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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 25, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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-VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1917. NUMBER. 47. ..

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i TUESDAY, JUNE 5th, IS REGISTRATION DAY



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'rt t PERSHING %WILL HEAD FIRST ARMY I i I C... > $3,342,300,1 '1

All Males Who Have Reached Twenty- I ,!,. FREE HOG CHOLERA LTALLAHASSEE SERUM. *'\


I First Birthday and Have Not Reached TO EUROPE; 40,000 EXPEDITION i I +*, Unless Governor-- -,Catts May vetoes 22.- .*J>> WAR BUDGET;

Their Thirty-first Birthday Must '* House Bill No. 362 by Mr. Walker o.?'
+ of Wakulla, $100,000 will be expended -r
PASSES SENATE
Under Roosevelt's Offer of Two Divis- 4. from the funds of the v' Ir
Register For Army Service, ANOTHER COTTON GINNERY FOR 41 state board of health during the <<' : ,.
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STARKE. ions Refused-Expect to '$ next two years to provide free l!
Terms of Selective Draft Law. 4' hog cholera serum to. the stock. <'
Have There in Sept. FUNDS WILL BE AVAILABLEFOR 'f
Army .
S. R. Johns, of Hampton, and 0. J. $ raisers of the state. The Senate Griffin, of Starke, have formed a co '!' today passed the House bill carrying 4' MILITARY PURPOSES
partnership and will at once begin the EVERY BRANCH OF NATIONAL an appropriation of $50,000 4' -
erection of a cotton ginnery on the vacant ,?' for two from the '*>
p per year years
FAILURE TO REGISTER WILL BEPUNISHEDBYHMPRISONMENT lot adjoining the ice factory, hav- DEFENSE TO HAVE PART f funds of the state health board, 4' 750000.000 IS INCLUDED FOR A

ing bought the lot from W. L. Wall, $. and the measure is expected to
who lately purchased it from M. L. TEDDY DISSOLVES ORGANIZATION $ reach the Governor Wednesday BRANCH GETS 300000000.;
'; Johns. They will install a modern gin- G for his consideration. &
HE PLANNED TO LEAD-
. ning plant and will buy cotton exten- Q According to report approxi-
\ sively throughout Bradford and ad- ASKS MEN TO JOIN THE REGULAR 4'< mately $50,000 was spent by the A WASHINGTON, May .-The Ad-
I joining counties.Mr. ARMY-GENERAL PER & state board of health during the .?* ministration's initial war budget, increased I
S Johns of the firm, for 0- in 3> to total of $3,342,300,000: by
new was past year providing serum under a 1
i-i'w.. T. Weeks, Clerk of the Court, W. J. Epperson many years a merchant and cotton SUING TO LEAVE IN ADVANCE. ';> the old law G the addition of $750,000,000 for the

;-. buyer at Hampton and enjoys a wide +? 4' merchant fleet construction program, I'
Sheriff and Dr. J. P. Tomlinson County
reputation as an enterprising and up- WASHINGTON, May 19.-All three + + passed the Senate today without a roll

Physician Constitute Board of Registration right business man. Captain Griffinis arms of the mass fighting forces-the call. It was sent immediately to con-
f one of Starke's best citizens. and marine ; Blackberries are plentiful now and ference and is expected to. be ready : ,
l In This County-District Registrars Appointed The establishment of this new gin- .army will be, navy represented in the carps--saon war zones. huckleberries are found where the, within a week for President- Wilson's : -
nery in addition to the one already With American destroyers already woods were not burned off. Boys not. signature, making milli(" immediate-- : ;
In Each Voting Precinct. owned and operated by J. F, Canova, combatting the U-boat menace in Eu otherwise engaged should save the ber, ly available for the urgent needs of t h

.1; who enjoys a wide popularity among ropean waters and army regulars con- ries from waste. t h.j ji ii'fI1REEMILLIONDOLLARFIRESWEPT f,
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cotton growers, will make Starke"once centrating to the flag to the bat I .
:j proclamation of President Wilson acting under the law cot- carry -- -- :- I'
By I more one of the leading sea island tle lines in Belgium and France, a regi-

{t lately passed by Congress, Tuesday, June 5th, has been set I ton Starke markets formerly of the handled state. cotton from ment of marines was designated force todayto and 't *,$

( ,apart as registration day for all male persons in the United all over Bradford county and from all round join out the the expeditionary nation's representation V*

. States subject to service in the army under the provisions of the so of again the adjoining next fall.counties.. It will do. on the field. the li
The marines will be attached to
{ .selective draft law army division under General: Pershing,

Under the provisions of the law every male person who has STATE PRISON which is under orders to proceed I
abroad as soon as practicable. POURED OUT THE BOOZE. -
!i} reached his twenty-first birthday and has not passed his thirty- Although details are not being made One Life Lost and Many Injured I: hz"',

l- first birthday must register public, it was calculated_ tonight that in Costly Blaze That Vis- Fifty-six pints of "Ct-eam of Ken-
; FARM LANDS ON with the marine regiment the total tucky" recently seized b7. the sheriff'soffice

f' This includes every race, Caucasian, African, Mongolian American force now designated for ited Georgia City Monday. was poured out Court street flI
land service in Europe is close to 40- adjoining the county court house Tues-
It includes blind diseased Men married with -
crippled or I
f 000. An division ,
THE TAX BOOKS army at war strength WOMAN DIES FROM SHOC'KOF day. The whiskey was seized after
f..: other dependents must register comprises about 25,000 men and up- the "quart a month" law went into effect -
*" wards of 12,000 are expected to be in SEEING HOME BURN and it was destroyed. pursuant to:1;:,
t Men who have applied for enlistment in the Army, Navy, the nine volunteer regiments of engi- an order made by Judd Wills of the -

. Marine Corps or other branches of military service and who SENATOR ANDREWS BILL neers now being recruited. The forestry FLAMES SWEPT THROUGH RESI- circuit court. In anticipation of the -f.'
regiment and marine regiment'each event it is said that several dry ones ;:
1 f j: Have been rejected for physical or other disabilities are not exempted HAS PASSED BOTH HOUSES will number more than 1,000. The DENCE SECTION DESTROYING had secured sponges to (hop the liquid .

\ from registration They must report themselves strength of the naval force in Euro- EVERYTHING-DYNAMITE US- up, but the sheriff stole a march on
BRADFORD'S REPRESENTATIVES. pean waters has not been revealed. them and poured it out whrn they were
Failure to register is punishable a jail sentence No alternative General Pershing and his staff will' ED AFTEIJ FIREMEN FROM six not looking
PUT UP GOOD FIGHT FOR
of fine is allowed sail for Europe ahead of the troops, as NEARBY CITIES FAILED. -!:. tHIGH
r. PASSAGE OF BILL. there is much to be done on the other SCHOOL
i The names of men registering will be made public and any side to pave the way for final trainingof -' ___FACULTY. ?
the force and for the huge army the ATLANTA, Ga., May 21.-Fire that The trustees of Stark School
1-f : one knowing of a man of the designated ages who has not reg- TALLAHASSEE, May 22.-The United States is preparing to pour swept through approximately seventyfive have selected the faculty- High ar the 1917-

, istered is called upon to report the fact House this afternoon passed the Sen- across the seas after it as rapidly as blocks in the residence section of 18 term as follows: Sj S. Dowling,
ate Bill No. 3, providing that the landsof
Atlanta from Decatur
men can be trained and equipped.For I street north and Misses
principal Sunoli and
' Furthermore sheriffs and officers the state prison farm in Bradford ; Vaughn
police are required to obvious reasons, no informationas northeastward to Ponce de Leon ave Dell Stroman, high scho county shall be restored to the tax to the time of the American com nue today caused a loss that Mayor I Mr. E. C. Warren of
see that all men within the ages mentioned present themselves principal gram-
books of that county for the purpose of manders departure or the destinationwill Candler tonight estimated at $3,000- Miss Emm4 Mrs.
mar grades Darby
' for registration and to arrest those who do not register. After taxation. be made public. When Rear-Ad 000. One woman, Mrs. Bessie Hodges, Ella Kate Stuck; Mrs. jj; C. Poppell,
When the bill came up it was strongly miral Sims, commanding the destroyerforce died from the shock of seeing her home to be Miss :
the date of registration these officers are empowered to require assigned; Olive Ray, pri
opposed by Mr. Sholtz, of Volusia was sent on his important mis- burn, and sixty were treated for minor mary grade.
;. .persons subject to registration to exhibit their registration cards county. He called attention to the sion, the first word of his errand came hurts.
fact that this was state property regardless from London after his arrival there. From 2,500 to homes FOR
3,000 were destroyed SENT UP : .
it.. and on failure to make proof that they have registered to arrest of the size of the farm or the When General Pershing leaves, ev- according to Mayor Candler, :

and sent them to jail. extent of the improvements, and declared ery detail of the organization and the and others who toured the litteredzone Jesse Williams, a young white man,
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that the taxation. of state equipment of his will have been around. the burned
prop- troops district late was lodged, in the county jail Thurs-
a The law is so constructed that violators are almost sure to erty was a bad precedent to set. worked out. He will know exactly tonight. The homes ranged from flim- day afternoon to serve a sentence of 30

ji' be found out and the result of violations will be a jail sentence, :Mr. Crews of Bradford, in reply to what preparations must be made and sy negro cabins to handsome residences days imposed on him by Justice G. W.
this, became more spirited than at any what use is to be made of his division. along Ponce De Leon valued at Lewis, of Brooker. He was brought to
followed by service in the army. other time during the present session.He Presumably he will have wide discre- $10,000 or more each. Many homes in town by Constable C. M. Shaw.
said the gentleman from Volusia tionary powers to co-operate with commanders this beautiful residence section were Williams was charged with stealingtwo
i In Bradford County the Registration Board will be
composed knows a whole lot. about bad precedent.He of the French, British and destroyed by dynamite, which finally turkeys belonging to G. H. Fowl
" of W. T. Weeks, clerk of the court, W. J, Epperson, sheriff, was mighty nice as long as he wan- Belgian forces. conquered the flames after the fire department er. Williams had beenf employed on
ted to get the Turnbull county bill aided by fire-fighters from the 'farm of F B. Johns, near New
and J.. P, Tomlinson, county physician, This board will have through. He told me he would. vote. for. Will Not Use Roosevelt's Volunteers. half a dozen nearby cities, had failed. River station. His story of the affair

general supervision over the registration and make full reports this bill. Now that he has lost the Washington, May 19.-President The burned area was guarded is that the turkeys woe destroyingthe
Turnbull bill he finds this wouldbe
to the War at have been county Wilson will not use the authorization throughout the night by Georgia crops on the farm and that he shut
Department Washington. Registrars bad
iI a precedent. He ought to blame given in the war bill Guardsmen and members of the officers them up to stop this! but when he

,;' appointed for each voting precinct in the county and they will that Senator bill.Alexander This farm for had the reduced failure'of tax him last night, which army would signed permit by I reserve. training camp at Fort moved from the Johns farm last Sat-
McPherson urday to farm in the Wateroak section !
have the booths in the several of the valuations in Bradford and Colonel Roosevelt to raise a volunteer a -
registration open precincts county was expedition service in France. In Local police early in the night turn- north of Starke, he removed the s-

f' county, at the customary voting places, from 7 o'clock' a, Ill, to growing farmers of crops that in county.competition He could with the see an announcement to this effect the ed guard duty over to Colonel Charles i turkeys and during the present week
them to Starke and sold them
brought
president said that his action bas- R. Noyes, U. S. A .,in command of the
; 9 o'clock p. m The board of Registration has appointed registrars "no reason why it should not bear its ed advice was from Fort McPherson training to a merchant.
the upon expert military camp. I'
./ part of tax burdens, at least to the I After hearing the Justice
;' for this county as follows:, extent, of keeping up the roads and both sides of the, water. There were few reports of lootingand : Lewis imposed a fine testimony of $10 and costs. sNot
bridges in the territory owned by the the only arrest made up to a late being able to the fine Williams !
Precinct No. 7, Hampton-J. Vernon military or naval service of the Unit- state for the farm. Teddy Dissolves Organization. I hour was that of a man charged with I was sent to jail and pay will spend 30 days i ;
1 Jones, J. H. Pollard. ed States, which includes all officers Mr. Stephens of Hamilton county. Oyster Bay, May 20.-Colonel Theo- attempting to setal a piano. at work on the public roads.
Precinct No. 8, Raiford-J. J. Far- and enlisted men of the regular army, declared the proposition was' absurd dore. Roosevelt announced tonight that Civilians, were, not- even allowed- withI I i
relly,J. A. Brooks, J. C. Byrd. the navy, the Marine corps and the Na- upon its face. It was, he declared, one all men who had volunteered to serve in blocks of the fire area and newspa- NEGRO KILLED BY TRAIN. I '!
Precinct No. 9, Worthington-B. M. tional guard and naval militia while in of the most preposterous propositionsever with him under the American flag in per men who went through the fire
Leverett, R. T. Taylor. the service of the United States, and brought before the Florida legis- France had been absolved from all further I lines with passes were halted at every Sheriff Epperson received a telegram I
Precinct No. 10, New River-M. J. officers in the officers' reserve corps lature. connection with the movement.bill corner and their credentials scrutinized. Wednesday: morning advising I i.
Sapp. and enlisted men in the enlisted reserve The Guardsmen had their rifles. j, him that the mangled body of a negro : .
Precinct No. 11, Graham-E. D. Ab- corps while in active service. If Mr. Seals of Bradford, said he came Fires Smoulder Into the Night had been found on the track of the Atlantic t
with an honest appeal for the passageof was a just measure and ought to I
ernathy. male between the Coast Line railway near Dukes.
you are a designatedages this bill. He was not trying to raw have the approval of every member of Throughout the burned area which f
: j The sheriff and Gardiner left
Precinct No. 12, Theressa-R. M. and are not in the military or in Judge ,
hide it over the legislature. The roads the House. some places was only a block wide
King. naval service of the United States, you Mr. Strom of and in others ranged to several blocks, for the scene at once.
and bridges in the territory held by Gadsden, favored the
:t The first in each A coroner's. empanelled by
named registrar are subject to registration on the day jury was
the had of the bill. In hundreds of fires smouldered long
state to be kept and he passage reply to a
will executive officer up af-I I Igale Judge Gardiner and after viewing the
precinct act as or fixed by the president, and if fail
you
could question from Mr. ter midnight. The wind that blew
not see why the prison farm Jennings as to a
chairman of the board. body verdict retut red to the effect -
was
precinct to present yourself, or, presenting a
should where the from this afternoon and swept the:
not pay its part of the burdenof money was coming to
f Precinct No.1, Lawtey-Louis H. yourself, you give false, misleading or that the negro had met death by
taxation for this There pay the taxes, Mr. Strom said he flames over the sheets of water that
Hill, H. C. Peace, W. E. Torode. incorrect purpose. being run over by a train operated by
answers, you are a misde-
I fire-fighters threw had died down i
thought sell of the
was no logical reason why it should they might some up
'_ the Coast Line Com-
J.
Precinct Butler-II. Atlantic Railway
No. 2, Lake and
meant subject to punishment by
not. This owned the products of the farm for that late tonight, however, and both Mayor
was property by purpose.Mr. I
Stewart S. A. Dra- ( The negro's identity could not
G. W. Alderman
imprisonment in jail, to which punish- pany.
Candler and Fire Chief
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state for Smith of he Cody expressed
pecuniary benefit, and was Clay county, said
be learned. The jury consisted of J.
ment there is no alternative of fine. not the burdens of taxation the opinion that there was no further
per.Precinct analagous to thought oughtto
properties owned by I
S. Howard, T. W. R A. fliers,
No.3, Palestine-John D. Persons who, for reason, have fail- Hysler,
any danger. One that the fire
the state for educational purposes, the be paid by all the people! of the state reason gained -
Pearce Mathis L. L. Parrish and Dan
J. H. Mattox. George ,
ed to the the
register set
on day by
" location of which institutions helpedto and not by Bradford county alone. He such headway'was that firemen
Precinct No. 4, Providence-A. H. president must register themselves build up the localities in which they read a statement showing how many were fighting a blaze in West'End, a Hysler.
Williams, D. C. Williams. without delay with the registrationboard were located. families had been compelled to dis- resident section across town from the
,' Precinct No.5, Brooker-L. A. of the subdivision in which COLORED CITIZENS, ATTENTION.A .
they Mr. of their and big fire that broke out shortly after
4 Clark, of Alachua county, said pose holdings move away
111'' Brown, M. P. Matheny have their permanent homes. he was familiar with the situation at from that section to, keep from being noon. There were several other small patriotic meeting of colored citizens -
Precinct No. 6, Starke-A. M. Darby Registration Certificate-All persons the state prison farm. The of hemmed in by the state prison farm fires in the afternoon and these led to will be held in the city of Starke,
f;. C. A. Futch, J. L. Peek, W. M. registered will be furnished a registra- this bill would be an act of simple passage jus- and the result of the location of the reports of incendiarism. at the court house, Friday evening,
14 Wainwright, J. M. Brownlee. tion certificate. Since all police offi- tice. The state employes there have farm in Bradford county upon the tax "German spies," was heard every- June 1st, at 7:30 o'clock. Every colored -
1 RaIn for the Information of Persons cers of the nation, states and munici- children; they go to the public schools where, and Fire Chief Cody intimated citizen is requested to be present
to Be Registered palities are required to examine the and the schools have to. be paid for by rolls.Mr.. Tilghman of Putnam county, that he thought the flames might be without fail, and we kindly ask that
. ; Caution.-All males who shall have registration lists and make sure that the people of Bradford county. The said he did not see why the state prison incendiary. all of the white citizens who can come
attained their twent ,first .'birthday all persons liable to registration have state is in competition with the far- farm could not do its duty and pay ."1 have made a thorough examina- be present.
and who shall not hare-attained: .their registered themselves, much inconven- mers and the real estate people of that its part of the burdens of taxation. tion of the entire section," Mayor Can- There will be speakers from both
thirty-first birthday on or before the ience will be spared to those who are county. The bill is right and just and The previous question was ordered, dler said in reply to this, "and I can races who will speak on matters of
day set for registration must register. I registered if they will keep these cer- I should pass. and the bill passed by a vote of 39 to positively state the fire is not of incendiary grave importaice to the colored citi

The only exceptions are persons in the (Continued on Page. Mr. Barber of Baker, declared the 19. origin.




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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY; TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. KKIDAV. MAY 25.1917.;

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1 > Cr script certified to banks, not presented 331.17 ------------.--
chairman WOODMEN SERVICE AT } ---
L. Peek i
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000 0 0000'"sO v00 Membership 111! a
0 Miss Aileen Alvarez, Miss Kathleen DIST CHURCH. 0 balance March 31, 1917
+ Net -----------------------------------------
t 0 RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. 0 Alvarez, Miss Hazel Brown, Harold S. 0. Outstanding warrants March 31. 1917 ------------------------ l3lu-'11.44

Brown, Miss Emma Darty, Mrs. T. N. Last Sunday morning the i Depository balance March 31, 1917 ._._-... ------------------------ 1
I + ,; '! ,,;. .;- "!";' ;, l' Limbaugh, J. M. Mitchell, Mrs. C. A. of the World occupied the m., 0 OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS FUNDTreasurer's 1.10.1& "
balance October 1. 1916 .
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Rowand, Mrs. N. Sternberg, Miss Lu- honor at the Methodist church, :00 <> Outstanding warrants October 1, 1916/ 'tU&
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1i cile Publicity Tatum. Mrs. R. A. Weeks, chair- Rev. T. L. Z. Barr, chaplain of 0 A Deficit October 1. 1916 _____________-_____n__________________- -Uilil--
camp, delivered an excellent Receipts for the Six: Months: 1.771.1,
man, Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. B. B. the of "Woodcraft." 0 From tax collector taxes _____ _
on subject ; ------------------------ -- -.0-I7
Hopson. <> Comptroller. tax redemptions ------ -----------------
The sovereigns of the local ; 1',77

First Aid Classes-Dr. E. T. Campbell this city and those of Union <*> Deficit -----------------Disbursem ___________________?________-_____?__-- '- -ailMMM--<<
IQ. chairman, F. A. Scott, secretary, met at the camp hall, formed a 0 ents for the Six Months: I
" W. H. Philips, Mrs. J. M. Tatum, Dr. sion and marched to the church in 0 0 Interest For duplicate on warrant No. 2694 --------?--------?-----_ O
scrip -------------------------------
; i OBJECTS OF THE FIRST AID DI- J. P. Tomlinson, Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson, form. The Woodmen occupied the 0 -- 1.20 716
Mrs. J. C. Wills Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Dt-ficit ... .--
VISION. dle tier of and all honor --- ----------- ------------------ -----------------
I Instruction for Women-Mrs. J. M. pews, 0 Dr. script cancelled by order of board of commissionersDr. 21422 I.Mll(
tended to them on this occasion. 0 duplicate script issued from'outstanding indebtedness-----------7-fund originally
Alvarez, chairman, Mrs. E. T. Camp- on fine and forfeiture fund ._ ...
Organization Council Commander of the 0 -------- ----- ----- ? 4.60
in accident -
i 1. of classes t
Zlajz
I bell Mrs. A. H. Freeman, Mrs. J. F. --
I and first aid to the injured camp, Mr. G. L. Massey, and the <> Net deficit March 31. 1917 ---
prevention ------- --- --------------------
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Kickliter, Mrs. J. L. Peek, Mrs. F. A. lain Rev. T. L. Z. Barr : f Outstanding warrants March 31. 1917: 1.149tt
first
men and women in all : --------------------------------
t among Scott, Mrs. J. W. White. < > 7Jl7.za
, communities and in every industry. FinanceIrs. H. C. Richard chairman to the chancel rail, the former A s Depository balance March 31. 1917 ____________-______ ------- '---
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j 2. Preparation of up-to-date first ing the beautiful white dove of DRAINAGE FUND f 7170K
Mrs. L. A. Davis, secretary, L. Treasurer's balance October 1, 1916 _
of the and followed --------------- ---?--------
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aid and accident prevention books another d A. Davis B. B. :Mrs. A. V. camp, were 0 Outstanding warrants October 1. 1916 ____-_- IU '
Hopson
------------------------ .43.90,
literature, and first aid mater- sovereigns marching two and two, 0 Outstanding bonds and coupons October 1. 1916 :
Long, H. C. Richard, N. T. Ritch, F. ------------?---?--- 13,691.62 U.UI.u
ials, to be sold at an additional charge carrying an ax on his shoulder. '?> --
F. Stump, J. W. White. Deficit October 1. 1916 >
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above cost sufficient to cover the handling A.' M. choir sang as special selections, 0 Receipt for the Six Months: --- U.r.UZ'
of same. I Purchasing-Mrs. Darby, Woodman's Social Song," and 0 From tax collector taxes ___.---___-_________________ 1."d9.82
chairman. Mrs. C. A. Kni ht. Mrs. H. '
Comptroller tax redemptions _
a Soldier of the Cross? I ------------- 70r.,70
3. To cooperate with organizations C. Richard. ------ t.I6U

. whose work is calculated to spread a Relief Mrs. S. Brown. Mr. Barr took for his text I a. $ Deficit --______________--__--__-__-__-_-----_________?-___________--- --
knowledge of accident prevention in Military Jay 5th chap., 8th verse, "But if any at <$ Disbursements;;; for the Six Months: 12,309.16
chairman, Miss Juanita Bessent, Mrs. For commissions of treasurer _____._
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vide < > -- tii.01
his
all walks of life. W. Graham not for own, and specially s Commissions of assessor __________
H. Mrs. J. C. Hoover,, -------------------- 4:75
To those of his own house, he hath (3)s Interest on bonds _
4. save life, to relieve sufferingand Mrs. D. C. Jones, Mrs. T. A. Knight,, --- ----------------------------------- ; '.16 152.12

to promote human efficiency. the faith, and is worse than an I Net .'e!;ci .___ __________ --' -
Mrs. Emily Philips, Mrs. J. M. Truby,, : March 31 1917 uu _________________
, 5. To obtain a reserve of men who Mrs. W. L. Wall. During his discourse Mr. Barr <> Outttm.l'np bonds and coupons March 31, 1917 ------______________ 12,193 29 1.4C2..O-
j are trained in first aid to the injured, that the order of the Woodmen of
i who may be available for service with World was founded in 1890 by is DrpvMtory balance Marcli" 31, 1917 t
REPORTS OF VARIOUS CmmlT- ------------------- -
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, any Red Cross organizations formed C. Root, the purpose of the 3 BOND FUND 113.S
for service with the armed fords of TEES. tion being to protect the home. <$> Outstanding Receipts ;and bonds Disbursement Oct. 1. 1916 for the___h six_-month____-*-__None.______________-__ 1. 5o.et k;

I the United States in time of war. headquarters of the Woodmen 0 Outstanding bonds March 31. 1917 --___.____________________________
6. To form Sanitary Training Detachments The Membership Committee is hardat Omaha, Neb.., and is an eighteen & 5.TMW
I for the purpose of teachingmen work, as is evidenced by the memo steel, fire proof building. At Depository balance March 31. 1917 ASSETS--------AND------LIABILITIES-,---------------_ t.OOUt-

some of the duties pertaining t bership having increased from 58 t o this organization has 3 Assets

the sanitary services of the army and 85 within a short time. a million members. The ; <*" Balance cash in treasury all funds ________________________.______?
love reaches its last 0 Urcvlkvti-d taies, current year ._unuuunnh______________ 3.S24.4I
t navy, so that they may be able to ren- Publicity Committee has been at analysis in .l c 6,32lOC

der efficient aid should they elect to work since organization of the Starke worship of the God of love, and in Total assets -------_--.___---__--__--_______________-_--__--_________ s. S9.S50-5S
offer themselves for enlistment in the branch. From week to week will of country and protection of '!> Liabilities
service of their in the I they homes. .$ Warrants outstanding for current expenses ---_----________________ :
i country event publish a Red Cross department in the Warrants outstanding or other evidences of indebtedness except bonds S2S.H
I | of war. In other words, the training Telegraph.First 0 given for property or money borrowed the payment of which u> :l

jji 1 1 j of a sanitary reserve for the army and Aid Classes report as follows: Don't Let Your Cough Hang On.A Drainage:deferred script---_=:=._-_=--===--================:== --- 1' '.in a
navy in time of peace. Upon the calls of the Chairman, cough that racks and weak'' Drainage bonds =========::::=====--.--. 1 .382, 5

} First aid classes for women are only hc committee on First Aid met at the dangerous, it undermines your r.. R. bonds past due) ?.-----.----------__-__----_--____.--_-__-- 6.750.M

:'. do intended when to accidents teach them and what sudden they can office of Dr; E. T. Campbell Thursday, and thrives on neglect. Relieve it : Total liabilities -----------_________________ ___________ ___.__ 25,972.71
.! illness May 17th. once with Dr. King's New \ Value of county property not reported.

occur in their own homes or elsewhere, Those present were Mrs. J. E. Wilson This soothing balsam remedy ; ,_. n __ .
and are not, except that they will have Dr. E. T. Campbell. H. Philips, the throat, loosens the phlegm, its joy -
added materially to their general information F. A. Scott. Dr. E. T. Campbell tiseptic properties kill the germ ;
, j. expected to, or accepted as, Dr. J. P. Tomlinson vicechairman appointed -- the cold is quickly broken up. ; -
;- qualifying them for service with the and F. A. Ecott secretary. dren and grown-ups alike find
Red Cross in time of war. However After King's New Discovery pleasant f
discussing the object and requirements INGERSOLL
, take, as well as effective. Have a t
when selecting women for assignmentto of the work, the committeewas tle handy in your medicine chest
duty as Nurses' Aids with Red Cross divided in pairs to canvass the grippe, cough and all bronchial It

I hospital units, preference will usually town and solicit membership for First tions. At druggists, 50c.
I i be given to those who hold Red Cross Aid classes as follows: .

