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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 22, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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, Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and proprietor.;

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H i UNITED STATES HAVE 200,000 DAN CARLTON BRADFORD WILL ADMIRAL SIS IN COMMAND OF



''j j MEN FRANCE BY COMING FALL TO BE RETURNED DO HER PART COMBINED ALLIED NAVAL FORCE



I TO STATE FARM FOR RED CROSS -I,I br

;1.\ : American Soldiers Will CoOperate AMERICAN BOATS RESCUE THE JAPANESE SHIPPING MAY BE American Commander is Se-
SHIFTED ATLANTIC TRADE
CREWS OF SUNKEN SHIPS
A With French Forces lected to Take Charge of

On Battle Line. The Base of the American Flotillain THREE OFFENSES CHARGEDTO MORE THAN HALF\ OF HER WASHINGTON, June 21-The sub- Operations Temporarily. p

British Waters, June 21.-Two PARDONED CONVICT SHARE ALREADY RAISED marine inroads of the trans-Atlantic -
American destroyers have returned to shipping will probably draw the Jap- BRITISH
Vt CAMP SITES AND LOCATIONOF COMMANDER'S DUTIES
this port with eight survivors of two anese vessels into the transAtlantictrade. -
QUARTERS DECIDED ON torpedoed British ships. The ships WAS ARRESTED AT SAMPSON CAMPAIGN HAS BEEN MADE IX The American government has TAKES HIM AWAYVASHINGTOX

,, ,.. were sunk at the farthest point west- CITY FOR TERRORIZING ONLY THREE OUT OF NINE been negotiating for the removal of -
.' ward in the Atlantic the U-boats have the tonnage from the Pacific to the
MAJOR-GENERAL J. J. PERSHING PEACEFUL COMMUNITY' DISTRICTS. Atlantic. GOVEIuhlENT HAS
appeared at since the ruthless campaign .... i
i AND STAFF STUDYING :MILITARY began, and the response of the VESTED SIMS WITH WIDE DISCRETIONARY -

PROBLEMS IN EUROPE- American destroyers to their S. 0. S. On the evening of June 10th, Sheriff Bradford county will cheerfullygive THE BOLL WEEVIL IS COMING.I I I>0\\ KKS: TO SECURE -

WILL BE READY FOR ACTION was a run of more than a hundred W. J. Epperson, who was at Lake her allotment of the Red Cross I GREATEST COOPERA.TION
t miles. When the American warships City, received a telegram from Sampson fund of one hundred million dollars have just been talking with a man
,j; WHEN TROOPS ARRIVE. arrived on the scene they found the City, stating that Dan Carlton had that is now being raised in the United who lives in a country where the boll WITH ALLIEEIFORCES.
ships gone, and for many hours they shot into two or three dwellings there States. This much is shown by the weevil has been for the past five years '
i groped about in the dark in search of liberality of the contributions that and he
and had generally! terrorized the place, informed me that a boll weevil
L WASHINGTON, June 20.-The U. the survivors. The of of the LONDON, June 19.-Vice Admiral
crew one !: and was requested to see that he was have already been made. would come into the cotton plant some
fi S. will have an army of 200,000 troops sunken ships, 31 in number, were time William S. Sims, U. S. ;X., has been
i arrested. Mr. Epperson immediately The county's part of the great fundis early in the spring of the year,,
in the European war before snow flies. found in one lifeboat, while the sur- wired Sheriff Cameron hereto but seldom appointed to take general charge of
i) Deputy five thousand dollars. When this allotment comes but very few at first.,
i' Maj. Gen.is John J. Pershing the French, the front commander vivors from the second ship were picked go to Sampson City and arrest was first announced it semed When the cotton begins to make its the operations of the aMd! naval forces -
now on up from two small boats. Four Carlton, and he himself boarded the large to those who have had experience first buds for the bloom they would in Irish waters. -
where edge of he the is British acquiring view a full of the knowl-sit- sailors from,the latter ship were kill- first southbound G. S. & F. train with in soliciting voluntary contribu- puncture many of these buds and near Admiral Sims will act {in this capac-
for ed by the explosion of the torpedo. the intention of stopping at Sampson tions in the county, but the work of: the stem of the bud inside they would ity while the British nav.Jl l commander
in France
uation military plans I
Admiral Sims and other naval officers and helping his deputy with the ar- the create sometimes called the in chief is absent from
the remainder of 1917, and the judg- I organization in charge of raisingthe a worm, ),i is post for a
met the destroyers on their return I boll weevil grub, and would period, the official
ment of experts as to the special task rest.When fund has met with such generous they increase announcement of
of the American troops. The first and complimented the comman- Mr. Cameron arrived at and whole-hearted support that al in that way until the latter part his appointment explains; The American .
ders on their work. American corres- Sampson he heard that Carlton intended of July, and it that that admiral's
doubt at
unit of 25,000 regulars will sail soon has been dispelled, and Bradford seems sea- flag meanwhile has been d
for french soil. They will be followedby pondents were present, having been to board the southbound G. S. county will answer "here" when her son of they ear the boll weevil beginsto hoisted as the allied senor officer- in -
other regiments recruited to war invited here through an arrangement & F train, which was then arriving. name is called. fly and go wherever he wants to I these waters '.
strength who can be spared from the between the United States and British He did not see Carlton around, but The campaign in this county wa and travel much faster and become Announcement is Urief.

task of training conscript armies. Sev- governments. learned that he was at the Wannee formally opened in Starke Monday much more numerous and often devour Washington, June 19brief mes-
eral divisions of the National Guard,, branch crossing, to board the train night when Dr. A. H. Freeman, Mayor all the fruit that comes on cotton sage from London to thfCnavy depart-
who saw service on the Texas bor- DISMISSES SUIT OF APPAMS' when it stopped there. Mr. Cameron Joe Hill Williams and lion. A. V. Long from that season of the year on to the ment was the first news of the appointment
der, will be found in the first army on SHIP OWNERS TO GET MONEY boarded the rear platform of the firs delivered eloquent addresses to a larg end of the cotton season. He gave of Admiral aims;\ to com-
French soil. The War Department class coach, and when the train slow- audience gathered in the court room this as the best remedy ever found to mand the allied naval forces in Irish

admits that more American soldiers New York, June 19.-On the ground ed up for a stop at the crossing, the I i at the county court house. The enthusiasm fight the boll weevil. waters during the absence of the com
will see service in France that at first that submission to capture by a ship light from the headlight revealedCarlton J. created at this meeting and First, that in the spring when they mander of that district'Ilnd gave nor
supposed. The department, however, constitutes abandonment of the cargo with a grip in his hand, readyto by the various committees appointedto begin to puncture the first forms o other information as to is silent as to estimated forces and entrusted to it, the federal court here spring on the platform of the sec I carry on the campaign has permeated blossoms that they would turn yellow bilities placed upon the American offi
the time of their departure. today dismissed the suit of the owners ond class coach. The deputy quicklyran and electrified the entire coup and fall off, but this worm or boll weevil cer. ;. i
After Gen. Pershing left England of the British steamship Appam to recover through the coach to where Carlton ty, and leading citizens everywhere grub would still be in that form The Washirgton government has
.?; :,' his deliberations were entirely with as freight money theVproceeds was, and grabbed him. Carlton are giving both of their time and though many of the forms lay on the given Admiral Sims wi,K? powers to
;:. k French military authorities. England of the sale of her perishable\ rgo. would not surrender so easily, but means to see that the county does her ground and they would create just the enable him to meet any iiuation. He
1.-'ii will have no discretion over his troops The Appam was captured January, half drew his pistol for defense. But full share. Fame. has full authority to a* on his own
aj England is not pressed for men, and 1916, off the Canary islands while on Mr. Cameron was too quick for him 'Up to Thursday morning at 10 Second. He said to have all forms initiative in disposing of his forces fi
; her from British West and had him disarmed in an instant. o'clock that any one might think affected so as to secure the
l'f:.: France is.American. way Africa for only three of the election districts or greatest co-opera-
heavy artillery, as well alight s England, by the German raider Moe- Sheriff Epperson, who also had been I in the county had been reachedby I punctured by the boll weevil or worm tion with the French and British navies
artillary, machine guns and rifles we. Her prize crew subsequentlybrought ] on the lookout for Carlton, now arrived the campaigners and a grand total picked up once a week from under the and also the maximum efficiency
will be sent along with the men her into Hampton Roads Va., on the scene, and the prisoner was i jof $2,741 had been raised. To this cotton bushes or that had fallen in the in the battle against Gt 'inan subma-
sent by the United States into the where she was returned to the British brought to Starke and locked up in the 'Starke contributed $1,555; Raiford, middle of the cotton and have them rines.
the first contingent will use FrenchEuropean owners by the supreme court, whichheld county jail, where he is now. $564; Lake Butler, $G>7. This b the taken to the house and when they get Much of his time has 'XTn spent in
war. In short, the American that the title of the captors was Carlton was given a conditional par result of a very hurried covering of dry brn them, and ho doing so in May London and Paris and May's advices
army will be American in every forfeited by a breach of American neu don a few months ago, from a life son I these districts. They will give a great and June could destroy many boll weevil are the first to indicate that he has
respect, with the single exception that trality in overstaying the time allowed tence for a killing in St. Johns county deal more before the campaign ends and the still weevil destroyed i in been at sea with his shipf.
in of this in which he had been implicated. that manner would not be there to fly The statement that
aeroplanes, pending the constructionof a belligerent a port coon next Monday night. A great many Admiral Sims
neutral. He had been a "trusty" at the State about and increase and do so much had hoisted his Senior
high power machines in this coup try as a of the most liberal citizens of thesedistricts flag as allied
try. The necessity of supplying the Farm, and the most trusted of all. He and particularly those living damage when the main season, meaning naval] officer in Irish-, ut-.--<->.rc .tai.. t.?
American guns when it was believed MASKED ROBBERS GET $30,000IN had been allowed to live by himself along outside of the towns, have not yet been the latter part of July, comes for i much speculation as to wT;;it American
originally French artillery could be GOLD IN RAILROAD HAUL distance away from the stockade, interviewed. Many of these will not them to do their great damage to the I warship he might be using as a flagship {
used, arises from the inability of theFt tending cows and chickens, and thoughhe wait for a visit from the solicitors, crop of cotton. as presumably hF 'would hoist: 3
French to turn out an adequate num- had every opportunity to escape, but will follow the good example of Also there 'is a way we can fix an his flag only aboard an American ves
'.1,' ber. It is necessary to replace field Express Messengers Bound in Car and kept his work given to Captain Purvis Mr. E. P. Duncan, a former well known extra trace chain and add it to our sel. The only facts dino.sed by the
'T Safe Rifled of Money Packages. not to run away, and for his excellent plow that will shake the department
t : guns every 100 days. Consequently resident, who sent in his check Thurs- gear cotton as to the Ucsels now in
&',w;;;'; there will be a constant stream of behavior when at the State Farm he day morning for a contribution to the bush and the boll weevil that are now European waters have been that destroyers -
received a conditional pardon. After I fund. on the cotton will fall off in the hot have been '
guns, munitions, foodstuffs and men CHICAGO, June 20.-Official an- I sent to British
a flowing from the United States to nouncement that gold and silver coin I gaining his freedom he was very glad I Everyone is invited to contribute, sand which kills nearly all of them. ports and the naval collier Jupiter to ,,
France after the first large fighting stolen from an express safe here late and promised that the" paVdon should and those who are able to do so should This boll weevil that is on the plant a French port for supplies.Responsibilities ,
forces arrive, and possibly to some ex- last night amounted to nearly $30,000was not be "conditional, but real, for he rot neglect the privilege. You may now is the one that is laying the egg Emrmous

tent before. made today by G. M. Curtis, gen- would never do anything to cause him rot be called upon to fight, but one and that in my opinion makes the butterfly Tremendous- responsibilities have f
to be returned to who
The of the custody. Many or the weevel that does the damage been placed on Admiral Sims shoul- f
present plan war depart- eral manager of the western department all of us can help to win the war by : ]
ment contemplates that American for- ,of the Adams Express Company.A had seen him at the Farm, were gladof contributing our mite to the AmericanRed later on in the season.I ders. The tale of torpedoed ships in ;
ces shall go to France in "waves" of package of diamonds, thought to his release, and were sure that his Cross. The amount to be raisedin only write this letter because I am Irish waters is an often repeated one. *
frequent recurrence. All troops will have been taken, was found in check- freedom, would be permanent. the whole United States is $100- interested in Sea Island cotton. It is It has been said that even without the
undergo a period of training in selected ing up the contents of the safe. Jack But drink that root of so many 000,000. Florida's share $400,000.. the product I have made my living American vessels the British have had I
y camps before they are placed on Roberts Andrews, of Burlington, Iowa, evils relatives, brought his downfall. He had Each county and each large city has from. I am also interested in the thousands of destroyers,: submarines -
5 the firing line even at quiet points. All messenger in charge of the car, which at Sampson City and spent been assigned a pro rata share. The farmers and feeling that Sea, Island chasers Qf all sizes and kinds, mine
of his
much time there
the
must be thoroughly acclimated before was attached to a Chicago, Burlingtonand and crime most prominent business men in each cotton is where we derive our money sweepers, air craft and ;every other
1\\ .. they plunge into the thick of the fight. Quincy train, and Ward R. Smileyof for which he was arrested was com- town, county and community ae crop from, I give this information so known method of 'amba{ting subma ;
{ They also must accustom themselves Monmouth, Ill., messenger on another mitted, no doubt, while under the influence working for it. they can make this fight against the rines posted in these waters in the ef
" to of liquor, for in his grip, lyingon boll weevel if they wish to. fort to keep the
k living under the conditions they will car, who was with Andrews at Bradford open shipping lanes.
county's share of $:>.000 is
' top of his pardon, was a bottle of
Yours respectfully, All of these forces '
in
find France. under
the time two masked men bound them to be raised committee are now
by composedof
a
Paris, June 20.-The American enlisted and robbed the safe, still were in cus- whiskey. 'I some of the strongest business men A. D. ANDREWS. Admiral Sims. On him also rests the f'
men who came to France with tody today. Carlton is a tall, fine-looking man in the N. T. duty of arranging for the arrival and
county. Ritch is a mem-
Major General Pershing are having Both had !been questioned at lengthby of perfect physique, and it was a bold Ler of the executive board of the departure of commercial.tessels, both r4's
experience with foreign habits, lan- the police and by express company I act of Hr. Cameron to try to arrest North Florida Chapter American Red ACTIVITIES ON trans-Atlantic and coastwise, that ply
guages and rations, which indicate officials and repeated the story of the II him under the circumstances.News Cross; E. S .Matthews, chairman mu- Irish waters. The IJriti>h admiralty
what the American soldiers of the occurrence was rent exercises rigid control all I
main body of occurrence without change, the police nicipal committee J. T. Moore, chair- ever ship
i will find when it arrives. said. Both declared that after they to Governor Catts, but no decision has man executive committee; II. \ movements and no \es ei! leaves port
Lawtey; WESTERN FRONTIS
: at this writing reached the sheriff'soffice until the naval commander
't: The Americans are quartered at the were bound one of the robbers fitteda C. Richard, chairman finance reports the
V Pepincre barracks : But that he will be returned to county seas free of the .
a huge quadrilateral duplicate knob into the safe dial and ('ommittetIrs.; J. D. Randall, of Law- enemy.In
on Place St. Augustine. opened the strong box without the State Farm is a foregone conclusion some quarters it wa pointed out
apparent : tey, chairman of women's auxiliaries
f Each contingent has its own drills difficulty. for there are three serious charges Mrs. H. C. Richard, chairman Starke; ANTICIPATEDFIGHTING that the announcement that the Amer-
and its against him, each of which is suffi- ican officer had been plural,
own living and eating quartersbut Because of the seeming ease with finance committee Mrs. R. A. Weeks, even tem ,
when the men are off duty the which the robbers obtained their plunder cient to have the pardon rescinded, chairman publicity; committee : Miss porarily, in comman-1 of British forces i

streets are crowded with soldiers, it was asserted by the police that namely, shooting into dwellings, carrying Amelia Ray, chairman county church greatly superior to those under the
speaking many languages and attemp- they must have had advance infor- concealed weapons and resistingan committee; N. Sternberg, chairman ON LARGE SCALEIN American flap in those waters might
ting to make themselves understoodwith mation of the shipment of the coin, of officer. The last count, however, fraternal organizations F. F. Stump, BELGIUM AND FRANCEAUSTRIAN'S have a political effect in Ireland, '
Carlton he is not guilty of, as he ; where the situation is I
signs. The American troops are the character of the safe and perhapsof says chairman athletic sports. tuibulent with
on French ration, which they like better the combination. did not know that Mr. Cameron was Throughout Bradford county during the approach of the Irish convention .

than American or British rations, After the robbery the masked men : an officer. the week speaking dates have been fill- SUFFER REPULSESALONG period. It might tend to showbeyond
for in addition to the abundance of dropped from the train in the yards ed and will be filled as follows: PART OF LINE BUT question, it was suggested, that the
I+ well cooked food they embrace the and disappeared and no trace of them DEATH OF MRS THORNTON.Mrs. I Starke, Monday night, speakers: CAPTURE SOME POSTS. British and American governments
regular French allowance of wine, has been found. They left the two I Hon. Joe Hill Williams. Dr. A. II. were in perfect accoid

which however, may be discontinued messengers bound, back to back, with L.V.. Thornton died at her Freeman and Col. A. V. Long. -
'R when the American rations are esta b- one end of the rope passed between j i home Manning station, Baker county Raiford, Tuesday afternoon, speakers LONDON, June 21.Indicationspoint :Miss Lois Peek wI.nto, Gainesville
'j lished. The chief novelty for the their teeth as a gag. Andrews, in I Friday, June 15th, the cause of her 1 : Hon. A. D. Andrews, Hon. A. S. to an early resumption of oper- I I Monday: attend the teachers'! training fi:
' Americans is the continental breakfast whose car the robbery occurred, man- death being blood poisoning. Crews, and Col. A. V. Long. ations on a grand scale in Belgium and ,' school of the University' of Flor-
$ restricted to bread and coffee. I. aged to release his bonds and freed The deceased was 24 years old and Lake Butler, Wednesday afternoon, France, if, indeed, they have not already -i i ida.
Lunch and dinner are served in cour Smiley. The money stolen was consigned was before her marriage Miss Emma speakers: Hon. A. V. Long, Rev. T. L. begun in Flanders and Cham- :,
ses, with plenty of meat and vegeta to banks in Omaha, Neb. Rev. T. L. Z. Bars and Mrs. Lorenzo
Bryan, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Z. Barr and others. pagne. A significant statement in the '
.3 bles. The meatless days do not apply I Berry Bryan. Of near relatives she Hampton Thursday afternoon, latest official bulletin says that in I'; Green went down to Hampton Tues-

Q. to the military. MEXICAN CLOVER. leaves to mourn her departure her speakers: Col. J. C. Poppell, Hon. .A. Flanders and Champagne "the fight- dayl to attend the sey-Hunt\ wed-
,! husband, four little children, father V. Long and others. ing activity has been revived at several ding.Ir.. Barr performed the mar-
REMOVAL SALE AT LAKE BUT !i riage ceremony and :\Irs.ke.'n played
and mother, three brothers, Messrs. Lawtey Friday afternoon, speakers: points.
. LER. Mrs. J. Uglow brought to our officea Duncan, Oscar and Wade Bryan, and Hon. A. S. Crews, Col. A. V. Long and Aside from this there is no infor- the wedding march. I
11 During the week the Telegraph's bunch of Mexican clover, the prototype three sisters, Mrs Ida Woods, Mrs. others. mation as to the exact state of affairs.I' wit has
M fob printing department turned out a of alfalfa, which had come up I Tetsie Newman and Miss Bessie Bryan Providence, Saturday 10 o'clock a. In Champagne the Germans have Mrs. Hattie Imason. been
1? large order of sale posters for Mr. B. voluntarily among her carrots. From all of Baker county. She was a m., speakers, Hon. Joe Hill Williamsand made an attempt to recapture positions ':' visiting Mrs. J. S. Brown, returned
adverse I today to her home in Jackonville.Martin .
1Ii Feinberg, manager of the Cut Price its luxuriant growth under woman of true Christian spirit, much Superintendent E. R. Poppell: between Mont Blonde and MoneCarnillet ; s
1 Store at Lake Butler. Mr. Feinberg circumstances Mrs. Uglow believes i it beloved by all who had the privilege Worthington Springs, Saturday 2:30p. taken by the French Mon 4_
i! Ii announcing a removal sale to begin would prove a valuable forage plant of her acquaintance, and they all join ,m., speakers: Hon. Joe Hill Williams day, but met with repulse, suffering', Strauss, of Watt rtown, has t
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.J Saturday, June 23rd, and last for ten here. It is greedily eaten by stock, the heart-broken relatives in their sor and Superintendent E. R. Pop heavy casualties. To the northwest been here during the weekjto visit his r,
;:j days only. At the close of the sale he is nutritious and easy to cure. pell. around Craonne, heavy artillery duels I,! friend W. H. Graham. Huis going to
,fj will remove his store to the Townsend row.The interment was at South Prong I are being fought. join the army and came t& say farewell '

::1 Building. In the posters printed at the : Miss Willie Igou, who has been the cemetery and took place Saturday. The Mrs. Lester Stearns, of Palm Beach The situation in Flanders is even L ,
f Telegraph office he announces manyattractive ; attractice guest of Miss Jeannette remains were escorted to their last was a recent visitor at the home of more obscure, as neither the Britishnor and Frelinghien and in thb region of .
' :' bargains.k I Matthews, departed Tuesday for her I resting place by a large concourse of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown. French statements tend to clarify Steestraete and Het Sas, rWle to the .
k home at Eustis. During her short friends. Among those present from the German report of the recommences t south in France, in the neighborhood ': !
and Mrs. W. H. Graham have stay in Starke Miss Igou made many Bradford county was :Mr. John Thorn Mrs. S. Gillespie, of Ft. Meade, i ment of hostilities. Artillery duels of of the Bapaume, Cambra) road, the
been visiting relatives and friends in friends who will be pleased to haveher ton, of Starke, a brother of the be- visiting at the home of her parents, great intensity are known to havebeen British troops have resumed their i
Raiford during this week. visit here again. reaved husband. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colley. in progress between Boesinghe trench raiding operations.} '

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s \, PAGE TWO. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 2; 1917.

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I : OPPOSITION MAY DELAY ACTION TIlE SAME IX

tf' 0 oooo aoooo oo ooor ., BELGIUM'S KINGDOM U-BOATS HAVE SUNK SIX HUNDRED ON THE FOOD BILLS -P'\f.\TKA.

t G <> RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. 0 I'alatka Residents Speak Put For

Group of Senators Promise Vigorous Welfare of the PubUc. the

I t.r i : ii> ,?< > <$> < > <> <*> ';> > <* 3j BRITISH VESSELS SINCE FEBRUARYWASHINGTON Fight on Measures. 4 4It

c WILLBHERWILSON is just the same in Palatka!

. WASHINGTON, June 21.-Opening Starke; our friends there speak as JU

June 21.-It is estimated that a total of 1,745,000: tons of of debate in both branches of congresson in the same glad, earnest way >, .)

shipping has been destroyed by German submarines since February.This the second administration food bill many grateful Stark men and women
liii.
i I f. is only a quarter of a million tons less than the output of all the -for governmental control of food- have spoken past. in these columns for

".. ., shipbuilding plants of the world for the year 1916. stuffs and other necessities-disclosed years
".' W. C.
I I ASSURES BELGIAN Official figures compiled here show that in a little more than three months determined opposition, particularly bya & Austin Bryan, of the firm Of Bryan
well
"., ''I COMMISSION OF INTENTION 322 British merchant ships of more than 1,600 tons each have been sunk by group of senators, which threatensto and, known grocers of' J.e..
man Eleventh
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RED CROSS WORKERS MEET. the Uboats.In prevent its enactment by July 1 as Fla. street*, Palatka,
: i : addition to these larger vessels, 135 ships of less than 1,600 tons have urgently requested by President Wil says: "I was annoyed for Borne

COMMISSIONERS PAY ROUND OF been victims of German ruthlessness on the seas in the same period, and son. time by a deep seated pain right Over

[: 'I executive The Starke boards and met Lawtey at Red the Cross courthouse CALLS IN CAPITALEXPRESSES 78 British steam fishing vessels have been sunk in the same period. Passage of the bill by the House late and my kidneys lame when and it made roy back Bore
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;; evening. BELGIUM'S THANKS. While the record of sailing vessels destroyed is incomplete, it is known at this week is confidently expected by The first g-nt up in the
in Starke last Friday morning.
I' least 78 of these have been sunk in th e last three weeks. administration leaders, but advocatesas kidney secretions passed -
: made for whirlwind too
Plans
were a frequently. I began
I. .. well in the Senate : taking
as opponents
the $5,000 allotted say Doan's
to ---- -- --- ------
i campaign secure --- Kidney Pills and I
WASHINGTON, June 18.-In his debate will be there for wasn't long
protracted
to be raised in
f Bradford
to County CANNING DEMONSTRATIONWas TIlE JUNE EXAMINATION finding out their merit, for
I greeting of the Belgium war mission several weeks and unless the Presi- they
t : during Red Cross Week. Many of our fixed me up in good shaiw."
!' ni prominent men and women of our today, President Wilson expressed dent adopts some extraordinary stepsto '
; their time this week America's "solemn determination thaton Held in Starke Tuesday After- Thirty-one Examinees Received Their hasten action the law hardly can Price 50c at all; dealers. Don't ii*- '
county are giving
:: ,; to the Red Cross work. the inevitable day of victory Bel- noon in Spite of the Rain. Teachers' Certificates.The be enacted in time to set up the food ply ask for a kidney remedY i
I Doan's _
1...' S" gium shall be restored to the place she administration machinery before har- Kidney Pills! the same tW I

L : (. ATTENTION! BRADFORD COUNTY has so richly won among the self-re- As announced, Mrs. T. E. Waldrup June examination of applicantsfor vesting begins. Mr. Bryan had. roster-Milbnrn !
and respected nations of the Props., Buffalo, N Y. rjjj] ) :
(!! t I MINISTERS. specting held a canning demonstration Tues- teachers' certificates is ended and Administration supporters privately j I _

Ir i ; earth. first day in the courthouse yard. A driz- thirty-one examinees passed. This is expressed fear tonight of a Senate fil- WATCH TilE LICE -

I issued The commissioners spent their zling rain was falling, not sufficiently probably the largest number that have ibuster. They prepared if necessaryto
; President Wilson has a procIi" official calls On chicks.' The '
lamation designating the week ending day in Washington paying themto heavy to make the work impossible, ever passed at an examination in this invoke, for the first time, the Sen life blood parasites sap the
1 accompanied very out
Secretary Lansing of.them.
from attend- ate's
yet enough to keep many new antifilibuster rules. IW
: June 25th "Red Cross Week. As county. The grading committee was the
ti I as the White House where Baron Mon- the demonstration. hen at night with 1.'. A. ThomJ :
ing
ij ; the President says in his proclamation cheur, head of the mission, handed to composed of S. S. Dowling, chairman, Louse Killer an-1 your' troubles
.
assisted Mrs.J. :
; "but a small portion of the American President Wilson a personal letter Mrs. Waldrup was by Ina Alderman and T. J. Poppell. The NEW PORTO RICO YAM.S. ended. It also kills bug, are
and Mr. V. J. Moore and on cucumber
,
Uglow
I of the successful follow -
to names applicants
f people can have the opportunity tomato and i
from King Albert, and expressed in a without minding the drizzle the workof squash vine:. We sell it
I serve on the battle field, but all can do short address Belgium's gratitude for : to you and if it does n t make j

I effective work by aiding the Red Cross America's aid. preparing and canning tomatoes, First Grade B. Woodard, of Theressa, sendsus we will, D. C. Jones, St1:',ke Fla.good I
okra and corn went on, the reason for ,. June i
at j As our country is now at war with I "Since the first days of the greatest : Miss Lillian Crosby, Messrs. E. C. a sweet potato of the Porto Ricovariety 1-8-I<:'--&)-)-'->9. !
in
'1. Germany, and many thousands of our tragedy which has ever befallen each step the process being explained Warren, A. C. Crews. just out of the ground. It is .t I

I soldiers are being sent to France, the by Mrs. Waldrup. The young ladies Second Grade of the most approved size for'the table --------- I
humanity, said the baron, "Belgiumhas Telcgraih--
Tell it
to the
I. F! United States must raise sufficient contracted an immense debt of were eager to learn, and they will, Mrs. o.1.. Maines, Misses Delia and well formed. Sweet potatoesso everybody. Advertise yon tell i
in turn, instruct others.
money to care for our men when they gratitude to the generous American I Bielling, Doris Law, Edith Warren; early in the season are uncommon t I

I I are sick and wounded. The amount nation. In America's magnificent out- When Mrs. Waldrup began her work M ('s rs. Steve Lewis, Roland Anderson and it shows that Mr. Woodard is "do- =:J- __ ;
about three the art of r-- --- I
has been alloted to years ago preserving ing his bit."
Bradford county Percy MeLeod A. S.
burst of sympathy for the little coun- Feagle. I
and fruit
raise is $5,000, and we are all called vegetables was only Third Grade General
I. try which had chosen to delay a pow- InsuranceI
in this known by few and little of it was done. ;
great
upon to help our country erful and pitiless rather than I Misses 's 0 000G0 .
enemy But her teachings have not only made Edith Williams, Nita Dukes, OOmC J00 1
I work for humanity. to tarnish its honor or forswear its skilled common, but have Bernice Parker, Marcia Turner, Eula 0 d represent nonp but FIRST
The Red Cross requests that every of Amer- preservers <$> CHURCH CLASS companies 'i'nd will
DIRECTORY. be
plighted word, the initiative created a great interest in the matter Boulware, Kate Douglass, Edna Fair- > ., 1
minister in the county (both white and ican citizens gave to the unfortunate -more so than could be expected, for cloth, Vera Surrency, Virgie Thomas, constantly on the jert to pro-
colored) preach a patriotic sermon on victims of German cruelty in Belgiumthe Lewis BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, 8> mote
in this state, where fresh vegetablesand Daisy Clara Moitt, Messrs. J. your inte'estoj Guarantee
<6>
next Sunday, June 24th. Text taken pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. most splendid evidences of M. Groover
gener- Albert Dubose courteous treatmenj
Clarence to all
fruits to be had monthof
, .: from Numbers 32, 6th verse: "And are every $ Sunday morning service, 11:00 & pa-
:
',' Moses said unto the children of Gad osity. sentiments the year, preserving them was, naturally Scaff, Harry Edwards, Brinkley Hayes <> o'clock; Sunday evening service, 0 trons. A well writ 'n policy bya
the chivalrous
and the children of Reuben, Shall your "But not taken seriously. But since Negro Third GradeI. '$ 7:00; B. Y. P. U., Sunday evening < first-class' gent; in a first-
of the Unit-
brethren go to war, and shall ye sit which animate; further the people than this when I the war set in, with its never ceasing J. Keller, Josie Keller, J. A. JonesC. 6:45; Wednesday evening
here?" They also request that each ed States went calls for food and warnings against E. Kelly. > prayer service, 7 o'clock. Every-> much in case of lis by fire.
school observe this as Red President Wilson, giving an admirable waste, preserving has become to be an $ body cordially invited to attend. 4

Cross Sunday day. The offering taken at these example of disinterested power, uttEr- important economical art, as only by it <$> & I H. C. RICHAP5 Starke
fitted make 1 CHRISTIAN-W. ,
ed the words well to us 000000000000000J0 F. LaRowe, <'
services being for the benefit of the can a number of products be saved _
fix <> Q pastor. Services Starke < -
tremble with hope and cause us to that <8> at ev- t3 --
would otherwise be wasted. j
American Red Cross. Send money to our eyes confidently upon the starry Just now there are three things in 1> TRAIN SCHEDULE. <*> > ery fourth Sunday. Other appointments (' -:i--- __ j
Miss Amelia Ray, chairman church which has become than $ as follows: First Sunday banner more + +
---- ( > $ 44!-+1.r.r
committee Starke Fla., Box 163. Send particular that should be preserved, I v at ?. "t.h I
Hampton second <
at Rai- t
( <
!
'
ever the symbol of strength placed at New time table went into effect <> I i
than June 25th. namely tomatoes, sweet corn and okra 4 ford T !
not later Monday, & l i !
the service of the highest and most and this should not be neglected. <*' 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917, wand I $> '

STEPS TO RAISE $100,000,000 pure principles. What cannot be used at home can be '!' trains will run as follows: 4 EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. M. Fryer J. R. jgvis
+ "Leaning upon the young, strong S> <*> I I'
FOR RED CROSS HAS BEGUN readily sold. Pickles, when put upright priest'in charge. Sunday school, <;> "
and generous hand which the American are healthful food, or we should 0 Jacksonville to Tampa. <$> <*> 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and <*'

people hold out to her, Belgium, I not be craving for them. Almost -!, No. 3---________.____10:55 a., m. <8> sermon, 11 o'clock; evening prayS
t .. Campaign To Build Up Treasury of once she is delivered from the oppres- farmer has cucumber vines, and every *> No. 1------_________11:14 pi: m. <*> er and sermon,'7 oVlock; choir rehearsal <*>

1 Organization is Launched. sion of the enemy, will arise and he should preserve all he can for homeuse <;- No. 15 "Floridian"___'2:37 p. m. <*> <*. 7 o'clock, Wednesday <*>
throwing aside the odious weight of 0 0 evening. Come and worship with
I and the market. Let nothing be INSUR
WASHINGTON, June -America I foreign occupation, will, courageouslyand wasted that be saved either 4). Jacksonville to Cedar Key. 0 us. $ Y NcE
:" I II proudly, resume the path of prog- can by I I( No. 21_______________ 4:50: p. m. 4., ,
task of .
turned the .
today to raising canning drying.DROUGHT
or
::
I ; n METHODIST. L. Z. Barr,
: I Ii ress in the light of the sun of liberty 0 i
for the Red Cross in
I $100,000,000 an
*
<* I
President Wilson, thanking Baron Tampa to Jacksonville pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a.

