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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 20, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1917. .i NUMBER 3.i .


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H 10 129 MEN IN ACCIDENT-AT NEW RIVER AND\ GAINS .SWAPPIN, WEAPONS, I BOLL WEEVIL DO

\ Motor Car Thrown Off Track and Two Unusual Case Tried Before County


,:; MISSTATE WILL Injured.- IN WESTERN FRONT FIERCE FIGHTS Judge Tuesday-Morning. SMALLDAMAGETHISSEASON

Last Friday a party of people from J. C. Clark, a general repairer, who
: Lake Butler went on a fishing trip to lives west of and opposite the depot,

i;I BE FIRST DRAFT Sampson lake, using as a conveyancea Both Sides Virtually Holding t + + + + + + . had been arrested on the charge of
railway motor car on the Georgia t + selling a pistol to a minor, Tom Lind- ;
Southern and Florida railway. When Are and was given before
Own, Though Germans + SEND YOUR OLD LITERA- + sey a hearing (
they returned home arriving County Geo. A. -
on oppo- Judge Gardiner Tues-
; VOLUNTEERS AND NATION site the site of the old depot at New Forced to Slowly Give Way ++ TURE TO THE-SOLDIERS. ++ day. He pleaded not guilty to the COTTON WAS PLANTED EAR

'i: River station, a cow suddenly went on- charge and the following gentlemenwere .
GUARD REDUCES TOTAL + WASHINGTON, July 20.-All +
i AL to the track, and before the car could AMERICAN TROOPS IN CAMP + magazines and bear- + summoned as a jury to judge in LY AND IS NOW MATURING .
.' be stopped, it struck the animal, with newspapers the case: Messrs. E. E. Canova, J. I -

f. NET QUOTA TO BE RAISED'WILL the result that it was thrown off the BEHIND FRENCH FRONTS ++ be one posted cent ;stamps unwrapped hereafter and unad-may ++ I M. Alvarez, J. L. Peek, J. W. An- HEAVY CROP WAS PLANTED

track with its occupants. drews, Jr., Robert Cone, W. H. Philips.
NUMBER 6,325 MENr-ENLIST- + dressed +
other than AND
by REPORTS
: persons SHOW
f Several of the latter were more or Attorney D. E. Knight had been retained YIELD
UNCLE SAWS BOYS RAPIDLY + publishers, and will be forwardedby +
1 MENTS HAVE INCREASED. less hurt, but two sustained severe in + by Mr. Clark for his defense. WILL BE LARGt

i juries. P. M. Padgett, the naval stores. MAKING THEMSELVES AT + soldiers postal and authorities sailors in to American .1 During the trial it was proven that J

i : man, had his left arm broken in two HOME-NATIVES GIVE ROYAL Europe. Clark did not sell a pistol-to Lindsev, certain
+
WASHINGTON, July 20.Florida'st Postmaster General Burleson +
1' places, and Arch Proctor was stunned but traded a pistol for one already in It now seems that l the cot-
; of 6,325 to be furnished by WELCOME SOLDIERS RAPIDLY + that +
-
quota men : until he was unconscious. The party, suggests magazines print Lindsey's possession. Judge Gardiner ton boll weevil will not -ta a great r
I! draft for the conscription hast + the in the +
following
army GETTING IN SHAPE. upper right amount of damage in Bradford
after righting the car, made the best said that a statute forbade trading as coun-
1 t been determined by deducting from + hand of their front + '
corner covers: ty this Moat
of ,the
speed possible to Lake Butler, where well as selling deadly when year. farmers i'
r the number this state is due as + "Notice to the reader When + weapons
:
gross planted their cottot'
i the injured ones received surgeon's one of the parties was minor. But earl), and there is
'r '.: its part of the draft for 687,000 men. LONDON(JJuly 19.-There has beenno + you have finished reading this + a already on the stalks l
a of
treatment. Mr. Proctor, who, it was now comes Mr. Knight and in most levy) crop
f 1 This gross total Florida has been called internal relaxation in the intensity of the + magazine place a one cent stamp + a matured bolls. This is {
thought, had sustained injur- convincing which {reasonably
argument
could not
t' to furnish is 10,129, and from the French and the + on this notice hand to + 1
between
upon fighting same any safe, even if the weevil
here
; ies, was found to have escaped serious have been more weighty if it had |w>3 in
r t' this must be deducted the following hurts this Germans on various sectors of the + postal employe and it will be + con- large nuMDers.
but is still at
writing, con- cerned a 42-centimeter disappearinggun
lit credits: fined to his room. southern line in France from the reg- + placed in the hands of our soldiers + instead of broken-back That there is some weevil in the
i. Number of members of the National ion of Soissons eastward through the + abroad. No wrapping. No + a peashooter certain
county seems bat the Telegraph
showed the what heinous -
t jury
;i'i Guard in Florida on April 1, 1,173. GAINEY HAS Champagne and into the district to + address." + a believes there is not l
OPEN COTTON. injustice it would be his nearly so
to punish
;| Number of men enlisted for Na- the northeast of Verdun, centerirg + The publications will be carried + client for what he had done. A I many of the pests as some people
>i tional Guard service between April 2is about the famous hill 304. + under parcel post classification at + number think. There has been visitation this
J. C. Gainey is not far behind with i of men passing by heard the frequent a
:j and June 30, 1,659. + one cent each, regardless of .
Victories are recorded for both sides I mention of "pistol," and think year from the pea and bal weevil,
$$1 Number of men enlisted from Flor- open cotton this season. He broughtthe -for the Germans along the Laon- + weight A concentration station + ing it concerned U. S. arsenal which rather closely resembles the boll
Ida in the regular from April 2 Telegraph a fine open boll Tuesday + has been designated in each state a went
l\i\ army Soissons road in the penetration and in to listen, until the corridor outside weevil, and a good many ieople have
.' to June 30,954.Credit afternoon and brought along the stem + for assembling of the reading +
L destruction of French trenches, and the judge's office was pretty well fill- mistaken the pea weevil ?.jr the boll
several
containing leaves to
by adjustment 18. green + matter. +
,
in Champagne north of Mont Teton, weevil. I
ed with
; show that the of the boll had perspiring humanity. i
opening .
Net quota to be raised, deducting .
where the forces of the crown prince After the Early in the we\>k Mr. -Sapp, who
'.i{ number of volunteers and adjustment not been hastened by disease of the had been repulsed with + + + + + + + + + + hearing case as stated by lives on A. J. Griffis' plrce
stalk. Mr. Gainey has four acres previously Mr. Knight, the jury marched out, but east of
sI* credit from gross total, 6,325. planted to cotton and that in all heavy casualties, and for the Frenchin it looked like they hardly had time to town, sent to the Bank of Starke sev-
i These show that between says
figures
the Verdun sector, where Gen. Petam's -. ELEVEN STATES HAVE NOT YET make "right about face" before they eral specimens of a specie of weevil
of his experience at farming he has
April 2 and June 30, National Guard
never better cotton. forces took enemy lines on a. COMPLETED EXEMPTION: PLANS returned, with the verdict of "not guil- that are very numerous otj his place.
enlistments in Florida increased 141 grown
front of than mile and half These were pronounced bolj weevil
more a a ty. Clark was discharged from bya
Good reports of the condition of the cus-
',. per cent. and about two-thirds of a mile in tody. number of personsu\ have in
cotton from all of the WASHINGTON 20.-The
crop come parts July
depth. times been familiar\
past with the
county, and these open bolls show thatit drawing of the men for the new Na- cot-
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + will not be long until Bradford coun- The success of the Germans northof tional army is now being held up on + + . + . + + ton destroying inset, but <,n' Wednes-
; + + Mont Teton was obtained through + day they were examined by an expert
I ty's million and a half dollar cotton returns from several scattered sections +
+ LIVESTOCK BEING POISONED + crop will be moving to market.If persistent counter attacks on posi- of eleven states. Officials here + STARKE BOY IN FRANCE. + from the Florida Experiment: : Station

+ BY THE HUNDREDS. + present crop conditions and pri- tions they had lost last Saturday, in are anxious that the registrants inform I + + and he pronounced them pei pod wee- y
'. + which their losses had been vils, at the same time exhibiting a
ces hold good for the season the cot- extremely themselves thoroughly regarding + Among the soldiers who sailed +
f + KLAMATH FALLS, Ore., July While the German office specimen of boll weevil, wlju-h was of
ton crop of the county will be worthat heavy. war exemption regulations.The + with the first expedition of Unit- +
1 + 19.-Evidence of wholesale poisoning + asserts that all the old German posi- + ed somewhat lighter color aid slightly
least a million and a half dollars. drawing date will be set as soon States regulars was Neal +
I: + of live stock and attempts This is by far the largest amount of tions were recaptured, the Paris offi- as the delinquent sections report, prob- + Langford, a son of the late Sher- + different formation. Mr. Sapp was ,
+ to burn farm buildings in this + money ever brought into the county in cial communication declares that the ably tomorrow. + iff John N. Langford, of this + seen later and from him itwas| learn-

",, + district has been uncovered by + one season. Business men should be- troops of the crown prince only regained Provost Marshal General Crowderhas + county. Young Langford spent + ed that the specimens sent to the Bankof

r. + federal agents who are conducting + gin now to prepare for the biggest fall a footing at certain points in wired the governors of all the + most of his school days in Starke + Starke were found in hisfcpea patch. 1,
4 + an investigation into a fire + and winter business have the French elements. + and has friends The farmer who finds a small worm
. we ever I states to ask the exemption boards to many here who +
+ which last Sunday destroyed a known. Not the least important of Artillery duels and small operations post the registration lists in "some + will feel an interest in the news + in fallen cotton foryis may "be sure he (,

iq + large flour mill and a quantity of + such preparations is to begin to let carried out by raiding parties continue safe and central quarters," such as the + of his departure for the Euro- + has boll weevil on his place, and he

f + grain. + I' people know what you have for sale to feature the situation on the line police station, rather than at the board + pean battle field. + should take up all of the ful/en forms
C + From the farm of J. F. Adams, + through systematic and thorough ad- where the British are facing the Ger- offices. It made clear that the local and burn them. This is the ofly means

1':, 'F' + /i report was made that twenty- + vertising. mans. Intensive air fighting is still I boards will handle no exemption cas- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + of preventing an increase o? the pest. !1
L + five horses and 200 cattle had + If the fallen forms are not ,tinctured
.. in progress. in this region, in the latest es except those of physical disabilityand
[ T and do not contain this small
died
*
recently of poisoning and worm
RED CROSS NOTES. I
of which six German machineswere dependent relatives.All .
h; + fifty .head of cattle and forty + drivendown by British airmen, the questions relative to'exemption the chances are that weather conditions Jl
k + sheep died in the same manner + machines ADKINSOFFEREDAUDITOR'S are the cause bf the co:ton shed-
whose ; all returned from the on account of industrial employ-
/1. I + on two other ranches. Adams, + In the absence of Dr. A. H. Free- ding the forms. I
forays. ment will be handled by the Superior
; + it is said, has been engaged for + man, Mrs. H. C. Richard, vice chair- I
Ii The Russians in east Galicia have boards, one of which is in each Fed-
1 + the last two years in supplying + man of the local branch of the Red been forced for strategic reasons to eral Judicial District. OFFICE RIOTS IN PETnOGI AD. .

5 i + horses and cattle for the entente + Cross, will serve as chairman. evacuate the town of Kalusz and take -

+ governments. Forty members of + Mrs. Richard asks that all Having up positions on the southern side of PETROGRAD, July 19.! -Two dem-
PASSENGER TRAINS CUT OFF
I. + the Industrial Workers of the + Red Cross caps in their keeping will the Lomnica river. The important onstrations against the govorament of

_,,: + world here have been arrested. + kindly return to her, that they may be crossing of the Lomnica was made secure TO MAKE .rAY FOR FREIGHTS Former State Senator From Russia at midnight'resulted ja! a num-

if! + + on hand for future needs. by the troops of Gen. Brussiloff ber being killed and wound -t A few
: . . . + + The following changes in commit-I after they made their retreat. pre- NEW YORK, July 20.Passengertrains Starke Will Make DecisionIn I shots started the panic. Members of
t:
H t t1Ii tees have necessarily been made, ow- vious to retiring the Germans had carried representing 16,267,028 miles of A Few Days. the mob turned rifles anc machine
ing to the resignation of Mrs. J. S. train service have been elimi- '
4 : SENT TO REFORM SCHOOL. out persistent attacks on Kalusz. a year guns on one another. The monstra--
.f Brown as chairman of Military Relief. but the Russians had repulsed all of nated by the railroads of the countryto tion had been organized by the major- i
a'f Mrs. Darby has been appointed chair- them. Serious fighting has taken facilitate maximum transportationof TALLAHASSEE, July. 18.-Gov. ity faction of the Spcialist-IJemocrats.
i Tom man and the name of Mrs. J. E. Wil- freight for successful prosecutionof Catts today tendered to A. Z. Adkins, While everything'appears be run-
a 1 Lindsey, a boy about 16 years place in this immediate region for the Jo P
., :i of age, was convicted of larceny in son added to the list; and Mrs. C. A. village of Novica, the Austro-Germans the war, Fairfax Harrison, chair- of Starke, the appointment of state auditor ning smoothly in military circles, gov-

M" 4", Judge Gardiner's court Tuesday and Knight has been appointed chairmanof capturing it, but later being driven out man of the railroads' war board, an- to succeed R. A. Gray, who hand- ernmental affairs show -.'J of be-

.: sentenced to 18 months in the state reform purchasing committee. Any other on the arrival of Russian reserve nounced. Cutting off this volume of ed in his resignation to the governor I ing ruffled again. Four mil;stern are I
school. changes will be announced as they occur Heavy artillery fighting continues passenger service, he asserted, would last week to take effect August 1, I reported to have resigned |from the

!II II.: Tom is a wayward boy and has along the northern front around Riga, make available for other purposes over -I when he (Gray) will go to Washington Russian cabinet because of (Differences

caused his people much trouble although Dvinsk and Smorgon, the extent of .I 1,120,000 tons of coal. to become secretary to Senator that have arisen over the ontrol of

: they have tried to make a man HEAD OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC the operations has not yet been reveal- II I Trammell.Mr. the Ukraine. ?

., of him. The offense that caused his COMMERCE BUREAU QUITS are at liberty. Adkins has built up a splendidlaw _at-

a! conviction was the stealing from his ed.In none of the other theatres has The presence of_ the soldiers here practice at Starke, which he would GOETHALS AND 'I>EX I.\, CONTINUE

f brother of twoohotguns and a pistol, there been a battle of any importance. has naturally introduced many nov- have to relinquish should he accept the TO SCR.4P, REGARDLESS
11 which he sold or traded off to C. H. Owing to Difference, Secretary Red elties, but probably none is more wel- offer and has not advised the governoryet
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come than the daily evening concert, whether he will take the position.Gov. .
!it Clark field Requested Resignation.
a gun repair man, living near That Country Need Ship -sl'resident
; the depot. American Soldiers in Camp. I which attracts people from far around Catts has asked him to advise at
i Will Can i One.
American Training Camp in France, -people chiefly who have never heard once whether he will accept the appointment Likely Fasten_,_ .)
WASHINGTON, July 20.-Dr. Ed- July 19.-The American trqops have lively American music and who have and he will let the gover- I '
NEW DIPPING VAT. ward E. Pratt, chief of the commerce been here for less than a weektheyare I been without music since the outbreakof nor know as soon as he gets back to WASHINGTON, July 17. The government's -

., department's bureau of foreign and not all here by any means-and the war. Starke in the next day or two. Be- ship building program was

I S. R. Johns was in town Tuesdayand domestic commerce resigned Tuesday they have already made themselves An attractive feature of the camp is sides the proposition of giving up his I again halted yesterday whe' General
night at the request of Secretary Red- at home much that lion cub. The cub law Mr. Adkins is in Goethals manager of the ShippingBoard's
gave a contract to Quigley Lum- thoroughly so so a was presented as practice, an ex-
ber & Supply Co. to build a dippingvat field. No reason was announced, but this section of France looks like a little a mascot by residents in Paris. It cellent position to be appointed Unit- his Fleet for Corporation, postponed the steel ,
it known wide difference have plan requisitioning
is ex-
bit of America.The harmlessa ed States
on his place near Theressa. Mr. was young and playful and District Attorney for the
merchant under construction and
isted between Mr. Redfield and his as- made extended short time it is Southern district of Florida. He has ships
Johns is a large cattle owner and wishes correspondent an ago, but growing astonishingly i
let contracts for the buildup of two
sistant the administration of the
over ;
to enhance the value of his herds visit to the encampments this morning and is a veritable terrorto the strongest endorsement for this I
ii i by ridding them of ticks. This vat, the export control clause of the espionage and found the men fit and in good the townspeople and now a source latter appointment and has the ener- government-owned steel ship yard J i for producing i

- sixth in the county, will be an appreciated act.As spirits and full of praise for the of doubtful amusement to the soldiers. getic support of Senator Trammell, ships. I
} convenience for other cattle chief of the bureau, Dr. Pratt friendly co-operation of the French' The men work a minimum of eight who generally gets what he goes af- \

: owners in the neighborhood. was in active charge of operation of people, who haye willingly and gladly hours daily; the officers from twelve to ter. The matter of this appointmentis the Tennessee institution he{returned
1 the government's control of exports, given up many of their own comforts : sixteen. In addition they take tre- now before the attorney general at to the county where he was raised and
which went into effect Sunday morn- to accommodate the army. The mendous hikes to get into condition. Washington and the announcementmay began the practice of law a* Starke,

; : AT THE PICTURE SHOW. ing. He has just organized and start- available homes, however, are not sufficient Here and there one falls by the way- be made from there at any time and by his own energy and straightforward -

ed working a division of export li- to accommodate all the Americans side by the exertion, but the majorityare that Senator Adkins has been recom- dealings hak built u* a clien-

The bill for Friday night will be "A i censes. who have arrived and so the entire standing the gaff in a way that mended.Mr. tele that a lawyer of much olf er practice -

Charming Villain" and "She Should : countryside is dotted with newly speaks volumes for the efficiency of Adkins was state senator for would be proud of. i
Have AUTO SLIPS OFF FERRY IN WATER barracks have the eight where he leader I 4
Told" in three reels. erected that sprung up system. years, was a
Don't forget next Friday night, July ; OCCUPANTS ESCAPED overnight and make even more picturesque Plans are rapidly developing for and a lawyer- of recognized ability I . f i. .

27th, we will have the arrival of Per- this beautiful neighborhood.Water regular and constant training in cooperation serving as chairman of judiciary A 1 .
, shing's troops in France. Prices 15 PENSACOLA, July 20-When a big is abundant here, but uncer- with the French troops en- committee in the session of 1913. He + PRESIDENT FORBIDS "g EU- +

and 25 cents. Two shows, first at 7 7-passenger automobile with three tain as to purity, so the troops are camped in this district, whose long ex- has been prominently mentioned as a TON INSURANCE COM I AN + 4
o'clock, second at 8. men in it slipped from the Perdido river adopting filtering methods by meansof perience has been placed at the disposal good man to send to congress from his + IES IN UNITED ST 1'ES. +

1 ferry here several days ago, all bags suspended from tripods, which of.the newcomers. There is con- district and because of his popularityand + t +
three members of the party narrowly astonish the local inhabitants almostas stant co-operation between the two clean character and record his + WASHINGTON, July r 16.- +

will A tip to advertisers-The Telegraph escaped death by drowning, and all escaped much &s the Americans' inexplicable I forces, which soon will be developed friends say he can be elected when he President Wilson SaturdayRssued +
shortly publish the laws for distribution without a scratch. When the thirst for water, which is unknownto so; that the Americans not only will offers for congressman. + a proclamation prohibitin* Ger- +

to every citizen of the county car slipped off the ferry and into the wine drinkers.A have guidance and instruction from Senator Adkins is a Florida product man insurance mpani's\doing +

water all three men were seated in it, task which the army had taken French experts but virtually there will born and raised on a farm in Bradford + business in marine or w,(- risk .

and the top was up. None of them upon itself is the clearing up of the be an experienced and trained men- county, where he lived until 23 yearsof insurance in the 'United ( tates. +

+ + . . + . could extricate themselves before the countryside: and at the present pace tor for each trooper. They will be will- age, when he went to Cumberland It also forbids An rican cJ.npan- +

+ car was on the bottom of the river in the whole district will soon look likea ing mentors, too, for the French are university at Lebanon, Tenn., grad- + ies re-insuring with them. Payment + ;
+ STEAMER SINKS U-BOAT. + nine feet of water. A big truck that well-ordered garden. Such prisonersas so enthusiastic about the Americansthat I uating from the law school of that in- + on existing contracts s sus- + '

+ went to the scene also slipped from are under arrest for minor infrac- they even march about with the stitution. In this connection it is interesting + pended during the war, trt'pt' in + ,.

+ TORONTO, Can., July 16.- + the ferry. When it was cranked it reversed tions of the regulations are employedeach American flag attached to their bayo- to know that both Gov. Catts + the cases of vessels at sea + .
+ The Canadian foreign steamship + its engine and slid off back- morning in making headquarters and Senator Park Trammell are grad- The president's] proclamation +

+ Meaford sank a submarine by + wards into the river. spotless and are bringing such a degree nets.As a tribute to the marching abilityof uates of the same school and both of + contains the first: official f nowl- +

i + Run fire in the Mediterranean on + of orderliness into the place that the troops it might be mentionedthat them have had no harder fighter and edgement that valuable in?rma- + _

+ June 12, according to official in- + Mrs. Alvin Jackson is in a hospital the original residents are amazed. the soldiers have lost so many stauncher supporter than Senator Ad- + tion may be reaching Gtf many + "iJ, ::

+formation from the Marine Department +, in Jacksonville, where she has undergone Likewise they find it difficult to under- hobnails on the roads that about half kins, so another governor and United through German nsurar.ci com- + .I J

+ in London. +I a serious operation. Mrs. Jack- stand why the soldiers take so many of the motor cars in camp have picked States Senator successively may come + panies i + t..t'4

., son is expected to return next week to baths, for the men make for the near- them up and have suffered therebyin l lout of Cumberland; who knows. I + 'f

. . .,... + +I her home in the Rising section. est stream and dive in as soon as they punctures._. After completing his.. law course at + + + +,+ + + +.. + + + 'l
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: I PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE- FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1917. !j ji. .

