.
and WEEKS.
pleasant safe to to
} j.4dagorFrotrudiIgPi1tIi56tOIidiYL give children; otherwise utilized and nothing is going Clerk. ;
TKint app catioD &iTtiB e jxlRe t. SOc: they like it. (18-4)1 Ia | to waste. (SEAU By R. A.Deputy WEEKS.Clerk. Starke, Fla. i ir'

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PAGE SEVEN


chairs, and aTT alT'sang in tremendous Tie Thither tia'ttai' 's baggaze had cae ISrm. -I-J ,
llgUt
captain's rTgnt a M shot ouf; :
chorus: a thud as of a maul on an empty wine been sent dI'C t frori the steamer. "Why, they give me plenty of time _

i't Inside iLe "Dcutschland. "iebaud; fleberaUesr butt and the Apache turned a half After a i-la.ss Wn|: Maitre Mouquereand to enjoy myself," he 8Ilswt'rrdth i ia J.

: somersault striking the cobbles with a half: h. ur's discussion; of the light laugh.! "They say in lXi2"1!

e e e the back of his head. WooJhouse day's great; : news Woodhouse pleaded "Nineteen thirty-two!" Dr. Ktjcb; !I'1'J

The night of July 2t(;. The scene is stooped, lifted the limp Capper from a tomb of the sun and went to his stepped lightly to the closed foMfug! f 1t

the table cluttered sidewalk before the the street stones and staggered with room. There Le remained until the doors trundled them back an inch'to i .r.

"LinesBgEARLDERR ,i. I I Cafe Pythcas. where the Cours St him to the lighted; avenue of the Can- gold of sunset !had fadt-.l from the assure himself nobody was in the wit 1 : '

Louis flings its night tide of idlers neblere, a block away. He hailed a mosque of Dinar's great dome and all Ing room then closed and locked tlvm. Ir'He I !

: into the broader stream of the Canne- late cruising! fiacre, propped Capper in the city from Pharos and its harbor I. did similarly by a hidden door'onthe '

t blare, Marseilles' Broadway-the white the seat and took his place beside him. hedge of mats to LIIc'kil winked opposite side of the room which =

l street of the great Provencal port "To La Vendee, Qua de la Frater- with lights. Tiu-n he took carriage to Woodhouse had not seen. After that

1 Around the news kiosk at the Cafe niter! Woodhouse ordered. the railroad station: ( and entrained, for he pulled a t-halr close to hl'i'ls t l'I .

Pytheas corner a constant stream ed The driver, wise la the ways of the Ramleb. What South Kensington! : is to and sat down, his knees almost touching :

died. Men snatched papers'from the city, asked no questions, but clucked 1 I London and tin Oranges are to New the other's. lie spoke very low in
4 DIGGERS; I I! pile, spread them before their facM to his crowbait. Woodhouse turnedto York. Ramieh is to \Iexondrla-the German. I

. ') 1 and blundered into their tcllow! pedestrians i make a quick examination of the suburb of homes. There pretty villas '.It your trouble is so serious that

'\' t nd' as they walked] hurled in the I unconscious man by his side. He feared lie in the lap of the delta's: greenery, you will die in 1932 I must, of ('Ounw.

inky columns. Now and again bal a stab wound. He found nothing skirted by canals.orhMJ by the winds examine you for-symptoms." ,

..g 20amT WELLS liked urchins came charging down the but a nasty cut on the head, made by off Abonkir bay and shaded by great For half a minute the two men looked .

_'. : BITCIHEr Cannebiere, waving shiuplaster extras brass knuckles. With the wine help- palms-the one beauty spot In all the fixedly: at each other. Wood house's

above their heads "L'Allemagne Ing, any sort of blow would have put hybrid. product of east and west that In right band went slowly to the big .

: s'arme! La Guerre vient!" Up from Capper out, he reflected. the present city of Alexandria. green scarab stuck In his cravat He ,j

- : the Qual marched a dozen sailors froma Woodhouse turned his back on the Remembering directions he had received pulled the pin oat turned It over In
.
Copyright. 19 i5, by (.k* Bobt -U rriU Co. torpedo boat, linked in Bt'rliu.'llO his and
,,7. '" arms so that bundle of clothes and reached for the
SYNOPSIS I t-hTe nunibef- ana oo tie''wblrln they almost spanned the Cannebiere malacca stick. Even in his coma its shaded streets until he paused beforea scarab to pop out of the gold barged!
safety. We have Their red tasseled caps were pushed it mid- stone gateway set Inn high wall On setting holding It. The bit of green
one man to draw owner grasped tenaciously at
.1 1 JUst previous to the outbreak of the Eu- their fire another back at cocky angles on their blackheads one of the pillars a small brass plate atone lay In the palm of his left hand
I ifopean war J.r.e Co.son, buyer for a New to accomplish the length. Without trying to disengage
t and as they marched they shout was inset. By the light of its back eijHjsod. In
the hollowed
York hous. meets a Captain Woodhouse deed. We'll let the English bag him the clasp Woodhouse gripped the wood ; a nearby
Kt a vain for l'arls. He tells her he la eu at Malta-a word placed in the right ed in time: "A Berlin! Hou-hour arc Woodhouse read the inscription back of the beetle was a small square

: route for Egnot. direction will fix that-and will The black shallow of war-the first near the crook of the handle with his on it, "En.il I:,,.'h, M. D., 32 Queen's of paper folded minutely This Wood- t

I Louisa! a spy, meets Billy Capper, an- >n to Alexandria to do the real you work.got hallucinations of the great madness- left hand, while with his right he applied -i. Terrace." house removed, unfolded and passed .

ether epy, ia Ucrl.n.; She promises him a "Good, good!! Woodhouse agreed. gripped Marseilles.For torsion above. The crook turnedon He threw I buck his shoulders with a to the physh'lan. The latter selzed'it t

job and. Th a <:11'ooJlOUs.a number :with the meets IVllhelmsuu'C. "The Wilhelmstrassp will give him a Captain Woodhouse Just in from hidden threads and came off In his sudden gesture, whieli might have been avidly, holding it close to his spectacled !
Louisa Berlin that cuing, all this swirling taken for that of about to make eyes and then spreading it against _
fend is observed by some American tour- number and send him on this missionon hand. An exploring forefinger in the a man j

lets Henry Sherman. ..... and f.unllv. my recommendation. I had that assurance excitement bad but an incidental inter exposed hollow end of the cane encountered a plunge, nnd ram, the licll. The heavywooden the light ns if to read a secret water- i
est. lIe sat alone by of the little mark. A smile struggled throng'-, the ;
orchestra before ever I met the fellow one a rolled wisp of paper. gate, lilliui: nil the space of
was
booming
The the chorus the a ragtime of tonight. They-the !big people-know iron tables before the Cafe Pytheas Woodhouse pocketed this, substituted the nrl'h.I opened' by n tall Nnnii- Jungle of his beard lie found Wood

