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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor'' and Proprietor.

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VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1917. NUMBER 1.

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jl J' :' UIUBOATA1IIACKI NEGRO TAXICAB DRIVER CONVICTED EAST ST. LOUIS RUSSIANS AGAIN BECOME ACTIVE; I




-if'I ON TROOP SHIPS OF MURDERING MRS. ROY C. HESS MOBS WREAK TAKE TRENCHES WITH IOOOG MEN


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: A FAILURE FURY BLACKS .
11 WAS After Trial Lasting Three Days ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHT After Months of Inactivity the TWO COMPANIES OF SOLDIERS I

SLACKERS FACE COMMISSIONERMen TO GUARD NEGRO 'RISOXER
\ ---- Jury Returned Verdict With Russians Strike Austro-Ger- ..

'y DESTROYERS CLAIM ONE Recommendation to Hang. Charged With Evading Registration MARTIAL PROCLAIMED mans a Hard Blow. I Miles Will Face-Trial at ;.Uadt'nto"'nFor

Tried Yesterday. AS MOB STARTS BURNING Murder and Act Sault.
t SUB. AT LEAST SENT DOWN

i f1.:, FOLLOWING CONVICTION STRONG POSITIONS TAKEN ,
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Ii,. TALLAHASSEE, July 6.-One TAMPA, July Comjunies G and .
-i GERMANS HAD ADVANCE INFORMATION DOOMED MAN CONFESSES hundred and eight men were arraignedhere TWENTY-SIX KILLED AND SEV AFTER DAYS OF SHELLING H will assemble at thehj armory to-

I; AS TO MOVEMENT yesterday morning before United ENTY-FIVE INJURED-330 NE- morrow morning and marwi to the un-
States Commissioner Guyte P. Mc- ion station
entdain
to for facksonville
OF AMERICAN SHIPS. CHARGES THAT ALBERT SAND- GRO HOMES DESTROYED.EAST RUSSIAN WAR MINISTER LEADS
Cord the charge of evading registration where
!' on they go to guar Will Miles,
I ERS, WHO DROVE MRS. HESS for selective conscription. The ATTACK IN PERSON, CARRYING negro, to Bradentcwn, wh.re the black

WASHINGTON, July 3.Safe arrival TO HOTEL, WAS IMPLICATED majority of the alleged slackers were THREE LINES OF TEUTON is to be tried for the milder of Mrs.
arrested and the others had been serv- ST. LOUIS, July 2.-At least W .S. -
at a French port of the last ships Palmer and baby })f Ellenton,
WITH HIM AND ACTUALLY fifteen shot and killed TRENCHES RUSSIAN ARTIL-
were by
negroes
f 5' of the first American overseas expedi- ed warrants notifying them to appear and assault upon the person of a
; tion was announced tonight by Secretary COMMITTED THE ATROCIOUS for the preliminary trial. mobs here tonight as they fled from LERY PLAYS IMPORTANT PARt young white girl of the same place,

i Daniels in a statement revealing: MURDER. The majority of the men facing the their burning homes which had been who has since died. ,C
* charges are white and some of them set on fire by white mobs. The actual -
> that twice on the way across the At-
I'I lantic German submarines attackedin are well known citizens of Leon, Jefferson numbers who lost their lives in the LONDON, July Prisoners exceeding DRAWING OF SELECTS WILL
counties. burning buildings are not knowi. 10,000 and the of the
and capture
Taylor
force and were fought off by convoying -
MOBILE, Ala., June 30.-Found BE MADE AT TIIR: CAPITOL
As an aftermath of the killing of village of Koniuchy and strongly fortified -
warships. I
guilty of the murder of Mrs. Julia
1 t.:y;; The Americans did not lose a man, May Hess by a circuit court jury, THE TAX SALE. one policeman and seriously woundsing positions southwest of Brzezanyare -
of three others by a negro mob, the first fruits of the new offen- WASHINGTON, July :Selection
animaL At least oft
ship or ai one Fisher Brooks taxicab driver
D? a a negro -
military rule was proclaimed at eight sive of the Russian forces in eastern of men for the national war army will
the undersea enemies destroy
was will die the for his
e The work of spies through whom the crime, on 3rd. gallows The sale of lands for unpaid taxes o'clock tonight and at the same time Galicia, north of Koniuchy the Rus- be made in Washington. Secretary Baker -

August of 1916 took place Monday at noon. 300 white men were arrested and larked sians have attacked and fresh battles let this become known today, although -
Germans knew secrets of the expedition -
After for hour and
t\ deliberating one All the morning the collector's office I up at police headquarters. je;?Jo are in progress. I I the exact nature of the selection -
is disclosed by the news that the minutes the
seven jury last night
was besieged by belated taxpayers, quarters in various parts of the: city Around the process will remain & secret un-
first attack was made far at sea before came into court with a verdict that Brzezany fighting was I I
and only about one-half of the parcels are on fire and the flames reach the til the local and district exemption
the and their most bitter and Berlin claims that
.t' transports convoys Brooks was guilty of murder in the
advertised in last week's Telegraphwas edge of the business district. boards have completed their
very organization -
?i.,I reached the point at which a rendezvous first degree and with the recommen- sixteen Russian divisions were thrown
sold. Estimates of the number of probably about 10. It is
'L negroeswho July
forward The Russians
with carried the
c: had been arranged the de- dation that he be hanged.
There not bidders perished in the fire high generally understood there will be
; were many pres- ran as as fortifications at several in the
stroyer flotilla operating in European The heard the of the points
negro reading ent. Three or four men from this city one hundred, but there was nothing face of desperate resistance. some form of drawing from the millions
t waters._ The submarine commanders verdict that placed the aroundhis a
noose bought the Some authentic on which to base these esti- of registration cards. Men
greater part.
par-
|!\! apparently knew where to expect the neck without the slightest show of Minister of War Kerensky personally -
r' cels were not in demand at all and reverted mates, except that hundreds of whites lead the Russian whose names are drawn will be sum-
Americans bound for the fighting lines emotion. The sullen revolutionaryarmy.
same manner to the state them stood around the of the moned to before the
being edges Turning exemption
J in France, and were assembled in force which has characterized him since the among In a message to Premier Lvoffhe appear
nearly all the advertised lands in Lincoln districts and fired at the negroes as boards in their communities.
. that he offensive
;'I to meet them.CARRIED trial began, was evident when the says "proved to
I City, Starke's colored suburb. they fled from their h.:mes. I
Russia the entire
i SUPPLIES AND HORSESi verdict was read. He did not speak; Vast clouds and world its fidelity -
of smoke rolled
across to the revolution and its
love for
he made his face showed
It was yesterday, just a week after no move; no the sky tonight from the burning districts liberty." COMMISSIONERSJUL

AjtV} the first troops landed, that the last change in expression as he heard the BUSYSESSIONOFSCHOOL :. The flames made some of thed The Russian
court clerk read the artillery, long inactive
jury's findings.He
>.: ;! vessels put into the French port. They vsiitown districts as light as diy and from lack of shells
played important
,
left the court for the an -
room jail
,
were the slower craft, carrying std then mob rush" ,
sup now a yelling 'd
in the defeat of the '
the of to part Austro- MEETING
passing over Bridge Sighs,
plies and horses, BOARDHELDRECENTLY down a treat in pursuit: of a negroor German
the at Koniuchy. For two daysa
gallows and death, without a faltering -
the def
The
" good news came to navy in search of new excitement. Na- rain of iron was thrown into the
;i] partment late this afternoon from step. tional Guardsmen loaded in automobile
German
The retired deliberate the positions and Berlin says offi-
to
'; Rear Admiral Cleaves, commanding jury as trucks, dashed after the mob. The that WAS IMPORTANT
clock in the courthouse tower tolled cially they were turned into a
i I" the convoy squadron, and was made the hour of seven. At 8:07 o'clock shouting died down occasionally as be- crater field. The Russians not only

.t.\ public at once as an appropriate ant there the wildered people walked up and down, carried three lines of German trenches -
came a from jury room -
? nouncement on the eve of the Fourthof rap wondering where the last outbreak oc >
r door. The foreman announced that a and Koniuchy, which was strongly I 5
Daniels' statement curred. ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR
July. Secretary
i, fortified, but also advanced to the
verdict had been reached. The
jury BUDGET FOR THE ENSUING
which tells all of the story deemed The mobs got in a lynching mood
filed into the court room and the ver- Koniuchy river south of the village 1917 WAS CONFIRMED
wise ta publish, follows: tonight.. One was strung on
negro up
dict the FISCAL YEAR PREPARED which is on the Zolta Lipa river.
was handed court clerk by the
"Now that the last vessel has reached a pole but was rescued just in time to Led -
foreman Mr. J. Little by Kerensky
port, it is safe to disclose the dangers W. Jr. save his life. Soldiers rescued still BOARD ADJOURNED TILL JULY
"We the read the clerk "find Petrograd, July 3.-The brilliant
jury, SUB-DISTRICT ELECTIONS CAN-
that were encountered and to tell another who was being dragged
the defendant guilty of murder in the negro Russian advance, the news of which 23d, WHEN THEY WILL FIX
the complete story of peril and tout VASSED, AND IMPORTANT through the streets. After militaryrule
has
sent a wave of rejoicing through
first degree and further find that he MILLAGE FOR TAXATION. I
- age. suffer death by hanging." I; MATTERS DECIDED. had been proclaimed, the soldiers 'I the entire country, was led by War
r\ "The transports bearing our troops put more vigor into their attempt to Minister in
With the reading of this verdict end- Kerensky person.
!' were twice attacked b German sub- I quell the mob.Seventyfive.
' ; ed one of the most sensational court I For the last four days the war minister Monday, July 2nd, the board was
,> :. irarines in the way across. On b.4h trials in the history of this city. For School Board met in extra session white men attacked a has been continuously at the called to order by the Chairman, S. T.

', occasions the U-boats were beaten off three days the negro's counsel battled on June 25, for making up budget for negro in front of a drug store down- front, spending every effort to urge. Dowling, at 9 o'clock a. m., with all ,

,*;: with every appearance t.f loss._ One for his life. The conviction marks the years 1917-18, with all members pres- town and shot him twice and attempted the troops to advance. He finally rode I' members present, to-wit: J. L. Un-

was certainly sunk and there is rea- first step toward bringing to justicethe ent. Other matters were also consid- to drag him to a pole. The troops to the front line trenches and placing derhill, J. J. mac w lder. II. D. May
son to believe that the accurate fire of charged with fixed Bayonets and the "
follows
: person or persons guilty of what ered as : himself at the head of the troops gave and R. J. Andrews.
, our gunners sent others to the bottom. Returns from Guilford special tax mob scattered.The the order Minutes
has been characterized as the most to advance. of last meeting read and
"For the purpose of convenience the brutal crime committed within district No. 29 was canvassed and the worst property damage was The spectacle of the popular war approved.The .
ever
expedition was divided into contingents following was declared the results: done along the tracks of the Southern minister the line
unfinished from last
.. u Mobile county. It marks the convic- on firing accomplished business ,
each contingent including troop tion of the first of two negroes charged Trustees, C. C. McCall, W. R. Alder- I Railway Company, where the .Southern what oratory had failed to do, and meeting!! was taken up and disposed of i I

ships and a naval escort designed to with causing the death of Mrs. Jul- man, Jr., Thos. Dix. Three mills were warehouse and between 100 and the Russian line swept forward into as follows:
keep off such German raiders as might 150 cars, many of them loaded with
1't ia May Hess, of Fulton, Ala., whose voted. the German trenches. The matter relative to condition ot
be met ;'* 5J from Brooks merchandise, were consumed by flames
Returns No. 8 were the
dead body was found in Chickasaboguewith Potts family, a committee having
t "An ocean rendezvous had also been results The damage here was estimated at be-
the throat cut, on the morning of! canvassed with the following : PICTURE SHOW CHANGES been appointed to investigate, reported -
? arranged with the American destroy- Thursday, May 24. Trustees, T. L. Chancey, J. T. An- tween $300,000 and $500,000. HANDS. that after careful investigation, he
I, ers now operating in European at(rs drews L. G. Johnson with of Two young white girls tonight
Brooks Said He Told a Lie and levy I wish to announce to the public I was from reliable information informed }
i in order that the passage of the dan- three mills declared assessed.It boarded a street car and dragged: a negro have the I that mentioned had 1
*" Fisher Brooks, on being taken backto bought Hopson moving pic- parties property
ger zone might be attended by every his cell in the jail building pendinga was moved and carried that suit- woman to the street. The negro ture show and that beginning! and relatives in the state of Geor- 1

. possible protection. decision from the jury, engaged in a able resolution be enacted to relieve woman attempted to break away but night (Friday) pictures will be to-\l gia sufficient for their support, and :.

,; "The first attack took place at 11.30 running talk with Albert Sanders, the the Lake Butler Bank from bond to one of the young girls took off her each Tuesday, Friday and Saturday recommended that the board make no 'j i

on the night of June 22. What gives negro jointly indicted with him in the handle general school fund: shoe and pounded her over the head. night without fail.I appropriation for same. Said report ;

it peculiar and disturbing Hgnific-irce murder of Mrs. Hess Brooks said that Whereas, the Lake Butler Bank, a National Guardsmen rescued her. shall try to give Starke sr. amusement accepted and committee discharged. .
is that our ships were set at a has the board of At 8:30 o'clock a mob of 300 armed '
upon he had told a lie when he was at the depository, requested place that will be satisfy ng to 'The name of Rena Vanson was plac-
point well this side of the rendezvous police station and had determined not public instruction of Bradford countyto men charged into a negro district on all: patrons, .rd I invite the I,.-.t1 cnage ed upon the pauper roll for one month ;

and in that part of the Atlantic presumably to tell more lies. He told Sanders ask the State Comptroller to cancel Third street with flaming torches. Be- 'tf the public generally.It. and paid $2.
any
1, free from submarines. that: Sanders might just as well tell their bond, No. 300034-17 for the fore they could start a blaze however, C. A. ROWAND.The The name of Ella Folkes was plac- ..

"The attack was made in force, although the truth as both were going to be ., handling of public school funds for two hundred guardsmen charged with ed upon pauper roll and paid $2 per

t the night made impossible any hanged. the aforesaid county.We I fixed bayonets. The troops fired a Fourth of July in ctarke: was month.
exact count of the ,U-boats gatheredfor the members of the board of volley over the heads of the mob,
"But when I go, others will follow gloriously dull. The heaviest rainsof Name of Henry Pope was placed
what they deemed a slaughter. ," Brooks said. public instruction, in and for said which dispersed.Two the year fell that day and there upon the pauper roll and paid $2.50
"The high circling with that Lake Butler white men tied a rope aroundthe
seas convoy, Sanders replied that he was going to county, do ask said was no more enjoyment for excursionists per month.
their searchlights, son dispersed the nothing. bank's request be granted. neck of a negro and started to pull I than for those who stayed at Petition asking that A. W. Middle-

U-boats as shown by the fact that the I say Brooks was asked by another pris- Done by order and in behalf of the him into the air. The rope broke and home. ton be placed upon pauper roll. Same

SUBMARINES SCATTERED"The I the same floor if he knew who board while in open session on the day the white men fell flat on their backs. was referred td a committee for inves-
oner on
high sea convoy, circling with killed the woman. and date first above mentioned.The The negro dropped to the ground dead. The late rains have thoroughly wet tigation and to report at .next regular
their searchlights, soon dispersed the board moved that no appropriation As three negroes were trying to escape -
:. "Of course I do," he replied, "Ain'tI the ground in this section and plant- meeting of this board.
U-boats as shown by the fact that the got ?" be made for home demonstrationwork from a burning building a mob ing of potato vines is the order of the Petition presented to board for an

discharge of torpedoes became in- To eyes the question why he didn't tell this the ensuing year.A spied them. One negro was hangedto day. increase in monthly allowance to Jas.
creasingly scattered and inaccurate. It River a telephone pole and the other two
all, Brooks replied that he had told petition from New negro Parrish from $2 to $5 and upon con-
is not known how torpedoes school that the school be shot. The three bodies were left in ,
many asking mov- sideration denied.
one lie before his trial, and he knewif Potato vines, corn, bones, scrap iron
( were launched, but five were countedas he said anything on the stand whilehe ed to a more convenient site, received, the street. and cross ties constitute the princi-

they sped by bow and stern. was being tried the people would and petition granted on ground that -- pal shipments from Starke these days. (Continued on Pace 4.)
"A second attack was launched a petitioners make deed to new site to More Trouble Feared.
say he was lying to save himself. .
few ----- -- --- ----- --- '
days later against another contin- "Find Suitcase, Find Murderers""If board of public instruction.The East St. Louis, July 3.-Thirteen

gent. The point of assault was beyond they will find that suitcase they following budget was prepared companies of National Guardsmen tonight -

the rendezvous and our destroyers will soon find who all did it," he said. for the ensuing scholastic year: patrolled the streets of East St. OCCUPANTS AUTOMOBILE HAD

ti:; were sailing as a screen between the Again, when Sanders said he knew Outstanding indebtedness __$8,350.00 Louis in an effort to prevent a repeti-

: transports and harm. Teachers' salaries __________19,680.00
nothing about it, Brooks said: tion of the race riots here, which since
;t "The reports make claim of sinking "If they will get them women and Supt. salary _______________ 1,500.00 yesterday had resulted in the death NARROW{ ESCAPE NEAR GUILFORD

one U-boat" ________ 400.00
'-; put them in jail they will soon talk Board expenses ____ of twenty-six persons, the injury of
Incidental ________ 1,258.32 I
v- -- and tell what they know." I expenses seventy-five or more and the destruc-

. i Transports Warmly Greted. The further back in a cell ask tion by fire of 330 negro homes, cov- -
| A French man but Brooks Total _____________________31,188.32 ering 16 1-2 acres. LAKE BUTLER, July 5.-Last car into a mud puddle near the track,
ll seaport, July 2.-Delay-( ed who the women were, I I
ed-The last of the American expeditionary made no reply.In No systematic search of the ruins Tuesday morning an automobile driven being bruised pretty badly on the back

force, comprising vessels emphatic terms he insisted upon School board met in regular session was made today, but fear that scoresof by Mr. John Crews. was truck by a and right hip. Mr. Crews held to the

i?s! loaded: with supplies and horses arrived the officers finding the suitcase, sayingit : on July 2nd with all members present. dead might lie beneath gradually northbound G. S and F. freight train steering gear and although the car

1. here today amid the screeching of would help to tell who killed Mrs. Minutes of last meeting read and disappeared. Last night brought rumors and torn to pieces.Mr. was thrown up on the back end, Mr.

; I' whistles and moaning of sirens. Their Hess. / approved.The that many bodies had been Crews was carrying the mail Crews stayed with it end came out
Five thrown into the rivers, but the waters out on the rural route from Guilfordand with only slight bruises.
coming, one week after the first troops Again pressed by the unseen' man reference to furniture for
landed and the gave no dead today. One negro, Mr. Irvine Dekle, the assistant The train was stopped and rendered
was greeted almost as warmly with "who did kill the woman, Brooks Mile school was taken up up
as the arrival of the troops themselves said he knew Albert Sanders killed board decided that they were unable to badly injured, was discovered in a carrier, was with him when the acci- such assistance as they could. Mr.
sewer manhole, where he was thrown dent occurred. A heavy rain was falling McCall, who was loading some woodat
because it meant complete success the woman and took her to the creek. buy any furniture for the present.
of the undertaking. As Brooks was taken into the court The topic of consolidation of schoolsin I after being badly beaten. I and the car was in low gear. The a nearby siding, came to the scene
occupants of the car couldn't hear the and let Mr. Crews use his car to make
Many American soldiers crowded house when the judges were called by Heilbronn special tax district was '
down to the greet the last the jury to repeat a certain charge laid over until next meeting.The I pay seventeen and a half dollars per train as they were crossing the track. the balance of the trip in. Mr. Dekle

ships of the expedition and the American Brooks engaged in conversation with consolidation of Union Chapel month for seven weeks, based on an The crossing is situated on a sharp was brought back to Lake Butler and

vessels in the harbor which had Deputy Sheriff August Oberhaus and school and Randolph schools was laid average daily attendance of 80 per- curve, and just as they were about ov- given treatment by Dr. Mann.It .
made cent. Said money to be paid on the er the track they looked out the side was very fortunate for the gen"J
up previous contingents of the another man. Brooks laughed and replied over until August.
force for 1st Monday in January, A. D. 1918. of the car through the curtains and tlemen that they v !re as near over the 'j
:s joined in the welcome. to their questions. He said that I. The board decided to pay mater-
he would tell everything he knew it he ial to construct twenty double desks Lilly Crosby was apopinted to fill I saw the train an Instant before it hit track as they were, for had they been '

; Owners of hogs around Starke was put on the stand. He intimated for Nebo school. out the unexpired term at Five Mile the car. The train was late and was struck by the engine In, the middle of
f! .should that before school, to begin July 9th. traveling at a good rate of speed whenit the track and at the rate of speed the
see their animal do not that nobody knew which way the automobile Miller school patrons came
t! stray into town. Hogs are prohibited went or which way it came the board and asked for relief froma The resignation of J. S. Rosier, of hit the car, knocking it about forty train was going, they wppld have been t

from running at large and will be put I It I congested situation that existed in feet.Mr. ground under the engine pr would have
in Continued Page 8.) Deckle was thrown from the been crushed under the tar.ti; i
t the pound when caught. I (Continued on Page 5.) their school. The board agreed to ( on "
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY JULY 6, 1917.
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i .l- SOCIALtsT PEACE PARADE IN UNITED STATES EXPECTED TO I I took one kind of medicir.e after .

JOv i100 0 JvOo BOSTON RESULTS IN RIOTS PEACE RUMORS HAVE HUGE FLEET OF FLIERS TWO YEARS IN other until our house was almost tilt ar l led 1.il
with bottles
empty but instead of
<> RED CROSS DEPARTMENT.

