Bradford County telegraph
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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 29, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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] itabllshed 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews,* Editor and I'roprietor.















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June 27.-The Na WASHINGTON, June 27.-The ad-
tion's contribution to the Red Cross vance guard of the mighty army the
fund is estimated at one hundred and United States is preparing to send ",, <
fourteen million dollars by Chairman against Germany is on trench soil
I Davison. The fund will be used pri- In'defiance of the German submarines -
marily for the needs of the American thousands of seasoned regularsaid
soldiers and sailors and secondarily marines trained fighting men with '
relief work among the Allies, said Dr. the tan of long service OQ the Mexican _
Frink Billings, of Chicago, the head of border or in Haiti or Santo Domingo, '
the Red Cross Commission sent with still on their faces, hUf been hastened
twenty experts to Russia to study the overseas to fight bsidi the French,
needs there. He announced that never the British, the Belgian-the Russian,
before in the history of the world has the Portuguese and the Italian troopson
such a fund for the relief of human the western front
Buffering been raised by voluntary News of the safe arrival of the
subscription in such a short time. No troops sent a new thrill! through the
time should be lost to accomplish results Capitol City today. No formal announcement
he said. He also announced the came from !the war de-
''plans for carrying on the work on a patrment, but when SJJajor General
broad. scale wherever needed. Pershing's official leportihaa; been re- '
Florida's Contribution.The ceived there be statement
fund in Florida has reached Top Row, left to right-Mrs. Nat. S ternberg, Mrs. William Henry Graham, Miss Ona Edwards, Miss Carrie the numbers may and a of as to
composition the
about $300,000,which is$100,000 shortof Darby, Mrs. Markley Johns, Miss Myra Barr, Miss Ella May Long, Mrs. James Mitchell, Miss Doris Scott. advance guard. '
the state's allotment, but this deficiency Second Row, left to right-Misses Neva Turner, Jeannette Matthews, Florence Matthews, Marie Livingston, One thing stands out sharply, de- .;
Gladys Gardiner Kathleen Alvarez Hilda Lewis, Aileen Alvarez.
will undoubtedly be made spite the fact that the site of the task
good. Some of the towns and countiesdid Third Row, left to right-Misses Janie Williams, Lorena Alvarez, Cleo Mitchell, Clara Moitt, Eunice Robinson that has been accomplisted is not fully

not get their campaigns started revealed as yet This is that Amer-
promptly. They will yet raise their ican enterprise has set a new record
quota. The city of Tallahassee, the for the transportation of troops.
city of Maimi, the city of Lakelandand success. Mr. John Uglow has just Mrs. Jennie Maude Hoffman, and Considering the distance to be covered i'
Bradford county are the only sub- given us a fresh demonstration of the TERRIFIC HAIL SLATER SMITHNAMED little daughter left Wednesday for and the fact that all preparations
divisions that have so far oversubscribed fact. He brought the Telegraph a Akron, Ohio, to join her husband, and had to be made, after the order came Ton
their allotment. quart of beautiful Concords that were will make their future home there. the night of May 18, U is practically '
grown on his place. Mr. Uglow'says STORM IN %W A-- SHERIFFOF certain that never before has a mil-
FINE BUNCH GRAPES.It his vines bear heavily and that a lit- Mrs. R. L. McDowell and little son, itary expedition of thi 4 size been assembled E
has been shown by a number of tle care is all that is needed to make I of Jacksonville, are visiting her parents convoyed and landed, without
our citizens that cluster or bunch bunch grape culture in this section a Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. mishap, in so shot a Jime.
grapes can be grown here with fine I complete success. TEROAKSECTION CLAY COUNTY : t.




WEEKS. -: --
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-- 00000040004040440' EVERYTHING LAID WASTE.A HAD LEFT THE STATE. <}> Similar Bill Is Bci'ore Senate
Starke Ladies Did Good
Young 4 '*' BRADFORD'S RESPONSE. This Week and Action is -'
Work Streets Saturday THE DAY WE CELEBRATE. s' j>
on 4 violent thunderstorm passed over TALLAHASSEE, June 27.-J. Sla- The special compaign commit- Expected Shortly. ti
Securing Sum of $165. '?- Wednesday coming will be the .!' Starke Sunday afternoon, accompanied ter Smith, representative to the legis- J- tee of the Bradford County *
-*> Fourth of July, 1917. Ever since 4 by some hail. The rain was the lature from Clay county, was today !' Branch of the North Florida -
*' the Declaration of Independence r' heaviest we had had for months and I' appointed by Gov. Catts to be sheriffof .*' Chapter of the American Red GIVES PRESIDENT BROAD
COUNTY MADE PROMPT AND 3> this day has been set apart to v was sufficient to wet the ground so' Clay county, to fill the vacancy .. Cross Society desire to express 4' AUTHORITY SITUATION
WHOLE HEARTED RESPONSE 4 commemorate that auspicious '> that potato vines could be set. The caused by the continued absence from ,? their deepest appreciation of the 0 .
<> event, to rejoice in our freedom. -!' lightning was furious but-did no dam- the state of Sheriff J. R. King, who noble and generous assistance$
$, But the ensuing Fourth will be ', age. In the southern portion of town, had secured a leave of absence, but I I *> given them and the many contributions ,> 5 REPUBLICANS Vofao: AGAINST
SUBSCRIPTIONS HAVE EXCEEDED iii L. II. Austin has who had overstayed this leave, the
$ more glorious than ever. Hith- a swampy spot a ?' made by the good people "t" PASSAGE: OF BILlJ-PRESIDENT
ALLOTMENT MORE THAN s erto we have given the right 4 pig pen built around a dead pine. The announcement having been made that of Bradford County to work of fo TO HANDLE
htring struck and shivered the pine, he did not intend to return to the DISTRIBUTION OF
10 PERCENT MANAGERS OF > hand of fellowship to the oppressed the Red Cross in the European 4
4 who have sought our ? but the eight pigs in the pen were un- state. In view of this condition it be- !' war. The sum of $5,000 was allotted 1 FOOD AND SUPPLIES FOR USE
CAMPAIGN AND COMMITTEES .>: shores; now we are about to cross i hurt. On the phce of J. D. Cowart, came necessary for the governor to ,;, by the National Headquar- IN WAR. !
MOVED OFF WITH A SWING. $ the seas to light the torch oft just north of Powell's still, a barn declare the office vacant, which he did ..' ters as the share of this county cfoJ"
was unroofed by the wind. In the ne- today by executive order, at the same
freedom to subjects of despots 4 to the national fund of one hundred <$> -
'!' and to crush despotism. "In God '> time announcing the appointment of million dollars. Our share 1 WASHINGTON, June 23.-The administration -
The forecast contained in tile Tele- $ We Trust" is emblazoned on our ,? (Continued on Page 6.) Mr. Smith to fill the vacancy. !> has been over-subscribed by no food control bill, giving
graph of last week with reference to $ banners, and our cause. _being just '> 4> less than $600. These figures 4 the President broad authority to con-
the outcome of the Red Cross cam- ? the God of Hosts will help us. ,?> speak louder than words. They Q trol the distribution of food, feed and
paign in Bradford county has been ful- Therefore, the coming national $ ?> are significant of the fact that in Q fuel for war purposes and appropriating -
ly justified, for the county oversubscribed $> holiday deserves to be doubly I REMINISCENSES.ByH.E.L I time of national crisis nowhere <8> $152,500,000 for its enforcementand
its quota of the great fund '> celebrated. Hitherto we have ;?> ?" in this land is loyalty to the flag 1 administration was passed by the r
that was to be raised throughout the 3> been as children, rejoicing in our '" !' stronger or patriotism deeper <> House late tonight, afar far-reaching
nation. The county's part of the fund '" strength and making many promS ?" than in the hearts of the people 1 prohibition provisions had been writ't;
was $5,000. When the tabulationswere ises. But now we are as men, '*, I The Telegraph is thirty-eight years The principal hotel was a double- A of Bradford county, for whose 'y I ten into it. i
made Saturday night it was '*> and have ourselves to '? loyalty, generosity and spirit of $ The to.5
pledged vote 3G5
old. The few persons living who can pen log house on the site of Col Peek'sresidence. was Representatives ..:
found that the subscriptions amountedto make our promises good. Let us, $- look back on Starke as it was when Where Moitt's shops now ;- self-sacrifice in this instance the McClemore, Slayden and Young, ?
5025. Subscriptions coming in <* then, celebrate the day in a man- the paper was established, see the old are, stood two ramshackle buildings, i- above named committee is deeply of Texas, Democrats, and Meeker of .E
since that time have swelled the totalto $ ly way, not forgetting that we '.> town vanished completely, not a single each containing a boarding house, one 5> and sincerely grateful. Missouri, and Ward of New York, Republicans
556136. It is expected that this '?" have serious work before us and f building remaining, except the tottering kept by Thos. Hopkins and one by '?' H. C. RICHARD, voting in the negative.The t
will be increased to about $6,000 by *>. that nations put their trust in us; vJ "Rising house" west of J. "W. Mrs. Johns. Mrs. Hoyt kept a board- .*. Chairman of Committee. prohibition provisions adopted -
belated subscriptions.It yet with confidence and hope.f White's residence, and the store build- ing house where the old Bradford 4 would prohibit the use of foodstuffsfor
was a whirl-wind campaign and > Our young men are about too !> + <$> the manufacture of alcoholic beverages :
those in charge of it are to be con- + forth against Agamemnon: 1"- had just been built and was then the Mrs. Quinn, a restaurant, where the and would give the president
gratulated on the success of their ef <*', With true hearts and strong arms !- forts. To the untiring work of H. C. and their eyes on Old Glory their & The business houses were few. On now stands. There was one church known citizens of Brooker, were trans all liquor now on hand. They were
:; Richard, finance chairman for the ** crusade will be crowned with vie- & frame where the Episcopal church stands, acting busines sin Starke Wednesday. put into the measure during the even-
the site of Hull's store was
i county at large, and N. T. Ritch, flt + tory. Let our celebration of the '> where the late J. M.a Johns and there were two or three saloons ing in committee of the whole and
nance chairman for Starke and vicinity 4* Fourth be such as to inspire all & building, in the town. The school house stood when the bill came up in the House
is due in the com- kept merchandise and had for clerks <;> 4 ?> S> 4,4'4 < $ $ '$> 'Sv <> 3
large measure & with exalted courage and patri3> Wash. and W. T. I where the old school housue stands proper the anti-prohibition faction did
plete success of the campaign. The & otism. McKinney Dryden.Mr. : <:>I not demanl that be voted
at now, and CoL C. L. Peek was the they on
still alive and lives
Dr. Dryden > "FINE BUNCH OF GIRLS. '
special committee appointed by <$> <* again.
teacher. The dwelling farthest north
Freeman, president of the local chap- 44fr 40444044 .t 4 Theressa. Opposite, across Call street, 'was the Dillaberry house, just northof $II The bill noJ. goes to the Senate,
ter all selected. They was the store of Richard & Pace, a J. A. Wrigley, of The Wrig->
were wisely J.1.. Alvarez's residence. The where it probably will be substituted
worked in and moved firm composed of the late Captain ley Engraving Co., Jacksonville, Qv
perfect harmony i early next week for a similar
Bruce Davis writes from Arcadia dwellings were few and not much to measure
I John C. Richard and George E. Pace. who executed the of the <*
off with a swing that meant success picture under consideration. Leaders to
look at. The streets were full of hope
from the startProbably that Mr. W. T. Parsons, who has just Where Stvjnp's store now is the stumps, but as only carts were used, it ?>> Red Cross girls which adorns the get the measure to conference by July
the most pleasing featureof been elevated to the position of second late Joseph Alvarez, grandfather of didn't matter. What few orange trees front page of this week's Telegraph $ 1.
the campaign in Starke was the ap- vice-president and general managerof the present generation of Alvarezs, were found bore either sour or bitter- 4 writes us: Few important changes were made
pearance on the streets early Saturday the Charlotte Harbor and Northern had a general store and adjoining him sweet fruit. <$ "A prettier bunch of girls 4 by the House outside the prohibition
morning of about twenty-five hand- on the west the late Dr. Gaskins hada > would be hard to find anywhere. section. The control of theo
railroad was a "sight. As the powers
railway, has made him his secretary.
some young women dressed as Red drug store. Where J. F. Kickliter *> Starke is all right" president were limited to articles ape-
Bruce is learning the railroad game holds forth, Thomas Hemingway had a .
(Continued on Page 6.) thoroughly. store, and this ends the list of stores. (Continued on Page 6.) 444444444444444 (Continued on Page 6.)

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V, after day bending over their work, EQUIPMENT "
A with none to applaud or even to knowof
RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. fJ New Law for Uniformity of Texts Two Nabbed in New Orta
i into those ** 14 I
the loving care put ODe
4t HOST WORKERS% To Be Put Into Operation. In Birmingham;
. . stitches? ARMY REQUIRES *,
In the list of nursing supplies for -

war hospitals are many articles whichcan TALLAHASSEE, June 23,-The BIRMINGHA", Joie 27-De-

be made by a good needlewoman -the Bethlehem Steel Company, is state board of education today author- partment of justice representatives in
without special instructions.The Red force of industrial America second only in size and importance to ized the state superintendent to adver- Birmingham, New Orlearj and elsewhere
Cross has lists of these articles, pat- THE being flung into the battle the United States Steel corporation.The tise for bids on books to be used in were engaged in the unravel-

terns and diagrams for making them, autocracy. Hundredsof state of Massachusetts is well the high schools. This, pursuant to ing of a plot to furnish information

and even samples, which can be fur- thousands of workers in represented by Springfield, which has the bill passed by the last legislature, to the German government, which resulted '
nished to those volunteering for ser- arms and munitions plants are labor- an output even greater than that of a requiring uniform textbooks in the Saturday in the arrjst of three ,
vice.-Abridged from The Red Cross ing night and day to provide guns and year ago. The Westinghouse com- high schools. Bids are to be received men-F. C. Rosenbaum in Birmm'gham

. OUR DUTY CLEAR Magazine.A munitions for the United States army pany is employing 10,000 men and is up until noon of July 16. The names and Hans De Lorme and L J-,
and still continue a stream of supplies running night shifts. This firm has of the members of the subcommitteeto Hirsch in New Organs, according to
PICTURE OF DEPORTATION. ; to the Entente. Production of war !I been working three shifts a day ever examine the books offered for adop- information obtained here!,
Mr. Charles D. Norton, member of i supplies in the United States has increased I since the war began. The Springfield tion are withheld, and it was orderedby Evidence is in hand, it "ras stated
said ,
the Red Cross had war asked council him, what the At half past five in the gray of the enormously during the added past to armory had been on a peace basis for the board that publishers> be requested which indicate that had tany of the

many people Red Cross proposed to do morning, on the 18th of November, year and facilities are being several years, but has been operating to withhold conferences of men been able to reach Geifmany with rt,It
to the forwarding 6,200 men at Mons walked out, myselfand weekly. three shifts daily since the United their agents with members of the in the next two or three ninths, they ,.
now with reference Red Cross. another leading them down the Five great states Connecticut, States severed relations with Ger- sub committee while they are discharging could have furnished infor.itation ron :"'
, of supplies to the Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Mary- their work in the cerning lines and conditions '
is exceedingly simple," cobblestones of the srteet, with the many. The Westinghouse plant is em- examining in the
; "The answer land, and Dolaware-are producingthe them books submitted.A South that prcbably woulcl have ,
1 said Mr. Norton. "We do not proposeto German soldier on each side, with bay- ploying many women and paying bees
be tried for treason. We do not onets fixed, with the women held back. major lA ortion of the mountains of high wages, not as high, however, as of consuming interest to tie enemy.
to lend aid and comfort to our The degradation of it as they walked supplies. Blazing forges and hum- are paid to men. The Springfield armory STARKE WOMAN'S: EXPER- George R. Crawford, a yirminjfham I
propose where ming industrial plants are adding their will have police officer, who gained the '
3,000 employes.
enemies. We intend to attend to ours into this great market square, soon IENCE.: C9r.'iclence -
American Red Cross affairs." the pens were erected, exactly as if quotas of guns, shells, powder, equip- The wages are not quite so high as in of the three men ani went with
own I they were cattle-all the great men ment and scores of other necessities of other plants, but the men are given Hirsch to New Orleans re the two i

THE VAST HUMAN TRAGEDY I of that province, the lawyers, the war. Men and women are working together nearly 30 days vacation a year with Can you doubt the evidence of this occupied a room together",-has return !
. I statesmen, the heads of the trades. in creating the implements the pay and assured steady work for sev- Starke woman? ed to Birmingham and! mile a report !

t There they were collected; no ques- American army will use. eral years. You can verify Starke endorsement.Read of his operations. Crawfohl, it is said :
It is one thing to glance at long lists tion of who they were, whether they High wages are being paid to the Tit Hendee Manufacturing company this: made: a trip to the New 0,Jeans naval :

of casualties in the morning papers, were busy' or what they were doing or workers in the war supply plants, the in Springfield is employing 2,500 Mrs. Lucy Hemingway, W. Call st., station, where .)bser.\'ation\were made :1
to read the descriptions villages and what their position in life. They were averages ranging upward from $-I to men and is turning out large numbersof says, "I suffered from a lame and ach- from which maps'! coup have been I

townships ruined by artillery fire. It turned to one side or the other. Trains ?5 a day. There is plenty of work for I motorcycles, most of which are sold ing back and could hardly get around.It drawn, even to'the lacing (t the wire '

i ftf it quite another thing to sense, as I : were standing ready, steaming to take nil, in fact, a scarcity of labor is being tq armies, either at home or abroad. hurt me to stoop and lift and I less station. ? I'

have had to do, the true inwardness of I them to Germany. You saw on till felt from time to time by different :I. The Poole Engineering company, felt miserable. My kidneys didn't act I 1
the vast human tragedy that is being one side the one brother taken, the plants and has been a deciding factor with plants at Woodberry and Texas, right and caused me a lot of annoy- Evidence t I
Alleged 11'ijtheld:
enacted across the sea. The silence I'l in increasing In many cases Doan's Kidney Pills brought ..
other brother left. A hasty embraceand wages. Md., is just finishing a contract with ance.
of London and Paris, and of our great they were separated and gone. the companies have built industrial the Russian government and soon will relief from the first and soon the New Orleans, June :7.-The federal

i cities in France and England; the You had here a man on his knees before cities and have sought to make living start work for the American govern aches and pains in my back left and authorities have de stated Lome the they were
I Hans
", prevalence of black as the color in and for their employes as cheap as possi- the other symptoms disappeared." holding and L J.
a German officer, pleading ment. At its two plants this com- Hirsch for Of
i which most of our women are dressed, ble so as to hold the men. Still Uses Doan's investigation suspected
his old father's makes that
..: begging: to take place; pany a one-pound gua can activities detrimental to the
E! an eloquent testimony to the mourning that was all. The father went and the An example of an industrial city is Le adjusted as a single shot, :;emi au- Over three years later, Mrs. Hem- govern-
i! that is in the hearts and homes of sin stayed. You saw women in hundreds j found at the du Pont reservation at 1 tomatic or rapid-fire gun. ingway said: "I occasionally take ment. The officials, howevtr' declinedto

I nearly every family in the land; the with bundles in their hands, beseeching Carney's Point N. J., where thousands. Another Maryland concern that has Doan's Kidney Pills as a preventiveof reveal details evidence of against :Lhe men or
. streets full of wounded in hospital uniforms of the workers housed. kidney trouble and they keep me give allegations against
to be permitted to approachthe powder are been working night and day on Rus- them.
! either walking or being driven trains, to give their men the last Homes of the bungalow type are rented sian contracts and soon will start for in good health."
. out for an airing; these are some of that they had in life between them- to workers at from $5.50 a month the American government, is the Bart- Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't j
f the outward and visible signs of the selves and starvation, a small bundleof I tpwarJ, and the company furnishes lett Hayward company, of Baltimore. simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's EDGAR JOYNER NABBED.

' ravages of war. Ambulances driving clothing to keep them warm on police and fire protection along with This company employs about 6,000 Kidney Pills-the same that ,
gently down all the thoroughfares, the their'way to Germany. You saw the the water supply and sewerage sys- men and women at wages ranging Mrs. Hemingway has twice publicly Marshal Siles Kite received word ,
Red Cross flying over one or more women approach with a bundle that tem. The company also has provided from 20 to 60 cents an hour. All of recommended. Foster-Milburn Co., last week from the sheriff of Volusia :
f : large houses in every these street of tokens the residential of- had been purchased by the sale of the municipal playgrounds for the chil- I the acid plants in the Curtis Bay sec- Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((33); ) county that Edgar Joyner. '>olored,had .

section; are of the last of their household effects. Not dren. The men earn from 28 1-2 to tion of Maryland have greatly increased escaped from the jail at llaytona and
f. the tragic truth.-Ina Malcolm the ,United one was allowed to approach to give 48 cents an hour and have been receiv- their production and now produce RAILROAD STRIKE IN GERMANYIS was supposed to be heading toward

J British Commission to her man the warm pair of stockingsor ing bonuses. Pianos and other luxur- about 15; per cent of the world's out- GROWING. I I Starke. Last Thursday afternoon Mr.

t t' States. the warm jacket. Off they went! ies are found in nearly all the homes, put of sulphuric acid. The Davison Kite nabbed him on the tr m and kept
1 i I walked the streets of Mons all that and in one entire block there is but one Chemical company has doubled its size him at Hotel de Kite until the Volusia .
I, WHAT A WOMAN CAN DO AT evening. There was not a street, there which does not boast an automobile.The during the past year.J. COPENHAGEN, June 28.-Dis- county sheriff came and gj}t his man.
, HOME was not an alley, where the shriekingof de Pont company at Wilmington. oatches received here today indicate He was pleased over the capture and

women did not deafen your ears. Del., manufactured 1,000,000 Ibs. that the great German railroad strike paid Mr. Kite the reward offered, $5.
So they went. Then we saw them of smokeless powder a day last year. W. WISE WAS SHOT AND I begun on Saturday is gaining head- Edgar Joyner is a native of Lincoln
There is an early ditty of the war come back, too. I read the reports the With better facilities an added 93,000 KILLED AT MONTBROOK: SAT. way. City, south of Starke, and;: a son ofNick

l. in Europe which is something more Red next day in the paper at Brussels of founds is the daily output now. Thir- Two-thirds of the employes in the Joyner, who killed! a"white man
than alliterative nonsense to how Germany had announced to the teen thousand workmen are employedby car shops of the Prussian state rail- in Starke many years apr and was '
' I Cross headquarters in Washington- Uaited States that, in her great mer- this firm and it is preparing to add MONTBROOK, June 23.-J. W. roads left their jobs on Saturday, and sentenced to prison: for life but later
shirts for sol
"Sister" Susie's sewing this refrain in relation cy (1)), she was taking the idle work greatly to the production at its Car Wise, a highly respectable white man, the Socialist paper Vorwaerts says the pardoned. Edgar has three charges
Consider -
r' diers. ing men of Belgium in order that they rey Joint plant. was shot and instantly killed on the other third will join the strike. against him, one for carrying: concealed -

F l to that series which of the uniform, num- might earn enough in Germany to Another Wilmington concern, the public street here this afternoon at 2 The railroad men say they have been weapons and two for selling li
boxes headquarters
::: have bered for the shipment of keep their families in Belgium provided Artillery Fuse company, is preparing o'clock by Ed Stanley, also white. working eleven hours a day without quor. .
:. prescribed with plenty of funds. Yes, I read Stanley has made no statement. The .
. IT a rush of orders within: a short getting enough; to eat, and can not goon
hospital supplies. wooden chests. this, and every other edict issued by time. The plant has [been shut down cause of the killing is unknown; both doing such labor.It The Quinine/ That Does Rot Affect The Hud
The boxes
1 built on specifications are strong to, stand rough Germany, and I found no truth in for a short time b>-:!use of the c- inI men have large families. Mr. Wise I is reported that the German rail- Because of its tonic end laxative effect.LAxATICEBR5MOQriNIVfahetterShancrdear
was working sober and
them. a man
handling in transportation. Each has 'ek' :1 of a big cO'll H'ctth Russia ( I II road unions have voted to support the Quinine aud does not caus- tieresne !! BT
I saw them come back in the cars. Previous the cessation was foreman on J. S. Blitch's farm. 'tg'ngfuhead. Kemernb the full
to of Dfte J
temporary an
i:: exactly the same measurement as the -we carried the poorbroken wretcheswe business the I Mr. Stanley is a farmer living in Marion I shopmen in their strike for a shorter lx>k (or the siwns'ur. A'- w ..RV i?...
company was employing
marked and day and higher
others, all are uniformly wages.
carrie dthe poorbroken wretchesto 1,000 and exceed that county. Stanley was arrested and I
persons may
;f each series consist of eight boxes numbered I
is in r.
consecutively from one to eight, the hospitals after three weeks of number in the rush that is to come. now Bronson jail. I I ASKETS'And
If 1:' for quick convenience in the supply work in Germany. They tried to put Connecticut, "the arsenal of the nation -i BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP COFFINS _

."" rooms of the military hospitals. them in the trenches to dig. What had ," has lived up to its sobriquet and II Never Neglect a Cold. I Why use ordinary cough remedies, a full line of

i Each chest marked No. 1 will contain been the result? Those poor, ignor- is doing its share in turning out war I I A chill after bathing, cooling off when Boschee's German Syrup has Undertakers' Supplies
ant, uneducated men, filled with noth- supplies. In the vicinity of Hartford II
sterilized surgical dressings and suddenly after evercise and drafts, been used so successfully for fifty-one
o hurried ing but love of country, refused to many ney plants and additions to old give the cold foot hold Always on hand. The best ser
.: articles needed even before a germs a that years in all parts of the United States
.. work; so they took twelve of the best ones are under construction. When vice at the lowest prices. Special
medical corps can set up its base hospitals may to something worse. safe-I for coughs, bronchitis, colds settledin
V" of them and tied their hands to posts these are completed the production of ty requires early treatment. the throat, especially! lung trouble attention to telegraph orders.

No. 2 will be filled with bedding: No. outside of the city, and let them hang that locality will be about double whatit King's New Discovery on hand. This i It gives the patient a good night's re;t I

R 3 with clothing for a wounded man; there for thirty-two hours without was a year ago. Production already pleasant balsam rerhedy allays inflammation : free from coughing, with easy expectoration -I Registered Embalmer!
No. 4 with surgical dressings of the nourishment, and then they fainted or has increased 50 per cent and wages soothes the cough and repairs -'I in the morning! gives naturea .
sort used when a patient is convalescing died rather than fight against their have advanced ten per cent since the the tissues. Better be safe than I chance to soothe the inflamed parts DeWITT JONES
.t brothers in the trenches!
f' i ; Nos. 5, 6 and 7 additional sick spring cf 1916. sorry. Break up the cold with Dr. and thrrw off the disease, helping! the Suc'sr to G. C. Livingston &: Co '
room supplies; No.8, comfort bags I see them again across those ter- Cm Hartford firm that manufac- King's New Discovery before it is too patient to regain his health. 25 and Starke Ffa.! ,
and other little luxuries allowed to recuperating rible swamps, up to their waists in tures revolvers, automatic pistols and I late. At druggists, 50c, $1. ((1)) 75 cent bottles. Sold Ly C. P. Cason. I ,
soldiers in the hospitals.In the mire and dirt, shot at with blank machine guns now has a .weekly payroll 2

any serious war thousands of cartridges in order to make them sign 01- :3-j)>iuuuu, compared with $-.-(-),- -
these boxes must be kept filled with the contracts so that Germany might 0(1l year ago. Three shifts of men uJuuwJwLub ;
these supplies, most of which are the publish to the world that they were are working on government orders,
product of the needle and sewing ma- willing workers, that they had come vh.le police and National Guardsmen

chine. Here in the preparation, pack- from Belgium to Germany in order to watch the plant, aided at night by N. T. RITCH, Pre. W. T. Weeks Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH, Cashier
ing and shipping of these suplies, in execute the work they needed so much.It powerful searchlights. Big contracts
the sewing shirts for soldiers, if by is for you to bring these scenes from the United States governmenthave
shirts you include bandages, bath before the public. You can not all forced Hartford firms to cease

robes, pajamas, sheets, pillow cases fight, but you can bring these scenes manufacture of automatic and revolvers Bradford
t and other articles which a hospital before the public and HELP THOSE for the commercial trade. County BankBradford

patient needs, American women will WHO DO FIGHT.-By John H. Gade, The greatest increase in Connecticut -
V find opportunity for patriotic service of the Commission for Relief in Belgium hs been at Bridgeport, where the

Indeed. thev must find it here if the Remington Arms and Ammunition

I [ United States enters upon any war company is employing between 11,000 : County's Financial Stronghold.