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H. P. DAVISON STATES FACTS WESTINGHOUSE PEOPLE ARE EXPORT FIGURES SHOW BURDEN that be wonderful at my age? iren,
ON WAR FUND. WORKING ON WAR INVENTION OF FEEDING WORLD EX-MAYOR OFBIRMINGHAM certain it is that Tanlac is a wc" :Jer t

ful medicine, and you know that.! am '

WASHINGTON-, July 18.-Henry P Of Thomas A. Edison Must Be Vir- Wheat and Other Outgoing Commodities not given to puffing mere expenr*eats

t; Davison, chairman of the Red Cross ,! tually Imprisoned for 10 Months. Grow in Volume. EN- and ia medica.am rather orthodox as to nji 1 ter- 1"

War Council, authorizes the following -
"I shall continue the treatmenfith
I statement: PITTSBURGH, July 18.-The Wes- I WASHINGTON, July 18.-Amer-
perfect confidence in the ;
Morning newspapers of Friday pub- tinghouse interests here are seeking ica's burden of feeding the world is DORSES TANLAC : suits. ;
lished a report that the American Red 1,000 men who are willing to sign an emphasized by a food administration EV.ig
Cross is to use in Italy $10,000,000 out agreement to enter a new plant to be report that during April wheat exports I (Signed) "Frank V. ,a

of the $100,000,000 and more recently built for the manufacture of war mu- increased from 11,392,188 bushel ; Commenting on this splemki in-

' d, RED CROSS PLEDGE subscribed. The report is without any nitions by a secret process, and remain as a monthly average for the pre- i I dorsement of Tanlac, G. F. Will:, the
foundation, and it is important that imprisoned for ten months, all ceding nine months, to 14,233,013 "You Will Hardly Know Me Southern distributor of Tanlacsaid-

R" t This is the oath which members oft the policy of the Red Cross in hand. communication with the outside world bushels. Even the smaller 9 months When We Meet Again For I' "Although the list of promin''|Tt in-

' the Red Cross Society take. It is repeated ling these funds be clearly underslocd. to be shut off. figure represents a 52 pet cent increase dorsers is a long one, I recall $ few

. ; in the workrooms of the society The Red Cross has appropriated 31- Men who have been approached were as compared with the three I Am Getting Well," He i leading names that lend dignifj and t

every day, and is a good one to remember 000,000 to provide immediate necessities told that the plant will manufacture a year pre-war period 191214.) I Writes to Atlanta Friend. credit to the entire a!rar. of
in France, to be spent under the of and the I them are:
j : powerful implement war Beef reports, which had shown a i Stile
"I pledge allegiance to my flag, and direction of the American Red Cross secret must be guarded until the gov- comparative gain of 330 per cent in "Hon. C. W. Manguin, of I'

It to the Republic for which it stands. Commission in France headed by Major : ernment sees fit to make the details the nine month average over the pre- One of the l latest additions to the I Sheriff of Fulton County; Ho'{ Me-

One nation, indivisible, with Liberty Grayson M. P. Murphy, a memberof public. Only those workmen and'offi- war period, increased from 22,295,972 list of leaders of thought and action Kenzie Hoss, Judge of the '/ighth
C: and Justice for all." the war council. The Red Cross has cials who will be engaged in the production pounds to 48,211,592 pounds. who have come forward with their I District of Kentucky: Hon. M-ies R 'I
also appropriated $200,000 to purchase of the will know which shown Gleen, Superintendent of
new weapon Sugar, had a 1500 per qualified endorsement of Tanlac is the Printing for f
+i 0 000 O v. 00 medical supplies and instruments, its character and the details of manu cent increase in the nine months per- name of Hon. Frank V. Evans, for- I the State of Kentucky; Col. ,(!,). B. f s
GO whereby the Red Cross Commissionto facture. iod decreased in April from the average I Gaines, Editor and Publisherrflowl-: ;
Ala.
1 0 RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. DQ Russia may take charge of more Recreation and entertainment of every of 108,486,176; pounds to 92,233- mer Mayor of Birmingham, ex- ing Green, Kentucky; )Ir. C. ( Cooper I
State Examiner of Public Accountsof
0 urgent needs upon arrival in that sort will be furnished the isolated 873 pounds.A I President Georgia Cotton &i l Co
Alabama, and one-time editor of f
CO.00 OG OOOC Jv .i country.The employes. Pay double that they now notable decrease was in fish ex of the South's I Mr. H. II. Hill Bank PresicAt of
one greatest
sum of $200,000 has been appropriated get is guaranteed, and bonuses will be ports. The average of 15,122,474 pers.-The Birmingham newspa.1 i South Pittsburg Tenn.; Mr. J. % Car. t
to purchase materials to paid for high production: Only picked pounds exported in the nine months roll, Cotton Mill SujMrinten<\;nt of i
supply most urgent needs in Roumania. men whose Americanism is unques- period dropped to 7,544,877 pounds in Writing to a personal friend in Atlanta : Chattahoochee, Ga.; Hon. S. S Shepherd .

The sum of $100,000 has been appropriated tioned and whose skill in their respec- April. Mr. Evans says: ex-City councilman of Atlanta! ;
for use in Armenia and $6- tive vocations is of the highest will be "Birmingham, Ala. and many others whose name>d' have

500 has been appropriated to purchase employed. RATS PUT SUFFRAGETTS TO "* By the way you will heretofore been given to the Kiblic.*

drugs to be sent to the Russian Red Officials of the Westinghouse inter- ROUT IN THEIR PRISON CELLSA hardly know me when we meet again I I Tanlac is sold by leading di4zgists

Cross. ests today refuse to talk. An artisanof because I am getting well and strong I'of leading cities in the South; rfc D. C. >

HAS ARRIVED. Aside from the foregoing, no appropriations high standing who was approachedby again. As I told you while in Atlanta I I Cason in Starke; in Lake Busier by
1 MATERIAL Little Moue is Mightier Than A
; have been made by the the Westinghouse agents, said he last month, I have been suffering a I Tomlinson-Maines Drug Company; in
War Council for work in foreign fields had received an Intimation that the I Squad of Police. long time with gastritis, as the doctors I,I Hampton by the Hampton Pin jnacy;
Material for a hospital box has arrived The need in all our allied countries is I new plant would turn out in large call it-really a disordered stomach in Lawtey by the Cash Drug P.Ic're; in

;. and the local military relief beyond computation and use can be quantities, one of the late inventionsof I WASHINGTON, July 18.-The mil- with consequent constipation, I Raiford by the Weaver Drug; Com ;

committee of the Red Cross expect to found for all funds which can possiblybe Thomas A. Edison. itant suffragetts, lately stationed in pains in the shoulders, headache, pany; in Worthington by R. TlTaylor 1

.. start to work in a very short time. obtained, either now or in the fu William Maxwell, general manager front of the White House will have to belching heartburn, loss of appetite, : and in Sampson City by C. A Smith ;
Those who will help to make sheets, ture. That very fact imposes upon the of Thomas A. Edison, Inc., said at the abandon their war cry, "We are not los. of sleep and fainting spells. For -Advertisement. |

pillow cases, etc., kindly notify Mrs. Red Cross an extraordinary obliga- convention of Edison phonograph deal- afraid of anything." With unconcern weeks I could not sleep on my back. .-*
!< J. S. Brown, chairman military relief tion, which it fully recognizes, to use ers at the Waldorf-Astoria: they faced angry crowds from day to recommendation !
"Ons week -
GREEN'S AUGUST: : .
upon
'" committee. the funds committed to it only after "Thefe ;s a man, an old man, over day, and even policemen had no ter- of friends ago who had tried the med FLOWER. '
'
1!: Five dozen comfort bags are almost assuring itself not only that any pro- in Jersey who is working hard for Uncle rors. They did not weaken before aus- bottle of Tan- Has been used for ill ailmejls! that
,4 completed and will soon be shipped to posed expenditure will do good, but Sam. At this moment he is the tere police judges nor shrink from icine, I purchased one it. Since are caused by a disordered |tonach f

;::1 the soldiers in training. that it will accomplish the greatest most important man in the country, prison beds and diet. lac second and dose began I have taking suffered none my of and inactive liver, such as sif; }.
'.4.JJo good relative to other needs which are next to President Wilson. I believehe But rats caused the undoing of their ache, constipation, sou stonut&h,
,
these troubles to which I refer, and .ead'I'I
;
:t PATRIOTISM BEGINS AT HOME. crying to be supplied.The may soon become the most important slogan in the house of detention of the believe I to vous indigestion, fermenta' on of
going get
really am per-
.11J Red Cross has now at work in figure in the nation. That is all I District of Columbia. Shortly after Won't palpitation of the heart t causedjy
well and again.
:. France a commission of experts, andit can say now." lights had been put out Miss Lucy fectly strong es in the stomach. August F6',wer is i ia
Almost simultaneously with the call has more recently sent to Russia a Burns, of New York, uttered a wild -- --- gentle laxative, regulates i ..estioa
i:; to serve came the command to con- similar commission. The expenses of I shriek and demanded light. Mrs. both in stomach and intestuif_.,cleans I
I HUGE: MONUMENT TO MARK
serve-a command that every woman, ,. anG sweetens the stomach ldimen. :
these commissions are borne privately GRAVES OF SUB. VICTIMS Lawrence Lewis, of Philadelphia, was r pla ar. '
') no matter what her station or her limitations and are not a charge on Red Cross I next with an outcry and presently the tary canal, stimulates the IkqY tt se- :

i can obey. The problem of they funds. It is the purpose of the Red I house of detention was a bedlam. I ciete the bile and impurities ff.j-n ihebkod. ;
nation's food supply is a vital one, and The : 25 and 75 cent botrw o old
Cross to send similar commissions to QUEENSTOWN, July 18- new- "There were dozens of them, some d i
the woman who helps to solve it is Italy and Roumania and also to appoint est memorial to be placed on the graveof of them as big as puppies," declared / C. P Cason. f
: serving her country welL Women a commissioner to Great Britain. the Lusitania victims is an artificial Mrs. Helen Hill Weed, laughter of t I
'. know the cost of bringing lives into No appropriations for use in any coun- bouquet of flowers enclosed in a glass Representative Ebenezer Hill, of Con- ; Itu" "i i+;.

the world, and they know the effect of try will be made until after investigation case which also; contains a woman's necticut, between shivers. Most of the 1 i : f

.: J. the shortage of the food supply on the and all except emergency appro- photograph and small marble cross women sat up all night, refusing to goo ;
health of their children, therefore, priations will be made by the War with the inscription: "In memory of sleep and Pegging that the lights be J. R. Davis !
however much they may be interestedin Council for specific purposes and in my dear wife Margaret Butler, drowned kept turned on. 'I [
territoriality or sovereignty, to the specified amounts.It on the Lusitania. Vengeance is I lUinMjSREDWJi I I

women the economic aspects of the is also the policy of the War mine, I will repay, saith the Lord." URGES ABANDONING GERMANY. I t trrr I II It & Company : :
wor looms large. The home, and all Council to withhold any very large expenditures This and three rough mounds of I I II
that goes withit, calls for the first made all that mark the '
abroad until it is cer- earth are virtually 1 I f
and best attention of oar women, anJ ZURICH, July 18.-The Austrian fff
''
tain' that every necessary provisionhas resting place of more than a thousand I .Tfy )+1 n NI INSURANCE
I reichrat was thrown into an !
patriotism may. be expressed b/ the been made to take care of our own I persons who perished May 7, 1915, uproar jj
.: tse of the diet that is test adapted to soldiers and sailors.Appropriations when a German submarine stunned the Saturday when the former Czech min- I CHILL KSSFZYZB : I I .1"
Americans. ister, Herr Praschek, declared the hate
produce healthy
as authorized will, world by sending to the bottom of the a

.i denounce It has become American quite commonplace being to as feasible, be made public immediately ocean the first trans-Atlantic passenger of against the entire Austria-but world was against not directed Ger- 0t I II | Starke :-i: Florida .f
,
women, as
will sunk t .
and frequent statements summarize steamship to be by a torpedo. I
the most wasteful housewives in the the expenditures of the past There is a movement on foot to erecta many, and that Austria should detach l !+!.. ;. .; 1 :
world, and even the government officials herself from her ally, says a Vienna FOR CHILLS AND FEVER.
and set forth the condition of Red I I great monument over the graves, DUMB AGUE. ILIOU>FEVER I .
have fallen into the habit of excoriating lispatch.: i INTERMITTENT FEVER AND .
fruit until
Cross to bear
finances but it is not likely
::
"How to obtain ?" demanded ALL MALARIAL .DISEASE I"
1 American mothers. Recently are we peace "
the end of the war. AND LA GftlPPt. { i
the secretary of agriculture an- Herr Praschek:: "rf we clingto I COFFINS CASKETS
) I I The Cunard Line officials are reported DIRECTIONSTWO
FLAG ETIQUETTE. the German side? Must And full line ofUndertakers'
nounced that the waste in the kitch-I and we con- I TEASPOONFULS IN a
in
to have the movement hand {
ens of the United States reaches annually .- tinue to sacrifice our interests:: to the I WATEREVERYTNRCEHOURSUNTIL i s
will co-operate with the British gov- IT ACTS WELL. THEN ij i Supplies[ r
the value of $700,000,000. Someof The proper time for raising or put- expansion of Germany? Must we continue THREE TIMES. A. DAY I'
ernment. CHILCHIN PROPOATIONTOAOE I II
these days the American housewifemay ting out a flag is sunrise or after, nev- the American to submit to the German militarism -: I j Automobile hearse.Always .
Officers and men from I PRICE 23 CENTSJACKSONVILLE.
talk right back to her critics and er before. that has drawn us into this war?" ,, I l1rAW,4Ct I on hand. The lest service ': f
also have
craft now in British waters I i
demand that the American man beginto The flag should always be loweredat the _,. I. t at the lowest prices. Specie! .U
made overland to .
eliminate the $824,623,636 which sunset.A long pilgrimages Optimistic ThoughtThe I --1.: :._. ......fi'r-r'J..!.:.._:_...;, t. attention orders.
telegraph ;-1
graves and have given ]hearty supportto .
.
..
a they say is wasted annually on the flag should never be allowed to the movement.The surest way: not to fai.. is to determine ( I '.
preprandial cocktail-not to mentionthe trail or lie on the ground and should is seldom visited by to succeed.To I f LA. if Registered Embalmer ,!t
cemetery ..
.
.
II".j.
,
625,000,000 bushels of perfectly always be taken In during stormy !' .,
-
any of the townspeople who shun it :' jf.-lUblL. i ;?J
Cure Cold In One
that into the a Day I
good grain goes making weather. DeWITT C: JONES
because back heart-breaking
it brings
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the it at and ,
of liquor each When the flag is raised at ceremonies Buy druggists
I year.It memories. out-h: and Headache and works off the Cold. Starke Fla. :,
has been repeatedly and widely everyone: present should stand, irueeists refund money if it fails to cure. general stores or prgrpo'd; ,
.. demonstrated that the most effective face the flag and salute with the right E. W. GROVE'S; signature on each box. 25c. m muf:ctureri. I
FISHERMEN KILLED BY Qf
; work can be done by co-operation and hand raised to the forehead. NINE .
'
---- ---- '
! organization. It is plainly the duty When the flag passes in parade, the EXPLOSION OF BARREL MINE ?,;.r...
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I.' of every woman to unite with the Red I spectators should stand, men and boys ..:. .
Cross, or at least one of the societies with hats removed. GALWAY, Ireland, July 18.-Nine '-,

j that are doing war and relief work, When any other flag is displayedwith Galway fishermen were blown to pieces N. T. RITCH, Prei. W. T. Weeks Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH, Cashier
not only as an expression of her loyalty our National colors? Old Glory a few days ago while examining a I.

and interest, but because in this must always be on the right or above. German "barrel mine" which they had I .

way she can increase her efficiency in As a sign of mourning the flag found at sea and towed ashore.
r the special work 'he wishes to under- should first be hoisted to the top of Irish fishermen have made lately a

take.True the mast for a moment, then lowered great many lucky hauls of barrels containing Bradford County Bank .1.1.l

patriotism of the American half way and left at half mast. At petrol, tallow, oils and similar

i woman begins at home and it is there sunset the flag should first be hoisted treasures, suposedly from torpedoed .
I. that the foundation her service for i to the top of the mast before lower ships. This time they saw a promising -

r I her country must be laid. But no one ing to the ground. looking barrel afloat some distance Bradford County's' Financial Stronghold. ::1
doubts that she will'rise to meet any The flag should never be used for a from land, with a convenient handleon ,
t demand that may be on her, even cover or in any position where other each side, and they promptly towedit 't. i

j though it be to condition
Condensed of the of Bradford Bank
under the surface of the earth as the Flags should always be treated with examination.Four statement County ,s

j women of Berlin are doing. While doing reverence and carefully put away men were_ in the boat, and six at close of business June 20th 1917. .}

I. her duty as she sees it in the lightof when not in use. more were gathered around while the .- '.
today, she must hold hcr--.e'ir readyto In draping the flag against the side prize was on the beach. One man, Jo- I ;;<

r.iuiwer any call, not forgetting tntt of a room or building, the blue field seph O'Flaherty, had a suspicion of RESOURCES LIABILITIES 'i
over and above her domestic and pro- should always be towards the Northor danger and warned the others, but I

I fessknal duties, the state has a claim towards the East. they paid no attention to him, and he Loans and Discounts 155,747.45 Capital Stock paid in $25.000,OO'
upon her for direct help should it be When the "Star Spangled Banner," hid himself behind a rock. I ,'Ii-:
Bradford County School Warrants 16,199.40 Surplus fund 110.000.00(
needed. recognized as our National anthem, is One of the fishermen removed a }.
No one could ask for more, for wr.j played or sung, all should rise and couple of screws from the head of the Town of Starke Bonds 2,000,00 Undivided profits, less expenses paid 7,96585; J

II' can weigh the active sacrifte; of the stand until the song is finished. It is barrel and then began to pull out apiece Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 Cashier's checks outstanding 1,158.92 1
man v-ho goes to war against the passive proper to face the musicians or those of cord. The explosion which
All other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 Deposits 247,134:23:
I one of the woman who sends singing during this ceremony. followed was heard miles away, and i
I him? And who can compare the supreme When red, white and blue buntingis shook houses four miles distant. Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 572.08 -.'t'

! exaltation and agony of deathin used for decorating, the red shouldbe After a time O'Flaherty, who had Cash on hand and in Banks 89,764.73 1'i

tho trenches with tha years of sorrow at the top. been> wounded in the head with a pieceof __ -._- I _
t I and loneliness ')f the woman back It is against he law to put any print stone, stood up, but not a trace of TOTAL $291,259.00 TOTAL $291,259QO I !1
I I home? ing or advertising of any kind on the the mine or the men was to be seen. 1
r For the women of America, patriotism United States flag. There was only a great hole in the

I t may end begins in at the home trenl'h,3.daJJtt"1 oven though :t the beach.fishermen's Searchers boat found nearly a portion a mile of Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transaction '.1

I' I from July number of Piotoi hi Review. GERMAN CHANCELLOR SIGNED. HAS RE away. A small boy, whose attentionwas o f business is offered by us. Absolute safety, perfect convenience '; t

I attracted to the group of men on .
i RED CROSS HOMES FOR CONVALESCENT the shore, was running toward them prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank. j i i t. .

SOLDIERS PLANNED LONDON, July 16.-Dr. Von Beth- just as the mine exploded. One of his .
I mann-Hollweg, the German Imperial arms was afterwards found near his Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of cjur Ii

Chancellor, has resigned. Dr. George I. home, but there was no other trace
all
best attention at times.
WASHINGTON, July 18.-As part Michael, who is the Prussian undersecretary of him. : t.I
>, I of its program for looking after the of Finance, and also Food I I t.

t t. men in the army training camps, the Commissioner, has been appointed as U-BOAT IS SUNK BY AMERICAN #
t Red Cross War Council has voted to Hollweg's successor. SCHOONER IN MEDITERRANEANOnly I
build.houses for convalescent soldiersin Indications point out that the resig- Bradford Ban
It in the camps at Fort Oglethorpe and nation of the German Chancellor is but Brief Message of Encounter Was County : j

Fort McPherson, near Atlanta, Ga. At the beginning of far-reaching develop- Sent by Captain.AN .

f. Fort Oglethorpe the Red Cross is also ments which are bound to affect the ATLANTIC PORT, July 18.A

t taking over a stone quarry which is fabric of the German empire, and be- submarine was sunk by an American Bradford Financial
x to be converted into a bathing pool sides have momentous consequenceson schooner which sailed from this port County's Stronghold. j U ;

f large enough to accommodate 600. the progress of the European for an European port, according to

, struggle. The resignation came rather advices received here by the owners of Starke Florida.
.
Could Depend on Her, Anyway."Is unexpectedly.Tell the vessel from its captain. The naval ,

f. she reliable!" "Absolutely. Yon gun crew aboard the schooner was

can always depend upon her being Just it to the Telegraph and you tell composed of six gunners and a pettyofficer

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FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1917 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. I'AGETHREE*
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-------- POTATO CROP IS THREATENING EX-GOVERNOR GILCHRIST ON pected before lynching is told the
--- -- _ _ hearing to suspended officer with-
rE- m TO SUBMERGE SHIPS GOVERNOR CATTS. of the specific nature of the chirge, in thirty days of the date
fi-;:' News of florida in Short Paragraphs. I the time, place and circumstances. In sion. If the governor has ,sufficient

Hon. Albert civilized countries no one is punishedfor data to suspend an officer iifljnediately
-- Huge Crop of Murphies Threatens to W. Gilchrist, ex-gov
Swamp Transportation Facilities. I ernor of Florida, has written an "open the general charge of murder, larceny after the adjournment of.the senate
t LiveState \ letter" to several newspapers of the and officers have been punished and has it before iU a.ljlutment, he

[ NewsjTold state, the Ocala Banner among the under the general charge of 'malfeasance -. should be required to make the sus-
WASHINGTON, July 18-Potatoes, misfeasance.'
pension before such adjourrinent. If
number, on the removal power of the
potatoes, everywhere and not a shipto "Before the convening of next the senate does
, governor. a sen- not concur i iJ the sus- I
by Our Exchange. I move them. The ex-governor quotes the statutein ate, a governor might scour the coun- pension say two years late I, look at

. ----- This paraphrase of a well known full, which places this power in the try for new specifications. The first the cost to the tax payers Ip'or these

", old poem seems exactly to describe the hands of the governor. It is shown duty of the next legislature should be two years of salary or othe compen- *

OKEECHOBEE. Twenty seven' CLEARWATER. opening of potato situation in the United States. that the statute places around this to enact a law, whereby an officer, be- sation."Ocala Banner. J 1.1I
',: the handsome and bath houses With prudent foresight government fore being punished with
: cattle cars filled with 1,000 beeves left pavilion power certain restrictions and limitations suspension I
for Nashville Tenn. at Clearwater Beach marks an officials used every agency within their would be placed on at least equal
; here Monday one of which is that it must be Worth-While QuotatifJX -
been sold by the Pierce Brothers epoch in the history of Clearwater.The power to induce the people to raise potatoes done for terms with the worst criminal in the
having cause. To be good Is noble, bui to teach!
the havedone ,
this and people
c. of this place to B. F. Lester, of wonderful bridge, two and a half year, be The ex-governor also cites a decis- state. In suspending an officer the I'others how to be good Is nvoler-and
and it turns out to great
; Nashville. Mr. Lester spent the past miles long, extending from Clearwater so, a ion of the supreme court which cays governor should be required to put the less trouble.-Mark Twain. }
;: week here, having come to attend to Key was completed more than a potato year. that this power must not be exercisedby officer on notice as to the particular
month and has since that time The result is potatoes galorepilesof nature, time, place and circumstancesof
the shipping of the stock. ago, the executive from mere caprice or '
time GIRLS! WHITEN SIN
them. There never was a
been The of his misconduct. The to
open to traffic. opening governor
to
satisfy prejudice but must be fora
a ,
f. the bridge and pavilion was attendedby when the useful tuber was so much in legitimate reason. be required to give the suspended officer WITH LEMON I JUICE
f' PALM BEACH-Incorporating with evidence, and everything would have
of a hearing before removal, provided
a large gathering people. The
of removal
grounds must be -
stock of $500,000 the South
capital there would not
. a worked all right and the
public interest would not suf-
Okeechobee Farms Company is get- have been a Murphy too many if it stated, and if it is not sufficient the fer 'grievous detriment' thereby. The : Make a Beauty Lotio$ For A
t ting into the game of buying and selling MILTON. During the heavy rain were not for the impossibility of Securing injured official can go before the sen-
governor should be required to give a Few Cents to Remove Tan
Everglades land. Not only will storm of Monday afternoon accom- shipping facilities.In ate and have himself restored and his I