.I certificates of proficiency in first aid Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. J. C. s
to the injured in addition to courses Wills.

J under women.the department of instructionfor Mrs.. Tatum and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson. REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES Yankee !s


It should be clearly understood that W. H. Philips and F. A. Scott.

t the first aid division, by the education Committee to meet again at Dr. BRADFORD COUNTYPERIOD

of individuals, first tries to prevent Campbell's office Thursday. t

accidents, and then, recognizing that Instruction for Women.-This committee '
j accidents unfortunately occur in spite! plans to meet this week. Have ENDING MARCH 31 1917. WATCHES "
,
: of all precautions, does not attempt to been waiting on direct information ,H :
't rival physicians but to aid them from Disbursements I !
headquarters.
by Will soon begin The following report of the Receipts of the several funds of BRADFORD :
t teaching emergency measures to laymen work in dietetic and hygiene classes. COUNTY for the period ending March 31st. 1917 with the balances and the amount of warrants I
i so that patients will be broughtto The Finance Committee outstanding, and a statement of the assets and liabilities of the said \DFORD COUNTY, as '
met the. reported by the Clerk of the Court. and the County Commissioners on the 31st day of March. I $1.35
] them in better condition and thus first of the week and arranged for the 1917. is hereby published under the provisions of Chapter 6813 of the Laws of 1915. I
t give their skill a greater chance to be supper which took place last S'itur- ERNEST AMOS, Comptroller. !

1. of benefit. If prompt emergency treat- day evening. Mrs. L. A. Davis, secretary Treasurer's balance October 1, 1916 __GENERAL__________FUND____________________ { 3,273.89: I I
: ment is not rendered, conditions may of this committee Takes the Outstanding warrants October 1, 1916 __-_____-__________-______-_ 223.76 I I i Ingersoll I
|?j j r be so bad by the time the Midget wrist watches
doctor arrives following report: Palance October 1, 1916 _____ _____ _____ 3,052.13 i
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that he or she will be beyond The Finance Committee of the Kea Receipts for the Kit Months:
1} ; human aid. frrss, assisted by other From Tax Collector Taxes ____-_______________________ $ : I I Radiolite.
A Red Cross First Aid Course consists friends of the organization members, gave and a Comptroller licenses and tax redemptions _________,-___-_: yI' 4,399 05 I Can see the time on

t ; of not less than ten lectures and chicken pilau supper on Saturday even- I j Palance _________________________________________ 7,451.18 I
t demonstrations of one and a half hours ing, May 19th. The Disbursements for the Six Months: I the darkest
patronage
was For salary of clerk to the circuit court, as county auditor and night.Boy's I
duration each, or a total of 15 hours' very liberal, for which the committee clerk to county commissioners 459.68 .
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instruction. In the discretion of the is thankful. The net proceeds Per diem and mileage of commissioners 352.60 I
; instructor and for the convenience of $48.51.It were Salaries of other officers and employees: Radiolite
for Lever
i. Attorney county commissioners 20.65
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the members of the class, shorter lee was quite Supervisor of registration 62.40 I movement II
urgent that the organ- -----?--------------------------

tures may be given provided the time ization have money at once, for the Repairs to Court County house Buildings and jail: -____?___.__________?______________ 97.65 I .
is made up by increasing the number purpose of purchasing material, in or- Furniture and Fixtures for: $4.00
of lectures. der that the classes now being Court house _______.?...__.___.....-___________._____-____ 245.00 i .

& The Starke First Aid Committee, of ized may get to work immediately.organ- Expenses of Janitors County and Buildings other: attendants __________________________ 90.00
f' which Mr. F. A. Scott is secretary, The Red Cross is financed Light fuel and water ____________________?______ 158.30 Ingersoll Lever 16 goidfilled
r consists of the following members: public, therefore this committee by will the Care of County Insurance Poor:-._____..__._________...___._._..-_______-____ 50.00 size,

1 Dr. E. T. Campbell, Chairman; Dr. 'be appealing to you in various Allowance made to paupers outside of poor houses and paid
t J. P. Tomlinson, W. H. Philips, Mrs. in the future. ways by warrant ---_________________________________________ 886.50 cases $6. 00. i "

'. ;-'. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. Tatum and Mrs. J. The Purchasing Committee has been Coroner's Inquests Fees of officers: jurors and witnesses _-_________-_______?_ 54.48 I
: C. Wills, Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson. waiting on the Military Relief Insanity Inquiries:
mittee Com- Fees of officers and committees ______?____________________ 67.50
who also have met this week Stationery and Printing: U. D. MINER i
THE RED CROSS SPIRIT SPEAKS. and arranged their classes and decided General stationery, blanks etc ________________.__________ 151 15 I ;
f Record books ___ ...
on the -- -- ----------------------- 96.46
necessary supplies they wish Advertising i required;; ; by law and paid for by county :::::-_ 221.10:
; (By John Finley, Commissioner of Education purchased. Commissions paid to officers:
t Note.-The chairman of the Executive Tax assessor ---__________________________?___________-_. 1,174.70 Starke Fla' j J I ,
for the ?
State of New York and Tax collector -----------_?_____?____________________ 655.81 ,
Chairman Albany County Chapter of Board, Dr. A. H. Freeman, states Clerk circuit court recording and general court work _______________ 56.45 ;. le lf I
the Red Cross). to the general public that the work of Expenses of election --_-----------____________?__?________. 657.35 __. ;
the Red Cross ,Contingencies,: --------__-__________________-________._?__ 992.23 t
It Wherever war, with Its red woes, is done entirely through Total disbursements ------------?______?___________________________ 6,540.21 J
committees, for that reason it is not.
Or
flood, or fire, or famine goes, often necessary to have of Balance ----------------------__-__-_____.....__-____-______...... 910.97 ,
There, too, go I; the meetings Dr."Script lost ----------------------__-__?______________ 3.00
"- chapter as whole. Each
a member -
It earth in
...1 Or any quarter quakes of the Red Cross should be in line to Balance ___-------------------.___-_____.-_______.___________. 913.97
pestilence its ravages makes, I Cr. Script issue in lieu .
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L! Thither I fly. help a bit, and if they will call on the I Cr script certified on b; -ip-'n-ted-3:3; : i-::___:::::_:__::::: 30.00 3.00 33.00 4F .. '
tI chairman of the Executive Board. Dr. II
Freeman, he will be Net balance March 31. 1917 ------------____________________________ -880.97-- ;; j:1: t
I kneel behind the soldier's trench, sign very glad to as- Outstanding warrants March 31, 1917 ----____-_____________________ 44.50
. t- I walk 'mid shambles smear and stench work to each and every member.0000000000000m00. :
I The dead I mourn; Depository balance March 31, 1917 FINE--AND------FORFEITURE---------______FUND_____________ 925.47 xi

;' I bear the stretcher and I bend Treasurer's balance October 1. 1916 ------------_-_____________________ 421.17 ,
I O'er Fritz and Pierre and Jack to mend Outstanding warrants October I. 1916 ---_--------____________________ 107.94 THE UNIVERSAL CARIn

.F! what shells have torn. 0 0 0 Balance October 1, 1916 ----------------.--_________________________ 313.23
STARKE 4 Receipt for the Six: : Month:

*0 FRATERNAL DIRECTORY <> From Tax collector taxes --_________________________?_____ 1.400.39
I go wherever men may dare, Q Comptroller tax redemptions .....__.- 52.03
I go wherever woman's care $ Just ShenfT.: fines 1,097.03 busy cities or the road the Ford is
And love live F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. <8> ce of peace :'5.00 2574.45 country ,

Wherever strength can and, skill can bring 0 35. Meets every second and Palance ----._h_____-____-------____-__.--- --"2887.68- a favorite over the whole motor field. There are
$
fourth Monday nights. Disbursement for the Six Months:
Surcease to human suffering, For sheriff and strong reasons why half the
0 < deputies cost bills in criminal cases buyers of America de..
$ 421.90
Or solace give. I. > Constables, do ----------------____________________-________ 53.87 mand Ford
0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. Clerk circuit court do 24.38 cars. They have proved their worth
e Tuesday I helped Haldora's shore every night. Justice Peace, 103 64 under the
do
upon
; most trying conditions
11.9
in all
I With Hospitaller Knights I bore Witness fees *. parts of the '
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The M. W. of A., Starke Camp. 0 Court insolvency cases 481.40 20.00 world. People buy Ford
first red cross; Meets first and third Wednesday <*' 'I' Sheriff's commission on fines etc., collected-_____________ 63.fin cars because they know
I I was the Lady of the Lamp; 0 every Feeding prisoners -......_._______-__.........?.. 891.85 'I what they have done and t
I J I saw in Solferino's camp 0 nights. I'ny' courts of jurors in criminal cases county and justice peace I will do.- They have be-

The crimson loss. 0 -! So.fifl come one of the everyday
' W. 0. W., All Friends Camp Total disbur-ements 420.36 I necessities.

I. No. 138. Meets every second and <*> -_ ._:,5*9.i9 Touring Car
1 I am your pennies and your pounds; fourth Balance .._.--__Uhuhn__--__----_. j. $360, Runabout $345, Town
I am your bodies on their rounds <$> Friday nights. 0 Cr. script certified on bank, not presented 3.31.17 ---______-___________ 297.S9 33.25 Car $595, Coupelet $505
Sedan
< Of pain afar Net _. $645, all f. o. h.
; balance March -
31. 1917 .
I : I am you, doing what you wouldIf e<&' meet Union every Chapel first and Camp third, No.Friday 536, *
. t you Your were avatar.only where you could- 0 nights at Union Chapel. J. A. Ellington 4' Depository balance March 31, 1917 -.----_-----_-----____________-___ 4H.59 A. W. and G. A. Anderson

Treasurers balance October 1, 1916 ROAD_---AND------BRIDGE---?-___FUND__________ ___ Starke Fla.
i The cross which on my arm I wear, <" <8> Outstanding warrants October 1. 1916 ---------------_____________?___ 125 684.97 n ,

r. The flag which o'er my breast I bear & invited Visiting to attend brothers these are meetings.cordially & Receipt Palance October for the Six 1. 1916 Months-: -----_----_____________________________ ---&-;;986- -
". Is but the sign
0 000004'04'oo0o0 From tax collector, taxes .
t Of what you'd sacrifice for him 0000 Comptroller tax redemptions_____________________________.__ 4,02626 152.39 .
f' Who suffers on the hellish rim Balance 4,178.61 t

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; ': Of war's red line. [)ibcr cmrnli for the Six Month: ,73R-50
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\ Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up SystemThe material __....__
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RED CROSS COMMITTEES. Old Standard central strengthening tonic Took machinery, cost and repairs- 391.82 I

r GROVE'S TASTELESS: chill TOXIC: ,drives oa. Live stock Bret and care and feedings____________________ 10.55. .;-;
Malariaenrichesthel'lood.ndbuilds npthe syst 'aid for free labor, other than guards _________________ 490 20 ,
., The following committees were appointed --. A true tonic. For. nksan'" 'hiMTea. 50: Pay of convict guards _.--_______-_-_-_____ __.....__ 988.70'
by the chairman: at a meetingof Feeding Payment and on tare of convict ---------?_______-___________ 1.135 639.00:69 "
the executive committee held May You get all the important national, Contingencies account discharged convicts 45'00 I

2nd.: state, county news in the Telegraph. ]Balance 127.00 3.951.96 J

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. -- PAG.;., THREE



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i _ -_ 1 I ANDREWS COMPANY BUYS NEW 'Mitchell CcClendon do ________________ 3.40T. two (22) Township five (5) south range twen N'- of SELL ____________--1 : 6S 19ENW'
N. Kendrick juror ________________ 1.00 ty-two 'l2) east and thence east of SW'i and SEM of 4
, BOILER.The R. S. Johns do ______________________ 1 00 twenty-six and two-thirds (26 2-3) rods, more SEi; _____________________12 6S 19E
Paragraphs. Jay Alderman do ____________________. 1.00 or 1 less, thence south sixty ((60) rods, more NEt of NEt;. SE'i of SEV :
i. Perry Dover do ___________________ 1.00J. or less, thence west twenty-six and two-thirds and NEi; of SW"i ___--...l 6S 19E
.i Andrews Company has just received F. Rhoden do _____________________ 1.00 (26 2-3) rods more or less thence north sixty W'i of SE\\ SEI, (f SW<4
I II horse steam O. J. Griffin do ______.______________ 1.00 11601 rods, more or less to point of beginning ; and W-i of NW'i h ____14 6S 19E
a new fifty power W. J. Epperson feeding prisoners _____ 160.00 I I also one-fourth ('.4) equal division according SIof NEVJ _____________--15 6SNW 19E
i I Live State Newsj j jiiiin boiler to replace the one now doing Geo. A. Gardiner case Jim Roberson ___ 2.13 to government survey of the same southwest of NEI ___________ 23 6S 19E !
service in their cotton gin. This will W J. Epperson do ___________________ 4.85 fourth ( of the northeast fourth (P.) of SW'i of NWt 4. NW'i of SW .
'(;t'O. A. Gardiner case Will Lee ______ 3.43 sid section twenty-two (22)) lying directlyeast ii. SEI of SWii. SE', and :
I. --nmnai 111 n imi put the gin in excellent! shape to han- W. J. Epperson do ____________________ 16.50 of above described tract and of the same SEl, of NEI, -------------4 6S 19E .
I Told by Our Exchanges. dle the enormous crop of cotton thatis Louise Davis witness _________________ 7.20 dimensions and area. N'T of NEti NWSI..
I the Ernest May do ______________________. 4.80 t M. JOHNS. and SI: of SElh _..:: 6S 19E
contemplated coming season.It W. F. Godwin do ___*_______________ 4.80A. 5-4-r.-'. Special Master.SHERIFFS SEI, and SE'i of S\\ >4 ___ 6S 19K
\' is rumored that this company intends H. Barley do _____________________ 2.40 SWli of NE'g 6S 19E
putting in other machinery to C eo. Carter do _______________________ 4.80 SEt,i and EI-. of NEI.. .___. .33 6: m
PLANT CITY.-A total of 1,514,483 active service immediately. The vessel ,ILL. Sapp do _____________________ 2.40 SALE N'- SW ... N'i of SII, aol
of strawberries care for other products of the farmsin : Ozzie Johnson do ____________________ 2.40 Hereby notice is given W. J. Ep- sWL of SE'i ______ ___ 31 6S 19E
quarts were shipped a 2,000-ton boat for freight and the neighborhood of Raiford.Raiford John Bell do __________________________ 2.40( person. Sheriff of Bradford County State of N'... E'.. of SEI SVV'i of
from this point the past season. The passenger service, is the largest boat Tribune. H. Austin juror ___________________ 1.00 Florida. under and by virtue of that certain SEM and SE'. of SW, 35 63 19KWL2.
returns were above 16 cents turned out south of Norfolk. The .W. L. Overutreet do __________________ 2.40 .. execution issued out of and under the seal of : WI of NE'i, NEi, of
average vessel I Starke. Bradford County, .
IT. N. Kendrick do 1.00 Florda. on Monday, NE'i and N\\'i, of St; 16 6S 19E
per quart, bringing the growers $243- was built by the Tampa NOTICE OF ELECTION. .H. D. Hemingway do--u--__--_-_-_-_-__-_-__--__-_--_ 1.00 .1 the Circuit Court of Cunty, Florida S'i! of S'i NW'i of Sand WI,

000. ing and Engineering ShiPbuild-j I Starke Fla.. May 7. 1917. '.J. E. Wilson do ____--_________--__--_- 1.00J againstV. C. Anderson Forsyth.. C S':of Eli of SW'i 1S' 'i8 19K
By the power vested in them by the School B. Rowe do ______________________ 2.40 I' A. Browning, John Anderson and G. W. Carter .. of NE'i. N'2 of SE'I.
Central Hudson Navigation Company, Laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction Geo. A. Gardiner case Will James __u_ 4.7.1: and in favor of Bank of Starke a corporation -I E''. of Sand Mof
at of order election ___ __ _____ and bearing date of the 8th day of S\V4 2NW" 7S lE
GREEN.-This place is a cost $195,000 plus $50,000 of Bradford County hereby an Eddie Hogan witness __ nn 7.20 -------------- ------
BOWLING I held in Pine Grove Special Tax Scho.,1District \\ 1. Epperson do __ 20.S5: September A. D. 1914. will offer for sale and of XE1 NW'J of N ;
Incoming the melon center of DeSoto worth of material destroyed and other No. 14 on the 2nd day of June A. D. I.ula Hayes do _un-__hUU__ __.___.uu________ 7.20 will ('I to the highest and best bidder for |I SI; of NW t. E'i of '
county. Friday nine cars were being damage done by the big waterfrontfire 1917. for the election of three trustees for two Hardy Kersey do ______________n____ 2.80S. cash the court house door in the Town of I SW',. and SW'i of St 11 3 TS 19E )
11 in November. The keel was laid years and to determine the amount of millaiie! R. James do .._"___--________._-- 2.40 the 4th day of June, A. I). 1917, the same being EU of NEl N\\', of NK'\, 4 7S 191
loaded with melons here. They are to be assessed. J. M. Futch. B. J. Rosier andE. (,PO. Carter do ___________________ 2.40 a legal sales day of said Court, duringthe SWof N\\'I, and 1\"': of
selling for as much as $400 per car. in June and the vessel was launched in R. TOPI-ELL I. U Saw do -_-_.-._n_____________ 240 legal hours of sale, the following doscrib-|( NEI, --_ ____--__ __m 9 ': l't
September, 191&. But for the fire, the R.. Griffis appointed as managers M. Canwron do h.n___ 1.00. l' 5-lMt. Secretary. Ernest May do ___ ________________ -.40 Bradford of Florida to-wit: |I and S'J of SE', "n. -._ 10 i ';S 19F
vessel nn
: The terminal tracks would have been turned over to I Will Mitchell do _____________ __ 4.80A. Southeast quarter of northt'at quarter of Section N\V14 of SW.. SE". of >S I.
SEEKING. of -- -- --
i six (6), Township six (6)) south I j and ...
the owners late in January. i H. Harley do 2.40 ) ran/e j S\V14 of SW, II J 7S 19E
I ; Moore Haven's new railroad are being I. + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 Prank Stewart do u.u_________________n_ 2.40 twenty-two (22) east and containing forty ||V'. of NW'i, NE'4 (.f NW, I
+ LEGAL NOTICES 4 ((40) acres, more or less. 1.. N of K': .. of
The extension is complete for Everline Davis do 2.411.J. NEL.
j laid. -------------------- I
1 _____________ _____ W. J. EPPERSON. SEI, and SW'i SE'i; 12 73 IDETS
: LIVE OAK.-Gr at excitement + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + S. Anderson do n 4.80
! miles south of this place-with 40 pre- 5-4-5L Sheriff Bradford County. Fla. 'NI
22 Queen Erwin do ______u___________- 4.HOLawrence of NE'i, SW'4! of NE J
: miles yet to go, and trains to run by vailed in this city Friday on accountof BILLS PAID BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERSAT Erwin do _nn_____________ 4.80 I I. NI of SE'i. : W', of "*
i 1st. the fact that Mobley, Tolar and Bar- LAST MEETING. LewisBrvantdo ______1 n_____________ 2 40 BILL FOR FORCOSURE. !' SE'4 and S'.. of SW'i -__ !: 19E -
October
ton the Sambo Griffis do ____________________ 4.80 In Circuit Court EiRhh Ciruit off'lorida N'i of SE'.. SW', of Stand :', )
three officials of the defunct H. Austin juror _____________________ 1.00 Bradford Count i, NW", __________._ _14 7S 19E --
Live Oak Citizens bank, had been Pauper Allowance Perrvfloverdn _____________________n 1.00 by EI 3 of SE'i and KW, ofNE'i
BARTOW-Suspecting that his wife Mary Ward _________________ _______ 00 W. L. Overstreet do __________________ 2.40 her husband and next friend, SEW '-____ -_ 1! 7S 19E
granted change of in the
a venue, case Martha fiatlin ______________ ._.._______ 3-00 O. W. White do ______________________ 1.00 vs I of NW1 rand'NW'Y of
and a negro man were in a cottage be- against them in this county, and would Nancy Conner ____________ __________ 4.00 O. L. Nash do _.__ __________________ 1.00 Chas Cummings et aL NE'4! ------_______ __ 23 7S 19E
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longing to the Prairie Pebble Phos- not be brought to trial at this term of Viney Dyess _______________ __________ 8.00 J. F. Kickliter do ____________________ 1.00 Bill For Forclosure. wtJ of NE t and NEt ofSEli
Co. negro stick of Mrs. Breeze _____________ ___________ 7-00 G Ho\linre\ worth do __________________ 1.00 Notice to Appear. } -_____________._.24 ?SSU. 19E
phate a placed a circuit court. There had been rumors Amanda Thomas ____________________ 5.00 J. F. Rhoden do _____________________ 1.00 THE STATE OF FLORIDA S'-. of NW ., and NWJ4 :
dynamite under the house and touchedit for several days that the men were to Lee Crosby _____________ _----------- 10.00 W. E. Davis do ___________________ 1.00 To Mamie Dewheart, Lueious Dewheart. of NWi -___.?__..'__ .28 j 7S 19E
Emeline Griffis __________ __________ 3.00 ____ SEl of NW14 ___ .____ .33.S 19E
off. One end of the house was blownto be H. O. Smith do __________________ 1.00C. Clyde and Porter Cummings,
summarily dealt with by the angry Caroline Griffis ________. _--__________ 3.00 A. Rowand do ____________________ 1.00 Cumming S'. of Lot 1. .''. 7 and Sand |
smithereens, but no one was injured. depositors and would be made to tell Mrs. D. M. McKniuht ___. _-___________ 3.00G. (;. M. Ristrunk do __________________ 1.00T. ) It having been shown by affidavit that the N4 Lot 3 and 10 f
what had become of the in J. Campbell _________ _------------ 3.00 N Kendrick do _n____________ 1.00 defendants Mamie Dewheart. Lueious Dew- and alof I and 11 7 SS' 20E
money, case ___________ ____________ 00 NI: and 3
Banner Dyal 5 A. O. Andreu do __________________ 1.00 heart, and ,, SK'.i of t
they were not brought to trial, and Wade McKniifht ______________________ 3.00 C. ____________________ 1.00Geo. Clyde- CumminK of the State Porter of florida.Cummingtare and E'I ____________u_._.. .8 6S 20E
NEW SMYRNA.-The State Bankof upon hearing the decision of the judge Lizzie Willis _________________________ 2.00 Cnlthft'\. Gardilr case Laura Richard __ 1.88 that the residence of said defendants Mamie Lots 4, 6, 7, 8, and 10 and
Rufus Jackson ___'_________________ 3.00 W. J. Epperson do ________ .______ 7.85 Dewheart NI!. of Lot 4, anJ S'i\ ofLot '
New Smyrna is proposing to the the crowd, which had been collecting ,Mrs. N. D. Newmans _________________ 5.00 Geo. A. Gardiner case Arthur Jackson- 3.79 of Savannah and in Lucious the State Dewheart of is and at City that 9 ----______________.19 6S 20E
around the ______________________ 2.50 Geria. NWU of NW'4 ____ ___ __.._ 63 20E
farmers of that community that if they courthouse for several I I Martha Rimts S. B Denmark do __________________ 10.15 the residence of said Cum- :9'
hours seemed 1 Susan Kelley ________________________ 10.00 Cornell Smith wit ___.______________ 5.20 mings and Porter is Clyde of In- Lots 1. 2 and 3 ___._________ ;i 6S 20E
plant sufficient acreage of corn to jus- to lose all judgment, and Wm. Land __________________________ 3.00 (;.M. A. Gardiner case Jessie Alexander 3.37 in the State Cummings of at City NU, of Lt 4, 5 and 6 ___._31 63 20E

tify the move the bank will establisha when the sheriff appeared with Mobley I L. L. Hasan ________________________ 2.50 W. J. Epperson do __________________ 4.95 dianapoli there is no person Indiana in the respectively State of, Also, following described personal property -
meal and grits mill to all the they with one accord made a rush. Rachel Stokes ________________________ ::.00 Jim Alexander wit _________________ 2.20 Florida; the service of a subpoena upon whom situate in Jrailfurd County*. Florida to
grind
,. ________________________ wit
2.00 :
j,Joseph Bryant Bettie Pearce do ____________________ 1.00 would bind said defendants or either of them
corn that can be produced locally at Sheriff Lyle and his deputies were Lizzie Hunter _________________ 3 00 Dill Ale actual cost for the producers. quickly overpowered and Mobley hur- W. J. GliBson --------------------- 3.00 C. Waters juror ____________________ 1.00 Lucious Dt> defendant are over the age of twentyone mouse colored mare mule name.1 Julia: Onei
riad into waiting automobile. Mrs. Rachel Taylor _______________________ 2.00 A.O.Antlrvudo ______________________ 100 and that defendants Clyde Cummings black horse mule narmtl Jack ; One dark bay
a Elizabeth Hunter _____________________ 2.00 J. M. Alvarez do __ ___ _______ yeal and Porter hOne mule named Jim ; Ono gray hol mule
-- --n are under the
Mobley was with her husband and Florence Holton _____________________ 3.00 Tate Denmark do ______ ________ 100. of twenty-one Ctimmings. name Dewey; One gray hurst named
-- -- -- age
LAKELAND.-An announcement of showed wonderful heroism. She literally |I j. C. Box ___________________________ 3.00 Abe Bessent do _____________________ 1.00J. is therefore ordered.years.It considered and ad.judaced GerKe; One gray mure "ule' named Kate;
much industrial importance is that of John Wright ______1________________ 2.00 O. Fralick do _____________________ 1.00 that the said defendants Mamie Dew- One black horse- mule named Bit; One black ;
fought her way through the I j'Warren Hersey _____________________ 3.00 .1. C. j p case Pete Galloway __ 2.69 heart. Lucious Clyde Cummings and horsemule named Mack, ; Oiu" gray horse mule .
the opening of a canning factory by crowds and into the car to the side of Mrs. E. C. Crews and daughter ________ 5.00 Jacob 101.1. const ---------------- 3.90 Porter Dwhear appear to the Complain- name Sid 1 mouse colored hors mule named