and on stage little Capper's reputation and sipping his )boo, and from time to time in its place a thin clean\ sheet torn dan in hotisi livery! of w lute. He nod- house's hand and grasped it warmly.
Garden as a
Winter came plunging to
the matter of fact I think his eyes carelessly: I followed the eddy- from a cardcase memorandum. then ded an atlirinathe to Woodbouse'ii "Your symptom tallies with my jliag. -f,
they
convinced
footlights, all in line, their blacklegs are
. the kicking out from the skirts like he's a little less dangerous Ing of the swarm about the news kiosk. screwed the crook on the sti t-k down question and led the way through an nosis-lflSLY' he l began: rapidly. 'JFive

spindles in some marvelous working for the Wilhelmstrasse than Always his attention would come baca, on the secret receptacle. By the light avenue of tlaniin:: hiliNcns to a house days ago we'heard from the Wllielm-

thrusting of stagecraft They screechedthe against It. At Malta the arrest-the however, to center on the thin shoulders of a match he assured him.-cf: the paper set far ba k mod heavy shadow of strasse you would come. We hats expected .
engine of a man sitting fifteen-or twenty acacias On hand gardens you each day DOW Already we
were
of firing squad at-dawn-and the Englishare he bad taken from the cane was PUTJ ,
final line a Germanized coon
.. convinced feet away with a wine cooler by his what he wanted. rank foliaiio!: .slnittinz: off this walled have got word through to our friendsat
the cymbals clanged! "Zam-in-m! they've nipped some-
,
song sIde. lie {'fmhlnut see the face of the "Larceny from the yard from the street and neighboring Gibraltar of the plan. They are
and folk about the clustered tables pat- thing big in the bud, whereas they'veonly person-gollty, "
wine drinker. He did not want to. dwellln Tlie ln-.t\.v closed behind waiting! for you. .
tered applause. Captain Woodhouse, put out of the way a dangerouslittle he murmured with a wry smile of dis >: gate *
All he cared to do was to keep those the ti-itur with liarp "Good! Woodhouse commented lie
a
taste. "But assault
weasel who's -unpremeditated. snap.
ready to bite
table by himself, pulled a wafer any
at a hand that feeds him." thin shoulders always in sight. Each The conveyance trundled down a long One ml;.:ut li.aesii.l that Dr. Koch was busy refolding the thin slip of paper I
from his
watch waistcoat
gf a pocket time the solicitous waiter renewed the that had been his talisman and fit .
spit of stone and stopped by the side lived In prettye tic i isolation.Woodliosisc .
at its face and looked back at Woodhouse's level glance never left
glanced ting it into he back of the scurab.
bottle in the wine cooler Captain |sliun j.to
v .is small
of a black hull spotted with round n
the rococo entrance arches, through the eyes of the woman called Louisa. "Woodhouse is already at the Hotel
It Woodhouse nodded grimly, as a doc- eyes of light. The driver, scenting n room off the n.iiiu !lull, by its! furnishings
the late comers were streaming. was alert, appraising."But .
which Khedive saw his
; name on the
tor might when he recognized the and position e\i I tip, h'llledrood house lift Capper to
. <: "Henry Sherman, do you think Kitty if there should be some slip- of fever in .. register when I landed from the (''1stl,.
symptoms advancing for tini' to/'x
a pa The
?
patients. .
the and him
ground against '
.i ought to see .hIs sort of thing? It's up at Malta, he Interjected; "if somehow i tient. I I prop a this morning." Now the captain, was ,
Nuuildlan Ixiucil and l .
disappeared.
bulkhead. A bos'n, summoned from
--. positively Indecent this-Capper should get throughto talking in familiar German.:
-" So for two days, from Berlin acrossto Le Vendee ,by the cabby's shrill whistle Alone. WOO.HIOHSV "rose and strolled 1 j
Tho high pitched nasal complaintcame Alexandria wouldn't that make It "Quite sit" Dr. Koch put in. "Wood.
Paris, and now on this third day heard Woodhouse's explanationwith aimlessly about(, the room. Hipped' the
1. from a table a little to the tight. somewhat embarrassing for me? house came down from Wpdy Ualfa
here in the Mediterranean Wood- of niairazincs the table
port. covers : on picked
synlptahy."Occasionally
of the one where Woodhouse was sit- "Not at all, my dear Woodhouse," yesterday. Our man up there had advised -
house had kept ever in sight those thin m'sieu the up sad hefieil 1 tin bronze Buddhaon 7
-
yes ; passengers
t ting. she caught him up; with a little pat on of the time of his arrival !Mexandrla -
shoulders and that trembling hand be- from Marseilles have these the onyx 111:11111.! imti-d. with a careless -
fJ "There, there, mother! Now, don'tgo his hand. "Ills instructions will be re- to the minute. The captain has! '
yond the constantly crooking elbow- Rlan-. I he po-ition of the two
at psutinx. he commented
grets gravely
; taking all the Joy outa life just because only to report to So-and-so at Alexan- ; his ticket for the Princess Mary, which
not pleasant task. He had to windows in relation i the entrance
a come "
accepting the ticket Woodhouse
you're seeing something that dria. He will not have the slightest sails for ciltralt'if; day after tom< loathe and abominate the wrin- door and the f !Miir doors now shut
' very had rummaged from the unconscious : "
notion what work do .
; would make the minister back In Ke- he Is to there. :
kles in the back of that shiny coat. man's wallet: and a crinkled note from which doubtless ;_ave "n the consulta- ,
. waive roll his eyes In horror. You can slip in unsuspected by the No. UWl' listened to Dr. KocbV outlining
But a very necessary duty It was for Woodhou c't the feet tion rOtu.s lu was regarding: these
Up gangplank,
English and the trick will be turned.
;. Out of the tail of- his eye Woodhouse of the plot with set features. f"
Captain Woodhouse to shadow Mr. first, went the new agent of the Wil doors! they I'ni'e.l!' 10-1:. and u short ,
wherein For minute Woodhouse sat watch- hli showed
could see the family group a Only eyes that he was ;;
until the right moment thickset D1 III, ulili a heavy mane of
Billy Capper who called himself
The
: Mrs. Grundy had sat down to make a Ing the cavortings of a dancer on the helmstrasse. one acutely alive to every detail. Said he: I 1
should arrive. They had downon iron hair ami bias k brush of
come
in his gray
majesty's signal
"captain
? fourth. A blocky little man with a stage. Finally he put a question Judiciously "But Woodhouse-this British. captain i r
the same express together from service" returned to his hotel. beard, stood! bet l> *\ecu! them. He lookedat
: and bald head whose who's fro"ii
red face a pinky : being transferred! the J
Paris. Woodhouse had observed Capper Wooilliou.se I tlniHiu'ii: thick lensed I
At dawn La Vendee cleared the harbor
3 clothes looked as if they had been "The whole scheme then Is"- Nile country to the Rock-has.he. ever f
when be checked his baggage, a Alexandria 'IllInlta., !bearing glasse, wbii-Ii ja\v to hi.'are a curiously i
\
< whipsawed out of the bolt; a comfortably "This," she nn wrl'l'\llJul'kly. "Cap served there before? If he b3sjwby, !
stout matron wearing a bonnet tain WoodlioiiM: '-the real Woodhouse.you single shoddy handbag, for La Vendee, a very sick Billy Capper\ to his destiny. Intent lienl. when I get there-when I amCpptatnWoodhouse :
French line with the ")1)" ofli'-i\ hlllll's1'," from 2: to 4 aft ,
the ship sailing; Five hours later the Cattle liner Cas- "
i which even to the untutored masculine know-is to be transferred from of the signal servlcfr will t
dawn nest morning Alexandria and noons." pr Ko.']b '-.1 il. Ho spoke In
for the via Alexandria
tle Claire, Cape' : -
; eye betrayed: its provincialism; his I'Tt''l.Ut'I.t\ I1t Wady Haifa: on be embarrassed If I do not knew the
Port Said via' Malta. Capper bad and t Suez direct sailed out of the English l but his I-j'I"",1!II nits burred bya "
j a slim slip of a girl of about nineteen the Nile, to iliraltar. TrintVr is to ropes. S '
; with a face lika a choir( boy's-the I be mmouiwvd the regular:: way within squared his account at the Hotel .\1- old port, union; !her passengers a Cap slight lii'aU'T. in iie! aspirates "Seven years ago WoodhousjTa< ,
f I lees de Meilhan, for the most part a tain Wo. lhull-e" remlni-cciit of \hi"\ 1,1"1 ilicr tongue. The .
the American tourists whosi> '
were there for
short time
a w'ek.S a invuilicr of the signal : a very Dr; Koch .
t had Woodbouse's bill for aliMnUi frappes, after dinner doctor did mt :, k Woodiiouse to enter
voices attracted at
service he will have access to the explained. "New governor nlncx- thenchange's
that aught and now enjoying the the iisirt.it'iii; room but continued
was
i tention. He played an amused eavesdropper signal tower on the rock when he takes CHAPTER IV. all around In the l'el"nnel
all the more interested because his new post, and that, ns you know, night life Marseilles in antkipatlou :stuiidiii lictHccn the folding of the staff, I don't doubt. YouM have
: they were Americans and since evidently of carrying direct to the 32 Queen's Terrace. doors, stai-ii,;: lixulHlaoii'h];" hs! thick no trouble."