I I which puts a strain upon her resources SUFFRAGISTS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY and 12,000 persons, compared with 5-j .
: "' of men and materials. Such a war 000 or 6.000 a year ago. With increased -

: v. would fill the military hospitals with AT CAPITOL facilities the company is now employing Condensed statement of the ,condition of Bradford County Bankat
: wounded men, whose lives may depend this number of men in two

: r upon the steady flow of these supplies WASHINGTON, June 25.-More shifts, instead of three shifts a year close of business May 1st 1917.
1 t into the hospitals. Much of the Red ago. Almost: the entire output is for
: ;, J' Cross effort at present is being directed than a dozen suffragists were arrested the Allies. Wages at the plant have
'. to the spread of instruction to late today by the police when they I increased from 20 to 30 per cent in RESOURCES LIABILITIES }
marched in front of the White House
: women to the end that in the emergency the ye1r. In the same city the Bridgeport :
; they may know how to prepare lined up against the fence and unfurled Projectile company has increasedits Loans and Discounts 152740.32 Capital Stock paid in f$2!/.oOO OO)
banners. A crowd of hundreds
; ", H 4 : these supplies to conform to the required watched the arrests, but there was no force 50 per cent and the wages :15! Bradford County School Warrants 27,207.07 Surplus fund lOooqOO
t : standards. per cent during the past year. Town of Starke Bonds
. 1 You may think of the war nursing New Haven is another city thai u Undivided profits, less expenses paid 6,076.85
I ;. 'service as a pyramid. The apex, which This was the fourth demonstration helping Connecticut maintain its martial Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 I Cashier's checks outstanding I,119.15
! ( t :alone comes in contact with the fight- i of the day. The other times the wom- reputation. Twenty thousand mu All other Real Estate owned 5,861.5 Deposits N
'I .' .: is a small group of professional en marched quietly past the White nition workers are employed in that 238,5069
: nurses. Behind these comes a House and back again without unfurl- city, most of them by the Winchester Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 418.73 i

1 I .: slightly smaller group of nurses' aids, ing their banners. Repeating Arms company. While! the Cash on hand and in Banks 71,362.23

I non-professional women selected from Just after 4:30, however, when em- company will not give out any figuresit
i :!. j the Red Cross training classes, who ployes began to pour out of the near- is estimated that its output is 1,500 TOTAL $280,703.69 TOTAL $280,70169
i: ,J:' i i will have charge of the housekeeping by departments, a squad of women, Winchester rifles a day. It is said the
I f arrangements of the hospitals, and each carrying a furled banner, start- daily production could be increased to

who will also to some extent be permitted ed in single file to march in front' of 2,000 rifles. The Connecticut Aircraft Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transactionof
. s I to give nursing attention to the White House from east to west. I company, in the same city, has already

'I soldiers in convalescent homes and I Reaching the middle of the block, produced several aeroplanes acceptedby business is offered by us. Absolute safety, perfect convenience

, camps. I II every banner was thrown to the breeze the United States army. I .,
I VJV But the base and most of the superstructure and the women stood silent as closeto The vast munition business of Penn- prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank.

! i of the pyramid are tens of the iron pickets of the fence as pos- sylvania centers about Pittsburg, and I Your account is invited '
! ... thousands of capable women every- sible. The police arrested most of 1,000,000 persons are employed as mu- cordially and you are assured of our ;f

where in the United States, in the them and took them in automobiles to nition workers. The monthly payrollis i I best attention at all times.Bradford tI
busy cities and the small towns and estimated at $100,000,000. Most of
police I -j
I' on the farms, who will keep the small : the industry is that of the United .
The women were all released on per-
'. professional service with hospital necessities States Steel corporation, with its im-
sonal bonds. No time was set fora
!t.. attending in various capaci- hearing on the formal charge of mense plants at Braddock, Homestead,
ties to their manufacture, collecting, blocking traffic. McKeesport and Pittsburg. The Jones BankBradford
packing and shipment to central de- and Laughlin Steel company, the Phil- County
? pots. Here the average women must !Ips Sheet and Tin Plate company, the
find her opportunity. The sacrifice of Crucible Steel company and the Pitts-
time and money for such service is drenched horses for colic. That was burg Steel company also are doing a
not as inspiring as the direct ministra- the old way which was uncertain and record business. County's Financial Stronghold.

, tions to mangled and bleeding men in unsafe. Farris' Colic Remedy does Wages in the vicinity of Pittsburg
khaki-the movies will not pay as away with drenching-is applied on arc higher than ever before. Since the Starke
;, much attention to it-but who shall the horses tongue with a dropper that beginning of 1915 the U. S. Steel corporation Florida.
say that because of its prosaic drudgery comes packed in each bottle. Get it has increased wages a totalof
r V} it is not after all the more heroic. today. We guarantee it. D. C. Jones, 40 per cent. In the eastern part ofPennsylvania

We can meal. the patriotism which Starke, Fla. June 1-8-15-22-29. Schwab's immense plant -


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-- orchardists whose fields, orchards and WORK ON BUILDING HUGE SOL- THE SALOON WOMEN OF ILL FAME TO J'.I.E PUT
. gardens have suffered. from he inroads .
News of Florida in Short Paragripba.! of these hungry little animals. The The saloon is sometimes called a bar- -

damage done by them is practically inestimable Every Cantonment Will Have a Population that's true ATLANTA, Ga., June 27< Vomen
as they attack trees and of 40,000 Soldiers. A bar to heaven, a door to hell, of the underworld are flocking to the

State News plants when they are young and tender Whoever named it, named it well; city in advance of the lcc<.tiyi here

[Live thus causing a bad stand. A bar to manliness and wealth, of an army concentration cafap for t
NEW YORK, June .-The War A door to want and broken health; training recruits, but when thejFeder-

Department is letting contracts and A bar to honor, pride and fame, al government, aided by the 1 au-
Told by' Our Exchange. PENSACOLA.-Claiming that he is builders are speeding construction on A door to grief and sin and shame; thorities, gets through with ICE'

.i. being persecuted because he and his the American soldier cities, followingthe A bar to home, a bar to prayer, it is going to be a clean town go-
MJ- J relatives are the owners of a large selection of the 16 sites that are to A door to darkness and despair; ing to stay clean, or else the govern
tract of land in Santa Rosa county, J. be used for the new draft army. One ment will it under malt .l law.
OCALA.-J. McCranie, a prominent which at the present market prices are A bar to honored, useful life, put "
H. Collins, of that county, has made a thousand buildings will make up each Three commissioners*of the
citizen and former game wardenof bringing twelve cents per pound to the A door to brawling, senseless strife; special
Higley section, this county, was producers. Several hundred acres second appeal to Gov. Catts for pro- of these camps, and must be completed A bar to all that's true and brave, War Department are her now, Jor that {
Aotfrpm ambush late Wednesday more of peanuts are being planted now tection. Collins claims that a few by Sept. 1, when the new army is A door to every drunkard's grave; purpose. j t,

% died of his wounds. The sheriff and Moore Haven is showing what cane months ago his brother was killed on ailed into the field. Each cantonmentmust A bar to joys that home imparts, _.

and searching for clues of the murder- > done in the farming line in South account of this land; that only recently be equipped to house and train A door to tears and aching hearts; 0044 . 44431 44
is his home was dynamited and it and 40,000 and must be as completeas 1
Florida during the summer months. A bar to heaven, a door to hell, 0 4
:-er. all its contents destroyed and that he a city of that population. Whoever named it, named it well. 4 TRAIN SCHEDULES 4
has been fired upon several times by Speed, proper construction and econ- THAT IS WHISKEY.
JACKSONVILLE-A check for $5- FORT PIERCE Permit has been parties who have been trying to drive 4 'r 4 tr
D. C. Brown of the issued for the construction omy are the dominant features being > New time table went into effect
was paid a new him from the county. He has asked
428J50 .onsidered by the War Departmentand 404400o amo 4
firm of 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6, 917,
commission dock
1 recently by a and warehouse for the Gulf Re- Gov. Catts for assistance, but has only
the Council of National Defense.
city I@
> and trains will follows 4
1 .the lime city for 769 barrels of pota- fining Company. The dock will be received a letter advising him which run as :
i; Barracks, kitchens, sanitary sewerage 0 STARKE 4 4 4
L'Jioei raised by Mr. Brown on 10 acres 1,000 feet long and will stand about attorney to employ to represent him.
systems, stables adequate water sup- 0 FRATERNAL DIRECTORY 0 4 Jacksonville to Tampa: 4
liaTund the city. The net profitFfwas five feet above high water. The ware Collins that he is now man
near house says a poor plies, leectric lights miles of paved 4 0 O No. 3________________10:55 *. m. 4 i
$4,300. to be erected at the head of the and that the land is all he ,
over possesses. streets and railroad sidings and scores 4 F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. <8> I 0 No. 1_______________11:14 r- m. 4 i+
pier be fifty by eighty feet. The He is therefore, unable to employ his ,..
of storehouses must be constructed in 0 .
No. "Floridian" 1)3m
0 35. Meets every second and <3> 15 --- m. '"
statement was made that Fort Pierce counsel has sent the tc'
and again
of the gover-
t' OKEECHOBEE.-Surveyors a brief 12 weeks. The work on all the 0 fourth Monday nights. <3> 4 4
was selected for this locationon letter of the lawlessnessthat
storage telling
saidto nor a
Coast railway are I '
East must all simultaneous. --
4 4
Florida camps progress e 4 Jacksonville to Cedar .':n..
account of the fact that the
in Santa Rosa
be running a line for from extension this place of the to sels plying the coast will find it con-ves- reigns county. ly. 0 I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. $> No. 21_______________ 4:50'.m.9'
West Palm Beach, venient To complete the 1,000 buildings in 0 Meets Tuesday night. 4 0
branch to that city. It is to stop in here for fuel oil. The every
'Okeechobee each cantonment in such brief time 4 4 Tampa to Jacksonville. &
fuel oil business is ST. PETERSBURG.-Although an
that the extension will be made growing steadilyand 4 No. 4.______________ 3:26
aid the proportion of automobile was hired and $20 was about 250,000 carpenters will be need- 4 M. W. of A., Starke Camp. <3> p. m.
if enough labor can be se- oil-burning ves- 4 No. 2_______________ 4:51 <$>
this year sels is rapidly increasing. spent in getting to this city in orderto ed, besides thousands of other me- 4 Meets every first and third WedS a. m. I 1
.cured to do the work. buy an ounce of opium. two young: /hanics. Each camp will require 2ti,- 4 nesday nights. 4 4 No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m.

Fr.l'AUDERDALE. men, who said they were from Tampa, 000,000 feet of lumber, or. 1,325 car- ,3 4a 4 <8>
BOSTWICK.-Jesse W. Kersey died will be frustrated in their the loads. Roofing nails alone will fill one W. 0. W., All Friends Camp 4 4 Cedar Key to Jacksonville &
were plans by
started almost immediately on the <> No. 20______________ 9:18a.. m. 4
I here Sunday from burns caused by a police. The young men both of whom whole car and all nails and hardware '3 No. 138. Meets every second and 4
nsoline explosion at the home of E. Dania cut-off canal and pushed rapidly were well dressed and apparently re- will fill 20 cars. Another 125 cars will fourth Friday nights. 4
to 0 o $ Starke and Wanaee.. *
completion. F. C. Elliott, chief
Saturday night. Mr. be used the 37- i
I R. Conway on fined aroused the suspicion of a local to carry one camp (Daily Except Sunday); 0
drainage for the
engineer I. I. board
filling his car with gaso- druggist 000 mattresses to be used by the sol 4 Union Chapel Camp No. 536 0
I Kersey was was in this last when they called for an ounce No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:15k. m.
line at the time, the explosion being Miami city Friday and in of opium. They had a prescription for diers. Twenty carloads of construc- 4 meet every first and third Friday 4 No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45p. m. 4
i started by a lantern which had been Saturday planning for the be- the amount which they said had been tion tools will be needed before the 4 nights at Union Chapel. J. A. Ellington 4 f 4
ginning of the work and in inter-
I placed on the front seat. an filled out by a Tampa doctor. The work can start. 4 Clerk, R. No. 1, Starke. T. J. GRIFFIN *
view said that there would be no time
----- lost in this druggist refused to fill the prescription With such gigantic tasks before Agent. 4s
getting work started and
FT. MYERS.-The home of R. B. i when once started would be pushed to and the two young men then went them, leading contractors of the country 4 Visiting brothers are cordially 4

Leake, occupied by Berry Benton, located a conclusion. Mr. Elliott is anxious to Dr. Peabody and asked for a pre- I are figuring men and dollars in 4 invited to attend these meetings. 4 o 0400460'3 4.1'00 .44

o in the Woodrow neighborhood, that this cut-off canal be very finished scription for an ounce of opium. Dr. thousands where formerly they figured 4 4'I I

was destroyed by fire and a number just as soon as possible and he expressed Peabody promptly refused to fill it and in hundreds. Each camp will cost 44444444444444440 Trespass cards for sale at this office.

, of oranges and grapefruit trees were the opinion that the contractors notified the police. Chief Easters took about $3,000,000. Therefore more i-
--- -- -- --
i.. burned. It was with difficulty that would rush the work just the young men into custody but turned money will be spent in the 16 campsin
1'v idly as rap- them loose when he discovered that three months than was spent in the .
as possible.
chil-dren. I they had been unable to get what they Panama canal in a year.

r three miles.DAYTONA.Governor'. wanted. One of the men said he had The War Department favored "dry"territory r 1
; TALLAHASSEE.-Governor Catts I driven over here from Tampa and had in selecting the 16 sites.

o Catts has has removed A. L. Messer as hotel I I spent $20 doing it in order to get the Where other things were equal, the r-
commissioner and appointed Jerry opium. He said he was in business in camp was placed where it would be
vetoed the bills granting equal suf- Carter to succeed him, but Messer did Tampa and did not care to fill the pre- farthest from saloons. The camps will .
frage to the women of Daytona and not get out. He is still in the
scription there. The chief showed be located as follows: Ayer, Mass.;
,other towns in this state. The governor and says he is going to stay there tilla them the way out of town and the two Yaphank, L. I.; Wrightstown, N. J.; .

is on the road to unpopularitywith court orders him out, and sustainsthe men with their chauffeur left in the Annapolis Junction, Md.; Petersburg,

the womenfolks and that is about governor in his removal order. In direction of Tampa. Va.; Atlanta, Ga.; Columbia, S. C.; THE UNIVERSAL CAR :
the rockiest road any man can possiblyhave his removal order, the governor charges Chillicothe 0.; Louisville; Battle ,

to travel. The governor proba- malfeasance and misfeasance in of- Creek, Mich.; Little Rock, Ark.; Rock- : t

bly too into consideration the large fice and negligence of official duties. TAMP-Mr. McGee of the gas en- ford, 111.; Des Moines; Fort Riley, i

prohibition of high school girls that Mr. Messer says no such charges have gine department of Knight and Lang, Kan.; Fort Sam Houston, Texas; satisfied know from i
Over million
would vote in the average town ever been made against him as men- reports a peculiar freak of lightningat American Lake, WasTi. two owners

tion. tioned in the governor's order, so far Center Hill one day last week, a experience that the Ford car is a real utility, an

as he knows, at--- least n__, the,--- governor has few minutes before he reached the .. .
h DAYTONA.-=What was probably a never advised him of any charges hav- place. A severe flash of lightning descended economical, powerful, always reliable means for increasing -

large freight steamer burned off shore ing been made and he was removed upon the little town, struck The Beauty Secret. the profit in business or adding zest to
here Sunday. The fire was first no- without any such advice and withoutthe the end of a block of concrete side-

ticed about noon Sunday by partiesat opportunity of a hearing.MIAMI.Honeymooning walk in which probably twelve or six Ladies desire that irre- pleasure. The Ford car meets the demand for ,

beach, and was so far teen men were standing along the '*
the Pompano sistible charm-a good prompt transportation in every line of human activ-
out it could not be seen from the shore I length of the block, ran down the center "
but was easly distinguishable from autos rudely interrupted when W.joys A. Glenn were 'I of the walk knocking the men 3 : complexion. Of course ity. The demand grows larger every day, becauseof

on the high ridge. Those who saw of this city was held in Savannah, Ga., down, jumped into a hardware storeat they do not wish others the all round usefulness of the car.
the fire estimated that the ship was charged with being a slacker. Mr. and the corner, ran down the floor and ,/- to know a beautifier :
far out in the Gulf stream, probably Mrs. Gleen out the back. No property damagewas 1/1 \
were motoring to North ; r has been used so they Touring Car $360, Runabout $345, Town
20 miles from shore. Late in the day Carolina and their trip was delayed in done whatever, but a streak of ,
charred parts of furniture, toys, etc., Savannah until wires could be sent fire flashed up along its wake. The 1 buy a bottle of Car $595, Coupelet $505, Sedan $645, all f. o. b.

washed ashore. I from Miami assuring the authorities men slowly got to their feet, some of
Detroit. On display and for sale by
be and Balm
that Mr. Gleen and George R. Hardy, them having to helped com- Magnolia
LIVE OAK.-The Suwannee county another member of the party, were menced to rub their stiffened legs and A. W. and G. A. Anderson
arms, some of which were tempararily LIQUID FACE POWDER
watermelon are still receiving registered. The men were placed
growers paralyzed. Mr. McGee said when he aDd ute according to ample direction. Improvement Starke, Fla.For .
good prices, and we are given to understand under arrest by Boatswain George A. u noticed at once. Soothing cooling and
leakes of the Naval left all the' en save one young man Tan
that one reason for this is Reserves, because tefretlung. Heal Sunburn Mop
the superior quality of the melons that they were not able to show registration were apparently all right. The young Pink.:White Roe-Red.
cards. Both testified that man still had a stiff arm which others 75c. at'Druggliti It mail Jirtct
ar. offered for sale. Monday morning they had
G. L. Dorman,who had previously sold signed cards and turned them over to were rubbing. The party of men considered Sample (either color) for 2c. Stolp.

two or three cars at high prices, was authorities before they started on the themselves most fortunatethat Lyon Mfg Co.. 40 South Fifth St..Brooklyn.N.Y. 1.
.given $301.00 for a car load, and Wed- journey. none were killed or seriously in- lh

nesday the top was reached when' a jured.

car grown by James Howard was BRONSON. M. Hodge, of Chief- TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR
Mr. Short for the Northera Remember This.
bought by a
land was in the city Thursday, having
markets for the sum of $316.JACKSONVILLE. To extinguish: flames from petroleumpour NASTY CALOMEL
come to deliver 165 head of fine beef
milk them and they will be
cattle to A. L. Jackson at his pastures -
.-The SeaboardAir south of the city. The cattle were pur- put out immediately for the milk Starts Liver Without Mak-
forms emuMon with the oil and your .jl
Line has inaugurated a chased an s
railway from Leroy Wood, the largest
gas-electric train service between Sav- stock and ranch owner in Levy county. prevents the fire from spreading. ing YCU Sick and Can ;

annah and Jacksonville that elimi- The cattle were driven across coun- not Salivate.

nates the steam locomotivies. The car try. Levy county is one on the best > 4404444400040 --- -- ,
is propelled by gasoline and electricity stock raising counties in the state and 0
and it is capable of carrying several perhaps has more cattle to the population '!> CHURCH DIRECTORY. 4 Every druggist in town-your drug- I II
irist and everybody's druggist has no- ( :
0 0
light-weight passenger coaches at than any other county in the state -
of sixty-five miles an hour. It is the Mr. Wood has several thousand acres BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, 0 ticed a great falling off in the sale
be madein i> pastor. Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. 0 of calomel. They all give the same I of
first equipment of the kind to of finest pasture under fence and whilehe the Good .1
!$ Sunday morning service, 11:00 0 reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is takingits I :
the South. It is to make double does general farming he has grown !S a o'clock; Sunday evening service, 0 place.
daily schedules between the above rich in the cattle business. Others
are ,!> B. Y. P. U. Sunday even- 4
s 7:00; "Calomel is dangerous and people '
named places. learning the same secret and when the S> ing, 6:45; Wednesday evening 0 Liver Tone is
know it, while Dodson's 'I
cattle tick has been put out of commission !> prayer service, 7 o'clock. Everybody 0 perfectly safe and gives better re- Trade in general J JI'

MIDWAY.-Mr. T. G. Jones depot many others will grow rich !S> cordially invited to attend. o sults," said a prominent local drug- p
in the business. '
and at this place, was
express agfit s> 0 gist. Uodson's Liver Tone is person-
Browned in Ocklocknee river Saturday 5> EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. M. FryerS 4 ally guaranteed by every druggist who

,afternoon. Mr. Jones had gone in ORLANDO.-Traveling 4,676 miles ( > priest in charge. Sunday school, 0 sells it A large bottle costs 50 cents, I'' and Your Business i a

swimming with a couple of young I by wagons and Mexican burros is J> 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and 0 and if it fails to give easy relief in

men and two small boys. The young I' probably not just the latest mode of 8> sermon, 11 o'clock; evening pray- 4 every case of liver sluggishness and
men were fine swimmers' and swam touring the country but it is still be- '(5> er and sermon, 7 o'clock; choir re- 4 constipation, you have only to ask for )
down the river considerable distance, S> hearsal 7 o'clock, WednesdayS 4 I
a ing done, however, for Tuesday morn your money back. I in Particular
leaving Mr. Jones, who was not well ing Mr. and Mrs. S. Colvin and son.I I > evening. Come and worship with- 4 G Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant-

1. up in the art, with the boys in shallow S. Colvin. Jr., arrived in Orlando, having I S$>> us. tasting, purely vegetable remedy, I :

i I'' 'Water. While they were away Jones left Mancos, Col., May 29, 1916. S> METHODIST-T. L. Z. Barr, harmless to both children and adults. .

ventured out too far and was taken The journey was begun with eighteen S> pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. C, Take a spoonful at night and wakeup

I I by an undertow. His body was not burros and two wagons, but the animals S> m. Preaching every Sunday at 4 feeling fine; no biliousness sick -- I i :I
recovered until 9 o'clock that night.
have been traded off and sold un- S> 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer headache, acid stomach or constipated ,

til the__train is now drawn by,only, .sevc'U- @> meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 C. bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause I .
'PALATKA.-The Hageman company en. Mr. and" Mrs. uoivm visited at.: 4 o'clock.: Junior Epworth League 4 inconvenience all the next day like

which makes the purchase and Cloud in 1916 where they bought prop- 4 Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior 4 violent calomel. Take a dose of calo-

will operate the shipbuilding plant, is erty and decided to move to that progressive 4 Epworth League Sunday evening 0 mel today and tomorrow you will feel Advertise

a .New York concern, capitalized at little city, but they had to re. 4 at C:45. A cordial invitation is 4 weak, sick and nauseated. Don't losea I I \ i I

1000000. The company has secured tarn to their home in Colorado to at- 4 extended to all to worship withus. 4 day's work! Take Dodson's Liver I II

contracts for the construction of a tend to the final arrangements. They 0 Tone instead and feel fine, full of vigor

large number of government ships and have been taking the trip by easy 4 4 and ambition. ((14-5;i I I r
these will be built at the plant to be stages and for the past month have 4 PRESBCTERIAN C. H. 4 I mmmmmm mm mm .

established at East Palatka. Mr. Dil- averaged 20 miles a week. 4 Abernathy, pastor. Sunday 4 Croup and Whooping Cough Relieved. I ,

.I : \4! who is to be local manager forthe $ school, 9:45 a. m. Preaching every 4 Children's diseases demand prepar- :I We have the circulation \
company, states that work on thew MARIANNA-Reports are reachingthis .j>> Sunday mornin gat 11; Sunday 0 edness. When the child wakes you at : ,

plant will be rushed to early com- that rabbits are proving very @> evening at 7:30. Prayer 4 night, gasping and strangling for its I .;.I!

etion, and that not less than two city growing young 4 meeting Wednesday evening at 4 breath how thankful you are to have : __? :
destructive to crops
4 Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey at hand. I i I I II
= undred carpenters and mechanics will 4 7:30 o'clock. Visitors cordially
f and in other proving !
fruit ways I
; be: employed regularly by the com- nuisance. Especially is @> invited to worship with us. 4 This effective remedy loosens the mu- i i 0i
themselves a |
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pany. 4 0 cous and permits free The
this true in the northwestern 04000000m400000Wheeever breathing. Its soothing balsams heal o : ;
the county, and farmers from there the irritated membrane and arrests I !
MOORE HAVEN. More than 100- headed by Virgil Warford are urging I : ,
You Need General Tonic
000 hampers of potatoes have been every man and boy, white and black and, Take Grove's further take. Keep inflammation.Dr. Bell's Pine Pleasant Tar Hon-to Bradford County Telegraph : =

Kipped from the Moore Haven country in Jackson county to take his gun The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless I
in the house for all colds and bron-
do ey
the far dogs on Wednesday, July 18th, and valuable a : .
so far this season, and chill Tonic is equally as troubles. At 25
chial eruggist,
mars are still digging spuds. Clark his share in helping eradicate the pestin General Tonic because it contains the cents. your (1) : 'The Home i .
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Mounts of the South Florida Farms this county. In this move they are well known tonic properties QUININE I -
Company reported that in addition to joined by J: D. Smith, of this city, the and IRON. It act on the Liver, Drives I 0 I I r.
and You get a'J the important national, i ,
in the oat Malaria, Enriches the I
the individual peach grower .
o. \ potato crop, Moore Haven grow- SO In the .
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It is indeed time to act in the mat-
,: Published Weekly, and entered u second ter of food control when bread made Negroes Were Tried in Mobile Yes- June 28.Err.est

class matter at the (*t-o ice at from American wheat' is profitablysold BE CALLED IN JULY FOR WAR DUTY -terday. Amos lowing, comptroller statement for, gave the out information the fol-

in war-bound England at 25
Starke. MOBILE Ala. June 26.-When of pensioners of the state:
cent less than it is sold in the United ---
States and made from American flour acter for responsible positions on exemption Fisher Brooks and Albert Sanders, negroes "The general pension law passed at
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner which is sold at 50 per cent less per Drawings Will Involve Every and appeal boards. Politi- I are returned to Mobile to be the last session of the legislature increased .

a 1 H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor barrel in the British Isles than in the Man Who Registered For cians generally throughout the country tried for the alleged murder of Mrs. the pensions of widows from
United States. it is said, have endeavored to have Julia May Hess, they will be accom- $12.50 to $15 per month but made no
Service June 5th. themselves placed on these boards, for panied by a guard of the Alabama brigade change in pensions of soldiers. It goes
As an example of how necessary the Those were astonishing figures that purposes, it is believed, of making I according to Governor Henderson. into effect August 1, 1H7.:
food is considered by the were printed on the first page of the "The monthly plan of
of paying
1I production WAR DEPARTMENT WILL money by engineering exemptions for They were recently indicted by pen.
k administration, it may be mentionedthat Tribune yesterday morning, and which wealthy men or to hit at political ap- the grand jury and are in Montgomery sioners will begin August 1, 1917, for
a soldier-in the regular army has showed that on May 19, flour was sell- CHOOSE ONLY THE FINEST I pointments. County Jail for safekeeping."I the month of July, thus making the
' been temporarily released from army ing in the United States at $17.60 a I Letters have reached Washingtonfrom should like for people to know first payment come under the old law,

duties, so that he could go home and barrel and in England at $8.20. On ARMY MEN ESTIMATE THAT politicians who have made the that the accused persons will be pro- and afterward continue unJer the new
the date have been
cultivate the crops, which his aged same potatoes-we downright frank statement that theyare tected by government troops and that lew.
father was unable to do. This is, af- hearing about a potato famine in Eng- ONE MAN.OUT OF THREE WHO seeking influence in Washingtonto proper arrangements have been made I "For this quarter, ending June 30,

ter all, a war when the mightiest wea- land-were bringing $2.10 a bushel at ARE PHYSICALLY FIT FOR have themselves put on boards so for such," said the Governor. "I do 1917, it is very important that pensioners -
the fullest granaries. London, $3.75 a bushel in New York. serviceto trouble but I want give a permanent iH! toffice address
pons are SERVICE WILL BE SUMMONEDTO that they may be able to be of not anticipate any
Hoggish speculators in the neces- friends in their home communitiesin any persons who may think of start- in their vouchers, to he sent in -
German preparedness has been I saries of life began their campaign of COLORS. connection with exemptions. Hun- ing trouble to think again before attempting to the comptroller, and they should '
greatly over-estimated. It is true that' greed in England soon after the war, dreds of instances also have come to to take the law in his own see to it that vouchers are mailed: ,
Germany had prepared herself for this just as they have been carrying it on the attention of officials in Washington hands." promptly on the last day of this month J <
here. The in and '$' <$' *' $ 444444't; > 4400 if possible, so the comptroller wifl
war during the past forty-five years, government stepped in which parents are seeking to Brooks will be tried June 28, according }
but she counted on the war being of saved the day for the people, regulating <$> 4 have their sons appointed to govern- to a statement here today by have time to prepare his list for the 1''
much shorter duration that it provedto prices so that a fair profit was re- RIGOROUS PHYSICAL TEST. ment positions, at nominal pay, with the county solicitor. Fisher will be next month, as hereafter cork that *
be. Withal her care she failed to ceived. The sooner that is done in this 1 0 the idea that service in civilian bureaus tried on a later date. has heretofore taken three months to
' provide herself with inexhaustiblestores country the better for the people. ,$ Below are given the general $> will exempt these young men do must be done in one month."The .