'i ". eight-day campaign, starting before Moncheur and through him King AlbeIt AND HEAT BURNINGUP <*> No. 4____________.__ 3:26 p. m. Starke, :-: Florida ;
for the
the financial two IN
\ outpourings CROPS GERMANY.
r. said in reply: 6No.. 2_______-____-__ 4:51: a. m. <* *> 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer 0 '.
billion dollar Liberty Loan and its ov- ,* "'. +1+;.;:. ...
I : ersubscriptions have been tabulated. "Your excellency is good enough to t* No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. <*> meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 *#6I

I With the old, express the thanks of the Belgian people COPENHAGEN, June 21.-The <$> o'clock. Junior Epworth League
campaign only one day
for the participation of Americain drought since early in May and an un- Cedar Key to Jackson*'ille. 0 <*> Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior Q '

, ;I the telegrams Red Cross pouring council into the tonight offices toldI' of feeding the people of your stricken precedented heat wave throughout f- No. 20______________ 9:18 a. m. *> Epworth League Sunday evening S> I COFFINS -. CASKETS
i war is all 0 <*> at C:45. A cordial invitation Germany burning valuable : is
stories of donations in almost country. This work in which so many up And a full line of
-
generous Americans have been enthusiastically j grain crops as it did in 1915, accordingto $> Starke and Wannee. extended to all to worship with <>
every section. Campaign committees engaged since the beginning of the reports here. (Daily Except Sunday) Undertakers' Supplies
of many. cities wired they already j No.
101 Leaves Starke ?>
F i. 6:45 a. m. < >
0
had raised the war is one which has brought as much 0 Always on huid. The best ser
sum tentatively WILL GET No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. 0 PRESBCTERIAN C. H. t
STEEL FOR SHIPS AT
allotted to them.Hundreds benefit to them as to the innocent civilian 0 0 vice at the lowest prices. Special i!1
$36: INSTEAD OF S93 PER TON 0 Abernathy, pastor. Sunday <8f >
population whom it was intended attention
of public meetings were T. J. GRIFFIN, 0 school to telegraph orders.
9:45 <3>
a. IB. Preaching every -
to aid."America <5>
held and with of
today tonight some Agent. f
i the country's foremost men among the engaged upon this workas Denman Scores One her Goethals <*' Sunday mornin gat 11; Sunday & Registered Embalmer
evening at 7:30. 0
having the only means, however inadequate Prayer
speakers. Military or civic paradeswere Who Though $9;; Reasonable. 0000,0000000 OP00You 1>
of expressing our deep, sin- meeting Wednesday evening at 3>
arranged to aid in collecting the & DeWITF C. JONES
7:30 o'clock. Visitors
cordially
admiration for the valiant nation
funds, which will be used both for cere WASHINGTON, June 20.-A tenta- invited to worship'with S> Suc'sr to G. C. Livingstop & CoStrke
that had forth to us.
, American soldiers and sailors for relief gone unhesitatingly tive get all the important national,
price of $56 ton obtained 0
a was by p Fla.N.
meet the onslaughts of a ruthless en- .
work in the war-stricken districts ,
the state, county news in the
government on steel for the great Telegraph. 00000000000000000 ,
rather than sacrifice her honor
emy
; of A few with- -
Europe. corporations
fleet of merchant
ships to be built by
!' held dividends until today and paid and her selfrespect."The the I
Shipping Board's Emergency Fleet -
American people have been
them with the recommendation that I
able to understand and glory in the Corporation. Previous contracts, let
I = proceeds be donated to the Red Cross. before
t President Wilson unflinching heroism of the Belgian Congress gave the President
telegraphed
mayors
of one hundred cities urging them to ,, people and their sovereign, and thereis for power steel to commandeer supplies, called T. RITCH, Pre. W. T. Weeks Vice-Pre
at
$95. J. H.lIT.CH, CalMer
devote their efforts to helping the not one among us who does not to-
solicitation These
contracts went to the Downy
welcome the of
work in their communities. day opportunity extending -
to heartfelt sympathyand Cpnstruction Company of New York
you our
FOUR MEN DROWN IN SINKINGOF friendship and our solemn deter- for ten vessels and were signed by

VESSEL BY SUBMARINE mination that on the inevitable day of Chairman Denman of the Shipping Bradford Bank
Board after he had County
victory Belgium shall be restored to a refused to approve
,
place she has so richly won among the them when they first came to him .
Standard Oil Stemar Was Armed and self-respecting and respected nationsof from Major General Goethals, general

Carried U. S. Gun Crew. the earth." manage of the Fleet Corporation, Bradford I

Tonight the visitors were entertained naming a price of $95 a ton for steel. County's Financial Stronghold. II

The price of $56 will stand, Mr. Den-
NEW YORK, June 21.-The oil tank at a formal White House dinner. stand : I
announced, until a final figureis
steamship John D. Archbold, of the set by the President or by some Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford Bank '
: Standard Oil Company, has been sunk BRITISH AVIATOR BRINGS ANOTHER he County

by a submarine. The announcement I ZEPPELIN TO EARTH agency"Since the may government designate.now has the at close of business May 1st 1917. (
i was made at the offices of the company -
"" "" "
to force lower
i power a price, said Mr.
here. Four members of the tank-
LONDON, June 17.-Another Zep- Denman, "I could not go on approving .
er's lost. The Archboldwas
I sent crew to were the bottom last Saturdayin pelin airship and its entire crew has contracts at $95. If the price of $56 RESOURCES LIABILITIES

been accounted for by a British avia- is raised finally, the steel plants will Loans and Discounts
t( : European waters. tor. Flying high on a bombdroppingraid be refunded; if it is lowered, the gov- I $152,740.32 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00

The ship was armed and a gunner'screw over the Kentish coast of Eng- ernment will benefit by the reduction." Bradford County School Warrants 27,207.07 Surplus fund 10,000.00

E t from an American warship was land, the monster was set on fire by A base price of $95 was agreed on Town of Starke Bonds 2,000,00 Undivided I i
board. The vessel
r- on was two days profits, less expenses paid 6,076.85Cashier's
the of of the between General Goetnals and the
enroute to this country from France. guns a pilot Royal Flying Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84
Corps, who went up to give it battle, steel plants some weeks ago. It was checks outstanding 1119.15

t and the Zeppelin fell, a mass of flamesto to stand until a final price was arranged other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 Deposits 238,507.69TOTAL I'I'All

MANY MUNITION MAKERS SEEK the ground. Another dirigible that but Chairman Denman said he Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 418.73 ,
I' TO EVADE U. S. PROFITS TAX accompanied the raider made its es- had declined to sign more contractsat Cash
hand and in Banks
on
( : -- cape. that figure because he did not care 71,362.23

,, to set a precedent that would embarass .
:: Internal Revenue Agents Now Busy the TOTAL
board when final negotiationsfor $280,703.69 -;
f f<: '. Checking Up Returns. GERMAN CASUALTIES. a price basis were begun. The $280,703.69 -

navy is obtaining steel at about $65. I

WASHINGTON, June 20.-Wide- LONDON, June 21.-The German The country's steel plants, it was Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transactionof
casualties reported in the German said, accepted the of I
as price $56 on con
spread attempts on the part of muni- business
offered
tions makers to evade the payment of official casualty lists in the month of dition that its acceptance would not by us. Absolute safety, perfect convenience

profits taxes imposed by congress last May, follows: determine the final price to be paid. ;' prompt service all afforded '
September have been reported by internal Killed and died of wounds or sick- Steel men, it is said, estimate the cost I are you by this Bank.

ness, 22,000 prisoners and missing, of production at around but I II Your
revenue agents, who have been ; $45, they account is cordially invited and of
working quietly for the past two 26,562; wounded, 62,394.: Total, 110- I have been able to sell all the plates you are assured our

months checking up the manufacturers' 956.; they could produce at from $95 to $125 best attention at all times. *

returns. These casualties added to those previously The commercial demand, however, will .

reported give the following total cease with the government's requisi-I
The extent of the attempted evas-
since the beginning of the war: tioning of ships building and ship yard
ions thus far brought to the attentionof
Killed and died of wounds sick- facHities. 4
or
the treasury totals more than $10- Bradford
ness, 1,068,127.
000,000, or approximately forty per Prisoners and County Bank
missing,
557,410.
cent of the returns voluntarily made. To Cure a Cold.
Wounded, '
Indicat ions are that the figures will 2,731,223.Total Remove the seeds of one medium-

:: go as high as $12,000,000 or $13,000- 4,356,760. size grapefruit, put the pulp Into one

Scores of manufacturers of munit- Same-Wonder quart of cold water, and boil slowly Bradford County's Financial Stronghold.

ions are said to have attempted to defeat About. until It is reduced to one pint. Strain

the full operation of the law by It was Phyllis' first visit to the and sweeten to taste. Drink one-half

making only partial returns of their country. "What are you thinking the quantity hot just after retiring Starke Florida. (

profits. Some of the largest concernsin about asked her grandma. "I'se night and the remainder cold in the J

the industry; failed to make com- wondering: ," answered Phyllis "where morning. Repeat the second night If i

plete returns of profits, it is charged. the cow keeps all the bottles." necessary. - - - I I
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TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE:-;;fHREE
FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1917 BRADFORD COUNTY
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i. t

-- entered the RUSSIAN ARMY ORDERED TO BELGIAN MISSION READIESCAPITAL :
Dr. Thomas. McLaughlin
( -- drug store at a late hour and asked MRS. G. W. WILLIAMS BEGIN OFFENSIVE AT ONCE : HONORS EXTENDED :

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. the druggist to supply him with two

ounces of paregoric and the same Russia's Duty to Her Allies Demands Peace Problems of That Coiner! After

amount of bromidia in a six-ounce bot- HAD GIVEN Immediate Action. War Will Be D s<'ussdl.i .

tle. He was refused, but insisted in -
State -
Live News J
: [ his demand, even following Dr. Tho-
PETROGRAD, June 17.-The Dumain WASHINGTON, June
mas to the front.of the store, wherehe 17.-JBelgium
< ""! I *- "-"""" "='"'J 'i f E--- J was attending to a customer. When UP ALL HOPE secret session, has passed a resolu- is now represented in W a\b..'gton by '

Told by Our Exchanges. the customer left McLaughlin again tion for an immeditae'offensive by the her diplomatic mission and will express -

j Russian troops. its gratitude for all jjhat the
demanded the drug, and was again re- '
i I l The resolution declares a separate United States has done in th* past to
blown
fused. He struck Dr. Thomas a
. BBONSON.Two car loads of melons duties of sheriff next Monday. the face, flooring him. Dr. Thomas Her Family Was Told By Doc. peace,with Germany or prolonged relieve the suffering of its p*ple and

were loaded on the local side track jumped to his feet and defended himself tors That She Would Die and activity on the battlefront to be in-\\ to discuss with American ofiVials; the
ble treason toward Russia's allies
I from the field of Tax AsLgor while he pushed the drug fiend reparation that is to be tien-nded of
Thursday GAINESVILLE.-Tuesday when A. I Summonedto which future generations never would
Children Were faih the
for her violated at
, Wm. R. Coulter, one car sellingfor I through the door into the street. Witha I Germany
C. L. train No. 39 arrivedin pardon the Russia of the present day.
passenger
of the and international
the his hand beginning war
other for $150 threat thrust
on McLaughlin
$200, the Her Bedside. "
this city from Jacksonville, Chief "The Duma therefore considers, ur
followed
have
crimes which
Other cars will be shiPPed later Mo his pocket, but Dr. Thomas antici- ft.
siding. Ponkoson arrested C. E. Broch, the the resolution adds, "that the safetyof
demand is good prices the attack by dealing him a The representatives of Kiif Albert
and as the pated
news butch, and carried him before! Many wonderful indorsements have Russia and the maintenance of the
melons few who have tenaciously 4Vr near-
materially advance as blow. The man staggered a steps clung
will County Judge Hiers of liberties which have been obtained lie I "
on a charge the statement
but
been Tanlac
given ,
and get ripened for market. and fell against the building and dieda ly three years to the last fr-e fringeof
mature selling whiskey on the train in viola- few minutes later. The coroner's made by Mrs. G. W. Williams, of in s.n immediate offensive in close co- his country, were receive' with all
tion of the law. Broch pleaded guilty Gadsden, Alabama, is in many respects operation with Russia's allies."
jury rendered a verdict of "death by the courtesies and probably wsth deeper -
JACKSONVILLE.-According to and was fined $50 and costs by the
heart failure" and exonerated Dr. Tho- so remarkable as to be almost emotions than the oflicialVnissionsof
Associated Press dispatch from court. The man who sells or handles incredible. Her complete statement INCOME TAX YIELDING BET- ,
receded
an mas. McLaughlin, it is said, was ad- the greater nation who'
the department has in violation of law is '
war liquor
beginningto
Washington follows: TER RETURNS THAN EXPECTEDTotal
dicted to the use of bromodia, and suffered them.
definitely called off the 1917 national learn that nobody sympathizes with from faulty heart action. "For nearly fifteen years I have had I I t I :

rifle matches. The war, it is announced him, and that sooner or later punish- a kidney trouble. I also had stomach '

makes it imperative that the ment will overtake him. trouble and suffered from nervous in- of Nation May Be $335.000.000 OUR GRANDFATHERSdrenched :

notches be cancelled. These matcheswere JACKSONVILLE-Arthur R. Cart- digestion. I could take no nourish- When All Returns Recehed. horses for colic piat was .

scheduled to be held on the Flor- mel, 'Jr., a private in Company A., ment except a little sweet milk, and the old way which was uncertain and
ida range, near this city, some time \ULTON.-That there is a spirit of, First Seperate Battalion, N. G. F., was would have palpitation of the heart unsafe. Farris' Colic Renjdy does ,

during the late summer or early fall. lawlessness abroad in the land around killed Wednesday night about 9 o'clockon and nervous headaches and terrible WASHINGTON, June 17.-Individuals away with drenching-is applied on "
Munson is too patent fact to be.ig
a
the Nassau creek bridge near Fer- and corporations throughout the
pains in my sides and back. I got so the horses tongue with a dr ))per that
BARTOW.-With the passage of nored or glossed over. The dynamitingand nandina, where h\ was on guard. He weak I had to take to my bed, and I country paid an income tax during the comes packed in each bottlo. Get it r
burning of a camp, the shootinginto was knocked from theb ridge by a call- fiscal year now closing of $330,565628. ,- .
bonds for the Auburndale spe- stayed there 18 months. Doctors today. We guarantee it. I) l' Jones,
$15,000 residences and stores, and the \
Seaboard Air Line train from Savan-
road district, the issue of bonds ed two and three times a day, but I Starke, Fla. June 152229..
cial posting of notices to strangers who
nah and at 10 o'clock the followingday and fell off untilI Of this total $170,037,040 was paid
kept getting worse i
hard surfaced roads in Polk county -
for are engaged in legitimate business to
the body had not been recovered. by corporations and $160,528,588 by
almost skeleton and had to be
reached a total of $1,975,000. Out "Read and Run," is just a little too According to the best information ob- was a individuals. The total yield exceeds You'll Look 10 Years \ounger.Rid .
turned 90
in bed and
only weighed
there have been constructed ,
fund
of this much. Sheriff Harvell, as the law of- tainable Private Cartmel and Private the estimate of officials at the time of yourself of constipation and bea

299 miles with of main short roads county, which roads ficer of the county, has done and is do- Black, both of A. Company, were on pounds."My husband spent more than $800 the framing the income tax schedules new man or woman. Take J>r. Kings

connecting this of the best ing all in his power to ferret out the guard at the bridge and at the approach trying to get me well. Finally I, gotso last September. The total is subjectto New Life Pills and eipel ttti} poisons
rives county one sys- guilty parties. He has offered rewards of the train along the ties revision and with other returns
in the state.GAINESVILLEPresident. ran bad I was told that I could live on- expected that weaken your system soul your
tems in three of the most flagrantcases toward a platform which provided ly a few days. I believed, of course, during the ten days' grace allowed blood and make you old lie!+re your

of lawlessness. safety from passing: cars. Private that I was going to die, and told my by law, may reach 335000000. time. One or two at night Vill clear ri
H. E. Black is said to have reached the platform 'r
brighten
husband to telegraph Thomasville, N. your complexion, tour eyes
Taylor of the First National Bank PLANT CITY.-Counterfeit money in safety, but Private Cartmelwas C., for my son, and to Atlanta and and give back the springs step of

' stated Tuesday that $50,000 of Liberty which was placed in various channelsof overtaken, according to the story, Birmingham for my other children. The Quinine Tftit Does Hot Affect The Head. youth. For health and happiness let

Bonds had been subscribed for I trade here Saturday resulted in a short distance from the safe goal "When my daughter-in-law, Mrs. R. Because BR0MO of its QUININE tonic and is laxative better than effect ordinary LAXATIVE Dr. King's New Life Pills d? for you

by the citizens of this city, and it is three arrests during the night, as a and was knocked into the creek. He C. Nelson, arrived from Atlanta, she Quinine and don not cans nervousness ncr what they have done for thousands.25c. .
ranging in head. '
reasonably certain that more will be result of which Tew was unable to swim. The alarm was father Tanlac. He Remember the. full name and (3)
J. I. a farmer begged to get me look for the signature: ofW. GROVE. J5c t
taken before the time limit expires. living about three miles northwest of given instantly and a search of the went right down 'to Vance's Drug .
for it ___ __ ______ __ -
This is very gratifying, demon- the city, his son, Harvey Tew, and G. waters started, extending through the Store and got me a bottle. I began -

strated that our people have "done W. Thornton, formerly of Levy coun- night and next day. At 10 o'clock no taking it, and on the second day I be- '

their bit" in a financial way. ty, were carried to Tampa and placedin trace of the body had been discovered gan to get hungry, and asked for

jail to await action by the United except the cord from the service hat something to eat. They gave it to FortheGooddfl I

TAMPA*-A number of employeesof States authorities. Spurious coins I i of the unfortunate soldier. Private me, and it agreed with me, and I have

the Tampa Engineering and Shipbuilding have been passed here at intervals for I Cartmel, before being called into mil- been eating ever since. After a short

Company quit work Friday some time, but not until Saturday did itary service, was an employe of thePeople's time I got so I could eat anything I <

morning, stopping work on two steel it assume appreciable proportions, and Bank. He lived with his par- wanted, and just as much as I wan-

ships ,when they heard that Ernest it is probable that if the parties in the ents, ted. Trade in generdland

Kreher, general manager of the com- toils have been operating extensively, "After this I improved right along

pany,had refused to subscribe for Lib- the queer" having been placed in circulation SAD ENDING OF PICNIC and it wasn't any time hardly before !

erty bonds. Leaders of the men claimed in other towns. I was out of bed. It just seemed like 1 I .

that 150, nearly the entire force, Three Persons Drown at Boca Ceiga the more Tanlac I took the better I '

was out. Kreher is an American citi- TAMPA.-Requesting that he be Last Saturday.S. got, and I have actually gained 48 Your Business I .g.gi
zen of German descent. pounds in weight. I sleep good now,
buried as a pauper, though possessedof
and am not nervous any more like I
: more than ample funds to providea V. Van Varenburg, aged 55, his was. Yes, I feel almost as well as I M
t f ST. PETERSBURG.-While fighting proper burial, J. R. Horn, a farmer 15-year-old son, Leon, and Miss Nora ever felt in 'my life and am doing in Part cu1 ;

,I 1 a large tarpon weighing about Freda 200 living near Ballast Point, committed Hayder, the 15-year-old daughter of nearly all of my housework and milk i -
pounds at John's Pass, Miss suicide the of his head
by blowing top e
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hayder were the cow and and churn' the milk.
Solomonson, of Tampa, came near los- off with shotgun. "Put me in the
a
drowned afternoon at 3:30
Saturday "After I got able to go about I
ing her life when her necktie became field l the level and i I
potter leave grave
while bathing in the waters of Boca visited my daughter, Mrs. Short, at
entangled in the reel and tightened unmarked so it will be unnoticed andI ar-- !
,
the west end of the
Ceiga bay near Ensley, Alabama, and have just returned -
around her neck gradually choking her will soon be forgotten." is the note Seminole bridge.Mr. I :
from a trip to the store. ,
to lifelessness. If the line had not found by neighbors who discovered the and Mrs. W. F. Hayder, daughter don't do anything but talk about Tan- I'. .,
broken Miss Solomonson would prob- suicide. Bank books indicated that Nora Mr. Mrs. S. V. I I I i.
and Varen- lac. All of my neighbors are talking
ably have been choked to death. Horn had on deposit in two banks a burg, son, Leon, daughter, Margueriteand about it, too, and think it is wonderful I

total of more than $500. He left in: a younger son had gone to Semi- how this medicine has helped me." Advertise i
MIAMI. Work on the forty-two structions that Mrs. C. G. Callert, his nole bridge : '
to enjoy a day's picnic. Tanlac is sold by leading druggists ,
louses to be built at Wynwood park sister, at Three Ooaks, Mich., be no- All the party except Mr. and Mrs. of leading cities in the South; by D. C. fit

by Hugh Anderson and J. F. Chaille I tified. Hayder were swimming when Nora Cason in Starke; in Lake Butler by I

will begin in a few days, it was an- Hayder stepped into water beyond her Tomlinson-Maines Drug Company; in I

nounced by R. B. Crump, of the A. B. PENSACOLA.-That the navy department depth and called for help. Young Leon Hampton by the Hampton Pharmacy; I II I II

Crump Construction Co., which has a is to expend a vast amountof swam to her assistance and not beinga in awtey by the Cash Drug Store; in

" _?contract for the new houses. Material money in developing the United very good swimmer both went under Raiford by the Weaver Drug Com- I' i iI '

1.' 'for the new residences is now being States aero station, became known the water. Mr. Van Varenburg heard pany; in Worthington by R. T. Taylorand I We have the circulation r

'. hauled to Wynwood park. This contract here when it was learned that one firm their cries and swam to them, after in Sampson City by C. A. Smith. .' 1

it will probably furnish work for of contractors has been awarded con- taking the other two bathers to safety. -Advertisement. I I

i several hundred carpenters and other tracts for. the erection of seventy Not being a very good swimmer him- ,I I

tradesmen. temporary building and seven or eight self all three were dragged down to 000040 cic' .0w I 1 '

permanent steel hangars, the cost of their death, while Mr. Hayder, who 1 The I

MIAMI.-The tomato crop on the the work being in the neighborhood of cannot swim, and Mrs. Hayder, whois \9 STARKE rp ,I,
an invalid, Mrs. Van Varenburg and
This does include the
cast coast was approximately 600 cars $800,000. not <8> FRATERNAL DIRECTORY 0 I II
less than in 1916, due to the freeze in work being done by the Virginia children stood on the bank in anguishand 0 0 Bradford County Telegraph i iI
watched the death struggle of I
February killing almost all of the ear- Bridge Company and other contracts, F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. 0
and it is estimated that the total of their loved ones. I I II
ly tomato plants and requiring re 35. Meets every second and 0
the hus far awarded will reach A call was quickly sent to Largo, I i
planting. The total for the season conracs fourth Monday nights.
the .nearest town, and immediatelymany 0 O
The Home
dollars with
from the east coast, up to last week over one million many Paper

was 3,090 cars, and with the shipments other development projects yet to be swimmers automobiles, divers and loaded doctors with came expert to \9 I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. 0 ; i

for the next few days it will handled. $> Meets every Tuesday night. o .- .I
1 offer assistance. Work began at once -. .
mark. Last 3,815J \>
pass the 3,100 year, .
1 at recovering the bodies of the drowned .
carloads of tomatoes were shipped GAINESVILLE.-Dr. James F. Mc- and the rescuers worked franctic- M. W. of A., Starke Camp. 0 -' ---- -

; from the east coast.BUNNELL. Kinstry, Jr., one of Gainesville's best ally in a vain hope that they would Meets every first and third Wednesday 0 ,i

I, I loved and most prominent citizens anda find the bodies before life was ex nights. 0v Irr= -rn

.-In the referendum phyisician and surgeon of state-wide tinct. j i
renown, passed away at his home in S> W. 0, W., All Friends Camp .
Johns
election held in portions of St. The body of the young girl was : 0111 I III
this June 13th, at 1:30 p. m., after $> No. 138. Meets every second and
dissentingvote city
and Volusia counties not a brought up first and the doctors be-
was cast against the creation of having been in ill health for sev- gan work at once in giving the body (s> fourth Friday nights.