i a certain day on the Calais-Paris express will"Very le'ery important important.!'' Woodhouse echoed steamer with him as bits farewell from iUST before the Castle Claire lenses. Silence between them for a minute,
bottled of raised the breakwater: of Alexandria "I know thai. .Imfr\ Woodhouse
France all of the laughter
a week or so gone: had bad reason [J] broken by the captain.
to be interested In all Americans. dryly. her peasant girls he could accommo- came a wireless, which began apoUveiieajiy.: following thephysldIII' "Onr friend at Gib-who aro they,
"This Woodhouse arrives in Alexandria was posted at the head of the l aid
|Tear his
taping tongue
"Henry, I tell you he does look like and how will I know them?"
to await the steamer from Suez date.Woodhouse saloon companionway' :
Albert Downs-the living image!" This; who watched, noted only The doctor bent a sudden gla>ice of
to Gib. lie has no friends there-that Germany declares war on Rus la. German -
from the woman, sotto voce. one peculiarity In Capper's conduct. suspicion upon the lean face before
much we know. Three men of the Wil flying column reported moving
"Sh, mother! What would Albert helmstrasse are waiting there whose The drinker nursed his stick, a plain, through Luxemburg oa Belgium. him. Ills thick lips clapped toletberstuLbornlJ' ;
; Downs be doing: in Berlin?" crook handled malacca, with a tender- .
e business it is to see that the real Wood- The fire was set to the grain.
!i "Well Kitty they curiosity almost maternal. It never left "Aba dear friend ask-
say once house does not take the boat for Gib. ness Upon landing Captain Woodhouse'sfirst my you are
killed a cat, but I'm going to have a They expect a man from Berlin to his hands. Once when Capper droppedit business was to go to a hotel on ing questions: lit my time at Berlin

better look. I'd swear"- come to them bearing a number from and the waiter made to prop the the Grand square which Is the favorite the Wilhelmstrasse taught that all orders

Woodhouse was slightly startled the Wilhelmstrasse-the man who is stick against a nearby chair the little stopping place of officers coming down and information came from above

when he saw the woman from America to impersonate Woodhouse and as such spy leaped to his feet and snatchedthe from the Nile country. lie fought his -and from there only. Why""I -.
utilize the clumsy subterfuge of a cane away with a growl There- through the predatory hordes of suppose in default of other Information
the
take his place in the garrison on way
dropped handkerchief to step into a Rock. There are two others of the after he propped his chin on the handle yelling donkey boys and obsequious I may ask the governor to point

position whence she could look at his Wilhelmstrasse at Gibraltar already. only removing this guard when he dragomans at the door and enteredthe out the Wilhelmstrasse men," Wood-

face squarely. Also he was annoyed.He had to tip his head back for another palm shaded court which servedas house answered, with a shrug. "I was
the
They too are eagerly awaiting ar
did not care to be stared at under draft of champagne. office and lounge. Woodhouse told at Berlin I would learn all that
rival of 'Woodhouse' from Alexandria.
any circumstances, particularly at this Eleven o'clock came. Capper rose for second behind screen was necessary to me as I went along;
paused a a
Capper with a number will start from )
time. The alert and curious lady saw Berlin ,for Alexandria., Capper will from the table and looked owlIshly of palm leaves: and cast "a quick eye therefore I supposed"