Uniformed Soldiers and Marchers.Sailors Break ARE HEARD IN Mastery of Air -Will Deprive Germansof BED AND ROLLING time.improving Finally I was they getting took worse''me to all th the* 1 1

OJO + J00 03Je vfs'0 Up Ranks of Knowledge of Allies Movement. hospital for treatment, and' lay then .

for five long months, but even that '11

BOSTON, July 1.-Riotous scenes didn't make me well. It was taking
I attended the socialist parade today GERMANY AGAIN WASHINGTON, July 4.-Invasion CHAIRMrs. I nearly every cent of my husband's

which was announced as a peace de of Germany, carrying the fight into .. wages to pay my doctor and drug bill :,

monstration. The ranks of the marchers the kaiser's territory through the air, I -our drug bill alone amounted to $(N .'

wereb roken up by self-organized is the plan being urged upon the U. or $15 a month, and one doctor b.l 1 "_
squads of uniformed soldiers and sail- APPEARANCE OF AMERICAN S. by the allied war heads of Europe. Wilson Says She Had amounted to $108. "1'

ors, red flags and banners, bearing TROOPS ON BATTLEFIELDSOF They declare that such a course will Given Up All Hope-Gains "It looked like everything had faj}. j
NOTICE TO CONTRIBUTORS. socialistic mottoes were trampled on bring complete victory nearer by sev- ed to help me, and I had about giv;n

f --- and literature and furnishings in the eral months and force German "di- Twenty-five Pounds on Tan- up all hope when one day my hurbar:d ':
i socialist headquarters in Park square EUROPE BELIEVED TO HAVE vine right" rulers to call for real brought a bottle of Tanlac home wig
installment of Red Cross I' a lac and is Now Well Woman
: The first a -
were thrown into the street and burn- instead of pseudo him and asked me to take it. He sad
: will be due July 1st, HAD ITS EFFECTSHORTAGEOF peace a peace. .
subscriptions
ed. Police reserves stopped the riot- he had been reading and hearing a bt :
The allied chiefs
pleased with
urgently requested are
! and all ta contributors send in their are first payment ing after it had been in progress for FOOD INCREASING. the programme of the national defensecouncil's of good things about it, and didn't flu
I an hour and a half. Many arrests were any reason why it shouldn't help
I to J. H. Ritchfi treasurer of the fund, made. aircraft production board to "For two years I spent all my time I was confined to rollling njj.
my chat'
; without waiting for further notice. The police took into custody some of ROTTERDAM, July 3.Germanymay have 4,000 air machines for the fighting either in the hospital, in bed, or in when I began taking it. *
i J The subscriptions are due in four be on the of offering more front by April, 1918, and for 10- chair and that timeI
the participants in hundreds of fist verge a rolling during "Do I look like an invalid now? I
: monthly installments, beginning with fights that were waged on the common i acceptable peace terms. 000 the following August. However, was given up to die, and I don'tguess certainly don't feel like one, amlJl' ,,
h July 1st. and in the line of parade on Tremont It is reported that hints have been they: declare that, in order to carry thefight I would be here now if it hadn'tbeen I have actually gained twenty-five( '

street, while agents of the Federal department given out by the German chancellorthat for democracy direct to the gatesof for Tanlac," said Mrs. E. 0 .Wil pounds on eleven bottles of Tan )
RICHARD. Berlin, the Allied nations must havean ; c
LETTER TO MR. of justice arrested a numberof a peace statement may be madeto son. Mrs. Wilson is well known in and feel 'as well as I ever did in ?
aerial
persons who were alleged to have the German reichstag when it as- fleet that outnumbers Germany's Atlanta, her husband having been employed life. I can eat anything: I want-sch try
aircrafts four
to
Washington, June 30, 1917. made unpatriotic remarks in the heat sembles next week. anteeing "air preponderance"by one,rather guar- by The Constitution for a num- things as meat, turnips, hard-toiSJ}
of conflict. None of the soldiers and This fact, coupled with a statementby ber of years. eggs don't hurt
Mr. H. C .Richard, than merely superiority.The me a particle, and.j
, Campaign Chairman, sailors who figured in the disturbancewas Lloyd-George, the British war pre- government for the "I was a great sufferer from chronic sleep as good as I did when I was k

; American Red Cross, arrested. mier, that the war must csontinue un- program indigestion," continued Mrs. Wilson girl in my teens. I can get about .f.swell
Most of the marchers carried small j til the allies gain the ends they have Building of the greatest fleet of aero-
w Starke, Florida. I "and don't guess anybody ever had to as anybody and just the other d; y
Sir red flags with white centers, emblem- set out to accomplish, is regarded by planes and hydroplanes the world ever go through with what I di.d I was I walked down town, and I am running -

My The Dear call to: the South for a Red atic of the peace demonstration and both foreign and Washington diplo- has known contemplates that every very weak and nervous, and at times aorund the neighborhood c?:'11-

I I. Cross War Fund has been generously there were large banners bearing inscriptions mats and observers as highly signifi- factory the in the United States engagedin had those dreadful smothering sensa- ing on my friends nearly all the time
making of automobiles
I answered. Men and women of every such as "Russia has a six- cant. or auto- tions to the point of fainting. I had now. I haven't a pain about me., I
and station in life have hour day. Why not America," and In the face of these rumors of pos- mobile parts that may not be called dreadful headaches, severe pains in believe I am the happiest woman I in
nationality "Liberty loan first la- sible changes in the peace prospects upon by the government, shall divert Atlanta, and I think
I alike contributed to make this a suc- a mortgage on my back and over my kidneys and my I have a riuhfi/jo
The War Council cannot directly bor." A large American flag was at all other news of the day is overshad- either their product or their activities joints ached all the time. For two he. I thing my recovery is almost! 'a
cess. the head of owed, even though the other happen- from their present uses to the manu- miracle
the procession. and
I to who has years I had to live entirely on boiled everybody in our neigh
express every person ings within the last twenty-four hours facture of aircraft. Many of the parts
"
borhood
Scream in
, rendered service in this great move- Women Fright milk, toast and soft boiled eggs, and thinks the same, j ,
used
Half a hundred men in the uniformof include a virtual declaration of war in aircraft are interchangeableand Tanlac is sold
ment, but the success of the campaign even that didn't digest well, and would by leading: drugg Ys
naval reserves, National Guardsmen by Brazil, the continued success of can be used on any machine. The of leading cities in the South
would be incomplete were we to fail sour on my stomach. I didn't know ; !by p t.
our regard for marines and Canadian Kilties, who General Haig's campaign for the cap- government plans, however, to adopta what it was to get a good night's sleep Cason in Starke: in Lake Butler:ty
to convey personally ture of the of Lens and threat- policy of standardization to facili-
service rendered by the had watched the formation of the pa- city a I Tomlinson-Maines Drug Comt.anvin
the splendid and women of Starke. rade, marched across the Gammon in a ened rupture of ,relations between tate still further the making of air- I Hampton by the Hampton PharnuJ-y; ;
men
The tangible results accruing from double column and intercepted the pro- Norway and Germany. craft. in Lawtey by the Cash Drug Store' :In

this campaign, great as they are, will cession at the corner of West and Tre- Food shortage, failure of the Ger- European experts now in the United COULD HARDLY Raiford by the Weaver Drug cljn-

be less than the intangible benefits, mont streets and again at the cornerof man troops to win victories, and the States declare their nations are pany; in Worthington by R. T. Tajfcr

just as the material gifts are small in Winter and Tremont streets. In growing disaffection among the people 'turnin; out aerial fighters just aboutas STAND ALONE and in Sampson City by C. A. Snjth.Advertisement. .

comparison with the giving of self. both instances the contact resulted in encouraged by the somewhat bolder fast as they need them. In fact f'

It is the spirit of an army that wins fist fights. Blows were exchanged and attitude of criticism recently adopted their output would now be more than --- .-
and the spirit of our citizens flags were snatched from the handsof by the socialist leaders and publi- sufficient if not for the fact that the .soq qn; no .jnBu8i9! SSAO1O *. :

is battles what will determine our country'sfuture. the marchers while women in the cations, is believed in France and Eng- United States has been supplying Terrible Suffering From Headache, .PI SanaDaqi aql 01 SIIBJ DO gioa ji ji pus A uom q"I'IIU; punj 1'1'q f HIS! ;"oJ ti Q

.' line screamed in fright.At land to have brought about conditionsin training machines for several months. Sideache Backache and Weakness idols H -sninmO! OKOXfl 3AUYXVI S4CQQ
., Germany which approach some- They declare that the balance of 8 \
power auo UI ploa am3 Ol
of Scollay there simi-
Again assuring you our appreciation square was a Relieved Cardui
thing resembling a crisis. in the air rests with the United by ,
lar The
had
I remain scene. police just suc-
Very cordially yours, ceeded in quieting this disturbance News dispatches from Rotterdamsay States. Frenc haviators, now in New Says This Texas Lady YES, LIFT A COPN -, '

W. R. LUNK, when the reserves were called out to that in view of the complete gag York, will spend several months in the OFF WITHOUT PAINt

Secretary of War Council. quell a riot at the speaking place, and suddenly clapped onto the German United States giving the benefit of Gonzales Tex.- Mrs. Minnie Phil- *
finally, to restore quiet, the permit to press,-it is inferred there that something their experience and assisting in the -
pot of this place writes: "Five
,
HOW THE RED CROSS WILL LOOK speak was revoked by Superintendent I drastic is about to happen. construction of battle planes such as rears Cincinnati Authority Tells
TROOPSAT Crowley and the meeting called off. The belief is expressed in Holland may be used to bomb German muni- ago I was taken with a rain In my Hew

AFTER AMERICAN Meanwhile the socialist headquarters that next week's meeting of the Ger- tions plants, mobilization centers and left side. It was right under zny To Dry Up a Corn or Caller

HOME AND ABROAD. in Park Square had been ransacked man reichstag may produce startling large cities which hitherto have escaped left rib. It would commence with an So It Lifts Off W .11 : |

, and its contents destroyed by a bon- developments that will materially af- many of the horrors of aerial aching and extend up Into my left Fingers.
{
under General fire. The American flag' was taken fect the future progress and trend of attacks. shoulder and on down into my back.
American troops, .
Pershing, will soon be on the firing from the paraders and placed over a the war. By that time the pain would be so -

line in France. They deserve America'sbest. statue of "Lincoln the Emancipator"near Thought U. S. Wouldn't Fight BE C.\ XY. severe I would have to take to bed, You corn-pestered men and woien*

the scene of the bonfire. It is believed that the appearanceof and suffered usually about three days need suffer no longer. Wear the s++oes

The government will see that noth- American troops on the battle line ...I suffered this way for three years, that nearly killed you before, :1YS
: ing is lacking in equipment and material NEGRO RIOT IN EAST ST. LOUIS in France may also have had its effect Home preparedness-cans loaded and got to be a mere skeleton and was this Cincinnati authority, bera&t a

I ." to make them efficient fighting RESULTS IN OFFICER'S DEATH upon Germany's peace attitude. The with food. | so weak I could hardly stand alone. few drops of freezone applied d"r;ct-
German people have been assured That rubber ring you put on a preserving -i Was not able to and had tender
men. up go anywhere ly on a aching corn <-r c{'''lus,
The American Red Cross must see -- to the present, it is reported, that the jar helps you to stretch your j to let my house work go. ..I suffered stops soreness at once and soot'.the

that nothing is lacking to keep them Soldiers and Policemen Disperse Mob United States did not intend ever to income. '' awful with a pain In my back and I corn or hardened callus loosens to it

healthy, happy and efficient soldiers. And Arrest Many. really take up arms in the field! The awful question "What shall I'! had the headache all the time. I Just can be lifted out, root and all, ')th-
have for dinner?" is answeredif was unable to do a thing. My life
For this the Red Cross must have: against Germany, and now that United easily out pain.
\ shelves full of home i was a misery, my stomach got In an .
fo States soldiers are in the trenches, the your are canned i
medical equipment
Hospital and A small bottle of freezone cost
awful condition, caused from taking very
EAST ST. LOUIS, 111., July 2. Detective products. i iCan't
is in consternation >
sud-
supplement that of the Army Medical country over so much medicine. I suffered so much little at any drug store, but will-j; osi- >
Sergeant Sam Coppedge eat 'em all in ? Not
:
Department equal to any emergency. was den realization of the universal unpop- summer pain. I had just about given: up all tively take off every hard or sof torn
Equipment to care for 1,000,000 must killed, three other officers were wounded ularity of the Teutonic cause, which enough in winter? Home canning is' hopes of our getting anything to help or callus. This should be tried:....s it
one of them so seriously he may fact force the the answer. I
be provided at once. may government to con- is
inexpensive it
and said not t ,Jrri-
Americans on leave, unlike the die, and two citizens were shot here sider seriously whether it may not You put a lid on waste every time : me.One day a Birthday Almanac was tate the surrounding skin. <

British and French, cannot return to early today by a negro mob in a recurrence have to face internal revolt if a more you seal a preserving jar. 1 thrown In rur ;yard. After readingIts If hasn't '
Club of race rioting. After the killingof reasonable position on terms of Canned berries are bird proof. i i testimonials I decided to try Car your druggist any fnyzone
their homes. rooms, sports sup- peaceis tell him
to small
Frost dui, and am so thankful that I did get a bottle fny you
. other of the officer the negroes dispersed.The not considered.It doesn't nip canned vegetables. | ,
books and means recreation -
plies
from his
wholesale house. is .
for I began to Improve when on the drug ft
police armed with riot Canned
were and
green yellow ,
I guns peas
must be sent them from Amer- will not cause surprise in diplo- fine
second bottle..I stuff and acts like chum
am well
now a a 'e\'ery
and the peaches
patrolled streets all night and help fight the blues. *
ica. : matic circles if, the assemblingof and time. .
upon woman feeling fine and the cure ((63))
Many thousands of articles, from six companies of Illinois National the reichstag, the demand is made See that your garden produces dry j has been permanent for it has been

tooth brushes to writing paper, pipes, Guard were ordered to East St. Louis that the kaiser abandon his hopes for beans, cabbage, potatoes and root i, two years since my awful bad health.I .
etc., are needed to take the place of by Governor Lowden. victorious peace that would give Ger- crops that can be kept without can- ;< will always praise and recommend Tell it to the Telegraph and y') tell

things that could not be brought along The trouble began when a mob of many control of Belgium and conquered ning. : CarduL" Try Cardui today. E 78 II everybody. AdvertiseN.

Personal comfort kits and small ar- negroes, estimated at 200, each arm- territory now held to the Persian

ticles are not included in army regu- ed with some sort of weapon, assembled gulf, and show a willingness to accept -

lations. at a church in response to the terms which are more likely to prove '.... ,
ringing of a Bell, and began march- acceptable to the Allies.
ing down the street. When word
I MEDICAL NEEDS OF FRANCE. received at police headquarters that was a No Change in Allies AimsLloyd T. RITCH, Pre. W. T. Weeks Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH Ca.hler
rf George's declaration at Glasgow
-
f mob had formed four patrolmen were
j How deficient France is in hospital is interpreted as a complete an-
sent to the scene in an automobile. As
and other which America swer to the recent rumors that bo-
equipment
I the car turned a corner, the headlight
'r must supply is shown in the followingi' showed the mob massed in the street, cause of the recent success of the Bradford Bank

list of immediate needs: marching toward the machine, many German submarine war and policy of County

, 50 new motor ambulance sections of carrying clubs, in addition to rifles or ruthlessness, it was possible that the .
i 23 Ford cars, plus two White trucks revolvers. Allies might revise their war aims. i
f each, and the men to drive them: 200- Reiteration at this time of the unaltered !
! 000 blankets 2meters long, fifty by Sergeant Coppedge asked the negroes determination of the allies to Bradford County's Financial Stronghold.

two; 10,000 kilos quinine, 30,000 kilos where they were going, and was conclude a victory for democracy, I
;
I met with a curt reply and an order to coupled with the failure of German
I Cod Liver oil, 1,000 kilos caiscol, 2,000 "

,: Fir... kilos Napthol cade, 3,000 oil, kilos 2,000 salicylic kilos B.acid Balsom, 5- "drive His party on.were He officers told them, and that had he come and efforts tering to upon prevent active Russia warfare from and re-en-the Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bankat

: 000 kilos urethane (ethyl carbonate), to see that order was maintained."Go continued failure of the crown prince close of business June 20th 1917.
1,000 kilos methylene blue 2,000 tents on about your business, was'the and General Hindenburg to hold their

with double sides weighing about 200 reply, accompanied by a volley of lines on the Belgian and French fronts

kilos each for the sheltering of 20 to shots. Coppedge was killed instantly against British and French pressureare RESOURCES LIABILITIES
and the other three officers wounded.
thought to have ;sad effect
30 wounded in clearing hospitals, 1,000 an upon
tents of larger model, also with double When word of the killing of Copp German hopes and plans which may Loans and Discounts $155,747.45 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00

sides, capable of holding 120 beds, edge Chief Hickey reached ordered police headquarters available lead to almost any unexpected de Bradford County School Warrants 16,199.40 Surplus fund 10000.00
every
nouement.
400,000 pairs woolen socks, 10,000 san-
patrolman duty, and asked for the Town of Starke Bonds 2,000,00 Undivided
itary slop pails, 20,000 pairs of flan- on Austrians Urge PeaceA profits less expenses paid 7,965.85 .
nel waistcoats, 5,000 pairs of surgical services of 200 soldiers of the Sixth news wire from Amsterdam said Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 Cashier's checks outstanding 1,158.92 ::
Illinois infantry, stationed here under
India rubber gloves. Major Cavanaugh. A cordon was that opening of peace negotiations is All other Real Estate owned 5861.50 Deposits 247.1 34.23 .
favored in resolution debated in the
thrown around the negro belt, and soldiers a Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 572.08
AMERICAN LINER FIRES ON unterhaus of the Austrian parliament.The .
and patrolmen went through every Cash hand and in Banks
TWO GERMAN SUBMARINES house searching men and women resolution was urged by socialist on 89,764.73
for members and opposed by the premier.
weapons. All firearms found were

LONDON, July 4.-The gun crew confiscated, and about fifty blacks TOTAL $291,259.00 TOTAL $291,259.00

of an American liner fired upon two were locked up. How It Works.
German submarines during her The man who imnpin himself indis-
voyage
Every modern for the
facility most satisfactory transactionof
from the United States to Eng- Tin Quinine That Does I Hot Affect The Head pensible is, of course, the one who

land. Both targets were at a consid- Because of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA Imagines his 1M'' would be irreparable business is offered by us. Absolute safety perfect convenience
TIVE BR0MO QUININE is better thin ordmar ,
erable range but the report to Wash- Quinine and does not and he usually turns cut strongin
ington of the commanding officer will 'ncpng in head. Remember cause the nervousness full name and ncr nothing but imagination.-Buffalo prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank.
took for the signature ctS w'. GROVE. 25c. Times. :
belief that
the one periscopewas
I express
shattered.A _u __ __ Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of our

third submarine was sighted but best attention at all times.Bradford
at a great distance and it submerged .

immediately. The passengers expressed ''II =YY Used for Twenty Years
the greatest admiration for the
': Always has Jrlven satisfaction. Red Cross! Liver
of the American
markmanship gun- Medicine Is one of the dependable old-time rt'mt'des.
'' ners as shown both in practice and l l All over the South it hw relieved saStrerif-

against he enemy. One member of the 1fir- nmou..".* Liver C.Mplal.t County Bank
HiMuus! Colic
Ilheunatlr .'.1..
crew of the liner was formerly a gun- a CoMlteneM !>irk Hed>rhe. !
ner in the British navy and he won NRFIr Dapsla Soar Momach

applause from the American gunners Red Cross Liver Medicine >

by making a bull's eye hit on a barrel 4 ,yy Purely vegetable; does not slcVm. Sold In powt-r Bradford County's Financial Stronghold.
target during practice. On one occasion 4 a .(, form; my be used dry or easily made into liqull.a .
made bull'seyes Ct2.3 The KenalneRed Cro.Liver MedielaeV.udeonlyby
the Americans seven a
CASH ISUOS DRUG CO. Inc. Starke Florida.
JackuonTille I'la.
of tries.
: out eight .
: :r Ce.U h at ,
a i. drarzlut* and IB general Ito,...
or postpaid from the mtmmtmtturtr.
You get al the important natiotal,

state, county news in the Telegraph. fj
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FRIDAY JULY 6, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGtTHREEI

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drew a gun and as the negro came towards DISTINCTION TO BE DRAFTED SEND YOUR BOYS AND GIRLS TO LEMONS WHITEN AlW I

him with a knife, fired twice, HOME COLLEGES.In ?
'. News of Florida Short Paragraphs. III both shots taking effect and causing Man Chosen to Defend His Country BEAUTIFY THE SKIN .- 9

I death. Should Feel Proud. 'J 1
I i ;----- S2X ::1 i another column we publish an- Make This Beauty i j Lotion )

r FOOD CONTROL.Our Service under the draft law recently nouncements of the University of

< Live State News I I IIf. enacted by Congress will be a distinction ;;lorida and of the Florida State Col- Cheaply For Your Face, r

, L :J rather than a stigma. Let no lege for Women. These two state institutions Arms, Neck and Heinds.
Uncle to hit the Hun
goes think that because he is draftedhe
If. ;; : And jam him into jelly man are maintained as a part of the .'
Told by Our Exchanges.TAMPA. J is in any sense a "marked man, I public school system for free higher :
i
To bat him bravely on the bun for such is not the case. Many have education of the young men and wom- At the cost of a small jar of ordi-

I And biff him in the belly. registered, but only a few will be chosen. en of Florida. Catalogs and books of nary cold cream one can pit-pare' a full

, -A has con.I tilizer the The chosen man will be one of views will be sent on application to quarter pint of the most \\ Ifderfulle-
in is
.;. Tampa negro men state authority
But while we fiercely fight the foe, mon skin softener and complexion j
distinction. This
fessed paying $10 for advance information for the statement that this is the only point was distinctly the presidents of these institutions.The .
And rap him into reason, and set forth Senator beautifier, by squeezing the juice of
I at the recentteachers' ably by importance of keeping in school
of the questions place buying a normal amount of fer-
It's up to us to up and hoe, Fletcher on the floor of the Senate two fresh lemons into ablttle i con-
examination. tilizer and insecticide. girls and the boys not subject to selec-
:' Both in and out of season. while the draft bill was under consid- taining three ounces\ of or;'+ ard white ]
, I tive draft is a matter of the greatest
i\ eration, when the Senator so eloquently moment. Great Britain and France i'Care should be taker to strain the juice 1
t.' PENSACOLA.The American Na- DANIA." 'Tis an ill wind: that We raised three billion at one plunk, said: are through a fine cloth so no'lemon pulp i

tional Bank and the National Bank of blows no one good," and likewise it is i To carry on the frolic; "I do not believe any odium could 1 I now realizing of higher that education the let-down at the in the be- gets in, this this lotion will jeep fresh

I, Commerce have consolidated and the an ill flood that doesn't benefit some- But feeding troops on airy bunkIs attach to the drafted man under this I i system of the mis- for months. Every woman knows that I
ginning
institution now has a capital stock of one. Dania farmers can vouch for apt to give 'em colic. bill. It would be more nearly accurateto war was a grave lemon juice is used to bleach and remove i.

more than a million dollars. i this, for since the high waters in Mis- call him the selected man. He en- take. This country must avoid the such blemishes as fnj.-kles<< sal- i

sissippi have drowned out most of the While congress leads the gas attack ters the service because he is chosen gap in this generation, upon which the lowness and tan and is the-ideal skin \

NEW SMYRNA. McCoy Brothers,\ early tomato crop, they have again With weak procrastination, among thousands. Chosen because he nation must depend for leadership.This softener, whitener and beautifier. .

of Daytona, have secured lease from begun shipping tomatoes after havingonce Our food hogs stab us in the back, comes up to the standard fixed by law. gap must be kept filled it'we are Just try it! Get three bounces of *

, the city for water front rights at the been compelled to close the season And try to starve the nation! Selected because his country needs to hold the ground in business, indus- orchard white at any drugstore and "*,

, foot of Smith street for the establishmen because of low prices. Pania him and finds him to be fit to meet the try, science and the professions. Don'tsend two lemons from the grocer and makeup \

of a ship yard here. They pro- growers, it is said, have made good Although our soldiers heroes are, supreme test of the citizen. He should the boys and girls out of the state a quarter pint of this sweetly frag- 1

;. to build ocean-going vessels. money this year and expect to plant I With generals wise to lead 'em, feel honored by that choice. lie should Our state institutions are just as goodas rant lemon lotion and massage it daily /

pose larger acreages next year. i They'll not go far to win the war take pride in the fact that he was se- any in the South. Keep the young into the face, neck, arms and hands. 1

hundred of Without some grub to feed 'em. lected to defend his country on the bat- people in our home colleges. Help to It is marvelous to smoothen rough, red \

LIVE OAK.-Eight cars tlefield with his skill his manhood his build up state pride. Keep your meansat hands. ((96)) iI
,
PENSACOLA. three hundred ,
Nearly -
for Suwannee -
watermelons this season I Oh home by patronizing home institu-
Liberty, thou precious thing, i life. What \
what
county is not bad, with average priceof i men are at work and more wouldbe To saint and sinner! greater privilege, tions.