Thomas Dyal 4.00 ____________________ tray hurse mule named
R. L. Mayes, the enterprise beginning her husband ------------------------- Johnny Johns wit 1.90 ant's Bill of Complaint herein on or before Geechy:
and absolutely refused to i I Martha Wilkerson ____________________ 3 00 I I Ceo Wiley do _______________________ 1.00 the 4th day of June A. D. 1917. in default One black horse mule named Tote; One dark
operations Thursday. The plant will leave him. Rev. W. B. Parshley, pastor -I Affie Scott ____________________.--__ 2.00 Frank Turner do _____________n_____ 1.00Drew whereof a decree confesso wilt be bay mare mule named Hell: C..e bay horse .
have a capacity of 5,000 cans daily, andit of the Baptist church of this .' Isaac Clark __________________________ 2.00 Alvarez juror __________________ 1.00C. ) the said pro Mamie Dt> enter mule named Charley; On. bay mare mule $ a.
is expected: to run at maximum city, Leonard Altman ____________________ 2.00 T. Silcox do _____-_______________._ 1.00 all'aint Dewheart. Clyde Cummings whear Luciou Cum- name Lizzie; Four log carts and harness
pro- was witness to the trouble and council- .!Newmans Children _______-__________ 4.00 Chase do .-.______________________ 1.00 mings. Porr complete and one portable saw mill complete
duction during the vegetable season. led the men to do nothing rash. He, Mrs. Peter Parmenter ____________ 3.00 Fr. Bryan do ______________________ 1.00 including all saws, .It.) curiale. engines -
Ervin Hiitginbotham ________________ 2.00 T. B. Mills do ______________________ 1.00 It is further ordered that this notice be boilers, pumps Ji .' obains.
hksand
too, joined Mr. and Mrs. Mobley in the James Parrish _______________________ 2.00 Tate Denmark do ____________________ 1.00 published in the Bradford County Telegraph a all other maeint'ryhtll< and appl-
car. The men who had charge of Mob- ,{I Catharine Hampton __________________ 2.00 W. W. Tyson bal due services treatment newspaper published at Starke in Bradford ances used in miL
TALLAHASSEE.-Setting aside a j''Addie I Silcox __________________________ 2.50 Ea ters _________________________ 20.00 County, Florida nice each week for five con- The purchaser or purcluwn tu pay for titles.
reservation of approximately 100,000 ley insisted to the officers that they Hannah Harris ______________________ 2.50 lecutive weeks. .
the extreme southerly end of would do Mobley no bodily harm if he Clara' Sparkman _____________________ 2.50 IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereuntoset Dated this May 2, 1917. .
acres at would make Eliza Williams _____________________ 2.50 i my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir. E. M. JOHNS.
Florida near the Ten Thousand Islands a statement as to what Alice Bryant 2.50 FINANCIAL STATEMENT cuit Court on this the 3rd day of May. A. D. Special Master.
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the legislature has finally actedon had gone with their money. The driverof Maggie Bryan __________-____________ 0.50 1. Monthly financial statement of' Bradford 1917. 0. 0. McCOLLUM. .
the car that contained Mr. and Mrs. Julia Lee _____________________________ 2.50 I County for the month of April 1917. I W. T. WEEKS tiacKSonville, rr
behalf of the Seminole Indians'of Bristol Rice _________________________ 2.00S. General Fund (SEAL Clerk 1londa
Florida, and general rejoicing is being Mobley and Mr. Parshley started to !I!. Rowe's children special allowance\ 12 00 Balance April 1. 1917 _______________ 925.47 By R A. WEEKS. Solicitor
held by friends of the aborigines. This leave town at a breakneck speed, but i i. Receipts during month ______________ 1,835.07Disbursements 6-4-51. Deputy Clerk. -_ _-1 .

in making a sharp turn the car was I I Total _______________________________ 173.50 during month, ___..... 642.52 -
action follows efforts covering a periodof General Fund Balance May 1. 1917 ________________ 2.118.02 I.SLAXFDS .
1 wrecked which enabled the officers to outstanding ___________ 59.97 NOTICE Or MASTER'S .
two decades and more on the part I City Light Plant Hunts _. ___________ 7.29 Warrants Notice is given that SALE
Fine and Forfeiture Fund hereby in
of advocates of state reservation for come to the rescue of Mobley. Mobley C. A. Knight supvr re* --------------- 10.40 of '
a Balance April 1. 1917 ________________ 414.89 pursuance a certain final decree
( J.1... Williams ________________ 25.00 render
j the Indians who have heretofore been consented to make a statement and in A. S. Crews co janitor atty __________________ 4.17 I Receipts during month ______.__..... 809.46 orable on the J.30th T. day of April 1917. by
________ 499.41 Judge of the Circuit Court
the Disbursements during month
presence of Sheriff Lyle and some Wia. !
W. T. Weeks month
1 clerk.
: without land of their own. pd pOfiUite
__ Eighth of in and for
Balance May 1. 1917 ________ ___- 724.74 Forida
of the largest depositors did make a etc -------------------------------- 106 00 Bradford in
% Starke Hardware Co. cuspidors ________ 4.65 Warrants outstanding ___--_________ 112.20 County a cau wherein
W. H. Dowling and J. H.
statement that seemed to satisfy the Bradford __ Road Fund Dowling are complainants .
ORLANDO.-A conservative estimate men and he allowed to In the J. Co. Telegraph pub. reports 12.25W. I. Balance April 1. 1917 __________ 1102.85 and J. F. Gatlin and W. H. Gatlin. IAX-FOS IS IMPROVED-CASCARA "
was go. Epperson services co comrs Jan.
co-partners W. H Gatlin &
___________ Company A1 '
Receipts during month I-.180.90 s are
______________
I places the damage wrought by meantime Barton and Tolar made their Feb. Mch April. May 10.00 Disbursements during month ________ 1,120.13 defendants, I. E. M. Johns a Special Master A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE
________
Drew
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the fire which destroyed the plant of way from the courthouse, and were ad- Drew Co.Co... blanks auto taw clerk tax office coil\ .-__________ 31.37 2.10 Balance May 1. 1917 _______________ 2163.62 will offer for sale and sell for cash at .
public outcry to the highest and
____ __ best bidderat
__ 304.15
Warrants outstanding _
i Overstreet Crate mill at Lockhart at vised to leave town until the excite- Drew Co.. license books tax coil ?____ 6 10 Outstanding Fund the sawmi plant, (hereinafter described), CATHARTIC AND UVEft.HNIC

$200,000 to $250,000, with only $50,000 ment had somewhat abated, so could Drew Co.. record book clerks office___________ 19.60 Balance April 1, 1917 ______________ 767 96 located southwest of section Thirty. LAz-Fos is not a Secret or'atentMedI-
B. M. Dow coil
ling
tax 162.51
com as ____ _______ four (34) Township Six (6) South Nine-
insurance. Over $20,000 worth oft during month 1079.28 Range cine but is of following
r not be found by the crowd of angry Ceo. A. Gardiner Insanity Chas Hagus 2.00 Receipt during month ______ 590.84 teen (19) East near the Town of Worthington composed tJt
crates were stored in the warehousesfor when for them. E. T. Campbell\ -------------------- 2.00 in Bradford ; old-fashioned roots and heCs:
men they went Balance May 1. 1917 _________ ____ 1,256.40 SprinJ County Florida, during -
J. P. Tomlinson do ..,--____________ 2.00M ________ hours of sale, on Monday, the
The 7.105.88Drainage
shipment and were burned. I outstanding CASCARA BARK
Cameron do\ .u................... 1.00 Warrant 4th day of June. 1917. the following described
lumber piles were completely swept. SUMMER SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY W. J. Epperson do ____________________ 1.00 Balance April 1. 1917 -____Fund___________ 113.52 property,to-wit: BLUEFLAGRdT 'f i
The plant employed upwards of 250 OF FLORIDA. Starke Phone Co. phone rent __________ 5.40 Receipts during month ____________ 935.95 I All of the rights title, interest estate, claim RHUBARB
Goo. D. Barnard Co.. record book forclerk's Disbursements month ___ .__ 38.25 demand and equity of the said defendants in :
people, some of whom are homeless, _______________ _____ during ) "
office _
20.69A. Balance May 1. 1917 ________________ 1011.22 and to all of the property mentioned and set BLACK .ROOF :
and all of them out of employment.The M. Darby supplies court house ____ .40 Warrants outstanding _______________12,537.29 forth in that certain contract and agreement
commissary of the mill was The attention of teachers and ad- J. P. omlinson co physician __________. 4.17 made and entered into on. the 20th MAY APPLE ROOT

among vanced students is hereby called to the DeWitt C Jones oil etc court house ____ 1.00J. Railroad bonds ...___________________ 5,750.00 day of May. 1916 by and twit betwen W. IL SENNA' LEA $
j the departments completely destroyedand F. Kickliter brooms etc court house.80 Bradford County. Starke May 1, 1917. Dowling and J. H. bowling of the one part,
with it a $10,000 stock of goods. excellent opportunities afforded them Drew Co.. fixtures court house ________ 13.50J. State of Florida.I and J. F. Gatlin and W. H. Gatlin copartners AND PEPSIN ,
by the Summer School of the University I.. Underhill 1 day com and mileage 4.80S. hereby certify that the foregoing statement using the firm name of W. H. by
T. fowling do __._________________ 6.20R. of the receipt sand disbursements of the fundsof Company of the other which Gatin" InLu.PostheeASAulmpr
of Florida which opens June 11th J. Andrews do ___________________ 8.20 Bradford County for the month of April, ment is recorded par public 1T ingei-
FORT MEADE.-Another big deal and continues for ten weeks. H.fl.Maydo ________________________ 5 60 1917. is true and correct to the best of my Bradford County. Florid and in record of ents making it tetter than
consummated this week wherein _______________ Records and thus combination
was The John J. Blackwelder do 9.20 knowledge and belief. Mise. on et seq CARA, tfie acts not
faculty is larger than usual, andis a wel a
M. Hart sold to the Consoli- W. T. WEEKS. every right and privilege of de onl a stimuling ratine and cathartic .
Charley composed of some of the most prom- Total _______________________________ 489.60 Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford fendants to cut and manufacture sid saw- but also tlfiigestive atd liver tonic.
dated Land Company of Jacksonville, inent educators of the state. Road and Bridge Fund ( CountyBy logs and cross ties the pine timber suitable a
through its president, Charles L. Moss Hewitt gen road work __________ 8.25 San A. WEEKS for saw-mill and for saw-IO in said con- Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAX-Fos
In addition to courses leading to I.. J. Wynn cutting out logs ._________ 1.50 R Deputy Clerk. tract and agreement 8 and standing combines strength witi palatable, aromatic -
Gaines, 6,000 head of cattle and 6,000 state, county and special certificates, I. slie & Dickert lumber ______________ 19.51 lying and being on those certain pieces and taste and does not disturb
acres of good grazing lands near this O. Hayne gen road work ___.________ 7.50 parcels of land situate in the counties of Brad. the gip
in this deal college courses will be offered in the Dudley Brown cutting out logs _______ 1.00L. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF FINAL ford and Alachua in the State of and C stomach. One .prove
place. The sum passed following i Biological Sciences, Chem- W. Sowell gen road work __________ 5.00 SETTLEMENT. particularly described 8 folow Florid LAX-Fos is inwJuab1t for qonstipaton.
was $135,000. Only last week $100,000 John Turner do _____________________ 75 NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8. Schedule Indigestion Vorpi-1 (.
Education
worth of timber lands were sold to istry, History, Mathematics I.. A. Wynn cutting out logs __________ 2.75 1917. I will present to the County Judge of Description Twp. R LivtsJ. Prce S.
Modern Languages and Psychology. I.. J. Wynn gen road work ____________ 3.25J. Bradford County. Florida, my final account NE', of SE4 _____________S. 6S 19E .
Alabama capitalists by Marion Dur- There will also be courses in commercial W. Batton lumber _________________ 14.84S. and vouchers of the estate of Calvin Mor deceased c. .
rance. Pretty soon after closing the D. Dukes gen road work _____.______ 7.75J. and apply for the approval CREEN'S I
subjects, manual training, ora- W. Batton hauling lumber __._______ 3.00 and for my final discharge a such administra AUGUST FLOWER.Has L
above big deal Mr. Hart purchased of tory and music. J. Clark cutting out log ______________ 25 been used for all ailments that 1
Vanderipe Brothers of Bradentown, 7- Henry Conner gen road work __________ 16.50J. tor.Dated this the 30tb day of March A. D. are caused by disordered ston 000 head of cattle for which he paid The University, out of its special W. Cannon lumber ________________ 52.00 1917. a : )
funds, is arranging for additional lecturers J. W. Cannon do ____________________ 74.00S. A. Z. ADKINS and inactive liver, such as sick headache -
$111,000. It is understood that other and a special week's institutefor B. Hubbard nails __________________ 3.70 Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott. de. constipation, sou. stomach, nervous -
big deals are pending in this commun- Covington Co.. clothing for convicts __ 7.50 ceased Starke. Fla. 3-30-6mo.- & Company ;
county superintendents and other Quire I.., Lumber Co.. lumber __________ 8.38T. indigestion, fermentaon of food :
ity. school officials. J Went gen road work ____________ 8.80T. palpitation of the heart caused by gas-
B. Rosier do ______________________ 15.5 BILL FOR DVORCE in the stomach. Flower is
Tuition will be free. .Board and In Circuit Court. Circuit of es August
Mr. Harper cutting out logs __________ .75
, DeLAND.-Dr. S. R. Love last week room $4 to $6 a week. M. A. Blackwelder repairing bridge __ 3.00 Florida. Hradfor County. a gentle laxative, regulates! dige'io'

began digging his potato crop. The For full particulars address H. W. J.James J. Blackwelder Clemons repairing 3 days road bridge insp..________ 6.00 1.45 Effice Varnedo vsWarren both in stomach and intcstits. ( INsuRJcE'jj jjStarke

doctor has 27 acres planted this year, Cox, Dean of the Teachers' College, C". S. Clyatt gen road work __________ 5.00 Varnedoe. arm sweetens the stomach and alimentary I
and the yield is proving very satis- Gainesville. T B. Rosier; repairing bridge etc ______ .75 Bill for Divorce. canal, stimulates th-3 liver t! se- I
J. B. __,___ Notice to Appear.To :
bowling feeding convicts 249.50J.
factory. The yield is averaging about B. Bowling pay of captain and guards 268.13J. Warren Varnedoe, Greeting: cute: the bile and impurities CN1 the :-: florida j

75 barrels to the acre, which will give B. fowling discharging 2 convicts __ 6.00J. Warren Varnedoe.It LJcod. 25 and 75 cent b:*'.: Sold ,

him 2,025 barrels. The potatoes are GIRLS! LEMON JUICEIS A.. B.L. Bowling Crews repairs supplies on for road convicts machinery____ 10.65A. 15.70 Defendant having Warren been shown Varnedoe by affidavit is a non-resident that the b', C. P Cason. I 4 4. :

mostly good size' and averaging well SKIN WHITENER D Andrews Merc. Co. supplies cony 30.80 I of the State of Florid. and that the residence --.- s.----- -. .w C
in No. 1's and No. 2's. The price of Weaver Drug Co. medicine for convicts 5.30J. of said and that there
H. Scarborough repairs to road mach 3.80R. is no person in the State of Florida. the service .
No. 3's is now $4.50 to $5.00 per bar- J. Andrews 17 days road insp ___... 34.00 of a subpoena upon whom would bind the r

rel, while No. l's are bringing about How To Make a Creamy Beauty Bradford Co. Bank interest on scrip __ 7.14J. said defendant and that said .defendant is
over the age of twenty- ne years.It
B. Dowling feed for mules and
$8. Two thousand bushels at only $5 Lotion For Few Cents. plies convicts _______________.___sup-... 147.87M. is therefore order. considered and ad- TEAM
per barrel will bring in $10,000 for a P. Matheny lumber ____-______.____ 4 28 judged that the Dfendant Warren' Varn- WQIKWINSH
this little alone. The same land P. B. Hunt do __ ._____________________ 8.85A. edoe, do appear t Bill of
crop L. Sullivan do ____________________ 4.50J. Complaint herein on or before the 2nd day of L
has already produced a yield of let- The juice of two fresh lemons strained A. Graves repairing bridge ________ 3.00 July. A. D. 1917. in default whereof a decree t

tuce and has corn now coming: on, the into a bottle containing three oun- Geo. E. Kelley\ do ____._______________ 3.00 pro confesso wi be entered against the said
It is ordered that this notice be
W. J. Epperson delivering ____
convicts 32 00
stalks being waist high. A hay crop ces of orchard white makes a whole E. D. Abernathy lumber ______________ 5.12 published in the Bradford County Telegraph, 'j
will finish off the year, and make the quarter pint of the most remarkable W. Crews repairing bridge ____.______ 7.75A. a newspaper published at Starke in Bradford 1
county Florida, once each week for eight con-
U Sullivan repairing bridge ______ 70.40
fourth crop. lemon skin beautifier at about the cost H. B. Weesa do ______________________ 31.12L. secutive weeks.IN .
one must pay for a small jar of the or- J. Wynn do ______________________ 6.25 WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto ,.
should betaken Blnxam Parrish cutting out logs ..____ 1 00 get my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir.
KEY WEST.-Bernard Roberts was dinary cold creams. Care J. L. Underhill 1 day road insp ________ 2.00T. cuit Court on ths; the 21st day of April. A. ? r
held up at the point of a gun by an to strain the lemon juice througha F. Mansell cutting out logs _______ .50 D. 1917. Pulling In single harness is a hart job, but.team

fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets in, S. T. Dowling frt on prison wagon ____ 38.86 W. T. WEEKS. work the heaviest load. .
unknown man at the home of his sister Roberts and Harrison gen road work __ 113.67J. (SEAL) Clerk. lightens j _

Wednesday night about midnight, the nthis lotion will keep fresh for W. Cannon lumber _________.______ 48.64 By R A. WEEKS,

and was relieved of $50. As told by months. Every woman knows that Isom Thomas repairing bridge _n_____ 1.00 4-27-81. Deputy Clerk. This bank is the team mate of its customers. It
bleach Quigley Lumber Co. lumber __________ 1.90
and
Mr. Roberts he was getting ready for lemon juice is used to remove 0\erstreet Hdw Co supplies convicts_ 5.60 MASTER'S SALE. cares for their savings pays them interest ontheir

bed and before turning out the such blemishes as freckles, sal- J. H. Wainright lumber _____________ 75.01 Notice is hereby given that under and by _
just lowness and tan and is the ideal skin I.. T. Teston gen road work __________ 12.00 virtue of a Final Decree of Foreclosure made deposits and does its share in lightening the loads of I _
light the door of his room opened anda Mallie Reggins do___________________ 5.50 and rendered May 2. 1917 by the Judge of ,
man with a cap pulled over his eyes softener, whitener and beautifier. H. D. May 1 day road insp ___________ 2.00S. the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Cir life.
walked Just try it! Get three ounces of T. Dowling 12 days insp roads ______ 24.00 cuit of J-'lorda. in and for Bradford County
appeared and with a gun in hand W. H. Griffin gen roadwork _________., 10.00 in chancer in favor of The American
over to the dresser, secured themoney orchard white at any drug store and Trt Company, a corporation administratorof Open an account with us and let's pull together. .

and made his getaway. The two lemons from the grocer and makeup Total ______________________________1634 67 the estate of G. F. Markiie. decease cornplanant. _
and Bar-
of this sweetly frag- Outstanding Idebtdne Fund against
pint
chief of police was notified Thursday a quarter W. 0. Tison inst on scrip ___________ 40.00 bara Roborts. defendants, the undersigned -
morning of the robbery but up to late rant lemon lotion and massage it daily Fine and Forfeiture Fund will oiler for sale before the courthousedoor

the next trace of the robber into the face, neck, arms and hands. 95 M. Cameron guard at jail ____________ 20.00 at Starke, florida between the legal hours BANK OF STARKE
day no Hulls Dept Store material for jail ______ 3.00 of sale on Monday 4, 1917. to the highestand
could be found. Two other attemptsat Mitchell Drug Store medicine for jail __ 4.35 best bidder for cash the following described _
robbery have been made in the same Whatever You heed General Tonic :Geo. A. Gardiner cost case John Walker 4.29 lands situated in Bradford County. Florida, -

Take Grove's W. J. Epperson do ____________________ 22.15 to-wit: STATCOUNTYANDCITY:
vicinity lately but the man escaped on |'Hattie White witness ________________ 3.20 Said land lying and being in the County ofBradford
both occasions, being seen but not iden- The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless < Millie Durant do __________________ 3.20 State of Florid to-wit: DEPOSITORY
tified. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a'Eva Dorsey do ______________________ 3.20 A one-fourth eual diviion according to the -
General Tonic because it contains the Joe Bailey do ________________________ 2.20 government survey southwest fourthP41
tonic of QUININ Will White do _______________________ 3.20 ( > of northt'at fourth (%) of Section twen STARKE FLA :
well known properties Clayton Cromady do __________________ 2.20G. ty-two (22)) Township five ((5)) South of range _
TAMPA.-Tampa's first steamship, aDd IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives W. Johns do ______________________ 4.60 twenty (22) east more particularly describedas
the Poughkeepsie is enroute to its out Malaria, Enriches the Etood and H. C. Crews __________________________ 3.20 follows: Commencing at the northwest
Builds up the Whole Systen *Q cents Bill Mitchell do nn___________________ 3.40 corner of the SW<4 of NEVJ, Section twenty- '
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FACE FOUR _n -- ..,. --- ----:, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAFKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY MAY 2.1911. .1J




