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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 13, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (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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M} VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917. NUMBER 2. ?




1; RUSSIANS CAPTURE KEY TO LEMBERG 'ASSIGNMENT OF 'NATIONAL GUARDTOBEDRFAFTED DRAWING FOR NEW% ARMY FORfOR- 'I




1 11! FORCING GERMANS TO RET RE A T TEACHERS THIS EIGN SERVICE TO BE DRAGOON 1


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COUNTY MADEGIVING ON AUGUST 5THWJLL \ j

Halicz, strategic Gateway to o' oooc. ooc aoo STROUD-JACKSON.1 States Are Slow in Completing'
o
;1 Lemberg, Taken From Teu- "h. Preparations For Dandling
ADVERTISING WILL DO IT. Mr. R. T. Stroud and MissLesley,

tons in Fierce Fight. <$> NAMES, SCHOOLS GO INTO TRAINING Jackson, both of Ocala, were married Matters. t! :!
<> The billions of dollars that our
z
.1 0> governments and foreign na- AND SALARIES FOR 1917-18 BEFORE GOING TO FRANCE on Miss the 5th inst. in Fayetteville, N. C. .f .,
Jackson has
numbers of friends
,1 GERMANS IN RETREAT OVER 3 tions are borrowing from our and admirers in Starke, as she has ONLY TWENTY-ONP STATES ;

FRONT OF TWENTY MILES 0 people will be spent right in this 4 EXPENDITURE OF $31,188.32 WILL REGIMENTS OF STATE TROOPSTO visited here several times as the guestof HAVE REPORTED COMPLETE (
$> country for food stuffs and war 3>
i BE NECESSARY FOR FINANCING BE AVAILABLE NEXT Mrs. William C. Powell. Mr. R. T.
<$> supplies of all kinds. The bulk -
Stroud is
a brother of Mr. William
I GALICIA: 3 of this money will find)its way in 'Q THE SCHOOLS, MONTH FOR ACTIVE DUTY. Stroud, who at one time lived in our STATES ARE NOT COMPLETING I i

I BROKEN-THOUSANDS OF to the hands of the millions of -- city. The Ocala Banner, of the 5th. ORGANIZATION Olj EXEMPTION ]
$ and they '" turn 3 ,
wage earners, I
PRISONERS AND LARGE NUMBER will spend most of it liberally for Following is a list of the teachers WASHINGTON, July 10.-The fed- inst., contains the following announce- BOARDS AS RAPIDLY AS
of the
;, OF GUNS FALL INTO RUSSIAN <> the necessities of life. This com- G who will serve in Bradford county dur- eral militia bureau was arranging to- ment Mr. marriage: WAS THOUGHT POSSIBLE BY
and Mrs. J. C. Jackson J
9. mnnity will get its share of those ing the school year 1917-18, schools day for transportation of the national announce j.:1
hat the NATIONAL
HANDS. their
marriage of daughter, OFFICIALS.
.j
guard which will be mobilized for
billions. <8> they are assigned to and the appro- active -

(I' <8> The SHREWD home merchant priation for each school: service August 5th: in accordancewith Lesley Stroud Deveraux, to Mr. Richard Tyd- !,..
ings will take 5th
't & knows this and is & Highland, Brinkley Hayes, $140. a proclamation issued by Presi- place July *
LONDON, July ll Halicz, the already mapping at Fayetteville N. C. WASHINGTON, July ll.-Post- |
,
df i strategic gateway to Lemberg, capital 0 out an extensive advertising Dowling, Maud Hunter, $140. dent Wilson. The various state units The ring will be performed ponement until next week.." the draw

i of Galicia, has been captured by $ campaign to offset the tremen- > Thomas, Bessie McGruder and Miss will be organized into sixteen tactical by Rev. Wesley ceremony Craven, the bride's ing of the numbers of de men who

the Russians, says a dispatch fromRenter's $ dous efforts of mail order houses $ Wilkerson, $340. divisions and assigned to camps for uncle, at 4 o'clock this afternoon, in will be called for examniation! for the ,

t I Petrograd correspondentJ. & and large city merchants. He will '0 New Zion, Orie Smith, $140. final France.training before being sent to the Methodist church, and will be witnessed national army seemed probable today t

f < PftiiVg, 63 miles southeast of Lem- get his, for advertising bring <5> Brannen, Katy Mackery, $140. : by the relatives of the bride when it became evident that states are .1
<$> him. <> Long Bridge, Amie Mackery, $180. The last step necessary to make the
-. berg on the Dniester river, is an important it to I and several special friends. not completing organization of their ."
0 Lake Butler, Sidney Padgett Ina national guard available for duty in
t: railroad junction and the most The local merchant who forgets I Miss Jackson will be married in a district exemption board as rapidly
<8> to advertise who to 0 Alderman, Annie Rimes, Edna Ep France has been taken by President
V. important key to the Galician capital. expects green taffeta coat suit with a hat as war department officials had hop
f'l; I It is 18 miles north of Stanislau and & increase his business without a <> person, (four teachers not yet assigned Wilson with the issuance of a proclamation and boots to match. She will gray wear a ed. Only twenty-one states have reported -

; about eight miles north of Jezupol, Q proportionate increase in legitimate <> ), $2,060. drafting the state troops into bouquet of Parma violets. their organization complete. t--,

;"v\ captured by the Russians under Gen. 3 publicity expense may discover 0 I Raiford, Lewis Taylor, Mamie An- the army of the United States on Au- corsage At four o'clock the many friends I The drawing will not bo r;ade until the

I-| Korniloff on Sunday. The fall of Ha- 0 to his cost that he is decreasing 0 drews, Delia Bielling, Ruby Roberts, gust 5. and admirers of Miss Jackson will picture i lists for the country -completed.. ,
Sallie M. To make certain that the of
"J licz was presaged in breaking the 4 it instead. 0 Dempsey, $1,040. purpose her in these shades which
lovely
I Austro German line between that town 0 The public takes every ,man's 0 Pine Grove (no assignment), $140. the national defense act is carried out, will blend so beautifully with her WILL MILES ,WAS HANGED
0 Lawtey, Doris Law, Lois Terry, the proclamation also specifically declares -
i of Stanislau and in driving the Aus- < > number. wealth of Titian hair. WEDNESDAY AT BRJDENTOWN J
tro-Germans to the Lomnica river, 0 0 (three teachers not yet assigned), $1- the men drafted to be discharged Mr. s
Mrs.
and Stroud will leave immediately -
160. from the old militia
status on that
j which enters the Dniester a short distance 44O44444.0004004 9
after their July
Starke date. In that the constitutional marriage for BRADENTOWN. ll.-The
Halicz. S. S. Dowling, B. D. Law, way
*I above Delia Strom, E .C. Warren Mrs. Ma- restraint upon use of militia outsidethe White Springs where they will spend hanging of Will Miles,(negro, took
the of much hea-
center
Halicz was TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL. the next two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. .
place today with guards placed about
bel Duncan is avoided
Lois
Peek, Mrs. E. K. country and the way
vy fighting after the last Russians August had and September Stuck, Mrs. J. C. Poppell, Olive Ray, paved for sending the regiments to William Stroud. On their return to the courthouse end within the jail,

I captured Names of Those Who Paid Subscription $2,600. the European fronts. Ocala they will make their home with where the gallows was built
f i Bukowina and were attempting to the groom's mother Mrs. Annie \
,
} i reach Lemberg. During June. Rising, Mrs. C. E. Gurney, Eva Ep I
FOOD CONSERVATION Stroud. CHILDREN'S DAY EXERCISES AT
person, $380.Vanderbilt CANVASS
\, : The fall of Halicz probably will The bride is the youngest daughterof
mean that the Austro-Germans must W. S. Futch, R. J. Floyd, F. T. Nor- Vera Surrency, (one MADE TUESDAY. Mr. LAKE BUTLER.
and Mrs. J. C. Jackson, and is
\ retire from the present line along theI man, C. S. Brooking E. C. Dyal, C. T. more teacher to be assigned), $380. lovable and vivacious -
a high Last
Silcox T. A. Crawford H. N. Abra- 'Heilbronn, E. Wilkerson, Leacy young Sunday Children's Day exer-
,
I Zlota Lipa from northeast of Halicz According to anonuncement made in
school girl. She has been visiting relatives cises
; through Brzezany and Zlochoff to ham, C. A. Johnson, G. W. Spires, C. Harris, Dora Johnson, $560. last week's Telegraph, a committee in her former were held at the Methodist Episcopal -
Fayetteville
,
M. Shaw J. W. Pinholster S. F. Mor- New River, C. C. Scaff, $140. church. Quite a large crowd attended -
} Brody in order to protect Lemberg. from each of the women's organiza- home, for the past two months, and there
f$ The Austro-German forces already gan, D. J. Byrd, 0. F. Tomlinson, C. Five Mile, Lillie Crosby, $40. tions of the city canvassed Starke on has recently been with her aunt Miss not being* apy standingroom
A. H. A. Howard John John- Rosier, (unsupplied), $180. left. The chui i wa; beautifully ,!'
t have withdrawn beyond the Lomnica Boyd, Tuesday afternoon in the interest of Nannie McGilvary.Mr. .
\:1 river about ten miles west of Jezupol, son, J. T. Andrews, S. J. Johnson, A. Midway, Shepherd Thomas, $180. food conservation.The Stroud is,the of decorated and noticeably was the mot- 1
;. A. Hazen, Mrs. M. P. Matheny, Isham Brocker, A. J. Griffis, Eunice Robinson youngest son to, "Suffer little children to come unto -
which was occupied Sunday by the work was taken up in accord-
Mrs. Annie Stroud, and is fine Me this
a very being the center of the
.' Russians under Gen. Korniloff. The Wilson, Stephen K. Kelly, Mrs. Bes- Edith Williams, $600. ance with the plans laid out by Mr. young man. He has been with the decoration.

Russians have taken four more vil- sie lIc ruder, M. W. Lee, J. S. Price, Providence, Miss Means, Miss Wynn Hoover, America's food controller in Munroe & Chambliss National Bank 1
M. J. McRae J. L. Parmenter, F. M. Mary Pope, $560. the
lages and increased their captures of present crisis. A personal interview for
a number of and is highly
years DEATH OF MRS. MILLS.!
Crews Sam Dukes White, N. Theressa, York Colson, Loca John- ,
Harvey
prisoners more than one thousand. was had with each housewife and esteemed and valued by his employers.This .
I 0. Weeks L. V. Moore Mrs. 0. M. son, $340.Pine -
Seven more field guns and other war they were requested to sign a card youthful couple have the best
material also fell into Rusisan hands. Alvarez, R. H. Weaver, J. M. Groover Hill, Mamie Pinholster, ?1g(;. stating that insofar as their circum- wishes for a happy life and will Mrs. Carrie" A. Mills died at her

West of Stanislau the Russians have M. M. Crosby, Thos. A. Stark, J. Johnstown, (unsupplied), $140. stances permitted they would cooperate be warmly welcomed very home by large home in this city Thursday morning

l penetrated the Teutonic lines to a A. McDonald, Mrs. D. C. Kersey, C. ,I Swift Creek, Nita Dukes, $140. with'the United States Food Ad- circle of friends. a July] 12th. The cause of her death

depth of nearly seven miles and between N. Cooper, Mrs. Harry Barney, F. M. Brooklyn, Marcia Turner, $140. ministration. One million patriotic was paralysis. The first stroke had .

Stanislau and Halicz they have Rivers, H. P. Fouts, Dr. L. L. Lamb, Graham, A. C. Crews, Mrs. 0. 31. women have already signed these food prostrated her four weeks before, and

widened their wedge. In their retirement L. H. Futch, Mrs. F. M. White, Amanda Maines, May McKinney, $600. conservation pledges, and the work is MRS. MAGGIE WAINWRIGHT.Mrs. during the intervening time she had

the Austro-Germans failed to Gageham, Mrs. J. J. Jones, J. F. Starke (colored), A. O. Jenkins, M. being carried on enthusiastically been speechless; the second stroke

*" make a stand at two rivers, the Luk- Dyess, C. M. Phillips, Louis Wilkerson D. Paul, Josie Keller, $440. throughout the United States-the Maggie D. Wainwright, the ended her life. ,

i ovitza and the Luyka. It is probable A. P. Hoffman, G. M. Sistrunk, J. Wateroak, (colored), unsupplied, campaign closing on July 15th. wife of W. C. Wainwright, died at the Mrs. Mills was born ft Clay county :

} they may entrench on the west bankof H. Moore, Susie Reed Saxton, L. G. $100.New In the event any housewife was overlooked Plant Park Infirmary, Tampa, June February 26, 1855, a daughter of Mr.

the Lomnica. Sibley, W. I. Waters, D. Boree T. N. River, (colored), unsupplied, in this canvass they can ob- 29! 1917, and was buried Sunday morning and Mrs. J. W. Newberry. About 42

:. A stand west of the Lomnica how- Kendrick, J. L. Brown, Jesse Thomas, $100.Hopewell tain pledge cards from Mrs. A. M. in Woodlawn cemetery.The years ago she was married to Mr. J

.' ever, will hardly prevent the forced Rev. W. G. Law, W. W. Packham, P, (colored), unsupplied, Darby or Mrs. R. A. Weeks, and same funeral services were conducted Wallace Mills, a native of Texas. They

t1 evacuation of Halicz, the strategic key 0. Carpenter, Mrs. G. C. Mills, W. R. $120.Providence must be returned to the committee on by her pastor, Rev. C. W. Duke, of moved to South Florida, then to the I

to Lemberg, as the Russians are with- Steckert, I. W. Andreu1, T. D. Dyal, (colored), unsupplied, or before July 15th. the First_ Baptist church. After the Waldo and Graham sections. In 1904

in less than eight miles of Halicz on A. J. Miller. $100. simple but impressive services a large she became a widow. In 1912 she mov-
Lake Butler, (colored), unsupplied, I ed to Starke with several of her children -
; three sides and only one avenue of retreat IN COMPLIMENT TO MISSES ADA concourse of friends followed her to

from the BrzezanyZlochoffBrody STATE TREASURER DISCONTINUES $140.Nebo HIERS AND JOSEPHINE BROOKS. her last resting place. and they have been living here

\; line by the Austro-Germans almost ADVANCE PAYMENTS Bernice Parker, $160. The floral offerings were and since then at their home on East
Cason, (unsupplied), $100. many South street. ,
r a necessity.Meanwhile At Kinsgley lake evening, Beautiful.
Palestine A. S. Monday
i Feagle, $160. Mrs. Mills) was a life- Baptist
is
t the Russian artillery 'State Officials Must Wait Till Their Miss Ella May Long entertained informally Mrs. ng
of Hampton, Ada Nimmo, Eva Wil- Wainwright was born and rais- and a good Christian, rearing a large
south
lines
'1" hammering the enemy Salary Is Due Each Quarter. liams, $600.Dobson complimentary to her house ed at Providence in Bradford county. family of respectable and I
'J. Brzezany and north of the Pripet men wom 1
A. Thomas, $140. guests, Miss Ada Hiers and Jose- She was one of the leading schoolteachers
f marshes Riga Dvinsk and Smor- en. She was industrious! and sym- ,
near ,
Brooks of Gainesville.The .
phine <
of that
for
: numberof
Bradford, McLeod county a
10. State Percy $140.
gon, the fighting has increased. TALLAHASSEE July pathetic and patient und;r affliction. i
colored S. K. J. A. young people spent a happy years and through her kind and ten-
French Hold GroundOn Treasurer Luning has sent a circular Lawtey ( ), Kelly, She leaves the following sons and i
Jones, C. E. Kelly $420. evening playing rook, dancing and en- der disposition made friends of all
and ,
the western front along the letter to all the state employes daughters to mourn her departure and ;
Brooklyn, (colored I. J. Keller joying delicious water melons. The who knew her. She was married to
them ) $80
Chemin Des Dames the French have officials that has thrown many of bless her memory: Mr. TJ.omas Mills, J
attacks the into consternation and set them fig- Bielling, Edith Bielling, $140. fortunate guests were Misses Anna W. C. Wainwright, of Starke, June 23, of Graham; Mr. H. K. Miffs, of Brook-
repulsed by troopsof
more will Miller, B. D. Adams, Mrs. B. D. Canova, Florence Matthews, Hazel 1907. They moved to Tampa soon after -
the German prince. The uring overtime A to how they er; Messrs. Charles, Wallace: A. B. \ 1
crown
Brown, Kathleen and Aileen Alvarez and have lived there since.
meet their personal financial problems Adams-$3-10. and R. W. Mills, iof Starke Mrs. R. i
French also threw back strong at- I I ;
a Doris Scott Hilda Lewis Bessie Mc-
She the church in
tack Hurtebiz in confronting them as a result of Mr.Luning's Davis, (unsupplied), $140. joined Baptist P. Lewis, of Brooker; Mrs.'S. T. Stew- a
near Champagne.A I Cormick, of Gainesville, Julia Wood- early life and lived consistent and
Enterprise, Lonnie Futch, $140. a
is in decision. The state treas- art, of Graham, and Misses Carrie and :
vigorous artillery duel prog- Thurston A. C. ward, of Jacksonville, Gladys] Gardiner consecrated life to the time I
Kelly $100.
ress between the Germans and Britishin urer has notified them that no more heal Georgia Mills, of Starke; also a J
Emma Powell, Freddy May Hitch- death. she
Zif, Steve Lewis, $140. Though was in ill
money can be drawn from the state brother, Mr. K. S. Nrwberry, of
Flanders. The German fire has been
Brooks, Edwards cock, of Jacksonville; Messrs. Jim for several years she never tired of
Harry $140.
treasury except on the comptrol1er'swarrant. Dukes. Beside the [,bereaved relativesa
intense the front held the
Belgian along In Flanders by the It has always been the prac- Little Springs, (partly unsupplied), Kickliter, Gus Beasley, Harold Wall, doing good. Her life was a model and host of friends will morn her departure -

army. near tice to permit employes and officials to Gertrude Thomas, Daisy Lewis, $600. Charley Beasley George White Al- many will feel her loss, as she was i
French border the British have ad-
Hampton colored] Lizzie Marshou lan Canova, Pitt Tomlinson, John Powell always ready to give aid and speak
( )
,
vanced their line east of Ostatvarne.The draw on their salaries amounts not to The funeral will tak Ennis Wilbur Scott Homer words of
Gary comfort and cheer to all she
Germans cannot declare their exceed portions of salaries due them $100.Kelly (Friday) forenoo aliout' ll o'clock,
terms of "must fight and con- giving the treasurer a receipt for the S. M. Pate, $140. Limbaugh, Francis Halligan, Raiford met.She RevW." G. Law, of the Baptist church J
peace the Sampson City, J. J. Ogden, $140. Epperson. Mrs. J. W. Morgan actedas leaves to mourn for her besides
quer," Dr. Von Bethmann ,Hollweg, amount drawn, which is held by officiating. The interment will be at
the imperial chancellor, is reported to treasurer and deducted from the sal- Guilford, J. M. Grover, $160. chaperon for the party who went her husband, a mother, Mrs. G. W. Mt. Sinai cemetery, near graham, Undertaker -

have told members of the reichstag. ary warrant at the end of the quar- Union Chapel, (unsupplied), $140. out in cars from Starke. Clyatt, one sister, Mrs. Geo. Wyse, of I D. C. Jones beingjthe funeral '

Peace without annexatidns, is not look- ter. Later this was modified by allow- Roberts, Roland] Anderson, $160. Pompano, Fla., and three brothers E. director. \ -!

ed with favor by the German ing officials to draw their salaries in Boatdrain, Ethan Allen, Edna Fair- CARD OF THANKS.Mr. T. Clyatt, of El Paso, Texas, C. L. T ,1

upon cloth, $320.Randolph. Clyatt, of Live Oak, and H. M. Clyatt,
government, the chancellor is reported advance twice a month, and this latter METHODIST CHU tCII. j

to have said. "I am sure we can has now been revoked by the treasurer Albert Dubose, $160. J. H. Harrison, Frank Chapmanand of LaCrosse.It : 1 IJ

win if we hold out." Some of the state employes say they Liberty, Kate Douglass, $160. :Miss Chapman, husband, brother was a great shock to her familyas A cordial1 invitation:-r-- is xtended to

J The tension of the political situation do not know how they will meet their Andrews, (colored), unsupplied, $80. and sister of the recently deceased her death came unexpectedly. She the public to worship with f us next i l

,.' in Berlin is still intense. personal obligations if they get their Futch, (unsupplied), $140. Mrs J. H. Harrison, of Sampson City, had gone through an operation a few Sunday, morning and evening.| If the l'j

.. salaries only every quarter, for they Saxton, (unsupplied), $180. wish to express their gratitude and days before and all thought she would congregation is sufficiently large at

'L NAVY YARD EXPLOSIONS AT have not been getting fat enough sal- Crestview, (unsupplied), $140. thanks to all their many friends in soon be well, but a sudden changecame the evening service the pastor will, by j:
enabled them Sampson City, Micanopy and else- which in her death ,
aries as to have to lay resulted a
,i SAN FRANCISCO KILLS SIX up a snug bank account to draw on. It Truby all send away large quantities'' where for their kindness and consider- few hours later. special address request he ,delivered reproduce c41 the July patrioti 4th.- J' j
i
:
J may be that a way will be found to issue of vines. ation to the deceased during her last We all feel that she is not dead but This will be done: by spe;ial request .1+
insteadof The damp soil of this section caus- illness and to the survivors duringthe j
Twelve Magazines Badly Damaged- salary warrants monthly sleeping the .lee', of the righteous.A : of some who heard this ad ress before ;
1
Many Windows Shattered. quarterly. es draws and vines to root quickly and same trying period, and since. ITIEND.
and feel that it deserves a arger hearing a 1
in a short time they have grown long j."

SAN FRANCISCO July 10.-Two POTATO VINES enough to be cut off, the cuttings to be BAPTIST CHURCH.The SURPRISE PARTY. that in first received.T. L. Z'luARR. *-r- j

storehouses on the Mare Island navy planted for the production of sweet Pastor. : J
yard explosion. i potatoes. The late rains have caused morning service was fairly well \ i i
were destroyed by an
Twelve of fifteen magazines were badly By-Product From Field Has Good Demand the vines to grow very fast, and the attended last Sunday and at the close Quite a large crowd of jolly girls 1
This Season.A uncommonly large makes demands of the service the church observed the and boys from Jacksonville motoredover ANOTHER DIPPINC VAT. j
damaged. The explosion broke one acreage .
from the shippers to fill. Lord's supper. to the home of Miss Bertha Quigley Lumber & Sup y Company ::1 1 j
thousand windows in the Vallejo a easy '
his Moore last to have have orders for a new I :pping vat, j
half the has opened in The vines by-products from the At night Mr. Roberts and Boy Friday night a ',
mile Fire started in new industry ,
away. from J. W. Prevatt to be onstructed i
,
Scouts from Alachua, with Mr. Halli- surprise party. They were greeted
wrecked buildings. Desperate efforts Starke this season. It is the shipmentof the potato fields and cost the growers
his attended and invited in the on his place about four : tiles south- 1
and some of Scouts, cordially parlor
a were made to prevent it from spread- sweet potato vines, mostly of the nothing except the labor of cutting gan
in a body. They were given honoraryseats. where they enjoyed many games, west of Starke. The mat' rials are on ; j
ing to other buildings where explo- Porto Rico variety. This trade has and bringing' them to the shippers.The
sives were stored. not begun this season, for during sev- adverti'ing this section receives We were glad to have them in music and last a beautiful poem, "The the ground and the work ill be commenced ;

the service. The attendance good. Wooing Days," recited by Miss Bertha at once.
vines, this a'a vine producer will cause was
have sent
The fire is under control. It is ret eral season we away year
rich in
rict
There will be the usual services on Moore in a charming and impressivemanner. This vat will serve a di
ported that six were killed and admit- but the shipments have been so smallas the trade to double or treble next
next Sunday morning and evening, at Then Miss Barbara Moore, cattle. In the immedia neighborlansell -
ted were hurt. Officials said to be almost negligible. Some days year.
many four five tons _i the usual hours to which all are cor- assisted by Miss Ruth Irving, served hood the Prevatts, T. F. \ and
reach to
they would not make the casuality report the shipments
invited. The attendance is keep- home made candy and cake, after Alec Dyal own large he ila and the
is about Mess Goldwire Colson, 0. W. Bar- dially
the
until the full extent of the dam- in weight, but average s. .
well for vacation times.W. which all departed, declaring they had range is full of cattle in directions. .
age done and casualties,were known. two tons daily. The shipments will lost ry, J. E. Clemons and A. L. Green, of ing up the fifth vat for
Two were injured by concussion on a for one month longer. N. B. Hull, C. Brooler] were visitors to Starke Tues- G. LAW had a very pleasant time.A. This makes driing i '
Bradford f1R
Pastor. GUEST. county. -
ferry two miles away. S. Durling, H. C. Waters and J. M. day. .- < --.---. I Iq.