$200 per car, f. o. b. This crop will employed is they could be secured You don't every amount unto ding higher honor could come to him thanto Piles Cured In e to 14 Days J
a
the $160,000 and from the I in putting up buildings inside the naval be selected from among all hiscountr'men Yocr druggist will refund money if PAZO
net
growers When
has lost his dinner.
one to carry his country's flagi Read the Bradford County Tele- OINTMENT tails t.) cure anrtrse of Itching.Blind .
melon land can be cut a good crop of hospital grounds near Warrington. -Arcadia Enterprise. ,Bleeding or Pi otrudicK Hits la 6 to 14dayi.The 1
hay, worth $30,000 $40,000.. Henry Monk, the contractor for this I the face of his country's enemy! grr.ph-the home paper. tint application *ivri K are slid Rest. SOc.
big job, really has a small army of JUSTICE The drafted man will be the selected, i.
HANCOCK IN STAKKE
the honored under this bill." ---
workmen engaged in rushing the man
CLEARWATER-Site has been pur- What Senator Fletcher has said :
twenty or more buildings to comple- I
chased and contract awarded for Pi- tion. Mr. Monk was awarded the con- Explains Certain Matters in William should be printed upon the back of
county's new court house thatis ae
nellas tract about three weeks ago to erect Juhns' Case. every certificate given every man whois r
The court houseis J
to cost $100,025. these buildings, and he was told thatit selected.-Washington Post, June
to be located at Clearwater, which 2, 1917.
There
was a hurry-up job. are nearly -
has at last been decided upon at the a dozen wards, as'well as operating Mr. H. H. Hancock, justice of the

permanent county seat.TALLAHASSEE.Gov.. pavilion, kitchen, storehouses, laundry peace in Okeechobee City, St. Lucie EVER SALIVATED BY .1

administration buildings, officers county, was in Starke Saturday. He CALOMEL s
Catts has quarters, nurses' quarters, garage and came to explain matters to the family ? HORRIBLE!

removed from office George R. Carter many other buildings. __early half of Johnny Johns as far as he had i .

sheriff of Citrus county, and appointed of these buildings are now nearing been concerned, judicially, in the case I Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts I THE' UNIVERSAL CAR i

B. 0. Bowden to succeed him. Mr. completion, the framework of othersis of William Johns, who came to his Like Dynamite On j 1

Bowden is editor of the Citrus County in place, while foundations are be- death on Observation Island in Lake Your Liver. '.

Chronicle of Inverness. Cause for ing laid for others.JACKSONVILLE.. Okeechobee, Palm Beach county, on \ J
.
removal of Sheriff Carter, mentionedin December 25th last. Ford cars are not an experiment Years of concentration -
the governor's removal order, is i As soon as the news of the body being Calomel loses you a day! You know

malfeasance and misfeasance in office .-An automobile found reached Okeechobee City, what calomel is. It's mercury; quick- on a single model ha e produced a* 1

and drunkenness.FT. party composed of Fred Bradley, man- Mr. Hancock was requested to act as silver. Calomel is dangerous. It motor car of proved value. It is as important inG? 1
ager of the local branch of the American coroner; but not having jurisdictionof rashes into sour bile like dynamite,

LAUDERDALE.-A local mar- Agricultural Chemical Company, the case, he wired the proper authorities cramping and sickening you. Calomel modern life as the mail service or telephone, Bed J

for all the vegetables J. J. Quigley, secretary of the same at Palm Beach about the attacks the bones and should never' be '
: ket is assured hind the Ford is Ford service by
car genuine comb _
Clement D. matter. the roundabout
produced in Broward county this sum- concern, Cates, and A. L. By ways put into your system.

mer. Representative of the Commis- Hill left here Wednesday morning for down in that county a coroner would When you feel bilious, sluggish, constipated petent mechanics useing genuine Ford parts---with*

department of the United States the plantation owned by Mr. Hill in have to travel about 150 miles to and all knocked out and believe .
sary at Miami and Key West were in Brevard county, where they will com- reach the spot, and questions about you need a dose 'of dangerous regular standard Ford prices. That [is the service ,

navy town last Saturday and contractedwith mence operations on a potato farm of the way Johns had come to his death calomel just remember that your drug- given by this agency.

A. N. Dillard to furnish suppliesfor 1,000 acres. The farm will be laid out were wired back to Mr. Hancock. The gist sells for 50 cents a large bottleof I
in the richest portion of the Hill tract reply was that three witnesses averred
both commissaries. Dodson's Liver Tone, which is en- Touring Car $360, Runabout $345, Town -
of 10,000 acres. According to Mr. that Johns had come to his death by tirely vegetable and pleasant to take

Hill, they expect to bore about forty his own hands, that he had killed himself and is a perfect substitute for calomel Car $595, Coupelet $505 Sedan $645, all f. o. b, '1'

ORLANDO.-The CommercialGroves citrus artesian wells to irrigate the land, and by shooting with a shotgun, he It is guaranteed to start your liver Detroit. On display and for sale by I
Company, which has a
will spend between $125,000 and $150- being barefooted at the time and had without stirring inside and '
fruit by-products factory of 36,000 000 on the enterprise. It is said that, pressed the trigger with his toe. He can not salivate. you up A.V.. and G. A. Anderson

jars capacity at Bradentown, will now when completed, the potato farm will then got a wire stating that as it wasa Don't take calomel! It makes
you Starke Fla.
establish a similar plant in Orlando. be one of the largest in Brevard coun- clear case of suicide, no coroner's inquest sick the it loses i
next
Marmalades, jellies, Florida water and ty. was necessary.A Jay; you a day'swork. j
Dodson's Liver Tone
straightens
-
vinegar will be among the products of) letter had been found in the dead I
this factory, culls and excess first man's you right up and you feel great.
possession giving the only clew ,
live the
TALLAHASSEE.-Last Tuesday it to children because itt
grade fruits being used. as to his people, and Mr. Hancock wir- I
morning Messrs. T. W. Drake and W. perfectly harmless and does not 1j 1
ed Mrs. Hattie Johns, the dead man'smother
D. Stoutamire started for cattle gripe. (10 4%)
PLANT CITY.-C. G. Wilson, local a at Starke, about what to do 1J J
drive. After riding a few miles they
well digger, while installing a well on found where a bear had butchered'oneof with the remains. An inquiry followed WATCH THE LICE ,
Coronet Fri- as to the cost of embalming the
the Merrin place, near ,
the On chicks. These the
latter's hogs. They then turn- parasites sap
morning brought out a petrifiedegg body and shipping it to Starke. There ,
day ed back and by their quick action hada very life blood out of them. Dust "
that storing of hen was no regular undertaker in Okee-
indicating party of hunters numbering about the hen at night with B. A. Thomas' 1
fruit dates back several centuries at chobee, but a dealer in coffins under- .
twenty and about half that number of Louse Killer and your troubles are
least. The struck by the drillat took the job of embalming the body
was t
egg dogs at the place by 3 o'clock, and and ended. It also kills bugs on cucumber
of twenty feet. It was shipping it to Starke for $125.
a depth were soon in pursuit of the ferocious Further tomato; and squash vines. We sell it
in condition, exceptfor wiring elicited that the
brought good par-
up slayer. Among the party were Mes to you and if it does not make good,
the drill. ents were willing to this
dent caused by pay expense,
a slight Wm. Allen Creech Allen Joe will D. C. Jones Starke Fla. June
srs. the we ,
The shell exhibits a natural polish or : coffin dealer took the job and Mr. j
Richards and D. M. Stoutamire all
off Hancock who had had to do .--_- --
shiny appearance, but flakes easily. nothing -- --
noted woodmen. After hour of interesting I
The interior is petrified, as hard as a an with the case, except what he did vol-
chase Messrs. W. D. Stout- i
,
bone. The egg was found below clay} untarily from kindness, dropped the
amire and Joe Richards were lucky
and earth that contains matter.
strata, among
hunters, Mr. Stoutamire claiming the
phosphate. It probably had been therea The body was sent for and arrived \
death shot. The animal was then taken -
Okeechobee
million or more. at enclosed in a box cov-
years
to the home of Mr. Stoutamire and I
ered with
sheet iron.
I But the railway J
weighed 215 pounds.TALLAHASSEE.An. agent would not accept the box before
MIAMI.-Report has been made to the of Eat
cause death had been certified Ice CreamEnjoy1CooYdHea1th
the regarding the arcs)
police headquarters Irishman by to by a coroner. There was nothing

disappearance of J. M. Sheldon, who the name of Pat Lingo walked into for Mr. Hancock to do, in order to

left his place of employment, the Miami the Governor's office and told that of- have the body forwarded, than to cer-
Tin Shop, on June 19, and has not tify to his death through suicide he '
ficial that he was an employe of the as
been heard of since. Sheldon was a
was firmly convinced had been the
Georgia, Florida & Alabama Railroad, .
man about 55 or CO years old and at case, hence the
impression
and had some money coming to him, was cre- .
the time of his disappearance left the
ated that coroner had viewed the
but needed five till pay day. The Gov- a
keys of the shop and a note sayinghe body. That the remains arrived here
Pat the five beans but later
ernor -
not feeling well and was goingto gave Pure ice is and healthful it is:
was learned that Pat had nothing com- without having been embalmed, he cream as nourishing as I .

the woods to lie down. Friends ing to him from the railroad, accord- could not help and he thought the em- refreshing and delicious. i i'II
think he has wandered off and possiblydied
ing to the warrant which the Governor balming would be done, as promised. .

in some of the woods surroundingand promptly swore out for Pat's ar Mr. Hancock met several membersof Nothing could be more wholesome and appetizing at'meal t
the police have been asked to help
the Johns family and had confer-
rest. Sheriff J. P. S. Houstoun soon a
locate him. When last seen it was on apprehended Pat at Perry and brought ence with them. They accepted his times, or more invigorating between meals. \

the day of his disappearance and at him to Tallahassee. When the explanations of the part he had had

the time he was going west on Seventh I liminary trial was conducted before pre- !in the case and all separated on friendly Eat plenty of good ice cream this summer. It's splen'

street. County Judge Meginiss, Col. GreeneS. terms.It did for you and every member of your family. '
is understood that the Johns fam-
Johnston, Jr., prosecuting for the
LYNN HAVEN.-A lynching was county, Lingo was bound over for the ily do not accept the suicide theory,

averted Sunday night in Southport by grand jury. The judge permitted him but have men working for the purposeof

the breaking of the rope, when Lee- to go to Perry to make his bond. Pat finding the murderer of Wililam "The Velvet Kind" :

man Williams was hanged by the neck had done some work for the G. F. & A. Johns, for they believe he was killed .
4
from one of the joists in Ed. Marsh- at Lanark, but had no money comingto for his money. t
:
Cream
of Ice
Creams
burn's boat shop. It appears that Wil- him at the time he secured the five .

liams was accused of taking a watch, spot from the chief executive, it is NOTICE TO TEACHERS.To .

which he stoutly denied. The mob said. : ;

strunk him up, however, and after he Is made of pure fruits, and other good things, com*:'
r
had been suspended for a while, the the Teachers of Bradford County:
ST. AUGUSTINE. Sheriff bined with fresh :
Deputy
pasteurized
rope gave way and he promised thatif I desire all teachers who expect to cream.
Charles shot and killed John
they went with him, he would get Perry teach in Bradford county during the
the watch. lie carried them acrossto Wright a negro, Monday night at coming term to come to my office be- Supplied in all the popular flavors; and each week a .;

the home of Alex Register, but instead East at Palatka him with at the knife.negro The was hack- fore opening school, the law statinga ] a special cream of rare flavor is featured. j
ing
of procuring the watch he informed a negro teacher before opening school shall

of what had transpired and was sionists one from of a party Palatka of who colored were excur-returning procure a contract, register and such! Eat "The Velvet Kind" regularly; and on Wednesdays \

was given refuge, while the mob dis other blanks as are needed to carry;
persed. I after spending the day here. out said contract.I and Thursdays ask for the special flavors. ,
Wright started to give trouble soon
especially request that all teachers
after the train left here and provoked f
holding certificates issued in other
WINTER HAVEN.-Local growersare fights with other negroes on the train. counties, bring said certificates with! Your dealer serres "The Velvet Kind" or can get it for you.

happy over the largest June bloom He became so disorderly by the time them when they come to the office.I Orders from churches, clubs, hotels, etc. solicited. We can

ever known in this vicinity. Every the train reached Hurds that Deputy; wish to say that teachers who open supply any flavor in any quantity. I

grove that has been well cared for, Perry placed him under arrest. The school before complying with the requirements -

which is practically all of them, is negro, however, did not want any restraint above, do so at their own
fairly covered with bloom and from I placed upon him and he escaped -
risk the I the law
I as way interpret Ice Cream &
Purity
present indications more citrus fruit from the officer and mingled with the board of public instruction is not Dairy Company ,

will be shipped from this vicinity than the other negroes. At Hastings Dep- responsible for the pay of any teacher

ever before. After the cold spell in uty Perry located him again, but the who does not comply with the law. Jacksonville, Florida i

February all the local growers went to negro eluded him and as the train was The superintendent will be in his office -

work on their groves and worked and nearing East Palatka the negro again on Saturdays and Mondays.E. DEALERS: "The Velvet Kind" and the weekly specials will

fertilized them more than usual as started to give trouble. He jumped R. POPPELL, please your regular customers and attract new ones. Write or
they figured that fruit was going to from the train at East Palatka and Superintendent. wire for .pecial prien.A .

bring fancy prices for several years the officer located him at the side of

and that the trees'here would respond the train. Wright drew a knife and

readily on account of their not being as Deputy Perry approached him he Drives Out Malaria Builds Up SystemThe L

hurt. That their idea was good is started to attack the officer, si? Old Standard general ttrenEthening tonic.GROVE'S .
TASTELESS chill TONIC,drive.out
shown by the heavy bloom now set at him and cutting his coat in several Malaria.enrichesthebloodandbuild.uptbe IT-

ting. One of the most prominent fer-j places. The officer jumped back and ,.". A true tonic. For-' ulti a children. SOc. ,- WIooo""w -r__ .






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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1917.?.

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even ground, all excavators hitherto FOOD CONSERVATION CANVASS WOULD STAMP OUT DISEASE RAPID PROGRESS DONE IN CON I COMMISSIONERS JULy MEEfT a "?--

I Bradford County' Telegraph tried have been found impracticablefor TO BE MADE HERE CAUSES IN STATE OF FLORIDA STRUCTING SUB. CHASERS ING WAS ftll-ORj.i"T iJI r:'

small canals and ditches, as a level -

Published Weekly, and entered as sec* track must be prepared for the heavy Womens' Clubs of City Will Have Intensive Sanitary Campaign to be Large Number of Them Wi I Be Turned I (Continued From False 1..J t|

machines to travel on. But the new Charge of This Important Work. Conducted by State Health Board. Out Shortly by Manufacturers. -----

ond class matter at the post-office at excavator actually walks, by means of Bond of H. L. Fo'vlerLaktJtler i

Starke, Florida. big cams placed under its legs, and America !I 4
can, therefore, be made to walk f Women' of your call to To remove causes of disease and to WASHINGTON, July 3.-Rapid notary public! approved.The r.

one place to another and around the arms has sounded! Feed me, says the minimize the necessity for cures is a progress is being made in the con- application of R. A. Gre.'n for \
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner task which full county enumerator of agricultural .
stumps, holes and boggy places may nation. This responsibility I entrustto through cooperationof struction' the hundreds of subma- sta

H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor be negotiated by filling in with brush. you. Make no questioning, no de the several district health officers rine chasers recently ordered by the tistics for 1917 and 1918 for ErAtford I:

The machine described is made for lay. My daughters, your duty is be- and the public, the board ultimately Navy Department. At the New York' county This, was approved. I'"

fore hopes to reduce Florida's exceptionally navy yards alone, a dozen of the 110 being the day fixed by law for |
in Florida will big work, has a dipper holding a cubic you.
for 1918 the
State taxes since yard of earth and weighs over thirty The above message was cabled from high death rate from 'typhoid and foot woden hulls have been completed equalization of the tax rolls, as 1
time reconstruction -
be higher than at any London by Mr. Hoover, who, as headof preventable intestinal afflictions to the although the original plans called for assessed by Tax Assessor N. D. \vain.
days, for aU of which you tons. It is driven by a gasoline en wright and
minimum. legal notice .
the Belgium Relief Commission, the production of only one during the havingbee.
state adminis- gine. But there is no reason why it
thank the present
can This state has more new apt could not be made smaller, to accom- has learned more about feeding a na- Many times it happens that the phy- month of the hundreds of submarine given by publication in the Bradford

tration. commissioners, high sal- modate minor drainage operations.Such tion than any one man has had to sician, whose work it is to treat dis- chasers and then begin to deliver the County Telegraph, a newspaper pub-

pointees, new and hangerson a machine could be turned so know before. He will be America's eases in the individual, has to combat hulls at the rate of three a day and lished in said county, and no one ap. ;
detectives
: aried clerks, .. all food controller throughout the pres maladies which proper sanitation keep that up until the big order has pearing to render complaint or file any
than ever before in its as to work around a big stump, '
,, generally ,nearly enough men which by the help of the axe could be ent crisis, and every true daughter of could have prevented. It is here the been filled. testimony as to their assessment as
; hi&tory. There are the will him expert sanitarian finds his field of en- made by saic. Tax Assessor upon real
give
Republic completecooperation.Today's
severed and thrown the berme At the
salary from the state treasury out on present time the engine pro- and
: drawing a deavor. personal propeity.
today to whip the whole German with the dipper. As drainage is the I. Housewife, for duction for the boats is a little behind The board .
i f for of Flor- When scientific men discovered that schedule. Definite however adjourned :as a board of
Something wrong about this, great necessity every part July.Mr. assurances, commissioners
., army.somewhere.Live Oak Demociat. ida, we hope this machine will be soon Hoover's first step in his plan many diseases, such as malaria, tuberculosis have been received that the engine county and immediately .

; 1 so perfected as to solve the problem. for food conservation is to enroll each typhoid fever and intestinal builders will be ahead also of the and convened as a board of equalization,

t,! I A government food specialist sends and every housewife for his helpers.In disorders, each has its own particulargerm schedule before August 1. !: D. said board with Tax Assessor N:

t out a recipe for making "better sauer- U. S. WARNS MEXICO ABOUT order to do this he is issuing the to destroy these germs, to pre- The New York yard already has and Wainwright proceeded to review

J't' I kraut. Mr. Food Specialist, we would CUTTING OFF OIL FOR ALLIES following card: vent their reaching new victims, to completed entirely, including enginesand 1917 equalize said roll for the year
and after
(f dry raspberries and apricots,' as you Food Administration Card I create such conditions as would stop armament, one of the new boats roll completion of said as- I.

also suggest, if we had 'em, and do German Hand Seen in New Tax on Oil To the Food Administrator, Wash their spreading and multiplying, in and it is under test for minor modifi- said sessment approved and confirmed

i }I ; most anything else you want us to do, That Deprives Allies of its Use. ington, D. C. I am glad to join you short, to kill the disease in its incep- cations which may be found necessary The assessment.board then

!t, but we draw a line at making "better in the service of food conservation for tion, became a new profession and the to make in later boats. I adjourned as a boardof .

sauerkraut." That would sure bringon our nation and I hereby accept mem sanitarian instantly was a specific No decision has been reached as yet equalization and re-con\enel as a :
WASHINGTON 4.TheIex board of
a German invasion. Besides, we July bership in the United States Food Ad- worker. as to additional boats. With vessels county omrhissior.ers and

here in Florida do not care enough for ican the government United States has been notified of ministration pledging myself to carry This work-the prevention of disease purchased and those under construc- proceeded The clerk with the duties tltert:of.

; the delectable cabbage product to by that the department is out the directions and advice of the among the people of Florida-is tion, many officers believe enough have presented and fled with
state
new tax on oil con- said board estimate of
make or mediocre article Food Administrator in the conduct of the work of the been of this revenue and
i even a poor sidered unfair state board of health supplied type of craft.
this and is
by country, receipts other than frwn
of it, and our cabbage is in such de- benefit to The my household, insofar as my circum- under its new administration; and it There is some discussion of a larger levied taxer to be
proving a Germany. be
reasonably to >
mand that there is none to be spared stances permit. is boat heavier expected from
setting precedents in a practical mounting guns, a vesselof
I for sauerkraut, anyway. new levy practically cuts off the oil Name __________________________ manner to accomplish its IGO-foot length having been the 1st day of October to the Mth day
purpose. proposed. of
supply to the British navy, somethingfor Address ________________ _______ Already eight district health officers Problems of construction to be September of the following year, as

I I i The patriotic railway companies are which the German government has Number in Household______________ have been appointed in as many sub- encountered in such a design might I required by Section 1, Chapter 6814,

+ anxious to serve the country by withdrawing long The desired. Do you employ a cook__________.- divisions of the state. Some of them prevent the use of wooden hulls and Acts 1915, same was accepted and filed :
United States has
certain trains, so government I as follows:
,t passenger evidence that German Occupation of breadwinner ___u_____ were long experienced !in this work, this: point has not been thrashed out. l'
all the agents {
will be able to handle General FundOccupation
they influenc-I Will take in authorized
you part while The .
freight. In Florida the Atlantic ed Carranza in levying this others are being trained to effi- 110-foot type was adopted on license __ 3
more neighborhood movements for food ----- 900.00 I
conservation the
ciency for their duties. unanimous recommendation of all .
Coast Line has applied to the railroad note to Carranza is not an ultimatum ? ________________________ Within the last Railroad and telegraph t'o' ._ 600.00 I :
commission for the annulment of several or a demand, but merely states the na .There dues fees to be month, these officials experienced British naval officers who Fine and Forfeiture Fund
are no or paid.
such trains. But some men are tion's stand. However, it is expected were assembled at headquarters of theo have been consulted. Fines |
The Food Administration wishes t ---------------,-- ----1.500.00 J
board
in
t (I'f mean enough to say that the real reason that if it is not heeded by Mexico, ac- have as members all of those actually instruction-a Jacksonville for conferenceand Board adjourned until the :rd day |
is that these trainshardly tion will be taken immediately.A sort of officers'training of July, 1917 '
i, passenger handling food in the home. school. 4440o4o4omoo4oo44 at 9 o'clock a, m. at
t pay expenses, while freight food embargo to Mexico has been The various women's organizations Fortunately, for the o which day they will convene for the <;
of the
j 1 hauling is very profitable. Taking the suggested as a remedy that would throughout the nation are the execu for purpose school, there had been <8> STARKE <$> purpose of adopting the budget and ;1
months in .j
J i, serious car shortage into account, if quickly bring Mexico to her knees. As tive boards through which the women city some and outside its a suburb of the o FRATERNAL DIRECTORY levying the millage for the year 1917. $

a these trains are annulled the road will 11 the tax now stands it is a hold up are to be reached. In Starke the less corporate limits amore 0 0 W. WEEKS, j 1

: !| still not be able to haul any more scheme costing the allies $250,000 a Civic Club, U. D. C., W. C. T. U. and or of typhoid indefinitely fever located which infection <> F. & A M. Bradford Lodge No. <> Clerk and Auditor
month. had
II freight, and the proposition looks very societies of the various churches have not yielded to 35.Ieere every second and 4

I |{ j much like embracing an opportunityto the work in hand. On Tuesday of next The ordinary treatment. Q> fourth Monday nights. NOTICE. I
] of
I item. 87 GERMAN MERCHANT SHIPS source this infection had not O Notice is hereby given thnt the 1I..ilOlecl
rid of
an unprofitable
; get week, July 10th, a committee of worn <3> will
been located and new and troublesome apply to the Pardon Board of thr Suit

t i The spirit of economy manifestedby TURNED OVER :TO SHIPPINGWill en from some one of these organizations cases are framanFor ,_'n+___ I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. of.v..Florida"..'.6 ....:.._at.._ its_u&. next._"_......,...u..Ult meeting._m.__.._...., fir,lOr. a......DIeD pardon' I_ sz.