; his flush of annoyance, flushed herself about him. Woodhouse quickly turned around the court. None of the loungers "Come, comer"! Dr. Koch patted the i _
arrive in Alexandria. You will. "
and her husband and never absorbedin "My office hours are from 2 to 4. other's shoulder with .
Joined daughter. his back to the man and was there was known to him. He strodeto a heavy Joviality."So
"Well if I didn't know Downs When looked will. When Gib
Albert the passing strollers. he the desk. to English. "lut. you see in a case you you arrive at
had a livery business which he couldn't back Capper was slowly anda put at the Hotel
again -\h, sir, a room with bath overlooking like mine I have to intrude'was up Splcndide.ctnd you
well leave," floated back the hoarse little unsteadily making his way the gardens on the north side- "haf" and "iudniile" as Woodhouse will not be long learning who your R

whisper, "I'd say that was him setting around the corner into the Canneblere. very coot" The Ureek clerk behind raTe these words"because I could friends are. I, for Instance, did not

right there in that chair." I Woodhouse followed, sauntering. Cap the desk smiled a welcome. not be here during jour office bouts.You hesitate overmuch to recognize you,

"Come, mother, bedtime and afterin t. per began a dilatory exploration of the "Perbai." Woxlhouse answered will pardon':" and I am under the eyes of tee English -

Berlin" was the oldcentleman'a ad various cafes along the white street. shortly, 11M he turned the register Dr. Koch's eyes widened Just percep- here at every turn even though I
monition. Woodhouse heard their re His general course was toward the am a naturalized English citizen-and
around to read the names of the recent tibly at the hint of a 'ermanlc: strainin
treating footsteps and laughed in spite city's slums about the QuaL Wood- comers. On the first page he his visitor's siwb-just a hint of undoubted loyalty.! He finished

of his temporary chagrin at the Amer- 4 r 1 house, dawdling about tree boxes and found nothing to Interest: him, but quickly glossed over. lint still he remained with a booming laugh.

ican woman's curiosity. He was just dodging into shadows by black door- among the arrivals o,' the day: beforehe standing; in his former attitude "But Woodhouse-you Lave arranged

reaching for his watch a second time ways, found his quarry easy to trail, saw this entry: "1'. Woodhonse, dt annoyance. a way to have him drop out of :#

when a quick step sounded on the and he knew that each of Capper's sojourns Capt. SIg. Service; Wady IJ1Ifa.Ct.. "Was the sun then too hot to her sight before the Princess Mart sails? .

travel behind him. He turned. A wo- in an oasis put a period to the er it was entered the room number- mit you to come to my house during There will be no confusion, no elip-upt" e

nan of ripe beauty had her hand oat- length of the pursuit. The time for regular office hours? At nights I see "Do not fear," the physician reas-

stretched in welcome. She was the him to act drew appreciably nearer 210.Woodhouse read light over the name no batlents-bositively none." sured. "Everything: will liE arranged.His .

one Billy Capper had called Louisa .....\0" with every tipping of that restless el- and turned another \page a bit Impa- "The SUn-IK'I'bal's. Woodhouse replied baggage will leave the Hotel Khedive 1
Captain Woodhouse rose and grasped for the dock tomorrow nigh' bat
bow.Midnight tiently. This he scanned with seeming guardedly. "Hut as I happenedjust
t her hand warmly. found them down in the eagerness, while the clerk stood to arrive today from Marseillesand It will not reach the! dock. Yours '- t. t
"Ah! So good of I've been etr sail- "Will 1* awaiting the transfer of
you reek and welter of the dives and with
Capper will not arrive in Alexandria. pen poised. your name was strongly recommended -
r pectin- You will" ors' frolic grounds. Now the trailer I "Um! When is the first bolt out for to me us one to consult in a tags at the Cap de Liberte Mojqnere's
;" "Yes; I'm late. I could not come ear found his task more difficult, Inasmuchas Gibraltar?" Woodhouse asked. case such as mine" I Uttle place" the captain finished. "But

Ile!." Salutation and answer were in "With a number-the number expected not only his quarry, but he himself, "Well, sir, the I'rlnce.sIary Is due "Where was my name recommendedto the man himself-you're not thinking

:German fluently spoken on the part of ?" the wan asked. was marked by the wolves. Dancesin to sail at dawn day after tomorrow," you and by whom?" Dr. Koch Interrupted of mur"- ; ,

;, each. "If you are clever en route-yes, smoke wreathed rooms slackened the Greek answered Judiciously. "She in sudden interest. "My dear lf 32," Dr. Koch Interrupted -

& Too will not be followed Wood- she answered, with a smile. "Wine, when Capper lurched in, found a seat is reported at Port Said today; but of I. Woodhouse looked at him steadily. lifting protesting bands, "we do

-oj house asked, assisting her to alt She remember, Is Billy Capper's best friend and ordered a drink; dock rats drew course, the war"- Woodhouse turned "In Berlin-and by a friend of yours," not use any such crude methods They

: laughed shortly. -and worst enemy." aside and consulted Ind hispers. When away. he answered. are extremely dangerous. The real +

V "Hardly, when a bottle of champagne "Then I will bear from you as to the Capper retreated from an evil dive on "But you wish a room sir-nice "Indeed r The doctor stepped back Captain Woodhouse will not leave i'

}J I limy rival The man will be well entertained time and route of departure for Alexandria the very edge of the Qua, Woodhouse, room with bath, overlooking" from the doors and motioned his visitor Alexandria-by sea, let ns say-for

-too well" ?" waiting by the doors, saw that he "No." into the consultation room. many months, although I hare to j

-r'' "I have been thinking" Woodhoose "To the very hour, yes. And now, was not the only shadower. Close "You expected to find a friend, "So a friend-a frl'nlln Berlin told aoubt be will not be found In Alexandria -

? continued gravely, "that a place hardly dear friend" against the dead walls flanking the then?" you to consult me, eu? Berlin Is along the hour the Princess Mary! sails. t

as public as this would have been Interruption came suddenly from the narrow pavement a slinking figure "Not here" Woodhouse returned way from Itamieb e:>|x>cialy! in The papers he 'arrle8-the papers of

better for our meeting. Perhaps"- ttage. The manager, In shirt sleeves twisted and writhed after the drunk- brusquely and passed out Into the these times. Greater physicians thanI identity and of transfer: from Wady
"You fear the English agents? Pah! and with hair wildly rumpled over his ard, now spread eagling all over the blinding square. live in Berlin. Why"- Haifa to Gibraltar 111 be in your

They have ears for keyholes only: they eyes, came prancing out from the street. He strode swiftly around the statueof "My friend In Berlin told me you hands in plenty of time. You"