I the company buy and sell but it will panying which was a severe electrical the gigantjc task of feeding the salary refunded to him. Freckles, Sallownss.
! develop a 20,000 acre tract lying along disturbance, lightning set fire to the world-or the allies portion of it-in A removal By Governor Fleming i is . v

, the southeast shore of Lake Okeechobee. home of Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart addition to the mouths at home the cited, where the governor not only Your grocer has the lemoi* and

.''. and destroyed practically all their United States would have had need for named the offense for which the offi- '8' STARKE drug store or toilet rounterlwill any
cial was suspended, but stated the day c8 FRATERNAL DIRECTORY sup-
' household possessions. The Stewartswere raised this But if
potato &
? every year. and the ply you with three ounces : orchard
hour the committed
ARCADIA.-Monday afternoon was living in the John Diamond prop- ships cannot be secured to move the offense was white for a few cents. the
t but yet our understanding is that '8' F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. Siyeeze
a busy scene at the C. H. & N. yards erty near the city power house, the potato crop then there will be a con- he juice of two freh lemons ito \ bottle -
reinstated.
when the King Brothers loaded 1,200 I house being surrounded by a numberof gestion of potatoes at home and Mur- Then was ex-Governor '8' 35. Meets every second and then put in the orchard! ivhite and

bead of cattle on the cars to be ship. fine pecan trees. The lightning appears phys will be a drug on the market. ceeds follows Gilchrist pro- fourth Monday nights. 0 shake well. This-makes a qviirter pint

ped north over the C. H. & N. railway.The I to have struck these trees, five Benton county, Ind., is cited as an as : of the very best lemon skh whitenerand
"As
of them and to have of that to suspensions by the present I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10.
cattle were in fair shape and were i being injured, example a'potato crop so large complexion beautifie] known. 3
contracted for at about $28 per head. gone to the rear of the house. Mrs. the farmers do not know what to do governor.to time No hearings or statementas o Meets every Tuesday night. Massage this fragrant, crecJny lotion

This will make the deal involve about Stewart and her little daughter were with it. Benton is one of the premier the place or specific instancesof daily into the face, neck, Jirms and
in the front part of the house at the farming couties of the United States. constitutional grounds of removal ; M. W. of A., Starke Camp.
$33,000.; Quite a nice sum of money have hands and just see h'w f re ikies, tan,
time and slightly shocked, but The soil rich has been appeared in the various ) Meets every first and third Wednesday -
coming into our city during the "dull" were as as cream, removals sallowness, redness and Roughness
season. did not know that the building was on devoted to the raising of corn here- except in the case of the sus- i I nights. disappear and how smooth! soft and

fire for some little time. tofore. The Benton county farmer, pension of the sheriff of Clay county, '8' clear the skin becomes. YT's! It is
in which it was shown that he was absent <$> W. 0. W., All Friends Camp '8'
his rich would
surveying scornto
acres, hard Itss, and the beautif" results
t MIAMI. The of $600,000 will from the state for about month 8' No.
sum bother with the lowly potato in nor- a 138. Meets every second and '8' wi'J i
be required for operating expenses off MILTON.-One of the largest land mal times and heretofore the people of without notice and without: leave, and fourth Friday nights. '8' surprise you (98)

Dade county for the next 12 months, deals that has been made recently in the county have actually imported the was then still absent. 8' ,4 .
Drives Out Malaria,Builds lip SystemThe
according to the budget fixed by the this locality was closed Monday after- potatoes from Michigan.This "In the suspension of J. B. Thomas Union Chapel Camp, No. 536, 8' Old Standard
general ttreogt clng tonic
board of county commissioners at its noon when Mr. W. W. Powers sold year the Benton county far- state prison supervisor: Having been '8' meet every first and third Friday 8' GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONI, dmea out

i.. last adjourned session. To meet this four thousand and four hundred acres mers, being patriotic, heeded the call requested to resign, he called upon the nights at Union Chapel. J. A. Ellington '8' MaIariaearicheitheb1ood.ad butktt Bp the ys-
need a levy'approximating about 46 to Mr. B. Robinson, cashier of the from Washington to raise potatoes.The governor at Tallahassee. Mr. Thomas f Clerk, R. No. 1, Starke. 8' I.A true tonic. For AuItI nvl" dreza. SOc.

t, mills will be made. Taking $12,500000 ,- Bank of Baker. This land is located rich land responded in Sjch| super- states that the governor told him: '8' f,

as the total valuation of the county on the northern branch of the Old Jative fashion that Benton county to- 'Why, captain, there isn't a single (8' Visiting brothers are cordially '8' CLIP THIS OUT AND ?IN

the levy of 46 mills will realize a Spanish Trail, and is one of the finest day, to use the language of Repre- charge against you. It is simply a : invited to attend these meetings. '8' ON YOUR WIFE S D. ESSER
revenue of $575,000 in this city. tracts of agricultural land in this section sentative Will R. Wood of that con- case, captain, of a man belly-aching '8' '.:.

of the state. Mr. Robinson ex gressional district, is "full of pota for a job.' .

TARPON SPRINGS.-The sponge pects to convert twenty-five hundred toes." A Game of Politics I Cincinnati Man Tells How to

business is the one big industry in acres of it into a stock farm as soon What to do with all of the potatoesthat "Mr. Marcus Endel, inspector of the CALOMEL SALIVATES
Tarpon Springs and amount of paond as possible. He will place this muchof are being raised in the United chemical division of the agricultural Shrivel Up Corns or CallusesSo

here annually for sponges is far in excess it under fence, build silos, dwellingsand States this year, in the absence of ade- department of the state, was asked to AND MAKES YOU SICK They Lift Off With

of that of any other city in the install dipping vats, and stork the quate shipping facilities to move them resign 'in order to create. a more har- Fingers. *

Tarpon Springs and the money paid place with cattle, hogs, sheep and across the water, is a problem that is monious feeling among the different
more put Tarpon Springs on the map goats. This will be a big boost for looming up before the authorities at departments and employes of the Acts Like Dynamite on a Slug ..

than all its other industries combind. West Florida, and we believe a raying Washington as big as a Kansas cy state,' Mr. Endel states he called on gish Liver and You Losea Ouch ? ? Thij; kind of

Sales recently in one day amounted investment for the owner. clone. Representative Wood is co-op- the governor, at his office. Mr. Endel Day's Work. rough talk will be heard le s here in

to $29,600. '" erating and may introduce legislation Ion referred to the harmony between himself town if people troubled with torns will

I, the subject. I and the other inspector, Mr. Mc- follow the simple advice of(this Cin-

ST. AUGUSTINE.-After a brief TAMP Ten steel-hulled steamers "The farmers and potato growers of Kinnon. 'If any charges have been There's no reason why a person cannati authority, who claims that a

existence the United States Boy to of be from built 5,000 at to 7,500 That tons is each the the: United States do not have stor- reported against me, I would like for should take sickening, salivating calomel few drops of a drug calleijf freezone

Scouts disbanded and the Junior are Tampa. age facilities to take care of a small you to let me know.' He answered: when 50 cents buys a large bottleof when applied to a tender, a' lag cern
were steel
outlook These with the two
Naval Reserves formed. The new organization now built fraction of this year's bumper crop," 'Mr. Endel, there are no charges Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect or hardened callus stops sit-eness at

met with the hearty approval steamers let already three being local and contracts for- said Wood. "It may be necessary for against either one. I want these jobs substitute for calomel.It once, and soon the corn or c!,; lus dries

of the boys and they will all twelve wooden-hulled to steamers concerns of 3- the: government to take over the crop for my boys, my friends. Mr. Endel, is a pleasant, vegetable liquid ;up and lifts right off without pain.
; in certain sections and build storage this is a game of politics.' These are which will start your liver just as sure,I He says freezone dries irrlaediately
substitute the rolling waves for
gladly 000 tons each this to the I
brings city houses in which to keep the potatoesor quotations from what Mr. Endel and inflames ? irritates
the woodland. The commissioners in fore W. C. : ly as calomel, but it doesn't make you never or eve
charge of the boys will at once proceed McGowan as a,shipbuilding representing center.the shipping countless thousands of bushels will write is 'substantially' the conversation : sick i and can not salivate. I the surrounding $skin A snill bottle

to equip the boys with uniformsand board in the Southeastern district, rot." between him and the governor. Children and grown up folks can will cost very little a.) any frug store

willsecure boats from the government came here to offer the Tampa Ship- The government at Washington "Consider that the senate adjourned take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it but will positively remove efery hardor

for training purposes. building and Engineering Company .' realizes the seriousness of the situa- June 1, 1917, and unless called in is perfectly harmless. soft corn or callus from .ne's feet.

contracts for ten steel-hulled steamersto tion. Lou. D. Sweet, of Denver, who extra session does not convene until Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is Millions of American womel will wel

I ST. PETERSBURG.-Employes of cost about $1,500,000. His comingwas 'I has a national reputation as a potato !' the first Tuesday after the first Mon- mercury and attacks your bones. Takea come this announcemt nt sin>e the inauguration -

the Tourist market somewhat unheralded and neither PresidentL. expert, has been called to Washington day in April, 1919. Some' think the dose of nasty calomel today and you of the high heels!. If your

tattled when they opened were a crate of H. Mclntire or General Manager to give advice on this and other prob- charges for suspension were known as will feel weak, sick, and nauseated tomorrow -! druggist doesn't have rreezor tell himto
lems of
potato growing and market well before the adjournment of the order a small bottle:for yc'ii. ((61))
bananas and a real live South America Ernest Kreher were in the city. He Don't lose a day's work. ,
tarantula introduced itself to them. wired Manager Kreher to meet him ing.C. senate as two or three weeks after- Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver I

Luckily the "varmint" did not get a here about ten days hence. J. Blanchard of the reclamation ward. Consider that, 'if the senate Tone instead and you will wake up Whenever You Need a denttal Tonic
service, who was detailed by Secre- shall refuse to fail Take Qrtve's t
bite of anyone and was speedily kill. remove, or to take feeling great. No more biliousness,
ed. It was about two inches in diameter -I tary of Interior Lane to carry the appeal action before its adjournment' that no constipation, sluggishness, headache, The Old Standard Grove'sTuteIesschill

was practically round and black KEY WEST.-Neil Knowles, a boy for greater food production to the 'suspended officer' shall suffer any loss coated tongue or sour stomach. Your Tonic is equally yalule as a

in color. A. B. Archibald has the big; of 7 years of age, plunged into the farmers who have taken up land on of salary or other compensation 'in druggist says if you don't find Dodson's General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic
spider preserved in alcohol and it water to save a drowning playmate, reclamation projects in a dozen Western consequence of such suspension.' Liver Tone acts better than hor- properties<< ef SUINIMJ
lt1lybe and IRON. It acts on-the Lhvr, Drives
who fell from the wharf of the Porter states, said today that the problem >
The
following officers rible calomel
were suspended is
seen at his store. your money waitingfor out Malaria, Enriches the >ood and
Allen property at the foot of Margaret of what to do with the crops that during June. The compensation of I you. (12-4%) Builds up the Whole Systeju C SO cents

. street. A crowd of small boys were are being raised is a momentous one. the first four is from their reports to I _. t_ _ _
BARTOW.-For the purpose of organizing on the wharf amusing themselves "In one section," said he, "where a the comptroller for the year ending --- ----- ----- --

. a company to raise castor when the smallest son of Tony Gand- crop of 5,000 carloads of potatoes is in June 30, 1916: UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I STATE COLLEGE WOMEN

beans near this city, a meeting was olfo got too near the edge of the sight, the growers asked me if arrangements Roeseh, clerk circuit court: Manatee .
held in Bartow in the public school wharf and fell over. Neil, seeing hisplaymate's could not be made( with county, gross income 8954.69: net income GAINESVILLEHigh TALLAHASSEE
i building to consider an offer made to plight, that he was utter- the government to take the crop off $3,383.92. Moral, Intellectual Standards College of the Hi b. land owners of this place by a company ly unable to himself into their hands at hundred Liberal Arts Law Liberal Arts, Educatipn, M" -save plunged $1.25 a pounds Dowling, sheriff Duval county, gross Agriculture, Engi-
- in Grand Rapids, who have recently the water at once, grasped him "The farmers of the West have put income $37,183.82, net income $6,900. neering, Education, Graduate School. Physical E'lucaticn. Art,
purchased 3,500 acres of landat around the waist with his head above in greater crops of potatoes, wheat 49. Send for Catalogue and ViewsA. Home Economics !
Citrus Center, a few miles north of the able to life him out. than Write for. Catalogu and. Views
water, but not and corn ever before, said Mr. Carter sheriff Citrus A. MURPHREE
,
county, CONli
gross EDW. : VDI
of this city. The desires the ,
company
He called to another little fellow on Blanchard. "They have mortgagedtheir income
to-operation of the citizens of this city the wharf to go for assistance, and land in many cases to buy high- 5214.18 sheriff net income $1,346.37. President. I V Tresident.
King, Clay county, income
gross -
in the production of crops and have offered crowd of and had the priced seed. have ,
soon a men ran They planted greater --- --------------- ----- -. -- ---
income
3614.37 net
$1,552.51.
to supply the seed to plant as two boys on the wharf none the wor., areas, I am afraid, than they will be "The following named suspended officers :

many pcres as desired by the farmers save the little fellow frightened. able to harvest. The harvest certainlyis were salaried. The amount opposite .

-- --. going to be the greatest in the coun- their name shows the salary

: ORLANDO.-Clearing of the lot ST. AUGUSTINE.-If see a try's history. As a result of the appeal which would be due them on the ad-
preparatory to the work of construction you the farmers have put more land
journment af the next The
huge bulk rise to the surface of the senate.
was begun at the corner of North in cultivation than they can hope to
date of the expiration of their
bay do not become alarmed, it is not a commissions -
Orange avenue and Jefferson street, harvest, unless some way is found to is considered, when such \
German submarine but manatee. The
opposite the Beacham home, where has been observed a several send them labor. They cannot pay $-I dates antedate the adjournment of the .
big
sea cow
Jefferson Court Apartment Hotel will or $5 a day for these harvest hands. next senate
times recently and was reported on :
be erected the stock or- Some must be found to mobilizea
by company way "Thomas
Thursday afternoon in the vicinity of superintendent convicts,
ganized recently by Charles P. Dow. farm army, so that none of this food $1,000
Banta and the ;
Beacon 17.
The estimated cost of the structure is Capt. pas- shall be wasted. "Hanshaw, superintendent convicts THE' UNIVERSAL CAR t-J
sengers on the Pauline saw the big ,
$100,000. The plans were drawn by "The farmers have done their part. $3,000.
mammal as they were passing the bea-
George E. Krug of New York and the con. Others reported having seen the They have responded patriotically, but "Messer, hotel commissioner, $4.791. I.
contract for building has been let to what have we done to make sure that "Endel, inspector chemical division
,
manatee two weeks ago and several To the maximum of service from Ford :
: L. C. Townsend who built the MethoI their get your
times since. It evidently had decided. great crops will be marketed and $3,000.
dist and Baptist churches, the Beach- to locate here and it will prove some- distributed in an economical and efficient "McKinnon, inspector chemical divis- car, it must have careful attention from time to timea .:
am, Woodruff and Overstreet homes
i and the thing of an attraction if it will be- manner? ion, $2,875. little "tuning up" to keep it running moothly always .
county jail.
"Suppose the farmers raise their
come a little more sociable. While the "The gross compensation of the sus-
manatee is a habitat of South Florida crops at a loss this year. This war pended officers who are paid by fees, adds to its power and endurance. To be

t UVE OAK.-County Agent Caswell waters an occasional wanderer strays may last five years. Do you think you is $108,581.62. Their net compensa- assured of the best mechanical service and the use
ti received 6,000 cans Monday morning, into the bay here. They are, however, will be able to plant the same large tion is $25,181.84. The total salary of

'q through the Suwannee Hardware Co., a novelty, as their visits are rare and crops next year and in 1919 and 1920 the suspended officers is $14,666. The of genuine Ford materials, bring your car here where !

'J i and by noon Tuesday all but 180 cans never more than one at a time has and 1921 ? I think not, unless we give total gross compensation and salary of Ford and the t
'J: had been sold-26,000 is the number been seen here. them the assurance that if they pro- the suspended officers is $123,197,62. you get practical experience, regular. .

. of cans that have been sold in this duce the food they are going to get a Their total net compensation and sal- Ford parts
i
:: county through Mr. Caswell this year. fair share of the money the consumer ary is $39,487.84. I

j,: Besides this the merchants have sold I PERRY.-S. A. Hinley will fence in gets pays for it." "My recollection is that it has been Touring Car 5360, Runabout $345, Town 1

,:t.:!_ is several a safe hundred estimate jars to and that cans at, and least it twelve Hampton thousand Springs acres for of a stock land ranch southof The prevailing view in Washingtonis the custom of the legislature to award Car $595, Coupelet $505, Sedan $645, all f. o. b; I
; say that with the the total 'loss of salary or other
been 50,000 cans of perishable foods have putting tick in eradication all the latest and improvementsfor scientific and ing food, prices so government as to prevent regulat-the compensation.gross' If the senate does not Detroit. On display and for sale by i

;: Past three saved in Suwannee county the sanitary methods for handling hogs extortion of middle men, persons liv- approve of these suspensions the peo- A. W. and G. A. Anderson I
: months, and the canning ing in the cities should find the price ple will have to pay out some money.
and cattle. The day is here when the
!,1:>;. season is not over. proper handling of stock is necessaryfor of potatoes and other farm and garden All of the suspensions were made with Starke, Fla. .

WAUClIULA.-This has edibles greatly reduced next winter, out a hearing. The supreme court
"i i city is to have success and Mr Ilinely who i
; ; another important enterprise within a the reputation of doing things right is notwithstanding the bogie of "war stated there may be cases in which the .

.;i few weeks. Another saw and planing starting the proposition on the proper prices." public interest would 'suffer gricvousdetriment' :: '

rt; will is to be added to her industries. plane which will redound in benefit by postponing the suspen-

!1; H. M. Alexander manager of the not only to himself, but many will Would Rather Draw Sympathy. sion' until after the hearing."In .

"t'; Home Lumber Company, and real estate profit by his methods and proper care If we could read the secret historyof all these cases the presumptionis i

<1:;: dealer, has purchased the planE of stock. The no-fence law is only a our enemies we should find in each 'grievous detriment' would have occurred .

lng and sawmill of R. M. Marier, lowed question of time and the stock men man's life sorrow and suffering; ..n.ugh had there been a hearing. .

i ; on the Haines City branch of the see the benefits and also the necessityof to disarm our hostility.-Longfellow.! "Some citizen or citizens prefer the I

r p. Atlantic Coast Line railroad. A large protection of their growing herds. charges. The governor acts as judge r i

,1' force of men were unloading the machinery which can be protected only by keep- i Piles Cured lit e to 14 Days and jury. The senate is the appellate .c1 .

j and the mill will be in opera- proper methods of handling of their' Tot druggist will refund money if PAZO court with power to try the case de '
oa in OINTMENT fails to cere any case of Itching. novo., summoning witnesses. Even
4 a few days. The mill will cut herds. .Bleeding Protruding Piles in6to4day
';! about 50,000 feet of lumber per day. ing their stock under control and the I The Ant application {mi Ease and Rest. SOc when Judge Lynch presides, the sus- .- .'= .

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'BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA.
PAGE FOUR FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1917.i .

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ers are apt to side with their daugh- I INTESTINAL DISEASE. WEDDING BELLS. FOUR SUBMARINES SUNK BY CATTS ASKED THAT A NEGRO:
1 Bradford County Telegraph ters in such cases. CONVOY OF AMERICAN TROOPS BE MADE PROBATION OFFICE _

The opposite to the irresponsible Again there is a general prevalenceof Rev. Daniel J. Blocker, of DeLand, ;. .
borrower is the cheerful lender. Either fever in has decided to end'his bachelor days LONDON
t. Published Weekly, and entered U seat typhoid and dysentery sev- July 18.-Four of the Members of the board
;. i natural good nature or a desire for eral counties of the state and, as usual by marrying Miss Florence Evelyn largest and most modern German submarines of county
: and class matter at the post-office at the reputation of being a good fellow, it might have been prevented. It Jackson, of Lake Helen, on August were destroyed by American commissioners are fyif Eg to reconcile '
themselves to due :'
Starke Florida. or to gain "friends" if he is a politi- might have been prevented by follow- warships, which were convoying the Governor a consideration of *
12th.Mr. Catts' letter
] cian, prompt him to respond to every infi the well known and time-tested Blocker is the youngest son of I first installment of American troopsto be asking if it win .

