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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 15, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I VOLUME 38. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1917. NUMBER 50.

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THE MIDDLEBURG BRIDGE TIRED OF LIFE. I

ARMY DRAFT I BRUTAL NEGRO

New Viaduct Will Be Dedicated Tomorrow Jesse C. Hagan Kills Himself Monday

FOR THIS STATE Afternoon at Hampton.Our KILLS GIRL NEAR 'y2

JACKSONVILLE, June 12.-The usually quiet sister town, Hampton -
isI people of Middleburg are going to was startled Monday afternoonby
IS COMPLETEDBELIEVE dedicate the "Bryan Jennings Draw the sad news that Mr. Jesse C. Ha- LAKE BUTLER

. 'j. bridge," across the river at Middle- gan, a respected and popular citizen
i burg, at 11 o'clock Saturday next, and of middle age, living west of town
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extend the had committed suicide -
a cordial invitation to city by shooting
I }' THERE ARE BUT officials, board of county commissioners himself. The news of the occurrence BODY ALMOST HACKED TO
I and business men of Jacksonvilleto that has reached us is to the effect
I II FEW SLACKERS IN STATE be present. Invitation is also extended t that Mr. Hagan, formerly of Palatka, PIECES WITH LARGE KNIFE

. 4 through your columns to the recently bought a place west of Hamp- -
l'r 45,127 WHITE 33,666 NEGROES, county officials of Clay county and the ton and moved there with his family.His LONG HUNT BY SHl.RUT: AND

r,: ALIENS COMPOSE THE city officials of Green Cove Springsand -Ur4 crop prospects had of late not POSSES FAILS TO (
5,890 UTTRE
r; citizens generally.No looked promising, and this economical
ENTIRE REGISTRATION special invitations will be issued trouble 'preyed on his mind until he FLEEING MURDKKEK.

--- and.all will be welcome. { rgfdn decided to take the fatal step-at least .
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r The community is indebted to Bryan there seems to be no other reason '
I rI, TALLAHASSEE, June 13.-The total Jennings for the construction of this known. Saturday night alou ::ate SheriffW.
and complete registration of Florida J. Epperson receive,: a tilephone
splendid bridge. He practically designed Ili Ilii Monday afternoon while Mrs. Ha-
I' under the army draft is 84,683, the bridge, obtained the authority gan was out in the yard, engaged in message from Lakf Ih. ler, stating
, distributed, 45,127 whites, 33,666 negroes for its construction and the some household duties, she heard a that a negro girl nam.'d Minnie Lou
Branning had been kill
r, The means to construct it with, and practically shot fired in the dwelling and the fall '-d b? Henry
and 5,890 aliens. state registration Harrison, a negro, a short while: : before
I assembled and ordered the material i z of a body. She rushed in and found
! reports have been handled and supervised its construction.It her husband lying dead on the floor and that the murderer hud made

" through Adjt.-Gen. Christian's office, is a credit to the ablest engineersof in front of the mirror, with a bulletin his escape. Mr. Eppers-m iindtD!puty
t and everything has gone through the country, and has been consid- his brain. Beside him lay a smok- Cameron forthwith started cii their
rr bobble and has been hand- ered by engineers of experience to bea ing rifle. journey to Lake Butler by automobile.
without a ,
On their
arrival
I design of high merit and a construc- ,, The deceased was a member of an and from the testimony -
'1. led and forwarded to Washington with tion of remarkable economy. old and respected Bradford county I at the inquest, held by'J:astice

IIIt; excellent dispatch.To The bridge has been built of the family, most of the members of which I Thos. J. Dekle later, they learned that
.1.J have completed the registrationand very best heart cypress timber entire : now live in Putnam county, thoughone the murderer, Henry Harrison, had
., gathered the reports from all sections ly. It is massive and substantial, and TIi of his brothers lives at Hampton. worked for the Coast lane railway
i J of the state and forwarded the built for about one-fifth of the estimated Keen sympathy is felt for the bereaved and had had quarters ir one of the i
., totals to Washington in five days' cost by other engineers.On family. "shanty cars" standing on a side track.
I. time speaks well for the general's of account of this splendid service .The remains of the deceased were The murdered girl lived war the railway

.1 fice. There has not been a single report and great achievement it has been decided laid to rest at Hope cemetery, near track. Harrison, who forjhis' un-
t of friction and irregularity in to name the bridge for the man I his childhood's home. ruly disposition had been nicuiamed
., the state. The Washington department who put Middleburg on the map- "Tige Head" by his associate, went f
t: has wired Gov. Catts to put machinery Bryan Jennings. Attorney A. Z. Adkins was a business to the girl's home on rh? night in iran \
.; in motion to apprehend any G. P.| Stewart, visitor to the state capital Tues. question, but found her absent to a ,
!! who have evaded registration. No County Commisisoner. day. party. He returned to *is!: quarters
.j ground of leniency will now be shown. in an angry mood to ge his "billy."
slackers will fall This was a hickory stick fr-.m the
! The burden of the
t'I. upon those who have registered and D.S.NAVALSEC- BRADFORD CO. back rest of a stout cha>, the small
,,; the registrants are urged to assist in .I end of which had a hea'r iron nut i
screwed onto it. He wart down the
of the slackers. The '
the apprehension "
correspondent' asked at office of the track and met up with the girl, who 'r
RETS REVEALEDConfidential TO RAISE
adjutant general if he thought there HON. FRANK CLARK $5,000 was going home. After stoniing at I I .;
: her he knocked her down with his '!
1 to evade registration -
.1 was in any this attempt state. He said: Representative of Second Florida District. stick, then after helping her up and 1 i

"No there may have been a few _. -_.--- .- -- Is walking a few steps more, drew a big j',
the
01 ; of -- Her
Information -- --- Share of the
--- $400,000To knife and began to stab hei. The i I "
f failed to register through ignor-
who
'y.. ance among the more ignorant classes Government Seems Availableto CONGRESSMAN FRANK CLARK PAYS Be Raised in Florida For screams of the girl we're heard by her *
t mother, who seized an axe and ran to I l
of negroes. Who Wants It. .American Red
Cross.The her
. The Washington department has Anyone daughter's rescue. She threw the I it

..t.ta wired the governor that the draft will axe at the murderer, which made him } .
several states Investi SPLENDID TRIBUTE TO JEFF DAVIS leave his victim and run away l
the
: be distributed among WASHINGTON, June 11.- following statement with ref ,
on basis of their respective populationand erence to the Red Cross work has been People who had heard the streams .
commitofidents
e not on a basis of number re.gist I issued by the executive committee of to the scene, where they found

. tered. Therefore, wherever slackers ammunition on armed merchantmenwas WASHINGTON, June 14.-An elo- Jacksonville and Florida' Red Cross the girl lying about 50 fret from the S.

It have failed to register the burden will interrupted today to await the quent and touching tribute to the absolute power was vested in the Fed- war council fund: track, bleeding from many wounds.
fall heavier in proportion. outcome( of a search by government of Jefferson Davis was delivered eral government; that no state had the "As Woodrow Wilson, president of She expired after a few minutes. L
11f. Telegram just received from Pro- agents for the writer of letters mail- memory by Congressman Frank Clarkof right to withdraw from the compactof the United States of America and I The wounds were all over the body, ,

vost Marshal at Washington to Gov. ed from Detroit, Mich., to Senator Florida, to a large gathering at union, and that the Federal gov- president of the American of the the most dangerous being one just
f.r Catts is as follows: Frelinhuysen revealing naval ornance Arlington cemetery, at the memorial ernment had the right to restrain or American National Red Cross war under the heart, and all wereJeep..
Ample notice and every opportunityhave secrets. services prior to the opening of the coerce a state. Southern statesmen council, has made proclamation that The sheriff and his posses !ost no r
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now been given and there is no Secretary Daniels, placing the letters Confederate reunion here. Mr. Clark's took the position that the states were June 18th to 25th be set aside as Red time in starting on a hunt for the "

longer any argument upon which the before the committee, declau-a remarks were greeted with applause, sovereign; that the Federal government Cross war fund week, and as he has murderous brute, but after searching
, conduct of non-registrants can be con that either a spy or a traitor hd boon he stressed the reunited nation and had no power other than suchas called upon the American people to for him all night, all of Sunday and a
doned. The period of leniency referred at work because the information disclosed as defended Mr. Davis from calumnious had been delegated to it by the respective subscribe $100,000,000 for the preservation .I part of Sunday night, they had not
to in number 500 has passed. It could have been obtained nowhere charges which have been repeated states in the constitution, and of the health and life of the suceeded in finding a truce of him.
is requested that every effort be now except from the confidentialfiles against him. The address was rendered that any states had the right to with- sons of our common country and the They are, however, hopeful of cap- ;
S. made to detect and arrest persons sub- of the navy's ordnance bureau.He appropriate by the fact that it draw from the Federal union. This sons of our allies in Europe in camp, turing him.
,, ject to registration who have not registered insisted that the writer should be was the birthday of the great Southern discussion raged on the hustings, in on land and sea and at the battle
"I, and to bring each case to the found and required to explain. leader. the press and in both houses of congress front, and as the American National DEATH OF OLD CITIZEN. '
: attention of the nearest representativeof The committee adjourned until Wed until by the elections of 1860, Red Cross is the only organization: authorized -
d. the department of justice. Wide nesday, by which time it is hoped to Mr. Clark said: )Ir. Lincoln, recognized throughoutthe by the government of the *
.,f'Ir publicity should be given to the effect locate the author of the letters. "Commander and Members of Camp South as a bitter partisan of the United States to do this special humanitarian James Green, a respected old cit
of non-registration increasing the Senator Frelinghuysen told the com- No. 171 of Confederate Veterans- ] Northern idea, was elevated to the work, and as thousands of izen living east of Starke, died last
burden of those who have registered. mittee that he had no desire to shield Ladies and Gentlemen: Chief Magistracy of the republic. Be- I Florida's sons, volunteers and enlistedmen Wednesday, June 6th, aged 65! years. t
Summarization reports of registrationfrom anyone and had sought unsuccessfullyto "I esteem this opportunity to ad- lieving that the election of Mr. Lin- will soon be in camp and possiblyat The remains were interred at Etonian
the various boards should be discover the identity of his corre dress you as the proudest privilege of coln and the coming into control of the front in France, and as our cemetery the following day, Rev.
compared with estimates of census bureau spondent. Tonight he gave out a my life. This is the birthday of Jefferson the extreme advocates of absolute president and the government of the L. W. Kickliter officiating. ,

)f and efforts should be concentrated statement defending the letter writer, Davis, the beloved president of power centralized in the Federal government United States is depending upon the The deceased was well known as a
::11 '. on those districts where disceprancy saying his object was the welfare of I: the Southern Confederacy, and tomorrow meant destruction of state great world-wide organization of the man of probity and his death is much
. between registration and estimates the country and to prevent further accidents ''I will be the beginning of what in soveregnity, the people of South Car- Red Cross to cheer the lonely, give regretted by his many friends. He
ldto Seems greatest. In case doubt as to and declaring that Mr. Danielsuse all human probability will prove to be olina shortly afterwards sought to medical aid and help to the woundedand had lived in the neighborhood wherehe
" age of persons who have not registered of the words "spy and traitor"was the last reunion of the survivors of peaceably withdraw from the Federal comfort to the dying. Therefore, died for many yearsOf immediate
of the tabulated record of political remarkable. lie made public his those who followed the banner of whatis compact into which they had voluntarily be it in the name of humanity, relatives he leaves one son and
organizations and other local records letter to Secretary Daniels transmit- sometimes called the 'lost cause.' entered. The action of South "Resolved, That the executive com- five daughters and many grandchildren
.Irk should be consulted and data may be j ting the letters, explaining that while While it is not the purpose of the vet- Carolina was soon emulated by ten mittee of Jacksonville and the state of to mourn his departure.
I' obtained from the bureau of the cen- j I he did not know his correspondent he erans of the Southern Confederacy, the ; other Southern commonwealths, and Florida hereby in the name of humanity -
IIr ii.r sus. The purpose of this telegram is felt in all fairness the secretary shouldbe Daughters of the Confederacy, or the these eleven states formed the "Con- and for the sake of the sons of our I The study circle of the Methodist
N'tk to inaugurate a vigorous, aggressiveand informed of the charges made and Sons of the Confederacy to keep alive federate States of America. But common country and allies across the Missionary Society will meat next
; effective enforcement of the penal that the documents. mentioned shouldbe any of the animosities which were engendered these Southern States were not to be sea, hereby call upon the people of our Thursday afternoon, the 21st ,nst., at
lit ', clauses of the selective service law produced. during the four years of allowed to peaceably dissolve their states to make whatever sacrifice in 4 o'clock, at the home of Mr E. S. ,
. ; against all who have by their failureor fratricidal strife, it is our purpose to I connection with the governmnt which time and money to obey the call of our Matthews. Mrs. Bar will lie the leader
brought themselves preserve for posterity the truth with president and to do our duty in this for the afternoon.
I.e 0: refusal to register CALLED TO TilE COLORS. I I had become odious to them. The gov-
reference to the motives which actuated regard. ,
under these provisions.The t ernor of South Carolina demanded of
{4of. department of justice is sendingout the soldier of the Southern Confederacy Mr. Lincoln, then president of theUnited "We also call upon every patriotic, this W;
Wile
M. Wainwright and executive committee Mistrict
Messrs.V.
advices United States anthe principles for which religious, business; and civic organization -
similar to Federal
States that
troops vacate -
,. liam Moitt, who recently enlisted in that are making plans to begin taki tr subscriptions r
they contended during stupen- well social
- attorneys and marshals with instruc- I Forts Moultrie and Sumpter, in as as every secret,
tions to'release on their own recognizance the army, received orders Tuesday to dous struggle. The issues which unhappily -! Charleston harbor, and in answer to and fraternal society to join us in the immediately. )lr.: X. T.
report for duty at Fort Scriven, Ga. divided the two great sectionsof patriotic and humanitarian work thatis Ritch is a member of the executive
.tjl all arrested by marshals this demand he started steamer the
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lit :i. or deputy persons marshals, or by state, They left Thursday in obedience to the our common country for so many ;' 'Star of the West,' with large reinforcements thrust upon us during the week of committee of North Florida 'ranch,
I order. years having culminated in an appealto Anderson then June 18th to 25th, so that our state American Red Cross: and Dr. A. H.
to Major ,
.t,! I in 18(51( were"tte! l by the be Freeman is chairman of the IStarke
; A FLAMING CHARIOT. arms < in command'at Sumpter. The South may justly proud of doing our duty
:ST.; MARK'S CHURCH. stern arbitrament of war in 1863; and Carolina state troops demanded of and that we be not ashamed becausewe Branch. :
:iifi1 S. the people of the South have no desire -I Major Anderson the surrender of the neglected this great call, the greatest The Flag-And \ ou. |
Monday afternoon Roadmaster 11. to resurrect these issues for fur- and most vitally important of its You fling out Old Glory; you sing her
motorcar Morning prayer and sermon, fort, and upon his refusal, opened fire
A. Bryan boarded his railway ther but having in good kind believe that has proud story: ,
disputation
south- Evening and address, 7. and soon reduced it, and thus the we ever come ; 3
the song
rs..;J. and rode gracefully to faith the result to Her thrills through.In .
school 10 accepted prefer to us as a city, state or nation. history you
his Sunday a. m. great struggle began.
"';'4 ward. He was accompanied by M. M. FRYER, contemplate in brotherly! love the glories It is hoped that the -leading men in peace, you march near her; Vou bid
- ;>I IIt colored assistant. The captain was in Rector. of a reunited, happy and contented "President Lincoln immediately issued each town in the county will get to- people cheer her; t
a hurry to reach Hampton before the country, while indulging the fervent a call for 75,000 volunteers with gether at once, form their own com- You're glad she stands ?ua ;d over
arrival there of No. 4. But, lo, when that this shall which to coerce these Southern states,
hope great republic mittees and obey the call and procla- you.
he reached the latitude of the Ice Factory CARD OF THANKS. and then the war, destined to be the
forever remain an inestimable bles- mation of President Wilson and rallyto But, friend, in what manner Jo you
the car became enveloped inflames ,. sing to mankind. most fearful the world had ever pre- the need of the hour that the country serve the banner? ; ;;
i The occupants thrashed the We wish to thank our friends for "While we love the one country and viously known, was on in earnest. may be prepared to give proper Is your part just plaudit. and brag?
flames with red and green flags but to the many kindnesses shown us duringthe the one flag, we of the South do not "During the years of discussion of care to our own soldiers in camp and Do you see but beauty \\heN i others
no purpose. When they reached the long illness of our father, the late need to apologize for the action of the the momentous question which led to on the battlefield, as well as to con- read duty t'
Call street crossing the car was stopped James Green. You have our deep and veterans of the Southern Confederacyand the war, in the thick of the heated tinue to comfort, nurse and furnish How much have you put' tn your
and they jumped to the ground lasting gratitude, and we pray that their comrades of the 'sixties.' No debates in the Senate, was the tall, medical aid to our allies on all the flag? i
with such speed as they were capableof I you may have as loyal friends when true son of the South would apologizeand slender form of Jefferson Davis, the battle fronts.It ; \
while the wood work of the car the hour of trouble comes to you. no brave son of the South would peer of any man who ever occupied a is earnestly hoped that people of 'Tis not her star cluster, 'tis not herstripes'
burned up as if nothing had happened. (Signed)- J. L. Green, Mrs. J. M. respect him if he did. It would serve seat in that historic chamber. It is a wealth throughout the state will vol- luster \

j Minton, Mrs. G. W. Hinson, Mrs. Bes- no good purpose at this time to enter strange coincidence that the two unteer some large initial gifts, so thaton That gives her sublimity, .
As they had seen no one on or near sie Green, Mrs. G. W. Rhame, Mrs. 0. into any extended discussion of the mightiest figures of that greatest mil- the first day of the campaign the Our banner is human; strong wen. and
the track, there could be no German W. Haidth. causes which plunged our country into itary drama of the ages-Abraham example may be set so that the goalof brave women j j
propaganda responsible, and some the War between the States in Lincoln and Jefferson Daviswereboth $400,000 apportionad for Florida's Are wrought in the flag of the free. ,
other cause for the fire must be HOG CHOLERA SERUM ACT VETOED 1861. It is sufficient to say that the born in the state of Kentucky, contribution may be assured, and the 'Tis the service they render tlijt, caus-
found. A can full of gasoline had BY GOVERNOR. country for many years had been divided and that neither of them entered this workers .throughout the state enthused es her splendor- '
k been standing near a fast revolving into two schools of political contest from his native state. in their efforts for this noble cause. Without them Old Glory's 5 rag.

wheel, and it was conjectured that the TALLAHASSEE, June 14.-Gov. thought, each contending for the mastery "Jefferson Davis, although born in Let the people of Bradford county all She calls-foes assail her. Will you
wheel had rubbed against the can andttat Catts has vetoed the hog cholera serum and each endeavoring to have its Kentucky, was transplanted to Mississippi work together to raise the sum of help-or fail her? 4
friction had produced heat sufficient bill, because, he says, the boardof construction the constitution written -, at an early age, and his life'sI $5,000 which has been alloted as our How much will you give to your
to set the gasoline afire. health has insufficient funds to pro- into the law of the land. Northern I share. The executive board of Bradford flag? ; ,,
l' With the exception of a few minor : county and the chairman of the Daniel M. Ile .
f f burns the occupants were not hurt. vide free serum to hog owners. statesmen contended that supreme (Continued on Page 6.) 1derson.e

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY JUNE 15.19f.

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,T ii 0 <> GO 0 0 00000 and feed and doctor and nurse the "For in 1905-just yesterday among BODY I OF KIDNAPPED napping Mr. Keet received an anony- I Springfield, Mo., June 10.- A mob
() a 0 hundreds of thousands of victims? the events of prime importance in our mous letter directing him to proceedby of Springfield citizens! bent ore ay '
i 9 RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. o "I think I know. You think that history-all previous charters were CHILD FOUND IN WELL automobile alone through a certain ing the abduction and murdrf Of 1 .
0E whoever did in all other wars and disasters repealed, and the Red Cross was reorganized country district the coming night. I months-old Lloyd Keet,
.i. <$> will do it when war comes to by Act of Congress into the Angry Citizens Scour CountryFor When he observed a lighted lanternby forced Sheriff Wobb to give ,up Bit, .
us. That is, precisely no one! Listen. official relief organization of the Unit- the roadside the letter directed he suspects, swung one of them fb a tree
No one has ever told the frightful ed States of America. It is the only I Murderers of Little was to drive on for a while, return and I in an unsuccessful attempt ti obta
story of the wounded and sick in the organization that can operate to give exchange $6,000 for the child. a confession, and later ret.trrjrt d them l1
wars of history. The plain facts are volunteer aid to the sick and woundedin Lloyd Keet. But that night a tornado descendedon to the sheriff's custody un;armed,
that the tale is horrible beyond all case of war. It is the recognized the count)'.- Roads were all but impassable cording to report, reachit.g re sher at._
imagination. For there was no one official medium for communication be- SPRINGFIELD, Mo., June 9-Baby Nevertheless, the anxious iff's office here. f
that could or ever did care for them. tween the army and navy and the peo- Lloyd Keet was found dead today. The father started on his journey, followedby The mob, numlx-ring for j.vTe 11eu
The utmost ever done was impromptu ple; it is the recognized force for child had been drowned in a well on friends in other automobiles, and overtook the sheriff forty 'mjj.g north,
I charity on the spot. Imagine what meeting national calamity of any kind an abandoned farm at least four days though he drove until dawn he did not west of Springfiel after t rr.y hours
:' YOUR RED CROSS. that amounts; what at amounted to, "Now perhaps you understand. The ago, according to the findings from an receive the signal. pursuit in automobiles, 5
for instance, at Solferino, where thirty President of the United States is at autopsy, when the band of kidnapperswho From day to day the search for Sheriff Webb nade ao; aPteal* that
-- thousands French and Italian and Aus- the head of it. The army and navy took him from his home Wednes- Lloyd grew more minute. The coun- the law Le allowed to tak i't
Founded to Aid in the Prevention and trian wounded lay in agony for days are represented upon its board and depend day r.ight of last week began to fear ty authorities bent every energy in but leaders of the mob inf.sted course,
Alleviation of Human Suffering in while the campaign went on. That upon it. Foreign countries rec- capture. this effort to catch the kidnappersand I possessing C. J. Piersol, fi n whom OQ
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Times of War and Peace-An Organization was in 1859. I mention Solferino be- ognize and respect it and its ensign, Tonight scores of Springfield men to save the child. Arrests were they believed they might ,-xtrt a
of the People by the cause that torture chamber of neg- in peace or war. It belongs to you. It in automobiles were hurrying in pur- made and seven persons are held, fession. con.
I'eople, for the People-A Part of lected horrors seen by a Swiss touriston is a voluntary organization of the peo- suit of the county sheriff's automobilein charged with conspiracy to kidnap With a rope around his seek the
Your Life and Your Inheritance asIn that battlefield is the proximatecause ple of the United States for your pro- which seven persons suspected of other persons, but not one was defii- reports said, Piersol was 1 1.lio ;
tree
.A .'. American. of our sitting here. Nurses tection. If you lived in Dayton, Ohio, complicity in the kidnapping and mur- nitely charged with taking "Buddie" and given an opportunity tl1 ,confess
there were none. They were unheardof. when the whole city was washed away der were being taken to the State prison. Keet. He denied his guilt, and w?} sw
The whole discussion was about two Preparations for the tragedy were and the vandals came in as the water : The pursuers have declared their Anger Flames to White Heat up from the brnund and 11spended
dollars. During a lull in the Defense unknown. There was no agreementof receded from your ruined home and intention of taking summary ven- This city, knowing that little Lloyd until he was black in tht fa2?' iDlm
Campaign at the Willard Hotel, my any sort giving the medical corps drowned neighbors, you would know geance. ?1 J had been killed, was aroused tonightas his captors lowered him al off ered
friend and I had set out to see Wash- protection. And what good thenornow the Red Cross. It was in command.It The body of the fourteenmonthsold it has not been for many years. him another charce for Ka ,fe Pier-
,ington, after the manner of Reuben or ever-could amateur volun- supplied food and houses and nurs- child was found shortly before As a result authorities were taking son again insisteJ, not or8Iy\Jpo kia"
t : come to town. As delegates to the teers, after the fact, accomplish? es and business and protection; money noon today by a sheriff's posse which every precaution to prevent violence. own innocence, but decLirfd'that: the
National Security League Conventionwe "This Swiss-Henri Dunantwrotea and trained men, and meat and drink. had gone to a "haunted" house long No secret was made of the feeling and i four men and one woman rider
.' : had come from a region sufficiently tract, which he called 'Souvenir de "That is, it has these ready and in since abandoned in the Ozark moun- threats of lynching were heard open- I were unjustly arrest -
F bucolic and remote to still retain a Solferino,' with which he made such order, because the people of America tains eight miles southeast of here. ly. The mob pulled accust'I rojv a I ain. telling
r fJ store of pride and confidence in the an impression upon the minds of the belonged to it, and had willingly paid The sheriff was told last night that Mrs. Keet, the baby's mother was on Piersol he must die. Eft he -
;::. I Republic and a fresh and apparently rulers in Europe that he managed to their fees and answered their call. trace of the child could be found on I 1 I the verge of a complete breakdown tonight silent. Sheriff W.Gb theu remained -

startling, interest and enthusiasm for get the powers to send delegates to a I "If you propose to help the woundedin the farm. Straightway he left Springfield physicians said. The fatherwas made another appeal to th* mob not
{ our 'monuments and traditions, com- conference in Geneva, in October, Flanders or to prepare against; the with deputies and the long search grief stricken. Mr. Keet repeatedly to hang an innocent man' and the .J
bined with an absorbing curiosity to 1863, to discuss methods of relievingthe day when we may need help ourselves: I began before midnight.At had offered to pay any ransom prisoners were tjrned otcr see the historic seats of government wounded and the sick in war. if you are inclined to come to the res- they thonught of the sun demanded and promised at one The coroner's inquiry ,iiitc'the; gel "
; and the halls and buildings of the "The upshot was a treaty signed by cue of stricken and afflicted people in well. noon A deputy today lowered into the time that he would not press the pro- case will be held Wl'dne *amorninr. I

Capital. fourteen nations the following year, this country-or anywhere else, for opening while others was held him by his secution if the baby should be returned The baby's funeral will b; held to t
1 Our excursion had carried us as far known as the Geneva Convention or the Red Cross covers the worldtheonly to him. morrow afternoon from te
feet and there found the of family
body
I 1 the Corcoran Art the It efficient and patriotic method was The stolen home here.
as Gallery, on the Red Cross Treaty. providedthat baby was while his par- j '<<
"Buddie" Keet in the
wrapped pink
t way to the Washington Monument. each government extend its sanc- possible is to join the Red Cross. Read blanket which his bed the ents were attending a dance at the I -%
Here Jackson, who is an architect by tion, authority'and protection to vol- the story of the last ten years. It includes night he was stolen-was upon A woman's skirt Country Club here. The child had been : OUR GRAMIFATIUJRS* 1
; profession and a critic in disposition, unteer relief organizations in time of the San Francisco fire, the Chi- left with a nurse and an older son.
", !I stopped squarely and remarked: war; that the privilege of neutralitybe nese famine, the Mississippi floods and too, was wrapped around the body, The abduction was said to have been the drenched horses for coli':. that wu .
and the evidence left those old which
f I 'Now there's a buildingThat's extended by all belligerents to the the Messina earthquake is the sto- who was threw the only into the by committed about 10 o'clock at night. unsafe. way Farris' was iiuiTain and .:
water. Colic
f what I have been'talking about. This ambulances, hospitals, doctors, nurs- ry of Monongahela disaster and baby Neighbors told later of seeing an automobile Remedy does
Father Tries
to Ransom BabeJ. with
f thing has dignity and simplicity and es and all persons attached to the the wreck of the Titanic, the Serbian drive by the house at high away drerching applied on
Holland Keet the father the horses
1 real beauty." medical corps of the armies; and fin- typhus campaign and the Eastland wealthy speed. tongue with a dr;pper that
I He was directing his attention to ally, that the Red Cross, now familiarto disaster. It is like a page from Sher- was given but one opportunity to ran- comes packed in each bott ;. Get it
t, an imposing structure standing back all and respected by all but savages lock Holmes. It is a part of your life som his son. Shortly after the kid- Mob Strings Prisoner Up Temporarily today.Starke We guarantee it. [$ C. Jones,
from the streets in a domain of its should be the universal insignia of and inheritance; it is a good part of Fla. June l-i-15-22-29

: own, occupying the square between volunteers in care of the wounded what makes you proud of your coun- t -- -_.
-
the Gallery and the Memorial Hall of "It seems incredible that this sim- try. These things are handled. Yes. ?: r. .:: _
: the Daughters of the American Rev- ple Christian ide a is hardly more I By Whom? By the members of the General InsuranceI i COFFINS CASKETS

I r olution. than half a century old; but no more American Red Cross volunteers. Thereis represent none but FIRST J. R. Davis And a full JiM o*
It was an impressive and stately astonishing than that we depended up- not a man alive in the Republicwho I
building of white marble, of classical on unskilled and undisciplined and unorganized would not have answered had he CLASS companies and will be Undertakers' Supplies
t design, supported by a line of tall Co- amateur endeavor to care had a personal call to stand by on any constantly on the alert to pro- & Company it Always on hand. The Lest service -
$ rinthian pillars. Its ranks of broad for our own soldiers during the Civil of these occasions, had he known it. mote your interests. Guarantee at the lo-jrest prices Special
( windows, set like panels in the wall, War. Nobody can over-estimate the Well, you had the call, and so did I. courteous treatment to all pa- attention to telegraph rderi.
t and wide inviting entrance suggested stretchers and blankets and gruel, The Red Cross does it. If you belong, trons. A well written policy bya
it to be the executive office of some to whom our building is dedicated, you help. If not, you are among those first-class agent in a first- : INSURANcEI I Registered Embaimer
i great branch of government. This but, in view of our recent thorough that bear the blame for the fact that class company sometimes means i
legend appeared over the portals: "In lessen in the necessity of organization: the Japanese have seven members to much in of loss fire. DeWITT C. !ONESuc'sr
case by
f of the Heroic Women of the and ten millions in gold to
memory and iveparation, no intelligent person our one, 1
Civil War." would dream of leaving us to face such I our one. Do you understand-or do H. C. RICHARD Starke i Starke, :-: Florida j!; to G. C. Livingston & Co
Feeling something of the justifiable another situation. you want back your two dollars?" Starke, Fla..
C pride and patriotic ardor of the ancient "You probably supposed-as any s !' !.* ..!.. :+;.. : .-"

Athenians when they gazed up- one would-that the government of AMERICA- J
on the Parthenon, we started up the the United States had department -
some great Ik ---.f t
: broad stairway to investigate. A tab- -
:
to meet this most
exactingof
.; let of marble on the first landing of I am the refuge of the oppressed,
all services in the field had
the inside stairs told the story: mous stores of bandages and, bed enor-aH am I am the the harbor boast where of the ships free.I .may rest ::1

:! A MEMORIAL stretchers andb lankets andg ruel, Safely 'twixt sea and seaI HULL' S Department I
BUILT BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE thousands of nurses trained ready togo hold up a torch to a darkened world,
I UNITED STATES CITIZENS AND PATRIOTIC. to the front, and all that. Perhaps I lighten the path with its ray. I Store I-!
you also thought that they had some Let hand keep steady
TO THE WOMEN OF THE NORTH provision to meet the suffering and my t
And let me be ready
AND THE WOMEN OF THE SOUTH misery of great fires and floods and We Cash for I .
For whatever comes my way- pay Country Produce Eggs '
wrecks. Well, they haven't, unless :
HELD IN LOVING MEMORYBY Let me be ready.Oh I ,
A NOW UNITED COUNTRY you count the regular army which has i Corn and Baled Hay. i
,_ i THAT THEIR LABORS TO MITIGATE %HE once cr twice been called in to help. 1 I I'
I'' SUFFERINGS OF THE SICK AND WOUNDED This is all done by volunteer worV. better than fortresses, better than I i I .

'_ IN MEMORIAL WAR MAY IS BE DEDICATED PERPETUATED TO THE THIS And, as in everything else, until rh'S guns, N. B. HULL STARKE
Better than lance or spear FLA. I Ii
SERVICE OF work was highly organized, and sup Ji
Are the loyal hearts of my daughtersand
and trained beforehand
THE AMERICAN RED CROSS plies men prepared _
the truth is that the he'p sons, _
r So that it! These Faithful and without fear.
was great am- was of little avail.
pIe offices and marble corridors, these "The idea gathered force slowly in But my daughters and sons must un-

." i severe and simple and yet magnificent this country. In 1877, a few patrioticand derstand
I quarters were the administrative offi- benevolent citizens appointed That Attila did not die.
ces of the Red Cross. themselves a committee to further the And that they must be ready, .
We learned something that day. It interests of the Red Cross. They fos- Their hands must be steadyIf
was the first definite conception we tered the idea, but they could not or- the hosts of hell come night! .
had of the immense organization and ganize or represent a nation. In 1881, They must be ready.If ,
activity and the reality of the Red they gained sufficient momentum to
;,.' Cross. Here bureaus and de- Jesus were back on the earth with
were incorporate under the laws of the Dis- Pure Ice Cream ; ;
l ;s partments and presidents and secretaries trict, calling themselves 'The American men
1 and directors and chiefs-here Association of the Red Cross.: He would not preach today
; the base for directing relief in all Until he had made him a scourge and .
"This country did not even sign the
t quarters of the globe-divisions for treaty until 1882, and this question, againHe Is Good for You
j : \ military and civil relief, for nurses which any one today will, recognizegoes would drive the defilers away. :
'. r r and supplies and Christmas seals, far to the vitals of the nation, did not He would throw down the tables of '
; medical service and information con- become of national concern until 1900. lust and greed i .:
: cerning the dead and the wounded- Meantime, of course, the Association And scatter the changers' gold. Pure ice cream is a wholesome and nourishing food. Doc- ;

; i f I the headquarter of innumerable chapters struggled on as a kind of private char- He would be ready tor's recommend it for those needing building as well
as
up, I
l and auxiliaries, the home of innumerable His hand would be steadyAs
ity the and
undertaking impossible,
for those
members, the head and the bravely assuming the duties of the it was in that temple of old- enjoying good health. Eat plenty of ice cream- ,
1 I' heart of tremendous He would be it's good for
, a army. whole people. It changed its name to ready.I you. i
j
I About this time we were hailed by a
the American Red Cross in 1893.
r man coming out of one of the offices, "During these years, the conceptionof am the cradle of God's new world Pure, sweet cream, combined with other wholesome ingredients -

who turned out to be an "old acquain- the scope of the work which shouldbe From me shall the new race rise, blended as only experts know how, makes "The i
tance" of Harvard days. I repeatedmy done by such a national body was And my glorious banner must float Velvet Kind" particularly delicious and good. Enjoy it
astonishment to him. unfurled,
"Well," he said, "why don't you greatly scourge enlarged.of mankind War that is overwhelms not only a Unsullied agains the skies. today and every day."The 1

join? My friend here behind the daskat beyond the hope of private charity.The My sons and daughters must be my J
the door will offer no permanent arrival of the Red Cross with sup- strength,
impediment." plies and charity-which, incidentally, With courage to do and to dare Velvet Kind"Cream f
I I joined with enthusiasm. But Jack- was merely assumed by inherent fit- With hearts that are ready,
, son turned and said with his native ness, after the fashion of Admirable With hands that are steady, of Ice Creams I
i bluntness, "Why should I join the Red Crichton-at the appalling scene of And their slogan must be, prepare! .
I Cross!" the Johnstown Flood created an impression They must be ready!