.. do not expect t6 use them in a place wings; lIe held up a pudgy hand to Woodhouse quickened his pace on Mehemet All and plunged Into the were the only physician who could The doctor stopped abruptly. A hid

where there is light and plenty of peo. check the orchestra. Hundreds about the opposite sidewalk. The street was bedlam crowd filling a side street help me In my peculiar trouble." Imperceptibly .I den electric buzzer somewhere In the .
} pie You know their clumsiness." the tables in gust of excitement closely shadowed room clucking! alt-m
rose a one lined with warehouses, their With sure sense of direction he threaded the accenting of the aspirates was uu
Woodhoose nodded. His eyes traveled of questioning wonder. shuttered windows the only eyes. the narrow alleyways and bystreets In Woodhoiise's speech grew more Koch pressed a button iit the side o!

slowly over the bold beauty of the wo "Herren!r' The stage manager's bel- Capper dropped his stick, laboriously until he had come to the higher part of marked; his volte took on a'throaty the operating chair. There was a sound

man's face. low carried to the farthest arches of halted and started to go back for It. the mongrel city, near the Rosetta character. ton>' some specialists my beyond closed doors of home .ne passing

CHAPTER III. the Winter Garden.: "News Just pub- That Instant the shadow against the ;ate. There be turned into a little life even has I 11''t'n set to end in a cer- through a hallway; the front d.r

Billy Capper at Play. lished by the geueral staff: Russia has walls detached itself and darted for French hotel, situated far from the tain year, to sure i< fate for those af- opened and closed.Continued .

HE man Capper will do for mobilized five divisions on the frontierof the victim. Wcodhonse leaped to the disordered puke of the city's heart A flicted like myself."

the stalking horse-a willing East Prussia and Gallcla! cobbles and gained Capper's side Just sort of pension It was, known only 'to "So? What year is it, then, you ( Next Week.) rIik

] nag," went on the woman Not a sound save the sharp catchingof as he dropped like a sack of rags under the occasional discriminating tourist. ile?" Dr. Koch's strangelydetached;
in across breath over allthe acre of tables. a blow from the dock ra '" fist. Maitre, Mon luere was proud of the
half those
a whisper eyes- eves of glass glowing; !dimly -
The table. "You know the ways of Then the stage manager nodded to the "Son of a pis: : This is my meat; you anonymity his house preserved and abhorred in the shadow-seemed to flicker The Becinse QutefaM of its nat tonic Does aDd luttive Hot Affect effect.The LAKA-Haiti c

the Wilhelmstrasse. Capper is what orchestra leader, and in a fury the clear out:" The humped black beetle poor, driven Cook's slaves tu palely with a light all their own. Captain TIDE BJt0MO QUININE better tfcjnordinsr- I

*e call 'the target: The EnglisbTsus- brass mouths began to bray. Men ef a man straddling the sprawling Capper he would a plague. In his Cap de LJ- Woodhouse, sitting under the dazing Quinine id iiid head.does Kememtxt not cease the ncrv lull>uir nun"i a o<>;i

l>cct him. The! / will uttcbhimL_ ]' Climbed oa table..tope, jQ en.stood on wbipi' .I a knife from his girdle berte one was lost to all the world of white spray of the shaded incandescent Jock for the licst'.ure ofW.. cxov : ..

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK FLORIDA. FRIDAY- MAY U. Ul'l



Mr. H. Rosenberg and son and Mr. ]'sonville'I were visiting relatives in Law- I I ture happiness. CAMP FINE GIRLS ATTHEATRE
'' I Lawrence, their pastor, presented -
visitors to 'tey the first part of last week. Rev.
Fritz Townsend were ; <
Gainesvillee last Monday. I IMr. I Mr. John S. Andrews has joined the I I them with a beautiful booklet >- ,';\:
where all the guests signed -y !
tJeo. M. Richard took his little automobile He recently pur- certificate,
gang.
r County News Items 1 daughter, Polly, to Jacksonville last chased a Ford from Rev. W. L: Over- :,: their names as a memento of the hap- I'Girls For, on the last}benefit of t'ie Canai-Sx* i
occasion. Friday
Tuesday to have her treated.Mr. street. I i I py tveising,
eyes I '
i' I I Carl Whidden, of Raiford, was Rev. W. F. LaRowe, of the Hampeon 1[ The bride was beautifully gowned i!son gave twenty-five pi. cent lfr.Lt of! :

'a visitor here last Saturday. Christian church, preached at the i in white and the groom wore conventional I J"door receipts, and this org ,

latcrcstlnj Facts Gathered During the Week by Our !I I Master Axon Sapp, of Palmetto is I(;I Lawtey Town Hall last Thursday and I I black. I I varied the usual movie ironT' *1"*

Refular Correspondents. i ir [visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. [: Friday evenings. I i.'ic.songs, readings and fitttZnnS!%&*

iI. J. R. Terrell and brother, Frank Sapp. I I Mr. James Goodfellow came up fromFort | F. N. ANDREWS RELEASED.i '' ,
I Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Guthrie left this : flyers: and spent Sunday with i I I Mrs. E. JI. Johns, Guardian
for El Texas. this family here. I'I Camp led the girls of..
---- I morning Paso They I defaulting i j' !n the front
in Lake Butler of-Mrs. : were accompanied as' far as ,Jacksonville I Mrs James Dees, of Maxville, is the j F. N. Andrews, county stage where they sang 'It is of tie-
Sunday guests I I T'1lJIe
PALESTINE. j of her Mrs. treasurer, has served out the sentence Every Boy to Be
l Mr. and Mrs. C J. by her father and mother Mr. (,guest this week sister a SoUier"} :,
Taylor's All'
parents :
I .
) 'of one in the state penitentiary i dressed in white
Knight. and Mrs. W. C. Townsend, T. J. Town- i Henry Dees year mdidy.white .auitsW
Mr. N. H. Hurst made a business Mr. Jchn P. Coffin, of Johnstown, send, W. J. Townsend and Mrs. H. L. j I Mr. J. B. Dowling, of Lake Butler imposed on him by the circuit court in :;!.i and blue hair rMns rea,_
c ; Wed- and .
in Starke
t trip to Lake Butler last Thursday. I was in town Monday. Sprinkle., (I was a business visitor to Lawtey Tues- : May, 1916, and arrived i: tied a U. S. flag. ThJ$
of Sheriff Epperson. tnnnber
i t Mr. Leon Rivers of Lake Butler, I Miss Helen Nauright, who has been Mrs. S. S. Proctor is visiting; her jday.Mr. nesday in charge I II i: with prolonged applause, as A

i l made a fishing trip to Palestine lake attending school in Lake City, returned daughter, Mrs. Dekle, this week. I J. W. Andrews, of Starke, was The sentence of the court was that !!:of the flag touched a ttsponsive the -