of grain, preserved meats, cop- Any man who will, for the sake of requirements for the army: <> from service with the colors. PRESSING NEED FOR SHIPS ,comptroller has worked out a
per, brass, lead, rubber, gasoline, oils, money, deliberately boost the price of <$ Height, not less than five feet <$ Bribes are being offered Senatorsand -- system having in view the convenienceand
articles -s> four inches, nor more than six '!> welfare of the pensioners and believes
and other the necessaries of life where will -
glycerine many to a point Representatives if they guar- United States Cannot Build Enough I
which would keep indefinitely and suffering and privation is thrust upon' ff feet. antee the exemption of certain regis- Vessels in 18 Month for Transports. their interests will he best observed
which could be had in abundance be- the helpless poor is a greater scoun- $ Weight, not less than 128 <3t' > trants.: Congressmen, however, are under the mw: monthly pay
fore the war broke out. Many of her drel than the yegg who robs a safe, pounds or more than 190. working with the President in weed- ment plan."
'a fully or almost ex the who robs Lungs and heart must be well WASHINGTON, June 27.-Cer-
resources are now or stickup man a roam- ing politicians off exemption boardsin
hausted. clubman the t> nigh perfect. Any heart "mur- order far -'I many's submarine fleet is spread out
ing or jellyfish tramp to guarantee as as possible GIRLS! LEMON JUICE
mur" disqualifies. <3> in the Atlantic in ambush for United
who'steals from child. that
a "absolutely indispensable" -
penny a only -
4 Hearing and sight must be '!> States troop transports, according to IS SKIN WHITENERHow
Russia to
Good news comes from Unluckily there is a large number I men shall be relieved from join-
i : the effect that there will be no sep- or this grafting species in the United good. ing the colors. an announcement by Chairman Den-
<3> Color blindness is not necessarily 4 man, of the Shipping Board. Denman
arate peace, but a fight of German States. Their activities must be curb- Second Draft Coming
<$> a disqualification. 0 and Gen. Goethals, builder of the Pan- To Make a Creamy Beauty
militarism to the bitter end. Russia ed. Mr. Wilson has proposed the rem- America's plans for participating in
revolution has been too busy '$ Chronic diseases or mental disorders i> the It ama canal, have deadlocked over the Lotion For a Few Cents.
since the I edy and has appointed Mr. Hoover to war are now unfolding rapidly.
cause rejection. steel and wooden ship proposition with
with reconstruction work to formu- apply it. Action by Congress is necessary is now believed there will be a second
'$ Loss of fingers, toes or an ear 0 Denman enjoying the support of the
late a program for the future, until to make it legal. The people draft within a few months after the
quite lately; but all classes recognizethat should get behind their representatives Flat feet deformed feet are 4I, matter if wooden ships must be
or scrap-
there can be no peace before autocracy in both houses and see that they the training camps. Pershing's first into a bottle containing three ounces -
r is destroyed and that the late act speedily and vote right.-Tampa v also causes for rejection. division will be reinforced immediately ped after the war the thing they want of orchard white mates a whole
if this <$> The surgeons examine closely 4 now is ships. pint of the most remarkable
evolution has been to no food Tribune. by another large force of picked quarter
end is not accomplished. That Russia & for any affections of the kidneys 4 troops and by September the first divisions The wooden ship program appearsto lemon skin beautifier at about the costone
has some good statesmen is proven '> or chest. At least four molar 4 of National Guardsmen will be be winning favor in Washington must pay for a small jar of the ordinary -
by the speed with which the coun- DIXIE. 3> teeth are necessary. 4 moving overseas. The New York Na- because Congress is opposed to the cold creams. Care should be .
try has been unified, and this means a <*> 4 tional Guard will be the first divisionof high cost of steel. It is claimed that taken to strain the lemon jrice through .
vigorous campaign against the Ger- 44444044444444444 militiamen to go to Europe. They all the ships the United States can a fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets in, :
:'" mans. All of us know Dixie when we hearit will be followed by the men frem Illi build within the next 18 months will the nthis lotion will keep fresh for. .

and many can play or whistle it. Not WASHINGTON, June 28.-Of nearly nois. not be adequate to transport troops months. Every woman knows that

Late events have shown the true a few know the chorus, but we daresay 10,000,000 men of military age in Indications are that the second draft I and men to Europe. I lemon juice is used to bleach and remove -

greatness of the American people. comparatively few know the the United States who have been registered now definitely decided upon by the such blemishes as f-eckles, sal-
y : First it was the registration of young words, and for this reason we print the in accordance with the selective the general requirements for the army II SEVERAL DISASTERS REPORTED lowness and tan and is the ideal skin

i men for army draft, then the buyingof song below: draft law, those who are physically army authorities, will be made not later I IN GERMAN MUNITION PLANTS softener, whitener and beautifier.
the liberty bonds, then the raising qualified and are not exempted, than November 5, five months Just try it! Get three ounces of
, ,, of funds for the Red Cross. The last, I wish I was in de land ob cotton, will have one chance in three of being hence. It will call probably for an- PARIS, June 27.-Several disasters orchard white at any drug store and
: besides being a free offering without Old times dar am not forgotten, called to the colors this year. This is other 625,000 men, possibly more, as have recently occurred in munition two lemons from the grocer and makeup
# any expectations of returns, in a material Look away, Look away, the estimate that has been made by the general staff is now planning to plants in Germany, according to the a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant
. sense, was one that does honorto Look away, Dixie Land.In military authorities in Washington, fill all vacancies cuased by losses and Zurich correspondent of the Matin. lemon lotion and massage it daily'
our love for humanity. The three Dixie Land whar I was born in who state that the American war machine casualties through the draft. It may The correspondent telegraphs that into the face, neck, arms and hands. 95
great events were consummated in a Early on one frosty mornin', will need at first not less than be that 1,000,000 additional men will he has learned from private German

very short time, without any preparation Look away, Look away, 625,000 soldiers for service in France. be called to the colors, making 1,625- I sources that the hand grenade arsenal Read the Bradford C>uub'. Tele
11. almost on the spur of the mo- Look away, Dixie Land.CHORUS The drawing, it is ,believed, will take 000 before Christmas. i at Spandau exploded June 16 and that grnph-the home paper. j

ment. A nation who can accomplish place early in July. I seven ammunition shops at Marienhallwere ..
such tasks on so short order, shows The War Department is aiming to ALL AFTER THE KAISER. I destroyed by fire on the 18th.
.t a love of country, generosity and energy complete the first draft as soon as possible Some ammunition depots at Nuren-
:;j' that would have to be looked for Den I wish I was in Dixie, Hooray, I in order to relieve the minds of burg also have been burned down, according -
in vain anywhere else in the world. Hooray! men eligible for service. President Sister Susie shucking spuds for soldiers to this authority.MR. .
We are proud that Florida and Brad- In Dixie Land I'll take my stand, Wilson, Secretary of War Baker, Maj. ,
To lib and die in Dixie Betty's baking Boston bread and beans Why
ford county did their full share. Gen. Enoch L. Crowder, provost marshal TO LEAVE. :
Away, Away, Away down South in general, and other military lead- Polly's planting parsnips and persim- l 11

The British have shown the good I Dixie. ers are completing strict rules on ex mons, Suffer? I
sense of giving Admiral Sims, U. S. Away, Away, Away down South in emptions. As soon as these are issued Maggie's making mittens for marines, Rev. W. F. LaRowe has decided to
N. the command of the combined allied Dixie. Nellie's 'nitting nighties for the
and exemptions boards and boards of navy, leave this section and make his future Mrs. J. A. Cox, of At!.
forces in the Irish waters. Thisis Brother Mob is busy with his bit
l. appeals named, the draft will be on. tcl
home in South Florida, particular
W. Va. 'vri
ticklish Old Missus Will Weaber Bill is buying bonds to boost the battle derson, :
a most charge. It is pre- marry de Tentative plans, the War Department I point being as yet undecided.
sumed to be only temporarily, but if William was a gay deceaber; has directed, shall not be discussed in Father's finding finances that fit, "My daughter suffered
it is, he will probably be elevated to Look away, Look away, order to prevent confusion. Helen's hoeing hominy for heroes, While here he was a very popular terribly. She coup
; some post of still more responsibility Look away, Dixie Land. 2.500,000 Subject to Call Ed has edged into the engineers, preacher and was therefore called to not turn in bed thy
j : later. The next honor for Amercia But when he put his arms around 'er, The first call for the national army Mike will make his mark in the militia the pastorate of the Christian churches doctors gave hemp, anS
:. will probably be General Pershing tak- He smiled as fierce as a forty will summon from thousands of American Steve sits in a submarine and steers; of Starke, Hampton, Raiford and we brought; her home la
e ing supreme command of the allied pounder, homes 625,000 men of draft age. Folks are going into it in earnest- Graham. These charges he has resigned. die. She had suffered so

t land 'forces on the western front. So Look away, Look away, It is probable that this number maybe A fact that Kaiser very soon will see; much at time. Having ..
far, while the Germans are constantly Look away, Dixie Land.CHORUS boosted to 750,000 in order to bring So wireless him across the broad At- Mr. and Mrs. LaRowe will probably heard of Cardui, we

f being repulsed, we never hear of any -_ iij'ilis : the Regular army and the National lantic leave for South Florida tomorrow, and got it for her."
; victory being followed up. General Guard to full war strength. There He's got to fight the whole darn fam- their many friends wish them good j.

f. Pershing, with his American energy also must be reserve camps, unless ilee.-Ex. luck in ther new home.
a would not be satisfied with such tardy face was sharp as a butcher's the department plans for a second
warfare, but would infuse his native cleaber, draft to follow very soon after the I -
"get up and get" into the proceedings.The But dat did not seem to greab er; first. Men must be trained to fill vacancies CARDUIThe
Germans are becoming too well Look away, Look away, in the active ranks and to take
acquainted with the tactics of Haig Look away, Dixie Land. the places of those who have fallen.
+# and Joffre and reason from analogy Old Missus acted de foolish part, Placing the number of men registered SAFETY in NUMBERSMany
what will be their next Per- And died for dat broke her
move. a man for service at 10,000,000, army men
shing will show them "Yankee heart Woman's Tonic
some estimate that 5,000,000 will be exempted -
tricks" which will come as unexpectedas Look away Look away, from military service for general -

as thunderbolts from. clear skies. Look away, Dixie Land.CHORUS causes. Of the remaining 5,000- "In a few days, &:ie began -

MATCHLESS FLORIDA. 000, about 2,500,000 may be disqualified persons are investingin to improve" Mrs.
for physical disability, accordingto Cox continues, "and had
: the standards now now prevailingfor Time Deposits issued by no trouble at. Cardui
At the end of this year the nation CHURCHILL DEMANDS AGGRES- recruits. There will remain, there- cured her, and we siez
will begin to know Florida for the fore, 2,500,000, subject to call for dutyat its praises everywhere
J, SIVE ACTION OF ALLIED NAVY. the Bank of Starke. We receive many thoa-
first time. They will find out that we
any time, who must be ready to take sands of similar :letters
can grow not only fruits and early up military training. If 750,000 are every year, telling of the
y#, vegetables, but farm crops also. Flor- LONDON, June 24.-Winston Spencer called, the man who has registeredand good Cardui has done for
ida has hitherto not been taken seriously Churchill in an article in the Sun- is physically fit and cannot claim The women who suffer trots
The "sand" has been consid- complaints so common to
day Pictorial demands exemption, has a little better than one
ered too Fruits owed their abun- chance their sex. It should 2a!
poor. in three to get into military
policy for the vast surplus fleets under
dance to the climate, it was thought, service. e you good, too. Try
the entente allies especially since CarduL
REASONSThese E-77 ,
and early truck to heavy fertilizing. America's entry into the war. Strict on ExemptionsEach
But now- when- WP have next tn Tin fers man will be liable for militarv
da;; ;tin I "The allied navies," he declared 4
tilizers, especially potash, service in the order in which his name 4
". able to produce field crops, truck, pork "have today at least two dreadnaughtsfor is drawn. When these lists have been
and beef in abundance, they will wake every one at the disposal of Ger- announced and the boards of exemp-
e* up to the fact that Florida not only many and Austria and in additionmore tions have completed their tremendoustasks Time Deposits as- WONDERFUL STUFF!
stands in the front rank of agricultural than four old battleships to one any drafted man may estimate LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS
states, but on account of the diver- for the enemy. But the superiority in about the time that he will be called.
sity of her products surpasses all of weight of metal, modernity and tonnage The matter of exemptions is regardedas sure absolute safety of prin- -

them. Her only rival is California, is far greater even than these the second phase of the task of Apply a Few Drops Then Lift

but that state, on account of deficient immense figures imply. Are we real- raising an army by universal service. cipal. Corns or Callu-es Off With
ly to be content to this
see vast mass
rain, must depend on costly and uncertain The general rules for exemptions will
}. irrigation for plant growth. of about 200 battleships wait idle on be the same as in former wars. Thatis Fingers-No Pain.
the off chance of the German fleet
Even our own people are just now foreign subjects, those physicallyunfit -
c beginning to find out our possibilities emerging to fight until peace-per- and, in general, persons employed They yield 4 per cent atmaturity. No humbug! Any corn, whether

and that they never before even "half haps unsatisfactory peace-is de- in the public service, mariners, hard, soft or between the toes, will

.:; tried" to do their best. The necessity clared! workmen in arsenals, armories and i loosen right up and lift out, without
for self support, which the war has "When three old battleships were navy yards will be exempted. The particle of pain or soreness.
F created, will do more for our advance- sunk in the Dardanelles it was rep- regulations will designate specificallyhow This drug is called free zone and is a
ment than decades would have done resented as a great naval disaster, but these exemptions will be made. They can be converted in- compound of ether discovered by a
t in the natural course of events. what kind of a disaster would it be Physical Test Rigorous Cincinnati man.
= Therefore Florida lands will be in when, on the day is signed, hundreds '
peace Army surgeons estimate that nearly Ask at any drug store for a small ,
unprecedented demand after this, not of battleships are found to have 40 per cent of the men brought to the to cash at any minute. bottle of free zone, which will cost but\

only by pleasure seekers, not only by been virtually unused and pass into colors by selective draft will be rejected a triflle, but is sufficient to rid one's I
unpractical people who think they can obsolescence to be supplanted in future cn the first physical scrutiny, so feet of every corn or callus.
live an idyllic existence here without wars by airplanes and submarines severe are the examniations. After Call or write for particulars. Put a few drops directly cpon ant
s farmers who
work, but by practical undergoing the severe examinations tender, aching corn or calhu. Instantly ---
would have come here before, only "It is only when we are able to devise imposed by the army surgeons the the soreness disappears and short

that they believed they could not farm and execute some method of aggressive chosen ones will form the best army, ly the corn or callus will loosen and
r here with success. The best way to naval warfare against the physically in the world. In no other it can be lifted cff with the fingers.This .
invest surplus funds is in Florida Germans that we shall find his weak- i army are the physical requirements so BANK OF STARKEState drug freezone doesn't eat out 1
lands, and the best lands in Florida ness and our strength; that we shall! hard to meet. Even Germany's vaunted the corns or calluses but shrivels them

are found in Bradford, county. liberate our splendid navy from the armies are picked on a less strin- without even irritating the surrounding
enchanted circle the submarine has gent scale of requirements. County and City Depository skin.

drawn about it and, compel our ene- Clapping Lid on Politicians Just think! No pain at all; no sore-
So Should W*. mies to absorb themselves so much in President Wilson is making a deter- Starke it
Florida ness or smarting when applying
We should hesitate to trade hones i the process of their own defense as to mined effort to hold exemptions en- or afterwards. If druggist don't i
with a man who makes his living that leave them no leisure to encompass tirely aloof from politics, and is seeking have freezone have your him order it forl
way.-Atohison Globe. our ruin." to name men of the highest char- 'I you. ((62))


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Bits of LocalInformation and will give a sacred concert at D. T. Clark First Man in Bradford to The Military Relief Committee met last Sunday in LaCros-.e. to...

the First Baptist church next Sunday Can Farm Products Extensively. Tuesday evening with the executive Mr. S. N. Hurst was transacting .

night, July 1st, and assist in the songsin board and asked for additional funds business in Jackson ille last Saturday.Mrs. .

b : ii the morning also. The writer of this sketch has for from the local treasury with which to B. J. Sapp spent last Wednes- J.

I j. : This will furnish a rare treat for the past three weeks been constantly finish up comfort kits and start a hos- day in Brooker. Sh
our music-loving people, and all the seeing a small smoke over toward the pital box. bedside of her brother, Mr..J. J. Pin-

I e...,.,. W G. .. ..,M.4 I churches are invited to come and en- old Wells place, consequently like all $50 had been allowed the military holster.Mr. ',,;
I t PN N6 tII 1'...... joy the evening with us, for sacred other people at this particular time relief committee from the local treas- E. Lennon was a !bus less visitor '

song can be made through worship to -anxious to know what every new ury for comfort kits, but the contentsof to Lake Butler last Friday.

" : I Him who gave us this beautiful gift. racket means-I took it on myself to these bags had to be purchased by I Mr. Paul Johnson, of RYtford, was -

it Alachua speaks very highly of Prof. go over and find out what all this the dozen, so it was found more eco- a busines svisitor at the home of Mr.

' J J Ice cream freezers at Stump's. I Mrs. Nelle Hughes is spending the Chapman as a musical leader, and his smoke meant. To my great surpriseand nomical to purchase for five dozen and Mrs. B. F Rj nfroe last Mon .

{*' week in Lake Butler, coaching the rare ability to which we can testify, enthusiastic joy, I found Mr. Clark bags. Thirty-five bags have already day. :r"Mr i

Sam Rosenberg was in Jacksonville musical people for a play. as he has been here. canning wholesome, ripe tomatoes by been handed out, and have been reported Arthur Berry made flying trip 1

hi:t .* on business Wednesday. The paper also says "Everyone was the hundreds of cans. This being the finished. The following week i over to the little city of Jacksonville

{ Mrs. Jay Alderman left Tuesday for impressed with this splendid companyof first time in my life to witness the actual the members of the Red Cross who last Saturday. *! .1

i P We fix anything that is broken ex- Detroit Mich., where she will visit young men, both in their musical process of the art ,I, as you would have not made bags will be requestedto Mr. James Yarborough, tf the Vanderbilt -

! ccept, your pocket. R. V. Turner. relatives. Later in the summer Mr. attainments and their gentlemanly naturally suppose, sat up and took make a bag, so that the five dozen section was a busiryss visitor .

f |( Alderman will join her. bearing and it is a fine type of young particular notice as to just how it was may be finisred out. The additional I to Nev River last Monday. *

% Mrs. E. B. Bennett, of Miami is vis- I manhood to see." done. 25 bags will be given out in the course Mrs. V. E. Sapp was: stopping in

|| iting relatives in Starke. It pays to trade at Sternberg's.Rev. I We will only have them for Sunday, I At the front end of the work shelf of next week. Announcement will be Starke last Wednesday.Mr. .
''as a previous engagement robs us of made as to when the committee will
T were four .
r boys peeling smoking hot and Mrs. Nathan Moore and
Water coolers at Stump's. T. L. Z. Barr left Wednesday our Monday night concert. But we tomatoes and getting them ready for take up the bags, fill same and send to little daughter, Lucile, and Mrs. Janet

"" morning for Suwannee county wherehe can all hear them once. the fillers. At this section of the table destination.The Sparkman, of Starke, spent last Sat- ._

,ia, R. W. Surrency, of Graham, was a will assist in a meeting for, the The evening offering will be tendered was stationed Mr. and Mrs. Clark, military relief committee willn urday night and Sunday in New River. ,.

; business visitor to Starke Tuesday. next ten days. them as a token of appreciation of busily putting the red globes in ster- xt work on a hospital box.: No. 5 Rev. Lawrence, of Brootyr( preached -

f. their Sundaying with us. lized tin cans all ready for soldering. has been selected as being one of the quite an interesting srmon': last '

: Mr. A. Z. Adkins made a business Here at this section was seen a tall must needed ones as well as easily Sunday morning at the New River Masonic
Mrs. George H. Hollingsworth and NOTICE TO CONTRIBUTORS.The prepared. Contents of box follows -
trip to South Florida this week. little fellow with shirt sleeves rolled up, ar: as I hall. ;
Kathleen of
daughter Lafayette collar open, and a broad smile on his : Mr. Jesse Thomas, of Palatka, spent

No. 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious Alabama, are guests at he home of first installment of Red Cross face, just soldering cans like machine 11 dozen sheets, S dozen pillow cas- last Sunday with his mother, Mrs.,W.

Fever. It kills the germs. Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. subscriptions will be due July 1st, work, the ease with which he did it I es bath, 12 dozen towels, 4 dozen Turkish 1 J. Thomas. ,
towels 3 dozen wash cloths.
Mrs. J. L. Peek has as visitors this and all contributors are urgently requested attracted my special attention, and I The wash cloths can be male from Messrs. B. J. Sapp and.son, N. J.

Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Smith, of Day- week, her mother, Mrs. E. P. Otwell, ta send in their first paymentto watched him fix about seventyfivecans old Turkish towels, also knit cr cro Sapp, and B. F. Renfroe w 're business
J. H. Ritchfi treasurer of the fund, ready for the boiling vat, and visitors to Starke last Velnesday.Mrs. .
: tona, are visiting relatives in Starke. of West Palm Beach, and her sister, cheted. Those who will dJ iom kind
without to my surprise none of them leaked. I Jessie ,
waiting for further notice. Byrd and children, of
Mrs. J. P. Wilson, of Jacksonville.Col. of this work please report to Mrs. J.
Drayton Colley came down from The subscriptions are due in four said "in my mind, "It's all in knowing ;:,. rrl wn. Graham, spent the week-e ld with her ;

Valdosta and spent the week-end at monthly installments, beginning with how. Then I asked him how long he The parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. f. Berry. .:
A .V. Long and family and Mr. had finance committee granted the
July 1st. been in the business. "About eight Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parker motored :4
home. J. M. Alvarez and have rnlitary relief! committee an nl ition- 'I
family gone years, was the reply. Little wonder over to Lake Butler last Saturday af .;
out to their summer cottages at that he knew how. I then 'l! Bye; ? to begin preparations 'or this
recognizedthis ;
Mr. R. A. Weeks went up to Jack- lake. BAPTIST CHURCH. box, more to' be given later at the ternoon. They were acc( Kingsley
smiling worker to be
sonville last Monday evening. Aubrey needs arise Mrs. Jessie Byrd of Grah: n.
Moore. We at once became enthusedin Mr. Frank Bevil of Gram, spent
Mr. Patrick Henry, who has been Services Sunday morning next. The a talk about the canning business the week-end at Near *. i
overhaul furniture
can and
your I I I
14. make it shine. R. V. Turner. employed here for some time in the Glee Club will assist in the music and and its possibilities here. Mr. Moore I ANNOUNCEMENTS Rev. J. B. Crews will preach at New "
Southern Express office, has gone to at the club will "sacred seems to think there is
night give a a wonderful River Sunday morning, Jtfly! 1st, at 11
"*< !I I Jacksonville to engage in the same concert in the church. This will be a future to this business for Bradford .
: I The W. C. T. U. will meet next Monday : o'clock. Everybody conu$ .
Louis Wilkerson, of Raiford had i line of work. rare treat and the public is asked to county. He surely knows the canningart
afternoon, July 2nd, at 3:30 at the Remember Sunday school every Sun- :
business in Starke Friday.
: ; enjoy it with us. from A to Z, and right here let me
Methodist church. As seven countiesin day afternoon at New River at 3:30.
We enamel bedsteads W. G. LAW state, if everybody thought of this :
to suit
you. our state will have wet and Everybody come.
J. F. Dyess of Dukes, was in town a dry
'' R. V. Turner. like he, war and all its horrible foes ,
-:- Friday. Pastor. election within the next few months, i .
couldn't starve out. .
and the state is in need of money for,

Rubber garden hose, three styles at The Baptist State Convention will I REVIVAL AT HEILBRONN. wonderful Mr. Clark work deserves, and the credit for he this this work, therefore, kindly ask that. ..j
care puts .
quite number of the Starke j
Starke Hardware Co. carry a each member pay their dues for year
forth in his
younger set to Lake City to attend a getting products ready for 1917.
session for the B. Y. P. U. The I I, Rev. Overstreet will start a revival market. One need not fear it is not The I "
en- Missionary Society of the Methodist -
Messrs. M .L. and Oscar Crews of .j
will last meeting at Heilbronn church next Sun- clean, for it is as sanitary as can be.I !
campment eight days, July church will meet next Thursday ( tti1
the New River section thansact-
412. day night. Everybody invited to at- asked Mr. Clark if he thought he
afternoon, at 3:30, at the Methodist
ing business in Starke Wednesday.Mr. tend. Will continue for one week.J. could get a market for so much stuff church. I 1

M. NORMAN. and he replied that he had a standing 1L'
and Mrs. H. C. Peeples and their Get you a safety deposit box in a contract for more than I can put up

daughter, Mrs. Edna Feagle were vis- fireproof vault for your papers and this season, and at a good price. Had MRS. :MATTHEWS ENTERTAINS

itors to Starke Monday. valuables at the Bradford County Bank DEATH OF URY GREEN.Mr. the rain come three weeks ago he READING CIRCLE.

'."t> J_ would have had
..;" probably 150,000 cans
Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptic, Anodyne Misses Susie Darby, Lois Peek and Ury Green died at the home of of the finished product. Think of this
Thursday afternoon of last week
-Kills pain stops putrefaction.J. Emma Darby, who are attending the his father, Mr. Irwing Green, in the amount of profit. From his conversa- Mrs. E. S. Matthews >
teachers' training clas sat the Uni- Wateroak section, Monday afternoon, tion he is out only about $150 for the very delightfully;
entertained the ladies threading
L. Brown, of the Dukes section, versity of Florida, spent the week-end June 25th. The cause of his death producing ready for the c'annery. Mr. circle of the Methodist composing church.
was typhoid fever, his illness lasting Clark is here from South Florida andis '
was business visitor to Starke Mon- with their parents.Mr. .
a three weeks. Medical and tender Mrs. Barr was the leader for the Make OLD Furniture NEW
care a strictly hustling business man, deserving -
day. afternoon, and conducted most interesting Give it tho rl<'h. dull finwh now Been os
nursing did everything possible to stay the attention of all who wish n all handaome furniture. Tohaetbnwon
Lonzie L .Norman, son of S. J. the hand of the but in I I program. At the close of done bjr an expert would beritrnmvv,but
W. E. Torode of Lawtey was attending grim reaper, to make a success in this life. I youaadottluoraelt in uuetyuauuo wtb
the afternoon, Mrs. Matthews served
Norman, of Wateroak section, joinedthe
Hurah for Clark. Let's and
to busines sin Starke Mon- vain.The get up
her guests with delicious refresh- Lucas
day. Flordia troops last Monday and is deceased was 22 years of age get; busy and heed the example set be-
now at Fort Scriven, Ga. Mr. Shepherd and was a much respected and popular fore us ments. VELVO-TONE FINISH

Mrs. Mae Cochran, of Jacksonville, Adkins also enlisted at the same young man. He leaves father, mother VISITOR. For AH Woodwork and Furniture
time. and several brothers and sisters to This remarkable new finish stains the
who had been visiting Mrs. J. F. Ca- Quite Simple. I wood vmrntthe* it and RIW it a soft

nova, returned home Monday. mourn his departure, and the bereaved NEW CONSTABLE APPOINTED. Jim Jones"But how can I love my I -bandrubbedfinuhiea.wdel.pplwationthre.* Jobs in one and no ciperienc .
Mrs. Wm. H. H. Whistler and grandson relatives have the sympathy of a large neighbor as myself w hen his dog howls !4 neeeewr.tiaz oat-of-dit it on some pietd bn.h of pulub fun*. 4I -
Walter Whistler, left Thursdayfor number of friends. The intermenttook 'all The i lou will be Uehghud with_wits.Qulllf .
aluminum l'urson-"Why.
1892 ware. night
pure spun Former Sheriff S. Denmark has
a short stop at Valdosta, Ga., to place at Evergreen cemetery on i B. I I I :' Lumber &
| Complete stock just arrived. Starke easy brother Jones-very easy-just
been appointed constable of the 6th
visit Mrs. N. E. Mahone, after which Tuesday.IN his I Supply Company
Hardware Co. poison dogI'uck.
district to succeed Jake Johns, resigned. -
they will go to St. Louis, Mo., and
The sheriff received notice of his
then to Muscatine, Iowa, their old HONOR OF MISS KATHLEEN
Mr. Ewald Selen and sister, Miss
appointment several days from To Cure Cold In One
home to visil relatives and friends.Go HOLLINGSWORTH. ago a Day 1
Olga of the Alfalfa settlement, spent _.
Governor Catts, and will present his Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the i iII
Sunday with friends in Starke. bond for approval at the next meetingof Cough and Headache and works 08 the Cold. II Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell !
to for suits.
Stump's bathing Druggists refund money if it ails to cure.
Tuesday afternoon from four to six, the board of county commissioners. E. W. GROVE signature on each how Z5c:. everybody. Advertise.
t Mrs. W. B. Young and children, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez entertained the lit.
r Mrs. R. A. Barbour and children and Dr. Othma Haynes attended the an- tle people in honor of her house guest, I -. -'
nual meeting of the State Dental As-
Mrs. Angie Sternburg have been at little Miss Kathleen Hollingsworth, of
j sociation held at Atlantic Beach dur-
$ Kingsley lake for the past two weeks. Lafayette, Ala.
ing the latter part of last week and
The little folks spent two very hap-
j his visit to St.
Let us overhaul your furniture and extended Augustine, py hours playing on the lawn and giving
where he the of sister
make it look new again. R. V. Turner. was guest his an impromptu program of music
J Mrs. W. J. Grant. He returned home
and recitations. Shortly before six

[ ;4 Closing out ladies summer skirts at Sunday night. o'clock the happy children were seated .