'i i II E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner call for a loan-as long as he is able; precautions, the details of which have Mrs. A. F. Brockmeyer, of this city, France, according to a report from acceptable for to the P. people if .Duval :
county George
I f Associate Editor also to give credit on goods and to been preached by the State Board of and a brother of Mrs. J. T: Wills, Sr. German sources as contained in a dis MtKinrfey to bt ;,
H. E. LAGERGREN, appointed probation ftr;
a o3jcer
I stand security on notes. Generosityis ; Duvjl ,"
,. Health for years. Typhoid might have of Gainesville. He has studied in New patch from Berne to a Rome new
A-; .1 a fine trait and the kindheartedman been prevented by the use of the vac- York and Chicago and is a highly educated agency and forwarded from Rome b" county. Nothing was "n tb$ Cover.nor's ,
.t II The Starke Telegraph is thirty-eight stands out like the sun above the : cine which has made the United States man. He is a noted and very the Central News. letter to indicate the color l of tie

F f i years old and is maintaining its record cloud bank of selfishness; but too of- I army and na of the substantial newspaper ten his generosity is misapplied, for vacations he is much in demand out pay. None of the board jnemhtn )
i as one and sickness come often with- as an 700 LOSE LIVES IN BLOWING UP .
'j 't enterprises of the state.Tampa he is singled out as a "soft mark" by out warning and find us unprepared. expert accountant. He comes to Starke I UP OF BRITISH BATTLESHIP his were name acquainted could not with be fund UCKj'l Y, and '_

F; I Tribune. the unscrupulous_ parasites,_who. make However it may be with war, it is a occasionally to see his mother, but his LONDON, July 18.-The British rectory. 11 the &
sport of his good nature and only want fact that sickness, especially contag- visits are always brief, as he is a very battleship Vanguard blew up and sankon >
Telegraph has his substance. He should remember 'I James C. Lanier, ; !
I The Bradford County busy man. incvpnbenj, had
t ious diseases, may be anticipated and July 9, says an official statement no
entered upon the thirty-ninth year of that he owes a duty to himself and his their ravages warded off, and this His bride to be is a popular and accomplished issued by the British Admiralty.An knowledge of McKinney's application
I Bradford family first, and should help only those and kind offer to work without
Starke coun-
I usefulness to leaves no excuse for not being young lady, who will make internal explosion while the ship com.
prepared.
The Telegraph is one who deserve help and strive to do sation. He had heard of
.
ty and Florida. This neglect is a sin, almost a him a good helpmate. Her portrait I was at anchor caused the disaster to others want- (l
F' of the very best of the many good right. crime unpunishable by the law of the appeared in last Thursday's Times- the Vanguard. Only three men of ing his job, McKinney: wts a none .
newspapers! of this state.-Plant City Many an inexperienced merchant state, yet bringing heavy penalties in Union, and the handsome face shows those on board survived and one of to add to his troubles. Liner less ::
i Courier.. starts in business by extending un- suffering and death. a kind and sympathetic disposition.Rev. them has since died. Twenty-four officers puzzled to understand hot! anyone ;!
limited credit to who-ever asks for it, Blocker's many friends believe he and could offer to be a probation;{officer in
seventy-one howeverwere "
1 the Typhoid and dysentery men, j
Times-Union certainly are
limit The when it defends the action goes of just to get a good trade. Such men transmitted diseases. The bacillus germ-of has chosen the right partner for life not on board at the time of the Duval county without pa?. Then
are a delight to the unscrupulous, who and congratulate him on his acquisi- explosion. again he understood that <)fe SUte'ichief j
Governor Catts in receiving campaign each is swallowed in contaminatedfood
will trade with them as long as theycan tion. executive had determirfed to
contributions from the whiskey men or drink and then multiplies in reappoint -
credit which is not how-
I get long, menti. They him, but the name McKinney
were completely taken
while running for as the can- the intestinal tract of the patient. It fj
governor incautious merchantswill
ever, for such back when glared in Jim's rlsiont f e:
the
:>
WHY WORRY ABOUT THE DRAFT. scoutmaster steered reap.
. didate of the prohibition party. In soon to the wall, wiser and is discharged with the excreta and its
go them pointment.
'; spite of its many good qualities, wet i men. Underselling and injudi- power for harm might end there if this I up against a bountiful supply of I
are much afraid the Times-Union is poorer cious credits, in the mistaken belief .' discharge were burned or buried so I ATLANTA, July 18.-Here is consolation delicious fruit punch, ice cream and Imagine what happened Chen the tl
'I. cake. They were not long, however, identity of the new ,appl; ant
that the could reach I
hopelessly pro-booze. that they promote trade and will kill fly not it. It's a for every man who has registered in ( wu
which matter too disgusting to be discussedif and expects to be drafted in adjusting themselves to the situation learned to be a negrTapre; were 'j
H is the rock
Big, manly Uncle Sam, when formulating out hundreds competition of merchants, and other on bus. it were not a necessity to tell it for he great war lottery this month. It I and the evening proved one of gasps for breath, thin: sirrles, then !
his food exportation restrictionssaid the warning and the protection of comes from an Atlanta boy who has the most pleasant in the history of the a general outburst of,hilariclS laugh
iness to
men come grief every day.
that he is not carrying on war those who may be exposed.The I been on the firing line in France and I organization. ter. : I
All of have times to be both
against the women and children of us at t
the
I I fly, ordinary house fly, knows what he is talking about:
Germany, and for that reason will allow borrowers and lenders. I But in the in contact with the infected
comes excreta You have two alternatives: either -
provisions to be sent to them, former case we should pay our debtsas II t j
his legs and body become polluted -! you are drafted or you are not. If : F- -
secondcase 1i
and in the
understood that soon as possible,
be
though it must '
with the filth. Then
germ-laden not, you have nothing to worry about. I
it the German soldiers. we should; be reasonably sure the I !
of to II'
, none gues I he hurries away and lights on unscreened If you are drafted, you have two alternatives -
A country that deals so, generouslyeven borrower is a worthy man. Thus we I Isa.e I food, which already has been I
: are in or are !
you camp you For
friend- the Good
self-esteem and
keep Qf
receiveGod's our
with its enemies must P
cooked or is to be eaten without cook- at the front. If you are in camp you
ship.
blessings. ing, and on this he leaves the poison, have nothing to worry about.If .
and it is taken into the human H I I '
system you are at the front you have two
of the Wau-
Bro. Geo. M. Goolsby, RAILROAD EFFICIENCY.
through the mouth, there to start a alternatives either held in
: you are reserve -
chula Advocate, is as happy as a man Trade in
l-. has a right to be, for he is in love with new case of disease. Is there anything or you are sent to the firing line. general
in our domestic life more disgusting If you are in reserve you have nothingto
his work. He issues a remarkablygood A few years ago a Boston lawyer :
paper and dresses it so tastefully astonished the railroads of the coun- or nauseating? But it's a fact worry about.
that he has heard it so frequently try by saying that they lost one mil- -of daily and hourly occurrence. If you are sent to the firing line you
praised till he at last decided to senda lion dollars a day through bad man- Sickness may come, but the spreadof have two alternatives: either you fightor H and Your Bus i
few copies to the Inland Printer, agement. The railroads would not such disease as these can be prevented you don't. If yon don't you have i f
and in view of the seriousnessof ,
that court of last resort in matters typographical concede this and intimated that the nothing to worry about.If .
for an opinion, The Ad- lawyer knew not what he was talking the conditions and results, it is a you do fight you have two altern-

vocate was found worthy of not only about. But now, after "the Railroads' deadly offense against society not to atives: either you get hurt or youdon't. I : ness in Particijlar H !

favorable comment, but two pages War Board" Has been formed, and everything prevent itNaturally If you don't you have nothingto I I I
1 were reproduced on a reduced scale as is being done to expedite bus- the proper disposal of the : worry about.If I i :: i!
a pattern for other publishers to fol- iness, especially to alleviate tne car infected excreta is a point of prime you do get hurt you have two alternatives :
i j I I low. Bro. Goolsby claims to be "edi- shortage, the changes for the better importance in limiting the spread of : either you are slightly I I !
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I t
;, tor, foreman, pressman anH linotype have been so great, that it is obvious disease. It is noticeable that these par- hurt or badly hurt. If slightly hurt :
I machinist," which must mean that he that the lawyer was right and that ticular diseases are more difficult to you have nothing to worry about.If I I *
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control in those sections where there you are badly hurt have two c
; is any of these in turn when occasions railroading: formerly was conducted in you
demand, but in the first named capacity R very slipshod manner. The Rail- are no, or few, water-flushed closetsin alternatives: either you recover or you
L' -to judge from the great amountof roads' War Boari informed the railroads the homes and no connection witha don't. If you recover you have noth-
original matter-he must find about of the country tht by making properly constructed sewerage sys- ing to worry about.If Advertise i ,1

s all he can do. Bro. Goolsby began his repairs quicker, by a :getter movement tem; in other words, in those sections you don't recover then you are t i
Florida newspaper career in Starke, and ty heavier loachi;?, it w?s in the where the neglected surface earth clos- dead and can't worry.So .
e then moved to Wauchula when that range of possibilities to make such a ets is in general use. what's the use of worrying about I ,

place was hardly more than a queer saving in the use of freight cars thatit Of course earth closets are neces- the draft? I i.i i.

I' and the town grew up with him. the available equipment 779,000 cars. they are not a source of danger when BOY SCOUTS ENTERTAINED.The I

I AND Carriers and shippers have been ask- they are properly constructed and taken : We have the circulationJ J I :
BORROWING
LENDING. ed as a patriotic duty to strive to attain care of. They should be made absolutely local troop of Boy Scoufs were ,;
that goat fly-proof. The State Board of very delightfully entertained Wednes- ; i ,'

!! The Bard of Avon makes Polonius The railroads were not slow to heed Health has prepared specifications for day evening by Mr. and Mrs. I.1.. __ I I'
: say to his son Laertes, "Neither a bor- and profit by the advice, and the 51 the construction of these closets andcopies Fryer, in honor of the birthday of I &1
: rower nor a lender be, for loan oft per cent of mileage that has reported are to be had for the asking. their son, Hugh Fryer, one of the most I s
l loses both itself and friend." If Laer- I shows an increase over April 1916, The cost is only slightly greater than popular and enthusiastic members of [ 'The :
tes heeded this advice he was saved : when business was at high tide, of 66 that of the ordinary building for the the local organization. I I > I

many losses and disappointments; if tons per train, or 10 per cent per lad- purpose; and this difference vanishes Scoutmaster Halligan ordered the : i iI

not, he, after a few experiences, wish- ing of cars, equivalent to an additionof when the vastly increased efficiency in boys to report at their hall, giving I Bradford County Telegraphi i
ed he had done so. To his admonition 126,000 cars to the equipment of the prevention of disease is considered. them no intimation of the purpose of I j
Polonius added, "and borrowing dulls the railroads reporting. If the roads In cleaning this closet the con- the meeting. For several days they! I .
the edge of husbandry." This means that have not yet reported have doneas tents should be burned or buried in had visions of a midnight "hike" or I i r

that a habitual borrower loses his well this car increase will be almost shallow excavations in dry soil, somedistanc.e some other extraordinary occurrence i H The Home PaperPure '
self-reliance and depends on others doubled. away from the water supply. and showed up Wednesday evening in I I

for what he should provide for himself Taking the country as a whole, it The price of health is eternal cleanliness light marching order, minus coats, I
A habitual borrower is a leech, a para has been estimated that a freight .1 and care and watchfulness. collars and other unnecessary impedi- \,- --

site who profits by the toil>and gen. train moves only twenty miles a day, Through the slightset neglect, danger II
erosity of others; for the lack of selfrespect a speed that even a mule drawn canal may come, even as the fly may enter I .:
that prompts him to borrow boat can keep up with. But by seeingto through an opening too small to be

also permits him to neglect to pay. it that passenger trains arrive on discovered excepting by the.'doses .
After a generous man has thus re- time, thus eliminating long waits for scrutiny.
peatedly been imposed upon, he finds the freight trains at meeting or pass- Good health is the basis of prosper-
, that the borrower's professed friendship ing points, seeing that the engines are ity and good morals. In war, sick-

I was only pretended, in order to in good repair and using more careful ness is the strongest ally of our ene- t
cheat him out of property. Thus the methods in switching, so that delay i mi 's. In peace it wastes, our energiesand
t lender loses both his money and his is not caused by broken cars, and In our substance. It impoverishesus.
, friend. The borrower tries "greener other ways, the freights can make It's the poorest economy of all to

! ( fields and pastures new," and keepson faster time than formerly.It scrimp and take short cuts where the ice cream is more than a delicious refreshment -
trying, until he becomes well has been the custom of railroadsnot prevention of disease is concerned.Reasons .
j 1 } known as a "dead-beat," trusted by to load a car beyond its indicated ---.--- -it's a nutritious and healthful food-as good
! f none and despised by all. Thus the capacity at any time, and lesser loads
borrower also loses his friends. One have been frequent. But now the roads 1NX"! for children as for grown-ups. !

I j transgression leads to another, for the increase the loads beyond the capacityof

I. chronic borrower invents all sorts ofI the cars by 10 per cent, and find it
I excuses for asking for loans, and works all right. By hurrying' away And notwithstanding the high ,prices of fresh

makes all kinds of promises to pay, empty cars from points where they fruits sugar and sweet cream of which it is made I
,
which are forgotten as soon as made, have accumulated to points where theyare ,

and he, therefore, becomes a notorious wanted, and by hurrying the Why you should use this superior ice cream costs you no more than
I liar whom nobody will believe, even unloading of cars by consignees, much Cardui. the woman's }
on his oath. car space has been gained. It has also tonic, for your troubles, formerly. :|
J' Some rural neighborhoods are at a l>een found that very little more have been shown in .
standstill on account of too many bor- motive power is needed for the increased thousands of letters from .
rowers. The man who "stands on his tonnage.The actual users of this medi- I

own bottom" is constantly annoyed by reader will be surprised to know cine, who speak from
personal experience. If :
r I his neighbors, who pester him for the that hitherto coal shippers have recognized the results obtained by "The Velvet Kind'rCream ?

I loan of his newspaper, his books, his no less than 1,156 different other women for so many
t i tools, horses, farm implements, med- kinds of stone coal. Just now enormous years have been so uni-
I : cines, provisions and money. Some of quantities of coal are sent to th>> formly good, why not of Ice Creams
I '. these things are never returned, the large outfitting points on the Atlanti give Cardui a trial?

I others he may get back by calling forI' Coast, and according to former usage TakeCARDUI
them, but in a damaged condition. He when a particular kind of coal was I L
Served in all the flavors.
day
popular Eatit
I :l will be disgusted with his neighbors ordered, the ship or ships had to v-ait every

I and sell out and move away if he can; till the Irm could send, sometimes Ly at meal times and between meals. It is delight-
I i but few care to live in such a settle several trains, the coal wanted. Bit
ment and he is apt to have to stay. In the coal men have been persuade I to fully good 'j}

i order to save himself he quits buying pool their business and to reduce the bt
,
; papers and books, farm machinery coal classification to only 41 kinds, and I the Woman's Tonic I
and so forth, and must deprive himself when coal for a certain steamer is On Wednesday and Thursday of each week ja '

i of many commodities on account wanted any and all the shippers will Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, of r
ice of flavor is featured.
I of parasitic neighbors. To flatly re- combine to fill the order quickly, for Cullen, Va., writes: special cream rare Your

: fuse to loan is too dangerous to attempt by this arrangement there will alwaysbe "About 11 years ago, 1 dealer serves "The Velvet Kind", or will do so if t
cars to be had for the pjrpose. suffered untold misery

! The borrowing habit comes from a The railway men are intelligent with female trouble,bear- you request it. ;
slack training. ChildrenI' enough to profit all
;i parental they can duringthe ing-down pains headache tt
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should be taught not to borrow unless busy time now and to come, and
C it is unavoidable, and then to pay back patriotic enough to do "their bit" to numbness .1 2"
F as promptly as possible. This training help the country along. The efficient would go for three weeks Purity Ice Cream & Dairy Co. :
.
t : I should not be extended to boys management that has been inaugurated almost bent double ,

{ I only, but to the girls as well. The will be followed up. new cars will My husband went to Or. Jacksonville, FloridaOrden :
I t I fatner who allows his daughter to buy be built and old ones quickly repaired. -- for Cardui .

I is goods on credit, without his consent With sufficient transportation facilities After taking about two !

r r or knowledge, from ice cream soda tot a great portion of the food scarcity bottles 1 began going from churches.lodzee clubs,hotels,etc. D altn: Make more In erwm money. Sent 'IiIOhClted. F-
automobile rides, without putting a menace will vanish. around and when took Any flavor supplied In any qUDd Tbe Yelret Kindand the weekly special 11:

r stop to it, injures his daughter as well three bottles I could do rv
himself for who has been The ditches the '
Ii as ; a girl along unpaved all work." B-80
f 1 allowed such liberties will make a streets should be cleaned out, to allow my
t, wasteful, irresponsible wife. But few I ill-smelling water to flow away. Por: ,
.I fathers have the backbone to do this; tions of the paved streets should have

they meekly pay pte Dills month after theg rass cleaned off with a scuffle ._
!1; I month and say' nothing, rather than hoe, or these places will became Read the Bradford Count. Tele- ,
f have a row in the home, for the moth-. marshes in wet weather. grrph-the home paper. ,, I

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FRIDAY, JULY 20. 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH_ STARKE_, FLORIDA. P \ FIVE

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: )lr. E. R. Poppell and family spent DEATH OF OLD CITIZEN PATRIOTIC SERVICE LAST SUNDAY + + + + + + + + + + + + f + + +

k Sunday with relatives near Lake But- EVENING.At + DUVAL HOTEL t

ler. William Glisson died at his home + JACKSOS\1LLE. j .
Bits of LocalInformation Monday morning, July 16th. The the Methodist church last Sunday + Opposite postofSce hot ar cold + 1
Mr. J. J. Morgan and family, of death came rather suddenly, as a short evening, Rev. T. L. Z. Barr delivered + water, elevator, telerhonEsJates: ; 4 !
Brooker, were visitors to Starke Wed- while before he seemed as well as us- a thrilling patriotic sermon to + rooms without bath,.$1 : t\\| per- +
nesday. ual and ate a hearty breakfast.The a large and appreciative audience.The + sons, same room, $1. 0; wit ; bath +
; II deceased was 60 years of age music was in keeping with the + $1.50; two persons same ron4n, $: + ..

.;,: Miss Katherine McClellan, of Gaines- and an almost life-long resident of the occasion-one feature specially en- + W. S. JONESMgr. + .
1: county. For he had lived joyed was a solo entitled "Mother is + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
' uri.esrasle0.r ?.&-- 3..Mr. ...fi ville, visited Miss Marie Livingstonlast many years ,
1't ......... .. .. eM r...... week. about three miles east of Starke, on Praying for Her Boy," by Mrs. Barr. -
." the Green Cove road, but for the last This touching song was composed for A. C. L. CONDUCTOR SUe ITS

.r Mr. Harvey Stock, of Hawthorn, six or seven years he had been unableto this occasion by Mrs. Barr, and as she ARMED NEGRO IN FIGHT, i
.: work, on acocunt of a stroke of pa- sang her sweet, clear voice touched
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Liv- ST. PETERSBURG. Julj'j 16.-A
]* Millinery at cost at Sternberg's. Little Miss Edna Mills, of Folkston, I ingston last week. ralysis, and could walk only with great many hearts.In desperate fight took place hire in a

' Ga., is visiting her grandparents, Mr. difficulty. He was an upright, kind- his masterly discourse Mr. Barr caboose of an A. C. L. frt'ilflt train

|1'1'w.. E. Wainwright spent Monday in and Mrs. J. P. Robinson, for several Miss Amelia Ray visited this weekat hearted man, much respected for his touched on the causes that led to the between Conductor E.,)!. Pencil and j

Jacksonville. days. Kingsley lake, as the guest of :Mrs.A. honest dealings. He leaves a widow war-stating that for more than one I an armed negro who gave hisiiame as .
and eight children to mourn his depar- hundred Germany had been
V. Long. years Layman Neal. Powell was! Arced to
''' N. T. Ritch is having the front yard Every day is bargain day at ture, namely Messrs. John, Marion, planning for this war, training her shoot three times before he <$as sub

" of his residence on North Walnut Stump's. Arthur, Carroll, Chass and Ellery boys and men for fighting in the uni- dued. Neal was hit twice in*the left
Col. A. V. Long spent Thursday in Glisson and Mesdames John Murrheeand
street laid with turf. versities, and levying on her peoplethe arm and it may have to be amputated
..' \ M. G. Griffis, who lives southeast of ; Gainesville attending to State Attor- Perry Boree, also many other rel heaviest taxes of any nation of the as the bullets splintered the lines and j r

:1!!T Mrs. J. R- Alvarez is visiting relatives Starke, supplies the Quigley Lumber ney business. atives. The interment was at Dyal world, for the purpose of building upa the wound is serious.METHODIST .*.
at Waldo. & Supply Co. with large, sound pine cemetery Tuesday. Many friends sym- huge war machine, and that Ger- .
i i', '- and cypress logs. Mrs. C. W. Liddon, of Jacksonville, pathize with the bereaved relatives in many's ambition was to conquer the MEETING AKRAI-

i! Water coolers and ice cream freezers -I. came down Wednesday to visit rela- their loss. whole world. He spoke feelingly of FORD-TWO DAY PMHiRAM ;Ii

at Stump's. W. J. Jones, of Jacksonville, arrived tives and friends in Starke. little Belgium, whose people were not- .* ,YI
i Saturday for a visit with his parents, CARD OF THANKS. ed for their nobility of purposealso t

'i. Col. A. Z. Adkins made a business Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones, and other Mrs. John Waldron and two chil- of stricken Poland and the atrocitiesthe July 19. ;

.I trip to Trenton last Monday. relatives.Dr. dren, of Pompano, are guests of her The sons and daughters of the late Germans have committed in slay- 7:30 p. m. Sermon-I.July 20. C.*:Jl'nkins.
Is uncle, Mr. N. T. Ritch. ing defenseless children and women.
Mrs. Carrie A. Mills sincerely thank
;, A. B. Cargile, editor of the Lake L. J. Adams, veterinarian of i the many friends who assisted them That the United States would not be 9:00 a. m. Mission of the Christian

,.r ,City Index, was in Starke Monday. Lake City, was been in Starke duringthe Mr. Harry LeRoy Canova is spending in caring for their mother during her worthy of the name of a Christian nation Church-I.9:30 C. Jenkins., "
week. t I I a. m. Obligation and Cleaning
| if they had refused to to battle
'I. several weeks at Conner, with his. illness. May God bless them. go of Church
Membership Pj Ken-
No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever. cousin, Root. Rogers.Mr. against this terrible foe-that our us
I, It is the most speedy remedy we know. John W. Williard, son of Mr. and DR. FREEMAN ON VACATION country was fighting not for money or dall. ;
.fi Mrs. A. Williard, who live northeastof territory, but for the emancipation of 10:00 a. m. Obligation and Meaning :
''f Potato vines, corn and cucumbers Starke, passed the physical exam- and Mrs. D. D. Oliver and :Mr. the world, for the defense of the helpless of Pastor-in-Charge "f;ar Conference !

f i continue to be shipped from Starke.. ination successfully last Saturday and Lawrence Bessent, of Ft. Lauderdale, Dr. Albert H. Freeman left Tuesday and to save our own beloved Efficiency Mau. j
A enlisted in the regular army. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bes- afternoon to spend his summer country from this powerful enemy, as 10:30 a. m. How to Train-for Service i

.oJ.t Mr. and Mrs. Jake Johns and infant sent, at their home east of Starke. I vacation at Waynesville, N. C. It is it had long been in the heart of the : I Ia

have returned to Starke from Kissim- Lanier Droke left Tuesday for Plant not probable that the doctor will return German Kaiser not simply to triumphover ( ) In the Sunday School-I. C.

I, mee. City, to be a clerk for Harold Brown. Miss Hilda Lewis, of Jasper, and to active practive in Starke until France, England, Russia and the Jenkins. =

4: Mr. Droke is a courteous and correct Arthur Stringfellow, of Gainesville, after the end of the European war. smaller countries, but to take Americafor (b) In the Ep\\rth League. -J.
Mrs. Tatum and daughter, Miss Lu- salesman and has the best wishes for were guests this week at the Kings- Some weeks ago he received a cap- the German Empire. Lawton Moon.
,- cUe, spent last Saturday in Jackson- success by his many friends here. ley lake cottage of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. tain's commission in the medical reserve That we go forth to battle consciousof 11:00 a. m. Sermon-I. S. Patterson. -

I ville. Alvarez. corps of the army, and it is more the presence of God and that ulti- .
-- Get you a safety deposit box in a than likely that he will be called to mately we will gain the victory, which Dinner on the Grourds.

;will find O'Cedar mops and fireproof vault for your papers and Miss Freddie-Mae Hedgecock, who duty within the next few weeks. means the overthrow of German auto- 1:15 Quarterly Conference.