Flagler county, and a precedent was eral months. Dr. McKinstry was 48 artificial respirationhile the others ;;;2t1; 4
!' Union No. 536,
established for the state. Charter for years of age and was born and rearedin kept up the search for Mr. Van Var- Chapel Camp,
, of ($ first and third Friday 0
for the new county was granted by this city. He was a graduate enburg and son. The doctors tried every meet every
Orleans and (& Union Chapel. J. A. Ellington <$>
Tulane University, New nights at
the recent legislature, subject to a means of bringing the young girl
in the German (* Clerk R. No. 1, Starke. UNIVERSAL CAR ;
of the later studied medicine THE
referendum vote of the people back to life, but failed as she was dead
territory affected. The new county hospital in Philadelphia. Dr. McKin- when brought from the water. The'<\9 \8>
his first wife brothers cordially 3>
twice married Visiting are
becomes a fact on July 2, with Bun- stry was body of the boy was next recoveredand
of New Or- $ invited td attend these meetings.
Miss Nelle Cohen,
nell the seat. being after much searching the of
: as county body
advised beware of
<' Owners of Ford to
about eight o are
leans, who passed away the father, who had lost his life in trying cars
He is survived by his devoted 000000000 004 4 000 "
years ago. to his loved If needs adjustment
broughtto
save ones, was "counterfeit car
TAMP-The police of this city wife, father,.mother, two sisters the surface. parts. your '

are baffled by what they now think is and three brothers, all of whom After working until 5 o'clock in a WONDERFUL STUFF! bring it here where you will find reliabl service
the
a general suicide pact among reside in this city. Interment will be : vain effort of bringing back life to LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS with the complete mechanical equipment to give the ;
brides and bridegrooms of Ybor city, made in Evergreen cemetery, this city ;
the drowned one. the bodies were taken -
a suburb of this city. Louise Rouster, some time tomorrow.MELBOURNE.Within. to Largo and then to their respective highest quality of Ford service obtainable. All they i
handsome of Indian and Span- e
a girl homes.-St. Time Apply a Few Drops Then Lift J
Petersburg
the Ford Motor
used supplied by
ish descent is the last of nine bridesto Ford parts are
die. At the time appointed for the the past Corrs or Callu-es Off With
Ford .
two weeks there have been shipped Company. You can not expect your Car to
, wedding. Miss Rouster's bridegroomfailed !SHORTAGE AFFECTS LUMBER Fingers-No Pain.No .
from Deer Park, via the Union Cypress demand unless
to appear. The girl retired to two trains MEN. give the service and endurance you j
Railway,
Company
'
7 r her own room, soaked her clothing rushed in loaded with cattle that were raisedon humbug! Any corn, whether you have it cared for by men experienced in Ford
til then
and -
r applied a match,
? is known as the Hopkins hard soft or between the toes ,will
,
,. through the house and down the what James H. Dowling, formerly of this methods. '
other cars loosen right and lift out, without a
ranch and as rapidly as up
street The other eightgirls but who is connected with
torch. city, now
a living } f
died in the same. None of the can be furnished eight more trains the Gulf Pine Lumber Company at particle of pain or soreness. Touring Car $360 Runabout $345, Town .
found and it will go forward. These cattle are be- Odessa stated in recent interview This drug is called freezone and is a all f. b.
bridegrooms Sedan $645
ever were ing shipped to the Agar Packing Company a compound of ether discovered by a Car $595, Coupelet $505, o.
is drowned themselves with of the Jacksonville '
believed that they one papers
at Chicago and are better than Cincinnati man. Detroit. On display and for sale by :
in the swamps nearby, believe that the car shortage of. the nation is .
of cattle, for Ask at drug store for a small
ing they would be united with their the the ordinary that run Messrs.range Hopkins and seriously affecting the lumbermen of lib bottle of freezone any which will cost buta A. W. and G. A. Anderson 0
mates reason this state. Conditions are good, prices -
later.
Donneg: have paid considerable at- triflle, but is sufficient to rid one'sfeet Starke Fla. t tL
are holding, and the demand is as ,
Ii tention to the breeding of their stock of every corn or callus.
he
good as could be expected, but,
JACKSONVILLE H. Dowlin for the past ten years. They have b enable the is felt. : Put a few drops directly upon any r
shortage being
was Thursday suspended from the office to do this by placing the 104,000 says Mr. ,Dowling's car has a con- i tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly -
I of sheriff of Duval county by executive acres of land owned by Mr. Hopkins company the soreness disappears and short-
tract to furnish lumber for the build-
f' order of Gov. Sidney J. Catts, I under fence and by paying more or ing of submarine chasers. ly the corn or callus will loosen and

;1,1 under date of June 14, which directs less attention to the details of the bus- ] it can be lifted off with the fingers.

that the suspension shall take effect iness.KISSIMMEE.Mad. This drug freezone doesn't eat out

immediately. Henry Hayes Lewis,. Whenever You Need General Tonic the corns or calluses but shrivels them

former collector of internal revenue from the luck Take Grove's without even irritating the surrounding -

for Florida, is to be the new sheriff, The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless skin.
Dr.
accordingto credentials from Governor of drugs and walking feebly into chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Just think! No pain at all; no sore-
W. T. Thomas' drug store in this city General Tonic because it contains the
here it
Catts, which Mr. Lewis brought ness or smarting when applying I
solda
to be of
Wednesday night, begging well known tonic properties QUININEand L
J', ; Thursday morning from Tallahassee, small quantity of "dope," and refused IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives or afterwards. If your druggist don'thave .
| directing him bond to taker '. freezone have him order it for
; to make the physician, Randel Mc- out Malaria, Enriches: the E ood and --
Ii. over the duties of sheriff. It is expected by killed when he attacked Builds up the XV hole System SO Gems you. ((62)
was
f ,f J( that Mr. Lewis will assume the. Laughlin



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STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE Z,
PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. UIL.
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" tarly alone now for by her mania for \m. HOOVER'S SAD BREAK. I NEW: YORK POLICE SEIZE ing.Grimm WHAT' IS
PLANT declares that when he was 1
Bradford County Telegraph the GERMAN TIRELESS
submarining everything in sight, at Berne and Stockholm he had refused

r., neutral nations from which she formerly Herbert Hoover, food expert, and to enter into any such negotiations
.<
'
L received some supplies, now refuse advise the Secret Service Men Locate Apparatus LAX-FO.
: especially chosen to government Socialist he refused to
f. Published Weekly, and entered U Ifff and that as a f
s her all aid. On of Theatre Building.
about food problems, has Top I let himself be made the instrument of
f: oDd elw matter at the post-offic at There is little doubt that the Ententes made a "mess out of it, the first dash -

f;i Stark. Florida. will load all they can: on Uncle! out of the box." XEW YORK. Jute 20.-One of the I j imperialist The two plans.Russian ministers reported I ui-f os IS IJIIIIPIOm iI

r __ Sam's shoulders and even let us fight: lie says the Englishmen don't like most powerful and completely equipped to the cabinet that Grimm's explanations A DIGESTIVE lAxAT1Vi

the war alone if we submit to it; but bread and we ought to eat cornbread -
corn seizedon
x E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner wireless telegraph outfits \, were unsatisfactory, whereupon : tATJU.mC AJl1'
soon cool judgment will take the plare and send our wheat to England. the Amtri'sn'n nl'nt since the immediate expulsion.1II1is issued UYQ. .
?. IL E. LAGERGREX Associate Editor and we an Uz-Fos is not a Secret
.r'a of unreasonable generosity The the world's prp
English are greatest declaration of war against Germany, against him.tCALOMEL. e tki
' -t': where should l will irslints they oltbefclS
beef-eaters and to be
\ we ought contented an instrument capable of sending messages -
: t I: i.1' haw bought Anyway, thi'1'is no dancer with and vegetables. Heurpes '' DYNAMITES old-fashioned roots and its
t>n rl Villa i is &* to eggs thousands of miles and of recceivirg %

" $ ,\\",) worth of Unites States libertyWls that we will ever be "Nnqut -.! by th.tW use the things the Allies at practically unlimited distances i A SLUGGISH LIVER CASCARA BARK
much I'rusisn1'r lords and forex"'r after'be do BLUE FLAG
i 1 Villa may not like w not crave.It was discovered a few days aco ROOT
it subject to their tyranny Fas i--1! is such fool declarations that RHUBARB R6QT
still h* i* no Gorman sympathizer just on th.'f of a Broadway theatreby '

r. stems.t What rot is that for an American to Jaw made: the war unpopular. The United States Marshal McCarty and Crashes Into Sour Bile, making BLACK ROOi

b 'I & utter! right sort of a plan would be to keep a raiding party of his deputies and You Sick and You Losea MAY APPLE iPtOOT
fathers small were 1.lJ The submarines is Germany's Ltcard.
Our all the things at home we' need and secret service operatives.The SENNA LEAVES

1 t,> Kx,k out for the oxcarts on the : The American navy has'hSNI) send the things we need the least over instrument$ dismantled andI Day's Work.

iltrt'ttWhtn Wt wen -UJ't' yet begun warfare against them in to the Allies AND PEPSIN
i I l three who it had
men is alleged, caused -
.
Calomel salivates! It's mercury.Calomel InLu.f'ostl Cascaa .
let the busies earnest but the days of these cowardly t#s
w\'re w-arned not to We haw been giving John Bull
it to be erected and had operated it, '
I acts like dynamite on a slug the addition of ties w i
th"l
.j run oxer uSl'ur own little tots are $Un'kt'NN' numbered. They 1 best of ewrything entirely too long.I I were arrested and sent to the detention When calomel into eats natizg it better thCAXA ..

told to look out for the autJrUObiltsThr arm many, but their number can. be I Ixvritten .I In giving up our ti1i.iinJ our at Ellis 1 1sJ.11 three gish liver. cores: ,aad thus the ro--bt.atioa C4

little one of the next fereration with three f.. :I't'STht doj!| lives in this great world-war the Unit- j prisoners camp are German aliens who had contact with sour bile it crashes intoit : o-iyasase=n'ata71atzlRaaa: ,1:

.' will probably haw a "parlous time" rot multiply as fast as the heads o f j\ ed States i ss not >oin to be content j! been on the coeminents suspectedlist. causing cramping and aausea.j tic Xrnt also as atb Zt' Ttld
: '
c, ,i.i;in; aeroplanes.\ world moo es. the ancient hyd a. With Germany cut i! to starve just because tritons w:irt j jI | If you feel bilious headachy, constipated Sjmp laxatives ere wtal, b.t Lu-t
while tie I and all knocked out, just go combines '
outside supplies
1 off from ,I beef and :i: r. j The aerials of the wireless partwere stregJ1ih .
There* great scarcity of oScersto tallies are supplied by us, sad with' Such declarations and plans as 'j to your druggist and:: get a 50 cent riatic taste tad & : not CIr .
urged concealed! electric
behind :
drill and command the r.ew tr\vvs i our soldiers htl'itht'r.:, tie war':, by Mr. Hoover threatens internal j!I a bg '. bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis the 1so:: ch. Ore tr ftle ..,,__
j : roof and the wires connectedwith
sign
ncw-commiNsioned\ otSoers in I on a Lxi-Fos is iziaci, :
1 yaw roiisy 1 cannot last much larger, even if Has- :,[ troubles.! The peopkof! tie United i a harmless: vegetable substitute for e t.f _- stimr
have been invited to i I j i it were run to the engine room, ind iige tka ci Tory L er.
'I the regular array 1 soa retires from the fame. So there States deserv e the best of ddr'f1 together with other wires connected dar.gercus calomeL Take a spoonfuland : PtXt't

yrt-jure to "'rt IJeateiwr.toses l:at iin [ is so use in C'Il'I I:j I food products and they will have 'e:::. if it doesn't start your liver and
l with tie electric: af the playhouse
>ted cf per try bv this opjvrtunity We haw had too false alarms I sjstem straighten Utter and quicker '
many you
Dixie.PItOCEEhlGS up .
[
I Montis cf search led EDG YE--S I
finally
for preferment, tie .crester part \\I already; and tie business of tie C\ :-.- j I than nasty calomel and without: making ; 0'
to tie disc\nry of tie plant. _
of those thus hx>nore\J hax e r\fused tie .
j has suffered in sick back and get Opt c an
j i try consequence.COLLIVTH OF TOWN COUX- j! you: ; you just go ':
i ir.\iWtJv\n. They want to jn, to lea r.oe !, i I ,
elL i II GERMANY FAILS TO GET your n:>r.ey. JACKSGwf; t
| RUSSIAj
home and E INSANITY
to f.fit. dot to stay at
I
If take calcmel today you'll *
I WITH PEACE OFFER. you broken Larvsea
-rookies, Which meaty
l"'A\"c'1Ul r drill j
sick and nauseated tomorrow: : ; besidesit
"I'i iv tht scOdier* are s-Jioe of The council l sect in regular session', Same Da/: iU Lci4 t
w* oar
I ':-. Ovid Martel. a Jacksonx e''j June S with all members may: salivate you, while if you take Yk Spe3! en 6ie+'. P ,.L....&.: ,
,
r. stow. j t'N'M':: $ .
ghh4r I aienist'ss an article: : in tie current :j j I STOCKHOLM. Jane ;.-Tit Soc.ili Docs, ::'s Liver Tone you win wake r? "0. cc vr.
Minutes of list read
I|i meeting were
.4 'me'tvrrtnt bareiuvrsts must :' number of tie Lake City Index of'' and approved. i iI i FVmokrsten today publishes tie trans- feeling great, full cf ambrdcc andready

In it ie trit o I I lauon of a telegram: said to have been fcr work play. It's harmless,
!' t lit awXtt at r.cits: tadjir.c out r.ewcf :; starthnc contents j I Kedjctior-s in assessnen.s.war 1$1$ cr c
r'thless than that tie whole j sent in C'r.ht'r"iri'm: tie political cepartment and safe to eiUdren
t mtts \rThe. Utest cvvsesfrom ,: pro\e follows pleasant: :o Sir ; 4-
j were granted
as :
i tie jsvtoSce tl"'rmtr.t *nd is I i|! German r&tior. is denwnted and t:.itthe :y I Southern Express Co to $:;5XC. ; of tie Swiss Federal Coancil they like it. (IS-4ri) !

barbarities and cruel- j! ; to E. O.t'r: tie Swiss n: utc atPrtrocrad. ; r
t.t eject tiut Misrps of 4* awe? j I urexemplixi : S, Purlirc.-fron SljXV.\. J500.S .

i oev-iuautior s *< letter ind jvickace* I lies of tie war are tie act of raansac : L Alvarei __from JO.tX) to WAXJ. ,. It :s date-d s.: Berne, Jane 4 i + : agiE-e4

N'\; iN', hyoid be used, irVid c\f a *. There is kind of insanity tiat.besets :: W. Kobinsor..fro $4fo to JS25, o, and says: b It Helps !

gresrr aamber of $:'S.n\-. cf snulleroenoauratioiT. itsksr.s witi pride, andraikes The clerk was instructed to place j\ "Hcfman. a acn beer of tie Federal TRAIN SCHEDULE I

*, Tie >de*: ss' tojvjjvr Sltt tbejs beliexv they are God's ; JoiV insurance tie Council: aaticrire* you to make to ... ..

j t sal tie wrk of jaistinj:. $a'ae cho; ........... for tie .'.t'..;... cif certa=:.,.. i!i each of tie ioilThe 02 .city hall with ;1 Grinds: \ :
'I the I Ii a rents. z.s b the nbe ::: % d
jsor who reram-e-i Fsia frontSw.nerlsnd .
is "Y'U a far as it rays: Thus, dxicr ariraes tie I to Sunday May e 1S1" -
ssvirg too: *$ nor. treasurer: was instructed totransfer a. =" ti-::=
; !i h lva it $**=* !at the ""wrs.n"t'ntt j German xsctory w tie w'Ar wtiFrassY Sv LS: frcm tie waterworks after tie revolatic-n t, tie and trains: will ran is !cTTs: tznt c, CIJ I

i "san"s st tie spa v arid wastes at tie i: t>?i-Tl and tie sabuent: !I:. -j :o tie bord fasd. Said amountto fAiidig staoesent: : truu...1.5. '"e:.: ,.iu q

2era,"" The re' \\sjuper oSofs of tiear.Xy ri>e of tie Prussian jv \rtr. farr.isied pay fs'r paving i:: front cf tie waterworks "Gennary will net an-if:-.. ke an G- Jedoatilk to Tampa. + tixe. .: t.tr.s2:: I

t (\' area s'xa'td'h };vYr'-.Yr: tie: jerms for: pn3e e.5.tr. and tieyScads b:. :i.st't so long: as as arrarrer. .-rnt t i ,; Xo. S-liu:.::: a-m. cf: fszfs a.u h?:Vs beet I ir

f U. ; road. cxtsi ig N'u- "t ,\n. : s=recd J..C: .bt s ""StiTt A peutic-r. sgre-i krre 'witi Raia seenis possiil-e. After J Xa. i_11:14 ;. =- = C.r.3 bee r

f r ->d d\ve for js;.CatK\!,., wry httef *io beVin :. brfiexe tie !V1- ;! her of cztirens was rresente-i.by a askinctiat ::=- c-'fi rsauc.n< w.ti in important per1sonage Xs. -F/c-ridiin"--:;: t- mJickjoarO 4) rrzs, :s' !
mf.f w is s sg
I whJA tax be pcidsie a d ra.-icif n:L'ltl' ii cioser. l".t r-yiny to be ties7 I aa cc.::vircec tiat Grriny + I I
=: .ilk cows be all-owed on tiestreets r. -e b'TIXa:
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, FRIDAY JUNE 22, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. CAGE. FIVE .

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WE ARE NEUTRAL. COLUMBIA COLLEGE GLEE CLUB LONG BP DG-r

, RED CROSS CAM- MAY COME AGAIN. -

i These days, pending the election on :Miss Miriam Adkins of*s I.ake t
But-
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: July 3rd, for or against the impounding This interesting bunch of boys have
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Bits of LocalInformation PAIGN IN BRAD- ler, visited her parents, 31k. and :Mrs
of cattle in Starke, the Telegraphis been touring the state during the J. E. Adkins, last Sunday. *
frequently requested to use its influence month of June and it has been learned i
Misses: Minnie and Myrtle' Yarborough
against impounding. The Telegraph that they can be secured on their return -I -

II cannot consistently advocate FORD CO BEGUN trip. As many have expressed :Mrs.,M.of H.Raiford"isitt..j Moody Saturdil their and sister Sun-, ,

either for or against, but its columnsare that: they would much like to hear day. ? f
for those who believe they them again, we have put in the call,
open
c..... 11'-1 Omr lagb. 2.rMm$ ...
Mr. and Mrs. !If1.. Prale and two
for side or full particulars of which will be ,
trryrw. fa aN c... '..4 r.... have good arguments one PUI>-
IL the other. Make your communicationsshort SPEECHES AT COURTHOUSE lished next week. children, Lois and Louie nd Misses 1
Gertrude, Loca, Anna :Mai and Mar-
and sign your names at the bot- They have improved their program,
L- H -I tom. MONDAY OPENED CAMPAIGN and should they come, will give their i'I guerite Anderson of Raifoi l, were the r'

CHILDREN'S DAY SERVICE AT concert on Monday night, July 2nd, at guests at the home of Mi* and Mrs.R. .
Water coolers at Stump's.M. Mr. N. T. Ritch had as recent visitors -
F. Merritt last Sunda ". rMr.
at his home Mr. John Ritch, of THE METHODIST CHURCH. COL. A. V LONG ORATOR OF THE the: school auditorium as before. It nei}
has been recently said that "college : Percy Kelly, of Brooker,
P. Matheny, of Brooker, was in Neal; Mr. Charlie Barber, of Mac- OCCASION-MET IN TOWNS the of attended Sunday school' at Long
boys cream our youth and
are ,
town Monday. clenny; T. J. Dekle and sons, Tom and A large audience gathered at the
Bridge afternoon.
OVER COUNTY THIS WEEK. that: they give an encouragement and Sunday
Romey, of Lake Butler; Mr. and Mrs. Methodist church last Sunday eveningto '
John Clemons, of Brooker, was in Robert Lockhart and little daughter, enjoy the program arranged for impulse to higher and better things Messrs. Charles Bloods- orth, Sin-
Dorothy, of Haines City. Children's wherever they go. clair Bryan, Lacy Cason, Ury Sapp, r
Day.
Monday.
town ( trained the children for Monday evening; opened the whirl- This is vacation time, and some are Fred Sapp, Looney Sapp j and Tison '
Mrs. Barr
wind campaign to raise in Bradford but we bespeak good Sapp, of Raiford. attended the debateat i
away a patronage -
The thistles Jerusalem oaks and entertainment and Miss
Geo. W. Burnsed, of Green Co\e this pretty ,
for the Red work.
county $5,000 Cross for them. will .
It rest us a "bit"from Long Bridge Saturday slight.Mr.
Springs, was in Starke Monday, visiting other noxious weed springing up over Myra Barr acted as organist for the
: A large and atentive audience
I very all the serious and trying thingswe and Mrs. Plummer Moore and
''t' relatives. town should be cut down. If they are occasion. The little people took their
gathered at the court house to listento are compelled to think about these Messrs. 0. T. G. E. L. Crews
allowed to go to seed they will crowd parts charmingly and reflected much and t;
11 the speeches on the subject that is of and will be wholesome.
days stress,
from the motored down to Apupla last week.
No. G66.will cure Malaria or Bilious out the valuable crabgrass credit OP Mrs. Barr's faithful work as hearts and hands-
. now engaging our
Fever. It kills the germs. fields and make the growing of oats manager. The church was suitably They will give a sacred concert on :Mrs. John demons ant daughter
namely the Red Cross organizationand
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free is their
Sunday evening as cus-
almost occasion and Miss Annie Belle in
impossible. decorated for the many were shopping j
its relation to our country's war tom where they spend the Sabbath.
of the children used United States Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. .
Prof. S. S. Dowling went to Troy, with Germany.In MRS. W. G. LAW.
. vacation Wash shirts. Sternberg's.The flags when rendering their parts. The I and Mrs. Jasper Tison wereshopping
Ala., Monday to spend a response to the President's proc- I ,_
there. exercises were opened by twenty-eight lamation designating June 18 to 25thas in Lake Butler Saturday af- i
two-story building just east of children and four young ladies marching THE YOUNG BRIDE'S FIRST DIS- ternoon. ;.\"
"Red Cross Week, the Starke and
Clarence Ware, son of Mr. and Mrs.E. C. S. Durling's office, has been torn in with banners and flags and Lawtey branches cf the American Red COVERY. Don't forget Sunday school every
dow Thre building was J. T. Quig- after afternoon at 2 O.lt the Long
has the singing an introductory song Sunday :
: L. Ware, joined army and Cross have bcui:: hard at work arrang-
is now on duty in Virginia. ley's, but the lot it stood on is J. M. which the program was as follows: ing and executing plans whereby this Their wedding tour had ended, and Bridge school house. Everybody come.
i; Truby's. The lease was out and Mr. Invocation by Rev. T. L. Z. Barr, county's allotment of $5,000 would be they entered their new home to settle The debate is progressing m et).

,. Joe Wainwright has been spending Quigley decided to move the building.It closing with a prayer chanted by the realized, and Monday evening's mass down to what they hoped to be one I We wish to thank the young folks for .. .

the past week in Jacksonville, visiting will be re-erected between the old children. meeting at the court house opened this long uninterrupted blissful honey- : the splendid help they ha*'e rendered
I' friends. school house and the Baptist church, Address by Mr. L. A. Davis, Sunday campaign in a very stirring manner. moon. and hope they will come tam.. Don't

on a lot owned by Mr. Quigley. school superintendent. Dr. Freeman, chairman of the Red But alas! the young bride's trou- forget the time. Every. Saturday

I Work shoes. Sternberg's. Reading, "This Come, the Children's Cross Branch of this city, presided ov- bles soon began, when she tried to reduce night at 7:30. i-

I Misses Ida and May Warren left Day"-Kate Young. I er the meeting and made some appro- the cost of living with cheap "big

Joe Carter, who belongs to the Flor- last Thursday for Oak Creek, Colo- Recitation, "The Beginners"Virginia priate remarks just prior to present- can" baking powders.She .

ida troops, spent the week-end herewith rado, where they will visit their sister, Weeks. ing Mayor Williams, who made a short soon discovered that all she got

his mother, Mrs. J. C. Carter. Mrs. Emmett.Freeman. We are gladto Address by a primary boy-David speech, and in a few well chosen words was a lot for her money, and it was

state that Mr. Freeman's health Mitchell. told of the war situation and of the not all baking powder, for the bulk of x

Miss Addie Baisden has returned has improved so much that he is now Chorus, "Flower Song"-Fifteen lit- work that has been planned for the it was cheap materials, which had no

home, after a' pleasant visit with her employed as ticket agent'for the rail- tle people. Red Cross to perform. leavening power. Such powders will
friends in Jacksonville.H. road at Oak Creek, Col. Address by a junior boy-LeRoy Mayor Williams introduced Mr. not always give the desired results.

Stewart. Long, who was greeted by rounds of And because of the absence of leaven- RY

Tomlinson and Quinn Touch- Lawn mowers. Song, "Of Such is the Kingdom of applause. It would be futile to attemptto ing gas, it requires from two or three

ston, of Lake Butler, had business in Stark Hardware Co. Heaven"-24 little people. reproduce this wholly impromptu times as much to raise cakes or bis-

Starke Monday. Cradle Roll Service, Nellie Mott, address from memory or attempt a cuits ,as it does of Calumet Baking ,'''d

Miss Clara DeLoach, of Gainesville, manager; Ruby Davis, Frances Colley, synopsis, but as this forceful speaker Powder. a

No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It who has been spending two weeks Maxine Young, Virginia Weeks, Lou- looked over his audience of fellow Thus, eventually, the actual cost to + 9oe

is the most speedy remedy we know. with friends and relatives in Starke, ise Stewart, Hazel Adkins, Wilda townsmen and friends there flowed you, of cheap baking powders, is more I

returned home Monday. Young, Ruth Gardiner, Julia Canova. from the depths of his patriotic hearta than Calumet would be. :&

Mrs. W. 0. Silcox and daughters, Joint Recitation, "Illness in the stream of patriotic utterances that Cheap baking powders often leave I

i Misses Rachel and Muriel, are visit- Messrs. N. Sternberg, Joe Wilson, Home"-Eugene Matthews. Lucile deeply impressed his hearers. He the bread bleached and acid, some-

ing her mother, Mrs. Celia Edwards.Mr. J. II. Ritch, Roberts and J. C. Moore, David Mitchell. touched on the horrors of war and of times yellow and alkaline, and often I A Remarkably% New ,
Robinson motored Thursday afternoonto Joint Recitation, "Wouldn't You the necessity of the Red Cross to stand unpalatable. They are not always of

A. H. Green went to Jackson- the dipping vat lately completedby Like to Be a Boy?"-Seven boys. behind the men who stand behind the' uniform strength and quality. Finish for Your Furniture

ville Monday to serve ,as juror in the Messrs. Humphreys & Yarborugh, Recitation, "Two Brothers" Cokeand guns. He spoke of our president's Now the bride buys Calumet-the Woodwork .
United States court. and witnessed the dipping of a large Orville Barr. patience, and our duty to work for our I perfectly wholesome baking powder,
herd of cattle.J. Solo, "How They Grow"-Louise country since honor demanded that moderate in price and always uniform the Lucas place VeUo-Tnne of staining Finijli,vanishing takes :I ;<,1I f.I

Mrs. Mabel Duncan and little son Andrews. the notion enter the world war in defense and reliable. Calumet keeps indefi- I and expensive hand. ng. In r 'f-

are in Springfield, Missouri, visiting F. Canova's residence is nearing Recitation, "It's Everybody Busi- of the principles of liberty for nitely, makes cooking easy, and is cer- I one application it prnluctt the J.I J
beautiful, soft, dull finish now in
, relatives. completion and will be ready for occu- ness"-Jimmie Lindsey. which the United States was the first tainly the most economical after all. I such demand. I "

!! pancy next week. The original struc- Joint Recitation, "Bible Messages" and chief exponent. Col. Long inspired I !

: Mrs. 0. J. Griffin and children are ture has a second story added to it -Vivirette Floyd and Katie Bell his audience to give and work for Error Hard to Eradicate. Lucas :

r spending the week with relatives In and has been extended in every direc- Green. the Red Cross, and asured them that Error, we are poetically assured,
VELVO-TONE FINISHFor i
Jacksonville and Fernandina. tion. The building as remodeled is of Reading, "Mother: Hearts"MissCleo "the most satisfactory and pleasing when wnundwl. rlthes in pain and undergoes f

I tasteful appearance, roomy and con- :Mitchell. emotion in life was a consciousness of au almost immediate demise, All Woodwork and Furniture i -.:

Rubber garden hose, three styles.. I II venient. Offering Song Children of th duty well performed. but in sober truthve know otherwise. Is easy to use a+rdcoslsvery little.

Starke Hardware Co. school. The crowd reluctantly dispersed- Error is like n decapitated snapping Use it to make all jour woodwork

Screen wire, all sizes. Starke Hard- Offering Speoch-Will ur Scott, after -, each man and woman feeling better turtle that continuo to bung on for and finish.furniture new and handsomein "j 4

Judge J. T. Wills, of Gainesville, I I ware Co. which a collection was taken bj fitted for the struggle. unconscionable lengths of time after it &
.. QUIGLEY LUMBER
:
Maxine Frances Harriet
Young, Colley,
spent Sunday here with Mrs. Wills, "Then conquer we must, for our cause ought to recognize the nnture of the I CTll'AN'Y'
who is visiting her mother. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fling, who Rit<:,.h and Lucile Moore. I it is just; situation and die. SUPPLY

spent last winter with Dr. and Mrs.E. "Outside the Garden"-LeRoy Stew,, And this be our motto-'In God is STARKE, FLO1IDA.

Mrs. J. C. Mills had the misfortuneto T. Campbell, write from their home, art, Katie Belle Green, Louise Andrews .. our trust'- You get al the important national, ti

sustain a stroke of paralysis last : Minot, N. D., that they have sold their Kate Young, Nellie Mott, Vivi' And the star spangled banner in triumph state, county news in the Telegraph. --------

Friday. She is slowly improving. : property there and will come to Flor- r.ette Floyd, Allie May Green and th.. shall wave l-, __ :
ida in the fall to become children of the primary department. i
permanent ;: -
O'er the land of the free and the home
"Secret Sins" was the theme of an residents here. They have a farm already Doxology. of the brave." r. ---- (1-H

eloquent and earnest discourse by selected near Starke, which they .
Rev W. G. Law at the Baptist church will probably buy. IN HONOR OF MISS MATTHEWSAND I i

Sunday evening.Go MISS IGOU. LEMONS MAKE SKIN If you want the ii
I IN MEMORIAM. i. .

to Stump's for bathing suits. I WHITE, SOFT AND CLEAR ;
Mrs. James Mitchell entertainedvery :
James Green was born March 1, after- Highest Quality'Printing
charmingly on Thursday ;
Mr. Geo. R. Lowns who has been
visiting Mrs. 'M. A. Baisden, and fam- 1848 and died June 6, 1917. He was noon, from four to six, at her home on Make This Beauty Lotion For
sixty-nine years old when he died. He West Madison street, in complimentto iw
ily for the past month, has returned to A Few Cents and See For
united with the Baptist church whena Miss Jeannette Matthews and Miss
his home in New York
City. i
young man and lived a Christianlife. Willie Igou, of Eustis, Miss Igou being Yourself. F i

Miss Matthews attractive house
Nelson Green of Mr. and Mrs.
son -
His wife died 31 years ago and left guest for the week. *
A. H. Green, was thrown from a mule What girl or woman hasn't heard of
him with six children five and
last Sunday morning and was consid- girls The punch bowl was placed on the lemon : '
one boy, and he succeeded in raising and juice to remove complexion at Least Cost
vine covered veranda, presided ov-
bruised stunned.
erably and blemishes; to whiten the skin and to
them all, educated them and lived to The
see them all married. He leaves 22 er by Mrs. Nelle Hughes. dining bring out the roses, the freshness and
Mrs. S. T. Dell and little S. T. room and living room were artistically
son, grand children and six children and the hidden beauty? But lemon juice try us.
Jr., of Gainesville, spent the weekendat three sisters to mourn his loss. decorated with' sunflowers and nastur- alone is acid, therefore irritating, and ,

the home of her father, Col. W. T. He was buried by the side of his tiums, and in these rooms the guests should be mixed with orchard white 11rfcmja.
Weeks. were entertained with 500, the score
i wife in the Lime Hall cemetery, near this way. Strain through a fine cloth
cards being beautifully hand painted. We print Any thing from a ;
I Godard church Clay the juice of two fresh lemons into a ..
Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptic, Anodyne Baptist Mrs. Ella Kate Stuck made top score bottle three *
about
untY'1 containing ounces
The funeral services were I Visiting card to a Catalogue ; $
-Kills pain, stops putrefaction.Dr. by Rev. L. W. Kickliter at the for the afternoon. of orchard white, then shake well and

in the presence of a large crowd of Miss Igou was charming in white you have a whole quarter pint of skin .
and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson motored sympathizing relatives and friendson crepe de chine and taffeta with white and complexion lotion at about the ,

over to Lake Butler yesterday. Mrs. June 7th.ENTERTAINMENT. lace hat. :Miss Matthews was gown- cost one usually pays for a small jar The

Tomlinson will spend several days visiting ed in white Georgette crepe, hand em- of ordinary cold cream. Be sure to

her friend, Mrs. Seeber King. AT HAMPTON broidered, with large picture hat. The strain the lemon juice so no pulp gets

TONIGHT. hostess, :'Ilrs.Iitchell, wore embroid- into the bottle, then this lotion will remain Bradford County TelegraphStarke ,

's4dcunjg saazaajj weave awl ered voile. pure and fresh for months. When I

At the close of the afternoon, Mrs. applied daily to the face, neck, arms, Fla.
Our potato vine men, N. B. Hull, C. Tonight, Friday, June 22, at 8 o'clockthe :Mitchell assisted by little Misses Ruby and hands it should help to bleach, ,

S. Durling and W. C. Waters have people of Hampton will have an Davis and Lucile :Mitchell, :MesdamesElla clear, smoothen and beautify the skin. .

more orders than they can fill. Most opportunity of attending an entertain- Kate Stuck and W. H. Graham, Any druggist will supply three ounces 'J.J

cf the orders come from other states. ment that will be pleasing to both served a very tempting ice course. of orchard white at very little cost .
young and old, for the vary small ad- lemons. .0-
The fortunate guests were Misses and the grocer has the ((99))
mission of 15 and 25 cents. i
Dr. J. P. Tomlinson who recently
Willie Igou, of Eustis, Jeannette Matthews I r
The will be the --- --
concert given at
bought a large tract of land southeastof Florence :Matthews, Margaret I
town hall by some of Starke's best LASS IF IE .
Starke has lost time getting it
no Hamrick. Neva Turner, Carrie Darby, NOTICEAll
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talent and will consist of a short play,
under cultivation. He has fine
cropsof Canova Gladys
:Mabel Darby, Anna ,
I I and V
acting readings popular ADVERTISINGFOR
songs
corn, cotton, pinders, etr.Ien's music. Prescott, Hilda Lewis, Marie Living- I

I suits. Sternberg's.Persons More seats will be put in the hallSo ston, Minnie Bessent, Mesdames W. SALE-Three horses. Geo. A. members of the Christian Church of Bradford
H. Graham, Ella Kate Stuck, Nelle
that a large crowd can be accom- Leslie Turner, of Gardiner, Starke. 6-15-tf. urged to attend t
r modated. Come out and have a good Hughes, S. L. Peek, County are a if

sending remittances to the time and see an entertainment that Jacksonville, and Miss Eva Powell. FOR SALE-Rose No. 4 seed Irish potatoes -

Telegraph in the shape of post office will surprise you. Just see the "Walla Sl.CO per bushel. D. W. GET TOGETHER DAYJat
orders will make them
money please Girls." BAPTIST CHURCH. :Moore, Theressa, Fla. 5-25-tf.

payable"to This the "Bradford County will Tel-be STARKE on the Fourth Sunday in June. All will
egraph. arrangement REV. McGUIRE'S APPOINTMENTS.Rev. LOST-Sow with 6 heaa Jersey pigs.
more convenient for us. Good services last Sunday. One re- Sow black with white face, swallow meet at the First Christian Church at Bible'Schooland :

McGuire has accepted the cal ceived by letter at the morning hour. fork and underbit in each ear. Re- will leave for the Lake at 11 a. m. Dinner will
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and chil- I The final report of the efficiency com- ward by 0. C. Cason, Starke.
from the Christian church at Sampson
dren returned Sunday.from an extensive and preached there from last- mittee was made at the close of the be served on the grounds. All are urged ta bring

auto trip through Georgia and City evening service. It was a fine report FOR SALE-One 1917 6 cylinder 5 !
Wednesday night until Sunday night. full baskets and do not want to be but
we selfish,
West Florida. The journey was made. and indicates finances on a good basis. passenger Overland. Good as new, f
successful three
for business and pleasure combined.. These new members meetings were were added and, there There will be the regular services driven 3,000 miles. Car and equip- all Christians, citizens and strangers are invited.
next Sunday morning and evening as ment forth $1,100. Will sell for
was baptism Sunday. He preached at Communion will be served at Lake at 12 m.i; The
The showers that have fallen this Starke Monday and Tuesday nights usual. We are expecting something a $850 cash. Dr. S. E. Driskell, Rai- ,

week over the Starke section have' and at Graham Wednesday night. Mr little special on is Sunday evening.The invited. to ford, Fla. 6-8-4t. Pastor, Rev. W. F. LaRowe, will preach at 1:30 a.

saved all the growing as the McGuire will series of meet- public cordially
crops begin
a all these services. FOR SALE-20-acre farm three miles m. Do not miss the chance to meet all your old
drouth began to tell on all plant life, ings at Long Bridge Wednesday
northeast of Starke east of Humphre's -
and the wild pastures have also been night, June 27th. Everybody urged to W. G. LAW, still A., Selen's farm. friends. All are welcome. j ::
joins
rejuvenated. In other portions of the attend. Pastor. l
rains have been Four room house, barns, wagon shed
county more frequent.Get
cow shed, good water, enclosed with COME COME
To Cure a Cold la One Day
AUTO TIRE LOST hog wire fencing. Make me an of- COMEJ
you a safety deposit box in a Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the
fireproof vault for your papers and Cough and Headache and work. off the Cold. Between Camphor Farm and Starke. fer. F. E. Aldrich, 336 West Adams
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. street Jacksonville Fla. 6-22-2t
Reward for same by D. Boree. ,
valuables at the Bradford County Bank E. W. GROVE'S Signature on each box. 25c. .