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LITTLE CITIZENS OF NANCY Mrs. J. T. Quigley chaperoned a partyo + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ;
THE INTERESTING young ladies from Starke to see the + LEGAL NOTICES < A

I cattle dipped.The + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + The Beauty Secret.. T
(By Marian Bonsall Davis), Wynn Brothers were so pleased ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTKS *f FINAL

(The writer spent six months in DISSERTATION with the first day's dipping they NOTICE is hereby SETTLEMENT.given that on October 8. Ladies desire that irresislible -
France as a volunteer worker. This made arrangements with some of their 1917 I will present to the County Judge of i charm
Bradford County Florida my final account -a gocjdcomplexion. ;
sketch is the result of a visit to Nan- I neighbors to round up another bunchof and vouchers of the estate of Calvin Mod, deceased $1tl' couiL
). cattle for dipping on the following and apply for the approval of same Of
cy ONTHETICKDR. i day. They estimate that there are and for my final discharge as such administra theydonotwishothersl.f :
is well to sit _
it
To learn patriotism, I tor.Dated ;
about 1,000 cattle on the range within this the 30tb day of March, A. D. to know a beauti
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at the feet of the little citizens of r
three miles of the vat and of 1917.
some
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Nancy, and the children refugees who the cattle A. Z. ADKINS. ;/1 t has been used so tIt y ,
4' owners are making
arrange- *
Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott. de t
RED CROSS PLEDGE have found shelter there from shattered STEVER GIVES LIFE ments to dip their stock in the Wynn ceased Starke. Fla. S-30-6mo. 'f buy a bottle of
. and burning homes. Sometimes you
F of can hear them singing while the guns HISTORY OF PARASITE vat. Balm
members
This is the oath which Several cattle owners are talking MASTER'S SALE. Magnolia
the Red Cross Society take. It is repeated are booming on the Lorraine frontier about putting in dipping vats this season Hereby notice is given that under and by
in the workrooms of the society less than three miles awaypatrioticsongs DESCRIBES CATTLE DIPPING ATWYNN'S as the ticks are worse than they virtue of that certain final decree of fore- LIQUID FACE POWDER '
Alsace and Lorraine. The closure made and entered by the Judge of the
about and use according simple dueclicni
to to
remember -
and is good one have for several Imp!
a been ova.
day
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years. 8th Judicial
every VAT SOUTHWESTOF Circuit of Florida in and for
older people than take a new grip on ment 11 noticed at once. Sooth.nr,cooling cad
Bradford in ,
: County chancery on the 25th refreshing. Heal Sunburn. pops 1 an.
to flag, and their courage. STARKE. day of June A. D .1917. in favor of W. T. 4Pinl. '
"I pledge allegiance my children in Nancy AIR RAIDERS TAKE TWO-SCORE Weeks as complainant and against Caesar WAite.fxW-Red
to the Republic for which it stands. There are some LIVES IN ATTACK ON LONDON Davis and his wife May Davis as defendants 75 f. at Dmitutt or ts mail JimL tj
indivisible with Liberty who live comfortably in their homes. the undersigned as Special Master in Chancery .
One nation, Sample (either color) for 2c. ,
Stamp
bombs fall Nan- will offer! for sale and sell in front of
all." Because so many on Another canal to prosperity has been j ?!
and Justice for the court house door in Starke. Bradford Lyon Mfg Co.. 40 South Fifth 51..Breokl
cy, and because the city is sometimes completed and put into service in this Late Reports Give Thirty-seven Dead; County Florida during the legal hours of.| "-.]N.Y.
bombarded, the children know that on section of Bradford county. Refer- sale on Monday the 6th day of August A. D. .- !III.,.
<> <> <$> <$ "> <$ $ $> 4 3 .A must into the 141 Injured. 1917. to the highest and best bidder for cash 1 __ -.- __
town they
run _
> a signal ence is made to the cattle dipping vat the following described real estate lying and -2
0 RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. <3> cellar of the nearest house marked built for Wynn Brothers on the L. A. being in Bradford County, Florida to-wit: What is F6s
LAX
0 :. with the great red cross of Lorraine. Wynn farm, six miles southwest of LONDON July 9-London was sub- corner Seven of acres Southeast more or Quarter less in the of Northwest Southwest =

444OvJJ444v4wMORALS Perhaps there they will have protec- Starke. jected Saturday to an air raid on per- Quarter of Section Twenty-two, Township Six LAX-FOS( IS AN IMPROVED CAtCAA
4'> '> tion.Then The first dipping in it was made or. haps a larger scale than any the Ger- South, Range Twenty-two East.A. Digestive Liquid Lasattve, Catfartic

there are the children in the July 5th, when Dr. A. C. Stever, general mans had previously attempted. A S. CREWS and LiverTonic. ContainsCasrarark
hospitals, victims of the bombs. We field supervisor for the United score or more of airplanes flew over Special Master in Chancery.D. Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Jlar\

are so used to talking in millions now States Bureau of Animal Industry, the center of the city, diving down E. KNIGHT, I Root,May Combines Apple Root,Sennsl avtf,. and
Solicitor for Complainant. Pepsin. strength With
that it seems more than legions to see 7-6-ot.; pala
with headquarters in Jacksonville, suddenly to a comparatively low altitude table aromatic taste. Does not'
one little girl, whose legs were cut off, mixed the chemicals, charged the vat dropping their bombs quicklyand ;riI .

hugging a doll tight in her arms, her and supervised the dipping of 157 speeding off southward. Their 4040400004466040 -.-

grave face never smiling. Two little cows and calves. A few of the Wynn explosives caused some damage in the <$> <8> BOSCHEE'S GERMAN snnr

boys who have had amputations from pigs were also given a swim to kill heart'of London and killed thirtyseven 10 TRAIN SCHEDULE. i> Why use ordinary cough reri.tdi(,$,

OF THE ARMY. the bombs have asked to be allowed to the lice on their bodies and all the persons and injured 141. The offi- 3> when Boschee's German "n1 ; has>>

lie in the some room with the wounded dogs present were thrown into the.vat cial figures showed the casualties to
In this time of war when Germans soldiers. The soldiers smiled and to kill the ticks on them. have not been nearly so heavy as in <* 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917, *> years in all parts of the United .$ates
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are demonstrating their educated bar- I said, "J>ien;" ard the little fellows are Before this was done Dr. Stever the big raid of June 13, when 151 per- and trains will run as follows: (?> for coughs, bronchitis, coMs sjttled

barism by corrupting the morals of the inordinately proud of the acicdents, picked a mature tick from one of the sons were killed and 430 injured.On <8> I in the throat, especially! Ju-ip: tnj, iJc! *.

world, using the sword and firebrand, that gave them the right to lie in a dogs and a mature cattle fever tick that occasion the Germans lost 0. Jacksonville to Tampa. It gives the patient a {rol that ward of soldiers in rank <* No. 3 ___________ free from with _
it seems particularly appropriate crippled equal from one of the cows, to show the peo- only one machine, according to the ----- 10:55 a. m. coughing, easy cnpfctoration
the great work of the Red Cross and wl.h; heroes. ple present the difference in appear- British admission. This time, how- <5> No. 1-----__________11:14 p. m. <*> in the mornirg, jrivcs ijiture:

the Y. M. C. A. should be broughtto 'I her, too, there are the little ones ance of the two varieties of ticks. ever, four of the German raiders were No. 15 "Floridian"2:37 p. m. 4 a chance to soothe the inflated.?paits
the attention of all of the peopleof in the refugee colonies. If you have He gave a short talk about the work brought down.Furthermore. <> 3 and thrf.vv off the disease\iolp] ?* the -
helped to the world burden, by <> Jacksonville to Cedar Key. 0 patient to regain his health. ,
the country. carry -saying in part: "I do not want any the British at Dunkirk and ]
When the boys of Uncle Sam leave your service, by your money, you can one to become confused about the var- across the channel, who went out <* No.2L______________ 4:50 p. m. '?> 75 cent bottles. Sold Ly C. P. '<.!ason. I
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their native heaths and embark for look clear into their eyes. Otherwiseyou ious kinds of ticks which are found on looking for the raiders and failed to s -*. ,

foreign soil, they will be given moral turn away. These little ones are cattle, dogs, sheep, or squirrels, and find them, did such effective & Tampa to Jacksonville. .
repres- 4 No. 4___ ___ _______ 3:26 LIFT YOUR CORNS ? j
protection through these two great educational like other children except in one thing. think that cattle fever ticks get on sive work on other German aircraft p. m.
$ No. 2_______________ < >
institutions and instead of No horrible thing can ever surprise 4:51 a. m. ?
all animals. They are. found only on that seven hostile machines were accounted OFF WITH FINGERS(
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following the example of the enemy them, for their baby eyes have seen cattle and some times horses and for within a brief period. $ No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. j

when they capture a town or city in the unspeakable. They have seen violence mules.' If they do not get on these an- 0// t t .4
they will do so with chivalry and wrath in its most perverted imals within few Q Cedar Key to Jacksonville. *:
Germany, herded and driven a months from BIG SUGAR PLANT OPENED IN *> No. 20______________ 9:18 a. m. *> I Tells How to Loosen a Tlider
forms-grandparents : -
and children.
to the women hatching they die of starvation. SAVANNA
This will show better than anything mothers hunted down. They are "Each mature female tick lays from o$> Starke and Wannee.
else that he democracy of the world too young to know that these things 1,500 to 5,000 eggs, after she has 4 1
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SAVANNAH Daily Except Sunday) Out Without Pain.
:, is the answer to all of their troubles arc lot a common part of lifa. And dropped from her host to the ground, Ga., July 7.-Monday 4 No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 ,
throw off the though they are so much older than morning the Savannah plant of the a. m. ".
and this will do more to and these eggs hatch within a short 4 No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 m. 4 :
rule than anythingelse in knowledge of suffering and vio- Savannah Sugar Refinery Company, p.
yoke of autocratic you time during hot weather. The little o & ;
the world at large can do. lence and terror, yet, because you are seed ticks cluster around tops of grass built at a cost of $2,000,000, will begin 4 T. J. GRIFFIN, <> You reckless men and wom..J who

By supporting the Red Cross and big and seem to them wise, they look blades, or on other points of vantage, operation. This will mark the inauguration S> Agent. are pestered with corns and why have
at least
of the 1 40000406000004oQ40 once a week inVited aniiwful
the Y. M. C. A., you are protectingyour up at you in child appeal. When you waiting for a cow, horse or mule to greatest enterprise
boy and all the other soldiers have seen that look you have touched come along and cupply them with the established in Savannah with in the I death from lockjaw or bjood j'jioison

with whom he will be associated. This the war. And when you have touchedthe blood necessary for further development past ten years or more. It will be I:are now told by a Cincinnati all ority
will him again evil and send war there is only one kind of relief one of six sugar refineries in the Unit- :to use a drug called fVt-ezonerf'which:
If the blood
preserve is not supplied to j R OK 4 s sN0 v $+ .I the
* him back again j'lst as moral as he possible to you, and that is to help. them within four or five months the ed States and one of two in the South, !,: moment a few drops are Applied
the other being at New Orleans. ,1 to any corn or callus the sort ess is
left ii. At Nancy, the Mayor, Monsieur Mir-
seed ticks die. But
as soon as they ,relieved ard the :
man, a remarkable and far seeing man soon entire rirn or
:tr RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP.Webster has turned the huge army barracks get rapidly.cow At blood the development end of seven proceeds days after -I "MOO:I" W J.R.Davis | ;callus, root and all, lifts off 'a?{h the "

into refugee schools and dormitories.It attaching to a host a tick moults I .J fingers I
is a wise and kindly shelter. But (Author Unknown 1 & Company Freezone dries the moment ibis applied
"Member" the and gets an extra pair of legs. At the )
defines and
as Ii simply shrivels the ri'rn
little 1 or
r one does not see defugees at end of another the ;
essential part of a structure, hence an their slates and primers and hear them moults and seven days tick Every evening, just about dark, ;callus without inflamirg or evtp irri-

W organization is as strong as its merberi sing their nursery and patriotic songs, again become sexually ma- You can meet a moo cow, right in tating the surrounding tissue t't skin. .
arc loyal and efficient. ..\ member the ture. Within a few days the female Starke. INSURANCE A small bottle of freezone will! cost
without seeing in one's mind count 'H
tick |
who slacks, who neglects to do his less army of the helpless where the the engorges with blood and drops to They tried to fence her out by law, I very little at any of the drugstores, ;

or her bit is like a tiny leech, gradually frightened look still dwells. You see ground, ready to begin laying But it wouldn't gee and didn't haw. kit will positively rid one's j'et of

: sucking the strength of the organization I I the little red heads, the pig tails and eggs. They decided, after due reflection, ; .j4 every hard or soft corn or hs'dened' 'j

c, ; because uninterested memberskill the curls, the freckled noses and the tle"By systematically dipping the cat- To take a vote on cow election. I Starke :-: Florida f j allus.; If your druggist ha.sjft any :
the enthusiasm of other workers, turned up ones, the faces made to every fourteen days for one sea- Just 30 votes said "Keep her home," .1 freezone he can get it at nn ''/.,'hole- I
_i and make it necessary for a few to do laugh turned solemn, and the funny son all the seed ticks on the range are But 89 said "Let her roam." lh*s0 t..84i.rA?+t+i..6Ks...1 !sale drug house for you. { ((60)-

the work of ntany, if any appreciable youngster legs. In them see picked up by the cattle and killed in So she rambles about with a ting-a- p .
you your
the
dipping solution, or they starve .
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results are to be accomplished.It ling bell, .
children. Bits of take
own verses possession I
by enthusiasm is easy to become born of a the member momentitis ,-fired of you "of such is the for laid lack to hatch of blood.ticks If the no new pastures eggs and are And don't to care if her enemies all go UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I. STATE COLLEGE for WpEN:}
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kingdom of heaven" "than he GAINESVILLEHigh
TALLAHASSEE j:
not so easy to remain a member, as range will be cleaned in one fjoson So here's to the cow, her march ;
should offend of these little ones" may:
defined by Webster, when the blaze of 4There one and then all your troubles wLb! cattle never stop, Moral, Intellectual Standards College of the Highest: Rjjk

first enthusiasm dies down. Yet it is fever ticks will be over. Till her carcass hangs in meat Liberal Arts, Law, Agriculture, Engi- Liberal Arts, Education, Muc: Expression -
up a
is a very quick, definite, prac- "As I determine there Physical Educatiol;'Art
the men and women, who, having near as can market shop. neering, Education, Graduate School. ,
tical
The Red
to help. American
pledged themselves to membershipwith way are about 25,000 head of cattle in Send for Catalogue and ViewsA. Home Economics j,

all that the definition implies, Cross is asking Some for of $100,000,000 this to im-the Bradford county. Every person will Read the Bradford County A. MURPHREE, Write for Catalogue and JViews
mediately. goes admit that heavy infestation of tickson EDW. CONPjjI| ,
of their Tele-I
keep the letter and spirit grrph-the home paper.
children directly; all of course, indi- President.
promise, that make such glorious organizations an animal will reduce the weight, President..
rectly. Every cent you give will go ,
and the government has demonstrated I
as the Red Cross possible.And 1"-
in the knowledge of a difficult further than you could believe a cent that such weight reductions amountto "-Tt, ". J
could go. A cent will give a bowl of
work well done lies happiness and con- from 100 to 150 pounds per mature
to a hungry froghtened, orphan
tentment unknown to those who constitute soup animal per year, based on normal i j
the of I child. One dollar, ten. one hundred gains in weight under tick free conditions N. T. RITCH Pre.
p drones an organization. There is a phrase now in W. T. Weeks Vic .Pre.. J. H. RITCH Ca.hic}'
America needs she needs'
fighters
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common use-"the luxury of doing
,w men and women who will fight at I "Taking the lower figure as a basis, i
home as well as abroad. Let's all ofF good. with the average market price for

us who are "members" do our share.Let's grass steers of five cents per pound, Bradford !
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not quit. Let's prove we're each BOYS ON FOREIGN SOIL you get a loss of S3; per head per yearas County Bank
and everyone of us worthy of those the tax you cattle owners are pay
ing for letting the ticks blood
steady eyed men who will. soon be suck
fighting in the trenches. Let's remember All mail addressed to members of from your cattle. The ticks can be

that we are just as important the American expeditionary forces in forever cleaned out of Bradford coun- Bradford County's Financial Stronghold.
z to the success of the organization as France should bear a complete desig- ty at a cost of about 50 cents per

our next door neighbor and when we nation of the division, regiment, com- head of cattle: so that the county resources -

f hear "Reveille" let's be up and ready pany and organization to which the can be increased about $4.50 Condensed statement of the condition of
for action. addressee belongs, but must not bear per head of cattle in one year, by erad- Bradford County !Bank

the name of the city to which the lat- ication of cattle fever ticks, or a net at close of business June 20th 1917. '-

FULL PUBLICITY TO EXPENDITURES ter is going. This is the informationsent gain to the county resources of about
PROMISED. to all postmasters by the post- $112,500.00."A .
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master general.The large number of your cattle die RESOURCES LIABILITIES t
letters will all be forwarded to every year from tick fever or pover-

Establishment af dispensaries in all New York City and from there sent to ty, also caused by the ticks which reduce Loans and Discounts $155,747.45 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00

important seaports of the allied coun- a postal base in France. The postal the vitality of the stock by sucking Bradford County School Warrants 16,199.40 Surplus fundUndivided

tries probably will be one of the first base will be known as the United large quantities of blood. These Town of Starke Bonds I 10,000.00
undertakings of the American Red States Mail Agency in France. animals are total losses to the owners 2,000.00 profits, less expenses paid 7,965.83

% Cross in administering the big war The letters are subject to the Unit- and to the resources of the county Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 Cashier's checks outstanding ,

fund, estimated at $114,000,000, with- ed States domestic classification, con- "After the ticks arec leaned out All other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 Deposits 1,158.92 i
out final reports from a few cities. ditions, and rates of postage and the you cattle owners can bring in pure 247,134.23'Overdrafts
Henry P. Davidson, chairman of the letters, postcards and printed matter, bred beef type males to head your secured and unsecured 572.08

; Red Cross war council, said each of originating with such forces for trans- herds and improve the quality of your Cash on hand and in Banks 89,764.73

the allied governments had been ask- mission to the United States, are also stock. Then you can save from two

ed for permission to establish the dis- subject to domestic classification. No to four years time in maturing your TOTAL $291,259.00 TOTAL !

pensaries, "a measure of relief urgently other than United States stamps are cattle for marketing a2gl- ,2-. -_.
needed." valid for the prepayment of postageon "Tick eradication is your work. The -

Mr. Davidson promised fullest pub- the matter described. state and federal governments will Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transaction '.
licity possible to the expenditure of Postal authorities are furnishing the furnish supervisors to co-operate with

the funds. following for the proper addressing of your county officials when county o f business is offered by us. Absolute safety perfect convenien c '
"The war council of the Red Cross," all mail to be sent to the expeditionary funds are available for building dip- .

he said, "is deeply sensitive of its very forces: ping vats and putting on tick eradica- prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank. i!
grave obligation to administer with all "Return to Mrs. John Smith, tion work. But we cannot come in :
the wisdom and foresight which can street, New York City. and tell you folks to do this work."I Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of our

.. be mustered into service, the very To John Smith Jr., Company -; want :you to watch some of these best attention at all times.
large sum of money intrusted to it." -Infantry; American Expeditionary very ticky cattle for the next few I
,r Forces. weeks and notice the improvement in
The blanks are of course to be filled their appearance after they have hada -
AMERICAN STEAMER SUNK BY with the names and numbers of the chance to devote all of their blood

- SUB SATURDAY. company and regiment energy to building up flesh and bone Bradford .

r" in place of giving the largest part of County Bank
Dally Thought it to support the ticks."
LONDON, July 9.-The American
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Among the cattle
Imperfections cling to a man, which owners present
steamer Massapequa was sunk on Sat- If he wait till he have brushed off: entirely at the dipping were: R. R. Wynn, F.
urday by a German submarine. The he will spin forever on his ails A. Scott and S .J. Prescott of Starke: Bradford County's Financial Stronghold. ,1| i
landed at the small island
crew was advancing nowhlther.-Carlyle H. 0. Wynn, J. W. Prevatt, D..1. ,
'': of Sein, off the French coast, 28 miles Jones, W. S. Futch and B. Johns, of .

I southwest of Brest. Piles Cored In e to 14 Days Hampton; James Graves Chesley Starke Florida. i

The Massapequa was of 3,193 tons You dmret will refund money if PAW Fogg, C. B. Roberts and James Rey- ,

gross, and was armed with guns manp' OINTMENT.Bleeding fills or Protruding to cure toy Piles case in of 6 to Itching 14 days., nolds, of Graham; L. A. Wynn and L. I !
ned by naval gunners. Tie first application: givea Ease and Rest. Soc J. Wynn, owners of the vat. Mr. and 1L ILIL
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: FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PACJ3 THREE L

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c Governor Catts to answer neglect of I, LEMON JUICE IS THE BEST TESTIs l ,

duty charges and show cause why jEDGAR EYES
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_ lii News of Florida In Short Paragraphs. they should not be removed in connection The Test of Time Optician """isted
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! r I status it is reported of Key from West.Tallahassee Some time, com-ago, Girls, Make This Cheap Beauty Years ago this-Starke resident told Broken Lenses Duylic&ted i .

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Live State News J plaints were made to Gov. Catts by Lotion to Clear and of good results from using Doan's Same Day as Rccifiycd s i

. L. : federal authorities that men in uni- Whiten Your Skin. Kidney Pills. Now Mrs. J. W. An- I'Wt, Specialize 140 on fail W.I FOR3VTH Orders-Wmy If -Fbst*&.