.J: Sternberg's. on the lawn, and the hostess, as-
Mrs. W. has curios-
'" Murdaugh a sisted by Misses Kathleen Alvarez, Ai-
Mrs. Felix H. Long and children are ity in her garden in the shape of a leen Alvarez, Mrs. W. H. Graham and I II

i 1 spending a month at Kingsley lake. Japanese: sunflower. These blossoms little Annie Long, served cake and ice Ice Cream for

They are pleasantly located at Col. C. prow differing very large from and the are ordinary entirely sun-yellow cream.
L. Peek's cottage. The guests at this delightful party
flower in that they do not have a
were Fannie Gaskins Darby, Elise
?' CoL and Mrs. D. E. Knight were vis- brown center.A Jones, Florence Andrews, Elizabeth

.| itors to Lake Butler one day this Andrews, Louise Andreu, Harriet July 4th
farmer Starke has succeeded
)11. .week. near Ritch, Ruth Poppell, Virginia Weeks, ;
.\ in growing crop of as fine navy Mary Canova, Ruby Davis, Lucile '

;' Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter and beans as we have ever seen. What he Mitchell, Charlie Marks, Charles Dar- I

4? family are spending the summer at received for them we do not know, by, Comer Long, Julian Canova, Hugh
., their cottage on Kingsley lake. but the beans retail at 35 cents a quart Brownlee, Carlyle Ritch, Eugene Mat- Delicious Ice Cream is the popular treat for pic:

Why should not every farmer plant thews, Owen Griffin, Laurie Tomlinson -
flies and all occasions where refreshments
beans? on _,
Leave your order with us for porch navy Annie Long, Billy Graham, James .

swings. We build them any style and Richard Wainwright, Paul Ernest served
Mr. C. Rodman Jones, of Montgomery -
finish. R. V. Turner. Knight.
Ala., spent a couple of days of I ;
last week with his brother, Mr. D. C. If you are planning a picnic or some Fourth of
The Boy Scouts will play the Hamp- FOURTH WILL BE OBSERVED.

ton baseball nine next Thursday. It Jones.glad to greet His many him. friends He also here visited were his I July entertainment, arrange to serve this refresh: i iI

; has not been decided where they will mother, Mrs. Bonita E. Jones, of Jack- The two banks in Starke will be ing and wholesome ice cream. .
play. sonville. closed on July 4th, and the other busi- : J
'' I
:: ness houses will probably take a half t)
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Philips of Tal-
holiday, this having been the custom
The prices and goods are right at
i lahassee the last week in Starke ; -
spent Sternberg's.On for a number of years. "The Velvet Kind"Cream t
and on Kingsley lake, visiting relatives -- .
h t. and friends. They left Monday -
Saturday evening from 7:30 to LASSIFIEADVERTISING j
15 for the Capital City D of Ice Creams .
> !):30 p. m., "members of the Starke
Glee Club will entertain the visiting V
1 1I
; No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It .
I members of the Columbia College Glee

; is the most speedy remedy we know. I Club with a water melon cutting at the FOR SALE Three horses. Geo. A. I Any flavor supplied in any quantity. The be t. j

'. home of Dr. W. G. Law pastor of the Gardiner Starke. 6-15-tf.
The Starke Boy Scouts did their 'bit'C Baptist church. The members of the possible care taken of orders for Independence Day. '
in helping the Red Cross in distributing -
WANTED-To trade lot near High
local club are urged to be presentat
.: their posters, going as far and as 7:30 promptly. The young men will School for good milch cow. J. S. Place your order early. We will arrange prompt 1
Lawtey Worthington
Hampton, arrive the six o'clock train and will Mercer, Starke.
other places. You will be with the
be met by a committee composed of delivery. delighted superior i
i Mrs. J. T. Wills, Sr., after having four of the local members. passenger Overland.1917 Good 6 cylinder as new, quality of "The Velvet Kind." a j jI

spent some time with her mother Mrs. NEGRO SHOT TO DEATH FOR driven 3,000 miles. Car and equipment I

: A. F. Brockmeyer returned home to ATTACKING WHITE WOMAN forth $1,100. Will sell for I :

,+ Gainesville Tuesday. Judge Wills and $850 cash. Dr. S. E. Driskell, Rai-
: son, Mr. Jere Wills spent Sunday PUNTA GORDA, June 25.-A negro ford, Fla. 684t. Purity Ice Cream and Dairy Co. J

; with Mrs. Wills. who had attacked a white woman .

was taken from officers and shot to FOR SALE-20-acre farm three miles Jacksonville, Florida I

We can mend any piece of furniture. death by a mob near here Saturday: northeast of Starke, east of Hump- 1 .i I

R. V. Turner. night. hrey's still, joins A. Selen's farm. Phone 7600

Shep Trent the negro, had laid in Four room house, barns, wagon shed I

Col and Mrs. D. E. Knight and children wait for the woman, who was the vic- cow shed, good water, enclosed with ... I
s. motored over to Green Cove tim of the assault. She escaped and hog wire fencing. Make me an of s

:; Springs Sunday and were accompanied outran him and gave the alarm. fer. F. E. Aldrich, 336 West Adams : dt t

-:. home by Mr. Knight's mother Mrs. Officers caught Trent and were tak- street, Jacksonville Fla. 6-22-211| .

,s. D. B. Knight of Lake Butler, who had ing him to jail when a mob formed, b 'f" .

} been spending the past two weeks at took the prisoner from the officers and Read the Bradford County Tele. ... _

the springs. shot him. graph-the home paper. .. J .!
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REMINISCENCES. OOOGOG0000000. '' FOOD CONTROL BILL PASS- Randall Mrs. J. E. Wilson. co-operation in this church committee : ,

E> C ED HOUSE SATURDAY Local campaign Starke and vicinity,, work: Mr. J. T. Moore and Mrs.
1. ,
(Continued From Page ) Lawtey Mr. A.j A!
6 0 >> @ (Continued From Page 1.) Those requested to speak in behalfof Durden of Hampton; Dr..and Mnv) J.
9000000000000004QMarion cider + At noon yesterday the Tele- the Red Cross. and who responded P. Tomlinson who
than other worded in L'ike'Butler ,
gauge was on + received the telegram <8>
graph following during this campaign were Hon. A. V. Miss
the cifically mentioned in the bill instead ; Nannie Howell[ whrf ,
own cars
roads only company's as
here are 0
County-Farmers from the
army recruiting < Long, state attorney 8th judicial cir sisted'in
amunt.of food were used and they were without ,, of giving him blanket authority; voluntary Raiford; Mr. and Mrs. ]1 C. t
trying to increase the $ officer in Jacksonville, with the < cuit of Florida; Hon. Joe Hill WiN Richard Mr. E. R.
attention is being brakes of any kind. The trains were & <, aids in control work were made Poppell and Rev,
that it
produced. Special request published: Hams mayor of Starke; Hon. A. D. T. L. Z. Barr of Starke. *
given to sweet potatoes. "mixed" and made such a noise when v "Florida is nearer its quota of $ subject to the penal provisions all Andrews, state senator; Hon. A. S. Beg to state that the colored!
they slowly lumbered along as to sug- persons in the food administration ex- ptvple
3 men furnished the United States Q> Crews, state representative Hon. W.
; much
are taking interest
that the racket had given birth cept those serving without in the'tRed
gest c < > compensa-
than other Southern
army any G. Seals, state representative Rev. T. Cross
; that
and he
County-Fourteen new can- of the made tion service following: amounts
Taylor under civil
the name were placed
to ponderous
$ ?> ;
state. Come Flo- <
L. Z. Barr
on, Starke Methodist
you young pastor have been
: ning outfits have been placed in th "The Florida Navigation and West India and the President to handed this committed _
was required
I ridians and rally around the flag church; Rev. T. S. Stark; Hon. E. R. Bethel ...
The agent Baptist church S. B. ;;
this county
The Jan-
Railroad. make
county year. Transit Company's ?> to the number of 500 before June <> an annual report on the opera- Poppell county superintendent of public kerson
delivered them and explained how to pastor $1. ;
tion of the bill.
by 16ng
hand cars were propelled '(' needs <8>
30th. Your !
country instruction Prof. S. A. Col.
you *
; Draper, Methodist
use them. poles. After several hours of preliminary Episcopal church, J :M.: :;;:
<$> Fight for liberty! Your President <> J. C. Poppell. Trammell '' '
About 1877 the railroad sparring during which the prohibitory pastor $1. 11
> calls If red-blooded]
are Speeches made in
you you were Lawtey.upnu Mt. Zion A. M. E. church, La'
in the a suit against the Internal Improvement proposals were thrown out repeatedly tey
join made in .
Liberty County-Interest you Speeches were Starke Rai- II. B. Barkley, pastor, $12. .
board and had now great on points of order the prohibition element ;
movement is not v the in France ( > -
food preparedness regulars Apply to ; ford, Lawtey Lake Butler, Worthington Mt. Nebo H. M.
bodies of land for sale. These were the hand and forced Fleming pajtor,
lading. At a recent field meeting i in got upper Providence Hampton, and Brooker $1.50. 4
well advertised in the North and a of amendments which would
the forenoon 150 persons were present Q tion. Today is the day. All expenses <$ adoption after which a local committee was Cavalry] E.
Baptist Johnson
number of immigrants came to forbid the of foodstuffs p.tor,
the large use any during
In the afternoon same num- paid you left to solicit funds and the valued assistance $1. 4to!
Starke, Lawtey, Hampton and Waldo. '. < > the war for making intoxicants and
? f
ber listened to the speaking. apply. of these committees was a ,
Holly Grove W. :M.: Austin
That was the reason for so many <> > would give the president authority to p tor,
large factor in the final success of the 50
boarding houses in Starke at that OOv4 0000C 0000e 00 take over, in his discretion all stocksof cents.
Calhoun County-The cotton gin distilled liquors. campaign. :Magnolia: Baptist church, Raiford,

nery at Altha will soon be turned intoa time.During the summer of 1879 Col. W. Then the House settled down to along Your lommiuee deem it best to A. W. Walker, pastor, 90 cents.A. .'*

feed mill and prospects show up W. Moore came to Starke from Cedar I ANOTHER DIPPING VAT night session with the prospect group the funds subscribed in this :M.: E. church, D. Mf( Curry, pastor

good as the acreage of velvet beansand Key. He saw how the pines were falling that final vote on the bill might be campaign as follows: $2.65. ,

Johnstown _______________ 20.00 Itemized Account
corn is the largest ever plantedin I all around Starke to make room J. T. Quigley hal just finished the taken some time between midnight $ Kept ;
Graham _________________ C9.00 The workers in this campaign save
this county, and rice is keeping pace for fields and homes, and decided here construction of a dipping vat for Lacy and morning. The leaders were determined -

with them. would be a good location for a news- Wynn, on his place two miles west of! to vote before adjournment. Dukes ___________________ 91.25 kept a strict itemized list of the individual -

paper. After prospecting around and Hampton. Mr. Wynn is an intelligent The amendment designed to cut off New River _______________ 2.00 subscriptions and the amount

interviewing the prominent men he farmer and stock raiser and realizesthe manufacture of liquors was adopted Lawtey __________________ 793.14 of same are on file in the office o* the

Hernando County-After partakingof went away but soon returned with importance of ridding the stock of 132 to 114. It was submitted by Rep- Raiford __________________ 623.90 secretary, Mr. J. L. Peek. This list

a fish dinner, G. L. Herrington his family and a small printing outfit. ticks. resentative Barkley, of Kentucky, Lake Butler ______________ 894.90 is open to public inspection, jus> the

state corn club agent made an interesting He took up his abode in a building This makes the fourth dipping vat Democrat and would provide .that no Starke __________________2,411.01 same as any other public'record of. the

and instructive talk to the boys Worthington _________ __ 83.75 county.
standing on. the site of the present for Bradford county and they are located food, food material or feed could be u
The boys were then grouped for pie: Commercial Hotel and in a shack so, that until more vats have- used during the war for the manufacture Providence ___________uu 156.50

ture-taking, after which all enjoyed a standing on the site of Mason's furni- been constructed stock of alcohol or alcoholic beverages Hampton _________________-_ 217.15 TERRIFIC HAILSTORM IX

good salt water bath. every owner Brooker ___'_______________ 198.76
ture store he started the Telegraph.The in the county will have access to one except for governmental, industrial, WATEROAK SECTIpN SUNDAY

first number was gotten up under or another. One vat is located in the scientific medicinal or sacremental

Dade County-Hundreds of tons of considerable difficulties. His son, Sterling Dukes Total ___________________$5,661.36This
one at the State Farm, purposes. (Continued From Page 1.) t
good tomatoes went to waste each Moore, could not make the case one at Alfalfa and the last about mid amount was made up by contri

year in this county prior to 1917. To- stands in time and the "small pica" way of the southern portion of the STATE RANKS HIGH IN STRAW- butions as follows: -

Churches ________________ 54.06
day a tomato must run the gauntletof and "long primer" cases were put on county. $ gro settlement outside of town the

the packing house pulp factory, bacon boxes and Sterling and Wilder BERRIES. Lodges __________________ 59.75 wind unroofed one of their chur.hes1 i

home canner, and finally the hog pen the printer sat on cracker boxes Municipalities ____________ 225.00 A telephone pole] in front of Bes-

before it can hope to be left to rot while they "stuck type" BOLL WEEVILS. Florida, according to the departmentof Banks ((5 banks not yet in)_ 120.00 sent's cold drink stand' was struck

Women's auxiliaries ______
Col. Moore got along well from the agriculture is the ninth strawberry 226.47 and a large number of 'telephones in

Individuals _____________
Suwannee County-A public meet start as every merchant advertisedand R. A. Griffis, of the Wateroak section producing state. The total productionfor the city were put out cf commissionfor .

ing was held at the court house where all had printing done. The Sundays brought to our office 1916 was over 300,000 crates. During the time being.
Wednesdaya j__________________$5,661.36
members of the State Food Commis he spent among the new settlers few cotton boll weevils and their December Florida and California The storm can'e from the northwest

sion addressed a large and enthusiastic who subscribed for the paper and paid larvae. This destructive little insect are the only states that harvest straw- There will doubtless be some belated rnd it was thought that it was of

audience of farmers on food pre him liberally for "write-ups" for the is something new for Bradford county berries. During this month Florida subscriptions which your committeewill greater intensity before it reached
paredness. The meeting was very successful people back home to read. Then came and the specimens left with us have harvests seven times as much as Cal- report Starke. That this surmise was right

in inspiring farmers to increased Louis Witkovski and opened a store. been examined by many with much in- ifornia. The main strawberry harvesting submitted, was proved Muncay; morning, ..vhen A.
H. C.
activity in the production of food He broke down the high prices hitherto terest. Mr. Griffis said that in his time in Florida is.during Jan- RICHARD F. Al" ..lez cam! tc town and t.jld of

and feed crops. in vogue. A box of matches cost neighborhood they are becoming quite uary, February and March. During Chairman. the destruction wrought in his rjeighurhced. -

5 cents, a pound of cheese 50 cents a numerous. the first two months she has practically J. L. PEEK, :,

Manatee County-Several farmers can of condensed milk 25 cents and so The weevil is a quarter of an inch ] no competition but during :March: Secretary. Mr. Alvarez said that farm

; are taking in pond lands for rice growing forth. Mr. Witkovski was a liberal ]long, of dark brown color, and is i in Florida is headed by Louisiana. The How Payments Are to Be Made there had been very volentj; j and

i. The Stewarts at Oak Knoll have advertiser and the other merchants, looks an enlarged replica of the com last of the Florida crop is harvested inn Owing to the fact that part of thismoney brought a deluge of rain. But H) far

already plowed eight and a half acres. to save their trade also had to advertise mon corn and cowpea weevil. It ca :May.: is subscribed through a pledge nothing had been damaged except

", William Johnson and his partners will which brought money to the edi fly and therefore spread rapidly. With The figures giving the standing of card system, to be made in four payments that a great deal of timber had Flown

; plant fifteen acres to this crop. Mr. tor's coffers. Col. Moore was soon able its long bill it bores a hole in the the strawberry states are as follows: monthly a notice of same will i i down and :Marion: Reddish's new,residence
'. to erect residence where the i be in the county the week had been lifted tf the blocks
Johnson has also ordered a carload of a good !1 young bolls and deposits eggs there. State Production 1916 Crates papers preceding ] (

; limestone to use on his corn land. Bradford House now stands and to I I From the eggs larvae about a quarter : Delaware ________________ 740,000 the date for these pledges to But the rain was now I succeeded bye

improve his printing plant. |I of an inch long' are developed which :Maryland: _________________1,205,000 fall due. Those subscribing to th hail which driven by the furious ivind,

x In 1885 or 1886 he sold the Telegraph eat the inside of the bolls and cause Virginia _________________ 58:>,000 }) pledge cards will be expected to send I destroyed almost every crowing thing
Duval County-The bankers of I. who hitherto them to fall. amount due to the Bradford County in its path. Much of the hail wjis as
to C .Webb had North Carolina ____________ 287,500
5 Jacksonville have agreed to lend thirty been one of the numerous settlers on j I On the Telegraph's farm page are South Carolina 50,000.i j Bank where the pledge cards are de large as hickory nuts, and the force
thousand -------- --
val who to in farmers need of in Du Kingsley lake. In the meantime Starkehad found remedies tried with success in Florida ___________________ 316,250.1( posited, without further notice from with which they were prop<,lIe4 was
county are small the
loans for feed experienced a boom and the pa ; Suwannee county for checking the increase Missouri __________________ 637,500 bank. shown by a young cotton boll which
s buying farm implements per was good property though Di r. of these insects. We believe Kentucky _________________ 283,300 Owing to the fact that the Palestineand Mr. Alvarez brought which gad a ';

fertilizers etc.that, with each the written Webb was not bred to the business and ,;' they are effective and worth trying. Tennessee _________________1,271,250Alabama :Miller: sections are in a distant round piece punched out of It, so j

{ understanding follow the instructions borrowermust did not get the full benefit of his op-I, The speciments brought in by ::\Ir.I ________.________ 156,700 part of the county, the committee \vere smooth as if shot out with a rifle ball. J

- in of the portunities. In 1893 he sold the Telegraph ,I Griffis may be seen at the Bank of Mississippi _______________. 119,500 not able to reach same therefore I The noise of the wind hail and !thunI .

county agent. growing his crops. to E. S. Matthews and B: J. .; Starke. Louisiana -_--_____________1,197,100 much to the regret of the committee, I der was deafening, and the thick hail ..

Farmer, who took possession January15th Texas ____________________ 176,250 this part of the county was scarcely] ,I leaves twigs and bark flying about

Dade County-This county has the of that year. Another paper, the GROUND THE WIRE Arkansas _________________1,057,500 touched. | made the day as dark as nigh/, the

only factory in the United States that different names of which we cannot FENCE. California _________________ 395,800 I Tanrsportation CommitteeThis I only illumination coming from tie incessant '
makes arrowroot starch from the native remember had been started by Col. committee desires to thank the I flashes of lightning. Shingles .j.,

plant "Compt. About fifty tons Moore and had lived a feeble existence When lightning strikes a wire fence Total ___________________8,478,750 j Boy Scouts for their assistance in ad- on the roofs were ofteu split and ev-
are milled each month. The factory. under different owners until about livestock vertising. Special thanks are due to ery wndow on windward side that ;:
standing it
near are likely Since Florida the field almost
has orders for a year ahead and is' 1889, when it finally petered out. In I to be killed. The best to reduce occupies the following persons who lent their was not protected, was broken. It :,

running night and day. "Compt" is the first part of 1898, Mr. Matthews the danger is to ground the way fence exclusively during her market- automobiles for the week's work: J. seemed as though the final destructionof ,i
says ing season it is probable the value of
the Indian name for Zamia L. Peek, F. F. Stump George White the world had I
integrifolia. bought out Mr. Farmer's interest in F. :M.: Rast, of the come.
University of Flor- her would her in
the Telegraph and has been the sole ida college of agriculture. Electricity place crop than ninth.A put even a higher :Mrs.: Hughes Brooks Shipman, E. R. After the storm hall ceased *,d the x

owner of it since then. will follow the wire and if cattle, hor- I Poppell. farmers went out to view the d. nage,

Suwannee County More than nine- When the Telegraph passed to the .j I ses or mules have been driven by a Woman'suxiliary what a depressing sight met their A
fishing party consisting of :Mr.: :Mrs.: J. E. Wilson, chairman of the This Wateroak section counted
ty per cent of the watermelons grown present owner the "outfit" was small storm to drift close to the fence the eyes.
in this county will be sold through a and far from modern. But as time i current may jump from the wire to and :Mrs.: G. C. Livingston and Mr. and Starke Women's Auxiliary reportedthat as one of the richest in Bradford had

melon] growers association this year. rolled along, a brick building for I the livestock causing their death. Mrs. C. A. Knight, spent several days $165.18 was collected Saturdayon been smiling with abundant cro is, for ;
of last week the lkes around the streets of Starke by the young timely rains had fallen during t e season -
The If among
prices are good now and the as- housing the plant was bought and the I the fence is properly grounded, I
I Putnam Hall. They report fine time j ladies and girls. (Names of these are and all had been the
sociation has had much to do with es- material and machinery was constantly however, it will carry the current directly a n
and plenty of fish. given under the photo on first page.) prospect of abundant harvest as a
tablishing them through the elimina- added to. The more expensive items into the ground. Ground wires

: tion of competition among sellers. Ev- were a Mergenthaler Model 8 lino- should be placed at intervals of twen- Publicity CommitteeMrs. reward for the incessant toil c< npell-

ery member of the association signeda type and a Whitlock two-revolution ty rods. Use No. 8 or a No. 10 gal- BRADFORD COUNTY OVER- R. A. Weeks chairman pub- led by war exigencies. But wh it had
contract the vanized iron licity committee made report as follows ]- now? The cotton that h J just
transferring title and own- press and printing office is now wire. A rod or small cable SUBSCRIBED HER 4
ership to his crop to the associationfor both complete and modern. is better but is'more expensive and QUOTA : begun to form bolls was beater, to the

the purpose of sale. The Telegraph has experiencedmany can hardly be recommended-especial Decorated cars were sent out every ground and totally ruined, and sp were ;o

vicissitudes during the thiriy-; ly for an old fence. (Continued From Page 1.) day from Monday until Saturday in the pinders cowpeas and vegiiables.
Twist the wire Thanks are due to the Boy The oldest corn, while prostr ed, is ;!
two three
Wakulla County-I closed a deal eight years it existed, but its pi. or turns Scouts
lots have around each fence wire and younger girls of the or- not a total loss for most of tfe ears
with Mr. Harmes Saturday for a num- kept it clear of rocks and by meansof who
shoals a crowbar set it in the Cross nurses, each carrying a ganization greatly assisted in this can be saved but the blades ha je been :
ber of Duroc-Jersey pigs for the club and it is now in a more prosperous ground to work. Street
a depth of four five bution box. carried contri-j' signs, posters and hand beaten into strings and there trill be ..y
boys. The bank is lending the boys condition than at any previous or feet. In a dry They on a bills
were liberally in advertising.
section it is better less campaign for small coin no fodder. This section aboi/ids in*
the money to buy the pigs. Mr. time. It is the people's paper a'id to sink the wire Literature furnished
deeper until it summing showed that had col- by head- pecan trees which promised a; heavy
Harmes has! no razor-back hogs or will continue to be so. comes into contact with up they
' '- scrub cattle on his farm. Some of the moisture, since a dry earth makes a lected $165.18 during the day. quarters sent to each town in the yield, but the leaves and yours nuts ':

farmers in this county poor conductor of electricity. Lawtey and Lake Butler also had a county. are all beaten off. Tree were
are plowing up CHRISTIAN CHURCH MA TIERS. The long distance phones of
their cotton where serious damage has band of nurses in the field and while county blown across the fences and reds ev .

been done by the boll weevils, and are STATE AUDITOR HERE. the Telegraph has not the actual figures were the Red liberally donated to the use of erywhere. How many pigs calves, .
the entire '
planting peas and peanuts. Rev. McGuire has accepted the pas- shown by their work it is learned for which thanks week chickens and wild birds have ben kill-

4 torate of the Graham Christian church Mr. E. I. Matthews and Mr. McIntosh that at both places large amounts Speakers are due. ed is. not yet known. Just, after
were furnished with book-
were collected. the storm the ground Covered
and will hold services there i was
Dade every the new assistant state lets and
County-Mr. C. G. Smoak auditors explaining the workof
reports The following have been thickly with hail and thrd rifts were
third each reports
Sunday of month and the have been in Starke
to audit the the
that he Red
has Cross
not ac- well
bought any can as as the need often
given to the foot
before. Telegraph for publica- a deep. J
Saturday welcome.
ned goods other than milk for four- There will are counts of the different county officers. tion: for the huge war fund and how it will i i The path of the storm was about a
be a convention at Mr. McIntosh
;: teen years. He also that he Sampson was called away aftera be spent.
says expects -
mile wide and to the the ,
to quit buying that just as soon City July 28 and 29. A good pro- few days' stay here, leaving Mr. Special Finance Committee. Miss Amelia Ray has kept the pub- destructive! Aril
hail of 22
gram is anticipated, as Messrs. John Matthews The Starke and Lawtey branchesof "tarm : ,
as he gets his silos built and some to do the tedious work alone lic posted through the Bradford Coun-
grade Jerseys bought. There six Mullady, W. T. McGuire T. N. Kendrick He is a most thorough-going official American Red Cross held a meeting ty Telegraph, Times-Union which also took place on a Surilay! af- I
are and Metropolis
y members of the Smoak family and a C. A. Youngblood and W. G. and after he has pronounced any bookas in the court house Friday evening to Lake Butler Times and the- j I ternoon. The last storm was te? most

farm foreman who boards with them. Seals compose the committee for get- "0. K.," it may be taken for gos- devise ways and means of raising the Raiford Tribune. Each will have destructive however because i struck ;
ting it pel that it is $5,000 allotted to Bradford paper a more thickly settled section fend because ,
Mr. Smoak is a well-to-do farmer and up. correct. He spent nearly county as final figures and details for this week's
their table is well supplied. They three weeks in Starke and found littleor its share of the $100,000,000 war fund. issue. it happened at a time -jx> late ,

eat nothing to complain of, but muchto At this meeting the Finance Committee for replanting of the princip crops.However .
canned goods every day but they CATTLE DIPPING. Am exceedingly pleased to
of the report pinde. an j velvet -
Starke cowpea
grow them and can them on their own praise especially the way thclerk's e Branch was dele- that owing to the enthusiasm and interest
farm. accounts were kept. Through gated to make the effort to secure this taken the i>cans may still be planted if.ifed can '
his amount of by community as a re obtained, and the wctting lard
subscriptions. The
of cattle to rid them of unassuming and courteous manner Finance whole, and tjie
Dipping evidenced
by service
I he made Committee held my received will make it '!ui table W"or tie
friends while a meeting at Red
Sloan's Liniment for Rheumatism ticks will take place tomorrow, Saturday many here and expense account is exceedingly small.
The I the officials will be glad to him Cross headquarters, Starke, Sunday, planting of potato vines. I
pain goes so quickly after you at the Humphrey & Yarborough :' greet Church CommitteeMiss haJ-
apply Sloan's Liniment for rheumatic of when he comes again. His work June 17th, at which time a campaign The heaviest sufferers we heard
dipping vat, east Humphrey's still. : was committee Amelia Ray chairman begs to of are, Messrs. N. D. WainwriAt 1
'.. pains neuralgia, toothache, lumbago, A large number of cattle will be completed Tuesday. was organized as follows: state that through the efforts of this Reddish Drew Reddish Marijri ;i

sprains and it's so easy to use. It; ped and a government expert diP-I' M.Publicity Alvarez. Mrs R. A. Weeks and J. committee the ministers of the coun-I I Richard, Griffis, A. B..O.lvarez Reddish -,

quickly penetrates and soothes with present to oversee the work and Dreaming of an Absent One. ty were notified that the Red Cross requested Charles
. out rubbing and is far cleaner and plain it. There will also be speaking To dream of grieving over the absence Transportation, J. E. Wilson, J. J. them to preach a patrioticsermon I Carter and Mrs. CICk, but
' Truby A. W. Anderson ; mary suffered toe l less te"t. All
more effective than mussy plasters or on agricultural subjects. Come and of anyone is said to be a sure and R. R. on Sunday, June 24th and take I have I the
Thede. I sympath of the
:itij1 county -
ointments. learn something8uable.. I sign that the person you dream of will an offering for the benefit of the Red in their los .
Banks, E. S. Matthews. thouc'i: the 1A *s on-
Keep a bottle in the house and get soon return, and with friendliness or Cross fund. Also the
Municipalities, C. F .Hoover and Sunday schools I cerns us all, as every N.*ailf.tent off
prompt relief not only from all nerve i love grown all the stronger through were requested to observe June "
pains but from bruises strains over Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System I f absence. But to dream of rejoicing at Hill Williams. as Red Cross day. The Old Standard centra tonic Churches, Miss Amelia Ray. mentioned have hot!. vwcpy and credit -
and all external itrengthening ,
exercise sprains As
anyone's absence means that you will I a result of this work I have
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drives Lodges N. and will soon be th' ; ferf :
oat I Sternberg. on ; r
aches. At and
your druggist 25c ILlutaearichefNeblood..ndbnlldaaDtherra shortly receive news you would rather ed )Ir. N. T, Ritch the sum of $60. Storms
.. Athletic sports, F. F. like the oi.e 4crlleo'Qre so
$1.00. ((1) ( ". A true tonic. For.<*ultand children JOc i l>e without Stump. As chairman I wish to thank the
,: Women's auxiliaries Mrs. J. D. rare in this country that they will
following for
persons their courteous probably never see another 4e. it.