1 last Thursday. I' to her home in Raiford Friday. transacting business in Lawtey Tues- Andrews serve a year in the state penitentiary j i i I i in the hearts of all loyal 1 to their

I : Mr. W. B. Brannen made a business I Rev. W. F. LaRowe, of Starke, spent Mothers' EXt'rcitl'S.Iothers' :'day.Mr. ( and then in default of the I! try. Mrs. E. M. Johns gave
trip to Lake Butler Saturday after- Sunday in Raiford preaching at the Day E. E. Burney and family were payment of a fine of $290 and costs I ing an :
reading
entitled
:\ Day was observed at the visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. the county.in his case that :Saint Peter
I Christian church in the morning and Methodist church last I i incurred by the Gate. Misses Anjia if
noon.Mrs.. Steve Brannen and her son, Mr. evening, and at the State Farm in the Sunday morn- J. D. McAIister, of Tennessee, he serve a year in the county chain Cleo Mitchell Canova
with and )I i
i ing appropriate interesting noted lecturer will lec- and costs foot sang ry and 1
Ben Brannen, were visiting friends and afternoon.Mr. I a temperance gang. The fine up to which
they
exercises. The church
: relatives in Palestine Sunday after- R. B. Roberts and two attractive I decorated, and each and was prettily ture Friday evening at Grace M. E. $845. 4. He has five days in whichto .core. Miss Marie receive a heartJ ea.'
boy girl Luiigston
worea
I church. The subject is, "A Nation Go- the
; noon. arrange payment. accoa.
little daughters of Wortb 1l ton, were "
{ I i i Mr. Daniel Hurst motored over to visiting relatives in Raiford Sunday. white flower for "m ther. ing Dry" The temperance workers Sheriff Epperson went with him I panied by Miss Anna cUon.nafc.,
I i Lawtey Sunday. A large and appreciative audience :I 6f the United States have been work- : Wednesday afternoon to see relatives a charming violin! sole. fter whiAT

We regret to report that little Pen- enjoyed the following program: ing faithfully under many difficultiesfor from whom he hopes to receive assist- girls sang as a chorit "The IriQ

4 sie Hurst is on the sick list this week. HAMPTON.Samuel Opening" Hymn, "Jesus, Saviour Pilot many years for this end. Theyare II ance in raising the money to pay the Your Eye," with Mrs.= ?. F. Canota. la'r.

me. gainging round every day, and fine and costs. accompanist. .

LONG BRIDGE. D. Turner, of Leaksville, Prayer Recitation-II. "Only Blake. One Mother. have made up their minds that theywill The Camp Fire Gnlsiare arra,

M iss., is visiting his sister, Mrs. C.-E. Harold Priester. l not cease their efforts until they a very pleasing enterta|anent of '.
} Harper this week. hove accomplished this purpose and Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up SystemThe ic and tableaus to !loe given in -- f
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Sapp and little Dr. W. E. Middleton motored to Chorus", "Wear a White Blossom For Wp believe that the time is near when Old Standard general strengthening tonic. two weeks. In the ae& issue abOl. r
t vis Mother. tnp States will be GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drive.out Qf the '}
son, of Worthington Springs, Jacksonville Wednesday. United a prohibition Telegraph will appear
Recitation "The Mother MalariaenricheathelloodandbuildanDthe iys- a t
,
ited Mrs. Sapp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robin" country. Go out and hear the lec- I .... ., comp,
Charley Cameron of Starke, was a Jessie Mae Colson. I A true tonic. For liilts .od*hiMten. SOc. program.
; S. C. Crews, Saturday. business visitor here Tuesday.J. ,ture. Everybody invited. I' I
Exercise "The .
Love .
in Mother'sHeart"Four
is i Mr. R. F. Merritt business A beautiful home thaton r 'J
: was a B. Prevatt was a visitor here Sunday I wedding was l
; ,/o' visitor to Starke last Wednesday. the guest of his brother, V. R. girls. last Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clockat \: "
: ,f Those who attended the fish at Story, "The Mother of Samuel"Mary the home of t
fry Prevatt. }Ir. and Mrs. S. B. '

": :.f :1\ the steel bridge last Saturday were Hampton has been playing checkers I I Exercise Leila Bible Honiker. I,Futch about one mile west of Lawtey, do so many P
Messrs. R. F. Merritt S. C. Crews M. verses with flowers when their Miss Ches- :
this week, and many have taken their and |I' daughter, Rosa Wh
: J. Sapp, P. B. Crews, Pierce Crews, "move;" John E. Simmons has movedto I Recitation song. 1,ser, was united in marriage to Mr.I Y

;i Grover Sapp, I. .L. Merritt, Ernest'I' Jasper; J. C. Hagan has moved to Padgett., "Just Like Mother"Henrietta ;I Otis Green in the presence of quite a people go to ,;

'I' Williams, Stafford Crews, MesdamesS. the Perry Johns cottage; J. B. StudWilliams- Exercise I large! number of relatives: and friends. I -
C. Crews, R. F. Merritt, Grover still has moved to the A. M. "Mothers \len"-Boys'l'Re,'. L. C. Futch, of the Vanderbilt : :
Class.
I Sapp I. L. Merritt Misses Myrtle Williams cottage; C. A. Stephens has moved to Exercise section, preformed the ceremony. The i the j
"The
I Lena Merritt, Ida Merritt Ma Bible Mothers"Friendship left for Jacksonville I I i iI
'1. the Adams home on East Main: street, Girls' young couple on
bel Crews, Pearl Johns, Maude Crews, and several more "moves" are in sight. Solo and Chorus Class. 'the afternoon train; where they will I Andrews Mercantile Coitipany T
i
Miss
Kendall
Anna May Johns. All reported a fine D. W. Moore and A. L. Sullivan, I',Girls' Friendship Class. and reside for the present. Their friends I
1 time.Mr. with their families, attended church here wish them a long life of happi- t '
:, Jasper Tison was a business visitor service here Sunday.Rev. Talk, "Our Iothers"-Dr. Kendall. ,ness and prosperity. II : at the Brick Store? J tf,I

to Lake Butler Thursday. H. E. Ridenour filled his regu Have Closing in Jesus.Song", "What a Friend We I :'!rs. Roy G. Hunter of Lake City : ., :

j, Mr. L. 0. Wester, of Jacksonville, i is lar appointments here Saturday and I I is a guest this week at the home of I ''I : : f''

the guest of his sister, Mrs. I. L. Mer- Sunday. Much of the Sunday evening M". and Mrs. Thos. E. Adams. I

