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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1917. NUMBER 49.

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FLAG RAISING DAY, TUESDAY, TORNADOES IN I AMERICAN MERCHANT SHIP FIGHTS COUNTY SOLONS



BROUGHT LARGE CROWDS TO CITY CENTRAL WEST ;1 SUB. FORCING IT TO SUBMERGE HELD THEIR JUNE



KILLS SEVERAL TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL SESSION MONDAYNEW

Ceremonies Were Simple and 1 REGISTRATION DAY Sixty Shots Exchanged Be-

Short But Very Impressiveand tween Sub. and U. S. Ship Names of Those Who Paid Subscription -
- Number of Those Registered in This During May.W. .
,. Beautiful. Precinct Was 315. RURAL DISTRICTS OF MIS- I The Silversheli. CONNER BRIDGE WAS

SOURI AND KANSAS SUFFER D. Carlton John P. Coffin ACCEPTED AND PAID FOR

.. JUDGE WILLS WAS THE Tuesday was the much heralded day I NUMBER OF SHIPS SUNK BY E., M. Hazen F. A. Andreu -

for registration for conscription, H. H. Lewis G. A. Gardiner
PROPERTY DAMAGE HEAVY IN i SUBS SURELY DECREASING SHERIFF! WILL INVESTIGATE:
4k ttK ORATOR OF THE OCCASION when all men between the ages of 21 S. L- Peek J. B. BrownW.

and 31 years had to register themselves : ALL DISTRICTS MANY INJURED P. Gifford J. B. Florrid COMPLAINTS (It' OJJSTRUC.TIOXS ,

I. STARKES OLD GLORY FLOATS to let it be known that they are BY TWISTERS i USUALLY INSPIRED FORECAST 0. B. Gordon C. H. Churchill IN CANALS.

ftet available for army duty. Crowds of I FROM LONDON IS TO THE EFFECT L. A. Davis, Jr. Mrs. McCormick
ett HIGHER THAN ANY OTHER young men came into town and wended I J. Q. Dix Mrs. Maud Graves -

ett FLAG IN STATE OF FLORIDA- their way to the registration office KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 6.-Tornadoes i THAT FEWER SHIPS ARE R- S. Griffis J. S. AndrewsT. Monday, June 4th, the board of

? FEET ABOVE SEA LEVELON which was in the former Carter : last night and early today I I BEING SUNK BY THE KAISER'S J./Dukes J. J.' Bielling county commissioners uas called to
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4 : & Rosenberg store. There Messrs.A. spread death and destruction through UNDER-SEA KERS. P. S. Denmark E. H. DouglassC. order at the court house by ChairmanS.
b. MUNICIPAL TANK TOWER. M. Darby, R. A. Weeks, Will Wain- rural districts of Missouri and Kan- i Sullivan Lucian WainrightJ. T. Dowling with all nv-mbers pres-

rtIde wright, C. A. Futch, J. L. Peek and sas. Reports tonight showed fifteen M. Dubose Raymond Griffis ent, to-wit: J. J. Black*elder, R. J.

J f. M. Brownlee were kept extremely were killed in Missouri and nine in I PARIS, June 7.-The American S. W. Wilson A. E. Cone Andrews, II. I 1) May, and J. L. Underhill -
Tuesday was Flag Raising busy with filling in blanks on a card Kansas. The number of injured has steamer Silvershell has had a battle R. R- Prevatt S. M. Dukes .

.tttf Day in Starke The ceremonies for each person. Toward noon the reached approximately 150 and esti- I i with a submarine in the :\It'diterran-I Mrs. J. C. Griffis C. J. Knight :Minutes: of last mcetiig read and

work slacked off. Those resgisteredin mates of the property damage place ean. After an exchange of sixty shots : J. B. Parmenter G. I. Cady approved. f
ta4bJ were short and simple, but this precinct numbered 315, of I it anywhere from $1,000,000 to $2- I the submarine disappeared. W. J. Sellings P. F. Bryan Bond of A. A. Stokes i'or constableof

tfBJ in the highest degree impressive which 86 were colored. As far as 000,000. Details of the fight were made pub- T. T. Blackburn Wiley Roberson the 1st district appr ,'ed.
known only a very few subject to registration The greatest loss of life apparentlywas I lic today by the ministry of marine. 0. A. Andreu L. L. Witt State pension claim: of? lrs. Welthy

The impressiveness was omitted this duty. in Boone county, Missouri, where I The Silvershell, commanded by Cap- .1 E. Norman Hardy WilliamsJ. L. Woodcock app.owed.! <

BJn by the fact that the The registration is really only a the tornado dipping here and there tain Tom Carlton, sighted the sub- T. Jones Miss Estelle LanierE. Petition presented signed by W. E.
! heightened survey to find out how many are avail- claimed eleven persons. In Carroll marine on May 30. In the running J. Ward S. J. Andrews Torode and other citiyi-n.t.and I taxpayers -

!U day was the one set apart for able for army duty, and the conscription Charlton and Ray counties four are fight which followed the American M. D. Carter Dr. B. H. Hoke of Lawtey District );0. 1, asking ,
soup will probably not have to be dead-three at Richmond and one at boat proved speedier than its enemy D. W. Moore Miss Lois M. KellyT. that the name of Mrs Laura Wilkerson '
!10ftell the registration of the young eaten as hot as it is cooked. Whitam.In I and seemed also to be the master in J. Poppell J. T. AndrewsG. be placed upon the pauper roll

tile men subject to draft under the The young patriots attended the Kansas the deaths totalled eight'J gun fire. The disappearance of the G. A. Epperson B. Browning and assistance be granted' her by the t
flag raising and many took dinner at in the country southwest and west of submarine was sudden. Mrs. II. M. Hill A. V. VarnesA. county. Upon motion arfI second petition -

: conscript law, and followingthe the: Red Cross dining hall. They were Topeka. One was killed at Savon- I' F. Griffis R. B. RobertsCol. accepted ant I ordeied that she

it flag will be a very real action an able looking set of men and look- burg, near lola, where the- tornado LONDON, May 7-The weekly toll V. J. Shipman Wm. II- Thomas be paid $4 per month. .
ed like they were willing to fight for appeared early today. j of German submarines will be made Arch J. Thomas J. B. Abraham Names of Mrs. lYte t Parmenterand
I for of them Uncle Sam whenever called on to do The of the tornado
some course was public in London today, and; the forecast W. S. Bryant J. A. LevyMILITARY Eliza Williams, upon motion were 1
101I After formation at the Red Cross so. marked by odd jumps. First it appeared -| from the British capital usually ordered dropped from pauper roll.

lien of near Topeka, early in the day inspired, predicts that the announce- I Name of Silas Scott was ordered
headquarters the town's company ELECTION WILL BE HELD TO and then came to earth again in Ray CENSUS IN COUNTY placed roil amt:
: the cheering news of upon pauper paid $1.50per
carry
.iBM Boy Scouts, marshalled by Scout Mas- SETTLE THE COW QUESTION county, Missouri, shortly before mid- another marked decrease in merchant month.

T. H. Halligan, marched down night. Then it tore through a wide
ter -
shipping losses. The of the made
nap. ravages Complaint to the
board
that
Call street to the residence of Mr. Citizens Will Have to section of that county wiped out half .. 1,238 Young Men Registered For Service
8. Opportunity U-boats have steadily diminished since some of the ditches and cjinals in the
. ., and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, across the Wishes Ballot Box. the town of Dean Lake, in Carrol' Tuesday. I
,., Express at the week ending April 22, when 55 East Starke Drainage District
were
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from the flagstaff. They were county, and then swooped down againon r v 14 !
4llt- street ships were sent to the bottom. Last being obstructed by placing wire fences ''
:lab followed by the Camp Fire Girls. The At the regular meeting of the city the little town of Witham. The week only 18 vessels were reported The subjoined table gives in simple and logs across said.ditches: and-

no boys in their smart khaki uniforms, council held Tuesday night petition tornado descended again at Provi- sunk. figures the number of white and colored canals. The board after consideringsame
and the graceful young ladies in white a dence, in the hills of SouthwesternBoone The curb the submarines men who registered for
feX containing the names of about 125 citizens tightening on war ser ordered that the sheriff make
ueriu. made a very pleasing impression. The was presented asking that the county and twisted its way I has synchronized with the arrival vice Tuesday- The result of the registration examination of the charge and have
spacious veranda of the Limbaugh through Midway, Prathersville, Halls- of the American destroyers to take is being tabulated in the
cow ordinance be so amended as to allow party or parties to removlall of such
"'J residence was 'occupied by membersof milk cows the freedom of the i yule and through Centralia, after it part in the campaign and a renewal of clerk's office, and as soon as the workis obstructions, and parties refusing to
the Red Cross and a few of the then disappeared and was heard of no British raids air and the ,, finished the Telegraph will publisha
streets between daylight and dusk I by sea on do so, would lie forced prominent men of the city. The per- the empounding ordinance to apply to more until it struck Savonburg Kan- U-boat bases on the Belgian coast, I detailed list of names and other interesting .
, IBJM gola was draped in the national colors sas, this morning. attacks have information. law.S.
especially powerful
them after The i I
and reserved for the orator of the only nightfall. coun- I # T. Dowling and J- L. Underhill,
District White Col.'TotalNo
been made
cil feared that to undertake this mod- on Zeebrugge.
the committee
appointed |"f the boardto
RESULT OF TENNIS TOURNA _____
Uhf day.Dr. ification of the ordinance would bring The British are maintaining the terrific 1-Lawtey 93 23 116
have the
the
bridge knowivas Con-
l idComo A. H. Freeman presented the about endless trouble and MENT. { bombardment and trench raids No. 2-L. Butler___121 51 172
annoyanceto ner bridge built across Nfc'w River report -
j; handsome American flag to Mayor Joe concerned, but since the I against the German lines in the Ypres No. 3-Palestine __ 57 2 59
everyone that said bridge was ?juilt accord-
Hill Williams, as a gift from the citizens petition was so numerously signed In the first round of the tennis section. The bombardment and raids No. Providence _.62 34 96
ing to the plans and notifications of
seers, of Starke. Mayor Williams, in I they felt that it was entitled to care- tournament in StarkeS. have been maintained for several days No. 5-Brooker ____ 75 16 91
said and
contract amounting $825
r. E. a short but eloquent speech, acceptedthe ful consideration. After a lengthy discussion S. Dowling defeated J. L. Peek and the feeling is general that Gen. No. 6-Starke _____229 86 315 that said amount be paid to to said con-
a. Scpep flag and in turn delivered it to a of the matter it was decidedto 6462. Haig is about to launch another slash- No. Hampton __ 32 16 48 tractor.H. .
), deputation of Boy Scouts who carriedit submit the of ing blow against the Germans.The No. 8-Raiford ____127 34 161
structure question empoundingcattle Gus Beasley defeated J. E. Futch D. May and J. I.. Underhill were
to the foot of the high unrest which is seething at all No. 9-Worthington 51 26 77No.
to vote of the citizens of the
.'; a 6-3, 62. appointed as a committee Jo meet with
from which it was to float, and where for points throughout continental Europe 10-New River 16 17 33
election that
town and an pur- the committee of the Alachua
Mr. W- H. Philips, superintendent of called for Tuesday, July 3rd, Harold Wall defeated Allan Canova has had a fresh manifestation in an I No. 11-Graham __ 23 19 42 county
was
loos, the light and water plant, stood readyto the pose understanding being that the coun- 4-6, 6-3, 6-2. outbreak of rioting in Stockholm. For I No. 12-Theressa __ 16 12 28 commissioners to examine the public
Santa Fe river between
bend it to the. halyards and hoistit. In the second round J. F. Kickliter, bridge across
months there have been
some reports -
in the ,
cil will be governed matter by Waldo their
and and
ina the result of the election. Jr., defeated Gary Ennis 6-1, 6-0- of growing discontent among the Total ___________902 336 1238 Hampton at the next meetr.g, bf,file the board.report ';

As the beautifulhope-inspiring The proposition to be submitted to Gus Beasley defeated S. S. Dowling masses of the Swedish people and now I Communication received from Mrs.A. t

I I. emblem of freedom, good will, enlightenment the citizens will be as follows: 7-5, 3-6, 6-3. comes the significant news of militaryand TELEGRAPH'S CORRSPONDENTSThe I' M. Darby and others, a committeeof
i' and security slowly ascendedand Levy Alvarez defeated Harold Wall police guards thrown about the the Civic Cub, in reference to the
was caught by the breeze, the For empounding cattle. 7-9, 7-5, 6-3. parliament building and clashes be- destitute condition of the Potts fam-
Camp Fire Girls sweetly sang "The tween the workers and the police. following ladies and gentlemenare
N. Sternberg defeated Ray Colley ily living near Lawtey aad request u
Star Spangled Banner." As the flag Against empounding cattle. 6-2, 6-4. The Russian situation remains vague regular weekly correspondents for that the County Commissioners make I
finally reached the top of the flagpole I and uncertain. The possibility of a the Telegraph and will be glad to receive -
for Their relief.
swaying in the breeze, kissed by In the third round Gus Beasley defeated Teutonic offensive is hinted at in the news items for publication: some arrangements
If the majority of the votes cast J. F. Kickliter, Jr., 5-7, 6-2, After being considered Commissioner
the sun, it gave the impression of official reports from Petrograd that Justice B. L. Blanchard, Lawtey. the boardto
for the ordinancewill Dowling was appointed by
empounding,
something strong, protective, uncon- are 61. the Austro-German artillery has opened Mr. O. J. Phillips, Woodlawn.:
conditions and
the
left it stands. If the investigate report -
querable, inspiring hope and venera- be as now Levy Alvarez defeated N. Sternberg an intense fire on the Galician front Mr. A. J. Nimmo, Hampton.
majority vote is against empounding, I same at the next meeting of said
tion in the breasts of the multitudeswho 6-1. 1210. Miss Effie Hurst, Palestine.Mrs. !
4 the ordinance will be repealed and all board.
with bared heads and glisteningeyes cattle will be allowed the freedom.ofthe In the final Levy Alvarez defeatedGus IN HONOR OF MISS HARRISON.Mrs. J. E. Harper, Lake Butler. E. S. Matthews, Mr?. J. D. Randall
looked aloft. Beasley 6-3, 6-2, 9-7 which gave Mr. Leon Sikes, Raiford.Mr. .
streets. The council felt that and Mrs. T. E- Waldrup, representingthe !
introduced Judge Mr. Alvarez the right to challenge entertained the : N. H. Stokes, Miller-
Dr. Freeman.now there could be no half way enforce- H. 0. Smith County Agricultural Preparedness \
J. T. Wills the orator of the day. ment of the ordinance and that the Mr. Clifford Chancey for the cham- following young people at her com- Miss Daisy Lewis, Worthington.Mr. Commission, appeared 'before the

Judge Wills entered the pergola and man who owns stock cattle would be pionship of Starke. In the challenge I I fortable home in the southeastern por- T. J. Collins, Brooker. board to ask that the county commis-
f* strained to not miss a match Chancey defeated Alvarez 3-6, the Miss Lena Merritt, Long Bridge. of mak-
every ear was discriminated against if it tried to tion of Starke Wednesday evening;, sioners co-operate in 1' work
word of what he had to say. Judge carry out the request of the petition- 4-fi/ 6-2. 6-1, 9-7. entertainment being in honor of her Any kindness shown our correspondents ing a census of the unty's agricul- ,
Wills, besides being one of the fore- At one time in the last set Mr. Alvarez niece, Miss Elsie Harrison, of Worth- in the way of furnishingthem tural products, the idea being that "

most orators of Florida is of such sin- ers.Those persons, and only those, who lacked just one point of the set ington: with news items, will be much each county commissionewould under ,

cere a nature that he could not possibly were qualified to vote at the last town and match, and though he was servinghe Misses Elsie Harrison, the honoree, appreciated by the Telegraph. take to secure from his districtthe

utter a sentiment that he did election will be permitted to vote at failed to score the necessary point Lucile Tatum, Gladys Gardiner, Doris data that is desire by the national -

not feel in his heart. This was well the election to be held on July 3rdJ. and Mr. Chancey won and continues to Scott, Ella May Long, Anna Canova, BAPTIST CHURCH. government in taking stock of the

known by his audience and they hung L. Peek, F. P. Shaffer and T. N. hold the trophy- Some of the younger Florence Matthews; Messrs. Harold |I nation's agricultural resources. The

upon his word. Disdaining all hack- Kendrick were appointed managers of players may yet win from Mr. Wall, Jim Kickliter, Wilbur Scott, members of the board promised to cooperate -
neyed expressions he presented a host the election. Chancey who has won the champion- Pitt Tomlinson, Gary Ennis', Gus Good services both morning and I in the work.

t of original thoughts on the subjectof I ship three times in succession, but Beasley, Raiford Epperson, John Pow- evening last Sunday. One was received Cost bill was presented by L. R. c

patriotism. His speech was not COUNTY PHYSICIANS' MEET. I' vhoever defeats him must expect to ell. by letter. Green, Justice of the 5th district in

long but every word went home, and play good tennis. -.*> Refreshments in the way of an ice The sanctuary is cool and cosy with case of Florida vs Jesse Williams. Up,1

when he ended, and a deafening applause cream course with cake and crackerswas plenty of fans for everybody. on motion and second it was laid over :

had been given him, everyoneof A meeting of the Bradford County B. M.: Leverett, a well known Worthington served Those who were present Regular services next Sunday to until next meeting of board. ,i,
e his hearers had gained in patrio- Medical Association was held in Starke Springs business man, was a pronounce the occasion a completesuccess. which the public is cordially invited.W. Petition of Elizabeth :Weathersby V! sj

tism, love of humanity and pride of Wednesday afternoon. The meetingwas visitor to Starke Wed.ie.day. G- LAW, referred to S. T. Dow ling;for investigation !- 1.
attended by Drs. E. T. Campbell, Pastor. 'I
recommended that
country. I was same i
A. H. Freeman. Tomlinson, of -- -.. ----.--- I be refused. :
The American Flag Starke, J. E. Maines and Seeber King, '
TIImI.\S- OR)1.\X. Owing to press of b.ismes! sin the
Unfurl the flag of freedom, lo behold! of Lake Butler, E. L. Biggs, of Law- clerk's office, the bills at This session r

'd The ensign bold of a people young and tey,. and J. 0. Phillips, of Worthington. How to Buy $50 Liberty Loan Mr. James Thomas- and Miss Let- could issue of not the be Telegraph.tabulated in time for this

; tie Norman married the afternoon
A resolution was unanimously were on
Repeat our banner's story, adopted pledging the members of the Bond of U. S. in InstallmentsHere of Saturday, June 2nd, the ENTERTAINS "
Salute the flag of glory MR. AND MRS. GROOV'KR -
of freedom in each Association to take care of the practice ceremony being performed by Rev.A. '
Reveal the stars
i' I of any member who may be called J. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
t ; fold. I to the front during the war, turn- is how to buy a $50 Liberty bond in installments, will make their future home in Jack-

ing over to his family one-third of I as prescribed by the government.One sonville, where the former has a good The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ; ,

ill ; Every true heart of the nation deep the proceeds of the practice so longas dollar deposit is required when the official applica- position. Their many friends wish Groover in the Erooker section, was 1

ofig 1 1III must feel such member holds a commission tion blank is signed and filed with the Federal Reserve bankor them all happiness. the scene of a very pleasant gather-

The thrilling patriotic vim and zeal lower in rank than major, and at the other authorized agency. ing of young people on Sunday afternoon -

'. Which has shaped our glorious fate, close of the war to deliver to such June 15 the government will give notification whetherthe MARRIAGE OF A WELL KNOWN June 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. Groov-

'!. I Making each new grateful state member his practice intact. bond has been allotted. If not, the deposit will be returned COUI'LET LAKE BUTLER. ,I er's guests wore: Misses\ Nannie
In Old Glory's azure field a living Dr. Philips, of Worthington, presi- Howard, Alice Howard, Gracie Pad-

Lit ; seal! dent of the Association, has lately where the applica- gett, Ollie Padgett, Lomie Thomas,
been commissioned a lieutenant in the June 28 pay $9 through the agency Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock Miss Froney Rivers, Lydia Groover; and .'

d. i medical and short- tion was filed. Rosa Byrd acted as bridesmaid at the Messrs. Reddick Thomas, Kllery Tho-
.; God has made our land a nation rich ly reserve be ordered into corps service. may July 30 pay $10. August 15 pay $15. August 30.pay Mixon-McDonald wedding, and soon mas, Jeff Padgett, Neal Dial, Britton +

Ie&a. and great, $15. afterwards became a bride herself, Groover, Robert Groover, Minzie
He inspired our fathers with a nation's FARM CHANGES HANDS. When the second payment is made an official certificate when the matrimonial service was per- Groover and Dave Shaw.R. i:

.t fate, will be given. When all payments have been made the bond formed for her and Mr. Othoe Mizell, i
Id E. D. Futch of Raiford, recentlysold
few ,
t. Their principles were will be delivered. at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. B. D. Wells, of Vidalia, Ca., visited ,
his farm to the state to be included -
Immortal, simple, true- Farm and The $50 bonds have coupons which call for the pay- Chancey, Rev. L. A. Rawls, of the friends in Starke during the week.
for and in the State Prison
Eternal His laws
man
are half June 15 and the rest Baptist church of this city officiating.The .
the R. M. Johnson farm ment of $1.75 interest yearly, on
""\ state. has bought be entire community joins in wish- Mrs. W. J. Grant of St. Augustine, ;
. Mr. Johnson is now on Dec. 15. They run for 30 years though they may redeemed ,
Lawtey.
near
. after 15 ing them a long and prosperous mar- is spending a while with her parents, i
-
,:J. the lookout for a good farm in Bradford I years.
ried life. Drand Mrs. J. 0. Haynes;
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?i '\. RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. .. u. C. V. GIVEN A HEARTY WELCOMEIN FIRST MILITARY CENSUS OF THIS I TlzeBeautySecretjLadies PM



i 4 + . 4'4 .. NATION'S CAPITAL _THIS WEEK NATION COMPLETED ON TUESDAYWASHINGTON I t 'f: desire charm-a that ir>esislible


I I I'4p2 l Of coujse

I tors who have come to attend the June 5.-More' /I '.r\tL\ they do not wish others

4. Washington Gives Cordial twenty-seventh annual reunion of the than ten million Americans en- man who wished to enlist in the armyor t4 to know a beautger

Greeting to Sons and Daugh- United Confederate Veterans, the first rolled themselves young today for war ser- j. navy. ; f1ff: has been used so tljey
gathering of its kind ever held out- ;
who enrolled himself today
t ters of the Southland. side of "Confederate territory." vice. Registration day, with but a > Any man 'f ;;? buy a bottle of ]
few weeks of preparation, saw the '! but whose patriotic impulse bids

OFFERS ATLANTA AS- Grand Army men were minglingwith first taken in the him step into the ranks now and not
FLORIDA military census ever
SISTANCE.The GRAND ARMY MEN LINK their old-time opponents in gray United States completed without a j' await selection day, will pass from Magnolia Bairn
and in addition Spanish war veterans
the lists automatically. A
registration
single untoward event.of consequence. I LIQUID FACE POWDER j
ARMS WITH THE REBELS and the men now in training for ser- man may take his choice as to the part
Florida Red The manhood of the nation obeyed: and use according to limple dirrAioni .
North Chapter vice in France added a touch of color I of the great national in which Imp :> etnrnl -
army tt noticed at SoolhinK.
Cross offered their assistance to Atlanta unique in American history. An escort the president's call and volunteered he will serve, regulars, National Heala Sunburn.once. .t"p.l an.rooling:mdIcfrciKing.

just after the big fire last week, but FIRST TIME REUNION HAS BEEN of Grand Army men met Gen. in mass, setting at naught all the Guard or selective army. An. H'Aifc. JW/W.

other chapters nearer had already fur- HELD OUTSIDE THE SOUTHERN George. P. Harrison, commander in schemes and plottings! of German sym- 7Sc. at'Drugguto arts mail JmcL ,

nished all the help necessary. STATES-VETERANS VISITED chief of the Confederate Veterans, on pathizers and the few cranks who been Late officially tonight reported only four to arrests the depart-had Sample (either color) for 2c. Stu j>. I
his arrival the have agitated against registrations. It
ARLINGTON SUNDAY today. Although reunion ment of justice-at Hamilton Ohio, i Lyon Mfg.Co.. 40 South Fifth St.}Jro4Jyny! : .
RED CROSS HEADQUARTERS. will not be formally opened until remains but to select the men who ; ,

PAYING TRIBUTE TO DEAD. tomorrow, for all purposes it is are to go to the front. Hartford Conn., Richmond, Va., and !II __ ....
., at a small place near St. Louis.
The headquarters of the local Red now in full swing. Washington resi- From virtually every state reassuring -
With the of each
closing registration -
Cross were opened to the public last dents, Congressmen and Senators are messages came tonight to Brig- Whenever You weed a Oeneral1'oal.. .
WASHINGTON June Confederate precinct officials went at once to
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Tuesday in the old school building on almost swamping the camp groundsto adier General Crowder, provost mar- Take Grove'sThe
veterans here for their annual the task of sorting and classifying the
N. Walnut street. convince the one time "rebels" that shal general federal supervising official Old Standard Grove's Tsstelew
reunion went to Arlington today and they welcome to the goal the While cardsThere is much work to be donein chill Tonic is
In the future the various committees are now theyso of great enterprise. equally valuable iu a
paid tribute to the South's dead. order that the brief synopsis which
will hold their meetings at this determinedly threatened half a no complete statement from any state General Tonic because it contain the
President Wilson and Mrs. Wilson attended each governor will make to Gen. well known tonic propertiesof.'
Visitors will always be wel- century ago. were transmitted up to a late hour D.n
1 place. the services but the Presidentdid Crowder, of the registration of his and IRON. It acts on the Liver, iVives
All various
comed at day today, as remnantsof the governors were unanimous in reporting -
headquarters
not speak. He received an ovation regiments arrived and marched in that complete quiet had prevailed state, may go forward promptly.Gen. out Malaria, Enriches the DI from Crowder made it clear that the Builds up tb Whole S"stem0\
the old soldiers however, and ppts
order the the
THE FLAG.There's military through city, throughout the day and that a
many shook hands with him. old "rebel yell" fell on unfamiliarears. full registration was indicated.In registration acted as a bar against no p ; .

The exercises, held in the shadow of en men who reported that they had You get all the important l1:1thal,
precincts the late
the monument erected to the Confederate some comers dependent families men with'obvious
I no coward stripe upon it, "Join the Cavalry" seemed to be a forced officials to keep the polls open ; state, county news in the Telegraph.
And no shame is written on it. dead by the women of the Con- physical disabilities, and those whose r
favorite tune with the fife and drum until after the 9
long p. m., closing '
All the blood that's in its crimsonIs federacy, were opened with the soundof occupations are certain to keep them -
and there time hour in the
hardly Gen.
set
was regulations.
corps a
the blood of manhood true; assembly call by the marine band at home, declined to make such a
that these small bands could not be Crowder authorized them EDGAR
to EV'E
There's no base and brutal glory and the singing of the Star-Spangled keep openas I..claim. Apparently they have entered $

Woven sadly in its story. Banner by a special choir, the old soldiers seen marching. down Pennsylvaniaavenue. selves.long as men wished to enroll them- .fully into the very spirit of the law. Optician Tested-

It's a bright flag and a right flag, and the audience helping to They are content to leave the ques- JACKSONVILLE.FLA. TBrokin

And the flag for me and you swell the refrain. The early reports, showing a full tion of exemption to the exemption Lerxses

Flowers were strewn on the graves Washington, June 5.-Veterans and turn out all over the country indicated boards. They have no claims to make Same. Duplicated i
Day as Retieved. I Ic
It's the flag without a letter; I and special services were held at the visitors in Washington by thousandsfor that the estimates of the census bureau but are ready to do their share, what- We Socialize on fal Orders-We R\,y PcsKr. s,
the number of
It's the flag of manhood better; tomb of the unknown dead and the the twenty-seventh annual reun- as to men within ,ever it may be. 140 W. FOR3YTH IT. 1 I

done grave of General Joe Wheeler. ion of the United Confederate Vete- the specified age limits would be ver- the refusal of hundreds of thousandsof ,
It has never a mean thing,
Never waved above a brute; General Bennett H. Young, past rans, joined today in giving Presi- ified by the count. Wherever partial men to make any reply to the ques- I I

Greed and hate it never shielded, commander in chief of the Veterans, dent Wilson a great ovation when he figures were available, the estimate tion: "Do you claim exemption?" ev- "_ -.t

Unto it never yielded, and Representative Frank Clark of welcomed the soldiers of Dixie to the checked closely. A feature of the registration was
wrong
Florida, were the orators. nation's capital and told them the
It's fine divine flag '
a flag, a () R. Davis
: -----
salute. "We are here to honor our Confed- country was beginning to understandthat J.
That in reverence we
erate dead who gave their lives for one of the purposes of Provi- FLAG RAISING DAY, TUESDAY, TOO WELL SUPPLIED.

one of the noblest principles that ever dence in keeping the nation united BROUGHT LARGE CROWD HERE -
: It's the flag of all the glory & Company
moved human hearts, nerved human was for the opportunity now before Henry Singleton and Ed. Richard :
That is written in man's story; ii
It's the emblem of his freedom arms or stirred human souls-the America to fight for liberty and man- (Continued From Page 1.) two Baker county negroes, came to

precious doctrine of self government," kind. His declaration that the day Raiford Saturday. The authorities
And the hope of linen oppressed; '
General Young said. "Our blessed was one of gladness because of the there discovered that the men had INSURANCE
It asks no disgraceful duty, republic is now engaged in the great- sacred memories and of rededicationof booze in their than
more possession
Never stains with shame its beauty, a Americans we are, and brave at heart, i I It
It's flag, and sure flag est of all wars. The human imagination a united country to those princi- And every man of us will do his part. the law allowed, and arrested them. '
a
a pure cannot yet grasp the figures that ples that have made America tried before -
It is flag and the best. great Let our declaration stand They were County Judge
our
-The American Boy. shall tttimate and calculate the lossesof among the nations of the earth was Soul aflame and flag in hand, Geo. A. Gardiner Monday, found guil- t Starke, :-: Florida j ;

this stupendous conflict. We know greeted by the veterans with a rous- We will serve in peace and war with ty and each of them was fined $50 and

full well that the American nation will ing cheer. willing heart. costs, with the usual alternative. 4 *"*"' t;:;4 ..