-- sold drinks drews confirms her former statement I
: form were given and pro-

Told by Our Exchanges. I miscuously and that disorderly houses Squeeze the juice-of two lemons in- -says there has been no return of the The Quinine Tint Does" Rot Arict The HeadBecause t

____ I were running wide open. Catts to bottle three trouble. Can Starke people ask for of Its tome ant laxat-.rcSe&ect, LAXA- I .
/1 orders to clean the city and a containing ouncesof more convincing testimony? TIVE BK0MO QC1NIN2U tctttr-ihin; ordinary I ;
gave up
orchard white, shake well, and : Quinine and does not cause nr&vousness ncr '
HASTINGS.-The chamber of com-t ELLENTON.-Manatee county is restricted district was abolished with have you i Mrs. Andrews says: "I feel justifiedin ranging in head. Remember theullllame and '
to launch scheme it said that a quarter pint of the best freckle recommending Doan's Pills.I look for tie ugMturt fcJ/ W.5ROVB.. sc.00004000044tr4 .
merce, St. Johns county, established a a gigantic for mak- the result, is resorts appeared and tan lotion and Kidney ,
complexion
community cannery. It has been well ing Florida syrup, the company pro- in many other sections of the beautifier at small used them for kidney complaint and f

patronized by women from both the posing to produce 50,000 cases of syrup cit>. Little improvement was said to Your very has, the very lemons and cost. backache and they proved very bene-
city and the country, who find it easierto in 1918. Howard Curry, of Tam- have been shown in in the drink ques- drug store grocer or toilet counter will any ficial." .

can there than in their homes. pa, is president of the company, which tion and the governor finally cited the I ply three ounces of orchard white sup fora Lasting Results FRATERNAL

has an authorized capital of $250,000.The officials to make an explanation or be few cents. this Over three years later, Mrs. An- 4 DIRF<*TORY 4 '
company owns 27,000 acres of fine removed. Massage sweetly drews said: "The cure Doan's Kidney 4 a'. 1 9
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MILTON Milton claims the unique fragrant lotion into the face neck
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land on the Manatee river just across Pills gave me has been a lasting one.I 4 F. & A. M. Bradford Tbdge No. 4 1 ,
of having the largest mil- arms and hands each day and how
distinction the river from Ellenton. The new see am just as willing to recommend this 0 35. Meets every seijfad and C t
in the state, one hundred DER KAISER UND DER CROWN freckles and blemishes disappear and
itary company "
concern will be located just within medicine now as before. 0 fourth Monday nights.! 4' I
and nineteen officers and men re- how clear, soft and white the skin be- li
>A sight of the ruins of what was once PRINCE. Price 50c at all dealers. Don't sim- 0 0
f at the last inspection, with comes. Yes! It is harmless.
porting members unavoidably detained. said to be the biggest and costliest ((97) ply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's 4 I. 0. 0. F., May LodJ No. 10.4'i
several sugar mill in America. The general Kidney Pills-the same that Meets ni-ht! i
The Tallahassee company has a Der Kaiser called der Crown Prince in WORK OF UNEARTHING GERMAN o every Tuesday
offices Mrs. Andrews has twice
and warehouses will be locatedin publicly rec- i
of 125, but this includes the Und to him: "Mein son, SPIES STILL GOING ON
roster Tampa but carload lots will be ship- say ommended. Foster Milburn Co., Props., 4 M. W. of AJ, Starve Camp. '
ladies of
from Quincy. The I tink lick der worldt
battalion ve ,
the ped directly from the mill. The rail- go I Buffalo, N. Y. ((33)) 0 Meets every first and third Wednesday 4'O
Milton have presented company Dot giffs us lots of fun.
of the state have made lower WASHINGTON 12-Now
ways a July that nights.
handsome silk flag. i 04
with a rate on syrup and other cane products Uncle Sam has settled down to the _

than on any other farm product ship- Der Crown Prince says: "Perhaps yecan't. grim grind of warfare and actually General InsuranceI 0 W. 0. W., All Friei:Is Camp C i

DEFUNIAK SPRINGS.Seventyfive ped in Florida. ." has troops at the front, efforts are to 0 No. 138. Meets every si-ond and 4

thousand pounds of wool, the sea- Der Kaiser slapp der table, be made to correct a number of glar- represent none but FIRST 0 fourth Friday nights. j 0

son's clipping, were sold at DeFuniak JACKSONVILLE.-Despite the Unt says: "If I vould lick der" worldt, ing evils in the preparation for and CLASS companies and will be 0 4

Springs Tuesday of last week, to H. ruthless submarine activities which By Gott, mein son, I'm able. conduct of the war, which hitherto constantly on the alert to 4 Union Chapel 536, 4 ;

Piser & Company, of Mobile, for 66 has caused an almost complete paralysis have been ignored to preclude even a promote 0 meet every first and this Friday I

cents a pound by the growers. This of trans-Atlantic commerce, the Der Frenchmen, vot is dem to me? suspicion of criticism of the govern- your interests. Guarantee 4 nights at Union A. Ellington ) :

price was paid for the crude wool. port of Jacksonville has opened upa I crush dem wif my d'umb; ment or any of its departments. That courteous treatment to all pa- Clerk, R. No. l.Starke. 4 Ii

I Scoured wool generally sells in the trade with the Bermudas, West In- In yoost vone week, in Paris streets, many errors of commission and omis- trons. A well written policy bya 0

wholesale markets at twice or more dies, Bahamas and Central and South You hear mein Dutchers drum. sion must be expected, everyone con- first-class agent in a first- 4 Visiting brothers are cordially 0 \ jl

than the price paid for the unwashed, A erica, including Mexico, that shows i .. .}- cedes, and no attention is to be paidto class company sometimes means 0 invited to attend these yieetings. I

such, as, we understand, this was. ittjre than double the number of ships In spite of dreaties I vill show the picayune shortcomings whichare much in case of loss by fire. 4 0 I

II cleared for foreign ports for the fiscal Der Belgians who I am. bound to develop. 00000440104444440 i

ST. PETERSBURG.-John Wana- years ending June 30, 1917, than clear- I'm voost like Teddv Yoosevelt..' kid.m_. Thefi rst evil to be combatted, it is H. C. RICHARD, Starke : t J

maker, the merchant prince, will soon ing in any one year during the preced- Mine word aint wort a tamm.: agreed by some of the biggest men of I Trespass cards for safe it. this office. j

leave for his Philadelphia home, and ing eleven years or since 1916. Deputy t me country, is lack of co-ordination i ,

will have for his home one of the hand- Collector of Customs Kimball R. I come right back from Paris quick, among the various departments. An- ft I 'I

somest mounted tarpon ever sent out Bobbitt in charge of the customs house And tackle him, der Czar, other is the secretiveness of many I'We

from this city. The fish is the 100 here states that the collections were I bet he says tammit suddenly, points through which the American Yes i

pound beauty which Robert Carroll 133 per cent greater for the fiscal year "Vot fighting men you are?" people are kept in absolute ignoranceof /'E

caught at Longboat inlet last week. just closed than for the year of 1915- things on which it is acknowledgedtheir

Mr. Carroll is having the fish mounted 1916. Und liddle George of England, too, enemy has full and ample infor- Qr
and will present it to Mr. Wana- I turn him on mein knee, mation. 'Above all, it is felt that the

maker as a reminder of the famous Und spank him so he cries oudt loud: American people must be aroused to It --=-

fishing waters about Pass-a-Grille. KATHLEEN.-The bank of A. S. "Ach! Kaiser, pardon me!" realization that their country is deep- ;
Keith and Co., of this place, closed its ly involved in the greatest war of all aaaaea j

doors Saturday. Mr. Keith, the sole the ages.
I take from him his fighting ships,
ELLENTON.-In conversation withH owner of the institution, is said to Und turn dem into junk: Reports have gone broadcast over
.W.Herwig, manager of the Slate have endeavored to have a receiver the land that "everything is working :
appointed I make him dip his flag to mein,
Seed Co., of Ellenton, who has recently I
but investigation showing it Ven all his ships is sunk. beauutifully at Washington, when
made a trip over Manatee countywe would be impossible to put the insti- such really is not the case under any
learn that there are at least two tution its feet the administration whatever which 1
upon receivershipwas Und if der Yankees give me sass, went 7 = t
thousand acres in this county plantedto denied. State Bank Examiner I into war with the nation in a conditionof
right dar .
go over .T-
this crop this summer. This is indeed Whitefield, on Saturday took over the Und tear deir Gott-tammt country up, absolute unpreparedness. Everyone

pleasing news, as rice is one of affairs of the bank, and will proceedto I vill-by Gott-I schwear! wishes to "support the President," but .-.-- !l
the staple crops of the country, and liquidate it. The bank was a private it is felt that even the President does =:;E8/- .
one to which the soil in this section is not know -
institution, but under state su Der yellow Japs vot talks so big, of some of the grievous con-
especially adapted.ST. pervision. It is said that the deposits dition. _
I gif dose fellows h-l
; -
amounted only to some $6,000. It is I make dem tink der planet Mars For example, the President decreed iI a 0
PETERSBURG-Because it has stated that the bank had notes owingto On top of dem has fell. that Germans in America should not -

been unable to get its reserve which it amounting to $4,000; and that the be disturbed in the conduct of their r__

has been in the Heard National Bankof personal property of Mr. Keith wouldbe Why, you don't know me yet, mein legitimate business, and to this policy _
Jacksonville at the time that insti- available to satisfy the creditors. boy, is attributed the loss of many mer-

tution failed last January, the Florida Mr. Keith's property is stated to be You never seen me fight; chant ships. Many Germans are in :.,:i.:::: L.J
Bank and Trust Company of this city I valued at around $11,000.TAMPA.According But dat's the gottalmightiest ding the insurance business, and by insuring M + e -

closed its doors Monday. This failureto In vich I take delight.-Ex. ships and their cargoes get full

get some $50,000 out of the Heard to R. M. Wil- information of the port and date of I.

bank because of slow process of receivership -I liams, president of the Williams Ship- SUBMARINES FAIL TO MAKE sailing, the port of destination and a

together with a slump in building Company, of this city, con- GOOD OF CLEARING THE SEAS full manifest of cargoes. A memberof I
the deposits at the local bank this struction of a large quantity of knock- the cabinet has expressed an opin-

spring, caused the failure, accordingto down houses will be started at once for ion that information goes to Germany Quigley Lumber and Supply Co.
President A. C. Odom. Sinking Many Ships But Total is Not from this country without a moment's
shipment to France, and which will be
Up to What Was Expected. loss of time by wireless from "some
used in rebuilding the devastated
area
where in the Western Starke Fla.
PENSACOLA.-Contract for the of the French Republic. Contracts for hemisphere. ,
erection of three large aviation piers, the construction of the houses have WASHINGTON, July 12.-With the So this information about the ships
close of the fifth goes to the U-boats at .
month of once.
Germany'sunrestricted ---- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- -----
300 feet long and forty feet wide, for been received by this firm, who have
In
the government has been awarded to also received contracts from the Unit- submarine warfare, naval one case a steamship was halted

F. G. & A. C. Proudfoot, of this city, ed States Shipping Board for he build- officers of the allied fleets declare that by a U-boat whose commander said to
the campaign is falling far short of the merchant captain, "You're twelve Used for Twenty Years t
according to A. C. Proudfoot, who returned ing of eight wooden ships, and are now
"
the success originally outlined by its hours late; what detained you?
last week from Washington. waiting only for the approval of the In Alwavs has given satisfaction. JRed Cross Liver
The contract price will be $77,000. papers by Gen. Goethals. The com- Prussian directors. Germany set out another case, the commander ofa 4t Pi j >!1" (-K-.ne is on> of the dependable old-time! reme
to sink 1,000,000 tons of shipping a U-boat said to a merchant captain: '1)'f et"""' dies. All over the South it has relieved aufftrert from
These piers, to be of concrete, will extend pany will build vessels for private cor- ItllloniBria.
lAvtr
month, but the sinkings have been far "What's your cargo? CaoiplalatlUllnun
300 feet into Pensacola bay, and porations as well as for the govern- l t'olie Itkramatlr .'.1.*
below that "Oh, just some odds and ends said .
figure.According ( ontlvrnr' Mrk Ilmdiirhc
ment and the
the aviators in as soon wooden
will be used by naval as ship tINlr! WM
I "I have DLpep.l. Soar
man. Stomae.kRed
manifest in
to figures collected from your
is the my
ascending and alighting during flights. program complete plant will be
reliable information hand. In which hold those alum- Cross Liver MedicinePurely
converted into steel sources of if the are
The aviation station is situated across a ship building
plant. present rate of sinkings is maintained, the captain. v''get ble; does not sicken. Snl.J In powd-r
from Fort
the of the
entrance bay osusiawwuru form; nia>' be used dry or easily nude into liquid.
:
and there is "
indication that it "Don't lie
to
Barrancas. every me, replied the Ger- PRICE
25.
The :
gP.utnefedCro..Liver Mrdlclne
I otide
will be toll of Allied inum only by
not Germany's plates stored? (utIb 1LbDROS
. ST. AUGUSTINE. little the CASH 1HOS DRUG CO., Inc., .hrhaogrflle }1a.S .
,
} shipping during the from Feb. 1 These
year are actual occurrences, easily : ,
: Cents a Soi at drnmtlntii and la general .COrfll,
DF LAND-Early Wednesday morn- worse for being the target of a frolick- 1917, to Feb. 1, 1918, will not exceed verified, and due unquestionably to the or postpaid from the m .BlactBrera.THE .

ing at Emporia, Mr. Chas. Morganwas ing white friend, Jean Johnson, a negro 4,000,000 tons. To offset that, the ship free hand given to Germans in the

burned to death in his home. It was brought up to the city from builders of the world who are unitedin conduct of their business in this coun-

is thought that Mr. Morgan was read- Summer Haven with three shots im- their efforts to surpass all records, -- ---- T------ --

ing at a table, had fallen asleep and beded in his skin. He said he was will be able to turn out more than try.To
while in that condition the lamp had asleep at the time he was fired upon, 3,000,000 tons. meet the protest against the ex- r -I) !
clusion of Germans
: exploded setting his clothing on fire. and that he believed Jack Cowan, a This will leave the net result of Ger- descent from the or persons of Ger-

t The cottage in which he lived and an white man, had shot him. He, with many's submarine campaign at 1,000- man authorities here show Red that Cross three units such, .. ,

adjoining store building were consumed several others, had been imbibing a lit- 000 tons of shipping during the year.
t by the fire. The deceased is survived tle too freely, and some of the men Germany is sinking ships and manyof persons were taken in England and i'
"two were executed and sent
i one was
i by a wife who was in Birmingham, started playing pranks on each other. them. Up to the first week of July out of the "
t Ala., at the time of the sad misfor- Johnson left the crowd and sought repose the British losses were close to 700 who knows.country, says a big man

; tune: Mr. Morgan had extensive property on a nearby porch. He was awak- vessels of all descriptions. The Amer-

interests in Emporia and also in ened from his slumbers by the deto- ican, French, Italian and other neutral No one wishes to be captious or to

I I Birmingham. nation and by a sprinkling of bird shot losses were not so great, owing to the criticise the government in any way,
I in and about his body. Two shot struck fact that fewer vessels fly those flags. but a feeling has developed and is reflected UNIVERSAL CARA
him in the back and one lodged in the in the columns of some of the
CLERl\IONT.-George E. Bailey, Numbers of vessels sunk, which is
I foot. He was not severely hurt and the foremost administration papers of the
basis which British admiralty
aged 55 drowned in small upon -
years, was a country that constructive reforms
,
made light of his injuries. As Summer are
I lake in Clermont Wednesday, some Haven is now a part of Flagler coun- statements are based, is not so important needed on many lines and that a great little extra attention to your Ford car, a little
time the Mr. Bail- as the amount of tonnage. Out
during morning.
the officers of that county were part of the secretiveness must be lift- then will it in
ty and
ey was missed by relatives and when a of 670 vessels sunk there were 357 of adjusting now help to keep
ed from the face of public affairs. __
left in charge of the case.
1.600 tons and 142 of less than
search was made his hat was found or over
-- -- prime condition and add to its ability to serve you.
near the bank of the lake. Clayton -- 1,600 tons.

Hull volunteered to wade out into the MIAMI-Once more the slick young Shipbuilding operations all over the UGH! CALOMEL MAKES Bring your Ford car here. Why take any chances?

lake to see if he could find the body man has come into town with consid- world are at top speed. Vessels that YOU DEATHLY SICK Let those who know how, those who use genuine
and soon came in contact with it in a erable acclaim, and left between two might in other years have been sent to

few feet of water. The bank where days carrying a bunch of Miami peo- the scrap heap are being kept in ser- Ford parts, take care of your car. To be sure of

Mr. Bailey's hat was found was very ple's money. This time it is W. S. vice. Shipyards are working day and Stop Using Dangerous Drug the best service from} Ford let
steep, and following the recent rains Rymer who is charged with the crimeof night turning out vessels much faster getting your car

was very slippery. It is supposed he emptying the cash drawers of the than ever before. Parts are being Before It Salivates You! skilled Ford men care for it. Prompt j j-attendon

attempted to circle the lake, lost his Conroy Hardware Company safe into standardized; half an hour after one It's Horrible.

footing 'and slipped into the water, his pockets, securing more than ship is launched the keel of another is assured.

strangling before he could right him- $300, and departing for parts un being laid. Materials for shipbuildingare You're bilious, sluggish, constipatedand Touring Car $360, Runabout $345; Town
self. known. Rymer has been in this city getting the right of way over the
for several months, but for six weeks railroads. believe you need vile, dangerous Car $595, Coupelet $505, Sedan $645, all f. o. b.
calomel to start your liver and clean .
LAKELAND.-A wedding of unusual I I past has been employed as cashier of your bowels. Detroit. On display and for sale by :
the Conroy store. Last Thursday MEDICINE VS. FOOD.Do .
romantic interest took place Sun- Here's my guarantee! Ask your A. W. and G. A. Anderson I
morning H. T .Field, the manager of not buy something which you
day when Miss Frances E. Woodworthand for 50 cent bottle of Dodson's
druggist a -
that cash have. You have food which
the store, discovered a petty already
H. T. Timberlake both of Tampa, Starke Fla.
Tone take
Liver and
a spoonful ,
voucher had been raised from 55 centsto you feed your horses, cattle and the
were married by Rev. L. D. Lowe, pas- tonight. If it doesn't start liver
$29.55, and another from $2.21 to sheep, but when you want medicine, your
tor of the church. The
First Methodist
$32.21, the difference being extracted buy only medicine. This is what you and straighten you right up better f
wedding took place at Francis Beach from the petty cash drawer. Rymer get in B. A. Thomas' Stock Remedy.We than calomel and without griping or : .I
and the instead of being
young couple laid the fault onto his predecessor, a sell it and guarantee it to be med- making you sick I want you to go

attired in the conventional garb were young man by the name of Johnson icine. We tell you that it will tone up back to the store and get your mon-
in their bathing suits. The bride look-
ei who has joined one of the military or- the.entire system of your stock and ey.Take
very dainty indeed in her one-piece ganizations here. So suave and convincing aids digestion, thereby causing themto calomel today and tomorrowyou

orange and black bathing costume of was Rymer that Mr. Field believed get all of the food value out of the will feel weak and sick and nau

modish cut, and with accesories to him, and had a warrant drawn grain that you feed them.-Sold by seated. Don't lose a day's work. Takea ]
match. The attired in
was a
groom for Johnson. D. C. Jones, Starke, July 6 13 20 27. spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dodson's -
bathing suit of red. A crowd of con-
Liver Tone tonight and wake up
siderable proportions witnessed the -
Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe feeling great. It's perfectly harm-
unusual wedding and cheered the bride KEY WEST-County Judge Harris,
Old Standard general strengthening tonic less, so give it to your children any :
and groom as they left the popular Solicitor Roberts, Sheriff Jaycocks and !
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC,drives out ...
time. It can't salivate let them .
so
bathing beach to begin their honey- Constable Knight of this city were Malana.ennches the Mood.und builds up the lysn. -
moon. called to Tallahassee to appear before ,-- A true tonic.. For<*ults aDd"biMre 50c eat anything afterwards. ((11-4) :1"
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917.

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June 30, to amt paid out .____________ 79.26 E. M. Johns fireman
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Bradford County Telegraph + LEGAL NOTICES 4fffffffffffffff To amt on hand ___________________1292.01 Tate Harold Denmark Wall do -.--- ,-., lOi La
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+ f Road and Bridge Fund Allen Canova do __ _-.-. .- -- lOi
Birthday NumberOur I CLERK'S REPORT. June }, to amt on hand ___________...1354.73 Buddy George do uu __ t"
lOur -------- _
Published Weekly, and entered as second [ Starke. Fla.. July 1. 1917. June 30, amt reed taxes .__ 507.21 Gu Beaslvy do ------< .-.--- ___ lOi
of the clerk Chas Kta&ley doChan.
t} Report of the Circuit Court in
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Total 1862.94 __ __
class matter at the po t.oOice at and for Bradford County, Florida on accountof ------------ ---- ,. Ensey do u _..;_ ---- __
June 30, by amt paid cut '
Chas. ltt
taxes assessed for the year 1916. ----------- Cameron do .
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"a. Starke. Florida. B. M. DOWLT G. I 5.2.59.1 Drew Alvarez do --___ tot
..' feature ___ ____ To amt on hand Roy Turner do ________-_--, -' tot
;. which mark- proved its success. Every o Tar---- C.oll..tor' n -------- --- --------- -LIR. ,
issue of June 29th -'
I arrangement was so well balanced as County Proper Interest _fund____________ I L. Emerson do ---_--f --_.:: aq
"Q Editor and Owner ed the Telegraph's thirty-eighth birthday June 1. to bal due County Proper I June 1. to amt on hand 3005.46: n Gardiner impour.dirit 1 tot
E. S. )MATTHEWS its readers to make a harmonious whole. Print Fund __________________________ 1,422.51By June 30, reed Silas Kite taxes __,__135J.56: j fees alee
was not received by _________________ -
I H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor; is not uniform in size and amt collected 838.53 Total ---------------.- __ -
" t. without favorable comment on ac- paper Total -___________-____________4358.02 Road and Bridge-Fond-- 100."
of mak-
count of its unique dress. In Starke squareness and the matter July 1, to bal due _________________ 588.98 Sinking Fund J. W. White Si Son supp'ies for 5
the the ing the second impression of black ink"register" Drainage June 1. to amt on hand ____________ 608.29 Quigleys lumber and naiii! .__,__street___ Lii "
have
t. Cattle dipping is becoming order many persons of taste praised June 1. to bal due County DrainageFund June reed Silas Kite ________ Jones Plumbing Shop lit{
30 taxes 507.21 installing:
,f of the day in Bradford county. front page of the paper for its hand- with the colored portion ___________________________ 1,269.i7By Bank of Starke pay rolls '____ ___fount_ 31.35
t Tick eradication was slow in coming some appearance. Then several of printed first was not easy, but it was amt collected __________--__ 697.50 Total .-__._____.______________'_1115.60 0 lW.| F. Mott scavenger wo-fc ---____ 8t

j I : ; but will be all the more sure. All the newspaper brethren have compli- done by exercising much care. The July 1, to tab due __________________ 572.27 I June 1. to amt Waterworks on hand ___Fund__________1147.00 Total ------------------- ._____-- --
,' : honor to the men who made it possible mented us. The Raiford Tribune one current issue of the Inland Printer County Road and Bridge June 30 reed taxes ______.-___________ 169.07 Bond Fund + 1iO-ll s '
I the June I, to bal due County Road andBridge Bradford Co.
t t; through the construction of vats. of our county contemporaries, has received motif later in the uses embellishment practically of its Fund _____________________ 1,641.31By Total _____________________________1316.07 D. C. Jones screen Teliuraph wire prating--_ 1.65'-:
same amt collected _______ ___ _____ 961..9July Bond --h UaJ
these generous words to say: By amt transferred to bond fund __ 433.32 Buyer adv. pa\in bpn U +___ -"
this is the Ii... .
and
influential German journal

.1 '\. ; paper Thus: saith"We don't an intend to use an County Congratulations Telegraph to on the its Bradford thirty- most cover artistic page specimen of the graphicart. 1, to Outstanding bal due _: _Indebtedness____________Fund___ 679.58 Total .:_____________Fond_._____________ 882.75Bond Total The council---------------_._ _-+____-'7.IT- b."