; ; i I --ritt, this week. service was devoted to "practical LAWTEY. : :Messrs. L. H: Hill and A. M. Blanchard The reason is to see all the new goods. They are ,
'
: NEW RIVER.Mr. Christianity.Rev. J. McAIister" 'of Tennessee, 'I Jacksonville were Wednesday.transacting business in i i, certainly well worth seeing. i

delivered a lecture at the Methodist Mrs. A. M. Blanchard is in-Jackson- I Rev. C. W. Crooke, of the Anti-Sa i
church Tuesday evening on the Tem ville this week as the guest ,of her :loon League, was a visitor to Lawtey I You can get anything that you call for there and '

,; W. M. Parker was a business perance subject, which surpassed any daughter, Mrs. J. B. Dye. ,[:last Sunday. I EVERY THING is GOOD too '

i visitor to Lake Butler last Saturdayafternoon. thing ever delivered here on that sub ,, Mr. R. B. Collins, of Pulaski, Tenn., I I II : I

; ject. His discussion was practical l I, I I I is visiting relatives and friends i in 'I i, i They sell FLOUR at a CLOSE price and try to .!
Mrs. A. Newberry, of Gainesville, helpful and his suggestions made Lawtey this week. 1'eeptes-Ilatnts. I I
were I'
J, spent last week with her daughter,. from a business standpoint. I I Col. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke and I On the evening of the 9th of May I'' i keep in stock what the farming people use. .
: Mrs. E. Linnon. I,I the guests of the bride began to arrive
David Jones has purchased a new family, were visitors to Lawtey last i Among other things BACON SUGAR RICE
at the Methodist ,;
Mr. M. J. Sapp attended church at Thursday. I i, parsonage, where as I' ? ,
'
Pindertown last Ford.W. 'the clock struck eight, the bride and HAY OATS and I -
SWEET
Sunday. FEED.
B. Alexander spent a part of the Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville, I I I
!' Mr. W. E. Yarborough, of Raiford, present week here with his family, af-I i I\vai the guest of relatives in Lawtey groom escorted by the bridesmaid and i I i_ ,

: day.was a business visitor here last Tues ter an extensive business trip south i in ::last Thursday. "the I I and Mr.groomsman.Arthur Sapp Miss, entered Corrie the Mathis room 1 j iI : They carry a line of STETSON hats and th:'> BEST
the interests of his firm. Misses Clara and
Pearl
Mr. S. N. Hurst Bennett were I:prepared for them. After beautiful i it I : suits made. I
I spent last Saturday Mrs. W. II. Jones of Jacksonville, shopping in Starke Friday. a j .
in Jacksonville. spent the week-end with her :Mr. Geo. L. solo rendered by Mrs. Louis Young,
i i sister Massey, of Starke, was I '
Miss Mae McKinney of Lake Butler Mrs. Middleton. transacting business in Lawtey last Miss Margaret Lawrence played the I I All kinds of DRESS GOODS, SILKS MIDDY -
attended church at New River last :wedding march, to the strains of which
Mr. Ernest of Jacksonville
Dowling Saturday.
,the : BLOUSES. All kinds of HARDWARE 3ndJF '
Sunday. wedding party marched to the al- I / ARM
.\ spent Sunday here the guest of his :\.rs. L. E. Roberts of Starke spentse.eral :
: : t Messrs. Jesse Thomas and Clyde sister, Mrs. Middleton. Ernest has enlisted days with relatives in Lawtey i tar. Under a white rose arch they I i IMPLEMENTS. 'j'!
Parker attended the union meeting at in the country's service and is ,last week. i were met by the minister, Rev. T. B.
, Pine Level last Lawrence, and he spoke the words that i I J
Sunday, and from there
stationed at the training camp at )Ir. 0. L. Thomas and little son, J. I I '
they drove to Sampson City. Black Point. C., of solemnly united in holy wedlock, DON'T MISS
Crawford spent from Friday to I I SEEING THE NEW S STOCK
Mr. E. Starling Peeples and Ola Mathis.
Linnon
was transacting business i Mrs. Eva Birt of Louise, is spending Sunday with friends in Lawtey. -
in Jacksonville last Saturday. the week-end here the guest of Mr. Felix Long, of Starke, representing I!i After the greetings by the large I OF HATS }
Mr. Geo. Dekle Faircloth and Miss her mother, Mrs. Nimmo.Dr. the W. B. Johnson Grocery i number of invited guests, light refreshments I
Aimee Green of Lake Butler, visitors were served by the hostess .
were J. 0. Haynes, of Starke, spent Company of Jacksonville, was transacting
Mrs.
here last Sunday. Sunday here, the guest of his mother. business in Lawtey last Friday. Lawrence. The evening was spentin .:.

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns spent last We areg lad to note that W. E. Hamilton Justice B. D. Kelly of Raiford, ''was singing and pleasant conversation Andrews
until the Mercantile
Sunday in Starke. midnight train arrived when Company
who has bee nvery sick, is able a business visitor to Lawtey last'Fri-
The New River the newly wedded pair were.escorted
Sunday school has to be up again. day. .
changed their time from 10:30 in the Mrs. Annie to the station by their friends and departed -l
E. Young is home
again Mr. Enoch Griffis was a visitor to for Fort II Raiford Fla.
morning until 3:30 Meade.
in the
: afternoon. after an extensive visit at Lizella, Ga. Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr. l I .
The I
friends &
Everybody come. A. A. McDonald of both bride and groom
Miss Willie was a business visitor J. E. Wilson was transacting join in cordial and lL .
Mae sincere
Welch spent last to Jacksonville congratu- j
during the week. business _
week at Pine Level. R. T. Kennedy, of Lake Geneva wasa Miss Jessie in Jacksonville Griffis returned last Friday.home l lations and best wishes for their fu- II 1 i -_- _
Mr. on
Willie .
Williams of Lake Butler .
pleasant visitor here
Wednesday. last .
: Wednesday, after spending about
spent last Sunday at New River. '
\ two weeks with relatives and friends <

t 1 LAKE BUTLER.Miss at St. 'etersburg and Plant City. IwtftnfLruuwuU1iuuwwLtrWN. : i

:' RAIFORD. Mr. James Gill of Hamlet S. C.,

t .vas a guest at the home of Mr. and T. R1TCH, Prel. W. T. Week. Vice Prea. Ca.hiea
J. H. RIlCH
Maud Powell was a visitor to Mrs. H. C. Peace last Saturday. 1
W. A. Bailey, who is in the employ Starke last :Monday. She was the Rev. W. L. Overstreet filled his .
regular -
of A. D. Andrews in Raiford spent guest of Mrs. R. R. Hoffman her cou appointment at the Alachua
Sunday with his family in Lake But sin. Baptist -
church last
Saturday and Sunday.
: ler.Mesdames Mrs. E. Groover and daughter, Rev. Thomas Stark preached at the Bradford County