GENERAL PERSHING AND THE measure up to the most exacting Je- The great hall in which the Presi-

RED CROSS. mands of humanity and shall with dent spoke was filled with thousands Refrain GREEN'S AUGUST FLOHF.R.

fullest hope and with out a single fear and twice that many more had to be The Stars and Stripes shall never kiss HANDS Has been used for all
ailments
ARMS that
abide the hour when the world will
I
turned away because of the lack of the dust,
,
: Major General John J. Pershing, witness the complete triumph of the room. While waiting for the Presi- The sword of Justice never sleep in are caused by a disordered ston-ach
commander of the Southern Depart- principles of a people's governmentand and inactive liver, such as sick: headache -
dent the Veterans and visitors cheered rust, LIMBS
ASLEEP constipation, sour stomach, nervous -
ment of the United States be- a'true democracy.
army 0 hearts
the various leaders as they came our are loyal, true nta.on'of
'. came a member of the American Red The exercises were under the aus- on the platform. The Marine Band To our old red, white and blueLo.e indigestion, ferm food'

i- Cross on Washington's birthday, 1917, pices of the local organization of the kept the old soldiers in joyous humor for God and home and countryis palpitation of the heart ca'sed! iy gas-

at El Paso, Texas. Upon his return United Confederate Veterans, Sons of by playing beloved airs of the South our trust. And Was Run-Down, Weak and es in the stomach. August Flower is .

: from Mexico, where he was in com- Veterans, Daughters of the Confeda- and each time they swung into "Dix- Nervous Says Florida a gentle laxative, regulates digestion
Lady. both stomach
expedition he and the Southern Relief in and intest nt-s. cleans
mand of the punitive racy Societyof ie" the "Rebel would
yell" ring-
had only the highest praise for the the District of Columbia.* The the hall. go Highest Flag in StateA Five Bottles of Cardui ar& sweetens the stomach -tjd alimentary -
ing through singular fact is, that the flag at ..
canal, stimulates the 1i,e.r to se-
organization and its work in connec- annual memorial exercises, a featureof I
The number of veterans here is Starke undoubtedly floats from Made Her Well.
estimated a ciete the bile and impurities fro-n the
t tion with the soldiers of his army. He every reunion, will be held in the ,
at and the tents higher point than other in Flor- !
: said: Confederate section of Arlington nearly 7,000 any ---- bicod. 25aand 75 tent b'y.I'\i, Sold
on
\ "I believe in the Red Cross, for I Wednesday. The veterans will go over provided for them' could not accom- ida. According to levels taken on Kathleen, Fla.-Mrs. Dallas Prine, b/ C. P Cason.
modate all of the late Flag Raising Day from the
have observed it in operationDuring in a body, headed by General Gco. comers. Manyof government of this place says: "After the birth
the leaders declare this is the datum at the court house the -
the last week of last November I received P. Harrison the commander in chief- largest of my last child. ..! got very much r---- ___ ;-- _
reunion in of from which it rises has elevation
a letter from Washington Bishop CoKns'; Deny, of Richmond!, point attendance of spot an run-down and weakened, BO much
visitors held. The of 155.975 feet above that I General Insurance
ever presentationof mean could hardly do anything at
headquarters, asking me to list the Va.. will be the orator.
a United States flag to General sea level. The ball of the flagstaffis all I was so awfully nervous that .
needed the Unit-
that
things were by
Harrison at the initial meeting of the 128.458 feet above the ground which I could scarcely endure the least I represent none but FIRST

ed States soldiers in Mexico. Washington, June 4.Probably the Confederate Veterans by Col. Andrew makes an elevation above sea level of noise. My condition was getting CLASS companies and will be

t "I think in spent two or three days largest number of Southerners ever Cowan of the G. A. R. was the sig- 284.433 feet. Flags may wave from worse all the time. .. constantly on the alert to'pro-
list. I rememberthat
thinking up that gathered in a city north of the Potomac nal of a patriotic demonstration led higher poles, perhaps, in our seaport I I knew I must have some relief or mote interests. Guarantee
I named tobacco, pipes, picket I I would be your "j
soon In
are in the national capital tonight. by the veterans. The ana cities but of low the bed and In a
stars stripes they are so eleva- : I
serious courteous treatment to all
knives, bandana handkerchiefs, need- include condition for I felt so badly pa. _r,
They Confederate Veterans I
side side tion above the
were hung with the till their
by stars sea heightsare and was so *
nervous and trons. A well
les and candy-not anything fancy, weak I could written polky by
Sons of Veterans Daughters of the and bars behind the less than
officer
presiding ours.
hardly live. \
My husband
but the good, old time stick candy. asked Dr. a first-class agent in first-
: Also and marmalade. I Confederacy, sponsors, maids of hon and will remain there throughout the The flag is 9x12 feet in area, just about my taking CarduL He a
jams prescribed
of marmalade. or, chairmen, and thousands of visi- reunion. the right size to look well at that ele said, 'It's a good medicine, and good class company sometimes means
little jars
vation. The staff, which is an iron for that trouble', so he got me 5 bottles. much in case of loss by fire.
"Well, sir, do you know that my ...After
about
.
- pipe, was put up by Superintendent the second bottle I ,
suggestions were adopted literally? RED CROSS DINNER ON REGIS- felt greatly Improved..before H. C. RICHARD Starke
LIFT
YOUR CORNS Philips and fastened to the iron ladder taking ,
Each in command received a it limbs
man my TRATION DAY. my and hands and
r comfort bag from the Red Cross for OFF WITH FINGERS I that runs up the side of the water would go to sleep. After taking arms It, __"

Christmas, and each bag contain tankIt was a job that few would however, this poor circulation disaD-. I

exactly the articles named in the list. The Red Cross dinner given on registration care to tackle. peared. My strength came back to WHAT IS

"The men had more fun and they day was a pronounced suc. Tells How to Loosen Tender The American flag, though the em- me and I was soon on the road to
.
enjoyed it more and will remember it cess. The Red Cross as a whole and a blem of the youngest country, is yet health. After the use of about 5 hot.

longer than any Christmas they ever the public in general gave and worked Corn or Callus so it Lifts the oldest in the world, as all other ties and, attend I could to do all my house-work

had. Nobody can ever tell just what most generously for this: patricti; Out Without Pain. countries, through divisions or addi- sides." my six children be- LAXFQSLAXFOS

i; these presents from the Red Cross object. The Camp Fire Girls helped tions, have had their flags altered You can feel safe In giving Cardul

: meant to them, and no one exceptI greatly by acting as waiters for the since the American flag was adopted. a thorough trial for your troubles. It

those who were there and felt the occasion, and the Boy Scouts also assisted You reckless men and women who The flags of some countries, through contains no harmful or habit-forming IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA::

:: spirit of the thing can appreciate it in various ways. The Finance, are pestered with corns and who have absorption by other countries have drugs, but is composed of mild vegetable A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE

, fully. committee desires to thank each and I at least once a week invited an awful ceased to exist. The stripes on our medicinal Ingredients with no

I}, "Therefore I am for the Red Cross.I everyone who so kindly assisted. death from lockjaw or blood poisonare flag are thirteen in number, seven red bad aftereffects. Thousands of women CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC

know it is capable of great good be- The net sum of $43 was realized. now told by a Cincinnati authority and six white, being significant of the have voluntarily written, telling of LAX-FOS is not a Secret or Patent Medicine ':

. .-I cause it accomplished great good in The local Chapter now has a goodly to use a drug called freezone, which thirteen states which existed when the the good Cardul has done them. It but is composed of the following
Should help old-fashioned
my command in Mexico. From the balance in the bank of $125. the moment a few drops are appliedto flag was born. The stars, at first on- you too. Try it. E 74 roots and herbs:

(r, bottom of my heart I hope the people any corn or callus the soreness is ly thirteen, are now forty-eight, a r- WATCH THE LICE CASC'ARA BARK

t will support it." SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS. relieved ard soon the entire corn or new star being added whenever a new BLUE FLAG ROOT

And in the letter to the Red Cross callus. root and all, lifts off with the state is being admitted to the sister- On chicks. These parasites sap the RHUBARB ROOT

headquarters in Washington, he adds: fingers hood. Our flag is the pride of the very life blood out of them. Dust BLAOKROOTMAYAPPLEROOT i

: It would be a difficult task to convey I School board met in regular sessionon Freezone dries the moment it is applied native, the hope of the man of the the hen at night with B. A. Thomas'

: to you the heartfelt appreciationof June 4, with Messrs. J. C. McRae, and simply shrivels the corn or foreign shore, the inspiration of the Louse Killer and your troubles are SENNA LEAVES
of this J. E. and T. callus American soldier. Long it ended. It also kills bugs on cucumber
the officers and men command Douglass B. Pinholster without inflaming or even irri- may wave! AND
for the most generous shower present. tating the surrounding tissue or skin I tomato and squash vines. We sell it PEPSIN

: of presents that are pouring in on every Minutes of previous meeting read I A small bottle of freezone will cost Plies Cured In e to 14 Days to you and if it does not make good, the In LAX-FOS addition the of CASCARA these digestive is improved ingredients by-
-- truck train. There will be and we will, D. C. Jones, Starke, Fla. June
ample approved. very little at any of the drug stores Yotr druggist will fjfund money If PAZO making it better than nlnary{ CAS :
: and to spare for all purposes. Each Reference as to Five Mile school Lut will positively rid one's feet of OINTMENT fails to crre any case of Itching. 1-8-15-22-29. CARA,and thus the combination acts not -

;:; station will get its share according to continued. every hard or soft corn or hardened The first.Bleeding application Protruding gives Ease Hies and in 6to Rest.14da Sue>s. the Telegraph. only as a stimulating laxative anl cathar-

, its numbers. Upon motion it was ordered that; callus. If your druggist hasn't any Read tic but also as a digestive and liver tonic.

Everybody has felt the inspiration II. C. Richard have insurance on Bradford I freezone he can get it at any wholesale Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAX-FOS:

: of your active interest and each camp County High School building andJ. drug house for )'OU. ((60)) combines strength with palatable! aro- ,

; is trying to outdo the others. Here R. Davis & Co. insurance on Lake I. -- Bankers Will Help You I U. S. Liberty Bond Button the matic stomach.taste and does One not bottle gripe willprove or disturb, f

at headquarters, we are having a Butler school building and furniture, LEGISLATORS WILL GET PAY. '
LAX-FOS is invaluable
for Coastipation, :
mammoth tree built up of seven of also the insurance on Sampson City Buy U. S. Liberty Bonds I Is Your Badge of Honor Indigestion or Torpid Liver. Trice 50c.

thn largest we could haul. The result school house and furniture.It TALLAHASSEE, June 5-Through

will be a tree seventy feet high. was ordered that a petition be the signing of the I .f
We shall all assemble around this tree circulated through Heilbronn specialtax I general appropriation Patriotic bankers and brokers the ,;
t bill by Governor, Catts the of l i Every man woman and child -1
pay who
, on Christmas and sing some carols and district with a view of consolidating and nation over are making it easy for COFFINS CASKETS
legislators attaches which buys a
Liberty bond
will
was be
offer a prayer, and then distribute to the schools therein. everybody to buy United States Litetry ,-. given a
held pending the Governor's And a full line of j
up
signa- government button to
Election War Bonds. The fact that wear. This :
,
each man his present from the American returns from Pine Grove has you I
ture
Red Cross. It will be a happy special tax district canvassed with the I been released.the The governor hare not an abundance of ready badge of honor will be a sign to the Undertakers' Supplies { I
j yesterday sent signed appropriation world that its
wearer believes
in the
command to know that the heartof following results money need not prevent your helping
great Trustees
: Joel hand. The
bill Always best ser-
to
| President J- B. Johnson of United States in freedom on \; f
America is back there beating for Griffis R. D. Griffis and B. J. your government by ordering United : in man-
Rosier.
the Senate vice ;;
at the lowest
with several sections hood, in righteousness prices4specialattention :
'I ve and
has
us, ard I shall be glad to have you Three mills assessed. States Liberty bonds. See your banker shown
toed. He has the power under the ;, Us faith by his works. to telegraph rders. '. '
Many of
broker I
or today and ask him us
1.' convey to the splendid efficient organ- Special tax election ordered for I about l!
ruling of the Supreme Court, to veto are not able to fight but there I
ization the sincere thanks of every Bradford and J. V. Edwards, T. B. I of easy terms. ,I is
portions a measure without affecting hardly who
" any one RegisteredEmbalinerDeWITTC.JONES
cannot
: man of us. It makes us mighty proud Edwards and W. MHarrell. will act the whole. I I! ;east a $50 Liberty bond. Remember buy at _

. to serve a country that appreciates as managers. I !
The Kaiser is to hear
waiting from too, that this $50 is
; how much the soldier misses of home Board I not a gift: it is a
adjourned until the first Monday
tale of United States j
the Liberty i tale and sound
: investment, free from Suc'sr to G. C. Livinsstojv' & Co
: life and comforts. Again in July, 1917.
! many many No Joke. Bonds. Make your share of that loud I taxation paying interest and

thanks. E. R. POPPELL Appearances are deceitful. The noiie. Buy today. the principal In full You can't repaying lose. Starke, Fla. .

_ Secreta). plate on the outside of many a Big U you do not buy, both and -- --- .
you .
Oont Wake 'Em. Gun's private office .
says: "Push. But
United States Liberty Bonda pay your country will thereby be losers. I.
Some men get an immense amount of Could Depend en Her, Anyway. If you want to know why the Big Gun Don't be a millstone Mftk
I 3% per cent interest in money and a around your country's Tie Quinine That Does Rot The KerfBecause
... satisfaction out of their conviction that "Is she reliable?" "Absolutely. You occupies his position. you will have to million per cent interest in peace of neck.: Order at least one of it. tonic and laiative vfiect.LAX
Liberty
'',; all who disagree with them are in the can always depend upon her being Just I I look at the plate on the inside of the mind and patriotlim. bond today. TIVB BR0MO QUININEi better*>anordinary .
Albany Journal. about thirty! minutes! late." Life. door. It Quinine and doe. not cam eewinaneca ncrTinging -
wrone. I I says: "Pull. ... ia head. Renembet the fliS name and -
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FRIDAY JUNE 8, 1917., BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE I J

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J OF UNSPEAKABLE LEMON JUICE IS NEW QUARTERS.f
t KNOXVILLEMAN BRUTALITY OF GERMANS
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: Otis
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. FRECKLE REMOVERGirls DeWitt C. Jones has moved bot-
tling works to the building;Jin the

]I HAS LAID HIS reports WASHINGTON of German, brutality June 6.-Further are containeti Make This Cheap Beauty northeast Thompson corner streets, after of Madisfn first] having and

[Live State NewsTold J Department in a letter from reaching a women the engagedin State Lotion to Clear and put necessary down a alterations.concrete floor The aril ejuployes made

CRUTCHES ASIDE hospital work in France. Her account Whiten Your Skin. engaged in bottling now havd plentyof

by Our Exchanges. of the abuction of women at room and light. The apparatus) is
Noyon by the Germans when they retreated all new and up-to-date and includes a

Rheumatism and Kidney Af- is supplemented by a revolt- Squeeze the juice of two lemons into machine for washing bottlei. The
ing story of sanitary conditions. a bottle containing three ounces work is conducted in the mot sani-
BEACH.-Governor Catts of freight is noticeable the entire fection of Eight Years'
between the of
PALM "Every girl ages of orchard white, shake well, and you tary manner and nothing but ,he bestis
has signed a bill enabling the Palm length of the road Standing Have Entirely Dis- fourteen and thirty was carried away have a quarter pint of the best freckle used. i
to issue
county commissioners by the Boches nine days before the
BeaCh and tan lotion and
complexion Besides Coca Cola and Itludwine!
worth of bonds for the purpose appeared He Says. retreat the letter "and
$50,000 ST. PETERSBURG.-A craft began, says, i beautifier at very, very small cost. Mr. Jones manufactures several other
of connecting the Hillsborough school which teaches the use of pine many of the younger women left are I Your grocer has the lemons and any i kinds of carbonated beteragH As
New River
canal with the North ca- needles for art, domestic and educa- Yes, sir it's a fact, this time last about to become mothers."
and for the drug store or toilet counter will sup- I many use such drinks mostly_ on account -
,
highway
and For months the writer
v& by canal tional work, is now located in the month I was one of the sickest men seventeen ply three ounces of orchard white fora of the
contain
road with gas they they
'purpose of connecting downtown section of the heart of you ever saw," said Frank Jinks, who says, none of the French civil popula- few cents. Massage this sweetly will be interested to know that, by a

'lee county. Brooklyn, N. Y., and it is operated by lives on the Martin Mill pike, South tion, living in the cellars of Noyon, fragrant lotion into the face, naekl process used by him, Mr Jonc- forces

Oft people from this city. Moreover, all Knoxville, Tenn., "and today I feelas has had any meat. Many, especiallythe arms and hands each day and see how a double quantity of gas into The bottles -
With the the needles which to this I felt in babies, died during that time, of-
BARTOW.- passage pine go well and strong as ever freckles and blemishes His trade, is
already large
disappear and ; constantly -
the Auburndale school which to the ten the bodies being kept with the liv-
bonds for and are supplied my life. how clear J
the $15,000 soft and white the skin be- expanding.
special road district, the issue of big stores of New York city come "I have been suffering from kidney ing for days before interment. In.I comes. Yes! It is harmless. I ,

bonds for hard surfaced roads in Polk from Pinellas county through these troubles for the past eight years, and the underground rooms sick and (97)) To Cure a Cold In One Day
reach a total of $1,975,000Out same people. They are ,Dr. and Mrs. the pains in my back at times would wounded were found reduced almostto
county of this fund there have been con- I W. J. Millikin and Mr. and Mrs. Fred almost kill me. When I had these skeletons, while vermin made. con- Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell Take Cough LAXATIVBROMOQuiaine.I and Headache aud work oft the atopathe Cold.
299 miles of short county J. Smith. Dr. Millikin has just returned spells I would have to quit work. I ditions almost unspeakable. everybody. Advertise. Dm exists! refund money if it fails to cure.
structed B. W. GROVE signature 00 each 1>:.JL 25c.
roads connecting with main roads to St. Petersburg after seven have lost as high as three weeks at a -

which gives this county one of the best months in New York, where he and time. It also suffered a great deal CATS HOLDS UP SALARIESOF -- --
:.:
systems, of roads in the state. Mr. Smith have been pushing their with rheumatism. About six weeks LEGISLATIVE MEMBERS tr= ,-- jj-
pine needles industry to good advan- ago I had it so bad I couldn't walk ,

AUGUSTINE.-During the tage. without crutches. My feet were so Refuses Pay Because They Did Not

ST.month there has been an unprecedented swollen I couldn't even put on my Pass Renpportioninent.TALLA TEAM WORK
past
shoes. My suffering was terrible and
lands in this.
in farm
activity WHITE CITY.-Fire which origi- -
I once or twice it got so bad I cried.
county, especially in the vicinity of nated Sunday morning in the woods '\AEbEE, J.mGo..t.r: : -
"The doctor seemed unable to giveme !
Tocoi and Elkton. J. A. Rowand reports east of White City smouldered on into nor Catts who had ordered the salar-
relief and his medicine seem-
that the surveyor who is at work Monday morning and about 10 o'clck any ies of the members of the Florida leg-
ed to tear stomach all to pieces.
WINS
<>n the lands that he has for sale, has fanned by a stiff northeastward wind my iselature held up for their failure to HPulling F
for
You do not have to take word
been unable to keep pace with the de burned> over the savannah, crossed the my pass the reapportionment legislation
20
what I am telling you-there are
mand. As soon as a tract is surveyedand railroad track, raced on through pine- people who knew of my condition who today instructed the state depositoriesto i
ready it is grabbed by one of the apple fields and groves on both sidesof refuse payment of salary warrants

many waiting purchasers. the railroad, struck the river near will has been tell you the the talk same of the thing.neighborhood My case aggregating $20,000. These were in single harness is a hard job, but teats

the Ruple place on the north, a mile and everybody is praising this medi- I paid out before the state treasurer received work lightens the heaviest load. .
GREEN COVE. Arrangementsare and a half south of Fort Pierce, spreadto cine. Catts' instructions to stop the

being made to open a canning fac- : the J. G. May place on the river- "Tanlac has done me so much goodI legislators' pay. This bank is the team mate of Its customers. It
front half mile south and west to The bill which the
in the Kirkpatrick building near a hardly know how to praise it. Only appropriation for their them interest
tory cares savings pays on their
the railroad to the Grant Phillips placea legislature passed without ,
and soon as the cans arrive reappor-
as
the depot two weeks after I began taking it I
we hope to be able to begin operations mile south, sweeping in its wake was able to lay my crutches aside andI tionment suggested by Catts' remained deposits, and does its share in lightening the loads oi

by June 10th, assisted by approximately 290 acres of pineapplefields can now walk as good as anybody. unsigned tonight. life.
successful members of the 15 acres of groves, one resi- y
some of the Only a few days ago I walked from
Girls Canning Club of this county. dence, two packing houses and two the race track to the South Knoxville : UGH! CALOMEL MAKES Open an account with us and let's pull together.
for canning will be one- small tenant houses, inflicting a prop-
The charge Macadam company, a distance of YOU DEATHLY SICK
tenth of all vegetables canned, the erty loss roughly estimated at from about four miles. I am now back at ,

,owner of the fruit to furnish cans, $50,000 to $75,000 before it could be work again and can go about as goodas

solder, etc. checked citizens by Riverside of Fort Pierce Drive who residentsand hur- anybody. It has not only cured Stop Using Dangerous Drug BANK OF STARKESTATE .

my back and rheumatism, but I feel Before It Salivates You!
ried to the scene with all availablefire e
DANIA.-This place is still hold absolutely well in every way. I sim-
;
fighting apparatus. It's Horrible. '
COUNTY AND CITY
ing the record as the banner tomato ply can't get enough to eat and every- ,
shipping section of Florida. Frost thing seems to agree with me. My DEPOSITORY: :

&: Tubs, the largest tomato packersin TAMPA.-At its weekly session on strength has returned also, and I have You're bilious, sluggish, constipatedand
house Monday morning the board of county gained ten pounds in weight. WhenI i '
Dania are keeping their believe you need vile, dangerous STARKE FLA :
running day and night. Last Satur- commissioners donated $100 to eachcommissioners' go to bed at night I sleep like a calomel to start your liver and clean .
precinct or $500 in all child-something I haven't done for .
had more than 50 employees bowels. ,
day they your
towards the establishment of dippingvats _
I. They have been shipping months."If Here's Ask
working. my guarantee your .
for in
cattle Hillsborough county
six cars per day this week. Chase & anyone doubts what you tell druggist for a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's -- -- .
where the citizens of each district
out car a day this them about my case, just tell them to Tone
Co.; are putting a Liver and take a spoonful sF
would like It is said
give a amount. and will .
call new phone 1923-B I be
"weekFERNANDINA that a dipping vat can be built for more than glad to tell them about the tonight. If it doesn't start your liver
about $135 and that the cost of the and straighten you right up better
wonderful benefit I have received fromit. r
-Our city has very : mixture used is dipping is about two Tanlac is worth its weight in gold than calomel and without griping or F-

wisely decided that there is no .use and a half cents per head. It is hop- and I will always feel grateful for making you sick I want you to go :
ends to put in- back to the store and get mon- .T1
waiting until the war ed that Hillsborough county will be what it has done for me." your

to operation new business concerns freed of cattle ticks and make it the Tanlac is sold by leading druggists ey.Take
that are seeking locations here from leading county of the state in that re- of leading cities in the South; by D. C. calomel today and tomorrowyou fi
I week to week and already plans are spect. There are already a dozen or Cason in'Starke; in Lake Butler by will feel weak and sick and nau-

under way for the beginning of the more dipping vats in Hillsborough and Tomlinson-Maines Drug Company; in seated. Don't lose a day's work. Takea

erection of two large manufacturingplants the number, it is thought, will be rap- Hampton by the Hampton Pharmacy; spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dod- THE UNIVERSAL CAR P

with an excellent opportunityfo idly increased. A member of the in lawtey by the Cash Drug Store; in son's Liver Tone tonight and wake up
rthe location of another before the board said that he understood that Raiford by the Weaver Drug Com- feeling great. It's perfectly harm-

first two are half way completed. It Lykes Brothers were prepared to expend pany; in Worthington by R. T. Taylorand less, so give it to your children any 3

seems that this city is "doomed" fora $500 for dpiping vats. The dip- in Sampson City by C. A. Smith.. time. It can't salivate, so let them To get the maximum of service from your Fold? .
deluge of development and growthin ping vats to be provided out of the -Advertisement. eat anything afterwards. (11-4))
the immediate future. appropriation of the county commis- car,it must hrve careful attention f frhm time to time; ;

sioners, supplemented by the donationsof THE BAD CHECK LAW. 4 o4oeo44mo 4 0 1 a little "tuning up"or keep it running smoothly always ?
private citizens, will be located according 0 1 r
auto DEFUNIAK fire truck purchased SPRlNGS.-The by the new city to the judgment of and under > TRAIN SCHEDULE. adds to its power and endurance. To be as ;

the supervision of County Demonstration Since the passage by the legisla- a o .
arrived last
council, last February sured of the best mechanical service and the
unloaded and Agent T. R. Kelly, who is to con- ture and Governor's approval of the > New time table went into effect use
and Saturday was
f* week placed in the depot to await the arrival fer with residents. Carlton bad check law, persons who > 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917, of genuine Ford materials, bring your car here i
t which have > and trains will follows Q
give checks for they no run as : .
,
of the expert who would threatened fix it NEW FORD OWNERS.The funds in the bank upon which the > 0 where you get practical Ford experiene, and the
for the next blaze that
up check is drawn, must make the same F> Jacksonville to Tampa. & regular Ford Ford fixed the J
the
DeFuniak property- Monday man parts. prices by company -
I
I good within twenty-four hours or sub- i' No. 3.10:55 a. m. s
arrived and the machine was at once following are the latest to acquire -
ject themselves to imprisonment.The F> No. 1_11:14 p. m. & are the same everywhere. ;
removed and placed in the new fire Ford cars: Mrs. E. K. Stuck, <$>
1> "Floridian"2:37
de- Messrs. H- L. Brownlee Hoover Bros., bill reads as follows: No. 15 p. m. Car $360 Runabout Town
house. It has already been fully Section Whoever makes @> <8> Touring $345,
monstrated and comes up to all re- B. V. Hess, J. W. Andrews & Son, of 1. gives
issues another draft orderor > Jacksonville to Cedar Key. Car $595 $505 Sedan $645 all f. b.
or to Coupelet
quirements and is the'pride of the Starke; H. A. Hewitt of Lake Butler; any 1> No. 21_ 4:50 p. m. $ o. 3
either in his
town as well as that of the fire chiefs. Peoples Garage, of Hampton. check own behalf or as <> Detroit. On display and for sale by
firm
t agent for any person, or corpora-
tion in payment for goods or chattels > Tampa to Jacksonville.No. 0 A. W. and G. A. Anderson r {

'DELANO.-Fred N. Burt, of De- COLORED PATRIOTIC MEETING lands or tenements, 'or other thing of > 4_ 3:26 p. m. & i 1 1i'J
of which E!!> No. 2_ 4:51 a. m. Starke, Fla. !
Leon Springs and Buffalo, has just value, the title or possession
closed a deal by which he comes into Meeting at Court House Was Well shall have been transferred upon faith > No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. <>

possession of about 2,000 head of cat- of payment of such draft, order or '>
Enthusiastic.
Attended and Very Jacksonville. <8>
;> Cedar to
Key
Varns and shall at the time of
check not
tle. He bought the Humphrey, No. 20______________ 9:18 a. m.
and Braddock herds. The consideration giving, making, issuing or presentation < >

is said to have been around $30- The patriotic meeting held by the of such draft, order or check have S 5>> Starke and Wannee. 4

000, but this Mr. Burt declined to colored citizens of this section at the sufficient money on deposit with such > (Daily Except Sunday) 4 ; LJC

state. The cattle are now on the court house last Friday night, was so bank, or banking house, person, firm (J> No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45: a. m.
ranges; they will be enclosed later in well attended that even standing room or corporation to pay said draft, order (?> No. 104 Arrives'Starke 2:45 p. m. 4
the season. Mr. Burt, who has some was at a premium. The white peo- or check by the bank, banking house, ( <5>
three thousand acres under fence, a ple had responded to the invitationto person, firm or corporation drawn up- ,8) T. J. GRIFFIN, <$>
- great part of which is being cultivated : be present, and nearly one-half of on, shall not within twenty-four hours 'S> Agent. <*>

. will be in position to feed the cat the audience were of the Caucasian after notice of the presentation to and 0 14

tIe during the winter and spring. He non-payment by such bank, banking 0000444444004444THE --

.: is now building a number of silos and race.The meeting was opened with prayer house, person, firm or corporation of I

.:'. these will be filled with forage. by Rev. Wash Roberson, colored, such draft, order or check, make full I BEST TESTIs ,or __

.. and the hymn, "Nearer, My God, To and complete restitution by returningthe :-

., Thee," was sung. Then speeches were consideration received for such t
FORT LAUDERDALE.-A new The Test of Time
made. Cols. W. T. Weeks and J. C- draft, order or check to the person or
cross state railway from Tampa to Poppell defined the duties of all citizens persons in whose favor such draft, order If you want the .
this city is an assured fact accordingto white and black, in the present or check was made ratable, provided Years ago this Starke resident told .
a statement given out by Edward emergency, and praised the colored the same shall not have been of good -results from using Doan's

Walker of Tampa. According to the population for the interest they take transferred by the payer, or by pay- Kidney Pills. Now Mrs. J. W. Andrews -
statement made by Mr. Walker, sec- in the matter. Revs. Trammell and ing the amount of the same to theuayee confirms her former statementsays Highest Quality I

retary-treasurer of the new company Brown and Prof. A. 0. Jenkins, colored or the lawful holder thereof if there has been no return of the

preliminary arrangements have been all made eloquent speeches, as- the same shall have been transferred trouble. Can StarKe people ask for .'
completed and construction work will suring the white people that the men shall be deemed guilty of felony, and more convincing testimony?
.
te started in the near future. The of their color fully appreciated the sit- upon conviction shall be punished by Mrs. Andrews says: "I feel justifiedin Printing .

railway will, when built, connect the uation that our country now is in: imprisonment in the state prison fora recommending Doan's Kidney Pills.I .
'. :south, east and west coasts of FlorIda that they were born under the American period not greater than ten yearsor used them for kidney complaint and -.

fc and bring the lower east coast flag and knew no other; that by fine not exceeding three thou- backache and they proved very bene- at Least Cost ; ; ( :.
$' within seven hours ride of Tampa, a they would respond if called to the sand dollars, or by other such fine and ficial." ,.;

at trip which formerly required 18 hours colors and follow Old Glory as long as imprisonment.Section Lasting Results .
f This,it is pointed out, will bring much The introduction of such Mrs. An- "
they had a drop of blood left, and that 2. Over three years later, :.
;: of the wholesale trade into Tampa check draft order with the Doan's Kidney try us.
they would not shirk any duty. Also unpaid or drews said: "The cure i
', which formerly went to Jacksonville. that they would stay at home until supplementary oath of the payee, or Pills gave me has been a lasting one. .