Governor Catts in some directions; I will call on you and present a practical working 3> Meets every Tuesday night. <3S> was convicted at the Spring Term of,the Circuit ,
j Be Used Principally in TransAtlantic card for your signature. In the event purposes, a > < > Court. A. D. 1916. in and for Bradford .
is not extended to the office holders, map of the infected section
Traffic. that you are'not home, the card will was pre- $> M. W. of A., Starke Camp. 0 County. State of. Florida. .
July 3rd. 191';
who are frequently "wasted" by being pared by the engineering *
be left and instructed departmentof Meets first and third 0
you are to sign every Wednesday It. F..N.AND Ews.
dismissed from their jobs. But then the board and blue prints from this
same and turn over to Mrs. A. M. Q nights. <
office holders are so plentiful, anyway, WASHINGTON, July 4.-Eighty- Darby or Mrs. R. A. Weeks within drawing were given to each district <> Read the Bradford County Telegraph

that there is no need to economize on seven of the German merchant ships the week, for this registration of the health officer. On it was noted the location 0 W. 0. W., All Friends Camp 0 -the homeGREEN'S p,1per. .

them. The charges are malfeasance, seized in American ports at the out- housekeepers must be completed by of every street, every home, every 0" No. 138. Meets every second and <>

misfeasance or drunkenness, and when break of the war, were turned over by July 15th. surface closet and other essential 0 fourth Friday nights. <> AUGUST FLO\ 'ER. '

t neither of these applies, "rottenness"nils President Wilson to the Shipping In this there should be no slackers.It information. Using this as a begin- 0 Has been used for ail ailments that

the bill. Many office holders all Board for operation. The other four- costs you nothing to aid in this our ning, the eight health officers, under <*) Union Chapel Camp, No. 53G, 0 are caused by a diseyderfd l Stomachand
the direction
over state said to be of
such are "patchingup" teen already are in possession of the solemn duty to the country and flag, an experienced worker, meet every first and third Friday 0 inactive liver, such as sick headache -
joined
matters as may possibly give Navy Department.Title to which we owe allegiance, and it will section.in an extensive survey of the nights at Union Chapel. J. A. Ellington *> constipation, t-ouf stomach, nervous -
ground for their dismissal if the The
ernor's gov- to the vessels was vested in the help unmeasurably in the health of field work was accom- *> Clerk, R. No. 1, Starke. indigestion, ferrr.enta'-'on cf food
attention called them. plished
is to It the
President in a resolution passed by your family as well as increase your during daylight hours and < > 0 palpitation of the heart caused by gases .
is rumored that Mr. has
Catts his results
were tabulated
on the United States and eye Congress in May. Many of them already savings by learning economy in the at night. *> Visiting brothers are cordially 0 in the stomach. August Flower is
senatorship, I have been repaired and into administration of The tabulations showed the sanitary !-
that whenever he put your household af 1 invited to attend these meetings. 0 a gentle laxative, regulates iiesnoi
can appoint a new service by the Shipping Board which fairs. condition of every home in the 0 0 both in stomach an I intestiiif, cleans ;

has man influence for an office, it will be one who proceeded unofficially without await- Starke has ever responded nobly to district, the name of the occupants and 04000000000000000Tell ana sweetens the stomach! and! alimentary t
to use in the governor'sbehalf ing the executive order giving it for- the of owners, nature of the house construc-
I when the time appeal our country and she will canal, stimulates the liner to se-
I i comes for cam- mal jurisdiction.The not fail in this. tion, whether screened or unscreened, jcicte; the bile and rnpuruies fr-jTi the J

paigning.The total tonnage of the eightyseven The following ladies have been ap- the number of occupants, their race, it to the Telegraph and you tell iblcod..J ; 25 aid 73 rent tJ:>'.I.ri. Said ._?

: { German has declared ships exceeds 500,000. Several have pointed as committtees to canvass the sex and approximate age, the source everybody. Advertise I j C. P Cason.
government gone to the War Department for and the of water supply, the disposal of 1
I that city territory that is given to sew- .
people eat if it __ __ _
may grass transports. The erage (if ), the -- un. -- "
: ships retained for in which they will work. any construction and

{ I could comes'do to it,a and pinch.why not Nebuchadnezzar the Germans? commercial service will be put for the W. C. T. U.-Miss Amelia Ray and animals condition of privies, whether or not UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I STATE COLLEGE for WOMEN

; In our own country has lately been most part into trans-Atlantic runs. :Mrs. Turner. Beginning at Bradford or chickens are kept on the GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE "
premises and
1 demonstrated that a plant roughly County Bank and run east on Call for or against other healthful details that make High, Moral, Intellectual Standards College of the Highest Rank
WAR DEPARTMENT street to railroad and south conditions.
Wal-
: i classed with the can be eaten WILL on Liberal Arts, Education Music Expression
grasses
Wherever -
typhoid fever Liberal Arts Law .
Agriculture
DRAW NAMES FOR SERVICE nut street to Peggy line. was discov- Engi-
: by humans, and with relish too. The
ered Physical Education, Art,
a history of the neering, Education Graduate
; young ladies of the domestic science Civic Club-Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. case was compiled School. Home
N. D as completely as possible. Thus Send for Catalogue and ViewsA. Economics ;
I .Wainwright, Mrs. R. A. Weeks. a
department of the
Col-
Agricultural
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s of Each Name Will Have A Number Beginning at Hopson's Theatre, run census of the entire district was gath- MURPHREE, and
lege Kentucky din- t
recently, at a EDW CO R.\DI,
ner given by them, made biscuits, Numbers to be Drawn at Capitol.WASHINGTON west on Call street and north on Wal- ered as thoroughly as Uncle Sam ever President. ( President

doughnuts and cake from alfalfa flour, nut to city limits.U. L'dreamed_ of getting.together. at any of ,
.LI and the products were paiaiaoie. The 'I D. C.-\Irs. J. P. Tomlinson, Mrs.J. ins ten )-ear counts in his large family. 1

I* i i only fault found with the biscuits .1' July 4.-Regula- E. Wilson. Beginning at Mrs. Mary The facts and figures gathered in r,
were tions
.1 for drafting the new national Weeks' this way, when they are J
that corner, run north on Cherry arranged and
they were in color. The
green
i i war will teach us to eat "most army, now awaiting President Wilson's street and east on Call street to city noted on the map, will present a more
anything approval, contain provisions for limits. graphic picture of health conditions SAFETY in NUMBERS '
; I[ and we will lose of
our
many
every step of the in this little
food great undertaking, Presbyterian Ladies Aid-Mrs. Jay suburb than has ever been ,
i j prejudices. Alfalfa candy is except the actual method of the draft Brown and Mrs. E. T. Campbell. Be- drawn of any square mile of Florida ,
r nothing for
new, glucose is made from itself. No official
announcement has territory. It will
: the stalks ginning at Commercial Hotel and run enable intelligent
f and much of the smokingtobacco
been made
and
official
effort
confirmation is to eradicate
this
E on Call and South along east side of disease from
the
on market is adul-
largely withheld, but it has been stated and this section and to control and
Railway to city limits. prevent
terated with alfalfa.
. .I generally accepted in Washington as Baptist Ladies Aid-Mrs. T. N. Lim- its re-apptarance in the future. It Many persons are investingin

: A NEGLECTED PRODUCT. true, that the Federal gavernment itself baugh, Mrs. D. C. Jones. Beginning at I will!} show what improvements and

.t I will do the drafting, probably in Kickliter's corner, run north on East changes must be made in housing con- Time Deposits issued by

Washington, so there will be no op Walnut street to city limits and Easton ditions to insure healthful living. It

! An abundant natural product of portunity.for local favoritism, political Call to railroad. will locate decisively the source from the Bank of Starke.

i Florida and Bradford county is the or otherwise.As :\IethodistIissionary Society-Mrs. which typhoid has been spreading dur- ,

f Spanish moss. After the gray cover- the regulations stand now, every L. A. Davis, :Mrs. Frank Colley Be- ing the past months.

' ing has rotted away the heart consistsof registered man bears a number. The ginning at White's store and run west The people of Florida, who are alive

a long black fibre, rather strong, numbers will be forwarded to Wash on Call street and south on Walnut to to the importance of this work, will The
ington and the drawing will be entire- be gratified that such
springy and durable. In bygone years city limits. intensive and

the moss was used locally for mattresses ly by numbers. The identity of the Episcopal Guild-Mrs. Joe Hoover necessary effort has been systematically -

but of late, when all home-made numbered men will be unknown to and Mrs. H. C. Richard. Powell's still undertaken by the State Boardof

articles have been discarded, it has those in charge of the draft machinery and all homes just outside city limits. health; and it will renew the confi- REASONSS

fallen into disuse. But now, when all and can be established only by comparing dence in the efficiency of the board,

kinds of materials are becoming a number with a printed list BLIND TIGERS CONVICTED. when it is seen that a body of men .

scarce, the moss is coming into demand > in the man's home district. As the I trained to competency is prepared to
-
,) for upholstering of seats for numbers are drawn, they will be tele- conserve public health by the most
automobiles and graphed to the home districts, where Saturday night two negroes were practical methods. It be These Time Deposits as-
may expected
railway
cars
,
ropes, I'
the registered men will learn if caught "with the goods, the goods from such
I and for filling and packing wherever they I work as this that Flor- '
1 it will answer the purpose. It is have been exempted. being liquor, presumably to be. sold, ida's typhoid death rate will. ho 1'1'. n 11rA ghcnlnta Clnf hT mil', 9"1> ,,; _
I used oy ammunition" matters.In even Then the question of exemptionswill but in any case more tnan the law al duced at least to the average-- of-- the- Y'-6.L"" u.U V.l.UQaJ..% l'y V.1 k" lea-
lowed.
the state of Louisiana several come up, and this will go before entire country, instead of being about
the local boards. The first to be caught was Lige double cipal.
If is that
moss factories have led a precarious a man exempted rate, as at present.
the man bearing the number Smith, whose suit case was found to
F existence until which
when
lately demand
,
drawn contain two and half gallons of li-
a
was next in order will take his
for the finished product has raised thee The Rev. Willie Brith TOM WATSON'S MAGAZINE DENIED '
place so quor.
and was ac-
S price The laborers to six cents who and over per the pound. In this way on.all those available for costed when he stepped of the south THE MAILS. They yield 4 per cent atmaturity.
gather crude
service out of the 10,000,000 who bound train at 11 p. m., carrying a -
moss receive $8 to $12 per ton de- will be registered heavy grip. He threw his burden SAVANNAH, Ga., July 1.-Marion -
livered and make from $2.50 to $5 a made ready for thecountry's down Lucas, postmaster at Savannah, last .
call, and from them the first and ran, but was brought to a
Thursday declined
day.Here increment of stop by Deputy Sheriff Cameron and to permit the deliv- .
625,000 will be assemb- f
is an opportunity for to ery through his office of the Jeffersonian
many -
arrested. His suit
led. case was found to
They be
make some money during otherwiseidle contain over a hundred half pint bot- Tom Watson's weekly paper pub- can converted in- I

times. The moss can be gatheredat tles of liquor. lished at Thomson, Ga. Newsdealers .

any time. It is thrown into heapsin By mutual Dissolution consent the Notice.Lawtey Telephone I The offenders were tried before were notified that the packages which to cash at any minute. :
should have
laces
and after been
dampj> the covering Judge Gardiner delivered on that day
Monday. Both
has rotted away it is dried, then Company has this day been dis- pleaded could not be sent out.
solved, G. C. guilty. Parson Brith who had be-
Wooten
roughly cleaned of trash. There is no retiring from fore been charged with the The postmaster acted under the pro- Call
said business same of- write
trouble selling it.AN and W. C. Wooten tak- visions of the recently or for particulars.
passed
0 ing over the entire holdings, belong- fense, was fined $100 and costs or six act. despionage -

IMPORTANT INVENTION ings, telephones, lines and electrical months in the county jail, and Ligesmith's Watson has been
fixtures appertaining thereto. fine was $50 and costs. Brith attacking the government's -

The business will be at the will probably have to work out his conscription act. The post-

; The Estero Eagle describes the place under the name run as heretofore same, sentence. master-General master reported who the matter to the Post BANK OF ,STARKE "
finally determines
working of a new style of excavator, Lawtey Telephone Co., by the said whether the

used by the Atlantic Coast Line rail- W. C. Wooten, and the said G. C. The Farmer and His Food. not. papers shall be deliveredor

way, which, if developed and modified Wooten assumes all debts and liabili- Good food, well cooked makes better Postmaster-General Pending the the decision of the State, County and City Depository

to conditions generally found in Flor- ties due by the said firm to this date. men and women. The farmer held in the papers are
Savannah
ida, will work revolution in drain- Dated June 30 1917. should office. This is H
a have the best thing there is going believed to be the first action Starke Florida
age, as it can take the place of hand Signed G. C. WOOTEN, on his table: also he generally periodical taken againsta ,

labor. On account 'of.stumps and unJ J 764t. W. C. WOOTEN. does. act by an American under postmaster.the espionage

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m FRIDAY JU.LY 6, 1917.
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j ,. I Ii i Rev. and Mrs. W. F. LaRowe left IN THE ROCKIES. brought her to the Hotel St. Andrewin him that "it's your funeral, not mine." I j;I

I Saturday for Jacksonville to hold ser- his taxicab from the Terminal station Brooks begged the sheriff to let him {f

vice at a Christian church there Sunday We have received the following clip- Brooks told the officers. He said get into Sanders' cell. He's anxious to .,;i

after which they went to Brad- ping from the Oak Creek (Colo.) he met Albert Sanders in front of a get close enough to Sanders 1.0 lay Ins .I
Bits of LocalInformation entown, where they will make their fu- Times: picture show on Davis avenue and hands on him and threatens to renMer 'J y ya

) ture home. "The wife and children of E. B. there the plot was hatched. Sanders trial useless if he can reach the:t'cC- -.-I

Freeman, the new local agent of the told of the money he had seen in Mrs. ond man charged with the killing J 1

ii While in Tampa with her husbandon Denver & Salt Lake Railroad, arrivedin Hess' purse, according to Brooks, and "Just let me into that cell with 1,;
jt r
Wednesday, Mrs. C. A. Liddon had I Oak Creek the latter part of* last Brooks agreed to aid in the robbery. Sanders and there will be only one, nig- ]

the misfortune to suffer a slight attack week to make their future home here. Brooks says he then went back to the ger to hang," he told Sheriff .jHol- f 4

:1, ErI II CMlJJraMI Omv TwtaI.. lsuM N alder of paralysis. Medical attentionwas Mrs. Freeman's sisters, Miss Ida War- hotel that night and took Mrs. Hess combe.
tswetsN 4* tit Cmr mitt r.... Mrs. into his taxicab.He J J.A
secured immediately, and
ren, of Starke, Fla., and Miss May -
; I Liddon was brought back to Dade City Warren, of Jacksonville, Fla., arrived drove up Royal to St. Francis.He + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + :
.l, Thursday morning. She is reported Monday evening, to visit here for turned and went east as far as + LEGAL NOTICES 1j" '

,- resting easily, and her friepds hope some time." Commerce and then north on Commerce I + . + + + + + + f + + +
I 'T. D. Dyalf of Brooker, was in town I Miss Ruth Otwell, of Palm Beach, is that her condition will not be serious. Miss Ida Warren states in a letter to Lipscomb. At Lipscomb he I TAX BUDGET. : :1

''Monday. visiting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Peek.B. -Dade City Banner. dated June 24th, that she and Miss I turned into St. Joseph street and just I Notice is hereby given that the RoxJ-i of
before Beauregard was reached Albert County Commissioners in and for Bnjd'ord
May Warren will return to Denver in.. county at a meeting held on July. 191": a -
the Lake E. Newsom of Middleburg, wasa Sanders out the scheme 'I't'.3
: Editor Avery Powell, of Fruit Jars, Tops and Rubbers at a few days to visit friends, also that carrying as pared the following budget uf cxpcndt'.res '"
." 'Butler' Times, was in town Monday. business visitor to Starke Monday.Mrs. Starke Hardware Co. they enjoy mountain climbing. agreed upon early in the night, enter- as required by Chapter 6814. Act ofjtPlS.
ed the taxicab. Brooks said that the covering" the General Fund Fine and 14oifiture ]
,
Fund. Road and Bridge Fund nn S Outstanding .
l I J. S. Griner, of Brooklyn, had busi- Lorena Jones and children, of Miss Bessie McCormick, of Gaines- FUTCHGUNTER.A testimony of Mr. Ralph Q. Carman, Fund for the fiscal year 1911 'and -j'
'} Miami visiting relatives in StarkeMr. roundhouse foreman of the Mobile 1918. .
Starke Monday. are ville is of Miss Hazel Brown. night -
.flels; in a guest Estimate of Expenses General Fan .
and Ohio that he heard
; a woman Salary of clerk of the circuit court as j .
:i Miss Amelia Ray spent Wednesday andIrs.. R.1.. Cason, of Preaching in the Methodist church pretty home wedding was solemn- screaming as they passed the Termi- auditor and clerk to county ',onrnts- J
the visitors in ized last Thursday afternoon at four nal Station Hess sioners -_---------------* ---... ljf 00.00
friends on Kingsley lake. Brooklyn, were among the The was correct, as Mrs.
{with Sunday morning by pastor. Per diem and mileage of commission-i 1
,f: Starke Monday.H. evening service will also be conducted o'clock, at the home of the bride's par- did scream at that time, realizing that ere _-_-_-------_--_-------- -_ (311.M "
1. attended ents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Futch, of something and that she Pay of sheriff for attendance on connj' d
:: D. W. Moore, of Theressa, in a profitable manner for all who when their Ethel was wrong ty commissioners ______________u_ 130.00 J
the tax sale Monday. G. Alderman, of Lake Geneva, attend. Everybody cordially invited. Lawtey, daughter, was not being taken to the right place. Salaries of other officers and em- J
,. was transacting business in Starke on became the bride of Mr. Ury Gunter, Three persons were in the automobileat ployes: *

It Miss Louise Bessent has returned Monday.Mrs. The Hopson moving picture show the ceremony being performed by Rev. this time, Brooks told the officers- Attorney sioners for____county_______.commls-,___n-- J 1/ sn.M J
from a visit in Fort Lauderdale.Miss has been bought by C. A. Rowand and M. M. Fryer, rector of St. Mark'sEpiscopal himself, Sanders and Mrs. Hess. The Supervisor of ",,,i.lrllll.n:5.00; ,

J. L. Peek has as a guest her Mr. and Mrs. Hopson left Tuesday for church, Starke. machine was driven on out St. Joseph Repair Court to County house Buildings_______:___'_n____ II.OII

Flora Brown, of Lawtey ,visited sister, Miss Ruth Otwell, of West Akron, Ohio, where they will live here The decorations of the parlor.were street Manassas, and thereheadedwest Jail __________________'_______ ;n.flO
little Alda Fryer several days of Palm Beach. after. Mr. Rowand announces that he white and green. Mr. Earnest Wells to Conception street. Then the Furniture and Fixtures: 'I J
was best man, the maid of honor being auto proceeded out the Conceptionstreet 1of-- ;------- tn.lOJanilor.
last week at the rectory. will have pictures three times each Expenses ;.; ijdi;; :
Vivirette Floyd is spending the week without fail, and that he will en- Miss Lois Terry. :\Iilargar. t Law- road one of the loneliest spots- and other attendirits f.1i.1.no .

Messrs. D. W., Geo. W. and E. M. week with Margaret Long, at Kings- deavor to give Starke a first-class rence played the wedding march. The in Mobile county. Insurance Light, fuel__and____water_____________ i Jti'ftO 5.\.no! .,j,
bride and have the best wishesof
the Brooker visitors ley lake. groom Robbery Their Only Motive Incidental .. ll 00.00 -
Hazen were among amusement place.REVIVAL. --------- -- --- f
to Starke }londay.RubMyTismAntiseptic. the community.AND Mrs. Hess fought them, said Brooks.It Care of Allowance County Poor made: to paapers out4 j ,

Mrs. George MacLohon and chil- SERVICES. was not their intention to kill her; side of poor house __ ._____ :r.M.nO
dren of Jacksonville, are visiting Mrs. THE COWS CAME BACK Coroner's Inquests
Anodyne robbery was their only motive, but she 1
;Ki11s pain, stops putrefaction. MacLohon's aunt, Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr. Rev. S. W. Colson, of Ocala, will be- screamed and fought them so much Fees-----------------i50.of Officers jurrr and ;

______ ______ gin a revival meeting at Antioch Bossies Again Enjoy the Freedom of that they killed her. She was actually Insanity Inquiries: i -
Misses Ada Hiers and Josephine church of Christ, on Sunday, July 2nd. Fees of officers and corn-nit- : 0
Miss Eva Epperson has returned The City. murdered, according to what the negro tees }f,0.00
Brooks of Gainesville, are visiting The meetings will be continued for one told the officials the -' "
tome from Madison where she was attending near cotton Stationery and Printing: l'
Miss Long. week and the public is cordially invit- General stationery Llama J. '
FPaIay mills at Prichard
: the Florida Normal School. I Tuesday was the day set by the on the Conceptionstreet etc ------______________ Mfl.OO 1
1 ed to attend them. road. After Mrs. Hess had
been
Record books -0.00 j
town council for the
Mildred Crosby is visiting her I I I Mr. F. A. Scott and family have voting on ques- killed they turned off the Conceptionstreet Advertising required ly law and J
) Miss tion whether cattle should or should paid for by county ________ ).,"0.00
Valdosta out to their Kingsley lake cot- SOME FISHING PARTY. road into the roadat i
of Telegraph
Laurie Howell, gone
Comminsiones
: aster, Mrs. not be allowed the liberty of the paid to Officers: f ;
tage for the remainder of the sum- Prichard station. Then the body : Tax assessor -_- 1 1 dfl.OO _
Ga. streets of Starke. The cows won out Tax collector ___________h___ lVnO.00, ;
t I- mer. A large crowd equally divided up three to one, for there were 89 votes was thrown into Chickasabogue. The Sheriff general court work bailiffs, i f ."