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9A0 00004i0 U00000 SICK HOGS You can promote all food produc- LAKE LEADS STATE FOR IMAY -

f 0 bG ST. JOHNS COUNTY POTATO CROPS tion activities with confidence. Thereis IN CATTLE DIPkED _ji
risk of production. Prices
COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS no excess ,
Act Quickly When Hog Cholera Is '
( Suspected.Don't to be fixed by the general government, Nearly 200 More Than Next '-*
00 J000Ofv00'J0400 will be There will be no Nearest
: BROUGHT MORE THAN generous. in
, $5,000,000 speculation in foodstuffs. Storage and County Engaged Work. ;it I

'r 1 :' Pasco County-A considerable acreage take a chance with a sick hog. distribution will be Dandled by the _____ I,

l. io yet to be planted velvet beans Act quickly. Get a veterinarian or a I Federal government.A Under the direction of Dr. \\' : G. 1

';I and svreet potatoes this season. trained man immediately. Don't waita This is More Than Double the Total Receipts of Any Previous vital factor of the promotion of I Blake, Lake county dipped more tat. i

I. single hour when you suspect diseasein food supply by women is the elimination i tie during May than any other co.b1ty: rf
Season-Some Interesting Figures Showing Total Num-
j :- Holmes County-A sweet potato your herd. Use the telephone or of waste of time and effort in in Florida, according to the official:;'re- if

t. curing house has been built at Noma send to town at once. Only prompt ber of Acres, the Yield: costs and Profits of the Grow- their daily home occupations. It is port of Dr. E. M. Nighbert, inspector '{

;: and an effort is being made to get several action will stop hog cholera losses. our duty to put our time, as well ae in charge for Florida. Dipped cattle ,

I c. built near Bonifay. Every hog saved will help win the ers-Many Farmers Planning Increased Acreages. our natural resources to its best are taking on weIght splendidly. !j-on- "'a

war.This -- fullest use. Take stock of your time roe County has passed through the ,:

is the message of tremendous ST. AUGUSTINE, June 17.-A casual preliminary stages and now has e.-ery ;-:

.. ;_,' greatly Gadsden% interested County-The in the cultivation farmers are of importance which the United States review of the results obtained by ;j FOOD CONSERVATION now.Also take stock of your resources. head of cattle free of tick, but there

rice this of them have department of agriculture is carryingto the farmers of St. Johns county from What is your "bit" to be? Will you are only 58 head of cattle in that ef un-

planted corn year.to follow Many the oats farmers, not only in the great hog. the Irish potato crop, now that all of j i Never before have the people of this promote boys' and girls' clubs or cultivate ty, most of it being an island largely "

, crop. belt included in Iowa, Missouri and Illinois i' the; crop has been marketed and tola! 'country been confronted with the absolute a garden or put up a dozen taken by by the city of Key West

and nearby states, which pro receipts obtained reveals some inter- necessity of handling on a life glasses of jelly or dry five pounds of ""

,. Manatee County-Quite a number duce 31 per cent of the hog output of E'Stlfigures, foremost among whichis 1! and death basis the vast and supposedly vegetables or raise; fifty chickens. Decide DIPPING VAT AT ALFALFA.
'
: farmers will grow rice this year. July the United States, but also to farmersof the fret that more than $5,:>00,000 | inexhaustible natural of what you can do. And begin -
10th seems to be about the best time the South, where in several statesin were obtained from the sale of pota- their resources NOW. Messrs.

: fcr planting the crop here. i 1J16 hog losses due to cholera rose toes grown in St. Johns county during i country. This is a time for complete cooperation of the Alfalfa Humphrey settlement& Yam orc2.gh; ,
j First and foremost these northeast
times the among natural of
to two to three losses -
average the three months. This U i ,
past more among women without regardto Starke, have
for the losses in 1916 resources, as they directly affect completed a dipping'vat;
country. Hog
St. Lucie County-Quite an interest than 'ouble the: total leceipts of .m race, color, religion
) '' or politics. i I for cattle at the latter's
the people, is the food supply. place, a l little
-1 is being taken in pork production and by disease rose to 130 per 1,000 in Arkansas p: ious season The vital thing of the moment in : east of Humphrey's still.
Never before has America faced Last leek
a number of registered hogs have been 105 in Louisiana, 100 in Florida I A brief detail of the crop just har- food production is to get started in I'' hundred cattle
the responsibility of food a were dipped, as ell
80 in Georgia, 76 in Tennessee, supplying ::
vested will be of interest the I time and
placed with farmers in the county. I to general on a sound basis. I
I as
I for its and fighting many hogs. The dipping rids jat-
own people men, I
70 in Alabama and 65 Mississippi,
of which the
public, followingare Begin work NOW and
it
begin
tle
of ticks
I and hogs of
I and also for the nations whose side I
against an average of 48 per 1,000 for the essential features and the fig- by RIGHT. f fA l-arasjtes,
} Jackson County-Everyone is fall i the entire country. At least 90 percent I we are fighting. We must share ivith though two or three dip pings at intervals

.' ing in with the methods of diversified I of these losses were attributed toe ures can be relied upon as very nearly our allies to the last crust. ,,._. ,. ( ,., I of twenty days, are requireto: i
accurate: "! '!' '!' i!> 'y 'i' 'i 'J. !' kill
: farming the farmers all the ticks the
even negro ar hog cholera. The responsibility does not dependion I on animals.
:.|tj fast getting away from the one-crop The time for argument about anti- Total number of acres planted, 12,- i peace or war. If peace were declared ;. Saturday, June 20th, there will j>e a 1

J '= methods. hog cholera serum is past, declare the 000.Total in barrels l I tomorrow, the conditions wouldbe ,., HELP OUR FLORIDA SOLDIER !- big day at the vat, as many "bunches'
H i; specialists of the Bureau of Animal I yield 750,000. I the same. Famine treatens a large BOYS NOW. <*> of cattle will then be dipped and Dr.
Highest price obtained barrel, ; per <>
A.
; Calhoun County-The south end of Industry, United States department $10. I part of the world. America's responsibility !' The C. Ste\er, a government expert,
this county which has never been cut. of agriculture. Explicit figures are it just the same. We must feed I ,4' ; members of the W. C. T. 4' will be present to superintend; the .
obtained barrel
Average U.
: tivated extensively is growing some readily available which prove unmis- price per ourselves and our allies till normal of Starke are making and <$- I work and explain. the worLimre__n__ ftu nt- t V*ha. a
$7.50.
r
conditions return. equipping comfort bags that are '* process. It is hoped that all whojown;
excellent crops this year..Many of the takably that, when administered in
!'
Average yield per acre, sixty bar necessity to '
a soldiers.
old orange groves are being plantedto time by competent persons, hog chol- Food conservation is therefore a !, our Hundreds 4' cattle will be present. Cattle wjji be

corn and velvet beans. era serum will keep well hogs from I rels.Total cost acre for production I duty which every citizen owes to the ,.. of Florida boys are now in per training and
many more will '! barely the cost of the
dictate of troublfland
taking the disease. Not argument but country-a patriotism pays
I $100. i be
soon drafted into
which in the words of the President service. '! the chemicals used. All who
Seminole quick action is imperative to get ser- ownattie
!'
in this Average total receipts
County-Farmers
acre, Surely
per
county have had the needed um and a trained operator to the farm $4oO. I "no one can now expect ever to be excused .. every woman and girl 4, should have them dipped for yt.mile
Bradford
cooperation county would like to treat the hogs. Hogs will be saved or forgiven for ignoring." .. to dipping will free.the cattle tf'm.'llrity _
from the banks for buying and Average profit per acre, $350. "lend hand"
a during these <
the nation's Half of this responsibility lies with ? from ticks, if they are allowffi to
and meat supply increased J
distributing! tin cans. Cans have been Dates of planting from Dec- heart-breaking ,.
crop and
days this
the of the nation. We appeal prow and multiply on other ciitle :,
if women
every farmer will immediatelycall can help !
bought in lots of five thousand and ember 25 to February 1. is to all net A,
in the nearest available to increase production. We dry, similarly engaged they cannot be exterminated. T
expert to can ;ere w
of
distributed to the farmers at four Dates harvesting crop from April to contribute *
and food a part or all < is now a to rid all cattle of
cents whatever treatment is necessary. Crop of Corn I can largely control household waste. ;:!. a bag or to send any <*, devitalizing parasites and they ffj-i uld
The department of agriculture is We can set the example of intelligent amount of money to help do so. $ be destroyed. f
8u\Vanne<: Count}-The county mel- that all In addition to the enormous amountof I We lives to !> A picture with full instructions <*
urging state, county and local economy. can adjust our .
obtained from the !' .
money potato will be ;
mailed
on growers' association have any one wishing 4
perfected the Federation
live stock interests pledge
including state : ;
plans for their this crop and the excellent profits obtained I. ; to make bags. Total cost of 4 -.
marketing
crop veterinarians, live stock boards, state "I will use only those amounts of bag
year. They will employ a sales agent college workers, county agents and local the farmers now have in the same + foot! required for adequate nourish "4., about 80 cents. 4' The Beauty Secret .,
fields :
who will a most profitable secondary crop j Contents of each ;
handle 4
I the entire crop and veterinarians, begin immediatelyto ment. I will endeavor to control the ';:, bag will be as jv& "
in It is
corn. estimated that ten thou- follows ,
I every grower is under contract to give organize anti-hog cholera preparedness sand of waste in all kinds of materials in the ,;.., : the
acres above mentioned
thi: anent :SOP; charge of all melons! Two sizes of black and white $
: to reach farmerin household and to live I will
campaigns simply.
every y 3 charm jyod
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twelve a
i 1 grown. The boy's pig clubs are doingmore thousand acres is now in corn, NOW" buttons 4, I' .
Such begin
to encourage better hogs in the already every exists county.in organization which already gives promise of mak- 1 spool of patent thread. Where
;t county than all other agencies com it does not there is many need places.of special and : the ing a corn fine crop yield will and bring it is assured the that The no mere work that pastime confronts of the us summer womenis .i', 1,spool of white thread No. 24. <* y l 111 they do not wish otjiers
1 bined. -
growers spool black thread
immediate action before the hot fancy prices in the fall. Upwards-of months. It will be a long and hard ", 1 spool white No. 24. <* (if know a beau ,fier .

weather conditions, favorable to hog one hundred acres of these fields will struggle. Haphazard methods and .' 1 spool black darning cotton. darning < '
Jackson County-One of the demonstration cholera, come on. spasmodic efforts will not do. The cotton.
be >
planted to fall potatoes.To 1 pair small blunt f > buy a bottle of l
scissors.
<*' lor
plots of peanuts that is showing Bankers and other business men can Increase Acreage work must be intelligent and persis- 1

up in good shape was handled in aid in the work of informing farmers Most of those who grew potatoes I I tent. It must be done both through individual 1 package Testament court plaster. <* I BalhiLIQUID '
this way: The land was well prepared where they effort and : Magnolia :
can get expert help immediately last season will increase their acreage through co-opera- 1 White Ribbon ,* ,
one ton of lime was used per acre, when they suspect cholerain for next season and already adjacentland tion with established agencies. L Six needles No. 5.Songster. FACE POWDER ] .
the field was planted on the level an, their herds. Lists of accredited is being cleAred and will be Food conservation has to do with ? I 11
gotten and
Six I
coarse darning needles. ** use according to simple direction Iniove-
is being cultivated with a weeder at an persons competent to diagnose cholera ready before planting time. This productioy, storage, transportation, Six went is noticed at once. Soothing coohrt and ,
f expense of three and a half cents per and administer serum, together will 'mean more than one thousand distribution and use. More food must 1 safety pins.
acre for labor. Practically all of the with their addresses and telephone acres added to the old farms. be produced, and the supply must be ,.' piece narrow tape. <*> Pint WIti/... RottRtJSample 1i
oats land will be followed with 1 pin ball filled with pins. r plantings numbers, should be furnished to each The above statistics cover practically conserved by proper handling. Every f-J
t of peas, peanuts and sweet pota ..1 farmer in the county, with the appeal I all of the potato belt of St. Johns- product must be put to its best and. 1 1 small small roll roll of of absorbing clean cotton ,?' (either color) for 2c. Staf ,. .

toes. that he call for help at once in case of county, of which Hastings is headquarters I fullest use. '!, bandages, 2 inches wide muslin for (0' Lyon Mff Co.. 40 South Fifth St..Broakly :N.Y. r
3
Q
yards
need. Business men may also arrange and the recognized leading Food production in general is the in length.

Duval County-The farmers are through the local veterinary authorities section of the potato belt, which also special problem of the conservation '! These be

thoroughly aroused to the necessity of or county agents to buy serum at includes Elkton, Spuds, Tocoi, Arm department. As considered by the !. drug store.may bought at the A.'

f-.' planting! more food crops. P. H. Rivers the nearest state serum plant, private strong, Byrd, Orange Mills and other conservation department, this problem 0 A good motherly *>. 1

,- says lIe will plant one thousand acres plant or serum depot, and hold it places, all of which are recognized i includes all phases of food production 0i Boys, look for this letter. ce li.

4- of a'veet potatoes; the president of I in reserve for emergency use. State shipping points. I i and all kinds of food products-crops '! first. *

ore cf the banks will plant fifty acres. I and Federal animal industry authorities The unprecedented potato crop just'I of all kinds, meat and dairy products, 4 MRS. A.-H. FREEMAN V> .

Sweet potatoes, corn, velvet beans and should be notified at once by tele- harvested and sold has created no end :I poultry and fish. "' MRS. W. M. TURNER ,
I 0
California black-eyed peas are the gram of any outbreak. of interest in this agricultural indus- It also includes the proper handlingof 4 Committee ,
crops that will predominate here this Because a single outbreak of hog try. The former the soil, of the water suplpy, of ,; Starke in Charge. <3> "
growers are going i in Fla.
Figs and cholera on farm is matter of irrigation and the <> ESPECIAILL
year. poultry are receivingmore any a for larger acreage and scores of newcomers drainage, preservat 1

attention than ever. moment to the entire community, and are buying up lands in whichis tion of forests on the watersheds. The special hog cholera paster-"Stop Hog transportation and distribution of food |_
comparatively sections
new and 'I FOR <
I ily spread in many ways, the depart these latest products has to do with roadseveryroad YOUR STI ITEFREEb.
St. Johns converts the the profitable Check That
County-Eighty percentof b Cold Quick.As .
ment of
is
agriculture the in
urging far business will by-ways every little com- l-
the bring under cultivation
potato crop in the Hastings district mers to employ every possible measure thousands of munity as well as the main highwaysand every cough or sneeze distrib-
additional
was sold by May 12,150 carloaJs to keep the disease out of their above noted. acres to those railroads. Time, energy and prod- utes millions of germs, we only needa '

a day having been shipped out at good herds. The department has issued a ucts are wasted without adequate railroad draft, chill or fatigue to lower the ,
prices. No. 1's were selling the In fact, the enormous sale of lands body's .
on special hog cholera yoster-"Stop Hog and highway transportation fa- resistance and start a cold. At tOUR
track at $10.25 a barrel. Nearly two Cholera Losses"-which gives specific in the west and northwest sections of cilities. the first sign, take Dr. Bell's Pine Tar

million dollars have been deposited i in directions for avoiding infection b y the county has practically brought the Five deplrtments-Conser\'ation, Honey and don't let a summer cold 1;: INSTRUCTIVE

the Hastings bank by the local grow sanitary and self quarantine measures county commissioners face to face civics, home economics; education and become deep seated. The pleasant CATALOGUE ANDWEEKLY'

ers. From present prospects nearly -also directions for the isolation and with a positive demand for additional legislation are directly concerned with balsam qualities in Dr. Bell's Pine Tar -

twenty-five thousand bushels of corn treatment of cholera-infected hogs and hard surfaced roads,in order to bring the handling of food products. Honey cut the phlegm, relieves congestion >
will be shipped out of this county this directions these new lands into close communication and
for disinfection allays -J
and restock Co-operation with existing federal : inflammation. Chit PRICE LIST :
fall. The First National Bank of St. with St. Augustine and also dren
rail- like
it
ing the hog lot. Farmers' Bulletin and state machinery as well as indiv- used with success by dif '
Augustine in the has offered to let any farmer 834, soon to be published, contains the road transportation. idual initiative must be a feature of ferent singers and public speakers. 25c SEND FOR 1J

county have the necessary latest information at the command of this work. Under the at your druggist.
co-operative
ag- ((3) THEM '
funds with which to increase the acreage the United States department of agriculture SAVE WINTER OATS FOR SEED. ricultural extension act, state agricul- TODAY. (
of food
is the stuffs. An individual note concerning hog cholera prevention tural colleges in connection with the Piles Cured In o to 14 Days ==.l=

only security required. and the immunization of hogs WASHINGTON, D. C., June 20.- federal department of agriculture give OINTME Vocr druggist will refund money If PAZO WSfflMHy :
!: fills
against the disease. Farmers in the to Rte anvcase of Itching
South who have win- practical instruction by trained men Blind.Bleeding Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days
.Dade County-Four modern plants ter oats of good quality are urged to .and women in agriculture and home The first explication. rives Ease and Rest Sue JACKSONVILLE. \. .

for converting ripe tomatoes into catsup BUILD A STORAGE HOUSE. save them for,seed rather than to feed economics to persons in the home and fL.7 ...

and soup pulp are in full swing The acreage them. This crop winter killed very on the farm. r -
I and the waste that has characterized sweet potato has been generally over the South last winter, The national defense will create in

I previous years has been almost en greatly increased in Florida in line and specialists of the United States f each state a state council of safety. 1
with
the
national
tirely eliminated. Home canners are demand for a great department of agriculture says the indications In connection with this state council

now in general use and great quantities er reasonable production to of food crops. It is not I: are that the seed supply will there will be created a division of food TEAM WORK I

of food stuffs are being preserved. suppose that all of the he very short. Many bounties in the production and conservation. All state

4! Velvet beans, navy beans, cowpeas soy sweet be potatoes produced in the state Southeastern States will have to pur- I organizations working for food conServation -
can eaten in
short
1 beans and corn are being put in all over a time nor thatall chase all their seed from other locald : will be represented in this

; the county. One 100-ton concrete can find a ready market at goo ities, and those favored sections where | dhision. County and municipal councils .

'- silo is nearing,completion. One farm prices. To that save them for food it i is a partial or full crop was produced will be created along this same WINSPulling

tractor .was ordered: this week. One and necessary stored. they be properly. cured should save every available bushel to i line. All relief and welfare activities I

l farmer has ordered 100 grade iuroc- The meet this demand. Farmers are urg- J I will be co-ordinated by the federal, i
i Jersey sows and five registered boars. the most practicable means of storing ed to feed corn or other grain to work I state and municipal governments.
Our herds also sweet potatoes is in a building stock or to purchase I Encourage and
dairy are northerngrownspring
increasing promote in
community single harness
erected is hard
and fitted for the a
job but team
purpose saysA. oats for I
rapidly. feeding in order to gardening. Every community should ,
P. Spencer, of the work lightens the
University of heaviest
save the winter oats for sowing. i raise as much of its own food supplyi load.
Florida
extension division. To
PEANUTS BRINGING FARMERS build Because of the scarcity of winter i the condition will permit; to what
RETURNS; PLANT MANY ACRES knowledge.such a house The requires money and I oats of good quality those who have I extent exactly it adds to the national / This bank is the team mate of its customers. It
should be
raised in the community money to be served them are quite sure to profit by saving resources. Do not experiment. Plant cares for their savings, pays them interest on their

Escambia county has come to the and the knowledge gained from persons them for seed rather than feeding crops that are known to do well in deposits, and does its share in lightening the loads of

fore this season with more acres in who have had some experiencewith them. Farmers who do not know your locality. Raise: a just proportionof life.
: where they can sell seed products that may be canned dried _
peanuts planted than ever before. C. the process of properly curing of oats should ,
A. Fulford, farm demonstration potatoes. communicate with their county agent and stored.
agent
: for Escambia county, says that the With everything pointing to a long the director of their state experiment Endeavor to make use of all the Open an account with us and let's pull together.

farmers station, or R. A. Oakley, chairman available soil, even that along the high ,
are taking the advice of the war, it is likely that curing and stor- .
i Committee on Seed Stocks U. S. ways and railroads. Be sure that the
agents of the government now and are I ing houses will be needed for several De-
profiting from the large acreage planted years. In that time, the profits from partment of Agriculture Washington, food products include those suitable to BANK OF
D. C. Present dry, and STARKESTATE
indications i can store.In
t in peanuts and other plants of this handling potatoes will pay for the are that
t l" there will be a ready market addition to local
1 variety. houses and they can be used to advantage for all your agenciesof
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' Crops of peanuts can be planted as in succeeding years. good seed of this crop this year. instruction and information in gar- COUNTY
i dening the AND CITY
'.1 1- late as July 1, and the good prices for If there is no storage house in your Garden, National Emergency Food

'J the nuts are insured almost beyond a vicinity now is the,time to begin the Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe Commission, American Forestry DEPOSITORY .

,\ doubt. Many farmers are expected to agitation necessary to secure one. The Old standard general trengthenint took. Association, Washington, D. C.,

t. put in many acres of peanuts for fall { extension division is ready to help GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC,drive oir will supply you with full directions STARKE FLA :
I for the
Malariasearkheatheblood.t
.'1 crops. with information and plans. I i.">. Atnietocic. Fcr., uJtiaixJehiMtex)traildi ap the IT JOe* dens. planting and care of home gar

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FRIDAY JUNE 22, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN .}



tr NOTICE. DESCRIPTION OF LAND Sea Twp. n.e. Ann Owner Taxes I DESCRIPTION OF LAND Sea Twp Rge. Acres Owner T.. .. if'I
is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at public auction on S. Eo COlts. S. E. 6IMtI.
:DIOtite MONDAY IN JULY 1917. being the 2nd day of laid month before the W 2 A of of of ''- 1'
of W
n-t County Stta thereof' necessary W'g? NWy4 SEy4 run 382 ft, thence Southeasterly J
1 fitarke. in Bradford of Florida, or so much will be to NE'4 ________:___________26 5 22 2 A. T. Paul __________ 1.42 t oa point 225 ftV of section line ';
K fr for taxes herein set oppoeite the same together with the cost of such sale
due ,
Com at SW of and E S
cor SE4 run on on line of SEU! of NEU. thence
gSS&a* section line 410 It to a point of beg southeasterly 660 ft to a point 120 .f
L thence N 660 ft. E 198 It. S 660 ft, J ft from said section line, thence E
; -l' DESCRIPTION OF LAND See. Twp. Bge. Acre Owner Taxes A W 198 It to ____________ t
8. E. beg .26 6 22 3 Jas. W. Williams ___ 4 70 120 ft to said section line thence N f"
I Costa. SW44 of SW4 of NE'4 and NW4 on section line to beg -----------27 6 22 12 Polly A. Drew ____ &8.02
:"! Sot of NW4 of SW1 and S} of of NW4 of SE'4 and SE14 01 SE}{ Com at NE cor of WU of NWU of 2
Ay fy, lying Sand W of R R ____ --36 4 18 40 Mrs. Ida Anderson_) 6.42 ot NWt4 and NE;. of NE'4 of S SEU of NEU and run W 200 ft to

.y > S12 of 1oo'W% of SW'4 and S?1 of Wt4 ---____________- 5 22 40 Mrs. Virginia Futch_ 8.07 a point of beg, thence S 245 ft. W J f
J i t.AlS...." IJinlf Nand E of R R __36 4 18 60 D. L. Ward -- 7.86 Eft1 of NE4 of SE'4 _________27 5 22 20 1. L. Sapp Jr. _____ 7.11 109 ft, N 245 ft, E 109 ft to point ;

r I of Sand W'4 SE4W% _81 4 19 ;0' C. J.f Haney-== 7.55 Lot 33 in Woodlawl1 -______________29 5 22 10 Unknown ____ 1.81 of beg _.-----_-._.--...-.---__28 6 22! Geneva Towns ______ J 5.01
81Iit aDd Hof !.. and ___31 4 21 560 __ 46.08 Nih of lot 22 fn Woodlawn ______29 5 f2 6 E. C Johns _____ 1.81 1 lot 105 ft N and S by 420 ft E and ;
j-' NEl. _________;__.. gY5 4 22 40 Nero Rawls ___ 425 Lot 11 in Woodlawn ---_______29 6 22 10 Unknown _____ 3.29 W in SW eor of NW}. of SEU and 2
} \- I :1i NE'4 and SI" of NW14 and Lots 4 and 13 in Woodlawn ______30 5 22 20 D. B. Johns _______ 4.'a 1 A 105 ft N and S by 420 ft E and J 1

.1.. _______________.36 4 22 45C 1011'1I1| Carrie B. Starling Lot 5 in' Woodlawn ___________32 Ii 2l 10 Unknown ______ .: Ui Win NW eor of SWU of SEU ___28 6 22 2 Mrs R. S. Fernandez 4.87
41 61.2 Eg of NW4 of SW4 --_-________35 f '2 20 M. Thompki11ll ____ :.11 >2 A bounded S and E by Pine st. t
1 Ii 18 20 Mrs. Ida Anderson 3.29 Lots 14 and 17 in Peet&ville ________35 !
: t',------------- 6 22 5 Anthony Moore ____ 3.H W by S. A. Bryan and N by Mrs i :
. .I of SW __14 5 18 120 M. J: Nettles 11.80 Lots 15 and 2:: in Peetsville _________35 5 22 13 Isaac Miles __________ :.81 L. A. Miller in Starke -_--_____C8 6 22 R. S. Fernandez ____ ;2.74 (.
r ..- iW of NW" ______......ld 5 18 40 Phillip Nettles ___ 4.24 Lots 18 and 20 in Peetsvilie _______....35 5 F2 13 Wm. Strong ______ t 4:: Com at SE eor of SWU of SW% and e
:i": Of SE _____________ __15 Ii 18 80 M. H. Nettles 8.01 SEof NE4 of NEWS __________36 5 22 10 H Warne, Jr. _____ :: 14 run W 795 ft N 315 ft. NE 608 ft. \
'. A NEU and W% of NBU anduff .1 ."*." *I if'' -.. .*.. NEy4 01 NEy4 01 NWy4 ____________36 5 22 10 Jeff Surtain thence E 174 ft S 902 ft to point of .
t' "", y1 II NWU, and N 26 2-S A of SW% v .. '1f --------SW of SEy4 and EIh of SWy4 _____ 3 6 18 120 W. C. Allen _____._ lUO beg-Also certain lands S of Mrs. .
i JW?, and N 26 2-3 A of SEU of """l'-.I.'r- "' 1----- Beg at NE car section 6 and rud S 60 ._ H. Sparkman's and W of S. A L.