I "Obviously you haven't the vaguest and prestige that has never On Wednesday and Thursday a special cream of rare i
I idea what it is. If you did, you would been forgotten. It became evident to We must muster guns, flavor is featured. Among these are Tutti-Frutti ;
I never ask wh)'." all thinking man that it was not only With a prayer on their lips they Bisque Phez Apricot and Cherry
others
,
,
j "True for y..u. I admit it," said the essential to be ready for national disaster must shoulder arms, many equally delightful.
architect. "I never saw a finer build- to make'it somebody's businessto If we master Huns- Be sure to ask for them. :

I ing for the housing of an idea. But I be ready; but that it would be crim- And Aattila is not dead- "The Velvet Kind" is ,
admit I don't know exactly what it inal negligence not to be ready We must be readyElla! supplied fresh every day in all the
I is" "Obviously this concerns the whole Wheeler Wilcox. popular flavors, from our big, clean factory. Strawberry :

I "Give him your two dollars, and people. And they gladly respond to Chocolate, Vanilla, Peach. All are immensely enjoyable.
come to lunch, and I'll tell you" an appeal. Money and volunteers are MASSEY LEAVES STARKE.Mr. l
I "The trouble with you and our whole plentiful in time of dramatic disaster. Your dealer serves "The Velvet Kind" and the rare

country is that you both take everything But it was not until the Red Cross Geo. L. Massey and family and special flavors, or will do so if you request it.
for granted-the police and the took command that there was any sys- Roscoe Williams left Saturday for
:. t fire engine and the daily mail and tem or method or efficiency or resultsto Jacksonville, where they will make Orders ,.
f.If your morning coffee and the road by be had."Nell their future home. They will be much from Any flavor Churches supplied, Clubs in, Hotels, etc. solicited. .
the front door and the guns at Sandy that is a digression. But it missed here and their many friends any quantity.
Hook. You think they are all provided leads to your two dollars. For those 'wish them good luck.
by a convenient Providence on an days of groping are gone. The pro- : Mr. Massey has conducted a cigar Purity Ice Cream and Dairy Co. r f.
< automatic calendar as a means to obvious posals made by Dunant are now accepted factory in Starke and furnished em- t
I virtue; and that you haven't by all civilized people as a ployment to several persons. His ever Jacksonville, Florida :
anything at all to do with it except to matter of course. The brassard and increasing orders kept him trav- .tt
I enjoy it and criticize any flaw in the flag are the most familiar and welcome eling much of the time, and he was, DEALERS: The superior quality of "The Velvet Kind" pleases old customers
sen-ice. You imagine you are a privileged in the world. And the United therefore, under the necessity of mov- and attracts new ones. "The weekly specials are wonderfully popular. Serve tile
guest being entertained on this States government has taken a handin ing to the metropolis, as offering a "Cream of Ice Creams Wire or write for prices. c'
planet by Undeveloped Resources and placing the Red Cross in a positionto better point for distribution of his cigars .
l the Monroe Doctrine. really represent the country in as well as a larger field of en-
r "There is -great talk these days of both war and peace, here and abroad; deavor. s di
preparedness; to shoot and kill and to make it its own medium for help-
I rV sink and bombard. Who do you sup ing others, and its own insurance Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell
t :, I pose is going to rescue and bandageh' against calamity. everybody. Advertisa

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FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY; TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. .'.\(,. THREE


J he has only to come back in the spirit THE SAME IN PALATKA Fla., says; "I was annoyed for some I Chase The Ache Kill Tfce Pain. i

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I and see DeLand no.wGAINESVILLE.News time by a deep seated pain right over Get busy. Act now. Ae Sloan's

r Palatka Residents Speak Out For the my kidneys and it made my back sore Liniment for your rheuntic* pains,

, was received Welfare of the Public. and lame, when I first got up in the toothache, neuralgiaorv muscles,

[Live State News from Morriston Wednesday morning. The kidney secretions pass- stiff joints, sprains and "trains. Hotter (
night of a runaway engine belongingto ed too frequently. I began taking than anything you ever tried to
It is )
---- the B. D. Morrison Company, which Starke just the same in Palatka as in Doan's Kidney Pills and I wasn't longin soothe hurts, reduce swellifg and in-
caused considerable excitement, and ; our friends there speak out finding out their merit, for they flammation. Cleaner tharf ointments
Told by Our Exchanges. but for the prompt action of citizens in the same glad, earnest way as so I fixed me up in good shape." or plasters, as it does n't clog the

.JI might have resulted in a serious wreck have many grateful Starke men and women Price 50c at ali dealers. Don't sim- pores or stain the skin. L'isy to apply -
spoken in these columns for
and loss of life. Mr. Clark, who has ply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's it penetrates without r.bbing. Al-
I LAKE LAN D.-J. C- Swindell, of I at the extremely high price of $600 charge of the engine, stated that the years W. C.past. Kidney Pills-the same that ways have a bottle of Sl'an's Lini-
of
this city, who was removed from the for the first carload, then dropped to fire had been drawn from the engine's Bryan, the firm of Bryan Mr. Bryan had. Foster-Milburn Co. ment in your medicine chest At your '
& Austin well ,
office of county commissioner by Gov. I $400, and then to $200 and since has furnace, but in some manner unex- known grocers of Le- druggist, 25c, SOc, $1. | ((2))
Catts, has resumed his seat on the been pretty steady at from $100 for plained the engine started off and man and Eleventh streets, Palatka, Props, Buffalo, N- Y. (34) *-

board the Senate having refused to small melons to $200 for good ones- gained the main line of the Seaboardand How It Works. '

concur in his removal. which are good prices headed north before it was dis r. The man who Imninc; hi'.w'lf Indic- .

covered. This was just before the penslhle Is. of course. th,' unt' who
southbound for Invernesswas Imagines! his loss wuulilt !be irreparable -
AUGUSTINE.-A tornado of passenger
ST. TAMPA.-Will Ingram, the Plant 1
considerable intensity swept over a City negro who walked back from due, and there was no little ex- TEAM WORK and he usually turnout strong

part of St. Johns county Monday on Philadelphia to stand trial for the citement as to what damage the wild in nothing but imagination.( Buffalo

morning. A number of houses were murder of his wife, several year ago, ,engine might do. A phone messagewas Times. i

unroofed, trees torn up by the root was formally sentenced to life imprisonment sent to Montbrook however, and
and considerable damage done to the Saturday. Judge FrancisM. G. M. Highsmith succeeded in warn- CLIP THIS OUT AND PIN

crops. Robles pronounced the sentence. ing the counductor of the pasenger WINSPulling ON YOUR WIFE S D?ESSER

After his crime, Ingram fled from train which happened to be a few min- .

BUNNELL. -Flagler county, re- Plant City and wandered about the utes late. The runaway engine was
found half way between Morriston and Cincinnati Man Tells How to
haunted
country, continually by
created by the legislature from remorse -
cently for his deed. He several Montbrook, where it had gone "dead"on Shrivel Up Corns or Calluses
wrote
portions of St. Johns and Volusia the track. in single harness is a hard job, but team
counties, announces a great barbecuein months ago that he had staffed to So They Lift Off With
the heaviest load.
walk back from Philadelphia and work lightens
honor of the event on Monday, July sev-
erel weeks later appeared at Plant TAl\IPA.-Warrants charging in- Fingers. ;
J. Catts ,
with Gov. Sidney as chief
2nd,
orator. City and surrendered. At the trial In- cendiarism with intent to defraud the This bank is the team mate of its customers. It tOuch

gram stated that he had shot his wife insurance companies were issued Sat- cares for their savings, pays them interest on their ? ? Thy; kind of

TALLAHASSEE.-Dr. W. H. Cox because she was unfaithful to him, urday afternoon against five white ,. deposits, and does its share in lightening the loads of rough talk will be heard Ics here in f
declaring that he had brought her men and one woman in connection with town if troubled will
was elected state health officer, with here from Alabama because she was an incendiary fire in a store buildingon life. follow the people advice withcorns this Cin-
simple of
Dr. Hiram Bird as his assistant, at the too fond of the attentions of the men the northwest corner of Nebraskaand 1 ,
cannati who chiivns! that
organization of the afternoon.new state The board board of in her home town. Henderson avenues Saturday Open an account with us and let's pull together. j few drops authority of a drug, called freezone a

health Saturday morning. The arrests followed the
when applied to a tender, aching cern
will hold their next meeting in Jack- I
the fire and
sonville. TAMPA.-That Tampa is enjoyingher discovery by department or hardened callus stops .yreness at

share of prosperity in shipbuilding the police that elaborate preparationshad BANK OF STARKE once, and soon tie corn or illus: dries
-- been made for in {
a conflagaration and lifts off without
is in evidence according to an an- up right pain.
PALATKA.-The banks of Palatka nouncement made by Ernest Kreher, the store building, which was operated He says freezone dries immediately; ,
have subscribed for a total of $30,000of as a grocery store by Martinez.The inflames irritatesthe
president of the Tampa Shipbuilding COUNTY AND CITY and never or ever
the national war loan, better knownas I and Engineering Company. He has fire was seen by persons in the STATE surrounding skin. A sijiall, bottle

the Liberty Loan bonds. Now all offered the entire facilities of the building across the street, and the DEPOSITORY will cost very little at any 8rug store
three of these bands have cooperated alarm was promptly turned into the but will hardor
Tampa plant to the shipping board, positively remove very
for receiving subscriptions for the and if it makes material and labor fire department. When Chief Mat- STARKE FLA : soft corn or callus from one's feet.
bonds from their friends and customers thews arrived the store ,
building was
Millions of welcome
available the local concern"can put out( American women will ;
will found locked and barred. One of the
and customers to sub-
urge six or eight steamers at a time, the )I this announcement since the inauguration ,
scribe.BARTOW.Dr.. time depending entirely upon labor fieremen broke into the rear entranceto of the high heel. If your

and delivery of material. The find the interior of the store a roar- --- ------ ._-- -. -- druggist doesn't have freezone tell him
concern ----- -- -- --
Griesemer of the started work Tuesday laying the ing pit of flame. Quick work on the to order a small Mottle for ysu.

bureau of animal husbandry of the keel of the first two 3,500 ton freighters part of the department extinguishedthe (61)t
fire and the evidences of the incendiary
United States department of agriculture for which it has been assemblingfor -. .
who is making his headquartersin several weeks. The laying of the nature of the fire fairly ... ;;: ,

Bartow, states that eight cattle dip- keel will be completed soon, and from startled the men, so plain were all For the Good of \ .

ping vats are now completed and that that date the work will be rushed at preparations to be seen. Maldnf

within 60 days there will be 50 readyin top speed. The keel of the second of
this county. The county commis- these vessels will be laid down within GOVERNOR VETOES PRIMARY Attractive Walls

sioners sometime ago appropriatedthe the next thirty or sixty days, and BILL; BRYAN'S LAW STANDS Trade in generaland i

necessary money for the construc- work will be rushed through. It is I i

tion of vats under federal supervision. hoped to complete th ships before the Bill Presented Many Defects Through

next year arrives, and the second vessel Its Hasty Passage. I i

CRYSTAL SPRINGS.Seventyfive soon afterward. Your Business I

negroes, men and women, of various TALLAHASSEE, June 9.Governor -

I ages, enroute from Tampa to ST. AUGUSTINE.-From present Catts today vetoed the Terrel primary I i iI

Pennsylvania, were put off the regu- indications St. Augustine will have bill. This leaves the Bryan primary ti I IJ:4 <

lar Tampa-Jacksonville night passen- one of the most active periods of con- law in effect. in Particular I t i 4

ger train at this station Wednesdaynight structive work during the summer and The message reads as follows: I \
because the white man who induced fall that has been experienced here "All laws and regulations havingfor III I .
i iIf w.
them to leave Florida for the I
for and
many years, every ablebodied their purpose and control and reg- I .
North failed to meet them at Plant workman will have no difficulty in ulation of the rights of suffrage shouldbe I
walls crocked
City as agreed and furnish transpor- -- your plaster ore
finding employment. Foremost among passed only after mature, deliberate and broken don't have them s
tation for the remainder of the jour- the handsome structures to be erected and patriotic consideration. This patched- breaks will purely

ney. will be the new Flagler hospital. This bill was passed without such consider- come again, and again.

will be fireproof throughout, or artis- ation and passed in the last momentsof For walls that will be durable
tic architectural design and thoroughly the session just prior to adjourn- r
PALATKA.-Thursday a party of end handsome-yet economical,
motorists from this city witnessed a equipped in every department. The ment. There are so. many defects in just nail .

very unusual accident on the road be- new hospital building itself will cost the bill that it is unworthy of serious F

tween here and St. Augustine- car upwards of one hundred thousand dol- consideration and I will therefore not Advertise.I
lars. The contractor and workmen undertake to make in
objections
from Dade county en route to Jack- my
sonville was traveling at high speed will be busy for the next few months detail. While the present primary law NEPQNSET

and in rounding the curve this side of rebuilding the county courthouse and is objectionable and needs some few I

Elkton ran into a ditch, turning completely the structure will ,be finished and occupied amendments, it is far superior to the

I over, spilling the luggage allover by next fall. proposed bill." the I WALLBOARDFor
We have circulation
the county, but without even injuring Despite the fact that the men who Walls
and
slightly any of the five passen- KEY WEST.-Miss Gertie Bush composed the legislature were com- Ceilingsoverthebrokenplaster.Itcomes

gers. The car, after much work, was was killed in an automobile accident mitted practically to a man, to passa

set right and they drove on, none the which occurred on the county road primary act that would do away
finished in two
ready styles,
with the dual obnoxious -
voting system so F
worse for wear.PENSACOLA.J..
about 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, quartered oak finish and cream.
to the people, it was not until The
when thecar she was driving collided white. }
the hours of the session
closing #
W. Collins, of i with a car ahead with such force at that the bill, which the governor has It is waterproofed and can be ,

Santa Rosa county, has forwarded an to overturn the Bush car, throwing just vetoed, was put through. It pro- cleaned with a damp cloth. .
Miss Bush through the windshield.Her .
appeal to Governor Catts for protec- skull fractured and accord- vided for a return to the two-primary Bradford County Telegraph It need not be painted but can

tion, claiming that his life is in jeopardy was I plan, with voting in plain sight of the be,and the waterproofing serves a
his home was destroyed by dyn- ing to a physician summoned death election boards, with the cost of the I os a primer, saving a coat of

amite, his life was attempted when was instantaneous. Both cars were primary resting on the state and coun- : 'The Home Paper9THE paint
driving slow toward town, the car
. over thirty shots were fired at him ties, instead of on the candidates as i I Only a hammer and aw needed.
driven Miss Bush being in the
and that recently his brother was kill- by rear under the previous primary laws.A I No chips sbavinfs, later i*. ydrying.
ed. He said this was being done by and going at a slow rate of speed according -. .
to witnesses of the accident, I
persons who are attempting to defraud -I II
the Collins heirs of 16,000 acres !. who states that the steering gear be- SORRY LOT.A I QUIGLEY LUMBER & *

of land came unmanagable and that the sec- .
in Santa Rosa and Okaloosa
ond car ran into the left front wheelof SUPPLY COMPANYSTARKE.
.counties. the car ahead. The jury empannelled large insurance company claims
that out of hundred FLORIDA.
one average r 6 1
led ned the verdict of death by
healthy of at the
men twenty-five
ST. '
PETERSBURG.-Prospects are I automobile accident with no negligence -
of
good for Pinellas county, includingthis on the part of anyone. age sixty-five: 1
city, to be "dry" in the next few Fifty-four will be dependent upon K

months, whether a local option elec- relatives or charity. i
II.UlI.-Award of contracts by the Thirty-six will be dead.
tion is
held or not, and whether or not
the trustees of the Internal Improvement Five will still be earning their dai- WHAT IS'LAXFOS'
people vote against the sale of li-
fund for the construction of the Dan- ly bread.
CAR
quor. The liquor dealers of this coun- UNIVERSAL ?a
ia cut-off canal and the continuanceof Four will be wealthy.One .
ty are preparing to out of business
go work on the Miami and South New I will be rich.
and are not buying new supplies, try- T" L L
ing to get rid of the stock of goods liver canals, together with the recent
creation by the legislature of the Na-
GIRLSYITEN! SKIN
now on hand. The high prices of
B- Broward and Southern Wherever Ford have pioneered Ford ser-
whiskey caused by the new government poleon cars IAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA,
WITH LEMON JUICE
in the war taxes and the slacking of drainage ities in the districts near ,future insures which new is activ-be- vice has kept pace. It is the factor which strengthens A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE
demand of liquor are given as
the reasons for the closing of the sa- lieved to create a new Everglade Make a Beauty Lotion For A the personal relation between Ford owners and CATHARTIC AND MR TON.C ,
boom. Recent sale the trustees of
loons. by LAX-FOS is not a Seciet or Patent Medicine -
the $3,500,000 of Everglade drainage Few Cents to Remove Tan, the Company. To get the best possible service I but is composed of the following

bonds makes certain the completion Freckles Sallowness.Your from your Ford car, birng it here when it needs old.fashioned roots and herbs: $
,; ATEE-Announcement has without further unnecessary of the St I CASCARA BARK
been made by members of a large Lucie canal and the locks which to- attention and get the benefit of Ford supervision BLUE FLAG ROOT r"

lumber concern that the Manatee gether are designed to control the overflow grocer has the lemons and any throughout. We use the genuine Ford parts and RHUBARB ROOT ;
Lumber Company will locate its sawmill of Lake Okeechobee, leavingthe drug store or toilet counter will sup-
in this city. A tract near the canals already constructed and ply you with three ounces of orchard give you the benefit of the regular standard Ford BLACK ROOT i
MAY APPLE ROOT'
East and West Coast railroad has partly constructed, free to take care white for a few cents. Squeeze the '
Wn secured by the company and the 'i of the rainfall in the 'Glades. juice of two fresh lemons into \ bottle prices. SENNA LEAVES 1

city council has been requested to then put in the orchard white and Touring Car $360, Runabout $345, Town AND PEPSIN ,
grant a franchise for the operation ofa shake well. This makes pint In LAX-FOS the CASCARA is improved by
DELAND.-This is famous for a quarter
city Car $595 $505 Sedan $645 all f. b.
team Coupelet o. the addition of these digestive ijigredients -
road
from the mill to the river cf the very best lemon skin whiten
its trees. It is a small city, with a
it better than CASCARA
hu some distance away. The company college air, and its trees are so plentiful and complexion beautifier known. Detroit On display and for sale by making,and thus the combination ordinary not- .S;

recently purchased the timber of that they line both sides of each Massage this fragrant, creamy lotion A. W. and G. A. Anderson only as a stimulating laxative and:thar-- ,
2,600 acres of land near the Miakka street, and so big that they meet in daily: into the face, neck, arms and tic but also as digestive and liver tonic.

section. Mora than 1,000,000 feet of arches high overhead. Wide streets hands and just see hw freckles, tan, Starke, Fla. Syrup laxatives are weak, but Lx-Fos

stumpage is estimated on the tract. have a third row down the center. And sallowness, redness and roughness combines strength with palatable, aromatic -
disappear and how smooth, soft and taste and does not gripe or'disturb
about these trees there is a story. I
clear the skin becomes. Yes! It Is thestomach. One bottle wilUprove F
WAUCHULA.-About twenty-five Some lover of trees must have been
carloads of watermelons have left this among the early settlers, for the town ha n;.If ss, and the beautiful results I LAX-FOS Indigestion is or invaluable Torpid Liver.for Constipation Price SOc., (

place the past week, making seventycars passed a law allowing fifty cents rebate will surprise you ((1)8: ;

for the season. The drougth cut on taxes for each tree planted by
Whenever You Need General Tonic I 1' ] it ttueaoj o.i .
down
the yield to a great extent, and property-owners, the money being paid Take Grove's 'I' s7tis4f'f4dtA< P'01'gluo') !L'l! S'M
t yet the prices have been such that after the trees had taken root and i pAtlxty! n l Old Standard Grove's Tastelew
The
doubtless every grower has made money shown that they intended to live. The valuable I pa3a !ldnQ .s"a, uayoJB
chill Tonic is equally as a
out of his crop. The melon deal people went out into the woods and contains *>]
General Tonic because it the Vlj 3 ll NOS 'Vr.c'
1. with the growers has been much like roundabout and brought in wild trees, well known tonic properties QUININ E J (') : -. u1c' ) j.dOS3
jl. the<< vegetablee deal this year, and that principally live oaks and if anybodyin i and IRON. It acts,on the Liver, Drives !
iJ Is there has been a steady demand the little town doubted then whether out Malaria, Enriches: the Fond and A3 VCJ:3_ :
and good prices. The melons startedf trees were worth fifty cents apiece, I Builds up the l\hole System SC ,..rus
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 1:;, 1917. i
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MY Todd, James Waters, Lawton Thomas, Alfred Waters Tom Watson Thomas Thomas Colley Whittemore, \\ 1liar
REGISTRATION.IIST. Thomas, George Waters, Willis Thomas, Reddick Barnum Waters, Oscar Ray Thrower, Eugene Dryden Willard, John Will t" I
Tomlinson, Charley Ward, Hill Alexander Thigpen, John L. Warren, Alexander Harvey Thrower, James Knox Williams, Arthur Boman ...
h Thomas, Rance Wilson, Solomon Thippen Wallace White, James William Turner, Roy Venson Williams, Amos'
Thomas, Samuel Wilson, Willie Cloud I COLORED-16., Underhill, Oliver Williams, Jesse I
Pursuant to Section 39 Registration Reg- WHITE-76. Underhill M. Williams
Thomas, Allan Wilson Waters, Bradie Charley Ed t :!
ulations under Act of Congress approved May Thomas, Henry Rowland Whittaker, Arthur Columbus TOTAL-92. Underhill, Aleck Wiley, George Washington
Underhill Hebron Watts Leonard '
Thomas, Mallory Wilson, Abraham :
18, 1917, the following is a true and correct Thomas James Eddie Williams, Nathaniel PRECINCT 6-STARKE.. Underhill, Thomas Allen Wainright, C. Luian- :'
f # list of of all who have submitted Tunsil, ElaineWhitehead Wilson, Benjamin Max Underhill, Claud Williams Hardy t
names persons Wells *"
4s Underhill, John M. Ruric Alter .
Henry Wilson, Ray Vivian Aarons, Jessie James Jackson, Oliver
t themselves to Registration June 5, 1917, of Williamson Cleveland W. Wilson, Sandy Vany Adams, Valdostos Texas Jackson, Sidney Wainwright, William Marion Wilson, Orren i
? Bradford Florida Willis, Truby Lee Webster, Sherrod Anderson, George Arch Jackson, Fred Williams, Joe Hill Wynn, Gus .
County
Waters, Willie I. Waters, Irvin Archeman Andrews, Romey Jay Johnson, Daniel Webster Williams, Christopher .
W T WEEKS, Willford, Raymond Henry Williams, Willie Ray Alvarez, Britt Johnson,,William Lee WHITE-231. COLOPEIMs[ .
Clerk of Registration Board Williamson, Stephen Williams, Ernest Crum Anders, Owen James Jamison, George TOTAL-317. '
I Waters, SmithWHITE122. Alvarez, Raiford V. Johns, Ab. A
COLORED-51. Alvarez, Errol Johns, Nick
-''t TOTAL-173. Andreu, George Everett Jones, DeWitt Cecil PRECINCT No. 7-HAMPTON. (
PRECINCT No. 1-LAWTEY. Alderman, Thomas Jay Jones, Eugene
;< Anderson, Arthur Johns, Everett Markley Allen Victor Kalch, LeRoy i

Addison, Claude Stacey Moseley, Geo. Washington PRECINCT No. 3-PALESTINE.Arnold Albert, Thomas Johnson, Joe Beckem, Abe Koon, JimBedenbaugh f
Anderson, Samuel McClennan Charley Sanford Barnes, Edgar Johnson, Thomas ElusdusBuddington. Levi Leland Knabb, William *
< Anderson, Andrew Mott, Newman Cone Guilford Johnson, Chester Jackson George Kersey, General Lee Brown Leslie David Keene, James Elzy *
i'. Austin, Geo. Moore, James Thomas Alford, Lewis Johnson, Marion Lester Byrd, John Newman Kersey, Oswood Darling Banks Charley McLane, William Edward
i Addison, Randolph Norman, Wm. H. Anthony, Enoch Kerce William Chesley Peter Bessent, William Abram, Jr.Kite, James, Jr. Cason, Dave Martin, Charlie .
t Allbritton, Samuel Buin Ott, Alex A. Brannen, Arthur Wesley McCullough, Jim Brown, Claude Kelley, Redding Denmark Clark, LeRoy Willard :Mixon, Thomas jj
Brown, Marcus F. Pearce, George Harold Bell James Daniel Forman Moore, Richard, Benjamin Barnes, Alfred Kite, Lester, Allen S. Dukes, Willie Marr, Owen William
? Bradley, Arthur L. Peele, Joe Downing Beasley, Burton Moore, Thomas Edward Bradshaw, Lige King Thomas A. Deal, Kinzy Mott, James H.
4 Burney, Henry W. Prevatt, Edward Calvin Bryan, Duncan Nettles, Philip Philander Bray, William Kite, Perry, Jr.. Flume, Fred Mitchell, Henry Grs.%l
Berry, Isaiah Prevatt, Carl A. Brannen, Lee Nettles, William Henry Burrows Robert Kite, Tate Fort, Jenjamin J. Mart, John I.
4 I. Bohannan, Jerry E. Potts, Grady Coleman, Hiram Lincoln Nettles, Lewis Edgar Brooks, Butler Ezekiel Keller, Isaac John Ford, Falmage Marshall, John Wesk-y
Biggs, Erie Leslie Prevatt, Sylvester Croft, Sammie Pearce, Ocie Olen Baisden, Paul Frederick Lewis, Elam Gowin, Everett Maurice, Erie LesliePhenious
Blanchard, Robert A. Peele, Allen Floyd Coleman, Harley Columbus Powell, Virgel Benton, Ernest James Lewis, Emery Cornelius Geter, Charley Ben.
Boroski, Ellis Prevatt, Jefferson Crews, James Lesley Powell, Morgan Baxter Brown, Eugene Lewis, Thomas Jefferson Hunt, William Charles Parrish, Jesse ]
Burney, Everett E- Pearce, Arthur C. Clemons, Henry James Pearce, Jesse Harris Butler, Julius Leach, Otis Elliott Hall, Luther Blenus Rowell Henry i ,
t Bradley, M. L. Robinson, James A. Clemons, Brazzte Jones Pearce, Lonnie Monroe Brown, Willie August Lee, Richard Lon Homan, Stafford Ellsworth Ross, John William}
} Brown, George Wilmot Roberts, John M- Dicks, Joseph Henry Roberts, Seth W. Bush, Willie Elbert Lightfoot, Robert Ivey, Vivian McHatton Swindel, Dave W.
'I Carter, Dave Rigdon, E. D. Durden, Willie Winford Rivers, Thomas Aaron Bryan, Andrew Jackson Lundy, Dozier Emiel Jones, Leander Sascer, Eon ; 1
Clark, Joe Reddish, John T. Dobbs, Josie Odis Roberts, Mabry Doughtery Carter, Joseph James Lee, Ernest Eugene Johnson, Sanford A. Varnes, Jim :,
Crews, Lewis Rowe, Edward Douglass, Norman Stafford, Elijah Ozias Canova, Joseph Francis Jr. Lindsey, James James, Richard Whitten, Charlie t 4
Crawford, Thomas J. Robinson, Union Elixon, Mason Shaw, Bert Augusta Clarity, Joe Lee, CharlieCarpenter Johns, Elkin Perry Watterson, Kad Mil1Weathersby .
Carter, Marvin H. Rosier, Elisha Elixon, Oscar Alonzo Tomlinson, Frank Butler David Powell Law, Blanchard D. Johns, Levy Elkin Jeff Da'I'I j
j Chancey, Nigel Grady Reddish, Ury Elixon, George Spottman Tedder, Dexter D. Carter, John Collier Lee, Carlos Jones, William Jacob Watterson, Martin Luther
Davis, Jerry Miller Rosier; James Gainey, Clause Ardell Taylor, Andrew Jackson Crews, Kirby T. McRae, Daniel Oates WHITE-32. COLORED-16. i
Davis, Randolph K. Starling, John Ardell : Greene, Marshal Joseph Tyson, John Oscar Cribbs, Luther H. McFashion, Nick
.1. Dinkins, Paul Leroy. Starling, Brooks Evans Hodges, Lem Columbus Williams, Alexander Cooper, Robert Reynolds McFashion, Jacob TOTAL-48. it i
Davis, Louis Anderson Stanley, Cephens Harnage, Alex Preston Williams, George Daniel Crosby, Herschell Knight McKinney, Ernest
.j Davis, Jack Smith, Richard Harris, John Henry Williams, William Lesley Cooper, Luther Gracie McGill, Richard PRECINCT 8-RAIFORD..
Davis, Leonard George Strong, Sammie Hall, Harley William Weeks, Jacob Guilford Conway, William Leonard McKinney, Carl i
i f! ;' Edwards, William Howell Strong, Eddie Hurst, William Daniel Williams, Jacob Gordon Calaway, John McClenaghan, James Russell 1 Andrews, W. H. Jr. Howard Mack A. I
; Eunice, Edward Jackson Sapp, James Roscoe Henson, Elijah Williams, James Riley Carlton, Isaac Blake McBride, TomMcKinney Andrews, Rance J. Jr. Harnage, Anderson{! J.
I Eunice, Julius S. Stobre, S. M. Johns, Jesse Oliver Clark, James W. Ira Addison, Arthur L. Heil, BenJohnson
1 Franklin) Robert H. Stewart, Gilbert WHITE-57. COLORED-2. Coleman, Elijah N. McKinney, John Andrew J. Alvarez, Joel C. John *'
Futch,. Silas J. Smith, George Theodore Crosby, Colley Claud McNeal, Clifford Andrews, A. Dennis Jones, PaulJohnson
Fox, John Joseph Sapp, Arthur M. TOTAL-59. Crosby, William Tate McCoy, MackMcKinney Andrews, Benj. D. I. Holland'
1 Forsyth, Bennie Starling, Jesse Clark, Arthur Davis Volley Allen, James Johns, Ntlvy ;
Gaskins, John L. Starling, Joseph Josiah PRECINCT No. PROVIDENCE.. Clark, Isaiah McMillan, Paul Silas Burgess, Walter L. Jones, Charles A. ,
I Griffis, Carlton Starling, John H. Connedy, Henry McRae, William Rhodes Black, GeorgeBloodsworth Jones, J. Clifford '
,j Griffis, Truby Starling, Arthur Beilling, Addis Ashley Keith, Hutson Cone, Robert C. McFashion, Clifford Charles Jones, Alphonso i
Griffis, Elisha Starling, William Beilling, Onice Calwell Keith, Walter Cason, OssieCaraway Moody, James Thomas Browning, William A. Johns, Brady *
\ Groves, William D. Strickjand, William Roscoe Beilling, John Drayton Keith, Wesley Bose ," Arthur Moody, Purvis Bryan, Wilson Johnson Orveed J.t
I Greene, Owen E. Stunck, Edwin Lowell Beilling, Sidney Franklin Knight, Matthew Cady, Guy Chester Moseley, Richard Marvin Byrd, Ernest Johns, Everett
Houston, Emanuel Thompkins, Armett Beilling, Otis Knight, Mark Carter Nathan Mayo, Albert, Julius Byrd, J. Edward' Johns, Louis
I Hogan, Julius Torode, William E. Beilling, John Wesley Laskett, Collee Crawford, Lonzo Miner, Leon Everett Bradley, Daniel E. Keith, Lee
; Howard, Noah Testone, James Blain Brooks, DeWitt Lewis, William Tallie Crosby, Ruby Raleigh Mills, J. B. Beatz, James Kelly, Blake B.
i Jackson, Samuel Taylor, Leonard D. Brown, Perry Davis McClennin, James Crosby, Rufus Melvin Moore, Charles F. Bell, Vander Kennedy, Arthur ;
Johns, Ernest Covada Tillis, Wesley Beilling, Romoa Mixon Merricks Osgood Crosby, Herman Clower Moitt, William Arthur Conner, James M. Kite, Andrews *
I Kersey, Morgan Riley Thede, Rudolph Richard Bullock, Gilbert Malphurs, Fred Curry, Johnnie Mott, L. G. Crews James E. Lee. Oscar
Lowery, Andrew Vann, Moorer Bailey, Luther Martin, Joseph Darby, John Morgan Mills, Robert Cone, George H. Lewis Ben
I McLeod, William Wells, Ernest B. Brinson, Dorris Maberry, Sampson Diggs, Stephen Morgan, Oran Crews, Arthur L. Lewis, Teddie E. ,
. I McRight, Willie Wilkinson, GordonMcCormick Beilling, Allison Malphus Calhoun Dean, Frank Morgan, Leaton Crews, Chas. H. Lovett, Cornell j
: James 0. Wilson, Marion G. Brannen, Harmon Canelis Nettles, Jacob Guilford Dyal, Martin Moore, Daniel Monroe Cone, James B. McNeal, Clive ] '
I Morton, Thomas H. Wooten, William C. Bell, JohnBrannen Nettles, Isaac Nelson DeSue, Joseph Moody, Larance J. Cannon, Kiler C. :McClenton Mitchell
" : Mosley, Albert Woods, JesseWilkinson William Theodore Nettles. Fred Davis, Ellery McCormick Moore, Manning William Cross, Alex McClain Robert
Myers, Mathew Wesley Brooks, Grady Nettles, James Autler Dell, James Mitchell, -Vascoe Davis, Wash McGlew, Arthur f
k Myers, James Wainwright, James Herbert Bagley, Charley Terry, Boisy Dell, Charles Mitchell, Oscar Davis, Clarence McNeal, James
Muse, Alford Wooten, Grover C. Clyatt, Grover Perry, Dcnnell Dixon, Gilbert Mercer, Joseph Sherman Denmark, John H. Mann, James F. \
f ,I Mahone, Mack Yarborough, Elias E. Castler, Franklin Alva Price, Boston DeSue, Stephen, Jr. Moitt, Orville Leon Dowling, James E Morgan, William r. j i
i WHITES-93. COLORED-23. Clyatt, Walter Neal Renfroe, Claud Dell, Jasper Morgan, Jesse Walter Denison, Raleigh, M. Moore, Maxie j i
II Clyatt, Willard Lamar Smith, Laurence Clyde DeSue, Thomas Lang Matthews, Conway Dyal, Eddie Mann, Math. L. II
I J' TOTAL116. Cumpton, Pierce Erestus Mialler, Tugene Edward Dees, Charles Edgar Morgan, Mattie Marriel Douglass, Henry Newsom, Willie ,
t r Carlisle, Call Wiggins Shaller, Om : Malcolm Dell, Fred Newsom, Clarence Halo Dowling, Jeff, H. Norman, Lonzie J '
Daniels, Zeb Summers, Lonnie Dyal, Berry Norman, William Julius Driskell Simon E. Newsom, ClarencDees .
..1 ; PRECINCT No. 2-LAKE BUTLER. Douglass, Eugene Summers, Oscar I ee Davis, Edgar Newsom, Oscar Townsend George W. Norman, Everett t.-. ;