; army across the Atlantic and fight the The Tele- The difference in height of the June 1. to bal due Outstanding Indebtedness June 1. to amt on hand __________7457.05 organi>!ed a'i a of
eighth anniversary.
__ _____________ July t
r the Fund 675.38By ____________ equalization and adjourned to f
of
and shadows
Americans at home. They will be able graph came out last week in na- lights engraved amt collected _________________ 512.94 June 30, recd street paving 4843.32Total : 1917. i S. :) t

; 1- i! to say that they are unbeaten but an tional colors in honor of the oc- plate the picture was printed from is ____________12300.37 "
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'r; i i unbeaten America doesn't make up for casion. less than a ten-thousandth part of an July I, to bal due _____School___________ 162.44County i By amt paid out ____________________ 569.31 I C A. FLITCH
_
p.: t a beaten Entente." Brave words forsooth The Kissimmee Gazette one of the inch,' yet the print was clear sharp June 1, to bal due County School I. Total __________________11731.06 Town Cleft
But America will not allow and even. Those who understand Fund ___-___-___-___________- 3,063.94By --------- -
I best weeklies in the state says: amt collected ___________________ 1795.40 The following bills were paid: NOTICE OF APPLICATHV rOR
., 7. t I the Ententes to be beaten. The Bradford County Telegraph printing know that the "make-up" and General FundE. UNDER SECTION 8 OF HUrrA DEED

!, ,;:. published at Starke celebrated its press work of the paper is always July! 1, to bal due ___________-___ 1268.54 S. Matthews mem council .______ 2.00 LAWS OF FLORIDA. 4831,
. r The managing editor wheeled his good. Those of artistic taste find as County PollsJune J. \\V Andrews Jr., do ____________- 2.00 Hereby notice is vi'en't Ti Jpurchaser Aldenau,
chair around and pushed a button in thirty-eighth birthday by issuinga I 1. to bal due County Polls160.00 S. A. Bryan do _________________ 2.00 of tax sale certificate' numbered
{- admire in
much to good ___________ ___
typographyas _
J wall. The wanted entered. classy number, with a fine front By amt collected 132.00July D. C. Jones do ______________________ 1,00J. respectively IT, bi, 105 and Ids' ,issued I br tit
i the person in paintings and sculptures.So W. White do ___________________ 1.00 Tax Collector for Bradford County' FIorldl,
in colors. ________________
patriotic 18.00 each of said
page to bal due certificates
1.
"Here said the editor "are number being stated
a much for the mechanical excel- A. S. Crews tress salary ________ 7.50 July "
!I r. of directions from outsiders as to The Manatee Banner while not com- Total Sub-School Silas Kite salary and fees ___________ 64.00 A. D. 1915. has filed said certificates in'my
lence of the As for the quality June 1. to bal due Total Sub School office and has made application! ...
, t 4 the best way to run a newspaper. Seer menting on the paper's appearance paper. Fund _____________________-____ 1.377.14 Starke Telephone Co., phone rent_ 1.50 to issue in accordance with luw for. deed
of its contents little praise has __________________ 738.15July Joe Hill Williams mayor fees 5.00
I gracefully praises the young Red By amt collected ----of certificates resrctiiely embrace follou
the
that they are carried out; and the been heard and Ed Burned salary and fees ____ 51.011: : I
none was expected.The lands in
Bradford
Cross workers whose picture appeared __ ___________ H. C. Richard insurance _____ 31.25 County Flori'la as& _, It
_
them all into
: office boy, gathering a process of the getting up of the 1, to bal due 638.99Total J. R. Davis & Co do ________-____ 31.25F. the date of the issuance of .dch' tertifitata .
I, J i' large waste basket did .-National on the front page: subject matter the public knows little Sub School Bonds P. Shaffer inspector of election ___ 2.00T. in the names respecthtly hereinafter patties

"j Lithographer. The Bradford County Telegraph about. and it is "taken for granted." June oonul 1,, to___bal____due___Total___-Sub_____School_____ ..,,reo,,,o.,?, ,. .N. Kendrick. do ______________ 2.00- lardy Certificate set forth Xo., to-wit 17 embraces: i
.. __________ .he
last week j. I. reek ao ________ z.uu South.-*
showed a "group of _____ ____________ 1,013.70
I By amt collected Quarter of Northeast
I 1 As long as the man at the helm escapes Bank of Starke pay rolls __________ .50 Quarter Sea 10, TtT. .
11 I Winston-Churchill an English authority pretty maids and matrons who unfavorable _______________ 554.64 Bradford Co. Telegraph printing ____ 11.75C. S. R 20 E.. 40 acres, asxned' L'tknowa J
he
| criticism is well July 1, to bal due Certificate Xo. 87 embraces
naval affairs collected Red Cross funds in A. Futch clerk's fees _______ ____ 13.70 Sty of lot
on roundly scores satisfied. On a small weekly only Fine and Forfeiture Fund W. L. Wall fire chief ___________- ___ 6.00 Southwest Quart of Northweei Ouart-r,\2
-f' the British for its slow Starke.. No wonder Starke over- June 1. to bal due Fine and Forfeiture 26. Tp. 6, S. R. 18 E.. 4 navy progress about one-third of the time can be Fund _________-____________ 536.53By known. acres asitaatd Irt
against the German submarines, and subscribed to the fund. As hand- given to the getting up of material amt collected _____________.____ 384.7July Certificate Xo. inj): embraces Lots 3 .

1 asks why certain measures are not taken some a group of ladies as the one and reading proofs the rest of the ____________ 0A of block 11! in Worthinsto-i.; IUHM! UnknowiL aDd I
for bottling them up. The Eng- shown in the Telegraph ought to time must be given;to business mat- 1, to bal due _____ W. T. WEEKS.1 ( FAMILY west Certificate Quarter Xo. ltf emt
lish naval officers say Mr. Churchill's have no difficulty in separating ters. Everything must be written ina (SEAL) Clerk. >.S. R. 22 E.. 20 Southwest acres att Quarter",sd !jkmet'ClarkLnless See. 4. .
ideas are impossible to carry out and money from the most penuriousold By R. A. WEEKS said ctrtificutes shall I* redeemed- I
I. hurry usually on the spur of the Deputy Clerk. MEDICINE according to law, tax deeu will
that he has a grudge against the navy miser in the land. moment and under constant interrup- on the 20th day of Augu t\ :;1S17.;Sue thereon .

anyway. At this distance it appears From Mr. Henry E. Freeman who t tions which makes mistakes and errors MEETING OF TOWN COUNCILThe Witnrts my official sig3Iture and seal this
that the British could have given is in the officers the 10th day of July A. I). 1917
navy engineer training
easy to commit. Even a slight typographical in Her Mother's Home This W. T.
;
Say .WEK: .
i a better account of itself during the camp at Fort Meyer, near Washington error sometimescause (SEAL)

, war. It will probably be left to the D. C., the following pleasing mes much trouble. may So you see, the city council met in regular ses- Georgia Lady, Regarding Black- I By R. A. WEEKS.Clerk.

Americans to "beard the lion in hisden" sage was received: editor considers himself lucky if he sion July 3, with all members present. Draught Relief From Headache 7-13-61. .teputy Cleft
and make it impossible for the That 38th last read and
; anniversary numberof occasional :Minutes of meeting
escapes an "blowing-up. Malaria ------------ ---- .__.
Chills
; submarines to depart from the Ger the Telegraph looks neater approved. Etc. You ----

man shores. than any newspaper I have ever "You don't know how much we haveto I Returns of the cow election were get all. the important llationai i

seen. I know you have received know canvassed, showing the following results Rlnggold Ga.Mrs.: Chas. Gaston state, county, news IE. the Telegraph.GARDE .

A report of so ominous portent as to many elaborate letters of com- In order to know how little we know. : I of this place, writes: "I am a user I -

i be almost unbelievable comes from mendation but please accept this But to prove that the Telegraph is For impounding cows_________- 30 of Thedford's Black-Draught; In fact,
it of medicines.
was one our family
"p South Dakota, to the effect that the I too. Didn't know our girls did well classed even as to contents we Against impounding cows _____ 89 Also in my mother's home when I
Industrial Workers of the World in look so good until I Upon motion it was ordered that en- LET
} got away again quote the Times-Union in its was a child. When any of us children
'f that state have plotted to burn the from home. further comments: forcement of ordinance No. 92 be suspended complained of headache usually ]

crops there on a certain day, time un That "great and good" metropolitandaily The Telegraph was established insofar as it relates to the impounding caused by constipation she gave us YOUR t

t known. The report comes from officers the Jacksonville Times-Union in 1879 and since that time has of cows. a dose of Black-Draught, which would

in the regular army, and the Federal shows that among the hundreds of ex consistently and faithfully work- i. The committee on rules was instructed rectify the trouble. Often in tie SUPPLY YOU?

4 officers have been apprised and changes that come to its table the ed for the advancement of its to have ordinance prepared repeal- Spring we would have malaria and [
w will do everything possible to frus- people chills, or troubles of this kind we 14 8 tl'll Il.1.1
Telegraph is not neglected. It has the and stood for the right and ing that part of ordinance No. 92 relating -
trate the plan. Whether the I. W. W. would take Black-Draught pretty reg-
following to say about our birthday the progressing in all that pertains to the impounding of cows. ular until the liver acted well and F1I1IIILI11iit1jLTf
are in German intend to
pay or commit number and as the Times-Union Extension of line Clarke
never to Starke and Bradford sewer on we would soon be up and around
; the crime out of pure cussedness, flatters nor "damns with faint praise" county. It is always attractively street referred to plumbing commit- again. We would not be without It,

matters not. They are enemies of the its kind mention is, therefore all the. printed and full of interesting for it certainly has saved us lots of f
tee.The
: country who should when apprehended more appreciated: matter the anniversary number street committee recommendedthat doctor bills. Just a dose of Black-

; in any crime against the country, Many newspapers all over the being especially interesting. Mr. Mott be employed at a sal- Draught when not so well saves a

be treated with no more leniency thank country made a special display of The Telegraph won the respect of ary of $30 per month for the scavenger lot of days in bed."
are other traitors in time of war. their colors during the Red Cross its work alone. Thedford's Black-Draught has been
readers and the state from FI
press In use for many years in the treat and ELQsEE
There has been some talk of includ canvass ana among the most ar- the start and has never deteriorated, Theodore Norman was allowed a reduction ment of stomach, liver and bowel
tistic and handsomely appearing but the aim of the management is to of $250 from assessment of troubles and the popularity which It
ing cotton in the law for
providing s
decorations were those shown by personal property for 191 ft. is of Z
> government control of food We I constantly improve every feature. The now enjoys proof its merit.
do not know whether such prices. the Bradford County Telegraph, news is carefully selected, the comments Collections for June were reporteda If your liver is not doing Its duty
a provision published at Starke. The head- independent and! original rather follows: you will suffer from such disagreeable ESPECIALLYA3APTEO

is included in the bill or not but i iit if lines of the front page were in than showy and Fines _______________________________ 11.00 symptoms as headache, biliousness FOR YOUR'STATE.FRE .
is and should result in lowering the blocks of an.thingprinted in | Pound fees ___n________________-__ ":';./111 constipation, indigestion, etc.,
price of the South's red, white and blue, anda the paper must be clean to make it Taxes _______--_________-_______ 3181.41Street
--
Southern Senators great and Representatives staple crop heavy border of blue encircledthe fit reading for the pure. As most of pavement ____________-______4S43.32 end trouble unless may something result. is done serious |- I

: will hear from home in thunder: whole page. In a space at the the patrons of the paper are farmers Total _______-____________,___-_____8J73.76The Thedford's Black-Draught has been OUR INSTRUCTlVEtCATALOG
s tones. The present cotton crop has bottom of the page the Telegraph of late years special pains have been treasurer's report was filed as follows: found a valuable remedy for these AND WEEKLYPRICELIST

been produced at a time when every- modestly announces its thirty- taken to print articles instructive to June 1. to amt on General hand __Fund___________1188.92 troubles. It is purely vegetable and SEND FOR THE!''TODW'
thing the Southern farmer had eighth anniversary and in the cen- the tillers of the soil and we have the June 30, reed Silas Kite fines ________ 13.00 acts In a prompt and natural way ?
t to buy ter of the page was a very large pleasure to see that of the June 3't, O. Gardiner pound fees ______ 36.00 regulating the liver to Its proper SEEDf
7 the has been sold at fabulous prices. For i group picture showing twenty- methods of farming many found their birthin new June 30, Silas Kite taxes ______-_____ !845.35 functions and cleansing the bowels of $
government to intervene
late at this three young women of Starke the Telegraph. All dross is excluded Total ____________________________.2083.27 Impurities. Try It. Insist on Thedford's. JACKSKWILJ.E.FLA.Pure .
; day and reduce the the
price of his who had assisted in the original and genuine. E 79
product would be nothing less than a gatheringof only what is of real merit is ad I
.
---
funds
for the
Red Cross. n
mitted. We have -
"dirty deal. We have confidence that Mr. J. C. many gleaners of ,
Robinson foreman of -- --
our throughout the -
news
such county, and give '
no outrage will be committed but ?
if it is then it will be time for, the mechanical department and Mr. W. V. the happenings from every part. The
MCJ .
.1, our pressman thought they general news items are the latest and
i people of the South to look
someone
up
j would pay special attention to the most interesting. We taboo :
i else to her unprofitable ,
,t warm seats in the Na
' 1; tional Congress. appearance /f the paper on its birth controversies which do no good
I I day, just as little Johnnie and Maud but much harm.
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THE SOUTH IS INDEPENDENT. are made more presentable than common The summing-up is this: The appearance -

r on their birthdays. They had no of the Telegraph is a criterion Ice i
intention to "show off" or to "fish for for high-class work in the printing Cream

Some of the state papers complain compliments,' 'but they love their calling line in our office; the contents of the
.
that the South gets little or nothing of and are loyal to the Telegraph. paper makes it both interesting and I

the immense business and consequent The fact that we had a picture of the valuable and not least so for children
1 prosperity of the North and East, cre- pretty Red Cross girls and that it was who prefer to read a clearly printed Is Good for You i.j .

ated by the war, while the South has the last issue before the national holiday newspaper with its diversity of subjects -

given more than her quota of soldiers were also strong influences. They to reading books : and last the I

and money besides thousands of laborers put their heads together and evolveda great age of the paper'.which means Pure ice cream is a wholesome and nourishing food. Doctor's :
who have gone to work in the very simple design-of the "Doric" -
Northern ammunition factories shipyards order, so to speak-but its simplicitytatoes a lent large advertising circulation medium.makes it an excel- recommend it for those needing building up, as well as : i i

r etc. "ine South has nothing for those enjoying good health. Eat plenty of ice cream- ,

, that the government wanted except ...... it's good for you.
soldiers and money. These we gave cabbage corn tomatoes cu Northern Florida may be profitably

freely," says one of these papers. That cumbers carried from the South to the planted as late as the middle of August Pure, sweet cream, combined with other wholesome ingredients .
is true to a certain extent; we have North this season and think of what while in South Florida there is blended -
= i few factories for making what the would have befallen many up there practically no time limit the outlook as only experts know how, makes "The

government wants, but because we the army quartermasters' departmentsnot is good for an immense crop. Velvet Kind" particularly delicious and good. Enjoy it

cannot supply what is needed excepted if this produce had not and
in the But if the tubers are not well housed today every day."The .
way of manufactured goods we should been supplied. Besides, the South many will spoil and farmer .
every -
not consider ourselves as ill treated. supplies cotton, necessary for tents, should provide himself with .

When we have neglected building up clothes and many other things also dry cool potato house so constructed a Velvet Kind"

a such industries it is our own fault, and lumber, which is a necessity for the that the air freely circulates
if we have no mines it is something construction of cantonments ships the potatoes. among

we canot help. Yet many parts of the and hundreds of other purposes. The It is Cream of Ice CreamsOn

South are well supplied with coal, metallic South will also supply pork beef and now a good time to plant more

ores and mineral oils also I peas. There is no good reason why
with
hides.The the market should not be Wednesday and Thursday
supplied a special of '
factories for cream
making use of the metals South need not act petulantly] rare ,
and wherever such with green peas as late as October; flavor is featured.. Among these Tutti-Frutti
productions and in the mistaken belief that she cannot but are Cherry ;
we eat
can
factories are found they have not contribute to the supplies needed by and that time will dry come peas as at soon a pinch as no Bisque, Phez, Apricot and many.others equally delightful. : i

been neglected by the government. the government and the nation for green gels can be had. The black eye Be sure to ask for them.
Neither has the South been neglectedin she does so daily, and does it beforeshe I and the small white

.., the way of army training camps. has fairly awakened from a long for table use when dry pea; they are grow excellent well "The Velvet Kind" is supplied fresh every day in all the
We build wooden t
can ships and can sleep. Watch the South a year or two here and should not be neglected and popular flavors, from our big clean
factory.
get contracts for all the ships we can from now and see what she has to offer in August the white bean Strawberry.;:

build. in the world's markets. And the be planted and will navy mature before may Chocolate, Vanilla, Peach. All are immensely enjoyable.

I But the South as a whole has some- enormously increased production and 4
frost. Let us have more Your dealer "The
serves Velvet
peas.
thing the government and all the the' increased prices will, logically, Kind" and the rare .'

world need very much just now, and bring prosperity not the ephemeralprosperity I special flavors, or will do so if you request it. f

that is foodstuffs, and the nation'seyes the North and East now Dissolution Notice. ; .,

,. are turned to the South for this enjoy but the.lasting kind. By mutual consent the Lawtey Tele- Orders from Churches Clubs, Hotels etc. solicited. ; I

necessity. That the South has nobeen t --e- phone Company has this day been dissolved Any flavor supplied in any quantity.
appealed to in vain is shown by MORE FOOD CROPS. G. C. Wooten retiring from : I ,

the following example as well as by said business and W. C. Wooten tak- : I

numerous others: Last week 100,000 ing over the entire holdings, belong- Purity Ice Cream and Dairy Co. : : !

barrels of new Southern potatoes were The enormous quantities of sweet fags telephones, lines and electrical
r ; standing in the Jersey City yards of potato vines shipped from Starke daily i- fixtures appertaining thereto. Jacksonville, Florida : ,

the Pennsylvania railway awaiting de I the loads of vines seen on our The business will be run at the
same
livery in New York City and since streets together with the large acreage I place under the name as heretofore DEALERS: The superior quality of "The Velvet Kind" pleases old customers S'

June 1st 278,000 barrels have been planted all over the county, means Lawtey Telephone Co., by the said and"Cream attracts of Ice new Creams.ones. The Wire weekly specials are wonderfully popular. Serve tae II
carried from the South by one railroad that the sweet potato will be plant : W. C. Wooten, and the said G. C. or write for prices. '

alone, causing the price of potatoes to ful in the state as well as the county Wooten assumes all debts and liabilities f f

drop: from $12 a barrel to $7 and $8. in the fall. The rainy season has arrived due by the said firm to this date.

.- This item pertains to New York City and the soil in probably every Dated June 30, 1917. ,

: only and is only that of potatoes. part of the state is wet enough for the Signed G. C. WOOTEN, II

Think of all the beans peas, sweet po- reception of vines, and as potatoes in 7-6-4t.' W. C. WOOTEN. i
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FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. P \c. FIVE

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l-' :::::- Hollis Knight is spending the week SHOE AND HARNESS SHOP. JOINED MEDICAL RESERVE WALLDUNCAN.Mr. i j

with Telfair Long at Kingslay lake. CORPS. 'J
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New shoe and Harness repair shop, A. E. Wall and Mrs.: Malj1 Dun- .,
I Col. and Mrs D. E. Knight and son, 28 years experience, 3 years at Lake Mrs. James 0. Phillips, formerly of can were quietly married by Kev. W.

Bits of LocalInformation Paul Ernest, and Mrs J. S. Brown Butler. Best oak leather used. First Worthington, now of Greenville, ina G. Law at his home, Wednesday morn-

motored'over to Gainesville Tuesdayfor class work done. Opening Saturday, letter written at Madison, states ing, July 11th, at 8:43; o'clock. Only a
the day. July 14th at Starke Vulcanizing that Dr. Phillips has gone to Allenton few relatives and friends \\ nessed

i Works, next door to Ford Garage. E. Pa., to enter training with the rank of the ceremony. B .

c. Mrs. 0. L. Haynes and children left E. Stacy, Starke, Fla. first lieutenant in the medical reserve Mr. and Mrs. Wall went on i wed- '
Tuesday for Atlanta, where they will corps. Mrs. Phillips will visit rela-
ding trip by auto to visit interesting
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Cr.n..ly 0. p".t. !'Mu" .fs !
ENTERS
:, ti II .... Me a..d..4 r.... visit her parents for a few weeks. MRS. BARR THE tives in Middle Florida, then go on a points in Florida before Fettlii g down
W. C .T. U. trip to Allenton. to housekeeping in Starke. tMr. i
)Ir. and Mrs E.1.. Hazen and )
Wall is of ,
.
one our sold business -
, *.: .. Dr. Olin Hazen, of Brooker, were .
L Friday afternoon, from four to six, REGISTRATION NOTICE. men. His bride is a niecerof Rev.
Special sale on skirts at Sternberg's :Mrs. Henry Sapp, of Lawtey was among the visitors to Starke Tues- Mrs. Bar rentertained the local Wom- W. G. Law. She has been in: Starkeover

: visiting in Starke this week. day. an's Christian Temperance Union in avery a year and has won a large circle -
The registration books of the town of friends through her charming
of in hospitable
Phillips, Lawtey, was manner.
0. J.Wednesday. Garden hose in three styles at )Ir. and Mrs. Merwin Rawley and As this was the first meeting after of Starke, Florida, will be open from qualities of mind and hea' '. The

Starke Starke Hardware. Co. Mr. Victor Allen went down to Hampton the Fourth of July, the decorationsand July 12th to August 11th, 1917, for many friends of )Ir. ,and 'Mfcs. Wall
Wednesday to visit at the home of the registration of electors. Books wish them all happiness.G. f
M. Whitten, of Raiford, was in subject for the afternoon were in
_W. Mr. and Mrs. Allen.
Jasper will be at the office of the
open Quig-
i
Tuesday. Last Sunday Mr. C. A. Marks and keeping with this memorable occas-
town family, and Mr. G. C. Livingston and ion, the decorations being of red, white : ley Lumber & Supply Co. M. Bennett, of TheressI, was a
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdin of
-. J. W. Hicks has gone to Green Coveto family motored over to Black Point. and blue flowers with United States C. A. FUTCH, business visitor to Starke M!day.
Graham, were visitors to Starke Wed- 7132t. .
Registration Officer. :
and the "Patriotism in
take charge of a barber shop. nesday. flags, subject .
Miss Freddie May Hitchcock, of Action." Miss Olive Ray acted as r. -

: Every day is bargain day atStump's. Jacksonville, is visiting Miss Anna Miss Emma Powell has returned 'leader and the following very inter- CARD OF THANKS. COFFINS CASKETS

Canova. esting program was carried out: And full line of '
a
home after a visit of several weeks J .
Song, "We Want a Temperance U. S.
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with the Coast.J. .
relatives East
Messrs. L. H. Hill and J. C. Cone Get you a safety deposit box in a on A.-Chorus. We wish to thank the many friends Undertakers' SuppliesAutomobile
vault for and Scripture reading-Philippians 4:6- and neighbors here for the timely and *
-{ of La+rtey, had business in Starke on fireproof your papers E. Mains, Jr., and John Lang- Hearse.
Bank 13. appreciated services rendered dur- '
valuables at the Bradford County us
ford, of Lake Butler, spent the Fourth Always on hand. The best; service -
Prayer-Rev. T. L. Z. Barr. ing the illness and at the time of the
';' with friends in Starke. at the lowest prices. Social;
j B. Wilkerson, of Highland, was in Leila Dyal, of Fernandina, an. Thel- Business session conducted by Mrs.E. death of our husband and father, W.