Ji polish at Starke Hardware Co. valuables at the Bradford County Bank has been visiting her counsin, Miss cracy and universal peace for the 2:15 Training for Service.
. Anna Canova, sailed Sunday for New CHURCH CELEBRATION. world. During his discourse Mr. Barr (c) Woman's Missionary Society -
1 I York where she will her quoted Ella Wheeler Wilcox's impres- Mrs. L. B. .
: Miss Estelle Dyal, of Fernandina, Mrs. B. B. Hopson writes from Ak- City, join t'wman.
mother, Mrs. W. L. Cochran, and together sive poem, "The Hour," which is as (d) The Layman's Movemente -
Ohio that live there
r is visiting her aunt, Mrs. 0. J. Grif- ron, they now Pioneers' Day will be celebrated atOak follows
they will spend the summer : ( ) The Every Member, CanvassI.
\ fin. and are well satisfied with their new Grove Mormon church Tuesday
L' home. Mr. Hopson is employed by a and fall in the North and East. 24th. The conference on I. S. Patters-op.!
July president This is the world's hour- 3:30 m. Our Conference Institu-
( big real estate firm at a good salary. stupendous p.
Dr. A. H. Freeman has gone to is expected to be present. The
r Waynesville, N. C., to spend his vaca- Several persons living in the southern program will consist of speeches, dialogues The supreme moment for the race tions: t
. tion. Rev. N. T. King, who lives north- I portion of'Starke complain of hav- etc. Dinner will be served on To see the emptiness of power. (a) Southern College--J. Law-
; east of Starke,is a faithful worker in ing been victims of petty thefts. the grounds. is invited. The worthlessness of wealth and placeTo I ton Moon.b .
Messrs. R. A. Weeks and F. F. his own melon patch as well as in the I Young boys of both colors, who will Everybody see the purpose and the plan ( ) The Florida Christian Advocate -
Stump motored to Jacksonville last Lord's vineyard. Monday he broughta not work, and whose morals do not lift Conceived by God for growing man. -I. S.)'Patt't 1)n.
them above BUSY W. C. T. U. (c) The Florida Orphanage-J.
Sunday. wagon load of the biggest watermelons stealing, are suspected.
here this Look out watched. And who and Lawton Moor. :
seen season. young men, you are they see comprehendThat
The Starke Woman's Christian Temperance ultimate and lofty aim 7:15 p. m. Devotional Service.
No. 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious .
Fever. It kills the germs. Pretty waists at 98 cents. at Stern- Union is not idle. A goodly Will wait in patience for the end, 7:30 p. m. Sermon J. Lawton: Moon I
berg's. Starke friends will regret to know number of comfort bags for the soldier Knowing injustice cannot claim t

that Mrs. A. J. Kohn (nee Miss Mary have been made and will be sent One last victory, or control NOTICE. :.
Mrs. F. A. Scott has as visitors at off for distribution Florida Laws that bar for the whole.
Hall), of Wade, Fla., had the misfor- among progress II
her Kingsley lake cottage, Mrs. Wil- Mrs. Hattie Hayes and little Miss
tune on July 5th to have her foot bro- boys Saturday. All persons interested in.. the New {
liams and little daughter of Citra. Erma Johns of Hampton visitors
were
ken. She had been visiting at the Knitting for the battleship Floridais This is an epoch-making time, I Zion cemetery will meet there on
Starke Mrs. ,
to Tuesday. Hayes home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ritch, of progressing rapidly and members God thunders through the universeA Thursday, July 2t5th, with rp-es, rakes I
Mrs. Dalton Clark of Athens, Ga., had as week-end visitor her father,
a have contributed to the fund that is
Neals, and while unhitching the horse glorious and sublime and all tools
up
message necessary for-craning
is her Mr. and Mrs.N. I I Mr. Henry Cribbs of Cedar Key who
visiting parents, to purchase a motor ambulance and '
for the start home the animal stepped At once a blessing and a curse- the grounds.
D. Wainwright. I I has now moved to Gainesville._ : on her foot, fracturing the bones and pay,.of chauffeur for one year to serve Blessings for those who seek His light I
I : inflicting very painful bruises. Our American soldiers on the battle- Curses for those whose law is might.
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children were M. Leviton has moved back to fields of France.

week-end visitors of her sister, Mrs. I I I Starke from Valdosta and will again Mrs. F. B. McDonald and childrenof Ephemeral as the sunset glowIs The Beauty Secret.

J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville. enter the mercantile business here. West Palm Beach, who have been REGISTRATION NOTICE.The human grandeur. Mortal life t

He has rented the Rivers house, cor- visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Canova, Was given that souls might seek and Ladiesdesire that irresistible !
Materials for dipping vats. Now is ner Madison and Walnut streets, and will leave Saturday for Ocala, accom- knowImmortal charm-a good I
, the time to build them. Quigley Lum- has moved there with his family. The panied by Miss Anna Canova, where registration books of the town truths; and through the Of '
:
of Starke Florida will be from complexion. course
, ber Supply. Co. many friends of the Levitons are glad they'will spend several weeks at the open strife
, their July 12th to August 11th, 1917, for oV not wish others
over return. That they
home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Rogers. shakes the earth from land to ,/
I the of electors. Books
registration
Mr. Clifford Tatum and sister, Miss Miss Canova will also visit Salt land, 1/1.. to know a beautifier
Lucile, spent last week in Lake City, About 25 pieces of furniture for sale Springs and Lake Weir before returning will be open at the office of the Quig- The wise shall hear and understand.Out ;/1 has been used so they
Co.
Lumber &.
i attending the B. Y. P. U. encampment. at once. Beds, chairs, dressers, wash home. I ley Supply C. A. FUTCH, t y buy a bottle of
. stands, tables, etc. Call at once. JayS. of the awful holocaust, I
: Walter Will, of Tampa, stopped over Brown. BAPTIST CHURCH. I 7132t. Registration Officer. Out of the whirlwind and the flood, Balm

in Starke Saturday on his way to Out of the old creeds to bedlam tossed I Magnolia
I Hendersonville, N. C. I Hoover Bros. have made a set of I STARKE AUTOMOBILE Shall rise a new earth washed in
Good interest last Sunday morningand TOP COMPANY LIQUID FACE POWDER
l i post cards of the "New Starke. They blood-
evening. Three were received into and UM according to imfflc direction. Iraprcr-
i Get your lawn mowers at Starke show the paved streets and many recent the fellowship of the church. A new race filled with spirit-power, ment i. noticed at once. Soothing,cooling ud
: Hardware Co. improvements. Although gen- There is that We wish to announce that we have This is the world's stupendous hour. refreshing. Heal.sunburn Mop 1./i.
special reason
L uine photographs, they cost but a tri- a every opened in Starke and that we are pre- Pink. Whit. Rax-RtJ.
member of the church be present next .
6 moll i.cL t
75c.Sample
Mr. N. Sternberg and family spent fle. Send some to your friends. Let Sunday morning.At pared to make or to repair tops, side- Attorneys A. S. Crews, A. Z. Adkins .f Drygrith er
Sunday at Pablo Beach. The trip was them see that we have made real prog- night the newly elected officersof curtains and cushions for all classes of and D. E. Knight were in Tallahasssee (either color) for 2e.SU.p.LjonMfg.Co. .

made by automobile. ress. the automobiles. Our work in this line is during the week on business before .. 40 SculL Fifth St..Booldjni.N.Y.
B. Y. P. U. will be installed anda
J first-class in the board.
guaranteed every partic- pardoning
report of the encampment will be
\ Mrs.'Fred C. Sayles has returned tot People are' building, improving and I
given those who attended and
by a ular.We r .. -
_
Miami after a visit with her parents, repairing steadily, no stagnation here, sermon appropriate to the occasion have also opened a tailor shopin --- ------ .. I

; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. that's right. "Business as usual" is will be delivered. connection and solicit the patronageof (
; the slogan that will keep people busy, our old friends and customers and I'

i Moving-Must sell many things.- the channels of trade open and help to METHODIST SERVICES SUNDAY the public generally.

I' Call at once. Jay S. Brown. .. win Co.the war. Quigley Lumber & Supply STARKE AUTOMOBILE TOP CO. PERSONAL PREPAREDNESS

Jt Next the Starke Methodist M. Leviton, Manager. 7-20-4t I
t Miss Olive Ray spent several days I Sunday I. --- ,
1. last week at Kingsley lake as the We handle nothing but building ma- church will have with them four prom \1

3. guest of Mrs. F. H. Long. terials and can furnish you anything inent state workers, viz.; Rev. J. Law- LASSIFIE Keep closely in touch withl !)
f fairsi
:your
from a nail or screw tJa completed ton Moon, Rev. I. S. Patterson, Mrs. DI
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4a Little Misses Mildred and Florence, house. Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. L. B. Newman, Rev. I. C. Jenkins, pre- ADVERTISINGFOR
t' daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Alvarez siding elder of the Jacksonville dis- Know just where you stand financially:?

t.r are visiting Mrs. D. W. Alvarez.We From the Columbia Spectator, the trict. The following all-day programhas SALE-Three horses. .; t
.' organ of Columbia University, New been arranged: Geo. A. Be able to determine exactly what it cost*
Gardiner, Starke. 615tf. I
f have several pieces of household York, we learn that at a recent elec- 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. to live. i 4

i.;' furniture, chairs, beds, dressers, churn tion of officers of the Florida Club, E. 10:15 a. m.-The Sunday School and WANTED-Heifer calves, 5 monthsold

- a lot of poultry wire, wagon, stoves, W. Freeman, of Starke, was elected the Orphanage-J. Lawton Moon. and up, $10 each delivered. Godwin Armed with this information indivi.
.' etc., that must be sold at once. JayS. president. Mr. Freeman is also chair- 10:30 a. m.-The Sunday School and Harrell & Co., Sapp, Fla. 7-6-6t every
Brown. man of the social committee of the Missions-I. S. Patterson. ual will be in a very much better positionfo -

Southern Club. 11:00 a. m.-Sermon-I. S. Patter.. LOST-Black unmarked order his financial
gilt, weight resource [to the tee
4f Mrs. F. H. Long and children have son. about 100 pounds. Reward for return advantage. .
f returned home after a threeweeks'stay During the violent rain storm last 2:30 p. m.-Quarterly conference. to the Powell-Smith Co. Starke. F.
3:00 m.-The Woman's Missionary
at Kingsley lake. Thursday the flag pole on the water p. -
, tank was bent. It is of 1% inch pipe, Society-Mrs. L. B. Newman. FOR SALE.-'-A bargain 2 1-2 miles A checking account with the Bsuk ofM

Roadmaster W. B. Haynes, of Vi- but the flag contains 108 feet of surface 3:30: p. m.-Mission of the ChurchI. from Starke-20 acres farming land Starke is one of the first aids to successful! ?

dalia, Ga., was in Starke Monday to I and being wet, was very heavy. C. Jenkins. 4 acres cleared, 14 acres wire fenced financing.
.visit relatives, after a visit to his The flag was torn somewhat. The 3:45: p. m.-Obligation of Church House and good well. Apply to k

mother and brothers at Hampton. pole will be straightened as soon as Membership-T. L. Z. Barr. A. L. Starling, Lawtey, Fla. 7-13-2t.
Superintendent Philips finds time to 4:00 p. m.Meaning of the Pastorin I
''G Work shoes of all descriptions at do it. Charge-I. S. Patterson. FOR SALE-Meat refrigerator, capacity BANK OF STARKE
.Sternberg's.Mrs. 4:30 p. m.-Southern College-J. L. 1,000 pounds of meat, 300

Moon. pounds of ice; practically new, Cashor
The show windows in Hull's Depart- 7:15 m.-Devotional Service. State, County and City Depository "
Henry and thre little p. terms. V.. M. Bray, Saxton.
Sapp ment Store have been dressed by a 7:30 p. m.-Sermon-J. L. Moon. 7-13-3t. ': 8;
sons of visiting her
Mulberry, are thorough patriot. There are hand- STARKE FLA.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Denmark. .r. .
some placards calling the citizens to AN ACCIDENT. STRAYED-One heifer, white belly I,
arms, a fort wireless station soldiers and back brown
sides unmarked, 'l
Mrs. D. W. Alvarez, in company -\ .
with Mrs. B. W. Tillis, of Waldo, has and" flags. The fort is luck marked this "No. :\Ionday'morning W. N. Murdaug' branded "J. B." Notify J. M. Brownlee ; ..-1--
13. Whether the bad num-
receive --
and reward. 7203t.
been visiting relatives and friends in and Butler Brooks were on a scaffold
ber is supposed to bring will strike r --

Jacksonville and Fernandina. the enemy. or the fort is a matter of daugh against is the building new residence on North Mr.Walnut Mur LOST-Small diamond-shaped clasp STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!!?

conjecture.The with emblematic and
' Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptie, Anodyne street, when a board that was not securely pin lettering
fastened throwing set with pearls and diamonds. A If ycur soles are 'worth'.uin, 1 1 a goodman
; Kills pain, stops putrefaction. tipped over, -
. dwellers of the southeastern the men on the ground. Mr. Mur liberal reward will be paid for return ave them. Whole sole and hiE'l I sewed

i Mr. and Mrs. Ray' Driver and Mr. portion of Starke were startled, and daugh landed on his feet and escaped to the Telegraph printing of- All work gauranteed. ,Special Attention

I and Mrs. George Harmon have returned many frightened Tuesday night at unhurt, but Mr. Brooks fell on his fice. 7-20-4t paid to parcel post; we pay pot ige one

t to their homes in Gainesville, hearing a most warlike din from the side and his left arm was so badly CIRCULAR LETTERS. way. All work called for and ;; elinred
after direction of lumber yard. sprained that he will have to i it
l spending a week in Kingsley. Quigley's carry within city limit '
::1 I I Scotch bag pipes, Russian drums, Ger- in a sling for some! time. '

1 Get a set of genuine photographs man bass horns, Turkish cymbals and This is not the first accident Mr Commercial firms find the circular ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP r;

.: '. POSt cards. Send them to your friends American tin pans made it plain thata Brooks has sustained. Several year letter a very effective means of ad- t t
; Show them what Starke is doing. Theyare battle was in progress. But it simply ago while working at the Dowling mill vertising. The Telegraph's job print- F. Hollingsworth, top. f
beautiful, interesting and cost but turned out that a man of unusual he was struck on the head by a flying ing department is equipped to print .

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1 : 4t ; % 0000000U 000E I GOOD PROSPECTS PROTECT YOUR VELVET BEANS KEEP YOUR MILK COWS.Do has dealt more generously '\\;

: American farmer than any

;: COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS J. M. Alvarez and Geo. A. Gardiner Lead Arsenate Will Kill the Caterpillars Not Let High Beef Prices Induce the branches of the

Have Fine Crops. 'That Attack Them. I I You to Sell Them. trust that that reputation will
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1 0Oi> OOOOO OOOOOOOwt forfeited on this occasion. .
( "Mr. President, the Senator !
. [ Taylor County-One farmer has Sunday morning J.1.. Alavrez invited About the only enemy: velvet beans I There is no need for a Florida farmer Nebraska seems to have < )

" "t I made arrangements to erect a ninety- N. D. Wainwright, L. V. Moore have in Florida is the velvet bean cat- I I to sell his milk cows to a butcher.On very important incident in } ,

t ,! ton concrete silo. and a Telegraph representative to erpillar. This pest attacks the plants, the other hand, there is a pressing tory. He chaperoned through

view the fields of his farm, about three eating the leaves, usually in August need for him to keep every one of body, I believe, a joint I I

Calhoun County-If the favorable miles west of Starke. and September, the date of the attack them in good condition. The high claring that a state of war !

, :s' continues this county will raise : :Mr. Alvarez's land is of the forma- depending on the part of the state in prices for feed during the winter and tween this country and the

, i season to ,supply the local de- tion found around the lakes west of which the beans are grown. In South spring, and the good prices offered for I l government of Germany,

mand enough and corn have some to sell. Starke, mellow and non-packing; the Florida the attack may begin in July, beef caused the sale' of many dairy I this country in the worst war
water from the rains quickly sinks and in North Florida not before late cattle in the North. The price paid human history. We )

" 1 and therefore flat cultivation can be August.A for milk did not keep pace with the cently-last week, I believe-$ I
t E Polk County-The county commis- practiced. While the cotton was on a careful watch should be kept for cost of production. 000,000 to forward that ] 1

sioners have appropriated $3,000 for low ridge, the other crops had no the first moths, the parents of the cat- Florida dairymen are not in the milk success, 'an carry amount I

II. the construction of dipping vats. Four ridges at all. erpillars, says J. R. Watson of the business for their health. They, too, equaling the entire cost of the } !

have been built and several more are Mr. Alvarez owns 400 acres and cul- University of Florida experiment sta- have had to fight high productioncosts. War. I presume the Senator

9. under construction. tivates 120. Of this area 75 acres is tion. These moths can be readily distinguished But they are now, or should be Nebraska voted for that bill. I

S corn, mostly the common gourd seed, i from other moths common feeding a ration composed largely of that he voted for it upon the
Dade County-One farmer sold two which had from one to three large ears to Florida by the diagonal line, usually home-grown feeds, and as the season mendation of the Secretary of

Ii hogs one year old for thirty dollars to the stalk, but the corn intended for double, which stretches across both ; progresses, feeding costs should con- I not upon any intimate and
each. These hogs were fed on table pasturing was the yellow Cuban. This wings and turns up to the apex of the tinue to decline. The good dairymanis going familiarity derived by his

"I': scraps and the refuse of truck crops corn will not rot when surroundedby forewing, and the peculiar darting a good farmer-the one who buys investigation as to the

. only, the $60 being net profit. damp velvet bean vines, and whenin flight of the moth itself. When the all his feed 'is nothing more than a those var:"""- amounts

the crib it is safe from the weevils, moths have appeared in large numbersit jobber. The Senator from Nebraska i
is likely that the beans will need to Having the double chance in this
Madison County-The much needed as they are not able to make an im- Senator from Tennessee either
be dusted after twelve days or two state to grow dairy feeds, the Florida
J, rains have begun and corn that was pression on the hard enamel that cov- great deal more faith in the I I :
. : almost given up now gives promise of ers the grain. All the corn rows also weeks. dairyman should be able to produce of War than they have in the I I
milk
Powdered lead arsenate, dusted on cheaper than his Northern neigh-
l l normal be- are planted with peas, pinders or vel- of
yield. acres are tary else
Many Agriculture
,4 a or
the leaves of the plants, makes an ef- bors, says the University of Florida
latter of the '
vet beans. The are ear-
planted to sweet potatoes. not attach much
ing as importance
:1 ; ly speckled variety and already bore fective remedy. Mix it with about four experiment station. It is all a mat- riculture .
--- times its volume of air-slaked lime ter of good management.Many as a foundation of
This kind bears
numerous ripe pods. operations others of feel
Lee County-More than 16,000 laying arrive to eat and apply it with a blower or dusting cattle can be carried over to as us
I"iJ hens have been sold in this county before the caterpillars be to do. This is supposed to be an
the ]leaves. A patch of the little white machine. At least two dustings will sold to northern dairymen to replenish -
I... in the last two months because of is be required, at an expense of about their herds, if the animals are gency measure. It is believed
conch which prefer-
by
(: the high price of feed and the low red to pea the, navy bean many for table use, eighty cents an acre for each dusting. I not needed in this state. But scrub member Secretary of of the Agriculture Council of who '

r price of eggs. promised a rich yield. A two-acre It might be well to get a supply of the I cows, weak producers, bred from scrub fense, that he increase the
.of --- arsenate now to guard against a pos'sible sires, will not be in great demand by can
patch of cane, much of which was six tion's of foodstuffs .
six silos period of waiting when the poi- dairymen. Such cows should be used supply by
Seminole County-Our now feet in height, gives promise of syrup propriation in this bill. This
r4 finished son is badly needed. in the beef herd. In all cases, the
under construction will be on without end, and a two-acre patch save largely a battle of bread. It is ,
) time for the crops with which they are of Porto Rico yams is as flourishing as Dusting should be done in the early cows for breeding purposes. test between commissaries. a i i ..;

to be filled, but we have lost three silos can be.But. morning or after a shower, while the who have amplest and most

' on account of not being able to get Mr. Alvarez's "brag crop" i is vines are wet. The mixture sticks FIRST OPEN COTTON. tinuous supplies will .
well and much of it will remain aftera
k labor and transportation facilities. his cotton, 20 acres of the Sosnoski va- victorious in this contest.I .
heavy rain. However, it will be
riety. The stand is even and every redust David Luke, who tends the old Kick- am not willing to be
to ten

S club boys have been received from The fruiting is so heavy that such plentiful, to cover the new growth by L. C. Powell, brought us Saturday partment of Agriculture. I '

_ Alabama. The pigs were five to seven good judges as Mr. Moore and Mr. put out by the vines. If half the caterpillars the first open cotton boll of the sea- willing to enlist famine, if you
x months old, were double treated for Wainwright foretold that if no backset are poisoned, their numerous son. He has nine acres of splendid among out antagonists. (36)I

cholera, registered, and cost $21.17 on happened, 1,000 pounds of seed cotton enemies will likely take care of the cotton, just ready to open. No wee- The original estimate of the
the Kissimmee. will from each A vils have been ment of
car at be gathered acre. other half. yet seen there. Agriculture under this

--- careful search did not reveal any signof Birds are naturally the enemies of was approximately $4,100,000.