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NOnCE. DESCRIPTION OF LAND fee. Twp. Acre Owner Taxes & DESCRIPTION OF LAND See. Twp. Re*. Acres Owner 1L
Notice it hereby given that the following delcribed Lade will be oold at public auction on 8. Eo Costs.NW & E. a
1"1'} J'b'It MONDAY IN JULY 191'7. it being the 2nd day of Aid month before the Courthouse '4 of SEVi and E 12 A of NEVi of LoU 2 3 and 4 of blk '3-Temple's add tiste. 11
the Starka in Bradford County. State of Florida, or 10 much thereof u will be neceanry toW SW1i ___ 9 6 18 62V.. M (1)1. tJ ____ l> H to Starke __________ 1-
_r at ----------------- _______ T. R. L.
l tilt aJIIOlIDt due for taxee herein llet opposite the Am" together with the cost of such sale E'.. of SWV of SW}, ______________ 9 f 18 20 Wn "rice __.H__.__ ".24 Lots 469 and 11 of Blk "B"-Rising's Diughtry_ .::1.27

adftrtlaiJll. NWV4 of NEVi _______________10 6 18 40 W. C. Allen _______ 4.14 add to Starke ----_-----_--?--______ Mrs Teresa *. _
t SE>K of NEtS w._____11 6 18 40 Seboy Jones _____ 5.49 Lots 11 and 12 of blk 35-Peek's add to ---- Leviton 4.U ,
. .
;; DIIISCRlmON OF LAND Sea T p .... Acres Owner Tan. Af' SW}, of NW% ____________12 6 18 40 Seboy Jones ____ 5.49 Starke _-_-__ _-__-__ Laura ; ,
s. E. Coeb.W 2 A in NW cor of NEVi of SE}. _____14 6 18 2 Ella Borroughs (col) .95 1 lot in Starke iii N and S-by --- Harris 2.09 1

of Nwli and NW4, of SW44 _31 4 19 70 C. J. Haney 'l.65 NEVi of NEVi ___________________14 6 18 40 Unknown _________ 4.24 210 ft E and W, bounded E by Wal
S $fld Ely of SWV. and SE'4 ___31 4 21 660 Unknown ____ 46.08 WH of NEVi of NEVi and NWVi of nut st, N by J. R. Davis, W by land 4
rET of NE14 ___ ;-___-;___;______25 4 22 40 Nero Bawls ___ 425 NEVi and NH of SWVi of NEVi -17 6 18 80 R. W. Williams _____ 9.58 of B. L. Bugg and S by blk "C" of 1
lot of NEl4 and S 2 of NW4 and S36 SVi of SWVi of NEVi and NWVi of N. J. Jones' add to Starke --------__28 6 22 Dr. N. W.
__- ______ 4 22 45":: Irs! Carrie B. Starling SE% and E!; of NEVi of SW>4 ___17 6 18 80 Martin Malphurs ____ 10 83 1 lot 52'i! ft by 105 ft in NE cor of Francis ._ 05.25:t 1
________ 61.23 SEVi of NEVi and NEVi of NE'i! of lot lying 220 ft S of Madison St, and
rr, SW'k of NW4i and N4 of SW44 __14 5 18 120 M. J. Nettles __ 11.80SE14 SE}. _21 6 18 50 L. R. Graham _______ 7.06 bounded N by Edwards. E by Sanders I
of NW% --.1/ 5 18 40 Phillip Nettles __ U41 NEVi'of NEVi ________________25 6 18 40 Unknown _______? C.49! street in Starke -----------------__28 6 22 Mrs R. S. I I
of SE'4 ________________15 5 18 6s. M. H. Nettles .__ 8.01 EVi of NEVi or lot 1 _______________27 6 18 80 Seboy Jones ____?_ 6.76 Beg at a point 200 ft W of NW cor Fernandei 4.69
of NE% and 26 of A of and SE;, of SWVi except W 210 ft 1 6 19 34 Mrs. R. I. Tomlinson.. 7.17 of Madison and Broadway sU and run
j't.. x; of NWlS and N 2.3 SWl4Nwyi S>$ of SW>4 of SWVi ________________ 7 6 19 20 J. B. Crawford ____ 1.96 W 148 ft to Orange street N 110 ft
f.. of and N 26 2-3 A of SE4 oft Ely of NWVi and NEVi of SW'4 ____12 6 19 120: Mrs. R. I. Tomlinson 11.80 E 100 ft, N 100 ft. B99 ft. S 210 l'
NW% ?? -- ---- 18 5 111 253 W. C. Allen __ 24.03 SEVi of SWV4 and SWVi of SE -i ___13 6 19 80 Bank of Lake Butler 9.28 ft to point of beg in Starke ------_________________ J. W. Eddy
, 8v4 of NE'w _____________-23 15 18 40 C J. Johnson ____ 4024 NWVi of NWVi ____________________18 6 19 40 J. B. Crawford ____ &.4. 1 lot in Starke bounded N by Jackson .81
\ W 4 of NW 1N and W 12 A of E- ofNW4 NWVi of SEVi __________________JlW" 6 19 40 J. H. Avero ________ 4.71 street. W by lot of W. M. Rollings-
_------ ______U 5 18 92 C. J. Johnson ___ 9.58 of NEVi and Eli of NWVi and worth and S by Mrs. Moore and E by I
1114 of SW44 and NWl4 of SEI4 ___27 5 18 80 J. W. Blume 10.53 NEU of SWi; ___________________24 6 19 200 Bank of Lake Butler 13.78 L. H Austin, known as "Georgie La- ;
81'4 of NE14 _________________36 li 18 40 E. r. Dicks 4.11 Com 140 yds S of NE cor of NE'i of ker lot" -----------------------__28 6 22 Unknown .___ ____ '; :14
Spy of SE" ------------ 6 li 19 40 Unknown ___ 6.12 NWVi and run S 140 yds W 210 yds. Com 367>;i ft E of NE cor of Broadway ? '
: NEY4 leu Ry right of way ___22 5 19 'l4 B. G. Lueiter 6.76 N 140 yds E 21) yds to point of beg28 6 19 6 Unknown ________ 2.47 and Hoyt streets on N side of f
'I SWY and SWy4 of SE'4 ___Ji 5 19 80 Unknown ___ 1222 15 A in SW cor of SWVi of NWVi E of Hoyt street. and run N 105 ft, E 52> ,
.'I\Of\ of NEVI and NEt4 of 3W4 _35 li 19 80 Unknown ___ 8.39 R R and W of public road _______!8 fj 19 15 D. L. Palmer ________ 6.42 ft. S 105 ft to Hoyt street W 524\ t.1

4 of NE'4 _____; ____________30 5 r-o 40 Unknown -____ 4.11 Beg at NW cor of SWVi and run E ft to point of beg in Starke --____28 6 22 Unknown ._._.___._ ;3 37
:-lCI14 of SW54 of SEl4 ____12 5 20 10 W. T. Ritch 2.14 308 yds, on line dividing N}; and SV-j 1 lot of .and ::40 yds N and S by 120 ,
\ JIL 01 NEy ?-?------------- 5 20 80 T. B. Handley __ 20.61 of sec. 29 to a point of beg thenceE yds E and W in SE cor of SEU of -;
: ';1644 of yiEli of SEl4 of SW 44 __15 5 20 5 Chris. C. Buekhart 1.88i'4W' 440 yds thence S 880 yds. to see SEU ----------------____..___29 6:2: 6 Mrs. A. E. Driggers 7.77
I 14 of SWI4 ________________21 5 20 40 Mra. W. A. Owens __ 1.12 line. ,thence W 440 yds. N 880 yds to SWU of NEI, and WI, of SE% of lu
]nr14 of SWy4 ______-25 li 20 40 B D. Andrews 6.12 point of beg ___________29 6 19 80 C. A McLeod ______ 10.45 NEU-and NWU of SEU _______30 6 22 100 Hannah Brymer let. :'
51'4 of SE'4 _--____-__-- 5 28 40 Unknown --___ 4.7114E44 NWVi of NWVi ___ ___?__30 6 19 40 Unknown ___________ 6.12 E!;; of NEU of SWU ----------____32 6 22 20 Richard Albert _x'8.86 j.55
of SEya ----- -26 5 20 40 B. D. Andrews __ 8.96 NEU of NW'i N of river _?______32 6 19 30 Unknown ________. 4.71 Com 70 yds W of SE cor of W'? of n
of SW'4 ____________ : G. V. Goodwin ___ 8.86 LoU 7 8 9 and 10 of blk 1 in Worth- NWU of SEU and run W 70 yds. .1 i .
wls 29 of bllt 3 in F N. ington ----------N. J. Parrish _______ 3.01 N 35 yds, E 70 yds, S 35 yds to point t 1
Lot add to Lake Butler -------------------.2----------- Unknown -------- 1.10 Lot 1 of blk 2 in Worthington __________--------- R. E. L. Duke ____ 11.79 of beg -------____________________32 6 22 Mary Ann Jackson\ '".!.0"
44 of blk 4 in F. N. Andrews add to Lots 3 and 4 of blk 2 in Worthington 1 A in SW cor of E'i of NW'i! of ';

Lot lAke Butler __________________________________ Unknown ------___ 1.10 _____..__..__..................._____________-____ E. J. Hardee ________ 1.87 SEU --------__________-____32 6 22 1 Laura Moore ______1 1.42
It of bIt 4 in F. N. Andrews add LoU 6 and 7 of block 3 in Worthington Lot 1 of blk 1 in Lincoln City -----______________ Mary Joiner ____. 1.84
Lot Lake Butler ------------------ Unknown ---- 1.10 .____.__________.__..__________--______-__ Butler Stevens Ii: Bell 22.43 Lots 1 2 3 6 and 7 of blk 4 in Lincoln .
to blk 5 in F. N. An. Lot blk in ____________________ Unknown __________ 1.88 "
3A II 4i and 46 of 1 of 11 Worthington City ----------____________________________ Unknown ____ 2.44
dren add to Lake Butler -----_ ----- Unknown ______ 1.42 Lot 4 of blk 11 in Worthington ______________ G. W. Andrews ____ 1.02 Lots 4 and 5 of blk 4 in Lincoln
Lot 47 of blk 5 in F. N. Andrews add Lot 1 of blk 15 in Worthington ______________________ Unknown ___________ 1.17 City -------________________________-________ Lee Ouidy ___. 2.44*
to Lake Butler ______ ------- Unknown --- 1.10 Lot 1 of blk 19 in Worthington __---=---- Unknown ____ 1.88 Lots 2 and 3 of block 5 in Lincoln i
Lot 54 bIt 6 in F. N. Andrews add to Lots 3 and 4 of blk 19 in Worthington City ------_--------____?__-___________ Fannie Albert ______ ;2.14
Lake Butler ____________------_____ Unknown --------- 1.10 ton "________________________________-------------- Unknown _________ 10.68 Lots 1 and 4 of block 6 in Lincoln ;
Lot 15 of blk 3 in McKinney's add to 2 and 3 of frad blk 21 in Worthington City ----------________-__-________?____?__ Fannie Albert ____:2.44
flew Lake Butler ---------------------- A. C. Wadsworth 9.16 ______-_______ ___________________...._______ H. J. Davis _______ 2.18 LoU 1 2 3 4 5 6 and 7 of blk 9 in <&
Loll 24 and 25 of blk 3. McKinney' add Lots 7 and 8 of blk 25 in Worthington Lincoln City -.--______________?_____________?____ Unknown __________ *4.11
to new Lake Butler --------------------------------- Lake Butler Ice and .................................______------------- Mrs. E. M. Petty ____ 147. Lot 8 of blk 9 in Lincoln City ---_________________ Simon Hankenon ____ ,1.42
n 42 43 44 blk 3 in McKinney Electric Co __?__ 14.49 Lots 1 and 4 of block 31 in Worthington LoU 4 5 and 8 of blk 10 in Lincoln

Lou add or new Lake Butler ------------------------- H. A. Hewitt ____ 14.19 ton "__-"__" _"_____________-___-_?_-__________ Unknown ___________ 2.18 City ---------------_____________-.___________ Unknown. _______ '1.76
a 4 of blk 4 in' McKinney's add 9 and 10 of blk 37 in Worthington LoU 5 and 8 of block 11 in Lincoln

Loll DeW Lake Butler _______________________________ Unknown -----_ 4.11Left ___-__________ Mrs. E. M. Petty _--_ 6.42 City -------------_______________________________ James Johnson ______'* 1.76
or 1 of blk 13 in B. L. Newsom' Lot 3 of blk 38 in Worthington _____________________ Unknown ____.. 1.88 LoU 1 3 4 5 7 and 8 of blk 13 in Lin-
add to Lake Butler ________-____________ Mra. V. O. Scarborough Lot 8 of blk 38 in Worthington __________________________ Mrs. E N. Petty ___ 1.12 coln City -----------___________________________ Unknown __________ i2.81t
_____________ 4.41Bit Lots 2 and 3 of blk 24 in New River23 6 20 D. W. and I. W. Pin- LoU 1 2 3 4 and 7 of blk 14 in Lincoln

3 in D. E Knight' add ,to Lake holster __________ 1.61 City -----------___________________ Unknown ...I.i .__ '2.44
Butler ___ ---- ---------------------------- L. M. Stokes ________ 10.83 W14 of SWVi ?_________________25EVi 6 20 80 F. B Johns ______ 11.79 LoU 5 and 8 of blk 14 in Lincoln ? 1
814 of lots 12 and N 5 ft of Iota 5 and of SEVi ________?_____?______29 6 20 80 F. B.. Johns _______ 11.79 City ------------------_____________________________ Unknown ___i______ Jl.42
4 in F. P. Odom' add to Lake Butler N\-2 of N4 of SEVi of SW'i! of SEVi2U LoU 6 and 7 of block 15 in Lincoln :
__ _______________________ Charon Ii: Sparks 11.13 A ___-____ ____-____13 6 21 3SO Wm. McLeod _____ 1.32 City ----_----------___________________________ Unknown _______ U42
tot 9 in T. E. Dekle's let add to Lake EV of"SEVi _____________________13 6 21 Wm. Edwards _____ 'l 25 N'4! of NWU of NWVi except 8 A on i
Butler _----- Mra. Jessie A. Wilson 17.55 SEVi of NEVi _________________13 6 21 40 Unknown ________ 8.95 Wend and U A "vault lot"______33 6 22 12 Mrs. E. F. Johns ___. 17.47
tot 14 ia T. E. Delde' let add to Lake SWVi of NWVi ___________________.29 6 21 40 A. L. Wynn Est ____ 4.71 Com at NW cor of NWU of NWVi sand
Butler ____-___________- ----------- S. S. Proctor -____ 10.83 NAV'i of NEVi: of SWVi 2 6 22 10 Rev. S. F. Wolfe ___ 2.14 run E 525 ft. S 105 ft, W 525
n of lot 30 in T. E. Dekle'. 18t add to SW}, of SEVi! _______?____________ 8 6 22 40 Unknown ________ 5.50 ft N 105 ft to beg -------------___3J 6 22 2 E. W. Driggers Est_ JUS
Lake Butler __________________________ Unknown -------- 2.44N W. of NEV4 and E'; of NWVi! and 3 A in SW eor of SWU! of NW'i! W ..
1-3 of E% of lot 1 and WIh of lot E'Vi of SWVi and WV! of SEVi ___ 5 6 22 320 E. S. Canova _____ 34.35 of Ry --_------_-_--_______33 6 22 3 King Chandler ____._ :..11
t in T. E. Dekle' 2nd add to Lake NEVi of NE'4 6 6 22 40 J J. Johns ________ 4.71 About 4 A in SW cor of NWU ofSWI.
Butler ----------------------- S. M. Carver ____ 7,77 Undivided 2-3 interest in N'i; of SW E of Ry and W 9 A of NVi 3 i.
Lot 11 N of Ry in T. Eo Dekle'a 2nd add i. _____________________ 6NWVi'o'f'NW'i 6 22 53 J. W. Hodges Est __ 3.12 of SWVi of SWU except 1 A for :
to Lake Butler ______________________ Harry Williams -- 4.11 __________________ 9 6 22 40 Geo. A. Joyce ___ 10.53 church ---- -_---------------____33 6 22 12 Unknown __-'-______ 8,49
4 A in SW cor of N'4 of lot 4 ______31 5 20 4 Mra. C. A. Knight E3 i of NWVi of NWVi _______r____10 6 22 30 E. E- Hinckle ____ 3.48 Com at NW cor of NEt, of NEVi and '!
4 A in SE cot of N4 of lot 1 lying (Heirs) _________ 4.11E NEU of NEL4 and WV4 of NEVi and run E 522 ft, S 109? ft, W 522 ft. N 'S
of S. C Crabb and S of land owned NE'i! of NWVi and SWVi of NW 1092 ft to beg ----_?_____-_____34 6 22 14 L. E. Lee -----___ ,n.13
by J. G. Purvis ____________31 5 20 4 Kibby Lamar ________ 4041 '4 __ ---___________10 6 :'2 200 H. D. Tucker _____ 20.87 EI; of SWU -----------_____________34 6 :::2 80 C. B. Griffis. Eel __ ':..09
Lots 7 and 8 in Townsend' add to Lake Eli of wvTof NEVi ______________11 6 22 20 Mary N. Thorpe -__-. 2.46 N'of, NW'i of SE'i and SEU of N 'j
Butler __ ___________31 5 20 E. W. Miller ____ 4.11 W!';, of SWVi of NEVi ____________11 6 22 20 A. G. Rogers ___ 2.46 WU! of SEU! ---------------____34 6 22 30 Jas. 0. Johnson ____ J3.S7
Lou 9 10 and 11 in Townsend' add to W>-'. of E>AJ of NEVi and EV4 of NWVi 5 A square in SE cor of NE'i! of S
Lake Butler _____-_ S31EV 5 20 J. C Tarvin _____ 5.80 of NEVi and EVs of.NEU of SEVi __11 6 22 80 UnknownUnknown ________ 8.81 EU ------------------__________34 6 22 6 E. L. Williams ____. 3.75
S4 of NWe u SElS and SWl4 of SEH of SE}i -12 6 22 40 _________ 8.51 S'2 of SWVi of SEU ---___________34 6 22 20 S. A. Carter _____--' 9.02
except 10 A in SW cor S of road E of SWVi of SEVi and WV4 of WV4 SW'i of NW'. and N':'. of SWVi ___35 6 22 120 C. C. Griffis _______ ..8.46
and NE'4 of SE4 of SWV and E 210 of NW' and W'a of NWVi of S SE'4 of SW ---------_--________35 6 22 40 Elias Moore -_____ 8.72
ft of NWIo of SE14 of SW% _____17 5 21 62 G. C. Sapp _______ 14.79 \v'i' __________-_____12 6 22 80 Unknown __________. 9.11 SW!. of SEI, ----_--------_______35 6 22 40 L. M. Little ----__! 8.72 .
Com 210 ,de S of NW cor of NE { of NWVi of NEVi of SWVi __________14 6 22 10 Unknown -______.... 4.62 S'-.. of NE'i? and E'i! of NE'. of N I :
E 70 yds I r _______ J. Homer 4.62 W'i ______________36 6 22
yds. 14 22 10
SSE% and run S 63 2-3 WU of EVi of SEVi of NWVi 6 Livingston ------------- 100 L M. Little _______ 13,59
N 633 ,de. W 70 yde to beg -----18 5 21 2 J. H. Denmark _____ 11.13 S'i(- of NEVi of NEVi and SEH of NWU! of NWU ------____________36 6 22 40 J. A. Coleman17.21 .
Com 10 ch W of NE cor of NW4 of NWVi of NE'i and SE'i of NEVi_16 6 22 70 Matilda Dixon ______ 10.83 Wl i of NE'i of NWVi! _____________36 6 22 ZII R. L. Hidey ________ 8,45
SEVi and run S 89 ft. W 20 degrees. 11 A com at NE cor of NWVi of SW NWU of SW'i! --------_------______36 6 22 40 Asa Hunter ________ 7.21
S IMS! ft N 72 ft. thence along Ry I. and run W 1060 ft. S 450 ft. E W'.'. of SW'4 _______________________ 4 7 20 80 E. B. Andrea _____ 9.00
right of way to place of beg in NW 4 1060 ft. N 450 ft to point of beg17 6 12 11 Jeff Lee ____________ 5.75 EU. of SW'4 and SW'i of SE'i! _____ 4 7 20 120 Unknown __...._____ 3,0 66 :
of SEVi ______ __-________18 5 21 Mrs. Ella May Lennon NE'i of SWU --_18 6 22 40 Annie Reynolds _____ 4.71 E'; of SEU _______________________ 5 7 20 80 E. B. Andl'eu _______ 9.0U
_______________ 8.67 W!: of NW'4 _______________________18 6 22 80 Jack Cummings Est 8.95 S'lj of SI:, of lot 9 and S'!:. of lot 10 1
1 A in SWVi of SEI com 210 ft S of W 6 A of S'.. of SWVi! of SWU! _?___18 6 22 6 July Gaines ________. 1.87 less N 12 A ----_______:__'-_______ 7 7 20 48 J. 111. Shaw Jr. ___ 7.06 1
NE eor. and run W 210 ft. S 210 ft, All W>..', of NE'i:; of NEU! E of public S'; of lot 4 ------_________________ 7 'l 20 40 L. T. Shaw __.____ 4.24
E 210 ft N 210 ft to point of beg ___18 5 21 1 Mrs. Alice Roberts .- 1.71 road :" _"___ ________________?__:20! 6 22 17 Unknown _______.___ 2.44 W'i of N's of lot 4 ---____________ 7 7 20 20 Unknown --.t------- 2.97 '
SE'4 of NW% of NEU except IAN NEU? of SE?i of SWVi ____________:!1 6 22 10 J. B. Rhodto ________ 10.53 N'_ of lot 6 and Sof lot 11 except 2 ,
of the 1st A in SE cor ____________18 5 21 9 Mrs. Allie B. Ritch 20.91 Com at NW cor of land owned by El- A in SE ror ______.________________ 7 7 20 78 Unknown __________ 7.85
Com at NE cor of NEVi of SWVi and mira King on E side of Ry right of Com 310 ft W of E line of SWI, ofSW'i .
run S 3 eh 3 ft to Ry right of way way and run easterly at right anglesto on N line of Ry right of way
thence W along said right of way 14 said Ry to E line of section 22, and run N to N line of SU of SW'i
eh 24 ft to beg. thence N 3 degreesE thence N along said section line to thence W 350: ft. thence S to Ry.
210 ft W 210 ft variation 32 degrees center street thence W along said right of way thence E on said rightof .
S, thence S flO ft to said Ry street to Ry right of way. thence S way to point of beg-4'-. A and .#
right of way to point of beg-1 A in along aid right of way to point of N'j of SWU of SWU less E 3 A __ 8 7 20 22 Unknown ________. 12.18
NE'4 of SWU _________________-__18 5 21 1 Joe Jones, Jr. '______ 9 27 beg, in E'2 of NEVi except such lots Lot 4 of blk 1 in Ward City __________ 8 'l 20 Sam R. Ward ______ .74
N 14 of NWU of NEU-13 1-3 A. Also or pieces as have heretofore been Lots 1 and 2 of Uk 11 in Ward City .. 8 'l 20 Sam R. Ward _______ 1.02
com at NE cor of NEU of NWU and deeded ____________-__-_________21 6 22 14 hula Guyon _______ 14.58 Lot 10 of b'k' 13 in Ward City _______ 8 7 20 Sam R. Ward ___. .74 ::
run W 132 yds. S 146 2-3 yds. E 132 E!:. of blk 1 S R 2 E, and WJ?s of Lot 6 of Mk 14 in Ward City ________ 8 7 20 Sam R. Ward ___. 74 i
yds. N 146 2-3 yds to beg-4 A ____.20 5 21 17 G. C. Sppp ________ 3.71 blk 1. S. R. 3 E, and fraction 01 N Lot 10 of blk 14; in Ward City _____ 8 7 20 H. R. Brown _______ 3.29
NW% of NEVi ___________________25 5 21 40 J. D. McCormick ____ 8.95 W!-i of blk 1, N R 2 E being 248 Lots 11 and 12 of blk 16 in Ward City__ 8 7 20 L. .\. Brown--------- 3.29 ,
I A in NW cor of SWU! of SWU! ___-25 5 21 1 Arthur Alvarez _-___ .77 ft N and S and 330 ft E and Wand Lots 1 2 11 and 12 of blk 19 in Ward :
SE'i of SEVi _____-___-__-_"____26 6 21 40 Arthur Alvarez ______ 8.95 SE'i of blk 1. N R 2 E and NWi City __________________________-___ 8 7 20 Unknown ..,________ 9.23:
XEVi of NEU except >2 A in NE cor of bik1SR2EandNjofS\V4 Com 283 yds W of SE cor of SE'i of
and NWU of NEV4 except N 115 ft of blk 1 S R 2 E in Temple's subdivision SW'i and run W 37 yds. N 80 yds t
W of public road and SU of NEVi _________________________.22:! 6 :-2 19 N. B. Hull __________ 15.25 to S boundary of Ward City thenceE
and S 440 ft of NEU of NWVi andS o': A com at NW cor of Center 6t along said boundary 37 yds thenceS
440 ft of EVi of NWVi of NWU 'and Lawtey and Starke public road SO yds to beg --_________________ 8 'l 20 J. A. Abbott _______ 8.75 ;
and N 150 ft of E>4 of SW'i! of N and run W along Center st 430 ft to 5 A in NE cor of SE'4 of NEI, _____ 9 7 20 5 Mrs.- A. T. Warren..! 1.87 q
WVi and N 150 ft of SEVi! of NWfc lands formerly owned by N. D. Hag- XEl of SE'i ---_----___________14SWU 7 20 40 Unknown __________. 4.71
except loU sold in plat in NEU _--S* 5 21 185 W. Ellery Davis ____ 25.23 araan. thence N along said land 260 of SWU ------------_________15 'l 20 40 H. P. Gainey ------. 4.71 J
NEVi of NEU except loU 2 3 and i ft, thence E 430 ft to said road, E 8 A of SEU of SEI,, except N 12
and W road point of A ___________16 'l 20 8 H. P. ______.
E of Ry and SEU of NEVi >7 thence S along said to --------------------- Gainey 2.17
of NEU and NWU ________________ IEH 5 22 305 Mrs. Carrie B. Starling of beg in Temple's sub division'/- Beg at a point 125 2-3 ft W of NE
of NEU and SWU of NE'i and ___________ 34.95 A ___________________________-22 6 22 3 Joe Morris __________ 8.85 cor of NW'4 of Sec. 17 and ran W 1
E'4 of NWU of NEU and WV4 of Ni. of SEU of SWV4 of SWVi except on Sec. line 733 ft. S V" mile to S
NE'4 of NWU and SEVi of NWVi 1U off W end-3'/a A ____________22 6 22 40 Sam Harris Jr ----- 5.34 line of NWU. E 733 ft. N to beg-
and W'4! of NWVi ______________ 2 5 2T280 Mrs. Carrie B. Star- SE; of SW4 of SE'i and E 2 A of 44 40-JOO A ---_--_____________17 1 20 H J. A. Abbott _____, 7 32
ling ______________ 30.22NW4 SWi of SWVi of SEVi ___________22 6 22 12 E. L. Simmons .____ 14.61: E 14 A of NEU of NF.'i ___________21 'l 20 14 H. P. Gaineyt ______. 1.87 y
of NEVi and NEVi of NWU! __12 5 22 80 Mrs. Carrie B. Starling NI.; of SWVi of SE'4 and SVi of N W 8 A of NW'4 of NW'i -_________22 7 20 8 H. P. Gainey ___-__, 1.16
___________ 8.11 W'i of SEU and SEVi of NE'i! of N 35 A of SE'4 of SE'i -___________24 7 20 35 Mitchell Hill' ______, 3.58 t
SW'4 of NEU and SEI, of NWU and SW4 _______________Y______22 6 22 50 E. L. Simmons _____ 30.24N' Lots 3 and 8 sub division of lot 6 of ;
SW'4 of SEU -12 5 22 120 Unknown ___________ 16.87 of SWlS of SE% _______________23 6 22 20 R. O. Strong ________ 11.80 blk 17 in Sampson City ____________ 4 7 21 J.. C. Murphy _____-; 2.17
NV4 of EV4! of SEVi of NEVi and WVi All EU of SEJi of NW>i N of public NW4 of NEU! ___________________ 6 7 21 40 Unknown __________ 4.71 ;
of SEV4 of NE14 and S% of SWU! of road" __________________-_________24 6 22 1? UnknownUnknown _________ 5.87' NE', 7 21 160 E. E. hackle ___--. 14.06
NWU and NVS of S'i of SWU and N'12 of SEVi of NE',4 ________________14NE'4 6 22 20 ---------- 8.77 NW'i! of NWU and E'i el SW" ___16 7 21 120 Unknown ___________ 10.65
WV4 of SEU of SWU and NEU of of SE'4 _____________________2SNE'4 6 22 40 Unknown ---------- 17.0' N':.. of SEU of NE'4 nod NE'4 ofXWI.
__ 6 2: 10 S. F. Morgan 8.6. of !\EI, ____ ______________16 1 21
SEVi of SWU and WVi of SEU of of SWV4 of NW'i __ ___ -26 ------ 30 Unknown _______, 4.15 Y1
SEU and SVa of NEVi of SEU __?12 B 22 130 Unknown -__________ 19 42 W'2 of NEU of SWI, of NE'i ___-27 6 22 5 C. E. Murrhee ------ 5.31 NE'i of SEU ______ ---________17NEU 7 21 40 E H. Jones ________ 3.85
Lot 20 in Woodlawn _____________13 B 22 10 D. C. Hood _________ 6.60 Beg at NE cor of SE'i of NEVi and of NWU and SW,j of SE',.
Lot 69 in Woodlawn ________-_______13 6 12: 10 S. C. Murfett ________ 2.14 run W 382 ft, thence Southeasterlyt and EI. of SE'4 ----______________21 7 21 160 E. D. Abernathyoi 14.36
Lots 35 36 37 and 38 in Woodlawn ___ItNV4 5 22 40 D. Davis ---?--_-- 5.60 I oa point 225 ft W of section line N'_ of NE'4 and SE'4 of NEI, and 1
of lot 20 in Woodlawn _________14 5 22 5 Chas. Parker ________ 381 ; on S line of SEVi of NEVi. thence NW', of SWU and SEU of SW
Lot 59 in Woodlawn -15 5 22 10 Herman Shaw -_____ 3.81 southeasterly 660 ft to a point 120 U -------------------______________21 7 21 .200 E. D. A1.ernathyi 18.06
Lots 37 and 38 in Woodlawn ________15 5 22 20 Unknown ___________ 3.81 ft from said section line, thence E SEU of SW'4 and WVi of SEU and 4
Lots 19 ::0 29 and 30 in Woodlawn ___15 5 22 40 C. H. Rev re ____ 7.17 120 ft to said section line thence N ?-iEI, of SE'4 -_---______________22 7 21 160 E. D. Alernathy ___{ 14.36 !.
LoU 33 and 34 _____________16 6 2:?: 20 UnknownUnknown ________ 3.81 on section line to beg _____________27 6 22 12 Polly A. Drew ------ 8.02 S'.. of NW'4! and W'!{ of NWU! of
Lets 42 and 55 in Woodlawn __________17 6 22 20 --------_ 3.29 Com at NE cor of W% of NWVi of SEU ---______________-7 21 100 E. D Abernathy ___j i 9.25
Lot 29 in Woodlawn _______18 6 22 10 Mary A. Hollis ___ 1.87 SEVi of NEVi and run W 200 ft to E% of E'i of SE'4! ________________28 7 21 60 E. D. Abernathy ___J 10.79
Lot 3 in Woodlawn __________________18 B 22 10 W. S. Tarbox ________ 1.87 a point of beg thence S 245 ft. W NV. U i of SEU --___________________29 7 21 40 E. D. Abernathy __5 8.95
EH of lot 67 in Woodlawn ________20 5 22 5 Unknown --------_ 1.17 109 ft, N 245 ft E 109 ft to pointof NE'4 of NE'i less 16 A on W side of .
BV4 of lot 65 and W of lot 40 ___19 B 22 10 T. B. Hamby --....._ 1.47 beg ___________________________28 6 22 Geneva Towns _____ 5.01 NWV of NEU and N'A of NW'4 ____33 7 21 120 E. D. Abernathy ___i 10.C5
NH of NEU of SEU and E% of SVi 1 lot 105 ft N and S by 420 ft E and W 13 A of NVs of NE'4 of SWU except -
of NEV4 of SEU 21t E 21 S5! C. R Sapp __________ 916 W in SW cor of NWVi of SEVi and 5 A in' NW cor _______________ 2W1 7 22 8 Willie H. Sapp _____i 4.13
A in NE eor of NEV4-of SWV4 22WH fi aE 2 F. M. Bradley ____ 2.14 1 A 105 ft N and S by 420 ft E and -. of SWI ________________-_______ 2 'l 22 80 M. M. Griffis _____._1 34.15
of WH of SWU of SEU -22 22 10 G. W. Carter __?__ 8.86 W in NW cor of SWVi of SEVi ___28 6 22 2 Mrs R. S. Fernandez 24.87 SEof SWI _____________________ 2 1 22 40 Unknown ----_--\ 17 31
N 4 A of SWVi of NEVi of NW-% ___23 6 22 4 J. H. Lowery ______ 2.14 U A bounded Sand E by Pine st. NEU of NW'i! ______________________ 3 7 22 40 S. A. Carter -------; 18.72
NH of EH of the following described '*W by S. A. Bryan and N by Mrs SEUf NEI _________________ 3 7 22 40 J. C. Gainey ______ 1 17.31
___________18: 6 22 R. S. Fernandez -- 2.74 NE'4 of NEU 3 1 22 40' W. W. Coleman ..?
Miller in Starke 17.31
land: Com at S line of See. 23 whereit L. A. ------------------------ -
crosses S. A. L Ry and run N Com at SE cor of SWH of SWVi and SE',4 of NEIl and NWU of SE'i ____ 4 7 22 80 Mrs. Carrie' A. Mill 29.01
1254 ft, thence E and at right angle run W 795 ft. N 315 ft. NE 608 ft. Sot\ of N'-i of NE'i? of NW% of NWU
of -2Vi A __________ 4 'l 22 3 Unknown ____._ _
to said Ry 1396 ft to a pt of beg. thence E 174 ft. S 902 ft, to point -- ---------- ( 3.39
thence N parallel with said Ry 619 beg-Also certain lands S of Mrs. W4 of SW'i! of SWU! except 1 A in
ft. thence E at right angles 335 % H. Sparkman's and W of S. A L. NE cor _____________________ 4 'l 22 19 Francis Clark _____\ 10.10
thence parallel with said Ry 650 is. Ry in SEVi of SWVi ____?__________28 6 22 10 Mrs. E. F. Johns --- 25.47 SEU! of NWVi _______________________ 4 7 22 40 S. S. Chandler .--'i 18.10V
C. R. W'.. of E! of SWU of SE!, less S
Ensey ;
Lot of blk 3 in Starke ---- !!
thence W at right angle 335 ft to: c 8 --::---: ------------------- : a
bet ... __. ____._. 6 1 .1..'._..me P a sal --------- II.61 LoU 5 6 7 and 8 of blk 10 in Starke __________________ Mrs. A Floreus ---- 17..'5 2- A-------------------------------- 22 6 James Johnson 4.33
Lot 22 in Eat Lav.'tey- _-_- .n _______ 1. 1. Sapp Jr ______ 20.61 Lots 1 and 3 of blk 16 in Starke _______________________ Mrs. Jennie Maude SE'S of NE'S; and Ely of SW', of ---t
Lot 29 in Eat Lawtey __ __ J. P. Edwards ______ 18.89 Hoffz-an ________ 20.91 SE4! and E'2 of NEl4 of NE'S ____ 5 7 22 80 Jas. Clark _________. U 78
Lot 4\7 in Eat Lawtey ____ ----------__-____-_-_-______ Amelia Hawkins ___ 3.81 LoU 5 and 7 and part of loU 6 and S 3 A of NWS4 of SES E of Ry _____ 5 7 22 3 Joe Johnson, Jr _-f 2 'H
_________________________ Unknown 34.?' N end and less Ry right of ____ 8 7 22 16
Lot 51 in But Lawtey _____ Chas. Parker ________ 2.14 8 of blk 18 in Starke ?____ ---------- way ida'y Johnson _. __ 10.05
Lot 4 In Ott' subdivision in East Law. S 24 H ft of lot 4 of blk 20 in Starke ______________ Dr. N. W. Frances .- 30.69 1 A in NW cor of Wy of NW4 of NE
toy '. -___________ Wm. Williams ____ 2.44 Blk 31 as extended on Ensey's map of 1. W of Ry _____________________ 8 7 22 1 Boston McRae __4 1.32
Lot 4 in Ott' subdivision in East Lawtey Starke _______u__ ______:_______?_________ R. S. Johns ______ 6.51 SW1. of NW',. and SI of NWS! of
____ ____. _____________ Chlll Parker __-____, 2.44 Lot 5 of blk 11 in Livingston, Truby SElj ______________________________ 8 7 22 60 James Cark: _--y_ J2.15
Lot 1 ia Ott' subdivision?in ?East Law.ley &: Co's add to Starke __-__________-______-___ Owen Gardiner ------ 9 16 S1.!: of NE1S of SES _____________10 7 22 20 L. M. Little ______.!', 1102
_____________________________ David M. Smith ____ 2,44 E'! of blk 27 in Livingston Truby &: SE1S of NEtS; _____________________10 7 22 40 Fred Rhaoden _____:_ n.l:
Lot 4 in Ott'. sub division in East Law.ley Co's add to Starke __________________________________ Mrs. J. P. Lindsey .. 5.80 SW'4 of NE4 and Slti4 of SE'4 of
______________________ Mra. E. J. Dinkins__ 2.44Iota Lots 56 789 and 10 of blk31in NW'S ________________________11 7 22 50 L. M. Little __I'_ 22.27
SE'S of SWS _________________16 7
and 11 In Ott'. sub division in Livingston Truby &: Co's add to ? 22 .0 Cornelius Young __l. 4.71 ,
:I East Lawtey _________________ Thad Nicholson _____ 4,14 Starke __________________________________________ J. J. Thomas __-__ 4.41 SW'4 of SEll ____________-_______17 7 22 40 CorneliUl Young _L 4.il .
Lots 11 14 and 15 in Ott' sub division LoU 3 and" 4 or WVi of blk 6 in Livingston 5y! A in SE'S of SErf com 314 ft E i j ,