; called out and by hard and industrious drawee or his agent, that such draft, I t am just as willing to recommend this :

'i: TAMPA.-The taxpayers of Hills- labor do their part to relieve the food check or order was presented for pay- medicine now as before." We print Any thing from a

borough county are face to face witha situation. ment or entered for collection, and Price 50c at all dealers. Don't sim- Visiting card to a Catalogue
5 proposition that demands immediate Better promises than this no men that the same was returned unpaid, ply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's

,1 -I attention if they expect to save could give, and the impression was shall be deemed prima facie evidenceof Kidney Pills-the same that

.. the Plant City-Tampa brick highway that the colored men meant what they insufficient funds for the payment Mrs. Andrews has twice publicly rec- ,

- from utter ruin. This road was until said The meeting, which was entire- thereof. ommended. Foster Milburn 60.: Props., The

a few weeks ago the finest in Flor- ly spontaneous, without any pressure Section 3. All laws or parts of Buffalo, N. :y. (33)

"; ida, but damage said to have been whatever from the white people, was laws in conflict with this act are here- .

done by automobile trucks used in enthusiastic throughout and when it by repealed. Who Carat Bradford County Telegraph] .
it with feeling that Section 4. This act shall take effect said possessed I
commercial service has brought a broke up was a Queen Elizabeth it IB ,
condition atten there favorable understanding i immediately upon its approval by at one time. .
about that demands was a u many as 3,000 gowns Starke, FI*. '
tion if the road is to be saved for the between the races and that the pres- the governor. All were made of the richest stuffs, .. ;. .
use of the of colored men will and fine : '. ,- '
public. The most damage ent generation trimmed with lace, enJbroldery .
' has been done within four miles of prove as loyal as did the preceding You get al the important national, Jewels. t i

Plant City, but the effect of the traffic generation in the dark days of 1861-65 state county news In the Telegraph.REPORTS., '.. .'

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I. PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. fRIDAY JUC' j ,
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the best and keep them so that they ; ligent application of the lessons learn- The principal changes are those that HAROLD S. BROWN & CO. BUYS ROBERTSJBARHY.::::

Bradford County TelegraphPublished will not deteriorate. Your grandmother ed in England and in France. This have been forced upon them by the STOCK OF WOODS CYCLE CO. ._ \! ,

can give you a few hints about applies to industry as well as war enormously increased and so far almost Mr. G. C. Barry t
Y do this. There is abundant evidence that we cost of living. Of Brookes
I how to best unnecessary,
Harold S. Brown of S. Miss
son Jay Eunice
Weekly, and entered as sec Rolens I
the of Eu- of
The next important question is ma- are profiting by experience Not until the world conflict at pres- Brown, the well known Starke man happily Lake'atrwere
ond class matter at the post-office at the towns and that our president and his uniteclfo the ,I
I nure. Some truckers near rope ent staged three thousand miles away, who joined the buying/forces on the of matrimony at ,
tla
Starke, Florida. are in the habit ofr gathering up cow advisers are going to prevent any industrial shall bring direct and personal results platform here at the opening of the last Wednesday ride'. hOUle"
e'
droppings from the streets every hitch such as preceded the into our own lives will its full mean- present season, has moved to Plant Saunders, of Mid.-lUng, En..(l 1.

E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner morning. The farmers might take a prosperous business conditions now ing dawn convincingly in our souls. City from the Bradford county capi- Mr. Barry was 'lurg: omc ,
British isles in aised
in the and
hint from them and get the manure prevailing The loss of on
brother friend in a
Editor son or or tal, and has purchased the stock of near Gainesville.
H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate from places in the woods where cat- France. the trenches "somewhere in France," automobile accessories, electrical spent Ie\'elal
Turf and pond "I consider the present the most years as a clerk in te
tle sleep at nights. the appearance of a German warship goods, etc., of T. R. Woods on Rey- ville and has been minister
Vero, St. Lucie county, is in mourn- muck put in the stalls will absorb auspicious frcm the standpoint of national bombarding an American coast city, nolds street, and will continue the dent in Columbia '
ing. She has held the distinction of both the liquids and the gases from prosperity, in my _memory. would bring it home to us, and noth- enterprise as Harold S. Brown & Company \allege during! tbe
unearthing the bones of the oldest the droppings of animals and thus There is not one good reason why the ing less startling will arouse many of j past year. ,

prehistoric man, but her laurels have I. make a valuable fertilizer. It will business of this country should not us to voluntary personal sacrifices for The was tie of Lake '
wilted. A scientist of the National. probably.pay the farmer better to keepis proceed in its normal course and on our country. Mr. Brown is a practical bicycle repairman charmingbride young lai/es. Her fathtl C'rtr.
\ cotton seed for fertilizer than to ever increasing lines. There is not one having been engaged in this car inspector for tht Seaboard a
Museum the bones of Washington to be those now of the pronounces com- sell it. Lime the ground well, for the reason why people should fear for the of How the United many of the ten million men line at Starke for a number of year- S. & F. railways t llie. IId G.j'
fertilizer and a future or should permit themselvesto States who are offering in fact, he "grew up in the business"and Mr. and
Indians, who had happened lime, besides being a Mrs.;
mon, ordinary themselves this week, will meet the he will be to attend to the )
be the that glad Worth I
to be buried in soil containingthe corrective of the soil, will through swayed from certainty of Thursday morning: for
requirements
of the three-toed horse, corrosion liberate the potash from the they are on a sound financial basis. physical preparedness wants of allA well selected stockof Springs, where
bones
The wealth of Americans fixed by army authorities as requisites bicycles and bicycle supplies will make the.
saber-tooth and other antediluvian grains 'of sand. Save all the ashes per capita future t.ome.
tiger
the animals. "Sic transit gloria produced on the farm and get more today is greater than ever before- ? Is one in twenty ready for be carried, while there will be expert A host of thi'will ,
, the training that will
transform him
y mundi." by burning old sawdust piles, etc. greater than that of the people of any mechanics in the repair department.Brown Columbia Colle CitJ ar.t
During the drouth it is plainly observable nation at any time in the past or in into a "first-class fighting man? Are <& Company will have the agen- ati\"es in their reb
The toll of the murder .fest in Eu- in many fields that it will not the present. Our national wealth is there two or three in twenty? cy of the famous Maxwell automobile ; wishing them a lone IId
I rope for May, of the British army do to have trees or large bushes grow- past the wildest dreams of a few Those who may not be called into heretofore handled by Mr. Woods, and happy Ife.-Flord; Index.

alone, was 200,000 men and officers. ing close to the cultivated crops, as years back. Labor is satisfactorily the first or second army, all the men will handle automobile accesrories':-

I: This is a machine war, where the soldiers they rob them of moisture. Keep all employed and at record wages. Every do and women who remain behind must Plant City Courier. Smooth York.
their bit home.
I are used as coal is in a steam engine wild growth outside the fences cut day that the war lasts will find a demand at The conserva- --- -- That Jb Is b( t I me at which
: to keep the machine running.The down for at least a hundred feet. greater for labor and the brainsof tion of the shortened food, supply is A Telegraph ad will add to your bossing is least In b-idl'nce.-AIhan tik
I individual is lost. Of the glory Parts of fields susceptible to over- the wage and salary earners of the the one thing that reaches and touches profits. Try one. rn I. ,
and romance of former wars, which flo\v and "sobbing" should be drained United States. Certainty of work and every one-that and the increase of :: I

,! in a measure compensated the soldier Do not let any agency that you can certainty of wages are the prime fac- crop production. Not yet perhaps, __. -- ----- .
but Floridians in r. --
f for offering his life, there is none. A prevent rob you of the fruits of your tors of prosperity, They make pros- soon, common with h _
all Americans, have to eat what 1 _
"The of glory certain. may
I poet once wrote: path labor. perity
I leads but to the grave." As far as Every farmer should provide him- "Whether the war ends tomorrowor they can get, not what they want or

.i the German soldiers are concerned, it self with suitable shelters where the whether it lasts indefinitely, this even what they may have the money do so :many'
)
leads not to the grave, but to the produce stored will not be destroyedby much is certain: The United States, to buy, but what they can get. Then !Why
pig feed and fertilizer factory. decay and insects. Good potato having possession of approximately they will discover to their great sur-

t houses should be built, and dry, airy 40 per cent of the world's supply of prise that they can get along comfort- i people go to
, When General Pershing, as is con- ably with much less than they have : ,
gold the natural
bins for the storing of peas, beans greatest resources
templated, comes upon the European and pinders. A canning outfit costs and geographical isolation, is certainto been accustomed to, that all their lives I I
battlefields, let us hope that he will but little, and one should be providedfor suffer less than any other nationin they have been eating more than they the'
prove another Lee in brilliancy or a the canning of all products that the war or in the whole world. needed, more than their physical sys- I :
new Grant in tenacity. Even a lay- can thus be preserved. Let nothingbe "The future of our nation is secure; tems could assimilate. They will find Andrews Mercantile
man can see that the generalship on wasted. our business prosperity is founded on that they will be better off with one- ; Company;
the side of tha Ententes has been faul- safe labor third or one-half less meat than they i!
On account of emigration, enlist- ground; our situation is '
ty ever since the war began There ment and the greater acreage under remarkably good and I cannot con- have ordinarily consumed and they II at the Brick Store?
little of the offensive and will under the I ,
has been too improve change. They
ceive
of
cultivation, labor is apt to be scarce. a sane or justifiable reason _
the generals have been satisfied with To counteract this drawback, use labor why the people of the United States I will discover that they will improve I I ,
simply repulsing the Germans. General saving implements. Two-horse should become alarmed over any under a "ration" of sugar and syrup, II I

'. Joffre is over-cautious.; From cultivators effect a saving of one man phase of the martial, business or industrial ine-quarter of the usual allo.ance.They { The reason is to see all the new goods. They are i
General Pershing we confidently expect will be forced to other changesand
and a half wherever they can be us- situation.
that he will infuse American en- ed. To facilitate the use of labor sav- "The nation has been advised to reductions of diet and will won- certainly well worth seeing. :
into the proceedings to the end der why they are clearer-headed and ;
,, ergy ing implements, have as many stumps I economize on food. Economy means :
that the German militarism will soon removed from the fields as possible. the intelligent use of food without more efficient in spite of it. I I You can get anything that you call for there and

be crushed. The too equal matching Every farmer is the general of his waste. Economy was recommended to A considerable part of our preparedness I EVERY THING is GOOD too. ;

i of strength of the two sides, ,we can operations. Let him study strategyand stop the waste of $700,000,000 worthof I I will come through a diminished '

plainly see, is no longer a valid excuse see how he can produce the most food which goes into the garbage food supply, through, fewer varie- They sell FLOUR at a CLOSE price'and. try to !
for prolonging the war, for the with the least labor. pail each year. The wave of patrio- ties of food and reformed appetites. I I
in stock what the
Ententes, by using more energy, could keep farming people use.
tism sweeping over the country should It will be a real preparedness, for it I '
'have over-matched We the have Centrals'strength much to $ ) > '!' + c(> not seize upon parsimonious economyas will conserve the food supply for the : Among other things BACON, SUGA&! RICE,
I long ago. 0 a means of expression. There is men at the front, and it will fit us betI I
hope for in General Pershing. THE STABILIZING OF BUSI- '!> HAY OATS and SWEET FEED. :
! no need for people to cease purchasing ter for what is to come. And while ;
I BETTER PROSPECTS AHEAD. I -* NESS. ) ; there is need only for the elimi- the men who are to go to the fighting 1 I
\!> 0 nation of extravagances and waste. lines are in the training camps, would They carry a line of STETSON hats and the BEST !
; I, (:. $' (. .1'j' ,. 4 !- 1> + .. ', \!> 9 ::1
I There is no reason whatever for cur- not it be a rather good idea for those suits l
't The calls from all directions for I "The prompt adoption by the Amer- tailment of the use of things ordi- who stay at home to prepare themselves made. : '

t I "something to eat," and the outlook ican people of the 'business as usual' narly needed by people; there is need by training and subduing their I
' for great profits from farming, will idea is going to enable this nation to that everything be put to use. appetites to meet new conditions? All kinds of DRESS GOODS, SILKS: MIDDY j

. f- cause many waste places Immense to yield food fertile prosecute war without experiencinga "As patriots it is our duty to stop i BLOUSES. All kinds of HARDWARE an'd FARM ::1I
:' instead of bulrushes. temporary depression such as Eng- the wastage of food; as patriots it is I I
f'L i tracts along the Mississippi river land and France have recently recov- equally important that we do not stop Croup and Whooping Cough Relieved. j I IMPLEMENTS. I II j

I' f are being reclaimed, as are also low ered from," said J. Ogden Armour, in the ordinary purchasing on which the Children's diseases demand prepar- : I

, lands along the Gulf of Mexico in an interview in which he was askedto business and the industry of the coun- edness. When the child wakes you at
,
! Louisiana. In fact, swamps all over discuss the economic condition of try are founded. Hysterical economyis night, gasping and strangling for its I ,! DON'T MISS SEEING THE NEW STOCK
i the country, including Florida's Everglades the country. "Modern war," he added, I''
much are I
as a menace to the nation as breath, how thankful you to have I II
f are being converted into arable "requires the expenditure of huge is prodigal waste. The pursuance of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey at hand.I I I I'I OF HATS J :
r land. Last year's sugar produc- sums of money and means maximum our normal business along usual linesis This effective remedy loosens the i ''
tion in Louisiana was more than twiceas employment and high wages for all of paramount importance at this cous and permits free and mu'I'I R I
great as preceding years, and will workers. Other conditions peculiar to I
time in order that our nation may breathing. Its soothing balsams heal I
be greater still this year. Many far- this war, make it certain that this nation maintain itself on sound economicaland
a Andrews Mercantile :
: mers in Mississippi and other cotton will enjoy a period of businessand industrial basis from which to the irritated membrane and arrests I Cpmpany
1 have discarded cotton and will further inflammation. Pleasant to ,
states
industrial activity the like of
the
prosecute of the
4 grow wheat. The present food shortage which has never been seen and whichis struggle for the military freedom phase of mankind. take. Keep Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Hon- I Raiford Fla. I i

I will give American farming an assured whether the war lasts several "Faith is the great need of the ey in the house for all colds and bronchial I J !

f I I impetus it has never had before. months or several years." ple today-faith in Providence to peo-lend troubles. At your eruggist, 25 I i 'I I

I The seemingly insignificant item of "But suppose people become over- might to our right, faith in nature to [ cents. ((1)) __ '
I shark skins being utilized will go along cautious as the result of the preach- respond bountifully to the wonderful -'
t -
I way to relieve the leather short- ing of war economy-then what?" he efforts of our agriculturists to increase I"I--
age. Our coast line is of immense was asked. the food supply to provide a "-'

; I length and sharks abound. Shark "There is some reason to believe," surplus for our allies, and faith in our
skin should be at least as good for he answered "that
economy rules will government which has taken hold of
i shoes as the "chicken skin" now most- be misapplied for a while, but condi- the problems before it in a way that

; ly used. tions are such that the public will demonstrates it is deserving of our
I ", The troubles from the car shortagewill soon see, if they have not already, faith. I

I be ameliorated to a great extent that there is no occasion for them to "If I were asked," concluded Mr- Eat
by the opening of water transportation become alarmed. They will have more Armour, "to give a message to the Pure Ice Cream
t lines. The New York barge canal has money to spend than ever before and American people-to the farmers, the : ;

just been opened for traffic, and navigation they will not find the things they ; wage earners, the merchants, the ;
I of the Mississippi river, which want disappearing' from the market. I manufacturers and all-it would be / .

''I is now almost dead, will be resumed to Then Mr. Armour launched right this: Be strong in your faith that Enjoy Good HealthPure

some extent. The Mississippi boatswill into the whole subject, saying: nature will reward the efforts being
tap agricultural districts from "A continuation of the great
pros- made to produce big crops and cooperate -
where products, from lack of trans- perity that has ruled in this countryfor with our president, Woodrow
portation, have formerly never reached two years is assured. There is
Wilson, in his efforts to the
keep nation ice
the markets. The hundreds of trib- an abnormal demand for everythingthe composed and so organized as to cream is as nourishing and healthful as it is

utaries of the great river will also be workers of this nation can grow or most efficiently prosecute war. Be refreshing and delicious.

. traversed by small trading craft, that manufacture. There is work at high confident and live your normal lives, t

will gather in produce from hitherto wages for every man and woman who as far as possible. Make business Nothing could be more wholesome and appetizing u'
inaccessible places. wants work; the earning power of the proceed as usual." meal aj 1
Herbert C. Hoover, formerly in people is restricted only by physical times, or more invigorating between meals. I _
: I charge of the Belgian food distribu- limitations; the buying power of the MORE PREPAREDNESS.
; tion, is in charge of the food controlof public is greater than ever before. Eat plenty of good ice cream this summer. It's splen

the United States. He is a cap- These are certain guarantees of continued did for and .
f able, energetic man and will do all in I prosperity and of an ever-wid- The present week witnessed a cere- you every member of your family. : I

:! his power to make the lot of the ultimate ; ening scope of our business and indus- mony impressive and unique in the ,
t, consumer as bearable as possi- !: trial life." history of this nation if not in the i? t-
ble. He will correct many abuses and I, history of the world. Ten million men,
"How about the, billion of dollarswe "The Velvet
see that provisions are brought out men in the prime of their youth, regardless Kind"i
tr- are lending to our allies? he was
from of race, registered for
every source. actual i
asked. "Wouldn't it be better to keep
that at home?" service in the great world war. Cream of Ice Creams '
money
; PLAN FOR NEXT YEAR The act is hardly less impressive i
"I am glad mentioned that .
you replied i \
!I I Mr. Armour. "As a matter of because these men must-not may- .. .,
II Almost every farmer in Bradford fact, it is a misnomer to call it a loan offer themselves, with a severe penalty Is made of pure fruits and other t
J county has planted to full capacityand to our allies. We are primarily extending for failure. From this mighty host good things, com ; J ;

has, without doubt, planned out them credit. Instead of send- a million men, the fittest, are to be bined with fresh pasteurized cream.

his work for the present year. Butit ing billions of dollars out of the country chosen for the first army with which i t -Ho I
is already time to begin to plan for the transaction means that billions the nation will defend its right to be Supplied in all the popular flavors; and each week a i j ? !1

next year. The time the war will last of dollars will actually be freed called a free and independent people, a special cream of rare flavor is featured.
i is something no one can conjecture. for circulation in this country. Practically and other half millions, are likely to J
There are forces at work for its ,i all of the billions we lend our be called to the colors within the Eat "The Velvet Kind"
I speedy ending and, again, conditions II allies will be spent in this country for months to follow. regularly) ; and on Wednesdays I

may arise that will prolong it for the products of our soil and our fac- Almost since the dark days of the and Thursdays ask for the special flavors.Your i
I years. There is no reason for slacking tories and for payment of our workers. revolution, the people of the United .
!II J off the intensive food productionjust We are the storehouse and the ,States have been boasting of their

begun, for even if the war should factory of the world now, and the ability on short notice to "lick all cre- dealer genres "The Velvet Kind" or can get it for you. J i
: end tomorrow the demand for provisions more money we can get hold of the ation," but since this country was in Orders from churches, clubs, hotels, etc. solicited. We can It
I will be great for two or three more will be sent here and the more the "licking" business some 19 years supply any flavor in any quantity. ] ;:
years to come. that comes here the 'more work and ago, when it encountered a rather f
The first consideration to engage the more business will result. And in easy and quick job, war has changedso

j the farmer's attention should be the this connection, remember the gov- marvellously that Sherman's famous Purity Ice Cream .4 i
i saving of seed. The seed of every- ernment of the United States is nowa definition has come to be almost & Dairy Company

: thing he grows, from radishes to corn, buyer for war purposes and the dol- tame and meaningless.Not 'W !
: should be saved. We have to go back lars of Uncle Sam have already begunto jet have the individual citi- Jacksonville, Florida

i to first principles in many respects pour forth to stores, factories and zens of this country, with the few exceptions j
I and do as our grandfathers did when farms to for the of DEALERS
pay expense mo- of those who are officially in : "The Velht Kind" and the
they had to depend on their own exer- bilizing, drilling, equipping and feed- touch with developments, come to a please your regular customers and attraet weekly.pedal. will j .
new
tions alone. It is doubtful if seed of ing the army and navy. personal realization and acceptanceof wire for special prices. oneWrite or t

,. any kind can be had next spring. Save "Under the civilian board gathered actual conditions that have led
the seeds of garden vegetables, onions together by the president to direct them to personal sacrifice for their

i : beans, velvet beans, pinders, cow the great work of preparation, this country. They have not yet changed I I4.
peas, okra, sweet and field corn, Irish nation is going ahead, fortified against their methods of living or quickened

and sweet potatoes. Save only delay and mistakes through the intel- their preparation for what is to come. .t -e

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' FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE ? ,:

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,: >t CAMP FIRE GIRLS ENTERTAINMENT 1c. 1-
A SUCCESS. .


4d I Bits of LocalInformation The musical -comedy given by the UYABONDFOR I .

Camp Fire Girls on last Friday even-

ing was a big success, both from the I

standpoint of being a beautiful en- /7
: :. II tertainment and from the financial ,

side of the proposition. The sum of

M1 WI II C ..._" Oar FM_(.. .........1 tm1 $34.30 was realized, and the same will :
d I' PNI..I faf <... cn.., Mil T... bejused for the benefit of the local or- ( HIUBABYI.

.. ganization.

. Many of the songs were new patriotic
e "r selections just suited to the

J. Vernon Jones, merchant, of I II The Civic Club will meet next Wed present war situation, while the girls' **fV *. ,

i Hampton, was in Starke Tuesday. 1 1I nesday afternoon, the 13th inst., at costumes and acting were splendid.Mrs. .
i 3:30, at the home of Mrs. Sarah L. H. C. Waters was the piano accompanist w

. > Pretty line of men's shirts at Hamrick. for the evening, and :Miss: : a r- rtfti rN fit. e p'tIx

Sternberg's. Marie Livingston and Harry Canova ; akRc.i ti r $ .i,..* 4 'ay.. r + + ,.
a
r i Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick and daughters gave violin selections between acts. : & i '.+ ..
l !: Louis H. Hill of Lawtey, had busi- Mrs. Ella Kate Stuck and Mrs. Mrs. E. M. Johns, guardian of1 the '+ ,

tl ness in Starke Tuesday. Nelle Hughes, spent several days recently Camp, was manager of the exercises, r % L
at Lake Geneva visiting Prof. and to her it due great praise and ..1"
I t Editor A. G. Powell, of Lake But- Geo. C. Looney. appreciation for her wise and untir- i yr O.v, k 9 Ay {
ing efforts which contributed
. : ler, was in town on business Monday. so largely _
I C- A. Johnson, a former citizen of to the success of the affair.

Mrs. J. T. Wills, Sr., of Gainesville, Starke, but now living at Gary, a sub- The following numbers were very: Ntwipiper Enterprli* Ailatt"*
came up to Starke Sunday to spend a urb of Tampa, was here last Saturdayon charmingly rendered: In several cities the Women's Club and Organizations are carrying on a campaign among
few days here. a visit to friends. Indian Scene, "Lackawanna"- their members to buy a United States Liberty Bond for baby. It's a most excellent plan and
Misses Doris Scott, Lena Chancey, El- can be adopted in every city and town in the state.
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C. M. Shaw was among the Brooker Ladies' wash skirts at bargain pri la May Long, Anna Canova, Lucile nnn "huu.

visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. ces. Sternberg's. Tatum, Hazel Brown. CARD OF THAXKS. the church-, and eight cars filled with I MRS. LONG ENTERTAINS U. D. c.t '
Song, "Tee-Pee Land," with panto- jolly young folks enjoyed the ride to j;

N. Sternberg and family spent Mr. and Mrs. G. Livingston, Mr. mime by Mrs. E. M. Johns and Wilbur We heartfelt thanks toall the lake. The party went to Col. -
our
express :Mrs.: A. V. Long entertained the U.
Sunday at Gainesville. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks, Mr. and Mrs.J. Scott. who assisted when out Peek's landing, and on arrival the
son
Song, "Is You?" Miss Elizabeth us D. C. on Wednesday afternoon, at her
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E. Wilson motored to Gainesvillelast baskets were stored for the time
Eurie him away
shot in
was ; getting on home on N. Walnut street.
Miss Mae Peek, who had been visit- week to attend the funeral of the Brownlee. the train for Jacksonville, and in oth- being and bathing and boating were
As the local Red Cross work is '
ing the family of Col. C.: L. Peek, has infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Chorus, "From Hong Kong"Missses More to Dr. enjoyed, after which they were invited now
especially
er ways. so the hearts
occupying and hands of the t
returned to her home, Boston, Ga. Adams, of Atlanta. Kathleen Alvarez Inez Moitt, King and Messrs. 0. A .Thomas andJ to the large table which was laden '
ladies of this little city, it
Aileen Alvarez, Ella May Long, Lu- S. Brown.G. with good things to eat- After sup- was unan-

Fruit jars, all sizes and styles at Mr. John Dohm, of Pittsburg, Pa., cile Tatum. W. SPIRES, per a short business session was held, imously decided that Daughters of the

Starke Hardware Company.Mrs. was in Starke the latter part of last Voice, "Nephews of Uncle Sam" MRS. G. W. SPIRES.CREENDEES. and Rev. Barr gave thanks for the meetings Confederacy this would not hold any more
week. He had come to attend the Miss Elizabeth Brown. pleasant occasion which brought up summer.

W. J. Grant, of St. Augustine,, funeral of his son, Mr. John Dohm, Voice, "Put On Your Slippers and together and the fact that our Master After the meeting had adjourned to

is spending a while with her parents,, JI:., who died at the home of his aunt, Fill Up Your Pipe"-Miss Anna Ca- always enjoys having his young peo- meet September again the the hostess first Wednesday in
Dr- and Mrs. J. O. Haynes.W Mrs. M. D. Carter. The funeral took nova. ple enjoy themselves in such good assisted by her
place Friday, the remains being inter- Solo, "Seven, Seventeen and Seven- At Mayo last Sunday afternoon at times as he can participate with daughter, Miss Ella Hay Long and

M. Parker, the New River merchant -I red at Dyal cemetery. ty"-Miss Louise Andrews. 2 o'clock Mr. LorenzJ Green and Miss them. Mrs.salad W. L. Wall served a very tempt-

was transacting business in Chorus, "Go Right Along, Mr. Wil- May Dees were quietly married at the j In behalf of the Junior league Mrs. ing course. _

Starke: Monday. No. 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious son"-Misses Kathleen Alvarez, Ella home of the brids's mother, Mrs. L. Barr desires to publicly thank the fol- i iCCLASSIFIE
Fever. It kills the germs.J. May Long, Lucile Tatum, Anna Ca- A. Dees. lowing who so kindly donated their .

Miss Allie May Haynes, of Vidalia, nova, Hazel Brown. Quite a large number of relativesand cars for the afternoon: Messrs. N. T.
D
Ga., is visiting friends and relativesin M. Truby forwarded the first Reading, "Composite Ghosts"Mrs. friends witnessed this pretty home Ritch, C. L. Peek, F. F. Stump, W. B. -"

Starke. carload of sweet corn this season Sat- E. M. Johns. wedding, and presented the happy Young, J. W. Morgan, A. H. Freeman,
urdayIt consisted of 400 bushel Voice, "Mama's Little Coal BlackRose" pair with many beautiful and useful D. E. Knight and J. J. Truby. Their
tOK SALE-Rose No. 4 feed Irish
Mayor Joe Hill Williams, who had crates, under refrigeration, destinedfor Miss Louise Andrews. presents. The bride is a young ladyof kindness was much appreciated.The $1.60 bushel. D. potatoes W.
Chorus, "The Whole World Comes per
spent part of last week in Tallahassee, New York. many lovely traits of character and Junior League meets every Moore, Theressa, Fla.5.525FOR .
From Dixie"-\Iisses:: Gladys Gardi- -
returned home Saturday. is very popular in her home town. Mr. Sunday afternoon at four o'clock. You
Mrs. L. C. Ray and sons, Niles and ner, Florence Matthews, Lena Chan Green is a Bradford county boy, well will be welcomed.
I SALE-Lots 5,6, 7 and; 8 block
Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptic, Anodyne Laurie, left Tuesday for Jacksonville cey Alvarez, Ruby Doris Poppell, Inez Moitt, Aileen known and liked by many friends and NELLIE MOTT, 4, Alvarez's addition to Starke.,. Sub- a k

-Kills pain, stops putrefaction. where they will visit relatives for sev- Scott. acquaintances, who know him to be an Press Reporter. mit best cash offer to F. J. Wilder
Reading, "What the Little Girl
eral weeks before returning to their enterprising and industrious farmerof
New Smyrna, Fla.
6-1-2t.
Said" Miss Hazel Brown. i
j Mrs. Mary Ferry, of Augusta, Ga., home in Dunedin. Duet-Miss Ana Canova, ukelale excellent character and habits. CARD OF THANKS.We I : lX
i who has been visiting her niece Mrs.J. I'I Harry Canova violin. ; Mr. and Mrs. Green returned to FOR SALE-One 1917 6 cylinder 5 4
I Get you a safety deposit box in a Starke Sunday evening on the eleven F
home the
Hoover returned ear- Overland. Good
C. passenger as new,
I Chorus "When Yankee
Doodle
I
sincere thanks the
fireproof vault for and o'clock train and have house- offer our to
of the week. your papers gone to driven 3,000 miles. Car and
ly part equip-
valuables the Bradford Bank Starts to Do"-Misses Doris Scott, kind friends mentioned below for their
at County keeping at the Halligan farm northwest ment forth $1,100. Will sell for j
Hazel Brown Kathleen Alvarez
Flor- assistance during and after the late
; Ray Colley came up from Orlando of Starke. $850 cash. Dr. S. E. Drhkell, Rai- } '
Matthews
Mrs. Jessie Strickland and little ence Anna Canova, Ella fire that visited us: Dr. Maines, Mes-
_, to spend Sunday with his parents. daughter, of Jacksonville returned May Long, Aileen Alvarez, Lucile Ta- srs. Ralph Glover, Jird Waters, For- ford, Fla. 6-8-4t.