Clay County-I believe it is safe to boll weevils. The cotton middles the caterpillars, the rice bird and the SENATOR GORE ON TICK ERADI- on that total $400,000 would have
that available of cleared were clean and should, by common usage available for the eradication
say every acre mocking bird being especially destructive
1 land is planted this year and wewill I I be "laid by," but Mr. Alvarez will to them. A flock of turkeys given CATION. cattle tick and $500,000 for the

have a record-breaking crop if we give them one more cultivation with a the run of the field will kill many. r. .H' vention of hog cholera. The

have plenty of rain from now on. Corn Fowler plow. This plow runs very Lizards and wasps are also enemies of In the Senate of the United Stateson tee in the House cut down the t I
: shallow and simply loosen the top of to $2,010,000. Upon that I
Irish is
planted after potatoes looking these destructive caterpillars. May 28, 1917, when that body had
.: exceptionally well. the soil. One or two furrows is suf- under consideration the agricultural there would have been available $
ficient for each middle, as there is a 000 for hog cholera and $ ,
DESTROY THE PESTS. appropriation bill, Senator Gore of
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narrow moldboard on each side, and the cattle tick. Another and
Clay County-Every one who can Oklahoma, chairman of the committee
they can be spread to a width of three estimate, it seems, has now been I
get them is planting sweet potato on agriculture, said:
feet if .
necessary.Mr. In mitted reducing the total
from
order to rid the
cotton growing "Mr. President
vines. One farmer is putting in three the Senator from
Alvarez has cattle and hogs in 010,000 down
sections of the menacing boll weevil to $1,596,000. The
C Utah has
rather
hundred and another is
acres putting a peculiar idea of
numbers which will for
great be fattenedin the last
I
figure unable
farmers am to
pests, our must all
in two hundred acres. The rows are his fields in the fall. cooperateand economy. He seems to think that it is I have
work together in order that these based my conduct
being made up with a disk cultivator good economy to lose from forty to upon
which saves much time and makes an Judge Gardiner's Crops pests may be gotten rid of entirely. one hundred million dollars worth of statement of the Secretary of I I

ideal bed for planting. Judge Geo. A. Gardiner had not been Now is the opportune time for all cot- cattle every year, with steak at 50

over modest in praising his crops, and ton growers to put in their most im- I cents a pound. The Senator seems to TESTED AND PROVEN.

it was decided to see if reality sup- portant work against the boll weevil think that it is good economy to lose I
St. Johns
County-Another tractor ported the praise. He 165 If cotton take
owns acres, crop. growers will the from
has been brought into the county. The1 forty to seventy-five million dol- There Is A Heap of Solace in i
and cultivates 85 acres. His land is time to go over their cotton fields and lars worth of hogs
when
annually the
owners arec learing one hundred also of the lake formation, with deep notice closely they will find between price of meat and the cost, of livingare Able to Depend Upon a
acres of potato land near St. Augus- and mellow soil. He first showed some the rows hundreds of fallen cotton Earned Reputation.
soaring of
out the
reach of
tine and the tractor will be to the
put fine young cattle of the red polled squares. Each of these squares, upon common man; and yet the Senator insists -
work pulling a large disk plow. Oth- breed, good for both milk and beef. investigation, you will find a small that these -
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enormous losses are in months Starke readers !
will buy tractors
ers to
praparatory Then his corn was inspected. In the worm or boll weevil. The egg laid in the interest of
.
seen the constant
economy."It of
turning the land in the fall. expressions
field only second or third the when it hatches
every row square, in the is estimated that by for Doan's
I appropriating Kidney Pills, and
was planted in corn; the interveningrows form of a worm causes the square to three and a half million dollars we about the good work they have

Manatee County-A larger acreage bore pinders, peas or velvet drop to the ground. Cotton growers could entirely eradicate the cattle tick in this locality. What other
than ever before will be planted to beans. The corn was excellent and should go over their fields several from the United States and save this ever produced such

:l sweet potatoes this summer. Preparations the other crops showed that the fall times a week, collect all the fallen annual toll, amounting up to nearly of merit? convincing

i are still going on for the lar- pasture for cattle and hogs would be squares and burn them. By this means $100,000,000. Now, I think that wouldbe H. Merwin, Artesian Well
! gest of in the abundant. This soil suits alfalfa the boll weevil
planting rice history of so pest would be stamped in the interest of sound public pol- tor, 512 Lemon St., Palatka
the county. The yield of early corn well that it is seen everywhere. All out. ,
r icy, particularly with the grinding of says: "I was having considerable
f t,I { was cut considerably by dry weather, sprung from a few seed that had hap The plan of destroying the boll weevil the poor today under the increasing ble from kidneys. At
but the later has pened to come with other seed and in the my no time
I i corn filled well. in fallen squares is the most prices of foodstuffs. I free from lameness and
a couple of years one of the fields will effectual method we know of to rid "I
saw
II a pathetic statement in con- through my back and kidneys.
I be
a solid alfalfa pasture. the Sea Island cotton
growing sectionof
Dade County-The Seminole pumpkin nection with the work of the commis- kidney secretions were too
: j is an agricultural asset, being well The judge's cotton was vigorous and i this pest. Cotton growers of Columbia sion appointed by this city, to the effect in passage and then again scanty
advanced, although he, on accountof county should with
I wonderfully prolific and exceptionally co-operate that the smaller stores in the painful. I felt unfit for
any
cold and the drouth in the each other
spring in an effort to
out
hardy. The fruit is stamp
quite nutty. The poorer communities were no longer work and had to rest every little
had to replant it three times. It is of this, the most destructive
of
seed of the real Seminole Indian pump the all cot- selling inferior cuts. Here in the cap- I finally got a supply of Doan's
kin is white"burr variety, which he pre- ton pests. The more worms destroyed ital of the
becoming badly mixed and far- United States the poor are ney Pills and they pave me
fers to the Sosnoski which he tried the.fewer weevils
there will be to
mers having pure seed should con- I resorting to less and less nutritious most immediately. After I had
serve it. One vine of this little native several seasons. The fruiting is very lay another harvest of eggs. Cotton food, and yet the Senate of the United three boxes, I was cured."
pumpkin Isometimes heavy. A careful search failed to discover looms up as the most profitable mon States is (
mature a hun- seriously debating whetherwe Price 60 cents at all dealers.
!I dred fruits. any boll weevils, but at last Div ey crop our farmers can plant. The shall save an annual loss of $250- simply ask for a kidney
Alvarez showed a punctured squarehe prices are good with prospects of I
I 000,000 worth of live stock. Doan's Kidney Pills the
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had picked up. Mr. Wainwright ter prices as the years roll by, bet-I same (
"Mr. President, think of the millionsof cured Mr. Merwin. Foster :\
St. Johns County-A company has carefully wiped his glasses and open- is very important for future
bought five thousand acres of land ed the square with his knife, but no tion, that we endeavor to stamp out mouths that this would help to satisfy Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ( )

near Tocoi. Three hundred acres will worms had not yet apparently, devel- the boll weevil.-Lake City Reporter. ; think of the weapon it would pro- -
be fenced and a thousand Hereford oped from the eggs. The judge's countenance vide to wage war against the wolves- .;
cattle and two hundred Duroc sows fell in dismay when he found I" of war; and yet Senators insist that nJwsisisuwijisisuisiAA >

will be put on the ranch. The remaining that the dreaded pest had invaded his FEEDING SCRUBS IS EXPENSIVE.The we shall not increase a miserable pittance J. 1

two thousand acres will be cleared fine 18-acre cotton field. Then Mr. Al- of $480,000. When the farmers I

and planted to Irish potatoes, corn, varez brought another punctured pour into the national treasury a gol-
velvet beans dairymen of the state now as den stream amounting to six or seven
cowpeas, soy beans, sor- square to Mr. Wainwright. After dis CONCRETE
ghum and other forage crops. The secting the square Mr. Wainwright never before realizes what en expensive hundred millions annually, yet they

company will erect two or three silos. looked puzzled, and presently said: thing it is to feed cows that are shall not receive in return this miser-
"Joe, let me see the pencil you made poor milk producers, says J. M. Scottof able pittance to increase the welfareof I

the punctures with." This explained the University of Florida experi- the farmer and to increase the larder ,. ..
Palm Beach County-Recent rains things, and the judge's countenance ment station. The higher the price of and the pantry of the poor; yet in j
have made the crop outlook more brightened again. feed the more it costs to feed such a the name of economy we are asked to .

cheerful. Some of the citrus trees We were then taken to a patch of cow, and unless milk prices keep pace sacrifice a quarter of a billion dollars ;
suffered with the feed prices, the greater is the worth of foodstuffs DIPPING ;
considerably by the drouth, natal grass. It was not an entire suc- annually, taking
part of the leaves and at least three- cess, for the crabgrass had got the loss.With it from our city poulation, taking it

i fourths of the fruit dropping. Al- start of it. "What 'shall I do withit the good producing cow, a centor from our armies in the field.

., though late, many velvet beans are be- ?-' asked Judge Gardiner. Mr. two raise on the price of a quartof ":\Ir. President, I would rather have

ing planted, also some cowpeas and Moore, who believes in canning everything milk offsets a considerable advance the reputation of eradicating the cat- "

grain sorghum. Sweet potatoes are from cowpeas to submarines, in the price of feed. tle tick in America than to have the I I. '-.

being planted on a larger scale than had been talking to Mr. Wainwright Even with feed at normal prices, reputation of having taken a fenced "

ever before in this county. The sweet on his pet subject, and absentmindedly the extra work required to get a cer- city. It has been said that the man VAT ; I

I potato weevil has been found in the replied to the judge's question, tain amount of molk from a scrub who makes two blades of grass grow : ;'

vicinity of West Palm Beach, and it "Why can it!" The prevailing idea herd makes the milk cost more than where only one has grown before is a i !

promises to be a serious menace in the was that natal grass must be given a if it were drawn from a herd of good greater hero than he who wades t

future. good start, by means of heavy manur- producers.The through slaughter to a throne; and yet

ing so that it can get ahead of the scrub cow has a place in agri- we sit here and pare cheese with the !

MEDICINE VS. FOOD. crab grass. culture during the present food stress American farmer when a quarter of a I :

Do not buy something which After inspecting Judge Gardiner's -she must be retained, but when the billion dollars are trembling in the For eradication of cattle fever ticks a re canals to prosperity. Every :1

, you feed your horses, cattle and you the new residence and partaking of delicious time comes to grad up the herd, she in balance the name, and of in enlightened the name of economy, cattle owner in Bradford county should have facilities fbr dipppg his "" :,

sheep, but when you want medicine, watermelons, which Mrs. Gardiner should be the first to go. Present con- in the statesmanship cattle. We can furnish all the material and BUILD A VAT it reasonable
had name of far-sighted
buy only medicine. This is what .I kept in the refrigerator for ditions fully demonstrate it. a policy cost <
you what visitors we are going to cut down :
that an ,
might come, the ap- ,i
already have. You have food which
1 party returned to Starke, satisfied propriation of $480,000 to save the na-

get We sell in B.it A.and Thomas'guarantee Stock it to Remedy.be med that some of the cotton fields may yet What is LAX-FOS foodstuffs.tion incaluable treasures in the way of sMVBHBBBHM HHHMHMMB BBH9B> *eBBiQuigley j

icine. We tell that it will tone escape the boll weevil. UX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA We have wasted already

; the entire you of stock and up I A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Catharticand almost one-tenth of the amount asked Lumber and '
system
your 4
aids digestion, thereby causing them TM OuWM Tblt DOM Hot AffKt TIM Hud Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark, for in our deliberations upon this bill.I Supply >>. 1
BecuM ol its tonic and laxative effect.fcAXATIVE Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black hope the amendment offered by ;I -
to all of the food value of the
get out Quinine BROMO tut does QUININE is better than ordmir Root,May Apple Root,Senna Leaves and the Senator from Utah will be defeated Starke Fla.wuulJuJuuuuuwuJ. "
grain that you feed them.-Sold by not canst nervousTjess ncrtiding ,
In head. Remembrt the lull name and Pepsin.Combines strength with pala- by the Senate, because the Senate \
D. C. Jones, Starke, July 6 13 20 27. took Iw the iiffoi'.ur olw'. GROVE. Z'c. table aromatic taste. Does not gripe. SOc of the United States, it must be said,


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; : FBIDAY, JULY 20, 1917, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVENBy ;

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; _ _ .- [ng that evening. To his conversational from America said at the table. She oegan In her friendly tones "you said ing at NW corner of Northwest Quarter of Mrs. Kate Brown-Lots 9 10 11 12 13 If 15 16

awhile ago the general might mistake Northwest Quarter and run East 525 feet .of blk 4 as extended on Enaej's ,ap- -
sallies she
had
answered with
has in her head.
eyes South 105 feet. West 625 feet. North 105 feet from $1.800 to 2500.
i indifference, and now at table she divided "I think he still trusts you cap-tain." you for a spy. Don't you have a great to: point of beginning, said land lying and being Wm. Bryan-Pel'Nlnal-fro:} tlCO.Gu to

iflkie the her favors between General the Indian replied. "Aud tonight we deal of trouble with spies in your armyIn in Section 33. Township 6, South Range 20000. .
22 East. Also the following described real estate A. &ss nt-All block 26. L. 'i4.,& Co.'s Add-
. Crandall! and the perky little consul must act The fleet sails at noon to wartime? Everybody took us for in Alachua County. Florida to-wit: East from $800.00 to $1.000. .

across the table. It seemed to Wood- morrow." spies in Germany, and In France they half of Southeast Quarter of Section 26, Town. Bradford County Abstract Co.'-Personal- J
ship 7. Range 14, to the highest and best bid from $500.00 to $1,000.H .
: house that she added lash '.' thought poor Henry was carrying
purposely a
I "We? Woodhouse was on his guard der for cash. Y. Brown--Lou 13 anil 14 blk 35, ftfk's
Lines of cruelty to her Joy at the approaching I at once. "What do you mean by 'we?' bombs to blow up the Eiffel tower." E. M. JOHNS. addfrom .10.00 to $:5.0{', .

departure on the morrow. Jalmihr Khan smiled at the evasion. "Perhaps I can answer that question 7-6-51. Commissioner. H. Y. Brown-Blk 27 Terafale'a IId.--*{rom .
$25.00 to $30.00.
The talk turned to art and the man "Yesterday in this room cap-tain. 1 better than Captain Woodhouse," the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED W. E. Bo-an-Lou 3 ani 4, blk 32, Johns .

I ERR BIG ERS from Kewanee even had the stolid general burned a roll of plans"- general put In, rising and striding over UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. add-from $400.00 to $50u.0i.
EAFL LAWS OF FLORIDA Abram Bessent-Personal-.from $50U <,> to
wiping the tears from his eyes by "Which I had good reason to wish to where Mrs. Sherman kept the captain Notice is $1.000. ;
that
hereby given B. E. Hall purchaser
AND the description and criticism of some saved," Woodhouse caught him up. prisoner. "Captain Woodhouse, of Tax Certificate No. 180. dated the J. F. Colley-One A land loun-led! E by 1'rvad- I

ROBERT WELLS RITCHIE : of the masters his w ife had trotted him "No matter, I burned them-at a moment you see, would not be so likely to come 5th day of July. A. D. 1915. has filed said certificate way street N by land at 41 L. Johns f
around to admire. in my office, and has made application W by Christian street S ly land .1'\ E. *
when you were-In great peril. In touch with those troublesome '
Moitt
t: 1915. by the Bobbs-Mer- per- ITEMIZED ESTIMATE. -from $800.00 b $I000. .
(. copyright rill Co.f "Willy, you'll be interested to knowwe cap-tain." sons as one in command of a post, like I Office of Board of Public Instruction of Mrs. E. C-t"roft-Lots 2 S ana 4 and N'j of j

got a painter In Kewanee now,'' "Burned them, yes; perhaps to trap myself." The most delicate Irony barbs: for tax certificate deed to embraces issue in the accordance following with described law. to lot 75000.5 of blk C of Jon' <*' add-from $ 00.00
"
Henry J. cried. 'Member young me further." ed this speech lost to all but the one property situated in Bradford county Flor. Mrs. A. F. Drillers A in SE for of SE!,.. i
SYNOPSISjut Frank Coales-old Henry Coales' son? ida to-wit: of SE'i-from $250.00 .
: The Indian made a gesture of Impa for whom it was meant to $400.00.
Well he turned out to be artist. Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter. of C. S. Durlinir-Personal-from $1,000 to- $500.
f previous to the outbreak of the Eugf an tience. "Oh, excellent discretion!" be "Oh, I know I'm going to hear some- See. 25, Tp. 7. S. R. 21 E.. 40 acres. J. M. Dubose--Lot 8 of blk 34. Johns add-

a war Jane Gerson. buyer for a New Too bad, too; his folks was fine people. cried In suppressed exasperation. "But thing very exciting!" Mrs. Sherman The said land being assessed at the date of from $75.00 to 10000.

I. fork house meets a Captain Woodhouse But Frank was awfully headstrong we waste time that Is precious. Tonlght" the issuance of such certificate in the name J. W. 'ardll---Lot 4 of Ilk 1. L. T. It Co's.
P: train for Paris. He tells her he is en about art. Painted a war picture about chortled. "Kitty you'd better hush up of N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shall add-from $500.00 to $80000. ,
tit' for ES'>"Pt. Willy Kimball for awhile and come x redeemed according to law tax deed will Mrs. M. J. F(>uts-31;, A beg 327 ft N -f SW
f? roUte as big as that wall there. Couldn't find "Before another word Is spoken let here. You issue thereon on the 20th day of August. A. cor of SE'i of NEt, and run N SCII ft. .
.- Louisa! a spy meets Dill)' Capper. an- a buyer right away, so he turned It have card Wilhelm- over can Improve your mind D. 1917. E 748 ft.SSOft. W 792 ft to be* -from f
I, !.r Spy In lierl-n.; She promises him a me your -your better listening to the generaL" Witness my official signature and seal this $100.00 to $200.00.
',1'; 1-: -tlur and a nuialier with the U'llhelmise. over to Tim Burns, who keeps the saloon strasse number" Woodhouse demanded. Crandall soon was the center of t the 9th day of July. A. D. 1917. llbert Gnann-Lots 3 4 S 9 of bk! C Jc?. inJC'a
joll on Main street. Been W. T. add-from $100.00
4 Then V.'codhouse meets Louisa busy ever WEEKS to $200.00.
observed by some American tour- since, sort taking it out in trade, you group. He began with sober direct- Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County Fla. Mrs. Minnie E. Griffin-Lou 1 2 $ of blk 8 .
" an4 \I "I carry no card. I am more discreet By R. A. WEEKS. Temple's add-from :S900.00: to 1600. !J
tH Henry Sherman and family. might say. than-some," the other answered insin ness: 7-13-6t. (SEAL) Deputy Clerk. J. D. & P. L. GasJ.ins-Pel'&Oflal-IIIO.OO to 'I

- \Toodhousa (the name Is assumed) Is in Table talk was running at a gay rate "Well, In the matter of spies In war $5,000.Owen .

. a plot with Louisa to Impersonate an English uatlngly. time, Mrs., Sherman, one Is struck by NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Gardiner-Lot 5 of bile 11 L. T. A CoV
when Mrs. who had sent frequent
Sherman "No card? Your number then?" UNDER SECTION add-from $300.00 tt) $500.0(1.( '
8 OF CHAPTER .
officer of that name who Is 4888,
t to be
the fact of their resemblance to the A. P.
. searching glances at Captain LAWS OF FLORIDA. H.ffman-Pe"-1nalI.m *:JOO00 to
Conferred from \Vady Haifa to take Jaimlhr Khan brought his lips closeto
\ plague-you never can tell whenthey're Hereby notice is given that T. J. Alderman 1000.
Woodhouse over the nodding buds of
of the signal tower
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charge at Gibraltar. the white man's ear and whispereda purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered Mrs. Alice Humphrey.I'eraonaIfm00 to
c ;, Voodhouse. by agreement purloins Cap- the flower piece In the center of the number."Is going to get you or whence respectively 17;, 87, 105 and 189 issued by the $200.00. ( :

, M/I p WUhelmstnis&e number. board, suddenly broke out: they came. Now here on the Rock I Tax Collector for Bradford County, Florida Mm. Bomta F.. Jonet- 42 ft of lot S*U1U 20 '
J that not correct? he asked. each of said certificates being dated July 5th -from $1,100 to $lnflO. ,
proceeds to Alexandria "Aw, Captain Woodhouse now I remember have reason to believe we bare one or
"; Woodhouse and Woodhouse nodded curtly. A. D. 1915 has filed said certificates in my (Cliff Johnson -Personal-from $100.fO to
;; |In Eamleh peeks Dr. Koch a German spy. where I've seen you before! I more spies busy this minute." office and has made application for tax deedto 20000. {

Ha shows him the number. Capper appears thought your face was familiar the "And now that we are property Introduced Jane Gerson, sitting where the light issue in accordance with law. The said J. F. Kickliter Personal-from 1A50 to

i j and makes! trouble. ," Jalmlhr began, with a sar- certificates respectively embraces the following $1.500. 4 ;
minute I set my eyes on you this even- smote her face, drew back into the G. C. \'inlllton-I.ot
lands in Bradford County. Florida assessed at 7 8 9 10 of I.IJ D of
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: alia! Koch's donlc smile "may venture a criticism
Woodhou ; suspicions. Ing. shadow with a swift movement of protectiveness. the date of the issuance of such certificatesin Jones adil-fmm $7.;:>0.flO to $<0fl.fliu
1 Capper secretes himself In a neighboring ? Your pardon, cap-tain, but our the names respectivtly hereinafter particu- -ivinsston.. Truby & Co.: --E1blk 4 '. K 7,
;; garden and spies on. Dr Koch.. Jaimihr Khan, who stood behind the critics they help us to per-fectlon. Woodhouse, who balanceda larly get forth, to-wit: except lot 5 blk 5. L. T. & (Wadd-

.1 sees the real Woodhouse- -- general's chair, arms folded and motionless ( dainty Satsuma coffee cup on his Certificate No. 17 embraces the Southwest from $540.00 to 8'7f.00.Alex < j.
Capper borne who from
when have
f, t out unconscious from Dr. Koch's house swiftly lifted one hand to his Since men come knee, kept his eyes on his superior's Quarter of Northeast Quarter. Sec 10, Tp. 5, MerrickLota 3 ar.d 4 of blk 31. T. 4 '
! the Wilhelmstrasse allowed themselves S. R. 20 E.. 40 acres assessed Unknown. CO'B. sub-from $3(>0.00 ID '\1i0.1.>' ]
;:. / ani follows the pseudo Woodhouse to GI- lips.: but Immediately mastered himself to make love In drawing rooms?" face with a mildly interested air. Certificate No. II'; embraces S'i of lot 2 or F. T. Norman Personal fn.m fl, .-0 to II

*' braltar. The latter stops overnight with again. General Crandall looked up "In fact," Crandall continued evenly, Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter. Sec. $800.00. >
:I Joseph Aimer proprietor of the Hotel "You mean""You 26. Tp. 6, S. R. 18 E.. 40 acres assessed Un Henry Pecford-Lots 2 and 4 of blk 4.V T.
"I If
shouldn't be
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with a sharp crinkle of interest between surprised one, pot-
:> Splendide. and a German spy. Louisa Is and the young woman from known. & Co's. subfrom JlOn.OO to $2)4 G.
L' .c* at Gibraltar In disguise. his eyes. Captain Woodhouge.perturbe& sibly two,;sples should be arrested before Certificate No. 105; embraces Lots 3 and 4.. J. a l'oppell-Lot I. kk! E and l I"t 1)t1 between
America-when I found you together of block 19 in Worthington, assessed Unknown. B and Jones aid -( v
I: Henry Sherman and family are stopping turned to the Kewanee here yesterday"- the night Is over. And the point Certificate No. 189 embraces W'i of North- to $1.000. E rm

j ;; at the Splendide. Suddenly Jane Gerson dowager. I about this that will interest you lailles west Quarter of Southwest Quarter. See. 4, Tp. Mrs. Annie E. Pettit -LoU 5 6 and T of blk
If having'Itb difficulty left Paris. "That Is my affair was Wood. 7 S. R. 22 E. I 25-from $900.00 tc $1.250.T. .
appears "You have seen me before. Mrs. Sherman is that cue of these, the cue whose order 20 acres. assessed James Clark.
1, All await a boat. house's hot response. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed I J. Poppell-Lot 3 of blk I. M.tth*.*' add
?" for arrest I have already given, is according to law. tax deed will issue fmm T50.no to00..
thereonon
J i Lady CrandalC!: the American wife of GIt "I am sure of It." the lady announcedwith "The affair on which we work-this a woman-a very clever and pretty the 20th day'of August, A. D. 1917. J. T. Quitley-Lot 3 and N 3" ft <.<{ lot 5
Ii braltar1 governor visits the Splendide. Isdelighted night-that Is my affair, be verse Witness my official signature and seal, this of blk 37. Johns add -fmm $'lO to
f 1 with Jane's samples of gowns decision. The other diners were sure!" There was something of menace woman, I may add to make the story the 10th day of July A. D. 1917. 51000. ,

and Invites her to stay at Government listening now."Indeed more fntc-restill" W. T. WEEKS. J. -Ix>ta 246 and I of i Ik 34.