I I Bradford. County Telegraph JUNE. (3th.Continued IS REGISTRATION From Page 1.) DAY. QUESTIONS YOU MUST ANSWER% ON I J. S.FInST'COTTOX Griner of Brooklyn BLOOM.one farmers of '!j I.have ous times ever known.next fall that.----our dt- '=-J


Bradford county's progressive -
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tificates always in their possession. All --..... *
t Published Weekly and entered as sec has the first cotton bloom of the -j "
persons of the designated ages must REGISTRATION CARDS JUNE 5TH. 14!2.1'JI-.Ilct ;
ond class matter at the post-office at exhibit their certificates when called season so far as the Telegraph has in- j ...1 1 -
,i. do formation. On last Tuesday Mr. Grin-j :' /''' :... .' A.u_ ] 1;
officer to so. :
Florida. by any police s""
Starke upon '
I, Place of Registration.-The place of --- er sent us a fully developed bloom Di.,-,, Tiq is.. _..- e ._ I
which he said the first he had ; : : =
was seen =- j'j;
p registration is the voting precinct at A careful study of the following :;
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner on his farm. "S.-. wTfcr,.,-, aSSC" :\
your domicile. Your domicile is your questions which will appear on your nor what you have done most of the frOU "......, ....._ ;'q=.'
H. E. LAGERGREX Associate Editor permanent home.Registration registration card will greatly assist time nor what you are best fitted todo. Many of the farmers are reporting -.,.... ".f",

of Absentees-Although the registrars on June 5th. Study the It asks what jour job is right forms, which indicates that bloom will i 't -4.

must be in the precinctof the State briefly "farmer" "mmer soon be plentiful. This sounds good j
GOOD CROP PROSPECTS. registrations questions. Prepare answers in flow. as The tablet form of this
that there will be old .
I domicile and although the burdenis mind. the "student," "laborer farm in because it signifies
your own From questions (on I reliable remedy makes -
1 The writer has lately had an opportunity i on you to see that your registrationis below you will see what you will be rolling mill in automobile wagon or some matured cotton in about 60 days I I ble for to check! it possL :'
visit portion of Bradi and when the staple is selling at 70 you any illness
to every i entered at your domiciliary precincton asked. other factory), etc. If you hold an
I p ford county and we found that the the prescribed day yet for your office under state or federal government cents a pound everybody is impatient at the very onset It is a safeguard -

farmers have responded nobly to thenation's convenience and to obviate the necessity Questions will be asked for you to name the office you hold. If you : to see it begin to move to market. If against coughs, cdds and

i.j' i call to produce food. Not only of your going home for the pur- answer in the order in which they appear are in one of the following offices or I things go well with the cotton plan I other catarrhal conditions, no
j used planted in this paper. These questionsare ters of Bradford county their will matter what
I : are the fields commonly pose of registration the following is employments use one of the names crop symptous are
! I but in many instances ground that j provided for the registration of absen- set out below with detailed infor- hereafter mentioned: be worth fully a million and a half I I manifest Catarrh is ,>n mjaamt

i I I' has lain fallow for years has been reinstated -'t ees. mation to help you answer them. "Customhouse clerk" "employed in dollars next fall. The movement of I tion of the mucous membrane that

.: and much new land has been (a) Immediately after the publication Do not write on, mark or otherwise the transmission of mails," or "em- the crop will begin about the middle of i' the lines the breathing apparatus and
All the mutilate these instructions. Do not August and last for 90 days. digestive apparatU' FSRTJNi:
: broken up and planted. crops of the president's proclamationthere ployed in an armory arsenal or navy reVeres catarrh.
them. should be Int.iblet3rmitS
j look well. will be a supply of registration remove They care- yard" "mariner actually employed in I There is every indication that Bradford -

, ;! From the frequency of women and L blanks at the office of the county clerkof fully read so that you will have your the sea service of citizen .merchant I county will see the most prosper- I EVER-READY-TO-TAKE

children in the fields it may be surmised every county in the United States answers ready. when you go before the within the United States." Its prompt action ttakw it |in.

j that every farmer is cultivating all and at the office of the city clerk of every registrars.All 8. whom ? Where I valuable for men ain wofoen
By employed ex
employed
land he capable of. Yet all the I answers will be written on the r LASSIFIE'dl' posed to sudden
I I the city of 30,000 population or over. ? D----i change? in the
' crops are well tended and one neverpasses I (bj The county clerk or in the case registration l"ard. in ink by'the registrar weather or compelled to be out in
little who should be careful to spell all If you are working for an individual ADVERTISING slush and rain. cIt
a field but that one or more of cities of 30,000 or over the city clerkis I
I stirred names correctly and to write legibly. firm, corporation or association, state I will also be founl
couds of dust are seen up i authorized to record the answers cf mat satis-
I by the plows. Even the colored farmer persons absent from their domiciliary I. Name in full. Age in )"ears. its name. If in business for yourself, factory as a tonic following! aa it.
I so state. If officer of the FOR RENT Small house close the tack of illness.
are an to
you
I : who as a rule pays little attention county and to certify to their registration This means all your names spelledout I
has his clean. I state or federal government say Park. Apply to D. W. Manning, j
i : to cultivation crops cards. in full. I CARRY A Bok:
\.hether office is under the United
I i At this writing the ground is ratherf (c) Upon application by you your State your age today in years only. your Starke. .4 5183t. i wherever you go. Tra/eleistadoiheriee..
, : dry but the crops had a good start and L I card will be made out by the clerk Disregard additional months or days. States, the state, the county, or a mu- pelled to take tool drives IT. t.b" cold &Gel

' i careful cultivation will keep them I turned over to you, and by you it must Be prepared to say "19," or "23," not nicipality. In answer to the questionas FOR SALE-Rose No. 4 seed Irish potatoes the anyone danger whose of sudden occupation colds mbjeru Kay use him kiu II.

I' 1. growing. I be mailed in time to reach jour domiciliary "19 yrs. 3 mos.," or the like. to where you are employed give the $1.60 per bushel. D. W. preventive with the a3sura.ee that the

;I The frequency of half decayed vege- I precinct by the day set for registration. 2. Home address. town, county and state where you are Moore, Theressa, Fla. 5-25-tf. as tablet the?liquid made mfd.cine are from with the *a june 41 formularY,ears 01

I i tation in the soil shows that the farmers i working. access before the American Pl.t-Iie. V
J This means the place where
I did not burn off their: fields be- (d) Therefore as SOON as practic- 'have permanent home, not you the 9. have you a father mother wife FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-The Tit Prrna Ctipur. CJ.-k., m;.
I fore 'breaking '! but saved the val- able after the president's your child under sister brother
j up proclamationis place you work. Be prepared to give 12 or a or best paying proposition in Starkefor --
!: uab!< vegetable matter. It is always a L published go to the office of the under 12 solely! dependent upon -
t the jou farm if taken
I address in this way: 32 Main St., good at once. Apply -
{ good policy to plow it under but it is; j jj sheriff (or city clerk) in the countyor Chicago, Cook county, Illinois;" that for support (specify hich)? at Starke House Starke.

j! so now more than ever before, on ac- ( city over 30,000)) in which you may is, give number and name of street Conider; your answer thoughtfully.
i ctmt of the scarcity of fertilizer. De- be and have :your registration 'card fill- Optician
the first, then town, then county and state., If it is true that there is another FOR SALE-One large horse, works Tested
vegetable matter enriches ed and certified. Then
1 caycd mail the same mouth than which alone 1.mv1Il?
own ii
3. Date of birth. your you well anywhere. Will sell for
moisture cheap
soil ,r.d enables it .to retain addressed to: '
t i
have
from the air I Write a duty to feed do not let your cash or trade for a Ford car. W. M.Bryan Broker Urxaea Duplicated
f and to gather nitrogen The Registrar your birthday (month day military ardor interfere with the wish
5ame
I Another pleasing feature is that the ,II -------_________ '(,met. and year) on a piece of paper before of the nation to educe war's miseryto Starke. Wt Specialize ra,1 Day Order u f.etitllcd. ; 1 (
011 We :
I cotton is much I Your home I going to and Paj Posht I IV
proportion of corn to precinct. registrar, give the paperto a minimum. On th" other hand, unless I 140 W. roIlSYT'04 St

: greater than ever before even in the Care of Sheriff____County, -___State.If him the first thing. Example: "Au the person you have in mind is I _

sections of the county where cotton your permanent home is in a city gust 5. 189.1." solely dependent upon you, do not hide ;::::=- --=='--. :.

used to be supreme. Pinders are seen of 30,000 or over, send the card in care If you do not remember the year, behind petticoats or children.

everywhere and cowpeas, which for of the mayor. If you do not know the start to answer as you would if some- General Insurance! ''I

merly were planted only for family use number or name of your home precinct one asked you your birthday as "Au- 10. Married or single (which) ? Reasons I
: Race (specify which) ? represent none bur FIRST
are now at times occupying whole address the card as above, andwrite gust 5th. Then say "on my birthdaythis

fields. Near the villages along the also on the envelope which you year I will be (or was)-years This does not ask whether you were CLASS companies find will be. .1

railroads Irish potatoes beans cabbage have so addressed: old." The registrar will then fill in the once married, but whether you are Why you should use constantly on the a'-ert to pro.

sweet corn etc., are being har Registration card of ____ ___ year of birth. Many people do not car married now. In answer to the ques- Cardui the woman's mote your interests. Guarantee ,

I vested for shipment and huge planting Street and Xo.u__" ry in mind the year they were born. zion as to your race, state briefly I have tonic, for your troubles, I courteous treatment to all pa i
been
!, ... of tomatoes are riueninz. Patches P. 0. or R. F. D.__ ____ .__ This may be obtained by the registrar whether "Caucasian" "Mongolian," thousands of letters shown from in trons. A well written policy by J

of tomatoes are s en'on every hand Enclose a self-addressed stamped by subtracting the age in years on I Negro," "Malayan," or "Indian." actual users cf this medicine a first-class agent in a first. ,

which Wans that this healthful and envelope with your registration card this Har's birthday from 1917. 11. What military service hare jou I who speak from class company sometimes:
meant
nourishing fruit will be canned in for your registration certificate. Failure had? Rank? Branch personal experience. If _
4., Are you (1) a natural born citizen ? Years? Nationor much in case of loss by fire. ;.
great quantities. to this the results obtained
get certificate may cause ; (2) a naturalized citizen State? by
On account of the many shipmentsof you serious inconvenience. ; (3) an I other women for so many
alien; (4) or hate you declared your No matter what have been H. C. RICHARD Starke '
cattle from the county it might appear Registration of Persons at Sea and intention country you served, years so unIformly ,
to become
a citizen? (specify must give complete information. good, why not
you ,
:
I that very few can be left but Abroad.Male! persons within the 'des which). =-
give Cardui trial?
such is not the case. Cattle are abun- ignated ages who, on account of absence In answering these questions, first I a

dant and generally in good condition. at sea or on account of absence (1)) If you were born in the United I name your rank, using one of the following I Take I'" WORDS FROM HOME r

'j Pigs are also seen in large numbers, without the territorial limits of the States, including Alaska and Hawaii I, words: "Commissioned officer"

and the bountiful crops of corn, pin- :i United States may be unable to com- you are a natural born citizen, no mat- [ "Noncommissioned officer." "Private." Statements That May B. I-nestigitfi, I

.- t ders and potatoes will fatten them ip ply with the regulations herein ter what may have been the citizenship I Next state branch in which you served ,

l the fall. While velvet beans are not i to absentees will, within pertaining five- or nationality of your parents. If you in one of the following words: "Infan CARDUI Testimony of Starke Citizens. ,
( I '."
: so plentiful as they should be, there [days after reaching the first United were born in Porto Kico you are a I try," "cavalry," "Artillery" ":\Iedi- l<
i'citizen !If the United States cal," "'sigonal'iation. When a Starl citizens comes to the 6
j will be plenty of rough forage of one I States port register with the unless "Supply, ?
t I I kind and another to* put the beef cat- I"'registration board or as herein proper i I you were born of alien parentage. If "Marine," "Navy." Next state the The Woman's TonicMrs. front telling hij friends anJ neighbors :(

tie in good condition for butchering. : vided for other absentees. pro- jyou were born abroad. you are still a number of years' service not counting of his experience, you ran rely on his J!

,. t It looks as if every farmer in thecounty | Before completing the registrationcards citizen i of the United States if your time spent in the resene. Finally, Alary J. Irvin of! sincerity. The statement of people I

t I'! wilf have produce to sell after I. of such persons the proper city :{ father was a citizen of the United name the nation or state you served. If Cullen Va., writes: residing in far away pies do not

: I the family needs are supplied. But or county clerk will require of them II States at the time you were born, unless you served under the United Statesor "About II I I I command your confidence.: Home endorsement .-
an I years ago t
: w hether he has anything to sell or not, affidavit stating the cause of their you have expatriated yourself. one of the states of the United suffered is the kind that backs V
absence -I untold
the advantage of having enough to live which affida\ it will be forwarded )i ((2) You are a naturalized citizen States nameyour* service in one of misery I Doan's Kidney Pills. Su
It on, now when the prices of all kinds I to the registration board of the jl j I if you have completed your naturalization : the following terms: "National guardof with female trouble bear- is convincing. Investigativn proves it >

of produce are so high and likely to I I sons' domiciliary precinct to be filed per- 4 ; that is, if you h ive "taken final ( such and such a state)," "Militiaof ing-down pains headache true. Below is a statemen4of a Starke. "f'

j become higher is a great blessing. |with. the registration card. j I I I papers." But you are not a citizen if ( such and such a state)," "Volun- numbness I resident. No stronger r..vf of merit :; j I

This year will show every farmer what Training camps schools you have only declared your intention teers of United States" or "Regular would go for three weeks can be had. j JI

he really can do if he tries to do his 'and other similar institutions.colleges Per. to become a citizen (that is, if you Army (Navy) of United States." almost bent double I W. W. Baisdcn says: "I sed Doan'i V ,:t j

best, and in many instances their e yes' sons absent from their homes at-train.- in have only "taken out first papers") ; 12. Do you claim exemption from My husband went to Dr. I Kidney Pills about four years ago for 'I

will be opened to the fact that they ing camps, schools colleges or othei. clarant.the latter" case you are only a "de [draft ? Specify grounds. for Cardui kidney complaint. They did me a '

never before even "half tried" to farm. similar institutions will be treated After taking about two world of good curing ali symptoms I

i Thus the law of compenationvhih, absentees and should register as. You are also a naturalized citizen if, Because you claim exemption from bottles I promptly. Iy back was strengthened
as began
as soon as it shuts one door, opens scribed for absentees. However pre for although foreign born your) father'or draft, it by no means follows that,you around going and I felt better in every way.1Price ;: 'I
and
another will work to put the farmingof their convenience, the ,clerk surviving parent became fully natural are exempt. For the information of when I took 50c at all dealers. Don't :

the county on a better footing in the clerks of cities of 30,000 county or over or ized while you were under 21 years of the war department you should makea three bottles I could do simply ask for a kidney remedy-get ;J:
"
future. authorized to deputize are age and if you came to the United claim now if you intend to prosecute all my work. E-& Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that 1
.
person to certify to the a registration competent States under 21. it. Some persons will be exempted on cured Mr. Baisden. FosterMilburnCo.

BUY A LIBERTY BOND. I I cards of non-residents in such institutions (3) You are a declarant if, although account of their occupations or offices .Ih. ., Props., Buffalo N. Y. ((32)
'r a citizen or subject of some some on account of the fact that
(s it patriotic to purchase these (but not to furnish registration: foreign have they "'
bonds? :;ertificates or to register such countryfi you have declared on oath relatives dependent upon them = ;
persons) .
before
a naturalization for support. Your ;; --
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and to court intention answer -- --- V
Yes; every American who subscribesto furnish a sufficient supply of your touching 'w -- ::
cards to do to become a citizen of the Unit-I i; these things will be important in ] I '
the It
justice of the course of the United so. must be'borne in ed States. sup-
mind that Receipt from the clerk of porting the claim intend 1
States in entering and conducting such registration must be the you now to
V the made a sufficient length of : court of the certified copy of such make in your answer to the present do
war we are now engaged in should time before so .t
declaration
subscribe to the Liberty Loan Bond issue the date set by the president for reg first is" often called "taking out questions. Be sure therefore that the .Why many

t to the extent of his or her financial i istration to enable such student to mail if papers. You are not a declarant grounds you now state are in conform- /

ability. the cards as stated in section 64; that your first paper was taken out after ity with your answers to questions 7 people to
t the September 26, 190C and is and 8. In go
Every American who subscribes to burden of registration in his own 7 more than stating grounds you claim I

the belief that an American should domiciliary precinct is on every man; years old. as exempting you, use one of the following .:::.

stand by his or her country should sub- and that persons in this class must see. fall((4)) You are an alien if you do not terms: If you claim to be an the i 1{
within
'" scribe to the Liberty Loan Bond Issue. to it at their peril that their registra above one of the three classes executive legislative or judicial officer I I

Every American who loves America tion cards are in the hands of the registrar mentioned. of the state or nation, name your office Andrews

V and is jealous of America's honor i of their domiciliary precinct at j. Where were you born and say where it is an office of the : Mercantile Company 1.

should subscribe to the Liberty Loan the time prescribed in the presidents I First state or nation. If you claim to be a I
proclamation. I! name the town, then the state, member of a religious sect whose l
Bond issue. The real success of the then the creed at the Brick Store? /
country as "Columbus forbids its I
loan is to be more determined by the Jails reformatories and penitentiar- "Vienna Ohio; members to participate in i ;

number of Americans participating in i ies.-While felons will be considered "Sofia Austria"; "Paris France;" war in any form simply name the sect. I ., .
Bulgaria.
it than by the amount subscribed. The 1 morally unfit for military service and If you are employed in the transmission I .. .

". spirit of the nation is going to be will not be drafted, those within the 6. If not a citizen of what country of the United States mails or as I The reason is to see all the new goods. They are

judged abroad especially by our enemies I designated ages will in every case, be are jou a citizen or subject? an artificer or workman in an armory ; *
certainly well
registered. Inmates arsenal or navy yard of the worth seeing.
more by the number of its Amer- of pentitentiarieswill This need be United I
ican men and women who support this be registered by the warden thereof and declarants.answered only by aliens I States or if you are a mariner employed Ii I

:, Ixwd issue than by the mere amount of on the day set for registration and clarant" is not Remember that a "deI I in the sea service of any citizen or I You can get anything that you call for there and

money subscribed. the required reports will l he renrprpJ! United States yet a citizen of the 1 nerchant within the United States so i EVERY THING is GOOD too.
If
-- -" :
an alien decla- state. .
I or
-- jto the Adjutant General, but will not rant, state :, IfYu, are a felon or otherwise
"T Some people to fear that the by him the name of your county, as morally deficient I
seem be entered on the consolidatedstate "France," and desire to claim i They sell FLOUR at a CLOSE price and to
"Japan try
V making of large loans to several of report. The registration cards "China etc. exemption on that ground state !

the European nations is likely to cause will be kept by the warden and not 7. What is jour present trade, occupation ground briefly. If you claim physical your !! I keep in stock what the farming people use.

a money scarcity in our own country. consolidated: with county records. The; or office? disability, state that briefly. If you Among other V
The reverse is true. The money loan- copies thereof will he forwarded claim exemption on other things BACON, SUGAR, RICE,
the any
to This does not ask what ground, I:
,\ od to the nations across the Atlantic j Adjutant General and will not be con- you once did state your grounds briefly. HAY OATS and SWEET FEED.

E. will practically all be spent in this : solidated with the cards of the state, V

; country for provisions and war muni- but will be kept in a separate file. ment" and They line of
I!I send them without affixing carry a STETSON hats and the BEST
tions. It simply means that the i. Persons awaiting trial and misde'meanants a stamp. TURNER BUYS n.\I Enr.

wealthy people will furnish; the money !' are not to be treated as fel- The sick.-Persons, who J. 0. suits made. V

I for these loans and that the money will I ons. The inmates of jails and reformatories of sickness are unable to on account of Turner for a number of years .\
\hE' spent with the producers and manufacturers who present themselves owner the bakery in Starke, has All kinds of
are not felons DRESS
will be for registration on the day set !bought the business: back GOODS, SILKS AII DY
the The from
of
country. treated W.
process absentees .ji M.
as and will be by the
president will
make in registered cause some competent Bryan and is again in charge. BLOUSES. All kinds of
should money more plentiful and their cards forwarded to After HARDWARE and FARM
person to apply to the selling
the United States than it has ever their county I out here Mr. Turner went to IMPLEMENTS.
domiciliary f
precinct as provided r or city clerk for
J a copy of the card and Waycross, la., hut has I
All farmers have to do
!been. our now in sections 5fi and fi-1, except that the for authority to fill it out ( Starke'to returned to .I
including
reside
to insure the best times they have warden permanently. I II
ever.. or jailer will obtain the necessary the registrar's report on the V II
known is to make the soil yield thestaple back I
4 cards from the sheriff thereof DON'T MISS
or otherexecutive ). If satisfied that SEEING
the
case is Clear I THE NEW STOCK
,S products. The money will be officer and certify to the registration bona-fide, the clerk will Away the Waste. i
: forthcoming for them. The opinion ofV and assist prisoners in deputize the Bowel regularity is the secret of IlL b
for- person applying for the i ;OFHATS I
is that the of ,, card to make good health bright ;;
this growth highly
clear
I paper warding the cards to their domiciliary out the card and the registrar's eyes complexions ; I

4 perishable products ought to be con-i,t precincts. Cards for such registration I i first carefully explaining the report Pills and Dr. King's New Life -
card. The are a mild and
reduced. Staple products in gentle laxative H i -
sidorably are jails penitentiaries i \
I and reformatories card will then be mailed by the that regulates the
I sick bowels
I bringing fancy prices and they are saf- will be and relieves :
supplied by the the
governor person or delivered by his cpngested intestines Andrews
er. We would not advise our berry : from the state surplus supply. In for- the registrar of the sick person's agent vot-to the accumulated wastes without by removing I i. Mercantile Company!

1 growers to abandon berries altogether warding prisoners' cards to the'proper. ing precinct as described for ing.i Take a pill before ripI I ,
cards of retiring and "
:, but we do advise that they do not make registration precincts, wardens and I absentees. The sick will that heavy head that dull spring fever
them their sole dependence. Grow plenty jailers person enclose I feeling Raiford Fla.
V may mark the inclosing envelope a self-addressed stamped envelope disappears. Get Dr. King's A.

< of staples. "Official Business, War Depart- for a registration certificate1..11 New Life Pills at your druggist, only I ; .. i .
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FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PACK FIVE

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DEATH OF MRS. HAZEL. ALDERMAN-BRADLEY. t.
I r|Cess. TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR
I I I I The large concourse of people who
I Mrs. M. V. Hazel died at the homeof Mr. T. J. Alderman, of this city, and :,had assembled-early on this memorable NASTY CALOMEL
1 1B.
Bits of LocalInformation i her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Daugherty, Miss Maybelle Bradley, of Lake Butler I occasion will attest to his popularity I
of Fitzgerald, Ga., Thursday, May 17, were married last Sunday after- !las I a citizen, for he is an exemplary Starts Liver Without Mak
and the remains were interred at that noon at 4:30 o'clock at the home of :\Ir.G. membert]i I of the Missionary Baptist your .
place Friday. W. Alderman in Lake Butler. The i I church and Mason of high standing.Of ing Ycu Sick and Can- ;
t II The deceased was born at Charleston marriage ceremony was performed by I, near relatives nearly all were pres- not Salivate.
S. C., about 70 years ago, and was Rev. L. A. Rawls, pastor of the Lake ent. His three sons, Messrs. Ira W.
II c..1ttI 0. ?..,, .. -'rum.11 .n1 before her marriage Miss Margaret Butler Baptist church, in the presenceof I,. Pinholster, Jr., wife and son, Guy of Every druggist in town-your drug-
f".NII W c.retr _1l4 r..... Jeffords. When reaching woman's estate a small company of relatives.Mr. Brooker, J. W. L. and J. A. Pinholster, irist and everybody's druggist has no-
she was married to Mr. John T. Alderman is an employee of the of Belmore, and daughter, Mrs. R. J. ticed a great falling off in the sale
Hazel, of Charleston. They moved to Bradford County Abstract Company, Olliver, and four daughters, Misses of calomel. They all give the same
':-- Savannah, Ga., thento Hampton, this of this city, and is a well known and Mamie, Irene, Willie Mae and Canty, reason. Dodson's Liver Tone i.i taking
J. Sapp, of New River, was a vis Mrs. E. T. Campbell is visiting Dr. county. Mr. Hazel died eleven years very popular young citizen. His brideis Rev. A. J. Pinholster and family of its place. $
i or to Starke Monday. and Mrs. H. G. Denison at Lake Al- ago, and since then his widow took up a former resident of Detroit, Mich., Brooker, Miss\ :Mary: Thomas, of Bel- "Calomel is dangerous and people
fred. Before returning home :Mrs. her abode in Starke, where she owneda ; but for the past two years has been a more, Mr. ,A. V. Prevatt, of Green know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is
Justice B. L. Blanchard, of Lawtey, Campbell will visit in Loughman and home on Broadway street. About member, of the Lake Butler High Cove Springs, D. D. Dukes and wife, perfectly safe and gives better results -
vas in Starke Saturday. Orlando. six months ago :Mrs. Hazel went to School faculty. During her residencein Clifton Richard and Mr. Wilson, of ," said a prominent local drug-
live with her daughter, Mrs. Daugh- Lake Butler she has endeared her- Alachua, J. R. Mott\ and family, Gro- gist. Uodson's Liver Tone is person- .