:, Jones and H.W.G. Stone W. Farnell made; Clifford Mrs. J. E. Smith returned to their j i I Grace M. E. church last Sunday even Bank-I

: Starke a trip to home in Jacksonville Monday. They ing to large and interested congregation.
Monday in Mrs. Farnell's
the
car. were guests of Mrs. Avery G. .
Messrs. Fred Sapp and Lonnie Powell while here. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lowery visited Bradford County's Financial

'Thompson, formerly of this place, who Mr. Sidney Padgett, of Gainesville.returned relatives and friends at Glen St. Marys Stronghold. 1

;. are now working in Jacksonville, spent home Monday,.after visiting last Saturday and Sunday. i

Sunday here. his parents Mr. and Mrs J. D. Pa dDirs.. A. Rosenberg and little .
.' S.Mrs.C. A. F. Cranford, of Charleston, gett. Pauline, of,Alachua visited daughter Law-- Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank '
'who has been .
visiting her Mr. and Mrs. B. B.
- parents Hopson of'tey last Thursday.Mr. .
; Mr. and Mrs. L. Sapp, for some Starke were visitors here last Fri E. L. Crews was transacting at close of business May 1st 1917.
time, left Tuesday for her home.
Mf rs. day. business in Jacksonville last

j Cranford's sister, little -Miss Marion, Mr. J. R. Chastain was a visitor to Mr. Earl Whitten of Raiford Saturday.was 1

accompanied her. Lake City last Sunday. j visiting friends in Lawtey last Sun- RESOURSES. LIABILITIES'Capital
> Mr. I I
Ernest (
Wells, of
Lawtey spent Mr. and Mrs. Sam Singer visited
Loans and
< '. and Sunday friends.in Raiford visiting relatives Lake City this week. They went to'day.Mrs.. J. D. Randall and Mrs. A. A. Bradford Discounts $152,740.32 Stock paid in $25,000.00 f
attend a very elaburat entertainment Smith County School Warrants 272QZ.07
: J. H. Collins were in Gainesville the first Surplus fund 10/)00.00
of Worthington wasa given by Mr. and Mrs. Max Town of Starke !
a business Burman. part of the week in the interest of the Bonds 2,000,00 Undivided
visitor here profits less 6076.85
Monday. paid
They expense
report having a most pleasanttime. Federated Woman's Clubs.
Messrs. J. E. Byrd, S. T. Dowling, Banking house Furniture and Fixtures 21118.34 Cashiers checks
19.15
( Mr. Ernest Wells spent Sunday with outstanding 1 II|l {
W. C. Whitten Ovid Brooks and Dr. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Mann and Mr. relatives and friends in Raiford. All other Real estate owned 5861.50 Deposits .-
W. 238-507.69;
; W.
Farnell spent Monday in Jacksonille. J. S. Howard of Dukes were called lit Over-drafts
to A. Rosenberg secured and
t' spent Sunday with unsecured 418.73 .....
.t, the bedside of Mr. Howard's mother his family at Raiford.
: Mr. John Crews, of Lake Butler, in Donald, Ga., last week. We are Ir. H. R. Mahoney, of Jacksonville Cash on hand and in Banks 71.362.23 J. _

.. spent Sunday in Raiford, the guest of sr'ad to hear Mrs. Howard is some bet- ,
was a guest at the home of Mr. and TOTAL -
his sister Mrs. D. C. Cason. $$280,703 .
t S. J. Register of ter.The i Mrs. li. D. Randall last Sunday. TOTAL 280703.69;. '
f business visitor Elarbee was a Christian Endeavor society held I Misses Mattie and Mary Stalsby
here '
Saturday. a business meeting and social at the were visiting
relatives
in Starke
;t Mrs. J.-T. Lewis is visiting relatives residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baijley 'day. Tues-. Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transactionof
at Mt. Dora this week.S. i
last I
B. Stevens .I Saturday night. Those present Miss Zulime Cleckley of Fort Pierce business is offered
of Lake
Butler was Misses by Absolute
us.
were Evelyn Bennett, Ruth is spending a few days here as the safety, perfect convenience,
here business .
on
Friday.D. Coffin, Lily Floyd, Inez Crabb, Belle I Ito jrx'st: of Miss :Myrtie Sapp. prompt service all
Linnon was a business visitor Richard Thelma are afforded by this Bank.
Bailey, Lily Hilton, I Mrs. H. C. Peace and children re you

- Starke B. J.Saturday.Rosier of the and Messrs. Hubert Bennett Elmer] turned home last Monday from Anthony Your account is cordially invited and ot:
Rosier assured
Bridge; Adkins, George Coffin, Warren Coffin, I where they spent several you are our
section, was in town Saturday. William Tomlinson days best
attention
John'Tomlinson, with relatives. at all times.Bradford .t
Mr. Charlie Sapp of Lawtey, wasa II. Tomlinson Frank A.
J.
Boyle. Re I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry were visit- .
business visitor here
Saturday. freshments
were served and many ing relatives in Fort White last Sun-
Mr. Henry Redding, of Flat Ford, games played. An enjoyable eveningwas i
,
was in town Saturday. spent. day.Mr.. and Mrs. A. A. Smith
vis
Mr. Charles McClennon and family, The Christian Endeavor society hold fling relatives d were
_' Kingsley lake last Bank
of Vanderbilt were in town.Saturday.Mr. their regular meetings each Sundayat Sunday. County

and Mrs. L. H. Futch spent the the Christian church. The society Mrs. James Hannan
came from
over
4 week-end at Pine ?Level,, visiting is rapidly increasing in number and a Jacksonville and spent
Sunday
friends. great deal of interest i is manifested their home in East at Bradford
r Mr. Geo. 0. Jacobs of the. Citizens. Mrs. J. C. Jones was a visitor to lit H. D. Randall Lawtey.was County's Financial Stronghold.

Bank, spent Sunday with his family in Jacksonville last Tuesday. business in Jacksonville last transacting .

Lake City. Editor Avery G. Powell was in the Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Adams Monday.and Starke 1
Sheriff Lyle of Suwann county i county seat last Monday.Mr. children visited relatives Florida.
at Middle-
was: here on business Sunday.Mr. I Ray Wilson was a visitor to burg last Sunday. .
and Mrs. L. C. Taylor spent Starke last Sunday. Mr. i - - .
Mrs.
r I t I and Jchn Teston *f Jactc- - -

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