to dILEut l..wtey _________________________ Mary McGill -------- 5.80 Truby and Co's sub divisionof of SW cor of said SEIS of SE'1 and '
p 4'w" of SE14 of SW'4 ________25 5 22 10 Forest Seeber ------ 3.81 NEV of NEVi _______________28 6 22 Rose Cox __________ 4.41 run N 660 ft. E 346 ft. S 660 ft.V ,
//1 BW{ of SW4S of NW14________-----25 5 22 10 Sarah Williams __ 3.81 W1y of Iota 1 and 2 and all loU 3 346 ft, to beg in Hampton ______M19 j 22 6 !tIrs. Annie E. Young 29.iO
N% of NE4 of NE14 of SE44 ____Jii 6 22 5 Rufus McRae ________ 112 and 4 of blk 17 and W% of loU 1 Lot 2 Hutson' add to Hampton ______19 'l 22 Daniel: Bt'llane _'__;" 3.29
aWI,4! of NW'4 of SEl4 _____--26 li 22 10 Unknown ------- 3.81 and 2 and Iota 3 and 4 of blk 18 of Lot 3 Hutson's add to Hampton _____19 7 22 Harriet \Valurs __:,;; 3.29
'I( NWf! of SWI.4 ___________ __26 Ii 22 40 L. L. Sapp Jr ___ 10.63 Livingston Truby and Co's sub division N'4 of NE'4 and SW4 of NEJj and '1
W t A of of of of of NEVi of NEU _____________28 6 22' D. P. Pullum ------- 18.45 81: of NEl4 of NW',4 less 2 A in S :
NEl4 __W02 ___NWa_________-26 5 22 2 A. T. Paul ______ 1.42I Lots 1 and 4 or S!; of blk 31 in Livingston E coy ________________________.20 7 22 138 Cornelius Young __> 12.39
Coo at SW of and E Truby &: Co's sub division of NI-i of NWI except 12 A in SE cur __21 1 22 68 Cornelius Young __., 7.55
section line cor no ft SE14 to point run of bee on NE of NEViWU ______________________________ ..__ .?hllia Mack --- _. 7.77 WI" of S VL. ___________________25 'l 22 80 Paul Bros. _____un_ 7.55 .
a of SW'1 of SW14 __ ______________26 7 22
thence N 660 ft E 198 fto S 660 It, blk 23. Livingston. Truby &: S. B. Woochrd ___; 6.12
198 ft to bee, _________--26 6 22 3 Jas. W. Williams ___ 4 70 Co's sub division of NEVi of NEU __28 II 22 R. M. Ellerson ____.. 17.55 NE'4 of SWl4 and Nit of SE4 ___26 7 22 12G Unknown ________._ IU3
S'li of SW41 of NEl and NWI4 Blk 36 Livingston Truby &: Co's sub division SE'S of SE14 ______________________27 7 22 40 S. B. Wooald ____._ 6.12
of NW% of and of SE44 of NEVi of NEU ________ __28 6 22 R. M. Ellerson -____ 17.55 WI: of SW'S of N'4 ____________21 7 22 20 Walter Hooker: ___,.. 2.15
i SE'4 SE'4 N of Ry ____________________27 7 22
of NW% and NEI4 of NEI.4 of S Lot 3 of blk 41 Livingston Truby &: SW'4 110 Paul BnA _________ 14.73
w k ____________--21 5 22 40 Mrs. Virginia Futch_ 8.07 Co's sub division of NEVi of NEU __28 II 22 Jaa. E. Franklin ___ 1.10 Lots 4 and 13 sub division of Ny of .
E s of NE4S of SE" _________21 5 22 20 1. L. Sapp Jr. ______ 7.17 Lot 2 of blk 42 Livingston Truby &: NEL4 of NW'S ________________29 1 22 2 Ben Norwood ---;1 3.69
Lot U in Woodlawn _______29 5 22 10 Unknown __________ 1.87 Co's sub division of NEU of NEVi _28 6 22 Julius Butler ____._ 2.44 Lot 3 of WI;! of NW'4 _____________31 7 22 10 Luna Hall ------.z 1.88 ;.
NYt of lot 22 in Woodlawn ____29 5 a 5 E. C Johns _______ 1.87 N!a of blk 45 Livingston Truby &: Co's NW14 of SE14 and W4 of E4? of 5 .
______28 6 22 H. G. Pigford .. 4.11 ________________ ________32 7 22 !
Lot 11 in Woodlawn ______________-29 li 22 10 Unknown _______ 3.29 sub division of NEU of NEU -- E'4 .0 J R. Dover ------- 6.42
Lots 4 and 13 in Woodlawn ___30 5 22 20 D. B. Johns _______ U1 Lots 6 and 7 of blk 1, Davis &: Truby'sadd NE'S of NE'4 ____________________34 7 22 40 S. B. Woodard .__.; 4.00 -t
Lot I in Woodlawn _________32 6 2l 10 Unknown _______ J.t-7 to Starke __________________---M------__ J. T. Wills _____.. :091 NE4 of SE'4 except 18 A __________34 7 22 22 Unknown -------r 1.88
E% of NWI4 of SW ____35 1 a 20 M. Thompkina __.__ -7 1 lot on W side of Walnut street be- Beg at SE cur of NE'4 of SES! Sec. ,
Lets 14 and 17 ia Peetsville __.w-35 5 22 5 Anthony Moore ____ Ul tween blks A and D-N. J. Jones add 34 and run N 210 ycls. W 140 ycis. S .
,; late 15 and 22 in PeetaYille _____35 5 22 13 Isaac Miles ___._.._ ':.f.l to Starke ________________________________ C. M. Alvarez ______ 4.41 210 ,cis. E 140 ycis to beg-6 A w___34 7 22 6 E. J. McRae -------f 2.40 ,
1 NEY4 of NE4 of NWIt ______._..36 li 22 10 Jeff Surtain ______ :t 1 Blk 9 in Temples add to Starke _______________ Mrs. Eunice E. Cano- "W4! of NW'S _______-__________35 1 22 40 S. B. Woodard ----I 4.00
,i \D- of SEI.4 and E44 of SWIM ___ I 6 18 120 W. C. AileD _____._ 11.80 Lot 15 of blk 14 in Temples add to va ---- 34.35 SElf of SW'4 E of Ry-25 A and 16 ..
: Beg at lo.'E cor section 6 and sun S 60 Starke ____________________________________ Unknown ____.__ 67.95 A in SW cor of SW'S of SELS _____35 7 22 30 H. Bristow -------i 9.26 A
ft.W120ft.N60ftE12Oftto Lots 8 and 9 of blk 2o-Temple' add
J Point of beg on N side of public road. 6 6 1C N. E. Ta/kr _____u_ U5II to Starke __________________________._____ E. E. West ...-_.._ 4.11 (Continued- --on Page 8.) j

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JUNE 29, iji7.

'' DESCRIPTION OF LAND See. Twp. Bee. Acre Owner Tam &: WHEREAS said resolution did further fix j
i 8. Eo CMU.ESs the amount chargeable to each lot or parcel of
of SW.4 of SEU! and Wfc} of land described in said assessment roll the definite AMERICAN GUN I

SE 4 of SEA 2 8 22 40 H. M. Sythmore ___ 5.01 amount per front foot as contained in ''i
; SEV, of NW'i and WL.J of NWV and said roll. and.WHEREAS,
SW'4 3 8 2"292 N. P Cauthen ___ 2S.66 notice was published together
,tr{ KEV4 of NW% 5 .8 22 40 D. W. Moore _____ 3.85 with copy of laid resolution embodying infor- CREW% BEAT
W4 of NWV4 and NW*. of SW}. andy mation contained in the assessment roll once :
y!' '. of SE'/i of SW& ________ 5 8 22 140 Melrose Mfg Co ____ 13.52 each week for two consecutive weeks in the
AE4 of NEV _______________ 6 8 22 40 N. P. Cauthen _____ 4.71 Bradford County Telegraph and.
E!i of NEU of NW!, and E>a of E'; WHEREAS said resolution and notice con- I
of SWV4 8 8 22 60 Unknown __________ 6.42 tained the said information above described SUB M A'R I N
L NE>, of NE4 and S 1.3 of E% of and advised the property owners that this
; SE'i of NEU and Wi; of SWi of council would meet on the 19th day of June,

NSii and--NWt and NWtf. of SWH 1317. and consider any objections that mightbe
; and WU of SW}. of SWU 9 8 22 320 Unknown ________ 28.57 filed by any such property owner who
1 1,1:; of SE!4 _____________________12 8 22 hi) John P. Pratt _.____ 9.52 should be dissatisfied or object to any assess- SUB. FIRED TORPEDO
It .:1.. of NW".; and NW i of NWU and ment or apportionment thereof provided such
; E'; of SW 4 and S'., of NW}, of objections were filed with said Town Clerk before
SEll and N'-' of SEi4 of SE'4 and the 19th day of June 1917, in writing, SHIP-MISSED BY 20 J !
-' SU, of NEL4 of SE}. less 5 A in N
L' E tor _______________-___13 8 22 205:> Brooklyn Land Co ? 26.83 and. !
J I All SWt4ofNE1INofRR-6 A jections WHEREAS have been it appears filed with that said no Town written Clerk on- uERMAN U-BOAT FLEES I IJ
1 r;. and all SE'/, of NEV -10 A and 5 to assessment or assessments
A in NE cor of S4! of NE'4 of S any as provided LINER'S GUNS GET INTO I
EH ________-____________13 8 22 70 Unknown ___________ 7.02 by said resolution and assessment roll
NE of NEVi and 2 cor
4 the Town Council of the Town of Starke that
_____ I
SEH of NEU -1* 8 22 42 Isaac MitchellUnknown 5.01
8 A in SW cor of SW>j of SE'4 ______14N 8 22 8 ______.._ 116 said all the assessments as made and computed by !
A. F. Harley, Town
Engineer, and as ,
> of and and
; of NWV4 NEU W'a
NWft of SE,& -14 8 22 380 R. D. Clayton ___-_ 33.07St contained in said assessment roll prepared by !I LONDON, June 25.-A I
_________ Mitchell ___ 1.88 him and adopted by former resolution of this
of NWV4! of NE'4 14 .8 22 20 Anderson I from "An English Port" the
Council, be and the gives
same hereby ratified.
P SWI4 and NWtf of SE>4 -15 8 22 200 N. P. Cauthen _____ 17.43 are I
confirmed and approved as being the just and l
NE'. of NE, and E\.: of SE'.i! of N equitable lowing:
r. git __?_?_??___..__?_22 8 22 60 D. W. Moore 6.42& different amounts properly chargeable againstthe American naval gunners I
pieces of
2 3 and 4 ...22NE'4 2J. 235 Melrose Mfg Co-- 20.30 property fronting and
I SWL, of NEl; and lots 1
abutting said improvements according to their ly fought off a' big German
and of NW of N
>; of NEW E4 4
4' EL. _23 8 22 60 W. A. King _____ 7.84 respective frontage and benefits accruing thereto that attacked an American : I
__ ___ ___________ ______ by reason of the construction of said improvements
NW t4 of NW% ___ 23 8 22 40 R D. Clayton 4.71 and liner off the coast of Ireland :
__ SW. of NEH less 10 A in NE cor and
night. fired the
E4 of NWk and NE'4 of SWr4 Town Council that none of the said assessments by
and SE'4 of SW less 10 A in SE against piece of assessed rine missed its target by less
( Land Co __ 16.66 any property
cor _24NU 8 22 180 Brooklyn
f" of SEll of NW>4 of NW}i ___25 8 22 5 Chae. ScottUnknown ________ 1.22 is more than the equitable proportion of the twenty feet.
NWi of SEU -26 8 22 40 ..__._____ 4.24 conferred by said improvements An Associated Press ; | > r
Lots 6 and 6 ............._-___ 1 9 22 80 Melrose Mfg Co _____ 6.76 be given to the RESOLVED that notice. was talking with the .
f; N 26 2-3 A of SE'i of NEV4 -17 5 18 27 W. C. Allen _______ 2.97 property owners of the passage
of this resolution
and said
M. Tax Collector. notice shall charge of the crews when
give the date of the confirmation of said assessments j
and that the property owners shall have gunners, crowded about the I

TOWN TAX NOTICE. the right to pay up said assessments within guns, and afro the ship's

L Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at Public Auction on said thirty notice(30) days without after the first publication of the bridge, sighted the wake of a
i the First Monday in July, 1917, it being the 2nd day of said month, at Starke in the County of interest otherwise said it ] i
assessments shall be first pedo as went
a spinning toward
Bradford State of Florida or so much thereof u will be necessary to pay the amount due for prop-
1 (. taxes herein set opposite the lame, together with the cost of such sale and advertising. c 80.rty so assessed as provided in Ordinance No. bow. The lieutenant jumped to

: DESCRIPTION OF LAND See. Twp. Acre Owner Taxes & Adopted at an adjourned meeting of the station as the lokout cried "
8. Ere.E. Cocu. Town Council held June 19, 1917.E. and submarine off starboard bow.

S. MATTHEWS The ship around i
Lot 3 of blk 42. Livingston. Truby &: Attest swung so
: Chairman
of Council.C.
Co's sub division Julius Butler _____.$ 1.80 A. FutcJ. that the decks were tilted to an
I'E. T. Campbell ------ 37.20 of
Town Clerk. 20
i '1-. Blk 9. Temple's add ____________________________________ Miss Eunice E. Cano- 6-2Mt. degrees. Immediately there
I AU blk 6, Livingston Truby & Co's va _______________ 48.00 the bark and flash of a gun.
e 1 sub division _________________________________ Rose Cox __________ 3.38 BANK STATEMENT Passengers, binding life belts
.- 1 lot 105 ft square in SW cor of SW}
'. of SWV4 ______________-_______28 6 22 E. W. Drivers ___ 1.80 Report of the condition of the Bradford themselves, swarmed to the decks. i
". 8 A in SE cor of SEll of SE', ________29 6 22 Mrs. A. E. Driggers. 8.85 : County Bank at Starke, in the ship's officers hurried among t tI
: Lots 2 3 and 4 of blk 23. Temple'sadd
;r' ____--_____-_-___-_____-___________ T. R. L. Daughtry __ 2.64 State of Florida, at the close of business counselling calmness. Another !
: Ii All blk 36 Livingston. Truby &: Co's June 20,1917: this time pointed further astern, I

sub division __...*...__...__._-..__________ R. M Ellerson _____ 11.25 Resources fired and the projectile in its ;
. Lots 3 and 4 of blk 33 Livingston. Tru- !
: !: by &: Co's sub division ______________________ R. M. Ellerson ______ 9.15 Loans on real estate ______ 72,342.00 struck a long boom swung over !
S 22 ft of lot 4 and N 10 ft of lot Loans on collateral security side to which a log line was i
} 6 of blk 20 in Starke ______________._________ Mrs. D. L. Francis 27.00 1
t 1 lot com at NE eor of blk "C" Jones other than real estate ... 22,155.15Other The liner at that moment was

add. and running N 110 ft, W 210 Loans and discounts. 61,250.30 lowing between two great waves.
t ft. S 110 ft. E 210 ft to beg _________________________ Mrs. D. L. Francis 48.SO: conning tower of the
; ,. Lots 5 6 7 and 8 of blk 10 in Starke ___________________ Mrs. A. Floreus ____ 25.65 Overdrafts _______________ C72.08 submarine,
: 1 lot 52& ft N and S by 105 ft E State, county and municipal l lined for a moment against the I i

J and W. bounded N by land of Wm. bonds ____-_____________ 2,000.00 was all that was visible to the
Edwards. E by Bay street S by land
J. Ii> of Mrs. J. S. Wynn __________________________ Mrs. Eva Fernandez 2 40 Banking house, furniture & i in the darkness. j

!:" 1 acre in SW eor of N\V'i of SE'4 and fixtures _______________ 21,113.84 The dim outline of the
j 1 A in NW cor of SW of SEU! -__28 6 22 2 Mrs. Eva Fernandez. 42 7 5 against the i
i; A bounded S by South street. W by Other real estate _________ 5,861.50 sky was visible to the ;
; '
_, land of S. A. Bryan. S by land of Claims and other resources, ners for a moment. They soon

.r Mrs. Miller ___________________________________ R. S. Fernandez____ ".35 Bradford County School sight of the vessel in the ; t
I Lot 2 of blk 42. Livingston. Truby
Co's sub division ______________________________ Julia Goodwin _______ 1.80 warrants _______________ 16,199.40 however, and were unable to
Lot 3 of blk 16 in Starke _________________________ Mrs. Jennie Maude Due from incorporated banks 77,156.11 whether any of the shots hit the I
Hoffman ---------- 13.35 Two minutes
I. Checks and later at
Lots 1 and 2 of blk 48, Livingston, exchanges .for gunners

;t Truby &: Co's sub division .________________________ Raymond Jackson __ ..05of clearing ________________ 1,976.62 stern of the ship saw a conning ,:

: All Blk 31 as extended on Ensey's map Cash on hand ____________ 10,632.00: above the surface of the water in
Y_. of Starke ___ R. S. Johns E8.50
--- ----------- w----------------- -------- wake of the steamer. The vessel
r LoU 4 6 9 and 11 of blk "B" in Rising s

a add ______rw__________________._____________ Mrs. Teressa Leviton 4.95 Total --------------____291,259.00 rolling so heavily that the
( EI; of blk 27. Livingston. Truby Co's Liabilities were unable to get their
7 subdivision __________________________________ Mrs. J. P. Lindsey __ 15.45 gun
}! Lots 1 and 4 of blk 31 in Livingston Capital stock paid in ______ 25,000.00 before the submarine again !

',' Truby & Co's sub division _______________________ Phyllis Mack ______ 7.05 Surplus fund _____________ 10,000.00 ed beneath the surface.
Lots 1 and 2 of blk 47 in Livingston
'l: Truby &: Co's sub division _____________________________ Fannie McCall ______ 7.05 Undivided profits (less expenses Every ounce of steam available ss ;
f W'; of lots 1 and 2 and all lots 3 and and taxes paid) __ 7,965.85 fed to the engines and the ship ( )

.. 4 of blk 17 and W>i of lots 1 and 2 Individual deposits subject quickly out of the danger zone.
.;w and all lots 3 and 4 of blk 18 in Livingston

:1 Truby Co's sub division__________________ D. P. Pullum _____ 22.35 to check --_------______135,945.44
.t} LoU 1 and 2 .of blk 7 and loU 1 and Time certificates of deposit 5,600.00 CAN READ BY LIGHT OF :\
) 2 of blk 8 in Livingston. Truby &: (1)r I
Co's sub division ___________________________ L. Peterson _________ 3.15 Cashier's checks outstand'g 1,158.92 BOMBARDMENTS.
.,} LoU 1 and 2 of blk 33 and lots 1 and Savings deposits -----_____105,588.79
r 2 of blk 34 in Livingston, Truby &: s
Co's sub division Hannah Parker 7.35 -----
-------------------------- --- ------ NEW YORK June 28.
I : Lots 2 5 and 7 and part of loU 6 and Total -----_----________291,259.00 -
t t. 8 of blk 18 in Starke ___________________________ Jennie Lou and Harry State of Florida of Bradford. Arthur G. Empey, an American
;. LoU 1 and 2 of blk 45 and lots 2 and Rivers.______ 4S.05 County served in the British 1
1 3 of blk 46 in Livingston, Truby &: I, J. H. Ritch, cashier of the above- army a year ;

,1: Co's sub division __________ Geo. Scott (Con ____ 15 named bahk, do solemnly swear that a half before he was wounded,

Com at NE eor of Wi! of NW.4 of the above: statement true to the best members of the New York
} NEi of NE'4 and running W 200 of Alumni association that intense f fI
;t ft to a point of beg. thence S 245 my knowledge and belief. bardments
i.t ft W 109\ ft, N 245 ft, E 105 ft to J. H. RITCH, raging along the
beginning _______-....._-....____28 6 22 Geneva Towns 5.85 Cashier. front give sufficient light to
1 lot 52k ft E and W by 105 ft N newspaper in the first trench. I
Correct-Attest f 1
and S off E end of Mrs. Hemingway :
lot, bounded E by land of Mrs. N. J N. T. RITCH Empey said army chaplains =

f. Green. S by Hoyt street ______________________ Unknown ___________ 6.60 services sometimes on gun '
6 acres in NEV4 of SE'i! of SE'. less 0. J. GRIFFIN, with
one on the Bible and the
v \ acre in NE cor. bounded E byI eye
See. line S by Ry. W by Blitch place W. T. WEEKS, Directors. er on German aeroplanes. The

t I. in Everley's add __________--29 6 SILAS 22 KITE. Marshal J. A. and Wainright Collector____ 11.85 sians are the most ferocious .

b, 1 -- NEGRO PRISONER ATTACKED with the Bavarians next and the

f4ff + + + + + + + + + + + South 418 feet West 484 feet, north 418 feet DEPUTY SHERIFF AND ECAPES ons third. 1
to point of beginning and. lying in Section
I + LEGAL NOTICES tS. Township 6 South Range 22 East. MAGAZINE

fft + + fffffff + (hf W. J. EPPERSON. Secures Officers Re'oh'er-Later Cap OF CABANAS

1 ADMINISTRATOR'S Non *-r FINAL D. E. KNIGHT.Sheriff Bradford County, Fla. tured in Woods by Posse. RESS, HAVANA, BLiTwN \

SETTLEMENT. Complainant's Solicitor. 6151.NOTICE -
\ NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8.
1917 I will present to the County Judge of KISSIMMEE, June 25.-About 4 HAVANA, June 27.-An

Bradford County. Florida my final account I ;Starke OK ELECTION.Fla.. June 4, 1917. o'clock this afternoon Bob Campbell, in the magazine of Cabanas j,
and vouchers of the of Calvin Moit. deceased
and apply for estate the approval of same By the power vested in them by the School deputy sheriff, entered the jail to lock across the bay from Havana at
Laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction
4 and for my final discharge as such administra of Bradford County hereby order an election up the prisoners in their cells. As he o'clock last Saturday night shook !,

tor.Dated held in Bradford Special Tax School District entered the door he turned to lock i it entire city. One person is
this the 30th day of March A. D.
1917. No. 19, on the 7th day of July. A. D. after him. Arthur Wales, who is i in be dead and many were injured. I i
1917, for the election of three trustees for
.1} A. Z. ADKINS. two years and to determine the amount of jail waiting trial for breaking into the believed a bomb was exploded.
Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott. deceased
Starke. Fla. *-306mo.Master's millage to be assessed. J. V. Edwards T. B. store of Mr. E. II. Fennell a short Among the injured were two

,{ managers Edwards and W. M. Harrell. appointed as time ago, had concealed himself near sons whose sight was destroyed by I

i Sale. E. R. POPPELL. the door, and as )Ir. Campbell turned flash. It is said that the bomb It

6-8-41. Secretary. his back the been placed against the
negro sprang upon him I
; Hereby notice is given that under
j i trying to his which Several ships in the harbor
t' get keys had fallen were t
: and by virtue of that certain final decree
+ ". LEGAL NOTICE. to the floor. Mrl! Campbell pulled his aced by the blowing! up of the :
of foreclosure made the
by Judge The County Assessor of Taxes for Bradford .
revolver and in the Izinc.
, of the 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida, county Florida shall meet with the board of scuffle the revolver
commissioners for said theclerk' was discharged the
county c-'unty at bullet taking
in Chancery sitting, in the Circuit office in said county on the 2nd d..y of of the
: away a part
negro's sleeve. After
Court for Bradford County, Florida, on July. A. D. 1917. at 10 o'clxk a. m.. ard: !
{ the 25th day of May, A. D. 1917, in may continue in session from day to day for a hard struggle the darkey succeeded Sugar From Wood.
one ,week or as long as shall Nnraixb ry. in getting Now
possession of the they're
_: favor of Andrews revolver snsar ,
J. W. & Son
as com for the purpose of hearing coma!tints and receiving
A; plainants and against E. D. Chandleret testimony as to the value of any property and making his escape. He ran wood. Chemists have fount that

g al defendants. real or personal as fixed by the county down Bryan street, and as he passed can take a ton of sawdust and
as assessor of taxes and of perfecting reviewingand
,. The undersigned, as Special Master, equalizing the assessments for the tax Mr. Quinn, who was standing in front quarter of a ton of sugar out f
year. A. D. 1917. of his house, he called to the darkey The process consists of putting
a r t' will offer for sale in front of the courthouse
Given this 15th day of June. A. D. 1917. and asked where he
-1 was going. The sawdust into a closed retort and
t f in Starke, Florida, during the legal N. D. WAINWRIGHT
4 hours of sale on Monday, the 2nd County Assessor of Taxes.S. darkey threw his gun on him and fired, jecting it to digestion with a

r day of July, A. D. 1917, to the highest Chairman. Board of County. T. DOWLING.Commissioners. turned but the bullet went wild. He then lution of sulphurous acid under a

z c. and best bidder for cash, the following Bradford County. Florida. 6153t. toward a swamp on the outer sure of from ninety to one
edge of town. Alarm was spread anda pounds to the
described property, situated in Bradford square inch. Eighty
t LEGAL NOTICE. posse soon formed and followed cent of the I
County, Florida, to-wit: The NE sugar thus obtained is :
The Assessor of Taxes for the Town of him. He was |
ti 1-4 of the NE 1-4 of Sec. 4 twp. 7, S. Starke. Florida will meet with the board of of town captured on the outskirts mentable. The product is called "

s of Range 22 E. Except ten acres i in aldermen for said town on the evening of hiding in a corn field, chulose."
July 3, 1917. for the purpose of hearing complaints by Sheriff L. H. Ingraham and fir
the NE corner lying and being in a and receiving ",'.. .
testimony as to the value -union
square and also two acres in the NW of any property. real and personal, as fixed rieager.
" corner lying and being one acre deep b ythe town assessor of taxes and of perfecting In the excitement James Baker, Jr., What is LAXaFOlJX
reviewing and equalizing the assess in jail waiting trial for stealing laun-
a North and South and two acres long menU for the tax year A. D. 1917. dry from the -FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARAA j
' East and West. Given this 15th day of June, A. D. 1917. Kissimmee Model Laundry Digestive
N. D. made his Liquid ,
escape jail but
E. M. JOHNS, and Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara
Town Assessor of Taxes. did not
get out of
4.' A. V. LONG, Special Master E. S. MATTHEWS. the building. He Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root,
f Solicitor for Complainant. Chairman Towc Council. was found under a cot in a room just Root,May Apple Root SennaLeaves

[, 615t. outside of the jaif. Both negroes were Pepsin. Combines strength with

. Ii' RESOLUTION. returned to jail. Mr. Campbell, with table aromatic taste. Does not gripe.