\ : The Presbyterian Sunday school enjoyed in four cars left Monday afternoon at against impounding and only 30 votes I negro Brooks said that the testimonyof Clerk-------------------------------i0.iitrt.; ;: \ K

their annual picnic at Kingsley Mrs. J. P. Wilson, of Jacksonville 1 o'clock to go to Bonnett lake. They for impounding. The reason for the Manuel Beasley, who said he saw court work _recording____._and general .- ZjO.Ofl
lake last Thursday. who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.J. Starke and purchased of the "Bossies" various. them pass the May Lumber Companyon Paving around courthouse *T5.flftIndexing j
L. Peek has returned home.A went through victory were the Telegraph road was incorrect, ________________________ u0,00 t
of
0 hooks and line, along with plenty Some voters contended that now was Reserved for contingencies yiifl.OO
t C. F. Sayles, of Miami, is visiting as they did not go that way. He veri- ,
Mrs grub and cold drinks and ice. They not a time for doing anything that .
: her parents, Col. and Mrs. C. L.i' new drinking fountain on Call arrived at four bells 0. K.:and were could in anyway injure the farmers. fied the testimony of a white man, H. Total -,.IS,,:TO.no
Estimate of
:''Peek. street near the court house has been soon fishing. I. Others thought Starke was still too Guy, who was walking along the Tel Expenses Fine and FcrfeijireFund

put up, and is a much appreciated caught close to the soil stand egraph road and saw the machine with I Sheriff and deputies, cost bills in crim5
and Miss Fay convenience. They were lucky and soon to a disturbingof two men in it, enroute to the city. He inal cases _____________________h li?fltl.on
Annie E. Young
f Mrs. four nice trout, sufficient for supper. the balance of nature. (Constables cost bills in criminal cast .III.IIO
,Ivey, of Hampton, were recent visitors After eating they all started to ar- One voter, as he went up to the said one of the car lights was not I I Clerk of the circuit court cost bills ;tin
I I burning and Fisher verified this state- criminal cases ________ '__n___._ :ii lOIlCour.ly
to Starke. Edwin Freeman left Tuesday morn range. .sleeping_ quarters., but soon, after polls, hummed this home-made jingleto judge cost bills in criminal .e- j'
ing for New York, where he will takea i lying down they" discovered" that the tune of "Casey Jones:" ment. Cases ____________________________ ,;::0.00 1
The stork visited the home of Mr. in chemical They came back into the city after I Justice of the Peace, cost bills in J-
\ special course engineering it was absolutely impossible to sleep the murder and there divided what criminal eases_ __..._____________ t lAM
and Mrs. Owen Gardiner June 30th Columbia where Will Torodewas "lIe looked his business busi- ___ __ __ ,
at University.Mrs. anywhere around at and Witness fees __ _4_____._ 3j"i a.00
and left a fine boy. but all took it good naturedlyand ness was slow; money Mrs. Hess had, in addition to Court stenographer in insolvency caar 50.00

W. L. Kickliter and two lit- sat around the camp fire relating He bought him a milk shake, and the dividing up her effects, to be done Sheriff's commission___________on__fines_____etc u_,-collected ?- ,t lr,000
Fruit Jars, Tops and Rubbers at tle daughters, of Loughman, are the stories and experiences that were utterly price wasn't low; away with, each having taken his por- Feeding prisoners ____________n_.__ t&,0,00 tjH

Starke Hardware Co. guests at the home of her father, Mr. impossible. Considering the He looked through the window, saw tion.The shoes of the murdered Pay ty of and juror Justice in criminal Peace courts eases_c-mn-__ ,__ -:t"o.nn J

Marion L. Johns. \ bunch we were with we believed every- the dog fennels grow, woman disinfectants _________________._ t r.II.IIO ,,
sister Vir- I fell to Brooks in the draw. lie told Reserved __ _
Mr. Robert Murray and thing. There were no cows in town, the weeds for contingencies un f!o4tO.on CI '
ginia, of Lake City, are the guests of The Woman's Christian Temperance Breakfast was cooked Tuesday to mow," the officers that they had found her Total I -';;! -roliO.OIl
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J. C. Manning this week. Union will meet at the Methodist par- morning and soon all hands and the thus giving three reason for wantingthe shoes, those that were burned in his Estimate of Expenses Road fu!;+" I.
back He burned them the of- Paid to 1
yard. county commissioners for rind
afternoon at 3:30. All cook were on the lake fishing. Even
: sonage Friday cattle back again. Immediately inspection: --------------------)100
ficials said he told them in gasoline r
Doris Borum is here on a visit from the ladies invited. Hon. A. M. Blanchard and Henry Bur- upon the result of the election being I Construction and Maintenance of. 'j 7
Macon Ga., to her aunts, Mrs. J. II. o crowd. all I after he returned from committing the Roads and Bridges: e ,
were in the They were
ney known, a procession of kine, headed crime. The suit case and Mrs. Hess' Cost of material ,___u-- -- f 190.00 t
Bennett and Mrs. J., 0. Turner. Mrs. J. F .Canova has as her guest successful and caught: 17 nice trout, by a big, sleek, dignified cow with a Tools and machinery, ro.t and t *
clothes in the suit fell to Sanders.
case ___ __ __ '
weighing about 100 or 125 pounds. Af- repairs ___ .L__ ._ ; 200.00 tLive
her sister, Mrs. McDonald, of Palm big bell around her neck, marched up Brooks told them where the case and stock cost and care ami 1.
M. P. Matheny, the Brooker saw- Beach. ter the'day's fishing all went in bathing Madison street, with the air of con- clothes could be found, in either of feeding ________L---- ___ !:rt i0tt.Od
mill man and cotton buyer, was in and started for home. Paid for free labor other than !; ':
I I word querous. From the way portions of our I two negro homes. Sheriff's officials, guards ___________n__. __ :OOO.OO "
town Monday. Now if anyone doubts my just I brick streets are becoming grassedover ____ _jr00.00Feeding
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins had as recent Assistant Solicitor Courtney and detectives Pay of convict guard* i n
write ask of the following, and and of convicts ton ,
or any since the care
of Lake Butler, guests Mrs. J. T. Moore, of Lawtey, information regarding the good cows were kept out, searched the two houses, but roads ___u_________ __ ". tOO.1
Major John Croft, any their mission in Starke to be
and Mrs. W.1.. Barrett and little seems a found no trace of the missing articles, Payments on account of bris'J f
tad business before the commissioners time and trip shall be given a very dis- not altogether useless one. built by contract __________ ,000.00 a
Stella of Ocala. feel that would
although they they
Tuesday. daughter, tinct idea of a party: E. E. Burney, A.M. Tuesday evening the members of the Payments on account of discharged : '
God- have been done away with before now. convicts leased u__,j 100.10Paid ) J
Blanchard, H. B. Bennett, Jim
town council met the '
and on strength to incorporated citu-s :
W. T. Andrews, of Lake Butler, was win, A. H. Harley R. E. Hess, J. C. of the outcome of the election, instructed : Sanders and Brooks, who are con- and towns _____________ _, '000.00 !
Maurice Langford who. for several in Starke Monday. Mr. Andrews has Edwards W. E. Torode, fined near one another in the county Delivering prisoners to Rnud j
past has been living in Lake Cone, W. H. the mayor to rescind that jail, kept a running fire of talk allay camps _________________.__ .' 200.00
years write weekly letters up
to on Star-
promised us T. J. Terry, A. A. Smith, J. S. part of the stock ordinance relatingto Reserved for contingencies _nU-----'J 000.00
Butler, is again in Starke, being em- long. Brooks has cursed Sanders .
Johnstown happenings.
ling, H. B. Burney, J. II. Moore. I
horned cattle. While the "cows"are
ployed in the local telephone office. severely. lie insists that Sanders tell Total Ji.8ftO.00 .;;
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again allowed to roam over the Estimated Expenses Outitandinn I IRailroad end t
the truth about the whole thing. San- ._.._____. .__._ __ ..
Rev. and Mrs. Chamberlain, of Ti- BAPTIST CHURCH. town horses mules hogs and bonds -- u ..50.00
goats
Mrs. David Oliver, of Fort Lauder- ders, however, refuses to say anythin'gwhatever Interest on outstanding scrip 1", ;
dale, is visiting her parents, Mr. and tusville, are guests of Dr. and Mrs.E. will, as before, be impounded if caught and answers the condemnedman bonds due on or before Oct. J. 1'-'!$\ 1472.50 "

Mrs. W. A. Bessent. T. Campbell.the Presbyterian Mr. Chamberlain church Last Sunday was a great- day at the loose on the streets. only at times and then to remind Total ________________________ 4.2.2.50: : :!
preached at church. A fine crowd in the morningand J ;
I last Sunday morning and afternoon. an overflow at night. NEGRO TAXICAB DRIVER CONVICTED : .
No. 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious -I
We wish to thank all who so kind- OF MURDER MRS. HESS :
Fever. It kills the germs. Mr. Morgan Richard, assistant cash-
ly assisted in the entertaining of the
ier of the Jacksonville Traction Com- "Glee Club Boys" and the general pub- (Continued From Page 1.) If

Mr. Paul E. Canova has spent the pany, is spending his summer vaca- lic for their presence and generous t f- : !

past week on a business trip to differ- tion in Starke and is a guest at the fering. Such entertainments are not back. lIe said his car was out of fix B. Z. MATTHEWS ,

ent points in South Carolina.Nat home of his uncle, Mr. E. Matthews.. only enjoyable but helpful in mould- that night and he didn't use it. Brooks s, ?,

ing tastes for better things. The club intimated that others would be hanged. Artesian Well Driller I
Williams showed us some fine Messrs. N. II. Stokes, E. H. Doug- were delighted with their receptionand ,

new sweet potatoes grown on his place lass, J. L. Brown, B. E. Brown, J. J. were cheered on their way. They
east of Rev. N. T. King's. Bielling and W. 0. Brooks, well known have toured the state for a month and I have had twenty-four years experience in i :
citizens of the western part of the will close at Lake Brooks Makes Full Confession

Mrs. Erwin Johns has as her guest, county, were business visitors to City.W.. G. LAW, spent Mobile the, Ala.day, July Saturday 1.-Fisher in his Brooks cell Well drilling in Florida. i i is iI

Mrs. of her Starke Monday.Mrs. Pastor. 1
L.
A. Reynolds, Tampa making series of "confessions." i .
a
daughter. / guarantee to satisfactorily complete all
The many different stories he has
members of SACRED CONCERT AT FIRST BAP-
I Nelle Hughes and
told since his arrest for the murderof ,-
York Colson, of Lake Butler, was in her music class will give a concert at TIST CHURCH. Mrs. Julia May Hess were added to CONTRACTS '
Starke Monday, on business before the Waldo tonight. The program will be -
Saturday when he told officials the exact ;
school board.J. practically the same that has pleased Last Sunday evening Starke had the movements of himself and Albert Lake Butler .-: Florida

Starke and Hampton audiences. Ad- pleasure of listening to the Columbia Sanders on the night of the murder. ,
Is!. Dubose and family attendedthe mission 15 and 25 cents. Dancing after College Glee Club at the First Bap- Through all his statements, Brooks ,
picnic at Worthington on the the concert.Mr. This indeed, a rare mss- t
tist church. was, contends that he and Sanders are responsible ir *

Fourth treat for our music loving people. All I for the woman's death. He -- --- !

__ .-i Blanchard Law, who spent the of the churches in town united their does not admit that he killed Mrs. r ;irj i

Messrs. Louis II. Hill and A.1.. I week-end here with his parents, Rev. congregations and the large Baptist Hess; he says Sanders actually killed .

Blanchard, of Lawtey, were in Starke and Mrs. W. G. Law, went up to Jack- church was filled to overflowing witha her, that he was in the machine and 'A .

Wednesday. sonville Monday afternoon, where .he very attentive and appreciative au- hauled her to Chickasabogue, where If you want the J
assisted the Columbia College Glee dience. her body was thrown into the stream Jt
J. T. Quigley is having erected a Club in a concert given in that city Prof. Chapman's rare ability as a by Sanders.

large and commodious residence in the Monday evening.Mrs. musical leader was fully demonstratedon Brooks made his statements before V

bungalow style on his lots just east this occasion, and the orchestra selections I I Solicitor Clarke, Assistant Solicitor Highest Quality _

of the Baptist church. Annie Murrhee has returned choruses and quartets were Courtney, sheriff's officials and Detec- WV Wr I

from a trip to Pearl River, La., to visit perfectly rendered. "Rescue the Per- tive Warren Burch. Following the visit t

The new gin house erected by Mes! her on, Mr. Truby E. Murrhee, who ishing" and "Jesus, Saviour, Pilot of the officials to Brooks' cell, Soli- V

srs. Griffin and Johns south of the Ice is manager of a large sawmilling bus- Me," beautiful old pieces, were sung citor Clarke told of what the negro Printing :
Factory is now ready for the install- She the entire club in a most touching ,
iness there and is prospering. en- by had said. He implicated Albert San-
ment of machinery. joyed her trip very much.F. manner. )Ir. Blanchard Law'0'rendered ders, according to Mr. Clarke. The t' t tI

a splendid cornet solo, with piano solicitor refused to say if any other I '
Least Cost
Mrs. N. E .Mahone, of Valdosta, T. Norman has been at Ft. Scriv- accompaniment.: "Lustpiel Overture," persons were implicated in the statement I at .

Ga. spent last Friday with friends in en, Ga., to visit his brother, Alonzo, "Simple Confession" and numbers of made by the negro. I i

Starke then went on a trip to South who is a member of the U. S. infan- other classical selections delighted the The scheme to rob the woman was

Florida. try there. The young soldier was getting listeners. At the close of this inspir- agreed upon at 7:30 o'clock on Sunday try us.'i

along well and prepared for what ing sacred concert, "America" was night, May 20, after Sanders had .
Mr. I. J. Tucker, a member of the ever may come. His comrades also sung by the Glee Club and congrega-

. police force of Jacksonville, was homeon appeared well satisfied with the ser- tion.This We print Any thing from a ; J
a visit to his father, Isaac J. Tucker vice. I is the second time that Colum- LASSIFIE ;
er, last week. bia College Glee Club has appearedin C D Visiting card to a Catalogue .l '

t No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It Starke, and the royal manner in ADVERTISINGFOR t
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Get you a safety deposit box in a is the most speedy remedy we know. which the members of the club are en- :
fireproof vault for your papers and I tertained and the crowds of people SALE-Three horses. Geo. A. The j J t' .

valuables at the Brad /d County Bank Quigley Lumber and Supply Company I I who attend their concerts testify to I. Gardiner, Starke. 6-15-tf.
have recently turned out some 0. the popularity of these talented young 4 '

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cason, little son, timbers to be used for government, gentlemen. WANTED-To trade lot near High Bradford County Telegraph

Bryan, and Miss Estelle Carlton, Mrs. construction work. Among them wasa I I The public will beg lad to know thatso School for good milch cow. J. S.

Cason's sister of Plant City, were in faultless stick of heart pine 16x14 liberal a contribution as $25 was Mercer, Starke. *
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Starke Fla.
Starke Monday to ,visit relatives after inches by 22 feet in length, which was given the musicians to help on traveling i ;
having spent some time at Raiford.Mr. valued at $14.60, which shows the I expenses. Their last concert will WANTED-Heifer calves, 5 monthsold ).
the assembly at Lake City and up, $10 each delivered. God-
Cason is a prosperous truck grower enormous cost of construction works be given at
at Plant City. these days. either Thursday or Friday night. win, Harrell & Co., Sapp, Fla. 7-6-6t hd


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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 6. 1917. .



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CINXERS OF TWO STATES FORCED '- PLANTING OF MORE PEANUTS SELECT YOUR SEED CORNIt FORAGE FOR HOGS

ASSOCIATION. STATE MARKETING AND SOY BEANS URGED. --
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The Se
i Is Too Early Yet, But Keep the Ne- Sow Crops Now For Green Food After Beauty ret. I

the more extensive plant- in Mind. .
Urging cessity Midsummer.Now
JACKSONVILLE July 3.-For the Ladles:
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desire
beans G. A. 'Shatsistiblc
and
and BUREAU ing of peanuts soy '
co-operation J !
I purpose of general Cardwell agricultural and immigration 1 charmacompleiion.j gtd
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standardization of the business, the There was a scarcity of good seed is the time to prepare foragefor I'

- j, Florida-Georgia Ginners' Association Railroad agent has of addressed the Atlantic letter Coast to Line the corn this year, and there is nearly every feeding hogs so that there will be >ql trf) Of co_..i.

;1 was organized here last Thursday at a of, cottonseed-oil a mills in the year. There is likely to be a still a continual supply of fresh, green, suc- ti' they'dnot".18hotheza; }

most interesting meeting, A. D. Andrews The law to create a State Marketing owners greater scarcity next year, because the culent feed in late summer when the 6r' to know 1b
Carolinas and in the .. \ a a.L i
Virginia, courseof .
i I of Raiford, being elected president Bureau will become effective July 1, about high prices for grain will draw heav- growth is permanent and other pas- has been t IoiUUCf.
facts .
j which letter interesting ;
; E. L. Johnson, of Hawthorne, and plans are under way to put it into for and ily on this year's production, taking tures begins to slacken. Specialistsof 1 j "oa af0 the-'i
demands
j vice president, and R. E. McNeil, of operation. To enact a law is one thing the present peanut with it much of the surplus usually the United States Department of buy a bottle'fMagnolia
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: Live Oak, secretary. The decision was but to fully carry out its intent is an- soy bean products out are that presented.not only :; held over until spring. Also, there is Agriculture make the following sug-

: also made to have another meeting on other. That there is need of a public these Cardwellpoints valuable article are for likely to be an increase in the acreage gestions for such forage crops. Balm

,j July 25th in this city to consider a system of marketing there is no shadow products a planted next year through the neces- Rape

j number of matters of interest to the of doubt. To make it a success human food, and also for stock feed, sity of still greater production. It is Rape, which may be planted from LIQUID FACE POKIER _

'r long staple cotton ginners. will require most consistent and ear- but that there is an increasing demandfor very essential then that farmers select April until the middle of July, requires and uie according to *!mcle direQfy long.- ,;

t' The meeting was the result of efforts nest co-operation of all interests. the oils of peanuts and soy beansin seed this year and hold it for next an abundance of moisture, tem- mrnt tefrething.i* noticed Heals at Sunburn.once. Soothut.cooCnfS Mop t
-t-
j the arts and industries. As illustration taD-
f", t started recently by W. M. Ma- Without co-operation how can the it is mentioned that an -- year's planting, says the Universityof perate growing weather and rich soil. RrJ II'fcv. Rw,K.: i .

i rr j son, Jr., of the Wilson-Mason Company farmer-acting indi\dually-increase oil is, used in the manufacture soybean of 1 Florida experiment station. It is ready to pasture when about 8 75c.at'Dntgjtt*0'II>>N''f'd I. :

[ well known cotton factors. Before his profits and save for his own a partof ink Another advantage will result from inches high or six to eight weeks after Sample (either color) for 2c. Staaa, *
lli here list off distributing paints, printing soap, waterproof this forehandedness-farmers will be One will
the wasteful of from ten
the next meeting a present system sowing. acre graze South '
If' goods, medicines and in lubricatingand Lyon Mfg Co.. 40 Fifth St.('.ooklnK! '
every long staple cotton ginner in the the products of his farm? sure to have acclimated seed corn. It to'fifteen 100-pound shoats per month, 1 1

r. state will be compiled. All interested Can he alone by improving the qualityand lighting.In the Carolinas cottonseed oil mills is wasteful to plant Northern grown and if not too closely grazed will make _i I

will be invited to become members appearance of his products obtaina seed corn in Florida and expect to geta I a second growth for late fall planting.Soy \ -"
\ in the manufacture of WORDS
have ergaged FROM H
I t- of the association. price ample to pay him for the increased maximum, or even a paying, yield. Beans and Cow Peas ?ME
considerable
oil extent
to
f 1 Among those who joined as charter cost? soy-bean a The best source of seed corn in any These two legumes may be planted ; :
the mills of the Statements That
of South
t and are 3lay Be f
many
r members were L. A. Duncan, of Lake i An illustration as to the point is locality is the immediate vicinity. If from directly after corn planting time Ifestintet
? the of of Starke
,. .' t Butler. seen in an investigation undertakensome encouraging of both planting beans and peanuts.In larger. the corn grown there is doing well, it until the middle of July and ordinarily Testimony -- (,iUzen ,
soy
r Constitution and by-laws were time ago by the U. S. depart- acreage means that that corn has passed would be ready to graze about three
Texas Mr. Cardwell cites more thana When a Starko citizens Monies to
in through many generations in adapting months after planted. Pasture these tin>
adopted and the association put ment of agriculture in reference to the
j hundred cotton oil mills engaged in front, telling his friends a'fl
f' the itself to the climatic soil and I when the pods are almost mature, as neighboq
order. Owing to It estimated from
industry. was
thorough working egg last and it is of his experience,
: crushing peanuts year, weather I you can.rclv nn 101.
fact that the ginners are largely buyers the findings that the country produced 1 stated that the mills of Georgia and conditions of that locality.The the beans supply the most important sincerity.- The statement of

of long staple cotton, it has been $300,000,000 worth of eggs annually, 1 the Southeast generally are preparingto trying of new varieties shouldbe forage element. An acre of pasture residing in far peopy''
away do
t discouraged at the outset. With the will from fifteen to 100- places fist
found that a standardized daily mart but at least 15 per cent or $45,000,000was crush peanuts on larger scale dur- graze twenty command i-onfidence *
a whole world as his customer the far- for six weeks it your Home ea.
ket quotation is essential. It was stated lost through improper or careless ing the present year. The prices paid pound pigs provided dorsement is the kind that bach

i It that this would now be entirely pos- methods of handling before the eggs for soy beans and peanuts make the mer should attempt no. experimentthat is supplemented with a heavy corn ra Doan's Kidney Pills. Su moa
.1 sible. Mr. Mason was thanked for his left the farm. Eggs laid in dirty nestson for farmersto might result in failure, nor one tion. is ,
crop a very profitable one convincing. Investigation prove if i
courtesies in rising vote of thanks. the ground or old place, will which might result in only a halfsuccess. -
Sorghum
; t a any raise, and the managers of oil mills true. Below is a statemenT of a Stub
served to the visitors at well those lain in clean Florida acres must produce their broadcast in drills
not
i.. Lunch was keep as as are urged to encourage the farmersin Sorghum sown or resident. No stronger prof of merit
\ the rooms of the commerce body by i dry nests. Eggs left to stand in the their respective sections to plant maximum yields next year, for the latter part of corn planting sea- 1 can be had. *

, the Wilson-Mason Company. C. E. sun begin at once to deteriorate in soy beans and peanuts wherever prac- whether the war continues or not, the sons, is ready to pasture when 18 inches I W. W. Baisden says: "I ,sed Doaa'i 1

Peace of this city, was named assistant quality if they do not actually spoil. ticable. world will be hungry for American- high, or in six to eight weeks. Witha Kidney Pills about four y-ars fa

1. l, secretary, so that the matter of Dirty and under-sized eggs are poor Suggestions as to more desirable varieties grown feeds. grain ration of from 15 to 25 per kidney complaint. They did ago me f

" : handling notices to the membership sellers. The food supply of the coun- of both soy beans and peanutsare Unless there is a grower in the com- cent of tankage or meat meal, an acre world of good, curing ail symptoafpromptly.