Mr. A. Z, Adkins left Tuesday for a Last Sunday a party composed of erty, at Fitzgerald, and ended her days self to a large circle of friends by her ver Sapp, wife and child, Mr. and Mrs ally guaranteed by every druggist who I
business trip to Washington. Mr. J. M. Alvarez and family Mr. C. there. The cause of her death was a many graces of character.Mr. Roy Dubpse, of Worthington, Columbus sells it. A large bottle costs 50 cents, t
A. Marks and family, Mr. G. C. Livingston general breaking down on account of and Mrs. Alderman have apartments Bielling and family, Miss :Mae: and if it fails to give easy relief in ,
Mr. Wm. Starling, of Lawtey, was i and family, Messrs. Willie old age. at the Hopson residence,on Wal- shallar and sister, of Providence, R.II. every case of liver sluggishness and
in town Monday. Stringfellow and Allan Canova enjoyed The deceased- is survived by one son, nut street and will reside in Starke for Green and family, Purvis Mott and constipation, you have only to ask for
an automobile trip to Jacksonvilleby Mr. J. J. hazel'of Palatka, and seven the present, though it is their intentionto Tom Hall, of Lake Butler, :Mrs.: Alice your money back. ; .
The Young Trading Comapny have way of Melrose, Palatka, St. Au- daughters, namely, Mrs. Ben Johns, of move to a large farm in the western Sparkman and grand daughter Miss\ :Dodson's Liver Tone is a pjeasant-
shipped two carloads of cross-ties this gustine and Pablo Beach, taking din- Starke, ]'lrs.I.. E. Mora, of Cortez, part of the county next fall. Mr. Al- Alice Agin, of Starke, Dr. W. E. Mid- tasting, purely vegetable remedy, I l
week. ner at the latter place, and returning Mrs. Lula Barker, of Glen St. Marys, derman and his father recently boughtthe dleton and Leaston Wynn, with their harmless to both children and adults.
home the same evening. Mrs.\ T. W. Pinder, of Jacksonville, Sebron Dobson farm, consisting of interesting families, accompanied by Take a spoonful at night and wake ;>t
Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr., of Crandall, Mrs. E. W. Guttenburger, of St. Louis, B40 acres, and he will engage in farm- Mrs. Golda] :Mae: Jones, a sister of Mrs. up feeling fine; r.o biliousne-ls} sick It .
is visiting at the home of her son, Mr. CAMP FIRE GIRLS AT HOPSON'S. Mo., and Mesdames Bruce Burton indC. ing there on a large scale. Middleton, of Hampton, :Mr.: and Mrs headache, acid stomach or constipated
L. A. Davis. E. Daugherty, of Fitzgerald, Ga., S. B. Cason, Mrs. B. J. Sapp and son, bowels. It doesn't gripe or; cause
I Do not fail to the Waselandeu also by fifteen grandchildren.' She: had Rev. W. F. LaRowe, pastor of the Math, Will Andrews, wife and child, inconvenience all the next day like
Last week Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Free Camp Fire Girls see on Friday evening, since her youth been a member of the Christian church, returned home Wed- of New River, :Mr.: and Mrs. D. W. Pin- violent calomel. Take a dose pf calo-
man attended a meeting of the. medi- June 1st, at Hopson's Theatre. Fifteen Christian! church and faitluuny followed nesday afternoon from Brooker, wherehe holster and daughters, :Misses: Lou mel today and tomorrow you will feel
cal association at Atlantic Beach. girls of the and five little folks the precepts of the Master, being: delivered temperance lectures Mon- Amanda and :Marie: of Lake Butler, weak, sick and nauseated. D n't losea
will camp an unusually fine musical sympathetic and generous and always day and Tuesday evenings in the Bap- Dr. and :Mrs.: L. L. Lamb and daughter, day's work! Take Dodson, Liver
present rtady to aid where help needed. tist church. Mr. LaRowe will Marie of Brooker, !Mrs. L. F. Godwin,
Alfred Starling, of Lawtey, was in comedy. This entertainment is for was preach Tone instead and feel fine, full of vigor
town Wednesday. I the benefit of the Camp Fire Girls. She had a large circle of friends who next Sunday morning on the subject, Mrs. M. C. Pinholster, Clyde Ward, and ambition. ((14-5%
II I join the bereaved relatives in mourn- "The Wandering Boy," and the sub- Mr. J. G. Colson, T. L. Godwin and
Admission
15 and 2o cents.
:Mallory Jones, of Jacksonville, was I ing her departure.The ject of his discourse at the evening ser- family, Maria, Leila Mae and Troy An- EXAMINATION DATES FOE
in Starke the first of the week visiting i MRS. WEEKS ENTERTAINS READING vice will be "Is Christ Divided?". He drews, Mr. and Mrs. Ury Johns, Mrs. TEACHERS COME ON JUNE 12
relatives and friends. CIRCLE. Rev. M. M. Fryer is attendingthe : will leave next :Monday: for Jackson- Ida Rouse, Messrs. P. S. and F. L. Col- fl
74th Annual Council of the Diocese ville to conduct a to weeks' revival son, with their respective families. Under the new legislation, which has
Miss Estelle Lanier writes from Val- Iof Florida now.in session at Christchurch meeting. Last but not least, Mr. D. J. Byrd, {just been enacted by the state[legislature -
karia, her present residence, that she :I At her home on N. Walnut street, I Pensacola. Mr. Fryer was one (Uncle Dan), one of the most promi- I a change in the date of the teach-
will return to Starke about June 1st. Thursday afternoon, Mrs. R. A. Weeks of the guests at a reception given Having completed his term as prin- nent citizens of Graham.At i ers' examinations has been made.Theso
very pleasantly entertained the read- last night at the San Carlos Hotel in cipal of the Brevard County High the announcement of dinner the examinations have always l"n; held

Ancel Cone, the Lake Butler tie man, ing circle of the 1t'thodistlissionary celebration of Dr. Edwin G. Weed's School at Titusville! Prof. T. J. Pop- large and heavily laden tables were !on the first Tuesday after the first
was renewing acquaintances in Starke Society.Mrs. thirtieth anniversary as Bishop of the pell is visiting his parents in Starke. conceded to be the most sumptuousfeast j Monday in June. Under the new law
Saturday. Emily Philips was the leader Diocese.A ever spread on a like occasion. they will be held on the first Tuesday .
'or the afternoon and the subject un- Ice cream was also in abundance. Four (i after the second Monday in June. This .-
State Attorney A. V. Long is attending der discussion was "Development of GREAT LEAGUE SERVICE SUNDAY PINE HILL. large churnfuls were served. I I j will cause the examinations to he held -
circuit court in Gainesville this Education in the South." After the NIGHT. This feast, unlike that of Belshazzer, (I Tuesday, June 12, this year. I
of the had Last Sunday, :May: 20th, was one Those who desire take th.-
week. literary portion program of was of the Lord, for the sick and needyin i to examination -
been disposed of, music was enjoyed, the most festive days at Pine the neighborhood not forgotten i t please take notice, If'
Every officer of our Senior Epworth Hill in many years, the occasion beinga were -
and at he close of the afternoon :Mrs.
.Mrs. U. G. Turner, of Jacksonville, League is cordially invited to visit our family reunion and birthday dinnerof but baskets were filled to over- j E. R. POPPELL; Z
Weeks served her
with
spent last Friday with hr sister, :Mrs.: salad guests a tempting parsonage on Friday of this week, and the Hon. I. W. Pinholster, Sr., a flowing with the good things to eat and Superintendent.Muscle .
A. Z. Adkins. \ course. arrange with Mrs. Barr for the great man who enjoys the distinction of having delivered by automobile, and others e
SUPPER AT UNION CHAPEL.On league meeting to be conducted in the served four years in the; army of were made to rejoice and be glad. !Soreness Rt'lipvh.
Mrs. Marion Parker returned Tues- Methodist church Sunday night. Let the Southern Confederacy, besides This occasion was the celebration of Unusual work, bending and liftingor
day from Jacksonville, where she had no officer fail in tnis very important serving his county as a representativein Mr. Pinholster's 71st birthday. He is strenuous exercise Is a strait on the
been a patient in St. Vincent's hospi- Friday evening the Woodmen of matter. Our subject is, "The EpworthTree. the halls of legislation with creditto quite hale and hearty for one of his muscles, they become sore and stiff,
tal the World at Union Chapel gave a sup- ." It is "Anniversary Day Ser- himself and honor to his constitu- years and looks much younger, but at you are crippled and in pain. Sloan's
per for the benefit of their camp., vice," and this same great program ents. Mr. Pinholster is one of the ear- this time he is a little indisposed on Liniment brings you quick relief, easy
Get you a safety deposit box in a :Mrs. John Ellington and her compe- will be rendered in all our thousandsof ly settlers of this county, having moved account of a recent attack of sickness.As to apply and it penetrates the pores a
fireproof vault for your: papers and tent committee served a bountiful and Epworth Leagues. here from Liberty county, Ga., when the shades of night were approaching without rubbing and drives out the
valuables at the Bradford County Bank very delicious supper, after which the Friday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, at quite young. lie is also a man of ex- all repaired to their homes, wish- soreness. A clear liquid ;cleaner
toast master of the occasion, Rev. T. Methodist church, a meeting of all ceptional ability as a workman in wood ing their host many more happy birth- than mussy' plasters or ointments, it
Mrs. J. C. Robinson and children L. Z. Barr, spoke to the gathering.Mrs. the boys and girls of Methodism in and iron. He can stand in his own days. does not stain the sKin or dolt the

left Wednesday for Jasper, where j Barr sang as a solo, "I'll go Back this city will be held to lay plans for doorway and view several fine residences There were more than 100 persons for pores.the Always and have aches a of bottln rheumatismgout handy JI
they will visit relatives and friends. ,i to Dear Old .Dixie," accompanied by Children's Day. Parts will be assigned the work of his own hands, but present and eleven automobiles were I lumbago pains grippe, bruits!< stiffness t
Miss Myra Barr, and the evening dos- to our young people and childrenat his chosen avocation has been farming parked in front of the house, besidesa backache and all exturul pain. .
Miss Ella May Long went to Gainesville ed with a cordial social season. I this meeting, and all are requestedto which has crowned his life with sue- large number of horses and buggies. I At your druggist, 25c. | (3) ";.1
yesterday to visit her friend, MissAla r be present and get their part on the : i
Hiers. I BAPTIST CHURCH. very beautiful program which will be __ n _____ __ __ ____ _n_____ !
I rendered in the near future. Let none .- -- --- .1P1It" - - - -- -
- - - - .
The Ensey cottage, corner Madisonand I Miss Price spoke at the morning of our young folk stay away-as this
Cherry streets, is being enlarged :;hour last Sunday on Sunday school I will mean the missing of your part.
and repaired. ;!work. The pastor preached in the Mrs. Barr will speak Sunday morn- N. T. RITCH, Pres. W. T. Week Vice-Pre J. H. RITCH, Cashier
I evening. ing at 11 o'clock on "The Hope of Our ,
The Boy Scouts enjoyed a hjke last j There will be the usual services next Nation." A cordial invitation is ex-
Wl'dnesdayaftt'rnoon. They were accompanied -'Sunday morning and evening, to which tended to everybody to be present at
by Scoutmaster, T. II. the public is cordially invited. this service, and also enjoy the great Bradford BankBradford
Halligan.Mr. Rev. J. L. Weeks, of Terre Haute, League service at 7:45 in the evening.T. County

Indiana, an old' friend of the pastor, ., L. Z. Barr, .
Arthur Green, of Jacksonville, will preach on Sunday morning. Come Pastor.
representing the Virginia Paper Co., and hear him.
paid the Telegraph office a call Wed- The "Everybody" social given by Miss M. H. Sistrunk, of Rockmart, County's Financial Stronghold.
nesday.Mr. the Baptist young people at the tennis Ga., who arrived a few days ago for a
court last Friday evening was an en- visit with her brother, will probably
G. M. Robinson, representingthe joyable affair. Everything was free remain in Starke permanently, having Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank;
Culler Co., Jacksonville, was in to everybody. accepted a position as operator with
town Monday. Mr. Robinson is a boos- the Western Union Telegraph Company at close of business May 1st 1917.

ter and owner of Starke property. LAKE BUTLER. Miss Sistrunk will have chargeof
the down town telegraph office.
Miss Kate Epperson, of Lake Butler, RESOURCES UABIUTIES
Cecil Ritch, of St. Petersburg, and Iris (Continued From Page 8.)
LONG BRIDGE.Mrs. Loans and Discounts $152,740.32 1 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00
Epperson were visitors of Vivirette Dr. Henry Carver, of Alachua, wasa
Floyd last week. visitor here last week. Bradford County School Warrants 27,207.07 Surplus fund 10,000.00

Mrs. E. L. Odom and grand son, Ce- M. S. Hayes, of Bunnell, is visiting Town of Starke Bonds 2,000,00 Undivided profits, less expenses paid 6.076.85Cashier's
Mrs. J. 0. Haynes has returned home cil Ritch, of St. Petersburg, are the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 J J J checks outstanding I 1,119.15 J J
after a lengthy stay in St. Augustinewith guests of Prof and Mrs. F. G. Schell. Crews, this week. r
her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Grant. They were visiting Sheriff and :Mrs. I Miss Alma Howard, of Macclenny:, is All other Real Estate owned 5861.50 1 Deposits 238507.69
We are glad to state that Mrs. Haynes' W. J. Epperson in Starke, and :Mrs. visiting her sister, Mrs. J. E. Adkin, Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 418.73
health is considerably improved. Sarah Epperson, Mrs. Odom's mother. this week.
Cash hand and Banks 71,362.23 1
in
They are enroute home. I Messrs. Lacy Cason and Dan John- on
Mrs. Ben Johns and two children, Prof. S. A. Draper made a visit to son, 'of Raiford, attended Sunday
Master Curtis and little Miss Hazel, Trenton last Saturday.Mr. school at Long Bridge Sunday.Mr. TOTAL $280,703.69 TOTAL $280,703.69
left Tuesday for Bradentown and other G. W. S. Martin, druggist of M. H. Moody was a business visitor J
points south, to be gone several weeks. Worthington Springs, was in Lake to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr .
Butler last Monday.Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Drake and chil- Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transaction t

.D. B. Browning, of Lawtey, was in J. H. Scarborough made a busi- dren, of Raiford, were the guests of of business is offered by us. Absolute safety perfect convenience
town Monday and called to have his ness trip to Jacksonville last Thurs- Mrs. Drake's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. ,

name added to the Telegraph's sub- day.Miss F. Merritt, Sunday.Mr. prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank.
scription list. Annie Laurie Smith, who has Percy Kelly, of near Brooker,
been teaching at Arcadia, is the guestof was n guest at the home of Mr. and Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of our i

Mrs. F. A. Scott, district public Prof. and Mrs. S. A. Draper. She I :Mrs. J. E. Adkins, Sunday.Mi. .
} health nurse, returned home Friday, is on her way back to Clayton, Ga., Will Williams of Lake Butler, best attention at all times.Bradford .
after a trip through various parts of her home. Miss Smith at one time ttended Sunday school at Long Bridge 1
I her district. The following Tuesday was a valued teacher in our high Sunday.
Mrs. Scott left for a trip through Ba- school, where she gave great satisfaction Don't forget the det>nte. Everybodycome 1J.
ker county. and formed many friends, who Saturday night at 7:30::: at the Bank
were glad to meet her again. I I Long Bridge pchoolhouse. Everybody County J. f
'Last week Mr. N. T. Ritch motoredout Mr.\ J. Frank Bennett spent last Sun- 'come. fi
to the State Farm, accompanied by day in Jacksonville visitmg his wife, I Nsxt Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock! i
the following party: Rev. and Mrs. T. who is in the St. Vincent sanitarium there will be a debate between Prof.
L Z. Barr, Orville and Coke Barr, Mrs. and recently underwent. operation. 'Draper, of Lake Butler, and Mr. J. D. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold. :
Floyd. Miss\ Nannie Howell and Vivi- We are glad to say that the patient is Crews on the subject of "Is it Scripture -
rette Floyd. doing fine and in a few weeks we hope to have instrumental music in tIC:
to have her back with us, I church?" Mr. Crews will discuss "I' Starke, Florida.

Mr.\ F. M. Roberts and family left The Woman's Club gave a receptionat ,affirmative and Prof. Draper tne nega !
I last 'Friday for Jacksonville, where their hall last Monday in honor of :I tive. Everybody invited to nttenJ. i
Miss Annie Laurie Smith, old member This is - - - --- - "
they will make their future home. Miss an to be at the Long Bridge schoolhouse .... --
visit here. .JJ- - - - -- -- -
who is -
Mamie Roberts, who for many years on a at 2 o'clock.: Don't forget.
Miss Ethel Harvin, of Jacksonville, .
was -
employed in the Starke Telephone -- -- --------- -" -
Exchange, now has a position in Jacksonville is spending a few days with her grand Piles Cured in e to 14 Days -- ,
:Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Terrell.Dr. Votr 'I- -- ;
I in the same line of work. parents, druggist will refund money If PAZO -
I J. E. :Maines: left here Saturday OINTMENT fail to err anvcase of Itching.
II PRICE ASCED.I "night and spent Sunday in Sanford The Blind.first BleedmgotProtnidingISiesin6tohd accl-ration ones: Ease: and Rest "for c 1 i I
I his brother Col. Schell Maines. I Department I :
On account of the high price of hogs with -- HULL' S. .
I the Inter-State Vaccine Company, of Mrs. J. E. Maines: and her two sons, For Your Child's Cough. ;
Kansas City, Mo., announces an ad- J. E. Jr., and Hal, spent last Sundayin Here's a pleasant cough syrup that Store i'I :
vance in the price of cholera serum Starke visiting friends. every child likes to take, Dr. Bell's it t
and virus. Mrs. Schell .' Maines of Sanford is Pine Tar Honey. If your child has a :
The is 2% cents
Per cubic new price visiting here, the guest of Dr. and Mrs.J. deep hacking cough that worries you We Cash for Produce
of
centimeter. Bank Starke. Country Eggs '
... E. Maines. give him Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey, pay i ,

Eugene Mr. and' Mrs. W. J. Griffin and son, Sunday Rev. Wilder School, in Association behalf of, addressed the State the cough soothing, loosens pine;: the balsams phlegm relieve and heals tae I! Corn and Baled Hay. j 1 I Ii
the
of Jacksonville, spent the irritated tissues. Get a bottle to- '
week,end with Mr. 0. J. Griffin. and quite a large assembly at the Baptist day at your druggist and start treat- i : i I'i
family church Wednesday evening. ment at once.: 25c ((3)) N. B. HULL STARKE FLA.
Misses\ Edna and Georgia Eppersonare LL I j i
Read the Bradford County Tele- visiting their friends, Mrs. T. C. Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell i

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.. :, -!' :. .:", .', :,. :, ,' .". ,. .. I AN APPEAL TO WOMEN"Secretary COWPEAS A NOURISHING FOOD. I I BUSHELS OF CORN THIS YEARJacksonville : ;) AND )((LEFTS THE SHIPPED CARLOAD OF PyyAyp '
BEST HAY CROPS.
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C01XTYGEXTS' REPORTS *, Agriculture Points Out | Cowpeas or Southern field peas, will Hate Grain Elevator D. W. Moore, o' Theresa ;
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.. .. I Ho'"' They Can Aid the Armies 'which, despite their name, are really a Built to Handle Huge Crop. 'i WASHINGTON, D. C., May 22: .-In ly Bradford county farmer, so J the*
5, !' !' !' ** ? S i kind of bean, are, like other dry beans the Southeastern states the sweet sorghums we have learned, to ship a fan b,

I comparable with meat in the kind of I JACKSONVILLE. 19Beforelocal Sudan grass millets and cow- of Irish potatoes this p1j
Gadsden County-Quite a number of The of agriculture, i in response May sp8
secretary nourishment contained in them, and I peas are the forage best suited Moore had amour ,
I whose he crops throe
of realty men guest was and
farmers have planted a small plot to requests from many editors --
i rice for home consumption.Levy ''f. service womencar. I can in the opinion of specialists of 'at luncheon yesterday, C. W. Zaring, for summer planting. The transporta acres planted to p< :aloe,; and .
ato I
r a statement ii
(the United States department of agrI-- tion problem under present conditions Friday shipped I't Ollie
der the nation in the direction I of this city well known member of the a tar COn .
re-: and conserving agricultural I culproducing ture, well be used more exteni\ely:] !1 wholesale grocers' association told promises to be a highly important one. lo barrels of nv r. hantUfe !!
poe
County There will be more ;, of has issued the follow- as human food. They are commonlyused I'why wholesale, merchants had decided j I It is"er)' desirable for this reason that He has about tae- ty barrel of J

forage crops and grasses grown in this ;ting> products I in the South, where they are ex- to build a grain elevator in this city to farmers in the Southeastern states potatoes left on t..id ard l is o!_

I county this year than ever before. Millet : :the Women of the l'nited'atatesi : I tenshely! grown but are practically un- take care of the growing crop of corn. grow sufficient hay to feed their work them for sale at 4" ctntj per

sorghum Sudan grass and Natal iTo i i; render important known in the North and :Northwest Mr. Zaring traced the growth of the stock and other farm animals instead If Mr. Moore'p)t",tfs sell p .
,, grass have been planted. "Every woman can 'where other often more expensive, of importing it from other sections of well: up to Ares{ it ; pll!
m..r.et
Uenice to the ration in its present corn growing industry in this statefrom qu
'I le.1her 'I beans are consumed in large quanti- the country. By doing this, the United they should brims: !Lim from
She need not its four
i fmergt'ncy. awakening years: ago to 'lfq ti
ties. States of 1.200
department
farmers in the : agriculture
best livestock :
county I home or abandon her home duties to ''the, present showing that in 1913 Florida .
have bought a carload of bulls. The There are many varieties of cowpeas I states, they will relieve the pressureon J. J. Morganf Broker
forces. She help! is
armed
;[ help the can was buying largely her corn from ;
h business men are doing what they canto of which the'white and blackeye transportation agencies and release Bradford county farn.er who is
I i to feed and clothe our armies and help the West "in 1914 the state began to '
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help the farmers by furnishing credit sorts are considered particularly desir- ( large quantities of marketable hay for ing- money out of
potatoes i
food those the ,
to supply to beyond seas [grow a considerable part of what i it and !bet
able for the table. In palatability, digestibility the use of the doubtless
for buying seed fertilizer, etc. army. ; are mary others
by practicingeffecti"e thrift in hero 'needed; in 1915 Florida first began toioffer who )kl
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household and nutritive value they S The forage crops named succeed even | few potatoes planted! but
'n to the wholesaler some surplus we in*
compare fa"orablith other beans, on the moderately fertile lands of i swell have had mil, .
Calhoun Count-The farmers have "EWfounci' of food the housewife (corn; in 1916 the, state,, out of its 12. a .on dollar CI\Ip.
while their delicate and flavor the South.
Our farmers
best stands of corn and xelevt beans saves from being wasted in her home pleasing .000,000 bushels, supplied a large I i must lean to take *
that have had for Seven -all food which she her children lead many to consider them equal if It is not necessary, however for vantage of market conditions
they years. or 'part of the corn needed and had a largeamount I broo*
cattle dipping vats have been built in produce in the garden and can or prerveevery not superior to the latter. I to sell to the, outsider; while the cotton grower to reduce his acre- t'about by the law of supply and ..
To dry peas, pick them as soon as age in cotton to insure himself of an maul and pant: what the
also which and
this hog
this county year; eight se garment care this year the acreage is increased 100 wtlso
they are large enough for table use, abundance of hay for his own live most wants
vats. All who use them are pleased skillful repair make it unnecessary to cent last year's
over
,per corn ,
shell them them thin and acreage stock.
spread dry there is
Usually large amount
with the results. / replace-all lessen that household'sdraft and the indications are that there will a
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the ,treadinsufficient world well. Disinfect them with carbon bi ,of unfilled land in the South and if i -
on be raised
twenty million bushels of
sulphide to kill the weevils and store this were utilized in the production I I -