- 't t SHERIFFS SALE.' WHEREAS.Starke did by the Ordinance Town Council No. 90 of provide the Townof for the exception of a few scratches, is ] f 1
none the
Hereby notice is given that I. W. J Ep certain construction of Street worse.
i.( person. Sheriff of Bradford County State of within said Town and Improvements The Evils of Constipation. :
Florida under and by virtue of 1
/t that certain WHEREAS some of the said work has been Constipation is one of the main
execution issued out of and under the seal of
completed and Fingernail Statistics.It
accepted .
by the Town, and.
sons why the
t the circuit court of Bradford County State average human
of Florida against J. B. Rhoden and in favor by A. F. an assessment roll was prepared has been estimated by a scientist below 40
Harley Town Engineer which said years. Leaving waste :
of James that in
: Hayes and dated the 26th a lifetime
day of 70
., of May. A. D. 1917. will offer for sale and assessment of the roll indicated: if the names of the owners nails years a man terial in the body, poisons the

If tell to the highest and best bidder for cash at of the property property abutting known said the improvements description grows which If it were possible and blood and makes us liable to

t the court house door in the town of Starke. ; to be assessed, the number of front feet the lot to preserve them uncut, would reach headaches, biliousness '
Bradford county, Florida on Monday the 2nd ; the lensth ,
or parcel of land contains the amount o 7 feet 9 inches
per and
day of July. A. D. 1917. the same being a front foot chargeable thereto and the total muddy skin. When you note
t legal sale day of said court, during the legalI. amount to be so specifically assessed and, symptoms, try Dr. King's New
: hours of sale, the following described real estate WHEREAS said PlIes Cured In e to 14 '
assessment roll Days Pills-
was by They
give .
situate, being and lying in Bradford resolution of this council prompt relief,
County. State of Florida. to-wit: on the 11th Yotrr druggist will refund money If PAZO 'I mild, non-griping in action
I. day of May A. D. OINTMENT fails to cue add
Beginning at northwest corner of SW}4 of 1917. formally adopting any case of Itching '
SWV4 of See. 28 run thence East 484 .!set. the assessment roll of the Town of SUrke and >The BHudBleeding first application orProtruding cives Ease Piles in 6 to l4days. I I I to your system and clear the : :
and Rest. SOc. ion. At
>.tt.. .. your druggist, 25c. )

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ate. 'r probing"with a shrug of the shoulders. coming even from so row a source dens and smiled at the girl's defense. -
-i uri3er the shade of the row of plan'
"It's a secret which I myself do not Yet the man found himself groping "Maybe your country may not be

: I know Lady Crandall. and never will" blindly In the dark before the dilemma able to do that," he declared, with a i trees frintring the parade ground--,

Inside the Back to the o'erweening lure of the presented;; he had no foot rule of pre touch of solemnity. "I pray God It / They tried to l jtrsuade themselves tFthey j _
cept or experience to gUJe him. I / were seeing something worm l
gown flitting fancy of the general's may. But I'm afraid your resolution
lady betook itself."Yondon't Ills fruitless searching fur a prop In will not hold Miss Gerson." i1) while. This pleasing fiction wore tb:.| 1
with Mr. Sherman before fifteen mitt
think this Is a shade too emergency was broken by the appearance "I'm going to try to make It anyway ;
of Jane Gerson in the door utes had passeL ;
Lines for Miss open- '
young me, Gerson? Anxiety she answered.
pleaded to be quashed. Ing from Lady Craudall's rooms to the Gibraltar's commander, baffled thus "Shucks mother! The boys at tb

". right of the library. The girl was national guard encampment down jt
"Nonsense! Jane laughed. by a neutral-a neutral fair to loot on
dressed for the out of doors; In her Galesburg fair last year made a bqt'
"But I'm no chicken, my dear. It in the bargain-tried another tack. He "
By EARL DERR BIGGERS arms was a fragrant bunch of blood ter showing than this. He pursed
you would look me up In our family assumed the fatherly air. b4tti
red roses, spraying out from the top his lips and regarded a passing
AND Bible back In Davenport you'd end"Her Crandall
"Lady and I have tried to
of a bronze bowl The girl hesitatedand talion with a critical eye. ) :
WELLS RITCHIE maid knocked and entered on slew you we were frl'nds-trled to
ROBERT drew back in confusion at seeing The patriot stopped short In hU y
the lady's crisp "Comer'"The help get home," he began.
Copyright. 1915 by the Bobbs-Mer- the room occupied; she seemed eagerto view of the continent's delinqucnclj-*
rlU Co. : general wishes to see you, Lady escape undetected. But General "You've been very good to me," Jane to wave his hat at Lady Crandall and
I IF" Crandall In "
library Crandall smilingly checked her flight broke In feelingly Jane Gerson who were trundling! dovi

.,",:,, "Tell the general I'm In the midst of "I-I thought you would be out," "What I say now Is spoken as aMend under the avenue of planes in a snult

. "'i' SYNOPSISDTSVious trying on.Lady Crandall began, then Jane stammered, "and"- not as governor of the Rock. dogcart Lady Crandall answered l Isis

, J & to the outbreak of the Eu- thought better of her excuse. She dropped "And the posies" the general Inter If it Is true that you have met Wood- h&11l Ith a flourish of her whip tu4-
;:-.ar Jane Gerson, buyer for a New the .shimmering gown from her house before-and our conversation
Woodhouse rupted. 'He starts on his way to the firing ed her horse off the road :and broughther
STkooBe Captain
:: meets a
and slipped Into a kimono. here verifies suspicion-that
"train for Paris. He tells her he is en "Were for you to enjoy when you my very squad. conveyance to a stop l>y the groyi
-is "Some stuffy plan for entertaining fact makes his word worthless and re- of !
,,...tor Egypt should come back. She smiled easily Quite right Nlneteen-seven, eh? Hearty greetings passed
somebody or other, my dear"-this to leases you from any promise you may around.
The wife show
into the man's "They'll look so '-
a spy, meets Bllly Capper, an- eyes. Um"lIe paused before the portraitof
g ;pp1aL Jan. "The real burden of being have made not to reveal this and what her unaffected
r spy:' In Berlin. She promises him a much prettier here than In my room. a woman in a Gainsborough pleasure at the meet
. young
number with the Wilhelm- general of the Bock falls on the you may know about him; also it
Jft )and a "Very good of you, I'm sure." Gen hat and with a sparkling, piquant face ing. !
... Then Woodhouse meets Louisa general's wife. Just Into should put you en) your guard-his mo-
.. observed by some American tour- slip your eral Crandall stepped up to the rich 'By George, general, why not try him "I thought you'ouldn't miss the pHi- I
.. It bonnet and when I'm back we'll take tives In any attentions he may pay "
Henry Sherman and family. cluster of buds and sniffed critically. on Lady Evelyn? There's a fair test rode, she called down from her LltfK
_ cannot be above
irwd&ouse (the name Is assumed) is in that little stroll through the Alameda Without looking at the girl he contin- you suspicion""I for you nowr"You seat "Only thing that moves on thf

elm with Louisa to impersonate an Eng- rye promised you for this morning." ued: "It appears to me as though you think that Is a personal matter I mean Craigen's wife?" The general Rock-these dally reviews. Brougl:>

I0i officer of that name, who Is to b, She clutched her kimono about her and had already made a conquest on the am perfectly capable of handling"Jane's looked up at the portrait quizzically. Miss Gerson down here M when shC
tlIDJt red from Wady Haifa to take&rI' whisked out of the resentment sent the flags to her : back New York
room. Rock. One doesn't pick these from "Skeleton's bones Bishop." gets to she can say
of the J signal tower at Gibraltar. cheeks. ,
Wa04hoUM, by agreement purloins Cap- General Crandall, Just rid of the the cliffs, you know." General Crandall "Right But no man who ever saw she's* seen the defenders of Gibraltar
to back
jg>( Wjlbelmstrasse. number. dubious pleasure of Billy Capper's "I should hardly call It a conquest water. "Yes !was Don't quick misunder- her could forget I know T never can. if not in action at least doing their

',oj company, was pacing the floor of the Jane answered, with a sprightly toes yes Poor CraLywir bard training for it."
to Alexandria
proceeds and stand What I Is"He
Woudhouse me. mean to say -
h Eamleh seeks Dr. Koch a German spy Ubrary office thoughtfully. He looked of her head. was Interrupted by his wife's "Good idea, though," the older man "Well I don't mind tellin you"'

Si litows! him the number. Capper ap- .p with a smile at his wife's entranei "But a young man sent you thest voice calling for Jane from the nearby scqule8o. "We'll trip him on Lady Sherman began defiantly, "I think: tU ;

piers and makes trouble. flowers. Come-confess The gener- tvelyn." national guard of Il'ynoy cau run cir
"Helen, I want you to do something room. Anticipating her interruption,
'Woodhouje allay Koch's suspicions. al's tone was bantering, but his eyes cles around these Englishmen wbea it
Copper secretes himself in a neighboring tot me," he said. he hurried on: CHAPTER XV.
did not leave the piquant face under Comes to puttin up a f-how. Now,
pries: and spies on Dr. Koch. "Certainly, dear!" Lady CrandallWas "For the present Miss Gerson we'll Enter, a Cigarette
the chic summer straw hat that shaded Kitty don't try to drive a plug ia
Capper sees the real Woodhouse( borne not an unpleasing picture of ripe drop this matter.: I said a few minutesago |R. JOSEPH AL IEn, proprietorof you

GUt unconscious from Dr. Koch's house beauty to look on In the soft drape of it. I Intended stiortly to-know. I the Hotel Splendide on Wa- your dad'n sentiments again Mrs:
aid follows the pseudo Woodhouse to Gl- "Barely. One of your own men- Crandall's all right-one of us." A
hope 1 won't have tn out that- terport street, was absorbed,
latter her Japanese robe. Even In his worry
The stops overnight with
of the
1ftltIiI' Captain Woodhouse, signal shocked look from his daughter. "Ob; :
10llP Aimer, proprietor of the Hotel General Crandall found himself intrigued threat" heart and soul, in a curious
8pleadbde and a German spy. Louisa is for the minute. ervice. Jane was rearranging the Jane was \\ithJrnwiux: one of the task. lIe was emptying the powder there I go again, forgcttlrf. Lacy

at GforaJtar in disguise. 'There's a new chap In the signal stems in/the bowl, apparently ready buds from the jar. At hit last:: word from two grain quinine capsules on to Crandall, I mean. Excuse me, ma'am."
;:-Henry Sherman and family are stopping service-just in from Egypt-name's she <'roHrl it \''';Lh a little gatp."Tiueat. a sheet of white letter paper on his "Don't you dare apologize, the gov '
::tt toe Splendide. Suddenly Jane Gerson general'1 desk. ernor's wife playfully threatened Mr.
. having with difficulty left Paris. Woodhouse. I wish you would Invite
(.pan I Sherman with her "I love the
:M swift a boat. him to tea, my dear." = h,'pe> IK* Truly. I hope i.ot. But It was noon of Wednesday, the day
. f3 sound of good, old fashioned 'Mrs.'
jouuoiii.in"- the arrival Captain Wood-
!;lily CrandalL!: the American wife of Gltnlttf "Of course, any day""This following
i a governor, visits the Splendide. isHMed afternoon If you please, Helen Sl-i fclo! i l'l'll.! plcJve.l; u;> the flower house. Almer was alone in the hotel's Just Imagine-married five years and

* with Jane's samples of gowns ," the general followed. and v as setting it in his: buttonhole reception room and office behind the nobody has called me 'Mrs. Crauda'J

oA invites her to stay at Government His 1 1. funbe i HU il rciiw n>tr.te.Th's : dingy glass partially inclosing his desk. until you did just now! 'Wedded, but
wife looked slightly puzzled.
.Home. \V6odhouse encounters Jane, but one ws for you, general." she HLs alpaca covered shoulders were Not a )Irs.' Wouldn't that be t per
MM any previous meeting. "This afternoon? But, George, dear,
that-aren't said, and tike trine was seale.1. That close to his ears, and hIs bald head, fectly gorgeous title for a Laura Jeaji
Isn't this
ilmer informs Woodhouse that a friend minute La.ly! Crand.ill rafted Into hair Miss Gerson let's ana
1.yam was with its stripes of plastered run- novel? hop out
stationed at Government House and young man to have him up to Government -
tJat from the signal tower every mine House so soon after his arrival the room (.:L the l>n-c-zo or her own sta<.-- ning like thick lines of latitude on a join these home folks. They're my.

h the harbor can be exploded. The Brit- She remembered "ato Interruption. polished globe, was held far forwardso kind."
suddenly somethingthat
Mi fleet is due.'Woodhouse caused her to reverse herself. "What's this-what's: this! Flirting as to bring his eyes on the work in The burst of laughter: that greeted

pays his respects to General with poor old George? Pinning a rose hand. Like some plump magpie he appeared Lady Crandall's sally was not over !*;-
"Besides I've asked him dinner-
Cnndau, and Capper follows to inform to on my revered husband when my turning over bits of china in fore she had from her
span) him and tells of his experience at the dinner I'm to give the Americans back's turned? Brazen miss! I'm a treasure hole. nimbly
Bunleh.Crtndall. high perch, Henry J. gallantly B".IitIng. -
tomorrow night before they saiL"General here to take you off to the gardens at A round box of the gelatin cocoons '
has his suspicions aroused concerning Jane followed, and the coachman
Crandall looked his
Woodhouse, but nevertheless or- surprise. I once, where you can find somebody lay at his left hand; it had just been from his little bob seat in the back
"You didn't tell me that I didn'tknow youngoer-and not near so doar-Ato delivered Arab to
of Gibraltar. captivate by boy quick
den Capper out these flowers." an ,
"A young man sent you drove the dog cart over the rail to
you had met him. with your tricks. At once pick up the street commission for a
Cranial questions Jane Gerson about wait his mistress' pleasure. The scattered -
Woodhouse suspecting a previous acquaintance "Just happened to," Lady Crandallcut to accept what was on the surface of now!" tuppence. Very methodically Almer
tut gains no Information. In hastily. "Met him at the Hotel the general's rallying. She had her arm through Jane's and picked the capsules from the box one I blocks of olive gray on the

--- Splendide last night when I brought "Woodhouse, eh? You've known was marching her off. An exchangeof by one, opened them and spilled the had coalesced into a solid regimentnow

The eternal feminine, so strong In Miss Gerson home with me." him for a long time, I take it." glances between the governor an<1niltIebrnnl"s quinine in n little heap under his nose. and the long, double rank of .1

lows's transplanted stock prompted a "What was Woo
mischievous question: SpleudiJe the jrcuerpl asked suspiclously. some people say Englishmen are Mow." dollar said that what had passed between shell had been emptied. The seventh cutting arm of a giant mower. The

Then you won't be leaving some She laughed gayly and turned to face them was a confidence. capsule brought au eager whistle; to party of Americans joined the sparse

body behind when you sailsomebodywho "Why, sit'iidinx the ulsht you fool- him. His voice took on a subtle quality Jalmihr Khan announced Major Hish- his lips. When be had Jerked the concentric crowd of spectators" at the edge of |the

seemed awfully ni 'e and-foreigny -* ish boy. Just tff the I'rim-ess Mary, of polite insistence; : op to the general a short Mme later. halves uput"Cry !little: powderfell field the better to see Jane Oersun

and all that? All our American he was. I believe! he did Miss Gerson "Surely you met him somewhere be- The major, n rotund pink faced man out. instead the thin. folJcU found herself chatting with Willy! Kimball

this sort of I't'ryltl'-aud I him edges of a pellet of rice I aper' rrotru' I and Kitty Sherman a little apart
girls.find! the moonlight over on some met fore Gibraltar. of forty, who had the appearance of

side Infectious. Witness me-a .finishing in that way-quite Informally." "How could I when this is the first being ever tubbed and groomed to ed from one rf the containers TLkAimer from the others. A light touch fell on J

school and "Did Miss Gerson service-hum!" has been had extracted In :an iu.:tuut He her elbow. She turned to find Aimer,
trip abroad after days- -a time Captain Woodhouse out the pink of parade perfection, saluted

see where I've finished-on a Hook!" "Ob, a trilling thing! It seemed she of Egypt for years?" his>> superior: Informally, accepted a spread it against the black IwcU! of r the hotel keeper, smiling deferentially.tit

Lady Crandall bubbled laughter. A had only French money, and that cautious "Who t..I.Iou that?" The general cigarette and rrui>eil his plump legs ledger and read the very I fiie scrim' "Pardon thousand pardons fur .'
written.thereon. This! was the i\\-\ intrusion, lady I am Aimer of the
Aliacr fellow wouldn't It.
shrewd downward sweep of her eye accept was quick to catch her up The girl in an easy hair near the general'sdesk. "

wu Just In time to catch a flush Captain Woodhouse gave her English! felt a swift stab of fear. On the instant General Crandall folded his sage: Hotel Splpndlde.;
gold for It-to JUT bill. nut! why"- Danger. An informer from Alexandria! "You haven't remembered smutthlji
mounting to Jane's cheeks. she realized that here was somebody arms on his desk and went direct to
has "Has Miss Gerson.seen him sIn'er' drive into the has denounced our friend to Crandall! more I owe you?" Jane challenged
Well, a mysterious stranger attempting to hL'i subject: You mutt warn; I cannot. {
crossed Jane admitted. "lie General Crandall asked sharply which she herself could not brusquely t
my path, mystery "Major, you were here on the Rorkse'en drained
teas very nice, but mysterious." "Why, George, dear, how could she? understand, but which she had pledged years ago, you pay?" The and spy's the heart of was suddenly in his handtrembled "Oh, no. lady!" Aimer spread' out ,
We haven't been from the breakfast his hands. "I happened to sir j.m
from the up herself to inviolate Her voice
."Ob!" A delighted gurgle keep "Here ten years, general. Regular so that it scattered the qui
table an hour. here watching the parade, and 1 remembered 4
older woman. 'Tellme all about itasecret fluttered In her throat as she answered Rock scorpion-old timer." nine about in -i thiii cloud. Once inure
"Woodhoube was here less than an a trivial duty I have which
for these ancient walls to hear. : "Do you happen to recall this chap he read the note, then held a matchto 1
hour ago to pay his duty call and report if I may be so bold as to ask, you may :
Jsne was about to reply when second "Why, he did himself, general. Woodhouse whonr I sent to you to report it and scuffed its feathery ash with
," he explained "I thought; perhaps < discharge much more quickly than I-
thought checked her tongue.: Before "He did eh? Gave you a bit of his for duty In the signal tower today his feet into the rug beneath his stool 11

her flashed that strange meeting he might have met our guest history on first meeting Confiding ? Has transfer papers from Wady The fortitude which had held Joseph If you will.

titt Captain Woodhouse the night be- somewhere In the" garden as he was chap, what? But you Miss Gerson- Haifa." Almer to the Rock In the never falling "I discharge a c.1uty-for you?" The

fore-his denial of their former meet- coming or going. you've been to Egypt, you say?" "Haven't met him yet, though Captain hope that some day would bring him girl did not conceal her: puzzlement.Aimer's l i
did her
"He send some lovely roses I hand fumbled in a Iock'tf
followed his curious insistence
leg by "No, general. Carson tells inc he reported at the opportunity to do a great servicefor
OB ht>keeping! faith with him by not Lady Crandall brightened; at this to his flapping alpaca: coat and produced 1
Jane was beginning to find this cross office little than hour the fatherland came hear crumbling
a more an
her, patent Inception of a romance. my plain silver cigarette case, :
tireaHng the fact of their acquaint- a uumuuo'i
examination distinctly painful that minute. He groaned.
See him after parade. Wood- .
She doted on romances. "They were ago. grammed. She looked at It wondertnglj1. :a
wee. She had promised-why she had felt that already her pledge, so glibly house Woodhouse" The major propped "Our friend" he whispered. "Wood
In Miss Gerson's room before she was .
given at Captain Woodhouse's Insistence house-trapped!"
his chin his In
down to breakfast. on fingers thought "Captain Woodhouse-you met him
was involving her In a situationthe 1
"Roses, eh? And they met Informally "Ills papers-army record and all at my hotel last night! lady. He left ; t
significance of which might prove that-say h was here on the Rock Aimer did not attempt to go behind
at the Splendide only last night. $ this lying on his dresser >n hen he quit
i qi.c Suspicion was weighing the general's menacing to herself and one other. for three months in the spring of the note and guess who was the informer his room to go to barracks today. For

words. "Isn't that a bit sudden? I She could sense the beginnings of a 1907," General Crandall urged, to refresh that had lodged informationwith me It Is difficult to send n messenger

say, do you think Miss Gerson and this strain between herself and this genial the other's memory. the governor general He had with it to the barracks-wartime, lady

Captain Woodhouse had met somewhere elderly gentleman, her host Major Bishop stroked his round forgotten, in fact, the incident of the -many restrictions inside: the lines. } I

before last night?" "Do you know, Miss Gerson"hewas cheeks, tugged at one ear, but found night before, when the bustering Cap-

"I hardly think so-she on her first speaking soberly now-"I believe recollection difficult. per called the newly arrived Wood-

trip to the continent and he coming you and Captain Woodhouse have met "When I see the chap-so many com- house by name. The flash of suspicionthat hi I.t I.. I

from Egypt But"- before." ing and going, you know. Three attached responsibility to the I F

"No matter. I want him here to "You're at liberty to think anything months-bless me! That's a thin slice American girl named Gersou was dissipated it

tea this afternoon." The general dis- you like, general-the truth or other out of ten years." as quickly as it came. She had 1

4 r missed the subject and turned to his wise." Her answer though given "Major, I'm going to take you into arrived by motor from Paris, not on

smilingly, had a sting behind it the boat from Alexandria His
desk. His lady's curiosity would not my confidence. the senior officer began wa

i be so lightly turned away. "I'm not going to think much longer. ; then he related the incident of now the Imperative duty to carry warning 11

"All these qu'stfons-aren't they I'm going to know!! He clapped his dapper's visit and repeated the chargehe to the suspected one not to wast y- 1

\\'fr rather absurd? Is anything wrong?" lips shut over the last word with a had made. Bishop sat aghast at time In speculation as to the Identity .- ,

She ran up to him and laid her hands smack of authority. the word "spy." of the betrayer. There was but ,

on his shoulders."Of "Are you really, General Crandall "Woodhouse will he here to tea one ray of hope In this sudden pall of iJ .

ii. course not dear." He kissed The girl's eyes hardened Just perceptibly. this afternoon continued CrandalL gloom, and that Aimer grasped eager d''l i

her lightly on the brow. "Now run He took a turn of the room and "While you and I ask him a few leading ly. lie Knew the character of General

along and play with that new gown paused facing her. The situation questions I'll have Jalmihr my Crandall-the phlegmatic conservatismof

1 Miss Gerson gave you. I Imagine that's pleased him no more than it did his Indian, search his room in barracks. the man. which would not easily be "You wish me to give this to Captain

-' the most important thing on the Rock breezy guest but he knew his duty and I trust Jalmihr Implicitly, and he can Jarred nut of an accustomed line of Woodhouse i

I today." doggedly pursued It do the Job smoothly. Now, Bishop, thought and action. The general <
iJ Lady Crandall gave her soldier hus- "Come- oml', Miss Gerson! I be- what do you remember about 100i- would be ,slow t<> leap at an accusation came here hoping perhaps to see I Ij band a peck on each cheek and skipped lieve and sincere captain after the parade. But you"-j-
t you're straightforward something we can lead up to in conversation brought against one wearing the stripes CuptJiuWoodhou
"You wish to give this to
j rt back to her room. When he was or I wouldn't be wasing my time you know?'* of service and. though he might reasonably "
!'e': Jaue finished, u tale, ct
Crandall resumedhis
alone again General this way. I'll be the same to you. The younger man knuckled his brow attempt to test Captain Wood- "
of crossing her fate. .tirv
annoyance ,
3I restless pacing Resolution suddenly This Is time of You understandall hou 'l1dJ \VoodIiciuse.. chosen ,
a war. for a minute then looked up brightly."I ( ore me?" I 5.
crystallized, and he stepped to that Implies. I hope. A serious say general, Craigen was governor by tlip "ilH"L'1'trn! to am>mpisli
the desk telephone. He called a num "You are at government house lay.
question concerning Captain Wood- then. But-urn-aren't you a bit so great n mssi'n! wonMurey! have !
I Captain' Woodhouse comes to teal
ber."That house's position here has arisen. If -mild-this asking of a suspected spy the wit tel l parry "n"Ild"tI.i
the do that.
newcomers garrison It
Bishop? General Crandall {
you you have met him before, as I think to tea?" Yes lie I'-M I e i r.t on his guard would Le uoJ"- .

speaking. Bishop, you were here on you have, It will be to your advantageto "What can I do?" the other replied, The niruMi' islml of lIe:', Aimer s-Imo'ii you s-o ;; .
the Rock ? Good! ,
Vrv ar..b seven years ago tell me where and when. .I am in somewhat testily. "I can't clap an Itself f-!"<.' frown tlf1;.l'nllns of dread
good for names and (Continued Next Week.
Pretty memory )
command of the Rock you know. officer of his majesty's! army Into prison and !cacd| t" the esljrc-ii'-y of the mo
A faces eh? Right! I want to come
Mysterious_ stranger has crossed my you He finished with an odd tenseness of on the mere say-so of a drunken menu Oa"in: his brad n alter to Lee;. ,
Government House for tea at 5 '
path. to tone that conveyed assurance of his au- outcast who has no proof to offer. Imust warm the chair lic'jin.l; the dl''ok.1!' Would Rather Draw Sympathy. t
this afternoon. But run over for a
Woalsed she could no. more divine talk with time earlieran thority even more than did the sense go slowly, major. Watch for a mer retired to his ro'TU and there was If we could read the secret history
little me some
thlp the reason for his asking but ambe hour from now, say. Rather Important of his words. His guest, her back to slip from this Woodhouse. One bad I exceedingly; busy for Iialf: an hour. of our enemies should find in eiiji

it was that she would jot be1x$7'his You.llbe here. Thank you." the table on which the roses rested and The hour of parade during wartimeon man's life sorrow nnd suffering enough

confidence. More than once her hands bracing her by their tense move on his part and he starts on his Gibraltar! was 1 o.doek.t that to disarm our hnstillty.-Longfellowa|

that minute in the reception room grip on the table edge, sought his eyes way to face a firing squad. time, six days a week the half of the i it

the Hotel Splendide Jane Gerson CHAPTER XIV. boldly. Bishop had rWn and was slowly garrison not actually in fighting posi- WATCH THE LICE :' i

lad reviewed the whole baffling outdoes In Doubt "General Crandall" she began, "my ,pacing the room, his eyes on the walls, tion behind the :great puns of the defense #

in her mind, and a growing IEXERAL CRAXDALL sat at training in Hildebrand's store hasn't hung with many portraits In oils. marched to the parade grounds On chicks. These parasites, sap t.e j

Btaent at this strangers demand his desk and tried to bring him- made me much of a diplomat All this "Well, you can't help admiring the down by the we track and there very life blood out of them. Difct'
Well as at her with 'G( of chap." he muttered half the hen at night with B. A. Thom|,
own compliance self down to the routine cry- war and intrigue make me dizzy. ButI nerve went through the grilling regimen that

gas rising in her heart Still, this Ing from accumulated papers know one thing this isn't my war to himself. "Forcing his way on tc meant perfection and the maintenance Louse Killer and your troubles tTre

i Woodhonse was "different" th le. But the anker Billy Capper I or my country's and I'm going to follow the Rock-why, he might as well put of a hair trigger; state of efficiency. ended. It also kills bugs on cucumtcr sell'itto t
*-tols Jane effort in cannon's mouth." tomato and squash vines. We
without his bead
In his mind would not country's example and keep
had Implanted my I Mr. Henry J. Sherman stood with his
}Unalyie-the mystery which he him General Crandall's out of It." "I haven't time to admire," the gen and Kimball-KIm- you and if it does not make jjooJ, J
I give peace. wife, Kitty Willy
tv bout himself but served to set tremendous responsibility would not General CnrJiVl shrugged hUhoul!. eral said shortly. "Thing to do la to ball had developed a surprising inter- we will, D. C. Jones, Starke, Fla. June

Part from the common run of permit him to tosje Capper'8 yarning. %ct" eslin o9i the5e home folks at ]Past 18152229., --- -.--''- -
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The seating capacity of the house is Adjt. L. A. Odum has been appointed M. E. Edwards.A chine with a veil': of tulle! .

exhausted and about 30 more pupilsto by Gov. Catts to represent Floridaat party composed of Messrs. J. C. caught up with a wreath which'of "

:L come in, which will run the numberto the meeting of the American Prison Cone, W. E. Torode, E. E. Burney, H. blossoms. She carried an 01

near one hundred.It Association which convenes at the Raleigh W. Burney, Henry Bennett A. M. i quet of white sweet peas and arm '-'

seems now that we are getting Hotel, Washington, D. C., July Blanchard, A. A. Smith, T. J. Terry, the valley. The happy till*
County News Items such a large number of pupils that we 2nd. A wise choice.P. James Starling, A. H. Harley, J. H. the evening train amid showers duple left !