3 t might be facilitated. try and the profits'of the farmer must included in Mr. Caldwell's letter munity making a specialty of raising will carry 15 to 20 pigs for a month. My back was strengthened

Long staple or Sea Island cotton naturally suffer by such methods. To pure seed, the farmer should select his Do not stuunted
and it is stated that both crops can be graze pigs on or sec- and I felt better in every way"Price i

is used in the making of sewing thread avoid these conditions requires the utmost planted on grain land up to July 15. It next This year's selection seed has from his own field. ond-growth plants, as these are liableto 50c, at all dealers. Doaf;

} high-grade laces and such things. It care on the part of the producer. many advantagesover cause poisoning.
is that the ask for
especially urged plantingof simply a kidney emedYtdDoan's ;
i the crib-selecting, for the growth of
the in the To results
commands highest price Now to point. get
,1 beans and
soy peanuts be engagedin Kidney Pills-th i same that
realm of King Cotton, the price Thurs- and show the benefit and need of cooperation the stalk and the position of the ear
at this time for defeat- MR. SHAW WARNS FARMERS. cured Mr. Fo
i as a means Baijjden. ?ter.MilbamJCo.
the stalk has
much with the
on to do
around 70 cents pound. the concentratedits
.:; day being per efforts in department one state-Kansas.. A which ing the is ravages of the boll weevil, desirability of the ear for seed. Theseare ., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.| ((3111 }.
steadily encroaching on the ---
I campaign of education was inaugurated things that cannot be determinedby Among the visitors to Callahan on 7
DIPPING AT ALFALFAs Southeast cotton-raising section in its
s various co-operative associationswere choosing the ear in the crib. Tuesday was Jas. Shaw, of Hilliard, Make your letterheads advertise,
march from the Rio Grande to the At-
organized, producers and buyers lantic Ocean. Farmers who are interested in selecting county demonstration agent, who came your business. Give them individual.

Treatment Given to Almost Every Animal worked in harmony, care was given to War the best ears of corn for seed over on official business. :Mr.; Shaw ity, make them distincthc; noticeable
conditions which have
: production, eggs were graded and top- prevented should ask their county agent to help went from here to Bryceville, Kent -not commonplace. Us; good stock;
o in the Neighborhood. the importation of peanut and soy them. And in counties the and have them printed 1:Jy the Tele;:1
ped the market in quality and price, some experienced and other points in the south and west
bean oil in former
volume create
and shipments are now being made by condition which is likely to, continuefor a corn club boy might lend ends of the county. While in the city graph. 1\ 'I

i valuable assistance. :Mr.; Shaw called at the Leader office
The cattle dipping at the new vat at train loads. What is being done with some years, during which there
'
j showing eggs in Kansas can be done in Florida and told us of the presence of boll
Alfalfa was a great success, will be a demand at very profitable .EDGAR@EYESOptician f
with well other SIMPLE METHODS OF COMBAT weevils in sections of the coun-
that our farmers are becoming alive to eggs as as productsof prices for all the peanuts and soy many

the vital necessity of cattle tick erad- the farm. beans that can be raised in the cottonbelt.Manufacturer's TING THE BOLL WEEVIL ty, particularly in the northern por- JesT- I

ication. Florida is an agricultural state and I Record.CARLOAD tion-around Kings Ferry and Bou- JACKSONVIiLLET'.fUBroken ;

large returns are possible hereon lim- logne. His present visit over the L r
cattle and hogs had E. K. t\ses Duplic&t4
Though some Green, of the Branford Hardware -
ited obtain in few county is on account of this condition
areas as other Same Day as RceitvcdWeScxdalize S i
already been dipped, Messrs. Yarbor- CATTLE SHIPPED. Company furnishes the following
states. Farming can be made profit- and he states that he expects to find on fcil I Orders.ltr fty fahftr !
who built the vat
ough and Humphrey, the able, but it is not possible unless there 0. K. Garrett, a stock buyer of Ba- plan for combatting the boll weevil, boll weevils in nearly all sections. Mr. 140 W rORJVTM >> j jI jIt ji
have inaugurationof
had decided to I which is
being practiced Mr. J. E.
by
last Satur- is a successful and contented rural ker county, was in the Sampson City Shaw is desirous of informing the farmers -
this public utility on Lowe, who formerly lived Live
from population with farm-raised boys and section last week and bought up beef near I. how to tell when their cotton
day. Many had come Hampton, Oak, but who now resides in lafay-
to girls retained at home. The young cattle. The animals, 31 in number, squares are infested and requests us
other
Starke and places
Lawtey ette
The
the and the folks can be kept there if they are were shipped from Starke last Thurs- county. plan is'ery simple to publish the following: lET
witness process, neighboring and inexpensive, and Mr. Lowe is
farmers had brought their cattleto given recognition and made to feel the day. They were mostly steers in good quoted as saying that he has found it Whenever the weevil punctures the YOUR

be dipped. The pens and the vat responsibility and given a share in the condition and a few bulls. The car successful. Mr. Green square the petals flare open, turn yellow -

conveniently located on the Starke proceeds. The boys and girls are need- was consigned to the Armour Pack- very He says: and soon drop to the ground, and
are places of
large
ed the farm to the minds of House Jacksonville. a pan water cov- SUPPLY YOUR t t14'1d0t1
and Lawtey public road, a short distance on keep ing ered with kerosene about in the field upon examination of the infested :

southeast from R. S. Humphrey's parents young and their spirits sweet. and puts a lantern in the He square a small white worm will be )a .1w
residence.The They are needed there to combine and HOGS DIE SUDDENLY ON THE pan. says found inside of the square. The dam- :
that the
boll weevil will the
fly to I
make better from experience the GROOVER FARM. age is done by this worm, which is the i
vat is of concrete and resemblesa light and fall in the water. He states I
greatest and most important businesson weevil. In few this IE
box sunk in the ground. that some morning the is full young a very days .
long, narrow pan not ,,
earth. By all means let the far- Forty hogs died suddenly in a pas- of worm will reach the adult stage and .../ 'rJ..r' n_ ...
The entrance end is very steep, to only the boll weevil but all kindsof ../'" 1 "
mer be led to properly estimate his ture on the S. M. Groover farm near will lay about twelve eggs a day. In c.JJ"f
cause the cattle to slide into it, while insects. He states that it is "
r high and honorable place in the com- Pidcock Wednesday. When Mrl Groo- very the course of a season one weevil will ""I'r.r.; '; ;: r
little ..1'JIl./ i.
trouble
the other end is less steep and provided and I thought that it !.
with cleats to allow them to get munity. Our own Washington was ver discovered them late in the after- might be of interest since there is so produce thousands, which makes the : ) c":, .
'more enamored of the farm than the noon they had been dead only few insect such a menace to the cotton
a
out. At the exit end is a concrete much talk of the boll weevil. I think
floor to catch the drip and allow it to tented field, and pronounced agricul- hours and some were dying then. Heat that the government advised using crop. The proper thing to do is togo GARDEN and fl ElD ,
ture "the most healthy, the most use- turned them of the field twice week and
run back into the vat. once out the pasture this method of destroying the caterpillars over a col- :
ful and the most noble employment of and sent for lect all infected
a veterinary doctor. After and burn
i squares SEEDS
Mr. A. C. Stever, a government ex- some years ago, if ,I am not
A and virile rural
pert, was expected to be present to man. sterling pop- an examination it was decided the mistaken.-Live Oak Citizen. them. By pursuing this method a
mix the ingredients ulation cannot exist unless the farmsare hogs did not have cholera, but had crop may be made, but if the field is
properly dipping ,
the and it. lie owned by those who operate them, probably been poisoned by eating neglected and the insects allowed to 1 ESPECIALLY ADAPTS
oversee explain
did not arrive process when expected, and Mr. and the operators will not own the young cockle burr shoots, which are G. M. Bailey, who operates a cotton go unmolested, the entire crop will be A FORiYOURSTATE.FREE; : .

Yarborough reluctantly announcedthat farms unless farming pays.A known to be poisonous. Doses of salts gin and buys cotton in season at Kirk- ruined. The boll weevil attacks sea -

no dipping could be done that day, problem confronting America is were administered and no more of the land told the other day that this talk island cotton more readily than short

as he had no definite instructions on the coming of millions from alien hogs died. Mr. Groover furnished this about catching boll weevils was noth- staple.-Callahan Leader. -ST OUR t"t STRUCTi 'E CATALOG .

mixing the ingredients and test the lands, a problem to be intensified when account of the matter, as he thought ing new. His son had tried out the experiment eAND. WEEKLY PRICEU5T,

dipping liquid, but would go to Jacksonville the where war closes, coming from countries ''I" other farmers might have a similar in their cotton field at night Optimistic Thought So SEND FOR THEM TO' I .

the full energy is now carrying forward situation to deal with, and the high with a light. There appeared to be no "
: following day to get Without dangerdanger cannot be ,
[;;jj instructions and testing apparatus, many forms of i industry and destruction I price of hogs makes them very im- weevil in their field, but in a, neighbor's surmounted. : EA.MARTI NISEEOCD.r.

arid the dipping would take place on at a high pitch, but when peace portant. He had 125 hogs in the pas- field he was successful in catching I !'\ JACK5QNYLLLRASWhat
comes there will be a dismal taking of I and /f0'
ture in all lost
: Monday. However, as many of those forty.Quitman the genuine weevil'which was attracted .
J stock, and under the dull burden of Free Press. OUR GRANDFATHERS
had how the by the light.Mr. .
to
present come just see
dipping was done, he let a few head taxes favored, eyes will be turned to this most Bailey is of the opinion that by drenched horses for colic. That was is LAXFOSLAXFOS :
land.
Many of these --
i| of cattle "go through the motions" in new burning stumps about in the field at the old way which was uncertain and
comers of other tongues will become together this IS JH IMPROVtlj CASCARA
on marketing proposition. /
unsafe. Farris' Colic
does
|?11 the vat, which had the required depth night many of the weevils can be destroyed Remedy Cathartif
tenants and adapt themselves to conditions Its plans and purposes will soon with drenching-is A Digestive Liquid Laxative,
Lii This method not all away applied on
of
water. under which A be made The may get and Liver Tonic. Contains,ascara Bark,'
they developed. public. members of the the horses with
of them, but the experiment is worth tongue a dropper that
After the cows had entered the nar- Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb! Root Black
tenantry class is a peasant class, living Farmers Union of the state and nation comes packed in each bottle. Get
Live it
row chute which led to the vat, there in conditions not unlike the slumsof are solidly behind it. Let trying.- Oak Democrat. Root,May Apple Root, aLeavtSIMPepsin.
every today. We it. D. C. !
guarantee Jones *
1 Combines with pi* :
was nothing to do but go ahead. They the great cities. Such possibilitiesmust farmer of the state get behind it. The Starke Fla. June strength\ &
,
THE GLORY OF THE FARMER. 1-8-15-22-29. table aromatic taste. Doeslrot gripe.
y hesitated entering the dark water, but be resisted by every known finding., of.a market is not all. It meansthat i

after getting onto the steep approach means. An educational campaign to the farmer must produce staple - --- 4. -:i -=::::;.;-:

they slid down. They were completely show that farming is a profession and crops and these crops must be properly Ralph Waldo Emerson once said of I j

'\ immersed, even the ends of the has its duties and rights to be protected graded and packed. It means sys- the glory of the farmer: t .

'. horns being submerged, but after a and encouraged, will be justifiedfor tem and organization along the whole "The glory of the farmer is thatin c '1

couple of seconds they began to climb generations to come. line, from seed selection to the standardization the division of labor, it is his part Stains,Varnishes ,I t, ., ti

1 out. They shook their dripping bodies The results of the investigation of ]1, of all products of garden, to create. All trade rests at last upon

,., but were none the worse for the experience the census of 1910, showed the distri- I 1 I grove field and range. his primitive activity. He stands closeto and ProducesHandRubbed

as ducking their heads under bution of the cost of American farm The fact before the farmers of Flor- nature; he obtains from the earth
;
water to eat grass from the bottom of products, of thirteen billions of dollarsin ida is to think, study and practice cooperation the bread and the meat. The food Effect .-.

rivers is often done by cows. percentage on the basis of 100, was Success in banking, man- which was not, he causes to be. The s

But a little later Mr. Stever arrived as follows: I ufacturing and merchandising rests first farmer was the first man, and all In One Operation 'I j

i gave the proper_instructions. and Received bv. farmers unn --________________-IK__0 1_ I, upon co-operation and system. The his historic nobility rests on posses- = =' c"

started the work. The dipping was Received by R. R. ____________ 3.8 message of the marketing bureau is sion and use of land." Formerly Rt'juired Three 1

resumed Monday, and the interest Legitimate expense of selling_ 9.2 that the country people of Florida

\ spreading, was continued Tuesday. Waste in selling --_________..12.0 must get together for their own inter- GOOD TACTICKS.Give .

There is probably not an animal of the Profits of dealers ____________28.9 est and benefit. The secret of successis ., !

\, bovine tribe for a considerable radius The waste that year in selling wasa in united efficiency, wherein special- the ticks ticket to the dipping ""- n ;

of Alfalfa, that was not dipped. Not billion and a half, or $17 per cap- ization is set over against generalization ca :

only does the dipping make the ticks ita-or five times the assessed valua- and concentration over against vat.The more ticks ,the fewer pounds of : j

sick, but for many days afterward the tion of Florida-and combined with disorder and looseness. That is the meat l
quarts of milk, pats of butter.If J 0 'IIN.
cattle will not be bothered by gnats quick profits of dealers for handlingruns practical thing-and nothing is whole- you really believe in efficiency, I i

and mosquitoes. To completely erad- quite to the amount received by some and enduring that is not prac- take ticks off and put leeches on-they For AU Woodwork and |
icate the ticks two or three dippings the orignal producers for their year'swork. tical. Furntturt .1
It is said that cattle do the same work, but faster. gives the soft, rich, hand-rubbed finish which dfctln-flishcs the
i are necessary. Co-operation in America is lim- That the stricken world is anxious is The days of
after one or two dippings do not objectto ited for various cupping for blood are most expensive and up-to-date .
reasons, but in the heard in the cry from the cities, gov- over-dip that tick. furnitura.

the immersion.It main because of the farmer spirit of ernment offices, from ships and army A dipping vat not be able to With Veh'o-Tone you> can transform your whole home nale all: the

is hoped that every cattle owner going it alone, of distrust of each other fronts, that "the war will be won or float battleship may but it furniture look new and modern, and the woodwork in harm>ny with it.in"one"in .

will avail himself of this utility, for if and to the fact that corporations lost by the farmers." If the farmers the a can help feed Vel\'o.Tone; i very"Ztf00* can get the same siftelveteffectQuigley ,

he does not, those cattle dipped will navy. formerly. required and hood .
by organization have gotten control get together and staiIlingarui.hifi
keep together in How
cooperation much of your feed is going to .rubbing by an expert.
again ticks from the undipped ones in :
get large part of handling and distribu- as is the case with armies, fatten blood-sucking ticks?

The just charge barely for enough dipping to is pay very for small the, tine Marketing food products.bureaus in there navies will and other forms of business, Every dipping vat is a solid founda- Lumber and Co.

are operationin be no question as to their tion for the nation's store house.A Supply
trouble and the chemicals. To allow
a number of American states, and permanent ascendency and

ticks to suck the life blood of the cat- I t I as farmers co-operate they profit by in having a full say so in supremacy all of the Telegraph ad will add to Starke Fla. ''jl'jlI

tle is a waste no farmer can afford. it. The farmers of Florida must get affairs of commerce and government. profits. Try one. your I i


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est the fresh asu. Tne farther end eral Crandall,'iW'rkln 'host Would era," she murmureQ. The man smihed I Circuit Court in and for Bradford County, 1,

i iI of the faint tracing moved-yes, moved she lock her lips and see a man walk appreciation."Do "Not believe!" Her hand went to the !. Florida, I will sell at public outcry in froni J.

i like a threadworm groping its way blindfolded to his death? you know," he said, "after I bad: ribbon belt she wore and broughtout of the court house door in Starke. BraJfoi.l

side tLines alobg a stick. A few minutes before 5 o'clock Major sent them I thought you'd consider mea the silver cigarette case. This she August County A.Florida D. 1917.on during Monday the, the legal 6th hoar day of of.:

"Now, what are they all doing out Bishop was announced at Government bit-prompt." passed to him with a swift gesture. sale on said day for the purpose of the payment '

there," Kitty Sherman was asking- House and received by General "I am learning something every day "Aimer, the Hotel Splendide man, of the debts of E. W. Drifnters.. .1.'t eaj.- .j'
ed, all the following described real "all those men running top speed with Crandall in the library. Before Jal- -about Englishmen," Jane managedto gave me this today at parade, urging Bradford County, Florida, to-wit: Corimen- "a.

I their guns carried up so high?" answer, with a ghost of a smile. that I deliver it to you." She was inir at MV corner of Northwest 'Quarter (-(

"Bayonet charge," Kimball answer Lady Crandall who had been vainly speaking hurriedly. "By a miraclethe Northwest South 105 feet.Quarter West and 525 run feet EasIi North :!l';',5 fe fet,. .

ed. "Nothing like the real thing, of ringing for Jaimihr Khan, excused her strangest circumstance in the worldI to point of beginning, said land lying and ,,*. ,

course." self on the necessity of looking after learned the message!; this cigarettecase : ing in Section 33, Township 6, South Range
:22! Etet. ALso the following described real ,
DERR DIGGERS estate
By EARL Jane Gerson was watching the twi.it- the tea things."I was to carry to you. Oh, no; Innocently in Alachua County. florida. tu-wd : Eas

AND Ing and writhing of that filament of fancy you New Yorkers suffer enough on my part-it came half of Southeast Quarter of Section :6 4 Township .
7, Range U, to the highest and tot bi!.
from chance I must not take tho time
:J WELLS RITCHIE[ brown against the white. An invisible t most newness-newness right out by a der for cash

ROBERT hand was writing In brown ink rle of the shop," Jane heard the captain to explain." ". E. M. JOHNS.65L :I ..

.opyright 1315 by the Botbs-Mer- I on the side of the cigarette-writing saying. "But the old things are the "A message from-Almer to me?" Comiai*ion ';.

,\.1 rlU Co. I backward and away from the burning a best Imagine the monks of a long Woodhouse could not conceal the start MASTER'S SALE. THereby

tip. Letters of silver nitrate formed ago yesterday toasting themselves before her words gave him. He took a step notice is given that under and by

:-ri' SYNOPSIS themselves under her e'es. Kimball r trUi this ancient fireplace. He waved toward her eagerly. virtue of that certain final decree of fort.
"Yes You must have It closure made and entered by the JuJ, e nf tbd
toward the massive Gothic mantel a message.
took the cigarette from his and 8th Judicial Circuit of
j oprevious to the outbreak of the Eu lips Florida in and tit
11'- war Jane Get son, buyer for a New held It by his side for a minute. He ,. bridging a cavernous fireplace. An old to protect yourself. The message was Bradford County, in chancery, on the 2"h y
chime bell with this: day of June A. D .1917. in favor of W. :. j
Woodhouse weathering
Captain green ,
meets a
bouse and Kitty were busy with each other'scompany Weeks, as complainant and against ('ac.Davis .*>-
strain for Paris. He tells her he la en for the time ignoring Jane. hung on a low frame beside the fire- Informer has denounced you toIler and his wife May Davis, as def-ndanil! i i
for Et YPtLllLy. her throat Over the undersigned as Special Master Ch
dogs. voice died in in :<-
She burned with and with )
curiosity eery will offer for sale and
sell in
a spy meets Billy Capper, an- excitement mounting like the fire of "You're mistaken; that's manufactured Captain Woodhouse's shoulder she sawa the court house door in Starke ltradfl front Jsf i;
spy, In Berlin. She promises him a antiquity Jane caught him door General Crandall and County. Florida,
:.- wine to her brain. Would he up. open. a during the legal hours l"f '
.h. and a number with the WllhelmnjM. never Crandall told last that uniform sale on Monday the 6th day of August A.
night short fat officer's
"Lady me man in entered .
: Then Woodhouse meets Louisa put that cigarette to his lips again, so 9 1 1917 to the highest and best bidder for ca f.
observed by some American tour- fireplace Is Just five years old. One of the library. the following' described real estate, lying II 3
-1s the could follow the / ? So
Henry Sherman and familY Invisible pen the preceding governor's hobbles It being in Bradford County, Florida! to-wv : I
ry fleeting, eo evanescent, that worm Seven acres more or less in tht Snuth. .t c
"TlfoodlJouse (the name Is assumed) Is in track on the paper, wrought by fire ..r have a little commission: for )01Jaimihr /, was CHAPTER XVII. corner of Southeast Quarter of Northwit '
j plot with Louisa to Impersonate an Eng- ." Woodhouse caught at her answer Quarter of Section Twenty-two. Township! :Sx
IIIIi cfflcer of that name, who Is to be and by fire to be consumed! A mys- with a quick lifting of the brows. lie The Third Degree South Range Twenty-two East. ( 't

jtferred from Wady Haifa to take tery vanishing even as It was aborn miter Khan, who had preceded the visitor turned again to feast his eyes on the afternoon Captain Wood- Special Master A. S. CREWS.ta Chance-t. 1
of the signal tower at Gibraltar.
. ycQ1boul8 elute by agreement purloins Cap- ing! After ages the unconscious Kimball through the double doors from the girl's piquant face, even more alluring :' General Crandall D. E. KNIGHT 1 -t!

mft Wilhelmstrasse number. set the cigarette again In his lips. hall, could retire his master stoppedhim. now because of the fleeting color that 'lCrOD forward and shook the Solicitor for Complainant .6.f*. j

k Woodhouse proceeds to Alexandria and nformer has denounced you to Cran- left the cheeks with a tea rose's cold- hand cordially. BANK STATEMENT. t-

Bamleh seeks Dr. Koch, a German spy. to-dall-play your game and he will be slow "One minute, Jaimihr! Have a seat ness. "Miss Gerson :Major Bishop of my Report of the condition of the Hank >f :_

1II'1bo-'s and makes him the trouble.number. Capper apytjn Again the cigarette came away inKimball's Bishop. Glad you've come a bit early. "Miss Gerson, something I have doneor staff." the Starkeat close of Starkein business June the State 20, 1917.of Florida 5 It 'J!