_- -- 18 Ii 18 253 W. C. Allen ___ 24.03 ftWI20ftN60ftE12Ofttopoint y Ry in SEU of SW?{ _____________28 6 22 10 Mrs. E. F. Johns :5.47
t j 1 SW -------------_..._22 Ii 18 40 Land & Trust Co. of of beg on N side of public road 6 6 IE N. E. faith _____._ 1..5 Lot 8 of blk 3 in Starke --_------_---________ C. R Ensey ____ 7.17
14 Flcnda. B.79 NWI4 of SE4! and E 12 A of NE4 of ASW14 LoU 5 6 7 and 8 of blk 10 in Starke'--______ Mrs. A Floreus' ___
r ;; NE14 _______________23 6' 18 40 C J. Johnson -- 4.24 ---------------________ 9 6 If li2 W..l fT'lifl _.___ rlE'Y Lots 1 and 3 of blk 16 in Starke --------____ Mrs. Jennie Maude J7.I5;
>. of NWand W 12 A of E% of of SWI/1 of SW4 ________________ 9 II 11i 20 W'rice __________ U4 Hoffman ______
., & _--24 Ii 18 92 C. J. Johnson _-=-- 9.58 NWL4 of NE4 -----_________,l0 6 18 40 W. C. Allen ____ U4 Lots 5 and 7 and part of lots 6 and 2 9.31 ?s

r- L NW' NWU of SEU ____21 G 18 80 J. W. Blume 10.53 SEI4 of NE\ --_________11 6 18 40 Seboy Jones _______ 5.49 8 of blk 18 in Starke ---------_._._._....... Unknown ___ $. *
and of S SW}. of NWy4 _____________ 6 18 40 Seboy Jones __ S 241.'. ;; .1'
iRYwnTof SW!% NEK ----- 5.49 ft of lot 4 of blk 20 in Starke ----_________ Dr. N. W. France __ 1'0.69
__. __ 34 6 18 60 W. C. Shallar 9.68 2 A in NW cor of NE'4 of SE4 __14 6 18 2 Ella Bofroughs (col!) .95 Blk 21' in Starke ------------________________ R. R and Hettie M. :
Ll S--iilliB wu !, ____-___________ ; 6 18 40 E. P. DieD 4.111 NEof" NE4! ----------____________ 6 18 40 Unknown _______ 4.24 Prevatt ____ 1.15
oc l? ------------- 6 Ii 19 40 Unknown ---- 6.12 WI, of NE4 of NEI4 and NW'4 of Blk 31 as extended on Ensey's map of
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1W ot and E% of NWU 9 Ii 19 120 A. B. Fletcher Trustee -. NE?+ and N-!, of SW4 of NE}. ___17 6 18 80 R. W. Williams ___ 9.511 Starke R. S. Johns
d NE,4, --- ----------- ---------------- ----'- .... 6.1 r
'S5i"Wt.tirtL Z5 A of NWU of SEU NBy. 12.09 SL. of SW'4 of NE44 and NWy4 of Lot 5 of blk 11 in Livingston Truby.

; except also Ry right of waytS SE'4 and E\-2 01 NE4 of SW1. -___37 6 18 80 Martin Malphurs ____ 1083 &; Co's add to Starke --_----w---.-----__ Owen Gardiner ___ $ lg
i ., Elide S of Ry __18 5 19 130 H. K. Roberts ___ 13.65 SE44 of NEy4 and NE4! of NE4! of EU of blk 27 in Livingston, Truby &; d'

r m1d of 2 NE,4 A on, less Ry right of way ____22 6 19 74 B. G. Lassiter --- 6.76 SE'4 _________________________21 6 18 50 L. R. Graham ______ ;.06 Co's add to'Starke ------------- --____________ Mrs. J. P. LIcd.-. '
li"i SW4 and SW'4 of SE'4 ____1"-4 6 19 80 Unknown ----. 12 22 NE'. of NEL4 ------______________ 6 18 40 Unknown _________ 6.49 Lots56789andl0ofbik3lfn; .80
lJi ol NEI4 and NE'4 of SWy4 _35 6 19 80 Unknown ---- 8.39 Wof NEt4 and WG and VVz? of SELF Livingston Truby & Co's add to h

'.Y S'F'' ot of NE'4 ---_______10 5 r o 40.Unknown -------. 4.71 of Wl.l of NE4 _____________26 6 18 40 Ellen Hunt _________ 1.1 Starke ----------------_____--_____________________ J. J. Thomas ______ I 1.41
: S'K14 SW'4 01 SE}. _____12 5 20 10 W. T. Ritch --- 2.14 ELJ of NE'4 or lot 1 _____________27 6 18 80 Seboy Jones ________ 6.6 Lots 3 and 4 or WU of blk 6 in Livingston
i NX" of NE14 ________________13 5 20 80 T. B. Handley ___ 20.61 SEL4 01 SWt4 except W 210 ft ______ 1 6 19 34 Mrs. R. I. Tomlinson_ 7.11 Truby and Co's sub division a a

II" ol NEt& ______________:_14 5 20 40 J. W. Nichols --- 612 NE'4 of NE4 ---________________ 5 6 19 40 J. D. Crawford _____ 4.1 of NE'4! of NEU _________________28 6 22 Rose Cox .._____ 4.41
BE" of NE'4 of SE!% of SW1" ___15 5 20 5 Chris. C. Buekhart -- 1.88 St; of SW4! of SW?{ _____________ 7 6 19 20 J. B. Crawford ____ 1.96 \ !_ of. lots 1 and 2 and all loU 3 6V
E'y of of NE'4 ______ __________17 5 20 40 J. L. Varnes ---- 4.24 El}:! 01 NW'4 and NE14 of SW4! ___12 6 19 120 Airs. R. I. Tomlinson 11.80 and 4 of blk 17 and W'i of Iota 1
1lE14 NW eor of NE4-of NWy4 being SE14 of S\V'4 and SW4! of SE!. __.13 6 19 80 Bank of Lake Butler 9.28 and 2 and lots 3 and 4 of blk 18 of

4 A is -________17 5 20 4 R. M. Hersey _- 1.25 NW'4 of NVV4 -_____-_______I8 6 19 40 J. B. Crawford ____ 5.47 Livingston Truby and Co's sub division ;i .

j j, 420 1 of$ square SW'N ____________21 6 20 40 Mrs. W. A. Owens .. 1.12 NW'4 of SE4 ------___________::'I 6 19 40 J. H. Avero ____ 4.11 of NE'4 of NEU ___________'___28 6 22 D. P. Pullura ______ -9.15
','iYi14? of SWti _-----?-- 5 20 40 B D. Andrews _____ 6.12SE'4 vL'
//t' KW4 0CSE44 _______________.-___- S 20 40 Unknown ----- 4.71 NEV of SW?. _________________24 6 19 200 Bank of Lake Butlcr U8 Truby &; Co's sub division of i
. flf SE'44 ------_.26 5 20 40 B. D. Andrews ---- 8.96 Corn 140 yds S of NE eor of NE4 of ,4 f' 4t.. : NEU! of NE4' ----------------------_ ._ -?&,.lIis Mack ______: .7.77
to i NE14 of _____________-28 5 :o 80 G. V. Goodwin --- 8.86 NW',4 and run S 140 yds W 210 yds. 'I s. '' WU of blk 23, Livingston, Truby &; i
'' .I, Iwrorof SWU of SWU and N 140 yd. E 21- yds to point of beg28 6 19 6 ... Unknown __________ 2.4i Co's sub division of NEU of NEU __28 6 22 R. M. Ellerson 17.65
i'-1' at TNI 604 ft. thence E 525 ft to a 15 A in SW cor of SVVy4 of NW}. E of I Blk 36 Livingston, Truby & Co's sub division -----1'j ,

'- poIat roe of beg thence N 260 ft. E 105 R Rand W of public road ________28 6 19 15 D. L Palmer _______ 6.42 of NE'4 of NE'4 ____________28 6 22 R. M. Ellerson j 17.55
fe ______29LJtW 5 20. H. K. Roberts 9.76 Blk 40 Livingston Truby & Co's sub
MO ft W 105 ft to beg ----- Beg at NW eor of SW% and run E ; .
of bik 3 in F N. Andrews 308 ydi on line dividing N2 and S-!: division of NE'4! of NE?{ ________28 6 22 Billie Bronn ____.;j 3.60

"id to Lake Butler __------------------------- Unknown --------- 1.10 of see. 29 to a point of beg thence Lot 3 of blk 41 Livingston, Truby &; I >
t 44 of bik 4 in F. N. Andrews add to E 440 yds thence S 880 yds, to sec Co's sub division of NEU of N'E', __28 6 22 Jas. E. Franklin _..J! ;j.lO
: i Let Lake ___________-_____---____ Unknown -_----. 1.10 tine. thence W 440 yd. N 880 ida to Lot 2 of blk 42 Livingston, Truby &; i
. ; t.t; S9 ofUblkr4 in F. N. Andrews add point of beg ---2\1 19 80 C. A 1cLeod ______ 10.45 Co's sub division of NE'4 of NE>4 _28 6 22 Julius Butler j .44

,'; j to Lake Butler ____________________________ Unknown -------_ 1.10 NW% of NW44 -___ ______30 6 19 40. Unknown _________ 6.12 NU! of blk 45 Livingston, Truby &; Co's --1
. tLsis 45 and 46 of blk 5 in F. N. An- NEy4 of NW1 N 01 river ______32 6 19 30' Unknown _______ 4.11 sub division of NE'4 of NE'4 _____28 6 22 H. G. Pigford ___, 4.11
; tift'1Jtadd to Lake Butler ---------------------_- Unknown -------- 1.42I Ail S'S, of NE44 1l of river ________32 6 19 30 Thomas &; Lamb ____ 14,62 Lots 6 and 7 of blk 1. Davis &; Truby's t +
4' of blk 5 in F. N. Andrews add Lots 7 8 9 and 10 of blk 1 in Worth- T ..foington add to Starke ---------_-------_------------_____ J. T. Wills --f-------;:O 91

r.-; 'Lot to Lake Butler ______.:______---------_ Unknown ------- 1.10 --- --- --.:.________________________ N. J. Parrish _____ 3.01 1 lot on W side of Walnut street between J;
; 4} blk 5 in F. N. Andrews add to Lot 1 of blk 2 in Worthington -----__________________ R. E. L. Duke ______ 11.9 blks A and D-N. J. Jones add ,;.
fat Late Butler -____________ H. K. Roberta ------ 1.10 Lots 3 and 4 of blk 2 in Worthing a to Starke _____________________________________.------_ C. M. Alvarez __--.<, 4.41 ;

54 blk 6 in"FTN.! Andrews add to ton ---_--__________________________________ E. J. Hardee _______ 1.81 Elk 9 in Tample's add to Starke -___________:-_ Mrs. Eunice E. Cano : F
: Lot Butler __-______________________ Unknown ---_-----. 1.10 Lots 6 and 7 of block 3 in Worthington Lot 15 of blk 14 in Temple's add to"a ___________ It..35

_ :'tot 16 of blk S in McKinney's add to ------------------------______:_______ Butler Stevens &; Bell 22.43 Starke ---_-------------------------------_-___ Unknown ____....f.95 64 E'
'* Lake Butler ______- _- ---- A. C. Wadsworth ____ 9.16 Ail triangular lot embracing hotel and LoU 8 and 9 of blk 2G-T"mple's add .
} new McKinney's: add to Starke ________________ E. E. West _______ i
Lsti U and 25 of blk 3. ground according to plat of Worth- ------------------------------ J4.ll

to sew Lake Butler __________--., Lake Butler Ice ands'Lou ington ---------_________________________-_______ Thomas &; Lamb ____ 29.40 loOts 2 3 and 4 of blk. Temple's add
f. % 41 42 43 44 blk s in McKmney Electric Co -____ 14.49 loIS 5 6 and'7 of blk j in Worthington to Starke ---------______________________-________ T. R. L. Daughfry... '1.27 ,.

R add or new Lake Butler __________--________ H. A. Hewitt ----- 14.19 ________ ___n__________________:_______________ Thomas & Lamb ____ 1.61 Lots 4 6 9 and 11 of Blk "B"-Rising's ':. .J
F .. Lou s 4 of blk 4 in MeKinney's add N of lots 6 and 3 in Worthington ________________ Thorns &; Lamb ____ 1.88 add to Starke ---------------__________ Mrs Teresa Leviton- *4.11 au

or ... Lake Butler ________________ Unknown ------ 4.11 Lot 1 of blk 11 in Worthington ______________________ Unknown ___________ 1.8 Lots 11 and 12 of blk 3S-I'eek's add to :
:t ttall 1 S of blk 13 in B. L. Newsom Lot 4 of blk 11 Worthington _____________________ G. W. Andrews _____ 1.02 Starke ----- --_______________ _________ 'Laura Harris, ____. 2.09
:S V' add to Lake Butler ___-_________ Mrs. V. O. Scarborough Lots 5 and 1 of blk 11 in Worthington 1 lot in Starke 110 ft N and S by i 2 at

I ----------- 4.41 -_ -----_ --_______________________________________ Thomas & Lamb ____ 1.88 210 ft E and W, bounded E by Wal- .
> 3 in D. E Knight's add to LakeS"ofekts'iTand"NVft7floU Lots 5 and 6 of bik 12 in Worthington nut st. N by J. R. DavisV by land .

\ Blk -___________________ L. M. Stokes _______ 10.83 ---____________________________________________ Thomas &; Lamb ____ 3.01 of B. L. Bugg and S by blk "C" of 1
B and a ....1 tc iii'- '" .a .t- Lots 10 11 12 and 13 of blk 13 in N. J. Jones' add to Starke _________28 6 22 Dr. N. W. Francis .. 35.25

t in F. P. Odom's add to Lake Butler Worthington -----__ __________________________________ Thomas &; Lamb ____ 2.18 1 lot 52U ft by 105 ft in NE cor of .
__ --;.--------------- Charon &; Sparks __ 11.13 Lots 5 and 6 of blk 14 in Worthington lot lying 220 ft S of Madison St, and ..

, 9 in -T..ITbekleTTstTdd" Lake --__-____________________________________.:__ Thomas &; Lamb ____ 1.41 bounded N by Edwards, E by Sanders '
; Lot ___________ Mrs. Jessie A. Wilson 17.65 Lot of blk in __ : street in Starke ___________________28 6 22 Mrs. R. S. Fernandet '1.69
lIutlrr-___'___ 1 15 Worthington _______ .____________ Unknown ___________ 1.17 l
1.0114 In T. E. Dekle'l 1st add to Lake Lots 5 and 6 of blk 15, in Worthing. Beg at a taint 200 ft W of NW cor \

t Butler ---------------------------- S. S. Proctor -_______ 10.83 ton -_--_____________________________________ Thomas & Lamb ____ 1.47 of Madison and Broadway bU and run !
of lot 30 Tin T. E. Dekle'l 1st add ton Lot 1 of blk 19 in Worthington _________________________ Unknown ________ 1.88 W 148 ft to Orange street. N 110 ft ,
, Butler __________ ----------- Unknown ---_---- 2.44 Lots 3 and 4 or blk 19' in Worthington E loP ft. N 100 ft. E 99 ft. S 210 : a
, i.ake W of lot ____ __ ft to point of beg in Starke -_____________________?._ J. W. Eddy _.___, ji.gi
N 1-J of E% of lot 1 and % --------------- ---- __ ___ _________ Unknown __________ 10.68
t I in T. E. Dekle's 2nd add to Lake Lots 2 and 3 of fract blk 21 in Worthington 1 lot in Starke bounded N by Jackson :1

, Butler _______________________________ S. M. Carver ______ 7 77 ___ .______-__ __n_-__________________-____ H. J. Davis __-____ 2.18 street. W by lot of W. M. Hollings- i
Lot 11 N of Ry in T. E. Dekle's 2nd add Lots 7 and 8 of bik 25 in Worthington worth and S by Mrs. Moore and E by !

Lake Butler ________________________________ Harry Williams 4.11 -----------------------_______________________ 1I1nI. E. 111. Petty 147 L. H Austin known as "Georgie La- $1 .
4 A to In SW eor of NU of lot>4 _____:_-31 5 20 4 Mrs. C. A. Knight Lots 1 and 4 of block 31 ill WorthingI J1 ., .ff"t kn..gt ker lot" _UU____________________28 6 22 Unknown _______.......1 t 3.34

4 A in SE cor of NU of lot 1 lying (Heirs) --_----- 4.11 ton ------- -------------------___________________ Unknown ___________ 2.18 Com 367'and!_ ft E of NE cor of Broad'I tt4"
N side ofHot
E of S. C Crabb and S of land owned LoIs 9 and 10 of bik 31 in Worthing .. eJ ll!''' I way Hojt streets on t

__ __ 31 Ii 20 4 Kibby Lamar 4.41 ton __._________.__________ Mrs. E. 111. street and run N 105 ft. E 52'"
by J. G. Purvis -- -- TT- ------ --------------- ---------- Petty ____ 6.42 p aft
and 8 in Townscod's add to Lake Lot 3 of blk 38 in Worthington --_____________________ Unknown ___________ 1.88 ft. S 105 ft to Hoyt streetv 52'!.
Lots 7 __ _.---------_-- 5 20 E. W. Miller ________ 4.11 Lot 8 of blk 38 in Worthington ---________________...... Irs. E N. Petty ____ 1.12 to point of beg in Starke ________28 6 22 Unknown ______;.f 8 31 ,
Com NW of Madison and
lJuMO add to of lot 2 and all lot of blk ._ at cor Myr-
and 11 In Townsend S'2 3 39 1w1 fl"&A:;" d "i1Nf" t

Butler ________'________31 5 20 J. C.Tarvin. _______ 5.80 in Worthington ---_------_-_--__________________ Thomas &; Lamb ____ 7.85 tie streets and run W on MadisonStreet : l
210 N E 210 ft
S4ake of S Frad lots blks ft. 334. to. .
NWU of SE'4 and SW or D F G and II in
S of road Worthington _____________ Myrtle street and S along said street : r + t
A in SW cor Thomas & Lamb ____
vu except 10 T.18 334 ft to point of bee _____________29 6 22 2 L. M. Little__ ._ _,'sni_ _
and NEU of SEU of SWU and E 210 Fract blk "M" in Worthington -______________ Thomas & Lamb ____ 3.29 no --r-- n
Com SW of Madison end
ft of NWU of SEU of SWU17! 5 21 62 G. C. Sapp -_______ U.9 Lots 2 and 3 of blk 24 in New River23 6 20 D. W. and I. W. Pin- at cor S Myrtle street 105 Myrtle ft.
streets run on !f
'Com 210 yds S of NW cor of NE', of holster __-.-_______ 1.61 l6a
SE'4 alld run S 53 2-3 yds. E 70 ydsN Wi. of SW!4 ______________________28 6 20 80 F. B Johns ________ 11.79 thence W 105 ft. S ft W 105 ft. .; (i. t
beg ._ 5 21. 2 J. H. Denmark ______ 11.13 E'y of SEU! 29 6 20 N 210 ft to Madison street, E on
to 80
63 2-3 yds. W 70 yds F. B. Johns ________ 11.79' Madison street 210 ft to point of '
'. NE of NWU of 1 Lot 3 and SJ' of lot 4 and N'j! of lot t
Com Sm 10 and ch W run of S 89 ft.cor W 20 degrees t 10 ______________________31 6 20 160 Mrs M. C. Pinholster 12.09 beg-Gaskin's add to Starke "4 A29 6 22 1 L. M. Little _____*: 5.31: Y
'
1 lot of .and MO yds N and S by 120.
=I.
S 198 ft N 72 ft. thence along Ry N'i! of N'.i of SEU! of SWU of SEU
E in of of }
W
yds and SE cor SE'4 : I
NWU : -2'; A _13 6 21
right of way to place of beg in 3 Wm. McLeod -- 1.32Wm. SE'4 ______________________________29 6:2 6 Mrs A. E. Drigger 7.77
_18 5 21 Mrs. Ella Lennon of __ ._____________ .
of SEU! ___.__ ________ May EU; SE'4 13 6 21 80' Edwards : := 7 25 of and of ofNEU .
..-, _________ 8.61 SEU of KEl __________________13 6 21 40 Unknown __________ 8.951 SWU NEU WI2 SE'4!
_________
of 30 22
and 6 100 Hannah
SE'4!
______ __________ NWU Primer Est. 17.55
ft S of NWU of NEl _24 6 21
of SEV4 eom 210 40 Wm. Edwards ______ i
t j' A In SW% 4 71 EI.! of NEU of SW'4! _______________32 6 22 20 Richard Albert ____; 8.86
210 ft. SWU of NW}. 29 6
S 21
NE and run W 210 ft, 40 A. L. Wynn Est 4.71
cor. w 1 lot of land 14S ft in SE of N
cor a
beg18 G 21 1 Mrs. Alice Roberts __ WL; of SWU! of NWU and NW'4! of sq
E 210 ft. N 210 ft to point of 1.7k : W'4! of SE'4 __,__________________32 6 22 Green Hamilton ____, 2 44
A N SW} : 6
1 { 22
of NEU except 60 Starke Lumber Co.__
of NWU 10.83
r SEV4? Com 70 yds W of SE cor of W'2! of
- 18 5 21 9 Mnl. Allie B. Ritch 20.91 NW'/; of M'4; of SWU! ---------.2 6
of the lit A in SE cur 22. 10 Rev. S. F. Wolfe ____ 2.14 NWl of SE'. and run W 70 yds.
Core at NE eor of NE'4 of SW% and ::."Z1 &1.l NEil of NEU and SU of NEU andSE' ";'J'. ar N 35 yds, E 70 yds, S 35 yds to point .

run S S eh 3 ft to Ry right of way. ,, of NWU and NWU of NWU of beg ______________.-:___________32 6 22 Mary Aon Jackson :_2.02
thence W along said right of way 14 !11t.EJI 17": ami F.-i ')f SWU! _____________ 3 6 22 .280 Starke Lumber Co._ 34.65 1 A in SW of of NW'4 of. 4 :
of _____________________ 3SEU 6 22 cor EU
eb 24 ft to beg. thence N 3 degreesE SWU SE'4 40 Unknown _______ 5.50 SE'4 ____________________________32 6 22 1 Laura Moorq ____..- i 1.4k'
210 ft. W 210 ft. variation 32 de of NEU 4 6 22 40 Starke Lumber Co.._ 4.48 Lot 1 of blk 1 in Lincoln City ______________ Mary Joiner!__--."r 1.84
yeses S. thence S J10 ft to said Ry W.of SEU of SEU 5V2 6 22 20 Silas Lupton ________ p.47 LoU 1236 and 7 of blk 4 in Lincoln 'I;
-1 A m C \ of NE'4 and E' of NWU and
to point of beg I
right of way '
Unknown __L.___
NE44 of SW'4 _______________18 5 21. 1 Joe Jones Jr. _____ 9 21 E'i of SWU and W!/ of SE}. 5 6 22 320 E. E. Cano\a _____ 34.35 City ----' ; --- k-Ti---Lincoln-- ------------ 7"2.44
.'g4 ..-. J'" of _____ ________ 6 LoU 4 and 5 of
A. Also NEU NEU 6 22 40 J '
1-3 J. Johns
of NE-13 _______ 1.71'
N 14 of NW44 : -1. City -_______________ Lee Ouidy -------' 2.44 sLots -
NWV4 and pwiif1541 Undivided 2-3 interest in N'a! of SW
eom at NE eor of NEU of .. 2 and 3 of block 5 in Lincoln ti
runW18EydsS1462.3Yds.E132 p.'Z1 11It ; 4 ----------- ---------------- 6 6 22 63 J. W. Hodges Est __ 3.12'' :
r. City ________________________ ____ Fannie Albert ___,.7 2.14
___20 5 21 17 G. C. Sapp ___ 3.71 NW% of NW4 9 6 22
A 40
yds. N 146 2-3 yds to beg-4 -- ----- ---------------------- Geo. A. Joyce ______ 10.53 LoU and 4 of block I 6 sn Lincoln
____ ___ 5 21 40 J. D. McCormick E of of NWU ____________10 6 :
% NW'4 22 3.481 t/
of NE1.4 __ ---- 8.95 30 E. E Hinckle _____
NWy4 _____,__ ____ ___ ______ Fannie Albert ____, 2.44 >i
-- -- -- ------
1 1 A In NW cot orsW U of SW25 5 21 1 Arthur AlvarclI ____ .17 NEU of NEU and WIh of NE}. and LoU blk
1 2 3 4 5 6 and 7 of 9 in
&EU of,SE 4 _.____;-______** 5 21 40 Arthur Alvarez ___ 8.95 NEU! of NWU and SWU of NW Lincoln City ______________________________________ Unknown _________; 4.11
___30 21 J __________________________10 6 :2
and'sWU 5 120 W. Nichols ____ 9.52 14 200 H. D. Tucker _______ 087
i 8" of SWU ofASEe4 Lot 8 of blk 9 in Lincoln City __________ Simon Hankerson __ 1.42
dIM of NEU except K; NE eor E>-. of SW!. of NE'4 _____________11 6 22 20 Mary N. Thorpe ____ 2.46 Lincoln- '
Lots 4 5 and 8 of blk 10 in
I and NW';,. of NEU except N 115 ft Wof SWU of NEU ____________11Wi 6 22 20 A. G. .Rogers ...____ 2.46 City _____________________:________________________ Unknown _______.. 1.76
i of NE% : of EVi of NEU and Eft of NWU
road and Sft
W of public Lots 5 and 8 of block 11 in Lincoln ,
jj and S 440 ft of NEU of NWU and .t.-;; .ill !-'' -. of NEU and E& of NEU of SEU __11 6 22 80 Unknown _______ 8.81 City ___________________ James Johnson ___.... 116 f
-
"! Lt _____________________
' t ft of of NWU of NWH SEU of SE'4 12 6 22 40 Unknown _______ 8.51
S 440 Eii! Lots 13457 and 8 of blk 13 in Lincoln
1rU'. '... __ __ ______ _____
NWof __ 12 6
3 andN150ftofE' of SWU of "N "' ." ;..- .. w .- SEU ,- 22 40 L. A..Evans ____ 5.50 City -________________________________ Unknown ____.____ 2.81
of NW i Wf w E! of SWU of SEU and W'i of Wft -
I ,W% and N 150 ft of SE'4 Lots 1 2 3 4 and 7 of blk 14 in Lincoln -
except lots sold in plat in NEU --rNEU .36 5 21. 185 -. W. Ellery Davis --_ 25.23j. of NWU and W'i of NW}4 of S City ___________________ Unknown _________ 2.44
i. of NE% except lots 2 3 and .. ', W U ______________M____________12 6 22 80 Unknown ________ 9.11 Lots 5 and-8 of blk 14 in Lincoln- h

<. E of Ry and SEU of NEU and -.W"y"'. SWU of SEU ______________________13 6 72 40 R. D. Strickland ___ 19.77 City _........__-________________.___________________ Unknown _______. 142
1 6 22 SOb Mrs. Carrie B. StarE NWU of NEof SWU _________14 6 22 10 Unknown 4,62
--
of NEU and NWU ---------- LoU 6 and 7 of block 15 in Lincoln ;

of NEU. and SWU ot NEU and-- ling ------------- 34.95 W!! of EVi of SEU of NWU ______14 6 22 10 J. Homer Livingston 4.J2 City JN" ____________________________________________ Unknown' ___..__--, 142
i. ,EH of NWU of NEU and WJ4 of : ..... ""''11'\1 -I ,' 7, S U of NEU of NEU and SEU of ? of "NW'4! of NW'4! except 8 A on
fI -e
'NE'i of NWU and SEU of % I NWU of NEU and SEU of NE'4166 22 70 Matilda Dixon ___ 10.83 Wend and !U A "vault lot"________33 6 22 12 Mrs. E. F. Johns ___ 7.47
and WU of NWU -------------- 2 5 2: 280 MI''!". Carrie B. Star- SVj of NEU of NEU ________________17 6 22 20 Louis Carr __________ 10 53 Com at NW cor of NW'4 of NW 4
.
_________ 30.22 SEU of NWU _17 6 22 40 Unknown j-__ 8.86 and run E 525 ft. S 105 ft. W 525
t b'W% of NEV4 and NEU of NW'4 ___12 5 22 80 Mra.gCarrie' B. Star.'L 11 A com at NE cor of NWU of SW ft. N 105 ft to beg ______________33 6 22 2 E. W. Driggers Eel., 11.13 ,
and W 1060 S 450 ft E .
U ft. ,
ling 8.11NE4 run
--------- Beg at a point 4 3-10 chns S of NW
SW1.4 of and SE'4 of NWU and 1060 ft. N 450 ft to point of beg___17NE'4 6 t2 11 Jeff Lee __________ 5.75 cor of SWU of NWU and run S 10 a
r'. ISW1.4 of SEI4 -___12 6 22 120 Unknown ______ 16.81 of SWU! _______________18 6 22 40 Annie Reynolds ____ 4.71 6-10 chns E 10 degrees S to center t
.. W of ______________________18 6 I.
i'i :NH of EK of SE'UoT NEU'and W% ,. fi'li.: ..4Ri. }1I NWU 22 80 Jack Cummings Est- 8.95 of Ry. thence N on-said Ry 10 32-100 $
i' et SE4 of NEU and S"4 of SWU of ,I' 1 W 6 A of SI!! of SW} of SW% _____18 6 22 6 July Gaines _____ 1.87 chns. thence W 10 degrees, N 10 6-10 j s
SIt'of SWU and 'iii e14! n i W-F: All Wli of NE4 of NE}4 E of public ohm 6 22 10 Richard
.NW" and NU. : .. to beg S3 Albert _.:_ 11.03
.
f Iw SW4i and NEST of "rtl., ,eT .. .w. .. 'I -w'. 1 road __ ______________________-____20 6 22 17 Unknown .___ -- ---
.. % of SEU of ......... .. ..... 2.44 3 A in SW cor of SWU of NWU W I
.
SKU'Of SWU and W} of SEU of ''r:' 221I130: ... ;; 1"1tt' Com 420 ft N of SE cor of SWU of of Ry _______________________33. 6 22 3 King Chandler ____;. 4.11
____12 5 Unknown 1942 SWU and run N 60 ft, W 115 ft, S .
SEU: and S'S of NE'4 of SEU -------- About 4 A in SW eor of NWU of t y
Lot 20 in Woodlawn ___________13 Ii :2 10 D. C. Hood _______ 5.50 60 ft, E 115 ft to point of beg____21NEU 6 22 Clarence Ellerson __ 4.41 SWU E of Ry and W 9 A of NV& .
Lot 69 in Woodlawn ________________13 5 .2 10 S. C. Murtett -__ 2.14 of SEU of SWU _______21 6 22 10 J. B. Rhoden ______ 10.53 of SW}4 of SWU except 1 A for
4 LoU 36 36 37 and 38 in Woodlawn __14 5 22 40 D. Davis ----_ 5.60 Com at NW cor of land owned by Elmira church -.-33 6 22 12 Unknown ______..._ 8.49
; N% of lot 20 in Woodlawn ______14 5 22 5 Chas Parker --____ 381 King on E side of Ry right of 10 A com 71_ ft N and W from SE