: will have to arrange for another as- B .Brantley, of Jacksonville wasa Moore, W. H. Edwards, Raymond for a trip to Hricgpport;ton toy
sistant teacher. business visitor here Wednesday. ; Hess and James Godwin went on a the bride's grandmother.'t; -

Prof. and Mrs. B. D. Adams, of During the thunder storm Sunday fishing trip Monday afternoon to Bar- "'-
,Iaerudnlute Gathered During the Week by Our Gainesville are the teachers and much afternoon the kitchen flue of the res nett lake, near Putnam Hall. They -
Regular Correipondents. credit is due them for their getting idence of Rev. John Mullady was hit returned home Tuesday evening with Miscellaneous Shower] fO; Mig. **

such a large enrollment for the begin- by lightning. The flue and stove pipe about 80 pounds of fine trout. Mrs. W. M. dall. ,f 'f
were completely demolished. Rev. The local branch of the AmericanRed Overstrc-gt ent
ning.We are sorry to report that Mi*. Mullady states that the building was Cross report that $755.14 has already -' at afternoon a miscellaneous her sliovjr We

Mr. E. B. Beilling, of Miller, was in Walter Brooks is seriously ill. Her covered by insurance but the viands been subscribed. This fund does at .home o$ Dekleg.-
honor of Miss
; our section one day last week. many friends hope for her speedy re- which had been left on the stove for not include several subscriptions sent tractive bride-to.be.Julia i;;ndall, aD

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brown, of Prov- covery. ( supper were not included in the insurance in to the county society. All spbscrip- The house $
Program for Mother's Meeting.The idence, was visiting here and attended Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Carter, of Lake j policy and were a total loss. tions will be gladly received by Mr. in was pre. --tly deems J

mother's meeting will be held church at Midway Sunday.Mr. Park, Ga., spent several days here last A cordial invitation is extended to I and Mrs. J. T. Moore, chairman and both a pink sides and green solar iLOtif. .
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stephen Brown, who has been week visiting relatives.H. all ladies of the town and communityto secretary of the local branch. of the hall (\.tr tie
Matheny on Wednesday afternoon, the sick for some time is improving slow- C. Peeples and family and J. L. attend the meeting of the W. C. T. Mr. H. B. Cleckley ,of Fort Pierce, of ,the an aisle in where pink t j the fUrther,..
4th ult., at 3:30. It is hoped there will Brown attended the cemetery workingat U., at the home of Mrs. Allen, July 2, was a visitor to Lawtey one day last the)iisle i en
pink covered
be a large attendance. ly.Mr.. Elmer Crawford and sister, Miss Crosby cemetery last Monday.J. at 3 o'clock. week. a easy ch;f r, ever 1rbit,

:, Devotional exercises-Mrs. Lamb. Etta, of Winter Garden, are visiting S. Brown and J. F. Douglass madea Hampton enjoyed a rare treat whenon Mrs. G. W. Jennings, of Jacksonvillewas was the door a pink campy Uithe imide i cfJ

s I, Report of last meeting. relatives here. business trip to Gainesville Monday.Mr. last Friday evening a troupe of a recent visitor at the home of read "The was Rock placed Road.t :'Jgn: 01 i

r : Report of committees. Mr. J. J. Brannen was a business : and Mrs. B. E. Brown were in i Starke's young people, under the man- Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Griffis for several Below this tJ Ifatrini '!

Unfinished business. visitor to Lake Butler Friday. Lake Butler Tuesday.L. agement of Mrs. Nelle Hughes, enter- days.Mrs. "Schedule of hJng.anothel sign re & I
New business. Mr. C .C. Brown, of Manatee, is visiting A. Duncan and family of Lake tained at the Masonic Hall here. Af- H. V. Skipper, of Bishopville, of the Trips for .**17.' Ser2-

Reading, "The Call. of Patriotism"Mrs. his father, Mr. Stephen Brown. Butler, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. S. ter a very enjoyable musical recital, S. C., is spending a few days here as suspicious girls of wjiom the, frierJitt:! I

Ada Lewis. Clarence has many friends here who Miller last Sunday. the melodrama, "The Bow of White the guest of her daughter, Mrs. E. E. Opening were the .urged ff) 'sifnm % I

i ,. Recitation, "Our Flag"-Mrs. Bare ,! are always glad to see him. Come N. H. Stokes and Eugene Douglass Ribbon" was reproduced on the stage. Burney. matrimony and door wa the najfc:
I foot. back to old Bradford. visited Jacksonville and Pablo Beach Mrs. Hughes who is an accomplished road ik s
tervals of
j! Paper, "Our Duty as Christian Citizens Mr. J. A. pouglass went to Lake last week on business. musician, presided at the piano. LAKE BUTL! "Abandon two feet were' placed i
I -Mrs. Shriver. Butler Saturday on business. Isham Brown, who has been visiting'' Misses Anna Canova, Cleo Mitchell "Twelve hope, all'e .'ho enter j i./i

I Song, "My County, Tis of Thee"- Messrs. Isaac, Lawrence and James relatives in this community for sever- and Florence Matthews rendered the days' journey; ahead," "f\\If

I I By members. Blackwelder are attending the sing at al days, returned to his home at Bland "Walla Walla" song so charminglythat Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Duncan, also Mr. a long to way"to matrimony, it Is afctoi i

i Chain prayer for peace. Sardis. Tuesday.H. the audience was held spellbound. :( D. F. McDonald, took a trip to Jacksonville way Across go.the chair t 'i:
Dismission. Reuben Blackwelder, who has been C. Peeples was in Lake Butler Messrs. Horace Wilson, John Pow- last Friday. was*tied the to',,
I Refreshments. in St. Petersburg for some time, returned Tuesday on business. ell, Francis Halligan and Ray Colley '! Mr. B. D. Kelly, of Raiford, made a Your journey's done, ,j i

I home Sunday. Rev. Blanton, of Georgia, preachedtwo presented a negro burlesque which I business trip to our city last Tuesday. May goal next IS won road; *4 I

LONG BRIDGE. interesting sermons Monday to won great applause. The entertain I Rev Mathis, of Nashville, Ga., returned Be paved your with fun." "I

VANDERBILT. large and appreciative congregationsat ment will be reproduced at Waldo Friday I to his home last Tuesday. He Beneath the sere
the Free Will Baptist church.J. evening, July 6th. The audience had been running a revival meetingin signs scatting
Miss Nona Brown, of Sampson City, "along the road" the gets
S. Howard, the naval stores man here was unanimous in their invita- Raiford. wrapped!
the of her cousin, Missi The hail storm did much damage to brown paper to reprcfcnt rockfcft1
was guest of Dukes was in our midst Tuesday.Mrs. tion to "come again." Mr. Hiram Sapp of Palmetto, is
i Blanche Moody, last week. the in this section Sunday af- largest "r cks"came ;$rst, so hi!
I W. H. Hamilton of Panama, Mrs. J. W. Watterson, one of our visiting his grand parents, Mr. and u
i. Mr. Wiley Edmondson, of near ternoon. St. Johns county, is visiting relatives most highly esteemed citizens passed Mrs. J. R. Terrell. He is on his way give the bride-to-l ratf trouble,'" I
Starke visited relatives at Long The singing school will be out to- I was invited to come oar-half j
in our community this week.A Tuesday afternoon and laid to Savannah, Ga., where he will spenda k.
. Bridge Saturday. morrow. Everybody come and bring away ter than the others sf' as she
number of our people are attend- to rest in the Santa Fe pond cemetery while with relatives.Mr. .
L Master Louie Drake, of Raiford, somebody with them. the last to come. 'mibe
LBj| ing the protracted meeting at Mid- Wednesday afternoon. Rev. E. M. C. D. Moore left for Waycross,
: last week with his grand parentsJf Those who visited the sing Saturdaywere On entering the hail she
' E spent way this week.H. Henderson, of Waldo conducted the Ga., for a few days. His place is fill- read
\ Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Merritt. Messrs. Chas. Bloodsworth, Jon- sign, "The Rocky Roatf to Matrino3
T. Bennett, of Bland, was in our services. ed by Mr. E. B. Collins, of Evinston,
't There will be preaching at the Long nis Yarborough, of Raiford, Littleton community on business Tuesday. :Mrs. 0. Haynes of the until his return. The hostess then opened the door is
spent a part
school house next third Sun- Barnard Andrews of Lake But- the bride-to-be w.s filled
i Bridge Kite, with t
Rev. J. W. Hires, of Otter Creek, is
week in Waldo, the guest of her son,
; day. Rev. LaRowe of Starke, will ler; Misses Perla Whitten Maude Tay- visiting relatives here. He is engagedin der as she viewed the queer, bloda
B. whose little died
preach. Everybody invited to attend lor, :Myrtle Yarborough and Miss Rig- RAIFORD. Wednesday.Rev.Haynes. son on the state board of missions work. road with crowds cf -girls on ei IIIi

these services. don, of Georgia, who is visiting Miss Mr. and Mrs. Robt. F. Rivers en- side. She was then told to read e
L. A. Rawls
Don't forget Sunday school every Perla Whitten. I accompanied by tertained quite a number of friendsat sign alound, tike it down and pi c\'I!
Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Everybodycome. Mrs. Nettie Sapp and little daugh-I Miss Rees Lucas, of Walterboro, S. his little here daughter., Agnes, were visitors their residence last Sunday, this each stone. After a long, bat IIJi

ter, Beulah, of Lawtey visited Mrs. C., was a visitor to the Byrd home on Monday.Rev. being the occasion of the 25th birth- journey she reached the chair wijfe
Barr filled his
Misses Ida and Lena Merritt visited R. G. Norman from Friday until Mon- Sunday. regular appoint- arms laden with Kite The riibfc
ment here day of the head of the family. Bob,
: their sister, Mrs. M. M. Drake, of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Courtney andlittle Sunday, preaching to an : wish were then taken down and the j&
returns of
we happy
.' ;! Raiford, last Tuesday and Wednes- day.There will be preaching at the Van- daughter, Ethel, left Tuesday unusually large audience. The ser- the occasion.Col. you. many crowded around her, while she &

day. derbilt Baptist church Saturday nibht morning for their home at Limestone.Hon. mon received.was a patriotic one and was well Joe Hill Williams, of Starke, wrapped the gifts. .1 j

and Sunday. A. D. Andrews made a busi- was in Lake Butler last Monday. Delicious refreshments of ft

WOODLAWN. Mrs. L. L. Connor visited friends ness trip to Jacksonville Tuesday Miss Ina Alderman left here Fri- punch and wafers were served thrsap

and relatives in and near Raiford the evening to confer with cattle men. LAWTEY. day and will attend the Peaboady Col- out the afternoon by Mrs. Sam Slept,

latter part of last week. Rev. Warren Coffin, Mr. George and lege for teachers. We wish her a Miss Faye Hodges and Mrs. Bells[ A*

Mr. E. D. Hilliard, of the Vanderbilt Mr. Levy Norman and sisters Misses Miss Ruth Coffin, of Johnstown, were pleasant trip, much success and a safe brose assisted; in entrtaining anile!

: section, was a visitor here Tues- Lizzie and Lottie, attended churchat in Raiford Tuesday. Last Friday a very enthusiastic return to Bradford county, her home, ceiving. After much enjoyment

day.Messrs. Raifor dSunday. Miss Eula Williams, of Wellborn, meeting was held on the railroad platform where she is so much thought of. hostess and quests helped the'bi
J. S., J. M., W. E. and W. Messrs. Percy and Ottoe Wainrightof is in town this week. near the depot, in the interestof Miss Maude Jennigan, of Compass take in a wheel-barrow, prettily.je!

" H. Norman and 0. J. Phillips, motored Heilbronn, made a call in this sec- Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch, of Law- the Red Cross society. At about 3 lake is visiting her friend, Mrs. A. rated in pink. The presents ej!

over to Jacksonville Saturday. tion Sunday afternoon.Mr. tey, was in town Sunday, guests of o'clock Rev. T. S. Stark, with a few Zacharias. She will be here for quitea piled around her, then they had
. Mr. Eodus Green was a visitor to Chas. Alvarez attended churchat Mr. Futch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. appropriate remarks, introduced the while. her home. I

4. Raiford Tuesday. Raiford Saturday night and Sun- D. Futch. first speaker, Hon. A. V. Long, who Mrs. J. H. Marshburn is visitingher Those present were, Misses Jii

; The stork paid a visit to the home day.Mrs. Mr. B. Z. Matthews spent Tuesdayin held the quite large assemblage spell- sons at Crestview and Bonifay.Mr. Kendall, Clara Stewart, Clifford Ec|
of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hilliard, of the T. Raiford.Mr. rell Rilla Foivler :
F. Norman, of Starke, was bound for about fifteen minutes and Avery G. Powell received a let- Margaret Ian
Vanderbilt section June 19th, leaving visiting in this section the first partof H. W. Raiford, state convict then introduced Col. J. C. Poppell, whoin ter from his brother, Ned, who has tery, Georgia Epper&on, Pearl Sor
;- a fine girl. the week. inspector, returned from Pinette Sat- turn held the audience for about been in the for 12 He borough, Thelma Bailey, Minnie "
. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips visitedin Mr. S. J. Norman is having his car urday night. fifteen minutes. Rev. Stark then introduced wrote a interesting navy account years.of his ton, Coland Jones. Henrietta 1

the Wateroak section Friday. painted over. He expects to have his )Ir. and Mrs. W. 0. Brooks, of Prov- Rev. T. L. Z. Barr, who clos- travels very the world including berg, Annie Rime, Marshal
over a
'. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman were car looking new again. idence, were in Raiford Sunday, the ed his remarks with a prayer for the narrative of an attack of a submarineon Ada Register. Minnie Moore, Erg I
shopping in Starke Thursday.Mr. Prof. E. A. Wilkerson spent Friday guests of Mr. J. A. Brooks and fam- success of the Red Cross society. Each the ship he was in. Kennedy, Berta Greene, Amy Gnej

E. Kite, of Lake Butler, visited night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. ily.Mr. speaker fully explained the need of the Mr*. Chas. F. Rivers donated to the Ruby and Jessie Roberts, Butk &:!
friends here Sunday. Norman. Walter Graham returned Red Cross and the need
to of funds to officers of the Red Cross the other day Thelma Bolin, Elsie Gilispie, Marra-
Mrs. H. M. Hill was shopping in Everybody remember the sing will Stuart Tuesday to resume his work as aid the nurses in properly taking care the use of his auto, which was used in ite Duncan, Reese! Lucas, Faye Eeif,

Starke Friday. break up tomorrow, June 30. Every- assistant postmaster.Mrs. of the wounded, who will be in a for- making the trip to Dukes. Mesdames Paul Kendall, Sam SffiJE
Messrs. J. M. Norman M. D. Davis body invited. We expect to have a : Ina Williams, nee Miss Sallie eign land without relatives and friends Mr. B. Feinberg left here and Belle Ambrose. **.

G. H. Beavers, 0. J. Phillips were crowd with us. Come and bring some Walker, and sister, Miss Louella Wal- and no doubt Lawtey will do her partin for a business trip to Oca'a.Mr. '! Monday <

transacting business in Raiford Tues-. one with you. ker, of Jacksonville, spent Sunday in raising Bradford county's $5,000. and Mrs. M. E. Feinberg are What Kdeps Boys at Home.C .

day.Work Raiford, guests of their sister, Mrs. J. Among those present:; at the meeting the guests of Mr. B. Feinberg and More boys would run away ft*
is being pushed by the Law- A. Brooks. from Starke lion.
were and Mrs. A. V.
WORTHINGTON.The family. They will stay a few weeks home to ('!;crp" the .yranny If 6f
tey Telephone Company to completeits Quite a party went to Kingsley lake Long, )Ir. and Mrs. H. C. Richard, A.M here before returning home. bad free 100:-rd room* and clottfl

line to Raiford this week. for the day Sunday. Among those Darby, Frank Lane, Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. W. II. Baxley, of the firm of run to.-Fort Worth Star-Telegrm !:
Messrs. R. 0. Caleb Edward M. Alvarez, N. T. Ritch J. C. 'I
I singing school conducted by were Pop Baxley & Ellott, state agent for the s! ,
I GRAHAM. Prof. Cole is a grand success. Thereare Dyal, Felix Sapp, Joe Cason, Avery pell, L. A. Davis, Rev. T. L. Z. Barr, Provident Life & Accident InsuranceCo. RETAIN THE BREWING: STOCS:)(j

50 in attendance, and all seem to Tison, 0. G. Smith and Ellison Ros- Joe Truby, F. F. Stump and Col. and ., of Chattanooga, Tenn. were in -& ,
take interest in the work. ier. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. "-- s
Lake Butler last Friday business.
i. Miss Mabel Byrd, after visiting rel- Miss Emma Harris and brother are Rev. L. H. Futch, of Vanderbilt, Mr. G. L. Futch and daughter, Miss :'tlisslarion Richard on entertainedthe When high prices prevail, or tY-

atives in South Florida, has returned visiting their sister, Mrs. T. B. Shaw. and his grandson, Mr. G. B. Gourtney, Ethel, were visitors to Starke last Christian Endeavor at her there is a shortage of feed and fortf

:: home. With her came her brother, Hr. Harris is convalescing from a pro- were in town Saturday.The Saturday.Mr. home "Down on the Old society Mill Stream" crops there is a tendency for the fin
Lee Byrd, and her uncle Dan Warren. tracted illness and comes to enjoy the following party went to Kin s- and Mrs. James Goodfellow returned last Friday evening. Refreshmentswere ers to cull! their breeding stock fc
They came in Mr. Byrd's car. life-giving waters of Worthington. ley lake with Messrs. J. H. Denmarkand from South Florida last week. served and closely, says John M. Scott of their
Prof. J. I. Ogden has just closed Earl Whitten James Mrs. Goodfellow will many games engagedin of Florida staife
a Mr. Geo. Edwards and family, of Thursday: remain for the by the folks. versity experiment
very successful summer term of schoolat Manatee, are visiting relatives here. Dowlinj, Eustis Crews, Avery Tison, present while Mr. Goodfellow will vis- themselves young hugely.Dr. .Everyone enjoyed That is, a large number of desi*

Sampson City. They made the trip by automobile. His Brady Rosier, B. D. Kelly 0. G. Smith it the fruit growing section of Geor- Henry C. Carver, of Alachua young cows and heifers and y*

Messrs. H. C. Richard and R. An- niece, Miss Edith Williams, will accompany Fred Waters, Clarence Ritch and Walter gia in the interest of a Washington is visiting his parents, )Ir. and Mrs.S. ., sows and gilts are sold for meat |
dreu, of Starke, were here last week him home to spend a few Valencia and wife. commission house. M. Carver. High prices are strong temptafe
i in the interest of the American Red weeks before assuming her duties as Mr. M. M. Whitten took Rev. W. L. :Mr. J. II. Moore was a business visitor Rev. J. B. Crews of but we must look to the future, tf<
Long Brides
Cross: one of_ the new teachers, uu___ of n Bradford._ ____u __ Overstreet to Lawtey Sunday to fill to Starke last Saturday. attended the Christian church Mr. Scott. The prospects are fc
I This community has already contributed The employes of the A. C. L. had a his regular appointment. They returned -. Hon. A. S. Crews, of Starke, was a school last Sunday Sunday both beef and pork will contina5

-. three young men to the service picnic at Worthington last Saturday. Sunday evening.Mr. I. visitor to Lavvtey last Friday.Mr. Miss Belle Richard: who has been i bring good prices for several J f
I of Uncle Sam. Mr. Truby Dyal Quite a number attended the affair. and Mrs. Geo. 0.: Jackson spent and Mrs. R. R. Thede and Mr. her Every effort should be made to keep*
t I. is stationed at League Island Navy The hotel prepared 150 dinners besides i the week-end in Lake City, visiting and Mrs. J. D. Randall were visitorsto visiting R. Richard parents in Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. R. much desirable breeding stock oaj*
Yard; Mr. Linsy Lane is at present several brought well filled baskets. friends and looking after business in Lake Butler one day last week. time returned home some farm as it is possible to care to*'
fir the Navy Hospital, Philadelphia, The Red Cross solicitors visited the their former home. Col. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke was Friday. She the herd must be reduced, cull out bolder
J L" and Mr. Schell Byrd at Ft. Scriven. town Saturday. Several speecheswere Prof. Snowden, of Lake Butler, spent in our burg on business last Friday. was accompanied Misses back by her two sisters animals. '

They all are in the service for our made and the people appeared Sunday and Monday in Raiford. The members of the M. E. church, will, Maggie and Neta, who We cannot continue to produe *
spend some weeks with their relatives -
I ;j great.country.Mr. interested. Among those in the corps Mrs. Snowden is spending a few South, Sunday school enjoyed a picnicat here. necessary amount of meat prodiid1

; Roy Roberts with wife, little were Col. Weeks, 'Joe Hill Williams, days in Raiford.W. Kingsley lake last Thursday.Mrs. Sheriff we reduce our breeding herds, cues *
I Roy Jr., and Miss Elva Lea Crews, J. C. Poppell, Rev. Barr and Supt. E. G. Brooks and family, of Starke, N. T. Wearen, of Arcadia, is Sheriff Cameron W. J. Epperson and Deputy Mr. S<-ott. The breeding ffi
motored over and spent Sunday with R. Poppell.A spent Sunday in Raiford, visiting his spending a few days at the home of last were in Lake Butler must be kept up to the maximum#

I ; the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.L' portion of this section was visit- I brother, Mr. 0. A. Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill. Saturday.Mrs. the farm will carry. ;
F. C. Elves and ;r
: Roberts. ed this week by a very destructive hail Capt. D. W. Purvis, of the State Mr. G. L. Futch and daughter Miss Miss -
! : Mrs. Geo. Stone, after spending last storm. Several thousand dollars dam- Farm, made a business trip to Lake Ethel, were visitors to Jacksonville on Frances, returned to their home in
I week with her daughter, Mrs. W. J. age was done. City Sunday. Wednesday.Mrs. Jacksonville last Sunday, after a twoweeks' -

I" .. Jones, in Hastings, has returned to her Dr. J. 0. Phillips received orders to Mrs. J. H. Walker, of Jacksonville, J. D. Randall was a visitor to and visit family.to her brother, J. t;. Harper LET

"t' h. Dr. W. H. Thomas, of this place, July 3rd. They left for Gainesville daughter, Mrs. J. 0. Brooks. J. H .Martin, district superin- The Eagle Grocery Company have YOURS
! was a professional visitor to the Wa- Tuesday to spend a few days with Mrs. T. B. Handley left Sunday for tendent of the Jacksonville district, moved their stock of goods from the

l. leroak section Sunday morning. their parents before leaving.Dr. Fitzgerald, Ga., where she was called M. E. church, preached at Grove Townsend block to the store recently U P P L' YOU!

k Dr W. E. Middleton, of Hampton, Chas. H. Nobles and family, of by the serious illness of Mr. Hardley.Mr. church last Sunday, both morning and vacated by Douglass & Knight. This
was in our little town Sunday morn I i Apalachicola are spending some time R. B. Roberts and family, of evening to quite large and interested grocery is one of the leading business 4 t lildaa
ing on professional business. at the Springs. They came by auto Worthington, were in Raiford Sunday congregation. The second quarterly houses in the city and carry a fine line
The Graham Junior High School and will likely motor to Miami to visit visiting Mrs. Roberts' parents, Mr. conference was held after the evening goods. UuIIIIIiGARDEN
opened Monday, June 18th with an Mrs. Noble's parents.Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews. service. -

I enrollment of near one hundred. All S. J. Russell went to Jackson- Mrs. W. F. Godwin and children returned White-Kendall. ..;.,r.I.i".r,Tf, ...f' f'
seem to be well satisfied and the indications ville Friday and was home the A UJ !'
accompanied by HAMPTON. first part of the week beautiful wedding was solemnized (1
I are that we will have the best his little grand daughter, Louise, on from Griffin Ga., where they spent Tuesday evening at the Methodist tt 'fV'j .
. trem of school, both summer and winter his trip back home. several weeks with relatives.Mr. church when Miss Julia Kendall .

I F in the history of the school. Miss Anna Biggers accompaniedMiss C. S. Allen, of Bushnell, spent sev- L. H. Hill was transacting bus- united in marriage to Mr. Wallace was E. ELD
and I
. I Louise Leverett home from the eral days here during the past week, iness in Starke Tuesday. White, of Tartwell, Ga. The
NEBO. LaGrange college. Miss Anna is the the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Mike Futch was a business visitorto was performed in a most impressiveway ceremony

guest of Miss Louise for a few weeks. Allen.J. Jacksonville last Friday. by the bride's grandfather, Rev. SeEDSESPECIpl ;
The Alachua Sunday school picnic J. Hutson and family, of West )Ir. J. W. Caldwell T.
' Mr. J. R. Terrell, of near Lake But- former residentof R. Kendall, of Milledgeville, Ga.,
ler his was held at Worthington last Thurs- Palm Beach, were visitors here dur- Lawtey but now of Cedar Keys, is assisted by the bride's father. The ADAPTS
was visiting daughter Mrs. J.
. C. Crawford, Sunday. day. Many baskets were filled and all ing the week. spending several days this week in our decorations of the. hurch jrere in pink FOR YOUR STAT&.
report nice time. Mrs. Elsie Sparkman is home -
a Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Miller, of Worth- a again town.Mr. and green. Mr. White has as best
= ington, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. an extensive visit with relativesat and Mrs. A. A. Smith spent man his brother, Mr. Fred White. The -FREE'

W. Edenfield Sunday.Mr. MILLER.Miller Hague. Sunday at Kingsley lake. maid of honor, Miss Irvine Leveritt, OUR INSTRUCTIVE I f1

J. C. Brown made a business here Theodore Sparkman was a visitor Rev. W. L .Overstreet filled his regular of Worthington, wore pink crepe de _ii AND WEEKLY PRi
during week. appointment at the Lawtey Bap- chine, carrying pink % .: ;
trip to Lake Butler Saturday. school opened last Mr. sweet peas. Mas- TH
Monday and
Mrs. R. D. Rawley tist church SEND Furl
accompanied last
Sunday.Mrs. ter
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Colson, of for a two months summer term. The Henry Sprinkle acted as ring bearer -
Bland, attended. church at Midway on I enrollment is the largest for the be- I ley, of Starke by Mr., were and visitors Mrs. M.here L. Raw-Sun- Starke. A. Z. Adkins and children, of and little Miss Caroline Duncan EA.MA TIN
are spending few
a days at scattered
d last Sunday. ginning of any term in its history. day. roses, preceding the bride,
the home of Mrs. Adkins' mother Mrs. ONVILLEi
whom wad Charming in white deN JA
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