Bouse. Woodhouse encounters Jane. but And where?" Woodhouse in the Indian's tone. "And the other whose arrest may SEAL) Clerk. Johns add -from $500.00 to P"...'*..
tenles any previous meeting. Woodhouse bowed to his demand for By R. A. WEEKS J. T. Quirley--Lot\ 8 of blk 3.rom 100.00
was smiling polite attention. an explanation. "That young woman, follow i is an aranuplice of hers, I takeit M3-6U Deputy Clerk.ADMINISTRATOR'S to $250.00.Quigicy *

Almer Informs Woodhouse that a friend "Why, at the Winter Garden In Berlin general NYoodlioiise put the question Lumber t Supply Co.Lt 8*of blk,
it halipens must be kept our
fc stationed at Government House and as on 6-from ftOO./O to $250.111. i
a month ago! Mrs. Sherman was with easy indifference. lIe was NOl1r FINAL Quigley Lumber
&
that from the signal tower every mine side. She saw me In France, when SETTLEMENT. Supply Co.Elf v/ lot 1
hugely satisfied with her identification. stirring his ('of 'e abstractedly."Not and all lots 3 S and 7 -from
to the harbor can be exploded. The Brit Captain Woodhouse was supposed to NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8. $500.00 to $800.00. ::

1&1I1eet Is due. be in Egypt" only the accomplice I but the 1917. I will present to the County Judge of I.. E. Roberts-p.rsonal-CroD $50tf to

brains for both, c.i]>tiin: -u deueedly Bradford County. Florida my final account 0
his
Woodhouse I II
pays respects to General :50.10.
"Ah, soV" Jaimlhr[ Inclined his head and vouchers of the estate of Calvin Moit, deceased
: Crandall. and Capper follows to inform clever I'm frank admit." J. F. Rhoden--Personal-fn.m $ to
with a slight gesture craving pardon. person. to I. and apply for the approval of same I $350.00. 1/,1
upon him and tells of his experience at "Oh. people' romp nud sec the flag- and for my final discharge as such administra Luvenia
Robinson
fiamleh.Crandall. "For that reason you make a couquestI -LoU. 2 and 3 nf blk 5. L.
tip.. signalhi;; tl the rostof the fleet tor.Dated T. & Co's. add sub-from $25000 to
did not un-derstand. this the 30th
has his suspicions aroused concerning \\l ? day of March. A. D. $300.00.
Woodhouse. but nevertheless orders "No matter. The fleet sails at noon." with its! funny! green and red lights! 1917. Sam Rosenberg-Personal from fl.juO to
A. Z. ADKINS.
Capper out of Gibraltar. "And our moment Is here-tonight." Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott deceased 1000.
Mrs. A S.
nine Sternburg-LoU 6 h 9 aol
Crandall questions Jane Gerson about Jaimihr whispered in exultation. "Not 11:1: ; 1 I 11'ly Starke, Fla. J-30-6mo. .10 of blk 12 and lob 4 5 I 7 'I S 10 11

Woodhouse, suspecting a previous acquaintance until tonight did they admit you to the J : : of blk 17. L. T. & Co's. ad.l-from (lKH'
I but gains no Information. ly 'i, I G. f MASTER'S SALE. to 3000. 4
. tower cap-tain. How I is it there? i I'' t Mrs.
JJ Angie S. Sternburg
I' Hereby notice is riven that under and by -Personalfrom t
Almer scfids Woodhouse a warning that "A simple matter-with the combination !I+! )! I virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure $50.00 to 50000. i {

te bas been denounced by Capper. making to the'door of Room [)." : 4J ) made and entered by the Judge of the Southern Express Co.- Personal-f.iin* 8610.00
?:i .I" or 4 t Rth Judicial M. Sparkman lot land Ixmml-M Ny
Jane an unconscious go-between. { Circuit of Florida in and for R
With single stride the Indian :
a was .I blk E .
--r. .. \ 111 Bradford County in chancery on the 25th 31. an I S ry Ry. W Thompsonstfrom
Woodhouse Is put to a severe test and' over before the.door of the wall safe. : ;."J'. ". ", ...1 j"-,'A 1 t day of June, A. D .191';. in favor of W. T. $1,000 to $1,500. !
cross examination at Government House. lie pointed. ( 't( '\ ,.,, :' .,:.:r .' Weeks as complainant and against Caesar Starke Telephone Co.--Person!.-from $2.5110to

I bat manages to allay suspicions. Jane I .' ..., (,h., r1 Davis and his wife, Iay Davis as defendants, 4000.
helps him at a critical moment. "The combination of tile inner doorit X \ '' '- -. .'- / .j .,It"t the undersigned as Special Master in Chan- G. W. Snellgrove-Pe'sona1f $;1.1 to
is iu a special coinpaitinont of that ... f .-> cery will offer for sale and sell in front of $200.00.Southern .
The British fleet enters the harbor.Crandall's t J -ZT -". : ''''''.... the court house door in Starke. Bradford Bll Telephone Co.-1'eMonol_fn-m
safe protected by wires. Before .. '-
Indian body servant, Jaimlhr many *' I I County Florida during the legal hours ol( 225.00 to $800.00. _
Khan. reveals himself to Woouhouse as a dawn 1 cut the wires and come to you ) ....*. z r. J( \ sale on Monday, the 6th day of August A. D. N. Stemberg-P.rson"l-from $1>M to $2-
& 1/
German spy. with the com ination." / \I v1 v\." (. ,. cF.1j:;: 1'17 to the highest and best b'dder for cash, Fred 400.
the following: described K,2f,0 1 $3.0110.
real StumrPer.nal-rrm
estate lying and
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Lady Crandall gives a dinner. and Mrs. "At whatever hour is Lest for you" ( ( )W "being in Bradford County Florida, to-wit Hard\'are Personal--from<$60t.0i
Woo house in ) .(...... ,,. Seven to $800.00.
Sherman mentions havIng seen Wood- put eagerly. tearV ._... .j" acres more or less in the Southwest
house in Berlin. which he denies. Jalmlhr / : corner of Southeast Quarter of Northwest J. M. Truby-Lot 1 and 2 of blk 2 TVmple'a
"Let us say 3;::0.( Jaimihr aus Iqi- Quarter of Section Twenty-two Township Six to 'ItOII :
Khan Informs Woodhouse that e'er.thlngIlludy will be waiting for me at the __. South. Range Twenty-two Ea t. J. M. Truby--Personal--from SI.60 h> $350.
the fleet. !
for blowing up j.
to $350.00.
Hotel Splendide ilb-our friends -.: ,'-.- ...- A. S. CREWS.
Crandall catches Woodhouse making Jaimihr Khan Lifted One Hand to His Special Master in Chancery. Truhy & Thnma Refining {u.--Iot. / and 7
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there. I shall to there ; : -
give
come you ___ D. E. KNIGHT. blk 2. Temples add-frm to
her Lips. U01.00
love to Jane. Later he questions again V"S; ) $500.00.Truby .
the and bhall Solicitor
combination for ComplaInant
and informs her that Woodhouse Is aboutto you you go 7-6-5t 4
be arrested but elicits nothing. She appealed to her husband for con through: ; the lines to the signal tower.'' N- .: i..... ..?-. If/:'s from& Thomas$500.00 Refrigerator to $1 000. Co.-P, rional- '

at Government House. lirmation. Remember, father, that 'There must be uo slip." Woodhouse '*(,>' '. Dissolution Notice. E. M. Thomas-I'eaonaI-from $3"0.00 to
Wakln at night
I mistook for Albert Downs sternly warned. iJ"AIK $500.00.J. .
gentleman
Jane discovers Jaimlhr Khan prowling
By mutual consent the Lawtey Telephone O. Turner-Personal-from $375.00 to
about cutting wires and abstracting private back home that night ve saw that-er "Not on my part cnp-tnln-count on $700.00.
oilier is of
the an aocomplic has this
been dip-
Company
She gives an alarm. and day J. W. White & Son
papers. -wicked performance T'"Can't hat; For the years I have been wait ers.." from400 to
Crandall solved G. C. Wooten from $2.000.
appears.One retiring
say I do. Sherman answe.etltolerantly. ing. waiting. Five years a servant-
said business and W. C. Wooten Inking Jo Hill Wiiam -f t-m J50.00 to
It was Jane wl I b: li'i.l suddenly I risen .
crowded yes, my general; no. my general; very : 500.,1.
t more luciuvut of a ( yes Woodhouse still smilin nddrcsseJ good; my general." The man's voice and stcod by I li' <-ni-ta ins s.-reonlns over the entire holdings, belongings W. T. 'Aeeks-AH blk 2 and lots 345678.
terday gave Woo lJOu e a crust for telephones, lines and electrical 9 10 1 12 and N>j of lot 2 and 13 of
rumination unmn&kin:; Jaimlhr Mrs. Sherman: vibrated with hate. "Tomorrow, near the IJlkulIirup"s.: "Tlioy loik like fixtures blk L. f. & Co.'s aild-from 52.700 to
"Frightfully sorry to disappoint you. dawn-the English fleet shattered and Ktt'e! lowers! : )>;i".i"r nirl !ll1Ittlu;:." appertaining thereto. $3,000.Wali .

Khan, the Indian had elected for himself Mrs. Sherman. but I was I\'t!> In IScrlln ablaze in the harbor-the water red. I I The girl's ti\t'ri''II w-is !'uJ: /-it'llt to The business will be run at the same Bros.--lots 1 and 3 .li 9--from $00 to
at that critical minute when it $1.000.
lay a month ago. I came ere from :. like[ blood with the flames. Then, by I take interest 1"Uh.t'I'i': : \ friraner; place under the name as heretofore, Wall Bros.--Pei>oral Ice Plant from $00 to
in his power to betray the straugor in : Lawtey Telephone Co. the said
several toe breath of .Allah service ends1CHAPTER by $5,000.
Egypt 'where I had boon my al Crandall's n"vltt\ :($n. ."lieu! : all htdclustend :
the garrison The captain reviewedthe I Ar. C. Wooten, and the said G. C. L. A. Wynn-Lots 5 and'7 of blk 31, Johns
Woodhouse heard Jane at his annin.l tlu windows
conversation
years. : addfrom 1 50.00 to $50fl.i'0.
incident with great satisfaction: Wooten assumes all debts and liabilities -
L. A. Wynn-Personal-from 859( to $250.00
elbow catch her breath. XIX.A skipiH'd to the! lU' t. its pnwer Uf
bow of a !sudden the wily Indian halt : due by the said firm to this date J. C. Wills-Personal$00 to $1.000.
changed from an enemy holding a. "See. mother there you go on your Defiance.Ivr'CES and the nit-n whoore ready to do Dated June 30, 1917. YounTrading Personalfrom $1,500 to

man's life in his hand to that "friend old bobby of rcct'; nlzln' folks." Sherman sounded in the hallway battle I In-hind i its I huiKircds: guns. Signed G. C. WOOTEN $1.750.

in Government Hou e" of whose exist. chided. Then to the others: the double doors. Jal- Mrs.: !Shcriiiaii! ws disi( pointtil that 7-6-4t. W. C. WOOTEN., E. S. MATTHEWS.

ence the cautious Aimer had hinted "Why she's seen all Kewanee sine Khan a finger to his the ships did I not sOlid up rockets Attest.:A. Chairman Council.C. .

but whose identity he had kept con she came here to Europe. Even got a nodded us Le whispered fhe'd read somowhere that: ships sent FINANCIAL STATEMENT. Clerk.FUTCH. '

cealed. Almer had said that this glimpse of the Methodist minister at Three-thirty at the Spleudide.: He up rockets and: sin- didn't! see why Monthly financial statement of Bradford I ,

"friend" Monte Carlo." faded like a white wraith through the these should tlu exception. Interruption county for the month of June, 1917.
could lay his hand on the prove General Fund . . . .

combination to room D In the signal "I have never been in Berlin In m.- door to General Cran alrs room as the raiae from Jaimihr Khan. balance June 1. 1917 ------------- 5.8S3.3Receipts :: .

tower when the proper moment ar life Mrs. Sherman," Woodhouse wasadding. double doors cpened and the masculine who bore a inc-shaKe for Consul Ileyn- during month __________..__ 557.03 :
Disbursements during month ________ 1.387.1 < TRAIN SCHEDULE.f .
rired. Now that he knew Jaimihr "So of course"- faction of the dinner party en olds. The fussy little man ripped open Balance July 1. 1917 5.003.2 -
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Khan In his true stripe'Woodhouse "WelL I suppose I am wrong," the tered. Woodhouse rose from a stoop the envelope' with an air of Importance. Outstanding warrants .____________._ 45.00 New time table went into effect ..

made no doubt of his ability to fulfill lady admitted. "But still I could ing position at the telephone and faced .,.\h. listen folks! Here we have Balance June Fine 1,and 1917 Forfeiture_________Fund______ 2442.74 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 'C .

Aimer's prophecy. swear." them. To the general, whose sharp the latent wireless from the Pasouia: Receipts during month _____n_______ 486.72 and trains will ,191 .

And The who had kept a cold scrutiny stabbed like thin knives he Will anchor uUmt 2-sail G. Have all Disbursements during month ______ 947.99 run as :
the moment would be governor .
proper made The Balance July 1. 1917 ________________ 1981.47 .
this night! Tonight on the eve of the eye on his subordinate during this plausible explanation. beg- passengers almard by OJIO.i; Excited Outstanding warrants _____________ 101.0Road Jacksonville to Tampa. .

great fleet's sailing what Woodhouse cpllequy, now caught Woodhouse's gar who lost his bag wanted a complete gurgles from the refugees "That Fund ___ __ --- --_-
identification of It-had run it Balance June 1, 1917 __________ 5,414.29
had come to Gibraltar to do must be glance. The captain smiled frankly. menus Kcynolda wound up with a Receipts during month .__-__...... 831.46 No. 1-____________11:14 p. m. .

accomplished or not at allLady "Another such unexpected Identifica. down at Algedras. flourish. "e\erybody at the docks by 5; Disbursements during: month ______._ 3004.94 No. 15 "Floridian"____2:37: m. .
p.
have In "I understand" Crandall grunted. Balance July 1, 1917 ____________ 3240.81 '
Crandall's dinner In government tion, general and you'll me o'clock. He there myself to see you .
When the cigars were lit General Outstanding warrants _____________ 31.50
house was In full tide of hilarity. Un- the cells as a spy I dare say." be re off. Must go now-lot of fuss and Outstanding Fund <> Jacksonville to Cedar fief. .

der the heavy grolned ceiling the spread marked. Crandall excused himself for a minute feathers getting everybody fixed." He Balance June 1, 1917 _____.__________ 3,127.29 <> No.21--------------- 4 50 m. .
p.
sat at his desk and hurriedly Receipts during month ____________ 344.94 '
table with Its napery and silver, was "Quite likely," Crandall answered Jaimihr. paused before ..Jane."You're Disbursements during month -__...__ 2,917.55 .

the one spot of light In the long shad. shortly, and took up his fork again. A scratched a note. Summoning going home at last young Balance July 1, 1917 ________________ 554.68 $ Tampa to Jacksonvilh.a
he ordered that the note be dispatchedby Outstanding warrants __________.___ 3,461.37 j j..<> No. ;
owed dining room. Round It sat the maid stepped to Lady Crandall's chairat orderly direct to Major Bishop and lady" he chirped. Drainage Fund I 4--------------- 3:2? p. m. .

refugees-folk who had eaten black this Juncture and whispered some- "That depends entirely on Miss Ger Balance June 1. 1917 _____________ 1399.12 No. 2_____-___ __ 4:51: a. m. 4
given to no other bauds. Woodhouse. Receipts during month _____________ 617.80'
bread and and called that a latter to Wood- <$ No. 16 "Floridian" __. 5:51 4
The spoke who m.
sausage thing. herself. It was the general p.
who overheard his superior officer'scommand son Di.bursements during month ________ 1.647.89',
4
meal who had dodged and twisted un. bouse: spoke quietly, but emphatically. Balance July 1. 1917 ___*________ 269.03 I 1 <
was filled with vague ap- Outstanding warrants _____ _____ '. Jle.
er the careless scourge of a war beyond In n 9,988.16. Cedar Key to Jacksonv
"You're wanted on the telephone What Mrs Sherman had Reynolds looked at him surprised. (
prehension. Railroad Bond | No. 20___________ 9:1a. 4
their understanding and sympathies the library, captain. Very importantso said at table-this hurried note to Bishop "Why, I understood It was all ar Outstanding warrants _______-__.. 5,750.00 < : m.
ridden In springless carts, been at the other Bradford County. Julv 14. 1917. I* j <
the J
Importunate person ranged"
bullied ; there was but one Interpretation to STATE OF FLORIDA. | Starke and WanneeJ A
and hectored by military martinets end of the wire Informs the maid." give to the nfTair-Crandall's suspicions "I rl'fI<'I\t. it depends entirely on Miss I hereby certify that the foregoing statement 4 (Daily Except Sunday)
and beggared by panicky banks. of the receipts and disbursements I <
of the funds
looked his confusion.
Woodhouse
were all alive asain. Yet at Gerson. 4 No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 ,
Now with the first of freedom of Bradford county for the month of June. a. m. i
glimpse "Probably that sill)' assent the quay 330-at: the Hotel Spleudide. Woodhouse caught the look of tear 1917. is true and correct to the best of my 4 No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45: p. m. I

already sight and under the warm. who lost a bag of mine when I land- But when Crandall came back to In Jane's eyes. and, ns they fell for the knowledge and belief. 4 4

Ing Influence of an American hostess'rMl ed," he apologized as he rose. "If Join the circle of smokers he was all Instant on his something else-appeal Clerk W. T.Circuit WEEKS.Court. T. J. GRIFFIN, (

American meal they were swept you'll pardon me"- geniality. The women came III by way He turned his head ik-kly. Lady Bradford County.By Agent. 4

off their feet by high spirits almost Woollhouse passed up the stairs and of Jane Gcrsuu's room; they had been Crandall saved the situation. R. A. WEEKS 4

childlike. Henry J. Sherman, Kewatee's into the library. lIe was surprised to taking a farewell peek at her dazzling; "Oh. that's just s'-nie more of Deputy Clerk. I $ 44 444 4)9 )4) '

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vagrant son returning from painful find Jalmlhr Khan standing by the stock of gowns they said: before they George's eternal red tajv.! I'll snip It PUBLIC NOTICE. ,
pilgrimage sat at the right of Lady
telephone, his hand Just In the act of were packed for the steamer. when the time c inne." List of assessment changed by the Board of' r. .
Crandall His pink face was glowing "There two I Just had to Week. equalization of the Town of Starke, Florida.
setting the receiver back on the hook. was cue or (nnn'ipd! Next ) !
with humor. To Consul Reynolds, who upon the real and personal property for 1917 General InsuranceI
The Indian stepped swiftly to the double see again. Mrs. Sherman explainedfor filed with the clerk for publication according
iwore he would have to pay for thus the the benefit of all. "before I said to law.J. .
neglecting his consulate for so much doors and shut them behind them." + + + + + l, + + + + + f + + W. Andrews & Son-2 A of land beg at represent none but FIRST
to
as two hours had fallen the honor of captain."A thousand. pardons captaln"hespoke goodby"Well don't get into trouble: with the + LEGAL NOTICES 4'P I SE streets cor and of run Madison south 420 and ft.Westmoreland E 210 ft. N CLASS companies and fvill be r

escorting Mrs. Sherman to table. Willy hurriedly "the cap-tain will minister 1l1'lbl'r" henry J. ,,"a rued.'Some' + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 420 ft. W 210 ft. to beg--from J100.00 to constantly on the alert lo promote -
$150.00.
KImball, polished as to shirt bosom of the French I've I i interests.
gowns seen COMMISSIONERS SALE. H. Au4' in SW of your Guarantee
stand near the telephone. They may acres cor NI';' of SW ,
and sleek hair had eyes and ears for on this trip certainly would stir thingsup Notice is herettf given that under and by 14 oi NW14 380 ft N and S and 508 ft courteous treatment to All pa.
the at
none but the blithe Kitty. Xest to come from dining room any in Kewanee." virtue of an order made on the IPth day o E and W. -22-from 1250.00 to $350.00. I, .
General Crandall sat Jane Gerson. radiant minute." June. A. D. 191';. by J. T. Wills Judge of the J. 51. Alvarez- (>l'Onal-from I4.6UO to trons. A well written p" licy by
the loffee. Wood-
Jaimihr served
"What is all this?" Woodkouse be- Circuit Court in and for Bradford Counts 000. 14'.1 a first-class agent in A first-
In a dinner gown of tricky gauze house tried iu maneuver .late into a Florida. I will ecu at public outcry in frontof A. 0. Andreu-2'-i; acres E of Ry in SE'j ,

oferlald on silk. At her right was gan. "I was called on the telephone.L" I tete-a-tete in an angle! of the mssiveI the court house door in Starke. Bradford of SW'.. bounded N by Johns add. WI| class company sometime; m.aD
"A call 1 had inspired captain. It County. Florida. on Monday the 6th day of by Ry. S by See. line and E by CherrySt.
CaPtain much in of loss b fire.
Woodhouse In proper uniformdinner fireplaie. but !'lie outgeneraled; him. August. A. D. 1917. during the legal hours of also lots 9 and 10 nf blk 47 in Johns I I cane >;
coat faced with red and sold J was necessary to see ypu-at once and and the (ol. Tvant Mrs. :Sherman ror- sale on said day for the purpose of the parent add--from $260 to $300. .

Of the whole Woodhouse I I alone." of the debts of E. W. Drivers deceas- A. O. Andreu-Pt-Nonal-from 50.00 to H. C. RICHARD Starker '
company nered him ii.e.tiiby."T'li ,
in $15
td all the followir.p described real estate .00.
alone appeared constrained. The girly "Tactless! With the general suspect- m" <*->"t-'in \VoixJhoijse." !'ohl Bradford County. Florida. to-wit: Commenc- S. L. Ah'aru-P(>r.onal-from 00 to $250 00.ei ;.

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rAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY-. JULY .'" U17. <
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)1l HAMPTON. .Mr. S. B. Roberts, of Worthington, moved to that city. We are sorry to NEBO. !
l was in town Tuesday with his two lose this estimable family, but wish J LMr ,
'ft daughters, Misses Maude and Louise. them much success. Mrs. Smith and f

:1'1t tf\ : Mrs. C. E. Harper is home again, Mr.' Roberts has a garage in Worth- three children came last Sunday. We : and Mrs. Virgil Brown, of Ploy',
after an extensive visit with relatives ington. wet me this family to our town and Jdence, were visiting: in Pi, burg !
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News Items in Missippi. I Word comes from Mr. T. B. Hand- we are also pleased to know that we week. $
I County J. A. King and wife, and Mr. Frier 1 ley that he is getting along nicely and will still have a first class baker, for Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Branncn west tt' ll'
:.e and wife, of Tampa, left for their will soon be able to attend to business the short time Mr. Smith has been Lake Butler Saturday J :
'it homes Saturday, after a week's visit again. He is now in Jacksonvilleunder here, he has proved his ability to turn .1.jor: pulling is the !rder of n.' i .
relatives and friends here. out bread and cakes in secondto day r.cw. {JJJ
Intcratintf facts Gathered During the Week by Our with treatment. quality i !
i called to the One trial of Mrs M. V. Blackwt-luer ?
' U Miss Lizzie Rowe was none. his bread and went :
1 Regular Correspondents. bedside of her grandfather, M. V. BROOKER. cakes will makes that person a regular lard} last week, where sJy} V i

i Smith, at Lake City, Tuesday evening. customer of his. tc the bedside of her (laLhter, v4:i
The many friends of Willie C. Hunt Mr. L. A. Duncan and A. L. Drig- M. L. Colson, who is ill. *

of workers are glad to know that he is improving Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and gers have bought out the mercantile )Ir. T. P. Renfroe was; transact
n t ; WOODLAWN PARK. We have a splendid corps and expectto nicely, after a serious surgical opera- daughter, Inez, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Os- I business of W. L. Summers, of Provi- business in Lake Butler: Saturday '
people :
these
in young results. tion at St. Vincent's hospital, Jackson- teen and Mr. Fred Hazen attended dence. The business will be conductedby :Mr.: J.. M. GroouT ana Misses The1.
accomplish great ville. He is expected home sometimenext church at Miller Sunday. Mr. Driggers.The ma and: Lorena Alderman,of Gjilf J"
Mr. J. M. Norman motored over to week. Misses Louise Leverett and Anna Lake Butler Restaurant is to attended the sing here 8a 'Jrda1. ,

; Lawtey Tuesday. LAWTEY.Mrs. Mrs. W. E. Hamilton is spendingthe Biggers were the guest of Miss Marguerite have a thorough overhauling, arrang- -
Mr. R. H. Green is visiting relativesand week at Baldwin, the guest of rel Shriver last week.D. ing and painting and be in fine shapeto MillER.
friends in Jacksonville this week. atives. W. Pinholster, of Lake Butler, take care of the big business they : I
Mr. Troy Hudson, of Wildwood, is I Geo. Herlong, of Lake City, Miss Hattie Turner, of Leakesville, was transacting business here last anticipate doing the coming season. ______ ) ,!

spending the week here, the guest of was the guest of her daughter, Mrs.T. Miss., is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. E. week. Mike deserves a great deal of credit Messrs. B. E., J. S. and sham B t
relatives and friends. E. Adams, several days of last Harper.The Misses Mary Francis Cochran and for he started on a very small made a busines strip to JacksonrtS
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Mr. J. S. Norman was a visitor to week. social given by the Woodmen Mary Shaw, of Worthington, were the scale a few years ago, but close attention last week. tMr

Lawtey Tuesday. Mrs. Shuey, of Ocala, was the guestof Circle at the home of Mrs. Middletonon guests of Miss Inez Abernathy last to business and being a good chef and Mis. R. C. PejpleS J of ;! "
Mr. Barney Andrews, of Lake But- Mrs. E. D. Sayles the first part of week. business have Ta.
last Friday evening, was a most his has grown rapidly and vares, been spending a ', :t.
ler, was a visitor here Saturday. the week. enjoyable affair. Mr. A. B. Shaw and Dr. Matthews, he was forced to secure more help. this week visiting with pan t i,
\ Mr. Levy Norman, of the Vanderbilt Mr. Charles Dinkins was called to Dr. and Mrs. Middleton motored to of Worthington, were visitors here on Mr. Nick Voines, his partner, also arrived Hon. and Mrs H. C. Peejleg. Ul
I section, visited here Saturday.Mr. Macclenny a few days ago on accountof Jacksonville Wednesday. last Friday. last week to assist in the busi- J. S, Brown and family have I'
Mr. E. Kite has sold out his-fann the illness of his brother. The services at the Methodist church Miss Inez Abernathy entertainedat ill for a few at Lake Butler and bought the place of Miss Rosemary Hull was a visitor to will be conducted by Mrs. Barr, the her home last Wednesday eveningin ness.The following Butlerites spent a effects of vaccination I the IMr.