Andrews, Thomas Adam Jones, Will Douglass, Thomas Fisher Summers, Frank Jjhn Dunkins, Mitchell Norman, William Mack Dyal, Henry Purvis, Clem f
,'Addison, Drew Johns, Silas Douglass, John Martin Shaller, Forrest Satus Dixon, George Newsom, Barnes Eugene Dubose, Willie I. Petty, Rance J. j '
I Addison, Roman Johnson, Henry David Foster Charley Shaller, George Wallace Davis, Lewis Allen Newsom, Ray Dowling Thomas J. Rosier, Elter >
I 4 Andrews, Wesley Lucian Johns, Roscoe Forsythe, William Os. Smith. Isaiah DeSue, Robert Mertie Newmans Ervin, John Ritch, W- Tison I
I Ashley Grover Jackson, Luther Fashaw, Walter Summers, Edgar Walter Denmark, Tate Powell Oliver, Andrew Jordan Ervin, Jim Reynolds, Ed. "
Andrews, William Tucker Kerce, Jesse Milton Gay, Bennie Lee Smith, John Franklin Dossie, Sun Oliver, Willie MartinEllerson Evans, Will Rhoden, Walter i
'Boyle t Frank A. J. Knight, Jesse DeWitt Gay, James Franklin Stewart, Perry Eugene Clarence Prevatt, John Beville Futch, Lonnie H. Rhoden, Lem _
I ''Barrett, Charles T. Kelly, Miles Abe Hedgeman, Ralph Sheely, Fred Edwards, Roy Padgett, John Futch, James E. Rosier, Brantley
I Bailey, Alvin'Bannerman Klondes, Emanuel Nek Holmes, Emerson Taylor, Clifton Clifford Edwards, Henry Leon Porter, Israel Farnell, Wilber W. Roberts, Wash I. 1 :
1 David Knight, Willie Alvin Harris, Elick Taylor, Claud Ester Noah English, James Peek, Sinclair Llewellyn Fleming, James Roberts, Ben ..
.<'11 Brown, Luther Dickerson King, Richard Hardon, Charles Benjamin Tison, William Mason Edwards, Joseph W. Peek, Julian Leonard Finley, Adam Reddish, J. M. ,
I, I Bailey, Henry Law, Henry Holmes, Joe Williams, Relius Fralick, James Orestes Poppell Thomas J. Green, Truby Register, Bart c';
I Bin, PaulChancey Little, John Morgan Harden, Robert Fulton Williams, Benjamin Abraham Forsyth, ,Dozier Young Phillips, Percy Green, Jeff Springs, Chief f
+ John Leon Lawton, Percy Harden, Othello Weeks, JesseWashington Finley, Eugene Powell, Charley Jackson Grant, Herchell Stewart, James J
ji Casan, Cecil Iveson Laurence, Sumter Johnson,. Abram Willie Sellas Finley, Gussie Westley Powell, Luther Giles Green, Rufus Sapp, Adam T. '
r Crews, John Riley Lewis, Frank x Johnson, Robert Washington Jake Forsyth, Roan Daniel Powell William Clarendon Gordon, Carlos C. Smith, I). +
Crawford, Daniel Harmon McGill, DeWitt T. Jordan, Jule Williams, Berry Martin Finley, Sam Perryman, Emmett K. Griffis, John Sapp, Ury G. !
J: Cone, James Oswell McCoy, John Jones, Henry Mack Witt, Drayton William Fisher, Charlie Parrish, Robert Gordon, Sidney D. Sapp, Ellery (
I I Crawford, Andrew Jackson Mercer, Rufus Courtland Jones, Thomas Jefferson Ward, John Josiah Freeman, Henry E. Prescott, Hiriam Andrew Gunter, Ury M. Smith, Henry': {,
+ Crawford, Scott Barum Marshall, Preston Jordan, Matthew Mack Wood, Eben Jackson Graham, William Philips, Wilfred Hardy Griffis, Edmond D. Thornton, Jonas i
!! Crawford, Calvin Mills, James Arthur Jenkins, Robert Williams, Ruby Graham, Willie Henry Rouse, JoeRoberts Griffis, Willie M. Thornton, Otis j
Y I Dukes, John Mathew Morris, William Thomas Jones, John Young, AndersonWHITE62. Griffis, Joe Zack J. Griffis, Joel B. Thornton Joseph' 1
.,i", Durrance, William Mann, Lonnie V. COLORED-34. Griffis, Eugene Rosenberg, Samuel Griffis, Robert B. Tison, Adam i
f!l j Cone, Jacob Dryden Mann, Thomas Griffis, Zenas Zirl Rhoden, Fred Griffis, Earnest Taylor, Elisha a
,; Cone, William Ashton Mann, John Wesley TOTAL96.PRECINCT Goodge, Alonzo Robinson, Randolph Griffis, Nathan Thompson, John a,
1 CunnninghamJohn Mobley, Robert Green[ Everett E. Roberts, Willie Griffis, Lacy Thornton, Oliver L. _
, i Conner, Grover Cleveland Mann, Francis Alexander No. 5-BROOKER.Andreu Green, Lawrence Robinson, John Cummings Green, Andreu Thornton, Henry
. 'i Chastain, Thomas Carter Marvin, Kirby Goodwine, Obediah Ghent Starling, Eddie Austin Griffis, Raymond Varnes, Lacy .
Carver, Schell D. Morris, Jesse James Wiley Michael Jackson Addie Green, Willie Storks, William I Greene, William H. Valencia, Walter S.
I ::.1 t 1 Coffin, George Williams Merricks, Cleveland Andreu, Edward Barnard, Jr.Johns, Willie Silas Green, Ury Morton Starling, Frank I Griffis, Calvin Williams, William C. .-...,
I i. i Coffin, Warren Clement Moore, Alfred Plummer Anderson, William Johnson Charley Griffis, Roan Benjamin Stump, Frederick Field Griffis, Richard Williams, George
: i Dees, Henry Melton Merricks, Willie Baxter, Nathan Eldon Johns, Ruie Brinson Gradner, Frank Roberts, Roy Griffis, James Wingate, Owen C. .
i if.F Drawdy, Forrest Ret Millan, Jessie Mc. Butler, Isham Johnson, Plemon Green, Lorenzo Dow Sapp, William Griffis, W. Albert Whitten, Herbert 1. :
Dekle, Thomas Irvin Moore, Clifford Dickson Barry, Otis William Johns, Ura Dudley Green, Floyd Selen, Johan Ewald Griffis, Ollie E. Williams, Willie ;
Dukes, Buell Mixon, Alonzo Eugene Brown, Leland Artford Knight, Eury Martin Glisson, Orville Sweat, Grover Cleveland Griffis, Bryant Whitehead, Samuel W. I'
Dyal, Enoch Washington Mott, John Purvis Barefoot, Preston Mills King, Robert Gibbs, Ed Smith, Augustus Kirby Ginn, Ernest Weaver, Robert II.
Denman, James MaHamery, Phillip Brown, William Wallace Kelly, Charles Sylvester, Green, Eddie Arthur Starling, James Benjamin Griffis, Lacy Whitten Walter :H. .
I Dove, MoseEubanks Newsom, Benjamin Rhodes Battle, Henry Lewis, Stephen Green, Harvey Simon, JohnSternberg Green, Levy W- Wells, E. W.
Lee Oglesby, William Frank Beasley, William Henry LitchSeld, Theodore Detar Green, Malley Nathan Green, John D. Williams, Lonnie 11I
Finberg, Ben Osteen, PercyOverstreet Clemons, Everett Lynn, Hammond Goodwine, Lem Smith, Elijah I Golden, Wallace Wilkinson Elisha W. t
i Filmore, Richard Arthur Warren Mastin Crews, Calvin Jerard Lynn, Mallie Gatlin, David Langford Stern, Harry I Hudson, Robert Willie, JeffYarborough
Flowers, Mathew Padgett, Sidney Daniel Cooper, Sim Lewis, Josephine Edwin Griffis, Richard Allen Stern, Willie William I Hilliard, Eddie Silas: P .f
Fragle, Anton Shelton Pearce, Mose Virgil Crosby, Simon B. Litchfield, Walter Fuller Gunter, David Shepherd, Raleigh Hilliard, Andrew J. Yarborough, John Edward *|
Fergerson, Lewis Parrish, George Allen Clark, Samuel Richard Lloyd Thomas ChristopherClark Green, Robert Alexis Strickland, Newton Hilliard, Carl L. Young, James W. 4
Goodge, James Wilson Parrish, Norman Sylvester James Murrhee, Lee Goolsby, Lewis Franklin Sullivan, James Ellie Harrington, Edward Yarborough, James C. i
i Gainey, John Wesley Phillips, Guy Vinson Clemons, Ellis Hampton Murrhee, Edgar Blanchard Green Adam Sistrunk, Cyrus Hall Harrell, Sam H.WHITE127.. 7COLOBED34.J
Gainey, Benjamin Frank Parrish, Ranson Franklin Carter, Allen Thaddeus Morgan, Lonnie Goff, D. G. Simmons, Arthur .
Grooms, James Parrish, Rance Conner, George William Mott, Samuel Lamoris Hoffman Rosser Raymond Stern Frank
Glover, Ralph Parrish, Gus Cone, William Francis Merritt, Edward Cornelius Holton John Gid Strickland, Solomon Haden TOTAL161.
Glover, Reuben Price, James Dyal, Reuben Carrie Osteen, Leroy Thomas Hollingsworth. Franklin Strickland William Bryan l!
Hodges, Leon Wilson Parrish, Thomas Ulmer Dyal, James Harvey Pinholster, John Wilson Halligan Ted Hugh Stevenson: Henry Large j
Harris, Jesse Riley, George Davenport, Frank Luther Paulin, Joseph Benjamin Hayes, Willie Sapp, Bolar PRECINCT No. 9-WORTHINGTON.
f Hersey, William Thomas Roberts, Henry Sheppard Davis, EdwinDowling Pinholster, Truby Baxter Holley, William Scott, George Herbert Anderson, Mitchel tanon
.! Hall, Milliard, Shelton Ray, Jesse Earney J. Prescott, Charlie Bryant Harrie Willie Silcox, WalterStringfellow Beilling SylvestPrDukes, Cebron .'
' Malcolm Judson Roberts Lex Dyal Truman Angus Dubose, William! Ray
Hunter, D. Polk, Lewis Dennie Hapiilton, Cupid Willie
i Hendricks, Stephen Butler Rivers, Roberts Fulton Finnie Guss. Padgett, Hampton Hall, Willie Juniper Silcox, David, Levy Gray Bray Barr,, Samuel Ralph Dupree, Jennings Bryant
< Hightower, Joseph Reuben Robinson, Seamore Edmond Fowler, William Cleveland Robinson, St. Marks Haynes Othma Lamar Singleton, Langston Brown Dukes, Drew Hijliard
1 ; Hunter, Leonard Raulerson, Joseph Fowler, Shelly Irvin Robinson, George Clifford Hankerson, Avery Stephens, Joel Martin Matthews Douglass, William Henry
: 'f Hall, Henry Roberts, Lester Groover, Robert Coleman Shriver, John Lewis Harris, Isiah Sapp, Fred Boyd Blair, John Graham Dupree, Gee j
: .. Hicks, Richard Stanton, Howard Francis Ginn, Washington Luther Stewart, Joseph Samuel Hayes, Lucius Stokes, Franklin Curtis Douglass Da via Elmore
I 1 Harrison, Cleveland Smith Willie Hayes, Calvin Brinkley Sweat, Perry Hayes, James ChristopherThomas hooper, Hayes Dukes William ?.IatheW
pan Carefoot
Holmes, Davis Singer, Samuel Hazen, Thomas Clifford Surrency Albert Eugene Harris, Archibald J. Tillis, Aaron Colyer Carlton George H. Dukes Andrew trice -
:j : Hall Hugh Stewart, Elsie Elias Holding, Frank Robson Stokes, Union Gentry Hayes, Scip Taylor, Adam Lee Allen Dukes John Lcpnie
'i Hall Thomas Croft Strawder, James H. Hall, David Silas Sherley, Davis Paxton Hutson, George Tyler, Hallie D, Clark Crawford Wiley Lloyd Dubose, Lacy Oiskins .J.
;sl 1 .f. Hightower, James Stokes, Elbert Hazen, Olen Broward. Stephenson, Clarence Gulipsy Jackson, Marshall Thomas, Archibald J. Charlie A. Dennison Stephen BenjaminCourson
;'t Hendricks, Thomas Andrews Stevens, Uriah Hodge, John Sherley, Thomas William James, Will Tison, James R. Lincy Milton Douglass, MackJDreden
1 Harris, Henry Simmons, Ed. Hodges, George Lee Stokes, Henry Bert Johns, Perry Madison Thomas, Herman Crawford John Daniel Dukes, Timothy| .
'1 Holland, Ardine Norris Townsend, Fulton McZinneyTaylor Hodge, Thomas Stokes, Horace Elard Jones, Fred Guy Thomas Frank Courson, Robert Wesley Dukes, Red'lii'glA.Edwards .
:;. Ivey, Linsey Lewis Columbus Hodge, Henry Smith, Albert Johns, Bert Thomas,, Fred Oliver Davis, William Charlie Watson_
c James, Agnes Everett Thomas, Mack Johns, Lewis Leofrie Surrency, Jacob'Lee Jones, Joe Webster Tillis, Harry Lawson (Continued on Page 5.) *

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r FRIDAY JUNE 15. 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. P4GE FIVE

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Ferguson, Phil Moran, Williams, Roma PRECINCT No. 11GRAHAM.Adams I !

I Fountain, Charlie Noble. Alonzo Drop REGISTRATION BY PRECINCTS.R

Fashaw, Turner Norman, Hancel Isaac Koon, Henry Mans

- Givins, Johnnie Osteen, Charles I. 'P.oy Adams, Linzy Mills, Hesakiah

Golden, Albert Fi-rrish, Elijah Alford: Barry, Geiger LeeIedlock, Jo

Hedgman, Joe Furman Parrish, Leslie Lloyd Brown, Henry Mitchell, Thomas WHITE COLORED

Harrison, Joseph Leonard Parrish, Willie Lee Brown, James Prevatt, Lacy

Johnson, Henry Finkston, Harry Burke, Daniel R. Parnell, Rufus C."C CI'J c C"C -g

Jinkins, Grover Lee Perry, OfSe Bevill, Francis Emanuel Prevatt, Edward James .-o- .0-. E CJ .-41- 0- .CG-. ) 0 L

Jones, Wiley Pratt, John Gould Brown, Sampson Reynolds, Arley Rance c. -c-.c c. -c-E -0

Johnson, Abram Remington, Wiley Burgman, George Yancy Reynolds, Foster oE E ce 03: oE U

Jones, Purvis Rodman, William Byrd, Jesse James Roberts, Joe .c- )CJ( c1 U 2 .c- X CE C,) Z .

Jones, Doris Sullivan, Jesse Homes Crews, Aaron Carson Reynolds, Lacy .-EUJ W -CU.EUJ_ W -CU

Johnson, Acy Shesley, Norman Cobbert, Horace Sheffield, John Roberts 0 0

Johnson, Eason Salet, Jim Dyal, Wesley Elick Surrency, Baby C. 2 C,) 2 to-

Lee, John Swilley, Lewis Gordon Dyal, Thoy Adams Thomas, William Howard

Lapgford, James Mien Thomas, Olson Sparkman Edwards, Johnny Tillis Nathan Otway
Mclntire, Eda Thomas, Beaury Elden Faller, James Wesley Turner, Willie Precinct No. l-Lawtey 38 55 93 7 16 23

McLeod, Oscar Seth 'J'hornton, William Elbert Haystrings, Arthur Williams, Bennie
McDuffy, Ed. Thomas, Leon Ingram, Zeny Wasden, Riley Smith Precinct No 2-L. Butler 63 58 121 32 19 ;, 51

Matthews, Walter McCarty Williams, Joseph Ephrum Jones, Percy Clyde Watts, Johnny Benjamin : ;
JfrLeod, Chester Arthur Williams, Otis Jones, Carl White; Harry Precinct No. 3-Palestine 51 6 57 1 1 2

McNeal, John Bunion Ward, James Kerby Jones, Rufus RoyWHITE23. Wilson, Sam
McNeal, John Henry Williams, Jesse Franklin COLORED-19. Precinct No.4-Providence 40 22 62 25 9 34 '

Othoe Ashbi-ry! White John Hamilton .
Mizell, ,
Mitchell, James Young, Tom TOTAL-42. Precinct No. 5-Brooker 60 16 76 11 5 16


WHITE-57. COLORED-26. Precinct No. 6-Starke 158 71 229 64 22 I. 86

TOTAL-83. PRECINCT No. 12-THERESSA.

I Precinct No. 7-Hampton 27 5 32 12
4'' 16
I Batten, James Oda Phillips, Charles Murvin

PRECINCT No. 10-NEW RIVER. Brown, Jesse Marion Roebuck, Harry Smith I Precinct No. 8-Raiford 88 39 127 21 13 6< 34 rz

} Bartow, Robert Speed, Oram I

Anderson, Jerry Kelley, Lucas Bryant Walter Speed Walter
Precinct
No.9-Worthington 42 15 57
i Allbritten, John Kelley, Benjamin Bryant, Joseph Sullivan, Marion Zeigler I 13 13 26

I Andrews, Rob McClover, Segmore Baylor, Bartow Speed, Titus Precinct No lG-New River 12 4 16 4
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i Berry, William A. McClear, Hezekiah Cooper, HenryHightower Sibley, Isaac Jefferson 17

t Burks, Ed Mosley, Lonnie J. James Lonnie Speed, Dwight
Precinct No. ll-Graham t
13 10 23
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1 Berry, Ed Matthews, Jesse King, Robert Maryland Speed, Ollie 14 19

Cleveland, Sy Redmond, Walter Michael, Joseph Edgar Triest, Sidney Elester
Precinct No. 12-Theressa 15 1 i
16 12
Crews, Pliney B. Reed, Dave May, Horace Drew Veal, James 0 12

Stafford L. Phillips Archibald Mitchell! Louis Wall AlexWilkinson ;
Crews
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Totals for County 607 302 909 207 129 ..336
Dyal, Jim Rodgers, Joshua Phillips, David James Rod

Foster, Lawson Sapp, Willie H. Phillips, William Youngblood, Lonnie Langston 1

Foster, Barney Sewell, Jesse WHITE-16. COLORED12.TOTAL28. NAMES OMITTED FROM REGISTRATIOS +
Johns, Vornel A. Turner, Roan J. LIST. The Average Way. Reducing the HouSt",ld.

Jackson, Samuel Thomas! Jesse One trouble with the country Is the Some little folk \\'rt j playing

Johns, Miller Wynn, Carl C. The following names were omitted way so llIany of our young men feel "kpepin house." Robert ...u: papa

Johns, Clayton C. Zimmerman, Malachi when the registration list was made that th'rl"s no chance! to Jet to too Jan 11I:111111111. After Much ,l m\'uJty In

Kelley, Percy WWHITE16. up for printing: top In his era of combination, consol managing: so hra lirullt!. .. :tl'a Hob-

COLORED-17.! Precinct 8-Burt Seals. illation md big hu8lness. and so conert finally burst r.UI with : 'tiny. there 'i

Precinct 2-Levi Oren Jones. tentE'dly settle down to do as little are too many rhillln'lI In thi' fumlly- f '
TOTAL-33. I
f Precinct 6-Edgar Barnes. work us puslbll'-Ohlo State Journal one of you will Gave tu be'the dog!I" t l

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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Martha Wilkerson _______________ 3 00 Joe Richard do _____________________ S.40 I.
Affie Scott ______________________ 2.00 do ______ 2.69 DRAFTS FOR NEW ARMY %WILL
+ LEGAL NOTICES 4 W. T. Weeks cost ct ct FIRST I Don't Be Afraid of [tends ;
Isaac Clark ______________________ 2.00 W. J. Epperson do _____________ .50 ;
ffffffffffffffftfLEGAL Leonard Altman ____________________ 2.00
Newmans Children _______________ 4.00 W.Geo.J.A.Epperson Gardiner do case__Frank_______Goodwine_________ 2.92 6.60 CoinDon't
NOTICE Mrs. Peter Parmenter _______________ 3.00 Conwav Mathews witness __________ 1.80 Ttiey'reJJke Gold
The County Assessor of Taxes for Bradford Ervin Higginbotham _________________ 2.00 Susie Mathews ______________________ 1.80 BE MADE AND THEN EXEMPTIONSWASHINGTON
; county Florida shall meet with the board of James Parrish __________________ 2.00 Lem Goodwine .__.-_____.__________ 1.50
county commissioners for said county at the Catharine Hampton ______________ 2.00 Annie Goodwine do ______.__..______ 1.50 get 8caren anybody says
clerk'i office in said county on the 2nd day of Addie Silcox _______________ 2.50 ____________
Harris __________________ 2.50 W. T. Weeks cost ct ct do 1.11 "bonds." One reason why ;nost people .
July, A. D. 1917 at 10 o'clock a. m. sr.d Hannah W. J. Epperson do ______________.. 3.90
__________________ 2.50 bonds Is h
may continue in session from day to day for Clara Sparkman ______ know very little about
W. J. Will White 5.15
Epperson case June l.t-With
one week or as long as shall !N> nectary Eliza Williams ____________________ 2.50 _______________ .
for the purpose of hearing comu'.ninta and receiving Alice Bryant ______________________ 2.50. I Eva Minnie Dorsey Durant do witness______________________ 2.00 2.00 registration day a thing of the past, large percentage of steel workers, all that usually they cost aroijnd $1,000 sy
testimony as to the value of any yroperty Maggie Bryan ------------------------ .50 I Mills Bailey do ________________n___ 2.00 the problems of the draft and of exemption national and state officials membersof each, and you and 1 don't f uy $1,000 :.,
fixed Julia Lee ______________________ 2.50 ,
the
real or personal as by county Joe Bailey do ___________________ 2.00 things every day. But oar United <_
Rice ________________ 2.00 from military service are occupying -
assessor of taxes and of perfecting reviewingand Bristol _____________ those religious sects whose teach-
equalizing the assessments for the tax Silas Scott _______________________- 1.50 Clayton Cromady do ________ 2.00 the attention of administration States is now issuing Unl led States -
Laura Wilkinson ___________________ 4.00 W. J. Eperson cost ct ct do .25 ings oppose war, and single or mar-
year, A. D. 1917. W. G. Seals.1 p case Presley Williams 2.70J. officials. There is Liberty Bonds that cost as J-i.w as $50, 1 t
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Given this 15th day of June. A. D. 1917.N. F. Johnson d s do __________________ 33.95J. ried men with dependent families. and it's high time now to lefern that a
D. WAINWRIGHT Total ___________________________ 167.00 F. Pohnson witness ________________ 1.00A. the first draft of men registeredfor Tentative plans provide for the
County Assessor of Taxes.S. General FundW. A. Durden do _____________________ 1.00 military service will be made byi I of each to nominate the bond Is the safest investment on earth. J
T. DOWLING. T. Weeks clerk pd postage, express Fred Brown do ______________________ 1.00J. 1 but the much mayor city On the United States Liberty Bond .ri
Chairman Board of County Commissioners etc ______ ______________________ 106.00A. H. Harrison do ______________ .. 1.70 July more difficult j board or boards for his city and the payable
Bradford County Florida. 6153t. S. Crews county atty _____________ 4.17F. T. H. Goolsby do ________-_______ 1.00V. task of establishing exemption classes governor or each state to nominatethe you get 3% per cent Interest, _
L. Williams janitor ___________ 25.00 James do ________________________ 1.00 remains to be accomplished.The every June 15 and Dec 15* and also :
LEGAL NOTICE.The B. M. Dowling com as tax coil ________ 360.58J. Janie Smith do ______________________ 1.00 boards for the various counties. 'entire principal back. '
Assessor of Taxes for the Town of i P. Tomlinson co physician ________ 4.17 W. T. Weeks, cost ct ct do __________ 2.02 first draft, according to pres- These nominations will be forwardedto you get your J
Starke. Florida will meet with the board of W. J. Epperson drawing jury ______ 2.00A. W. J. Epperson do _______n________ 3.00 ent plans of the President and War the President who United States Liberty Bonds are certain
aldermen for said town on the evening of M. Andreu special bailiff ________ 5.00 Geo. A. Gardiner case Luss Gaskins __ 3.20J. may approve or to become as numerous in the
July 3, 1917. for the purpose of hearing complaints Willie Epperson janitor circuit court 6.25 F. Williams const do ____________ 21.35 Department officials, must provide disapprove of them, and from whomall
and receiving testimony as to the valueof M. Cameron bailiff do ______________ 6.25 John Richardson witness __..________ 6.00 about 800,000 men. Five hundred exemption board appointmentsmust United States as gold pieA-s. They
any property, real and personal as fixedb II. Austin do ____________________ 6.25 Ella Richardson do _________________ 6.00 will have a wide and ready jale. Any
ythe town assessor of taxes, and of perfecting Henry Surrency do __u______.._____ 2.50 Eader Graham do _________________ 6.00 thousand of this number will form the come. need money, lean take
reviewing and equalizing the assess. J. B. Sapp do ________________ 5.00 Sam Wilkins do _________________-4 6.00 first of the new selective draft armies, Three Members Each Board time you you
menta for the tax year A. D. 1917. City Light Plant lights _____________ 4.27 W. T. Weeks cost ct ct do ____________ 2:07 which will be called to the colors on your bond to the bank a%I get it f
Given this 15th day of June. A. D. 1917.N. C. A. Knight supvr reg _____________ 10.40 W. J. Epperson do _______________ 12.90 soon Each exemption board will be com- There Isn't a real estate dealer any
D. WAINWRIGHT Starke Hwd Co. water cooler and wheel Ceo A. Gardiner case C. Drew _____ 2.81S. after September 1The other 300- posed of three members, one of whom
Town Assessor of Taxes.E. barrow ______________________ 6.00 B. Denmark do ____________________ 3.15 000 men are to fill the where, or an automobile maker, or a ;
S. MATTHEWS Ceo. A. Gardiner inquest unknn negro 5.50 Carlos Lee witness ___________________ 1.20L. necessary gapsin must be a physician, while none dare grocer who wouldn't be Just Chairman Town Council. W. J. Eperson do __________________ 9.00 E. Lee do ________________________ 1.20R. the regular army and the National be connected with any military organ- United States Llbert Bond ashe
'P. G. Ramsey return on capias Harper. 10.00 M. Moseley do ___________________ 3.40 Guard, for it is planned to bring these ization state national. It is take a
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R. A. Hires juror unknown negro ____ 1.20 W. T. Weeks cost ct ct do __________ .82 or prob- would to receive gold coi...
CLERK'S REPORT. T. W. Hires do ______________ 1.20J. W. J. Epperson do __________________ .50 two organizations to full war strengthHow able that labor will have one repre- If haven't already ord/red your
Starke. June I, 1917. S. Howard do ____________________ 1.20 CeoA.. Gardiner case A. Goodwine ___ 2.43: Drawings Will Be Made sentative on each board. These ex- you
Report of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in Geo. Mathis do _________________ 1.20 W. J. Epperson do __________________ 5.90 United States Liberty Bonds see your
and for Bradford County, Florida, on accountof L. L. Parrish do ___________________ 1.20 W. T. Weeks cost ct ct do ____________ .96 War department officials estimate emption boards will work in conjunction banker or your broker today>
taxes assessed for the year 1916. Dan Hysler ____________________ 1.20J. W. J. Epperson do. _________________ .50 that at least 50 per cent of the men with the district registrationboard I
B. M. DOWLING. L. Underhill 1 day com and mileage 4.80J. Geo. A. Gardiner ease C. Cole _______ 2.78 who registered for services SALIVATESAND
I Tax Collector. J. Blackwelder do __________-_ 9.20 W. J. Epperson do ________________ 8.65 military and any appeal from "a ruling CALOMEL
County Proper R. J. Andrews do _____________ 8.20 I W. T. Weeks cost ct ct do ________ .76 last Tuesday will be exempted from must be carried to the general ex-
May 1. to bal due County Proper S. T. Dowling do ________________ 10.20H. I W. J. Epperson do _______________ .25 active army duty for one reason or emption board of the state. MAKES YdU SICK
Fund __________ 5,755.47By D. May do ____________. 5.60 Geo. A. Gardiner case M. Newberry __ 2.68
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amt collected -______________ 4362.96 R. Edwards work on jail ____________ 3.15 I J. M. Rogers const do _______________ 10.85 another, therefore it is probable that Following the first draft of names !
W. T. Weeks cost bill ct ct _________ 58.64 W. T. Weeks cost et ct do .76 the first allotment of names drawn and the of
----------- appointment the
June 1, to bal due _______________. 1,422.51 'Burroughs Adding Machine Co. ribbon 1.00 I W. J. Epperson do _________________ .50 will number least exemption
Drainage at 1,600,000, perhaps boards the work of weeding out those Acts Like Dynamite ona Slug-
Geo. A. Gardiner case Will Brown __ 2.08 ,
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__ 6.10
liar 1. to bal due County Drainage Starke Phone Co. phone M. Cameron d s do ________________-. 2.15 2,000,000. It is the plan to make allexemptions I I not wanted for active army service
Fund ___-___ 2,593.67By Ceo A. Gardiner insanity B. F. Gainer"I M. Cameron witness .. 1.00 gish Liver and You Lose
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_____________ C. N. Shaw do 7.00 will beginEach whose is
amt collected 1323.90 -------------- --- ___ man name
Geo. A. Gardiner 2.H3
__ _______ I I case Henry Bing
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W. J. Epperson do 2.25 _________________ drawn.As Work.?
S. B. Denmark do ___ 15.75 drawn for the first draft must appear a Day's
June 1. to bal due _________ 1269.77 L. R. Green wit _________________ !R.l"
County Road and Bridge Starke lee Plant ice et et _________ 1.35! !I J. A. Jraler witness -----------------_ l.no the jury wheel will be used to before his local board and present his !
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J. F. Johnson d a case Robt. Jackson.. 13.55
May 1. to bal due County Road W. J. Enperson 1 day with board ______ 2.00 I draw the names, the men selected for claims for exemption if he has 1There's
W. G. Seals j do __________ 3.57 any.
and Bridge Fund _______________ 6,675.56 W. J. Epperson bill et ct ___n______.145.75 i I p --------
W. T. Weeks cost ct ct do _____ 1.2S will The why
etc army duty be chosen much as are validity of these claims will I I"! no reason a person
fly amt collected _______________ 5,034.18June Bradford Co. Telegraph publishing 36.25 I
W ___ __ _
J. Epperson do __ ________ .75
Quigley supplies for jail ___________ *.1S : Geo. A. Gardiner ease J. C. Eatman___- 2.98 those drawn for jury duty in county decided upon by the board accordingto should take sickening, salivating cal-

1. to bal due _____________n_ 1641.38 N. D. Wainwright bal on 1916 tax book 290.00 S. R. Denmark do __________________ 24.10 courts. The present plan is to placein the instructions issued by the Pres- omel when 50 cents buys a la'/ge, bottle ;
Outstanding Indebtedness Fund. Gf'O. A. Gardiner drawing jury 1913-17 18.00 : W. ______.___
T. Weeks cost ct ct do 2.72
May I, to bal due County Outstanding H. C. Heysler box for unknown negro 7.00 W. J. Epperson do __n______________ 68.20 a jury wheel all the names of men ident. : of Dodson's Liver Tone-1 perfect
Indebtedness Fund __________ 3360.28 G..... A. Gardiner Noah Taylor ._ who registered for military service in I substitute for \
Hy amt collected __________________ 2684.90 Total _____________________________1220.16 W. J. Epperson do case___________________ "2.18.85; each district, be that district an entire It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid
248 PERISH IN FIRE IN MINE
----- Road and Bridge Fund W. T. Weeks cost ct ct do ____________ .86
June I, to bal due _______________ 675.38 Board of Comr's State Institutions pay H. J. Epperson do __n___._________. .25 county or a portion of a city. About which will start your liver jut as surely -
County School for state convicts ______________n 16.10 Geo. A. Gardiner case Elmer Hornsby. 2.3'1'' 10,000,000 men registered for military as calomel, but it doesn't nake you
May 1. to bal due County School W. W. Baisden gen road work _____ 6.00 W. J. Epperson do ______ ______ 8.25 Imprisoned Miners in Mine at Butte,
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Fund _________________ -- duty and, should the first draft be for sick and can not salivate.
12.461.04 Jasper Brown Ken road work _______ 3.25 W. T. Weeks cost ct ct do ____________ 2.04 MontBelieved j
Be Dead.
Hy amt collected _________________ 9397.10 I II Town of Lawtey '.j road tax 1916 ---- 123.22 V.;. J. Epperson do ------------------- 6.50 2,000,000 men, or one-fifth of the total to Children and grown up Talks can
--I Town oT Hampton"do _______________ 126.18 I G...... A. Gardiner case Jim Franklin __ 2.43S. registration would be cause
June I, to bal due _______________ 3,063.94County I I Town of Raiford do __________________ 14fi.!>2 B. Denmark do ____________________ 1.85 drawing take Dodson's Liver Tone, i' it r
Polls Town of Starke do ________________ 585.32I : I Jake Williams witness .__...._____. 9.311 made from each jury wheel until one- BUTTE, Mont., June 9.-Sixty bod- is perfectly harmless.
May 1. to bal due County Polls ____ 545.00 I Town of Lake Butler do _________ 342..16: TharU-y\ Reed do 9.30 fifth of the total number of ies had been recovered from the Spec- Calomel is It is
n -------------------- names a dangerous drug.
By:: amt collected _____________ 385.00 _______
Town of lake Butler do 1915 363.15 I W. T. Weeks cost ct ct do ________ .58 to
I C. W. 7arin Co feed fur mules ______ 49.75 W. J. Epperson case H. Brown ______ 4.10 placed in the wheel had been drawn. ulator and Granite Mountain proper- mercury and attacks your bo es. Takea
June 1, to bal due _______________ 160.00 S. W. Smith do -_---------------- 2.80 William Hall witness _____________ 2.20 I Thus each military district furnishes ties of the North Butte Mining Com dose of nasty calomel today and you
Total Sub School I G. W. Wainwright lumber __________ 6.14 Eva Hall do _______________________ 2.20 the number of late and 148 still
May 1. to bal due Total Sub School J. C. Cone tools _____________________ 16.20 W. J. Epperson feeding prisoners ____ 101.50 proportionately same pany today, were will feel weak, sick, and nauseated! to-
Fund ___ ____ ____ _____ 5061.37 1 Cash Drug Store medicines convicts__ !5.20 Goo A. Gardiner case Geo. Hutson 3.07 men. New York city's total may be I missinjr. Hope of finding these men morrow. Don't lose a daj's work.
Bjr amt collected ______________ 8,684.23 t 11. M. Alvarez shoes convicts ________ 23.70 W. .T. EiUK-rson do _u____________h_ 4.10L. 75,000 men, while some sparsely set- alive has virtually been abandoned. Take of Dodsorfs Liver
T. B. Rosier gen road work un__ 1.00 C. Powell witness ________________ 1.20M. I a spoonful
June 1. to bal due ______________ 1,377.14 I I Timer Wagon Works convict cage ___ 475.00 Cameron do _____________________ 1.00 tled district: may contribute but 73; There were 423; men in the mine whena Tone instead and you will wake up
Total Sub School Bond J I I'lmer Wagon Works mattresses do __ 32.40I Robt. Jackson do ___________________ 1.00 yet in each case the total would be fire broke out early today. feeling great. No more biliousness
May 1. to bal due Total Sub School Good Roads Mach. Co. tent for mutes. 65.76J. W. L. Overstreet juror ___....._______ 1.00H. ,
+ Bonds ________________--____ 4383.21 I R. Howling feed'ng; convicts ______ 307.50 A. Hewitt! do ___________________ 1.00T. about one-fiftieth of the population of All hopes that any of the unaccounted constipation sluggishness, teadache; ,
By amt collected _______ 2.814.87 i J. R. Bowling supplies convicts ______ 9.00 C. Hall do ______________________ 1.00 the respective district. for miners might be rescued alive coated tongue or sour stomach. Your 11
j' J. B. Dowling captain and guards _u_ 141.00I Henry Taylor do _________________ J.OO I was abandoned tonight when the hel-
June I, to hal due ___u_________ 1568.34 1 E. Lewis lumber ________________ 15.30 R. B. Griffis do ---------------------- 1.00 | Exemption Boards druggist says if you don't Cnd Dod ,
Fine and Forfeiture Fund I J W. 1. Emerson del convicts Jo gang __ 28.00 G. J. Waters do ____________________ 1.00 | The men whose names have been met men penetrated to the 7,200 foot son's Liver Tone acts better than hor-
May I, to bal due Fine and Forfeiture 1 S. W. Allen house rent midu ___ 4.00 I G(-o. A. Gardiner case W. A. Ie _____ 2.13 level of the Speculator mine from adjoining -
un drawn for service will be I rible calomel
____ _________ military no- i is waiting
Fund 2.570.21 T>. W. Finholster work on rfad _______ 3.00 W. J. EpiM-rson do __._ _____ 3.95 j your money
P-y amt collected __________________ 2013.68 W. H. Griffin gen road work _______ 8.00 | Geo. A. Gardiner case John Bohannan. 1.53 tified immediately, but this does not mines, waded through water for you. .12-4%)

G. W. Hinson do __________________ 1.50i W. J. Epperson do ------------*---- 6.35 mean that they will have to serve in I up to their armpits, encountered a
June 1, til _______. ______ 556.53W. .
to due
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i W. T. Enpernon cost del F. N. Andrews 4.95 ( A. Gardiner; case Will Brown ____ 1.98M. and bodies i
T. WEEKS.Clerk. A. Douglass gen road work ..._____ 7.60 I Cameron d a do __________________ 1.85L. the army. The work of exemptionstill strong gas saw many CY 0 gl .'t9 ? Vg Gj $
.'. W. White & Son hhoes etc convicts 16.85 R. Greene j p case B. B. Sapp ____ 3.07 remains to be done, and the diffi- which they were unable to recover. It G 6 E,
I By R. A. WEEKS. "uifflev! material; ________________ 9.14 C. N. Shaw const do --------------- 5.10T. culties of this task each is believed the mine damage will exceed ,
(SEALI Deputy Clerk. J. C. Cl'mons gen road work _____... 6.00 B. Bathea do _____________________ 1.10 are growing | STARKE { t1. L. Crews lumber ___________nu 14.4 Clcavy Howell witness ____________ 1.10S. day. $1,000,000. FRATERNAL DIRECT'IW 4I. > :'
BILLS PAID BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ". .Andrews 5 days road insp ____ 10.00S. V. Andrews juror ______________ 1.00J. I
I T. Bowling 4 days do __________n_ 8.00 D. Baxter do ___________-______ 1.20L. According to tentative plans, an exemption -I.
K. \\. rw putting up sign __________ 2.00 A. Brown do n____..____....__._. 1.00 board will be appointed for G F. & A. M. Bradford Ixxfrc No.
J. L. 'od.11 2 dan road insp __ .oo H. P. Gainey do ___________ 1.00T. each 35. Meet soconi u, .
Panner Allowane u of each state. Each i and '
Mary Ward ______ ________ .- _____. <"* '. J. P'urltwrMrr do 1 ______________ 2./1/1 R. Collins do ___________________ 1.00 county city The Beauty Secret. every
Martha Gatlin ___u_________ ____ S.OO p. J. Andrews do ___________________ 2.00 G. B. Colson do ___________________ 1.00M. of 30,000 population or over will have c' fourth Monday night \ 4 ti
Nancy Conner _________ -__-______ <-on H. D. May do _______________u____- 2.00 Cameron guard at jail ____________ 20.00 one board for each 30,000 of popula- .
Ladies desire that
Viney Dyess ____________ _________ B 00 M. Cameron washing blankets at jail2.00 irresistible
Mrs. Breeze ___________ ?.<"> Total ______________________________300 .69 Carold Drew cleaning jail ____________ 5.00 tion. Thus New York city will have G I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge to. 10. '
Amanda Thomas-------_________ 5-oa Drainage FundB. Hulls Dept Store mattresses jail ____ 3.00J. 175 boards. Each exemption board i .. charm-a good Meets every Tuesday nighf.M. .
I."* Crosby ________-_________ 10.00 M. Bowling com as tax coil ________ 34.76 W. White & Son supplies jail ____ 1.60 will decide on all cases in its district, '4. p complexion. Of course O .
Emeline Griffis _________ _________ 3.00 Outstanding Indebtedness Fund W. J. Epperson con on fines to 6-1-17. 35.91
Caroline Griffis __ _____ 3.00 W. O. Tison interest on scrip 9812: ___ 29.17 but each state will have a general ex- I they do not wish others M. W. of A., Storke amp. '.
n -- -- -- __________ Total _____________________________
Mrs. D. M. Me Knight ___ _____-_____ 3.00 \V. O. Tison do warrant 13 18.38!! 943.59 emption board to which appeals may Meets every first and thirif Wednesday I!'
G. J. Campbell ______ 3.00 If _, to know a beautifier
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Banner Dyal __________ B 00 Total ___-_______________________..47.55 nights.
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Wade McKnight ________________ 3.00 Fine and Forfeiture Fund Constipation Causes Serious Ills. Will Function Under President ;"i v so they 0 4 s
L'zzie Willis __ __ _________ 2.00 Board State Institutions reward esrap "Let me see tongue is the These exemption boards will func- f buy a bottle of 0 W. 0. W., All Friends-'Camp '!.
Rufua Jackson _?_._____ 3.00 ed convicts __________________ 229.00 your ,
Mrs. N. D. Newmans ______________ 5.00 Gees A. Cardiner case Simond Jones 2.98 doctor's first question. When the ton- tion under directions issued by Presi- 0 No. 138. Meets every secojid and 'uC'

Martha R'IRKS ____________________ 2.50 W. J. Enperson do ._______________ 12.05 gue is coated it means sluggish bow- dent Wilson who, it is presumed, will Balm fourth Friday nights. t 4 i..
__________________ Magnolia
Geo. Carlos witness 1.20
Susan' Kelley __________________ 10.00 all classes entitled to Q 4
Win. Lang __________________________ 3.00 Will Sanders do -'.________ 1.20 els, and you invite not only headaches, name exemption.The
L. L. Hasan ___ ________ 2.50 Cliff McXeal do ___________________ 1.20 indigestion, but serious ill health. number and nature of these classes LIQUID FACE POWDERand 4, Union Chapel Camp, N 1,. 5360..
Rachel Stokes ____n__________ .".00 M. Cameron do ,_____________________ 1.00 has 4 ..
been it
Jiiwnh 2.00 W. T. Weeks eo..t ct et do 166 Avoid these dangers: by taking Dr. not yet decided but is UM according to aimple direction. Improve meet every first and third "Friday

Lizzie Hunter Bryant -__________ 3 00 W. J. Epperson do _________________ 1.00 King's New Life Pills. They are sugarcoated believed they will embrace all men refieihing.ment it noticed Heal.at Sunburn once. ,Soothing Tan.cooling and nights at Union Chapel. J.;'\. Ellington .