Come here, Jaimihr." said"-the man was laboring after Jane acknowledged the Introduction. Resources f

'Woodnonje allay* Koch's suspicion hand. Acting ,on impulseslid The tall, rep Capper secretes himself in a neighboring did not stop to, question, Jane county and municipal bonds, -. 4.0iPti-l
and iples on Dr. Koch. glided to General Crandall's side. His maybe I am respon"She Ing with Woodhouse expectantly. Withan Banking house furniture and fixtures S.4fif/; i
pri cn struck It from the young man's out- thin ascetic features were set in their turned from him with a slight air of ill assumed ease, the governor Other real estate --__-___--_____ 2WV': f,
Caliper: sees the real Woodhouse borne stretched hand and set her foot on It Due from incorporated banks X,9ry i-i 1
lot unconscious from Dr. Koch's house as It fell In the dust usual mold of unseeing detachment shudder. Her hand was extended In made them known to each other. Checks and exchanges for clearing .4615

gal follows the pseudo Woodhouse to GlIctluU. Only his dark eyes showed animation. mute appeal for silence. lie waited "Major Bishop, your new man in the Cash on hand -____._______ ,______ :!,41! !I
The latter stops overnight with "Oh I'm clumsy! She fell lightly County warrants _____________. 641;41
"Yes, my general, he said as he while his eyes followed the heaving of signal tower, Captain Woodhouse, .
Almer, proprietor of the Hotel against Kimball's shoulder and caught ---5'-:
'6ple Joseph dlde, and a German spy. Louisa laIt herself In well simulated confusion. stopped before the Englishman. her shoulders under the emotion that from Wady HaIfa Captain, do you Total ----------Liabilities________________.' ,8" h :

Gibraltar: In disguise. "I have a little commission for you, was riickki,:? bi-r. Suddenly she faced happen to remember the major? Wasa
"Standing tiptoe to see what that man Capital stock paid in ___n_______.!r.Oo",.,) ...
-' Henry Sherman and family are stopping Jaimihr," General Crandall began, him again! IIntl1'11.; iibhcd from her captain when you were here on the Surplus fund 3,0010" I \
on a horse Is going to do, lost my bal Undivided
Splendide. Suddenly Jane Gerson his words "The in abandon of terror Rock in the engineers." profits less( exprn** and < j
with an : captain
tt the weighing care. lips .
taxes ______ _
ance. And-and your precious cigarettegoner' paid ------- _______ 7H4.T4:
appears having with difficulty left Paris I utmost discretion. You understand?" "Captain: 1 WnwIJoa-: : I know too "I'm afraid we never met," Wood- Individual deposits subject to check. 41.00-10

An await a boatjay "The utmost. I understand." Jai much-ab'iiit you and why you are house began easily "I was here sucha Time certificates of deposit _. nli 13.
: Crandall; the American wife of GI- The anguish In Jane Gerson's voice Notes and bills rediscounted ______ 7,1i\; \)
,
mihr Khan's lips moved ever so slightly here. Oh more thsa I want to! .\( short time. Expected to meet Ma-

Inltar (with O"ernorslts.lanes samples the Splendlde.of gowns IsLtlghted real.was not play. It was real-terribly and his eyes looked steadily ahead. cident-bad luck bi-Ikve: tie it is not jor Bishop when I reported at his office State Total of------______________.__n__,f-i, tr.1
Florida County of Bradford J
Bd invites her' to stay at Government "In the course of a few minutes Cap- 'u) bci'Mii? tat! I know you are this morning, but be was over at I. T. H. Halligan.' cashier of the ab.we,: -napr-> .

JI aIe. Woodhouse encounters Jane, but tain Woodhouse of the signal service i-&"- the wireless station, his aid told me." ed bank, do solemnly swear that thr aLyestatement

Ittles any previous meeting. CHAPTER XVI. will be here to tea" the general began. HP had started forward at her out "Right, captain!'' Bishop chirped, and belief.is true to the best of my knowledge.

:.Amu informs Woodhouse that a friend The Captain Comes to Tea. The Indian repeated mechanically, burst and now he stood very close to shaking his subordinate's hand. "I- T. H. HALLIC. N,

to stationed the at Government tower House and GERSOX, alone for the "Cap-tain Wood-house." her his gray eyes cold and unchanging ah-imagine this is the first time we've Subscribed Ca.l I'iI r.
signal mine
tlltt' from every and sworn to bt fore me this rd
fc the harbor can be exploded. The Britfcb [WANE r time since the Incident of "As soon as you have ushered him met. lIe put the least shade of emphasis day of July A. D. 1917. I;

I Beet is due.Woodhouse cigarette on the parade into this room you will go as quickly "Say it-say the word! I'm not on the verb. A. s. CR: \\'S, f.

pays his respects to General a few hours back, sat as you can to the west barracks. His afraid to hear it," he commanded Woodhouse met his eyes boldly. CORRECT-ATTEST: Notary 'ul1c.

Crudall. and Capper follows to Inform : before a narrow window in her room room will be No. 3G, on the second gal tensely. She drew back from him a Lady Crandall, bustling in at this minute E. S. MATTHKWS.

:pon JUnUth.him and tells of his experience at I at Government House fighting a great lery. You will enter his room with a little wildly, her hands fluttering up directed a maid where to wheel A G. C..H.LIVINGSTON FREEMAN. DrectGrs.;

Crandall has his suspicions aroused con- bewilderment.Could key I shall give you and search It from as if to fend him off. the tea wagon; while Jane went to "-

cenlnc Woodhouse but nevertheless order there now be any doubt of end to end-everything in It. Anythingthat "You-you are in great danger this assist her with the pouring. The men 00000004C 00eD'> a 0

Capper out of Gibraltar what she felt to be the truth? First, is of a suspicious nature-you understand minute. You were brought here this soon had their cups!' and the gen- 0 ,0 .

Cnndall questions Jane Gerson about she had met Captain Woodhouse on Jaimihr, what that might be eraj and major contrived to group 0 TRAIN SCHEDULE. \0 ,\

Woodhouse suspecting a previous acquaintance the Express du Nord-an officer In the -you will bring here to me at once." themselves with Woodhouse sitting be- ------ ,,0 {

but gains no information. English army, by his own statement "It shall be done General Sahib." tween them. Sir (;eor;:(', affecting a New time table went into effect": >

'Aimer swids Woodhouse a warning that returning from leave in England to his "No one officer or man, must sus- gruff geniality: launched n question: 012:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917.: >

fc* has been denounced by Capper, making post in Egypt. Then the encounter of pect your errand. No one must see t "Rock look familiar to you Cap- 0 and trains will run as follows: \t.>

Jane an unconscious go-between. last night at the Hotel Spleudide. Captain you enter or leave that room." ( tain?" c i t.i .

Woodhouse Is put to a severe test and Woudhouse first denying his idea "Xo one," the Indian repeated. "After a (fashion; je!;." \VO Jacksonville to Tampa.

stow examination at Government House, tlty, then admitting: it under the enforced General Crandall went to a wall safe slowly.! "Though three :':4' No. 3-----___________10:55: a. m.* >
bat manages to allay suspicions. Jane
pledge that she should not reveal months is short time for to 0 No. 1 _________llU ,> <
helps him at a critical moment. set by the side of the double doors, s' a one ------ p.
the former mwtiug. Captain I' .
4 No. 15
"Floridian"2:37 ?>
get a lasting impression. p.
turned combination and it.
The! British fleet enters the harbor. Woudhouse, not in Ilsypt but at Gibraltar opened 0 ml 0
Crandall's Indian body servant. Jaimihr and sue had He took from a drawer therein a "Nonsense: the general reproved I t
learned
as soon 0
Chan reveals himself to Woodhouse as a bunch of keys, selected one and passed gustily. cnie places! you see once Jacksonville to Cedar Key.
German spy. i there with papers of transfer from anEgyptian never forget This old Rock is
: it to Jaimihr Khan. you ;
; post to the garrison of the 0
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sane: COOK ? cigarette case front Kock. Following this surprise had "The utmost care remember!" he r I IIJt one of the fiera.! "i-\ Bishop? 0 Tampa'to Jacksonville. &
"I don't know, the! chunky little officer -
Almer's outstretched hang :;>ilv Cran- come General Craudall's dngfrwl: : exam- warned a?'aiu. 4No. 4_______________ 3:2G p. n': $
dill had told her the captain would De ination of that morning-his blunt declaration "Is it likely I should fail you this ri-plitil. "The (toners back home 0 No. .
2_______________ 4:51: a. mlNo. .
In for tea that afternoon. It was a that a serious question as to time, General Sahib, when so many never pvt> mo a dt.'ineo to get away < 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 .
p. n.
small matter, this accommodation, as the captain's position at Gibraltar had times I have succeeded?" and forget: There was a pause as I to I ,4

long as Almer did not insinuate he arisen and his equally plain spoken rake the search complete." Gen- the moil sir ,-d their! ten Woodhouse 0 Cedar Key to Jacksonville. :

bid not done-any Impertinence imply threat to have the truth from her con eral Crandall ignored his servant's broke the silence: ,
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t < No. 20______________ 9:18 a- m
any overeagerness: on her part to perform cerning her knowledge of the suspected question. "Rut return as quickly as "Man can lie stationed in worse 0 0

so minor a service for the officer. officer. you can. I shall keep Captain Wood- places than G'.bralu';;: 4 Starke and W amtee. $

,.Almer bowed his thanks and lost himself To cap all, the message on the ciga- house here until! you do so. You must "Let me see. Captain' Coo;house"it 0 (Daily Except Sunday)

: in the crowd. Jane turned again rette! An Informer-she guessed the report to me before he leaves this was little iis'j: :

'to Where Kitty and Kimball were chat- prefix to the unfinished word-had denounced house." probe-"j'ou must have I ecu here in 4 No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. 4

ting. "you" to General Crandall. To "When the moment arrives your servo the days when l"l':1ifI1; wag governor-' 0 0 t
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"A dun for extra service the landlord whom the pronoun referred was un- ant shall fly General: Sahib," the In saw your papers' dove it that you were 0 T, J. GRIFFIN, *
here three month- In ii'iieteeu: seven." Agent -?>
In
takaLle-\lm'r's to
forgot last night. I'll wager. the youth eagerness dian replied, and withdrew."I .
"
retted her. sure Captain Woodhouse's receivingthe "Yes. CrateiMi wi-s governor then! 8 4
say, general, you have a great
defined that.A \Woodhouse \ rl'd giunledly. 004444444444.rcr'04
"Oh no Just a little present Jane cigarette case plainly deal of faith in ;your Indian," Bishop "
laughed back at him holding! up the hotel keeper warns an officer In the ventured accepting' : a cigarette from I "You never saw him. general

iflver case. "Withlmer"s compliments Gibraltar garrison that he has been his superior's case "Hat her a delicate G ta.r.l? Bishop ttiruet' to Sir; Gi'oreo.; "Hi?, r--

T to Captain WooJhcu-se, who forgot denounced, but in the same message commission him." bluff, bluMcriii:: chap, with voice line> General InsuranceI
you've given
"It is not my seeking that I know you the bull of Bishan. K.dhouse, here,
him to" i :
own
it when he gave up his room to- adjures iy your game. "Absolute faith, yes. Been with me are a-a"- "

day. I've promised to turn it over to That was the silicic; compelling fact fire years-picked him up in Hangoon he'll rei-ouni/e my portrait. represent none but FIRST

the captain and save the hotel man a Jane Gerson flusheJ-in auger, or was have tried him many times and found afternoon to be trapped-exposed andmade" Woodhouse smiled secret disdainfor CLASS companies and will be

lot of trouble and red tape getting amessenger it through guilt?-when she found her '- the thmis-y trap was iu that smile.
him as loyal as any officer in the serv constantly on the alert to pro-
through to the captain'squarters" lips framing the word "&py!" ice." General Crandall put in his "I'a9 fully aware of that when 1 "I'm afraid! 1 d t not ho s-aid. "Cral- mote interests. Guarantee

Now she understood why General ('ame1Is Gerson," he interrupted."The fren was considered a small almost a your
words enough pmphnsis to carry slight; ,
Crandall had put her on the prill-why suddenlyso delicate man." He had recognized the courteous treatment to ell pa +
"By Jove.1"! Kimball's tired eyesIlghted rebuke for the other's Implied criticism.But invitation, coming so
he, Informed, had leaped to the significance bungling emphasis, laid by Bishop onCralgen's trons. A well written policy bya
up with a quick flash of smok- the pursy little major was too sure pressing-I think I read it aright""But
er's yearning. "A life saver! Came of the gift of roses and deduced of the fine terms of personal friend- the promise you made me give t h1rartel'l.tics, and his answer first-class agent in a first-

away from my room without my pet her previous acquaintance with their ship between himself and his superiorto last night!" Sudden resentment brushed was pretty safely drawn by class company sometimes means

EQ"ptlans-lIr Sherman yelling at me donor. Her host was not after all. the feel embarrassment "Now, as to our aside for the instant the girl's first I choosing the oppositcs.' Bishop looked much in case of loss by fire.

to hurry or we'd miss this slow show possessor of magical lowers of minJ plan for Woodhouse's reception-this flood of sympathy. "That has involr- flustered for an instant then admitted

and all that I'm going to play the reading. lie was. instead, just the sober affair of Craigen's wife; we might as ed me with you. Oh that was unfairto Woodhouse was right. He bad con- H. C. RICHARD, Starke
fused Sir David Cralgen with his predecessor -
of the
panhandler and beg one of your cap conscientious protector well agree on pointi so that"lIe make me promise I would not allude .. --11
tain friend's smokes. He must be a Rock on whom rested responsibility heard his wife's voice In the room off to-to our first meeting!" he said in excuse."I _. -
for the lives of Its defenders and the fancy I ought; to remember the
food sort or you wouldn't be doing the library and broke off abruptly. "Involved you?" lIe closed one of
maintenance of England's flag there. man. I had tea In this very room with i it
little favors for him, Miss Gerson. "Confound it! The women are com her hands in his as if to calm her and i
him several times, Woodhouse ven
Come, now: in your capacity as temporary His duty was to catch-and shoot- ing! Just step Into my room with me force more rational speech. "Then
spies. tured. He let his eyes rove as if in R. DavIs
executrix: will you Invest one and we'll go over this little matter have Leen""Questioned J.
you reminiscence. "Much the same here
of Shoot spies! The girl's heart contracted i
the
captain's cigarettes In a demandof major.
General Crandall-
by as-except, General Crandall, I don't
at the thought No, no! She
real charttrrKeen would not she could not, reveal to the General I Crandall held open a small about ;you," she broke In, struggling recall that fireplace." He Indicated the & Company i :
desire was scarcely veiled un door at the left of his desk and followed slightly to free her hand. "Questionedand
bad. That heavy gothic ornament en the oppositeside
she
the knowledge
der Kimball's fiction of light patter. governor Bishop through. Lady Crandalland even bullied and threatened." of the room.
Smilingly the extended the would be to send death to a man as Jane entered the almost .1
girl case library "And promise?" The the
you kept your Jane caught her breath under
to him surely as if hers was the finger at the
at the same time.
I question was put so low Jane could surge of secret elation. The resource INSURANCE I II
"Jest to make It businesslike the trigger. "This tea of George's is preposterous -
,
nodded.
hardly catch It She slowly of the man so to turn to advantage; a
executrix demands note for-umtoty Jane Gerson was on her feet now. ," the lady of Government House
your "Miss Gerson. you will never ha"ecause fact that she, had carelessly given him O
days, say. 'For one cigarette received pacing the room. Over and over again was grumbling "Said we must have to regret that you did." Wood- In their conversation of a few minutes FloriJa
I she told herself that this man who had this man from Egypt here at once." Starke
promise to pay' of
house pressed her hand with almost back! The girl paw a flicker sur- :-: | |
"Glvenr! He pulled a gold pencil ccme into her life, obliquely enough, "If you were English no tea couldbe fierce intenseness, then let It go. Her prise cress General Crandall's face. -

from his pocket and made a pretense had no claim on her, had brought noth- preposterous" Jane countered face was flaming now under the stressof Lady Crandall broke in: M+".... ;+..... :

cr< writing the form on his cuff. Then ing to- her but\distress. lIe had deceived with! a brave attempt at llshtness.: She excitement She knew tears stood "You have a good memory after alL

to Ht his borrowed cigarette and inhaled her even and then, when caughtIn felt each passing moment a weight in her eyes and was angered at their Captain Woydh-ju.-e. That fireplace Is r. -: -1

It gratefully. the deception: had wrested from adding: to the suspense of the Inevitable being: there. lie might mistake them. Just five years old" COFFINS CASKEtSAnd

"Tour captain friend's straight from her a promise that she would help him event. Woodhouse continued in the same suppressed "Urn-yes, IrS," her ht:bud: aJmtt- a full line of j jUndertakers'

Egypt; I don't have to be told that" continue further deception against others. "Well, I'm going to get It through tone: ted. "(,lere:' ;d!''"'* of work, though. -

WWy Kimball murmured In polite ecItsy. Against her will he bad made with just as soon as I can," Lady "You were on the point of using a Likely to > cite no'bMy hHE how Supplies?

"At Shepard's, In Cairo, you'll her a party to some deep and auda- Crandall snapped. Then Jaimihr Kban.hr'ew of ltitlq !t.r." Automobile hearse 1
CH such open the doulle doors and announced Word a minute ago, :Miss Gersou. which
this and
a cigarette as noWhere dons plot whose purpose she could Always on hand. The best sir-
"Cai -taia Wood-house, my was hard for you to voice because you lCOnl1pd Next Week.)
else In a barren world. The not guess, but which must be but a vice at the lowest
word. You seemed prices. Special
thought it an ugly
heath of the acanthus blossom-If Ita.1l1 part of the huge mystery of WET.And lady
Woodhouse how him tip:' she commanded. sure it was the right word to fit me. + + + + + + + + t + + + + + attention to telegraph order*.
has a b1"'ath-ne\"er heard""Back soon this Captain
Then in complaint to Jane: "Now, You only hesitated out of-ah-decen- + LEGAL NOTICESADMINISTRATOR'S + .
In Kewanee the Ladies' Aid was to come to his trial. The purposeof Embalmer
Mdety will have you arrested," Kitty his Invitation to tea that afternoon where do you huppoi' that husband of cy. Yet you kept faith with me before 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Registered
mine went? Just like him to suggesta General Crandall. May 1 hope that
FINAL
era
NOTKS
put In misdie"ousl"Tb r're terribly flashed clear as white light.; Soon she DeWITT C. JONES )
o\"er. tea and forget: to make an appearance means"- SETTLEMENT.
wrought cigarettes-for mi Would be in the same room with him
up NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8.
"You hope nothing! Quick rebellion -
may Starke Fla.
I nors. would be forced to witness the spinning 117. I will present to the County Judge of I ,
Captain Wo dhou-e appeared between at what she divined:: to be coining Bradford County Florida, my final account _
Kimball cast her a glance of deep of the web set to trap him. lIe
and vouchers of the estate of Calvin Mon de-
the opened doors in khaki and flamed In Jane's eyes. "You haveno
nproach. As he lifted the cigaretteto would come unwarned, unsuspecting.He etaced. and apply for the approval of game r
trim puttee lie stood very tralzbt: ; right to hope for more from me and for final discharge such administrator.
his lip for a second puff Jane's eyes might leave that room under guard my as Whenever You Need a General ,.'onl:
I .
for an instant, his eyes shouting rapidly than what you forced by promise.
mechanically followed the movement and with guns at his back-guns soon Dated this the 30tb day of March, A. D. Take Grove's t
about the room. Lady Crandall hurried would not be saying what I have to
Something caught and held them wonder to be leveled at his heart Yet she.Jane 1917. The Old Standard Grove's Ta teles*
forward III greet him. and his, momentary you if-if I did not feel I-that your A. Z. ADKIXS.
I filled. Gerson, possessed the power to !:t iJ'lll''s: nive-red.: The: Ufe"- Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott deceased chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
On the side of the white paper cylinder Sta rke, Fla. t-30-6mo. General Tonic because it contai s the
him the of the cigarette
save as warning "
ilrl i behird her followed slowly, al- "You misunderstood, he broke In well known tonic propertiesof +IhH
nearest brown streak
her a curious
I appeared. the freak of surely would be saving, once I most reludnl1t1I(1dhlllle! Irraope.t stiffly. "I was on the point of saying: I COMMISSIONERS SALE. and IRON. It acts on the Liver, jrivesout : ,
By merest I clever man were put on his guard her extended hand. hoped you would not always believe' Notice is hereby given that under and by Malaria, Enriches the EVA au]
chance
I her glance fell oa It As she virtue of an order made on the 18th day of
1oo by It "It ,was good of jvu ta H'ud the Cyw- me June, A. D. 1917! by J. T. Wills, Judge of the Builds vp the 't\hole System SC.2tts.
I Would she speak-and betray Gen c





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14 PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. 'h. -. .. FRIDAY,. JLL t 6.1ji


her daughter. Mrs. E. E. Burney. the Fourth at Starke, the guests of Mr. Mattox was a notive of Charlton I Gill, R F. River*, Mis&s- bara"-

r i I Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas E. Adams and Miss Lizzie Rowe and sisters spent county, Ga., but in his young days and Inez Marky drovj over]
[ children spent Sunday with relativesin relatives. moved to Bradford county, where he in an auto on the Foofth to 1
Lake City. Mrs. Bessie McGruder left Sundayfor has resided for over 50 years. Jle I day. I 8J," .
: Mr. Jesse Reddish was transacting Lulu, where she has accepted a married Miss Emma Alderman and Mr. D. F. :\1 Donal is'
I [ County News Items business in Starke Tuesday.Mr. position as teacher in the public school they lived to a ripe old age. His devoted Delco system ojf water i and fc
and Mrs. Henry Bennett, Misses The midweek prayer meetings are wife died and was buried just Mr. L. A.
Clara and Pearl Bennett and Mr. A. A. j being well attended. The services are 14 days before his time came. He store. Durcan'st.} reside
. Stokes spent the Fourth at Pablo1Beach. held at the Baptist church on Wed- leaves five children, four daughtersand 4 .::-'
it ii .Interertinf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our I nesday evenings and at the Christian one son, Mrs. Janie Rivers, Mrs. -Itf "
Refular Correspondents. Messrs. G. C. and Carl Wooten were church on Thursday evenings. Ida Rh'ersIrs.. Jessie Cone, Mrs. Rivers-
" Ir business visitors to Starke Tuesday.Mr. I W. II. Weeks and family, of Chief- Mary Douglass. Mr. Charles F, l$Jen, one.!
L' E. E. Burney was a visitor to land, were the guests of F. M. Witt The funeral services were conducted most popular men o, our to*
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11"1 '- Jacksonville Tuesday. during the week.: by Rev. Robert Dukes and the interment married last Saturriwr, takin*
M : Messrs. Dan and Jesse Starling were Louis Hubbard had the misfortuneto 0. M. D .Weeks left Wednesday fora was in the Swift Creek cem- wifel1ss Annie R5wes: da* '
i I] LONG BRIDGE. transacting busines sin Starke Mon- fall and break one of his arms just visit with relatives at Lake City. etery. Mr. Mattox was a man held in Mr. T. H. Rimes, ?ti;Dukes?
::11 below the elbow last Saturday.T. Mrs. T. J. Thomas spent the week the highest respect by all who knew a very quiet wcddir f,'Which tcU