" town Monday. ma and Cora Dyal, of Belmore, have Mrs James Mitchell returned home W. Stewart, president.Talk E. Hamilton.We attention to telegraph o ';ers.

been visiting Ethel Griffin. "Patriotism in Action"-Miss appreciate the kindness and Embalmfo
Thursday, after a visit of several days Registered
is assi Olive Ray. sympathy shown us more than mere
Fernandez
Mrs. R. S. now ? with friends in Jacksonville.Mrs. .. I
: tant postmaster in the local office. Millinery going at cost at Stern- Solo, "The Bow of White Ribbon"Mrs. words can express. DeWITT C. JONES !
I berg's.: Barr; Miss Myra Barr, accom- Respectfully, .
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A. G. Green and
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granddaughter
I
Brooker in panist. Mrs. W. E. Hamilton and Family. Starke Fla.
j: John Clemons, of was ,
Miss Belle Johnson of Waldo .
are i
returned Paper, We Wear the White Hampton, Fla.
'I Tuesday. Mrs. W. H. Graham has "Why -_
, town visiting at the home of Mrs. Green'sson ;
from Gainesville where she has been Ribbon"Mrs. E. W. Stewart.
Mr. A. H. Green. I
A. L Starling, of Lawtey, was in spending several days: visiting friends.Mr. Paper, "Prohibition as a War Meas- ,-
ure"-Mrs. J. W. White.
Starke Tuesday on business. F. F. Stump and family have Miss Carrie Darby went over to Talk, "We Need a World W. C. T. _-" -" f W d -
Green Cove Springs last Sunday, and
at moved into the cottage recently occu- U. Missionary Fund" Mrs. Barr.
Rubbers
Fruit Jars, Tops and .
while there the of Miss Ed-
was guest I
Starke Hardware Co. pied by Mrs. R. R. Hoffman on Thompson wina McBeath. At the close of the exercises the i Ii
hostess, assisted Miss
street. by Myra Barr
\ and Mrs. George McLahon, of Jacksonville CONCRETE
Mr. Bob Gray, of Gainesville, spent Misses Ada Hiers and Josephine
No. will Chills and Fever.It served perfecto wafers and
last Sunday with friends in Starke. 666 cure Brooks, after a pleasant visit with }
is the most speedy remedy we know. peach cream.
Miss Ella May Long, returned yester-
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Murdaugh spent day to their home in Gainesville.Mrs. .
last Monday in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hemingwayare MISSES MARIE LIVINGSTON

stopping at the residence of Mr. Otwell and daughter, Miss GLADYS GARDINER ENTERTAIN. :1a
T. J. of Lawtey, was a Mrs. N. B. Hull. Mrs.
Mrs. Terry and Hemingway Ruth Otwell, have returned to their
; visitor here last Monday.Mrs. is organizing an expression class. I I home at West Palm Beach, after a DIPPING

I visit with Mrs. Julian Peek. Tuesday evening, Misses Marie liv- '
F. H. Long had as a week-end Mr. W. J. Epperson and family have i ingston and Gladys Gardiner enter-

i guest, Mrs. Cook, of Jacksonville. moved into the house recently occupied Mr. and :Mrs. 0. J. Griffin had as tained their friends by giving a water i

. [4. by Mr. F. F. Stump, on South visitors Tuesday, Messrs. George and melon cutting at the beautiful
7- Whitten of Raiford, street. home of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Living-
. Miss Pearl Willis Dyal, of Brooker, and Mr. Aid-
spent Tuesday. with Miss Mamie Den- ridge Dyal, of Belmore. ston.The
,
,
t'r ; mark. The finest corn fields seen around time passed pleasantly with VAT i
;
.I Starke this season are those of Messrs.L. Attend the patriotic service at the games and dancing, and at the close

J. W. Andrews, Jr., was in Jack- C. Powell, L. A. Scott and W. M. Methodist church next Sunday eveningyou of the evening water melons in abun-

sonville Wednesday on business. Bryan. will hear good music and a most dance were cut.
; excellent sermon by the pastor, Rev.T. Those enjoying the evening were -
Rub1IyTismAntiseptic, Anodyne Materials for dipping vats. Now is L. Z. Barr. Misses Florence Matthews, Anna Ca- ,

-Kills pain, stops putrefaction.Mrs. the time to build them. Quigley Lum- nova, Jeannette Matthews, Clara ,
ber & Supply Co. I W. H. Miner has returned home af- Moitt, Hazel Brown, Inez Moitt, Kath- For eradication of cattle fever ticks are canals to prosperity. FJvery i+

visiting II I leen and Aileen Alvarez, Ella May cattle owner in Bradford county should have facilities for dipping his .
A. P. Hoffman is in Tampa ter serving for two weeks on the juryin ;
t her daughter, Mrs. Bryant Miss Rhoda Lagergren, after spend the United States district court in Long, Hilda Lewis, Eunice Robinson, cattle. We can furnish all the material and BUILD A VAT at !ica-
Ada Hiers and Brooks of 1
.f Hodges. ing a short vacation with her parentsin Jacksonville. The jurors were excus- Josephine sonable cost. .
Starke, has returned to Jackson- ed until next Tuesday, when they will Gainesville, Thelma Moore, of Jack- t +
I ; of their work.W. SOm"meIr.; and Mrs. Zack Roberts, II
Mr. Charlie Barber, Macclenny, ville. reconvene to complete
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Mrs. C. A. Marks and children, Char- -: "" X: -
f visited at the home of Mr. N. T. Ritch
and Allie Messrs. Allan Canova
one day last week. Misses Olga and Thelma Ward, of M. Bryan is having a new resi- ley I
l' Iline Oliver of of Starke. Gus Bcasley, George White, Pitt Tom- Lumber and Cfi.
Lukens, and Miss dence built on his farm east Quigley Supply ;
j- A beautiful line of men's shirts at I Brooker, were the attractive guests J. R. Tison is the contractor and the linson, John Powell, Gary Ennis, Orville -

1f Sternberg's. last week of Mrs. J. T. Quigley.An residence will probably be ready for Moitt, Carr Colley, Harold Wall, i Starke Fla. t'J|'
Raiford Francis
,1'1: < -- occupancy next week. This is the Epperson, Halligan, ,

l'" : Mr. Rawson Davis went down to inscription made with black fourth dwelling! Mr.. Bryan has builtin Morgan Darby, Jesse Alexander, of ... lkwuwwuw

f .:. Daytona Tuesday to visit his grand- paint on a rail near the depot Satur- or near Starke since he came here. Hampton. : : :. '.-' ,>

mother, Mrs. B. P. Smith. day was read by many. It was this: -- -- -t.' -- -
Stop lieing and tell the trooth." Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis entertained f LASSIFIE -

Miss Hattie Wills, of LaCrosse, a few friends at a supper party at D ( -I-

\ came over Tuesday to visit friends and Mr. and Mrs. John D. Lyles announce their Kingsley lake cottage on the ADVERTISINGFOR

relatives. the arrival of a daughter, born evening of the 4th. .Those presentwere
PERSONAL PREPAREDNESSKeep
July 2, at their home, 342 East Ninth Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown and SALE-Three horses. Geo. A.I

Water coolers and ice cream freez street, Jacksonville. Mrs. Lyles will Miss Hazel Brown, Col. and Mrs. D. Gardiner, Starke. 6-15-tf. I I
ers at Stump's. be remembered by her many friends as E. Knight and Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tom-

Miss Elsa Reinoehl. linson. A\TED-To trade lot near High rr-

Judge and Mrs J. T. Wills, of School for good milch cow. J. S. closely in touch with your affairs.
Gainesville, spent the first part of the Special sale on shoes at Sternberg's. Rev. W. G. Law went over to Lake Mercer, Starke.

week in Starke.D. City Wednesday afternoon to attend Know just where you stand financially.
Mrs. T. W. Oliver and children, Tho- the closing exercises of the Baptist WANTED-Heifer calves, 5 monthseld f

W. Moore came up from Theressa mas and A. C., of Sylvania, Ga., returned meeting that has been in session there and up, $10 each delivered. God- Be able determine
Monday to transact business in home last Tuesday. Mrs. Oli- for the past ten days. Mr. Law was win, Harrell & Co., Sapp, Fla. 7.6-6t to exactly what it costs ,

Starke. ver has been' visiting her mother, Mrs. accompanied home by his daughter, to live. -
.; Sara L. Hamrick. Miss Doris, who spent the past weekin FOR SALSA bargain, 2 1-2 miles }a fArmed

J. E. J. Wainwright, of the Water- I Lake City. from Starke-20 acres farming land with this information, every indivi. 4
Misses Lois Peek, Susie and Emma 4 acres cleared, 14 acres wire fenc-
oak section in town Wednesday.J.
was ual will be in a much better position 3
Darby spent Sunday with their par- Mr. George Powell has returned to ed. House and good well. Apply to very

ents. These young ladies are studentsat Newton, N. C., after a short visit at A. L. Starling, Lawtey, Fla. 7-13-2t. fo order his financial resources to the best i t
C. McRae, member of the school
the summer school of the Univer- the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. advantage.
board, was in Lawtey Wednesday to sity of Florida, Gainesville.Mr. S. Powell. Mr. Powell will shortly LOST-On Hampton road between i
arrange about school consolidation. for Starke and Lincoln City, Saturday,
join Uncle Sam's navy and came a 4
A checking account with the!!Bank of
July 7th, dark coat, name J.
the
and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and chil- visit at home before entering ser- gray
Drayton Colley has gone to Jack A. in inside Re- Starke is of the aids :'
dren motored over to Green Cove last vice. He was accompanied on his re- King breast pocket. one first to successful
sonville to join the nav We wish ward for return to N. T. King, -'
Eva Powell
him luck. Sunday. They were accompanied by turn by his sister, Miss financing ;
good Miss Edwina McBeath, who spent the who will make here home in Newton Starke. ,, !
past week here with her sister, Mrs. for the present.W. -- -
Mrs. James Mitchell is spending Weeks. LOST Memorandum book, containingmy
several days in Jacksonville this week name written in several places. BANK OF
P. Pitts, the well known Hampton STARKEI
visiting friends.Mr. We handle nothing but building materials I plant man, accompanied by his Suitable reward for return to me.

and can furnish you anything friend, W. Y. Gregg, of Newnan, Ga., W. M. Bray, Saxton, Fla. It State, County and City Depository
and Mrs. H. C. Richard are I
visitor to Starke
from a nail or screw to a completed was a business
spending a while at their cottage on FOR SALE Meat refrigerator, capacity .
house. Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. Thursday. Mr. Pitts said to a rep- STARKE FLA.
Kingsley lake. resentative of the Telegraph that the 1,000 pounds of meat, 300 f

:New Perfection and Puritan oil demand for all kinds of vegetable pounds of ice; practically new, Cashor .
Fruit Jars, Tops and Rubbers at stoves at Starke Hardware Co. plants this season had been unpreced- terms. W. M. Bray, Saxton. 1
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Starke Hardware Co. ented.A 7-13-3t.:

Miss Eva Powell has to :New- ft-------------J-
gone
Mrs. Nellie Hughes left Tuesdayfor TESTED AND PROVEN
which ton, N. C., to accept a clerkship lately supper party given at Kingsleylake ---------------f-
Dula Springs, N. C., after
last Saturday. night was enjoyed -
vacated by her brother, Mr. Geo. Powell
she will spend a while in Waynesville. who has joined the army. Mis- by the following young people: There Is A Heap of Solace in Being

Powell is much mrs"ed here by her Misses Hilda Lewis, Kathleen Alvarez, Able to Depend Upon a Well- FOR SALE AT
Reduction on everything Saturday atSternberg's. many friends.Captain Freddie May Hedgcock, Anna Canova, Earned Reputation.For ONCfEOne 0e

.. Marie Livingston, Florence Matthews, '.

his force of Jeannette Matthews, Messrs. Jesse bed and china;
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Turner and Dowling with months Starke readers have springs, several chairs, a
convicts and the big camp wagon pass- Alexander, Gary Ennis, Morgan Rich- the constant expressions of praisefor
seen
daughter, Miss Neva, spent relatives.the past ed through Starke Wednesday morn- ard, Allen Canova, Drayton Colley, Doan's Kidney Pills, and read cupboard, a writing desk, one lightning barter%
week in Macclenny visiting
ing. The Raiford road, between Marcus Brown, Mesdames E. S. Matthews about the good work they have donein maker, printing press and type, some tables: Jmd
Starke and Conner bridge, is now be- J. C. Robinson and R. 0. Dan- this locality. What other remedy
is Miss visiting Thelma friends Moore and, of relatives Jacksonville here, ing worked. iel Chaperoned the party. ''I'' ever produced such convincing proofof stands a quantity of second hand poultry v re, '

this week. State Senator A. D. Andrews and merit? syrup barrels, one wagon, a top buggy and a Sop
HOME OX VACATION. H. Merwin, Artesian Well Contractor -

Mrs. N. D. Wainwright has as visi- son, of Bradford county, were visitorsin 512 Lemon St., Palatka, Fla., wagon, a horse and, harness, also many over
this coming by au-
tors this week her daughter, Mrs. Corp. W. M. Wainwright arrived in tomobile city from yesterday Raiford on an important says: "I was having considerable trou- household articles. Must be sold at once. If you
Woodard and children of Jacksonville.No. Starke Wednesday to spend a short ble from my kidneys. At no time wasI
vacation with his parents, Mr. and business mission in this city. Sen- free from lameness and soreness want a bargain don't put off, come at once. \ ?!

666 will cure Malaria or Bilious Mrs N. D. Wainwright. "Will" is a ator Andrews Raiford is a and prominent declared cotton that through my back and kidneys. The
at
Fever. It kills the germs. member of thec department lerical force and of thequartermaster's i is buyer the recent rains in that section of the kidney passage secretions and then were again too scanty frequentin and STORE KEEPERS !j

state made the farmers jubilant and
felt unfit for kind of
Miss Julia Woodard of Jackson- stationed at Charleston, S. C. He has painful. I any
,
great crops are expected to be har- work and had to rest every little while.I I have a pair of counter scales, a good covfee
entered duties is
F. active but
ville, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. not on yet vested in county. They left

Kickliter, at Kingsley lake. getting which includes along well knowledge in his of training book-, last night Bradford for other points in the state. ney finally Pills got and a they supply gave of me Doan's relief Kid-almost grinder, and several showcases to be sold at tfice.!.

Mr. Frank Lane spent several daysin keeping, care of stores, transportation, -Jacksonville Metropolis, Wednesday. immediately. After I had taken at a bargain.JAY ;

Jacksonville this week on a busi- etc., while military drill is also on the Make your letterheads advertise three boxes, I was cured"Price
ness trip. curriculum. He is very well pleased your business. Give them individuality 50 cents at all dealers. Don'tsimply

) with the army life. make them distinctive, noticeable ask for a kidney remedy get S. BROWN STARKE, FIJA.1m .

I Mrs Annie E. Young, of Hampton, -rtt! commonplace. Use good stock Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that I

was in Starke Tuesday attending to Yard wide yellow homespun 10 I and have them printed by the Tele- cured Mr. Merwin. Foster Milbum .. .
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Buffalo N. Y. (36) -
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH._____STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY JULY 13, 1917,' ,Ej{





F it: Bradford County Uih Farms_ and Farmer-:




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:j t : pGpOpO Jp J0w000000 the beans with great relish. That I BUYS lORE COWSR. WILTS THE PRICE OF EGGS'? Ii I TilE HOME CANNING MOVEMENTThe We are free to have our own'|,pinioa

> 1. : p B they make good feed for hogs.is proved i about this, but it is certain tat

83 1 p COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS pj by this man's experience.St. J. Andrews Acquires Wm. Under- Feed Prices are Advancing and Supplyof canned goods shipped into Jacksonville movement to restrict the rive! rtooff

'C pp000000p000000p hill Stock of Cattle. Poultry is Diminishing. last year, we understand, trains on American| railroad is j.
I amounted in value to nearly a million i progress. In such case our*house
Johns County-G.. Beach has wives be compelled
of Andrews who carrieson The price of fluctuates, it is dollars. Most of it came from Cali- may to bee'Jme acquainted -
Holmes County-Quite a number purchased a Hereford bull and several R. J. probably eggs with the products
j 1 hogs have died with the cholera, but grade heifers. He has an excellent the greatest farming operations in going up with feed prices. Flocks are fornia, where the raising of fruit has fields and orchards in tin of''lass}Jr own
i and
made the rich. But Californiadoes
the work of inoculating is well under herd of Duroc-Jersey hogs, a large Bradford county and is also one of our I being reduced, which will react to state they now are with the Jn as
way and further serious losses may be flock of Ancona chickens and plenty large stock raisers, has lately addedto : send egg prices higher. Some predictegg not depend as Florida has done fresh state. If they cannot same'ufe their
prevented. of corn in the crib, which means he his herd by buying the stock of cattle prices at a dollar or more a doz- on the marketing of fresh fruit alone. that our canneries, public\ and up aH
Canning, preserving and has
drying arivate
will not suffer on account of the priceof I known as the William Underhill en. Prices reported from Europe are turn out doubtless there
stock, comprising all the cattle under almost unbelievable. No one can tell enabled her to utilize much which aj other
club boys'corn feedstuffs. communities that will be !
Alachua County-The II the same marks and brand. The marks what the prices of eggs and poultry Florida throws away or has thrown paj to get
has suffered on account of dry in the wastes and in them feeling that the lahtl'assure
,
past- as
underbit in will be next fall and winter. away
are, upper square one ear I
weather but the yields will be quite 1 I I the of other things, the I II the buyers that the goods a-e fresh
I. Whenever have reached : case many
is sixty
conditions and St. Johns County-Because of the poplar leaf in the other; the brand eggs I when
under the I they were
isI prepared for
satisfactory Jie
I not discouraged. recent rains the corn crop is very a figure "8," though some of the ani- cents a dozen in the United States, the utilization of waste in by-products and jars. < cans
; : they are promising. A conservative estimate mals are branded with the letters "C last four years, egg boycotts have a steady source of wealth.
places the acreage for the county at B." The animals, 342 in number were started. If eggs should go to predicted Florida has reformed in this regard. Thus the war may confer cje bene. ;
Washington County-The house- from twelve to thirteen thousandacres. bought of C. F. Barber and N. E. An- high prices it is not possible to say Stirred up by many criticisms and later fit on Florida whatever the-'ivils:; it i
wives at Chipley have taken steps to An increased acreage is being dreu, of Baker and Nassau counties, what the demand would be, but at under the tutelage of government may bring, in reviving the ali.pst lost !
ward putting an end to the practice planted to navy beans and sweet po and the price was $7,500. such prices it is likely to be limited. agents, our people are learning to save art of home canning and stimulating
t !: of cooks carrying baskets of food from tatoes. i This stock of cattle is of larger size However, it is not likely that eggs what they once allowed to rot in their interest in the saving of was prod
r: their gitchens to feed loafing men. than the common range cattle here- will become a drug on the market at fields and are beginning to perceivethat ucts which will never die out, verhaps
ofa the waste of the gardens fields -in other words, inculcating-Thrift.
about and many of the animals are any price. .
. r I Holmes County-On account of the Santa Rosa County-The Coldwater gray color. They have been rangingin This trend of egg prices would indicate and groves is quite an addition to their -Times-Union. Jf.
I:! I scarcity of water for stock some cattle Swine Breders Association has been Bradford and Clay counties, but that it is well for Florida far- incomes when saved, and that the -
i have died with the trouble knownas organized with a charter membership have been rounded up and driven to mers to raise good flocks of layers regardless trouble of so saving is not so irksomeas WHEAT AT $36 A BUS; tEL,

dry murrain. Supplying them with of thirty. They have selected the the dipping vat of Humphrey & Yarborough of present high feed prices. they had believed.A ____ : I
1 good fresh water is a good remedy. Duroc-Jerseys as their breed and will where they were dipped Sat- Grass and greens are plentiful and can great impetus has been given to x J
I begin their work by getting a first urday and Monday. They will prob- be used liberally in reducing the cost the home canning industry by the necessity Isn't sixty cents fc pounds rather I
I i result of class boar to improve the herds they ably be allowed to range in that neigh- of production. It is a little difficultto of saving for future use by the high price to pay for a breakhst; food
Suwannee County-As of the melon a now have. borhood until time comes for another carry late-hatched chicks throughthe growers or others of the surplus prod- that is made entirely from wheat?

the organization association buyers are grow-inI' dipping after which hey will be driven rainy season without some losses, ucts of their labors in the city gardensnow That makes the wheat retail ;}r $36 i
era' many but Florida's mild climate should bushel in the form of :
I to the home range. en- so much in under the bieakfujt food
for the vogue urg-
this county and prices paid Alachua have used ,
County-We the hatching of chicks the And that is what
than courage ings of the federal overnment. It you are paying for #
I' first carloads were higher ever about $1,000 worth of serum and virusin BROWARD HOGS CARRIED CHOL- year round. Prices for them this year should not be forgotten by our ama- it, according to one of the enlists at
here.
'. before received immunizing hogs against cholera will offset of the losses.A the University of Florida
ERA TO DADE COUNTY.One some teur food producers that for some us- jho has
it is to show its effectin
and beginning new bulletin "Poultry in Flor- es the dried products are rather superior studied the food situation. I-
Liberty County-We are having a that cholera has been checked. In week Dade county was free ida," has just been issued by the Uni- to the canned. They are more Most wonderful are the vittues ascribed
good season for our crops and every- many cases, while in some sections ago versity cf Florida extension division
in demand the armies in the field to the breakMt
from hog cholera, F. J. McKinley the by many foods
in where farmers would not have their
thing bids fair to make more corn setting forth the principles of success the '
for one thing they will keep indefi-
\ before. We have I I hogs treated they are dying in piles. county demonstration agent, having common
i ; this county than ever ful poultry production in this state. nitely with reasonable care, and the
.j :1 i vaccinated all of the herds in this sec- !!
" \ a greater acreage than usual and the ::I tion. Today there is a bad case of The bulletin will be sent free to any same amount of food costs far less for wheat, corn or other grain cannot con-
corn is better than common. address. when has not tain more "brain food,"
transportation freight any
(. Clay County-The old corn has been cholera at Lemon City among hogs aiti-fag
a cut short by the drouth about one- brought down from Dania. An epi- to be paid on the water that the vege- or other nutrition than is ntained
: ": I i I Taylor County-One of the farmers fourth in most cases. In some cases demic of cholera is reported to be giv- Whenever You Need a General Tonic tables and fruit contain. in the wheat, corn cr other j4ain?