Lot 69!l1n Woodlawn _____________15 5 22 10 Herman Shaw ___ 3.81 way and run easterly at right angles cor of SWU of NE'4 and run N 708
Lob 37 and 38 in Woodlawn __________15 5 22 20 Unknown _----_____ 3.81 to said Ry to E line of section 22, r ft. W 615 ft, S 705 ft. E 615 ft to L
Lola 1* HO: 29 and 30 in Woodlawn ___15 5 22 40 C. H. Revere ---- -17 thence N along said section line to point of beg ______________________37 a 22 10 R R. and Hettie M.
Lots 33 and 34 ___________________16 5 22: 20 Unknown ________ 3.81 center street thence W along said Lots 1 2 3 and 4 of bile 6 in J. M. Prevatt ___ 14.71
tots 10 and 23 in Woodlawn _____16 5 22 20 S. G Potter ______ 3.14Lots street to Ry right of way thence S Johns' sub division of NE'4 of N :,
42 and 55 in Woodlawn _______:17 Ii 22 20 Unknown -----_ 3.29 along said right of way to point of E'4 _33 6 22 4 B. R. Kelley _______ 6.67 t.
Lot 29 in Woodlawn _______________18 6 22 10 Mary A. Hollil __ 1.81 beg in E>; of NE%. except such lotsor Com at NW cor of NE'4 of NEI and
Lot t in Woodlawn _________18 6 22 10 W. S. Tarbox ________ 1.8i pieces as have heretofore been run E 522 ft. S 109S ftW522ftN
1< of lot 57. in Woodlawn _______-20 5ro: 5 Unknown -------- 1.17 deeded _:___________________21 8 22 14 Louii Guyon _______ 14.58 lOil0 ft to beg _____________-___34 6 22 14 L. E. Lee .____. ___ 11.13
g4 Of lot 65 ,and W Vj of lot 40 _____19 Ii U 10 T. B. Hamby ---- 1.41 E'i of blk 1 S R2E. and Wj!: of E'-{; of SW'4 ___________________34 6. M 80 C. B. Griffin Est ._ 39.09 s
Nft of NEU of SE'4! and E\ of Sox blk 1. S. R. 3 E. and fraction of N N'.. of NW% of SE'4! and SE'4 of N

of NEU of SEU _______________21 5 24 35 C. R Sapp --_____ 916 WU of blk 1, N R 2 E being 248 '''j of SEll _________________34 6 22 30 Jas. O. Johnson _._ 15.87 i
2 A in NE eor of NEU of SWU ____22 6 U 2 F. M. Bradley ----- 2.14 ft N and S and 330 ft E and W and SW'4 of NWU of SE'4 _____________34 6 22 10 Unknown ____.___ 6 03
Wk4 of Wli of SWU of SE% ____22 5 22 10 G. W. Carter ---- 8.86 SE'4 of blk 1. N R 2 E and NWU 5 A square in SE cor of NE'i of S 1

N t 4 A of SWU of NEU of NWU ___23 G 22 4 J. H. Lowery ------- 2.14N of bik1SR2BandN44ofSWL4 E', _____________________..1_____34S' 6 22 5 E. L. Williams _n__ 3.75 "
% .f E1J: of the following described of blk 1 S R 2 E in Temples subdivision -, of SWU of SEI! ______________34 6 22 20 S. A. Cartel __ __ 9.02
Und: Com at S line of Sec. 23 where _________________-22 6 72 19 N. B. Hull _________ 15.25 SW'4. of NWU and N'i! of SW'4 _35 6 22 120 C. C. GritTu; __'u u._.__ 48.46

H erase S. A. L Ry. and run N 2'', A com at NW cor of Center st SEU of SWU ______________ -35 6 22 40 Elias Moore _. __ ___ 18.72
' U54 ft, thence E and at right angle and Lawtey and Starke public road SWU! of SE'J! ______________________35 6 22 40 L. M. Little -__.____ 18.72
,. to said Ry 1396 ft to a pt of beg. and run W along Center st 430 ft to SU. of NEU and E'2 of NE'4 of N

i; tbenee N parallel with said Ry 6H lands formerly owned by N. D. Hag- W'4 __________-__________________36 6 22 100 Lof. Little -._____. 43.69
l: ft thence E at right angles 336 *wj aman. thence N along said land 260 NWU of NW'4! -36 6 22 40 J. A Coleman _. __ 17.21 0
thence parallel with said Ry 650 ':' ft. thence E 430 ft to said road Wi-. of NE'', of NWU ___________36NW'U 6 22 Zu R. L. Hickey _____ 8.45
l them W at right angles 335 ft I oj thence S along said road to point of of SWU! _______________-_____36 6 22 40 Asa Hunter _______ 17.Z1
beg ___________.U 6 -_ 1 Emma Paul --- 6.51 of beg in Temple's sub division-2 Vi W'-. of NE'4 of NE'4! and NWU\ of
r1 i j* 22lttEast! Lawtey -------_ L. L. Sapp Jr .-- 20.61 A ______________________ 22 6 22 3 Joe Morris __________ 8.85 NEI ____________________________12 7 19 60 Mrs. Mary C. Pinlolster -

: Lot 29 in East Lawtey _____ ----- J.R. Edwards --_- 13.89 N'i of SEU of SWU of SWU except __________ 6.72 v
l! Lot 47 to East Lawtey _____------ -----" Amelia Hawkins 3.81 lUj off W end-3U; A ______________22 6 22. 40 Sam Harris Jr ____ 5.34 WU! of SW'4 ________________________ 4 1 .20 80 E. B. Andreu .___ 9.00

Lot 5' In East Lawtey ________-_________ Chas. Parker ---- 2.14 SEU of SW'4 of SElf and ----of EI-! of SWU and SW'4! of SE'4 ___- 4 7 20 120 Unknown ?_______ 10 6<
Lot 4 to Otfs subdivision in East Law- SWU of SWU of SEU ___________22 6 22 12 E. L. Simmons: .____ 14,61 EC. of SEU _____________________ 5 1 20 80 E. B. Andrea _____ 9.00

oj ____ __-.---_,_-------- Wm. Williams ..-- 2.44 NU. of SWU of SE'4 and SU. of N S'. of S1-.. of lot 9 and SU of lot 10 '
i Lot 6 to Otfs subdivision in East Law- WU of SEU and SEU of NEU of less N 12 A _________________ 7 1 20 48 J. M. Shaw'' Jr. 7.06
toy' _----- Chad. Parker ___ 2.44 S\V'U _____.:...____-._____________22 6 22 50 E. L. Simmons _____ 30.24 S'-. of lot 4 _________________________ 7 1 20 40 L. T. Shaw'______ 424
j Lot T to Otfs---subdivision in East Law-- NU, of SWIM of SEU ______23 6 22 20 R. O. Strong! _______ 11.80 WU of N1!? of lot 4 ________________ 7N" 7 20 20 Unknown .,--______ Z..111 5 -

. b _____________--- ,_ -....-..._--_---- David M. Smith --- 2.44fat NEU of NEU _______________-24 6 22 40 R. D. Strickland ___ 18.10 .,; of lot 6 and S>-j of lot 11 except 2
8 to Ott's sub division in East Law- All E4{ of SEU of NWU N of public A in SE eor 7 1 20 i8 Unknown .____n___. 7.85
! try Mrs. E. J. Dinkina. ..... 2.44 road ___:._____________________24 6 22 1. Unknown ____ 5.87 Com 310 ft W of E line of SWU of
Lots II division in NU. of SEU of NEU ________MNEU 6 22 20 Unknown 8.77 SWU on N line of Ry right of way
I East Lawtey and 11 in _Otfs__ sub n ---.--- Thad Nicholson 4.14 of SEU _______________-26WU. 6 22 40' Unknown ---____ 17.06 and run N to N line of S'4! of SWU '

Lota u it and K in Otfs tub division of SWU of NWU and N% of N thence W 350 ft. thence S to R,. : .

In East Uwtey __ : ftSEU __:- ------- Mary MeGill ---- 6.80 WU of SWU except 6 A in SE eor right of way thence E on said right .
NW" % at of SWV _u_--ili:: '6 22. 10 Forest Seeber 1.81Jl 105 yds N and S by 293 yds E and of way to point of beg-41* A and ,'.'; '
:
SW% at 8W4 of :NWI4 __________..Yb 6 22 10 Sarah Williams 3.81 yf .....-- _26 6 22 44 Polly A. Drew ____ 28.65 Ni! of SWU of SWU less E 3 A __ 8 1 20 2Z ,L Unknown .___ #__ 12.18.
sf of SE1.6rC 6 22 6C Rufus McRae .- '112 NE44 ;iSWf NWU ::::=:=.26 6 2? 10 S. F. Morgan ____ 8.65 Lot 4 of blk 1 in Ward City _________ 8 7' 20 Sam R. Ward ________ 74
1 : NE1.4 of NEI4 22 10 Unknown 3.81 WI} of NEU of SWU of NEU __27 6 22 5 C. E. Murrbee ..____ S.39
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V PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAPKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY JUNE .
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.: DESCRIPTION OF LAND See. T.-p. Rre. Acrefl Owner TUN &: DESCRIPTION OF LAND Sea Twp Rce. Acres Owner Taxes &: 1 I PATRIOTIC '
S. E S. E. Cofts. I FOOD DAY TO BKED ;BsEai'.
-- PIRATES
t Lou land 2 of blk 11 in Ward City __ 8 'i 20 T Sam R. Ward _______ 1.02: Lot; 2 of blk 42. Livingston Truby I IN FLORIDA:
f., Lot 10 of blk 13 in Ward City ________ 8 7 20 Sam R. Ward ___ .74 1<:G's sub division ___e.______________________________ Julia Goodwin ______ 1.80
Lot 6 of blk U in Ward City _____ II 'i 20 Sam R. Ward ____ Htj Lot :3 of blk 16 in Starke ______-_____________- ____________ Mrs. Jennie Maude I 1
Lot 10 of blk 16 in Ward City _____ 8 7 26 H.. R. Brown _______ 3.29 Hoffman ---------- 13.35 Sunday July 1st it
Lou 11 and 12 of blk 16 in Ward City__ 8 7 21) L..1. Brown ________ 3.29 Lots 1 and 2 of blk 48. Livingston i\ GETTING HUGE I Natitfoal Patr1:
Lola 1 2 11 and 12 of blk 19 in Ward Truby i Co's sub division _______________u_______... Raymond Jackson ---_ 7.051 I ;, otic Day. i .

City _____________________-_ 8 'i 20 Unknown ___________ 9.25J All Blk 11 as extended on Ensey's map I \ !|!, The Florida Sunday Scb'jol

Com 283 yd.. W of SE eor of SE44 of of Starke ____________________________________________ R. S. Johns ________ 53.50 I | ciation is asking Aaea'';
.', Sw44 and run W 31 ylLl. N 80 yds Lots 4 6 9 and 11 of blk "B" in Ris every Sunday sehocl';

to S boundary of Ward City. thence ing's add _____________________u______________________ Mrs. Teressa Leviton 4.95 SUMS OF MONEY!: in the state to observe it. Ever
E along said boundary 3' 'ds. thence E', pf blk 27. Livingston Truby & Co's I j I President Wilson sioa
S 80 yda to bell ____________________ 8 ; 20 J. A. Abbott ________ 8.:5 sub division .............___________-___-_______ Mrs. J. P. Lindsey __ 15.45 II I I I the ; sanctioned the day
b A in NE cor of SE4! of NE4! _____ 9 'i 20 5 Mn. A. T. Warren__ 1.81 Lots 1 and 4 of blk in Livingston by issuance of his pr la1J1a K.-

).E'4 of SE'4 __________?___14 7 20 40 Unknown ____.w-_ 4.1 Truby & Co's sub division 1. ______u______________________ Phyllis Mack ____h_ 7.05); J I I I to American Sunday schools(
SWL4 of SW1i ___________________15 7 21) 40 H. P. Gainey ____:___ Lots 1 and 2 of blk 47 in Livingston. HAVE CONTRIBUTED QUARTER have been pyj

;s E 8 A of SE1! of SELS. except N 12 Truby & Co's aub division ________________________________ Fannie McCall _h... 7.05; r maturing fof its Qbse .
C : A ____________________________16 7 20 8 H. P. Gainey ________ 2.1i W'.. of lots 1 and 2 and all lots 3 and BILLION\ IN in this state.
Beg at a point 125 2.3 ft W of NEtor 4-of blk 17 and W> of Iota 1 and 2 5 MONTHS R. C. Weidler, gederai
,. of NWi! of Sec. Ii and ran W and all lots 3 and 4 of blk 18 in Livingston. i I I the ssl-retary of '

on Sec. line i33 ft. 5 'y mile to S Truby & Coos sub division__-._.._________________ D. P. Pullum ______ 22.35 HERBERT HOOVER association has given out the lot. '
line flf NW'-,.,E 733 ft. N to beg- EXPLANS THE lowing
Lots 1 and 2 of blk 7 and lots 1 and information '
H 40-100 A ______________________11 'i 20 H J. A. Abbott ________ 732 2 of blk 8 in Livingston Truby & ICo' i I : r

F. 14 A of NELS of NE'S __________21 'i 21) 14 H. P. Gainey ________ 1.8i sub division ______?_____________________________ L. Peterson _____u__ 3.15 NEED OF GOVERNMENT CONTROL I "We are anxious to nu&e "Paw...'
: W 8 A of NW'4 of NW's ____-______22 7 21) 8 H. P. Gainey _______ 1.16 Lots 1 and 2 of blk 33 and lots 1 and otic Sunday" a great dayn
o N 35 A of SE'S of SE'S ____________24 7 20 35 Mitchell Hill ________ 3.58 2 of blk 34 in Livingston, Truby & OF FOOD SUPPLY. The of the Floridt
purpose
;, Lots 3 and 8 aub division of lot 6 of Co's sub division ______._______?.'._...________________ Hannah Parker ...... 7.35 day ufo yrodto i
: blk 11 in Sampson City ____________ 4 7 21 J. C. Murphy _______ 2.11 Lots 2 5 and 7 and of IoU 6 and a concerted action the

; NW's of ltt4! ____________________ 6 7 21 40 Unknown __________ 4.n 8 of blk i8 in Starke part____________________-_____-___ Jennie Lou and Harry WASHINGTON June 21. Food tion in the interest throughout of >u i f
NEt1 _--________________. __ __-__ ". 7 21 160 E. E. Hinckle ______ 1416NW4 Lots 1 and 2 of blk 45 and lots 2 and Rivers ________ 43.05: patriotism, and
of NW\\ and EI', c! SWl; _.__16 'i 21 120 Unknown _-_________ 10.65 : 3 of blk 46 in Livingston, Truby & speculators have been taking $:; to give our great army jof Sund !

.. Nl of SEl of NElIud NE'4 of Co's sub division ___._______________.._h ____ Geo. Scott (CoIl ____ 15 000 a month for the last five 0,000'-1 I school people an oppoitulity to ,
NW4! of NE'4 ___ _________.____16. 7 21 30 Unknown _______-_ 4.l5
NE4! of SE4! ____-___ _____________li 7 21 40 E H. Jones ________ 3.85 Com at NE cor of W'-.. of NWH of --a total of a quarter of a billion dollars I,I something practical in the.crisis tly'
5LS; of SW'4 of SWli' ___________-___li 7 21 20 Unknown _________ 2.l5 NEH of NE'4 and running W 200 -from the American people, Herbert faces our country. We ar -'.asking :
of thence S 245
ft to a point beg I er.
\EI. of NWI. and SWS! of SE4! !
i. and E'y of SEll ________ _______-1 'i 21 160 E. D. Abernathy __ 14.36 ft. W 109 ft. N 245 ft, E 105 ft to C. Hoover told Senators in explaining ery Sunday school and eery indivdaali'r
N'y of NElS\ and SEll- of NE'4- and ? beginning __________________________28 6 22 Geneva Towns _______ 5.85 the purposes of the food con- !, contribute on that.day eifner to
the]
1 lut JJ1.ft: E and W by 105 ft N

f NWl4 1. _____of___SW4_______and_a___SE'4_____of___SW___21 7 21 200 E. D. Abernathy. ____ 18.06 and S off E end of Mrs. Hemingway trol bill now before Congress.Mr. I I army work of the V. M. C."A., or to'
lot. bounded E by land of Mrs. N. J Hoover outlined broadly the the Red Cross. We! hardly realize!
SEt4 of SWti and W! of SEll and'o __________ _____ __ ___ ____ Unknown __ ________ 6.60 tbt .
Green. S by Hoyt street
NE'S of SE'4 ____________________- 160 E. D. Abernathy -___ H.36 -- -- --- question of prospective food supplies. vast needs alon;; these ljues.;
I 6 acres inEI.. of SEt of SE'i! less Our
S1. of NWIi! and W!, of NW\\, of '
SEll' ____________________________2; 7 21 100 E. D Abernathy _-_ 9.25 *, acre in NE cur bounded E by "The real question," he said in a boys are enlisted. Many c? them ait .
r Ex4 of El:( of SE}. __.______---98 -' 21 60 E. D. Abernathy ____ 10.:9t Sec. line. S by Ry. W by Blitch placein prepared statement," is whether the Sunday school boys. The
Xh 0' SEli _______________________29 7 21 4" E. D. Abernathy ____ 8.95 Everley's add _______-___________29 6 22 J. A. Wainnght ____ 11.85 shortage will of their new life tjjmptatiom
i' SILAS KITE. Marshal and Collector continue next year and are many. The
NE'4 of NEL4 less: 16 A on W side of army
SWh of NEli and NL; of NW'4 ___33 7 21 120 E. D. Abernathy _-_ 10.65 .- what will be the needs of the allies work of the Y.' M. C. A. ittempU a
..- W 13 A of N4 of NE4! of S\\i. ex- great lore work in its
and America.
the .
cept 6 A in NW cor ___________-_ 2 7 22 8 Willie H. 5app ______ 4.13 POLISH REVOLTS IN AUSTRIAN NEGRO LABORER OF CAMPHOR Despite reduced pr;,fjrams by
WI" of SW,4 _____________________ 2 'i 22 80 M. M. Gritr ________ 34.l5 PARLIAMENT TIE UP CREDITS FARM KILLED MONDAY consumption of the allies, they will be which it gives the boys surrounding!
SEI-, of SWl ____________________ 2 7 22: 40 Unknown _________- 11 31 needing a larger amount of cerealsnext which will Keep them from the vile
NE' of 3 'i 22 .cO S. A. Carter 18.72 ,
4 NW\1\ ---------------------- -------- immoral filth which seeks
f SEl.EI, ______ __ __ S j 22 40 J. C. Gainey _____ 17.31 Situation Confronts Austrian Had Throat Cut year than ever before. The allies rn i 'erywli rtj.
SEt, of NELI ________w---:___.__ 3 7 22: 40 W. W. Coleman __-__ 17.31 Serious By Another Negro- are more isolated in food sources. the destruction of our )'out& The Red
SE 1 of NEt, and NWi of SEli 4 7 22 80 Mn. Carrie A. Mills 29.01 Government. Murderer Escaped. "The allies Cross is abundant in
I _CWl... .nl. .1I-:_-l,: -----_____________un___ I.. .. -"o- 1.11 n _R.. C_. Wi.. m.Ii._ _uu_n________ _Ig..7 n. are dependent upon many: :abors too
SK It of N'lJ of NE'i of NWli of NW!, North America for the vast majorityof numerous to mention. 6. r Florida

l 2' A 4 7 22 3 Unknown ___________ 3.39 schools on Patriotic
COPENHAGEN, June 21.-The revolt Word reached the sheriff's office their food imports. We should be lIaYi j ought to ;

V i. WU NE of cor SWi-of SW'i! except 1 A in 4 7 22 19 Franca Clark ______ 10.10 of the Poles in Austrian Parlia- Monday night that a negro laborer at able to supply sixty per cent of what contribute thousands of''dollars to.

I F- SE', of NW'i 4 7 22. 40 S. S. Chandler u____ 18.10 ment is described by the Vienna cor- the Camphor Farm near Waller, Clay they require. The other forty per cent these worthy causes. j

5 A in SE eor of SEl, of NW, except respondent of the Vossische Zeitungas county, had just been killed by anothernegro. must be made by further denial "We are preparinp nor office
1 A in NE ear __________ -lS._ 5 7 22 4 Andrew Jackson ____ 4.11 up on a
E W4 of E4! of SWl of SE! lees S having produced a crisis in which The murderer had cut his victim's their part and saving on ours. With- suggestive program for th day. Thii

2 A 5 7 22 6 James Johnson ______ 4.33 the position not only of Count Czer- throat, but further particularswere out an adequate food supply no Euro- program, together with lit**'ature Ui
8 A in SE of NEtS of NW'i. being -
e' 646'%eor ft E and W by 5t>0 ft nin, the foreign minister, is threatened lacking, except that in his hasteto pean population will continue to fight plaining the work of the Y| M. C. A..*>

It v s-d R-__.---_--..8 7 22 6 Essie Green ________ 4.41 but that also of Premier Clam- escape he had lost one of his shoes. and we shall find ourselves alone with and the Red Cross, with c{ntributiojl
I r NEof SWl, and all NW\i of SES: Sheriff slips and other matter wilhbe
W of Ry. except 10 A in NW COI'- Martinic. Epperson, Deputy Sheriff Germany against us. mated

20 A and all SW\4 of SE'i W of The government organs in Vienna Cameron and Marshal Kite went out "The Russian revolution was a food from our Jacksonville officj to e\'e1)'r

t. Ry and N of branch, and all EW of hold out hopes that the crisis may be early Tuesday morning to hunt the riot and even yet that ally is school this week. Our as. ciationii'
temporarily .
SE'., of SWi; N of branch 13 A15 7 22 78 Dr. A. J. Bola ______ 35.25 .
SE 4 of NEVi and EV2 of SW; of overcome by granting a few ministerial criminal. On the Middleburg road[ paralyzed. Responsibility restson working hand and heart j-ith these]

SEi; and E's of NEl, of NE\i 5 7 22 80 Jas. Clark ______ 34 78 posts to Polish and other Parlia- found tracks of a negro having only our government for failure of democracy great organizations. We |re hoping
r S J A of NWV of SEl, E of Ry 5 7 22 3 Joe Johnson. Jr 2 74 to make Patriotic
E!i of SWVi of NEVi -______________ 7 7 22 20 Dr. A. J. Boss 3.i9 mentarians. The Vossische Zeitung one foot shod, coming toward Starke, through a shortage of food." Sunday but tHe be-
W'rl of NWVi of NEI, leas 2 A on correspondent, however, points out but near James Hornsby's place the Turning to domestic conditions, Mr. ginning of a sustained program of(.-
N end and less Ry right of way __.. 8 7 22 16 Mry Johnson 10.05 df tracks Hoover said helpfulness which our _
p. : 1 A in NW cor of Wa! of NWVi of NEVi that the defection the Poles is sufficient were seen no more. The quar- this country has been experiencing schos can rea.

W of Ry -----_?------------_ 8 7 22 1 Boston McRae 1.S2 to turn the scales against the ters at Powell's still were searched, as "unprecedented prices and der during the continuance .f the war. '

Beg 2 chns S of NW cot of NEVi of government since the rest of the Slav were several other houses occupied by rampant speculation," citing how mid No matter what an bdi\'idl"l may believe
SWVi and run S 3 ehans. E 10 chans
f N 3 chns. W 10 chns to beg less W bloc already is in opposition. The colored people, but without success. dlemen and all other persons in the as to the rightness if the war.

1 A-2 A ______-______________ 8 'j 22 2 Mar Joiner ________ 2.48 Poles indicated the seriousness of the The officers are still on the lookout for distribution processes have been pus- no Sunday school man or .,oman ao

SWVi SEVi of'NWVi. and S'of NWVi\ of 8 7 22 60 James Clark 12.15 intentions by a decision to vote the murderer. chasing increased supplies to avert individual fail to respond to the call, ---- -- ---------------
SU.; of NEVi of SEli! ____-____10 'i 22: 20 L. M. Little _-__-_-_-_-_-_- 90: against the budget being the first par- shortages. ter to aid those who are} compelled

f SEii of NEH _____________________10 7 22 40 Fred Rhodi-n _______ 17.21SW1i : liamentary group in any belligerent .,. ,v.> '...> .;.. .._'' <.... '*..' ..,> '..,' ?' ..... j... .;.. ,>> '?.> "The average prices to the consumers either to fight in the war, ijr to suffer
of NEl and SWVi of SE'i! ofNWh I.
___-___________-_________n 7 22 60 L. M. Li-ale 22: .27 country aside from a handful of ex- in countries where food adminis because of the results of Jt."
NW4 of NW/ and SE', of NW'\ and treme Socialists, in refusing to vote a J> GET OUT OF YOUR SHELLS. tration is now in effect are lower than .
a Ww. of SWl of NWli and NE', '
of SWVi _______________________ISH'IJ 7 22 100 Mrs. E. B. Dees ____ 10.98 war credit. (!> those now prevailing iJ\ the United To Butter Corn on the Ear.
of NE'i and NE1, of NW, ____16 7 22 120 E. B. Dees _____-__ 6.12 The Polish aspirations, _which recently !' Put Money In Circulation and '!. States," he said. "In England the A spoon with -trainerin Its bowl
SU of NEl, __________________16 'j 22 80 Mrs. E. B. Dees ____ tt5 have ,. price of bread
SELS of SWVi --_?________________16 7 22 40 Cornelius Young _. 4.71 been indicated, aim at Improve Business. ?' is even 25 per cent below to hold butter has fin invented to

SWl of SE1,, _______________________17 7 22 40 Cornelius Young ___?_ 4.71 practically an independent kingdom I !' the price we pay." butter corn on the ear neatly.
612 A in SE'4 of SE">, com 314 ft E openly in an anti-German basis and i "I can't do anything for you .. ---- ,
of SW cor of said SE'i of SE'4! and .. f
have evoked marked displeasure in now; business is too dull is the .
run N 660 ft. E 346 ft. S 660 ft, W ,
346 ft. to beg in Hampton __________19 'j 22 5 Mrs. Annie E. Young 29.70 Germany, even the Cologne Gazette .. answer given to solicitors for;

Lot 2 HuUon's add to Hampton ______19 7 22 Daniel Bellaney _____ 3.29 rebuking the Poles .i v business when Wanted 16
Lot. 3 HuUon'i add to.Hampton. ::----_:19 7 22 Harriet Walters _____ 3.29 sharply.AMERICAN '!. business they approach our ''' : Million BllSi.i
oN'2 01 l'or.6 ana W 01 l'of '{a ana men. If business is dull, +
S'lj; of NE4\ of NWl, less 2 A"in S FLYER IS HONORED then put some life into it. The '
E cor -*-20Na i 22 138 Cornelius Young ____ 12.39 t
of NWli except 12 A in SE cor __.21WL 7 22 68 Corneliua Young _____ 7.55 FOR BRAVERY IN AIR. + principal reason why business has .

of SWl _25SWVi 7 22 80 Paul Bros. _________ 7.65 !' been dull of late is, that so few .:
of SWVi ________________26 1 22: 40 5. B. Woodard ______ 6.12 !' farmers .ness Women for the
NEU of SW)+ and N'jj! of SEVi--__-26 7 22 120 Unknown ___________ 14.03 PARIS, June 20.-Archibald John- come to town. Each far- <' ;
SE', of SEli -27W' 1 22 46 S. B. Woodald _____ 6.12 of '!' mer planted all the land he was ,*
member of the ,
son Lafayette
of SWl of _____________ Pittsburg, a Ii
:: NWVi 27 1 22 20 Walter Hooker _____ 2.13 '!' capable of cultivating his &
SWVi N of Ry -27 7 22 110 Paul BI'OII _________ 14.3 Flying Corps, which is com- '., and
Lots 4 and 13 sub division of NVi of posed principally of Americans has work keeps him too much engaged f

NEt, of NW i -29 7 22 2 Ben Norwood _______ 3.59 ,!. to allow him any spare time to Running of 16 .
Lota 3 4 6 and 6 of blk 31 and EVi of been made a sergeant after a gallant !' leave
Blk 32 in Blanton's add to Hamp- fight, single handed, against two Ger- home, except when unavoidable '!

ton -..-......_____..........__..30 '1 22 P. B. Hunt _________ 3.89 man airplanes in which his 4' But this very fact gives +
W Ly of blk 11 in Hampton ___--_____30 7 22 P. B. Hunt _______-_ 20.30 machinewas ,;, promise of good business later ..
Lot 3 of W 4 of NWVi -31 7 22 10 Luna Hall ___?____ 1.88 riddled with bullets. The engage- on
5 MV'i of .SEri and W!i of E'-i! of S ment occurred over the Chemin-des- when the buying will be in big I!'

E'4 -_""____-"""____"_---32 7 22 CO J R. Dover _w_._ 6.42 !, bunches. The farmers will have !' MillionHomesi
a ,, NE'\', nf'vKl i -------________34NE" 7 22 40 S. B. Woodard _____ 4.00 Dames, on the Aisne front. The Amer- '!
!, of 8EVi except 18 A ___________34 7 22 22 Unknown __________ 1.88 can aviator attacked a German flier, more money this fall than they (0,
Beg at SE cor of NEVi of SEV4 Sec. who was soon reinforced by another. 'i. ever had before and will spend it v i
34 and N
210 W
run yds. 140 yda. S '!>
210 yds. E 140 yds to beg-6 A ______34 7 22 6 E. J. McRae ______ 2.41) Johnson held his own with both until liberally. So there is no use of '! ,

NWVi of NWVi _35 1 22 40 S. B. Woodard _____ .4.00 his machine was almost shot to pieces, ,. pinching on account of poor prospects .. By J. R. HAMILTON 4 I.
SE'i of SW% E of Ry-25 A and 5 for the
: A in SW cor of SWVi of SE'i ____35 7 22 30 H. Bristow _______-_ 9.26 but was able to return to the French 1, future, for the + Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker'a !'Philadelphia
EI of SWli of SEV, and WVi of lines.A prospects are bright. ,

SE'4 of SEri __________________ 2 8 22 40 H. M. Sythmore ____ 5.01 French 4. As the business men jive off '; 'oj
comrade
SB of and took to the air
SWV __.____-_____ ____ 3 8 22 J 292 t N. P 'Cauthen _4_"__r__4 26.56 engaged the Germans and brought ; their customers, so it is their du- '. What America o 5
needs
NE'4 of NWVi __ _____! _- 5 8 22 40 D. ____ ty to return a portion of their '*' today above all things is business]
'. WI... _, ".'U'. ,, _-_---..-.-..-...-.. _. n..... ? W. Moore __ 3.85 down one of them.
--a v* ,} .0Q i 74 pr* v W"4 ana I '! surplus earnings the women And where need
E'a of SE'., of SWl, ??.:_________ 5 8 22 140 Melrose Mfg Co ____ 13.52 to latter in >J' we them most is not in business! offices
'
NEl, of NEV -----_______-________ 6 8 22 4(1( N. P. Cauthen ______ 4.71 HEAVY FIGHTING ON MACEDONIAN the way of buying their labor I but in the homes. What we want is not
El of NEi, of NW, and E'a! of E'i! or the commodities they have to ,.' so much a wc man who

of SWVi --.----___________________ 8 8 22 60 Unknown ___________ 642: FRONT IMMINENT 4 sell. If this had .. can run a kitchen as a woman who knows hoJmu'h
NEi, Of NE' been observed it costs to
and S
1-3 of Eof
..3. .i jl -J I '. a .- ,.. .1 _i .
SEii of NE'i and Wii of SW, of more in the past, we would have ,*' run a kitchen. If we do not get our domestic
NE!, and NW, and 4 science to the
NW'i of up
SW'i! had
and Wij of SWii of SWl ________ British Massing Troops in Thessaly a bigger and better town ':' standard of
9 8 22 320 Unknown ___________ 28.57 $ our commercial science
we
N'j of SE'', --------------------____12 8 22: SO John P. Pratt _______ 9.52 and Withdraw Forces From Struma. now There is not one of our are going to start an epic;
EU of NWii and NW, of NW, and <. business demic of household
EIof SW men who has not work + insolvency that will: startle! the world.',
and S's of NW, of ..
SE', and NI- of SEll of SEl, and .. of one kind or another to give ,* Ninety per cent of our matrimonial unhappiness i is due not to
5of NE'!, of SE', less 5 A in N LONDON, June 21.-The out, and now is the time to have <.' ;
E cur ... ..____ 8 massingof temper nor temperament but to
13 22
--- -- -- ------- 295 Brooklyn Land Co 26.85; it done. On common ordinary domestic
All SW, of NEI, N of R R-26 A ? entente troops in Thessaly, south of account of the war *' -

i and all SEll of NE',-.10 A and 5 the center of the line now held by Gen exigencies, which nnkes the cost ..' bankruptcy.There .