Madison County-All crops are now'i supplier"To ;sate food the housewife must the peas in a tight dry place. To use, corn which means some millions of ,of forage there would be an abundance The Beauty Secret F''
above the for this time of the I bushels sell. :
average learn economical and soak the peas before they are cooked to of hay to supply all home requirements 'I I
to plan properly
The corn is looking unusually i,I and them I j Uniform Grades
year. cook the same as fresh peas. I Ladies
balanced meals which while nourishing I I 1 desire that 1sislible
[ iDe.I .
good and the yield per acre this year \J' each member of the family properly Cowpeas are used on the table in i i The necessity for uniform grades, One feature to be considered if the ]I : '

should show a material increase which, do not overeating or three forms-in the pod shelled green standard sacking and above all abso Southern farmers are to produce their 1' charm-a good

with the increased acreage, will give offer excessive encourage and wasteful variety. and shelled dr-'orresponding. respectively -I lute freedom from weevil, is the cause 'own hay, is the cost and scarcity of -4/-'t l complexi3n.Ofcamx

i the county a ht'aie1J of corn this It is her duty to use all effective methods to string beans, shelled of the Jacksonville grain elevator; and seed for planting. In particular the they do not wish a&en
fall. green beans, and dried beans and calling this elevator with its modern methodsof price of Sudan
to protect food from spoilage b} j I grass seed is so high tj2' to blow a beauti5cr
(heat, dirt, mice or insects. She must I for much the same methods of I handling and treating corn and peas that it practically prohibits the seed- !; ; {'1 i has been >:
used
'I Holmes ur.ty-Therl arc 1,204 learn to use such foods as vegetables 'j preparation for the table. The dry will put Florida corn on a par with ing of this crop for hay purposes. To i t 10 the f.

families living on farms in this county beans peas and milk products as partial i cowpeas may be boiled with a bit of ,the best corn that comes out of the ''a certain extent this is true also of the( buy a bottle of .

and they have under cultivation 35,740 substitutes for meat. She must i fat meat or baked and served in place j grain elevators of the west; "in fact;' coupe On the other hand seed *f

( + acres, ninety per cent of which is i make it her business to see that nothing of lean meat or other food rich in ni-I j said Mr. Zaring "Florida corn is more 'millets and the sorghums can be obtained II Magnolia Balm

; planted in this proportion: Corn with nutritious is thrown away or si- trogen. Boiled and mashed through a valuable than Western corn for feeding at a much more reasonable price

velvet beans, 65 per cent; peanuts 15 lowed to be wasted. colander, the peas form a foundation ;, and for human consumption be- ;:These, therefore are recommended as LIQUID FACE POWDER

per cent; cotton. 7 per cent; melons "Waste in any individual household of numerous dishes. They may be making j 'the most satisfactory crops for providing and use according. to aimple! di/retiau. t..mt

3 per cent; rice oats potatoes and for may seem to be insignificant, but if creamed with milk and butter, like a product hay for home consumption in the meet refreshing.ii nobcej Hc:Sunburn it Oat ,So ropy kiaj.l T aIL .-- ..

age for hogs, 10 per cent. only a single ounce of edible food, on mashed potatoes; formed into croquettes I He showed the results in West Florida | Southeast. ,i F. H'*. Rc ..RJ

the average is allowed to spoil or be with bread crumbs and fried I from the elevator established and I 1 In order to conserve the seed supply, 75, tl')"': ""ti ki mat 41

Washington County Two of the thrown away in each of our 20,000,000 or baked; made into a loaf with breadcrumbs operated at Marianna last season; and iof sweet sorghums it is advised that ]I Sample (either color) for 2c. Stuf>

Wakulla County-Three hog wallow- homes, over 1,300,000 pounds of material minced vegetables, milk and quoted correspondence to show that the practice of seeding these sorghums i l.rontit..Co.. *)South Fit eS4 Breokii Mt .

vats were constructed in this county would be wasted each day. It seasonings; or made into soup. Birmingham Ala., dealers offered and I I broadcast or in close drills be discon-i

recently, and several purebred Duroc- takes the fruit of many acres and the I A delicious combination dish. called paid one cent a bushel more for Florida j tinued verty largely for the present..i I Ii I

I Jersey gilts have been bought. The work of many people to raise, prepare, '"Hopping! John," may be made as follows I corn than they could get the bestWestern i Sixty pounds of seed per acre are re-1 ->

farmers are going to sell their beef and distribute 464,000,000 pounds of : Boil one quart of cowpeas and corn for. |squired where these crops are drilled or I II I t Read the Bradford! County Tel'

ank pork animals co-operatively this food a year. Every ounce of food !'ja scant pint of rice separately and He urged the real estate men to I broadcasted and only five pounds i if graph-the home paper

fall. thrown away therefore tends to aNo I mix together when done. The rice preach the planting of the California [planted in rows and cultivated. This I .

waste the labor of an army of busy: j should Bacon be seasoned after it is cooked. black-eyed pea, a, it will grow well latter method requires more labor but j:cast or drilled seeding and a mod

Suwannee Connty-There is considerable citizens. or adds a beef bone boiled with the and produce abundantly in this state the yield pe racre of fodder will equal !larger acreage can be planted.! with tllf:

alarm over the apparent early "Clothing is largely an agricultural dish.cowpeas a desirable flavor to the and will command the top prices since: lor exceed the yield of hay from broad i same 'amount of seed. :i

appearance of the boll weevil and several product and represents the resul's cf Recipes for other dishes follow it will be on the markets for the country I -- -- ----- --- ,G GI
cowpea
of the farmers have plowed up: labor on the sheep ranges, in cotton as far West as the Rockies some '

their cotton and planted the fields to fields, and in mills and factories. Whenever : Baked two or three months ahead of the California I II

I corn. It be best for them to plowup a useful garment is needlessly discarded : row peas crop. I
may Cook 'I
one quart of large, white, I
their cotton in view of the probabledamage material needed to keep ;someone in Elevator Financed :
slowly until
cowpeas water they begin -
by the weevil but as far the warm or dry may I* consumed to The Armour
as to soften. This will require five elevator Mr. Zaringstated, has
county agent has observed the social merely gratify a passing fancy. Women or six hours. Put them into a bean I been financed by a number of wholesale I
would do well look ,
ed boll weevil is but the to upon clothing
nothing
cowpea add grocers in this city who the
,
pot onehafpound of salt pork, saw
this time
pod weevil. at the utilitarian more point particularly of view from and either one tablespoonful of molas- absolute need for such a provision for I Standardized Fertilizers tThi9

J ses or a small onion cut up fine. Cover the corn and pea crop of the state and

I St. Johns County Farmers have responded "Leather, toe is scarce, and the proper with water and bake slowly six or seven to afford a standard market for the, .i

to the call to plant a larger supplies shoeing of this of armies material.calls'There for great I. hours. It is well to have the pot farmer at any time he has corn or peasto I ( is no time for experimenting: get stan

acreage of corn peas, velvet beans, are covered except during the last hour. sell. dardized Armour Fertilizers of
only so many pairs of shoes in ,af-h proved crcp-
soy beans and sweet potatoes, to ra'e Cowpea Soup Then referring to the Armour pack- t
making ability. We offer
hide lir.e ef
and there is of i' our complete
shortage
a
(n
all the and cattle One house
and
hogs possible to tablespoon butter or pork fat. ing plant here which is doubling
market their : mals for leather as well as for meat. One its long-lasting, soil-building fertilizers. scientf |
surplus grains throughthe tablespoon finely chopped onion. capacity, the grain elevator to take '
hogs and cattle rather than to lethe t Anything that can be done to encourage One stalk celery, finely chopped. care of its part of the twelve million 'I'I cally made from well known, standard materials I

crops go to waste or to sell themat adults or children to take car oi One cup dry cowpeas bushels of Florida corn the Jackson- with but little change. Note espial/) -
sacrifice. their shoes and make them last longer Salt. ville our excellent formulas for Citrus trees Corn
a i syrup factory, which is buying J

''is made means available that so for much other mor.j leather. Soak the peas eight to ten hours i in every gallon of cane syrup offered it, II I and Sweet Potatoes. Get yours early- tread '|

Palm Beach County-Farmers along women especially purposes."Employed those water enough to cover. Fry the vegetables and the sweet potato warehouse anddrying I our free catalog booklet carefully first! |

the shore of Lake Okeechobee, most of engaged in the manufacture of food in the butter, add the peas i in kiln to be erected here, he asked I,

\1-. whom are retired fishermen, have shipped clothing also directly serve their or the water in which they were soaked, : "Does it look like starvation for I :: :

t thousands of hampers of vegetables try and should put into their tasks un-j and cook (preferably in a double boiler l le Florida Mr. during the war?" I Armour Fertilizer Works ..1

this year and are making as much enthusiasm: and energy the importanceof ) until the peas are tender. Put th Zaring was closely plied with I

Iii money as the farmers in other parts of their product warrants. I I(j mixture through: a sieve and add water questions before he took his seat Jacksonville Ha *

I the county. enough to bring it to the consistency showing the extreme interest felt in ,
"While all honor is due to the women the elevator and the
desired. other
Reheat. If this soup is thickened things that .
k.I ROAD HOGS. who leave their homes to nurse ani: with one tablespoonful of flourmixed go in the wake of the elevator, and he :

f care for those wounded in battle no with was given hearty applause and t ,'"
:l little water the pea pulp thanks ; .
'f.
woman should feel that, because he
? will not sink. when he sat down. i : "
f Some farmers are complaining that does not wear a nurse's uniform she ; 4
some autoists disregard the rule of I is absolved from Puree of CowpeasUsed : I
patriotic service. The I t
1 "safety first" while on the road afterdark. home women of the country, if they j ( like mashed potatoes) j I SAVE POTATO SEED. !r
Soak
At that time the usage is for will give their minds fully to this vital one pint of dry cowpeas in cold I I I B. Z. MATTHEWSArtesian

the autoists to keep the main roads, subject of food conservation: water overnight. Cook until soft in
just enough water to cover. Drain and I I Several times last winter
while drivers of horse vehicles take a train themselves in household thrift and early 1

parallel road when such exist for the can make of the housewife's apron a pass through sieve. Season with salt'l I spring the Telegraph advised our farmers Well DrillerI

safety of themselves and to allow the uniform of national sig-iificance. pepper, one-half cupful of cream j of the great shortage in the Irish
I milk and a tablespoonful of butter (i|potato and
t car drivers free passage. But it al "Demonstrate thrift in homes or crop urged them to plant
your other fat), and two teaspoonfuls of j potatoes this spring heavier I have had
pears that some of the latter for the and encourage thrift j than ever twenty-four years experience in
:; sake of saving gas, leave the main I neighbors. among your brown sugar. Beat thoroughly! reheat ,j!before. Our advice was not heeded tony I

.: roads and take the parallel as the latter "Make saving rather than spending and serve like mashed potatoes. I[[a great extent but a large numberof Well drilling in Florida. '

are not so sandy. A driver of a your social standard. Baked Cowpeas and Cheese j our farmers had small areas planted

buggy or wagon, meeting a car on such "Make economy fashionable lest it I (Substitute for Meat Roll) :'to potatoes. We are writing this little j I guarantee to satisfactorily complete all !
One tablespoon butter. i article now to advise .
I all of
-. a parallel road, is so blinded by the become obligator" these to

t f head lights till he cannot see how to I One tablespoon finely chopped onion.I save their small potatoes for seed and CONTRACTS = = i

itI turn out of the way among the trees Ore tablespoon finely chopped sweet plant a fall crop. Potatoes do not generally -

and stumps and logs and if his horseis GROWERS URGED TO SAVE SEED :' green pepper or celery. '\'I I yield so well in the fall as in I I Raiford- Florida'

not perfectly gentle he is apt to runaway Two cups cooked cowpeas. the spring but if the fall planting :

and severely injure or kill the In \'ieof the fact that quite a percentage One-half cup grated cheese. :i should do no more than supply seed for I| _
driver.A of the bean in this Press the peas through a sieve to ;:next spring's planting it will still be a '
crop grown remove the skins, and mix with the big paying .
case in point happened a few state will not .bring satisfactory ,t crop.Everything
returns -
.; nights ago. A farmer was driving on when shipped to market it is cheese. Cook the onion and pepper or indicates that Irish po --

a trail paralleling the public road, suggested that all those growing beans celery in the butter or other fat being .'tatoes will bring high prices as long i GROWING HOGS. J
not too brown, and add them to the ,as the war lasts and
when he met an automobile. The lights and other truck should I probably for some J
crops bend peas and cheese. Form the mixture time afterward. One For a hog to be profitable he must j LET .f
so blinded him till he could
not getout their great cause of
energies to the best j
of
get part into roll the IP kept growing from birth to market- I mm
of the way before the car came up these matured for seed for future a place on a buttered dish high price of potatoes is that the ,
crops
irg He
} and in passing tore a wheel from the and cook in a moderate oven until it production has been very materially age. cannot be profitable unless YOUR

farmers buggy. The horse was pen- planning. \is brown, basting occasionally with reduced in the Northern potato he is healthy. He can always ben

tie and no further damage was done. There is no doubt whatever, but butter or other fat and water. Serve 'I ducing sections. Thousands of pro- j i a profit-producing condition if he is SUPPLY YOU! ,.
that bean and other truck; crops seers I hot or cold like meat. men in those young fed i:. A. Thomas' Hog Powder. We
,
f' I The driver of the car went on at his sections have quit the
headlong speed without ascertaining will be very scarce for fall and r.ext.fprir.g's j! farms and gone ir.to the factories positively tell you that this remedy l l d,141 I
on
U planting, and the grower can i account of the prevents cholera, removes worms and LfffbiI
how much injury he had done. I lby The Arcadia Sews points out thaI"Marion's t high wages offered '
proper selection and care save considerable them. cures thumps. If the
The courtesy with which the driversof men lived on sweet This has created a great short- powder does not
.
horse vehicles treat autoists is re- their money seed. by takingcare of j whipped the British and the potatoesand Tor- age in the crop, and gives the South, make good we will. Sold by D. C.

markable. Such courtesies are generally The own :, ies." Sweet potatoes thus have the 'and; Florida in particular, a golden opportunity -I Jones Starke Fla. May 4-11-18-25.
acknowledged but. it that growers who have been saving endorsement to make '
k seems ; of history as fighting rations money out of poe
of the take advantage their seed in the past appreciate this tatoes.
some car fraternity j and Florida's sweet potatoes ;
F of other travelers. But it and will no doubt make preparation' ar r. "
is not unexcelled as food either in Some people have
safe to be "road hog" and and to the end of having plenty of seed for peace or idea entertained the )) FiELoW
i a peace future use. but there are quite 'I war. They give a contented satisfying :, that home saved potato seed do COFFINSCASKETS GARDEN and
contentment are best established b, a numi i not
sensation
that makes for produce as well the
cit as And
ber who good seed a full line of
have ship-
been
depending ,
l: treating others as we would have others upon I izenship and they give the strength ped in from the North. This does
getting their seeds from seed houses not'set'm SEEbSESPECIALLY
treat us.COULDN'T. and that make to be borne Undertakers' Supplies
energy good soldiers out by the I
1 t an dit is on those men we want to im- experience
Florida can raise enough sweet :of those who ave their teed Always on hand. The
pota
carefully. best ,
press the necessity of service ADAPTED
4{ DELIVER GOODS.A saving seeds toes to feed the armies of the world Messrs. T. N. Kendrick '
and A. at the lowest
not only of beans but of cucumbers : Bronke prices. Special ,
I
..! This is one of the well known 1 I STATE.
tomatoes crops there is yet farmers of Starke, both attention to FOR YOUR
cantaloupes and watermelons. telegraph
ti lady in Jacksonville saw in the C. K. time to plantv Lakeland News ':tell us that they have had just as good : ordrs.: I HPFREE-

n Telegraph that N. B- Hull had potato McQUARRIE, success with home saved seed as with j Registered Embalmer

ij plants to sell. The lady was not apparently State Agent. Birds Feared by Snakes. 'any they ever planted. 'I I OUR INSTRUCTIVE I CAJAtfjM

(A4 a "native and to the manner Snakes in South Africa fear the sec- ; ,i DeWITT C. JONES AND WEEKLY PRICEUJI
; born." She wished to plant Irish potatoes Invention Save Labor. .retary-blrd.: and will even crawl THEM TO-DW
k
away Suc'er :
FOR
j to G. SEND
C. -e
To Care ,
and sent Mr. Hull an order for To save labor in building roads a from its shadow. This bird devours a Cold In One Day i Livingston & Co

some plants of the "Rose No. 4" va rie- cart has been irventtf that spreads I snakes and can easily kill a reptile i Cough Take LAXATIVE and Headache BROHO and Quinine.work off It stop,theI' Starke, Fla. I EAflARTINSEEDliJACKSOKVIILEEU

'\ ty. He had to decline the order. stone evenly as it i:. duapeJ. i twice Its !-:izr. DrnggiKi. refund money if it tails the to Cold.care. I I 1
E W.
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FRIDAY. MAY 23; 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN' \

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-- that were part' or playing a game. :Still room his hands clnsjied: behind his I suspected pursuer. Instantly: a hem 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + lot 7. Blk 14 on Call street and run :Wet

the ghastly stare from the glass eyes back. The autnniatlr l IKlhLt'd! againstthe I of the Numidian's cloak was lifted to I + LEGAL NOTICES + 55 62Vj let feet, North to point 40 feet of begnning-62'East 33 feet.. -.South. feet

theLines oveV the bristling beard searching-: tails of his long coat ns bo walked. screen his face but not before the I I + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + frontage at 2.08647 per ft front. $13U 40.

Inside searching. After a minute's restless striding he sharp eyes of the Englishman had seen RESOLUTION. NOTICE OF INTENTION OK ADMINISTRATOR -

"Well," Woodhouse said lightly "no broke his step before the desk jerked and recognized It. A tart smile curled WHEREAS. A. F. Harley. Town Engineer, REAL TO APPLY ESTATE FOR TO ORDER PAY DEBTS.TO SELL

i need of an alibi evidently." open the drawer and droned the the corners of Capper's mouth as be construction has definitely work advised provided this for Council in Sec.that 1 (C the& Notice is hereby given to Mrs. E W. Driggers. :

Dr. Koch into the passed on down the bazaar lined D No. has Elisha Driggers. Georgia M. Kcnnii-1. M. .
stepped room with weapon In It. Bvi. to where Wood- streetto ) of Ordinance 90. been completedthat
C. Fenniel, her husband Jan e McNeal aid J. ,
1 the lightness of a cat walked to a house was!' citi> ; ue stalked and held the Tavern of Thermopylae at the -able per he foot haa ascertained front to the the abutting actual cott property eharg-( McNeal, her husband heirs at law of J W.

t desk drawer at one side and fumbled out his right hand stiffly. next corner. So old Koch was taking I I and that he has carefully and equitably apportioned Driggers. dece8e and all other persoii* interested -
in of said E. W. Drikers.dopa. ,
n there a becond. his back to his gurst. "Your pardon. No. 1032. For my precautions, eh? Well, Capper for one that part of the entire cost to be specially that I.elate W. J. Epferson. Sherrf of

1 By EARL ERR; DIGGERS When he turned he held a short bar suspicion I apologize. But you see my could hardly blame him. Who wouldn't erty benefitted assessed to by the said different improvements pieces of and prop has County Forda. administrator q if the
of said E. ,
estate d 'ased; will
<
reled automatic at his hip. The muz- position-a very delicate one." Wood- under the circumstances? prepared assessment roll. indicating therein at Chambers in Gainesville. Florida, the

l I AND zle covered the shirt sleeved man in house rose grasped the doctor's hand The Tavern of Thermopylae was the names of the of property the owners abutting, if known the,said the improvements description -- 18th day of June A. D. 1917. at ore on o'clockp

; ROBERT WELLS RITCHIE the chair. and wrung It heartily. built for the Billy Cappers of the worlda and to be assessed, the number of m., apply to the Honorable James T. Wills
Judge of the Circuit Court and for Bradford -
I ")Iuth "And now," he said "to keep this place of genial whore front feet the lot or parcel of land contained I
Copyright. 1915. by the Bobbs-Mer- D'ed-for an alibi-from you! deviltry every the amount front foot chargable thereto County Florida for an order to sell at
per
,, rlll Co. Dr. Koch croaked his voice dry and fellow Capper in sight until the Princess man's gold was better than his and the total amount to be so specifically as- public County sale the following to-wit real etU'.e in Bradford -

flat with rage. .Much need Mr. 1932.:: Mary sails and I aboard her as name and no man asked more than to sessed and has filed said assessment roll with Forida Northwet: corner of Northwest -
; the Town Council and.
: Commence your explanation Immediately Captain Woodhouse of Wady Haifa. see the color of the stranger's monej. WHEREAS, the Town Council has considered quarter of northwest quarter and run
SYNOPSISjust East 525 feet South 105 525 feet.
for this minute my temptation Is The man might trip us all up." Capper called for an absinth dripper said assessment roll as above described andas North 105 feet to point of fe beginning West said land
previous to the outbreak of the European "lie will not be sure of that" Koch prepared by said A. F. Harley. Town En-
strong-very strong-to fchoot you for ; and established himself In a deserted gineer. and examined the same and found the lying and being in Section 33, To.ntJ 6, .
Jane Gcison, buyer tor a New South .
war his Range 2 ; also the in
growled helping Woodhouse Into
the dog are. to be correct : foJowirg Jrd
York house meets a Captain Woodhouse you corner of the smoke filled room. same Alachua County, Florida to.it:
a train for l'aris. lIe tells her he la en "Is thls-ah, customary?" Wood- coat and leading the way to the foldIng Clp-fllp.! A soothing numbness came NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY East half of southeast quarter of fcctioo 2C.

, route in (or ES'>1)t. house twiddled the tiny mercury tub doors. "I will bare Caesar attend THE TOWN COUNCIL of the Town of Starke Township 7, Range 14 ; belonging to said estate -
that said assessment roll as prepared by said for the purpose of payment of debts.
, Louisa a spy. meets Uilly Capper. another I between his fingers and looked unflinchingly to him the minute he comes back to Itport \. F. Harley, Town Engineer be and the same W. J. EPPERSON.

spy. in 1Je 1iii. She promises him a at the small, round mouth where Capper Is stopping." is hereby adopted as the assessment roll of Sheriff of Bradford County, Florida administrator -
and a nuiber with the Wilhelm- Town of Starke: copy of said assessment roll of the estate cf F. W. \
job of the automatic. "Do make "Until when? the captain asked
Then .V.'uoJ'.iouse: meets Louisa you a being hereto attached and by express reference Driireen. deceased. .
itrasse.la observed by some American tour- practice of consulting a-friend with pausing at the gate to which Koch: bad made a part of this resolution the same as if A. V. LONG,
tnd I
said roll was set out in full therein.
Sherman and family. revolver ?" escorted him. Attorney. 5-lS-5t.
jjtt Henry t at your hip BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this

Woodnouse (the name is assumed) is in "You heard-what was said In "Here tomorrow night at 9," the doctor Town Council does hereby fix as the amount RESOLUTION. 1

a plot with Louisa to impersonate an English there! Koch's forehead was curiously answered and the gate shut behind chargable to each lot or .parcel of land described WHEREAS the Town Counci cf the Town
in said assessment roll the definite of Starke did by >0 provide for l
officer of that who is to b, under .
name him. Captain Woodhouse alone
ridged and flushed with much blood. amount per foot front as contained in said certain construction of Street Improvementswithin '
transferred fromVaiiy Haifa to take "Did you ask me to listen? Surely the shadowing trees of Queen's terrace assessment roll hereinabove referred to and said Town and.
of th signal tower at Gibraltar.
charge $ $ made a part of this rcbolutlon.! WHEREAS some of the said
has
drew iu a long breath shook his 'JVtLtV been
Woodhouse. by agreement purloins Cap my dear doctor, you have provided BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in order completed and accepted by the 'or1, and.

per'* \Villienistras] number. doors that are sound proof. If I may shoulders and started for the station \ j.4 : I Ik' Iu to afford the property owners whose property WHEREAS, an assessment roll was prepared
is proposed to be assessed, notice of the by A. F. Town
and the midnight train to Alexandria.Consider Harley Engineer which aid
Woodhouse proceeds to Alexandria andIn suggest Isn't It about time that you
opportunity to file any protest they or any of assessment roll indicated the names cf the owners
Ramleh seeks Dr. Koch. a German spy. explain this-this melodrama?" The the mental state of Mr. them may deMre to fie! against the levying of of the property if known, the description