; -:1. in this county is receiving direct returns where velvet beans had been grown for ing much trouble in Broward county Take GrOve'sThe Just as Florida housewives have A few years ago the house
1 from canning vegetables. He the last year or two and thorough soil and the county agent warns against Old Standard Grove's Tasteless asked in the past for California canned .I early to cook the family oatmeal.. or

: cans enough food oh his farm each preparation had been made in the winter buying Broward county hogs until this chill General Tonic Tonic is equally because it valuable contains as the a goods they should in the future demand mush. An excellent break *st food

year to exchange for all the grocerieshe the corn has stood the drouth fine disease has abated.Mr. well known tonic properties of QUININE Florida products. The idea is that is put on the market under various
needs. and will make almost a normal crop. McKinley has had much exper- and IRON. It acts on the Liver. Drives continually being presented to us that fancy names consist of :what the
t Several new dipping vats are being ience in fighting this disease, and is out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and in the near future the railroads will millers call the first any second
Alachua County-One farmer has constructed in this county. considered thoroughly competent to Builds up the Whole System V\ cents be so busy transporting troops, muni- "breaks" of the wheat as it:is being

1 I. developed as fine a herd of hogs as vaccinate hogs. His services are free tions of war and quartermasters' sup- milled. Why not buy the craved} corn
can be found in the state. He cooks Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell to any farmer in the county.Miami You get all the important national, plies that the transport of food to the or wheat and get all of the rJitrimcnt
I' velvet beans for them and they eat everybody. Advertise. Metropolis. state county news in the Telegraph. South will be very much hampered. at the lowest price? l
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t Beginning Saturday, July 14th, the manager of the Cash Department Store has decidedto


give the people of Bradford and adjoining counties a real Bonus Sale. All my $6,000


Stock of Merchandise will be placed before you during this Bonus Sale at less than old ,


cost price. To show my appreciation to my customers and friends, with each purchaseof


$5.00 during this Bonus Sale, I will give two pieces of Aluminum Ware, valued at| $3, 1


for only 96c. cash. This is special for 21 days only. Be sure: and attend this great Bonus :


5s Sale. The manager will give special attention to every purchase to avoid mistakes. Store 1


will be closed Wednesday, Thursday and Friday to prepare for the big Bonus Sale. The. ;


right place is next door to the post office. We list a few of our prices below:



MEN'S CLOTHING. MEN'S AND BOYS' SHIRTS. A TIP TO THE LADIES MEN'S HOSE.
$15 and $20 Mens' Suits $11.45 $2 Men's Dress Shirts 98c 50 Ladies Up-to-date Silk Voile and Serge Skirts, value 50 cent Men's Hose assorted colors

Bonus Sale Price _____________________. Bonus Sale Price ---------------------- up to $7 and $8 $4x49 Bonus Sale Price ______________________ 23c12c
$13.50 Men's Suits $1.00 ShIrts-Best Grade Bonus Sale Price ---------------------- 25 cent Men's Hose, assorted colors

Bonus Sale Price ______________________ $Or9O Bonus Sale Price ---------------------- 59c 100 Skirts, ranging from $2 to $3 $1 29 Bonus Sale Price _____________"____ __ :
Bonus Sale Price __ ____ ____ 1
Goc; Men's Work Shirts ---------- '
Men's Palm Beach Suits, assorted 15-' Hose, assorted colors :
$9.00 ,
$ .98 49c 125 Skirts at a Special Gift Price (9c
Bonus Sale Price75c 98c Bonus
Bonus Sale Price ---------------------- Sale I rICE .
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Work Shirts ----------------------
$10 Men's Single Coats $3.98 Bonus Sale Price ______________________ 55cMEN'S 100 Ladies Silk Waists, value $2 and $3 98c ;-
Bonus Sale Price ---------------------- Bonus Sale Price __;-___________________ LADIES CORSETS.
i $5 and $6 Coats at All 75 cent and $1 Waists $2 Corsets :

.: Bonus Sale Price ____________________ $2.98 UNDERWEAR. Bonus Sale Price -:-------------________ 49c Bonus Sale Price _______""_______"__ $1.19

15 Palm Beach Suits: each $ .89 $1.00 Bonus Men's Sale Union Price Suits 63c \\alsts-Bargams Bonus Sale PriceSpecial ______________________ 93c $1 Corsets 59c
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Bonus Sale Price _______ ----------------------
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... 75c: Balbriggan Underwear, garment Price Ladies Muslin Underwear. Bonus Sale Price __ _____________u____
per on
it $7 and $8 Blue Serge Pants, asstd colors _________ 33c
$3.98 Bonus Sale Price _____________ .
Bonus Sale Price ---------------------- 50c
Balbriggan underwear, per garment GROCERIES. ,
$5 and $6 Pants at $3 49 Bonus Sale Price ___ ___ __ 28c MEN'S ADranging WOMEN'S HATS.
""" Suger per pound
Bonus Sale Price 153 $3 and $-1 Hats from and up ,I 8013c
---------------------- pieces Balbriggan underwear, dark colors $1 39 Bonus Sale Price i :
22c Bonus Sale Price ------------------ --
t $3 and $4 Pants at Bonus Sale Price "--""-"------ r Lard '
$Z.69 ---------------------- per pound
Bonus Sale Price ---------------------- Bonus Sale Price -__________________i__ 1.
; $2.50 Pants $1 49 LADIES' SHOES. MEN'S WORK SHOES. Rice, per pound '
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Bonus Sale Price $5.00: Work Shoes,_Solid Leather, Guaranteed Bonus Sale Price 7 and __ :
---------------------- $7 Ladies High white
Boots buck $3 23 -------------
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$1.50 Men's Work Pants 96c Bonus Sale Price $3.9 8 Bonus Sale Price ----- 35 cent Best Can Coffee 29c15c
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.. Bonus Sale Price 125 of Ladies White; ; $350 and $-100 Shoes Bonus Sale Price
:. --------;------------- : pairs Canvas Slippers $2 23 ----------------------
:- Men's Overalls Union Made $1 1 19 Bonus Sale Price 25 cent Green Coffee
Blue :
$1.50 s1 17 Bonus Sale Price ---------------------- 1
'": ,. Bonus Sale Price ______________________ $1 100 pairs Ladies' and--Children's--:---- ;--Shoes---------- $'-)50 and $3.00 Shoes $1 95 Bonus Sale Price ----------____________
.' 125 of Men's Kool Kloth Pants 98c Bonus Sale Price Grits and Meal, Best Grade,
; pound
pair 63c Bonus Sale Price ---------------------- 4c
Bonus Sale Price ______________________ --------------------" $-).00 Canvas Shoes, White $1 1 49 Bonus Sale Price ______________________
Bonus Sale Price Flour, 24-lb Sack,
---------------------- Self-Rising
y DRY GOODS. $5.00 and $6.00 Gun Metal and Tan Bonus Sale Price $1 63
$3 98 ----------------------
LADIES HOSE. 15 cent Bleaching and Homespun Bonus Sale Price Hour, 24-lb. Sack Plain
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50 cent and 75 cent Ladies Colored lose 29c Bonus Sale Price _______ 12c12c $3.50 and $4.00 Fine Shoes Bonus ______ $1,65
-------------:- $2.98 Sale Price ________________
Bonus Sale Price! -----;---------------- 2500: Yards: of Ginghams and 25 cent grade Bonus Sale Price Shorts, sack :
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35 cent Ladies Silk and Lisle Hose 23 e Bonus Sale Price ------------__________ 75c Tennis Shoes 49 Bonus Sale Price ___________________-_- $2=;39
Bonus Sale Price ---------------------- Extra VALUES-15 cent Homespun, Bleaching.Lawn, Bonus Sale Price : Oats sack
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15 cent and 20 cent Hose Ginghams and Calico Q $2.00 Work Shoes Bonus Sale Price _________________ $2,7 5
Bonus Sale Price ------------------------v Bonus Sale Price --------__________.___ uC Bonus Sale Price ______________________ $1.49 Special Prices on Barrel-----and Full Sack Lots. .
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Sit. FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN: .i

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house the door lie blocked heraj". "Very good. Come, Woodhouse; sorryto Bradford County! for tax deed to issue in accordance with 'aT. i
knowing himself! the object of have kept you waiting." The general To Honorable S. T. Dowling. Chairman and Said certificate embraces the following deser1c. ,
two pairs of hostile "I cannot have you go without a members of the Board County Commissioners ed -fi
eyes, made his survey started for the double doors. : property situated in Bradford county fltfi- .
I deliberately with increasIng word from you." be pleaded. "Just a Sirs: The County Board of Public Instruction Ida. to-wit:
Ins de the purpose word to tell 1 '" Woodhouse followed. He passed very in session on this day found the following Southwest Quarter of Southeast1 Quarter, 4>f 1
me ma -
the tension of the moment Ills close to the Indian, but the latter made funds necessary for school operations in Brad- S.25, Tp. 7. S. R 21 E, 40 aces. J '
eyes ranged the line cf portraits on "How can you expect: -that-I know- ford County, for the school year beginning said land assessetl at the date f>f {
what I do"She no sign. His eyes were on the burning July 1. A. D. 1917, and ending June 30, A. D. the issuance of such certificate in tlw nsfie
log stumbling
rear wall. then turned to that one was wisp of paper between his fingers. 1918: of N. P. Cauthen. Unless said hfl!

t. the fireplace. blindly, but persisted: "You who For payment of outstanding warrants b redeemed according to law cJifcatl \\\ll\

Linesm"Ah. a rather likeness have deceived others are deceivingthem ______________________$ 8.500.00 I i thereon on the 20th day ot ta August' A. -
yes; good eh .
CHAPTER XVIII. For incidental expenses of schools_ 1258.32 D. 1917. .
ajor?" He drawled his identification now-how can I know you are For per diem and mileage of School Witness my official signature and sal ttu.:.

with a disinterested air. not deceiving me too?" The Pendulum of Fate. Board _________________________ 400.0P the 9th day of July A. D. 1917. .

1 By EARL DERR BIGGERS Crand-ill's; manner underwent Instant "I cannot explain." lIe dropped his HE next day, Thursday, was For salary schools of__County_______Superintendentof ____________ 1,500.00 Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford W. T. WEEKS County. Ha.i :

change. His former slightly strained head hopelessly. and his voice seemed one of hectic excitement for For salary of teacher or teachers of By A. WEEKS. { !
;i; AND 00 School No. I. Highland for four R
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lifeless.
"It is a time of war. You
punctiliousness gave way to naturalness Gibraltar. Focus of the concentrated months ..____________________ 140.00 7-13-61.- SEAL) Deputy Ck.!
4 ROBERT WILLS RITCHIE and easy spirits. One would have most accept my word that I am honest attention of town For salary of teacher or teachers of

: 1915 the Bobbs-Mer- said he was advocate for a man -wIth you." Rock the battle fleet clog- School No. 2. (Dowling), for four ,
i t pyght! by I on and was months _____________________ 140.00 BILLS PAID BY COUNTY COMMIS
rill Co. I trial for whom the jury had just pronounced She slowly shook her head and start- ging all the Inner harbor with Its great For salary of teacher or teachers of I

t "Not proved." Scotch verdict ed again for the double doors. "Per hulks. Superdreadnaughts, like School No. 3. (Thomas), for four I SIONERS. J

gray __________________ --..tI -
; SYNOPSISijttt yes but one acceptable enough to the haps-when you prove that' to me"He the standing walls of a submerged month of teacher or teachers of 30.0 I -

governor of Gibraltar. The desk telephone took an eager step toward her. Atlantis, lay close to the quays, barges School No. 4. (New Zion, for four

previous to the outbreak of the Eu- sounded just then and General "But no, you cannot. I will be sailing Months _______-________________ 140.00 Ptnper Altawinrn i 3
t LB Jane Gerson. buyer for a New lashed along side the folded booms of For salary of teacher or teachers of Mal Ward --______ __". .4M
: O war. meets a Captain Woodhouse Crandall answered. After listening so soon and-and you must forget" their torpedo nets. Behind them, bat- School No. 5, (Brannen) for I(Martha Catlin ___________ ___,----. ,n

It atbouse train for Paris. He tells her he Is -en briefly he gave the orders, "Dress "You ask the impossible." Wood tle cruisers and scouts formed a pro- For months salary__of__teacher____________-____. 10.00 Nancy Dyess Conner________?_____-____"_____________ j jooViney flclMrs. 0
teachers of
put, for Ent.J.oJIIa. flags!" and hung up the receiver. house quickly seized her hand and tecting cordon. Far out across the School No. 6, (Long or Bridge). for RI71 ___________, ________II t.COAmanda 0

: a IIP '. meets Billy' Capper an- 'Fleet's Just entering the harbor,' raised it to his lips. As be did so the entrance to the harbor the darting month______.._____ 180.00 Thomai __u__-__ ___________ fin
te Crosby __________ _______ |.
t thtr PSV'to Hcrliii.: ; She promises him a signal tower reports," he explained to double doors opened noiselessly and black shapes of destroyers on con- For School )No. 7, (Lake or teacher, for of Fmeline Griff- ________ ._ _____-__- .It? n(

I b ..and number Y/oodhouse with the Wilhelm- the others. "Miss Gerson If you care to Jaimihr Khan stood between them stant guard were shuttles trailing month__-_______Buter__________ 2.060.00 ('aMlnf. Griffifi ______--_".____-___ j !
M
Then meets Louisa sphinx like. For M. McKniitht ____ .__ j'flfl
here to the window teacher
step teachers of ''''
1 4 u observed by some American tour you'll see their threads of smoke through the School )No. 8. (Raiford or ). for G. J. Ca"phl _________ J-____-...._ f.fl.l :

ill Henry Sherman and family.VfoodBous something quite worth while." Jane, startled, withdrew her hand blue web of sea and sky. Between month_________________-___ 1,040.09 fl _______.___ ?___?..__ .0 ; '', 0
Jane light hearted almost to the and without farewell of teacher Wade McKnieht ----_I.___ __ t.M
a glance ran of
(the name Is assumed ) or t..acht'r
of
Is shore cockleshells
) In fleet and snorting Lizzie Willis ._______3_ IIII
I plot with Louisa to Impersonate an Eng- point of mild hysteria at the noticeable across the library and through the doorto launches established lanes of communication School for -No.months 9 and _10_,__Pine______Grove_) 140.00 Rufu Jackson---..-_--.-_--_..__ _. "_.__I '..11.Ml 0rs.

'officer: of that name, who Is to be relaxation of strain denoting danger Lady Crandall's room. Jaimihr For salary of teacher or teachers of M N. l). Newmans ___II__H___ MO
erred from \Vady Haifa to take khaki of the Rock's defendersand School No. 11 Martha Ri"l _______________ j'5o
bounded .
passed
double Khan (Lanteyl. for
ige of the signal tower at Gibraltar. to a with a cold glance at Wood- blue of the fleet's officers met months _______________________ 1160.00 P'isan Kelley _________________.!!!!! ip'po
(.dliouse, by agreement, purloins Cap- French window giving on a balconj house, moved silently to the door of and repassed. In wardroom and For salary of teacher or teachers of Wm. Tang -__________________ no
?'t WUhelmstrasse number. General Craudall's room and knocked."It passed School No. 12, Starke, for 1. L. Hur!n _____________________ :30;

4 is Jaimihr club lounge glasses were touched In months -_____________________ 2.660.00 Rachel Stokes -_______________.. .III ,00
Khan. he
Woodhnuse proceeds to Alexandria and answeredto pledges to the united service. The For salary of teacher or of Joseph Bryant -----____-_______._...-. I.M
; to Ramleh leeks Dr. Koch, a German epy. the maUled hail from within. "Yes. School No. 13. (Rising)teacher, lijiie Hunter --_______,____ 0 n

:4 I B* ibo" him the number. Capper appears : xi i) General Sahib, I will wait"He high commander of the Mediterranean months ----___________________ 380.00 W. J. Glisson ____._.______?___"" t J oo
'' and makes trouble. fleet paid his official visit to the governor For salary of teacher or teachers of Rachel Taylor -________-- 2 I
t r' turned and looked toward Wood- School No. 14, Elizabeth Hunter __________I.II.IIIIII
J Woodhoujs a2ay! Koch's suspicion house. The latter had taken a ciga- of Gibraltar, and the governor In -- months ___(_Vanderbilt________)_,__for__ 380.00 Florence Hoi ton __________ IIIIIIII !on
; Capper secretes himself in .a neighboring turn was received with honors upon For salary of teacher or of J. C. Rox -____________2___IIHI'Jtifl.
:} garden and spies on Dr. Koch. 1. rette from the case Almer had sent the quarterdeck of the flagship But School No. 15. (Heilbronn t..acher for -John WnVht ---------_-_____---.__' .Vno 0

; 0 him through Jane and was turning it months .__________ Warren Heney ----------- ------ ,300 0 0
Capper leeS the real Woodhouse borne over in his hand curiously. The Indian under the superficial courtesies of fanfare For salary of teacher or of 600.0i M. E. C. Crews and daupHer _______ Is HO
1 out unconscious from Dr. Koch's house -' and present arms the stern business School No. 16. (New River t"achpr), for Thomas Oval _______________ {4 on 0

: and follows the pseudo Woodhouse to Gibraltar. n treading like a hunting cat, be- fleet at months ____________________ Martha. Wilkerson ------_..._.___--___ ;.i 01
; The latter stops overnight with gan lighting candles. His tour of the of coaling progressed For salary of teacher or of 10.00 A(fi. Sot ___________ ___ }2.00

Jotepb Aimer, proprietor of the Hotel room brought him to the captain's side high tension. It was necessary that School No. 17. (Five teaeher, for I -___________ IIIIIII *'.00

Cplendlde. and a German epy. Louisa la all of the fighting machines have I months ____?-____________ 140.00 Leonard Altman ----___IIIIIII..III *2.00 4
Gibraltar In disguise.Starr and there be stood motionless until For Fttinry of teacher or of Newman Chlh." __________IIII'I 5 4.00
It Woodhouse, with a start observed him. their bunkers filled by noon of the School No. 18, (Rosier)tacher, Frin Hll.inbtha.__________I"__ i 'flo

Sherman and family are stopping following day. Every minute that the months -_______________________ 180.00 ames --_____-_______ ;2.M
"Cap-tain Wood-house has been most Catharine Hamnton ____ IIIII
_
.t the Splendlde. Suddenly Jane Gerson salary of teacher or teachers of ; 2
"
I appears, having with difficulty left Paris. in-discreet," he said In his curious mechanical channel up under the murky Northsea Schoodl No. 19. (Midway), for Addie Sil'--_____________ i 2.50(

jjl await a boat. of speech. fogs lay without full strength of month--___________________ 180.00 h ___________II..IHII'SO
way of teacher teachers Clara Snarkman ______________IIIIII"" .5n
:, lAdy' Crandall; the American wife of GI- Woodhouse turned on him angrily. her fleet protection was added dangerfor School )No. 20, (Brooker or ), for of 4 Alice Brvant --------_________11"I 2.SO 0

, braltar'0 governor visits the Splendide Is "What do you mean?" he snapped."Is England. months _____________________ 600.00 Julia MBlZ'i Lee! Bryan -_____ j '.
telic&ted with Jane's samples of For salary of teacher ---------------"IIIIIIin_ 2 SO
gowns That Woodhousewent teachers of
and invites her to stay at Government it that they have ceased to teach morning Captain School No. 21, (Providence or ), for Bristol Rice ---__________ "_ -l ,2 i Jio

Bouse. Woodhouse encounters Jane, but discretion-at the WUhelmstrasse?" on duty In the signal tower. 4 months _____________________ 560.00 "Silss .t ----______ -I..____II_V J ].50
-r- I.aur Wilkinson ____________.._ 4
.4.c1e. any previous meeting. The Indian's face was a mask. Major Bishop. his superior, had summoned For salary of t.aeh.1 or teachers of 4.1

llmer Informs Woodhouse. that a friend $ "I know nothing about the Wilhelm- him to his office immediately months School No._____22.___(_Thoressal.________for_4 340.00 Henry Pone ___n_____________'_____-_ J-0

to stationed at Government House and 6... *. strasse" the white man answered In a after breakfast and assigned him to For salary of teacher or teachers of I Rena Vanson special one month ____._ f ? no 0
School No. 23, Pine Ella Folkes ----_?_______ ___ __ 2."0
that from the signal tower every mine voice strained. his tasks tbere. Sufficient proof, ( Hill I. for ? 0
"Ships ships! Hundreds of them!" suddenly 4 ________________ 180.00 : "
the harbor can be exploded. The month '
lib IB fleet 18 due. Brlt- "Then it is veree, veree foolish for Woodhouse assured himself, with elation For ) of teacher or teachers of Total ----------_____________ .-i S.O0

and commanding a view of all the bay the captain to leave in his room these that he had come through the School No. 24. (Johnstown). for General Fund !
J.
_______________ W. Epperson inquest Minnie L Hunt *
Woodhousa pays his respects to Genel'.l'Cr&ndall 4 months _______ 140.00
and Capper follows to inform to the Spanish shore. She exclaimedIn plans." Jaimihr Khan took from his fire in General Crandall's library, test- For salary of teacher or teachers of T. J. Detle. J f do ____________""__" 1.4'

upon him and tells of his experience at awe: girdle a thin roll of blue prints, the ed nud found genuine. Through this School No. 2:. (Swift Cretk), for S.Roscne S. Knight juror ....______"_""_"" \1.0 0
Johns do ________ ___. ______ j
4 months _____________________ 140.00 .
iam1eh. and Room D pretext and that, he hnd.been kept off -
"Ships, ships! Hundreds of them! plans of the signal tower For salary of teacher teachers of L. N. Johns do _____u_I e
'randan has his suspicions aroused concerning Why, general what"- which Aimer had given Woodhouse the duty the day before and denied access to School No. 26. (Brooklyn or ), for T. r. Chnstam do ------__111.1111"" {1.0

Woodhouse. but nevertheless orders night before. He held them gingerly the slender stone tower high up on theRock's 4 months _______________________ 140.00 S. J. Johns do _________________IIIII ; l'pOMalinda
Capper out of Gibraltar. "The Mediterranean fleet young wOman For salary of teacher or teachers of J. C.riffi d/ --___________________ j
bound home to protect the channel between slender thumb and forefinger. crest which was the motor cen- School No. 27, (Graham), for 4 Vininff witness ______ t 1.0.