! -a' E'4 A\ in--NE----cor--of -S!-::-of----NE'-,-_of__-S 13 8_ 22 70 Unknown ___________ 7.02 Sarrail's forces, taken in connection .. depend of everything so high, those who .... is no money in the family till ; the books won't balance .
\EI. of NEtS and 2 A in NE cor of with the withdrawal of British forceson on their labor for their I the cash is ;

SE'i of NEi, ------------_ _____14 8 22 42 Isaac M..chellUnknown ______ 5.01 the extreme eastern wing along the living have truly "a hard row to '. ; overdrawn ; and the partners are at war. That'14,
8 A in SW cor of SWl, of SEll ______14 8 22 8 __________ 1 16 .. hoe and the that's
story the
those
lower whole
who ;
NI reaches of the assist in
of NW, of NE', and W. and Struma river, can story. And in most of such cases ;,,
;
: I NWI of SEl ------------?-______14 8 22: 3SO R. D. Clayton 33.07 seemingly is an indication that big making the task easier should do >. even Reno becomes ,
S'_ of NW' of NL', _--_____________14 8 22: 20 Anderson Mitchell-----_-_ 1.88 I' events in so. The farmer shows an unbearable expense.: I if
are the in his "' ;
? SW, and NW!, of SE' ____ making the Mace- pa-
I ------- 15 8 22 200 N. P. Cauthen ______ 17.43 ; Nearly at the
1 .EI. of NE', and EI- of SE', of N donian theatre in an attempt to retake triotism by producing all the food '. every tug heartstrings begins with a lug at tie!

I Ei, -------------___I_______________22 8 22 EO D. W. Moore _____ 6.42 Serbia, or at least that portion of ; he can, the you. ; men show *' pur-;("- (rings. *
SWl Of NEI, and lots 1 :2 3 and 4 __22: 2.: 225: Melrose Mfg Co _.__ 20.30 '.; theirs ; <
NEt, of NEl, and EL of NWli of N it as far as Nish, through which runs by registering for army If the}\ women of America have
E'4 ---- ______ S the famous ; service let the business ; the brains to maintain mane
--?----? ? 23 22 60 W. A. King ________ 7.84 BerJin-Constantinople rail- ; man '
N\\ ', of NWLi ------------------____23 8 22: 40 R D. Clayton ______ 4.71 .; show his in ; of the equalities which they now
S\\'I. of NEl, less 10 A in NE cor and a more substantial enjoy, they must also] have the .

E's of NWl and NE', of SW, way.Along the Vardar and Morava river ; way than simply decorating his ; brains or acquire the science to run their honicb '
and SEi, Of SW, less 10 A in SE 4 house with flags. Let him show. along/ commercial
Cur ----- ________24 valleys northward through Serbia .. lines.
8
------------------- 22 1 QI) Brooklyn Land Co __ 16.66
!\' of SE'i of NWl, of NW'i! _____25 8 22: 5 Chas. Scott ____ 1.22 undoubtedly would prove easier ground that the flags really mean something 'J j ,
1 NW'4! of SE', --------------_______.26 8 22 40 Unknown _____-______ 4 24 over which ;j to him. ';. The chief problem of domestic science is how to
Lots 5 and 6 ------__________________ 1 9 22 80 Melrose Mfg Co .____ 6.76 to operate than northward Wake ttike a ce1'j1
N 26 2-3 A of SE1, of NE', -________17 5 IS 27 W. C. Allen! _____ 2.91 along the Stroma and through wes- up, business men and do tain income of money and live up to it ; not over it>, and note
for
something the
'B..M. BOWLING Tax Collector. tern Bulgaria to the prosperity of
junction of the necessarily under it
but
; how
to make
railway at Sofia. the town. Let Starke be known all of your bill balance
-- ,; for something mo'-p 'e.o that certain amount of cash. {
TOWN TAX NOTICE. No impediment is being progressive 1
Notice is hereby !given that the following described lands will be placed in ; than ,
sold
at Public Auction chimneys from
the First Monday in July. 1917. it being the 2nd day of said month at Starke, in the County on of the way of the troops that have been .; buildings burned. ,' Naturally the only way to do this is to plan youf expend-!

Bradford State of Florida. or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for landed at Thessaly, and with the departure pointing heavenward tures. And the
: taxes herein set opposite the same, together with the cost of such sale and advertising. of former King Constantine .. and the absence of local advertising .. only way to know the cost of what you are going I

I DESCRIPTION OF LAND Sea Twp. Bee. Acre Owner Taxes & from the country the people are declared ]let in the local paper. If you .., to buy, is to compare the prices at which other} people aye selling. '

S. E. Costa to have become more friendly to ... loose some of your money ... These comparative prices
are published in the advertising(
I Lot 3 of blk 42, Livingston Truby & the entente allied that others may live it is like '. I'-

Co's sub div'sion --------_______________________ Julius Butler ________$ 1.80 their adherence in cause by placing *, casting bread upon the waters, .*. columns in every i issue of this paper. No shrewd n 'rc.lant hide
Blk 1, Alvarez add -------_______________________ E. T. Campbell _____ 37.20 the provisional gov- .. it will return his
Blk! 9. Temples! : add ___ ernment of Venizelos. to you-buttered. light under a bushel. Whenever he
.. ---:.--:---': ,------------- -w---- Miss Eunice E. Canosiu Never has anything good toj
UIK D, **i\'iiiKsiuii, iruuy at uo's "a __.__._____.__.. 4H.OO mind the war. never mind .. offer he j
sub division ____ ____ ___________ you, puts it over his signature in 4
the these cohlmliS.So :
1 lot Ins ft square----in---SW- --cor----of-SW4of Rose Cox ___________ 3.38 GREEN'S AUGUST FLO'VER. hard times; the times are. >' !
e
SWH _____________:2 6 Has been used very much as we make them. If '. the first thing i
--------- $ 22 E. W. Driirgers ____ 1.80 for all ailments that .. you gain by following the advertising is'a :
5 A in SE cor of of SEI _____ 1
SEH 29 6 22 Mrs. we persist in .
-- A. E. Driggers_ 8.85 are caused retiring into shells choice
i Lots 2 3 and 4 of blk 23 Temple by a disordered ston-ach .. always of the best that is being offered A
; add ___________ ..._ and inactive liver like snails, instead of being in each line. .k
--------- ----- __. _.___.... T. R. L. Daughtry ._ 2.64 such as sick headache ,.. up when these :
All blk 36 Livingston Truby & CO' and doing, times will ., merchants realize that
they
constipation always be so of
'. sub vision -------------______________. ._______-?____ R. M Ellerson ______ 11.25 sout stomach, nervous e, hard. advertising many you are ',sing .
Lots 3 and 4 of blk 33 Liv mgston. Tru- indigestion, fermentaon of food r 4 day by day as the basis for your buying depefd =

by & Co's sub division ----__.________ .___--_______?-_ R. M. Elletvon _____ 9.15 palpitation of the heart caused by upon it they you ray ? -|
S 22 ft of lot 4 and N 10 ft of lot in gases )4)444' ." 4taa4 are going to stretch every possible t maintain'
the point
'
6 of blk 20 in Starke --?----------_________-___ __ Mrs. D. L. Francis_ 27.00 stomach. August Flower is I4 I 44 your interest. j
1 lot com at NE cor of blk "C" Jones a gentle laxative, regulates digestion: i !
add. and running N 110 ft. W 210 both in !. tt:

ft. S Ito ft. E 210 ft to beg _--------_?__.____________ Mrs. D. L. Francis _. 48.30 stomach and intestines!' cleans Greeks Made Use of Tin. If you will follow this plan for a short time will find
Lots 5 6 7 and 8 of blk 10 in Starke ----_______________ Mrs. A. Floreus _____ 25.65 anc sweetens the stomach and alimentary The Greeks in the Homeric times that yoS ,
1 lot 2'j ft N and S by 105 ft E canal, stimulates tha liter you are merchandising your home in the samtt| that '!
',: and W. bounded N by land of Wm. ti secrete were familiar with the metal tin. Cop- these way
Edwards, E by Bay street S by land : the bile and impurities from the per tin and gold were used .He business men merchandise their stores. You ll become
by
of Mrs. J. S. Wynn ---.--------_____?______________ Mrs. Eva Fernandez 2 40 bc.od.! : 25 and 75 cent o0'H'i. Sold phaestus in as shrewd at i
1 acre in SW cor of NWH of SEH and .,' C. P Cason. welding the famous shieldof buying as they are. Your books will beyn to b3l
1 A in NW cor of SWH of SE'4 :2S 6 22 Achilles. Twenty :
-- 2 Mrs. Eva Fernandez 42 75 layers of tin were ance and will
+ discover
you
? A bounded S by South street W by In the cuirass of that you are the head of big Saeessful
land of S. A. Bryan S by land ofF' Tell it to the : : Agamemnon.:: No allusion institution A ,
Mrs. Miller Telegraph and you tell to tin Is fotiml In known as a Prosperous
i; ---- ------------------------- R. S. Fernandez_?_ 7.35' everybody. Adv rtise. j the "Odys- Home.
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JUNE 22, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE NINE 4

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3 obstructed light not a general com- CrandalFs :.y oti ttca it I man In yofr sujul tu ve?, gt'ller41-lll I. Englishman nuT loyalf: M. JOHNS, > j

modity about} Government House, to "Be at the dock at .", to'In. Friday! to 'I your signal tower!" pleading uOW.11 hope Special Master.J !

I' ; urge In defense of profanation. For see you and the others off, Miss Ger- "Suppose; the Germans have a spy In had sped and the vision t f.

side the her guest carried under her arm a son," Reynolds {' iU! '.l after her. "Mustgo my signal; tower or anywhere here," subsequent investigations I i

sheaf of plans-by sterling architectsof now-mom In 3 crowd of busted citizens 'he began argumentative "Suppose record appalled him '.,
they learn awry nook and corner of SALE. j
waiting at the consulate to be
trl. women's fancies-and the Imp ofenvy dall sat down at his that I. W. J Ep- 1;
would not allow the governor'swife fed Ta-ta!" Reynolds: collided with the Rock-ba"e the caliber and range to write."I County. Slat of t
tines Jaimlhr Khan at till' double I:OOrs. of every guns In our defense.: They of that eeitam J
: to have peace until she had devoured I don't know-at any i
so. and under the teal of i
11 "A young man who wishes to see couldn't capture Gibraltar In a thou-
t tOo)f every pattern. She paused in have you talking around County, State -
General Fahib. He will give no sand years. .
you Rhoden. and in fa
.mock horror at the threshold of her going to Paris.
nee ; "I don't know what dated the 26th day .a-
name but he says a promise you madeto they want, Cap
EARL ERRAND DIGGERS husbands sanctum. hour per returned with the injured air ota Capper dropped his hat otter for sale and.
see him-by telephone an ago.
"g1. ,
: bidder for cash at '
"Rut of the bell Jalmihr Khan } i
George, dear
iota should
be
you "Show man whose worth fails of recognition."I .
;: Mr. Rejnolds (out Jaimlhr! the town of Starke, ,
IlIi '- out by this time, you know," Lady the general ordered. "Then you may only came here to warn you that the doors so suddenly on Monday, the 2nd j
:1 BERT WELLS RITCHIE: Crandall rxpostiilated. I1ss Gerson have said he was right the same being a
np4 : bring the young man in. your Captain Woodhouse Is taking orders during the legal l'j
hC 1915. by the Bobbs-M and I have som'thlng-oh, tremendously from Berlin." the time. General descr,bed real es l d

Of rill Co. Important-to do here." She "Come-come, man! Give me'some that his ,orderly be lying in Bradford ',

'olat. ,I I made H sly gesture of concealing the CHAPTER XII. proof to back up this cock and bull the subaltern appeared to-wit corner: of SWll of ..{

bundle of stiff! drawing paper she car. Capper Plays His Cards story," General Crandall snapped. handed him a sealed note. thence East 484 f't"t.

; SYNOPSIS ried. Geiral: Crandall, who had risenat TlR. BILLY CAPPER who had. "Here It Is. general-all I've got of "Orderly turn this feet' ntrth 418 Section1 feet '' fi
in
"1W[jftrlous to the outbreak of the Eu- the arrival of the two invaders, TM In truth telephoned to Government the story. The real Woodhouse comes Sergeant Crosby 'at and lying 22 East i

- ipr Jane Gcibon, buyer for a hewb.ate made a show at capturing the plans I I House and secured down from somewhere up In the NileI manded "and give the J. EPPERSON'. !'

fur. meets Paris a He Captain tells her Woodhouse he Is en his wife held behind her back. Jane *! the privilege of an Intervieweven I don't know where-and puts up for note." Then to Capper: County Fla.

-phi"glpeEYyDt.iwL bubbled laughter at the spectacle of before the arrival of Woodhouse the night In Alexandria to wait for the to Algeciras where you 6-t tt, ,

lal meets Billy Capper an- so exalted a military lion at play. The to report and had paced the paths of ;Princess Mary. No friends In the town a train for Madrid. You ,

do 'a la spY.lierliii.. She promises him a general possessed himself of the roll the Alarneda since, blowing hot and you know; nowhere to visit. Three ticket for Paris and 20 *. ;;
1 cold his followed the Fla., June 4. 1917, :
on resolutions
I&tY I'u pd'A number with the WilhelmIJfi.k drew a curled scroll from It and Wilhelmstrasse men In Alexandria, pense en route. You will them by the School\ '

! : Then Woodhouse meets Louisa gravely studied it soft footed Indian Into the presence of headed by that clever devil Cook or to talk to no one alone l> of Public Instruct !
:r observed by some American tour- t'
General CrandalL hereby order an else _
lit, "Miss Gerson he Koch, who calls himself a doctor now.
I Sherman and family. said with delib- Gibraltar and under no Tax: School Pis
Hnry
of to me" he i
_WA the is eration "this looks to me like a planof "Awfully good you see Somehow they get hold of the real will you be allowed to day of July. A. D; ; ,
( name assumed
D hfoodbouse ) Is in babbled he stood before the desk
as .
: .
tohe and three trustees fop ,:,
Woodhouse do for him-what Idon't
Is slot ltb Louisa to Impersonate an Eng- Battery B. I am surprised that turning his hat brim through his fingers I am governor general at the amount at fj
'
; ..i officer of that name who Is to b* you should violate the hospitality of like know-probably kill' the poor J. V. Edwards T. Bt I
or ti paajetfed from Wally Haifa to take Government House by doing work a prayer wheeL devil. CHAPTER appointed a| a .1.
spy General Crandall bade him *
; be seat-
of the signal tower at Gibraltar
,re V shop from "General I saw with my own eyes f ( 7.
'* Voodboiwe, by agreement purloins Cap- its bedroom windows. ed. "I baten't forgotten you did mea Her Country's R. rOPPELL, i ,
R>; pft WUhelmstrasio number. "Foolish! You've got that upside service in Burma he added. an unconscious British officer being you know my Seereiar}} I ,

117 y' TT9o41>ous proceeds to Alexandria and down for one thing," Lady Crandall ''Oh, ye, of course," Capper managed carried away from Koch's house In Maxwell is I'
. 'lDr J
Ramlch in
.ft Kami*'* seeks Dr. Koch a German liP)'. chided "and besides, it's only a chartof to answer. "But that was my Job.I an automobile-two men die with envy Taxes for Bradford ;
Dyle't Hi ibovs him the number. Capper ap- what the lady of Government House got paid for that" with him. Capper fixed the governor me in this!" t with the boaru 1}
n and makes trouble. with a lean index finger dramatically."And said county nl tl!*
l part hopes soon to wear if she can get the "You're not with the Brussels secret The plump little on the :2nd I d.-v I i* ,
'Woodhou.' rise; rvftch's suspicions. I saw the man you just this
goods. service people any longer, then?' went house standing o'cl1a. m.. rj
rei Cspper secretes himself In a neighboring morning received ns Captain Wood- fij
from day ti day
and spies on Dr. Koch.tappet "You see, General Crandall, I'm attacking The question hit Capper hard. His length mirror in her .
!4 pritn house leave Dr. Koch's house five minutes shall !H m>{"- :a
Government House at Its weak- fingers fluttered to his lips. herself with Intense eomo'.tinu and
)e Bees the real Woodhouse borne after that rll'\"ll-the real
X I oatIIICODs.lous:: from Dr. Koch's house est point" Jane laughed. "Been here "Xo general. They-er-let me go. pour arms and neck burst \alu! of any rr.'i,
Woudhoust>-had IXMMI carried ot! fixed l J.y the eoum
to t mi follows the pseudo Woodhouse to Cikaltar less than twelve hours and alreadythe Suppose you heard that-and a lot of the clinging sheath of the perfecting reviewirl

'. The latter stops overnight with most important member of the other, things! about me; that I was a That's Illr..a- 'ii I took the same boat ble gown that was Jane !' for the tij
jotefh Alroer. proprietor of the Hotel with him to Gibraltar.: : General; Cran- )
rotter-that I drank"- ceur for official protection.
toa tpkadlde and a German spy. Louisa Is garrison has surrendered." dall-lieia-iM-! ij.-1 |aid it was my June A. D. IPI;. J
'. it Gibraltar In disguise. ''Themerlcan sahib Reynolds," "What I heard was not altogether of morning light; pouring WAINWRIGHT J
duly in \\ ,111ur..
; .
mullioned windows Assessor of k-
is-, Henry Sherman and family are stopping chanted Jaimlhr Khan from the double complimentary, the other answered "In-H'il": : T. DOW LING.Taxtj
i It the Splendide. Suddenly Jane Gerson doors and almost at once the breezy judiciously. "I trust It was untrue." .. seemed a pink and white CommisMoneii.
5- "l'"e t'i ',: t : eral. I; '
iv.
I ri'p'er in bloom
lltwm having with difficulty left Paris Capper's embarrassment Increased. what florid-lily 6-15-H.I
consul ..,
!
burst into the room. He salutedall ,' '
strait a boat nni i"a' ( < f.'f' t'.nute:
Hildebrand's buyer
to tell the on
jUj! "Well you truth General
three with an expansive gesture of 'a.<. ., ," ,.. .. ..f ,'> n .'< c
American wife GIrt2Ufs i''en-'Cs -
Ii >laJjr Crandall the of Crandall-ah-I did go to pieces for a with deft: fingers busy J
If | governor, visits the Splendide Is the hands. folds of the skirt, for the Town rf
time. I've been playing a pretty short with th- board *l
with Jane's simples of gowns "Morning governor! Morning Lady .
IttKbted ( mouthful of pins: the eninir 'f
string for the last two years. nut'he --- / "'\! on >
M gad, Invites her to stay at Government Crandall, and same to you. Miss Ger- tt" '' f.,. "J1 ;" : of hearing en( .
o.ee. Woodhouse encounters Jane but broke off his whine in n sudden accession \1; "'- : "Poor Cynthia! My '
e son. Dear dear! This is going to be ': I It u tn the :
lndef any previous meeting. of passion-"they can't keep .: It.'gil:1 to her." ,, personal. a. flv'l' :{
a bad day for me, and it's Just start j"1. > ) needn't! taxes, and of M-!: k
gd e, Aimer Informs Woodhouse that a friend ice down much longer. I'm going to I > "Oh. it Lady |
,'j *fc stationed at Government House and ed. The little man was wound up show 'em!" ,''11r'' ; J'I swered with a tilting of 'A. D. 1917.the n>*e 1

-t/Jat: from the signal tower every mine like a sidewalk top and he ran ou General Crandall looked his surprise. ," ,"''>>; .';. '', "" -, -rtr.rlI; ,I. "II Iowa style nose. "The } June. A. D. 117. ek'f
. <>to th* harbor can be exploded. The Erit-: without stopping: I,, .. / ". I@J has made bleed WAINWRIGIir. .
'. :'tth I fleet Is due.Woodhouse "G 'neral, I'm an Englishman. You /" I ,,' ... -- son me Assessor of T.x<",. ..""
,J "General Sherman have -
might got know that I be down and out 1 here on the Hock with S. \TTKEWP 4:'<
may
., pays his respects to General'Crandall. some real force into his remarks about I, fond mamma sends her Town Cuu-."I.I :t'
and old friends It
not know me i7'3 14oncr
. { and Capper follows to Inform my may .
r s I upon him and tells of his experience at war if he'd had a Job like mine. Miss when we meet-but I'm English and ; But honestly: isn't this a -

1'1: 'fotnleh. Gerson-news! Heard from the Sax. I'm loyal!" Capper was getting a gripon ,\; I tV1: --, rQ- -\ a staid middle aged Council. of the Town,

f onla. Be in harbor some time tomor- himself; be thought the patriotic \\r -=--. :. "I, ,' self? I'm afraid I'll have No. 90 provide tar';
I A tall heavy set man with graying ( "
row and leave at C sharp following line a safe one to play with the commander J ., ". ,0 ting past the censor. Street Ini[>rou-mt;its
r bUr and mustache rose from a broad Jane ],,\ "'" 0 } plumed herself with secret .
morning. clapped her hands.
: of a fortress. I .U .' said work bas
btn :
desk at the right of a largeroom, and "I've wired for accommodations for all "Yes yes. I don't question that, I'm 1 jil'/I'f' Jane looked up puzzled. the Town and '
OJ
pranced with hand outstretched in of Just Rotten : : "Oh that's old Lady roll was prc5at.l t srlI
you. got the answer. sure, the general grunted and he began I, which tV'l
1\\ .
welcome. Engimer
cordial accommodations; but. thank heaven.I to rillle some papers on his desk feet dragon the (' names of the n...tn. :

Captain Woodhouse of the signal won't be aWe to hear what you say petulantly., -. 1 tled on. "('tor old (dear the deserplii'ii

''f service? Welcome to the Rock captain the Lord put her on the sod improver,Jts A
about when otl' at !
me re seanythln Capper pressed home his point 1 : 4 of front feet the .'..t
Need you here. Glad you've ".\ ;: will do." Jane broke In. just want you to keep that in mind iOOr( purpose. Her own tie amount ir

wane.: "I'm not particular. I rant to sailthat's general, while I talk. Just rememberI'm and higher. I believe if assuse and,!. and.tint.L:sl #
;Woodhouse studied the face of his presented at court she'd
all. EnglNh-and loyal. / roll was ty

mperlor In a swift glance as he shook The consul looked tlll tel'l.'d. The governor nodded Impatiently. bT old Scotch lady who passed on the l ih

' bind A broad full face It was "Urn! That's what I came to see Capper leaned: far over the desk and < y1-J{ j1 of decollete! but preserved' ;. formally ad'.phg

kindly, Intelligent perhaps not so about. General CrandalL" He began In an eager whisper: "... :,>: If/$ W'o spect by wearing a rod : Town of Stark, jnd
you : I I"I'm
... You must meet did further rit
(} ;% 4i ,. protector.
alert to the set of and mouthu "General remember Cook-that
as eyes Jerked his head around toward the chapin each lot or l'Antof
-
it had been In younger days when with birdlike Rangoon-the polo player?" The -1 / afraid I won'tae\ '! roll the ;*,f-
t governor a pertness. ii "
,
,
a look at your dragon, foot as contain ;in
the stripes of service were still to be "What are you going to do with this other looked blank. "Haven't forgot with a little laugh, all i
;; teen General Sir George Crandall ten him general-how he lived In punished toe--r t
, lady, sir? Jane waited the answer -
young that Sir George has '
German embodying isrr-
a pre the Impression of a man content breathlessly. Burma two years, mingling with the a Spy Sasonla assessment roll t"fe
tan laU on the :
I k | Mt his honors though curbed his tongue. "Woodhoue lsD"working 3'E. weeks' in "U.e
| on -
scrupnjously "Why-um-really, as far as we'reconcerned" English, until one day somebody discovered : Tou really! must"-
alone the Hock can be and, S
on ;
"-. attentive to the routine of bUpdtion. you
, #
Sir George answered slow. his naiui- was Koch and that sure of that lIe's got friends to help eyes of Lady Crandall fell and notice {,MI- F

lie motioned the younger ly "we'd be glad to have her stop here he was a mighty unhealthy chap to him turn whatever trick he's after of plans-potent Delphic owners above that decrrld V1' ;
to draw chair to the desk. indefinitely !f>ou't llelenl""Of have about the fortifications? Sure-
in a up you agree maybe in this very house. They're charm the heart of I 19th day of J.+\e,

;'"111 yesterday on the Princess! Mary. course, but"- ly"- clever people you tan mark that dowt scattered about upon' the that milt ;

t I'presume captaiuT'kTes "It's this way," the consul interrupted "Yes, I remember him now. But on your slate!" Jane sat back: 01h.r object ty to owner any H",.'ho.

general. Didn't report to you Lady.Crandall.. "I've arranged/ to what"-
"Itldiculousl"! The keeper of the veyed the melting folds provided ouch y
en arrival because I thought it wouldbe get Miss Gerson aboard, provided, of "There was Hollkter too. You tock was lighting not to believe now. fin artist's eye. : said Town Clerk)*-
time aud I didn't want to billiards In club with 1417. in "fifing,
tea ,
quite course you approve. played your "Why, I tellou if they had a huu- "If you only knew what
disturb"- "You haven't got a cable through re- Hollister, I fancy. Thought him all
...
dred of their spies: inside the lines me to get back with my that no written < -
, Bigttr! General Crandall tipped garding her?" the general asked. "Her right too, until a couple ,of secret If they knew the Hock as well as I do- of French beauties! taid Town l>rk

! back In his swivel chair and appraised passports-lost-lot of red tape, of service men walked into the club one they could never take it." screwed! up my courage ( as roll prov.Jid s

t his new officer with satisfaction. "Ererything course." day and clapped handcuffs on him. Capper rose wearily the air of a misunderstood ago to go to od! .. IT RESOLVED! lr a

quiet on the upper Nile? Germans "Xot a line from Paris Lyon" Reyn- Remember that, general?" I man on him. him to send me abroad as Town and of eomiJtnl Starke that liy

not tinkering with the mullah olds answered. "Miss Gerson says the The commander exclaimed snappishly "Perhaps they aren't trying to cap- been studying! drawing a\ I Engineer and as M

yet to start insurrection or au.Uhiuglike ambassador could vouh for her, aud""Indeed that be could not see his visitor's ture it. I know nothing about that roll prepare.! by A-
nights for three years in resolution of this
r thtU"Rfgbt: i r
be could Jane started Impulsively
drift Well, I've done my duty as one Eng- see-he roared like hereby are rattled,
you
fI as a trivet, sir Woodhouse toward the general. "It was "I'm just refreshing your memory, lishman to another. I hope I've told lion he is mid said I was being the jnst.end
answered promptly. "Of course we're his wife arranged my motor for in* hastened to reassure, chargeable against
!general, Capper you in time. I'll be going now. But I cooed and pleaded' \ fronting and ,
"
anticipating some such move by the and advanced me money. that there: isn't him their
"just reminding you General Crandall swung on according to>>
said could trial
tuemy-agents working in from Eryth- General Crandall looked down into much difference between a German sharply. "Where are you going?" he I < ono mi accruing there s

rea-holy war of a sort perhaps, but her eager face indulgently.! and an ELglis'auiau, after all-it the demanded. "He'll per' like a I nssj('n uetion of said im
I think our people have things well In get back: Lady ruim'.al; !
"You really 81'0't'ry anxious to sail German wants to play the Englishman Capper shrugged his shoulders hope by the said t
bane a pat on tinlirotiu" head a' of the said .._-
Miss Gerson? and knows his book. He can lessly. Now was the mute he'd of r-operty assessed!
"Maj IK'. If I "anlip
;The general stretched a band across "General Crandall I'm not goodat .
\cry fool a lot of no been counting on-the peeling of with little baskets proportion 01 the y.
the desk. my improvements,
these 'please spare my lover1 "Granted. But I don't see what all crackling notes from a fat bundle that notice
ail'I! ,
Your I other buyers are over ;
I'll
papers please captain. receipt speeches the girl began, her lips
this has to do with""Listen the handsome words of appreciation. owners of the'iu-
order of transfer and you'llbe lot tearfuly! for mouev to get said notice '
your tremulous. "Bnt it means a to me shall
trem-
general Capper was Surely General Crandall was ripe. x
lug their tiriii to stud a n of aid a,*4ts -
a member of forthwith
-
our garrison I've foughtmy
-to job cai"er.
go my my In his "I'm just in broke. trail'
bling eagerness. "Well general, frankly-I'm owners ;have
fetch them -wh I gnus '
.
this far and !here I am-and
assessments within
way Alexandria. Came the Princess -
from on Haven't a shilling to bless myself "
Captain Woodhouse brought a thin there's the sea out there. If I can't mine all right. first publicatiijn of
Mary. There was nu Englishman with. I thought perhaps" Capper otherisefeaid t
sheaf of folded from his breast aboard Saxoni.-t
papers step the Friday mornIng -
aboard bound for Gib. Name was shot a keen glance at the older man"sfnce. lien against jirop-;
pocket and passed It to his superior.He It-It will break my heart." (Continued Next in OrdinnncJi No.
Captain Woodhouse, of the signal which was partly turned from *
kept his eyes steadily on the gen Gibraltar's master honed his chin sen-ice.' him. The general appeared to be pondering + + + + 44LEGAL+ + + + + meeting of the
eral's. face as he scanned them. for minute.
thoughtfully a 19, 1917.
"Quite right What of that? General turned the f e
lie abruptly' ou spy.
"C G. Woodhouse chief signal officer "Um. I'm sure I don't want to break MATTHEWS.
Crandall looked up suspiciously. "A few drinks and you might talk- + ftt'F'. + + + + +
Ninth Haifa"General of Council.
greaadlers, Wady anybody's heart-not at my age. miss.I .
Crandall conned the transfer see no good reason why I should not "Have you seen Captain Woodhouse, he challenged. ADMINISTRATOR'S Non(% 6-22-lt. t
"
Aloud running his eyes rapidly down general? Capper grinned deprccatingly.! "1don't SETTLEMENT.
the lines "Not a half hour agu. He called to know geiieral-I might," he NOTICE is hereby given that
of the form. "Right Now 917. I will present to the
captain when my orderly comes"A rejuirt. murmured. "I've been away from Bradford County Florida my Cough r

subaltern entered and saluted. "Seemed all right; to you-this Wood- the drink so long that""Where and vouchers of the estate of grippy feelings
ceased and apply for the
"This Is Captain Woodhouse." Gen- house? Capper! eyed the other's face do you want to go?" General ; and for my final discharge as ccld.J. are
'
'eral Crandall Indicated Woodhouse t narrowly Crandall cut him off. "Of course tor. why we should t.

who had risen. "Kindly conduct him "Of course. Why not?" you don't want to s ly'here Indefi 917.Dated this the 30tb day of Discovery handy.

to "Remember Cook general! Remember A. Z.
Major Bishop who will assign himto nitely. fight the

quarters. Captain Woodhouse, we Hollkter Capper warned. "Well-if I had a hit of money Administrator ceased Slarke.of the Fla.estate of loosen their.hold

-Lady Crandall and I-will eipectj General Crandall exploded' Irritably: they tell me everybody's expel these

:j you at Government House soon to "What the devil do you mean? What Paris-millionaires! and everybody, you Master's Sale. system. You

make your bow over the teacuponeof are you driving:: at, man?" know. You can got any hotel room Hereby notice is given balsams soothe li

Lady Crandall's Inflexible rules for "What d> I mean? I mean this chap for the asking. That would be heaven and by virtue of that tissues strain f

new recruits you know. Good day.ait" I who calls himself Woodhou Isn't for me-if I had something in my Tee of foreclosure made promote rest and

Woodhouse at all. lie's a German spy pocket. of the 8th Judicial Circuit : : sold. 50c, !