W. J. Glisson ____________________ 3.00 R. D. Kelly j p case E. G. Hornsby __ .25 highly efficient, yet mild and engaged in agricultural pursuits coal stops L. Sapp const ____________ _______ 34.85 Pink. Whi Rose Red.
.. Rachel Taylor ____________________ 2.00 4 4s #
iron miners of
Elizabeth Hunter _________________ 2.00 ('.eo. A. Gardiner case Elmer Hornsby. 2.08 easy in action, pleasant to take by and a great majority 75c. at'D"ggisb er ty mail Jinct t
; Florence Holton ________-______ 3.00J. S. B. Denmark do _________________ 1.85 young, aged or delicate. Sold for railroad and steamship workers, many either color for 2c. Visiting brothers are cordially; 4
C. Box _______________ 3.00 Geo. A. Gardiner case D. H. Martin __ 2.81 Sample ( ) Sta.p.Lyon *a
classes of laborers in the invited to attend these 1>
L John Wright ___________ 2.00 W. J. Epperson do _________________ 10.50J. years at your druggist, 25c. (2)) engaged m tings.
Mfg.Co.. 40 SoutH Fifth St.,Brooklyn N.Y.
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Warren Hersey ________ 3.00 E. Bowling witness ______________ 3.40 manufacture of rifles, cannon ammunition 0
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i PAY YOUR DEBTS.A Davis to serve them in the Senate, and well known and now undisputed, but and the time will never come when the Spider must be destroyed and ,Jhe sni.
Bradford County Telegraph for the second time he took his seat one feature of it should be referred to. descendants of those who 'wore the ders must be kilbd. Tfc' AJleriran
in that legislative at the It must be remembered that Mr. Davis in the sixties fail
community is classed as moral great body gray' will to answer people did not want war. Th Amer-
1 when the people are law-abiding: i sad most critical period of" the country's -never a strong, robust man-had the call to defend the flag of this re- ican people do nut now elo.:>I t
Published Weekly, and entered as second soler, go to church and keep their i history. Equipped with both military been reduced to extreme weakness by public. but war has been forc,-.1 ,j> './us,war and,
class matter at the post-office at children at school. But there is somethi' I and civil experience and a broad reason of sickness and the trying or- "We are today confronted with dan- if we will hand dawn t< t. rity\ the

Starke, Florida. .k tesides the above virtues re- knowledge of affairs, he was easily the deal through 'which he had gone for ger from the strongest military power blessings of this 10'f'rr'e must ;
i'M-u before a ,.Maruintiy is really peer of any man in that body of exceptionally the past four years, and that when taken in all the world. United as one be- destroy the enemies of Tnii..an. institutions ; '

E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner moral. The payment of just debts is brilliant and brainy men. into custody by his captors he was neath the ample folds of the Stars and and I feel that: when the
I the that must He plunged at once into the debates, on the verge of a nervous collapse.Yet Stripes the descendants of those who descendants of the hirwof the
finishing polish we ap- 'si* 1:
z H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor ply to ourselves before we can claim not as his enemies have so often in this condition, it was ordered 'wore the blue' and those who 'wore ties' set sail for tl.e battle "id- of EiJ '*5

moral perfection. charged with the purpose of disrupt- that he be put in irons and then the the gray' solid phalanx, will soon move rope, determined to nmill sin the honor *
The Lake Butler Times says, "Ants Some men and women are so con- ing the Union, but really for the purpose -I world witnessed a scene which, when across the mighty Atlantic to meet i in and glory of oar flag m those di. !

kill drones." "Go to the ant," Bro. scientious that they pay debts as soon of saving constitutional govern called to mind must ever mantle with battle array the legions of the Kaiser, tant land, Davis and Linolr.: leaning cover
Avery, and you will se no drones. as incurred. Others will pay them ment and preserving the Union. In shame the cheek of every patriotic, the War Lord of the civilized world. the balustrade of heaven will -

They are found in bee hives. when reminded, but others, again, are every speech delivered by Mr. Davison brave and decent-minded American While democracies like ours have been smile approvingly on the irspiricescene. :
almost or altogether hopeless as pay- the floor of the Senate, he pleadedfor citizen. There was not the slightest pursuing the paths of peace, withouta ."
The latest example of German "re- masters. We do not mean those who the Union, the Union of our fath- danger that Mr. Davis would or could I thought of war, this mighty mon- '- --

sourcefulness" is the dynamiting of are unable to pay, but those who can ers, the Union under the constitution. escape, and the only possible excuse I I arch has been preparing for this awful A Telegraph ad will add to
f cemeteries in France and Belgium forth but will not. There is no reason why Even in his farewell address, when that could have existed for this bru- day. His traps have been set, his nets profits. Try ene.C Jour
sake of getting the brass contained a man having a stiff bank account leaving the Senate forever, he spoke tal and unwarranted act was the desire spread, and everything made: ready to
in the coffin trimmings. The should not pay a small debt that he with wonderful tenderness and love to humiliate the proud and uncon- appease his gluttonous appetite by devouring
bodies and bones so rudely resurrected acknowledges he owes; but instead he for the Union of the 'fathers of the querable spirit of Jefferson Davis. and absorbing and bringing

1 are not interred, but allowed to will often compel the party who republic.' On January 20, 1861, the '":\Ian, proud man, robed in a little under his dominion the peaceful coun- LASSIFIEADVERTISING
\ lie where they fall. promptly furnished him goods or laborat day before he took leave of the Sen brief authority, tries of the world. James Whitcomb I I .

.Raiford a small profit to make innumerablecalls ate in a letter to his devoted friend, Plays such fantastic tricks before high Riley, in what I shall designate a'Riley's s '
of are very
The people town and before the bill is paid, and one former President Franklin Pierce, he heavenAs Vision of the Spider of Berlin j FOR SALE-Three huP Geo. A. ,
l proud of their progressive other like it. This of his favorite tricks is to "lie low"or said: 'Mississippi not as a choice but makes the Angels weep!' describe with great accuracy the pres- Gardiner, Starke. 6-15-tf .
t believe there is no of has resolved
necessity to enter intc
situation. Hi
l leave the community for few da'swhen ent says:
: assertion is proved by the following the bill collectors 'are a exported. the trial of secession.: Again in the : "How different the treatment accorded FOR SALE-Hose No. 4 ','d Irish ;:

episode related to us: A young lady Failure to promptly often com- same letter he said: 'Civil war has I Robert E. Lee by the brave, 'I dreamed I was a spider, tatoe! ,' $l. ;o per bu .ht-1!l. D. W

: of that town was riding in the country pels their creditors pay to delay their own only horror for me, but whatever circumstances generous and illustrious soldier, Gen. A big, fat, hungry spider, Moore, Theressa, Fla. 5'25-tf:
i-- and saw what she thought was a demand shall be met U. S. Grant. I
as a
I and failures A lusty, spider,
the rusty
j tombstone near the road. It bore this business payments, mainly many caused by in.. duty,' etc. Jefferson Davis desired to "Happily, the brave and patriotic With a dozen palsied limbs. FOR SALE-Heifer and! young caIt .
if j legend: "11 from Raiford." The are tare.j preserve the Union, but he desired to people of the North did not approve of also cow milkir.g fresh in rixty davi;
less and dishonest debtors.
: young lady exclaimed 'I'm from Rai- preserve it OS it had been established the cruelties inflicted on Mr. Davis by I With a dozen limbs that dangled N. B. Hull. .
Firms who do much credit business
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; ford' how simple, how sufficient! on a constitution which recognized the small: men who had immediate, cus I wretched
Where flies
r 4 could never survive if they did net insure | three were tan-
LOST
and respected the sacred sovereignly ; -Between Starke ;ml Camphor
themselves against losses from gled,
Registration Day was a success all of the Greenly Farm, automobile tire U'ix4.
; respective states. He loved the I Re-
bad debtors. This insurance[ 19 j effected And their buzzing wings were strangled -
,; I over the country. The German propaganda the Union and he loved the flag. He had ed Americana became surety on his I ward by D. B ree, Stajkej 4
honest
the who tried by compelling custom-1 1 I
and pacifists,
in the had their ers to pay the debts of the dishonestones been brought up to love, revere and bond for appearance in court to an-I In the middle of their hymns.
t to put trouble way, the FOR SALE-One 1917 'Tcjlinderl
honor him
the starry emblem of the re- swer charges against ,
I i labor for their pains. Not only did the goods.through increased prices of public, and had followed it across the once more Jefferson Davis was a freeman And I mocked them like demon passenger Overland. Sow: ; as new,
r young men register, but in many cases sandy plains of :Mexico: offering his t a driven 3,000 miles ('i1.* end equipment
A demoniacal demon
Some debts perhaps, be forgotten -
r they disdained to plead for exemption may life a willing sacrifice upon the altar "lie attended the Federal Court i IRichmond Who be forth 1,100.). Will: hell forS850
but after the debtors have has 1 delights to a demon
when such pleas would have been just cash. Dr. S. E. I.m Rai-
l ; several reminders about them this ex- of his country. to answer the charges, and I For the sake of sin alone. rell '
tified. In the South, and especially in the federal authorities ford, Fla. 6-8-4t. '
I not daring to |
"When the delegates from the eleven
holds It is I
cuse no longer good. na
the
the colored within _
Florida
f men to trial dismissed the _
t Southern states met in conventionto go charges and And with false
tural dishonesty that prompts tardi- fondly embracesDid ,
I age limit' had themselves registered he walked forth thoroughly vindicated < -1- !- '!> !> .. -'jf. .
that the ness in payments by those who can organize the Confederate States of I weave my mystic laces I "
| almost to a man, showing in the of the world. .
their pay but will not; this is proved by the America, all eyes were turned toward eyes Standing 'Round their horror-stricken faces *
made at patriotic CHURCH
t promises they I
in this here DIRECTORY. 4
at the old homeof
I' I sincere. This does fact that debts to those who are apt Jefferson Davis as the one man to presence Till I strangled every groan. !(.
meetings were -
to be solicited future safely pilot the new government at the the immortal Lee, here in sight of i I 9 '
for favors or
them much honor. We are a united, the 'v BAPTIST-Rev. W. (1 Law, 4
patriotic people and can look the future who refuse to be patient, are paid, beginning of its career, and he was great capital of my country, I solemnly And I smiled to'see them weeping, K.. pastor. Sunday school l, 95 a. m. *
in the face without anxiety. while when these considerations are chosen as the first, and as it provedto declare to you that JeffersonDavis For to see an insect weeping Sunday morning SU\it11lOO *
lacking the debts will be unpaid. be, the last President of the Southern was not a traitor to his coun- Sadly, sorrowfully weeping, fv o'clock; Sunday evening ervice, 4
I t 4 I Confederacy. No try, and his enemies did not dare put <. 7:00 B. Y. P. U.
Why the golden rule should not ap- man was ever Fattens every spider's mirth. ; even- 4
As examples of the food scarcityin with him on trial for treason because they (?, ing 6:45
ply in the payment of debts as well as beset greater difficulties than he ; Wednesday evening 4
Europe, the English government is in other cases, is hard to understand.To encountered during his chief magistracy knew that it would result in a judi- And to see a fly's heart quaking <*' prayer service, 7 o'clock. irEvery-
about to prohibit starch to be used the cial determination by the Supreme body cordially invited! to'attend. 4
of
order goods and enjoy their use, storm-tossed and battle- And with anguish ever aching <
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for starching garments, in order to Court of the United States that *
then omit is rent republic. With no and no no Till it
delay or payment, reallyto army you see slowly breaking 4-
the cereal food. For the CHRISTIAN.
same LJRovre 4
ti save obtain goods on false pretenses, for navy; with no munition plants; withno treason had ever stained his garments."It Is the sweetest thing on earth.I I Services Stri ,
: reason the cotton mills in Sweden has been charged that he and pastor. at ke every *
credit would not have been given had manufacturing establishments; *,
t have been allowance of flour fourth Sunday. Otter 4
put on an his associates appointments
with were conspirators engaged ,
prompt pay not been expected. But an empty treasury; without rec- experienced a pleasure- as follows; Fist Sunday 4
L used for for the stiffening of
[ [, certain fabrics.paste In Belgium the Ger- while the careless and dishonest debtor ognition by any government on earth; in a conspiracy against the Such a highly-flavored pleasure, '* at Hampton, seconl..1t Rai- 4
may profit to some extent in a ma- with practically all our ports blockaded United States. I denounce this charge Such intoxicating pleasure, <*> ford, i 4
for
; have
mans "granted permission" terial sense, his reputation is so injured from the very beginningJeffer- as utterly false. One of the chief That I drank of it like wine. p 4 '
: the erection of dog slaughter houses, as to far outweigh the gains. son Davis and his associates organized elements of conspiracy is secrecy, and <* EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. 4. Fryer
t with the proviso that no one be allowed We may not be angry with him who a government and for four long the Southern leaders proclaimed their And my mortal soul engages '?' priest in charge. Sunday school, 4
to buy more than two pounds of steals something from us, but few years held at bay a rich and powerful intentions and purposes, from the floor That no spider in the *'. 9:45 a. m.; morning prater and 4
dog meat at a time. Even this source of the House and pages < sermon 11 o'clock evening
Senate the hust- ; 4
on
mild government, with unlimited pray-
men are enough not to feel resentment supplies, Of the history of the agess I\
of meat supply must be very small, as er and sermon, 7 o'clock choir 4
those who inexhaustible credit and of ings and in the press. Every step wa ; rehearsal -
against .refuse an Felt
to army divine.
a rapture more 4
there be few left i > 7 o'clock
can put dogs Wjdnesday 4
I made public and
npay for value received. This is well five or six times the strength of the absolutely nothingwas <*>
evening. Come and
starving Belgium. worship with 4Jv
illustrated during election campaigns, army of the South. My countrymen, concealed. Let us then hear no I careened around and capered, < us. 4 ,
I' F.R11.L.BOR when the prompt payment of debts the world can show no parallel to this more of treason, of conspiracy and of Madly, mystically capered, <8> % 4 :
cover a multitude of shortcoming in amazing achievement, and when the rebellion. Our people were loyal to For three days and night I capered '!' METHODIST. J.. *. Barr, 4 i
some candidates, while others, though last vestige of partisan rancor and the constitution as they saw it; they 'Round my web in wild delight. pastor. Sunday school9:45 a. 4r
The plan here outlined is designedto perhaps more capable. but less honest, sectional hate shall have passed way, were open in all they did and they en- < m. Preaching every Swday at 4 i jl
ascertain in advance the farm labor are not elected. and the impartial historian of the future gaged in no rebellion. It was a war Then with fierce ambition burning needs of every community in the Pay your debts like a man. If you shall come to record the story of bebetween the states of this republic, And an awful'thirst and yearningI 0" meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30.
State; the sources and amounts of labor cannot pay, have the manhood to tell the War between the States, he will brought about by reason of a differ- hastened returning 'r o'clock. Junior Epw'rth' League 4 ,
that wilt-be available to supply your creditors so and ask for leniency. say that the followers of Lee, Jackson, ence of opinion as to the rights of the With a fiendish my appetite. <*> Sunday afternoon at 3:30, Senior f
such needs; and to distribute this This will generally be granted, and Stuart and the other immortals of the individual states which could not be Q; Epworth League/ Sunday! evening
will feel better than if Confederacy were the bravest and amicably adjusted in the civil forums. available extra labor where it is most you you stave men at C:45. A needed and at the time it is most them off, time after time, 'vlth worthless the most unselfish patriots the world "This issue, having by force of arms I And' I found my victims dying, A extended to all to worship with 4
needed. promises. And never incur any has ever known. been decided against us, we are now 'Ha, they whispered, 'We are dying,' <$> us. 4S

This plan, which is sponsored by debt unless you see your way clear "When Robert E. Lee with the rem- again one people with one country and And Faintly whispered 'We are dying. < > J 4 .
the U. S. Department of Agriculture, to pay it.FRANK nants of the proud army of Northern one flag. our earthly course is run.: ';> PRESBCTERIAN-R- C. H. 4

contemplates a state organization, a Virginia surrendered to Grant at Ap- "The people of the South today need ,> Abernathy, pastor i j Sunday
separate county organization, or representative CLARK PAYS SPLENDID pomattox, the Star of the Southern :give no guaranty of their loyalty to And the scene was so impressing '!> school, 9:45 a. m. Preaching ev- 4
and a local organization TRIBUTE TO JEFF DAVIS Confederacy went down in gloom and .'Old Glory.: No foreign war has ever That I breathed a special blessing '* ery Sunday mornin pat 11; Sun- 4
the 'Bonnie Blue been fought in which the blood of the As I killed them with caressing 1,
or representative for each commun Flag' was furled for- day evening at 7:30.;) Prayer 4s
'1 ity. A representative of the office of (Continued From Page 1.) ever. Throughout the Southland, i South battlefield.was not freely spilled on every And devoured they one by one.' > meeting Wednesday evening at 4

farm management of the U. S. de gaunt poverty stalked where wealth No battle with a foreign '*' 7:30 o'clock. Visitors Cordially 4
had reigned; disaster was on j foe was ever pitched but that sons of "If republics are to survive, if de partment of agriculture, wil be in immediate work is closely linked with the history every 1 the South worship us.
found
where
were 'thickest mocracies
still live and
are
hand blackened to bless the 0
; chimneys stood silent e0000000r
of the as
charge. ... work.. in, the, of his adopted state. He was educated sentinels over the ruins of once j fell the red rain of human slaughter,' people, the webs of the great German 5 099
state, working with and through the at West Point, and served in the
Florida Food Preparedness Commis- regular army of the United States; happy homes; homeless wanderers
sion and the Extension Division of the but when quite a young man becamea aimlessly walked through deserted --

University of Florida. It is presumedthat planter of Mississippi, eventually streets, and every home was a houseof
,f in each county the county food : drifting into politics. In 1844 he wasa mourning. Amid the wreck and

preparedness commission or a representative presidential elector, and shortly af- ruin of the black night of our despair N. T. RITCH, Pret. W. T. Week. Vice-Pre. J. H. RITCH Ca.hier
unscrupulous political adventurers of ,
1 designated by them will be ter became a Representative in Con- t
responsible for the carrying out of gress, from which he resigned in 1846 the North swooped down upon our
the work. In instances the prostrate forms like a horde of hun-
many coun- and went into the :Mexican: war as
ty demonstration agent will be the one colonel of the Mississippi Rifles. In gry vultures and soon intrenched Bradford

selected to have active charge. This his brief career in the Mexican war, themselves in the places of power. I County Bank
I county agent or representative will Jefferson Davis and his MississippiRifles need not at this time rehearse the

. appoint a local man in each community shed new lustre on Americanarms I I story of how these carpetbaggers,
I to work under his direction. and carried the Stars and Stripes I with the lately freed and now enfran-

Each community man, with such assistance into the very halls of the Montezumas. chised negro as their pliant tool, took Bradford County's Financial Stronghold.
I I as he may need, will then Shortly after his return from possession of our state governments
proceed to ascertain the labor needsof Mexico he was appointed United and conducted their carnivals of crime

each farmer in his community, using States Senator from Mississippi by in every Southern capital. Our peo- Condensed statement of the condition1 of
a form provided for that purpose. the Governor, and then elected by the i ple were disfranchised and helpless, Bradford County Bankat
He will ascertain the amount and kind legislature to fill out an unexpired I I but the God of our fathers had not close of business May 1st 1917.
of extra labor needed, when it will be term. In this great forum he ably II forgotten us, and soon an invisible

E needed, and the wages offered. In a and faithfully represented his state, government sprang into being and in
t similar manner he will enroll every taking part in all the great debates a little while the vultures had taken RESOURCES
individual who will be available for and measuring up intellectually with flight, the heel of the negro was lifted LIABILITIES

t farm work. the giants who adorned the Senate in from the white man's neck, and the Loans and Discounts $152,740.32 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00

t The community man will then make that day. Confederate Veteran and his children Bradford County School Warrants 27,207.07 Surplus fundUndivided
I such adjustments of the local labor "In 1853 Franklin Pierce, who had again came into their own. While all I 10.000.00
; Town of Starke
f supplies and needs as he can, report- become President, called Mr. Davis the South suffered, Jefferson Davis, Bonds 2,000,00 profits, less expenses paid 6.076.S5
ing the net shortage and surpluses for into his official family as Secretary of the matchless chieftain of the Confederacy Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 Cashier's checks outstanding 1.119.15

f. his community to the county man, who War. In this exalted station he again suffered more than alL When All other Real Estate owned 5,8&1.50 Deposits
r. in turn will make similar adjustments measured up to the duties of the hour I General Lee surrendered Mr. Davis 238.507.69
between the communities: of the county and left in indelible characters the left Richmond with his cabinet and Over-drafts, secured and unsecured418.73

Ii- reporting net shortages and sur- impress of his genius. Mr. Davis while the archives of the government, with Cash on hand and in Banks 71,362.23

: pluses for the county to the state man Secretary of War not only attended the intention of making a stand with r ...,
t: at Gainesville. The state man will diligently to the routine of the depart- the army of Joseph E. Johnston some TOTAL $280,703.69 TOTAL ry
t t make the adjustments between counties ment, but established improved meth- where in North Carolina. lie reached $280,703j69;,

'r f' reporting to the office of farm ods which are still in use, and at the General Johnston's headquartersnear -

management at Washington the net Cabinet table was regarded as the Greensboro, but after consulta- Every modern facility for the most
shortages and surpluses for the state. chief adviser of the President. That tion with him it was decided best for satisfactory transaction t

: By this plan each unit acts as a magnificent structure known as "Cabin Johnston to surrender to Sherman, of business is offered by us. Absolute safety perfect convenience
s clearing house for its territory, adjusting John Bridge" was built under his direction and then realizing that this was the ,
o: its own supply of labor to the and stands today as a silent end, Mr. Davis decided to try to reach prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank. ;
f needs of the farmers, and reporting testimonial to his great abilities: the Cuba and then Europe. He felt, and Your
.r only surpluses and deficits to the next annex'to the capitol building was con- his friends felt, that he would be arrested account is cordially invited and you are assured of our

higher unit. The needs of the far- structed under his supervision, and probably given a drumhead best attention at all times.
mers thus begin to be met as soon as unborn millions while gazing with court martial and summarily executed. i

the plan is put into operation.The wonder and admiration upon that He was captured near Irwins- .
plan is to discover and enroll grand capitol of the greatest republicon ville, Ga., transported to and impris- i
all labor, from whatever source, that the earth, will remember that the oned in Fortress Monroe. On the jour-
may be available for farm work dur- genius of Jefferson Davis was the directing ney from Georgia to Fortress Monroe, Bradford
ing any part of the season. It will force which rounded out and this gentle, brave, able and chivalric County BankBradford
include employees and others in the and completed the magnificent edifice. gentleman was subjected to many indignities ::.j
towns and villages who may be released His great mind was first to conceivethe and outrages which were a
during critical periods. The idea of building as a military necessity disgrace to civilized captors. He was .,
larger cities enrollment will be made a transcontinental railway, incarcerated in this prison and kept County's Financial Stronghold. : f

by the U. S. department of labor, I. connecting the East with the Pacific there for more than two years, charged ;
which is cooperatipsith the department Ocean, and he strongly advocated this, with being implicated in the mur- Starke "I
of agriculture.E. ; at that time, colossal scheme. der of President Lincoln, and with Florida. ;t
"After his brilliant and valuable treason against the United Stafes. His .
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1 1A. following-young ladies and gen- IN FLORIDA. .!.' HELP OUR FLORIDA SOL- '!' The Sunday school at th> Methodist
DIER BOYS NOW. <)
Bits tlemen are taking the examination for church now has an enrollr.ien; if 121:
of LocalInformation 1st is National Patri- 4> 4
Sunday July
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I teachers' certificates at the High members and soma new mat -r%il being
otic Day. 4' The members of the W. C. T.I*
School, under Superintendent E. R. added almost every Sabt-jthj Mostof
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The Florida School Asso- U. of Starke and 3>
Sunday are making
1J Poppell and assistants. The result of our teachers and officers ani quitefaithful. j
the examination will probably be made ciation is asking every Sunday schoolin !' equipping comfort bags that are ?> Let no one be al.*' n, next ;

r public next week. the state to observe it. Ever since 4. a necessity to our soldiers. Hundreds C Sunday, Unless caused by &ickii'ss.
i President Wilson sanctioned the i' of Florida in 4
day boys are now
J Cr..ar.M/. ?..fr. 7aMui ../ Misses Doris Law, Clara Moitt, Bes- .., There were two baptism* jvj form-
: \ TnMa .. ..*. c..v__ T..... sie Dubose and Edith Warren and by the issuance of his proclamationto training and many more will -? ed in the Methodist church l.is Sunday -
\1 American Sunday schools plans '' soon be drafted into service. $
Messrs. Albert Dubose and E. S. War- morning, and later in tljc same
vM have been maturing fof its observancein 3' Surely every woman and girl service ''
l 1.\
' ren, of Starke. a large .teen-at': applied
,.
, this state. in Bradford county would like to *
for He will
I I"
Misses Kate Douglass and Edna membership. jrceived
lrf
--
-. E. Wall was a visitor to Jack- Mr. J. L. Peek made a business tripto Faircloth and Mr. A. S. Feagle, of R. C. Weidler, general secretary of i.!' "lend a hand" during these ? into the church in the near fut&e with ._.
Tuesday. Jacksonville last Wednesday.Mr. Lake Butler. the association has given out the following heart-breaking days and this appeal 41 some others. God's work i aking
sonville 4' is to all not : Misses Maudie Shaw, Lillie Crosby information: similarly engaged some progress, even if same of our

!-ij C. Knight, of Lake Butler was Walter Wills, of Tampa, visit- Vera Surrency Gertrude Thomas, Dai- "We are anxious to make "Patri- 4'0' to contribute a part or all 4' dear people do forget the an,:uuy on
contents of bag to send >
: visitor to Starke Monday. ed relatives in Starke Monday.W. sy Lewis and Messrs. J. M. Groover, otic Sunday" a great day in Florida. a or any the Sabbath.
. a Harry Edwards, Steve Lewis Brink- The purpose of the day is to producea amount of money to help do so. -? The pastor has a very interestingsermon

Watermelons are now in the market H. Nichols, of Raiford was in I ley Hayes Roland Anderson and Ben concerted action throughout the nation 4,'' \A picture with full instructions 3> for next Sunday morning. The
in the interest of patriotism and will be mailed any one wishing C' is discussed
town I Crosby of Brooker. subject one rarely ever
and are eagerly bought. Thursday Misses Nita Dukes, Ruby Parrish, to give our great army of Sunday .0'.. to make bags. Total cost of bag <3> i from Methodist pulpit arid will be of

, Fruit jars, all sizes and styles at No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It Virgie Rogers and Virgie Thomas and school people an opportunity to do ''a about 80 cents. & I vital interest to all who at'end. It -
Contents of each will be 3>
Starke Hardware Company. is the most speedy remedy we know. Algar Thomas, of Dukes. something practical in the crisis that ,a bag as will be specially helpful to parents
follows <$>
Miss Edith Williams and Messrs. faces our country. We are asking ev- : of small children. Everybody' invited -
4' Two sizes of black and white <' .
Clarence Scaff and Percy :McLeod of ery Sunday school and every indivdual .
Miss Rosemary Hull of Lawtey C. R. Ensey is home again for a 4' buttons. <
in Starke. brief Worthington.Mrs. contribute on that day either' to the P Next Sunday night there ft'ill be a
Monday stay.Arch
Ji spent 0. M. Maines, Miss Marcia army work of the Y. M. C. A., or to 6' 1 spool of patent thread. <> program made up by the l Nfht, no-

,r.;.z Mr. and Mrs. Jay Alderman spent Green is in Jacksonville as Turner and Mr. A. C. Crews, of Gra- the Red Cross. We hardly realize the '!> 1 spool of white thread No. 24.4' ble boys and girls of the Methodist

vast needs along these lines. Our school.
Sunday We of
usually
sj'wak
; Sunday with relatives in Lake Butler. juryman in the United States court.
ham.Miss +
1 white <>
Delia Bielling of Providence.Miss boys are enlisted. Many of them are spool darning cotton. this service as Children's I lla>t but it
Sunday school boys. The C' 1 spool black darning cotton. v> :: is People's
shipments of ties and naval Someone having more patriotismthan Bernice Parker, of LaCrosse. temptationsof more properly Young Day,
Large r' 1 pair small blunt scissors.
Miss Effie Douglass of Guilford. their new life are many. The army because we need a lot of oar grownup
. have left Starke this week. honesty has stolen the Tele- ...
stores *
1 court <
work of the Y. M. C. A. a package plaster. to mak this
graph's American flag. But another Misses Annie Sykes and Eulee attempts 6 young people help a
> 1 Testament.
great love work in its The i HciV excellent
Boneware, of Island Grove. programs by success. program
A. McKinney of Alachua will soon wave in its place.
,
Rev. '! *
'
1 White Ribbon <
which it gives the boys surroundingswhich Songster. and this will be a prratJsenice! ,

I county was in town Monday. Showers have blessed the MRS. HUGHES ENTERTAINS THE will keep them from the vile, ;) Six needles No. 5.
country CIVIC CLUB. immoral filth which seeks everywherethe !' Six coarse darning needles. tance fee will be charged. Kterybody j
Rhoda Lagergren of Jacksonville around Starke during the week, break-
Miss + Six > '
safety pins. destruction of our youth. The Red will find a welcome and the offering f
is visiting relatives in Starke. ing a drouth that threatened to be-
.. 4' 1 piece &
narrow
I Cross is abundant in many labors too tape. will be used for Sunday H'ij.l work.A .

J come serious. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Nelle numerous to mention. Our Florida !' 1 pin ball filled with pins. large offering is much de'-iird, and

R. M. Johnson, formerly of Law- I Hughes entertained the School and schools on Patriotic Day ought to ',> 1 small roll of absorbing cotton J those who have labored to make the
tey now of Waldo had business in Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and chil- contribute 1 small roll of clean muslin for (!'
Civic at the home of her mother Mrs. I thousands of dollars to occasion a success will feet) gratified
Starke Wednesday.Rev. dren motored over to Green Cove last '' bandages 2 inches wide 3 yards Sara L. Hamrick, corner Walnut and these worthy causes. when they realize their fffpits have

Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. Lafayette this being the last meetingof "We are preparing Tn our office a 4>, length. been appreciated. Let us had?'c a large t

W. F. LaRowe is holding a pro- Weeks' parents, Prof and Mrs. Mc- the season. suggestive program for the day. This These may be bought at the >5> congregation, ard a liberal offering.,;

tracted meeting at LaCrosse. Beath. The arriving club members and a program, together with literature explaining !' drug store. Our splendid electric faro will makeit t

number of invited guests were received the work of the Y. M. C. A., 4' A good motherly letter. quite pleasant for c\eryl5. even

'i'i. No. 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious Mr. Edwin Freeman has returned on the breezy veranda, where they and the Red Cross, with contribution i.. Boys, look for this first. home Ala. where he has
" from Auburn 4 to
,
I
; Fever. It kills the germs. chatted pleasantly until the beginning slips and other matter will be mailed -
3. been attending college the past term.Edwin's !' MRS. A. H. FREEMAN, <;'
of the when
meeting they gatheredin
from our Jacksonville office to every MORE BOOZE DESTROYED.
" friends are glad to have him MRS. W. M. TURNER <8rj >
;, Butler Brooks and family have moved the reception room and transacteda school this week. Our association is ,
in their midst again. >
Committee in <8>
r to Jacksonville. considerable amount of business, the working hand and heart with these Charge.
> Starke Fla. <$> and Je uty Sheriff -
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president, Mrs. A. M. Darby, presid- We Cameron
i great organizations. are hopingto
1s Mr. R. A. Green, chief clerk of the ?. made a round Tuesday
s A. G .Dyal of Belmore, was transacting make Patriotic Sunday but the beginning -
; House of Representatives at the recent ing.In 94 444U0n ? among such citisens white and black,
1 busines sin Starke Tuesday. He response to a request from Mrs. of a sustained program of
session of the legislature, has who had been reported in possessionof
to Jacksonville. Breeze asking for a number of articlesto which schools
: was on his way helpfulness our can ren- s.
completed his work and returned home more booze than the law allows.
furnish her table, the different ar- der the continuance of the
Mr. Green and Mr. T. J. Poppell will during war. They Go Together. They succeeded in rounding up eight ,
Jake Johns and family have movedto ticles were donated by individual club No matter what an i individual be-
may He who would
must
attend the teachers summer training gather roses gallons of liquor, which wa. destroyed -
I f where Mr. Johns has members. Mrs R. A. Weeks read a lieve to the of the
Kissimmee, as rightness war, not fear thorns.
school at the University of Florida. by pouring it out on the ground.
secured paying employment. stirring appeal from the National Red no Sunday school man or woman can i

,. Cross in which they ask Bradford fail to respond to the call of the Master -
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and
Mrs. R.A. Barbour and children, of county for a donation of $3,000; to help to aid those who are compelled i I
children left Tuesday for points in r.
Jacksonville are visiting at the homeof carry on the work for humanity in the either to fight in the war, or to suffer
West Florida, Mr. Knight having legal -
Mrs. Angie Sternburg.Mr. war against Germany. It was unanimously because of the results of it."
business in Tallahassee
-- ........ -- -... Chipley voted that the Starke School

and Mrs. Howard H. Davis, of the Pensacola trip by and auto Bonifay.and expect They to return made and Civic Club give $25 to this patri- ,.' '!' !' '! !' !, !. + !' + + !. ( OLD Tires 11.j F

Crandall, are spending the week with home Sunday Monday.. otic object. It was anonunced that 0 0

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. the state executive board of the F. F. + GET ,
OUT OF YOUR SHELLS. !>
W. will .
C. meet in Lawtey June 18thto .

Mrs. Bessie McGruder, of Hampton, Lawrence Bessent, of Boca Ratone, 20th inclusive, and an invitation '!.*. '!.,
.
I'ut In Circulation and .
Broward county, was in Starke last Money .j
given to the .Starke club to attend
\ of the county's noted teachers,
one week to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs these meetings. It was decided that '*' Improve Business. +, Made NEWTires
was in Starke Monday.Get '.-. .,.,
W. A. Bessent, and other relatives. the local Civic Club discontinue its ., -
I IIr.. Bessent farms prairie land and meetings until the second Wednesday "I can't do anything for you '!'
in
box
you a safety deposit a has done well this season with his to- in October. now; business is too dull," is the '!'
fireproof vault for your papers and I 2' ,J.
solicitors for
given to
I valuables at the Bradford County Bank matos and Irish potatoes. lIe was loud After the close of the business ses- answer.
v' in praise of his section and the lower sion, little Misses Lucile Mitchell, Is- i i' business when they approach our *)

I East Coast. la business men. If business is dull, ?' too much be wasted. Don't sell
: Wallace Mills, who delivers pack- Poppell, Elizabeth Andrews, Fran I '> then put some life into it. The ,;' cost to

." ages for the Southern Express Co., ces Colley Florence Andrews and .. principal reason why business has ... your old tires to the junk man. Bring them to s
D. Davis
C. Jones is "doing his bit" for Ruby charmingly entertained
for I
: has fine covered auto truck
now a !' been dull of late is that few 9
this purpose. the good of the navy by devoting one with music, both instrumeneal and vocal -I .. so us. We can make them serviceable again at small
, of his show windows for the displayof also recitations. The hostess as- farmers come to town. Each far- *
'!' mer planted all the land he .* cost. But if too much for repair will
was worn we
Rev. D. J. Blocker, of DeLand, naval pictures sent him by the committee sisted by her sister, Mrs. Ella Kate ?> ,
of his
'
capable cultivating and
of national defense. Orville Stuck, and Miss Neva Turner serveda ,
of and Tuesdaywith .. buy them from
spent part Monday work keeps him too much engaged ,.> you.
his mother, Mrs. A. F. Brock- Moitt put mere life into the exhibit by delicious salad course. '.. to allow him time to .
any spare
constructing boat of
a torpedo out ..
meyer. leave home when 9 .
except unavoidable -
such material as the store could fur- .
CANNING DEMONSTRATION.Mrs. ** But this very fact gives 9
nish. The waves on which the vessel
I The cowpea is now in the market floats are made of cotton batting colored '!' promise of good business later on '' BRING YOUR OLD TIRES TO
I and fills a long felt want," for thereis blue. ,$ when the buying will be in big 9bu4ches.

nothing else in the way of beans, T. E. Waldrup will be in Starke t* ) The farmers will have 9

I next Tuesday, June 19th for the pur- .?' more
at least at reasonable prices.Mr. money this fall than they Starke Vulcanizing Works
SING AT WORTHINGTON. of instructions in
pose giving canning
'?' ever had before and will spend it J

D. R. Edwards and family left vegetables, such as beans, peas, beets '!' liberally. So there is no use of '?. C

Monday afternoon to spend the remainder There will be a sing held at the M. carrots, okra, etc. The demonstration 'ss pinching on account of poor prospects Robert Burrows, Propietor

of the summer in Sumner, E. church of Worthington Springs on will be held in the court house yard. *. for the future, for the <* F

where Mr. Edwards is employed by Sunday evening June 17, at 3 o'clock.It She earnestly requests all who may *> prospects are bright. <" J C

the Cummer Lumber Company. will be conducted by Prof. Jesse H. profit from the instructions to be pres- ;> As the business men live off 4' .

Cole of Tuscaloosa Ala., one of the ent. I I r !> their customers, so it is their du-
Messrs. Griffin and Johns have authors of the most popular song book !. ty to return a portion of their 4

started the building of a cotton gin- "Beautiful Praise." Everybody is invited LAWTEY TO ENTERTAIN STATE 4' surplus earnings to the latter in (1. I II

ning house on the lot recently pur- to attend. BOARD F. F. W. C. ;< the way of buying their labor 4 v I : I

chased: by them from W. L. Wall, on On Monday following Prof. Cole ,.> or the commodities they have to 4 Jiv > 1
do
the railroad, south of the ice factory. will begin a singing school at Sardis The Womans Club of Lawtey is to sell. If this had been observed <*> so y

church near Worthington. have the honor and pleasure of entertaining I'6' more in the past, we would have 4$ Why

Fruit jars, all sizes and styles at the State Board of the Flor- I '*' had a bigger and better town '!' I people to

Starke Hardware Company.Mrs. SWEET CORN SHIPMENTS.J. ida Federation of Women's Clubs on I 'r now. There is not one of our 4*> go

I i i June 18th and 19th. This will be an : '*> business men who has not work
Annie Richard and Mrs. Bruce M. Truby has sent off his eighth important meeting of the board and A of one kind or another to give ,$ the

Norman, of. Jacksonville who have carload of sweet corn this week since Lawtey is singularly honored in hav- out, and now is the time to have I
at it held there.BRADFORD '*' it done. On of the *>
spent several weeks here visiting the ing account war 4
season began. Refrigerator cars
the homes of Mrs. D. R. Edwards and are used. The lightest car held 375 *. exigencies which makes the cost Andrews Mercantile Company

Mr. E. S. Matthews returned home bushels and the heaviest 427. Every GETS TWO APPOINT .fo of everything so high, those who
last Monday. day corn is sent by express from here, MENTS. 1..' depend on their labor for their a*> r I at the Brick Store?