He shows him the number. Capper appears captain's voice was cold. His lips Billy Capper as he sank into a seat on the assessment and against the apportionment of the property abutting fid improvement
and makes trouble. the midnight suburban from Kamlea of same amourt to different pieces of property to be assessed, the number of front fit the lot
were drawn to a thin line. Koch's big abutting and fronting said streets ordered to or parcel of land contains, the amour' per
bead moved from side to side with a to Alexandria. liven to the guard, ; be improved, that a copy of this resolution front foot chargeable thereto and the total I
CHAPTER V. tmused to particular observation of hi* shall be published once each week for two eon. amount to b s specifically assessed and
gesture curiously like that of a bull seeutite weeks in the Bradford County Tele- WPEREA. said assessment roll w .s by
to their possible
An Unwelcome Caller. save us
passengers '
about to charge, but knowing not graph, a newspaper published in the Town of this council passed en tl- 3rd
'I |OME une at the gate" Dr. propensity for trying: to beat their ( Starke.Be day of April, A. D. 1917. formilly adapting
where his stands. lie blurtedout
Koili explained. "Caesar my enemy fares the bundb of clothes surmounted it further resolved that on the 19th day of the assessment roll of the Town cf Starke, and
S : which June 1917. 7:30 p. m., the Town Council will WHEREAS. said resolution did farther fix
brown bowler
; playful little \uwij\Il-aIlJ) by a rusty 11% the amount chargeable to each lot or -el of
"For Information If did not p4rt4; meet to consider any and all objections that pa
: an artist with the Dodoulu'Jagwr your you huddled under the sickly light of the may be filed on or before that date by any person land described' in said assessment roll, tli> dif-

is l'Iwsar-lll. goes to answer.Their ."- overhear: An Englishman comes just second class carriage bespoke eithera or persons interested, against any assessment inite amount per front lot W comaititd in
said roll. and.WHEREAS.
now to address me familiarly as of the or assessments proposed to be levied,
talk was desultory during tbo candidate for a plunge off the quayor LJ 1'KOViUED said person or persons interestedwho notice was publi-hid t'*ether
\Vilhelmstrasse. le comes to say he "bloomer" from his ( i1\ with copy of said resolution emho,; information
text minutes. The doctor secuied listless a returning shall be dissatisfied, shall file with the )
was sent to report to me; that hU num- wassailing. But the of the mandenied' Town Clerk before the 19th day of June 1917 contained in the assessment roil: once
of : e.ves
the each
under suspense a pending week for two consecutive weeks in the
\ in writing, stating specifically and clearly any
ber In the Wilhelmstrasse is HJ3 -HJ32.
this latter hypothesis- sanity Bradford County Telegraph,
awicauceuient as t<> the late visitor. ; objection that he may desire to urge againstany and
FInally tame a soft tapping on the hidden remember-and I am to give him orders was in them albeit the merciless sanity )j _, such apportionment or assessment WHEREAS, said resolution iiutifi contained -
Please explain that before I pull Adopted in regular session of the Town the said information above d,:;nil,
door behindVoodhouse.. The latter that refuses an alternative when \ -LL- Council this 11th day of May 1917.J. and advised the property own. tha this

heard the doctor exchange; whls-: this trigger. fate has its ,'ktituushe.\ .! into a cor W WHITE, counci'ould meet on the 8th day of May. C
"lIe showed his number-his considor any objections that,mirlit
frs with the Nuuiidiau in the hall you ner. So submerged was Capper under Attest: Chairman Pro Tern. be filed by any such property own* who

way. Finally "Show him into the ticket then?" Woodhouse added this the flood of his own bitter cogitations C. A. FUTCH. CItrk. should be dissatisfied or object to any assessment -

Koc-h ordered. He parenthetically."The that he had not noticed the other two or apportionment thereof, pro\id.C| such
waiting room ASSESSMENT ROLL OF NINTH STREET objections 'er filed with siid Town Clirk be
came tack to where the captain was man said his ticket had been passengers boarding the train at the From the East Curb Line of Walnut Street to fore the 8th day of May. 1917. in -.'itil

sitting a puzzled frown between his stolen! from him some time after he little tiled station-a tall quietly.dressed Ql4 the West Curb Line of Cherry Street and .

left Paris-stolen from the head of his white man aud Nuuiidiau with a Mrs. E. Canova--All Elk 9 temple Add. 128 i WHEREAS, it appears that' no wrilt-n objections .
eyes. feet frontage at {2.66 per ft front $341.81J have been filed with said Town Clerkto
"An Englishman, Caesar says-an cane, where he had it concealed. But cloak thrown over his white livery. "Son of a pig!" M. Truby-We t 78",:i feet lot 1 Blk 2-- any assessment or assessmenU su provided

who insists seeing the number was 1932..0' The doctor The latter had faded like a shadow Temple's 'Add-78". feet frontage at $:.66 by said resolution and assessment rll. :
on me
Englishman to the tortured nerves. SIplp. The
per ft front $208.81 NOW. THEREFORE BE IT
voiced this last doggedly. into the third class behind by
-very important" Koch bit the end of carriage Clouds of doubt and self pity pressing Seaboard Air Line Railway-East 50 feet lot the Town Council of the Town RESOL'/fD). that

one stubby thumb in hurried thought. "You have, of course, had this man the one in which Capper rode. down on his brain began to shred 1, Elk 2, Tempe Add--50 feet frontage at all the assessments as made and compiled b
followed?" the other put In. "You Here was Capper-pour old Hardluck $2.66 per ft front. $133.00. said A. F. Harley. Town Engineer.nd
He suddenly whipped open the door of away. lIe saw things elearly now. Seaboard Air Line Railway-Bight of way contained in said assessment roll .red by a ,
have not let him leave this house Billy Capper-floored again and Just North Side)-96.6 feet frontage at $2.66 him and J.ri '
instrument out
adopted
one <'f the (cases pulled Everything was as sharp and clear at by former resolution of this .
alone?" when the tide of bad fortune was on per ft front. $256.96. Council, be and the same hereby ere
and hooked the two little I
a stPthoscojie the point of an icicle. rtife. .
Seaboard Air Line Railway-West 61.35 feet confirmed and approved being
"Caesar was after him before he left the turn so ran the minor strain of 8 H.C
black receivers into his ears. Then ; He reviewed with new zest his recent lot 1. Blk 4, I.. T. & Co. Add-61.3J feet equitable amounts properly chargeable against .i
he turned to Woodhouse. the garden gate-naturally. But"- self pity under the brown bowler. A from the he frontage at $2.66 per ft front. $163.20. the different pieces of property fr .nti0g and .
Woodhouse held up an Interruptinghand. failure once more and through no fault experiences night Livingston, Truby &; Co.--East 38.65 feet lot abutting said improveml'nu accord.ng t> their
"Quick! Off with your coat and open met Louisa in the Cafe Riche up to 1. Blk 4. L. T. & Co. Add-38 65 feet respective frontale arc mine thereto -
You I of his own. :\0. uo! Hadn't he been i frontage at .$:'.66 ft front. $102.81.! by
your shirt. are n patient; am his Interview with Dr. Koch. Louisa per reason construction of add improvements -
"Pardon me, Dr. Koch; did you get ready to deliver the goods? Hadn't he Livingston. Truby & Co.-Lot 7. Blk 3, L. and.
Just examining you when interrupted.This from Berlin that girl with the face of a fine animal T. &; Co. Add-100 feet frontage at $2.66 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the aid
this fellow's name? come ull the way down here -
may be one of these clumsy English : : and a heart as coM as carvedamethystwhy per ft front, $266.00. Town Council that none of theaid assessments I
secret service men and I might "lie refused to }ive it-said I would faithful to his pledge to Louisa the Seaboard Air Line Railway--Right of way- against any piece tf a.ies3ed
been willIng r..ery
had she
not know him. anyway." girl In Wilhelmstras-e-l', ready and so South eide48.3 feet frontage at $2.66 is more than the cquitabl. propoil.on of the
need your alibi. The sound of an to intercede for Billy Capper with Per ft front. $12MJ benefits conferred by said im"rvtn'nu. I
"Was he an undersized man, very willing to embark on that important Dr. J. C. WiIlComm..ncinJ. at NE BE IT FURTHER
opening door beyond lID folding: doors her in the Wilhelmstrasseand corn..rlot nESOLnI that notice
thin sparse hair and a face showing: mission of '.wliiub he was to \be told by superiors 3, Blk 1. Temple's Add. and run East be given to the 0.1(1C passage I
of in the
and footsteps adjoining room. .
procure him a number and a mission 50 feet, thence South to l'almetto street of this and said shall
on rl'solutiol
? Woodlu went Dr. Emil Koch? And what ? noti.
dissipation ute happens
"'_'._.m_ ."II111I.__,' .' n nr_,_' slivnlfss_ u u .. nt.___ flhilt'E'_nn, \ to Alexandria? For his Information thenceVest 50 feet thence North to gi\e the dat confirmation of fai.l assessments _
Dr. Koch was talking Enlish.m1; Koch turns him into the street like a point of beginning.-50 feet frontage at that the properly owners khal lave
dog; threatens to have him before the regarding: the Anglo-Belgian: understanding $2.66 per ft front $133.00 the right to pay up said ast-essnnnU within:
you have a temperature on arising? if be doesn't make : ? But she; paid for that. Mrs. Mary E. Truby-Lot 3, Blk 1, Temple's thirty (30) days after the first publication of
Um'm! This under your ton!roe. if military ns a spy The deal was fairly closed with SOrt: Add102.8 feet frontage at $2.66 per ft said notice without interest, (.tl.rwh said
himself Koch refuses to front
scarce. even $273.45. assessments shail be a first lien property
you plras-hl' thrust a clinical thermometer admit he'd ever beard of the Wilhelm marks. Did Louisa go further and F. W. Buddington-Lots 1 and 2, Blk 1. Tem so assessed 8 providid,d in Ordmai.re: No.

between Womlhousp's lips; list him in Wilhelmstrasse out of pie's Add -2ii2.a feet frontage at $2.66 per 90.
the latter already had: his! coat off and strasse. Clever beggar: A jolly keen ft front, $;)38 65. Adopted at an adjourned meeting .i.f the
the of her heart for old
eye he's got for his own skin; won'ttake goodness or Town Council held May 8th. 1917.

WM unbuttoning his shirt. Koch gave a chance on being betrayed into I& mory's sake? Capper smiled wryly ASSESSMENT ROLL OF CHERRY STREET ,Attest E. S. MATTIIEW&,

the bands of the English even when over his absinth. There was no goodness From the South Side of Call Street to the : Chairman of .Council.
C. A. FutcJ
North Side of Ninth Street ,
it\ be ought to see that a chap's honest in Louisa's heart and the strong
Mrs. Mary E. Weeks-Lots 6 and 8, Blk 13- Town Clerk
when he comes and tells a straight est memory she had was how nearly 105 feet frontage at 2.08647 per ft front I.I-I.

story about losing that silly little bit Billy Capper had dragged her down $219.08.Mrs. .
Emma Richard-Lots 2 and 4, Blk 13-
of paper with his working number on with him in the scandal of the Lord 105 feet frontage at $ .086H per A front, WONDERFUL STUFF!

It. What difference If he %au't pro- Fisher letters. $219.08.A. LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS
Floreus-Lots 6 and 8, Blk 10-105 feet
duce the ticket whin be has the number How the thin green blood of the frontage at $2.08647 per ft front, $219.08. _

pat on the tip of his tongue and wormwood cleared the mind made it Mrs. Della Fryerson-Lots 2 and 4. Blk 10- -

is willing torisk, his own life to give leap to logical reasoning! 105$219.08.feet frontage at r.08647 per ft front Apply a Few Drops Then Lift

that number to a stranger? Why had Louisa instructed him to Mrs Satilla Sydboten-Lots 6 and 8. Blk 1-

,, 'i "Your pardon, No. 1932." Back upon the old perplexity that leave Marseilles by the steamer touch- 105 feet frontage at 2.08647 per ft front. corns or Calltres Off WthFingersNo :

ing at Malta when a swifter boat $219.08. Pain.
had kept Capper's brain on strain ever
Mrs. Delia A. DeLonch-Lots 2 and 4, Blk 1-
It, of talking-flufers I I
"Nervous jerky
way since the first day aboard La Vendee scheduled to go to Alexandria direct 105 feet frontage at 2.08647 per ft front, I
.t 14 to his mouth as if to feel his $219.08.J. -
leaving the French few
was port a
who had lifted his ticket, and when
O. Turner Lot B and fractional
of lot
: words as they come out-brandy or was it done? The man recalled for hours later? Was It that the girl intended B in Blk I, being 62'!.., feet North part and No humbug! Any corn, whether

: wine breath? Can't you guess who he the hundredth time, his awakening he should get no farther than South, and 210 feet East and West-52 ht hard, soft or between the toes, wi

was?" aboard the French liner. What a horror Malta; that the English there should- feet$109.54.J. frontage. at $2.08647 per ft front loosen right up and lift out, a

"I guess nothing." that first morning was with the Capper laughed like the philosopherwho O. Turner-Commencing at northwest corner particle of pain or soreness.

"The target! has just discovered the absoluteof of lands owned by J. 0 Turner onCherry This drug is called freezore and is a
ratty little surgeon feeding a fellow street, in town of Starke Florida
ll At the word Louisa had used in describing -
life's The ticket-hls ticket of ether
futility. compound
Koch'sface aromatic spirits of ammonia like porrldJe thence run North along the East bide of discovered by a
Capper Woodhouse from the Wilhelmstrasse which Louisa said Cherry street 521% feet thence East Cincinnati man.
He lower- Capper\ in this mood of detached 210 feet to Church thence
underwent a change. street South
had procured for him; Louisa wanted Ask at drug store for small
review saw himself painfully along the West aide of Church street S2J any a
/1 ed his pistol. that for other purposes and used him feet, thence West 210 feet To place of be- bottle of freezone, which cost buta
"Ach!" be said. 'The man they are stretching out his arm from his bunkto frontage at 2.08647 wi
I as the dummy to obtain it. She wanted JlinninlC-521. feet but is sufficient ria one's
number." his stick the first minute ft front. $109.54. trifle
to arrl'st.ntl you have the grasp very per
it before he could arrive at Malta, pvery corn or callus.
"Much need-for an alibi-from you." "That was Capper-Capper) \ formerlyof he was alone In the stateroom; thecrookt'd and she got it before he left Marseilles. Theodore Tison--Commencing at NW corm Put a few drops directly
01 lands owned Dy J. u. I turner thence upon any
for
the Belgian oflice-kicked out handle comes off under his I
him a meaning glance and disappeared Even Louisa: the wise had played without run East 210 feet to Church street thence tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly -
drunkenness. One time he sold out turning and the white wisp of paperis discounting the double "0" on along the west side of Church street 125 the
between closing soreness disappears and short-
the folding doors
Downing street In the matter of the stuck In the hollow of the stick. feet north to a ditch. thence West along
them behind him. the wht'I-fate's percentage in every I said ditch 210 feet to Cherry street, thence ly the corn or callus will loosen and

Minutes slipped by. The captain Lord Fisher letters. You rememberthe Blank paper! game. She could not know the Vendee South along East side of Cherry street 125 it can lifted off with the finjrers.
scandal when they came to light- feet to point of bt.'Iinninlt-l:5: feet frontage b
Safe as safe could be had been that
I would be warned from lingeringat This freezone
still nursed the clinical thermometer. at $08647 per ft front $260.81. drug doesn't eat out
I The mumble and muttering continuedto his majesty the kaiser's Kiel speech little square of paper Louisa had given Malta because: of the exigency of W. L. WallLot 3 and south 9 feet of lot 4. the corns or calluses but shrivels them C
referring to them. He is a good stalkIng him Blk H, L. T. & Co.'s Add-59 feet frontage
sound through the closed doors. with his expense money, from the I. war and that Billy Capper would reach at $2.08647 per ft front. $123.10 without even irritating the surround-

Suddenly the high whine of the unseen horse. day he left Berlin until-when? To I Alexandria after all. Dan Boree-North 41 feet of lot 4. Blk 14, L. ing skin.
him. Still
visitor was raised In excitement Came Koch's suspicion had left be sure he had treated himself to a I The green logic In the glass carried T. & Co.'s Add41 feet frontage at $2.- Just think! No pain at all; no sore-
the automatic he sat down on OH647 ft front f85.55.Tru.tl'l'S .
gripping per
clearly through to Woodhouse's ears little of the grape in Paris and. maybe I Capper along with mathematical exact Presbyterian ChurchLots 5, 6 and 7 ness or smarting when
chair regardIng Jpl'ing i
the of the -
operating
edge
hia passionate declaration: iu Marseilles, but his brain bad ness of deduction. As he sipped his Blk\ 14, L. T. & Co.'s Add-ISO feet frontage or afterwards If your dr

"But I tell you you've got to recognize "Come the other come man Dr.respectfully.Koch; you and 1 been clear every minute. Oh. Capper : mind became a thing detached and Joe Hill at Williams-Lot$2.08647 per ft 1. front.and South 31297.half of have freezone have him order it for

me. Jly numbers 1 13::. My ticket would hate sworn to that! The whole looking down from somewhere high lot 2, Blk 13, L. T. & Co 'a Add75 feet you. (62)

was stolen out ofthe head of cannot continue longer at cross pur- business of the disappearance of his above earth reviewed the blundering frontage at $2. my poses." The captain spoke with terse W. T. WeeksNorth half of lot 2 and lots 3, -
I cane somewhere between Paris and displeasure. "This man Capper show- Wilhelmstrasse ticket and the substitution course of Billy! Capper's body from 4. 5. 6 and 7. Blk 13, I.. T. & Co.', Add- . . 'y fy > >

Alexandria. But I got it all right- of the blank was simply an- Berlin to \ll'xaudria-tl1e poor deluded 275 fiet frontage at $:!.0 64. per ft front 1 d
his claims\ *
ed you nothing to pro yet $573.78.
got it from the Wilhelmstrasse direct other low trick the Capper luck had body of a dupe. With this certitude of 6.
you come back to this room and threaten the lte innings of resolve. M..... Mary E. Truhy LoU 1. 2. 3. and 4. lilk TRAIN" RCIEDULF.
with orders to report to Dr. Emil Koch my life on the strength of a drunk- played on him. logic came 12. L. T & Co.'s Add200 feet frontageat bv
Vague at first and intangible, then. f2.0QGt. ft front. $417.29.
In Alexandria per
!I"
mission Is -- '!' New time table into ..
What his went
word. tiTect
ard's bare helped by the absinth!- to focus, was Mrs. Angie S. Sternburg -Lots 5, 6 and 7, Blk
Capper! Capper who was to be betrayed you know; how he got that number CHAPTER VI. this determination.. 12, I. T. & Co.'s Add150 feet frontageat I'.' 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May Ii, l)17!) ,..
to the firing squad in Malta Capper nursed $2.01161. per ft front, $312.97.Livingston. : ,
which is the number I have shown you and trains will run as follows e.
I. :
A Ferret. It elaborated it took 5 6. and
after Wilhelmstrasse ticket had on pleasure Truby & CompanyLots ,
on my ticket from the Wilhelmstrasse of sad 7, Blk 3. L. T. & Co/s Add 150 feet frontage 'ff -
the
of ruck Capper's in forecasting its outcome and viewing '
passed from his possession! Capper on understand how such things are | at $::' CW 47 per ft front 1:112.97.: 4) to Tampa. >
the job! -you (' the old persistent himself in the new light of { humble Mr Mary E: Truby Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Blk '; Jackson'ie ,
managed. I happen to know however [QLT] :11\\ began to make itself heard hero. It Wls.lIear. morning, and the 3. 1. T. & Cu.'s Aclil200 f-rt frontage at Xo. 3-nu.J r:a. m. <* _

Woodhouse hurled every foot poundof because it was my business to J2.0HB47 per ft front $417.29. I $> Xo. -_______ __ : p. m. ,0
lie (' (' ever the train from Tavern of Thermopylae was well nigh W. T. Weeks--All Iflk 2, L. T. & Co.'s Add- '.'
his will to hear into his ears. know that Capper left Marseilles tor Xo. 15 "Floridian"_ _2:7::! p. m. K'
Itauilch: lulled into Alexandria sta deserted when Capper laid his score 3.10 ft frontage at $2.0647: IK'r ft front.
caught Koch's gruff answer: : Malta aboard La Vendee four days I 4. A,
tion. That elusive of fountains and blundered through; the early morn $730.26.
"Young man )'ou're talking mad- ago. lIe was not expected to go be- country Mrs. R(e'taVilliamwn Lots 6 and 7. Blk
ness. You're talking: to a loyal British Malta." incense and rose dreams which ing crowd of mixed races to his hotel. 1. L. T. & Co.'s Add -100 feet frontage at '14, No. 21--------------- 4:50: m ,0 r
yond His legs were quite drunk but his $:J.flS. 47 l-r ft front $2f'8,6<>. .O p.
subject I know nothing about jour Koch caught:: him up: "But the fellow can only be approached through: the Livingston. Truby & Comlanyt 5. Blk 1. 4 S.AIL. -,

Wilhelmstrasse or.your number. If I told me his boat didn't stop at neck of a bottlespread itself before mind was coldly and acutely" sober. I.. T. & Coadel -50 feet frontage at
did not think you were drunk I'd have :Malta; was warnl' _

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you held here, to be turned over to at all speed Alexandria for fulness. And Capper answered the call. Caesar Add-ofl feet frontage at $2.08647 per ft No. 2____ ____ 4:51 a. m.
the military as a spy. Now, go before fear of the P.re:,lau. known to be In From the railroad !station he set Koch at the C.icsar Itamleh to villa.ln a The I'umpl'tt'ntjudE' doctur.ht'lie"in I I. \inlO'ton.front. 10432.Truby & CompanyLots 0. 1. 2. I. Xo. 16 "Floridian" ... 5:54 p. m. '0'

I change my mind." the Adriatic." Wbodhouse spread out his course through: nU1'OW'illaillous and 3, Blk 1--2110 feet frontage at $2.6h647: 4)
in his beard. Caesar
chuckled '
Again the querulous protestation of his haiidsitli gesture: ot finality. streets down in the district on Pharos. ; per ft front $417.29. 1< Cedar Key to Jacksonville. 4f4.
a : was.calUnl. o.T; from the trail. C. F. PaceLot A. Blk 2--M feet frontage at .'
Capjier met by the tl dor's peremptory "There you are! Capper finds him. where the deep water men of all the I S2.0XSI7 per ft front. $166.92.!: }. 21)------------- 0:18 a. m. "

order. The captain heard the front self stranded in Alexandria; knows world gather to make vivid the nights DeWitt C. Jones-IU 1. 3. 5 and 7. Blk I- ii> Mr

door close. Koch's (Continued Next Week.) 210 feet frontaee at $2.0"64 per ft front, *> Starke and \Vann-. <4'
A long wait and Dr. somehow your position as n man of of Egypt Behind him was the faithful S438.16 I

black beard with the surmounting the \lht'lm"tmsse. Such things can- sllitl ow. Caesar. I>r. Koe! ; man. A. E. and W. L. Wall, a Wall Bros.-Lots 1. (Daily Except Sund-jy) *',
Quinine That Does Mot Affect The Head .', "?> Xo. 101 Leaves Starke fi:45 m. '* _
eyes of thick glass appeared at n partIng The 3 and 5, Blk --157' feet frontage at a.
The Numiil! trailed likt -
workers ;1II a panther:
not lie hid from the underground .
of Because of Us tonic ana laxative effect. LAXATIVE $2.08647 per ft front, $328.62. Xo. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. *
the folding doors. Woodhouse. ; iunit's here to expLiin, himself to slinking froIll'O'j" to -OUT J bending BR0.MO QUININE- better than ord'nar L. Johns-Lot 7. Blk 9-52'i feet frontageat i.
the tiny thermometer still stkkiiig absurdly Quinine aud does not cat'srTvors-" n r 2.08647 ft front $109.54. .
and himself for the loss of his body as the M-; nit dins to the accommodatioif I'M. per GRIFFIN *
excuse
you iu head. RrmembPi the luil Udiuc aiuTell T. J. ,
from his met the basilisk !.lrlt'n2. .. ,, .-. .. E Moitt-Lets 1. 3. 5 and 7. Blk H, except
mouth of I the trail's blinds. 4. '.j c' '- 'r $
bis number. Is there anything more lands held by Hoover Bros and I. O. Agent.
: stare of those two ovals of glass I Once found himself in blind O. F.-1474 feet frontage at 2.08647 per e 4,
to be said except that we must keepa Cappt-r a it to the Telegraph and you tell I
with a coldly casual glaiue: lie removed ft front, $307.76.Hoover .
close watch on him?" alley turned and strode < ut of It justin everybody. Advertise. Bros.-Commencing at SE corner of 4,4'4,4,4,4G44
the thermometer from betweenWs
Tig physician! rgse: ajsd.jjaeei the Ilni t') 1 bmnp beavilr Into the/un

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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA.IMPORTANT FRIDAY, 'U). 23, It1 7,.