'l Ray has a position in school Orlando, but home Tuesday, after a visit to her tum, Ruby Poppell, Inez Moitt, Gladys JUNIOR LEAGUE PICNIC. rest Drawdy, R. J. Andrews, C. A. t

n.will. return here when opens. mother Mrs. DeLoach, on Cherry Gardiner, Lena Chancey. Boyd, Isham Boyd, T. A. Andrews, I a
street. Chorus, "The Star Spangled Ban- The Junior Epworth League of the Luck Andrews, J. W. Townsend, Walker Quite Likely. I-
: You can buy shoes cheaper at ner"-Camp Fire Girls. Methodist church was delightfully entertained Long, Jim Mann, Cannon. May Probably the reason more city mendon't It lK.
Stemberg's.Frank on last Friday afternoon God bless them in all their undertak- go back to the farm Is that t
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen, J. E.
with a picnic out at Kingsley lake. they can't accumulate fortunes big ,
of lake Clemons and 0. B. Hazen, of Brooker A SUGGESTION ings.MR.
Carpenter, Kingsley enough.-Cleveland Leader.wtrmnuLrnJwu1nhIJLnnnJJuui&.
The Leaguers met at 2 o'clock at and MRS. TRUBY WILLIS.
was in town Tuesday. Mr. Carpenter were visitors in Starke Wednesday.Mr. : \
lately had the misfortune to get the 0. B. Hazen lately returned from ;?.
Nashville Tenn., where he To the Citizens and Taxpayers of *!*
thumb of his left hand amputated and completedhis % .
Bradford I :;
one finger nearly so, in a sawmill. first year as a medical student. County:
I wish to express my thoughts to I I t

Fruit jars, all sizes and styles at Mrs. J. C. Robinson returned home one and all of you on behalf of the N. T. RITCH, Prei. W. T. Weeks Vice-Prer. J. H. RITCH, Caal|er .r
children of this
county and the -
Starke Hardware Company.D. Saturday, after spending ten days in country i _(
at large. You are all aware that
Jasper with her parents. She was accompanied -
J. Byrd, a well known farmerof by her sister Miss Hilda the county finances are in a bad shape, ,1
,
and that the school facilities bad-
the Graham section, was in town Lewis, who will spend several weeksin are Bradford Bank
,
County
this city. ly crippled on account of the financial
Monday. I condition of the board of public in-
1 struction. The law prohibits the bor-
The Wannee branch train, better Crepe de chine and
georgette
crepe of than
rowing more 85 cent of
.'i':.,,: j i known battle-scarred as "Peggy passenger," has had coach her old re- waists at Sternberg's.Mr. the income from taxes per per year, and Bradford County's Financial Stronghold. \

we have to retally before we can bor- ,
I resplendent in new
I placed with one R. A. Green, chief clerk of the row again. But that is all right; if

varnish and trimmings.J. house of representatives at the late it had always been that way we would Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank :
session of the legislature, and a pop- have been out of debt. Nevertheless,
C. Byrd cashier of in the town Citizens Tues ular young educator of this county, the question with me is, to have school at close of business May 1st 1917. t.
Bank of Raiford, was has been elected principal of the Live and yet be out of debt. I have always ,

day. Oak High School. Mr. Green's host opposed bonds, and still do-but listen -

of friends here are pleased to see that : We are under bond and the coun- RESOURCES LIABILITIES ) t
Col. A. V. Long made a business trip his enterprise and ability are being ty commissioners and the school boardare '

1 to Bronson on Wednesday. given fitting recognition.Miss I I handicapped and cannot do any- Loans and Discounts $152,740.32 Capital Stock paid in $25.000.1)0;)

j' several thing they desire to do, so now, gen- Bradford County School Warrants 27,207.07 Surplus fund 10.000.1)0)
Rev- T. L. Z. Barr spent
I tlemen, the best and quickest relief I
, days of this week in Fernandina at- Jeannette Matthews, who has see is to get togther and vote for Town of Starke Bonds 2,000,00 Undividedprofits, less expenses paid 6.076.5

! tending district conference. just Florida finished State her College junior for year Women at the at!. bonds sufficiently to cover the actual Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 Cashier's checks outstanding I I.II9J5 i

indebtedness of the county, and sell All other Real Estate owned 5,861.50
home Satur- Deposits
i No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever. Tallahassee, is expected them. We can get the that 238,507.9|
know. day afternoon and will be money secured and unsecured 418.73 .
: It is the most speedy remedy we accompanied way for less interest, which means a Over-drafts, .
Miss Willie of Eustis
\ by Igou, ,
good deal for the county. Besides, it Cash on hand and in Banks 71362.23 i
of Dunnellon, who will be her guest for a while. After 1
Mrs. Julia Richard, I will put both boards on their feet, out
came up Wednesday to visit at the attending the Pan-Helenic ban- of debt, and then we can have at least TOTAL $280,703.69 TOTAL 2wSf( 703.'S9
quet in Jacksonville Wednesday night
her brother, Mr. W. L. Wall. k.t .
i' % home of six months of school out of the year,
Misses Igou and Matthews went on g':
which would sound good to me. Now,

. f rt 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Crews returned months are Thursday members to Middleburg of a week-end, where house they we can vote the bonds on the basis ofa Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transaction

:'i home Sunday, after a two four or five mill tax and can redeem
...i! stay in Tallahassee. party the given Jennings by country Mrs. W.home.S. Jenningsat them after six or eight years, and we of business is offered by us. Absolute safety, perfect convenience'

wil lhardly feel the difference in our
,/ \ Mrs. Annie E. Young and Mrs. J. taxes. Get busy, taxpayers, and we prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank.

.*- I.H.. Starke Pollard,Wednesday.of Hampton, were visitorsto OBSERVED FLAG' RAISING. can would put our be glad schools to hear on their your feet views againI on Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of our

this subject. best attention at all times.Bradford .
r.! Lacy Douglass: a well known busi- The following places of businesswere Respectfully,

ness man of Lake Butler, was trans- closed Tuesday from 10 a. m., to J. E. DOUGLASS.MRS. : -

} acting business in Starke Wednesday 12)30) p. m., in honor of the flag rais- ,

ing ceremonies: COLLEY ENTERTAINS W. C.
Fruit jars, rubbers and tops. J. F. J. W. White & Son, Bradford Coun- County Bank
Kickliter. 2t. ty Bank Bank of Starke, D. C. Jones, T. U.

J. M. Alvarez, J. W. :Morgan: City ;

The Camp Fire Girls, chaperonedby Barber Shop, R. J. Andrews, Brad- entertained T

Mrs. E. M. Johns, are out at Kings- ford County Abstract Co., Starke Woman's Mrs. J. Christian F. Colley Temperance Un-the Bradford County's Financial Stronghold. '
ley lale having a thoroughly delightful Hardware Co., Johns Furniture Co.,
": ion for the June meeting, the same be- i
Hoover Bros., Bradford County Tele-
camping party.
ing flower mission day for this
I graph, H. G. :Mason: N. B. Hull, N. or- Starke Florida.HULL'S
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,1'! : Newt Chase formerly of Starke, Sternberg, J. F. Kickliter, Sam Ros- ganization.The for the afternoon embraced .
visited relatives enberg, U. D. Miner, F. G. Hemingway program sI
l I but now of Stuart the work of the noted W. C.
his A. M. Darby, R. W. Mills, F- T.
I : here last week. He was on way T. U. member, Miss Jennie Cassidy, - - - -- - -
Norman, C. A. Mixon, G. :M.: Sistrunk, ;r- A
employ :
i i to Virginia where he will be ; whose birthday is commemorated ev- - - - - -
t building W. G. Brooks, G. W. Snellgrove. G.
b States ship : -
ed in a United ery June by sending flowers and deli-
H. Bennett, Young Trading Co., T. J. r -
yard. cacies to the sick and shut ins. Irs.i ---
Griffin, Fred F. Stump, J. C. :Man: i
Barr gave a talk on the subject of III
Last Friday afternoon the Junior ning. flower mission day and patriotic songs I

Epworth League enjoyed a picnic at were sung. Over fifty packages and I : Department : :
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Kingsley lake. About forty young The Evils of Constipation. bouquets of flowers were sent to sick : I

I people and several ladies and gentlemen Constipation is one of the main rea- and shut-in persons. Arrangements I Store

f' went out in automobiles, returning sons why the average human life is i were made for making comfort bags I I : I :
1. o'clock. and comfort sets for Florida
: home about seven below 40 years. Leaving waste ma- our

terial in the body, poisons the system troops. I I We pay Cash for Country Produce EggS' .
Prof- A. L. Taylor, after conducting and blood and makes us liable to sick :Mrs.: Colley's rooms were suitably ,li :

a successful term as principal of the headaches biliousness, nervousnessand decorated with greens and sun flow- and Baled i
I Corn Hay
jj Campbellton (Jackson county) high muddy skin. When you note these ers, and at the close of the meetingthe .I. :

school has returned to Starke. Mr.r symptoms try Dr. King's New Life gracious hostess served refresh- I I ; }

T Taylor gave so much satisfaction that Pills They give prompt relief, are ments of fruit punch and wafers. N. B. HULL STARKE R s

r he is solicited to take charge of the mild, non-griping in action add tone i FLA'ipj:
school for another term. He will to your system and clear the complexion. Read the Bradford County Telegraph -

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Our Guarantee and Statement IF THEY FIND US DOING BUSINESS OR SELLING ANY ARTICLE

: AFTER JUNE 27TH IN THE SAME PLACE-IT MEANS THERE ARE

i I+ ONLY TEN DAYS LEFT FOR YOU TO GET UNHEARD OF BARGAINS.

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f i cate. Do you realize what this means? We have a SIX THOUSAND of items on sale that we cannot begin to list. Come at once- .


1 DOLLAR STOCK OF GOODS LEFT, consisting of Clothing, Shoes, Dry Without Fail. REMEMBER THE PLACE. OUR GUARANTEE AND i


Goods, Millinery, Ladies', Men's and Children's Furnishings ORDERED STATEMENT fixtures bought will be delivered on June 25th, not i

SOLD OUT, absolute and unconditional, WITHOUT LIMIT OR RESERVE before. OUR STATEMENT-We will give TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS 4 ;


Now Ladies and Gentlemen, This is not an ordinary clearance sale, IN CASH TO ANY PERSON WHO FINDS US DOING BUSINESS AFTER \j .i


but a Real, Genuine SELLING OUT, without limit or reserve. You pick JUNE 27 IN THE SAID PLACE. THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE AND 1 i

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i'1'I FRIDAY. JUNE 8, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEV k }

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hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at public auction on E. COita. -

r! liotice MONDAY ba IN JULY. 1917. the 2nd of said month before the Courthouse Blk j in Lawtey _______________________________ Mrs M. E. Edwards__ 20.61 'J of NEt4 and E. of NSV'i and .,
|t|* in Bradford County. State of Florida, ow much thereof as will be necessary to 1 lot 50 Ct by 100 ft on State stl'ftt. E ; of SWL4 and IViY of SE!+ .____ 5 6 22 320 E. E. Car o\'& __.....__ :3L35NE's ,1

*** \ Starke. due for taxes herein set opposite the same, together with the cost of such sale toeing store building' occupied, by R. R. of NEL4 _________________ 6 6 22 40 J J. JollltS ______ ..i1 ..

pay tlla amount. Thede in La."ey _____________________________ Mt'II. M. E. Edward. 34.65 NW'4 ______________________________ 6 6 :2' 160 'R S Fernandez ___ 23.11 ;
and advertida6 All S. A. Bailey Jot and all diagonal lot Undlided3 interest in Ny of SW ,

DESCRIPTION OF LAND See T Etc.Acres Owner TaC.a &: 1 in Lawtey ________________________________________ Dr. G. W. Brown ___ 4i.21 I. __________ _____________________ 6 6 22 n J. W. Hedges. Fit: 3.I.. iKEI4
I S E. 1 A in NE's of NEIl W of R E23 5 22 1 Mt'II. Sallie Griffis ___ .80 and Ey of Nw'i and SWLi of j

and S\-i\ of N 4 A of SW'4 of NE4 of NW\4 ___23 5 22 4 J. H. Lowery _____ 2.14; NLVLi and N2! of SEi --------- 9 6 22 360 Mrs. M. E. Edwards. 3 7.03 j
of NW\\ of SWl : r2 20 Dr G. W. Brown __ 5.50 of NWLi _____________________ 9 6 22 Ceo. A. :
Ail S4 Sand W of R R._______36 4 18. 40 Mrs. Ida Anderson 6.AR SL;; of NW4 of NE'i ____________23 Ii .NSV'4 40 Joyce --- 1053
SW1 lying of SWH and S of W 5 A of N* of NW}, of NEi ___23 Ii 22 5 Mrs, M. E. Edwards__ 5.50 E'4 of N1VL4' of Nlt't4 _-------__-10 6 22 30 E. E. H,nckl e 3.48 .

of S4 of NW4 Nand E of R R ______36 4 18 60 D. L. Ward _______ ';.85 NLJ of El2 of the following described f..4,IP1p! .t!1 .. r.'EL. of NE' and W?; of NE'4 and -----
SW4i lying NWl and NW of __31 -I 19 ';0 C. J. Haney ';.55 land: Com at S line of Sea 23 where NEof NW4 and SWL4 of NW I

NIL of of and SEi -4i__31 4 21 560 Unknown ________ 46.08 it crosses S. A. L Ry and run N ;, --;- ;----------------- 6 :; 200 H. D. Tucker ____. 2081
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SW' Rawls 1254 ft thence E and .t right angles Nth of NW's 80 Mrs. 101
SEan __ _w_____-___25. 4 22 40 Nero ______ 425 I .. 8.51 J
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----- and S thence N parallel with aid Ry 650 wx of SWLi of NE}. ______________11 II 22 20 A. G. &gerae 2.46

S'SL4z ;rS'l.. and Sof_\ ____NWt4__________36 4 22 452: Mnol Carrie B. Star- ft. thence E at right: angles 335 ft, W2! of Ey? of NE4 and E>; of NWLi. ;j
_------- ling ______________ 61.23SI.l. thence parallel with said Ry 650 ft, of NELi and E4 of NE4 of SE'I _11 6 22 80 Unknown _n____I 8 81
1 20 MI'II. Ida Anderson 3.29 thence W .t right angles 335 ft to NI'J of SEI' ------------------------12 6 22 ,0 Mrs H. E. Edwards. S'.

of Nw4 of NWl -of--------_-_-_-,14 5 6 18 18 120 M. J. Nettles __ 11.80 beg ____________...._______________23 5 22 1 Emma Paul ________ 6.51 SELi of SEti _________________12 6 22 40 Unknown 8.51
SWLi
SWI' of NWLi and_____N4__________14 5 18 40 Phillip Nettles M-____ 4.24E Lot 11 in East La"ey ________-___________________ 1rs. M. E. Edwards_ 3.81 NWi of SEL4 ______________________12 6 22 40 L. A. EI'a----; 5.50

'sEl.. of NWi______ ___ _____15 5 18 80 M. H. Nettles ____ 8.01 Lots 11 and 18 in East Lawtey _________________ -ii'll. M. E. Edwards_ 10.53 E!_ of SW}. of SE'4 and W1r'J of W4
of SELi and-Wy -of NE4 and Lot 21 in East Lawtey _______________----- Mt'II. M. E. Edwards_ 341 of NWi! and WL2 of NW?' of S
s'E'4 of NE'4 2-3 A of Lot 22 in East L.wtey _________________________ L. L. Sapp Jr ____ 20.61 WIi ---- ;--------------------- 6 22 80 UnknoanSWLi -------.L 911
l\w of NWIi and N 2-3 26 A of SW1.of Lot 28 in East Lawtey ___-______________-_____ Mrs. Jennie E. Brown li.25 of SE's: ____.________________13 6 22 40 R. D Stl'ck'aod 19' 7
N 26 SE14
of NW 4 and ______________16 5 18 253 W. C. Allen ______ 24.03 Lot 29 in East Lawtey ______________________ J. P. Edwards ___ 13.89 NWLi of NE4 of S\"I' --------I' 6 2".j- 4.fi2
NW'4 __--- Co. of Lots 30 31 and 32 in East Lawtey ___________________ Mrs. M E. Edwards_ 15.58 W''x'! of E!; of SE?. of NWi! ______14 6 22 10 J. Romt r LiJohnson Ivtnp"t. 4.62
_____ ______-22 Land Trust
_____ 5 18 40
of SWi! .'; Lot 47 in East Lawtey ___________________________ Amelia Hawkins 3.81 SW of SW ____________________14 6 22 40 JoNW4 hn ; 16.10
SE"b.. Lot 59 in East Lawtey __________________-_________ Chas. Parker _____ 2.14 S% of NELi of NEi and SEt, of --- .'
Lot 4 in Ott's subdivision in East Law- of NE4i and SE\oi\ of NE? __16 6. 22 70 Matilda Dixon r. 1083

W of NR'i and W 12 E44 Johnson ______ 9.58 toy ____________ _____________-________________ Wm. Williams ______ 2.44 SI!; of NEt, of NEL ____-________17 6 22 20 Louis Carr --- t 10'53
____24 J.
_______ ___ 5 18 92 C. --f
__
t.fW\4\ _____ Lot 6 in Ott' subdivision in East Law- Eat of SEt4 of SEi! ______________1. 6 22 30 Kayo'ood D--C
_____ 1NEri ." 0.ri 3.81
Keene
_________________ 26 5 18 40 J. W.
OI t 4 of NEI w toy ___________ __________-_____________ Ch& Parker _______ 2.44 SE1' of N\\'I',i --.------------------Ii 6 22 40 Cnknown a. 8'86
__ Blume ________ 10.53! ----- .
of swt and NW}, of SE" 21 5 18 80 J. W. Lot 1 in Ott's subdivision in East Law- 11 A com .t KE cor of NW'4 of SW

" Nu. of NWi of SWi and NE14 of S toy __________________________________________ David M. Smith ___ 2.(4 14 and run W 1060 ft S 450 ft. E c
____________3-1 5 18 60 W. C. Shallar ____ 9.58SEI !
____
W\4\ ____ __ Lot 8 in Ott' sub division in East Law 1060 ft. N 450 ft to point of bt-g17 6 :2 11 Jeff L
of NEI" _______________________36 5 18 40 E. P. Dicks _____ 4.71 tey _________________________ ___ Mrs. E. J. Dinkins_ 2.U .' ---------------------18 6 2. 40 Annie Reynolds eW44off -------- '73
---------- SWWi .
SE'4 _____-__________ 6 5 19 40 Unknown _________ 6.12 18 6 ---- 4..1
SW4 of Lots 10 and 11 in Ott's sub division in 4 ---------------------- -- tiO Jack Fri
NWt of NE1 and E1.4 of NW14 ___ 9 5 19 120 A. B. Fletcher Trus- East Lawtey _______---------w___________ Thad Nicholson ___ 4.14 %V6 A of SI:! of SWi of SWLi _____18 6 22 6 July G.imlDll"E. : 8.95 1.87
SEt, except 25 A of NW% of SE14 N r w tee __________ 12.09 Lou 13 14 and 15 in Ott's sub division All W?_ of NEi of NE4! E of public ---- -

i 'Qf Ry except also Ry right of way in East l.awtey ___________________________-____________ 10lary McGill ______ 5.80 road __ ______---------------------20 6 22 11 L'nknowl 2.USWI
2 A on E side S If Ry ______16 5 19 130 H. K. Roberta ______ 13.65 Com 420 ft N of SE eor of SWLi of -----------
and SE'4 of NWi less 14 A in SE coy ___24 5 22 26 Mrs M. E. Edwards 3.81
I !II', of NEI" lees Ry right of way -22 5 19 74 B. G. Lassiter ______ 6.76 NWi of NEi of NE. ___________24 5 22 10 C. H. Churchill ______ 3.81 and run N 60 ft. W 115 ft. S .
1 SW4 and SW4 of SE14 _____U Ii 19 80 Unknown ------ 121 fiO ft E 115 ft to point of bt _____ 6 22 Clarence ;
1 SE14 of NE}. of NEi of SWi _________-___25 5 22 10 Mrs. M. E. Edwards_ 3.81 F.llenonNEi 4 41
I SEt of SE\4 except 10 A in SE cor _24 Ii 19 30 Callie Williams ____ 1.11 SEi of SW'i of NW,. _____________25 5 22 10 Bob Rivers _____-__ 3.81 of SELi of SWi _____________%1 6 22 10 J. B Rhoden --- -,- 10.b3'
SWt,4 of NE14 and NELi of SWy4 __35 5 19 80 Unknown _________ 8.39 SI..( of SWLi of NELi _______________25 6 22 20 MI'II. M. E. Edwards_ 3.81 Com at SW cor of land owned by Elmira -
of SWL4 _____________-M 8 Ii 20 40 R. M. HerseySW4 _______ 4.24 E side of Ry right of
SW'4 SWI" of NEi of SELi __________25 5 22 10 D. Davis ________ 3.81 King on
of NEy _____________________10 5 r-o 40 Unknown __________ 4.71 and easterly .t right angles .
, NWi! of SEI of SWI,4 ______________25 5 22 10 Forest Seeber ______ 3.81 way run
% A in NE cor of NE14 of SE14 420 ft Sw4 of SWi of xWi __________-_25 5 22 10 Sarah Williams ____ 3.81 to said Ry to E line of section 22. J
Nand S by 211) ft E and W ____12 Ii 20 2 Gid Green _________ 1.42 Ni of NEI,4 of NEt,4 of SEi:6 5 22 5 Rufus McRae _______ 1 12NI' thence N along said section line to .
SW'4 of SEy4 ___________12 5 20 10 W. T. Ritch _______ 2.14 thence W along said '
of center street
SE14 of SWL4 of NEI,4 ______---26 5 22 20 A. Paul _________ 10.53 .
NE14 _____________.13 5 20 80 T. B. Handley ____ 20.61 of ol street to Ry right of way thence S
N14 of SW4 NW4 SEt,4 __ _________26 Ii 22 10 Unknown ___________ 3.81
SE4i of NE14 __--______________1& 5 20 40 J. W. Nichols ____ 612 NWLi of SW4 ___________________26 5 22 40 L. L. Sapp Jr _____ 10.53 along said right of way to point of
Eta of NE'4 of SE4 of SW44 ______15 5 20 5 Chri8. C. Buckhart -- 1.88 W14 of SEi of NEt,4 of SWt26 6 S2:: 5 Agnes Franklin __ 3.81 beg. in E!!! of NE%. except such lots
NE4 of NE\4 ________________11 5 20 40. J. L. Varnes -____ 4.24 Nq! of SE4i of NWi W of Ry and N or pieces as have heretofore been I

4 A In NW cor of NE% of NW% being 4: of SW\4 of NW\4 5 22 35 Mrs. M. E. Edwards 9.16 deeded ________________________21 6 22 14 Louis Guyon -- .. 14.58
420 It SQuare _____________11 Ii 20 4 R. M. Hersey ______ 1.25 W2Aof W14ofNWLiofSE-of 1 lot 55 It on S side of Nu and 110 -

NW'4 of SW14 __________-________21 5 20 40 MI'II. W. A. Owens __ 1.12r.'W4 NELi --________________________26 Ii 22 2 A. T. Paul ____.___;_ 1.42 ft wide on N side of S\J of blk 2.
\ of SWI,. ___________25 5 20 40 B D. Andrews ___ 6.12 Com .t SW cor of SEi and run E on b S R 2 E in Temple's sub division __21 6 22 2 Rose Williams -- ? 337EL'.ofblkjSR2EandWL4of
SEri of SE'4 ________________25 Ii 20 40 Unknown ___________ 4.71NE'4 section line 410 It to a point of her -
of SE14 ________________26 Ii 20 40 B. D. Andrews _____ 8.96 thence N 660 ft, E 198 ft. S 660 ft. blk 1. S. R. 3 E, and fraction of N

W'4 of SW% ______________________28 b ::-0 .80 G...V."Goodwin' _____._ 8.86 W 198 ft to beg _____-__________26 5 22 3 J88. .'. Williams ____ 4 7SWi 0 1VL4 of blk 1. N R 2 E being 248
Com at SW eorof SW3, ofSW and --...+".' -"Ii-- .. ...; rI'. ---, of SWi of NEi and NW14 Ct Nand S and 330 ft E and W and
run N 504 ft. thence E 525 ft to a of NWI of SEIA and SELi of SEt4 SE4 of blk 1, N R 1' E and NW4i <
point of her. thence N 260 ft, E 105 of NW% and NELi of NEy4 of S of blk 1 S R 2 E and N'r'J of SWLi ,7' 'f

ft, S 260 ft W 105 ft to beg _______29 5 20 H. K. Roberts ______ 9.76 W% -----------_______________ 5 22 40 Mrs. Virginia Futch__ 8.01 of blk 1 S R 2 E in Temple's subdivision -
Lot 29 of blk 3 in F N. Andrews E! of NEi of SEt,4 ________________27 Ii 22 20 L. L. Sapp Jr. ______ 7.17 ________________________22 6 22 19 N. B. Hull --_ 1525 -'
__________________________________ Unknown 1.10 of Center st ---7-
add to Lake Butler ---------- Lot 33 in Woodlawn -________-___ 5 22 10 Unknown ________ 1.81 241 A com .t NW cor
Lot 44 of blk 4 in F. N. Andrews add to S'4 of lot 13 and NL; of lot 20 in and Lawtey and Starke public road rand .