I often in quantities sufficient to load living have truly "a hard row to i iI
Homer Limbaugh returned home + hoe," and those who can assist in 4>
half a car. The dry weather has Two Bradford I
last his vacation with county men have ;> making the task easier should do ,.>
week to
spend
stunted the development of the ears been ,
favored by Governor Catts with I II
his Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Lim ;' so. The farmer shows his patriotism $> I
parents, but prices are satisfactory. appointment to office. H. W. Raifordof The reason is to see all the new goods. They are
+ ;
baugh. Homer has been in Atlantathe I by producing all the food >

past term attending the Georgia Raiford has been appointed state ;> he can, the young men show <> certainly well worth seeing.
BAPTIST CHURCH.The I
convict inspector, and Rev. John Mul-
l' theirs for vfo
by registering
School of Technology. army
lady, of Hampton, will hereafter be (. service; let the business man '" I You can get anything that you call for there and

From five rows of tomatoes each services were good and well attended one of the state's pure food inspectors.Both ';% show his in a more substantial 4' : lEVER Y THING is GOOD too. ;
1 for hot weather, both morningand appointees are well known citizens 4 than his .*. .
decorating
row about 200 feet long, T. N. Ken- way simply
bushels of tomatoes evening.The of the county and will give the house with flags. Let him show 44 i !
drick has gathered 20 B. Y. P. U. was well attendedand state good service in the positions the > that the ,.. They sell FLOUR at a CLOSE price and tiy to !
and there will be ten more to flags really mean some- I <
harvest. The fruit is of the "Stone" the interest was good. governor has conferred upon them. thing to him. ... keep in stock what the farming people use. I

Sen-ices next Sunday morning and f' Wake up, business men, and do ,., ;
variety. other BACON SUGAR RCE:
Among things
,
,
evening as usual. IN HONOR OF MISS IGOU. 0' something for the prosperity of + ''I

Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptic, Anodyne W. G. LAW, '* the town. Let Starke be known -., : I HAY, OATS and SWEET FEED. : : c
I
-Kills putrefaction.Rev. Pastor. ;' for something more progressive '' !
pain, stops
Miss Jeannette Matthews ..
gave a than from burned '!'
chimneys i They carry a line of STETSON hats and the BJ -ST
More very delightful little supper party at : !
and Mrs. W. F. LaRowe have Metamorphosis. > buildings pointing heavenward '
closed successful series of Man used to have & hobby. Now If Kingsley lake Wednesday night in + and the absence of local advertising '/ ,. i suits made. \

a very Edgewood Christian he has a hobby. It Is a bug. honor of her guest, Miss Willie Igou, o. in the local paper. If you ...

church meetings, Jacksonville.at Among other of Eustis. The party was chaperonedby J let loose some of your money ..' : All kinds of DRESS GOODS, SILKS, MIDDY r

,
BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP Mrs. Matthews ana Mrs. James '" that others live, it is like .
fruits of their labors was the addi- may
remedies Mitchell. The )'oungpeople in attendance *> bread the waters, BLOUSES. All kinds of HARDWARE and FARM I It :# a
cough casting
tion to the church of twenty-two per- Why use ordinary upon t I Ii
when Boschee's German Syrup has were, Misses Willie Igou, o it will return to you-buttered. '" i IMPLEMENTS. ,
baptism.
sons through been used so successfully for fifty-one Jeannette Matthews, Hilda Lewis, Marie .. Never mind the war, never mind *' I I
,
Ned-Powell-, who left Starke about years in all parts of the United States Livingston, Florence Matthews, .. the hard times; the times are 'i ,: I

eleven years ago and had since then for coughs, bronchitis colds settledin Messrs. Marcus Brown, Morgan Darby 4. very much as tree make them. If r ; DON'T MISS SEEING THE NEW STOCKOF

been heard of only at rare the throat, especially! luag trouble Allen Canova, Harold Wall Homer ;' we persist in retiring into shells, 4> .

has lately written his sister intervalS'1 It gives the patient a good night's rest Limbaugh. 1' like snails, instead of being up .'>. i HATS

free from with .*> and doing, times will always be 4
B. Hopson, that he is with the Clyde coughing, easy exppc- :
Line of steamships and will soon come toration in the mornirg, gives naturea KING CONSTANTINE OF GREECE. ,. hard. a- I i ,

to Starke to visit her and other rel chance to soothe the inflamed parts ABDICATES THRONE. I 4> I ,

atives. Ned was a popular young man and throw off the disease, helping the t. 4.4 .0. 4 44 4 44 4 4 4' Andrews Mercantile {

to patient to regain his health. 25 and i Company;
and his old friends will be glad ATHENS, Greece, June 14.-King .
cent bottles. Sold C. P. Cason.
75 ty
meet him again.
Constantine has abdicated his thronein Dally Thought. ,

favor of his son, Prince Alexander.! A generous prayer is never presentedin Raiford Fla. i
left PlIes Cured In e to 14 Days I ,
Misses Emma and Susie Darby
vain; the petitioner Is always, I believe ,
attend the You druggist will Kfnod money if PAZO i
Sunday for Gainesville to OINTMENT falls to erre nycase of Itchinz. Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell rewarded by some gracious visitation. i
summer training school at the Uni- Bllod.Bleeding Protruding Piles in 6 to H da-i. .-Stevenson. V
versity of Florida. The first application eives Ease and Rest. 5Cc. everybody. Advertise.

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00000000 000000v Duval County-During the past SHALLOW CULTIVATION FOR PRIZE TOMATOES ON S. T. DOWL- CLEAN OUT THE DRAINS. SOY BEANS FOR SITED! : SilUTRnv SEi.N1-

week I have had at least fifty tele- CORN. ING FARM. POTOMAC AND OHIO rlVERs! SSN'

.- < > COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS phone calls relative to gardens, plant Some of the land owners in the East __ ft S' diseases, etc. In the last sixty days W. A. Sparkman, one of Bradford Starke drainage district have at last WASHINGTON, D. C.: }iune
OO OOOOOOOOOOOePalm I have had not less than a thousand Best results will be obtained by cultivating county's expert gardeners, brought a woke up to the necessity of keepingthe The Southern planter f-WlLis 14,*"" SW'*
requests for advice on gardening and corn shallow during the dry bunch of tomatoes to the Tribune office canals and ditches clear of obstructions time to plant soy beans f. ample sEt
;0' Beach County.-A campaign the best methods of growing sweet period. A light cultivator that will. Saturday that surpasses anything (placed there by thoughtless crop, and it offers him at ttf a ltd El,'
: is now on in this county to get hundreds potatoes. thoroughly pulverize the top soil to a 1 of the kind we ever saw. Mr. people who helped to pay for the time one of the best cash grain; present NEo
L of acres of tomato lands which depth of not more than two inches is : Sparkman has a patch of these toma- ditches), and have complained to the to supplement cotton. crow 01N
\ have always up in weeds in the the best to use, says the University : toes The sheriff .
grown Madison County-Sometime ago a (Hasting's Prolific) in his gar- county commissioners. South of the Potomac and-Ohio SE'
\ : summer, planted to summer crops. civil engineer came to the county of Florida extension division. I den and he tells us that the sample is I will see to it that no one places ob- excellent results rivers .
be|
'
; I agent's office for advice on fertilizersand Moisture is brought up from below not a freak, but that he has many : structions there any more, but he has by planting after winter may obtained SE'WISE
r* Orange County-Five of our nine varieties of seeds to plant in his the corn roots by capillary attraction.This i other bunches that he could bring in nothing to do with the driftwood that early potatoes are removf brain, and y
L'i silos under contract have been started back yard, saying he wanted to join process goes on right along'when that are fully as good. I finds its way into the canals and forms to the United States depurtmentof{ cco >Sl E
U but a shortage of cars to transport the campaign for raising more to eat. the soil is firm about the roots, but if 1 The sampe has eight fully developed dams in places. That is for the land agriculture. In such instance: \
f crushed rock will interfere with the This week he is showing photographsof the soil is pulverized to a considerable tomatoes on one stem and five of owners to remove. land need only 1 IIC thoroughly the
Is, construction of those not started. corn in his garden taller than his depth, the flow of moisture is stopped these are as large as the average to- Now while the piles of trash whichare to secure a suitable seed ; d.disked SW NV
in at the level ready by the cultivation.It found occasionally in the water- JM Late SE
i head and other garden crops pro- mato grown anywhere. These were varieties as the :Mammoth
.1; Santa Rosa County-A meeting was portion. is necessary to pulverize the top grown without commercial fertilizer.Mr. ways, are dry, they should be burnedup. planted as late as June 15to? may 20 be i t
1 soil to keep the moisture from comingto Every man in the district shouldsee and N1
Sparkman will mature
tJ held here recently to dedicate a dipping can a quantityof good yields of seed.;- ,arly
Brothers the surface and being lost by evaporation these tomatoes well that it is done. The canals may such Ito varieties SF
. ; vat. Sixty farmers were pres- Manatee County-Vanderipe as as many as San, Mftiium Yel- 51
i ent, and all left the meeting enthusiastic have just completed a 100-ton If any light shower falls suf- other products of his garden and will not run through your land, but you are loy, Mikado, and Mongol, miy be sown S\
.; over the proposition of dispos- stave silo at their farm on the Miak- ficient to cake the surface of the soil be as independent a man as any sec- depending on them for drainage, and in the Cotton Belt as late 4 s July 15 S S\%
: ing of the cattle tick by dipping. ka. Mrs. Potter Palmer has four of when dried, work the cultivator in the tion ever saw, as he has not only the for self-protection you should see and still mature the crop o %eed. 2
field to break the caked surface. I that they are in a condition to
., the ten silos recently purchased, up again canned goods but the staples as well. carry The yellow-seeded '
By such methods of careful cultiva- -Raiford Tribune. off their quota of water. The rainy 1 ties are >
and the others are going up rapidly. preferred, especially by fod N
mann-
; Madison County-The continuoushot Frank Pierce has the work of erectinghis tion moisture will be conserved for season is not far away. facturers The Iamrnotht Yellow SI
dry weather has been hard on the 16 by 40 tile silo well under way. the crop and the roots of the plants especially adapted to the it. E>
For BUD WORM ATTACKS CORN. Southern
boll weevil that emerged early. : KEEP THE GARDEN COMING.Are .
broken and will be disturbed. 4
not
He also has the ground : States for seed product;* maid
has been hard to
weeks it
j two
nearly
: where forms built for a cattle dipping vat. erable quantities of s 'ed7; this variety :-.
in cotton fields
weevils
find I
a three weeks large numbers could H. C. Slaughter has his vat in but has HOARDING OF FOODSTUFFS. The increased acreage of corr planted you feeding your family out of are still available for planting. :--.
r be found ago I a leak to stop. The foundation went in Florida this year is likely to of- your home garden? If so, you real- The soy bean already ht=s reacheda f-
into quicksand and this caused some fer a greater inducement to the bud ize how well your efforts put forth so place of high economic tnportance i

l trouble The Secretary of Agriculture rec- worm to begin its damaging activity.In easily have repaid you It has been a in America and Europe as i,foodstuff. I
li i Wakulla County-Here is one way :I ommended the discouraging of hoard- some fields, the worms are already beneficial effort both physically and The seed of the soy bean, unlike that
!', to keep down the cost of farm imple- Madison County-A meeting of the ing of foodstuffs in the following tel- attacking the buds on stalks not more financially. But don't stop now. Your of the cowpea, rarely is attacked by J
I ments. One of the corn club boys in members of the Boys' Clubs was held egram, sent on May 17, in answer to than knee high, or boring into the great state is blessed with an all-the- the weevil or other grain i!sects. Even
this county made a one-horse cultivator in Madison recently. In the morning, an inquiry: stalks at the surface of the ground. year-round climate and your garden where the oil is extracd the resultant
1 after a pattern furnished by the the boys met in the circuit court room "There is urgent need for large pro- Later in the season the worms may ground can be made to produce some- meal is a very desirable food.
county agent and the tool is doin good where they received advice from extension duction of foodstuffs to meet the needsof be found on the silks of the ears from thing each month.As During the present season tie demand
work. workers and local men who this country, to supply the nations which they soon enter the ear to eat living costs mount, cultivate your for seed by food manufacturers has
are interested. At noon, the Woman's with which we are co-operating in this the kernels. ,I garden ground Make its production resulted in greatly increc.rd gcesi. .
r CV&b fci Ka&swi srjti a im V rtV>I. war, and in part to meet the require- The best time to control the wormsis keep pace with the prices, is the advice \\In view of the large(; dcmar, 1, prodnc-
; Washington County Farmers are for the boys and in the afternoon pigs ments of neutrals in Eurppe. 1 be- when they are attacking the corn of University of Florida extension I ton in excess ol requirements! is wry
I ''I working hard and crops of everykindlook were delivered to forty-three boys lieve that even after peace comes this as bud worms, says J. R. Watson of division. Tie warm weather improbable and this season) crop Undoubtedly -
I well. Farmers don't wait for who have recently joined the Pig Club. nation will be called upon for a con- I the University of Florida experiment may be discouraging, but the results will command ,:profitab1e
rain nor dry weather; well prepared The pigs were registered DurocJerseys siderable time to meet demands for station. If the corn field is of con- will not be. Don't let your garden prices. The soy bean also i# a soil improver .
: soil is showing its advantages quite and will have a marked influ- foodstuffs from abroad. It is urgent siderable size, the bag and pole method ground loaf. and the straw is viable for
plainly during this dry weather. ence on the. size and quality of hogs also that we conserve food and high- of control may prove the best. feeding purposes. t "
raised in Madison county. ly desirable that we eliminate waste, Make a mixture of equal parts of Safety First With Cough and Cold. .., ,

that the course of trade shall be free, powdered zinc arsenite or lead arse- "Oh, just a cough," today may become WATCH THE LItE
Marion County-"Never saw this so L. C. POWELL AS A FARMER. and that there shall be fair dealing. ate and air slaked lime, or twice as grippe or pneumonia tomorrow. On chicks. These paiasltj the
f: many sweet potatoes planted at much of the lime the Thousands die from neglected colds. sap
There is need for as arsenical
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year"I my trace says much of After harvesting a splendid crop of or panicky Hoarding of food be used. Dust this down into the hill Take Dr. King's New Discovery be- the hen at night with D. r\. Thomas'
agent. can
county oats on his field just east of the Starke stuffs should be discouraged. Doubt- in the morning while the dew is on fore your cough becomes chronic. A Louse Killer ,l ,
the an :rjubes
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this increase to the influence your
committee corporation line, Mr- L. C. Powell has less many persons who have laid in the plants so that the poison will run few doses check the cold by killing the ended. It also kills bugs oft
r members of the agricultural -
their had the stubble plowed under and will, excessive amounts of products may down into the buds. Put the poison germs. The healing balsams soothe I tomato and squash vnes. :We sell aret
; at work neighbors.
.; among as soon as a sufficiency of rain comes, learn that they could have purchasedmore into coarse muslin bags and hang the throat, loosen the phlegm and I. to you and if it does not juke ] .
plant the land to sweet potatoes and favorably by following ordinary them on a pole at distances equal to clear the air passages of secretions we will, D. C. Jones, Starke! Fla. June .
Jackson County-Watermelons in pinders. On this land last year he practice and that their stock may deteriorate that between the corn rows. Then which provoke coughing. Contains '18152229. I
the Graceville section look very prom- made the finest corn we have ever in quality. People of means hold the pole across the saddle and mildly laxative ingredients which remove V
ising although it is somewhat dry anda seen. Of corn he had altogether seventeen should realize that by engaging in the ride your horse down the field slowly, the waste that aggravates the c
good rain is needed. Graceville expects -. acres, from which he harvest- practice of hoarding they lay an ad- jarring the pole as the'bags hang over cold. At your druggist, 50c, $1. (2) the Quinine That Does Rot Aflyt TIle. HudBecause
to ship at least one thousand I ed 700 bushels-a little more than 41 ditional burden on the less well-to-do the hills of corn. Four rows may BR0MO of its QUININE tonic ant laxafve belter titan tted.! ordiDlf LAXATIVE ?

carloads if weather condition are fa I bushels to the acre. His best one anda people, who are compelled to purchase be dusted at a time with no great ef Read the Bradford County Tele- Quinine aid does not causoetvi nsneti act
tirK-og in head Remembei the(.ill name and
vorable. fourth acres produced 100 bushels. from day to day." fort. grrph-the home paper. I look tot the signs!ur* of a. r/KOVE. Vc.

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

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

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NOTICE. DESCRIPTION OF LAND See Twp Bee. Acres Owner Tun 4 DESCRIPTION OF LAND See Twp. Bra Acre Owner T ( ft j
; 'Notice fa hereby given that the following described land will be sold at public auction on S. Eo CG.ta. 8. E. *tat M ,

; w" MONDAY IN JULY 1917 it being the 2nd day of aid month, before the Courthouse W 5 A of N'y of NWy4 of NE4 __23 6 22 6 Mr M. E. Edwards 5.50 of NW!. and WH of NWK of S
in Bradford County State Florida, or *o much will be necessary to ?.
Starke. with N'g of EIfr, of the following described "----*--------- 1- 6 22 80 Unknown __..._.._ ::9.11
: due for taxes herein set opposite the together the cost of such sale SW34o/
aaiount tame I land: Com at S line of Sea 23 where SEL+ ----iiiH__znTis 6 72 40 R. D. Strickland U.TT .
-ertilIDS. it crosses S. A. L Ry and run N NWK of NEA4 of SWK -______14WH 6 22 10 Unknown _,;J4.62 ir
1254 ft. thence E and at right angles \ of EH of SE% of NWK --
OF LAND Sea Twp. Acres Owner Tues ftCosta : 14SH 6 22 10 J. Homer Livingston -1.62
DESCRIPTION 8. Bee to said Rr 1396 ft to a pt of beg. of NEK of NEK and SEK! of +-:" 95 r.' ,
thence N parallel with said Ry 650 NWK of NEt and SEK of NEK_16 I 22 70 Matilda Dixon ___ 10.83 : .
of NWK of SWK and SH of ft, thence E at right angles 335 ft. SH of NEK of NE} w .___17 I 22 20 Louis Carr .,..10! 63 1
t2' lying S and W of R R ______36 4 18 40 Mrs. Ida Anderson I 6.42 thence parallel with laid Rr 650 ft, E% of SEK of SEU --_----_____17SEK 6 22 80 Rayn-ond D.-Crawford-.3.81---- .:'
s".1. '. of SWW and SMi of thence W at right angles 335 It to of NWK __17 "
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/ ---------------- I 22 40 Unknown ,8.86
swu lyinVN and E of R R ___36 4 18 60 D. L. Ward _____ 7.85 beg _---_'_______________P3 II 22 1 Emma Paul _____ 6.51 11 A com at NE cor of NWK of SW .
ij of NWK and NWK of SW% _31 4 19 70 C. J. Haney 7.65 Lot 11 in East Lawtey ______________ Mra. M. E. Edwards.. 3,81Lota >4 and run W 1060 ft, S 450 ft, E .
asd E La* of ow4 CUM' and or74 GF1fll-____. 4 21 560 Unknown ___ 46.08 17 and 18 In East Lawter ________________ Mn. M. E. Edwards_ 10.53 1060 ft. N 450 ft to point of beg__17 6 :R 11 Jeff Lee ____....... 5.75
of NE4s _'5 4 22 40 Nero Rawl ___. 4 25 Lot 21 in East Lawter _____________----- Mn. M. E. Edwards... 34 05 NE}4 of SWK --_---_- --_18WH 6 22 40 Annie Reynolds ___ "
; __________ _______-25 4 22 320 Mn. Catherine Cook 24.64 Lot 22 In East Lawte7 ___________ ____ L. L. Sapp Jr 20.61 \ : of NWK _---------- ____18 6 22 80 Jack Cummings 4.71
$ i' o/NES& ajld SH of NWK and S I Lot 28 in East Lawtq ______ .. _.__. Mn. Jennie E. Brown 17.25 W 6 A of SH of SWK of SWK; ____18 6 22 I July Gaines _Est. 8.95 ;
I '4 _--_ ______ 36 4 22 45:: MJ'II! Carrie B. Star Lot 29 in East Lawter _________---___ J. P. Edwards 13.89 All WH of NEK of NEK E of public a .v _r: 1.87 s
ling _________ 61.23 Lota 38 31 and 32 in East Lawtey _______ Mn. M E. Edwardl.. 15.68 road -- ------------.-.----?Q fi 22 17 Unknown ..____..;'
f It'of NW44 of NWK ----- 1 6 18 20 Mn. Ida Anderson 3.29 Lot 47 in East Lawter _____________________ Amelia Hawkins __ 3.81 I Com 420 ft N of SE cor of SWK ofSWy4andrunN60ftW115ftS ::. 2.44
of NWy4 and N} of SWK-__14 5 18 120 M. J. Nettles 11.80 Lot 69 in East Lawter _________________ Chu. Parker ._____ 2.14 ;:
of NWy4 _________14 5 18 40 Phillip Nettle 4.24 Lot 4 in Ott's subdivision in East Law- 60 ft E 115 ft to point of beg---21NEK 6 22 Clarence Ellenon 4.41

! i \ of '4 ____- --- 15 5 18 80 M. H. Nettle 8.01 tey -__________ ____________________--_-----_ Wm Williams _____ !.U of SEK of SWK ---_21 II 22 10 J. B. Rhcden: ___._,?::1053I
! ; 14 ?NE14 and wirof K"Vnd Lot 6 in OU'I subdivision in East Law- Com at NW cor of land owned by Elmira !

of NWK and N 26 2-3 A of SW'i tey -------__ _______ .. --- Cwo Parker _____ 2,44 King on E side of Ry right of ;
i NWK and N 26 2-3 A of SEK of Lot 7 in Ott's subdivision in East Law way and run easterly at right angles

XWK ______16 II 18 253 W. C. Allen __ 24.03 toy ----------______ _________ David M. Smith __ 2.44 to said Ry to E line of section 22.
of SWy4 ..------------22 II 18 40 Land ft Trust Co. of Lot 8 in Ott'l sub division in East Law- thence N along said section line to 11 1 _

Florida ___ 6.79 lay ---_________ __ Mn. E. J. Dinkine.. 2.44 center street, thence W along said +
of NE'4 ________23 II 18 40 C J. Johnson __ 4.24 Lots 10 and 11 in Ott'l sub division in street to Ry right of way thence S ._

0fNyfy4andW12AofEyjof East Lawtey --_____________ _____ Thad Nicholson ____ 4.14 along said right of way to point of 4
fW _' __---24 II 18 92 C. J. Johnson __ 9.58 Lots 13 14 and'15 in Ott' sub division beg. in E}2 of NE%, except such lots

: t of SWK and NWK of SEK --27 II 18 80 J. W. Blume _____ 10.53 in East l..wtey ---__________-______ Mary McGill ____ 5.80 or pieces as have heretofore been
) % tI NWK of SWK and NEK of S SEy4 of NW% less 14 A ia SE cor __-24. 6 22 26 Mrs M. E. Edwards__ 3.81 deeded _________________-21 6 22 14 Louis GJJCP J 11.58
---- 34 6 18 60 W. C. Shallar ____ 9.58 NE of of NE% of SW% --------__....25 5 22 10 Mn. M. E. Edwards_ 3.81 1 lot 65 ft on S side of NH and 110 -
%iVjffiK" -- ___SS 6 18 40 E. P. Dicks 4.71 SIfr, SW of NE% --____ 6 22 20 Mn. M. E. Edwards_ 3.81 ft wide on N side of SH of blk 2,
ied i of SEKI -------- 6 6 19 40 Unknown ____ 6.12 SWy4 of NE'4 of SEy+ ---_____25 II 22 10 D. Davis ____ 3.81 S R 2 E in Temples sub division __21 6 22 2 Rose WUiarM: ______ 3.37
of NE'4 and E% of NW'4 9 5 19 120 A. B. Fletcher, Trustee NWy4 of SEy4 of SWy4 ---________-25 5 22 10 Forest Seeber ____ 3.81 Eyofblk1SR2EandWygof '
% except 25 A of NWK of SEK N __..__ 12.09 SWy4 of SWy4 of NWy4 --------_____25 II 22 10 Sarah Williams ___ 3.81 blk 1, S. R. 3 E. and fraction of N ,
By. except also Ry right of way Nyy of NEy4 of NEy4 of SE}, ___.6 6 22 5 Rufus McRae ___ 112 WK of blk 1, N R 2 E being 248 ;,
< aU I A on E tide S of Ry ___16 II 19 130 H. K. Roberta ___ 13.65 N',. of SWy4 of NEy4 ,-___________ 15 22 20 A. Paul ____ 10.53 ft N and S and 330 ft E and W and : ''
of NEK lea Ry right of way _._22 Ii 19 74 B. G. Lassiter __._ 6.76 SW4& of NW4 of SE14 _--________ 6 22 10 Unknown ________ 3,81 SEK of blk 1, N R 2 E and NWK ; "
L of SWK and SWK, of SEK --T4 Ii 19 80 Unknown ___ 12 22 NWy4 of SWy4 -_----------___26 Ii 22 40 L. L. Sapp Jr __ 10.53 of blk 1 S R 2 E and NH of SWK .l
I'l:\ of SEK" except 10 A in SE cor --24 5 19 30 Callie Williams ._ 7.17 N4 of SE% of NWy4 W of Ry and N of blk 1 S R 2 E in Temple's subdivision r
'" of NEK" and NEK of SWK _35 Ii 19 80 Unknown 8.39 'y of SW% of NWy4 -------____ 6 22 35 Mrs. M. E. Edwards 9.16 __._.______..______....222H G M 19 N. B. Ball --4 15.25
1 of SWy __ ______ 8 Ii 20 40 R. M. Hersey ____ 4.24 W2AofW'gofNwofSEy4of '{ A com at NW cor of Center stand 4
i $"" III NEU ni__nnr__________10 6 90 40 Unknown ________-. 4.71 ,.NE'4 ft------- -. -_26 5 22 2 A. T. Paul _______ 1.42 Lawtey and Starke public road t .
in NE corof NE% of SEft 420 ft Corn at sw eor of SEK and run E on and run W along Center st 430 ft to I
and S by 210 ft E and W _____12 II 20 2 Gid Green ____ 1.42 section line 410 ft to a point of beg lands formerly owned by N. D. Hag- t
'4 of BW'4 of SEI4 ___________12 6 20 10 W. T. Ritch _____ 2.14 thence N 660 ft, E 198 ft. S 660 ft, aman. thence N along said land 260 t
of NE'4 __. _13 II 20 80 T. B. Handley ____ 20.61 W 198 ft to beg -----________26 Ii 22 3 Jas. W. Williams ____ 4 70 ft, thence E 430 ft to said road. f s
of NE14 __________________14 II 20 40 J. W. Nichols ___ 6 12 SWK of SWK of NEK and NWK thence S along said road to point of 4
of NEK of SEK of SW% ___.....l5 6 20 5 Chris. C. Buckhart __ 1.88 of NWK of SEK and SEK of SEK of beg in Temple' sub division-2V
of NEK ____________11 6 20 40 J. L. Varne 4.24 of NWK and NEK of NEK of S A _____._________________._._- .22 6 22 3 Joe Morris _______Jl 8.85
VNW eo'r of NEK of NWK being Wyi -- 27 II 22 40 1011'8. Virginia Futch__ 8.07 N4 of SEK of SWK of SWK except
ft aquare ______17 II 20 4 R. M. Hersey __ 1.25 Ey4 of NE14 of SEy4 --_______27 5 22 20 L. L. Sapp Jr. _____ 7.17 1yj off W end-3% A ____---22SEK 6 22 40 Sam Harris Jr ___It. 5.34
of SWK _____________.21 5 20 40 Mn. W. A. Owens 1.12 Lot 33 In Woodlawn ---_______29 5 22 10 Unknown _________ 1.87 of SWK of SEK and E 2 A of 4
% of SW'& ____________.25 5 20 40 B D. Andrew ___ 6.12 Ny of lot 22 in Woodlawn -______.29 II ft. 5 E. C Johns _____ 1.81 SWK of SWK of SEK __________22 6 22 12 E. L. Simmons __.<. 14.61
:' of 8Ey __ __.25 5 20 40 Unknown 4.71 Lot 11 In Woodlawn -----______29 6 22 10 Unknown ________ 3.29 NH of SWK of SEK and SK of N
of SEK _________-26 5 20 40 B. D. Andrew _____ 8.96 Lots 4 and 13 in Woodlawn ________30 6 22 20 D. B. Johns _____ 4.11 W% of SEK and SEK of NEK of .
of SWK ________--28 Ii SO 80 G. V. Goodwin .____ 8.86 Lots 49 and 64 in Woodlawn ________31 6 2: 20 M. J. Hutson ____ <1.29 SWK ________________22N 6 22 60 E. L. Simmons --i. 80.24
at SW cor of SW SWK and Lot 5 in Woodlawn --_____________82 5 2l 10 Unknown ________ Lh7 % of SWK of NEK ___________22 6 22 20 O. B' Sweat _.J-. 15.16
N 504 ft. ef 625 ft to a Ey of NWy4 of SWy4 ----_________35 f 12 20 M. Thompkine _.__ :.17 N14 of SWK of SEK -23 6 22 20 R. 0. Strong ___,. 11.80
Oillt of beg thence N 260 ft, E 105 Lots 14 and 17 in Pee iville --_______35 6 22 5 Anthony Moore ____ 3.H NEV4 of NEK -_-----_____________24 6 22 40 R. D. Strickland .-|. 18.10
S 260 ft. W 105 ft to beg __--29 II 20 H. K. Robert ___ 9.76 Lot 15 and 2. in Peetsville ______35 II 22 13 Isaac Miles ___.._____ x.81 All EH of SEK of NWK N of public \
2* of blk S in F N. Andrew Lots 18 and 20 in Peetsville _--____35 6 r2 13 Wm. Strong ________ i 4(1 road -24 6 22 1? Unknown _____..4_ 6.87
to Lake Butler -_______-_____________ Unknown ___________ 1.10 SEy4 of NE14 of NE14 ________36 5 22 10 H Warne, Jr. ___ Z14 N% of SEK of NE% _______________J4 6 22 20 Unknown _____ 8.77W16AofNWyofSE4andN5A
44 of blk 4 in F. N. Andrew add to NE4i of NE}& of NW% -------_____ 5 22 10 Jill Surtain _______ 3.111
Butler ______,__________ Unknown _______ 1.10 SWy4 of SEy4 and E% of SW'A --___ 3 6 18 120 W. C. Allen _____._ lUO I of Wtf of SWK of SEK N of Peek
St of blk 4 in F. N. Andrew add Beg at NE eor section 6 and run S 60 road -24 6 22 R. D. Bower _____ 12.72

Lake Butler _____________________ Unknown _________ 1.10 ft. W 120 ft N 60 ft E 120 ft to NEK of SEK --_______________25 6 22 40 Unknown _____ 17.06
45 and 46 of blk 5 in F. N. An. point of beg on N side of public road 6 6 18 N. E. Ice,Itr _..__.._ Lis Sty: of NEK of SEK -____________26 6 22 30 Carl W. Thulin ..- 13.26
add to Lake Butler ______________ Unknown __________ 1.42 NWy4 of SEy4 and E 12 A of NEy4 of WH of SWK of NWK and N% of N .
47 of blk S in F. N. Andrews add SW% ----_-----__________ 9 6 1" t2 \\.101 IT"1 _____ 1 WK of SWK except 6 A in SE eor
Lake Butler _________________ Unknown ________ 1.10 Ebt of SW% of SW% ---_________ 9 c 11i 211 Wet ''rice ___.___.__ oI.Z4 106 yds N and S by 293 yds E and .
49 blk 5 in F. N. Andrew* add to NW4& of NEy4 -----_________.____10 6 18 40 W. C. Allen _____ U4 W ___________________________26NEK 6 22 44 Polly A. Drew .,-? 28.65
Butler _________________ H. K. Roberts _____ 1.10 SE'4 of NEy4 --___________________11 6 18 40 Seboy Jones ________ 5.49 of SW% of NWK __________26 6 2? 10 S. F. Morgan __i_ 8.65
M blk I ia F. N. Andrew add to SWJi, 01 NWy4 -----________________12 6 18 40 Seboy Jones ________ 5.49 Wk of NEK of SWK of NEK _27 622 6 C. E. Murrh ___:_ 6.39
Butler ____________ -________ Unknown _________ 1.10 2 A in NW cor of NEy4 of SEy4 ___.14 6 18 2 Ella Burroughs (col) .95 Beg at NE cor of SEK of NEK and I
bUt 23 except W 105 ft in Lake But- NEI.4 of NEy4 -_-----_--_-----___ 6 18 40 Unknown ___________ 4.24 run W 382 ft, thence Southeasterly
__--__.-J--.HJ.au-r.________________ Chu. F. Riven __.....17.55 Wtg of NEy, of NEy4 and NWy4 of t oa point 225 ft W of section line t"
at SW cor of said Byrd and Verner NE14 and N}& of SWy4 of NE14 ____17 6 18 80 R. W. Williams _____ 9.58 on S line of SEK of NE' thebce
and run E 50 ft. N 1(0 ft. W 60 S'y of SWy4 of NEy4 and NWy4 of southeasterly 660 ft to a point 120

4 S 150 ft to beg ________ ------__ Green Fitzpatrick __ 7 77 SEI& and E4tj of NEy4 of SWy4 ____17 I 18 80 Martin Malphun ____ 10 83 ft from said section line, thence E ,
: at SW eor and run E 650 ft to a pt SEy4 of NEy4 and NEy& of NEy4 of 120 ft to said section line, thence N : .
: ;- beg thence N 150 ft. E 50 ft, S SEy4 -------------_______ 6 18 50 L. R. Graham _____ 7.06 on section line to beg -27 6 22 12 Polly A. Drew .],1}_ 8.02
ft. W 60 ft to point of beg in NEy& of NEy4 ------------------____ 6 18 40 Unknown __________ 6,49 Com at NE cor of WH of NW}& of i
and Verner lot -_______________ Clara Fitzpatrick ___ 3.04 Wy'2 of NEy4 and W'2 and W1-2 of S SEK of NEK and run W 200 ft to t
16 of bit S in McKinney'a add to E'of W>y of NE1-&& ---____________ 6 18 40 Ellen Hunt ________ 1.11 a point of beg, thence S 245 ft,' W i *
Lake Butler _______________________. A. C. Wadsworth ____ 9.16 EI,2 of NEy4 or lot 1 -______________27 6 18 80 Seboy Jones _______ 6.76 109 ft. N 245 ft, E 109 ft to point I ;
fI' 24 and 25 of blk 3. McKinne,'. add SEy4 of SWy4 except W 210 ft ---___ 1 6 19 34 Mn. R. I. Tomlinson 7.17 of beg _____w______________28 6 22 Geneva Towns -i- __ B-01
new Lake Butler ______-__._-___ Lake Butler Ice and NEy4 of NEy4 ------------------__ 5 6 19 40 J. D. Crawford _____ 4.'il 1 lot 105 ft N and S by 420 ft E and i .
f 41 42 43 44 blk 3 in McKinney's Electric Co __...:.. 14.49 S4g of SW14 of SW14 -_____:_______ 1 6 19 20 J. B. Crawford ____ 1.96 W in SW cor of NWK of SEK and ,r
or new Lake Butler ______ ___. M ____ H. A. Hewitt ___ 14.19 E'4 of NWy4 and NE14 of SW14 ____12 6 19 120 Mr R. I. Tomlinson 11.80 1A105ftNandSby420ftEand r a
I'I'x S 4 of blk 4 in McKinney's ads NWy4 and 3 A In SW cor of NWy4 of W in NW cor of SWK of SE!. ___28 6 22 2 Mrs R. S. Ferna&et 24.87 ,
new Lake Butler ______________________ Unknown ________ 4.11 NEy and 2 A in NW cor of SWy4of !'i A bounded Sand E by Pine st, j K.
I'i 1 ? of blk IS in B. L. Newsom' NE'4 ---_----_______________.13 6 19 62 J. M. Dukes _______ 8.61 W by S. A. Bryan and N by Mrs t:
to Lake Butler _____*- ._______ Mrs. V. 0. Scarborough SEy. of SWy4 and SWy4 of SEy& ___13 6 19 80 Bank of Lake Butler 9.28 L. A. Miller in Starke ________.:T8: 6 22 R. S. Fernandez 'f-- 2.74
_______ 4.41 I SE'4 ------ ---_________________ 6 19 160 Jonathan M. Dukes_ 14.63 Com at SE eor of SWK of SWK and I
Ink 1 in D. E Knight'* add to Lake NW14 of NW14 ___________________18 6 19' 40 J. B. Crawford ____ 6.47 run W 795 ft, N 315 ft, NE 608 ft .
Butler __ _- -------------------- L. M. Stokes -------- 10.83 NI,2 of SE4& of SE\! ________20 6 19 20 A. M. Thomas _____ 3.29 thence E 174 ft, S 902 ft, to point of t
and N 5 ft of Iota 5 and NW's, of SEy& _____________f1 6 19 lands of Mrs. i
S U of Iota 12 ------ 40 J. H. Avero _______ 4.11 beg-Also certain S
if iI I in F. P. Odom' add to Lake Butter Wyy of NEl,.. and E12 of NW': and H. Sparkman's and W of S. A L. '

f ___ ____ --__ ____-- Charon &: Sparks ___ 11.13 NEy4 of SW14 ---------_______--24 6 19 200 Bank of Lake Butler lU8 Ry in SEK of SWK _____________28 6 22 10 Mr E. F. John __ 25.47
Lot I in T.'E. Dekle'c lit add to Lake Com 140 yds S of NE cor of NEI& of Lot 8 of blk 3 in Starke ______ C. It. Eni'ey -..4__ 7.17
Butter.__ ------ Mn. Jessie A. Wilson 17.55 NW14 and run S 140 yds. W 210 yds. Lots 5 6 7 and 8 of blk 10 in Starke ____________ Mn. A Floreua -_ 17.KMn. -}
Lot 14 in T. E. Dekle' lit add to Lake N 140 yds. E 2H 7ds to point of beg28 6 19 6 Unknown ___________ %.47 Lots 1 and 3 of blk 16 in Starke _____________ Jennie if.ude
Butler _______*________________ S. S. Proctor ______ 10.83 15 A in SW cor of 8Wy4 of NW14 E of W* of lots 5 and 7 of blk 16 in Hoffman ----i-, 20.91
II WH of lot SO in T. E. Dekle'i lit add to R Rand W of public road ______a8 6 19 15 D. L. Palmer ______ 6.42 Starke -________________ ._ Mr M. E. Edwails__ 84.7f
i Lake Butler ___ ---- Unknown _________ 2.44 Belt at NW eor of SWy& and run E Lots 5 and 7 and part of lots 6 and }
N M of EH of lot 1 and WH of lot 308 yds. on line dividing N'g and Syg 1 of blk 18 in Starke _____________________ Unknown _____. 34.",
; 1 In T. E. Dekle'a 2nd add to Lake of sec. 29 to a point of beg, thence S 24V! ft of lot 4 of blk 20 in Starke _________ Dr. N. W. Frtnt;* __ 30.69
Butler.S.. H. Carver 777 E 440 yds thence S 880 yde to sec Blk 21 in Starke ___________________________ R..R and Hctti M.
Lot 11 N of Ry in T. E. Dekle's 2nd add line. thence W UO yds. N 880 yda to .. ';"', Prevatt j 61.15 1-
----
f I to Lake Butler ---__jjj____jitj________,____,--________ Harry Williams ___ 4.11 Point Blk 31 w extended on Ensey's map of '
4 A in 8W eor of NH of lot 4 __31 6 20 4 Mrs. C. A. Knight of of beg ------- .._____-29 6 19 gO C. A McLeod ------ 10,45 Starke ___________ ___________________________ B. S. John __J_ 6.61
; 4 A in SE cot of NH of lot 1 lying (Hein) __________ 4.11E NWy4 NWy4 _____.30 6 19 40 Unknown _________ 6.12 Lot 1 2 13 and 14 of blk 11 in Livingston 1
of S. C Crabb and S of land owned NE14 of NW14 N of dYer ______.32 6 19 30 Unknown ___________ 4.71 Truby &: Co' add to Starke ..._______-_____ Mn. U. G. Turner 27.63 i
All of N ______
Ste NE14 of river _
___81 B 20 4 Lamar __. 82 6 19 30 Thomas &: Lamb ___ 14062
Kibby blk in Truby
by J. G. Purvia 4.41 tote Lot 5 of 11 Livingston :
7 8 9 and 10 01 blk '
add to Lake 1 In Worth. ______________._________ .
Lota 7 andButler. 8 in Townsend'* &: Co' add to Starke Ow ington __________________ _
_
___31 B 20 ---- ---- -- N. J. Parrish _______ 3.01
E. W. ___
I'S Miller __ 4.11 Lot 1 of blk 2 in ____ of blk 27 in Livingston. Truby ft
Worthington __ __________
Lota > 10 and 11 in Townsend' add to Lots 3 and 4 of blk 2 in Worthing. R. E. L. Duke- ______ 11.i9 Co' add to Starke ______________________________ Mn. J. P. LIndy 5.80 _