Woodhouse, out In the free air again 1 -from the Wilhelnistras!:e-with a "You want to go to Paris. eh?" General in Chancery sitting, in Used for nearly .

drew in a long breath and braced aa.J. number: from the Wilhelm trasse.: He's Crandall stepped closer to Capper Court for Bradford County ((3))

back his shoulders: lie accompanied on the Rock to do a spy's work." and his eyes narrowed in scorn. the 25th day of May, A. -

.. the subaltern over the trails on the "You really are very anxious to sail, "l'sbawll! did Brussels I: let you "If it could IK arranged, yes. gen fat or of J. W. Andrews &
"
Rock to the quarters of Major Bishop Mist Gerson. go?" General l Crandall tipped back In eral. Capper was spinning the brim plainants and against E. Solved

chief signal olHcer under whom he his seat and cast amused glance at et al as defendants.The .
let you go If nothing happens mean an of his bowler between nervous fingers. soils and ,crops!

Woe to be junior ia command. But while to make me change my minu." the flushed face before him.Capper He did not dare meet the other's undersigned as Is purely nat-

one regret marked his first visit to He beamed good humor on her. shook hN bead doggedly.I'm glance. I will offer for sale in front oho\\'in!: a Defer

Government House-he had not caught "Bless you. general! she cried. "Hil- not drunk. General Crandall. I'm "Demmit, Capper you come hereto house in Starke, Florida, is du* euilrely

even a glimpse of the little person 'debraud's will mention you in its ad- so broke I couldn't pet drunk if I blackmail me! I've met your kind gal hours of sale on :\ !- crops for a

calling herself Jane Gerson. buyer. vertisements." would. So help uie, I'm telling God's before! I know how to deal with day of July, A. D. 1917, to and warmth.

But he had missed by a narrow mar- "Heaven forbid! General Crandall truth. I got it strai ht"- Capper your Ilk!" and best bidder for cash, considera-

gin. Piloted by Lady Crandall Jane cried in realll'rturbation. heeked his tumult of words and did "So help me, general, I came here described property, easily tie supplied

had left the vaulted breakfast room Jane turned to Lady Crandall and some rapid thinking. How much did to tell you the truth. I want to go to ford County, Florida, is !:solved t

for the larger and lighter library took both her hands. he dare reveal! "In Alexandria gen Paris or anywhere away from here. 1-4 of the NE 1-4 of Sec. \ r

which Sir George had converted to the "Come to my room." she urged with eral-got it there-from the inside, sir. Ill admit that. But that had nothingto of Range 22 E. Except t

1 purpose of an office. This room was a an air of mystery. "You know that Koch I is the head of the Wllhelnmra: do with my coming all the way the NE corner lying and @llectua!,

ort of holy of holies with Lady Crandall evening gown-the one In blue? It', crowd there-the same Cook you knew here from Alexandria-spending my square and also two acres has more money

i to be Invaded If the presiding yours Lady CrandalL I'd give anotherto In RaiiOMUi. lie engineered the trick. last guinea on a steamer ticket-to I comer lying and being price of i'pack

icnlns could be caught napping or the general if he'd wear it Now one The wildest! dreams of the Wilhelm- wars i d tour (iisccr Till ID North and South and two Enquirer.'r : .

I tolled to complaisance. This morning Dttlng and"- BtrasM? h:1l1. ILe !rre. TLe: ,rgot a East and West ,


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Pablo Beach St. Augustine Jacksonville Raiford Tuesday afternoon. *
I LAKE BUTLERS Poppell and wife w're "
and Crawford.Mr. Mr. N. T. Ritch, president of the Sunday. J'isitorl';,

I and Mrs. G. C. Wooten spent Bradford County Bank, Starke, with Col. Truma.T. G. Fuu-l
lake last his and Mr. A. V. Mr. A. C. Whitaker, .proprietor of ,; of
several days at Kingsley family, Long, were was in town last week. Jjln
in Raiford afternoon.Hon. the Lake Butler Bakery, has movedto
week. Tuesday real fat the high '
County News Items Quite a large number of our citi- A. S. Crews, representativefrom Palatka, having bought the Palatka not hurt him. We are r stkf c ]Iii

; zens met at the Women's Clubhouselast Bradford county, was one of the Steam Bakery where he will take our old friend again j iighted",
Thursday afternoon to witness speakers in town Tuesday. charge. He leaves his brother, Mr. Cupid has made :
\ Laf e BUUf
R. A. Whitaker to take of the
charge
and assist in the raising of largeU.
a headquarters of late, '
.* latcrutinj Facts Gathered During the Week by Our S. flag. After the pole had been MILLER. Lake Butler branch. Mr. Whitaker is branch exchange here ,!ltablli\be =:-I:.

Regular Correspondents. set and one salute from the cannon, a hustling business man and it must and notaries have been Ie
be acknowledged by all of our citizens pt quj tI
the flag was raised by some young lately. With all the
The at the FreeWill that he and his brother natural e.r,hanrea
protracted meeting
girls. Prayer was then offered by Mr. : are only one of these worttff '
r -...... J. D. Randall, followed by a readingby Baptist church closed last Sunday born bakers and stand second to none remain with us. : took

WORTHINGTON. I as Profs. L. A. Davis and E. A. Wil- Miss Mabel Edwards. The Star night. Nine persons were added in their line of business. The valued the fourth young lad onjihere': i t-!
'I to the church during the meeting. The services of Mr. C. L. Hunter has been ) take,
I kerson have learned us a great deal Spangled Banner was then sung, followed We hope the lives of a ji' of
----- I about singing. by three more booms from the j church was strengthened spiritually secured to assist in the bakery at this be one long }:Ofi'nfon' theta..
The Ganns music company rendered Messrs. Fred Sapp and Tison Sappof cannon. j and much good generally was done. place. He was formerly with the San- Miss Belle Ricr-anl ail: ;.";

several pieces at the Methodist church Raiford, attended the sing at Eman Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry visited relatives At this writing 'we are having fine itary Market. I Isola Roberts, spent 3"*few little

s: Sunday, which were highly appreciat- uel Sunday afternoon.essrs in Lake City Sunday. showers, and they are appreciated by Mr. Ci A. Savage is busily engaged- | Gainesville visiting: hen

f ed by a large audience. : M ". Britten Rosier and Joe the farmers, as the continued dry putting a partition in the city jail. and Mrs. R. R. Richard; pare'

Little Ellis Taylor is suffering se- I I 'eele, of Rosiertown, Earney Alvarez HAMPTON.Prof. weather had badly damaged the corn Mr. Willie Williams made a flying Mrs. J. R. Terrell iknrned; :;.,

severely with fever. We hope to see Loyd Moore, Brady Dyal and Warren crops.B. trip Macclenny Sunday. Saturday from Mid[ I'She ,
him out again soon. Cason, of Plant City, were visitors E. Brown made a business tripto Last week Mr. Ernest Williams was called to the bedside ot; iier in

L Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Davis motoredto to i the sing at Emanuel Saturday. H. B. Harrell, of Brinson, Ga., Lake Butler Monday. driving a party of young ladies over who has been crit ally'ill dan

Brooker Sunday. Miss Mary DougM r. Leon Renfroe and brother-in- was renewing acquaintances here during Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Witt, of Providence to Lake Butler, when on the edge of time, but we are glad { for ,
the week-end. attended church here Sunday. tltwn the broke down. They o My ("
lass accompanied them home. law Mr. Millard Jones, of LongBridge car were convalescing ; .
'I' Mrs. A. B. Shaw and daughter and attended the sing Saturday Miss Mildred Crosby, of Starke, wasa Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kerce, of New fortunate enough to be near the automobile Mr. and Mrs Sara Singer -

son, Mary and Woodrow, visited relatives night at Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Norman. visitor here Saturday evening and Zion were in our midst Sunday. relief station and a message ere Mrs. M. Singer went and .
at Guilford last week. Messrs. Dan Johnson and Wesley Sunday, the guest of Miss Eva Wil Mr. J. W. Bielling and family, of for assistance was soon sent into one sine last Sun lay the to G

f. .. Mrs. Casel has just returned to her Norman, of Raiford, visited Mr. Levy | liams.; Providence, attended church here Sun- of the garages and it was not long wedding of Mr. M. Fruf.htman present! ]

, L home in Washington, accompanied by Gorman Saturday night and Sunday Mrs. Edith Summers, of Lulu, was day. before' the party was on their way re ]latka, and Miss Sophie If j

her grandson, Beverly Wood. Mrs. Mr. J. G. Crews made a trip to the the guest of Mrs. J. P. Summers here Some of our young folks are attending joicing. Gainesville. Mr. Sam Singer tVeinstea..

c Casel has been spending the winter county site Monday. during the past week.W. singing school at Sardi; The showers this week meant thousands ed Monday and Mrs. Singer : ,

t. with her daughter, Mrs. Cochran and Messrs. Levy Norman and Leon H. Jones, of Hague, was here on Mrs. H. T. Bennett, of Bland, is vis- of dollars to the farmers. main a while in Gain,
made a host of friends while here.J Conner attended the speaking at Rai- businesslonday.. iting relatives in this community this Mr. R. A. Whitaker, our popular relatives.Mr. '
A. M. Williams is spending the week week. young' baker who has been in St. Petersburg A. G. Powell has :

NEBO! 'ord.Mr.. Griff Phillips and sister, Miss in Jacksonville on business with the Mr. Isham Brown, of Bland is vis- for some time, returned last fine telephone directory for gotten ip

: Debbie, of near Lawtey, attended the Federal courts. iting his sons, J. S., J. L. and B. E. week to take charge of the Lake Butler We are all well pleased( ith our

, --- sing at Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Norman Misses Pearl and Debbie Cason, of Brown, here this week. 1 Bakery. He is a young man highly A painful aceIJtnt: happened it
' 1 Mr. H. A. Conner returned from Saturday night. Brooklyn, were the guests of Mrs. J. H. N. Hodges, of Lake Butler, attended 1 thought of by all and we are gladto B. Moore while Ul
on a pleasure
s Jacksonville Wednesday, where he had Messrs. Dan Johnson, of Raiford, P.* S.anmers Monday. the protracted meeting here have him with us again. Leesburg visiting his trip I .
r' .t. been visiting his daughter, Mrs. N. H. and Levy Norman attended the Pen- Miss Emma Futch left Sunday for last week. An old structure on the premises ofMr. A. L. Fox. A wind storm Lrother.ia4atI blew i ,>

\I Frier. tacost preaching at Union Chapel east Kroxviile: Tennessee, where she will Miss Emily Reaves, of Bland, was Frank M. Rivers on East Main tore open the door and in oj
. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Edenfield visited of Starke Sunday enter' the University of Tennessee forthe the guest of Miss Mabel Brown severs street was torn down this week. Mr. shut it his hand missed the te/ia",

t, the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs Mr. S. P. Yarborough was a visitor summer month al days last week. Rivers desired the space to plant on his arm went thru the glass factor
G J. J. Miller, near Worthington, .Saturday Victor Allen and home Mr. and Mrs. and he is i
in this section Sunday. family are S. D. Reaves, of Bland, putting every available {inch l Ing a severe cut. :'Ir.lore lost
I and Sunday. Last Thursday night Prof. E. A. again, after spending the past three visited the latter's brother, D. L. Cly- of ground' that he has in cultivation. a gallon of blood from
a
Messrs. J. R. and J. C. Brannen attended Wilkerson and Mr. Delbert Sapp spent months in Alabama and Mississippi. att, last week, and while here attendedthe This structure may have been the gory, it being an hour and severe '

f the picnic at Mt. Tabor Satur- the: night with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Con- We regret to report the illness of protracted meeting. stopping place of Billy Bowlegs, the before he received, medical 0 ,'

day.Miss ner. Il'. C. A. Stephens, telegraph opera Rev. H. S. Miller and son, George, noted Seminole Indian chief, on his He is the joirt agent for the iw ;

'. Ula Robinson, of Columbia Mr. F. M. Norman and Mr. :\IathFowler tcr( at the Union depot here. attended church at Worthington Sun annual hunting trip through Florida. and G. S. & F railroad at this A"

county, -is visiting relatives and attended the speaking at Rai- Dr. Stephens, of Waldo, was here on day.Miss Mesdames H. N. and H. F. Stanton and is back on the job, after

friends here this week. ford Tuesday. business during the week. Inez Abernathy, of Brooker, and S. A. Draper, accompanied by JI r. absence, ready to give patrons a. '
We are glad to report Mrs. J. C. Mrs. B. Haynes of Waldo hereon was organist the II. F. Stanton motored
Mr. Littleton Kite, of Lake Butler, was during meeting here over to Lawteyto sired information for both '
Crawford, who has been on the sick visited the sing at Emanuel Saturday | business Wednesday: the guest of last week. Miss Abernathy is a skill attend the board meeting of the Editor E. Matthews, of com the. '

list for some time, is improving. afternoon. M rs. Hunt. ed musician and her services were Federated Clubs of Florida, and reported ford County Telegraph "

Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Edenfield and Messrs. Lonzie Norman and Shepherd J. R. Eddins, of Gainesville, was highly appreciated by the congrega a delightful time. here this week. was a -

family were visiting in Columbia Adkins left for Starke Sunday !looking after business interests here tions. News has been received of the deathof Mr. C. F. Hoover of '
Stark
county Saturday and Sunday, and attended afternoon, from which point they left Monday Miss Ketta brooks, of Providence, the wife of Rev. Blount. Rev. here on business connected with, .?

I the picnic at Mt. Tabor Sat for Jacksonville Monday. They had a T M. Hagan was a business visitor spent several days last week visiting Blount was Baptist minister here for Red Cross. ,tilt

'urday. host of friends and relatives who were in Palatka Tuesday. her aunt, lrs. H. G. Crawford. several years and the family have Mr. Ozie Hall met with a painful'I
... Mrs. M. A. Douglass and children A. L. Durden, of Jacksonville, is the Eurie many friends here who are to
sorry to see them leave. They joined Spires, of Midway, was here sorry cident this week, having his hand W
; of Guilford, were visiting relatives. Uncle Sam's army. guest of his father, T. J. Durden, of Sunday. hear the sad news: and sympathize ly injured by dynamite.Mr. :
? here Saturday and Sunday. this place, who is indisposed this with the family. H. C. Richard
of Starke
2 Mr. J. R. Brooks made a business week. ts
i Mr. N. E. Roberts sold to the Armour visitor here
trip to Lake Butler Saturday. LAWTEY. Rev. John left BROOKER. a Wednesday. :i
Mullady Monday for Packing' Co., of Jacksonville, The pastor of the Methodist clue
Mr. and Mrs J. D. Crawford visited Jacksonville, where he assumed the this'week 125 head of cattle that were preached to ?

Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. and Mrs Rev. W. G. Law, pastor of the Baptist duties of the state office of food in- loaded here last Tuesday.: They will i day at Worthington.a good congregation The service Sa-

I J. J. Brannen, Friday. church at Starke, was a visitorto spector. Mr. L. A. Brown was attending to ]bring over 3000.: Farmers, pay more inspiring and helpful *s

;:- Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner and Mrs. haw tey Monday. Mrs. J. H. Pollard is visiting relatives : business in Gainesville last Monday.Mr. attention to raising' cows and hogs. being added ty: the talks much of inters
differ
J. R. Brannen went to Worthington Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode spent and friends at Lizelle, Ga. and Mrs. P.1.. Barefoot and Indications are that in a short while ones after the !;C'I'Vce. P.eval.;

Saturday. several days at Kingsley lake last r. B. Hunt has purchased a large Messrs. Truby Pinholster and Fred 11 a one week old squealer will be worth vices b held
there in
Mr. J. J. Brannen and Mr. I). R week. saw mill and will move it here. Workon Hazen attended the excellent servicesat $;) each. future.may : the tat

Edenfield made a business trip to Rev. Thomas S. Stark preached at the siding near the railway crossing Harmony church Sunday.Mr. Mr. B. R. Bostick, stock and claim Much interest is manifested; la

Bland one day last week. Grace D[. E. church both morning and just north of town, will be startedat Roy Roberts, of near SamponCit agent for the A. C. L. railroad was in marriage of Miss Julia Kendall &

Mr. John Pope, of Alachua, where as evening last Sunday during the absence once, and the mill will probably I be )", was in our town Wednesday. town this week attending to business.A daughter of the pastor, :which will, &

visiting his sister, Mrs. Alver of the pastor. in operation in July. The town council Mr. Ben Crosby and sister, Miss Lillian I- party consisting of Messrs. II. J. cur on the 26th in--t. Three shows K-

Cassels, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Arthur Griffis, of St. Petersburg will take up the matter of two or who have been attending the Stewart, R. E. Dell and Master Ernest are planned for the bride-elect
Mrs. Claud Renfroe, who has beenon was the guest last Wednesdayof noi-c street crossings in that locality Normal school at Madison, have returned Dell motored to Gainesville last Tuesday. week. Her forfii:
grandfather:
the sick list, is able to be up again. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch and other public improvements will home. minister of a promoaS
Mr. Henry Conner was visiting relatives 1 Griffis. be made. Prof. J.1.. Groover left last Sun Georgia, is expected ft
Mr. Jesse D. Cobb, Jr., who recently] perform the
near Guilford the latter part Dr. Tomlinson of July the First has day for Guilford where ceremony.
Starke, was a visitor been designatedas he will commence enlisted in the National Guards, was Rev. Kendall will preach in
of last week. to Lawtey last Monday.Mr. "Patriotic Day" here, and his school.
appropriate relatives
visiting and friends here Butler next Sundu All
J. H. Bostick, MHltown, Ga., exercises will be observed by Mr.here T. R. Collins sand son, T. J., Sunday. vited. ) heartily
GRAHAM.Mr. was a visitor to Lawtey the first part the Sunday schools. attending to business in Waldo i
Mrs. B. M. Wilson and son, Purnell, The Lake Butler: band 5 being te.a4.
of the week.A Miss Clara Hunt and Charles and Starke Friday.
are visiting Mrs. C. T.
Johnson, her ganized again looking forward to tilt]
large delegation from the state Sasser were quietly married Wednesday Miss Inez Abernathy spent last t sister-in-law, at Trenton. fall festivities. From (\he

Roy Roberts has recently purchased federation of Women's Clubs was in morning at the home of tbride's he week with friends near Providence. Miss Jocie Parrish left Saturday for o fthe present organization it persons loob'ij
attendance at the meeting'which parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B.Messrs.. G. W. and B. F. Hazen
Ford. He
anew motored to was S. an extended tour south. Most of her if the band will b> ful'i! as good -
this place from his home in the Wateroak held at their clubhouse Monday and Hunt, Rev. Barr, of Starke, officiat V. Andrews and M. Matheny m o- stay will be in Marion county visiting the old one. The office's are, S. J. ,
Tuesday of this ing. Both well known torN to Jacksonville
section Monday afternoon. week. are and popular Monday. relatives and friends.
Draper, president C. F.;Rivers 'fke.
; ,
: Miss Mae McKinney, teacher in the James H. Lowery came down from young people and a host o. friendswish Several attended the sing'ingl'xer Mr. J. W. Townsend and fsimily, president; R. F. Rivers, secretary )8 t
local school, arrived last week and i is Macclenny and spent Sunday with his them a happy life. The happy cises at Sardis from here. who are spending the summer in Salt is being planned to adc one tw ;
comfortably domiciled at the home of family here. couple left at 9 o'clock over the Seaboard Messrs. D. W. Hazen and G. B. Col Springs took $ or :
a run over to Butler in extra instruments, L-ut tsis is (
Prof. Crews. Mr. II. D. Randall was transacting for Washington and othi r pointsof son are among' the late purchasers of I their auto this week, visiting relatives.Mr. in view of the fact thata number diflSnJj l

Miss Mabel Byrd, the attr ctivdaughter e business Jacksonville last Saturday. interest. Fords. T. V. Grey, representing- desirable young men ai likely to k )

of D. J. Byrd, of this place, Mrs. James Haman come up from The revival services at the Free Will 1 Standard Oil Company, of Jacksonville taken for the army. '*,

is visiting relatives in St. Petersburg; Jacksonville and spent from Friday RAIFORD. Paptist church commenced Monday. is stopping at the Edgar Hotel. The Red Cross nvetinj on Wedn*
and Plant City. Monday at her home in East Law<>toy right and will continue for about one' Messrs. John McCormick
and C. A. day well
was attend b, our citim{i,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jones motoredoer Miss Zuline Cleckley returned to I her week.
Noyes, of Jacksonville who
the
stopped at are interested in tht; work of tat ,
: from Hastings Sunday and spent home near Fort Pierce the first part of Judge J. R. Kelley was in Raif o rd Rev. Norris, of LaCrosse, filled the Edgar Hotel this week. They were en- inc care of our youth the firing j

the day with the latter's parents, Mr 1 the week, after spending several daysas | last Thursday and Friday visiting regular appointment of Rev. Evertonat gaged in the tie business. and those whj remain on at home. ''tW Erfjj
and Mrs Geo. Stone. the guest of Miss Myrtle friends. Jude the Missionary Baptist church last
Sapp. : Kelly made two Mrs. Bullock, of White Springs' principal speakers wet* Col. A.,[,
The infant of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Rev. J. n. Martin, District Super speeches Thursday. Saturday and Sunday.
stopped; at the Hotel
Edgar a few days Long and Mrs. R. A N of Stm&C
eaits,
Abernathy died Sunday and was 1 laid intendent of Jacksonville district, will Miss Carrie Overstreet is in Rai ,Miss. Irene Oliver I i is visiting with I this; week. I Complete details will l'e.I sent in UJt-.

to rest in Dedan cemetery Monday af- be here next Sunday and will preachat ford with her father, Rev. W. L. Over- leiatives here this week. The Baptist church has held a nota- week. i
ternoon. The bereaved ones have the Grace church both morning and street. Services were conducted at the Seventh tIe revival and the Miss
members of the Doris Forum, Macon GI;
sympathy of the entire community. evening. The second quarterly con Mr. T. B. Handley left Saturday Day Adventist church Saturday church cj ,
are certainly proud of the visiting her
t Dr. Wm. II.! Thomas, of this place, ference will be held at the church Saturday night for Fitzgerald, Ga. rnornintr. who put his whole time pastor and- family. uncle: D. W." Borum ;;;

motored to Starke on professional evening 7:30: o'clock. Dr. J. D. Nobles, of, Worthington, Mr. G. L. Hodges and family left thought to the The
upbuilding of his Woman's Club
business Saturday afternoon. Mrs. J. M. Muse was called to Max-: was in Raiford Friday. for Hampton Monday, where they will and congregation curtained '
Mr. S. D. Dukes and family, of near ville last Saturday on account of the Hon. S .T. Dowling made trip to i lake their future home. saved seeking for souls to be a handkerchief sh-wer Iesday aftef:.
a
beseeching and impressing noon at the club\ i iv honor of 4t
. Brooker, spent Sunday at the home of serious illness of her sister, Mrs. Pad Kingsley lake Sunday with a numberof Mr. J. J. Morgan was the second men and women the importance on of bridetobeliss loom Julia ijindall who*,
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts. boys, giving them firmer of this ,
gett.Miss a good time in place to have any mel- surrendering and <
acknowledging marriage wil Mett
their
take the *
Rev. L. C. Smith Ave Lee Moore the lake. for placetfn
filled his regular is spending Among those present were cns shipping. He loaded his first i Lord and Master, and the duties dist church of this Jan
we rity,7uesday,
appointment at Elarbee, near Raiford, some time with relatives and friends Carl Hitch, Willie Dowling, Shepherd car Tuesday. owe to Saviour
our 2tth.;
during the weekend.In in different portions of Tennessee. Moore, Leon Sikes, Avery Tison 0. G. Mr. ; imploring them Many gifts were.presentedttfa ;
Michael Andr.'\"3 is home from to lire such lives that when the great delicious sahul served,
the near future the young people Raymond Hess, who has been: in Indiana :. Smith, Brady Rosier and Joe Cason Jacksonville, where he has had emt'o'ment lay! of days come they will not hear the principal featuie course of'ie was course being #
of Graham expect to stage the four- and Michigan during the past Rev. W. L. Overstreet, of Lawtey, for some time. those dreaded words
act drama, "A Noble Outcast," with year, is a visitor at the home of his( is attending the protracted meeting at I know Depart from me, scalloped cucunM'ersimade to ref"
the following cast: parents: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hess. the Baptist church. Mr. Lonnie Morgan was transacting ye not. resent miniature boats,,, with aU.'& _

Col. Lee, Mr. J. I. Ogden. Sheriff W .1. Epperson, of Starke, Mr. B. D. Kelley and family visited I usiness in Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. Miss n('"Dora. Ravi Cain I: has boon resisted: by flag at their bow. j"'"

-; Mrs. Lee, :Miss Ethel Byrd. was a visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. relatives} in Brooker Sunday. i 0. W. Maines, Monteocha, who devoted her, a true Christian lady

Jack Worthington, 0. J. Abernat hy. Mrs. W. McCormick, of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Otis Green, of Lawtey, i as visiting with friends here Satur- work. Her influence whole life in church niRISTI SEIi'ICES.

; Sadie (the maid), Miss Mabel Byrd.: was the guest of her sister, J Its. was in Raiford Monday afternoon. day.The in bringing these assisted greatly ,3 .

: \ France Lee, Miss Mae McKinney. A. A .Smith, the first part of the w eek.( :\Irs L. C. Futch, of Vanderbilt, was music school at Coter Pond ur.- I to souls who were baptized -

,; Jerry (the outcast), F. M. Beville. )[r. Ellery Sapp, of Wateroak, was in town Monday. She met Mr. Futch, c'er the direction of Prof. J. C. Perry, man. Mrs.acknowledge A their Lord before Rev. W. F. L-iRt.we, pastor of (the'Christian ,
I Jim Blackburn, A. C. Crews. in I-awtey: Tuesday: on business. who preached at O'Brien Sunday. will close Saturday. The closing' exercises .C. Strickland rendered church, wil) Ipr.'ach at Cn\

: p An admission fee of fifteen and Mr. James Rosier, of near Raiford, Mr. J. L. Peek, of Starke, brought will commence at 2 o'clock in ing some the sweet revival music on the organ dur- by lake Sunday at II:?* a. m. Bi(,

i twenty-five cents will be charged, the was transacting business in Lawtey several boy scouts to town in his automobile the afternoon and all are invited to Ina Alderman with, accompanied the violin.by Miss subject" will be "The J&nMio. Fe!:
" proceeds going toward the erection of Monday. Monday to advertise the Red ttend. Bad.

; the Baptist church at this place. The Mrs. Andrew Lowery left Monday Cross speaking that was to occur here Mr. Maceo Hicks, of Waldo George Allen, surnamed "Epperson"was Arrangements. have I been made bi:
was at- leaning his
1. I drama plays two and one-half hours, I I to join her husband in Jacksonville, Tuesday.Mr. nding to business in Brooker over fence the other the committee for con e'ance. :
day
last
and each moment is full of intense interest "'ho ass u position there. W. B. Allison, of EauGallie, is aturday. To looking somewhat disconsolate. members, friends, citizens are (invI ,

I for the audience. Miss Dora Clark, of Wateroak, was visiting Mrs. L. C. Futch, near Rai- The Andrews a passerby he said "Well, my Dinner wit Ibe c-\ed oi: the
the meat market has just wife's chickens have eaten all also c
guest Monday of her sister, Mrs. up my communion.
Jesse Reddish. ford.Mr.. J. II .Denmark lately opened up in the Morgan build- corn and peas, and although I am 59 The usual Christian Endeavor
VANDERBILT.Mrs. was business '
a ing,
Wilmot Brown facing Main street south. years old I am ready now to shoulder vice will be held '
who is assisting the visitor to Starke Tuesday.: at 7:15'4nd preai
I geological Mr. Prof. A. B. Shaw was visiting his arms and fly to the colors." He is i at 8 o'clock "Pot
surveyors at St. George, J. P. Coffin and son, George, still here. ; subject beit.g, _
E. Padgett is still improving.We spent Sunday here at the home of his and his nephew, Mr. Jones, were in i friends here Wednesday. ling Kettle Black. .' -\c.

hope she will be able to be with parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown. town on business Saturday night. Mr. The Graham and LaCrosse baseball Mr. J. E. Townsend, Jr., nas bought W. F.; UROWE, :' ,
out the
( us soon. Mr. B. Perkins was busJones teams met on Brooker interest of the Sanitary Mar
transacting came down from the north to diamond Saturday ( Paste ,
f The sing was enjoyed at the hSat iness in Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. join the colony at Jamestown. afternoon. Both sides played ket, formerly owned by Messrs. Dekle

i, of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Norman H.{ C. Padgett returned home I Mr. E. P. Rigdon, of Baker well and some real good hitting was and Cone. lIe expects to keep on han ,
county
,,
urday night. last week from Sanford, where he I was a business visitor to Raiford Saturday done. The game closed with the score nice fresh meat and vegetables of the AUTO OWNER.:
Mr. B. D. Dyal. formerly of Raispent several weeks. in favor of LaCrosse by a small ma- season and will also gradually add t o.<

ford but now of Plant City, has been Mr. J. C. Cone and party enjoyed I a I Mr. John Marr, of Baker county, jority.Dr. his grocery department,,,, Jj\jg a good

visiting friends and relatives in this fishing trip to Smith's lake, near Putnam was a business visitor in Raiford Sat L. L. Lamb has returned home business man, courteous and obliging Are you skeptical? Well, stt '
section. Hall, Monday and Tuesday. urday. : from Micanopy where he and we bespeak for him success. cleaning the bowels of ypur( auto witi+e
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,, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman and fiveof Miss Rebecca Whitehead has been I Mr. Will Stallings, of Redding, for some time. practiced Messrs. C. F. Rivers and J. C. Jones Carbon Remover, you wll| l have m" ,
Y his children and Miss Lorena Johnson spending several days with relatives I in Raiford Saturday.B. wa: Mr. took a trip to Salt Springs last week faith. No scraping, no digging, It

ii of Raiford,* attended the fish fry and friends in Starke. J. Rosier, of Evergreen, came to visiting Bob friends Surrency, of Graham, was to spend a few days fishing. They scientifically done while you al' '

V Saturday night at Sampson lake. Misses Jessie Griffis and Clara Cone I R ford Saturday. here Friday.Mr. were very successful and enjoyed the Free test at Starke Hardware) Co. Y<_ ,

We have only four more days of the I returned home the first part ofout the; Messrs. E. S .Matthews, Joe Hill I J. T. Reaves visited with relatives trip hugely. They were accompanied sir, .4 .w

sing. We will be sorry to se itg week, after spending several days a:, Williams and, C. F. Hoover, were i in day. here Sunday, returning the same back by Mr. W. C. Townsend. ANDEUSON .. ,
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