Lake Butler _________________ ----------- Unknown ------_ 1.10 Woodlawn -_____n__.- 29 Ii 22 10 01. F. Brown ______ 5.01 run W along Ce'1ter st 430 It to
Lot 39 of blk 4 in F. N. Andrews add Lot 15 in Woodlawn _____________29 5 22 10 Jas. H. Foci ___-___ 1.30 lands formerly owned by N. D. Hag- :
to Lake Butler _______________________________ Unknown ------_____ 1.10 NHI of lot 22 in Woodlawn _________29 5-2 Ii E. C Johns _______ 1.87 aman, thence N along said land 260
Lots 45 and 46 of blk S in F. N. An- Lot 11 in Woodl.wn ________________29 Ii 22 10 Unknown ________ 3.29 ft, thence E 430 ft to said road. i
draws add to Lake Butler ____-________________________ Unknown ----------- 1.42 Lots 4 and 13 in Woodlawn ___-____30 5 22 20 D. B. Johna ________ 4.71 thence S along said road to Paint of j
Lot 47 of blk 5 in F. N. Andrews add Lots 49 and 64 in Woodlawn _________31 5 23 20 M. J. Hlltson ________ a.29 of beg in Temple's sub dlvision-2V ,
to Lake Butler _____________________--r__________ Unknown ----------- 1.10 Lot 5 in Woodl.wn __________________32 5 22 10 Unknown ________ U.7EIr ANt2 _________________________--12 6 22 3 Joe Morris ----___ 8.85
Lot 49 blk 5 in F. N. Andrews add to of NWI4 of SWIi _______________35 r 12 20 M. Thompkins ___._ :.:7 or SE's of SWLi of SW4? except ..
Lake Butler _______-_________--=____ H. K. Roberts _______ 1.10 NE4i of NWIi of NEi of SWLi and 1', off W end-3'4 A _____________22 6 22 40 Sam Harris Jr -____ 5.34 .
Lot 54 blk 6 in F. N. Andrews add to NW}.ofSE}.ofNE\4ofSW} and "rEof .. .. .1.. SEh of SW'i of SEt4 and E 2 A of

Lake Butler _____________________. _____ Unknown ------_____ 1.10 SW's of SEt4 of NWLi ____35 Ii 22 10 Bank of Williston__ ';.:7 SW's or SW?. of SE'. ___________22 6 22 12 E. L. Simmons --- 14.61 j
All bllt 23 except W 105 ft in Lake But- LoLl 14 and 17 in Peetsville ________35 5 22 5 Anthony Moore ____ :J.B Nof SW'Ij of SE'-4 and S2! of N 1
ler __ __ _______________________________________ Chas. F. Rivers ____ 11.55 Lots 15 and 22 in Peetsville ___-__35 6 22 13 Isaac Miles ______..__ ..Fl W''i of SE!& and SE4 of NEi ofsW'i : j
Beg at SW cor of acid Byrd and Verner .. v i r 1P1n t .'P-w .. ..... ."' Lots 18 and 20 in Peets\'i1\e _______-35 Ii :2 13 Wm. Strong _______ t 4:: ______________________-___.22 6 22 50 E. L. Simmons _____ 30.24 :
lot and run E 50 ft, N 90 ft, W 50 SEi of NEIi of NE4i ______36 5 22 10 H W.rne, Jr. ______ -1 SI:, of SWLi of NELi ________22 6 22 20 O. B. Sweat --___ 15.16 ,

ft, S 150 Ct to beg ____________________________________ Green Fitzpatrick ---..-...7..,77. NE'4 of NB44 or NW ___________36 5 22 10 Jiff Surtain _________ 3s'SWL NI: of SW'1 of SEi ______________23 6 22 20 R. 0.. Strong ______ 11.80NE's
Com .t SW cor and run E 650 ft to a pt +:a'W1''I'. .. .,-. .. ."' s--s .r.. e.i- .. of SE4 and E!4 of SW4 ------ 3 6 IS 9120 W. C. Allen ____ ._ lUO of NE's ____________________-24 6 22 40 R. D. Strickland. -- 18.10 :'
of heir thence N 150 ft, E 60 ft, S Beg at NE cor section 6 and run S 60 All EIi of SEi! of NW4 N of public CD'I" 9 .
150 ft, W 50 ft to point of beg in ft.V 120 ft. N 60 ft. E 120 ft to road ___________________________24 6 22 lr Unknown ________ 11.61 1
Byrd and Verner lot __________________________ Clara Fitzpatrick ___ 3.04 point of beg on N side of public road 6 6 IE N. E. rlll(r _____.. 15NWI ; Nof SE'4 of NELi ______-_______N 6 22 20 Unknown _._______ 8.17 .
Lot 15 of blk 3 In McKinney add to of SELi and E 12 A of NEI? of W 16 A or NWI" of SE'. and N 5 A

new Lake Butler _______________________________ A. C. Wadsworth ____ 9.16 SW4 _____________________________ 9 6 If E2 W. N Ihl c. ____ rlo 1EI of WI" of SWi of SEli N of Peek J
Lou 24 and 25 of blk 3. McKinney's add of SWI'I of SW'4 ______n________ 9 F 20 W. "net' __. _. __ 4.f.4 road _______________________________24 6 22 R. D. Bower .___ 12.2
to new Lake Butler _______1____..____________-____ Lake Butler Ice and NWi of NE's __________-_________10 6 18 -10 W. C. Allen _______ 4.H NE4 of SELi ______________________25 6 22 40 Unknown ------- 17.06
LoU 41 42 43 44 blk S in McKinney's Electric Co ______ 14.49 SELi of NELi ____________________11 6 18 40 Seboy Jones ______ 5.49 Sao of NE'4 of SEt ________________26 6 22 30 Carl W. Thulin -_ 13.26
add or new Lake Butler ____________________________ H. A. Hewitt ______ 14.19 SWi of NWi! ____________-_____12 6 18 40 Seboy Jones _______ bAt WIJ or SWLi of NWi! and N% of N 1-
Lots 3 4 of blk 4 in McKinney's. 2 A in NW ror of NE'4 of SEi! ____-_14 6 18 2 Ella Burroughs (col) ..WNEof W4 of S1V14 except 6 A in SE cor

or new Lake Butler ____________________ Unknown _._________ 4.11 NE's ______________________14 6 IS 40 Unknown __________ 4.24W 105 yds Nand S by 293 yds E and
Lots 1 S of blk 12 in B. L. Newsom's '' of NE's of NEti and NWLi of W _____________________________26 6 22 44 Polly A. Drew ____ 28.65 "'
add to Lake Butler ___________________________ Mrs. V. O. Scarbor- NE's and Nti. or SWLi of NE's ____Ii 6 18 80 R. W. Williams ____ 9.5!! NE's of SW'i of NWi! __________-26 6 2l' 10 S. F. Morgan --.:- 11.65 :
ough ____-_____ 4.41 SI; of SWt4 of NE's and NWLi of %V.2 or NEi! 01 SW's of NE's ____-21 6 22 5 C. E. Murrh __a__ 6.39

Blk 3 in D. E Knight's add to Lake SEi and EI; of NEIi of SW's ____Ii 6 18 80 Martin Maphurs! ____ 1083 Beg at NE cor of SEi! of NE\\ and '
Butler _* L. M. Stokes .-______ 10.83 SE's of NEi! and NE\\ of NE's of run W 382 ft. thence Southeasterly

S4 of Iota 12 and N 5 ft of loU 5 and SE's -________________ 21 6 18 .0 L. R. Graham ______ ';.06 t va point 225 ft W of section line
6 in F. P. Odom's add to Lake But- NE\i\ of NE'4 ______________________25 6 18 40 Unknown ______-___ t.4 vn S line of SEi! of NEi! thence !
ler ___ ___- Charon" Sparks ___ 11.13 WIq of NE4! and Wand\ Wq! of S southeasterly 660 Ct to a point 120 ICt

Lot 9 in T. E. Dekle's 1st add to Lake E'2 of Vt2 of NEil _. ______________26 6 18 40 Ellen Hunt ________ 1.1 from said section line thence E .;.
ButlerMrs.. Jessie A. Wilson 17.55; E', of NE's or lot 1 ________________2. 6 18 80 Seboy Jones ________ 6..6 120 ft to said section line thence N 1 ion
Lot 14 in T. E. Dekle's let add to Lake SEti of SW'4 except W 210 ft --___ 1 6 1934 MI'I. R. I. Tomlinson__ 7.17 section line to beg __________2i 6 22 12 Polly A. Drew -__ 8.02 !

Butler ________________________________ S. S. Proctor _______ 10.83 NE's of NE'4 --____________________ 5 6 19 40. J. D. Crawford ______ 4.71 Com at NE.co of Wy of NW's of ._
WVi of lot 30 in T. E. Dekle's let add to SLg of SW% of SW's __n____________ 7 6 19 20. J. B. Crawford ____ 1.96 SE4! of NEt4 and run W 200 Ct to j ,, f'

Lake Butler ____________________________________ Unknown -------- 2.44 SEi of NE'4 and NE'4 of SE4! ____ 9 6 19 80 W. L Parrish ______ 10.53 a point of beg. thence S 245 ft. W : j
N 1-3 of EV of lot 1 and W% of lot EI of NW'4 and NEh of Swt ____12 6 19 120 Mrs. R. I. Tomlinson 11.80 109 ft N 245 ft. E 109 ft to point
1 in T. E. Dekle's 2nd add to Lake NW'1 and 3 A in SW cor of NWIi of of bell ___________________________28 6 22 Gene,a Towns -- 5.01 <. I.
Butler _________.-..-.___..____.__-____________ S. M. Carver _______ 7 77 NEti and 2 A in NW cor of SW% 1 lot 105 ft Nand S by 420 ft E and
Lot 11 N of Ry in T. E. Dekle's 2nd add of NEL _________________-____13 6 19 62 J. 111. Dukes _________ 8.61 W in SW cot of NWi! of SEII and
to Lake Butler _________________________________ Harry Williams ---- 4.11 SE'i of SW4 and SWi? of SE'4 ____13 6 19 80 Bank of Lake Butler 9.28 IA 105 ft Nand S by 420 ftEand
4 A in SW eor of N'4 of lot 4 ____- __31 5 20 4 Mrs. C. A. Knight SEll _____ __________________________11 6 19 160 Jonathan 101. Dukes 14.63 W in NW cor or SWi! of SEt4 ___28 6 22 2 Mrs R. S. Fernandez 24.81
4 A in SE cor of NVi! of lot 1 lying (Heirs) __________ 4.11 NW\ of NWI4 ______________________18 6 19 40 J. B. Crawford ____ 5.41N ?r A bounded Sand E by Pine at.lV .
E of S. C Crabb and S of land ownedby \,{: of SE's of SE% ___-__________20 6 19 20 A. M. Thomas ______ 3.29 by S. A. Bryan and N by Mrs tL
J. G. Purvis ________________31 6 20 4 Kibby Lamar ________ 4.41 NW's of SE'4 _____________________:::1 6 19 40 J. H Avero ________ 4.:1 A. Miller in Starke __________-8: 6 22 R. S. Ft'rnandez --- 2.74
LoU 7 and 8 in Townsend's add to Lake WI" of NE'4 and Ey? of NW14 and Com at SE cur of SW1 of SW's and

Butler __ ___ __________________31 5 20 E. W. Miller ________ 4.11 NELi of SW's _____________________%4 6 19 200 Bank of Lake Butler_ lU8 run W .95 ft. N 315 Ct. NE 608 Ct.
LoU 9 10 and 11 in Townsend's add to Com 140 yds S or NE cor of NElj of thence E li4 ft. S 902 ft. to point of

Lake Butler ___________________31 5 20 J. C Tan'in __.-_____ 5.80 NVi and run S 140 yds. \V 210 ycla. bt-g--ALo certain land S of Mrs.1L. .
SU of NWU of SEU and SWU of S N 140 yds. E 2H yds to point of beK28 6 19 6 Unknown ___________ 2.41 Spar.man's and W of S. A L.
EU except 10 A in SW rot S of road 15 A in SW cor of SW}" of NW\-o\ E of Ry in SE'4 of SW'4 _______________28 6 22 10 MI'II. E. F. Johns ___ 25.47

E 210 ___________________________ C. R. Friary ____ 7.1'1
and NE'4 of SEU of SWU and R Rand W or public road ________28 S 19 15 D. L. Palmer ________ 1i.42 Lt.t 8 of blk 3 in St.rke i
ft of NWU of SEU of SWU ___17 5 21 62 G. C. Sapp 14.79 Belt at NW ror of SWy and run E Lots 5 6 i and 8 of blk 10 in Starke ___________________ Poll'll. A Flor '18 ---_ lU5 ;
Com 210 yds S of NW eor of NEU of 308 ydi, on line dividing N.J and Si Lots 1 and 3 of blk 16 in Starke _________________ Mno. Jennie Maude
SEU and run S 53 2-3 yds. E 70 yds of see. 29 to a poin' of beg thence 10- WI'; of lots 5 and j of blk 16 in H.Wman u____ 20.91

N 53 2-3 yds W 70 yds to beg __18 5 21 2 J. H. Denmark 11.13 E 140 yds thence S 880 yds, to see Star.e _____________________________________________ MI'II. M. E. Fdwards_ 64.5
Com 10 eh W of NE eor of NW?+ of r"' ; line. thence W 440 yds. N 880 Yilt to 1 lot on N side of Call street 522 ft 'r i
SE% and run S 89 ft. W 20 degrees. E and W by 210 ft Nand S. bounded 1
thence along Ry point of beg _______________29 6 19 80 C. A \lcLeod __.:::: 10.45 Jefferson W by land of
S 198 ft, N 72 ft, N by street
right of to place of beg in NW% NWi of NWi -_____-_____ 6 19 40 Unknown ___________ 6.12 Vida V. Morgan S by Call street. y

of SEU way_____ __________18 5 21 Mrs. Ella May Len- NE'4 of NW'4 N of river __________32 6 19 30 Unknown ___________ 4.71 E by blk 11 in Starke ____________________________----- S. B. Denmark .4____ 11.i3
)
non _______-___ 8.67 All S'2 of NE'4 N of river -_________ 6 19 30 Thomas & Lamb ____ 14.62Lots Lots 5 and 7 and part of lots 6 and ;

A in SWU of SEcom 210ftSof j 8 9 and 10 of blk 1 in Worthington 8 or blk 18 in Starke ___________________________ Unknown _u__:..__ 34.35S i
1 NE and run W 210 ft, S 210 ft, ____ ____ ______-__-__-__-__________________ N. J. Parrish ______ 3,01 24th ft of lot 4 of blk 20 in Starke _________________._ Dr. N. W. Francis -_ 30.69
cor. Lot 1 of blk 2 in Worthington ________________________ R. E. L. Duke ______ 11.09 I
E 210 ft. N 210 ft to point of beg __18 5 21 1 Mrs. Alice Roberts -- 1.: : Blk 21 in t.rke ________nuuu__-______________ R. Rand lIeUil' 101.Pre&tt .
Lots 3 and 4 of blk in
2
Worthington
IAN _.__ 61.15 ,
of except un
SEU of the of NWU 1st A in SE NEU cor ___________18 5 21 9 Mrs. Allie B. Ritch_ 20.91 __________________________-_________-______ E. J. Harder ________ 1.8i Blk 31 as extended on Ensey's map of ,

Com at NE eor of NEU of SWU and Lots 6 and 7 of block 3 in Worthington Starke ____________ ________________________________ R. S. Johns .__J.__ 6.51 "
run S 3 ch 3 ft to Ry right of way ________________________________________________ Butler Stevens &: Ben 22.43 Lot 8 of blk 34 in J. 51. Johns' add to 1St.rke

thence W along said right of way 14 All triangular lot embracing hotel and ____________________________--______--_-____ J. :M.! Dub""p ---i-- 9.18 .
! thence N 3 degreesE ground according to plat of Worth Lou 1 213 and 14 of blk 11 in Livingston. -
eh 210 24 ft ft,to W beg 210 ft. variation 32 degrees inl1ton: ____________________________________________ Thomas &:. Lamb ____ 29.40 Truby Co's add to Starke _______________________ l'tIt'II. U. G. Turner __ 2i.63 ]
Lois 5 6 and i of blk i in
Worthington
thence S 710 ft to said Ry Lot 5 of blk 11 in Livingston Truby \
S. --- __________ _______________ ____ Thomas & Lamb ____ 1.61
:
right of to point of beg--l A in ---1' ------------- Car add to Starke __________nn__________________ O\\'tn Gardiner _____ 916
way NLj; of lots 6 and 3 in Worthingt"b __________ ________ Thomas Lamb ____ 1.88 \
__________18 5 21 1 Joe Jones. Jr. 9 27 &
____
of _______ ------ of blk 2i in Livingston, Truby : !
NEU SWU Lot 1 of blk 11 in Worthington: ________________________ Unknown ___________ 1.8l'Lot EtJ __ MI'II. J. P. __ 5.80 '
N 1-S of NWU of NEU- -13 1-3 A. Also Co's add to Starke ______________________________.,.____ J.indsty
and -I of blk 11 in Worthington ____________________________ G. W. Andrews _____ 1.02 in
com at NE cor of NEU of NWU Lots 5 6 7 8 9 and 10 of blk 31 !
Lots 5 and i of blk 11 in Worthington -

run W 132 yds S 146 2-3 yds. E 132 __ ______ ____________________________ _____ _______ Thomas &: Lamb ___ 1.88 Livingston: Truby & Co's add to
yds. N 146 2-3 yds to beg-4 A ____-20 Ii 21 17 G. C. Sapp -------- 3.71 Starke ______________nun________________________ J. J. Thomas ____ 4.41
______.25 5 21 40 J. D. McCormick ___ 8.95 Lots 5 and 6 of blk 12 in Worthington in Liv-
.__________ Lots 3 and 4 or WU. of blk 6
of NE
NWU % ___25 21 1 Arthur Alvarci .77 ______________________________________________n__ Thomas & Lamb ____ 3.01 sub divisionof
5
1 A in NW eor of SWU of SWU ingston. Truby and Co's
SEV4 of SEU ____________________26 5 21 40 Arthur Alvarez _____ 8.95 Lots 10 11 12 and 13 of blk 13 in NEU of NEU ________._____.___28 6 22 Rose Cox ____-. j t---- 4.41
Worthington ________ _____________________ Thomas &: Lamb ___ 2.18
120 J W. Nichols ____ 9.52 ------------- all loU 3
__30 21 and
SUi of SWU and SWU! of SEU __ 5 ? WU,! of lots 1 and 2 4
Lots 5 and 6 of blk 14 in Worthington
A in NE cor and 4 of blk 17 and W'UV of lots 1
NEU of NEU except ?Vi _______-__________________-_________________ Thomas &: Lamb .__ 1.4. of blk 18 of .' :
of except N 115 ft and 2 and lots 3 and 4 .
and NWU NEU of NE% Lot i of blk 14 in Worthington _______-______________ W J. McCormick ___ 1.17 Livingston. Truby and Co's sub division > \

W and of S public 440 ft road of NEU and of SVi NWU andS Lot 1 of bik 15 in Worthington _________________________ Unknown ___________ 1.1i of NEI, of NE'4 _____________28 6 22 D. P. Pullu-n --]i---- 18.45 'i1
of Lots b and 6 of blk 15. in Worthington and SI of blk 31 in Liv '1
NWU NWU Lots 1 4 or -
Eof
440 ft of of SWU of N _______________________________-___________________ Thomas &: Lamb ____ 1.47 ingston. Truby & Co's! sub division of :J 'J
and N ft of EVi
and 150 N 150 ft of SEU of NW'iexcept Lot j of blk 15 in Worthington ____________________________ C. H Campbell _____ 6.12Lot NE' of NEUWU _________________________________ ..-- Phyllis Mack ._J---- 7.77 j
WU or blk _____ __________ ___________ 1.88 (
loU sold in plat in NEU ____36 5 21 185 W. Ellery Davis ----- 25.23 1 19 in Worthington: _________ Unknown of blk 23. Livingston Truby & X .
loU 2 3 and 4 Lots 3 and 4 of blk 19 in Worthington Co's nub division of NEU of NEU __28 6 22 .R. M. EllpI'I!>'n .:____ 17.55 '>-
NE'4 of NEU except ; ________-______-_-________________________________ Unknown ___________ 10.68Lot8 Blk Livingston Truby & Co's sub division -
of and SEU of NEU? and WU 36
E Ry
_______________ 1 5 22 305 Mrs. Carrie B. Starling 2 and 3 of Tract blk 21 in Worthinllton of NEU of NEU ____.-______28 6 22 R. M. EllerwnJ--- 17.55 i
of NEU and NWU andEU 34.95 _'-______________ h___________________.:__________ H. J. Davis _-___ 2.18 Livingston Truby & Co's subdivision I
EU of and SWU of NEU -------------- Blk 40
NEVi
NEil and WU ofNE4 Lots i and 8 of blk 25 in Worthington of NE'4\ of NE'4 __________28 6 22 Billie Brt-rn ---- 5.SO
:, Of of NWU NWU of and SE'4! of NWU! _________-___________________________-_________ Mrs. E. M. Petty ____ 147 Lot 3 of blk 41 Livingston Truby & i

________________ 2 5 2:; 280 Mrs. Carrie B. Star- Lots 1 and 4 of block 31 in Worthington Co's sub division of NEU of NEI, __28 6 2Z Ja. E. Franklin.___ 1.10 -1
and WIof NWU ling ______________ 30.22Lot _________ ______________________________-________ Unknown n_________ 2.18 Lot 2 of blk 42 Lh inl1'ton. Truby & I

_________________HNWU 5 22 10 Sam Clark --------'" 1.47 Lots 9 and 10 of blk 3. in Worthington Co's sub division of NEU of NEU --28N'U 6 22 Ju'ius Butler -- .--_ 2.44 f
43 in Woodlawn of NW'4 ____12EU 5 22 80 Mrs. Carrie B. Star-1 _______________ _________________________-__-___ Mrs. E. M. Petty ___ 6.42 of blk 45 Livingston. Truby & Co's
of NEU and NEU ling _____________ 8.11 Lut 3 of blk 38 in Worthington ___________________________ Unknown ___________ 1.811 sub division of XEI, of NEU ______28 6 22 H. G. Pigford ____ 4.11 d '
______________ ___________ Mrs. E N. Petty ___ 1.12
of SEU _______________12 5 22 20 J. R. Reed ---------- 5.50SWI. Lot 8 of blk 38 in Worthington: __ LoU 6 and 7 of blk 1, Davis" ruby's .a
of SEU of NWU and S I of lot 2 and .n lot 3 of blk 39 add to Starke ___-_____________________________.:.____ J. T. Wills u_____ :iI 91
.. of NE'4 and SEU 12 22 120 Unknown 16.87 in Worthinlton _________________________________________ Thomas &: Lamb ____ 'i.85Fract 1 lot W side of Walnut street between i
SWU of SElf _________--- 5 ---------- on
; lots or bl.s D F G and H in blkg A and DN.. J. Jones add

NU of E4 of SEU of NEU! of and SW'4 WVi of Worthington _-____________________________________ Thomas Lamb ____ :'..18'rart to Starke __--_-_- -_____----_ ___----_______________ C. M. Al'-arcz _____ 4.41
of SEU of NEU and Sal and blk "M" in Worthington ________________________ Thomas &: Lamb ___ 3.29ilvli Blk 9 in Tample's add to Starke __unn____________ Mrs. Eunice E. Cano-
of SWU
NWU and N'i! of SU. or NE's and NWLi of SELi and Lot 15 of blk 14 in Temple's add to. va ____ .______ 34.35

.". Of SEU of SWU and of NEU of of N'2 of NE'4 of SEti _____________23 6 20 100 J. T. Reaves ________ 10.68 Starke ___ __ _..____________________ .--__ Unknown .__________ 67.95 ,
!
SE>, of SWi, and WU;, SE'4 22 130 Unknown 19 42 Lots 2 and 3 of blk 24 in New River23 6 20 D. W. and I. W. Pin- Lots 8 and 9 of blk 20-Tt'mple's add t
of SE's.12 5 ---------
SEU and SI- of NEU ____13 5 22 10 D. C. Hood 5.50 holster ___________ 1.61 to Starke _. __ __ ____--_______-________ L E. WeM ___-__ 4.11
____ ------- -- --- --
Iot 20 in Woodlawn .____ H. Beavers 2.14 t'I2 of SWIi _____________-________2!! 6 20 80 F. B Johns _______ 11..9 Lots 2 3 and 4 of blk -Temple's add
_____13 Ii 22 10 G. -----
Lot 19 in Woodlawn__.__-____________ _13 Ii 22 10 S. C. Murfett --------- 2.14 E!q of SE4! ____________________29 6 20 80 F. B, Johns _-______ 11..9 to Starke u_.-___________ __-_____-__--__.._____________ T. R. L. DaugMry3.27
Lot .
59 in Woodlawn -
_____13 5 22 20 W. 11. Robinson -- 2.14 Lot 3 and SL;: of lot 4 and NI'i; of lot Lots 469 and 11 of Blk "B" -Rising's!
NU. of lots 7 and 8 in Woodlawn -- -- 10 ____n__ _______________________31 6 20 160 Mrs. M. C. I'inholster 1.09 add to Starke _____ .___.____._____________-_________ Mrs Teresa Leviton 4.11
Lou 5 fi 9 10 11 and 12 and SI:! of loU Unknown .81 S"EJ4 of NE's _______________________32 6 20 40 J. T. Reaves _______ 4.a LoU 11 and 12 of blk 35- -l't'l'k's add to
___________13 5 22 70 ------ -
7 and 8 _______________ 22 40 D. Davis 5.50 WI. of NE' and NWH and NL'i of Starke ____ _________n____________ _______ Lr.ura Hirris _____ 2.09
LoU 35 36 37 and 3S in Woodlawn'-14 5 Chas. Parker----------- 3111 SWli and NV'i of SEti ________33 6 20 360 J. T. ftf'avt'8 ________ 34.71 1 lot in n Starke 110 ft N and S by
___ _____14 5 22 5 --------
:N's of lot 20 in Woodlawn i2! of NI. of SElj of SW\4\ of SEi't bounded Wal-
W Eby
E and
3.81 210 ft ,
Shaw
Lot 59 in Woodlawn __________________1s 5 22 10 Herman ------ ____ 1.32 i
3.111 A _________--13 II 21 3 Wm. McLeod __ nut It. N by J. R. Davis. W by land
____15 5 22 20 Unknown -----
LoU 37 and 38 in Woodlawn ___ 40 C. H. Revere .17 Et: of SE's _-_________-__________13 6 21 80 Wm. Edwards ____ 7 25 of 15. L. Dun and S by blk "C" of i
LoU 19 CO: 29 and 30 in Woodlawn __..15LoU Ii 22 f Unknown __-_-_-_-_-_--_- 3.111 E'1 of SEll ___________________13 6 21 40 Unknown __________ 8.95 N. J. Jones' add to Starke ___-:8 6 22 D-. N. W. Fraaeu 35.25
33 and 34 ___________________.1S 6 2" 20 G. C. Barnes .17 IW'i of NE'. ________-__________24 6 21 .cB Wm. Edwards _____ 4.n 1 lot 52'. ft by 105 ft in NE eor of
Lots 19 20 29 and 30 in Woodlawn ____16Lot 5 22 40 10 Florence G. Hayes-------- "_.14 WLi of NW1 ___-____________29 6 21 40 A. L. Wynn Est ____ 4.nAll lot lying; 2l0 ft S of Madison St, and .
59 in Woodlawn __________16 5 22 -- 3.14 except E"'J of NEIi ____________ 1 6 22 660 l'tlrs. 111. E. Edwards_ 57.86 bounded N by Edwards E by Sanders
S. G Potter
LoU 10 and 23 in Woodlawn J______16 5 22 20 -------- 3.29 SEt of NE'4 and WI,: of NE4 and street in Starke _____.____________-28Beg 6 22 Mrs. R. S Fernandez: 1.69
LoU 42 and 65 in Woodlawn _________1SU 5 22 20 Unknown ----------- EI" of NWIi and NWi of NWi? at a point 200 ft W of NW cor .- ,
.
of loU 22 23 and .111015 26 and 27 G. Johns ______ 9.2i and SE's of SW. and Nwi! ef S of Madison and Broadway sU and run st
in Woodlawn ___________18 5 22 30 C. -- 1.11. EL4 _______________________________ 2 6 22: 320 Mt'II. M. F. Edwards_ 319WI 3 W 148 ft to Orange street N 110 ft i
Lot 29 in Woodlawn _.____________18 5 22 10 Mary A. Hollis ------ of SWti of NVLi and NW .ofSW4 BIOOUft.N100ft.E99ft.S210 t t

Lot 3 in Woodlawn ______________18 5 22 10 W. S. Taroox -_--- 1.8i 1.1. ? ______________----6-- : 22 60 Starke Lumber Co.__ 083 ft to point of beg in Starke ____n________________ J. W. Eddr.4.. .,- 21.61
El, of lot 67 in Woodlawn _____:20 Ii 22 5 Unknown ---_----:--- U7 NW!, oi p1I4 of SWII ____________ 2 6 22 10 Rev. S. F. Wolfe ---- 2.141E14 1 lot in Starke bounded N by Jackson .
EU; of lot 55 and W', of lot 40 ______19 5 22 10 T. B. Hamby -- or NE'4 and S'2 of NE's and street W by lot of W. M. Hollings- :

Nit of NEU of SEU and E% of SV4 SE'" of N\\1. and NW\j\ of NWLi worth and S by Mrs. Moore and E by
__________ 916
of NEU of SEt,; ___________21t 5 22 35 C. R Sapp 2.14 sad E'. "If SW's _______________ 3 6' 22 280 Starke Lumber Co.__ 34.65 L. H Austin known as "Georgie La '

A in NE eor of NEU of SWU ____22 5 22 2 F. M. Bradley --_--__--_ 8.86 of SWLi and Ski of SE4 of S ker lot" __________________________28 6 22 Unknown ...*.._.. 3.34
\\,11
WU of WU of SWU of SEU _____.22 5 22 10 G. W. Carter .., ____________________________ 3 6 22 110 1111'1I. M. E. Edwards-_ 1185W4 1 lot in Starke bounded N by Jackson
NEU of SWU except 2 A in NE cor _-22 Ii 22 38 J. S. Mathis -------- 15.66 of SE's ______________________ 3 6 22 40 Unknown --- 6.60 street W by Sanderson lane S by A. i -
N'j of blk 5 in Lawtey ___________________.________ Chas Dinkins ------ 10.53 NI.. of NEL4 and N LySWt4 of NW'4 and O. Andrea and Jefferson street. E

1 lot 27 ft N and S by 100 feet E and SWof- .nd SEL4 ________ 4 6 22 360 )11'1I. M. E. Edwards... 3..03SEI" by blk 31_. ______________________28 6 22 S, B. Denmark __ 18.15
W. bounded E by State Street. N by of NEi! ___________________ 4 6 22 40 Starke Lumber Co.__ 1.48 ,

W. E. Torode and S by Mrs. 1'r \\, of of _______________ 5 6 22 20 Silas Lupton _______ ...470' __ (Continued on Page 8.)
Edward in Lawtey ..___-_________________ Mrs. M. S. Brown ____ 8.07 !, SEi SELi ,- .. i

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i' : PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRW.\r. Jt". E *, 19,7.



r j- -DESCRIPTION OF LAND Sea Twp. Bee. Acre Owner Taxes & DESCRIPTION OF LAND See:. Twp. Rie. Acre Owner Taxes & .a

8. E. Cost S. E. Costs.

Com 367'-j; ft E of NE cor of Broadway SE'i- of NW 14 _n_____________n__._ 4 7' 22 40 S. S. Chandler! ______ 1H.10 (
and Hoyt streets on N side of 5 A in SE roe of SE,. of NW>, exceptI Curiosity Killed
Hoyt street and run N 105 ft. E 52'ift. ; A in NE cor 5 i 2.! 4ndrew Jackson ____ 4.11 I
S 105 ft to Hoyt trwt. W 52!., W'. of E'.. of SW', of SE',. less S
ft to point of belt in Starke _______28 6 :22: Unknown __________ 831 2A ..: :S I i 22 6 James Johnson ___.__ 4.33 j jE
Com at NW cor of Madison %nd Myrtle s .\ in SE cor of NE', of NW'4. being jI
P and run W on Madison 616*, ft E and W by 56' ft I
street street 210 ft. N 331. E 210 ft to "! 22t 0;; ______________h_______ 5 'j 22 6 .sie Green ______ 4.41 I the Cat but
Myrtle street and S along said street NE',, or SWl\, and all NWi, of SII, i