Lake Butler of___and'--SWK- of S SI 5 20 ,J. C. Tarvin ___- 5.80 ton ---_______________________-_ E. J. Hardee ::______ 1.87 Lots 5 6 7 8 9 and 10 of blk 31 in .t
SH of NWK SEK Lots 6 and 7 of block 3 in Worthington Livingston. Truby .t Co's add to

EK" except 10 A in SW cot S of road __________ ______ J. J. Thomas 4.41
____
and NEK of SEK of SWK and E 210 All ----lot------------- Butler Stevens & Bell 22.43 Lots a3knd4 or Wfb k-6i Li------------- i-
triangular embracing hotel
ft of NWK of SEK" of SWK _---" 6. 21 62 G. C. Sapp _______ 14.79 round, according to plat of Worthington and ingston, Truby and Co' sub division : ;

I't Com 210 yd S of NW eor of E NEK 70 yd.of ___________________:.______-______-__________ Thomu &: Lamb ___ 29.40 of NEK of NEK _________________28 6 22 Rose Cox --___'i----)f 4.41
S 63 Z-3 ,da. and 2 and all Iota 3
SEK" and run Lots 5 6 and 7 of blk 7 in Worthington W4/ of Iota 1
N M 24 yd*. W 70 yd* to beg __18 6 21 2, J. H. Denmark ______ 11.13 and 4 of blk 17 and W/4 of lots 1 j
of __________ -________________----______ Thomu &: Lamb ____ 1.81
Com 10 eh W of NE cor of NWK N12 of lots 6 and 3 in Worthington _____-____________ Thomas & Lamb ____ 1.88 and 2 and lots 3 and 4 of blk 18 of t 4
W 20 degrees.S division
SEK and run S 89 ft. Lot 1 of blk 11 in Worthington ____________________ Unknown _________ 1.88 Livingston, Truby and Co's sub -
along Ry 4_
22 __
ft thence D. P. Pullum _
198 ft N 72 Lot 4 of blk 11 in Worthington ____________________ G. W. Andrews ____ 1.02 of NEK of NE6 18-45
right of way to place of beg in NWKnf : Lot 5 and 7 of blk 11 in Worthington Lots 1 and 4 or S% of blk 31 in Livinnton -
SEU ___ ___---*8 5 21 Mn. Ella May Len. _____ _.__ __ Truby ft: Co's sub division of i
-- --n _________ _________ Thomas & Lamb __
----- 1.88
lion ------------ 8.671 LoU 5 and 6 of blk 12 in Worthington NEK of NEKWH ___________________________ ._ 'bylli Mack -=j_ 7.77
1 A In SWy4 of SEy4 com 210 It S of ... Thomas ft Lamb of blk 23, Livingston, Truby A
NE eorandrunW210ft.S210ft. Lots io l 2 ri3 of-blk'13': in ------- -- 3.01 Co's sub division of NEK of NEK __28 6 22 R. M. Ellenon *___.. 17.66'

I'i E210 It, N 210 ft to point of M __18 Ii 21 1 Mrs Alice Robert -- 1.7"SE'4 I Worthington ........ ____________-__________ Thomas &: Lamb ___ 2.18 Blk 36 Liviacnton. Truby & Co's sub division i a
A N
of NW',4 of NEy4 except 1 Lots S and 6 of blk 14 in Worthing. of NEK of NEK ___________28 6 22 R. M. Ellenon i_ 17.55 i'

and ____ ____
cot of NE% of SW'H division of NE% of NEK! 28 6 22 Billie Bronn ____ 6.SO
right of way, Lot 7 of blk 14 in Worthington ______________.W J. McCormick ___ 1.17 Let 3 of blk 41 Livingston. Truby t ?
run S 8th 8 ft to Ry Lot 1 of blk 15 in Worthington __________________ .
thence W along said right of way 14 Lots 5 and 6 of blk 15, in Worthing.ton Unknown __________ 1.17 Co's sub division of NEK of NEK __28 6 22 Jai. E. Frankli* ___ 1.10 i
N a decreft blk 42 Livingston Truby A
ell 24 It to beg thence _______________ __ Lot 2 of ;
W 210 ft. variation 82 de- ____-________ Thomas Lamb ____ 1.47 Co's sub division of NEK of NEK __28 < 22 Julius Butler _____ 2.44
ft
green E 210 S .thence 8 1'10 It to said Ry Lot 1 of blk 19 in Worthington ----________________ Unknown _______._ 1.88 NH of blk 45 Livingston Truby & Co'
oi of bes-l A Lots 3 and 4 of blk 19 in Worthington sub division of NEK of NEK _____28 6 22 H. G. Pigford ;____ 4.11
right way to point 1n18 ______________._______________ Unknown ________ 10.68 .
__ -----------
5
NE% of 8W% __________ 21 1 Joe Jones Jr. ______ 927 Lota 6 and 7 of blk 1, Davis &: Truby'sadd
NEy-1314 A. Also Lots 2 and 3 of tract blk 21 in Worth- to Starke ____ _________________ J. T. Wills _....___ JO 91
N 1-3 of NW'H of of NE1.4 of and ington ___-__-____- ----_.__....._-_______________ H. J. Davis _______ 2.18 1 lot on W side of Walnut n street be- ;
com at by eor ydayE IS2 Lota 7 and 8 of blk 25 in Worthington tween bike A and D-N. J. Jones add is

yd4 rull. W N 141 Mde yyda S to 146 beg-4 2-3 A _____20 5 21 17 G. C. ____ 3.11NW'H __________________________________________ Mn. E. M. Petty ___ 147 to Starke ___________________________________ C. M. Alvarez...__ 4.41
,
_____ McCormick Lots 1 and 4 of block 31 in Wor 1lng- __________
___ 25 15 21 40 Blk 9 in Tample's add to Starke Mrs. Eunice E Cano-
_____ J. D.
1 A in of NW NEy nor of SWy4 of SWy4- ___26 ,5\ 21 1 Arthur Alvares _:: 896:77SE44 ton 9"Vnd*__" -______"__"________"________________ Unknown _________' 2.18 Lot 15 of blk 14 in Temple's add-to va ________.__ 34.35

____----21 Ii 21 40 Arthur Alvares ___ 8.95S Lots 10 of blk 37 in Worthing. Starke __________________________________ Unknown ____f___ 67.95
of SE/nSWy{ ___30 II 21 ton __ ______ ____________________ Mn. E. M. Petty ___ 6.42 Lota 8 and 9 of blk 20-Temple' add *
NE'4% of SW% except 44 of A SE'4 In NE cor 120 J W. Nichols ------ 962 Lot 3 of"bik"38 in Worthington -__w_____________________ Unknown ______ 1.88 to Starke ______________________ ____ E. E. West .4__ 4.11
of NEy4 N It Lot 8 of blk 38 in Worthington -.______________ Mr ..B N. Petty .__ 1.12 Lota 2 3 and 4 of blk 3-Temple's add t
NE
ud of public andexcept of 1NE% SH of lot 2 and all lot 3 of blk 39 Starke T. R. L. Dang lry_ 1.27
wand ft road of NE1.4 of NW'A andS in Worthington ____________________-__________ Thomas ft Lamb ____ 7.85 Lota to 4 6 9 and-11 of Blk "B"-Rising's : f
S 440 of NW'4 Fract Iota or bike D F G and H in add to Starke _________________________ Mn Teresa Leviton 4.11 ,
440 ft of E% of NW'A of N Worthington __________________________________ Thomas &: Lamb ____ MS Lota 11 and 12 of blk 35-Peek's add to .'
and N 160 ft of Ey of SWy4 of NW'A Fract blk "M" in Worthington -________.___________ Thomas & Lamb ___ 3.29 Starke Laura Harris 2.09 ,
ft of SEy4 ------ -- -
W44 and N 160 SWK of NEK and NWK of SEK and iiii --d'-g--b----; f-
,
__ lot in Starke N i
5 21 1
except Iota IOld Iceptlalot 2 NE I%and 436 185 W. Ellerr Davie _____ 25.23 NH of NEK of SEK _________23 6 20 100 J. T. Reaves ______ 10.68 210 ft E and W bounded E by Walnut -- i
NE'4 of NE1.4 of NEy4 and W44 Lots 2 and 3 of blk 24 in New Riyr--23 6 20 D. W. and I. W. Pin- st, N by J. R. Davis W by land 4
and SE4i .
E.f Ib '
_______ 1 I b 22 holster ____ 1.61 of B. L. Bugg and S by blk "C" of
of NE'4 and NW1,4 ___ 305 Mrs. Carrie B. Star. Wlh of SW% ___________________28 6 20 80 F. B Johns __ 11.79 N. J. Jones' add to Starke _______28 6 22 Dr. N. W. Francis .. 35.25
EI, of NE44 and SW1 of NE1.4'Landf ling ------__ 34.95 E\-J of SEK _____________________29 6 20 80 F. B.' Johns _______ 11.79 1 lot 62H ft by 105 ft in NE cor of i
Etj of NW'4 of NEy Lot 3 and SH of lot 4 and NH of lot lot lying 220 ft S of Madison St and .

NE'H of NW4 and___SEy____of___NW1____ 2 Ii 2r280 Mrs Carrie B. 10 _______ __________.__?______31 6 20 160 Mrs M. C. Pinhokter 12.09 bounded N by Edwards. E by Sanden :
and Wj of NW% ____Star- NEK of NEK -32 e 20 40 J. T. Reaves ____ 4.71 street in Starke ___________________28 II 22 Mn. R. S. Fer/isndet 1.69
____11 5 22 SamnClark 30 22 WH of NEK and NWK and NH of Beg at a point 200 ft W of NW cor i rr
___ 10 ===
___ ___
__ __ .
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Lot 43 in Woodlawn ; ___.12 5 22 1NW1A SWK and NWK of SEK _______S3NH 6 20 360 J. T. Reaves ______ 31.77 of Madison and Broadway sta and run
and NE 44 of NW}4 80 Mrs Carrie B. Star.
of NE14 of N} of SEK of SW}& of SE% W 148 ft to Orange street. N 110 ft
and line ------------ 8.11 _2H A ___________ ____..:1__13 6 21 3 Wm. McLeod _____ 1.32 E100ft.N100ft.E99ftS210 4

SW'4 of NE1,4 and SE'4 of NW4&______12 5 22 EU of SEy4._________________13 6 21' 80 Wm. Edwards _____ 7 25 ft to point of beg in Starke ____________________ J. W. Eddy: ___;:-____ 21.81 '
______ 120
___ __ Unknown ___________
SW1, of SE1.4 16.87N4 SE4+ of NEK ____________13 6 21 40 Unknown _________ 8.95 1 lot in Starke bounded N by Jackson j
of E4& of SE14 of NE'4 and Woof NWV of _______--24 1
of NEK 21 40 Wm. Edwards _____ 4.71 street. W by lot of W. M. Hollinm- ;
SE% of NE14 and Syy4of SW and SW!, of NWK ____________29 6 21 40 A. L. Wynn Est __ 4.71 worth and S by Mrs. Moore and E by i =
NW% and N of SW4& of All except EH of NE'4 _________ 1 II 22 660 Mn. M. E. Edwards_ 57.86 L. H Austin, known as "Georgie La- 4

; WIh of SE'4 of SW4 and NEy4 NEK of NEV4 and WH of NEK and ker lot" ______________________1___28 6 22 Unknown __ ____ 3.M
SE'4 of SW. and WIh of SEy4 of EH of NW% and NWK of NWK Com 367 H ft E of NE cor of Broadway -
SE'4 and 81\ of NE% of SE/.12 II 22 130 Unknown ---________ 19 42 and SEK! of NWK and NW'+ of S and Hoyt streets on N side of ;
Lot 20 in Woodlawn ___________13 5 22 10 D. C. Hood _________ 5.50 EK ____________________ 2 6 2? 320 Mrs. M. F. Edwards__ 3193 Hoyt street and run N 105 ft, E 52 H I '
i, Lot 59 III Woodlawn _________13 5 :2 10 So C. Murfett ____ 2.14Nyj WH of'sWK of NWK and NWK of ft, S 105 ft to Hoyt street,, W 52H '
I 01 Iota 1 and 8 in Woodlawn ___13 6 22 W. H. Robinson ______ 2.14 SW4e __________________ _________ :: 6 22 60 Starke Lumber Co._ 10.83 ft to point of beg in Starke _______28 6 22 Unknown ._..i_.. 8 37
\ Lots 363631 and 38 In Woodlawn __.14 I 6 22 40 D. Davie ________ 6.50 NW4!i of M14 of SW4 ___________ 2 6 22 10 Rev. S. F. Wolfe ____ 2.14 Com at NW cor of Madison and Myrtle t
Ny" of lot 20 in Woodlawn _______14 6 22 5 Chu. Parker ________ 3 81 NE,4 of NEU and SH of NEK and streets and run W on Madison ,
Lot 119 in Woodlawn _________16 5 22 10 Herman Shaw __.___ 3.81 SEVi of NWK and NW!4 of NW% street 210 ft, N 334. E 210 ft to. 4
Lots 17 and 38 in Woodlawn _______16 5 22 20 Unknown _______ 3.81 aced 1':1; ?f SW!. _________ 3Wl. 6 22 280 Starke Lumber Co.__ 34.65 Myrtle street<< and S along said street ;
Lab 19 :11: 29 aDd 30 in Woodlawn __15 6 22 40 C. H. Revere _______ 7.17 of SWK and S% of SE'4 of S 334 ft to point of bee ______________29 6 22 2 L. M. Little 5.01
Lots 33 and 34 __________________.16 5 2::: 20 Unknown _________ 3.81 EK _________________________ 3 6 22 110 Mr M. E. Edwards- 85 Com at SW cor of Madison end Myrtle T-----t
Lot 19 2029 and 30 in Woodlawn __16 5 22 40 G. C. Barnes ______ 7.17 SWV4 of SEK ______________________ 3 6 22 40 Unknown w.__ 5.50 streets run S on Myrtle street 105 ft. l
Lot 119 in Woodlawn ______________16 I 5 22 10 Florence G. Hayes ___ 2.14Lot NH of NEK and NH of NWK andSW'fc thence W 105 ft, S 105 ft. W 105 ft. i iN '
10 and 23 in Woodlawn__16 5 22 20 S. G Potter _____ 3.14 of SWK and SEK _____________ 4 6 22! 360 Mn. M. E. Edwards 37.03 210 ft to Madison street, E on
Lot 42 and 65 In Woodlawn ________17 I 5 22 20 Unknown -_--______ 3.29 SE 4 of NE% ________________ 4 6 22 40 Starke Lumber Co_ 4.48 Madison street 210 ft to point of
Sof! Iota 22 23 and aU Iota 26 and 27 WV of SEK of SEK! ______________ 6 6 22 20 Silas Lupton _____ ?.47 beg-Gaskin's add to Starke &4 A-29 6 22 1 L. M. Little ______ 5.31
'in Woodlawn __________18 II 22 30 C. G. Johns ___ 9.25 W'i of NEtJ and EH of NWK andEH 1 lot of .and :40 yds N and S by 120
Lot 21 In Woodlawn _______18 5 22 10 Mary A. Hollie _____ 1.87 of SWK and WH of SEK _.-. 5 6 22 320 E. E. Canova _______ 34.35 yds E and W in SE cor of SEK of
Lot 8 in Woodlawn __________--18 II 22 10 W. S. Tarbox _______ 1.87 NE% of NEK ______________ II 6 22 40 J J. Johns _____ 4.71 SE'4 _____________________________29 6SWK ) Mra..t. E. diggers 7.77
E4g of lot 67 in Woodlawn ____20 6 2i' 5 Unknown -____ 1.17 Undivided 2-3 interest in NH: of SW of NEV4 and WH of SE'4 of
Ey" of Jot 15 and W% of lot 40 ____19 5 22 10 T. B. Hambr L47Ntx ij _________ --------------__ 6 II 22 63 J. W. Hodges Eat --' 3.12 NE'4 and NWH of SEK _______30 6 22 100 Hannah Brymtr Est. 17.55
of NEy& 01 SEy4 and E% of 3 4921 NEK and EH of NWK and SW% of EH of NE>4 of SWK _____________32 6 22 20 Richard Albert ____ 8.86
of NEIL of SE% __-- 6 :2 36 C. R Sapp _______ 916 NWK and NH of SEK __..:_____ 9 //I 22 360 Mn. M. E. Edwards 37.03 1 lot of land 148 ft sq in SE cor of N
2 A In NE eor of NEy4 of SWy4 __22 5 22 2 F. M. Bradler ___ 2.14W'g NWK of NWK _________________ 9 6 22 40 Geo. A. Joyce 10.53 WK of SEK _________________S2 6 22 Green Hamilton ____ 2 44 I ILot
of Wy of SW'A of SEy4 ____-22 Ii 22 10 G. W. Carter __. 8.86 E% of NWK of NWK __________10 6 22 30 E. E, Hinckle ___ 3.48 Com 70 yds W of SE cor of WH of
1 lot 27 ft Nand S by 100 feet E and NEK; of NEK and WH of NE% and NWK of SEK and run W 70 yds.
W, bounded E by State Street. N by NEK of NWK and SW% of NW N 35 yds E 70 yds S 35 yds to pointof
W. E. Torode and S hr Mra. M. E. 14 __________________10 I J2 200 H. D. Tucker --, 20.87 beg ________________________82 6 22 Mary Ann Jwlcaon _2.02
Edwarda In Lawtey _____-_______ Xra. M. So Brown ____ 8.07 NH of NWK _______11 I 22 80 Mn. M. E. Edward- 8.51 1 A in SW cor of EH of NWK of
BUt 1 in Lawter _______ r Mn M. E. Ed.ards_ 20.61 EH of SWK of NEK -11 I 22 20 Mary N. Thorpe __ 2.46 SE'4 ___________._32 6 22 1 Laura Moore __._ 1.42
1 lot 60 It by 100ft on State .treet. WH of SW% of NEK -11 1 22 20 A. G. Rogers 2.46 1 of blk 1 in Lincoln City _______.r__________ Mary Joiner _____ 1.84
being store building oeeupled bJ R. B.Thud' WH of EH of NE% and EH of NW}& Lou 1 2 3 6 and 7 of blk 4 in Lin. .
I ill LawUJ -_n-_--------------- Jln. K. E. Edwards_ 3US of NEW and EH of NEK of SEK _11 I 22 80 Unknown _._.... 8.81 coin City ______- Unknown ___ 2.44
All S. A. Baile7 lot and all diagonal lot NH of NEK; -12 1 22 80 Mn M. E. Edward,. 8.51 Lota 4 and 5 of blk 4 in Lincoln

1 ill LawUJ ____ ------ Dr. G. W. Brown 47.21 SE.K of SEK _____________12 I 22 40 Unknown ______ 8.51 City _____________________________ Lee Ouidy ..;;..- 2.44
N 4 A 0' SW'A of NB'"44 of NWy4 _23 6 22 4 J. H. Lowery _____ 2.14 NWK of SEK ___________________12 I 22 40 L. A. Evan ______ 6.50 Continued on Page 10.
S% of NW44 of NEy4 ____------28. 6 '2 20 Dr G. W. Brown __ 6.10 EH of SWK of SEK: and WH of W4 ( )




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r PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAEKE, FLORIDA. '
FRIDAY, JUNE 13.'I''U7.

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I DESCRIPTION OF LAND Sea Twp. Rge. Acres Owner Taxes DESCRIPTION OF LAND See TI01I. B,. Acre Owner Tu" I: --.
8. E. Coeta.t S. E. Costa.WLy I EXAMINATION DATES OR

and a of block 5 in Lincoln of SW1. ___?________________25 7 22 lIu Paul Bros. ____ US TEACHERS COME O
Lot t' ________ -._..._.._.._._ ____________ Fannie Albert ______ 2.14 SWL of SWi __________________26 7 22 40 S. 8. Woodard ______ 6.12 > lUN 12
I Iota 1 and 4 of block 6 in Lincoln NEt4 of SWL and N\2 of SE44 ___26 7 22 120 Unknown ___________ H.i3 Under the nev legislation 1-
t City _________________________________ Fannie Albert __- 2.4. SELL of SEL4 ___-________________2i 7 22 40 S. B, Woodald ______ 6.12 just. been I'
I Low 1 2 a 4 5 6 and 7 of blk 9 in WL. of SWL4 of NW1.! _____________27 7 22 20 Walter hooker ______ 2.15 enacted by the st x lei
: ___________ Unknown 4.1t SW\ N of Ry _______________________27 7 22 ture a change in
Lincoln City _________________________? ----------- { 110 Paul Bros __________ 14..3 WellDo the date orthe
Simon Hankenan 1.42 Lots 4 and 13 sub division of Nl; of Keep t
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-- ers'
Lincoln City
; Lot 8 of blk 9 in ---------------- examinations has
LotI 4 5 and 8 of blk 10 in Lincoln NE1. of NWI ___-_______-____29 1 22 2 Ben Norwood _______ 3.59 been '1ade.The.t
f I City __________________________ Unknown ------.- 1..6 Lots 3 4 5 and 6 of blk 31 and EJ.1 of examinations have been
Lou 15 and 8 of block 11 in Linedln Blk 32 in Blanton' add to Hampton not allow the on the first Tuesday'aftet
______._______ James Johnson 1..6 ____ _____ ______ ________30 the
r City ____________________ ----- ? 7 22 P. B. Hunt _________ 3.89 poisons of undigested Monday in int
: Lou 1 3 4 fi 7 and 8 of blk 13 in Lint W'L,2 of blk 11 in Hampton _________30 7 22 P. B. Hunt _________ 20.30 food to accumulate in Jure. Under tfe 7 newl ;
Unknown 2.81 Lot 3 of Wry of NW}. .___ ________31 they will be la
-- helj
: coin City ------------------------------- ------- 'j 22 10 Luna Hall ________ 1.88 on the first '
t Lou l 2 3 4 and of Mk in Lin- 5.1/L4 of SE}. and W}, of E\.of\ S your bowels where they after the

it .! ::. _________________ Unknown __________ 2.U E4 __________________-______.__32 7 22 50 J FL lover ________ 6.42 are absorbed into your second Monday inJunelC7
l Lou fi and 8 of blk 14 in Lincoln NE4 of NEy4 _________________-34 7 22 40 S. B. Woodard ___ 4.00 system. Indigestion,con- will cause the e'aminationlto
r City ___________________________________________ Unknown ------? 1.2 NEI of SE'4 except 18 A _-________34 1 22 22 Unknown ___________ 1.88 stipation headache bad Tuesday June 12, this yeas be **!
n Beg at SE ear of NEL4 of SE'4 Sec.
Lou 6 and 7 of block 15 in Lincoln
I ________ ...____ Unknown 142 34 and run N 210 yds, W 140 S blood, and numerous Those who desire to
City ______________________________ -------- yds, takes the
I i N'4 of NWL4 of NW1 except 8 A on 210 yds, E 140 yds to beg-6 A ____?34 7 22 6 E. J. McRae _____ 2..0 other troubles are boundto ination please take notice. erg*
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,":.. Wend and 44 A "vault lot"------33 6 22 12 Mrs. E. F. Johns ---- 'i.4i NW}, of NWy4 _____________________35 1 22 40 S. B. Woodard ______ 4.00 follow. Keep your \
SE4 of SWI E of R-25 A and Ii E. P.. POWELL
'I Com at NW cor of NWL4 of NW44 system clean as thousands ,
and run E 525 ft. S 105 ft, W 525ft A in SWear of SW}. of SE'4 __--35 7 22 31) H. Bri&tow _________ 9.26 of do Su
others
, N 105 ft to beg ___________-33 6 22 2 E. W. Drggers; Eat__ 11.13 EI.j or SW1. of SEti and Wy of by
: Belt at a point 4 3-10 ehna S of NW SElf of SE'4 -------------_____ 2 8 22 40 H. M. Sythmore ____ 6.01 taking an occasional dose ----
, p ear of SW1.' of NWl4 and run S 10 SEL4 of NWi and WJ,2 of NW}. and of the old, reliable vegetable -
. 6-10 ebns E 10 dfc'Kree& S to center SW4 ---------------_____________ 3 8 22 292 N. P Cauthen ______ 26.56 family liver medi-
of Ry thence N on said Ry 10 32.100ehns NEi of NW4 --------------_________ 5 8 22 40 D. W., Moore ___-__ 3.85 cine.
;' thence W 10 dfc'Kree& N 10 Wry of NW44 and NW}. of SW}. and
,. r chna to beg ____-_____-__ 6.1033 6 22 1B Richard Albert _____ 1.03: E'y of SE1. of SWi4 -----________ Ii 8 22 140 Melrose Mfg Co 13.52
__-6 22 20 Simon Hankerson __ 9.U NEt4 of NEh ________ 6 ?
: S'-J of SE'S of SWL4 --------------- 8 22 40 N. P. Cauthen ______ 4.71 Thedford'sBlackDraught
t' : a A in SWear of SWL4 of NWI, W E'y of NEr4 of NW4 and E\-it\ of Ey!
___ ___33 6 22 3 King Chandler --- 4.11 of SW's. ___________ 8
: of Ry __ -- -- -- --------------- 8 22 60 Unkncwn ___________ 6.42
, I I About 4 A in SWear of NW14 of NEr4 of NEL4 and S 1-3 of Ev4 of
< : SWt4 E of Ry and W 9 A of NV3 SE's of NEt4 and Wl. of SWL4 of
, of SWy4 of SWS! except 1 A for NEt4 and NWL4 and NW% of SWL4

of I church ____ ______________________33 6 22 12 Unknown ___________ 8.49 and Wl.J of SW4! of SW14 _________ 9 8 22 320 Unknown ___________ 28.57 ESPECILLY
,- 10 A com Wj ft Nand W from SE Nl.J of SE'4 ----------------_---_____12 8 22 80 John P. Pratt _______ 9.62
., cot of SWy4 of NE'4 and run N i08 E'-J of NWL4 and NWt4 of Nw14 and ADAPTED
t ft. W615ttS705ftE615ftto EI" of SWt4 and Sty of NW 44 of .
point of beg ____________________33 a 22 10 R R. and Hettie M. SElf and Ny! of SEI- of SE44 and FOR YOURSTATE
, Lou 1 2 a and 4 of blk 6 in J. M. Prevatt _______? 1U1 S'h of NE}. of SE4i less 5 A in N Mrs. W. F. Pickle of -- -,

,_ Johns lub division of NE!, of N E cor ---------_________-________ 8 22 295 Brooklyn Land Co __ 26.85 Rising Fawn Ga., writes: frR
E'4 _____________--___--33 6 22 4 B. R. Kelley ______ 5.67 AU SW'4 of NEr4 N of R R-26 A "We have used Thedford's -
tom at NW ear of NE44 of NE4S and and all SEt4 of NE ,-4fJ A and Ii
, e run E522ft.S109ftW522ft.N A in NE cor of S'it of NEr4 of S Black-Draught as

1092 ft to beg ___.____________3. 6 22 14 L. E. Lee _________ 11.13 E4! ---------------------------_____ 8 22 .0 Unknown ___________ 'i.02 a family medicine. My
,
El.l of SW1. ____________-__-___3. 6 80 C. B. Griffis, Est __ 39.09 NEr4 of NEI- and 2 A in NE cot of mother-in-law could not
of NWl of SEi! an" SE?. of N SE44 of NEl4 ____ 8
Nl.J 22
--------------- 42 Isaac Mitchell ______ 1i.0l take calomel as it seemed
; W4i of SElf _________________34 6 22 30 Ju. O. Johnson ____ 15.8. 8 A in SW cot of SW44 or SEt4 ?____14 8 22 II Unknown ,___________ 116 too for her
SW4 of NW\. of SEt4 _______.::_____34 6 22 10 Unknown --_________ 503 Nh of NWl( of NE4! and W2 and strong so she OUR INSTfiUCTIVE
5 A square in SE ear of NES of S NW 44 of SEL4 -------?-----_______14 8 22 380 R. D. Clayton ______ 33,07 used Black-Draught as a
E'4 ----__-_--34 6 22 5 E. L Williams ______ 3.7 5 51.,: of NWt4 of NEi!. ----------______l4 8 22 20 Anderson Mitchell ___ 1.88 mild laxative and liver CATALOG AND
t Sus oSWt4 of SE ________________34 6 22 20 S. A. Carter __?____ 9.02 SW. and NW4 of SE4 -------_____ 8 22 200 N. 1'. Cauthen ______ 17.43 regulator We use it
- SWS4 of NW' and Nli; of SW4 ____35 6 22 120 C. C. Griffia ________ 48.46SEI. NE\ of NE4 and Ei!; of SE4 of N in the and WEE 4Y

of SWL4 ______________________35 6 22 41) Eliaa Moore ________ 18.i2 E'4 ------------------------___?__ 8 22 60 D. W. Moore ___ 6.42 family believe
; SW% of SEi ________________-__35 6 22 40 L. M. Little _______._ 18.'i2 SWti of NE44 and lots 1 2 3 and 4 _.22 II 2. 235 Melrose Mfg Co____ 20.30 it is the best medicine for PRICfuSTSEND j
, st; ot NEy4 and EIi ot NE', ot N NE'4 ot NEi and E!; ot NWyi ot N the liver made." Try it.

WiS __________-___________________36 6 22 100 L M Little ________ 43.sAW'4 9 Eli -------------------_______-23 8 22 60 W. A. King ________ 1.84 Insist on theigenuineThedford's. 'T '
of NWyi ___________________36 6 22 .Q J. A Coleman ____ 11.21 NWt4 of NWL4 -----_--------_____- 8 22 46 R D. Clayton ______ 4.jl 25c FOR
r W ot NELi ot NW4 ____________36 6 22 2u R. L. Hickey ________ 8.4NW4 5 SW4! ot NE4i less JO A in NE cor and a package. 1 THEM
[ of SW\ ______________-__?_36 6 22 40 Asa Hunter ________ 1i2w 1 EL,: or N\V1 j and NE'4' of SWl E-1S fODAY.0TJACK50NVILLE. .
; ,: of NE"f ot NE'S and NWi ofNEv4 and SElf ot SW4 less 10 A in SE

: -___________________________12 'i 19 60 Mr!!. Mary C. Pinhol- cot ------------------------______-_ 8 22 180 Brooklyn! Land Co __ 16.66
ster ___________ 6.i2 NI-i. of SE's of NWi of NW44 ______25 8 22 5 Cbu. Scott ________ 1.22 E*t1ARt1NStt.
' SEll of NE'. ________________------13 i 19 40 M. P. Mathen, ______ 4.71 NWI\ of SE' -?_-----------______-26 8 22 40 Unknown __________ 4.24 {
WI'!:: of SW1. _______________________ 4 7 20 80 E. B. Andreu ______ 9,0E'y 0 Lots 5 and 6 ------__________________ 1 9 22 80 Melrose MCg Co ______ 6.76
of SW"4 and SW\4\ of SE'. _____ 4 7 20 120 Unknown __________ 1066EI2 N 26 2-3 A of SEL4; of NE'4 --_____-_-- 5 18 27 W. C. Allen ________ 2.97 Trespass cads for sale at this office. f LA. .
of SE\ _____s___________ fi 7 20 80 Eo B. Andreu ___-__ 9.00 B. M. DOWLING Tn Collector.
S'iz of.S4._of, lot 9 and S!;' of lot 10 .. .. _
less n 12 A ______________________ '1 ;U.:U 411.0 J. M. :Shaw, Jr. ___ 7.06 -: '=
---
--
Sh of lot 4 _________________________ 7 7 20 40 L. T. Shaw ______-__ 4.241 TOWN TAX NOTICE. --- I
i WVi of N\';. of let 4 ___________-___ 1N' 'j 20 20 Unknown ___________ 2.97 | Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at Public Auction on
-. of lot 6 and Sul of lot 11 except 2 the First Monday in July 1917 it being the 2nd day of said month, at Starke in the County of
A in SE cor ______________________ 7 7 20 78 Unknown __________ 7.85 Bradford State of Florida, or so much thereof. will be necessary! to pay the amount due for NOTICE
2 A in SE cor of lot 11 ______________ 7 7 20 2 Mrs. Annie Simmons. 1.02 taxes herein set opposite the same, together with the cost of such sale and advertising.
y WVi; of NW% ________?____________ 8 7 20 80 J. S. Forsyth _____ 10 68
Com 310 ft W of E line of SWU of DESCRIPTION OF LAND See Twp. Rge Acre Owner Taxes &
SW% on N line of Ry right of way 8. E. Costa All members of
the Christian
and run N to N line of S'\, of SWU Church of Bradford
Lot 3 of blk 42, Livingston
t Truby &
thence W 350 ft. thence
StoRy,
Co's sub division _._____________________ County '
_
right of way thence E on said right ------------- ? Julius Butler ________{ 1.80 are urged to attend a
Blk 1. Alvarez's add _________________ ___
of way to point of beg-IH A and -------- E. T. Campbell ______ 37.20
Nl; of SWVi of SW,} less E 3 A _. 8 7 20 22 Unknown ___________ 12.18 Blk 9. Temple's add -------------__________________________ Miss Eunice E. Cano-
Lot 4 of blk 1 in Ward City ________ 8 7 20 Sam R. Ward ---------7. All blk 6, Livingston, Truby & Co'ssub va ______________ 48.00 GET TOGETHER '
division ---------------------- ________________ Rose __ ___ DAY :
LoU 1 and 2 of blk 11 in Ward City .. 8 7 20 Sam R. Ward ________ 1.02 lot --- Cox __ 3.38 : :
Lot 11 of blk 11 in Ward City _______ 8 7 20 M.P. Matheny ______ .74 1 105 ft square in SW cot of SWU
of SWU -_----.---------__________2* 6 22 E. 4
W
LoU 2 3 4 and 6 of blk 13 in Ward Driggera ____ 1.80
;- City _________________-_________ 8 7 20 M. P. Matheny __ 1.88 5 A in SE eor of SEU of SEVi -______29 6 22 Mrs. A. E. Driggers._ 8.85 at STARKE on the Fourth Sunday in June. All( will! I
LoU
I Lot 10 of blk 13 in Ward City ______ 8 7 20 Sam R. Ward __ .'i4I 2 3 and 4 of blk 23, Temple'sadd
I Lot 6 of blk 14 in Ward City _________ 8 7 20 Sam R. Ward -------7 4 All blk-------_---------------_-________________ T. R L. Daughtry _. 2.64 meet at the First Christian Church at Bible School J
36
f .- LoU 8 and 9 of blk 15 in Ward City __ 8 7 20 M. P. Mathen _____ 6.12 Livingston Truby & Co'ssub
Lot of blk division ---_----------- --- ___._ __ ________ R. M and will leave for the Lake
10 16 in City ----- 8 7 20 H. R. Brown ______ 3.29 ----- Ellerson ______ 11.25 at 11 a. m. Dinntv will
I LoU 11 and 12 of blk Ward City_ 8 1 20 L. A. Brown ________ 3.2 LoU 3 and 4 of blk 33 Livingston Trn9 ;t
Ward : by & Co's sub division ....._________________ be
LoU 1 2 11 and 12 19 in Ward ----- ----- R. M. Ellerson ______ 9.15 served on the grounds. All
1 City _____________ ____ _____ 8 7 20 Unknown ___________ 9.25 S 22 ft of lot 4 and N 10 ft of lot are urged to bring! : :
I Com 6 of blk 20 in Starke _____________________
283 yds W of SE cor of SEU of -------------- Mrs. D. L. Francis.. 27.00 full baskets and do -
I SW% and run W 37 yds. N 80 yds 1 lot com at NE cor of blk "C" Jones we not want to be selfish>4 but
I to S boundary of Ward City, thenceE add. and running N 110 ft, W 310
along said boundary 37 yda. thenceS ft, S 110 ft, E 210 ft to beg -----________________________ Mrs. D. L. Francis .. 48.30 all Christians, citizens and strangers are inyited. '
80 yds to beg ______?_________ 8 1 20 J. A. 'Abbott ________ 8.7 a I IS LoU 5 6 7 and 8 of blk 10 in Starke ----____________w____ Mrs. A. Floreus w._ 25.65
Com 560 ft E of SW cot of SEU of 1 lot 521.;;, ft N and S by 105 ft E Communion will be served at Lake at 12 m. \ The
r' SWU and run E 100 ft. N 210 ft, and W, bounded N by land of Wm.

r W 100 ft. S 210 ft to point of beg_ 8 1 20 M P. Matheny ___ 3.801 Edwards. E by Bay street S by land Pastor, Rev. W. F. LaRowe will preach at 11:30
5 A in NE of 1 of Mrs. J. S. Wynn ___________________ a.
cor SE'i of NEU _____ 9 20 Mrs. A. T. Warren_ 1.87 ---------------- Mrs. Eva Fernandez. 2 40
-. NEU of SEU -------___________14SWU 1 20 40 Unknown ___?_____ 4.71 1 acre in SW cor of NWU of SEVi and m. Do not miss the chance to meet all your
of SWVi --------_________15 'l 20 40 H. P. Gainey ________ 4.71 1 A in NW cor of SWU of SEU __.28 6 22 2 Mrs. Eva Fernandez. 42 75 i old
E 8 A of SEVi of SE%, except N 12 Vi A bounded S by South street W by friends. All welcome. ;:

A --------__-----______16 7 20 8 H. P. Gainey ________ 2,17 land of S. A. Bryan S by land of are

Belt at a point 125 2-3 ft W of NE Mrs. Miller ----------------------_?______-_________. ___ R. S. Fernandez___ 7.35
toy of NWVi of See. 17 and run W Lot 2 of blk 42, Livingston, Truby

s r on See. line 733 ft. S % mile to S 4Co's sub division --------------_____?______-_______ Julia Goodwin _______ 1.80 COME COME COME
F line of NW%. E 733 ft N to beg- Lot 3 of blk 16 in Starke -------____________-_____________ Mrs. Jennie Maude
44 40-100 A -------------_?______17 1 20 44 J. A. Abbott ________ 7 32 I Hoffman ________ 13.35
t. IOAWofRyinN'soflotlandall Com 85 ft N of NE cor of Call and .
NVJ of Iota 2 and 3 --___-________?18 1 20 90 Mrs AnnIe Simmons 3.59 Broadway streets and running N 90 ..
E 14 A of NEVi of NEU _______21 7 20 H H. P. Gainey ________ 1.87 ft, E 105 ft, S 90 ft. W 105 ft to ,
r W 8 A of NWVi of NWVi _______22 7 20 8 H. P. Gainey ________ beginning _
---- 1.16 ------ ------------_______________._________ Mrs. M. V. Hazel
N 35 A of SEVi of SEVi ---_________?24 1 20 35 Mitchell Hill ________ 3.58 LoU 1 and 2 of blk 48, Livingston ?_ 7.63

r LoU A and B sub division of lot 1 Truby & Co's sub division _________________
------------- Raymond Jackson ____ 7.05 Did You Ever
I-
LoU A and B sub division of lot 2
All Stop
Blk
and low A B sub division 31 as extended on Ensey's map : t01
of lot
i t' and loU A B tub division of lot 3 4 of Starke _______n___________________?________________ R. S. Johns ________ 58.50
,. of blk 18 in Sampson City _________ 4 'j 21 R L. Farrell ______ 4,49 LoU 4 6 9 and 11 of blk "B" in Rising's i'
add .: ______________________.___
E Lou 3 and 8 sub division of lot 6 of ------------- ------ burs Teressa Leviton. 4.95
blk 17 in Sampson _______ ____ E'-i! of blk 27, Livingston, Truby &: Co'ssub .
City 4 'l 21 J, C. Murphy _______ 2.11
Sub division A. Band C of lot 19 of division ----------r___.._____________________ Mrs. J. P. Lindsey __ 15.45 Think How MucjiYou
Lota
1 and 4 of blk 31 in Livingston, T

blk 6 and sub division A. B. C. D. Truby I: Co's sub division .---......__________-__?____ Phyllis Mack ___ 7.05
I E and F of lot
1 of blk 19. and sub Lots 1 and 2 of blk 47 in Livingston ?