Crandall questions Jane Gerson about against the German high seas Woodhouse recoiled. ter of Gibraltar's ganglia of defense. Bionths _____________________-____ 600.00 Rattle SnaJaIn' do _________I"__! 1.0 0
Auen"tus Simmons do _______ :
Woodhouse suspecting a previous For of teacher --- .
salary teachers of
acquaintance "The sahib has sent to The small Hire in which Woodhousewas or -- 1'
fl eet. in the general me Edwards
but gains no information. Deep pride was gov- School No. 28, (Starke col.), for R. repairs to Co. buildjns__ f i'so
ernor's voice. Ills eyes kindled as they search the cap-tain's room" the even installed! was situated at the very 4 months ____________________ 440.00 J. rnne"on services sheriff Citrus .
Aimer sqpds Woodhouse a warning that fell o& the distant pillars of smoke, voice of Jalmihr Khan ran on. "Be top of the tower-a room glassed on For salary of teacher or teachers of n.CI.C. ease Entmsn -_Bnd'fixt (400
be bas been denounced by Capper, making School No. 29, (Watcroak col.), for n' i nT. furniture :jwi'IU .
1.5
Jane an unconscious go-between. scores of them mounting straight up hold the results of my journey! fotr sides like the lantern room of a 4 months ___________.-__________ 100.00 M. Dowlnl com tar coil ____-. .' 7/.2'
to support the blue on their blended Woodhouse sent a lightning glance at lighthouse and provided' with telescope. For salary of teacher or teachers of City lights etc ____n___ "7flS'nrte

Woodhouse is put to a severe test and arches. Woodhouse could the door leading to the governor'sroom a telephone switchboard: range finders School No. 30. (New River col), W. J. Phone Co.. rhone rent _no. 5.44
cross examination at Government House Captain! for 4 months ___________________ 100.00 E".ron 1 day with bard ___" 2.1
bat manages to allay suspicions. Jane scarcely coiice?" the start General Cranali's then stepped lightly away from and all the complicated' machinery of For salary of teacher or t"acher of Heo. n. Barnard. A Co.. paper Un_ 11.00

belps him at a critical moment. d annuumiutont pave; him. lIe followed the Indian and regarded him with bard. gunfire control. On one side were trcs School No. 31. I Hope-well, col.), RrdnCo. T.I."rrh notice iCe T'SO
for 4 iionths _____________.__ 120.00 OrlW (0.'arrnt books __________ ..
The British fleet enters the harbor.Crandall's the others! to the window more calculating eyes. tie boards supporting charts of the I For salary of teacher or teachers of Drew .. record book ----_____--__- 21.21 21.4

Indian body servant Jaimihr slowly.! "What do you propose to do-with ranges figured areas representing every I School No. 32. (IPro\idencel. for Drew Drew Co.., blank_______ __._ .96,

Khan, reveals himself to Woodhouse as a those plans?" square yard of water from the 4 months _______...____________ 100.00 o. ( FUlplf clerks offJce'II____: n.is
Jane the
was out on balcony now For salary of teacher teachers of H i T\'ay-N\ aril sen'ice! and 9.RO
German spy. 0 with field :glasses she picked up from "What should I do?" The white nearest liarbur below out to the farthest School No. :33. (Lake or Butler, col). .1.. .. nwlnI do _____-___ mi.'aJ"_ 1n.21

Lady Crandall gives a dinner, and Mrs. the governor's desk. She called back shoulders of the Indian went up In a reaching! distance: of the monster for 4 months ______________-__ 140.00 j.7. Rackwl.l.pl' do n_ _I-IIIIII_- U.2n
B&erman' mentions having* seen Wood- For salary of teacher or teachers of .R 1nr.. to ------ ______
through the curtains shrug. "They will stand you before a disappearing :11115. A second graphic i> IIIIII 'MO
house In Berlin which he denies. Jaimihr : summoning School No. 3. (Xl'b. col.), for J. TnI"rhi / '
, Khan Informs Woodhouse that everythingU Woodhouse to come and pick out for wall, Cap-tain Wood-house. And fire. sheet showed the harbor and anchor- 4 months ___.__________u_______ 160.00 P. co physician ----__" 4.17

, ready for blowing up the Ileet her the flagship.Vben he had joinedher It is the prke of an iu-discretion at a sees anti the entrain to the ftraits; For S 8alar':of teacher Cason or tenchers for of r.jC..8.. K&.rht c tj--atty -__ ___--_________,__ $ &,,
o. 35, ( 4 rM In.4n
, Crandall catches Woodhouse making Bishop stepped quickly to his Snerlors time like this." ths! map was thickly spotted with lit- months< _____________________._ 100.00 F.W.'T... Williams co ianiiorf ____I III".;f 25 ni

love to Jane. Later he questions her again p side."What Woodhouse's right hand whipped tic red iiimilieml! dots-the mines. For salary of teacher or t..nchel of W. T. Weeks Weks month 1st i tlek. Id epres4Ift5.flfl'
and Informs her that. Woodhouse Is aboutto Sown like: a turnip fold' with these School No. 36, (1'alestine. for 4 tee issue ta sale __ 7.M. '
0 do you think, general? Chap back to his holster, which hung from months _______.?_________-____ 160.00 -
be arrested but elicits nothing. strike me as genuine-that portrait of his sword belt and came forward deadly caT'sIe\ ( : s of destruction were nil For salary of teacher or teachers of Total -..Road--------_____ ________-' Iq.6
r- the thcrenlM'tif School No. 37, (Hampton I. for 4 and Bridge fund
waters : tlwir dl'lItt* p
'
gaIn with a thick short barreled months ________________________ 600.00For Covinsrton Co. strip clothing ronvicu
General Crandall called for second Lady Evelyn clinched things. I take '1.50
a Weapon in It. tendrils le-l! under water au.l\ tliroiisb! For salary of teacher or teachers of .(Ou-lev; _______--__-..______ 25.26
I
\( .
like of lemon in I bis cup. He was I t. "Giro me those plans. yellow conduits in the: Ko: k up th'.s sieutler: School No. 3S, (Dobsonl I. for 4 n. r Wh'l. & Son supnJt co 'icL. I.II

I bvlously sparring fur another open "Confound it! We haven't absolutely! houulr''hot! you spire called the signal; t"WI'8 he months _________________________ 140.00 r. SI. Jo.np Norman tools' rO out______n__"" 12.94
For of teacher logs
salary of cutnl 1.25
big. but was impressed by the showing proved anything, pro or con." General !" Jnlmihr Khan smiled. "Add climbed tlii' uindiiig ilainvji.v tu his School No. 39. (Bradford or t"cher), for 4 W.t-Tn'.y L nai. _______-IIIII"3JO

: the suspected man was making. Crandall grumbled in perplexity. one in-discretiou to another. Shoot, my newly 8SSIi.I1OS1! po.-t \\-oolaIUH'; hal months _______________________ 140.00 4,. J.s. Rrnn Knight n do en rad work _n__---. 16.75
_
the another ""Thing have to be deiiJe.l by the Indian '1 wonthu door For salary of teacher or teacher of nowlingr & ___. 5.o
Bishop pushed inquisition youthful fool! seen paiIlH'lItl a SIM-I School No. 40. (Lawtey. ), for Blair lumber'IIIIIIII______ 3.5!)
col J.
: itep: -what he finds or doesn't find-In The door to General Crandall's room Just belo te I'IJ.II l la- was to ucriipy 4 month__________________ 420.00 Raiford E. Adkins gen road work : Vnn
do .......1111111"j.no:
Wood Louse's room. Let you know soon the sinp'c;; L.ti :li-iK-r ")1." For teacher or teachers of Clarnncp Underhi
"Did you happen to lie present cap- opened, and the general in uniform School No. 41. ( col.), ,
Brooklyn 3.v. "do'-JL-IIHIIIIIIII"* '
tain. at the farewell dinner we gave as I hear. evening dress, stepped into the library Koorn D-\vlicre the s-witiho'i were. for 4 months __________________ 80.00 I A. H. P"\-al l.f 0
0 Bishop hurried to make his adeus; to where a sin.e sweep of tie haul For salary of teacher or teachers of lumber -________. __._
1.51
little Billy names? I think it must Wtodhouse swiftly slipped his revolver Benton
Jame
School No. gen road work ________
42. (Bieliing). for 4 (
hm been in the spring you were Lady Crandall and her guest and was behind his back' though keeping It could loo.-e ail t tc! !liiici! ilcath: out months _____________________-____ 140.00 I lAm. 4. Pubose do ---------_--__--*- *2.5"
here" starting for the doors when Wood- ready for Instant use."All there In the crowded b'II'Lo1'-lt lay directly For salar of teacher or teachers of B'own do ---n____________ ., !
Ja-rrs Parrish do !
house, stepping' in from the balcony be-low his I'eKHe Schol ':o. 43, Miller, for 4 J. ----------_____h_* "i" 1.04
A.
"There were many dinners, IaJorB18bcp. ready, captain. Smoke. The month_______________________ 340.00 I 4. *. Coleman do -----____--_______I'{ 2.10] {
offered to join him. The governor stopped general extended his cigarette case toward bad imir't tiiue for thought. and salar of teacher or tt-achen of w F. Wainwrlrht do J ---- --------- j ViO
.
Woodhouse was ..carefullyselecting him. Woodhouse. much to think nlioiit.Yesterday's School No. 4. (Davis, for four T. B. Parmenter do -------n__1* 2ti',

his words, and he broke his months ____ ..__________________ 140.00 I Horace Rosier do --n ______"; 5.51 r"
"By the way, captain, If you'll wait The latter smilingly declined, his s cue in the library of For salary of teacher or of Moore lumber III.l" __: 28.52
sentences with a sip from his cup. for me a minute I should like your II. his prlllm the School No. 'acher W. A. Bonir gen road work ..III"I_ 'MJ
eyes all the while on the Indian, who Government .U-e- : by 45. (Enterprise), for Cash
Seven years is a long time. you know. down the Koi-k." two when false 4 months -_______.___.___.__. 140.00 I Dnul
sUsi'kluUs rjlr'
We had much company stood by the corner of the general'sdesk. uitii. a answer For salary of teacher or teachers of V- ? :!: etc'wnrfe'iVmiirIH: \
In
else to think about Bishop had gone, and the general, Between the sleek brown hands ou his i-art would have been the School No. 46, (Theressal, for 4 J. L UnIerhi insp mails __ h____ :.. 12.00
K .
Egypt than old dinners elsewhere." taking Woodhouse's agreement for a tiny blue roll of paper was twisting first step toward a tiring iuad. Yes. month......-_________________ 100.00 I I Itch.n.lnlf Drlf Store-____medleina_-_____ _____ 400

Bishop appeared struck by an In- granted, also left the room. Into a narrower wisp under the care- and what haJ followed: between hIm- School )No.of teacher 47, (IZift or),teachers for four of Chesley._ Fogg r"-* road work _ton\icj_- i.. fiSO 1.65

spiration. lIe clapped his cup Into its Woodhouse. suddenly thrown backon less manipulation of thin fingers. self Bull the litte! American-the girl months _____________________ 140.00 I I F. .fowling Abernathy lumber ______Hi 3340J !

saucer with a sudden bang. his guard, could find nothing to do "Well. Jaimihr." Crandall briskly addressed who had protected und aided him-ah. For salary of teacher or teachers of n. fowling feeding ch"lvnfr Prisoners! C.n4ct4____.I. 314.50J
School No. 48. (Brooks)I. for 4 {
"Bang It, man, you must have been but assent. But when Lady Crandall the servant, "have you completed the pain of that trial was hardly less months -_ 140.00) I. B. Dowling feed for mull ____1" 130 3.41
-- -
-- --
----------
here In the days of Lady Evelyn. Remember excused herself on the score of having the errand I sent you on?" poignant than had been the terror of For salary of teacher or teachers of I J. n'I lo""ini| captain su""lip and convicts Klri-___f j" is.n
nowjnr _
her, don't you?" to dress for dinner he welcomed "Yes, General Sahib." The brown the one preceding it. She had asked School 4 months No.__49__,_Little_______Springs_______-),__for__ 600.00 t J.Young. "hitpn lumber ____'_ I 125.00 10.00

"Would I be likely to forget the compensation in being alone with the fingers still caressed the plans of the him to prove to her that he was not For salary of teacher or teachers of Trading Co. feed for Diuiei'IjI 29.19

captain parried. Out of the tall of his who had with him steadfastly signal tower. what she thought him. But before an- School No. 50, (Hampton aoL), Total j {--, .
girl gone -----
------ .?
-- gW
for 4 months ____________________ 100.00 p '
eye be bad a flash of Jane Gerson's unflinchingly, through moments of "Have you anything to report?" The other day was past she would be out For 8alar of teacher or teachers of o. Twon flutatanthn!int Ind.hUd'n.i.'VJnJi"
on .
white face of her eyes seeking his trial She stood before the curtains general had his cigarette in his mouth of his life and would depart believing School No. 5t, (Kelly), for four No. 12. from court house .arra. t
to
months ____________________, 1.1-1 69.1 .g.
with a palpitant hunted look. The screening the balcony, hesitant, apparently and was pawing his desk for a match. -yes. cou\"lucl'll-that the task he had For salary--of- teacher or teachers of 140.00 w W.' O.A O. IT1"Tison do !. retr___. __}. 31.10.

message of her eyes brought to him meditating flight To her Wood- Jaimihr Khan slowly lifted the tip of set himself to do was a dishonorable School No. 52, (Sampson), for 4 on JIP; : rvtiW 4.16

ta Instant of grace In sore trial house went In his eyes an appeal fora the paper! wIsp in his fingers to theme one. She could not know that the soldiers For months alary._of_._teacher_.......or...teachers...______of_ 140.00 Total ------------------__:__-- -- t-- 44.88

General Crandall rose to set hIs cup moment alone which would not be of the hidden army have claim to School No. 53, (Guilfordi.. for 4 S. B. nmark Fine and eV Forfptt.p's. Fund 't

on the tea wagon. With the most denied. heroism no less than they who join months --________________-____ 160.00 J. F. Collev work c on jai S._Croft___._.J._._.._ 4S.45 i.nn
For ;
cuual air in the addressedblmaelf battle under the sun. But he was to aory of teacher or teachers of A. M. Darby supplies ......._J_ 3.00
world be School
"You were-very kind to me he No. 54. (Union Chapel), w. J. Epperson delivering
see Jane Gerson once more; Wood for 4 __________ ____ 3 prisoned 1200
M
140.00
to Woodhouse month- guard __ _
: began, hIs voice very low and broken. For am""n at jail _____._;. 20.00
house this ) or teachers of
caught at circumstance as Mitchell Drug Store mtilicine
"When for iai
Sir David died many of h18decta "If it had not been-for your help, I I School No. 55, (Roberts), for 4 W. J. Epperson com on fines __ ...: 3.M
Government
were left In this house to await would have""I something precious. Tonight at months ---.--.___.._____..._.___ 160.00 W. J. Epperson feeding prisl.np" 33.50 g.05
House Lady Crandall's dinnerto For salary of teacher of .
their or t.acher A. Gardiner Mile
case
proper owner's disposition, and coulS not see you-see you grope --fl the refugee Americans on the eve of School No. 56, (Boat Drain), for W.'f J. Eopenon do _________RohinixAi__'___ j 2 2.22 85

tad, Cralgen has been-er-delicate blindly-and fall" She turned her their departure would offer a last For 4 months -----_.__..______?..._ 320.00 Ceebt: Hamnton witness __h___ ___ f i'ao
op salary of
bout claiming them. them t.ach..r or teachers of CS'l> 'aw Ethel: Nichols .: 304
Among head to look back through the opened] portuulty How could he turn it to thf School No. 57, (Randolph, for 4 W. J. Epperson ______ *.

Vas the portrait of Lady Craigen herself glass doors to the swiftly moving dots desire. of his I'cart: ? month---______________________ 160.00 t'atMv Hamilton d witn. _____n___ *.. 1.31 5'
which of teacher or teachers of G*o. Ila'ny'on do------------------- t
still hangs in this room. In the distance that represented the (Contmyd Next Week. School 1Il n
) No. 58, (Liberty for 4 F.aliie Richardson -IIIIIIIIIIII"I .

flue you recognized\ : it, captain?" Incoming battle fleet"But month-----__________________ 160.00 J. E Wilson juror _____.-______,_ 1.30
Woodhouse \ \ of teacher or teachers of F. H..llinifswfjrth __________ : /
whose mind had been 6 do ,_
there other except
was no reason + + + + + + + + + .9 + + + + + 1.0
leaPing L' rZ..i- School No. 59. (Andrews. col), .\. n Ahartz do _________ __ .
forward vainly trying to divine Just humanity to prompt you?" dl + LEGAL NOTICES + for 4 months ----___.___?_ 0.00! N. do --__._______.__u__"" _,.__ 1.(")
the object of the Lady Evelyn of other 'tk: 9i For Falar of teacher or teachet of J. M. PuU do _____ .
-4 He had possessed himself one ."X 'l + + + + + + + + + + + + + f + Schol No. 60, (Futchi I. fo. 4 I f* P.' ."nt.do -------_-.-_.-( _-_ 1.04
now
knew and the knowledgeleft hands now. and his eyes compelledher I % AJJ1 COMMISSIONERS SALE.Kotce months ---........__.._....?_ 140.00! C. A. Gardiner nu.n case Eugene Brown,. 2.08 1.(14

him beyond his resources. lie to turn her own to meet their! Is hereby given that under and by For salary qf teacher or teachers of I .' Em..n dn ___n_______-_- .15
hNcognized the moment of his unmask- virtue of an order made on the IMh day of!: School No. 61. Saxton, for 4 I M. Cameron witness _____u______. _
gaze. "Once when they-were tryingto month---------..--_ 180.00 Silas Kite do .....______ __ 1'1.
IMC. But the man's steadyfen ii;' ii June. A. D. 1917. by J. T. Wills. Judge of the .
nerve was look from of teacher or teacherTof (.eO. A. Gardiner ease Pun is 2.83
trip me, I caught a your Circuit Court in and for Bradford Count, I Moody 4
In extremity. lie rose and turned Florida. I will sell at public outcry in front School No. 62. (Crest View). for W. J. Epperson do _________. .1 i. 8.90
to face the eyes, and-and It was more than- of the court house door in Starke. Bradford 4 months ____________________ 140.00 Vlley Jlvcrs" witness _,4. 4.'f
rear wall of the library,
than pity." County Florida. on Monday. the 6th day of Herbert Wilpams d-__-____.__ .;. 4>o
ttfflst the tapestry of which bung LiJi Aunrui-t. A. D. 191?. during the legal hours of Total __J31.188.3J L. 1 Sapp do -;.!_ 40
"You too much the ----------------------- :
are presuming *
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four Hole do __ __1 .
oil of the A levy of 7 -
portraits In their deep old t,00a.Jo4 sale on said day for the purpose payment mii on the taxable property of
frames of heavy gold. Three of these girl parried faintly, but Woodhouse of the debts of E. W. Driggers deceased the county will b necessary to give the amount W. H. Livingston do _--.------H2.4!
all the following described real estate in imperatively and hereby \Ie Myers do ---------- + 2.4I
would not be rebuffed. need. \e request
'tre of women. A fourth also the Bradford County. Florida. to-wit: Commenc you to levy rf. A. Gardiner case Henry: Grrenl 1- 2.13
"You must hear he rushed on sale. W. J. Epperson do ______i_It, 5.45
me, ,
of By order of the
Bkwiess of a woman, hung over the jog at JJW corner of Northwest Quarter County Board of Public In M. Cameron witness __'
1.UO
"This is time Northwest Quarter and East 525 feet struction. I -
run
Impetuously. a strange '
,
taplace. ( A. Gardiner ._
Chances were 4 to 1 against PO cue Geo. Wiil. 2.51
North
South 105 West 105 feet
feet. 625: feet. E. R. POPPELL.
blind choice. for me to say this, but you say you are to point of beginning said land lying and Secretary and County Superintendent Public W. .. Epperson do ______ ._____ ,_ 9.15
bet Violett Sutherland witness __ .
3.4"
going-going away soon. I may not ing in Section 33. Township 6, South Instruction. -.3.:
At Woodhouse Lettie Browning do __...i _
slowly lifted his eyesto 3.4
0 22: East. Also the following described real estate T. B.
have another opportunity-hear me! PIXHOLTR The Selig Co. disinfectant .
the line of portraits be noticed that in Alachua County Florida to-wit: East L Chairman County Board -<- I| -_
Jane I am terribly In earnest when I tell UGh,. those plans, you yellow half of Southeast Quarter of Section 26. Town Intrucion.
had moved to place the broad Total ____________.+__ -4.- 46 .H
hound! ship 7, Range 14, to the highest and best bidder
all
I love love beyond
tent shade of a floor lamp on its tall you you- you for cash. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED l

standard of mahogany between herself believing. No, no! Not for what you i flame of a candle: on the end o? the E. M. JOHNS UNDER SECTION LAWS OF 8 }OF CHAPTER 4SS8. To Cur a Cold In;pne ,y

tail the other that her face 1 have done for me, but for what you the to his -6-5t. Commissioner Notice hereby given'LORJA. '.
two men so desk. then heM burning tip i E Hall pur- Take LAXATIVE BROMO (fttalne. the 0
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,l a momentarily screened from them are to beloved." master's riparette.bins. chaser of Tax Certificate No. 18 dated the' Cough and Headache and _(.rki o ItttoPI .
ITEMIZED ESTIMATE. 5th day of July.' A. D. l15. has filed said certificate Druggists refund money it Uittto 'e. :
8n. looked quickly at the portrait over She quickly pulled her hand free "}: IJerjTal Su'iiib.1* Office of Board of Public Instruction off in my office ha made application E. W. GROVE; signature i pa. eschsboz.c 2

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{ PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. ", FRIDAti Jl-17 13,111 J

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: Miss Victoria Douglass visited her 1 their wedding trip last week and I RAIFORD. 'j; place of Mr. $; A. tl K tt

sister, Mrs. H. J. Davis, last week. are spending a few days at he homeof been transferred to tfe Palm

c v Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Johns, Mrs. Mrs. Gunter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. of the bakery'

Rouse and son, Hubert, Dr. and Mrs. L. Futch. :Messrs. L. Sapp, James Douberlyand The pastor of the jet, )
j
and Henry,
L L. Lamb and children, Marie and Mr. M. L. Loadholtz was transact- I John Dowling son, Rev. Paul Kendall, i

County News Items Durant, were visitors to Worthingtonlast ing business in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. made a. business trip to Jacksom'iUeSunday. II. L Ezell, Florid] rvaa

Wednesday.Miss W. F. Godwin was a business sist him in a tentntjg;
Mildred Roberts spent last visitor to Jacksonville the first partof Messrs. Lewis Ritch and Lewis Reynolds next week, if ,cothinUDreveay

week with her aunt, Miss Trumy the week. were in Johnstown Monday af- Mr. L. L.Copland "e? ; s

Ialsr iHn| facts Gathered During the Week by Our Rimes. Charlie Sheppard, who is assistingin ternoon. Springs, representini the, i

Regular Correspondents. \ Miss Carrie Hale, of Lake Butler, the geological survey near St. Mr. W. M. Whitten and daughter, tual Life Instance | P---

t ... spent the Fourth with Miss Mary George, Ga., spent Sunday home. :Miss Perla, were in Starke Tuesday.Mrs. was in our city last o, of I,

.... .. Shaw. Mrs. G. C. Wooten left last week to i Anderson and children, of ness. T uesd a' o e
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f -.- Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, spend a few weeks with relatives in Brunswick, Ga., were,the guests of the Miss Eunice.

and Mrs. W. T. Turner. Inez, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. B. I Georgia.Rev. Byrd family this week. her Milt-M. of T
JOHNSTOWN. visiting aunt
r,,Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Hurst spent last Shaw, this week. A. T. Galloway filled his regular :Miss Mildred Riggins returned to Mrs. T. J. Towns, Mif. M.and'V

Monday in Palatka. Mrs. Hurst was Mr. Guy Pinholster was visitor. to appointment at the Baldwin her home in Blackshear, Ga., Satur- Miss Margaret rti.rned* *!
made business trip attend the funeral of her Worthington last week. 1 :Methodist church last Sunday evening 1
John P. Coffin a called to day, after a month's visit to her friend Tuesday, after e
''' ":- tu Lake Cutler Tuesday afternoon. father, Mr. Dees. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Russell, of Dar- Postmaster R. B. Jackson was attending Miss Perla Whitten.Mr. Orange Springs.spelling a

< Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rivers and Mr. I. ''Mr and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe spent lington, S. C., who have been spend- to business in Jacksonville John Kinlaw has returned to The Christian *

' > Berrett, of Stump's store, and Misses I last Saturday in Raiford.Mr. ing the week with the former's par- Tl1es faY. his home in Jennings, after a visit to meetings unip home sod'air
Sarah Rivers and Inez Markey, all of I IJacbon"ille ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Russell, re- Mr. A. Hercules, of Jacksonville: the Whitten family. are proving a
I H. T. Parnell made a trip to the community. B<
Lake Butler, passed through Johns- last Saturday.Rev. turfned to their home Sunday after- va in Lawtey Tuec .*/ jr. business. Mrs. J. H. Walker, of Jacksonville, in ch jjg international

town on the Fourth, bound for Pablo Jacksonville Walter Butler, of Jacksonville, was is in town visiting her daughter, Mrs. racte'theyed.by are
of members of
4 Beach. Kendall, noon.Miss Florence Capell, of this place, visiting relatives in Lawtey last week. J. A. Brooks. ftt\ the "

:''., Saturday night a box supper was preached a very interesting at the New sermonlast River is visiting Miss Bernice Parker, of Messrs. L. H. Hill and A. A. Stokes Mr. Wm. Whitehead has just had a pie tions who and ahp by g numb,, of
'. 1 Sunday morning are member of
Tomlinson were visitors to Macclenny and Jacksonville ) no i
of Mr. M. F. Lacrosse.Mr.
I held at the home church and in the afternoonat new foundation put under the cot- theme in general is
near here, for the purpose of col- Baptist Masonic Hall. and Mrs. Chapman and children, I Monday.Mr. tage that he recently moved onto his essentials of erthe fnng ,

s lecting money for the paying of Rev. the New River Colson and Mr. Leon of Newberry, are visiting the latter's G. C. Wooten left Tuesday to I lot on Central avenue. which all the Christian faft3.
and
Lillie
Coleman's salary. A large crowd at- Miss Butler attended the parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Lamb. spend a few days with relatives at his I Mr. T. B. Handley was unable to may AO meet

tended and the girls had well filled Hodge, of Lake New, River last Mr. Inman Harrison was a visitorto old home, McRae, Ga. attend the meeting of the shareholders mon contention ground, 'avoiding divu
services at by avcidiSg
A neat sum was church Lake Butler Saturday. Mr. R. K. Davis returned home last all eel
boxes of good things. of the Citizens Bank Tuesday, on account -I of and iiaty
realized. After the boxes were dis- Sunday.A Mrs. Ina Fralick, of Starke, who week, after spending about 10 days of sickness.Mr. points crecij win y
Messrs. Jesse the
of different
posed of the young people played sev- party consisting M. Cal- has been visiting her parents, Mr. and with relatives and friends in Nassau A. D. Andrews and son, Rance sects The i
P. B. Crews J. Sapp, are growing 3n attendance
Thomas ,
eral games. Mrs. C. H. Harrison, has just returnedto county, and in Charlton county, Ga. and Cleve Sapp made a business tripto and
houn Berry Misses Tylithia Melvin, proving a moans ol
[
Wm. Varnes, of this place, drove ov- her home. Mr. Davis reports good crops and a Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. ringinj
Mellie, Nellie Thomas, Phyla Renfroe, Mrs. Allie Mixon and family of few boll weevils in that section.Mr. nominational churches closer tc
er to Lake Butler Wednesday morn- motored B. D. and J. C. Byrd went to
ing to get ice to make lemonade. Ozena Nelvin, Pearl Renfroe Meridian, Miss., are visiting at the J. B. McCulley, a former resident Starke Wednesday. I er in the unity of 4ke Spirit i asdtti,
down to Sampson City last Saturday II home of Mr. R. T. Taylor. of Lawtey, now of Sanford, has bond of peace, and *n prodnclnt i

night to attend church. been spending a few days here look- I religion of faith and< works am
BRIDGE. Adkins of Lake But- LAKE BUTLER.Prof. forms and
LONG Miss Miriam ing after his property interests. He dogmas.. i
.J ler, spent Sunday with her parents, WOODLAWN'PARK.. returned to Sanford Wednesday.Mr. --

Miss Mariam Adkins, of Lake But-I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins.Mr. John L. Stalsby came over from J. E. Snowden has been giving Mrs. B. H. Carter

ler, visited her parents, Mr. and Jesse Thomas, Misses motored Mamie downto The series of revival meetings con- Hastings and spent a few days at his lessons in penmanship in our city for i Mrs. B. H. Carver, wife of fc.il

: J. E. Adkins, Sunday.Mr. Turner, Nellie Thomas ducted at Heilbronn Baptist churchby home here last week. about one month. The writer was inspecting M. Carver, was bore in the J

Lacy Tison and sisters, Misses Hampton Sunday afternoon. Elders W. L. Overstreet and L. A. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Peace were visitors some of the work of the chili i Alabama April 22nd,,1859. Sheer<

Dora and Florence, visited their brother Remember Sunday school every Donoley, came to a close Sunday even- to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. dren and it is certainly a wonderful I: to Flotilla with her parents sad_
River at
0 ; Mr. Edd Tison, of Tylor, last week. Sunday afternoon at New ing. Much interest was manifestedand J. N. Peeples, who lives near improvement they have made in a lit I ed in Lake Butler while she wu

1 4 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Renfroe and I 3:30.' much good was done. One addi- town, is in the lead so far as knownon tle while. Prof. Snowden is a grad-1 I young, where ,he grej'? up and i.

daughters, Misses Anna, Cora Belle, tion was made by baptism. In spiteof big watermelons. They are of the uate of the Zanerian College of Columbus -' all these years she jhas beta _

Edna, also little son, Charlie, Jr., of BROOKER. bad weather large crowds were Excel variety and are'extra large and Ohio, and under the instructions -'!1 to her friends: and led ores as]

P Tarpon Springs, are the guests this present at each meeting. of fine flavor. He has weighed two I of the famous Prof. L. Madresz.i She was married to
K, week of Mr Renfroe's sister, Mrs. -well represented at Miss Debbie Phillips conducted the from the same vine, each weighing 52 Col. Schell Maines, one of Sanford's J I I| ver Jan. 9, 1873 and through all j

Millard Johns. Brooker was last Wednesday to cele- singing and we are glad to state it pounds.Mr. leading legal lights, is visiting his years have fought we by side .

Mr. L L Merritt was a business visitor Worthington was a grand success. A prayer meet- William Muse, of Maxville, was brother, Dr. J. E. Maines, and family. I battles and te gooj Lord has.i

to Raiford Saturday. brate the Fourth.G. made business tripto ing was organized which will meet every I. visiting his parents here Monday. Col. Maines is a native of Lake But- dantly ,blessed thei, efforts.

", Mr. M. H. Moody was a. business B. Colson a Wednesday night, also a Sunday Our farmers in this vicinity are con- ler, but has been living in Sanford for I Carver was .a consVtent member 1

f' visitor- Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. Starke last Middleton Friday. of Hampton, school to meet each Sunday afternoonat tinuing to put out many acres of sweet sometime. We are always glad to see the Christian, chur, lived till

Percy Kelley, of near Brooker, Miss Madge of Miss Pearl, Lewis, this 3 o'clock. All are invited to attend potatoes, taking advantage of the recent our old Lake Butler boys. I that adorned the doe nines of God,)
attended prayer meeting at Long is the guest these meetings. Don't forgetthe showers. Miss Josie Parrish left Wednesdayfor Saviour until;, the ath Ac ci _

{ Bridge Sunday night. week. state the accident time. The regular monthly meeting of the Gainesville" to take a special courseat and bade her: lay 1 the burden i
r s Mr. John Clemons was a business We are sorry to teachers and officers of Grace M. E. the summer school. life and receive iha crown of n
Miss Daisy Lewis Misses Mary Stalsby and Jessie
visitor to Lake Butler Saturday. that happened to Sunday school was held at the club- Miss Flora Sapp, of Sapp, spent the fading joy that beINgs to those
when her horse made a Griffis, of Lawtey, attended preaching
Wednesday house last Monday evening from 7 to week-end here, visiting with Miss love the Lord. M rsr Carver i _
threw her out of the buggy 1 here Sunday.Mrs. .
turn
quick i' 9:30 o'clock.. A splendid supper was Marshal Proctor. this life at her honk near Late L
NEBO. broke both bones of her right arm. R. H. Green and children are
and served by Mrs. J. D. Randall and a Hon. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, pass- ler July 6, 1$17. Sit leaves to eaesiher
Butler friends in Jack-
of Lake visiting relatives and
W.
D. Pinholster very pleasant and profitable evening ed through our city Tuesday. I I loss a devoted l*sband, Kr.11
town sonville this week.
Mr. H. M. Douglass was a business was attending to business in our -. -- spent. The Lake Butler band intend to buy Carver, and five dyghters and h
Mr. Bryant Hicks, of Plant City,
visitor to Starke Monday. Friday.Mr. be in the :where Mesdames Rca Ream
lamps to placed park sons, "l
has visited relatives here .
r H. C. Brannen went to Lake City J. J. Morgan purchaseda Sunday.Mr. they expect to give concerts at-night. Stokes, Lula Manning, Susie Tore
Ford and Mrs. V. R. Reddish, of HAMPTON.
one day last week. new car. Mr. T. wife and Cora Blair Messrs W.
visit- D. Proctor, daughter ; >p. Carre,t
Louise is visited relatives and friends
Mrs. McKinney of Lawtey,
Chas. Bagley was among those who Miss Ruby, of Homeland, Ga., are A. Carver, H. C. Cater, S. D.CaratR.
Mrs. G. W. .
here
attended the picnic at Worthington on ing her parents, Mr. and Sunday.Mr. Joseph A. King and family, of Tam- the guests of Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Proc- A. Carver, one brother, Sheriff 1.
: and Mrs. L B. Green of Jacksonville
week. ,
Hazen this -
the Fourth. pa, are visiting relatives and friends tor. Mr. Proctor is an old Lake But- J. Epperson, of Suvrke, two alsto,
Mr. J. J. Morgan made a business visited here Saturday and
; Mesdames W. T. and H. C. Bran- ler boy and his many friends are gladto Mrs. 'Nnnie Schell,:of Lake Safe,
nen visited at the home of Mr. and trip to Starke last Thursday.Mr. Sunday. here.Adjt. L A. Odum of the Volunteersof see him again. Mrs. Nannie Odom, vf St. Petentej,
transacting Messrs. J. S. and J. M. Norman and
Allen Hazen was
Mrs. J. D. Crawfords Thursday.Mr. America, was looking after the interests Mr. Henry Rosenberg made a bus and an aged devote'mothertogJt
H. A. Conner left Sunday for a business in Starke Thursday.Miss Elder W. L. Overstreet were transact- of the organization here Tues ness trip to Jacksonville last Wednes with other levied ogles and a holt
visit with relatives near Palestine.N. Victoria Douglass is visitingher ing business in Starke Saturday.Mr. .
friends. To ifhe sorrowing loved its
_ Alachua this week. R. H. Green day.W. day.Mrs.
brother at was transacting
A. Conner and family visited F. Nickels left for
and Wednesday E. Klondes has gone to Hor- we extend our heartfelt sympsiia
f relatives near Miller Sunday. I I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Foxworth business in Starke Saturday.' Philadelphia where he will spend the tense, Ga., to spend a while with her 'Funeral services were held ate
Jacksonville visiting Messrs. G. Cl: and W. C. Wooten and
farmers have taken brother Sam, of are
Several of
with relatives.
our summer parents. home, Rev. S. S. Proctor offieu&t
their sister, Mrs. E. B. Andreu, Enoch Griffis, of Lawtey, were trans- .
advantage of the recent showers and Miss Etta Crawford, of Winter Miss Inez Markey left this weekto Her remains were interred in tittfe

planted sweet potato. Vines are very this week. acting business here Monday. Garden, was $ pleasant visitor here visit her brother in Lakeland.Mr. kle cemetery. 1
scarce here on account of the dry Miss Ruby Crosby. ho has been visiting i :Mr. R. K. Davis, of Lawtey, was a Wednesday.E. R. R. Ware and of -
in Jacksonville, returned home visitor here Monday.Mr. family, Servant of God, well done, i
weather. M. Freer, of Tampa, spent the Mayo, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M. '
Wednesday.Mrs. and Mrs. E. Kite, of Lake But- Rest from they love :employ, '
is at ;
The progressing nicely
sing week here the guest of friends. Overstreet last week. Mr. Ware is .
'
M. Barefoot and daughter, ler visited relatives and friends here a The battle is :
this place. Our teacher, Mr. J. J. P. Rev. H. E. Ridenour filled his regular brother of Mrs. Overstreet. fought
Blackwelder, is doing all he can to advance Inez/ are the guests of Mrs. A. B. Monday.Mr. appointments here Sunday, Mrs.' H. K. Roberts of Guilford The victory U won,t
the cause. Let's all help and Shaw and daughter, Mary. and Mrs. Eodus Green, of Rai- preaching to unusually large with her, Enter into thy 3las( r's joy. ,
congre- spent Monday
grandmother
Mr. Lonnie Morgan and parents mo- ford, visited here Sunday.Mr. A FRIEND. '
make this one among, if not the best, gations both morning and evening.Dr. Mrs. S. A. Richard. She returned home
tored to Worthington Sunday. D. L. Kite, of Lake Butler, mo- h-- -
class in the .
singing county.GRAHAM. W. E. Middleton made three visits Tuesday, taking her grandmother to
Miss Pearl Berry, of Jacksonville, tored over here Monday.Mr. HAND WAS SICATTEREDi'Tom
to Jacksonville on profesisonal bus- while with her. !
_ was the guest of Mrs. Barney Andreu I S. J. Norman and daughter, spend a
iness during the week.M. Mr. Nick Voines, of Ft. Pierce, has '
I. afternoon.Mr. I Misses Eula, Ella and Peculia of the
Sunday ,
L Watterson was a business visitor moved to Lake Butler. He is one of Chas ain, whje working at f
Clyde Weeks was the guest of Vanderbilt section, attended preach-
in Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. the of the Lake Butler Bottiir. Works in t6k
proprietors Lake
Rev. L C. Futch, after attending a Miss Pearl Lewis Sunday afternoon.Mr ing here Sunday. Butler res-
and Mrs. J. V. Jones were visitors taurant.W. city, had his hand, badly shattfflU
v series of meetings near Lawtey, has Scott Andrews was the guestof Elder W. S. Walters will conducta bottle .wi
in Jacksonville Wednesday.The 0. W. Ladge No. 115 held their Monday afternoon Lla
returned to his home here. friends Sunday afternoon.We series of revival meetings at the -
work of installing the large saw regular burst in the machine he was work
meeting Tuesday evening and
Miss Mae McKinney spent the weekend to state that two of Woodlawn Baptist church
Monday
are
sorry
mill of P. B. Hunt is progressing with. The hand was.badly; cut bj fej
quite
large number ;
rap- a attended and a
with relatives in Lake Butler, returning our ladies, Mrs. Lonnie Morgan and evening, July 23. All are cordially
idly and the machinery will be in flying glass and the young maawj
operation great applications for member-
many
to this place Sum'ay aft :- Mrs. Abe Hazen, have been taken to invited to attend. Mime,!
soon. ship received. carried to the onlc$ of Dr.
Jacksonville to undergo operations.We Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
norm. Browning
motored -
Prof. John L Scotten was a business The services where he was giver prompt med j
of Mr. L. C. Smith, of ;
Mrs. Owen Loadholtz, with little son hope for them a speedy recovery. over to Lake Butler Sunday.The t!
of Fort Meade, was a week-end visitorat The stork visited the home of Mr. citizens here will meet near the visitor in Jacksonville Tuesday. Waldo, has been secured by the Lake attention.-Lake.-.-- Butter 4 Times. ,

the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rob- and Mrs. L. A. Greene, leaving a fine retort next Thursday, July 19, for the Willie C. Hunt underwent a surgical Butler Bakery to take charge of that .. -

erts. She returned to her home Mon- purpose of opening up the Starke and operation for appendicitis at St. Vincent's department. Mr. Smith is an exper- Optimistic ThoughtThe ,
boy.Rev. hospital, Jacksonville Tuesday.His ienced baker and will give satisfac- surest) to fsE: Is to ttI
_ day morning.Mr. J. W. Pinholster and wife were Woodlawn Park road. It is openedout way nv
_ S. D. Dukes, prominent farmerof the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. from the Lawtey and Raiford roadto speedy many friends. here hope for his tion to the customers. He takes the I termlne to succeed. ,?

this section, is in Jacksonville this Baxter, of Alachua, Saturday and Sun the retort, and all are requested to B.recovery.P. Hunt and E. J. King were visitors -.I .... "!!

week. Mr. Dukes has sold four cars day.Mr. meet there to help finish it to Starkeon in Jacksonville Wednesday.

r of extra size melons while there, realizing H. C. Surrency, of this section. the above_ date.-----. : "
Mesdames Richard, Weeks and Darr r t
very good prices.Mr. visited his daughter, Mrs. T. B. Par- :Miss Irene Rhoden was shopping in
by, of Starke motored :
J. Perman Roberts, who is a ker at LaCrosse, last week. Starke Friday.Mr. evening and were, met at over the Masonic Monday I BE PATRIOTIC and make

student in Massey's Business College The Loyal Temperance Legion will and Mrs. L. C. Futch spent the Hall by large and enthusiastic .
t of Jacksonville, spent the Fourth with meet at.the. school building at 3:30( Fourth with relatives at Raiford.Mr. of a audience -

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rob- o'clock next Saturday afternoon. All J. S. :Mathis visited relatives and took the our preliminary representative steps citizens for I ,' MONEY at one and the
organizing -
erts of this place. the children are invited to attend. Macclenny: Saturday and Sunday.Mr. local branch of the American
a
Mr. Chesley Fogg, in company witha Remember, prayer meeting every : and Mrs. S. T. Futch visited Red Cross. Mrs. Weeks acted

car of melons, left for the state me- Wednesday evening at the Free Will j relatives at Lake Butler Saturday and chairman and Miss Ivey as same time.The .
as secretary,
invited to .
tropolis Monday afternoon. Baptist charch. Everybody Sunday.Mr.
I
and at the close of the thefollowing
Jesse Surrency and family, of Tampa vttend. L. H. Hill, of Lawtey, was at- meeting _

: are visiting relatives her Mr. tending to business here Monday.Mr. elected permanent officers were

Sarrency holds a very important poi 0. J. Phillips was visitor to :
WORTHINGTON. a who
Chairman, Dr. W. E. Middleton. war critics all tell us that the question of
sition with the S. A. L. Ry. at that Starke Saturday.
Vice Chairman, Mrs. Middleton. will win this of which side keepsup
place. His many friends are always war largely a matter
The Fourth passed off as usual here. Secretary, A. J. Nimmo.
glad to see him. full
LAWTEY. a supply of food the longest.
Treasurer A. A. .
f Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney About three thousand people were on Futch.A
: ed through this place Sunday afternoon pass-- hand at the springs. The rain inter- membership committee was appointed Every farmer can be a patriot and make money at

having been to Brooker on a fered with the usual festivities but the Rev. William Landis, of the Spring- composed of Misses Evelyn one and the same time by taking care of his swine

I visit to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. glorious Fourth passed off the same. field M. E. church, of Jacksonville, Seals, Maggie Maxwell and Beryl Mul- herd. Don't let them starve for lack of anddon't .:
Hazen, parents of Mrs. McKinney. Mr. Raymond Ware, of Mayo, spent preached at the Lawtey. E. church lady; a finance committee composed of I pasturage,

Among those who were at Worthington the week visiting friends and relatives last Sunday, both morning and evening chairman, secretary and treasurer, i let them die from cholera through failure to vac

I Springs on the Fourth were the here. to quite large and interested con- :Mrs. W. B. Alexander and A. A. Dur- cinate in time. The cholera is very prevalent m

following from this place, Misses Be- Mrs. Frank Stewart and children, of gregations.Rev. den.The II Bradford
and the loss '
atrice Abernathy, Onie Graves and Canville, Ga., are spending a week T. S. Stark preached at Sax- community is unanimous in county now a delay may mean

I Mae McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. with relative sat Worthington. She ton last Sunday afternoon.Mrs. thanking the ladies from Starke for of your hogs. ;

Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Crews, was accompanied by her sister, Miss : U. G. Turner, of Jacksonville, the service rendered. I If are not convinced that vaccination with
Dr. Thomas, Riley Wasdin, 0. J. Aber- Linnie Taylor, who is one of the high spent several days last week here at The city election was held Tuesdayand you serum ;

nathy, J. I. Ogden and Perman Rob- school teachers of Canville. the home of her mother, Mrs. M. E. the following officers were elect- I I and virus is a sure preventive inquire of some one < .

erts. Quite a few Gainesville folks mo- Edwards. ed for the ensuing year: \ I who has had his hogs treated with Interstate VaccineCompany's ;

tored to Worthington last Sunday af- XIr. H. D. Randall was transacting Mayor, Dr. W. E. Middleton. t I ;
ternoon, among them being Sheriff L. business in Jacksonville several days Marshal, Bolen J. Johns. serum and virus. More than 2590) hogs

t K NEW RIVER. W. FennelLMr. last week. Clerk, A. A. Futch. have been treated in the past four months ;nd not a ,

Kirkland Lamb, Misses Louise Mr. Arthur Pearce, who has been in Treasurer, J. V. Jones. II complaint has come from of the one hundred or
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parker was Leverett and Anna Riggers motored to Key West for the past three months Councilmen, A. A. Durden and W. I' any
shopping in Lake Butler Saturday af Gainesville Friday. I with the Armour Refrigerator Car H. Griffin.A i more farmers who have used the Interstate_ serumi -

ternoon.Mr. Mr. Tom Shaw, of Marianna, visited Company, visited his parents here regular communication of Hampton i and virus.INTERStXIt.

and Mrs. B. J. Sapp spent last his sister, Mrs. G. W. Yarborough. last Sunday, leaving in the afternoonfor lodge No. 129, F. & A. M., will be I .!.

t Sunday in Brooker. Among those of the Brookerites who Gainesville, where he will be em- held this evening, beginning promptly -

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Renfroe and visited the Springs Sunday were Mr.J. ployed by the same company. at 7:30; work in the M. M. degreeto COMPANY,1

children, of Tarpon Springs, are J. Morgan and wife, Mr. L. Morgan, Mrs. Christmas and daughter, who' be exemplified. VACCINE

spending a few days with relatives and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, have been at Hotel Jackson for the

friends here. Inez, Rand Crews, Guy Pinholster, past year, left Sunday for Micanopy.Mr. Season for Rejoicing. Kansas City, Mo.

Master Eugene Turner, of Starke,, Scott Andrews, Fred Hazen, Clyde Sam Mathis spent Sunday visit- Righteousness tried by adversity has ,

came last Sunday morning to spend a i I Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and ing near Highland.Mr. food grounds for glorying In Its sorrow See T. H. Halligaa at Bank of SUrke ff

a ft few days 'with his grand parents, Mr., son, Ressie. and Mrs. Ury Gunter returnedfrom-Ovid. :
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