334 ft to taint of beg --------______29 6 22 2 L. M. Little ________ 5.01 W of Ry, except 1''I A in NW cor--
Cum at SW cor of Madison rnd Myrtle :2';0 A and all SW', of SE', W of
street, run S on Myrtle street 105 ft, Ry and N of branch, and all E'- of
thence W 105 ft. S 105 tt, W 105 ft. SEU of SWU\ N of branch- 18 A..15 i 22 78 Dr. A. J. BOM -___ 35.25 I
N 210 ft to Madison street E on SE', of NE', and E2! of SW'\, of Saved theWorld
Madison street :210 ft to point of I SE'i and E'j of SEof, NE'i ___ 5 i is 80 Jas. Clark __u______ 34 7S
beg-Caskin's add to Starke. 3. A-29 6 22 1 L. M. Little ____--- 5.31 S 3 A of NW't of SElt! E of Ry ---___ 5 i 22 3 Joe Johnson Jr __u 2SEI. 74
1 lot of .and CIO yds N and S by 120' of NWU ________-____________ 6 i 2! 41| J. T. Reaves -_____ 5.5'
yds E and W in SE cor of SE'i of E': of SW, of NE'4 7 i 22 20 Dr. A. J. Boss _____ 3.29
SEU _________________ _________29 6:2 5 Mrs. A. E. Driugers 1.1' wi.. of NWU, of NE'i less 2 A on #
6 A more or low on N side of SE', Send and less Ry right of way ____ 8 i 22 16 Mi-> Johnson _..___ lO.'lo
of SEU of NE', bounded E by 1 land 1 A in NW cor of W'a? of NWU! of NEI ,
of H. Austin W by land of Rising W of Ry _.- 8 i 22 1 Boston McRae __h__ 1.32
and N by N line of S'i; of SE',4 of Beg 2 chns S of NW cor of NE', of -=

NEi:;! ______________________.2SWli'of 6 22 6 S. B. Denmark _____ 13-09 SW'!, and run S 3 chans. E 10 chansN
NE'i and W'i of SEI' ot 3 chns W 10 ehns to beg less W

NE" and NW!, of SEU\ --___+_--30El 6 22 1111) Hannah Brymer Eat 17.55 1 A2 A ---_--_--.---- 8 i 22 2 Mar Joiner _______. :!.H I 1'or
J. R.
!, of NEU! of SWU! _____--________32 6 22 20 Richard Albert ----- 8.116 SWI, of NWU! and 81.: of NWU of By HAMILTONFormer
1 lot of land US ft bq in SE cot of N SB', .-.- 8 7 22 1)1' James Clark -______- 12.15 ,
WU of SEE, ___--------------6 22 Green Hamilton\ ---- 244 S'-. of NEIL of SEU .1SE'U i ::2 20 L. M. Little ________ 90> Advertising Manager of Wanamaker's, Philadelphia TOn:
Com 70 yds W of SE cor of \\'k of of NEt _.-.10 i 22 40 Fred Rhoden h______ 17.21:
NW, of SE'i and run W 70 yd.-, SWU of NE'!, and SWU of SEU of roe
N 35 yds. E 70 yds. S 35 yds to pointOf NWU .-.11 7 22 all L.1. LKtle ______00 2J 271NW'I
_______32 6 22 Mary Ann Jackson _2.02 and SE' of and 1all
beg _________ ------ utP.. NW'i One
of the finest
little
Com at SW cor of SWU of NE'/ and W'of SW>, of NWU and NE'!, jokes we men hare in stork is about

run N 264 ft, E 330 ft. S 264 ft, W of SWU __________________________1N' 7 22 Kill Mrs. E. B. Dees _____ 10.9! the of and cats. jot
330 ft to point of belt ______________32 6 22 2 Lear Greggs -------- 4.41 -. of SEa! and NEU of NW', ____16 i 22 120 E. B. Dees __________ .12 curiosity women ftr
1 A in SW cor of Eof! NWU of SC of NEI, -.-.1* i 22 SO Mrs. E. B. Dees ____ ,."5 We smile indulgently at our wives and sisters all
SE' -----------------------------32 6 22 1 Laura Moore _______ 1.4C SE'i of SW', __________________.--__1* 22 40 Cornelius Young .__. 4.71 and mothers. tat
Lot 1 of blk I in Lincoln City _________________________ Mary Joiner -------- 1.84 SWU? of SE', _______________________17 i 22 40 Cornelius Young ____ 4.;1 We wag our finger at them and tell them in our t
Iota 1 and 2 of blk 3 in Lincoln 51-. A in SE', of SE'i com 314 ft Eof ponderoua

City ______________________________________________ Ch as. EllersonUnknown ------ 1.42 SW cor of said SEU of SEU and humor, "Look out, my dear, 'Curiosity killed the rat: al 1
And
Itstr
Lot 1236 and 7 of blk 4 in Lin run N661)ft.B346ft.S6b0ftW
coin City ___________________________________________ ______u___ 2.44 346 ft, to beg in Hampton -19 i 22 5 Mrs. Annie E. Young 29.70 we do not !seem to realize that if it weren't for curiosity ;
we
Lots 4 and 5 of blk 4 in Lincoln Lot 2 Hutson's add to Hampton ______If 7 22 Daniel Bellaney ______ 3.29 ia ch
CIty _________ t-1___,,_,?__,__._____*_________________ Lee Ouidy _____-___ o.44 Lot 3 Hutson's add to Hampton ___-_19 i 22 Harriet Walters _____ 3.29 this twentieth century, would still be living like pigs aad dying Vi
Iota 2 and 3 of block 6 in Lincoln N'-. of NE'i and SWU of NEU and
City ...-...--________-__________.-_----____________ Fannie Albert ______ 2.14 Si.-, of NE', of NWU less 2 A in S like flies. pe
lots 1 and 4 of block 6 in Lincoln E cor _____________________________20 i 22 131 Cornelius Young ____ 12.39 1
City _____________________________________________-_-____ Fannie Albert n____ 2.44 N'. of NWU except 12 A in SE cor -21W' 7 22 6XMO! Cornelius Young _____ 7.55 Here are some of the things curiosity has done : InII

Lota123456andTofblk9in :2 of SWU ____________________-25 7 22 Paul Bros. __________ 7.55 ,
Lincoln City ---------------------------------- .--- Unknown __u_______ 4.11 SW U of SW'i _____________________26 7 22 40 S. B. Woodard ______ 6.12 Archimedes prying up a stone with a stick was curious at
____________________________ Simon Hankerson ---- 1.42Iota pe
Lot 8 of blk 9 in Lincoln City NEt, of SW'i and N'2 of SE'S -26SEU i 22 120 Unknown, ___________ 14.73 .
4 5 and 8 of blk 10 in Lincoln of SE', _______________________-. 7 22 40' S. B. Woodaid ___ 6.12Wt. the ease with which he moved a great weight. He diet overed the ,
City "________-_-...__-.-_______-___-_______ Unknown ___________ 1.76 .. of SW, of NWli ___________27SWU 7 22 20 Walter Hooker __on___ 2.15 I I law of the lever which has made most of the C
Lots 5 and 8 of block 11 in Lincoln N of Ry -27 i 22 110 Paul Bros ________ 14.73 possible mechanical 5'11
I City _____-______-_____-__________________-_____ James Johnson ____. 1.76 Lots 4 and 13 sub division of SI-: of 00 wonders of the
Lots 13 4 5 7 and 8 of blk 13 in Lin- NE'i of NWl __________________-29 i 22 2 Ben Norwood ______ 3.59 present day. .
coin City _____u_____-__-_____________________ Unknown ----------- 2.81 LoU 345 and 6 of blk 31 and E'2 of Galileo curious about the rising of the sun and 'It.aI.
Lots 1234 and 7 of blk 14 in Lin- Blk 32 in Blanton's add to Hampton tht move-

' _____________ Unknown ----------- 2.44 __________________--_________30W' 7 22 P. B. Hunt ______00_ 3.89 ment of the stars discovered that the world was not flat lot
.City--------------------------------l of blk 11 in Hampton ___.-_3u 7 22 P. B. Hunt ________ 20.30 ,
-__-____-__ Unknown --------- 1 42 Lot'3 of W'2 of NWU ______________31 i 22 10 Luna Hall _________ 1.88 Xewton was curious about the apple that fell.VjtI: about J.fi
loOts 6 and 7 of block 15 in Lincoln E*, of E'... of SEt! __________________3- i 22 60' O. A. Dover ________ 6.12
City _________-__1N" ____________-____________u________ Unknown -------_- 142 NW1t of SE', and WU\ of E1-.. of S the cover of his mother's teakettle. Harvey about out blood. ( at

of NWi of NWU except 8 A on Et4 ______________________________32 i 22 60 J R. Dover ________ 6.42
Wend and !i A "vault lot"________33 6 22 12 Mrs. E. F. Johns ____ 7.47 NEU of NE', ______________________34 7 22 40 S. B. Woodard _____ 4.00 Pasteur about the elements of our blood. Hove about the tedious '
Com at NW cor of NW'i of NW-i NE', of SE'i except 18 A ____________34 7 22 22 Unknown ___________ 1.88 a'a:
and run E 525 tt. S 105 ft. W 525 BK at SE cor of NEU of SEt S.-c. stitching and mending of patient women. And so down A
ft. N 105 ft to beg ________________3:* 6 22 2 E. W. Drivers Est__ 11.13 34 and run N 210 yds. W 140 yds S "

Beg at a point 4 3.10 ehns S of NW 210 yds. E 140 yds to be)?-6 A ______34 7 22 64H E. J. McRae ________ 2.40 the endless list of famous names. ,
cor of SWU of NWU, and run S 10 NW, of NW, _____________________35 7 22 S. B. Woodard ______ 4.00
6-10 chna, E 10 degree, S to centerof SE', of SW'i E of Ry-25: A and 5 And yet we laugh at the curious mothers of such curious V,

Ry. thence N on said Ry 10 32-100 A in SW cor of SW, of SE'i _----35; 7 22 311 H. Brit tow _________ 9.26
chns. thence W 10 degrees N 10 6-10 EU of SW, of SE', and WU of men.

chna to beg __________________38 6 22 in Richard Albert _____ 1.01: SE', of SEl, --___________________ 2 8 22 40 H. M. Sythmore ____ 5.01 Iif IiI
S!.;. of SE'4 of SWl _______________33 6 22 20 Simon Hankerson ._ 9.44 SEU of NW'i! and WU! of -iWI. and Curiosity? Why a man ought to be ashamed to lag his

:3 A in SW cor of SVtl'i of NWU" W SW, ----__________________________ 3 8 22 292 N. P Cauthen _____ in
idle the
of Ry .________......__-_______-___S3 6 22 3 King Chandler ______ 4.11 NE', of NWU _____________.__u_____ 5 8 o*> 40 J). W. Moore _______ 26.56 3.85 finger at the most curiosity world. I
About 4 A in SW cor of NW% ofSWVi WU of NWi and NWU of SWU! and You who this
people are reading now are 1
E of Ry and W 9 A of Nft of __ paper simply curious.
EU SEll of SW ____00___- 5 8 22 140 Melrose Mfg Co 13.52
: of SWU of SW',4! except 1 A forchurch NEU of NEU ______________ 00 1
--------- 6 8 22 4') N. P. Cauthen ______ You who turn to advertising to find out
i ____ _________________-__33 6 22 12 Unknown ___________ 8.49 EU of NEU of NWU and EU of EUo'f 4.71Unknown women your where to go .

10 A com .' t ft N and W from "SE SW, ___________________-____I 8 8 22 60 ____.._____ 6.42 before you begin your shopping would probably spend many times
and N *
cor of SWV4 of NE'4 run NEU of NEU and S 1-3 of E'i of
ft. W 615 ft. S 705 ft. E 615 ft to SE', of NE'i and WU of SW, of more than had to if were not curious. t
point of beg _____________________33 6 22 10 R R. and Hettie M.Prevail NE', and NWl, and SWl of SWU money you you

loOts 123 and 4 of blk 6 in J. M. __________ 14.71 and WI" of SW, of SW\, __nn_19 8 22 320 Unknown ___________ 28.57 Don't waste a moment's thought on the banter of lD?n. Read 1
Johns' sub division of NEU of N NU of SEll _____________ __________12 8EU 22 80 ,
, E!; ____________________________33 6 22 4 B. R. Kelley _______ .67 of NWi and SWI, of--NWU and John P. Pratt _______ 9.52 your advertising, satisfy your curiosity, see the merohanjdise that 1C
j Com at NW cor of NEU of NE'4 and
EU of SWl, and SU of NWU! of
run E522ft.S109ft.W522ft.N SE'i and NU of SE', of SEll and appeals to you. Do not hesitate because the name of sOl!;e advertiser
1092 ft to beg ____-__________34 6 22 14 L. E. Lee __________ 11.13 S'... of NEU of SEll less 5 A in N
I I
t EU. of SWli ______________________34 6 22 80 C. B. Griffia Est __ 39.09 E cor -------------_______-__-___13 8 22 295 Brooklyn Land Co __ 26.85 is new. Let your curiosity have its fullest play.It .
,
riLl of NWU of SE'4! and SEVi of N All SW of
i NE'i N of R R-26 A
1 WH of SEU! ____________.._______34SWU 6 22 30 Jas. 0. Johnson ___ 15.87 and all SE, of NEU-40 A and 5 is time we laid this curiosity joke to rest.
4 of NWU of SEU ______________34 6 2! 10 Unknown ___________ 5 03 A in NE of of
cor SU NEU of S
in SE of of S Heaven help the son of the woman who isn't curious.
A NEU!
5 square cor EU _______13 8 22 70 _
------------------------- Unknown __________ i.02
Eli __________--________________34S'i 6 22 ;5 E. L. Williams ______ 3.75 NEt, of NEi, and 2 A in NE of
of SWIJ of SElf _____________34 6 22 20 S. A. Carter ________ 9.02 SE'i of NEU ___ _______ cor____ U & 22 42 Isaac (Copyrighted)
SWU of NWU and N's of SW, ____33SEU ; 6 22 120 C. C. Griffis ________ 48.46 -- -- -- Mitchell nh 5.01 --- - .'
8 A in SW
of of ______
cor SWl SEU 14 8
22 _
8 Unknown ______ _
of SWV4 ____________________35 6 22 40 Elias Moore -------- 18.72L. N'.. of NW, of NE' and and 00 116
SWU of SEU ____________________35 6 22 40 M. Little _______ 18.72 of __ WU_
NWU _
SEll ------- ____14 8 22 380 R. D. Clayton ____ 33.07
I SU of NEU and E'2 of NE',4 of N. SU of NWU of NE', ________________14 8 22 2') n
W!, _______________________________36 6 22 100 L M. LIttle ________ 43.59 and of ____ Anderson Mitchell ___ 1.88 i
SWj ___
NW'i! SEU 13 8 22 200
N. _
NWU of NWU __________________36 6 22 40 J. A Coleman ______ 17.21 NE', of NEU and EU of -SEll- -of NEts P. Cauthen _____ 17.43 I
______ 6 22 20 R. L. ________
WU of NEU of NWU __ ____ 36 Hickey 8.45
__
____ _
__ ___22 8 22
--------------- 60 D. W. Moore _____ 6.42
NWU of SWU _____________________36 6 22 40 Asa Hunter _______ 17.21 h
I I t SWU oriEI., and loti 1 2 3 and 4 __22 fNEU 2:. 233; Melrose Mfg Co h__ 20.30
W' of of and of
; NEU NE14 NW14 of and
NEU of of N
NE', ___________ ______. _______12 i 19 60 Mrs. Mary C. 'Pinhol- EU NWU\ iI
h
-- E' ___
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____________ 6.72 -------------- -- 23: 8 22 60 W. A. King ________ 7.84
sler NW, of NWl _______________
SEU of NEU ________________________13 i 19 40 M. P. Matheny ______ 4.71 SW of ----- --23 8 22 40 R D. Clayton ______ 4.71
NEU less 10 A in NE
WU of SWU ___n___________________ 4 7 20 80 E. B. Andrea ______ 9.00 of cor and
EU NW'1 and of
EU'of SW' and SWU of SE'4 ______ 4 7 20 120 Unknown ___________ 10 66; and NE'4 SW'i ESPECIAILLY
SE'i of less
10 A in
1 Ey of SE'4 ___________'-__--______ 5 1 20 80 E. B. Andreu _______ 9.00 SW'i SE
cor ---------------_________--______24 8NU 22 10 Brooklyn Land Co __ 16.66 ADAPTEDFOR
S'-a; of S'i; of lot 9 and Stof lot 10 of SEll of NW __ __ i i S BI
of NWl __ 25 8
less N 12 A ________ ____________ 7SU 7 20 48 J. M. Shaw Jr. ____ 7.06 22 5 Chas. Scott ____n__ 1.22 I
u
of SE' _____
NW'i __ ____ _
26 8 22 YOUR STATE
of lot 4 _____________________u___ 7 'j 20 40 L. T. Shaw _________ 4.24 Lots 5 __-_-_-_-_--____ 40 Unknown ___________ 4.24
and 6 ______________ 1 9 22
M Melrose Mfg Co ______ 6.76
W'1of, Nli of lot 4 _______________ 7 1 20 20 Unknown ___________ 2.9 N 26 _
2-3 A of of _______
Nit of lot 6 and SU{ of lot 11 except 2 SE'i NEI& 17 6 IS 27 W. C. Allen ________ 2.97 I

; A in SE eor ______________________ 7 7 20 78 Unknown ___________ 7.85 B. M. DOWLING. Tax Collector. I

2 A in SE ear of lot 11 _____________ 7WU. 7 20 2 Mrs. Annie Simmons 1.02 __ __ __. __ FREE I
, ;. of NWV4 _______________________ 8 1 20 80 J. S. Forsyth ______ 10 68 --- - u
t Com 310 ft W of E line of SWU of TOWN TAX NOTICE.

i ; SWV4 on N line of Ry right of way Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at Public Auction on
and run N to N line of S'i; of SW'4 the First Monday in July 1917. it being the 2nd day of said month, at Starke in the County of
thence W 350 ft. thence S to Ry. }5k!:
right of way thence E on said rightof Bradford State of Florida or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for ; OUR INSTRUCTIVE
taxes herein set opposite the with
same together the cost of such sale and advertising. I
way to point of beg-4'j A and CATALOGUE I I Ial
AKD
Nl.j of SW% of SWU less E 3 A 8 'j 21) 22 Unknown .-_________ 12.13 DESCRIPTION OF LAND Sea Twp. Rfe. Acre Owner II
Lot 4 of blk 1 in Ward City __________ 8 7 20 Sam R. Ward ________ .74 S. E. Tax & WEEKLYPRICE *t
Lou 1 and 2 of blk 11 in Ward City __ 8 1 20 Sam R. Ward ________ 1.02 Costs.
Lot 11 of blk 11 in Ward City _______ 8 7 20 M. P. Matheny ____ .74 Lot 3 of blk 42. Livingston. Truby 81 al
!' Lots 2 3 4 and 6 of blk 13 in W-:: Co's sub division -______'n h___n-__-__-_____________ Julius Butler ____ __S 1.80 LIST Jo
City _______________________________ 8 7 20 M. P. Matheny __.__ 1.88 Blk 1. Alvarez's add _--___--__--__--___________________ E. T. Campbell ___u___ 37.20
Lot 10 of blk 13 in Ward City ________ 8 7 20 Sam R. Ward ___ .74' Blk 9. Temples add --.-----_____--_____--_________--__--_ usa Eunice E. Cano- SEND FOR
Lot 6 of blk 14 in Ward City _________ 8 7 20 Sam R. Ward _____ 74 All blk 6. Livingston Truby & Co' va :__-____ _____ 48.00 Don't::!; Just Any Roofing
Lots 8 and 9 of blk IS in Ward City __ 8 i 20 M. P. Matheny ____ 6.12 sub dixUion --_____--__.__--_____________________________ Rose Cox _______ __ 3.3S THEM TODAY
t Lot 10 of blk 16 in Ward City ______ 8 7 20 H. R. Brown _______ 3.29 1 lot 105 ft square in SW cor of SWU h -Get the Kind that ;is Made

Lots 11 and 12 of blk 16 in Ward City_ 8 7 20 L. .\. Brown ________ 3.29 of SWli --------_________________-28! 6 :!2 E. W. Driggers ____ 1.80
LoU 1 2 11 and 12 of blk 19 in Ward 5 A in SE tor of SE1, of SEI, ___.__-29 6 22 Mrs. A. E. Driggers.. 8.85 net on the "How Fast" but on

City----------------------- 8 'j 20 Unknown __________ 9.25 Lots 2 3 and 4 of blk 23. Temple's EA: 'IN S 0; the "Hew Good" Principb

Com 283 yds W of SE eor of SEU of add u_ .----______ ____--______--_____________--_____ T. R. L. Daughtry _. 2.64
l SWU and run W 37 yds. N 80 yds All blk 36 Livingston Truby &: Co'

to S boundary of Ward City, thenceE sub division -------_____________________.___________-_ R. M Ellerson ______ 11.25 JACKSONVILLE LAeEXAMINATION Then: you will never get a poor
along said boundary 37 yds. thence Lots 3 and 4 of blk 33 Livingston Tru roofing: v.hrn you reed a goodone.

: S 80 yds to beg ___________________ 8 7 20 J. A. Abbott ________ 8.75 by & Co's sub division __________. .noo________________ It. M. Eilerson ______ 9.13
Com 560 ft E of SW eor of SEU of S22ftof lot 4andN 10 ft of lot DATES FOR The rcadytolJytJrnHsET

SWU and run E 100 ft. N 210 tt. 6 of blk 20 in Starke --______________________________--__ Mrs. D. L. Francis_ 27.00 TEACHERS COME OX JUNE 12
I W 100 ft. S 2.10 ft to point of beg.. 8 1 20 M P. Matheny _____ 3.80 1 lot com at NE cor of blk "C" Jones t
5 A in NE eor of SE'4 of NEI, __n_ 9 7 20 5 Mrs. A. T. Warren.. 1.87 add. and running N 110 ft. W 210 Under

NE'i of SEVi ___________________-14 1 20 40 Unknown ..____...__ 4.71 ft. S 110 ft. E 210 ft to beg ______----____--._____________ Mrs. D. L. Francis 48.30 the new legislation, which has
SWU of SW'4 ------______________15 1 20 40 H. P. Gainey _______ 4.71 Lots 5 6 7 and 8 of blk 10 in Starke ____-_.________________ Mrs. A. Floreus ____-_ 25.65 just been enacted by the state legisla PAROIDROOFING
E 8 A of SE1, of SE j. except N 12 1 lot 52U ft N and S by 105 ft E ture change in the
A -------------___________________16 'i 20 8 H. P. Gainey ____u__ 2.17 and W,bounded N by land of Wm. a date of the teachers' -
Beg at a point 125 2.3 ft W of NE Edwards, E by Bay street S by land examinations has been made.These

roe of NWU of Sec. 17 and run W of Mrs. J. S. Wynn -___________________--____________ Mrs. Eva Fernandez. 2 40 examinations have always been heldon
on See. line 733 ft. S '- mile to S 1 acre in SW cor of NWVi of SE'i and
line of NWU. E 733 ft.'-N to beg 1 A in NW cor of SW'4 of SE', ____28 6 22 2 Mrs. Eva Fernandez. 42 the first Tuesday after the first .ii 1 njj; on the roof became: it ii long

44 40-100 A .___--_________________17 7 20 44 J. A. Abbott ________ 7 32 '-.. A bounded S by South street. W by 75 Monday in June. Under the new law 1:1 the inaLiar..
I 10AWofRyinN'.oflotlandall land of S. A. Bryan S by land of It's tie to mike
NU of loU 2 and 3 ______._________18! ';' 20 90 Mrs. Annie Simmons they will be held on the first Tuesday onlyv-y sorely
3.59 Mrs. Miller __ _.. ___________ ____ _________ __ R. roofirf absolutely! rrliable and lOO"
-- n ------ S. Fernandez__
7.35 after
E 14 A of NEli of NEi, _____-_____ 1 i 20 14 H. P. Gainey ________ 1.87 Lot 2 of blk -- -- the second Monday in June. This
W 8 A of NWl, of NW', _._________22 7 20 8 H. P. ________ 42. Livingston Truby weather-: anj waterproof.
SE'i of SE'i _______.___-___._______22 7 20 40 John P.Gainey PadKCtt ____ 1.16 4Co's sub division __h ___._____________________________ Julia Goodwin _______ 1.80 will cause the examinations to be held
N 35 A of SE'4 of SE 4 ___--_--_____21. 7 20 35; Mitchell Hill ________ 4.99 3.58 Lot 3 of blk 16 in Starke __________________________________ Mrs. Jennie Maude Tuesday, June 12, this year. QUIGLEY LUMBER &
I Lou A andJ sub division of lot 1 Hoffman .________. 13.35 Those who desire SUPPLY nnll'ST.IK .\\Y
Lots A and B sub division; of lot 2 Com 85 ft N of NE cor of Call and to take the exam-

and lots A B sub division of lot 3 Broadway streets and running N 90 ination please take notice.E. E.NOTICE FLORIDA.
and lots A B ft. E105 ft. S90ft.IV 105ftto
sub division of lot 4
R.
beginning .____ _____________.........._______. POPPELL,
7 of blk 14 in Sampron City __h______ 4 'j 21 R L. Farrell ______ 4.49 Lots -------- -- Mrs. M. V. Hazel u_ 7.65;
LoU 3 and 8 sub division of lot 6 of 1 and 2 of blk 4S. Livingston uDerin endent.

blk 17 in Sampson City ____________ 4 7 21 J. C. Murphy _______ 2.17 Truby & Co's sub division _nn_______________________ Raymond Jackson ____ 7.05
Sub division A. Band C of lot 19 oft All Blk 11 as extended on Ensey's map

blk 6 and sub division A. B. C. D. of Starke -----__--____--__---__________________ _____ R. S. Johns ___n___ 58.50 f
I Ip Lots 4 6 9 and 11 of blk "B" in Ris.inlC'l
a E and K of lot 1 of blk 19. and subdivision
I : A. B. C. D. E and K of lot add -----___--_____________________-______________ Mrs. Teresa. Levton.! 4.95
E'" of blk 27, Livingston Truby & Co'
3 of bit. 10 and sub division A. I\.
of lot 2. and sub division A and B of sub division -- --_----_____--__-____----_-_________-_____ -'Irs. J. P. Lindsey __ 15.45
lot 4 of blk 19 in Sampson City ____ 4 i 21 Wiley Roberson _____ ';'.92 LoU 1 and 4 of bik 31 in Livingston.
Sub division A B CD.; and K of lot Truby & Co's sub division ------_____________________--_ Phyllis Mack _______ 7.05
1 blk 5 in Sampson City ---4 i 21 R. L. Farrell ____ 1.32 Lots 1 and 2 of blk 47 in Livingston. 1 .

NWI, of NEST huon .-_--______-- 6 7 21 40 Unknown _________on 4.71 Truby & Co's sub division __--____ _____ ____'-_________ Fannie McCall ______ 7.05 All
00
NEI, _________hh_-__ __ ____00"} i 21 160 E. E. Hinckle ___00_ UII6 W':: of lots 1 and 2 and all lots 3 and members of the Christian Church of Bradford
NWi of SE'', and W-- of NE'i of 4 of blk 17 and W'2 of lots 1 and 2

SE i and S'-. of SW, of NEt, -___12NW : 7 21 80 C. A. Rowand ___h_ 8.31 and all lots 3 and 4 of blk 18 in Livingston County are urged to attend a

>, of NW, and E'* ,.' SWN'3 -, -. ..Iii i 21 120: Unknown unn___ 10.65 Truby & Co's sub division___________________ D. P. Pullum ___on 22.35 .'.,
of SE', of NE'i cud SE'. of Lots 1 and 2 of blk 7 and lots 1 and

NW' of lEI; ___ --- --_______--1NE'4 7 21 30 Unknown _____...___ 4.1" 2 of blk 8 in Livingston. Truby & GET ft*
I of SEri _____--_ ____________17 7 21 40 E H. Jones ____u_ 3.83 Co's sub division ______--_?_______________---.........__ L. Peterson _________ 3.15 TOGETHER DAYat
Siof SW't of SW, __ ______ _17 i 21 20 Unknown __nn___ 2.15 Lots 1 and 2 of blk 33 and lots 1 and
SEI, of NWl and SW* of SE'4 2 of blk 34 in Livingston Truby & .

and Et" of SE', _-_--_--_-----1: i 21 110 E. Abernathy n__ 14.30 Co's sub division ----_________--____"____-----_--______ Hannah Parker ______ 7.35 STARKE on the Fourth Sunday in June. All will .
N'" of NE', and SE', of NE', andNW Lots 2 5 and 7 and part of lou 6 and

of SW'and SE', of SW 8 of blk 18 in Starke ----__________________------________ Jennie Lou and Harry meet at the First Christian Church at Bible School
I* ____:21 i '21 200 E. D. Abernathy h__'18.06 Lots 1 and 2 of blk 45 and lots 2 and Rivers _______u_ 43.05
SB, "oTsWJ"and"W2 oY"sE', and 3 of blk 46 in Livingston Truby &. and will leave for the Lake at 11 Dinner will

NEt of SE'i -_____hnn_________:!:! 7 21 160 E. D. Abernathy ____ 11.36 Co's sub division ---_..___________________--_____ Geo. Scott l Col ____ SIS a. m.
W4 of SEV4 of SWij __--____________21S i 21 20 J. W. Watterson __00 6.12 Com at NE cor of W'3 of NW''t of be served on the ::nds. All
>- of NWli and W- of NW, ofSEU NE1, of NE1! and running W 200 gr are urged to bring

__________________________-' 'j 21 100 E. D Abernathy _u_ 9.25 ft to a point of beg thence S 245 full baskets and do
E% of EU of SE', -----------------2$ 'j 21 60 E. D. Abernathy ____ 10.79 ft. W109ft.N215ft.E105ftto we not want to be selfish, but

N\ t, of SE'4 ___._______________--__-* 7 21 40 E. D. Abernathy ____ 8.95 beginning ----_________._________- 6 22 Geneva Towns _______ 5.85 all Christians
!c NE, of NEU less 16 A on W side of 1 lot 52'2 ft E and W by 105 ft N citizens and strangers are invited.
e NWll of NEi, and N1of NW'4 ____33 'j 21 129 E. D. Abernathy ____ 10.65 and S off E end of Mrs. Hemingway
W 13 A of NU of NEU of SW?.. except lot. bounded E by land of !Mrs. N. JGreen Communion will be served at Lake at 12 m. The

5 A in NW cor ______0000____ 2 7 :2 8 Willie H. Sapp _____ 4.13 S by Hoyt street ----------___________.______.___ Unknown ______
WU of SW4 -_.____________________ :! ';' 2t 80 M. M. Griffis ________ 34.15 6 acres in NE1 of SEll of SE'i I less n.n 6.60 Pastor, Rev. W. F. LaRowe will 11:30 Io,7.4"
: SEts of SWU ______________nu____ 2 7 22 40 Unknown ___________ 1731 *, acre in NE cor. bounded E by preach at a.
NE'4 of NWU _____________00_____ 3 7 22 40 S. A. Carter ________ 18.72: Sec. line. S by Ry. W by Blotch place m. Do not miss the chance
SEU .f NEU ________________________ S 7 22 40 J. C. Gainey ______u 17.31 in Everley's add --_________.______29' 6 22 J. A. Wainright ____ I to meet all your old
f NEt. of NEU ________________________ 3 7 22 40 W. W. Coleman _____ 17.31 SILAS KITE. Marshal and Collector 11.85 friends. All welcome. p
SEU of NEU and NWi of SE 4 ____ 4 7 22 80 Mrs. Carrie A., Mill 29.01 I are
SWU of NEU _______________________ 4 7 22 40 B. C Willis ________ 19.77 -----
2 A in NW cor of NE' of NW'4 ____ 4 'j 22 2 Simon Hankerson ___ 2.i.
S\--; of Nl, of NEU of NWU of NWU5U Optimistic Thought. Optimistic ThoughtIt COME COME
... -: ; A ______n___-___.-___-_-___ 4 7 o! 3 Unknown _nh.__ 3.39 He is al .)ve hit enemies thattheir cots COME
dacplds irorp to ,
Wtj'of SWU of SWU except 1 A in revenge injuries

NE cor _________________________ 4 'i 22 19 Francia Clark ______ 10.10\ Illjurh than it d'K's: to hear them.