Miss Elva Lee Crews, who is attending day.The farmers here are busily engaged M. Mims, who has been employed here, theg uest of her parents, Mr. him. The familiar face of old "Uncle at the residence of tie bridev!
i school at Madison, was visiting in planting sweet potatoes. We are as clerk in Lawtey for nearly two and Mrs. 0. Haynes.P. Doc" will be missed on our streets. Mrs. A. C. Stricklanj j at 4 O'd
,t, her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. preparing for war. Plant more pota- years, has secured a position with the B. Hunt expects to have his saw lie died of the dreaded Bright's dis m. The ceremonyfis peg -
Sapp, last Sunday. toes is their slogan.Mr. Armour Co., in Jacksonville.Dr. mill in operation in the next ten days. Rev. W. H. Cotemaait! Lf Ocala.<
I I I Miss Anna Edmondson and brother, I J. M. Norman motored over to and Mrs. E .L. Biggs are spend- Timber is being hauled to the groundsand ease.Rev.. W. H. Coleman, the beloved The bride were a% ite i dry
Willie, of near Starke, were visiting Lawtey Wednesday.Mrs. ign this week visiting points of inter- preparations for work at an early pastor of the Christian church of this i over crepe meteor\ih i ac. '
1. friends and relatives here Saturday : N. D. Davis and children returned est on the East Coast. date is being rushed. place, preached eloquent sermons on I match. Her trk\elijj* suit wai
t. and Sunday. ; home Sunday from Jackson- i Dr. Middleton was in Jacksonvilleon last Sunday morning and evening. i sessaline, with a (fDories to
: Messrs. Colonel Crosby and Will ville, where they visited relatives last professional business Tuesday. Last Sunday night Rev. T. R. Ken- The groom wore conyntiontl v
i Strickland, of near Starke, attended week. RobertsBiggs.A dall, Methodist minister of Milledge The bride is a ejy estimable
church at Long Bridge Saturday and Elder W. S. Walters, of Dukes, very pretty home wedding occur- RAIFORD.Misses ville, Ga., preached a fine sermon in lady and has bt ell the of-
afternoon of last weekat
Sunday. preached at the church here Sundayto red Wednesday the Baptist church. The house was county's valued sih oi teacherT
J the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. -
Mrs. Pearl Johns, of Lake Butler, large congregation.Mr. crowded. After the sermon four "*"
; per-
L a They left on the 4
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when Miss Dol- C. L.
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. H. Thompson visited relatives Biggs, their daughter, Pearl and Clara Bennett and sons were baptized by the pastor, Rev.L. Jacksonville and Faro try i
t lie united in with Mr. Beach
: C. Crews, last Wednesday and Thurs- and friends at Macclenny Saturdayand was marriage Miss Reddish, of Lawtey, with Mr. A. Rawls. ing home ,
Tuesday.
: Sunday. LeRoy Roberts, of Lake City. Only a Ellery Sapp, of Wateroak, were in our Mr. W.: H. Baxley, of the firm of housekeeping in thsiijhome They wilt ,,'
day.Mr. few of the relatives and friends
and Mrs. Ury Johns, of near Among those who attended the cattle were town Monday.Mr. Baxley & Elliott, insurance agents, street. J oil
. t : Brooker, attended church at Long : dipping at Alfalfa Saturday were present. They left on the afternoon S. B. Denmark, of Starke, was representing the Provident Life and : ,;
t' I Bridge last Thursday night. I Messrs. J. M. and J. S. Norman and train immediately after the ceremony, in Raiford Monday, the guest of his Accident Insurance Co., of Chattanooga We wish the yoiyg coUPle 2J
i t Mrs. R. F. Merritt and son, Frank, 0. J. Phillips. They made the trip in for West Palm Beach, where they will son, Mr. J. H. Denmark. Tenn., was here last week settlingup years of health and appiAesaBallH.Je. !
l' { visited Mrs. Merritt's daughter, Mrs. the former's Ford. make their home for the present. Mr. John B. Sapp, of Starke, was in the claim of Mr. J. L. Griffin. Mr. ---:. 'I' f

,; l M. M. Drake, of Raiford Saturday and :Mr. Roscoe Strickland, of Saxton, Their many friends here wish them a Raiford Monday.Mr. Griffin was returning to his home after : i
Sunday. visited here Sunday.Mrs. long life of happiness and prosperity. P. M. Padgett and father, and I : transacting busines sin Lake Butler One of the greatest!-surprisei&

1 The meeting conducted by Rev. McGuire L. Sapp and Lon Fred, of Rai- Mr. and Mrs. Black, of Alachua coun- when the mule took fright and ran people of Lake! Butlet this week ]
j was quite a successful one. We ford, visited relatives here Sunday.Mr. MILLER. ty, were in town Monday. away, throwing Mr. Griffin out of the the visit of Mr. W. JG. Ban, of 1
.. feel that his work in our community and Mrs. H. S. Norman visited Hon. W. A. McRae, commissioner of buggy and breaking his leg. The set- firm of StricLland &1 Ball, to JU]
amounted to much and we trust that relatives at Waller Saturday and Sun- agriculture, spent Monday and Tues- tlement made was perfectly satisfac- land last Sunday and then he red'
we might be fortunate enough to have Our school is progressing nicely under day at the State Farm. tory. This insurance firm has a nationwide ed who should:he introduce brf 12
t i. I I him with us again. day.Messrs.. James Godwin and R. E. the management of Prof. B. ,D. Mr. B. Z. Matthews, who is drillinga reputation for promptnessand W. G. Ball. Although wedding
i.I[ ;j Don't forget the Sunday school ev- Hess, of Lawtey, visited here :Monday.Mr. Adams. The school has overdone itself deep well in Lake Butler, spent Sun- fairness in settlement of claims. been numerous! this season Mr.M
i" | evry Sunday afternoon at 230.: Everybody W. E. Norman was a visitor to in the,number of pupils. It became day and part of Monday at his homein Through our local agent here the com- somewhat surprised b,s friendi'ft
tl| come. Starke Monday.Mr. necessary to put in the third Raiford. pany is obtaining a good deal of busi- the fact that1 this hall been kesft
I I i Mr. Stafford Crews, of Worthington N. D. Davis was transacting teacher and Miss Virgie Thomas has Miss Ruby Roberts, of Lake Butler, quiet. '

j Springs visited his parents, Mr. and business in Jacksonville Saturday been selected to fill that place. The was in town Monday, visiting friends. ness.Mr.. C. A. Byrd, of Lansing, Mich., Mrs. Ball was Miss Minnie B.:En_-
1| t Mrs. S. C. Crews, Saturday and Sun- Messrs. J. S. and J. M. Norman were school board was very generous in Hon. A. D. Andrews went to Starke was in town this week. a trained nurse, of her city. WiJ
1 t I day. transacting busines sin Starke Satur- helping l us,to obtain a teacher and we Monday- to appear- before the count Mr. J. M. Little has resigned his position come Mrs. Ball to oor town and iJ
wish to publicly thank them for same. school board in behalf of Raiford here central. Mrs. Alice
as our I for them a long and happy voq.1
r. t WORTHINGTON. day.Miss Debbie Phillips returned home We wish to urge every patron to do all school. Langford is again in charge of the life's matrimonial sea. :" '
5 Saturday from the Vanderbilt section in his power to keep the attendanceup Hon. S. T. Dowling spent Monday telephone office. She has been spend- --'- 1
where she has been visiting relativesand to the highest point, as we have a in Starke attending to business. ing a while in Georgia.Mr. SCHOOlS 1
f The refreshing showers of last week faculty that school should be BUSY SESSION OF i
; friends. any Rev.L. C. Futch, of Vanderbilt, was J J. Shannon, one of the pro- BOARD HELD
j I seem to have brought smiles to many Please telephone any news itemsto proud of. in Raiford Saturday.Mr. prietors of the Eatmor Bakery, of RECESlJ
farmers. the correspondent at Telephone No. The recent showers have greatly and Mrs. Robert Lockheart and -- -- y F'
1 I Gainesville, was transacting business
t Dr. Chas. H. Nobles and family left 392. improved the crops. Prospects for a little girl, after spending two weeks here last Monday.Mr. (Continued Fr'vm Page 1.)8')
Saturday for Apalachicola. Dr. J. D. good cotton is encouragingat --,-
\ crop very with relatives here, left Wednesday L. A. Duncan made a business .
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1 I Nobles and family accompanied him this time. We are very busy now for their home in Haines 'City. trip to Jacksonville last Monday.Mr. Rosier school as supervisor,
-' ; on the trip, both making the journeyby LAWTEY. planting potatoes. The acreage will Hon. S. T. Dowling went to Johns- S. M. Carver visited in Starke cepted, and J. M. Rosier appo
auto. be the largest in the history of this town Saturday.Rev. last Monday.Mrs. fill the unexpired tc'm. I

.' f The sing conducted by Prof. Cole 0. community.J. W. L. Overstreet, of Lawtey, James Rowe and daughter, L. A. Brown was| .
C. F. Barber and J.
Senator son ,
,
I has closed. They presented a concert S. Brown, Foster Glover and T. was in Raiford Saturday. He has beento the unexpirec! term if Dr. L. L'l: I!
Pauline of the
Macclenny, were guestsof
and :\Ir: Andrews, of Macclenny, were
I which interesting. H. Waters in Lake Butler Tues- .' "
was Quite a were trustee Brock
very several d'slast see his brother, W. M. Overstreet, Mrs. Wm. Johnson this week. as a1f r. .
I number of visitors attended, among in Lawtey and vicinity day on business. who is quite sick. Resignation of W. M. Wlittai I
Mrs. W.1.. Overstreet and Mrs.
i! whom was Miss Emma Harris, of week buying and rounding up cat- Barney Thomas and Furman Stokes Mr. J. L. Whitten made a business Belle Ambrose last Sunday at Raiford special tax* district wu j
j\ Gainesville. Miss Harris is quite a tle.Mr. attended church at Midway Sunday trip to Jacksonville Sunday spent ceived and acceptecj and J. C tf!
returning
Worthington Springs guests of Mrs.G. I
T. J. Terry and family and Miss '
; : talented singer and her presence in night.E. Monday.Mrs. I apopinted to'fill the "inexpired ten
.
W. S. Ware.
any song service means much. Jessie Futch, have been spending se\- H. Douglass, N. H. Stokes, B. E. Maley Lee and three children, I Moved and carried that four ;'
Miss of Pelham
Willary Taylor
,
1: Rev. G. W. S. Ware has the banner erai days at Kingsley lake. and J. L. Brown were in Starke Monday of Statesboro, Ga., and Mrs. Yummer I clerical work; be due, in office tt t
; crop of this section, his corn and cot- Rev. M. M. Fryer, son and daughter on business with the school board.B. Denmark and two children, of Pem- Ga., is visiting her grand parents, Mr. pense of beard.The 'J
and Mrs. I. McGill.
tin being in fine candition. The pres- Hugh and AIda, of Starke, were E. Brown purchased. a new Ford broke, Ga., are here visiting Mrs. Lee'ssister board approved the fofloiri':
Mr. W. S. Graham of Raiford
visiting friends in Lawtey last Thurs- was *
s I ent condition indicates: a splendid yield car Monday. Mrs. J .L. Whitten. in Lake Butler last Monday.The bills and adjourned to meet Anp
i I Mr. Ware is a good preacher, a good day.Mrs. The many friends of Mrs. Walter Capt. Henry Green, of the State Christian union meetings 6, 1917. | >*
of are
W. H. Miner and children
k farmer and a good citizen. Brooks are glad to know that she is Farm spent Sunday in Jacksonville.Mr. J. .E. Douglass holding examination.:fh;
the of meeting with much success here. Ameeting' doL___ ._
Starke, were guests first jart J. C. lcRae S;
Harris have illness.
f Roberts and lately purchased improving from her recent J. C. made ______
the week at the home of Mr. E. J. Byrd a trip to Jacksonville was held last Tuesday night T. J oPPl'JI VNadin 4 16
I several hundred acres of land Everybody went to Worthington Friday.Dr. Alderman '"o .. _j_ -'Il'
with 19 There will be
Roberts. present. a S. S. Dowhnir do .'t;
i just across the river in Alachua. They Wednesday to spend the Fourth. A. J. Johnson made .y
a business afternoon at T. B. I'mholiter board..eervice.J;
Miss meeting Sunday
: Mrs. M. R. Gill and daughter, prove
have a hundred acres ready to plant Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Adams and Mr. trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.M J. E. Douglass do ,_ -.' S
: I to peas, and are clearing more of it. I Ruth, were guests last week of Mr. I, and Mrs. N. H. Stokes went to Lake .H. Andrews made business 3:30 near the retort. These meetingsare J. C. McRae
a trip for the of of : .
I and Mrs. H. C. Peace. purpose taking care J. C. McRae do1:1"
" The farmers of the section are fully Butler Saturday.Mr. to Starke Monday.J. : ;'
: J. E.
i interested in the production of food :Miss Annie Walz spent Sunday with and :Mrs. Louis Chrisman, of P. Coffin of Johnstown our indigent at home. T. B. ) _. .. .
products. friends in Jacksonville.Ed Tampa, are visiting at homes of J. town was in Quite a number of Lake Butlerites E. R. Poppell salary _._;-=-0.
from Sanford last Tuesday. visited Worthington Springs on July 1 S. A. Draper teaching ... .11!
Muse -
Miss Ellanese Cox, o fthe Lacrosse came up L. Brown and II .C. Peeples. Inn Carter do }. .' SI
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\ section, who has been attending Prof.Cole's week and is spending some time with Simon Tucker, a negro tenant of J. Fourth. I]I Ina Alderman d,> _-\- I.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Muse. Miss Arnie Driggers and Miss Wal- Mrs. T. E. Walilrup 'fm' work ...." I-
; I singing school, has just return- S .Brown's farm, has several cases of LAKE BUTLER.Adjt. A. C. Crews teachinotor...; i
s ed to her home. I Dr. U. G. Turner, who recently mov- smallpox! in his family. The state don, also Miss Louis Waldon and S.1 Mrs. O. M. Mai.iea do .-',.-'. .
: \t Mr. S. J. Russell's son and family, ed to Fort Myers, was a visitor to board of health has been notified and R. Driggers, of Macclenny, passed Mae McKinney {do: __'__ .' 1.
last L. A. through our town last Wednesday on J. :II. Groover1 do ___ ..,- J:
of Darlington, S. C., are spending a Lawtey Saturday.Mr. we look for a man today to take the Odom stopped at the E. R. POPIl<'lr'ine ?..___u.... t
while with them now. J. N. Peeples came over from matter in hand.S. Edgar Hotel last week. Mr. Odom is their way to Worthington Springs to Bradford Count Hank inst C;

Mr. and Mrs. Overstreet, of Lake Jacksonville and spent Sunday with S. Knight was out looking after state superintendent of the Volunteersof spend the day. Bradford Co. tank Bond funding Find 1flnull a.
Butler, spent Sunday afternoon with his family here. the interest of the Lake Butler Tel- America and officer in charge of the Editor A very G. Powell attended the Quigley Lum. & Supply Co material,f't
1! the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barrett, of ephone Co. Florida Hope Hall in Hampton for discharged press meeting in Jacksonville last Fri- LaKe Butler Bank in'er..st --Ii

W. S .Ware. Ocala, were guests at the home of Mrs. prisoners. He has just been day.Rev. J. I .Oprden Spreial teaching Tat Z't 4.nutncti_ -.-- |*If
"t : M. E. Edwards the first part of the apopmted by Gov. Catts to representthe S. S. Proctor received a letter G. F. Alderman ine 2101.....---- 1
weke. I HAMPTON. state of Florida at the American from his niece in Pelham, Ga., that Lake Butler Fank -4-_-._.- [t
GRAHAM. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Randall were visitors Prison Association, which met in the her father was critically ill. Mr. Proc- C.Lake B.Butler Roberts Batik Inc do 11 23.-+\:-. I

to Jacksonville Monday. T. M. Cauthen, of Waldo, was a bus- Capitol City Monday. tor left Wednesday night for Pelham. Johnie Lew.U. do 2S ---,----f
Mrs. M. A. Torode returned here iness visitor here during the week. Prof. J. S. Gibson, of Macon, Ga., Mr. L. T. Pearce, of Lake City, was :
; !! Miss Mae McKinney, primary last week from St. George, Ga., where Mrs. Kate Sparkman, of Waldo, I the well known and expert phrenologist visiting Mr. Clew Williams this week. Tell it to the Telegraph and scat
J ; teacher in the local school, was a week she spent several weeks visiting relatives spent Tuesday here the guest of her has been at the Edgar Hotel, giving Messrs. C. T. Barrett, DeWitt Mc- e\' rybody.'I
:, : end visitor at the home of Mr. and and friends. She is the guest friends. examination.Mr. tom.

Mrs. C. M. McKinney, of Louise, Ala- here of her son, Mr. W. E. Torode. Prof. H. B. Harrell, of Brinson, Ga., X. J. Newsom, of Jacksonville, -- '- -, =-=

chua county.Dr. R. W. McLeod, Jr., of Rodman, was spent a part of the week here at the was in Lake Butler this week. Mr. --1 :7
Thomas and Mr. A. C. Crews a visitor here a few days ago, to the bedside of his wife, who has been Newsome is district deputy of the M. 1 !
.. were visitors to the Wateroak section I home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and I quite ill, at the home of her father, W. W. of A. : !
i Sunday morning. I Irs. A. M. Blanchard.Mr. G. Seals. Mr. B. Feinberg, Mr. and Mrs. M. For the Good oft
.
Mr. Roy Roberts, of Starke, was a'I A. L. Bradley left Monday for Mrs. W. G. Seals is home again after E .Feinberg, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Rivers }
business visitor to this place Saturday Jacksonville where he has secured em- a visit with relatives in Chatta- and Miss Miriam Adkins, also lit
r. morning, returning in the afternoon. loyment. nooga and Nashville, Tenn. tle Miss Robbie Rivers enjoyed a trip. :
: Mr. W. J. Jones, of Hastings, was Mrs. J. J. McLeod spent Sunday Dr. Freeman, of Starke, was here on to Pablo Beach last Sunday.Mr. .
"'I : looking; after his farming interests with relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. professional business Tuesday. J. M. Little has accepted a position Trade in general
t here last week. While here he sold and Mrs. John Prevatt and children The remains of the infant son of with the Continental Marble and

about twenty-five head from his large of Wimauma, are visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. Bun Haynes, of Waldo, Granite Co., of Canton, Ga. ,
herd of beef and stock cattle. in Lawtey this week. was laid to rest in Methodist cem- The Telegraph certainly has a pret-
Rev. McGuire has recently closed avery Mr. and Mrs. E. Barthlow and chil- etery here last Friday morning, Rev.E. ty group of maids and matrons in the and Your Bi,si-;

successful series of meetings in dren, of Middleburg, were visiting M. Henderson, of Waldo, conduct- last issue. The ladies collected for the I
the Christian church here. He is now relatives in Lawtey last week. ing the services. Red Cross fund in Starke.Mr. I I Ii

conducting meetings at Long Bridge. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Smith, of Rai- Mr. and Mrs. M. E. May, of Palatka -: W. M. Overstreet, our popular
Hon. Chasley Fogg, of this place, ford, were visiting relatives in and spent the week-end here, as the. hardware man and undertaker, who i I! ness in Pafticu-
was a business visitor to Gainesville near Lawtey last Saturday and Sun- guests of T. M. Hagan. has been sick for the past week, is out

Saturday. .. day. Miss Madeline Middleton, of Green again attending to business. .
I.t Mr. and Airs james iteynoias were Mr. J. H. Pitch, of Raiford, was a Cove Springs, is a visitor here, the J. E. Harper- has about 15 head of I
shopping in Gainesville Saturday. business visitor to Lawtey last Satur- guest of Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mrs. French Carneau pigeons for sale at a I :
f They made the trip by automobile. J. C. Hagan has moved with reasonable price. .
1, Uncle Dan Byrd, prominent citizen day.Mr.. H. D. Randall was a business her family to Palatka, where she will Hon. W. A. McRae, commissioner of II
of this place, was transacting business visitor to Gainesville the first part of make her future home. agriculture, passed through the city
in Starke Thursday. the week. Prof. R. A. Green the of B larAdvertise
was guest anoj uo 'PJoJ! H o; ajnoaua topuoK
{ :Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney, of Misses Clara and Pearl Bennett and friends here Monday. of inspection of the prison farm. i

Louise, were visiting in the home of I Eldridge Reddish were visitors to Rai- Prof. John L. Scotten left Tuesdayfor Mr. Ed. Byrd, of Raiford, was in the I .
Mr. E. D. Abernathy Sunday after- ford Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville where he entered St. city Monday attending to business.

1ft noon.Mr. 0. L. Thomas, of Crawford, wasa Luke's hospital for treatment. His Mrs. T. J .Townsend and daughter,
M. P. Byrd with family of La- business visitor to Lawtey last Fri- many friends here hope for his early Miss Edna Faircloth, and Mr. Fritz a
Crosse, Alachua county, were at the day.Little recovery. He was accompanied by his Townsend left for Orange Springs on
home of the former's parents, Mr. and Misses Virginia and Betty I son, Rawley.H. Monday for a few days' visit with Mr. --
Mrs. Dan Byrd, Sunday. Peace, accompanied by their aunt, B. Weest was a visitor to Jacksonville and Mrs. J. W. Townsend and family, I i
Mrs. Geo. Stone, of this place, was Miss Ruth Gill, are spending a few during the week. who are spending the summer in their !
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called away by a telegram Sunday weeks with relatives in South Caro- Willie Hunt, who has been quite ill, cottage. I We have the circulationThe

morning, announcing the sad death in lina.Mr. is able to be out again. Rev. T. R. Kendall, pastor of the I
Jacksonville of Mamie Chapman Har- I H. B. Bennett, Jr., was trans- Mrs. W. E. Middleton returned on Methodist cbudch at Milledgeville, Ga.,
rison, wife of Mr. J. H. Harrison, the I acting business in Jacksonville Mon- Tuesday from Dupont, where she has returned to his home last Monday. He
congenial agent of the G. S. & F. Ry. day.Rev. been the guest of relatives. came last week to officiate at the'wed-

at Sampson City. The news came asa T. S. Stark was a visitor to Mrs. Henry is home again, after an ding of his granddaughter, Miss Julia
shock to the entire community and Starke Tuesday.Mr. extensive visit at Plant City. Kendall. I

the bereaved ones have the deepest Matthew Bohannan, of Bowling Qutie a number of our young peo- There will be Children's Day exer- I i '
sympathy of all. Green, is spending a few days here I ple spent the Fourth at Worthington.We cises at the Methodist church next :

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Loadholtz have areg lad to report that W. E. Sunday, July 8th, at 11 o'clock. All are I Bradford County Telegraph
sold out their market and boarding Hamilton, who has been seriously ill, invited. Teachers and children of the ; ,
WOODLAWN. house and will move to Jacksonville, is improving nicely. Sunday school have manifested a I I

where they will engage in business. Rev. John Mullady spent ,Sunday great deal of interest in it and have 1 I
Mrs. H. V. Skipper returned to her with his family here.A. been practicing all this week. 'The Home Pdper ]

r Mr. J. S. Andreu, of Lawtey, motored home in Bishopville, S. C., Tuesday, M. Williams was a business visitor Mr. A.'W. Mattox, one of Bradford'sold l jf I I

I out here Tuesday on business. after spending a few days here with 1 in Jacksonville Monday. citizens, was laid to rest June 14th. ;::: := j

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