3 division of blk A.10 B.and C. sub D. E division and F of A. lot B. Wl.l Truby: of loU&: Co's 1 and sub 2 division and all--loU----3--and-_______________________ Fannie McCall ______ '-15

t of lot 2, and sub division A and B of 4 of blk 17 and WVi of loU 1 and 2 '
lot 4 of blk 19 in Sampson City __ 4 7 21 Wiley Roberson ____ ..92 and all loU 3 and 4 of blk 18 in Liv Owe to ;:

Sub division ABC D E and F of lot ingston. Truby & Co's sub division___.____________________ D. P. Pullum ______ ,
1 blk 22.35
6 in Sampson _______
City 4 1 21 R. L. Farrell _______ 1.32 LoU 1 and 2 of blk 7 and Iota 1 and
NWVi of NEV4 __ 6 7 21 40 Unknown _________
r a ---------- 4.41 2 of blk 8 in Livingston, Truby &
NEil, -------_______.___. __ ______ 0 1 21 160 E. E. Hinckle ______ 14.06 Co's sub : .
division _____________________:.
------------------ L. Peterson _________
NWVi of NWVi and EU SWVi ___ __ __ 3.15
t' 16 7 21 120 Unknown __ __ __ 10.65 LoU 1 and 2 of blk 33 and lots 1 and :
r NH of SEVi of NEVi end NEVi of I 2 of blk 34 in Livingston, Truby & ? .

r NWVi of NEVi __. ----___________IS 'l 21 30 Unknown __________ US I Co's sub division ___ :_____________________ Advertising
-------------- Hannah Parker ______ .
, f NEVi of SEVi -----___ --__________17 7 21 40 E H. Jones ___-___ 3.85 Lots 2 5 and 7 and pert of loU 6 and .35
Soy( of SWVi of SWVi _-----__________17 1 21 20 Unknown 2.15 8 of blk 18 in
Starke _____ ___
NEVi of NW ----------- ---------- -- ._ __________ Jennie Lou and Har-
?, and
SWVi of
and EV4 of SEVi -------_----_SEVi_21 7 21 160 Eo .D. Abernatny ____ 14.36 LoU 3 of 1 blk and 46 2 of in blk Livingston 45 and ,loU Truby 2 and&: ry Rivers ._________ 43.0;

I N4 of NEU\ and SEVi of NEVi and Co's sub division ____ _____
____
NWVi of SWVi and SEU of SW -- ------- ------ Geo. Scott (Colt ____ 915 By J. R. HAMILTON
Vi ; ____ Com at NE cot of W'-j of NWVi of '
------ ---------------------- 21 1 21 200 E. D, Abernathy ____ 18.06
,, SElf' of SW% and W>j of SEVi and NEVi of NEVi and running W 200 Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker'

e NEVi of SEU ---------------___22 'j 21 160 E. D. Abernathy ____ 14.36 ft to a point of beg thence S 245 Philadelphia
S1, of NWVi and Wl-j of NWVi of ft, W 109 ft, N 245 ft, E 105 ft to .

I e SE, ------------------_________27 7 21 100 E. D Abernathy ____ 9.25 beginning -__________-__-_________28 6 22 Geneva Towns _____ &.85
L.- E'* of E4 of SEU ------_________.28 7 21 60 E. D. Abernathy ___ 10.79 1 lot 62 Va ft E and W by 105 ft N t One hundred million
.. NY. t, of SE i ----------_?______-_-29 7 21 40 E. D. Abernathy ____ 8.95 and S off E end of Mrs. Hemingway people owe most of their romforts,
r le'B'4 of NEVi less 16 A on W side of lot bounded E by land of Mrs N. J their luxuries their

NWVi of NEU and N',(, of NWVi ___33 7 21 120 E. D. Abernathy __? 10.6 5 Green. S by Hoyt street --_---_------_______ Unknown _________ g.60 degree of prosperity, and many of them even
W 13 A of NVi of NE}. of SWVi. except 6 acres in NE'i of SEVi of SE'i less their lives to
advertising and
i 5 A in NW ear ____________ 2 7 22 8 Willie H. Sapp ______ 4.13 \ acre in NE cor bounded E by yet few of us even stop to thinkof
I VI Vf of SWU __ _________ -______ 2 7 22 80 M. M. Griffis _______ 34.15 Sec. line S by Ry. W by Blitch place it except as a evil.
I' SEVi of SWU .-__-___.________ 2 1 23 40 Unknown ___________ 11 31 in Everley's add --_________________29 6 22SILAS J. A. Wainright ____ 11.85 necessary
r NEU of NWU\ _____________?___ 3 1 22 40 S. A. Carter __-___ 16.7t KITE, Marshal and Collector Through the publicity given a certain antitoxin that dread
SEU ..f NEVi __________________ 3 1 22 40 J. C. Gaine _______ 11.31 ,
i NEVi of NE ., -------_______________ 3 7 22 40 W. W. Coleman _____ 17.31 disease, diphtheria, which used to mow down our children as a
SEU of NEVi and NW?4 of SEI ____ 4 7 22 80 Mni. Carrie A. Mills 29.01 SCHOOL BOARD DISBURSEMENTS I B. M. Dowling! do 9 -----___________? 1.96
? SWVi of NE'i __________________-__ 4 1 22 40 B. C Willis _______ 19.i7 B. M. Dowling do 10___-____________ 6.07 reaper mows down grain, is hardly dangerous more. We
.L 2 A in NW cor of NEVi of NWU ____ 4 1 22 2 Simon Hankerson _._ 2.77 B. M. Dowling do 11________________ 1.60 any
SU of NVi of NEt j. of NWli? of NW}, I B. M. Dowling do 12______j_ 2.54 never cut a finger or scratch a hand but what we straight to a
I F r. -2A -----------------_---____ 4 1 22 3 Unknown __________ 3.39 The following bills were paid by the B. M. Dowling! do 13__________________ I.JO bottle go
,.. Wl, of SWVi of SWVi except 1 A in school board at the June meeting: B. M. Dowling! do 14--.--------------- 3.64 11 of advertised antiseptic. (And this has no relation to so>
NE cot --____._________-_____ 4 7 22 19 Francis Clark ______ 10.10 J. C. B. M. Dowling do 15__________________ 13' '
SEli of NWVi _____________________ 4 1 22 40 S. S. Chandler ______ 58.1 J. C. Cone McRae.heaters bd service-------_------_---- 4.20 4.96 B. :M. Dowling do 16__________________ 2.25 called patent medicines.) .
5 A in SE of of ----- --- B. M. Dowling do 17________ _
I tot SEVi NW'i! except _____ 1.22
.. 1 A in NE cot ___________ S 7 22 4 Andrew Jackson ____ 4.11 J.T. E.B. Pin Douglass holster do do ----------?------ 7 00 R. M. Dowling do 18________-?_______ 2.41 When we rise in the morning we put on an advertised stock-
I W'i of EV-! : of SW'i of SEi,. less S E. R. ------------_--- 8.80 B. M. Dowling do 19_____?___________ 1.05 that
2 A 5 1 22 6 James Johnson ______ 4. IS E. R. Poppell Poppell salary incidentals-------- ------ 125.00 2.80 H.lf. Dowling do 20__________________ 1.96 ing saves us hours of weary labor. We touch a match; to an
6 A in SE"eo7Vf""NE""T"oTlwii""beI ------------ B. M. Dowling do 21________________ 2.11 advertised .
ing 646. ft E and W by 560 ft H.Bradford E. Co. Telegraph printing ---- 8.75 B. M. Dowling do 22__________________ 4.90 gas stove and save another half hour. 4' put on an

N snS -_________________________ ( 1 22 6 Essie Green _-____ 4,41 Bradford Lagergren Co. Bank surveying interest sub districts_ 86.00 B. M. Dowling do 23________________ 12.99 advertised toaster and
I NEVi of SWVi and all NWVi of SEVi C. Richard premium --:----- 116.00H. B. :0.. Dowling do 34-_._____________ 2:58: save our tempers and our digestion. We
W of Ry. except 10 A in NW tor- R. Davis & Co on _policy_ ---- 200.00J. B. M. Dowling do 25__________________ 7.95 dress in advertised clothes
20 A and all SWIof SE'i W of : Bond-Fund---- -- ----- 41.50 H. M. Dowling do 26_________________ 3.69 (advertised either by the maker or

Ry and N of branch, and all E'-i" ofSES B. M. fowling! do 27______?__________ 4.51 the seller) and from then until the
Consolidated Grocery Co.: wire n.37i. H. M. Dowling do 28 time we go to sleep again on
\ of SW'4 N of branch 18 A15 7 22 .8 Dr. A. J. Bola ___ 35.2g ------------------ 1.77
SE'4 of NE'i and E'.j of SW'. of ? ( V. Phillips stretching fence _::::J__ 17.50 Bradford Bradford Co. Bank interest 11 ________ 6.84[ an advertised bed, we are dealing with and living in touch with

SEli and E'i! of NEV, of NE'i' ____ 5 7 22 80 Jas. Clark __________ 34 .8 J. H. Scarborough material fence gates 75.21 Bradford Co. Bank do 25 -___________ 7.00
"' S J A of NWVi of SEU E of Ry ______ B 7 22 3 Joe Johnson, Jr ___ 2 'i4 B. lIf.. Dowling commission ____?_ 25.84 Bradford Co. Bank do 3 --________? 10.88 publicity throughout the livelong day.
SEi-i of NWVi ____________________ R. M Dowling do --------------- 12.45 County Bank do 22 _-- 9.-2
___ --
6 ; 22 40 J. T. Reaves 5.50 ---
E4 of SW i of NEli _____--r_______ 7 7 22 20 Dr. A. J. Boss ____ 3.29 B. M. Dowling do _________________ 6.16 R. F. Lewis incidentals I 28 __________ 6.00Don't We use it as our guaranty of quality or price or good faith
_
WC;,| of NWVi of NE'i! less 2 A on B. M. Dowling do ___n____________ 14.66 ,

N end and less Ry right of way ____ 8 'i 22 16 f.l'y Johlllon _____ 10.1 5 D. W'. Moore Special 1 teacher Tax Districts Neglect the Summer Cold. on the part of the seller. We act on it with full faith and we
1 A in NW of of -------------- 10.00 .
>l W of Ry cor ---WVx-______NWVi_______of__NE?_ 8 7 22. 1 Boston McRae ______ 1.32 J.Susie E. Sapp Nickle do 23 interest -____________ 162.66 \Ir."catch cold" In warm weather accept it implicitly all times. We sometimes doubt the absolute
Beg 2 ehns S of NW ----------- ---------- fio.44 because
ear of NEU of Lake Butler Bank do colds are germ diseases and veracity of what it claims but
SWVi and run S 3 chans E ---------------- 114.50 we never doubt the dead certainty
10 Chans ,
Lake ___ _____ our is
N 3 ehns. W 10 ehns to beg. less W Butler Bank 5 do ___ 25.64 vitality too I low to resist them.

1 A-2 A ----___--__________-__ 8 7 22 2 Merl Joiner ______ "_.46 C.Overstreet A. Savage Hardware labor Co 23 incidentals 49.75 I I To kill those cold germs, the antisep of the man who signs his name to it, either to make good

SWli of--NWVi------and-___SU____of____NWU_______ofSEli 8 22 60 James Clark _____-_ 12.15 J.Green H. Scarborough materials----;--------_---_-__-_-_-_ 34.15.6.00 j II!' tic tar of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar what he claims or cheerfully to give us back our cash.

Sty of NEVi of SEli _____________10 i 22 20 L. M. Little ________ 9 J. Fitzpatrick labor ------------__ 7.50 : Honey is famously effective, besides this
SEVi of NEli ------_______________10SWi4 7 22 40 Fred Rhoden ________ 17.of DeWitt W. Morgan C. Jones 27 do incidentals 3 -------- 2.60 4.40 i j i helping to relieve the tight chest and They say is a day when no man can succeed without advertising -
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----
XWVi of -NEVi-----and-____SW4___of___SEU__?__of_11 7 22 50 L. M. Lf.tle ______-_ 22,2.NWI DeWitt DeWitt C.C. Jones Jones do plumbing 3 2 _______-_ 4.10. |I"invigorate the tissues. The honey and j but it is even more than that. It is a day when no family
S ------------- 8 00 ,
and SEi ---
; of NWt ; of NWVi and expectorate ingredients heal the can succeed
J. I. Ogden teaching 27 throat without reading the
------------ advertising.
Wii; of SWVi of NWii and NEV 60.0Band
____________ ________ N. G. Hall do .18 --------------___ soothe the cough. Always have
of
SWVi ISNVa 1 22 lOB Mrs. Eo B. Dees __ 10.9S Loca If most
Johnson do people
of NEVi and NEVi of NWVi __16 7 22 120 Eo B. Dees ________ Olga Ward do --- ------ --.---. 10.00 I a bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey were as impervious to advertising as they think
SS of NE4 _________________ISSEVi 7 22 80 MnI Eo B. Dees __ 6.A..4s --------------_---- 10.00 in home. they are they would be
Eunice ___ your 25
Hazen
do ______________ cents at twenty-five
10.00 j behind
; drug the times in
__ your
of SWVi _______ _______1SWVi 7 22 40 Cornelius Young ___ 4.i 1 Times Pub. Co. pub years everything
of SEVi _________________n 7 22 40 Cornelius Young ____ 4,71 Bradford Co. Telegraph notice do 8 14---_-_-_-_-_-_ 2.50 2.50 I gist. ((2)) they do.
lit;, A in SEVi of SELL com 314 ft E Bank of Starke interest 3 67.96
of SW eor of said SEli of SE>i and City Light Plant ---------- To' Cure The time has come when
3 lights and water_ 22.93'I a "Cold la One Day advertising has got to be treated as
run N 660 ft. E 346 ft. S 660 ft, W B. M. Dowling commission _
346 ft. to beg in Hampton _________19 7 22 II Mrs..Annie E. Young 29.10 R. M. Dowling! do 2 1 --_-_-_-_- 2.33 8.25' Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. H stop the news, read as news and acted
Lot 2 HuUon'a add to Hampton _____19 1 22 Dania Bellane _n___ a.29 B. M. Dowling do 3 ._-----_------- ___ Cough and Headache and wrkj off the Cold. upon as news.

S Lot 3 Huuon'i add to Hampton _____19 7 22 Harriet Walters _____ 3.29 B. M. Dowling do 4-____-_-___-_-_-_-_-_-_-____ 15.03 2.93 E.Prftggists W. GROVES refund signature money if it fails to cure The people'who do not read advertising like the people who

.. NVj of NEVi and SWH of NEL4 .and B. M. Dowling do 5 __________________ 3.9H! on each box. ZSc. do not ,
.. S4" of NEli of NWVi less 2 A in S B. M. Dowling do 6 -use advertising, are getting farther and behind
E rot ___________________--!0 1 22' 138 Cornelius Young ____ 12.Ny .39 B. M. Dowling do 7-- ---------_---- 1.95 Read the Bradford County Tel e. in farther
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FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE ELEVEN:



-- 'J; confllllons tlian tlie e. 1 Know rm not 'A1iiiiist unusual--such a long jour- "Yes, but how to get to Room D?" Master's Sale. ';

clever. without incident! of kind in 'I Vrootlhoue queried. transferred to the signal service at is that
I can't make sound as I ney any Hereby notice given ji'mler t-

I would, but I've thought a ;:rt'at deal of this time of ulliH.roal war, with all "Simple. Two doors to Room D, cap- Gibraltar, why, It there wa;;n't a cool and by virtue of that certain final: decree I
!de the mall.lnll'r twid- tain; an outer door !ike any other, an !DO; or a matter of that ns Lonorarlum
Ins you, iliss (;til'rsoll-woUt.lerin; bow Europe gone was of foreclosure made by the Jdge
small safe inner door of steel protected by a combination from a generous government; Billy Cap-
you were making; it in this great war.Perhaps" dling the combination of a of the 8th Judicial Circuit of Fkjrida,

set in the wall by the fireplace, and lock like a vault's door. Two tier had missed bis 'ss-tbars all. in Chancery sitting, in the Circuit '

Aimer returned at this juncture with his chatter seemed only incidental to men on the Rock\ bate that combination The little spy anticipated no difficulty Court for Bradford County, Floru-ii, on

tit.'It' Lines I the change, which he handed to Wood- the absorbing work he had at hand. -Major ISMiop: chief signal officer I In gaining audience with the gover the 25th day of May, A. D. 191! ;, in

house. lie was followed In by Lady "How will the ruadnesi end, Captain he has it in his Lead; the governor general nor. Before Le Lad been fifteen minutes favor of J. V,'. Andrews & Son as.!; Complainants -

Crandall, who assured Jane her hampers Woodhouse? What will be the boundary : of tile Rock, lie Las it in his safe." off the Princess Mary Le had and against E. D. Chsjidler

:1 were m-urcly strapped to the Jos-; lines of Europe's nations In, say "We can pet it out of the safe easier heard the. name of the present Incum- et al, as defendants. '
EARL DERR 6IG6ERS bent of Government HOUS.L-Crandall
By cart. Jai. attempted' an Introduction. 1932) ?" than from Major Bishop's head," Wood- The undersigned, as Special :Mister,

..i AND "This priitlcmaii has jut; done me u Aimer rose as he said this and turn- house put in. with a smile. -Sir George Crandall, the same who will offer for sale in front of the:court 1'-
had been In command of the forts at
'., ROBERT WELLS RITCHIE 8er\ice. Lady Crun :tll. May I pre: ed to look squarely into the other's "Right We Lave a friend in tbeiovernor's Rangoon back in '99. Oh, yes, Capper house in Starke, Florida, during fie legal .

Seut'"So- steadily own house, a man with a hours of sale tl 2nd
face. WoodLouse met his gaze on Monday, )'
knew him and he made doubt thatif
Copyright. 1915.rill by Co.the Bobbs-Mer- I sorry. You don't know; my name. and without betraying the slightest number from the WilLelnibtrasse like properly, reminded of no a certain bit day of July, A. D. 1917, to the honest '

__ My eluni.siiie Captain Woodhouse." emotion."In you and me. At any moment in the and best bidder for cash, the folbwing "
of work Billy Capper Lad done back in
$ The nan bridged the dangerous gap and last two months he could have laid a described property situated in Brad-
mused
I Ito 1932!: -1 wonder, he the Burmese city Sir George would recall ,
hurriedly. Lady Crandall acknowledged hand on that combination. But we ford
SYNOPSISjolt into his speech unconsciously appeared him-and with every reason for County, Florida, to-wit: Tlo NE

previous to the outbreak of the Eu- ; the Introduction with a gracious that throaty intonation of the Teu- thought it better to wait until necessity gratefulness. Tomorrow-yes, before 1-4 of the NE 1-4 of Sec. 4 tw[:. 7, S.

JOpe&I111'ar Jane Gci son, buyer fur a New smile. tonic tongue. came. When the fleet arrives you ever Sir George hail Lad Lis morning's: of Range 22 E. Except ten atjvs in

York bouse, meets a Ca tain Woodhouse "Your husband is Sir Gcorge"he "Don't yet Captain Woodhouse. will have that combination. You will peg-Capper would present himself at the XE corner lying and l 'Sni, in a
llt a twin for Paris. He tells her he is en began. go go with it to Room D, and after that"-
n and also
square two acres in the XW
Before retire I want you to sample Government House and tell about that
for Egypt. you
route "Yes; Sir George: Crandall "The deluge the other finished.
governor corner I lying and being one acrj deep
some of this brandy He brought house on Queen's terrace at Rainleb; I
ft Louisa: a sp)'. meets Billy Capper another general of the Hock. And you""Quite "Yes, yes; our country master of the Xorth and South ar.d two aerr's long :
officer
In Berlin. She promises him out of the safe a short squat bottle about the unconscious British i
spy a a recent comer. Transferred sea at last and by the work of the W1I- East and West. : .
job and a number with tbe Wilhelm- and glasses. "See; I keep It in the who was carried there and hurrIed C-

straste. Then VooJiiouse meets Louisa from the"Nile country here. Report tomorrow safe, so precious it Is. Drink with me, helmstrasse, despised spies who are thence by night, and the tall, well knit E. :M. JOH' S, ; .'

and JH observed by borne American tour- to the monarch you have come shot like dogs when they're caught, man in conference with Dr. Koch who A. V. LONG, Special Slastcr. :,

lit Henry Sherman and familr. All of the new officers have to report captain Gibraltar to serve-to his majesty but die heroes' de.iths." The hotel pro- was now come to be n part of the gar Solicitor for Ccmplainant. ; .1
to I :
tfoodhou&e (the name is assumed) Is In to the governor's wife as well," prietor checked Limself in the midstof rison of the Rock under the stolen 6-1-5t. ?
vr'! I-
.1- a plot with Louisa to impersonate an English Lady Crandall rallied, with a glance at King George his rhapsody and came back to more name of Woodhouse. ..- "
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officer of that name, who is to be Almer lifted his glass, but Wood- SHERIFF'S
SALE.
Jane. "You must come and see me- practical details: 1 :
transferred from Wady Haifa to take house appeared wrapped in thought Government House, one of the Bae Hereby notice is givrn that I.V, J Ep-
charge of the signal tower at Gibraltar. and Miss Gerson, who will be with me His hand did not "But this afternoon-that man from deker points of Gibraltar, stands amid person.! Sheriff of Bradford County State of

Woodhouse by agreement purloins Capper until her boat sails." go up. Alexandria who called you by name. Its gardens on a shelf of the Rock Florida, under and by virtue of thaj certain ;
'. Wilhelmstrasse number. "I see you do not drink to that toast. bad bad. lIe knows execution issued out of and under lh<> seal of :
Woodhouse caught his breath. Jane That looked very
about midway between the Alamedaand the circuit court of Bradford Clun* State
Woodhouse proceeds to Alexandria and Gerson, who knew him, at the gover captain. something the signal tower, perched on the of Florida, against J. B. Rhoden. and in favor -
In Ramleh seeks Dr. Koch, a German spy. nor's home! But he mastered himselfin ":;o-I was thinking of 1932." WoodLouse, who had been expectingthe of James Hayes and dated the 2uh day
He shows him the number. Capper "So?" Quick as a flash Almer caught ; very spine of the lion's back above It of May. A. D. 1917. will otter for ste! and
appears
and makes trouble. a second and bowed his thanks. question and who preferred not to Its windows look out on the blue bay sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at
him up. "Then perhaps I had better share an anxiety he felt himself !best the: court house door in the town o{ Starke.
Woodhoufe !.iIaa: K chs suspicions.! Lady Crandall was moving toward the drink to the greatest monarch in and over to the red roofs of Algeciras: Bradford county, Florida on Monday; the 2nd
Capper,secretes himself in a neighboring door. Her ward turned and held out a say fitted to cope with alone, turned the across the water on Spanish territory. day of July. A. D. 1U7! the fi>n" '. being a

garden and spies on Dr. Koch. hand to Woodhouse."So Europe. other's que-tion aside. Thither on the morning after hIs arrival legal sales day of said court during! 'ike legal
"To the greatest monarch in Eu- "Never met him before in life to hours of sale the following described teal estate -
Capper sees the real Woodhouse borne good of to have straightenedout my
you Captain Woodhouse went to report situate, being and lying in Bradford
unconscious from Dr. Koch's rope!1" Woodbouse lifted his glass and best recollection. My name he pick
cut house my finances, she said, with a my for duty to Major General Sir County State of Florida to-wit: :
and follows the pseudo Woodhouse to Glliraltir. drained it ed on the Prim-ess Mary, of course.I Beginning at northwest corner of "W% ofSW
The latter stops overnight with smile in which the man hoped he read up George Crandall governor of the Rock. i H of Sec. 28, run thence East 4S4 feet
Joseph Aimer proprietor of the Hotel full forgiveness for his denial of a few Almer leaned suddenly across the won a pool one day, and Le may have As the captain emerged from the South 418 feet West 484 feet north, 518 feet

Eplendlde and a German spy. Louisa Is minutes before. "If you're In table and spoke tensely, "You hav Leant MHUI one mention it. Simply a I to point of beginning. and lying in>Section
ever straggling end of Waterport street
at Gibraltar In disguise. something maybe-I would like to see drunken ''trawler: : wli... didn't know 28, Township 6 South Range 22 Kan! }
America I hope"lie looked up and strode through: the flowered paths : W. J. ErrFKitoN.Sheriff. ,
Henry Sherman and family are stoppingat "I -some little relic of Alexandria, let what II(' was t1'iii.; Bradford C' uiiy. Fla.
quickly. hope somebody will be as of the Alameda he did not happen to JComplainant's
the Splendide. Suddenly Jane Gerson s.atl.-1'ied.; taut raided D. E. KNIGHT :
utl
I I us say. Airier I :- ': I
appears, having with difficulty left Paris. nice to you. Good night"CHAPTER see a figure that dodged !behind a Solicitor. f. 6-l-5t.
boat.Lady Woodhouse swept a quick glance ant''!t.'r !>'' itt: ;,
All await a chevaux-de-frlse of Spanish bayoneton .
around, then reached for the pin in "Hut the girl \\ \\i.. has just left here BILL FOR DIVORCE. .
Crandall the American wife of Gibraltar's his''aproacb. Billy Capper, who :
visits X. his tie. -:>-\ I j"1 I ave n<> 'sl'llIati"n i of her? In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit of
governor, the Splendide, is had been pacing the gardens for more Honda, Bradford County. .
i delighted with Jane's samples of gowr.s No. 1932IWrODUOUSE "A scarab; that's all." "What r-p.i.ati': ; )!i do ju want?? Office Varnedoe
than an hour, fear !battling with the .
and Invites her to 8tay at Government and AImee were In the space of a breath Almer had :..;> i".tI| t'n 11'l 1illlh'd: (urtly. VIWarren :
House. Woodhouse encounters Jane, but ". 'Tiiir.eil vou.'ho is she? Varnedoe. i
ir _
denies any previous meeting. mongrel recep seen what lay in the back of the stone n Bill fr Divorce
'..:, .. I I-i s'.l'T fi I
-... The hour wag late. beetle. lIe gripped Woodhouse's hand Notice to Appear. I
.
I vili-'li! unfortunate." Woodhouse To Warren Varnedoe, Greeting
. sliding folding i :
Captain Woodhouse. who bad dallied fervently. Warren Varnedoe. '

long over his dinner for lack of some- wooden shutters across the back of the "Yes, yes-1932! They have told atlniiUi'il.; "We met a few weeks ago 's-- _. -:. It having been shown by afTidaiithat the
, en u train while! I was <'n my way to defendant ,..
Warren
street windows. Woodhouse lingeredover Varnedoe is a n.rt'liidl'nt
thing else to do, came out of the din- me of your coming. A cablegram from
Egypt, you know. Chatted together- of the State of Florida, and that tht residence j
. lug room just then, saw a woman in the excuse of a final cigarette, Koch only this afternoon said you of said defendant is unknown and that there
She is capable
\ difficulties with' the landlord and in- knowing the moment of his rap- would be on the Princess Mary. The tin, very informally. a is no person in the State of Florida. the ser
young woman from the States-a 'buyer vice of a subpoena upon whom would bind the
itinctively stepped forward to offer his prochement with his fellow Wilhelm- other, the real Woodhouse-there will ,' she calls Lersclf. But I don't thinkwe said defendant and that said ilerrndant is j i.'

services. strasse spy was at hand. He was be no slips-he will not"- over the age of twenty-one yearn. .
need fear complications from that It is therefore ordered, and
conhiikr.il adjudged
"Beg pardon, but can I be of any more. distraught than he cared to admit "lIe is as good as a dead man for score; sLe's bent only on getting home." that the said Defendant. War
help?" even to himself. The day's devel- many months" Woodhouse interrupt "TLe situation Is dangerous," urged edoe, do appear to the Coraplninni Bill of -
opments had been startling-first the Complaint herein on or before the fnd day of
turned. The heart ed. "Not a chance of a mistake. lIe
Jane captain's Aimer wagging his Lead. "She is July A. D. 1917. in default where. a decree
gave a great leap and then went cold. stunning encounter with Capper thereon slipped easily into German. "Every stopping' ; at the governor's house; any pro confesso will be entered mi nit the said tl

Frank pleasure followed the first sur- the very Rock that was to be the thing depends on us now, Herr Aimer. reference she might make about meeting published It is further in the ordered Bradford that Cojnty this Telegraph notice be, 'a

prise In the girl's eyes scene of his delicate operationsCapper ." you on a train on the continent a newspaper published at Stare.: i., Bradford

"Why, Captain Woodhouse, how Jolly whom he had thought sunk in the "Perhaps the fate of our father- when you were supposed to be at ecutive county, Florida weeka., once each week for eight coo- 4

to see you again after" oblivion of some Alexandrian wine land," Almer replied cleaving to Eng Wady Haifa, (.n the Nile"- IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereuntoset

She put out her hand with a free shop, but who had followed him on the lish. Woodhouse stepped suddenly "I have her promise!" she will not men my hand and affixed the Real cf our Cir-

gesture of comradeship. Princess Mary. The fellow had delIberately away from the side of the table, tion that meeting to anybody." uit D. 1917 Court on this the 21st ddy of April A.

Captain Woodhouse did not see the cast himself into his notice. against which he had been leaning, ".\ch! A woman's promise! Ai G- W. T. WEEKS.. : 'k

girl's hand. lIe was looking into bejr Woodhouse reflet-ted. There Lad been and his right hand jerked back to a mer's eyes Invoked heaven to witness (SEAL) By R A. clerk.

eyes coldly, aloofly. menace and insolent hint of a power to concealed holster on his hip. His eyes a futile thing. "She seemed rather "Welcome to the Rock, captain." 4-2.-8t. l\puty VFEKS.Clerk.

"I beg your pardon but aren't you harm In his sneering objurgation that were hot with suspicion. glad to see you again; I"- predatory impulse that urged him to I -_ 'a

ItakeaT'"Mistaken Woodhouse should remember his name "You do not answer In German- "Really?" Woodhouse's eyes lighted.
Government
House!" watched Captain
NOTICE "K
ELECTION.
?" The girl was staringat against a second meeting. "Capper- why not? Answer me In German or The Splendide's proprietor was pacing WoodLouse pass, and his eyes narrowed Siarke, Fla., June 4, 1917.
him, mystified."I'm never heard the name in Alexandria. by"- the floor as fast as his fat legs By the power vested in then by the School
eh could he that woull let nlm. "Something must be into a queer twinkle of oblique hu- Laws of Florida tbEBoard of Ful.lic Instrue-
afraid I have not had the pleasure ? What mean by if
"Ach What need become
to excit- mor. So Captain WoodLouse had begun ion of Bradford County, hereby i W an le-
of meeting you." he continued not that somehow the little ferret had ed?" Aimer drew back hastily, and his done he muttered again and again. to play the to tion held in Bradford Special Tax School DMrict -
game-going
evenly. "But if I can be of service- learned of his visit to the home of Dr. speedily switched to German. He baited abruptly before Woodhouseand reportto No. 19. on the 7th day of July A. D.
tongue
launched a thick forefinger at him the governor, eh? The pale soul of 917, for the election of three trustees for
Koch? And that meant-why Capperin
now"- "German is dangerous here on the Mr. Capper glowed; with a faint flicker two years and to determine the amount of
She shrugged her shoulders and turned Gibraltar was as dangerous as a Rock, captain. Only yesterday they like a torpedo. millage! to be assessed J. V. Edwards. T. B.
"You must make love to that girl, of admiration for this cool braveryfar Edwards and W. M. Harrell. appointed as
him. coiled cobra!
away from shot a man against a wall because he managers ,
Woodhouse to her side" beyond its own capacity to prac-
keep on our
"A small matter. I owe this man 20 Then the unexpected meeting with spoke German too well Do you won- E. R. 1-oi'PELL.
tice.
his ultimatum. Capper waited a safe time, then 6-8-41. *
shillings, and he will not accept French Jane Gerson, the little American be der I try to forget our native tongue" was Secretary.
Woodhouse him followed, cbose a position outside Government 1
regarded quizzically
paper. It's all I have." had mourned as lost In the fury of the Woodhouse was mollified, and he

Woodhouse took the note from her. war. Ah, that was a joy not unmixed smiled apologetically. Almer forgavehim leaned forward and whispered significantly House from which he could NOTICE OF ELECTIOV.
see the main entrance and waited.A .
"I'll take it gladly-perfectly; good." with regrets! What did she think of out of admiration for hIs discre : Hereby notice is given that al a regular

He took some money from his pocket him? First, he had been forced coldlyto tion. "I'm already doing it" he said. tall, thin East Indian with a narrow meeting of the TOIII n Council. : of the. Town of

and looked at it Then to Almer "I deny the acquaintance that had "No need to suspect me, Aimer. ascetic face under his closely Starke, held on June 5. 1917 at ;7:30 o'clock

say, can you split a crown?" meant much to him in moments of rec- They will tell you in Berlin how for CHAPTER XI. wound white turban and wearing a p. m., it was ordered that anUion be held

"Change for you 'jn a minute, sir- ollection; then he had attempted a twenty years I have served the Wll"From At Government House. native livery of the same spotless Tuesday, July 3, 1M7. for the prt-pose of de-

the tobacco shop down the street. Al- lame explanation, which explained I I consider; the never white answered the captain's sum- termining whether the ordinancj prohibiting i-

mer pocketed the gold piece and dodged nothing and must have left her more of one of fate's mons on the heavy knocker. He acCepted cattle from running at large on uie' street of

out of the door. mystified than before. In fact he had =1! IlrrnXIXG- the visitor's card, showed him said. town shall remain in force rfr 1 be repealed. -

Jane turned and found the deep set frankly thrown himself on the mercy -\ Capper, ejected into a dim hallway hung; with faded It was further ordered that th. town clerk

gray eyes of Captain Woodhouse fixed of a girl on whom he had not the shad l lQVIA I II from the Hotel Splendide, took little arras and coats of cliain mail. The In. supply the managers of said drition with a J

upon her. They craved pardon-toleration ow of claim beyond the equity of dma, Jalniihr Khan. gate Captain list of the names of persons whit were Qualified
poor !U umbrage at such treatment. It was not to vote at the town election ./ September,
of the Incident just passed. a chance friendship-an incident she an uncommon experience and besides Woodhouse a start wlieu he returnedto 1916. and that such persons and{none others,
,
Woodhouse hurried to Jane Gerson's might consider as merely one of a say the governor would receive him be allowed to vote at the eltttio, to be heldon
a quiet triumph that would not be July 3, 1917. j
side and began to speak swiftly and day's travel as far as he could know. 1.4Lr 1. dampened by trifles filled his souL In his office. The man had a trlIllike It was further ordered that tie- ballots for

earnestly: He had stood before her caught In a a cat's-al isol utely noiseless. lie moved said election be printed in conf.'mance with
Cheerfully he pushed through the mot- the general election law of the .'gate
of
Florida
"You are from the States?" deceit for on the occasion of that nev- ley crowd on Waterport street down to through the half light of the hall ; that said election be hid i all particulars --

A shrug was her answer. The girl's er to be forgotten ride from Calais to the lower levels of the city by the Line like a white wraith. His English was in conformance with said eneral elec

face was averted, and In the defiantset Paris he bad represented himself as t-cV(4Jb )4/ wall, where the roosts cf sailors and spoken precisely and with a curious election tion law.contain and that tEe the following ballots impositions(;or the said:

of her shoulders Woodhouse found hurrying back to Egypt, and here she warrens of quondam adventurers off mechanical intonation. For empouniling! catt'e.' : _

little promise of pardon for the Incident found him still out of uniform and In all the seven seas made far more con- Jalmihr Khan threw back heavy

of the minute before. lIe persisted a hotel in Gibraltar. genial atmosphere than that of the double doors and announced, "Cap-tain Against emiounding cattlj.J..