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"'I back---_ I so charminz.." .lane Huns back over her gan "I've pot so tired having all you .Master's Sale. ;
to Login profuse apologies; to his doors-oh Waterport.treet.! A small shoulder ami she rai
guest. Woodhuuie was coolly lightinga cart drew up. l"IOll its spat jumped the la'kl'ts. The other women pushed had to make arrangements to ship you and by virtue of that certain final decree

tiisithe cigarette. Their eyes mot a young woman H a lusttr and witha forward with sulnluod coos. on the Saxonia In self defense. Saxo- of foreclosure made !by the J'idf

heavy automobile swathed under The sergeant plunged his hand under nia's due here from Naples Thursday, of the 8th Judicial Circuit of I'lorife. I

CHAPTER VIII. her chin. To the Aruli i>orter who a mass of colored fluffiness, gropedfor day after tomorrow; sails for New in Chancery sitting, in the Circuw

Chaff of War. had bounded out to the stn-ct she gave a minute and brought; forth a long;: York at dawn Friday morning. Lady Court for Bradford County, Flotiifo! rji

1' Lines IXX'EIJ that evening' In the fad directions for the removal from the roll of heavy paper. With a fierce Crandall here-and a Lt'ttermertcan the 25th day of May, A D. 1917 [

ed dining room of the Hotel cart of her baggage two heavy suit mien he began to unroll the bundle. never came out of the middle west- favor of J. W. Andrews & Son, as corl-,

Spleudide was in the way of I cases and two ponderous osier bas "And these?" has agreed to go bond for your pas- plainants and against E. D. Chand! ret

; being a doleful affair for the kets. These latter she was particularly "Plans" IIi1Je rand's buyer answered. sage money. All your letters of credit i al, as defendants.

1 By EARL ERR DIGGERS folk from Kewatu-e, aside from Captain tender of. following them Into the and checks will be cashed by treasury The undersigned, as Special )13*t'r,

AND WooJhouse. the only persons' at hotel's reception) room and directing "Plans of what The agents before you leave the dock at will offer for sale in front of the t-o*A

::i WELLS RITCHIE table tbc're."ouJI1lu.>e. true to the where they should be put before the glared. sergeant New York, and you can settle with the house in Starke, Florida, during the l-|
ROBERT continental tradition of exclusiveness, desk. there. gal hours of sale onlond3), the 2l
'V1 steamship people right
; Dobbs- had Isolated, "Of gowns, silly! Here, you're lookIng of A. D. 1917 the
1915. by the rer- himself ainst possible Thenewcomer day July, t> hight Jt
roorrlght. wa* Jane Gerson, "No, no; don't thank me. There'sthe
rill Co. I I approach{ by sitting at the table farthest Hildebrand's buyer, at the end of a at that' one upside down! This person responsible for your getting and best bidder for cash, the foIo\vijij!
from the wayo\\ Isn't that a perfect dear described situated in
Shermans. :
J! 1'in.fc-
Ills back property,
1 motor
flight from Paris. In the French home. The consul waved toward thegovernor's
presented of an afternoon gown? See that love- ford Florida TV \\
denial County to--.vit ;
FSYNOPSIS uncompromising of capital she had managed after considerable lady, who brushed rosily un- :
fraternity. As for llrs. Sherman, the ly basque effect? Everything's moyen 1-4 of the NE 1-4 of Sec. 4 twp. 7, $.
difficulty to have an interview der the tumultuous blessings showered
Iart p \'lous to the outbreak of the Eufljurar afternoons visit to the bazaars had age this season you know." of Range 22 E. Except ten acnVm
,:. Jans Gcibon buyer for a New with the American ambassador and with on her. Reynolds ducked out the doorto
''- Caanoodhouss been anything but a solace emphasizing Jane a shrewd sidelong glanceat the NE corner lying and being in a
a his wife.
, .J khOUi* meets The latter was completelywon save his face. The Shermans made
for Paris lie tells her he te ell as it did, their grievous poverty the flustered sergeant, rattled on square and also two acre in the NAV
"t train by Jane's story of her anxiety to their good nights and, with Kimball,
: 1(.: Joule for Esjpt. in the midst of a plenty contemptuousof get herself and her gowns quickly bringing gown after gown from the started toward the stairs. corner lying and being one acre d"pXorth ;
; a mere letter of credit. J. baskets and displaying them to the
Henry and South and two
long
mi-els Dilly Capper. acresEast
an- "
a spy back Xew
to York. It before
LCUIM. was the am- "Thursday night you gall
T" in i-urlin. She promises him a was wallowing In the lowest depthsof chorus of smothered screams of delight and West. ..
SS '- toy number with the WilhelraLtfisge. ) bassador's wife who suggested her go. from the Lady Crandall called to them, "you all
nd a. nostalgia. lIe tortured himself with feminine part of her E. M. JOHNS, :
r I: Then V.'ooJhouse! meets Louisa the reflection that this was lodge nightin ing to Gibraltar and who arranged the audience. One she draped coquettishly have an engagement, a regular American A. V. LONG Martir.
i Ilbi observed by tome American tour. necessary details of the trip for her. dinner with me at the government Special
," Sliennan and family. Kewanee and he would not be sit- from her shoulders and did an exaggerated Solicitor for Complainant.: '
IIIL henrY Cool capable, self reliant as on the house. flemember""If !
ting In his chair. Miss Kitty contemplated step before the smoky mir 6-1-5t.
Woodhouse (the name Is assumed is in night she saw the bastions of the cap you have hash-plain hash-and
the
with melancholy the to note
Wllh Louisa to !"personate the distress of ror over mantelpiece
an Eng- -
a plot her ital's outer'forts fade under the white don't call It a rag-owt we'll eat you
that effect SHERIFF'S
officer of name. who Is to be parents. SALE.
tnnaferred lidj! (toni Wady Haifa to takecliartt I A tall, slender youth with'tired eyes spikes of the searchlights, Jane strode "Isn't It too bad this soldier personIsn't out of house and home," Sherman Hereby notice is given that I. W. J $,.
of the signal tower at Gibraltar. I up to the desk to face the smlllnfAimer. shouted as addendum to the others' person. Sheriff of Bradford County S'aUjof
and
by agreement purloins Capper' affecting the blase slouch of the married, so he could appreciatethese Florida under and by virtue of that certain
Woodliouse. boulevards thanks. execution issued out of and under the of
Seat
Wfllielmstrabse: number. appeared In the door and beauties? She flicked a mischievous
cast about for a choice of tables. Him "Is this a fortress or a hotel?" the "And you, my dear"-Lady Crandall the circuit court of Bradford County Site
his "Of course hecan't of ,,
proceeds to Alexandria and eye way. florida. against J. B. Rhodtn. an.In ( -
Woodhouse seeks Dr. Koch. a German Mr. Sherman impaled with a glanceof challenged."A be married or he'd recognize the beamed upon Jane-"you're coming vor of James Hayes and dated the :L'fith bay
la Ramleh spy. disapproval which hotel lady, a hotel" Almer pnrrVL right home with me to wait for theSnonla's of May A. D. 1917. will onVr for sale *nJ
him the number. suddenly changed of Clean hands there.
.ho.11 Capper plan a gown.
H. appears sell to the highest and best bi Ider f-r cast. at
and makes trouble. to wondering recognition. He dropped "A nice room-yet. Will tb. Mr. Sergeant if you're going to touch sailing. Oh, no; don't be too the court house door in the town "f St >ke.

'Woodbouie ai.v- Kech's suspicions. his fork and jumped to his feet lady be with us long?' any of these Uream-i! Here, let me! ready with your thanks. This is pure Bradford county. Florida, on Monday, the end

Capper secretes himself in a neighboring "Bless me, mother, If it isn't Wlllj "Heaven forbid! The lady is goingto Sow look at that uiiuetaire bleeve, selfishness on my part. I want you to day legal of sales July.day A.of D.said 1917.court the, during sam? the Ivipf I.ltal a i

garden and spies on Dr. Koch. Kimball from old Kewanee Sherman be on the first ship leaving for New the effect of the war-military, you help plan my fall\) clothes. There, the hours of sale the following scribrd rea; estate j

Capper Mes the real Woodhouse borne waved his napkin at the young York. And if there are no ships I'll know." secret's out. But with all those beauti- situate being and lyirg in Brad;<>rd 11
County. State of Florida. to-wit
:
got follows unconscious the pseudo from Dr Woodhouse Koch's to house GIbraltar stan, summoning him in the name of look over the stock of coal barges you The sergeant; was thoroughly; angry ful gowns surely Ilildebrand will not I. Beginning at northwest corner of SVtrl'; of j
gaj Kewanee to have in harbor." She seized a if leave the of SWof See. 2$, thence East 4>4 ttt. .
The latter stops overnight with come and meet the home your by this time and lie forced the situation object you pattern one run
Hotel folks. The tired and dashed her signature on the of them in out of the little South 418 foiLVet 4S4 fn-t. north 4tg f.tto
jowpa Aimer proprietor of the eyes Ushted perceptibly pen sllhlpnl.1I11r. truzitly. "Illll'r his an way point of beginning and lying in Setjnm
Splendid and a German spy. Louisa Is and a lukewarm smile played about register. The Shermans had prickedup tlJlgl'l'/I a iXicite: girdle truckled MH place like this. Come on now; I'll not :29! Township 6 South. Range -2 Fj
t,: at'Gibraltar in disguise. llr. Kimball's effeminate mouth as he their ears at the newcomer's first rklousl take no for an answer. We'll pack up \v. j. IPPERSOX.: j
Sheriff. Bradford County FI*
Henry Sherman and Suddenly family Jane are stopping Gerson stepped up to the table. words. Now Henry J. pressed forward I "IIt'rl'- 'I'lIr knife! Kip: ( this open! all these beauties and have you off InDO D. E. KNIGHT. t
at the Splendlde. "Why, Mrs. Sherman-and welcome. I time." Complainant's Solicitor. 6. ,5t.
Kitty his face glowing
appears having with difficulty left Paris. There are papers of some ort hidden 1
jUl await.. a boat And you, Mr. Sht'rman-charmed!" lie "An American, a simon pure citizenof here." He Mailed tu [I'a-s' the gown Jane's thanks were Ignored by the BILL FOR DIVORCE. : ,
-- accepted the proffered seat by the side the United States! I thought so.' who smoothed and
to one of hit soldiers. .!:IIIC dl"l.cI.IJal'kl capable packer In Circuit Court. Eighth Julicial Circu!* of I
, The proprietor fidgeted. lIe walked of Kitty: receiving their hearty halls Welcome to the little old Rock!" He : si cam.' straightened the confections of silk Florida. Bradford County. f

to the door and looked down the street with languid politeness. With the took both the girl's hands impulsively ", u. inThai's irinoline, stupid! and satin in the osier hampers. Lady ElTice Varnedoe vsWarren 'l

to the direction of the quays. He pulled Bareness of English restraint Mr. Willy and pumped them. Mrs. Sherman, No l'III'\'s"- She stret' lied forth her Crandall summoned the porter to lift Varnedoe. r

his watch from his pocket and compared Kimball refused to become excited. Kitty and Willy Kimball crowded arms iipjiea.iuuiy.' : The sergeant humped the precious freight to the back of her Bill for Div'rrt. :
Notice to Appear.
It with the blue face of the He was of the type of exotic Americans around, and the clatter of voices was his sliniiiders and put out his handto dogcart waiting outside. Aimer, pr"Year To Warren Varnedoe, Greeting: j f

Dutch clock on the wall. Ills pudgy who try to forget grandpa's corn instantaneous: "By auto from Paris! take the '>;ened clasp knife.A Warren Varnedoe.It I iI
hating been shown by aifiJaut hat the
hands clasped and unclasped themselves fed hogs and grandma's hand churned Goodness me" "Not a thing to eat plump doll faced woman who possessed I Defendant Warren Varnedoe U a non-rcsiti .!

behind his back nervously. An butter. His speech was of Itotten row for three days but rye bread!" "From an afterglow; of prettiness, anda :of the State of Florida and that the rteUlrbce

Arab hotel porter and runner at the and his clothes Piccadilly. Strnssburg to Luueville in a farmer's bustling '1Il.r\"OUIi manner, flounced !of said defendant is unknown, and that t;H-re /
is no person in the State of Florida, the err-
docks came swinging through the front "TerrIble business this' The youth wagon!" Each in a whirlwind of through the doors at this juncture and I vice of a subpoena upon whom wouM bind,the

door with a small steamer trunk on uttered his hands ft'ebly.11 this ejaculation tried to outdo the other's burst suddenly Into the midst of the I said defendant and that said defendant a i

his shoulders and \lmer started forward harrying about and peeping at pass- story of hardship and privation. group caught In' the imminence of dis { over the is therefore age of twenty-one ordered considered years.It and adjudged .)

expectantly. Behind the porter ports by every silly officer one meets. : The front doors opened again and aster. that the said Defendant. Warnn Varn i

came a tall well knit man dressed In I'm afraid I'll have to go over to the sergeant and guard who had earlier "What's this what's this?" She edoe Complaint do appear herein to on the or before Complainant'the 2nd Bill dar of of !

quiet traveling sultTthe Captain Wood- America until it's all over-on my way carried off Fritz, the barber, en caught sight of the filmy creation draped July. A. D. 1917. in default whereof a defive ,!
bouse who had fca'iled from Alexandria now, In fact" teredogain gun'butts thumped omi from the sergeant's arm. "Oh, the pro confesso will be entered Against the *aid j
It is further ordered that this notice be ;
as a passenger aboard the Princess "Afraid!" Sherman sniffed loudly nously. Jane looked over her shoulderat beauty!" This in a whisper of admi T'1 published in the Bradford County Telegraph '
the khaki coated men and confidedto ration. a newspaper published at Starke. in Bradiurd .
Mary. and appraised Mr. Kimball's tailoring "The last one made by G ert h." Jane rlunty.Iorida, once each week for e.gbt! consecutive ; .
the Shermans
He paused for an Instant as his eyes with a disapproving eye. "Well. Willy. : weeks. : ,
those of the proprI'tor.lllJer "I think that man's been following was quick to explain, noting the ser. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto I
met
it would! be too bad If you had to
hastened behind the lIesk.Woodhou.'Ie go me ever since I landed from the ferry." geant's confusion in the presence of set my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit I
bowed and ; back to Kewanee after your many Court on this the 21st day of April. A.
t stepped up to the register "1 have," answered the sergeant, the stranger, "and this officer Is goingto D. 1917. I
in Paris. Xo"lIultlu't it?
and scanned It casually."A years stepping briskly forward and saluting. rip.it open In a search for concealt'tlpal'l'1'S 1 W. T. WEEKS. I I
Kiniliall turned to the women for for (SEAL) Cierk. t \
the Hock. You He takes me a spy.
"You on
are a stranger
? Aimer held out t
sir aptn
room, B, R WEEKS
Invitingly. symJlII thy. "Reserved a compartment come here from""From Surprised blue eyes were turned from !Iii//// V'I 427St. Deputy Cierk. i"I'..

Woodhouse to come down from Paris. Beastly Paris by motor to the town Jane to the sergeant.' The latter _________________________ ____________ '
"For the night yes answered
treatment Held up at every city; across the bay then over here on the shamefacedly tried to slip the oll'UI NOTICE OF ELECTION. !
shortly and lie signed the reg; I k
followed the strokesof other people crowded in my apart ferry." the girl answered promptly knife Into his blouse, mumbling an ex I ( i \ t tp !4J4! Slrke, FUu. June 4. 1-J17. f i 10:
Almer's
, ister. eyes ment though I'd paid to have It alone bored him through."I By the power vested in thtm by the School I I
The blue
the pen eagerly. "What about it? cuse. eyes Laws of Florida the Board of 1'ublir Instruction I
? You of course; soldier chap comes along "Your name?" call that very stupid, sergeant," of Bradford County hereby order an election '
from captain
NAb Egypt
,
and seizes my valet and makes! him 'Jane Gerson. Yes, yes, it sounds reproved the angel of rescue Thento held in Bradford Special Tax SchtxJ Putrid .
were aboard the Princess Mary, then? No. 19. on the 7th day of Ju'y. A. D.
"From Alexandria yes. Show me Join the colors and all that sort"- German. 1 know. But that's not my Jane: 1917. for the election of three trustee! for ,
"Huh! Your father managed to wor fault. I'm an American-a redhot "Where are you taking all these won p$ two years and to determine the amount "f
my room please. Beastly tired. millage to be assessed. J. V. Edwards, T. B.
: The Arab porter darted forward, and ry along without val-luy, and he was American, too, for the last two weeks. derful gowns? Edwards and W. M. Ham. a p|*>inul as
Woodbouse turuln to follow him respected In Kewanee." This In disgust The sergeant's face was wooden. 'To New York. I'm buyer for Hil managers
was ;? E. I
from Henry J. "Where are you going?" debrand's and"- 6-8-4t. R. I'01'FEI.L.Secretary. ;

Kitty flashed a reproving glance at "To New York on the Saxonia Justas "But. Lady Crauuall. this young;: woman 4 .a....... !

her father and deftly turned the expatriate soon as I can. And the British has no passports-nothing," the silence-perhaps you will do me . . .

into a recounting of his ad- army can't stop me." sergeant Interposed. "My duty""Bother that favor." ',

I I ventures. Under her unaffected lead "Indeed!" The sergeant permitted your duty! Don't you knowa CHURCH DIRECTORY.
when it? Now turbed at the kidnaping of his guest. .
Gerth
11'ij the himself a fleeting smile. "From Paris gown you see .
\ youth, who shuddered inwardly at ----
the appellation of "Willy," thawed by motor eh? Your passports, please." go away! :'11 be responsible for this came from behind the desk. :I BAPTIST-Kev. W. G. Law, 4

fr considerably, and soon there was an "I haven't any," Jane retorted, with young woman from now on. Tell your "You will go to your room now? he pastor. Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. <$>

\ animated of reminiscencesof a shade of defiance. "They were taken commanding officer Lady Crandall has queried anxiously. Sunday morning service, 11:00. '

swapping from me in Spain just over the French I taken your duty out of your hands." "Not going to take It," Jane answer o'clock; Sunday evening service, the great terror-hours on end be- border, and were not returned." She finished with a quiet' assurance ed. "Have an' Invitation from Lady 7:00; B. Y. P. U., Sunday evening &

tore the banks and express offices The sergeant raised his eyebrows in and turned to gloat once more over the Crandall to visit the statehouse. or 6:45; Wednesday evening '

dodging of police impositions scram- surprise not unmixed with irony. He gowns. The sergeant led his command whatever you call It" prayer service, 7 o'clock. Everybody 4'
bling for steamer accommodationsallthat invited attend. *
pointed to the two big osler baskets, away with! evident relief. "But. pardon me. the room-it was cordially to

went to compose the refugee demanding to know what they con Lady Crandall turned to Include all rented and I fear one night's; lodgingis 4'

III' Americans' great epic of August 1914. tained. the refugees In a general Introduction due. Twenty shillings.: 4'4' CHRISTIAN. F. Lalo *>
Services Starke <
pastor. at tv- ?
Sherman took pride in his superior of herself. Jane elevated her eyebrows but
"Out flol" "Gowns-the last gowns made In 4' ery fourth Sunday. Other up- you adventuresFive times arrested between "1 am Lady Crandall, the wife of the handed bill. ,
Paris before the crash, fashion's last over a !' pointments as follows: First Sanv I
when be nearly collided with a man Berlin and Gibraltar, and whatI gasp. I am a buyer of gowns for HH- governor general of Gibraltar," she "Ah. no. lady: French paper-It Is 4' day at Hampton, second at Rai- !

just entering the street door. It was said to that Dutchman on the Swiss debrand's store In New York." said, with a warming smile. "I just worthless to 111('. Only English gold. ford 4' ;i a

Mr. Billy Capper. frontier was enough to make his hair Ecstatic gurgles of pleasure from came down to see what I could ilo for If the lady pleases." Aimer's smile 4' f : t

Both recoiled as their eyes met. Just curl. Mrs. Sherman and her daughter greeted you poor stranded Americans. In these was leonine. 4' EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. M. Fryer 4' : I

the faintest nicker of surprise, Instantly "Tell you what, Willy; you come on this announcement They pressed times"<. "But it's all I've got Just came 4' priest in charge. Sun? 1Y school, 4' t

suppressed tightened the musclesof back to Kewanee with us and mother about the baskets and regarded them "An American yourself, I'll gamble'on I from France, and"- 4' 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and 4' f
and you'll lecture before the Thursday between 4' sermon, 11 o'clock; evening pray 4'
the captain's jaws. He murmured lovingly it! Sherman pushed his way "Then though It gives me the greatest ,..
Afternoon Ladles' Literary club," Sherman 4' er and sermon, 7 o'clock; choir rehearsal
started tire littered baskets and seized -
ft "Beg pardon" and to pass. and
them
The sergeant pushed away sorrow I must hold your luggage 4' 4'
7 o'clock !
himself in the boomed with a hearty blow of Crandall's hands. "Knew It by Wednesdayevening. :
Capper deliberately set Lady
tried to throw back the covers. until you have the money changed. 4' Come and worship with ...
other's path and, with a wry smile the hand between Willy's shoulder "Open your haggage-all of It!" be the cut of your Jib-and-your way of Excuse"- \!> us. E> 11
held out his hand. blades. "I'll have Ed Porter announce commanded snappishly. doing things I'm Henry J. Sherman 4' 4' .

"Captain Woodhouse, I believe." Cap it in advance in the Daily Enterprise, Jane, explaining over her shoulderto from Kewanee, Illynoy-my wife and 4' METHODIST L Z. Uarr. 4' ,i ,v

per put a tang of sarcasm, corroding and we'll have the whole town there to the women stooped to fumble with daughter;: Kitty" (Continued Next Week.) 4' pastor. Sunday school 11:45: a. 4' ,

as acid Into the words. lie was still listen.Thrilling'Ezra Tale Kimball's of War's Boy Alarms'that's Tells- the hasps. "And I'm from" Iowa-the red bills + + + + + + + + + + + ttLEGAL + + + 4' m. Preaching every Sunday at 4' 1 I j
back of ole loway the governor's wife
smiling. The other drew
man "Seventy of the darlingest gowns. + NOTICES + 4. 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer 4' !
the the headlines 11 read In
and him way (chanted with an orator's flourish of '
eyed coldly."I '" J
4'
the very last Paul Pierre and Racket + + + + + + + meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 ,
know mistake the Enterprise next week. the hands. "Welcome to the Rock + + + + + + + + .
do
not you. Some 4'
made before closed i' o'clock. Junior
and Gerth they Epworth Leijjue '
Woodhouse said. The expatriate shivered and tried to home folks:" NOTICE OF INTENTION OF ADMINISTRATOR f
) Sunday afternoon at 3:10.! Sejiior
smile."We'll. TO APPLY FOR ORDER Th SELL
Aimer was moving around from behind Hands all around and an impromptu DEBTS. '4!> I
PAY evening
REAL ESTATE TO Epworth League Sunday
the desk with the soft tread ot a let mother do the lecturing, old home week rinht then and there. Notice is hereby given to Mrs. E W. Driefrers. 4. at C:45.; : A cordi&l invitation is 'I!'> j [
"
Kitty came to his rescue. 'How toLive Lady Crandall's attention could not belong Elisha Dringers. Georgia M. Fenniel. M.
fit hb bitten
fixed on the hard ,
eyes 4' '
In Europe on a Letter of 1)iscretltt'tliat I rrC awayfrom the however. C. Fenniel. her husband. Janie MeNeal and J. extended to all to worship with ,
face of Capper. gowns McNeal. her husband heirs at law of E. W. 4'us. '
"Hah! Don't recognize the second will have all the gossips of -----=:. .. She turned back to them eagerly. With DritrKers deceased and all other persons interested 4' ', ,
rabln Kewauee buzzing mother." Jane Gerson as her ski she ;'asseIthem in the estate of said E. W. briwers. JJ
aboard the Princess
; '
passengers deceased, that I.V.. J. Epperson. Sheriff of PRESBCTERIAX-Un. C. II. ,
drew close in \ '
Mary, eh?'' Capper sneered. "Little bit The meal to a happily 1i.. 1- in rapturous review Mrs. Sherman Brdaford County, Florida, administrator of the !' Abernathy Sun'lay to.
discriminating that eh? Well contrast to Its It' illnin;:. Mrs. Sherman and Kitty playing an enthusiastic estate of said E. W. Driiriters. deceased will pastor. -
way, and her daughter rose to pass out at Chambers in Gainesville, Florida on the I !' school, 9:45 a. m. Preaching ev-
my name's Capper-Mr. William Cap- chorus. 18th day of June. A. D. 1917 at one o'clock I ';, ery Sunday mornin gat 11; sunday +
per. Never heard the name-In Alex-: : Into the.reception room. Sherman and P m.. apply to the Honorable James T. Wills. I..' 7:30.: ) J
KImlwill liiigemL Judge of the Circuit Court in and for Brad- evening at r1 'er'I
andrla-what "Ah h Willy""Mr. CHAPTER IX. ford County. Florida for an order to sell atpublic I" meeting Wednesday eveninfe at ."'
"You are drunk. Stand aside!" sale the following real estate in Brad- '
An 7:30 o'clock.'i.itors cordially: !
Unexpected Meeting.
Sli'rman"Both ford County. Florida, t.>-wit: : :
Woodhouse spoke quietly. His face liegaii In unison each somewhat PURSY little man with an air Commencing at Northwest corner of Northwest .' invited to worship with us. 4'
was very white and strained Aimer I \ quarter of northwest quarter and run : .
furtive and (shamefaced. of supreme\ IrullOl'taurl'-Henry East 525 feet. South 105 feet. West 525 feet .
IAI !> ';' +
launched himself betweenthe !' ?
suddenly "Have you any money?" The queries Kejnolds he was United North 105 feet to point of beginning, sa'd land t 1'4'4'4'4'4'4'4' I
two and laid ha! hands roughly on were voirtxl as one. For an Instant tA4 States consul at (tal'rlltar- lying and being in Section 33, Township 6,

Capper's thin shoulders. confusion; then the older man I ) / ) ) TIi1t4 catapaulted In from the street while South Alachua Range County.22 :Florida also the to-wit following: land in I Sloan's Liniment for RhturaatismThe

"Out you go!" he choked in a thick looked up into the youuger's face-a t( :' the gown chatter was at its noisiest. East half of southeast quarter of Section 26, ', pain goes so quickly afjor: you :

Suttural "I'll have no loafer insulting bit hushed It was-and guffawed. I ) I \ & 4 He threw his Lands above his 1)'alllu Township for the 7.purpose Range 14 of;payment belonging of to debts.said estate apply Sloan's Liniment for rheumatic 1 ,

SBfsts in my house." "Xot a iHtstage' ; stamp Willy! I guess a mock attitude of submissiveness before W. J. EPPERSON, I pains, neuralgia, toothache, lumbago,

"Oh you won't, won't you? But supPOSing we're both beggars and it mother and a highwayman. I| Sheriff ministrator of Bradford of the County estate Florida of E. ad-W. sprains and it's so easy to ue. It '

I want to take a room here- Kitty didn't have; five trunks between 11J4t'd'Vt. 'S all fixed, ladies and gentlemen," Driviters. deceased.A. quickly penetrates and soothes without

pay you good English gold for It. them this Swiss holdup man who says: ho cried with a showman's eloquence. V. LONG, rubbing and is far cleaner and

You'll sing a different tune, then." he's proprietor' of this way station hotel "Here's Lady Crandall come to tell Attorney. 51851.ADMINISTRATOR'S more effective than mussy plasters or

"Before I throw you out kindly wouldn't trust us for a fried egg." you about It. and she's so busy rtdin? ointments.

leave my place." By a quick turn Ai "Same here," admitted Kimball. her hobby-gowns( and millinery and SETTLEMENT.NOTICE OP FINAL Keep a bottle in the house and get 5 UJ
'
flier had Capper facing the door; his "I'm badly bent." .,- such-she has forgotten. I'll bet dollars NOTICE is hereby gen that on October 8. prompt relief, not only from all nerve

grip was iron. The smaller man triedto "They can't keep us down-us Americans '' to doughnuts." 1917. I will present to the County Judge of pains but from bruises, strains, over-
"Plant of what? the sergeant glared. Bradford County. Florida my final account
walk to the door with dignity. !" Sherman cheered, taking the "Credit to whom credit is due. Mr. and vouchers of the estate of Calvin Mot deceased exercise, sprains and all rxternal

There he paused and looked back over youth's arm and piloting him out into shop and marched away with their Consul." she rallied. "I'm not stealing and apply for the approval of tame. aches. At your druggist, 25cJ50, and

tla shoulder. the reception room. "We'll find a way regiments; You shall M'' every one of anybody's official thunder." The con- and. for my final discharge as such admisistra.tor. $1.00. ((1)

"Remember, Captain Woodhouse," out if we have to cable for a warshipto them." sul wagged a forefinger at her reprov I Dated this the 30th day of March A. D. J-.

be called back. "remember the name I come and get us." "Hurry. i'h'ae! My time's limited!" ingly. With impatience the refugees .1.1917. A. Z. ADKIN'S. Tell it to the Telegraph and,ou tell
Just as Sherman and Kimball waited to hear the news.
against the time we'll meet again. the sergeant burked. Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott. deceased '
Capper-Mr. William Capper." emerged from the dining room there "1 shoqld jhjnk it would! !'f': you're "Well it's this way." Bejpolds! be Starke Fla. 3-30-6mo. everybody. Advertise.
was a diversion out berond the class
Capper disappeared.! Aimer cane ..::4" \"(,::' .. :;-' :.... '




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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. .
FRIDAY
JUNE:
aa1 PAGE TEN 8 It19,


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for the Childrens Day program for Avery Powell, of the Bradford Four more Butler boys for Uncle Sam. :Mr. H. L. Sprinkle fe4
1
__ 1.! next Sunday. Everybody invited. Times, was a visitor here Monday- Mr. Fritz Townsend and sister, Miss Ga., last week to Le iesentBM= fob i

"' Woodman Circle Grove No. 70 met Winnie, came from Salt Springs in wedding of his: brothers * 1 BROOKER. at their hall Friday, June 1st, and their auto last Sunday and returned
aiio! 'SJI\: tiltH Jeo)<{ ", J :
1s 1 tored from ther to Graham mo-I. Monday. They were accompaniedback Guthrie> who left j'r 1> ar.'a

County News Items reception wzjs tendered them by by Miss Estelle Dekle, who will a short time ago, in4 Et Paso rovin.Tt?
i: Dr. J. D. Noble and Prof. A. B. newly organised Grnve at that pa' .-:. spend a few weeks there. her illness. .> ..

s a Shaw, of Worthington, were visitingin After a very rrcftable meeting refreshments Miss Henrietta Padgett, who has Miss Maud Milton 5the

Brooker Tuesday.Mr. were served and a very been visiting her uncle and family in : her aunt, Mrs. Piney Dale.. g l

iBtcratlnf: Facts Gathered During the Week by Our E. L. Crosby spent the first enjoyable reception given them. Those! Gainesville, returned home Monday, 1 The registration oiTicih

Regular Correspondents. part of the week in Jacksonville.Miss attending were, Mesdames Bugg, Harper { She was accompanied by her little J. Stewart, G. W. Alder[: }fSar\

Edna Tillis has returned home Griffin, Johns, Middleton, Raw- cousin, Bob Black. Draper were kept bus an and d 1.