J)1' Mr. H. S. Hilliard here. He will move Starke Monday. pastor's wife. Mrs. Barr is a talented honor of her guests, Misses Mary pleasant day at Pablo Beach last Sun- and Mrs. W. M. Thdnas,of
here in the near future. Mrs. _William .Thornton, of Camp- speaker and a most interesting serviceis Francis Cochran and Mary Shaw, of day: Messrs. DeWitt McGill, C. T. chua, spent the week end with the Alt. *j'
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Mr. D. L Phillips and son, 0. J., ville visited relatives in ana near Worthington. Among those presenton ter's
anticipated.F. Barrett, Willeford B. Feinberg, Miss parents, Mr. and M It?i. I. E. Th0-
1 were transacting busines sin Starke Lawtey Monday. E. Henry, the popular depot this delightful occasion were: Ruby Ware, Mrs. Sarah Douglass, Mrs mas. %
f. Saturday. Mrs. Dr. Adams and children, of agent, is on duty again, after being Misses Willie Mae Nabb, Mona An- Belle Ambrose, Mr. and Mrs C. H. ] Mt s. James Casscl, of fear Midq.
.1{ Mr. Dewey Green was a visitor to Middleburg, spent several days here confined to his bed for several days drews, Leila Mae Andrews, Marie Driggers, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Stewart I died Friday night and wstf; laid to rest
Lawtey Monja). last week as the guests of Mr. and with measles. Lamb, Lottie Gainey, Ruby Gainey, and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. F. in the Fort Call cemetery.Sunday.Elder .
1 Mr. D. L. Kite, of Lake Butler, was Mrs. Thos. E. Adams. Maizie Lynn, Inez Abernathy, Mary Rivers and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. BlackweHer conducted
.. a visitor here Saturday.Mr. Mrs. E. D. Sayles and Mrs. Shuey Frances Cochran, :Mary Shaw; Messrs. Sam Singer and mother. The party hausted from the journey; the! !

; and Mrs. E. Hilliard, of the left Thursday for Pablo Beach, where RAIFORD. Earl Surrency, Pitt Baxter, Grady I went in automobiles.Mr. have the sympathy of M their friends** .
, !\ Vanderbilt section, visited here Sun- they will spend several days. Baxter, Harvey Baxter. I W. M. Overstreet spent Monday and neighbors. ,

p I day.Messrs. Messrs C. Slaughter and Fred Wil- After a number of games were enjoyed in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. B.. D. Adams
0. J. Phillips, W. H. Nor- cox, of Jacsonville, were guests Mon- J. L. Harrell, turpentine operatorand peanut candy was served.AH Mr. Fred F. Stump, of Starke, wasa last week visiting 'with; relatives spent
; man and D. L Kite motored over to day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. agriculturist, of Sapp, was a busi- reported a fine time. business visitor here this week. Greenville and I Quincy. .They ia

; ; : Starke Saturday night. A. Smith. ness visitor to Raiford Friday of last Mr. Lonnie Morgan went to Jacksonville Mr. A. D. Allen, of Arcadia, was in I the trip from Gainesville & Quincy made by

C i Kider W. S. Walters will start a re- Mrs. M. M. Friday and little son, week. last Friday night.Mr. our city this week. He is thinking of automobile and returned a"jnewhat .
f I vival meeting at the Woodlawn Bap- Nevin, were visiting friends in Law- Raiford is connected with Lawtey and Mrs. G. B. Colson motoredto purchasing a farm near here. I hausted fro mthe journe.Rev. .* etI j

tist church, here next Monday night tey last week. direct now by telephone, the Lawtey Worthington last Sunday afternoon. Prof. G. A. Evans, of Southerland Goodwin, of Center: Hill deli,. ,
... and will continue all the week. All Mr. J. J. McLeod returned to his em- Telephone Company having put! a ered two
: Rev. N. Y. Everton filled his regular College, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.L. I interesting sei ,ons at the
are invited to attend. ployment in Jacksonville Tuesday, af- 'phone into the store of A. D. AndrewsCo. appointment at the missionary Baptist A. Duncan this week. He was the Free Will Baptist churft: SatnH,.'
ter spending few days at his home last week. and .} ---""*
a church Saturday and Sunday. Professor that Casper Duncan studied Sunday. I
WORTHINGTON. here.Mrs. Dr. Seeber King, of Lake Butler, Miss Marie Lamb has been the guestof under when he was at Southerland.Miss Hon. W. 0. Brooks, nary I
il-f I J. D. Randall and little grand- was a professional visitor to Raiford Mary Shaw, of Worthington. for a Lunia Flynn, of Trenton, is performed two marriage ceremonies publi
!* daughter, Virginia, left last Thursdayfor last Friday, in consultation with Dr. few days. the guest of Miss Marguerite Duncan Sunday. Mr. Brooks stims to !f
j Miss Louise Leverett and Miss Anna the North. After spending a few A. J. Johnson.Mr. be _
; Mr. and Mrs. John Shriver and son, this week. favorite with those who'vfssh to '
- i Biggers, who had been visiting in Atlanta Ga. with relatives John Ritch taken violentlyill launch
days was Lewis, motored to Worthington Sun- Mrs. I. P. McGill and children, of their lifeboat on the sea matrimony,
, friends in Brooker, returned home Fri- they will visit other points of inter- Friday and after doing all that ISiss .
day afternoon.Mr. Key West, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Myrtie Roberts er Lake But
. I ; day. Miss Marguerite Shriver accom- est in the North and East could be done here, it was decided to Cline Dowling, Seebe Newsom 0. McGill. Mr. McGill is chief phar- ler, spent the week-end Wi. , panied them. Bessie McCormick of Gaines- | the to Jacksonville wherehe
Miss send patient and Bill Newsom, of the Graham sec- macist at the naval station at Key bel Brown.
Little Marie Lamb, of Brooker, was ville, is spending a few days here as could receive special treatment. He tion, were visitors here Saturday af West. Mr. T. H. Water wear the belt
i the week-end visitor of Shaw. uncle and aunt Mr. the hos- for
Mary the guest of her is reported as doing nicely at
n Mrs. A. B. Surrency, of Brooker, is and Mrs. A. A. Smith. pital and will likely be out again in a ternoon.Mr. Bob Surrency, of the Graham Mr. A. B. Ware, of Mayo, visited his having this section.the first open bol+j of cotton in

here. She has come'for the benefit of Sheriff W. J. Epperson,* of Starke, few days. Mr. Ritch is nearly seventyand section was in Brooker Sunday after- week.A sister., Mrs. W. M. Overstreet, this Mr. 0. B. Clark and s''n, Granville
.her health. in last Thursday on offi- his friends were much ,
Lawtey very
was many
noon in his new Buick car. of Ellisville, attended church
Mr. B. M. Leverett, Mr. A. B. Shaw ciel business. alarmed over his condition for one of telegram was received here last Sunday
Mr. J. J. Morgan happened to an ac- Furman Stokes and
and Dr. Matthews were business visi- Messrs. R. D. Bennett and V. R. his age. He has several sons and ci-lent with his car last Wednesday Tuesday informing Dr. W. H. Lee that visited Worthirgtoa Algar Thomad

tors to Jacksonville Monday, makingthe Reddish drove about 40 head of fine daughters in Bradford county, and a afternoon when he ran into a log, his sister, Mrs. Minnie McLean, of 'day evening. Sprirgs. last Satxn -
trip by auto. beef cattle to Jacksonville the first host of other relatives and friends. out of the wheel near Ocala, was dead. Dr.,and Mrs.
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breaking a spoke S. Pinkston of
t I; We are sorry to note that Mrs. G. part of last week. Mr. Avery Powell, editor of the I one light, the windshield, and an inner Lee left on the next train for that was in our midst, on rear business Worthington last-'
t W. Yarborough is on the sick list this Rev. J. H. Martin, district superin- Lake Butler Times, was a visitor to tubo bursted. city and the body was carried to Mel- Tuesday. .
-' week. We hope for her a speedy re- tendent of Jacksonville district, M. E. Raiford Friday. Miss Annie Dukes, of Jacksonville, rose for interment. Mrs. McLean was I Marion Waters made a business

covery. church, preached at Grace church last Mr. John Sapp, of Evergreen, was a who has been visiting Miss Myrta well known here and beloved by all. to Lake Butler trip v '
: Miss Ruby Ware is visiting her sis- Wednesday evening. About 7 years ago she was one of the Monday. f
business visitor here Saturday.Mr. Morgan for the past two weeks, returned Farmers are busy;) engaged in
ter, Mrs. W. M. Overstreet, of Lake I :Miss Rosemary Hull left Tuesdayfor valued teachers of Lake Butler Nor- pulling -
to her home Monday evening.Rev. .
W. R. Kersey and son, 'Riley, fodder in our section bow
Butler, this week. !' Pine Grove to begin a sixmonths'term former residents of Raiford, but now W. F. Walters will fill his regular mal and High School and will be remembered -
Miss Bernice Parker, of LaCrosse, school. as Miss Minnie Lee. Her
living near Lawtey, were in town buy- appointment next Saturday and EARLY CORjf
i is visiting Miss Florence Capell this Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clark of New- ing and seeing old friends Saturday. Sunday at the Free Will Baptist many friends and especially her for-
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week. berry, is spending a few weeks visiting Mr. Hardy Byrd, from up near the church. All invited to attend. mer pupils are deeply grieved at hear- t
Mrs. Prate and children are visit- relatives in and near Lawtey.Mr. Baker county line, was a business visitor Messrs. G. W. and A. A. Hazen, H. ing of her death. We extend our J. E. Brown, the La'-tey miller,
ing friends in Citra this week. John Smith, of Miami, was the here Saturday. P. Gainey and L. L. Morgan left to attend heartfelt sympathy to her sorrowing sends the Telegraph wj y rd that he
Miss Louise Leverett delightfully i guest few days of his brother- relatives. : ground meal and frits 1;*'t Saturday
a ago to business in Jacksonville Tuesday -
Kev. and Mrs. L. C. Futch of Van- I
entertained at dinner from this oicorn.
party Satur- year's The
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in-law Mr. W. M. Redding.Mr. afternoon. The Sanitary Market, J. E. Town- rop
day evening, in honor of Miss Anna Howe McCormick, of Jackson- derbilt, visited here Saturday.Mr. Air. Scott Andreu made a business send, Jr., manager, have moved to the early corn was grown byjBa-n; Balling
\ Biggers, of Greenville, Ga., Mr. Kirkland ville, was the guest last Sunday of his Raymond Norman was. a visitor trip to Stark Tuesday aftei noon. Andrews building two doors east. per, a thrifty colored fajmer of the

Lamb, of Tampa, and Mr. Frank his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. here Saturday. frs. John Shriver and son, Lewis, Mrs. Belle Ambrose visited Live Lawtey section. Alr. E, own slated
Lamb of Macon Ga. Mr. B. J. Rosier of Rosier Bridge, that the
I I A. Smith. mad a business trip to Lake Butler Oak last Tuesday. corn was tbornuily matured
Miss Sarah Gordon and Mrs. N. C. Rev. T. S. Stark preached at the was among the visitors here the last Monday afternoon. :Miss Sarah Jordan Captain Osteen, wife and baby, of and dry and that ft workt up as nice-
Kerce were visitors to Worthington of the week. ly as old corn.Bradford 4
Sapp Methodist church last Sunday. and Mrs. Kerce accompanied them Hastings, were the week-end guestsof
y Tuesday. They both have a hots of Mr. Arthur Pearce 'came up from Mr. Tobe Norman, of Vanderbilt, home. Mrs. Osteen here last week. county is in t& early crop

friends here who are always glad to Gainesville and spent Sunday at the was in town trading Saturday.W. Miss Edith Warren, of Clayno, wasa Mr. J. E. Snowden visited his wife and big crop bus:ness *his seam

C welcome them. home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Brooks, a prominent merchant .isitir here Tuesday afternoon.The at Raiford last Sunday. Present indications point to the most .
T. Pearce. of Starke, was in town Sunday with little infant son of Mr, nnd Mrs. Miss Dora Scarboro is visiting her bountiful harvest and th,. best times

GRAHAM. Mr. Geo. L. Massey, of Jacksonville, his family, visiting his brother, J. A. T. C.,'Hazen, who raF been .iuferir. friends in Baker county county this the county has ever knoOptic \>*(to

was transacting business in Lawteyone Brooks. for the past week with a severe attack week. -
Mrs. Frank Dense was the Tell it to the Telegraph and ten
last week.Postmaster among you
day of acute colic is slowly improving Miss Maud Milton of
Trenton visited '
C Rev. W. T. McGuire, pastor of the R. B. Jackson was a Jacksonville visitors here over Sun- under the efficient treatment of Mrs. M. V. Dekle here this week., everybody. Advertise! ; ,

Christian church here, delivered two business visitor to Starke Tuesday. day.Hon. Dr. J. C.: Bishop of A'achua. Rev. Paul Kendall, who has been ,- .
very earnest and eloquent sermons to Drayton Colley, of Starke, was visiting Ion L. Farris, of Jacksonville, Mr.
and Mrs. Willie Ward, of Dublin very sick, seems to be improving. EDGAR YES
large and appreciative audiences Sun- relatives in Lawtey one day last was a professional visitor here Sundayin Ga.. are visiting friends a..i relatives The band will continue to hold its
connection with ,
some pardon appli- .
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day.Mr. here this week. weekly bt.
J. B. Sapp with son, M. J., attended Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill were visi- cations for prisoners at the State Miss Marguerite Snriver is visiting the park.concert every Thursday nightin JACKSONVILLE/LA

I' services at the Christian tors to Starke Tuesday. Farm. Miss Louise Leverctt, of
t Worthington Broken ;
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church here Hon. James Alexander, of DeLand,
Sunday. H. D. Randall was business visitorto .
1 a a few days this week. Same Day Rtcie'ed t
Miss Carrie and was the prominent visitors at You get a'J the important national fci
Georgia Mills, of the county site Monday.Mrs. among Miss Victoria Douglass, who ha Specialize on Hail(Wtrj"We ftv PoaI tap
M Starke, are spending several days in Henry Bennett was a visitorto the State Farm Sunday. been vi.'iting her birther in Akchua. state, county news in the Tele aph. I 140 W roforrn IV'
this place with their Dr. W. H. Cox, State Health Orcer
sister, Mrs. E. Jacksonville last Friday. returned home :Monday aftprroon.Rev. I
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T. and two of the State Convict Inspectors -
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Mr. Davis Jr. of Starke -
Ellery wasa W F. Walters was a visitor i to
Mr. James Reynolds, local naval guest Sunday at the home of Mr. were at the State Farm Sun- Brooker Tuesday afternoon. -

i stores manufacturer, visited Jacksonville and Mrs. A. A. Smith.
day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu and two II
on business Friday of last week. Mr. W. H. McCormick, of Gaines- Ernest Wells, of Lawtey, was daughters, Blanche and Fay attended BE PATRIOTIC ;

_Rev L. C. Smith, of this place, filled ville, was a visitor to Lawtey Tues- in town Sunday. church at :Miller Si'.nday. an
his Mrs. S. B. Denmark of Starke 'visited
l regular appointment near Rai- .
I ford Saturday and Sunday. day.Rev.. William Landis, of the Spring- her son, J. H. Denmark, here sev- MONEY
e Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Byrd, with chil- field Methodist church in Jacksonville, eral days last week. LAKE BUTLER. i at one and ttte

dren of LaCrosse, Alachua county, preached at Grace M. E. church last Miss Mary Stalsby, of Lawtey, was lI l\\

were visitors here during the week- Sunday, morning and evening.Mr. the guest for a few days this week of H. S. Miller was in town Monday time.The
end. Mr. Byrd was a business visitorto T. D. Wearen returned from i Miss Nannie Andrews.Mr. purchasing a large load of goods from I same .

Starke Thursday. Jacksonville Tuesday and is employedon J. Ed. Byrd has gone to Jack- the L. A. Duncan Company. '_ I
Mr. W. D. Price, of Live Oak, is the new cotton gin which is being sonville and expects' to enter the Offi- Marion Dowling states that he is ,
1 spending a week with his son, Mr. W. erected by Mr. H. D. Randall. cers' Training Camp at Fort McPherson the champion rat catcher of the coun- i
F. Price, and family, of this place. Rev. W. L. Overstreet visited relatives July 27th. ty. He stated Saturday that he had war critics all tell us that the question of yvho

Mr. J. H. Harrison, with his sister- in Lake Butler last Friday and Miss Perla Whitten spent several caught eleven big fellows in a wire willwin] this war is largely a matter of which;side k eps j
in-law, Miss Violet Chapman, passed I Saturday. days last week in Jacksonville return-'
trap Friday night. He will fatten the full
a supply of food the
M through our little town Sunday after- Messrs. Henry Bennett and Louis ing home Sunday evening. She was I rodents and send them over to China, up longest. : f!

noon, having been on a visit to the Clark were visitors to Starke last Sat- accompanied back by Miss Gladys where rats are part of the menu. Every farmer can be a patriot and make<; money at l'

home of Mr. Morrison at Micanopy. urday.Mr. Cranford, who is her guest this week. Messrs. Jones and Batchelor, two one and the same time by taking care of h;- swine
Mr. Harrison is agent for the G. S. & and Mrs. H. E. Braddock, of Hon. A. D. Andrews left for Talla- of Starke's expert plumbers, have
I F and T. & J railways at Sampson Lake City, were guests last Sunday at hassee Tuesday night. He expects to the contract for plumbing the secured herd. Don't let them starve for lack of pasturage, Anddon't

City the home of their daughter, Mrs. T. meet a number of Senators as well as home of L. A. Duncan here. They are let them die from cholera through failure to vac- f
Mr. Frank Walker, after spendinga J. Terry. the governor there and there is some good workmen and know their busi- cinate in time. The cholera is prevalent in
few weeks in the Northern states, Mr. Samuel M. Churchill, of East important business up that will likely ness thoroughly.Rev. very :
has returned to the home of his grandparents Lawtey, celebrated his 94th birthdaylast be attended to this week at the capi- L. A. Rawls,returned last Sat- Bradford county now and a delay may mean, the loss i

here. He was in company Sunday. Mr. Churchill is hale tal.Mr. urday from Valdosta, where he has of your hogs. _
with his brother on the trip, who en- and hearty and works every day on and Mrs. Lewis Taylor have been assisting in revival .
route took active a meeting If you are not convinced that vaccination with serum
duty with the
up his farm. moved into town and are occupyingthe being held at* Philadelphia church,
h War Department and is now stationed Mrs. Joe Shelton, of Jacksonville, cottage on Jones street, known as near that city. He will return to as- and virus is a sure preventive inquire of some :one I j
in Texas. spent Sunday here as the guest of her the D. C. Cason place. Mr. Taylor sist again next week. I who has had his hogs treated with Interstate VaccineCompany's
Uncle Bob Surrency has recently sister, Mrs. T. J. Terry. will teach again this year and he will Work is progressing on Duncan's Ii
contracted the automobile fever. He Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Loadholtz, who be near the school by the change. garage.H. serum and virus. More than 2500 fcogs .

is the proud owner of a fine Buick recently sold their meat market and Mrs. J. T. Lewis spent the weekendin Blake preached an interestingsermon have been treated in the past four months 'and not a t

touring car, purchased of the Fire- boarding house near the depot, have Jacksonville with friends.J. at Worthington last complaint has from I
Sunday
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come of the
proof Garage in Starke.At any one hundred or
bought the W. M. Redding cottagenear T. Douglass and family were in noon, in Worthington Methodist I 1
the Christian church Sunday the Methodist church and movedin town Sunday in their auto. church. i more farmers who have used the serum
: Inter.srte
night a Christian Endeavor was or- Tuesday.Mr. Mr. B. J. Rosier, familiarly knownas Miss Clifford Harrell chaperoned a I and virus. [: I"

ganized with the following officers: Carl Moore, of Lake City, was Banner Rosier, was a visitor to party of young people on a picnic at I II

President, Miss Mae McKinney. visiting relatives in Lawtey the first Raiford Monday, and Saturday before. the Trout Hole Springs last Tuesday.Mr. I ,_, -- -
Vice President, Miss Frances Mur- part of the week. Mrs. Tom Dekle, of Lake Butler, M. E. Moody, formerly of Lake ,
rhee. Mr. A. A. Smith spent Tuesday and was in town this week visiting her sister Butler, is assisting Rev. Ezell with I INTER-STATE VACCINE COMPANY
Recording Secretary,"Mr. F. M. Bev- Wednesday at Kingsley lake. Mrs. Lewis Taylor. his tent meetings here. \I'

ille. Rev. A. T. Galloway was in Baldwin Messrs. W. M. Whitten and B. D. Mr. L. C. Smith, of Waldo, has pur- i Kansas City, Mo. j I
Corresponding Secretary, Mr. A. C. Monday and Tuesday attending the Kelly were business visitors to Jacksonville chased the Lake Butler Bakery. Mr. 'I
Crews. quarterly conference of the M. E. Tuesday, going in Mr. Kelly'scar. A. C. Whitaker purchased the Palat- i See T. H. Htlligan at Bank of Starke '>
Treasurer Mr. Willis Price. I
church, South. ka Steam Bakery some time ago and -' .
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