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lenD now'bundle FUNERALS i'f,

ANNOUNCEMENT.S stalled AUTOMOBILE EQUIP IENT. I'rice HunH us I1lrse


I wish to announce flint I have AUTOMOBILE FUNERAL CAR Owing to the great 11
of
automobiles:
to UNDERTAKING department : in Ur "

this,step my forward was necessary I carry at all times the most complete line of Coffins, Caskets, Burial vaults Shrouds. Embalmer always attendance. Prices most r
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; DE ti ITT C. JONES Funeral director

Night or Day calls attended promptly. ,
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,, ., hassee Sunday night, after several day. They were accompanied home by gether to learn efficiency. Rememberthe Shelton Hall .. _; _____....
I days' visit in Raiford. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Futch who are date and place, Lawtey, Sunday, -.1. 1

"Mr. Charles Bloodsworth was in spending several days here with Mrs. May 27th. Three (Deaths

town Monday. He reports his crop do- Futch's parents. The Epworth League of the Grace Mrs. M. L. Cn wl baring \"eel
{ ing well. Miss Edna Tillis, the Alachua "Hello M. E. church under the auspices of last > died iA B :

I r County News Items Mr. Frank! Osteen, of Long Bridge, Girl; is spending the week with her the third vice president's social department, great Thursday sufft rer for Mrs the last Crew I f j

was a visitor to Raiford Saturday.Mrs. mother Mrs. Tillis of this place. gave an interesting Tuesday with rheumatism few
4 lectures Evangelist evening. Miss Ethel Futch, the leader fMm the *.;:
Frank B. Dense and Miss Lula The given by which she died.
,r Gene Woctor of Jacksonville, are the LaRowe Monday and Tuesday nightsat of this department, and her committee fore she died it For a few daJI '

Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our guests of Mrs. S. W. Smith this week. the Free Will Baptist church were gave the young people of Lawteya I improving, when seemed that i she"

Regular Correspondents. Mr. J. B. Rosier, of the Redding largely attended and enjoyed by most fine time at the M. E. parsonage, change for the she took a

i Bridge section, was transacting busi- people, but some says "he is too plain." when they had a "County School pos She had skilled worst and pawed

.. ness in town Saturday.Mrs. Messrs. G. B. Colson, C. N. Shaw and ing" program with box dinner. The but physuiansand> .
nurses, to
Geo. 0. Jacobs and son, B. W. G. W. Lewis were attending to business program was fine and so were the din- devoted husband no a\aIl. Besidet

WOODLAWN. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parker spent Jacobs, of Lake City, spent Sunday in Gainesville Monday.Mr. ners. Of course the young men hunted children who IIhlt leaves bt
have
Saturday afternoon in Lake Butler. here with Mr. Jacobs. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney, of for their own choice of boxes, but all. She the 5YD1Patiy,

Mr. W. T. Dryden and daughter, Mr., Willie Grifns, of Sapp, was Louise, were visiting with Mrs. Mc- the girl's name in each box was not to was interled in the

Mr. L. B. Green, of Jacksonville Mrs. L. T. Powell and children, of Miami transacting business with our merchants Kinney's parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. be seen until the time to enjoy the eral cemetery services near Xw River. Ifci&

visited relatives here Saturday and i are spending a few weeks with Saturday. Hazen, of near here, last Sunday.Mr. lunch came. Everyone went away say- A. were conducted bll.1i

Sunday. relatives and friends here. I Mr. Homer Gainey and family of. E. S. Gainey, of LaCrosse was ing that it was a good time, and that Irs.Draper. J

Messrs. A. A. Stokes, C. S. and Mr. Dennis Andrews, Jr., of Lake 1 Brooker, were in town Sunday. attending to business here Tuesday.Rev. the league was doing good work in its A. W. :\IaUOt, one ot OUr J..

Dolph Addison, ,of Lawtey, "Forded"out Butler spent last Sunday at the homeof I Messrs. D. G. Wilkerson and Hen- W. Y. Everton filled his regular line and wait patiently for the one and beloved citizens suddenly

here Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe.Mr. ry Redding, of the Flat Ford section, l appointment here Sunday.Mrs. next month. away last Monday aUernoon wkikT i

Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hilliard of the Jesse Thomas and sister, Miss were business visitors here Saturday.Mrs. L. H. Hall and son, Mr. Lee, of Miss Rebecca Whitehead and little ting in he- rocking thair in her W -

Vanderbilt section, visited here Sun- Nellie, spent last Sunday in Jasper. Waldrup, county canning club Orange Heights were visiting with niece, Eunice, are visiting relatives at The cause Mrs.of her death was held '

1 day.Mr. Mrs. B. J. Sapp and two little grandsons demonstrator of Lake Butler, was a relatives in Brooker last week. Starke this week. ease. Maltose's maiden name,
Emma
o Dan Starling visited at Maxville B. J. and S. B. Sapp, spent last visitor to.Raiford Friday.Mr. Miss Marguerite Stringfellow, of Miss Dollie Biggs, who has been Alderman. She was bon-. -

Friday and Saturday. Sunday in Brooker. While there they Arthur Addison, of Vanderbilt, Alachua, was the guest of Miss Inez teaching in the Green Cove Springs Georgia 80 years apj and has .

Mr. R. H. Green visited at Lawtey attended the family reunion of Mr. I. was a business visitor here Saturday.Mr. Abernathy Saturday and Sunday, returning high school is spending her vacation resident of Bradford county for. .
last
Tuesday afternoon. W. Pinholster.Mr. Elisha and Miss Laura Wilker- to her home Monday morning. hare at the home of her parents, Mr. fifty years. She wasafe-

; ;j We are sorry to report the serious J. E. Adkins was a business viss on, of Sapp were trading with our Mr. Roland Anderson who is attending and Mrs. W. H. Biggs. motherly old lady end has uane
..i illness of Mr. D. B. Johns who is suf' itor to Lake Butler last Saturday. merchants Saturday.. the normal school at Worthington Mrs. T. S. Gilchrist and two little friends who are grieved at her. j

; fering from a stroke of paralysis.Mr. Messrs. Jesse Thomas, Calhoun Berry Mr. Charlie Sapp of Lawtey, spent i spent the week-end with his children of Green Cove Springs, are Besides her devoted husband .jf

Chas. Johns, of Plant City, visited E. Linnon and Horace Melvin mo- Saturday in Raiford. relatives here. guests of Mrs. Gilchrist's parents, Mr. left to mourn her loss, are fourfcJters

I relatives and friends here last tored down to Brooklyn last Friday Mrs. J. T. Lewis returned to her Rev. Norris, his daughters Misses and Mrs. W. H. Biggs. and one son, Mesdames fe

week. night on a fishing expedition. They home in Raiford Wednesday, after a Minnie and Delphia, also Miss Eloise Mrs. Mattie Winters, Macclenny, Cone, Ida Rivers, Janie Rhen. :

'G Messrs.. L. and 0. J. Phillips and had some good luck, returning home three weeks' visit with relatives in Mt. Cox of LaCrosse, attended the services is visiting her brother, Mr. Ben Rowe, Mary Douglass and Mr. John Hi&

E. D. Hilliard went to Theressa last. with a large number of only two small Dora and other points in Lake county. here Sunday. near Lawtey, this. week. The funeral senicvg were toad _

.!. week, where they were joined by a minnows.Mr. Rev. L. C. Smith, of Graham spent The Ganns quartette of Tuscaloosa, Mr. J .J. McLeod is transacting business by Rev. Robert Duke and herrSwere

party and all went on a fish camp at and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe and lit- Friday and Saturday in Raiford.Mr. Ala., sang at the Missionary Baptist: in Jacksonville this week. interred in the Swift Creek lIS

Smith lake'for a few days. All report tle daughter, Mildred, were visitors to J. S. Register, of Elarbee was church here last Sunday. A goodly etery last Tuesday. We extend "

a fine time and plenty of fish. Raiford last Saturday.Mr. among the visitors to Raiford Satur- number were present and to show our heartfelt sympathy to ,the oneisj
y If have anything wish published Lawtey W. C. T. U. Work. leaves behind.
you you M. J. Sapp made a flying trip appreciation for good singing we have
.
j I in the Telegraph call phone Ito Worthington Springs Saturday af day.Mr.. T. B. Handley spent Friday in employed the services of Prof. Gram- This was the biggest week we have Little Gerald Addison: infant&A

1 I No. 392 for correspondent.' ternoon. Jacksonville.Mr. mar, one of the singers in the quartette ever had at Lawtey in the work of ter of Mr. and( :Mrs. C. D. Adba

i Mr. L. H. Hill of Lawtey, was a Mrs. Laura Howard and daughter L. C. Whitten made a business to teach a ten days' school here. temperance. The local W. C. T. U., died May 14th. She was sick abort*

6 t i visitor here Friday. Miss Alma, of McClenny, are visiting trip to Jacksonville Saturday Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton, of with Mrs. Thos. S. Stark as president, weeks with stomach,trouble. fl

I relatives here for a few days. Hampton were visiting with friends i in has always been a good working body she had the close tttention of It

l '1 WORTHINGTON. There will be a mid-week prayer Brooker Sunday. and have carefully looked after the local skilled physician. Dr J. E. MaiaeLs,

i meeting every Wednesday evening at HAMPTON The "Lions" of LaCrosse and the work, but the meeting of last week many friends, she was called bonk

i IF New River, beginning at 6:30. Every- : "Leopards" of, Graham crossed batson held at the large fine parsonage of the join the throng of angels arom .
i F I :i Mr. A. B. Shaw and daughter, Mary, body come. the Brooker*diamond Saturday af Grace M. E. church was one of the Father's throne. The little one 13

I I were visitors to Gainesville Saturday.! Mrs. F. A. Scott, of Starke, repre- ternoon. The play was well contestedbut largest ever held and about thirty-five born Detemlx-r! 8th, 1916, maldnf
I I Mrs. S. J. Russell and Miss Georgia senting the state board of health, friends to the five months and 7:
1 were enjoy old
the week-end with MILLER.The came to a close with the score of present pro days: wbeid .
t Yarborough spent of last week here.
i spent Friday died. The funeral service
10 to 4 in favor of the "Lions. gram. wu >btHi s
I Mrs. Russell's brother Mr. Shealy, at W. A. Bowen, of Brooklyn, was a I The many friends of :Mrs. Lula The first thing on the list was to the home by Rev, L \. Rawlsaajj

Alachua. continued dry weather has given business visitor here Tuesday. i Crews, formerly Miss Lula Morgan, of serve every guest with some excellent interment was at Swift Creek ass ,
Misses Lula and Virgie Thomas and
the farmers an excellent opportunity Mrs. E. R. Dyal of Indianola, was.. this place, were very much surprisedto punch prepared by Mrs. Louiebelle tery. We extend our sympatbiei !,

I brother, Algar accompanied and Vera by Misses'I to clean out their crops, and everyone the guest of her father W. E. Hutche- hear of her death last Thursday, Brown Moore. Mrs. Lawrence, of the the father and mother, and may &,
Bernice Parker Surrency,
I
has taken advantage of it. Cropsare son, during the week.W. the'17th inst. After having suffered parsonage home, was hostess, and she realize that their lass: is but garni 4
with the former's
: week-end
spent the looking well and if the present H. Jones has moved his family to with a complication of diseases for made everyone feel at home. the little flower >that was t feb a

i parents. outlook continues there will be one of Hague, where he has accepted a position several months she was called to rest the honorary members. away, or in other cords, reteaei h I
i Mrs. Georgia Davis, who has been
; the heviest crops in the history of the I with R. E. McColsky. by her Saviour in the beautiful beyond. The first on the program was the the One who loanet her for aFtlla"
j relatives in and around Mac-
visiting N. T. Ritch, of Starke visitor
was a
county. reading of the holy Rev.
t j returned to her home at There we find no pain, no sorrow, no Scriptures by -
Clenny, I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Douglass here Tuesday. A. T. Galloway of the M. E.
: afternoon.A spent sickness, but a land of love and purity.While pastor
i Worthington Sunday Iweek-end in Columbia Mrs. Dora Cromwell left during the church south then Lake But If'r Soldier Boys.
Rev. T.M. .
county, visiting in her youth she gave her heartto prayer by
have closed
series of
meetings just friends and relatives. While there Mr. I week for a visit with friends at Haw Jesus and has led a noble and Chris Lawrence, of Grace M. E. church.The Ellsworth C. Harper and Leva '
here Rev. Blake of Lake Butler
,
Douglass, with a made to thorne. "America s Rivers, the two young Lake B3S
the services which party a trip tian life up to- the time she was calledHome. popular hymn wan e
j well conducting attended. were lower Santa Fe river on a fishing trip. Rev. Barr will fill his regular appointment Miss Morgan was united i then sung enthusiastically by the Congregated boys who volunteered their aerriml"Uncle

: 't Rev. Kendall of Lake Butler, filled They report a splendid time and plenty at the Methodist church marriage to Mr. Miles Crews in the people present. Sam some time: ago, ban 'ba
,
I his here. Services of fish. next Sunday. month of January 1904, proving to bea The duet by Misses Ave Lee Moore, transferred from the recruiting 03
regular well appointment attended. Mrs. E. B. Hiers, of Dukes, is visit Owen Andrews of Zellwood, was a true and loyal wife. She would soon Lois Dinkins Ethel Futch and Mary to the barracks at Fort Scriven )tilts

i were ing her daughter Mrs. H. & Miller, of guest of relatives here Monday.L. have celebrated her thirty-second Stalsby was well rendered and enjoyed company coast artillery corps fib

f Mr. Joe Douglass, three daughters this place. 0. Bowles and family of Fernan- birthday. Mrs. Crews leaves to mourn by all. Miss Moore led and accompanied Richard, another lab Butler bor,.
: and two sons, of Brooker, were visi I
I : tors here Sunday morning. Mr. I. Brown, of Bland made a business dina, have moved to our burg during her death her husband, a little son this with the piano. Mrs. Louis enlisted a year a(*-I, is in the oat

I Mr. Lando Maines and two children trip here Monday.Mrs. the week. and daughter, many relatives and a Young rendered a solo which was very company. They like their locatioab I
I were visitors to Worthington Saturi' W. B. Feagle of Fort White, The attendance at the mid-week host of friends. I appropriate. The piano duet by Misses and say they are well cared for.
I spent the week-end with her parents, prayer services is increasing nicely ,Margaret Lawrence and May Biggs
j i day and Sunday. Hon. and Mrs. H. C. Peeples. Services are held at the Baptist churchon ---- Archer
: Dr. Russell and Mr. H. R. Brown, LAWTEY. was applauded again and again. Uncle Soliloquy.
Wednesday evenings and at the
( Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thomas of Ala The
county president, who was to
r of Brooker, motored to WorthingtonI' I Christian church Thursday evenings. Talk about de hard timesAn'
chua visited the latter's
parents, Mr. have spoken did not come and this
Sunday. A cordial welcome is extended to all. de wolf dat am near de dore;
I \ We are glad to note that Miss Bernice and Mrs. I. E. Thomas, Saturday and The regular meeting of the Modern Mrs. D. R. Edwards, of Starke wasa put a damper on the enthusiasm for a De bacon am all out de smoke host r.
.
' !a Parker, of LaCrosse, who has eenout Sunday.Mr. visitor to Lawtey last Friday and little while, but it so happened that An' now I'll hab mo'
Woodmen held at the Masonic hall on no
and Mrs. W. 0. Brooks of
Prov Dr.
[ : of school for some time, has re Saturday. J. D. McAllister, state presidentof Las' I '
well attended visitors I year planted cotton-
idence, attended church here Tuesday was the 1
r t Sunday.Rev. Mr. Perkins Tennessee Anti-Saloon
B.
if r turned. We all wish her great sue being present from several nearby. was transacting bus- League Got Ole Miss Mitcl.ell beat,
"' W. F. Walters of Gainesville, iness in Starke last Saturday. had arrived in town and after 'phoning Didn't
I cess.
tink of
I taters
I towns. corn or ,
filled
his regular appointment at the Messrs. F. L. and E. J. Schunck him the audience was relieved when he
left
Mr.,, and Mrs. Lonnie Morgan and Or anyting to
r eat.
i Free Rev. L. A. Odum spent Sunday here,
Will Baptist church here Saturday
_; t t Sister, Miss Myrta, of Brooker, were and Sunday. as a part of the week had been devoted ast Friday for their home in Michigan.Last came and made a beautiful and strong I went to town de udder day,
address
q Friday morning he in which he showed the workof '
here afternoon. as was
Sunday returning An' I
t" I to looking after the construction of jes fell on de groun'When :
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown made
a home the W. C. T. U. in
from the colors.
, f.\I trip to Lake City Tuesday. "Hope Hall," especially the building postoffice and He glowing I heard de pace ob baCOllIt -.j
: was about two blocks Mr. W. F. said one thing that was -
h away very practical
r of additional wuz tirty cents ,
.. PALESTINE. Inman Harrison and Dennis Roberts some roadway. Work $ poun'
Godwin noticed small and everybody ought to know
a blaze of fire it, I'll chase
there is de rabbit-to de hollerAn'
progressing nicely now. |
were among those from Worthington the roof I was that the ,
---- on of his kitchen. He grain used to make liquor.
Mrs. F. E. Henry is home again after gave de gopher in de log {
Springs who attended church here last ;
I the alarm ought to be saved
and with by the'enforcement i
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. and little prompt assistancethe I'll
: Taylor Sunday. an extended visit at Plant City.A jine wid Parson TimmonsAn' f
=( L. C. Jr. and Misses Mabel andMaud I fire was soon extinguished with lof national prohibition for we need -
son, Mr. and Mrs. Angus Bielling, of number of our citizens have volunteered try an' steal a hog;
very little damage. A spark from the grain to make bread. That is
Taylor of Raiford spent the their services particularly I'll neber neber. time
"' !t Worthington, passed through here on to register the flue true. ntber, nary ,]
V> week-end at the home of Mr. N. H. Sunday enroute to Providence. military strength of our district with- blaze.was the probable cause of the II The Will I pay dat much for bacon
night meeting at the church
't; I Hurst. 0. V. Brooks and family, of Provi out compensation on June 5th. well was While de possum an on de line; .
; Mr. Arthur of Postmaster R. B. Jackson was vis- attended and the union of all the
Jacksonville a
I Hodges, Louis Marr and I'll trail him
dence, attended church here Sunday.R. family are now comfortably choirs by moonlight, ,
: is spending a few days with his niece, B. Crawford, of Midway, visitedin domiciled in the parsonage of itor to Starke last Saturday.Mr. of the churches worked together I'll trail him in dp dark, !;
who has been with her L. H. Hill was transacting business to furnish music for the occasion.
: grandmother -
J 'j our burg Saturday. the Christian church. I'll trail him (rum Lake Butler 1
: ; I in Starke The anthem "The Saloon "
i Mrs. J. J. Hodges, who has been ill for D. W. Carver, of Providence attended Extensive improvements have been Tuesday.Mr. Must Go, Clean down to Sister Starke.
,
rik Robert Blanchard went well and, the solo
:j the past month. made was a visitorto by the choir When
church here Sunday.H. on our streets under the super- bacon dat cos' thirty cents
.;\ Miss Geneva Hodges of Jacksonville S. Pinkston, Misses Liza Dukesand vision of Marshal B. J. Johns. Jacksonville last Friday. leader, accompanied on the guitar, giving Gits in dis mouf of mine ?
"t is few with friendsand Mrs. G. W. Brown was a visitor to the experience of a converted Irishman J
spending
days -
a We
Myrtie LaNire made a trip to HighSprings need a number of cottages for You kin ketch me an' arrest meAn'
relatives in this section. Jacksonville Tuesday and Wednesday. with a large family well "
was
; to visit friends and relativesone rent. It is now impossible to house impose a heavy fine,
j
\ ;j Mrs. C. J. Knight, of Lake Butler, I day last week. They made the the people who wish to come here. A lIar Rev. W. L. Overstreet filled his reg- rendered and effective. For you'll know dat I am crazy '|

. spent Saturday night with her brother trip by auto via Newberry. They report few street lights would help to dispel last appointment Sunday. at the Raiford church For de want of any sense; .'.;;
I I. Mr. H. A. Brannen. fine the darkness under our massive shade You kin
f t a time. LAKE BUTLER.LAKE I beat me, you kin punch
'. \ Misses Thelma Knight and Ruby: trees. Twinkle twinkle Two classes of the M. E. South Sun- "*
J Carl Brown and Earle Peeples made etc. I You kin fro me (.l.er de fence.
: Parrish, of Lake Butler, spent Satur day school spent Tuesday at Kingsley 'i i
t a trip to Worthington Sunday after E. H. Jones, of Tampa, formerly of -
\ day night with Effie and Cassie Hurst. noon. this place, was here on business during lake.Miss BUTLER May 23-The town \
i Mrs. W. B. Brannen and Mr. Lee __ last week and while here he leased to Margaret Peace,.who has been election held here yesterday resulted Personalews Items. ,
.
Brannen spent Saturday night with 1 J. B. Studstill the shop building west assisting her brother Mr. H. C. Peace, :in the election of the following named Last Sunday night: our friend X I

f the former's mother, Mrs. Addison, RAIFORD. ..: of the railroad where Mr. Studstill in his store, left last Friday for Jack- j officers for the ensuing year: A. C. Truby Willis, met with a serious lair i

r.l! of Raiford. i will move his up-to-date blacksmith sonville, where she will spend a few Strickland, mayor; J. W. Townsend having his crib. corn and fodder sVj:
. ,H I :Mr. Claud Gainey and family spent 1 shop in the near future. days after which she will return to I land C. H. Register, aldermen C. stroyed by fire, alto a fine mar W* 'j.
Saturday night with Mr. H. A. Bran Dr. L. L. Lamb and son and Mr. her old home at Micanopy. ; F. burned to death. This is *
R. Rivers pretty
I I D. and M. L. Raw-ley have moved i j clerk and assessor J. R. Chas- tog '
U t I nen. George lewis, of Brooker, were in Rai I with their families to Starke, where Mr. 0. A. Jackson spent Sunday I tain, treasurer; T. P. Register; tax collector on Mr. Willis especially when I'

f. 1 Mr. W. 0. Hodges and family spent ford Sunday. they have accepted positions as car- with relatives and friends in Jackson- ; G. V. Phillips, marshal Shel-- stuff is almost worth its weight r
r'I Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. Little Miss Evelyn White, the attractive I penters., ville. ton Hall, deputy marshal. ; gold. -1

,' t and Mrs. J. J. Hodges. little daughter of Mr. and I Miss Price, of Jacksonville, representing Mr Alfred L. Stalsby and Miss Lin- The vote in detail Mrs. H. S. Miller, of Miller, n Clif'JI '
was as follows
; Mr. Anton Feagle, of Lake Butler, Mrs. J. F. White of Lawtey, is visiting the State Sunday School Association nie May Wilkinson were united in mar- For Mayor : I led over to our city last Tuesday"j

-f If was in Palestine section on last Monday her sister, Mrs. W. H. Andrews, i in was a most pleasant visitor riage by Justice B. L. Blanchard last A. C. Struckland Mr. and Mrs. I). L. Clyatt. *-*

?t looking after our school matters.Mr. Raiford this week. here Monday. Miss Price made many Monday evening at the home of the H. N. Stanton 70 We are glad to know that MtLlb

; 1 I D. E. Wiggins spent Saturda Messrs. Geo. 0. Jacobs and B. D. friends while here. The object of her bride's mother Mrs. Laura Wilkinson. For Aldermen --_ 49 B. Crews, who has been in the St.f.. '

s;. night with his sister, Mrs. Mary Cole- Kelly made a business trip to Lawtey visit was to interest Sunday school They will go to their home near Starke J. W. Townsend cent hospital in Jacksonville for W*

man. Monday. workers in the where we wish them a long life Of ---- "" 79 time, has far that SB*"
I coming meeting of the 1 C. H. Register ___111111" so improved
; Misses Elizabeth and Ruth Blalock Mr. B. C. Rigdon, of Sapp, was happiness and I --- ____ 70 *)
)1 a Association at Lawtey next Sunday. prosperity. B. Feinberg left there and i is: visiting her sister |
Sunday afternoon with Cassie business visitor here Saturday. Mr. and Miss Tatum of Starke -- -- """" 18 'i
that
spent were J. C. Knight _____ "I" city. Mr. Crews expects to i
Mr.R._ B. Roberts and of ------- 64
family of guests Miss --
Hurst. ,
; \ and Pensie BROOKER. Margaret Lawrence For Clerk Jacksonville next :Sunday and ate:
and Assessor
r Mr. Leonard Coleman spent Saturday Worthington, were guests at the homeof last Tuesday. They attended the Ep- W. M. Overstreet pany her home.

1 night with his brother, Mr. Harley Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Roberts, in Rai worth League social with Miss Mar- C. F. Rivers _--1111111" 46 Master Kasp G. Duncan am*l
Coleman. ford Sunday. Miss Annie Clemons, of Lake garet. ----- 72 *
near last
f I For Sunday morning from Sutherbj
; i Messrs. N. H. Hurst and son, Daniel B. J. Rosier of the Rosier Bridgesection Butler, is the guest of Miss Myrta Lawtey is the place designated for I''J.I R. Chastain Treasurer where he has been attending ....t

t and L, C. Taylor and family motored was a business visitor here Morgan this week. the Bradford County Sunday School For -Tax--____________-__ 84 Southern College. Kasper is aa 'j

t to Lake Butler Saturday after I Saturday. Misses Edith and Merle Collins, of convention, and Sunday, May 27, is the T. P. Register Collector i ligent and buis.f
Rev. W. L. Overstreet of date. Bradford --------- 61 young rjan
Lawtey, Theressa with relatives in "
noon. are visiting county has never been J. E. Townsend ""'" make his mark in life. His B l
I-I spent Sunday and Monday in Raiford.Mr. Brooker. organized and every Sunday school Jr. _. 49 :1
and Mrs. W. S. Valencia had Master worker of the For Marshal friends were gal! to see him.
as Jewel Abbott, of Plant City is
county
t-S; NEW RIVER. their last urgently requested J. B. Chancey ______ Messrs. G. S. Taylor, Wm. ..
guests Saturday Mr. Valencia's is making a visit here with his grand- to be present the most of the G. --- ". 58 ito
V. street
Phillips and P. M. Padgett were
:: two little sisters Edith and Bea mother and relatives.Mr. day. Splendid speakers and workers ------------_. goT
: Mr. B. J. was business visitor trice. For Deputy Marshal the county seat last Monday. ,- -
Sapp H. P. Gainey and family were will be furnished by the state office at .tf.;
to Starke last Monday. -Hon. A. D. Andrews- left for Talla visiting relatives in Raiford last Sun- Jacksonville, and we are to come to- M. R.T. Moore Tillis ----IIIIIIIIIIIIIHI 22 -'.".t,
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