.. ..' from Alachua, where she will spend ley, Hunt, Pearce, Saxon, Allen, JonesMrs. Mrs. L. D. Fisher is on the sick list j large 1; number of people! ) Tneeda,L 1

: J, some time with her mother, Mrs. M. A. A. Futch, Mrs. W. S. Futch, this week. Ii j 173 men registered.j here:? in ""l :

I The local Grove wishes to thank Mrs. J- Tillis. and Misses Ada Nimmo and Eva Wil-,i I Misses Allie and Alma Andrews, 51 colored. f whitT to

NEW RIVER. Harrell for her kindly help and assis- Mrs. Will Andrews and daughter, liams. Mrs. Reddish and Mrs. Geiger who have been visiting Mrs. Dowling I j I '

tance. Miss Irma, of near New River, were of Waldo, and Mrs. Harold of Brooker in Lake City, returned home Friday. ,

1 Mr. R. J. Renfroe was a business Mr. Frank Walker, grandson of Mr. in Brooker Wednesday shopping.Mr. I i|:, The Woman's Club held a business' McDonalti-MiMn.(
Sunday afternoon
'
\ visitor to Lake Butler Saturday after- and Mrs. Geo. Stone, visiting here. Miss Sara Hamilton and Mr. S. K. meeting at their hall last Monday at'j at fir o'eloclo.
J. T. Reaves of Gainesville, Baptist church
,
This estimable young man will leave Johnson were quietly married Men3': : 30 o'clock. Quite a number attended. I j was thi Scene It
noon.Mr. and little grandson Norfolk Va. where he spent Sunday with his sister, Irs. G. day. Both well known and I pretty wedding when ala[ t
W. T. Dryden next week for are popular Officers for the ensuing term were i
Kenneth Powell, who have beenvisiting has a position in a munition factory. W. Lewis, and family, of this place. people and have the best wishes j' elected. The president being away, j j charming daughter of :fr. and ,
D. *
relatives and friends here,; M r. and Mrs. Stone entertained in his Mr. H. L. Crosby and wife, of Jack- o! a host of friends. / II j! the first vice president, )[rs. Seeber j Alphonso: F. McDonald, was married tor.

returned to Theressa last Thursday honor Wednesday evening from 6:30 sonville, were visiting with Mr. Crosby's Mrs. Annie Adams and Mr. and King, presided.The |!IC. E. Mixon. of <'ohl1nbia.! [

morning. to 9 o'clock. parents last Sunday.Mr. Mrs- B. D. Adams, of Gainesville, were newly appointed officers were | Just .

Mr. Dennis Andrews, Jr., of Lake MrsBrown, of Atlanta, is visitingat York Colson, of Lake Butler, transacting: business here June 1st. as follows: Mrs. A.as the bridal! ,arty;

Butler, was a visitor at the home of the home of Dr. ind Mrs. Thomas. was visiting with relatives in Brooker The Women's Christian Temperr.ncA President, Mrs. H. N- Stanton. of Live"C. Strickland sing "

Mr. and Mrs. .B. F. Renfroe last Sun- M rs. Brown'is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Wednesday. Unjon! held their regular meeting on First vice president, Mrs. Seeber You and" "At Dawning"Love ,
Thomas.Mr. Tuesday evening at the Masir.ic hall. King. (by Carrie Jacobs
Mr. 0. B. Hazen, after spending Bonj)
day.Mrs. and Mrs. L. T. Pow- Mrs. C. B. Roberts, Mrs. Apart from the usual addresses accompanied by Mrs. EJ M. Wiw
B. J. Sapp and about eight months in the medical college program Second vice president, Mrs. Wm. MrsStrickland
ell and little daughter, Pauline, spent f rcwn, Mrs. N. Wynn and Dr. and at Nashville, Tenn., has returned were made by Rev. H. E. Rid- Overstreet. sweet clear who .has a !

the week-end at Worthington Springs. :M! rs. Thomas motored over to Hampton home, where he intends to be for several enour J. Allen and Hon. W. \J Feals. Third vice president, Mrs. P. M. in most, beautiful coke renders these :!
Miss Phyla Renfroe was the week- Sunday afternoon. months. At the close of the services refresh- Padgett. a manner. Mn.Vij.

end guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. TAn- Messrs. A. L. Crews, Jesse Rey- Among our citizens to visit the ments were served and an informal Secretary, Miss Marshall Proctor. son Rev.is one Coleman of our talented raosidajt.

drews, of Lake Butler. rolds, J. E. Crews, and Earl Whittenof site this week were Messrs- social enjoyed. The services were well Treasurer, Mrs. A. C. Strickland. the of (kale, perforarf
county nuptial rites
and
M. J. and C. A. Johns motored to this place on attended and wat followed
Messrs. Sapp Raiford, L. A. Brown, J. E. Clemons, 0. B. and thoroughly enjoyed. Miss Clarice Bowie of Gainesville, the altar by the
spent last Sunday in Brooker. Tuesday morning. G. W. Hazen. Registration day passed off quietly is the guest of Miss Madin Floyd. of groom end Mr. bG

Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Hurst, Miss Mr. E. D. Abernathy, registrationofficer here. Registration officers Jones and Mrs. L. T. Powell,- of Miami, is vis- gan, Marietta, as bjst man IlJl
.. Wilma Parker, Messrs. Jesse Thomas, for this district, was a business Miss Mamie Pinholster, after visiting Pollard were on duty promptly at 7 iting Mrs. Sarah Adkins. there waited for the meld of ,
lart Sunday:; at Starke morning. some time in Jacksonville and in o'clock with well office Miss Rosa Byrd who -jvai followed
Arthur Eerry spent visiior tc Wednesday a equipped Last Saturday afternoon, Mr. J. L. ,
I White Springs. Graham junior high school will Raiford with relatives, has returned adcmed with two large U. S. flacs Griffin a farmer near Lake Butler, I, little Misses Agnes Rails and Lo

Little Miss Ruby Howard, of Mac- open Monday morning, June 18th.The home supplied! with military literature and met with a serious accident. After Draper, the flower girls, and these

clenny, is visiting relatives and faculty is as follows: A. C. Crews, Miss Mae Clemons has completedher had the co-operation of our citizens.A attending to his business in this city little ring bearer, :hiss Vivian Fowler .

friends here for a few days.WOODLAWN. I Ii principal; Mrs. 0. M. Maines, first school in Okeechobee and is home total of 48 were enrolled.A he was returning home when the mule who carried the ring in a pnt;
Miss Mae McKinney, with her parents. communication of carnation, then the bride who
assistant, and regular Hampton which he drove took fright and ran _
Recruiting Officer John Hatcher, of No. F. A. M. will be was prettier than n ifr eII1Iisite!
primary. lodge 129, & away, throwing Mr. Griffin out and
i I Dan attended the Lake City, was in Brooker Wednesdayin held this bridal gown of crepe dtj chine _
"Uncle" Byrd pa- evening beginning promptly breaking his leg about six inches below .
med
1i I triotic exercises in Starke Tuesday his official capacity. at 7:30. Work in both the Entered the knee. He was taken home with pearls and ribbons, wore t

Mrs. J. S. Norman visited relatives j Uncle Dan ii a Confederate war veteran Services were conducted at the New Apprentice and Master Mason degreeswill end Dr. Seeber King summoned, who (I veil held in place 'i ith "range hlt..

in the Vanderbilt section Sunday. and we are told he insisted that Hope Primitive Baptist church last be exemplified. A cordial invitation immediately responded and set the soms and carried ;.1 hjrlsome boa.

1I Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish, ofLawtey I he be allowed to register, while in Sunday.Mr. is extended to all visiting breth- quet of white carnallcr?, came uj
r
,! visited relatives here Sunday Starke, for military service.LAWTEY. G. C. Barry has returned home limb.Mr.. T. P. Register left Saturday joined them at the altar where Her.
I t t from Columbia College at Lake City ren.The Coleman spoke the wonjs that
afternoon. mid-week prayer services at evening for Washington: to be at the msy
6 where he has been studying the min them one, in his
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Norman at- the Baptist church on Wednesday reunion of the old Confederate Vete- own im-rebsive WI,.

Ii tended preaching services at Water- istry. evenings, and the Christian church on rans.; He was accompanied by Miss The decorations were jeautifol u4

'It oak Sunday Thursday evenings are being well attended j I Inez Markey and Master Kaspar Dun- of artistically arranged, the:olor scheme

II Mr. J. A. Dohm, Sr., of Pittsburg, Mr. James H. Lowery came down RAIFORD.Mr. and more than usual interest can. 'Tis a long way to Tipperary both white in and pink was carried.

Pa., who was called here OP. account, from Macclenny and spent Sunday manifested. > for the old gentleman, but we hope hewill Miss decorations and costama.

'i of the death of his son, J. A. Dohm, j with his family here. and Mrs. L. C. Whitten and a A. M. Williams was a visitor to enjoy the trip. I with shoes Byrd wore hose pink cripe de chiDe

J r., returned home Monday. j Mr. 0. A. Jackson returned here number of the Raiford boys were at Starke Monday on business with the Rev. W. H. Coleman, of Ocala, I ried and to match and car

I E'.der! D. L. Phillips was transacting i Tuesday after spending a week at Kingsley lake Sunday. school' board. i preached' a fine sermon in the Christian I flower a bouquet of carnations. TIle

busine! sin: Starke Saturday. i different j points on the East Coast. He Rev and Mrs. Paul Kendall, of Lake Mrs. E. E. Tabor, of Brooklyn at-1 church here last Sunday. He came white girls and ring _hearer watt
dresses
,
Mrs. J. A. Dohm, Jr, who was call- also spent some time in Baldwin onhis Butler, spent Sunday in Raiford. ended' the meeting of the W. C. T. U., here to perform a marriage ceremony with pink .sashes- Ma
ed here on account of the sickness and trip. here Tuesday. Sunday afternoon. Rev. Coleman who Wilson wore white (:rga?die and Ma
,
Mr. Will Stallings and two little :
death of her husband, is spending awhile j Mike Futch visited relatives and daughters were in town Friday.Mr. Mrand Mrs. W. A. Bowen, of for quite a while, lived here and was Strickland The white voiK

with relatives at DeLand before friends in Macclenny Saturday and Walter H. Graham, of Stuart, Brooklyn, were business visitors here pastor of the Christian church, has groom was hanc,;ome in tonentional -
\ black. The
returning to her home at Pittsburg. j Tuesday. friends in the Ijpst man and
Sunday.Mr. who
many city were ,
his
is spending month with parents,
a j the ushers Mr.
Max
r Misses Debbie Phillips and Carrie I' J. H. Moore and children visited Mr- and Mrs. W. S. Graham. Miss Violet Chapman, of Sampson, glad to welcome him. Wjlhon and De.

Mathis spent the day at Kingsley lake 1 Kingsley Wednesday on a fishing Dr. and Mrs. Farnell have been on has accepted a position in the mercantile Mr. R. M. Price, of Hampton, and I I I Witt The McGill bride,has also wore :lack. and
Sunday. j:11 business of A. A. Durden. Miss Lilly eldest always bred here
trip. a visit to friends at Lockridge, in West Floyd, daughter ofMr. I is of
Bradford's
Mr. M. D. Carter and daughter, I Mrs. W. F. Godwin and little children Florida. Adjt. L. A. Odum, of the Volunteersof and Mrs. D. F. Floyd, of this I one 'flh..int teacher
1 Miss Mabel, were shopping in Stark 1 and }Irs. Annie C. America, was looking after business and to know her is to hjve her.
Talley, areI Mr. and Mrs L. C. Taylor spent the place, were joined in the holy bondsof The has made
Saturday. I I few weeks' at Griffin Ga. interests here during the week. groom inany friends
spending a week-end at Lake Butler.E. wedlock here last Wednesday, Notary
Mr. G. L. Dohm, of DeLand, who' with relatives. Charles H. Register the here and is liked for hi; business in
Kite, of Maxwell, was a business performed
tegrity. The fact that
was called here on account of the! Miss Mattie Stalsby spent Sunday they have i
death of Mr. J. A. Dohm, Jr., returned visitor in town Saturday.Dr. LAKE BUTLER. ceremony.Mrs. host of friends who vish them unbounded
with relatives nj. r Rai'ordI W. W. Farnell, who has been H. K. Roberts and daughter,
: I to his home Saturday. I I I Ury Reddish of near Raiford, practicing medicine for a number of Miss Isola, spent a few days of this success, was shown by the

Mr. J. M. Norman is the latest to was visitor to I.iwtey Sunday. years, expects to leave for HamptonSprings The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Joe week with her grandmother, Mrs. S. of numerous useful and beautiful gifts
t\ 1 buy a car. He purchased a Ford turing cut glass, silver, china, aluminsa
I i I Mrs. Thomas E. Adams and children Thursday, where he will reSume Raulerson, who had been very sick for A. Richard. and linen .
them.
,i car from the Ford Garage at are spending this week with relatives his profession in the lumber some time, died last Tuesday and was Prof. F. G. Schell returned from Indian Miss given

'i Starke Tuesday i!|: in Lake City. camp of the Standard Lumber Co. buried Wednesday. Every attentionwas 11 River, where he had been to inspect of Scharfhoussen and Mr. Duigia
M0. J. Phillips was transacting :.!, A son born to Mr. and Mrs. W. the j his fine Marietta, were among the out of
was Miss Florrie Terry, of Lawtey, has given little one by kind[ orange grove. | town to the
business in guests wedding
Stark 1
Tuesday.We j H. Edwards Wednesday morning. been the guest of Mrs. W. H. An friends. We sympathize with the bereaved Editor Avery G. Powell was in i Mr. and lIrixo,1
wonder who was the guy who .:. Of the 115, between the ages of 21 drews for the past week. family in their deep distress. Starke on business last Monday- will make their"

nut the Ford in 1'radford I j I and 31, who registered Tuesday, 23 A number of young people spent a Hrs. J. S. Howard, of Ludowici, Ga., Mrs. J. H. Scarborough and two future home in Columbia, S. C.

Ple?$e phone any notes to ?92. I were colored. pleasant evening at the Andrews is the guest of her daughter, Mrs- Dr. daughters, Onie and Lula, spent the -

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Randall and Mr. home in honor of Miss Terry.Mr. Mann. week-end in Jacksonville, visiting eel TO AUTO OWNERS <

VANDERBILT. T. J. Terry visited High Springs last Joe Jones, of Jacksonville, Mr. W. H. Flynn, of Newberry, was atives.

Saturday. They made the trip with spent Sunday in Raiford visiting red in town this week. Mr. C. J. Knight had a family reunion Of Starke and Bradford County: :.

|1 I the tetter's Ford. atives. Last Saturday Mr. Howard F. Stan- at the home of Mr. W. R. Alderman I Bring your free coupons to Stark.,
A much needed rain fell Saturday :j I I Miss Clara Bennett spent last weeks Mr- William Whitehead has moved ton, accompanied-by his mother, left at Guilford last Sunday. 41 Hardware Co., get a free sample eu
night, which was welcomed by all th with relatives at Wateroak. for Tampa in their members of the 'I !
auto and Wednesday family
his cottage, on the corner of Central on were present. I of JM.. Pease's Lubricant Carlxa'
farmers. I j I Miss Lois Terry is spending this Avenue and Division street, prepatoryto : he was married to one of Tam Revival services at the Baptist i Remover, for gasoline motors, anti!

The singing school started nicely at ,,,I week with relatives and friends i in I building a new home. pa's most popular school teachers, church began on Sunday, June 3rd, I steam engines. Use as directed, uJ*

Emanuel last Friday with thirtyeightin I ]Lake City. I Miss Mildred Riggins, of Black- Miss Catherine. Jackson. The party and continue to grow in interest. The j: your auto troubles will be a thing of

roll. Visitors are welcome to come> II j II Mr. and Mrs. James Lawrence, who I shear, Ga., is spending a month with l returned home Friday. Mr. Stantonis service swill continue through thethird I I: the past. By L. M. K. Anderson, rep.
Their will be preaching at Eman- ( were united in marriage at New Smy- I her friend, Miss Perla Whitten. i a young man of our town who Sunday. Miss Dora L. Cain i is resentative.e .

.Methodist church Saturday night i i i rna last week, spent from Saturday Senator A. D. Andrews returned stands very high in the estimation of doing personal work through these

and Sunday, morning and evenin g;.l' until Tuesday here at the home of from Tallahassee, after a busy sessionof every one-a young man of sterling j| meetings and everyone should I
Everybody invited to attend these ser- '-' ] T. Lawrence.. NOTICE OF ELECTION.
left I
They on the legislature.Hon. worth and enviable character. 'His her while here as she is one of the
vices. I(I'Mr. I Tuesday for Oklahoma City, Okla, A. D. Andrews and wife and bride is the daughter of air W. H. best Bible instructors ever to visit a Hereby notice j U given that at a regular
!hic.. and Mrs. F. Norman, a merchant where they will make their home for meeting of the Town Council of the Ton it
sons, Rouse and Mr. Jones, motoredto I Jackson, a prominent citizen of that place of this size. She will teach every
'rf of Starke, visited; his parents:, :' I the present. section. Her Starke. held on June 5, 1911. at 7:30 o'clock:
Jacksonville Wednesday. brother is Col. W. H. morning at 10 o'clock in the Baptist
Mr. ami Mrs. S. J. Norman, Sunday. I I I Mrs. May Chesser, of Glen St. Mary Jackson p. m, it '"ad orrif re<] that an election be kU
Jr. church.
161 men registered here on regis one of the leading legal j The pastor will preach .
Messrs. Lonzie and Levy Norman I j i I I i is spending a few days here as the 'tration day. lights of South Florida, and district each night. Tuesday, July 3, 1117. (n' the purpose of :

trade a business trip to Starke Thurs- : i guest of her grandparents. and attorney for Hillsborough county. We Messrs. W. C. Townsend and C. J. termininjf whether the ordirance prohibitiiu
da yafternoon. I Mrs. M. L. Loadholtz. cattle from running at larxe on the streets rf
I I welcome Tampa's fair Knight returned last
daughter to Saturday from
HAMPTON. our said town shall nemiin in forte or be ntff
Mr. F. M. Norman
went to Starkeon Mr. William Thornton and family midst
and wish Salt where
many years of happi- Springs, they had been for edIt
business Monday. I[ moved to Campville the first part o f -' ress and prosperity for this some days fishing. They was further orJered tht the town ekA
?1r. Math Sapp of New River station ', young report a good supply the managers: of aid election with I
the .
i week.d Dr. Middleton, accompanied by L. couple. They will make Lake time and of list .. _
Butler a great quantity fish be of the name* of i(rv.n* ho were fl
made a pleasant call at Mr. an !I! The families of Messrs. E. E. Bur G. Johns and L. J. Wynn, motored to their home. ing caught. fled to vote at the town election of Septeaikei
Mrs. S. J. Norman Sunday afternoon. :' 1916. and! that sjcb! i-rrscns and none othert
and Bennett
: Henry went out tc
ray Jacksonvillelonday.. Mrs. D. D. Davis and We ,
two children, are sorry to say Mrs. S.1 be allowed to vote at the election to be MIIj
Mr. Mrs.
and Drew Reddish and Kingsley lake Wednesday and will i Mrs. FA.. Scott, of Starke, was a Darrey and Dorothy, of Miami, are Carver is still very low. on July 3. 1917.
family, of Heilbronn Springs, and !tlr.1 I I I spend a week.f visitor here Tuesday. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Miss Rosa Lee Swindel, of Lakeland It was further onlt-rn) that the ballot fat

and Mrs. Sim Kelly and daughter, o Miss Florrie Terry spent Sunday in i Mrs. R. D. and Mrs. M. L. Raw le y, Adkins, parents of Mrs. Davis. Theyv.ill is visiting her friend, Miss Grace said the general election election be pnnte law of n the conformance State of: f'II-l veldt!

the Rising section were visitors at the I I Raiford with friends. of Starke, were visitors here Tuesday, be here for about three weeks. Waldrup this week. i ida ; that said e.ectun: be held in all peitila'.
home of Mr. and Mrs. F.: M. Norman. Mrand Mrs. A. A. Smith nlars in conformance withaid general e*l
the of .
spent guests friends.Dr. Mrs. L.
F. Wood of Mr. Frank M.
t Mr. S. S. Adkins Jacksonville Byrd, of Jacksonville lIon law. and that the ballots for the MM
1 was in Raiford o n'| Sunday with relatives at Kingsley. J. P. Tomlinson, of Starke, and[ i* visiting her parents here. Mr. and was in town last Sunday. 1I e election contain the foliou.g p-opositioilit

I business Saturday. Clifton, the 13-year old son of Dr Dr. Boring, of Waldo, were here on Mrs. Henry S. Adkins. came to attend the wedding of his For empuund'ng> cattle{ '

Misses Myrtle and Minnie Yarborou and Mrs. G. W. Brown, had the misfortune professional business during the wee i. Mr. L. J. Purdom, of Bushnell, i s daughter, Miss Rosa. Against einpcundmx C"lltJ.
h, of Raiford, visited Mr. and Mr s. to break two bones in his I P. M- Geiger of Waldo .
I
transacting isiting
t Jim was friends here. For many years Dr. J. P. Tomlinson, of Starke, was
t Yarborough Saturday night. right arm while cranking their automobile I business here Wednesday.Miss he had been one of Bradford county'sprosperous in our city last Friday.A It was further on If red that the retard; off
Mr. Levy Norman made a call to; last Tuesday. Physicians at Willie said election t* delivered. forthwith to tk. ?
is
Fay Ivey visiting farmers.
Raiford Mr- Purdum i is young man about 28 years of age Town Clerk. -
Mr. Friday night. tended to the broken member and the< friends! in Tallahassee this week. a very lively, jovial man, and his many passed through our city Tuesday. He E :;. \\TTHEWS, **
Earney Alvarez visited
the sing- patient is doing as well could be Chairman. Council ,
Mrs. Tvvrn
as Mary Prevatt of Bryceville, Trends here are his \
glad to greet him gave name as Robt. Bowen. He Attest SurU.
Saturday afternoon. : Town of
expected. is the guest of her son, V. R. Prevatt.We again. said' he joine dthe 28th infantry in C. .\. Kutch. Clerk! 6-B-rt. 'i<:
Mr.
Math Fowler was badly shoeed kair.. T. M. Mimms '
was transacting
regret to chronicle the seriousillness Last '
-
Monday afternoon as Mr. B. Quebec, was sent across the water
" but by has lightninig recovered.Saturday business[ in Jacksonville one day las I. of the little son of Mr. and J!. Newsom, who runs the Standard and fought in the trenches, where he; FOR SALE-Heifer and young __1---. ;;

Mr- J. S. : week. Mrs. C. A. Stephens, who is very ill i Oil' auto here, was cranking his car, lost his leg at a place called VlriRidgt' also cow milking fresh in sixty days.:
Sapp attended church at i ReT.. S. Stark
was a visitor t this .
o at writing. the crank struck him He N. B. Hull.
Yanderbilt over the right stated he was in active'service ,
Sunday. Jacksonville
Monday The many friends of Mrs. Susanna eye, causing him ? painful, but not for eight months.Mr. --
4 Mr. T. E. Adams was visiting relatives Dyal are pained to know that she is serious' injury. J. L. Edwards, of Ellenton, was

GRAHAM. in Lake City Sunday. very sick at the home of her lathe Mr. Sam Singer spent last Monday in our city this week visiting relatives Optimistic Thought
Mr. A- :M. Blanchard .
was transacting in-law, Alex in
i Dyal. Gainesville.
Mr. Edwards has
friends here It is human diabolical
many to rrr. but
# business in iJ
Anthony one day last I Mrs. Monta Crichlow, of Jacksonville The residence of Dr. who
The woodmen ladies from Hampton week. W. II. Lee i is were glad to see him.
a is the guest of her father, W. E. receiving a new coat of paint. The persevert'I
ald Brooker spent very pleasant afternoon Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stokes are I Hutcheson. interior --- -- "'
is of -- --
t antique oak mission fin- -- =
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with the local Grove on June spending some time with relatives at I
Rev. H. E- Ridenour of Gainesville ish, the walls
I J Ut. The visitors arrived earlyin the Wymauma.Mr. pastor of the Baptist church here flat tints. The decorated in delicate Do You
j afternoon and after attending the I* H. Hill was transacting business a pleasant visitor here Tuesday, was Mr. H. Blake. work is being done by Dread Hot Weather ? ..

r meeting refreshments, consisting of in Starke the first .
part of the I Constable Jacob Johns, of Starke' Rev. Jenkins
,
I ice cream, cake and lemonade we'I re''Wee.:.. presiding elder of they Does it cut :!
'was here on official business Tuesda M. E. church, South, conducted your energy disturb your stomach or bring
served. Rev. and Mrs T. B. Lawrence were I The following business houses nave a quarterly you tear prostration? The well man isn't afraid of heat. .
x The following ladies from Brooker visitors to Jacksonville the first I conf-yence at Worthington But it weakened body. -
I, partof agreed to close each Thursday afternoon Springs last It \ rILb\Jpth Ii
' Sunday. There
w were present: Mrs. Beulah Harrelland the week. was a
during the months of 4 YOUR STRENGTH
Mattie From June, Julyand large attendance and a fine dinner ,
Barry. Hamptonwere air
and Mrs. C. C.
i Moseley and
August, effective June 14th. J. served the Get your digestion in order
: on grounds. remove Irritation dispel Ill
f Mrs. M. Futch, Mrs. A. A. Fute h. children spent Sunday with relativesin IV. Jones, Dewey L. Bugg A. A. Dur- Misses Edna and stagnation. Put yourself in shale to enjoy the summer with a
Mrs. Mrs. Hester Griffin Georgia Eppersonand good nola
> Mary Bugg, "Starke.Mr .
den, W. T. Saxon W. H.
Griffin, V. R. Miss
Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Miss Jones, \ Thos. E. Adams was transacting Prevatt Margaret Langtry, also Mr- PERUNA INVIGORATES '
,
Hampton Pharmacy and the Williford
{ Mrs. Beulah Hunt Mrs. Pearce Mrs. took a trip to Worthington .
business in Jacksonville
It
Monday.Mr. rostoree the s
Hampton State Bank. last Monday in perfection o'digestion and removes thaie8anadooodttionacatarrhthat
% :
t Harper, Mrs. Rawley, Mrs. Ida Allen, and Mrs. J. H. an auto. After spends make
Peeples were | W. G. Seals is home youweak. It freskeiu the blood ;
Mrs. Mamie Reddish, Mrs. Geiger, visiting in Jacksonville again, after devoting a pleasant day they returned in Mrs. steadrea "tr and lupphea just what you Deed to enter taut j
V- Tuesday. two months to work in theo the Lot season confidence. .
evening.
Miss \da Nimmo and Miss Eva Williams Dr. Freeman, of Starke was a pr | state legislature. The ctiti.Penma. Ia a real tonic. with especial efficacy In catarrhal coos -
'
The meeting was very instrutine tensional visitor to Lawtey last week. following young Butlerites left tablet /
I The Sunshine Society held regular last Liquid or form-whichever is moet eosvenieat-triC
a
> well and all d Monday for Jacksonville to enlist safeguard health. ;
t as as enjoyable eThe children of the Grace M. I E. your
I meeting Monday evening at the Ma- in the National v
} t t sire that same be repeated many times church Sunday school- are_practicing 1: sonic hall, which was well attended. Jesse Cobb, Jr., Dan Guard and: Ray Will Wilson McRae., He Penuu Compuj Columbua, Ohio ra


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