: Beyond all this, Jane Gerson was goIng Splendide's hollow pretense. He chosea Wood-house!" lIe had the doors shut .

"This war means nothing to you- to the governor's house as a guest hostelry more commensurate with his noiselessly almost before the visitor said It was election further be ordered delivered that fortt.with the returns to the of

one side or the other?" She. whom he had forced, ever so cavalierly. slender purse than Aimer's, though as was through them.ContInued. Town Clerk.

"I have equal pity for them both." Into a promise to keep secret a matter of fact the question of payinga E. S. MATTHEWS,
her half of the double Chairman, Tow. Council. '
she answered In low voice. knowledge game
a hotel bill furthest from Billy! Attest:
was
To'in
Room D every mine in the harbor ( Next Week.) of SUrke-
"We are living in dangerous times," he was playing, was going to be on the be exploded." Capper's thoughts. Such formal trans C. A. Futch. Clerk. 6-8-2L _

he continued earnestly. "I tell you Intimate ground; of association with can actions he avoided whenever feasible. + + + + + + + + +.+ + + + + + _ _ _ _ _ _ C

frankly were the fact that you and I the one man In Gibraltar who' by a helmstrasse. But never before such The proprietor of the San Roc, where + LEGAL NOTICES +

had met before to become known hereon crook of his finger could end suspicionby an opportunity-such an opportunity. Capper took a room, had such an evil + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + . .

the Rock the consequences wouldbe a firing squad. This breezy little Stupendous!" Woodhouse nodded enthusiastic 'made .
that his new guest a mental
eye NOTICE OF INTENTION OF ADMINISTRA. (?>
most-inconvenient-for me." Jane baggage from New York carried his affirmation. "But to business TRAINSCIIEIULE.
I note that perhaps he might have to TOR TO APPLY FOR ORDER TS SELL
turned and looked searchingly into his life balanced on the rosy tip of her 1932. This Captain Woodhousesome leave his bag behind when he she Notice is hereby given to Mrs. E W. Drip New time table went into: effect
face. Something in the tone rather tongue. She could be careless or seven years ago was stationed 4
abhorred violenceto
camped. Capper M.
M. Fenniel
Elisha Driggen. Georgia '
than the words roused her quick sym- could be Indifferent In either case It here on the Rock for just three his own person. C.verso Fenniel, her husband. Janie: McNeal and J. 12:01 a. m., Sunday, :Ma/ 6,1917, '
l'
pathy. Woodhouse kept on: would be banda ell eyes and the click months." McNeal. her husband heirs at law of E. W. and trains will run as follows: 4
Alone over a glass of thin wine- .
riggers, deceased and all other persons interested -
"I am sorry I had to deny that former of shells going home for him. "So I know." .
the champagne days, alas, bad been in the estate of said E. W. Drivers
meeting just now-that meeting It was Aimer who interrupted Wood- "You, as Woodhouse, will be expected : of his deceased, that I, W. J. Epperson. Sheriff of Jacksonville to Tampa. 4
too fleeting.-Capper took stock
of the 4' No. 3_____ __ _
Srdaford County, Florida administrator __ __ n53
which nou!':e's troubled train of thought -- a. m.
has been with in such vivid of
me to have some knowledge the sIg.
situation and conned the developments estate of said E. W. Drireers. deceased, will No. 1
.memory. I regret that were you to allude "Captain Woudhouse will report for nal tower, to which you will have access he hoped to be the Instrument for at Chambers in Gainesville, Florida, on the 6, No. 15--------------_Ifcl4 p. m. .
the Rock tomorrow I 18th day of June A. D. 1917. at one o'clock "Floridian"--.3:37 p. m. ,
to it again I would have to deny signal duty on Almer climbed a chair on the itarting. To begin with, finances were
pm", apply to the Honorable James T. Wills, $
it still more emphatically." supposeF' he insinuated coming downto opposite side of the room, threw open wretchedly bad and that was a circumstance Judge of the Circuit Court in and for Bradford -

Tm sure I shan't mention it again," where Woodhouse was standing be- the face of the old Dutch clock there so near the ordinary for County, Florida for an order to sell at 6. No.Jacksonville i to Cedai Key. :
sale the following real estate in Bradford 21 j:50p.m.
fore the He made showof public -------- -- -- -
fireplace.
the girl broke in shortly. a and removed from its Interior a thin Capper that he shuddered as Le pulled County, Florida to-wit:

"Perhaps since it means so little to tidying up the scattered magazines roll of blue drafting paper. He put It Commencing at Northwest corner of Northwest -
a gold guinea and a few silver bit 4
Tampa to Jacksonville. 4
JOB silence will domethat and folders on the table. quarter of northwest quarter and run
yonr -perhaps you" to Woodhouse's; hands. "Here are a from his pocket and mechanically East 525 feet. South 105 feet West 525 feet. 4 No. 4_______________ f.26 p. m. '

favor" Miss Gerson. "Report for hipi! ... ." tb:? other few plans of the interior of the signal counted them o\er. Of the CuO marks North 105 feet to point of beginning, said land No. 2-______________ ,,:51 a. m. '

that Certainly.. Woodhouse could a.. echoed coldly. "' ,w I.... jou know I tower-the best I could !:l't. You will Louka-pretty snake!-Lad given him lying South and Range being 22 :in also Section the following 33, Township land in 6. 6, No. 16 "Floridian" ?_ $:54 p. m. '

anger still tinged her speech. was to report for signal: : duty here?" study them tonight; but give me your in the Cafe lUcIte and the expense Alachua County. Florida. to-wit: (i i
"May I go further and ask you to.- few weeks the word to burn them before sleep." East half of southeast quarter of Section 26,
"In the ymj
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press a ago money he had received from her the Cedar Key to JacJ.s '1ville. '
shadow Township 7, Range 14 ; belonging to said estate -
promise A of "
annoyance hotel keeper hastily explained, "your "Very good. Wiiodhouse slipped the following day to cover his expedition for the purpose of payment of debts. No. 20______________ ;:18 a. m. 4
creased her brow, but she nodded. transfer from the Nile country was roll into the breast pot-Let of his mat Alexandria for Wilbelmstrase W. J. EPPERSON. 6 V

"That is very good of you," he thanked announced. We poor people here in Almer leaned forward iu a gust of excitement naught but this paltry residue: That I Sheriff of Bradford of the County atate, Florida of; E. administrator W. Starke and \Vnnnee.; )

her" "Shall you be long on the Gibraltar, we have so little to think auJ. IiriupLig; his mouth close second cabin ticket on the Princess Drizrers. deceased. 4 (Daily Except SuMay: : )

Rock? about, even such small details of to the other's, ear. whispered hoarsely; Mary had taken the last big bite from A. V. LONG. 5-18-51. 4 No. 101 Leaves Starke i>45 a. m. 4
"Xo longer than I have to. I'm sailIng "England's Mediterranean fleet- Attorney. 4) No. 104 Arrives Starke? :45 '
news"- his hoard, and here he was in thh p. m.
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on the first boat for the States. 'I twenty-two dreadnaujihts, with cruisers 8 '
NAb, yes. Quite so." Woodhousetapped ; black and tan town with a quid and ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF FINAL
he answered. back and dettrojers-nearly a half of little more between himself and the SETTLEMENT. T. J. GRIFFIN, '!>

"Then I am in luck-tonight" Wood- a yawn. Britain's navy, will l>e here any day. NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8. Agent. '!
BOuse tried to speak easily though "Your journey here from your sta- old starved dog life. 1917, I will present to the County Judge of (
hurrying back to the channel
incident guard But-and narrowed his Bradford Florida, final account
tion on the Nile-it was without Capper eyes County. my
laneGerson's attitude was distant They will anchor in the strait Our and his headthere'4be and vouchers of the estate of Calvin Mon. deceased . .P.
his closely. sagely wagged
"Meeting again-that's luck." ? Aimer eyed guest and apply for the approval of same
you big moment-it will be here then! Lis
his to rest something fat coming. When he final such adminiatra-
The latter permitted eyes and for my discharge u
"To Judge by what you have just ten! Room D la the signal: tower- : .
Almer's for minute before re got knee to knee with the governor tor. Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up SystemThe 4
aid. It must be instead a great misfortune on a I Dated this the 30th day of March A. D.
that is the rocm. All! the electric I
general of the Rock and told him I Old Standard general strengthening toDIe.CaOV2'S ,
she retorted, with a slow smile. I plying. I witches aie tlim I'lum Room D 1917. TASTELESS chill TCpIC.drivel oat
Woodhouse threw his cigarette what he Billy Capper, knew about the A. Z. ADKINS.
"That is not fair. You know what I "Quite. every mine in the harbor can be exploded Woodhouse Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott. de Mtlaria.enriches tbe Uood.bnd b'Udiap ay*-
ttean. Don't forgotten in the fireplace and started for identity of_ Captain! newly ceased. Starke. Fla. 330mo. I.-<. Atruetonic. For-"qIU 5a4.biMcen. 50c.lit .
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:' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRID.\
JUNE 1., '
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L'Hi. Mr. E. J. Roberts was a visitor to friends in South Florida. ding dress of white organdie. Sh; is Mr. D. Paxton Sherley
left 'i9i
. ; : Jacksonville last Saturday. I J. J. Sanders passed through here one of Tampa's attractive girl, and i afternoon to join the Hume M-'IIIJ

J i. : Mr. H. D. Randall was transacting I Saturday on his way to Williston to all wish her much happiness. at Lake City. He was te> per
, busines sin Jacksonville last Satur: relieve the operator for 30 days. Mr. C. D. Moore returned here June 3rd, teer from Brooker to aniaer _
; f' I day. I Sanders was formerly operator at the I to resume his duties in the ticket office Mr. G. E. Edward, .Of Enell the>

County News Items Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roberts, of I union depot here, was affiliated with after spending the winter in the spending some time ,\:;th
; : Starke, were visiting relatives in Law- the Baptist church and Sunday school St. Petersburg office, handling the here.Several. rela'near

tey last Sunday. work, and has many friends here. winter visitors. He states the past carloads:; <>t people! cit
1 : Mr. J. M. Muse was a visitor to the The next regular meeting of.the season was the greatest Florida has place spent Sunday Eros

" Jata'cldnl Pact Gathered During the Week by Our county seat Tuesday. Women's Christian Temperance Union known in the tourist line. Worthington. afternoot .

Regular Correspondents. Mr. R. W. McLeod, of Rodman, was will be held Monday, July 2, at 3 The pastor of the Methodist church Messrs. J. L. Shrivtr ;

. I It visiting relatives in Lawtey the first o'clock, at the home of Mrs. J. Allen, returned last week from the sessionof Ward were transacting bus'uuaCa Do!

t M : part of the week. when the following program will be the District Conference held in Gainesville Monday. ,*

,. j: -- i Mr. J. N. Peeples went to Jackson- rendered: Fernandina. He is now planning for The Ziff public school will *

.,' 'I 1 I. Church of Christ closed last Sunday. ville last week and secured employ- Song. the revival campaign which he expects Monday, the 18th inst., with start ft5
't ; WORTHINGTON. Much interest was manifested duringthe ment in the shipyards. Scripture Lesson-By the president. to begin with his churches in the near Steve Lewis as teacher. "

; meeting. Children's Day was observed by the Prayer-Mrs. Allen. future. The commencement : '
; i Dr. and Mrs. J.0 Phillips are vis- The summer term of Miller school Methodist Sunday school at Grace Value of Mother's Club-Mrs. Futch Mr. R. A. Hester, relieving J. B. Worthington were largely exercisa
$ / iting friends in Worthington this week will open on June 25th, with Prof. and church last Sunday. The programwas How the Public May Be Benefitted. Moore in ticket office here, has left for the Brookerites. attended u*

F-' Dr. Phillips is expecting to be called M rs. B. D. Adams, of Gainesville, as beautifully rendered, both the lit- by the W. C. T. U.-Ada Nimmo. Leesburg where he will spend several Mr. S. V. Andrews left Wednesdt

I I to enter the United States army any teachers. Prof. Adams has taught tle tots and "Big Tots" doing their Solo-Leslie Futch. days on a fishing trip. for Jacksonville, where hi wflTbT?

f: timeHe has a host of friends here I I here before and gave universal satis- parts ably, showing that those who How the W. C. T. U. May Care For Rev. and Mrs. Paul Kendall announce tending to business for a! short tinT

\ I Miss Louise Leverett, the accomplished faction.B. I had charge of the arrangements spar- Our Boys-Mrs. Seals. the engagement of their A sociable fish fry cjown; :

1 i! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Brown and N. H. Stokes madea ed no time in their work and all who Recitation-Vera Saxon. daughter, Julia Leland, to Mr. Wallace banks of the Santa Fe wjjs on t

M. Leverett, has just returned from business trip to Worthington Tues- I took part deserve great credit. Essay in Prohibition-Miss Evelyn Edward White, of Hartwell, Ga., the several families of this Idlce."I: enjoyed

, LaGrange College. She recently Little Aileen Sapp, the 5-year-old Seals. wedding to take place June 2Cth, at 4 Miss Edna Baxter i Is dt tending :

j graduated from that institution, having day.Mrs.. T. E. Waldrup, home demon- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sapp, Song. o'clock, at the Methodist church.VANDERBILT. school in Gainesville.! :
and voice. accidently broke one of her arms whileat Benediction. Mr. LeRoy Osteen anti
I specialized in music stration agent was at fir T. H. Waters wife, C. tot
last Saturday afternoon. She
1 .Miss Beulah Hatcher, who has been Tuesday, teaching the art of play Hodges and Mrs. Surrency, attest

I I visiting friends in Worthington, has ning. can-I was who immediately set the broken taken member to Dr., and Biggs the, LAKE B TL!RI church services at the Hal murJy Free Wa .
Tuesday nijrht.
returned to her home in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Angus Bielling j
; here little patient is doing as well as couldbe A much needed rain fell Tuesday afternoon Several from this !
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Overstreet were Worthington, passed through pa p, who W
I expected. The revival is still going on in the been attending the
from Providence Normal
I' visiting the latter's parents, Sunday Sunday enroute Members and friends of the Womans Baptist church here. There is a great Mr. F. M. Norman went to town Worthington, me thi-s school &
N. H. Stokes had the misfortune to wok
afternoon.Mr. Club met at the club rooms last deal of interest taken in it. The services Monday.Messrs.. gaged in taking the busily.
and Mrs. W. C. Kerce spent lose a fine mule Monday. Friday and erected a near and sub- will be continued through hi-> Levy Norman and Dan teachers. examination ffIf

( Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Shaw. is Uncle Henry the Surrency week ,with of Brooker friends, stantial pole' fence around their lot. week. Ten so far have been added to Johnson, Misses Lizzie, Lottie, Mattie Mr. J. D. Douglass, of;\lachua
Miss Lillie Xewingham, formerlyof spending The members prepared dinner at the the church. Miss Dora H. Cain is ren and Tressie Norman attended the visiting relatives] : ta

this place, spent Sunday with her and attending the protracted meeting clubhouse and a very pleasant day dering some valuable assistance in fish fry at Sampson lake Friday night. Mr. Albert Shaw: here'i"dnesday., Jr., J>f ;.

I, friends in Worthington Lillie is a here.The ladies of the Woodmen Circle was spent. this work: Her kind, loving manner Mr. Lonzie and father, S. J. Norman ton, spent Saturday andjisunday: Worthk
favorite with the young folks and her I Saturday Notwithstanding the fact that rain has endeared her to many, especially went to Starke on business Sat- friends of this place. : tjj
held meeting
interesting
visits are always looked forward to. I an is needed the in this the who she takes
I afternoon.Mr. badly crops sec- young girls, special urday. A series! of service: w41 l be
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Miss Florence Capell delightfully tion are looking very well. The acreage interest in. The revival is being conducted Mr. Levy Norma nvisited Mr. Dan ed at the Free Will condacL '
and Mrs. N. H. Stokes visited Bapt;t church '
entertained Professor Shaw's normal I I'I'in Lake Butler Wednesday I of corn is very large and with a by the Pastor, Rev. L.:1. Johnson, of Raiford, Saturday and ginning next Wednesdaj.night, W-
girls last Tuesday night. Candy and 30 far
favorable there will be bum- Rawls.
season a Sunday. as is known
Roland Thomas and son, B. A. Thomas now. That members
other refreshments were served several, after !! made a business trip to Alachua per crop. The large acreage of cottonis Mr. H. D. Padgett, Miss Rees Lucas, Mrs. E. Padgett is on the sick list the church wish to invit$ all to tf
which the girls played Friday i also looking well, and preparationsare Mrs. 0. J. Lucas and Miss Polly Lu- this week. We hope to see her up I and they will be heard)s welcome attetf. 1
amusing games. being made for an extra large cas, of Walterboro, S. C., are the again. The members of the
Mr. and Mrs J. S. Brown visited Woodmen Or.cle .
:} Last Friday night the. normal of Providence Monday.G. acreage of sweet potatoes, as soon as guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Pad- Messrs. Warren and Charlie Bloods- of this place! held ;heir ;
near regain
The
1 closed. pupils -
1 Worthington presented of Lake Butler it rains. gett. worth attended church at Emanuel meeting Saturday afte.'noon.
W. Whittemore, After
"a familiar play, "Pumpkin visited his daughter, Mrs. Foster Glover Mrs. D. C. Hood left this week for Mrs B. R. Bennett, of Holly Hill, Sunday. all the business hal l beet. attended
Ridge, which was a success. Miss Wymauma, where her husband is em- S. C., is visiting her brother, Mr. P. The singing school is going on nice- refreshments were served, ta,

I' Edith Williams, wrapped in the'Tis American oft Prof., Tuesday.and Mrs W. B. Feagle, of ployed. M. Pad;ett, and family. ly at Emanuel every Friday and Sat- lemonade, ice cream arid cake.comprism
t I flag, sang, "My Country Last Wednesday evening Miss Evelyn urday. Everybody is invited to Dr.
i come. and Mrs. J. ;
: which heartily Fort White, visited the latter's par- Oj Phillips, 4
Thee applauded
was l Bennett celebrated her seventeenth Prof. E. A. Wilkerson has taken Prof.L. .
ents, Hon. and Mrs. H. C. Peeples, i HAMPTON.Ira Worthington ited fri Cads in Brook-
j last week. Prof. Feagle has entered birthday. She gave a party and invited A.,Davis' place. Monday.:: .

LONG BRIDGE. the summer term for teachers at the her young friends. The evening I Rev. J. I. Whitworth failed to be I Prayer services are hfi-i at the Pint
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University at Gainesville. Mrs. Fea- L. Adams, of Jacksonville, spent was delightfully spent and many different with us Saturday and Sunday, but his Baptist church every Sunday evening

Mr. John Yarborough, of Raiford, gle will spend the summer with her the week-end with his father, Frank games were played. As it was I brother filled his appointments. A All are invited to come and worship.
I visited his sister,.Mrs. N. H. Moody, parents. Adams, here. Ira, who was formerlyHampton a beautiful moonlight night, out door large crowd attended these services. At the home of ReA., J. PinhoUter

I Sunday. Mrs. J. R.. Townsend, of Lake But- a boy, has been in the rail games were engaged in, after which Messrs. Earny Alvarez and Lloyd was the scene of a pretty wedding a*
and little way mail service for a number of they returned to the parlor where the Moore attended the sing at Emanuel last Tuesday morning w
Mrs. W. P. Huckaby ler, visited her daughter! Mrs. John :nen Mr Bar
years, and is now employed on the young hostess entertained the com Saturday afternoon.Mr. Andreu and Miss i'irginia
( daughter, Willie, of Ocala, and Mrs. Bielling, last Friday. ney Kelvin .
t I Atlantic Coast Line between'Jacksonville pany with some sweet songs and mus- S. P. Yarborough, of Raiford bound in the Vends
M. M. Drake and two children, Lois Mrs. E. B. Hiers, of Dukes, is visiting were of holy
f and Louie, of Raiford, and Mr. B. F. I i her daughter, Mrs. H. S. Miller. and Tampa. ic.i From thence they were conducted was in this section Sunday afternoon. matrimony, Rev. Pinh ister officiat

Merritt, of St. Petersburg, spent several I D. L. Clyatt and N. H. Stokes were W. H. Jones, of Waldo, representing to the dining room, where they en- ing. Mr. Andreu is a premising; yoagt

days with their parents, Mr. and in Lake Butler Saturday on business. Guggenheimer & Co., spent several circled the festive board laden with 'RAIFORD. man of this vicinity and is highly ta-7;

: :Mrs. R. F. Merritt, last week. :Mr. .1 Mrs. C. A. McLeod, of Jacksonville, days here this week in the interest cake and ice cream. The followingwere teemed by all. Their many friends-

; Merritt, Jr., stopped over on his way ito s visiting her parents here, Mr. and of his firm. I present: Misses Mavis Faircloth wish them a long, happy and pros ?/
.. Atlanta to begin service for Uncle I Mrs. T. S. Langford.Mr. A. M. Williams, A. A. Durden and I Minnie Moore, Etta Waters, Ruth Coffin Mr. L. C. Whitten and wife went to ous life. 4
D. J. Cason were business visitors to Bertie Richardson, Bethel Rich Jacksonville Saturday. His father,, TheIothers Club
Sam. He has enlisted in the 7th Reserved and Mrs. W. L. Douglass attended wjs entertainel"at
I Engineers Corps and will go the birthday dinner of birsDouglass' Jacksonville Monday. ardson, Bessie Kennedy, Margaret Mr. W. M. Whitten, and son, Mr. Wal the home of Mr. aid Mrs. Job*
j to France. father, Mr. R. W. McLeod, Rev. John Mullady was a visitor to Dekle, Belle Richard, Eva Swaverly, ter Whitten, accompanied them. They Shriver Wednesday aflVrnoon, Jwt

I t- Those who attended the party at lof Worthington, last Sunday. Tallahassee Monday and Tuesday, be Inez Crabb, Messrs. Geo. Dekle, Dave made the trip by auto. 6th. The subjects for discussion were,

I Mr. and Mrs. Ury Johns last Saturday i I I Mr. Hyster, the cross tie man, ofi ing called there by telegraph on business Waters, Jeff Waters, Tommie Dekle, Miss Mamie Denmark returned to "Economy in the Home'." and "How ,

f night were Messrs. E. C. Williams, 0. i I Dukes, was in our burg on business with the governor's office. Wade Kennedy, Frank Boyle, Warren n Starke Saturday, after a two-weeks' We Can Help the Soldiers in the'I
: T. Crews, Gurney Crews, Misses Myrla Tuesday. Mrs. M. L. Andreu, of Leesburg, re Coffin, R. D. Faircloth, Geo. Fair- visit with her brother, Mr. J. H. Denmark Training Camps." The music seleS
turned to her home Sunday, after hav cloth. .
tions shown the
I Williams, Annie Clemons. as on program were
t i Miss Florence Dickson, of Provi LAWTEY. ing spent a week with relatives' and firs J. E. Harper andIiss Belle Mr. J. H. Denmark and Dr. John omitted and the time fothis was taken

dence, spent Friday and Saturday friends here. Richard were in charge of the refreshments son went to Starke on business lasts up in the exchangcf of old sane

\ with her cousin, Miss Blanche Moody. Mrs. T. M. Hagan, Mrs. H. D. May and say that everyone wa Friday. Brady Rosier and Carl Ritch receipes, exchange of ideas, helpful'
Messrs. J. B. and 0. T. Crews mo Misses Jessie Griffis and Clara Cone and Mrs. M. L. Andreu spent Thurs well looked after. accompanied them. hints and many more things of im

,, tored to the State Farm Sunday after i i are spending this week in Crawford, day in Palatka, the guests of Mrs. :\ About eleven o'clock the visitorsi Rev. L. C. Futch, of Vanderbilt, wain portance. Light refreshments wen

t I the guests of Mrs. 0. L. Thomas. E. May. i departed for their respective homes, Raiford Tuesday. served by the hostess This was 1- ,
\ I noon.Mr.. and Mrs. I. L Merritt visited Mrs. M. L. Johns, of Orangeburg, Prof. R. A. Green, who was formerly I wishing for Miss Evelyn many happy Rev. W. F. LaRowe, of Starke, fill profitable as well as a pleasant eves;.!
relatives in Raiford Saturday and Sun S. C., is spending some time visiting principal of the high school here, returns of the occasion, and expressing ed his regular appointment at the. ing. it
relatives in Lawtey.Mr. and was chief clerk of the House of a delightfully spent evening.Mr. Christian church at Raiford Sunday. ; t

day.The debate is progressing nicely. and Mrs. Paul Angle, of Jack Representatives during the late ses G. A. Edwards, wife and two B. J. Rosier was a business visitor ",4:
The program rendered by the young sonville, were visiting relatives near sion, was a most pleasant visitor hereTuesday. boys visited relatives here this week, in Raiford Monday afternoon.J. Right-of Wiy. ,1"
Things cannot !h.> entirely
folks last Saturday night was splen Lawtey last week. He has accepted the prin- from their home at Ellenton. H, Sapp, of the Evergreen sec satls1'aet
I tory until some "jilm 1 ft Invented
did. We are indeed glad to have them Mr. and Mrs. Paul and daughter, cipalship of the Suwannee County Massey, son of Mr. Henry Edwards, tion, was a visitor here Saturday. which bjrj
both the jnntorKt and the
help out with the program. Miss Sadie, and Mr. Banks, of High High School at Live Oak for the coming I of Ellenton, was a visitor here this fir Frank Osteen, of Long Bridge, pedesvtrian n
haw the the
can : rteluofay at :
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Don't forget the time. Every Sat Springs, were visitors at the home of term. week. was in Raiford on business Saturday. .
time.SOY
urday night at 7:30 o'clock. Every Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Randall last Sun Willie Reynolds, of Waldo, was attending Mrs. T. B. Edwards, of Worthingtonwas Mr. L. C. Futch and wife left Tues same .

body come. to business here Tuesday.R. in Lake Butler this week. day to take charge of a farm purchased '
Do not forget the Sunday school day.Mr.. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard were W. Norwood and family, of Plant Mr. Earl Whitten, of Raiford, was by Mr. E. D. Futch, near Lawtey. BE.1XS'HE. .tP FOOD. ,:

every Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Ev visitors to Jacksonville the first partof City, accompanied by Miss Ida MaeHicks in out town last Saturday :\IrV.. M. Whitehead has moved '
erybody cordially invited to attend. last week. and llrs.Y.. B. Hicks, motoredover Judge James Kelly, of Madison, was two buildings to the back of his lots Soy beans, introduccdinto the United -

Last Thursday night, June 7th, Mr. :Mrs. James H. Barr, of Cincinnati i, and spent the week-end here, the visiting relatives here this week. on Division street, preparatory to States more than $)(O years ago;

and Mrs. M. M. Drake entertained the Ohio, is a guest at the home of her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hicks. Mr. P. A."Barker visited his mother building two modern houses. primarily for use as g forage crop,
brother-in-law and 0. L. Manning and Mr. and Mrs. this week Punta are in reality one of th'e most nutritious -
young folks with a musical entertain sister Major and er at Gorda. Messrs. B. D. Kelly and Eustis
ment in honor of Mrs. Drake's brother Mrs. A. D!. Van Dyke. Mrs. Barr was L. Manning, of Wauchula, were vi sMr.. A. C. Whitaker was a business Crews went to Lake Butler on busi of the legumes when used as ho-c ;

Mr. B. F. Merritt, of St. Peters called to the bedside of her mother, itors here early in theweek. visitor to Palatka this week. ness Tuesday man food, according to specialists o(

t burg, who left Friday, the 8th inst., Mrs Martha Williams, who had a Mrs. W. H. Jones, accompanied by fir J. L. Edwards, who has been Mr. G. 0. Jacobs spent Sunday in i the United States department! of agrP:' ,

for Atlanta, Ga., and from there will stroke of paralysis last Thursday. little Hazel Middleton, is visiting at visiting relatives here this week, returned Lake City with his family. His son culture. These beans ;Ijave: been usedw'
go to France with the 7th. Engineers Mrs. Williams is about 83 years of Dupont, the guests of Mrs. L. E. to his home in Ellenton last has joined the navy and is in Brooklyn for centuries as a staple article of;, "
Corp. age. Dowling. Tuesday. yards. diet in China and Japan and are coming

Those who attended_ were, Misses Rev. A. T. Galloway filled his regular Earle Middleton left Thursday for Col. D. E. Knight and family passed Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lockhart and to be used more generally t in this I

Loca Cason, Gertrude Anderson, Loca apopintment at the Ortega M. E. Jacksonville, where he has began the through Lake Butler last Tuesday. little daughter, Dora, of Haines City, country as consumer: learn theirvalue ;.

Anderson, Thelma Bailey, of Lake church last Sunday. study of stenography and typewriting. They were enroute in their automobile are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Len- and palatability. Since !they
Butler, Perla Whitten, Ruby Byrd, Henry Bennett was a business visitor i Earle has a host of friends who wish I to Pensacola. ; non in Raiford. furnish protein which i ;contains nitrogen ,; 1

Leila Byrd, Vesta Reynolds, Anna to Highland Monday. him success.J Mrs. Sarah Douglass, Mr. Robert for muscle }liuiklinand! valuable t

I Vivian Graham, Mamie Denmark, of Miss Rose Mary Hull spent Tuesdayand G. Weaver was a visitor to Jacksom'ille Rivers, wife and daughter spent last fat, they are especial important: to"11

i I Starke, _annie Andrews, Sadie Simmons Wednesday with relatives and early in the week. Sunday at Worthington.Mrs. BROOKER. turn to as an emcrgf; :y addition to f

Ida Merritt, of Long Bridge, friends in Starke. The sudden death of Jesse C. Hagan N. J. Parrish, of {Vot thingto r', the usual dietary or a$ jubstitutes for |H'|

j' t : Mildred Riggins, of Blackshear, Ga., A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Monday afternoon came as a shockto was in Lake Butler this week. Mr. and Mrs E. J. Ward and daughters other foods furni.-hinjj protein '

g Lena Merritt, of Long Bridge, Mrs. Roscoe Sapp last Wednesday.Mr. the entire community. Miss Eunice Milton, of Trenton Misses Olga, Thelma and Onaret- fat. Moreover, the fct that and'l

,\ I! W. P. Huckaby, of Ocala, :Mrs. J. L.I M. L. Loadholtz was a visitor E. L. Gunter ana C. W. Rawlins, of visiting her aunt, Mrs. M. V. Dekle.l ta, of Lukens, are visiting with friends contain no starch makt* them T '
Lavender, of Dukes, Mrs. W. H. Andrews to :Macclenny one day last week. Waldo, attended the regular communication j I She expects to be here several weeks. and relatives in Brooker this week. ble for invalids whA} cannot bed

I I Mrs. S. H. Moore; Messrs. Avery Mr. and Mrs. Zack Roberts, of I of Hampton lodge XI>. 129, F. Mrs. F. C. Elwes and daughter, Miss Mr. T. P. Ward left last fer starchy foods. TV.! vans may

[I Tison, Shepherd Moore, Fred Sapp Starke, were guests .of relatives in & A. M., Friday evening Frances, of Jacksonville, are the Yulee, where he has a position Sunday with grown easily in practically all sec*,

: Earl Whitten, W. H. Graham, Lacy: Lawtey last week. Mrs Cora Marshburn, of Crestview, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harper.Minnie i the S. A. L. Accompanying. tions of the country there corn is
Ward .
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Mrs. W. H. and spent Tuesday here, the of her Lou grown and ,give 1 lea gelds than ;
j \ Cason, Walter Whitten, 0. T. Crews, Biggs daughter, guest Hunt was killed by a was Messrs. Eldon Baxter and Carl .
I' Gurney Crews, Joe Dowling, Ernest :Miss: Dollie, were visiting in Jacksonville sister, Mrs. A. A. Futch. negro known as "Tigh Heal" late Saturday Lewis, who will also have most other leans. )

1 Wililams, of Long Bridge, B. F. Mer Monday.Mrs. Mrs. T. G. Futch, of Leesburg, is night. Her body was found on the Seaboard.Dr. employmentwith Soy beans have :a'y so important

ritt, Clarence Ritch and several others. 0. L. Thomas and children, the guest of relatives here. the railroad track in the colored quarters and Mrs. J. D. Noble of h for other purposes that until recently
Ja k
I Instrumental music was rendered by Harold and J. C., of Crawford, were Miss Ina Alderman, of Lake Bu'.tr! stabbed through the heart with sonville, and Mr. Alonzo ,Noble they have attracted Iitt ; attention for e
Miss Gertrude Anderson, Miss Mildred visiting friends in Lawtey from Saturday was the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. knife, right breast sliced open and New York City of food purposes in this rour.try.
are
Riggins and Mr. Avery Tison. to Tuesday.Mr. A. Futch, Tuesday evening. numerous other stabs about body. spending the week are .now coming into Their own TheYI

: Mr. 0. T. Crews rendered several selections W. E. Torode was transacting The many friends of Rev. John !.I i- Sheriff Epperso came over and with here.Dr.. L. L. Lamb left for that purpose, howeu-r/and the
with the violin. business in South Georgia several daysof lady are congratulating him on hi? recent Judge Dekle held an inquest. The last Saturday afternoon Micanopy age of soy beans has i increased
where he
Misses Gertrude and Loca Anderson last week. appointment as State Food In- verdict was "death at hands of Henry situated at the ,. is ily in recent years. T,"
sang several beautiful duets. Miss; Mr. J. McLeod, who is employedin spector.At Harris," who escaped. Postmaster T.present.R. Collins may be purchased nn; in a number.

:t Thelma Riggins sang a very beautiful i- Jacksonville, spent Sunday and the request of the postoffice department An event of note occurred in Lake day for St. left Sun of markets in variois, parts of ,the,|
" solo. Monday with his family here. the attention of the publicis Butler Tuesday, June 12th, in a r Wednesday afternoon.Petersburg, returning on country, often under thj:name of togo |

:J Games were played until a late hour A daughter was born to Mr. and called to the recent order asking patrons ception given by Mrs. Howard N. Mr. D. W. Hazen has beans, and should, wit.the increased |
when the young folks departed for :Mrs.: Vasco Crawford last Wednesday.Misses to use the stamp of the largest Stanton at her residence on Lake four to Mr. Garfield Johns sold his Buick acreage of the coming season, be non |

their homes, wishing Mr. Merritt sill Catherine and HelenlcLeod denomination possible, in every i instance street from 4 to 6, in honor of Mr of Hams p generally available. Spy bean mea?

success in his service for Uncle :Sam. of Rodman, are spending this week at thereby economizing in the expense Howard T. Stanton, a recent bride. ton.The a by-product of oil ing, is a valuable i
first of Jf
the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and labor of manufacturing the The entire house was most effective from car melons to be shipped food and no dour will come !a:- j
this
End Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. stamps. For instance two with place was by Mitchell -
; MILLER. one cent bamboo vines and pink crepe Hill last to more general ,1 the increased |
{ Mr. 0. A. Jackson, who has been stamps should not be used on a letter myrtle. The spacious porches were of rain Tuesday. Owing to the scarcity production of soy bc--jns.
melons
employed here for the past year, left if a two cent stamp is available.If beautiful in panel effect with the white are very small this I i
A protracted meeting is in for a parcel season, and the crop has been greatly l *
progressat Wednesday Jacksonville, where he required ten cents, a stampof and green. The punch table was unusually cut off. The Wood t .
the Free Will Baptist church here has secured a position.Mr. that denomination should be used attractive, being ; work
this week. Geo. W. Moseley was a business and not five two cent ones. In this way a canopy of vines from overhungwith the Mr. Went Moore, an active officialof The farm woodlot eat furnish winter
The meetings are in charge of the visitor to Jacksonville the first nearly one-half of the cost of manufacturing of hung a basket of white center the Jacksonville police; was visiting for men and teams luing the "'
filled BesIdes
4 pastor, Rev. W. F. Walters, assisted part of the week. this article of revenue may with pink roses. Tall vases, with friends and relatives here months when other! work': Is scarce.labOr

by Rev. J. T. Knight, of KynesvilJackson le, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Stark visited be eliminated. Disregard of this may throughout the room, with were and Tuesday. aiding the fanned on the '
i county. Rev. Knight has beenin Crosby lake cemetery, near Starke, on cause an increase in postage rates. myrtle, carrying out the color roses schemeof Rev. Wm. E. Davioffer spending question the wnodlot casupply. a P0'
and last The several days in Daytona has lion of the building arui vial, the bnBof ,:
the ministry about forty years Monday. playmates of little Hilda Dun r- pink and white. The punch bowl returned
is a forceful speaker and he has e nDir.. T. E. Adams visited relativesff. ; den are delighted to have her out was of natural ice, draped with ferns to his home. the repair material and a large; part.1:;
tered the work here with gloves oi Lake City last Sunday. Mrs. Adams again after being. quite ill for several on either side of which was bridal, Mr. 0. W. Dyal, of Sampson City, If not all, of the Cud I used on the aY.t

i It is predicted that much good will be and children, who have been spendinga days. cake. This was presided a Mrs. was attending to business in our burg ernge farm. In addition, the well ,
t over by oat-
done in these meetings.The week there, returned home with Mrs. J. J. Sanders is home again, Percy Padgett and Mrs. Seeber Tuesday. woodlot may be trade a source of
protracted meeting at the him. J after spending several weeks with her The bride looked lovely in her King. I Masters Earl and Ernest Pinholsteri side Income through sues'! of timber, '
we dare
i visiting with relatives here. ties or fuel I \'\' H>J. ; ,:a



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