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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 27, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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\ COMMISSIONERS ADKINS REFUSESAUDITORSHIP DRAWING FOR SEL ECTIVEDRAFT TRAGIC DEATH 1 MAY BRYAfTWAS



! Will APPOINT ARMY WAS HE DIN WASHINGTON AT MACCLENNY \ ADJUDGEDINSANEMOfDAY




!. DEMONSTRATOR Salary of State-Auditor Would REGISTRANTS WILL BE CALI-LED- TO SERVICE IN ORDER Mrs. L. D. Dorman- Shot and i 1


J',. Not.Equal Income of His Very OF THEIR DRAWING-BRA I DFORD COUNTY'S QUOTAY Killed by Husband, Who SaysIt ..

.', :" BUDGET OF ESTIMATES RECEIVED Lucrative. Law Practice. FOR FIRST ARM'--IS 106 MEN. Was An Accident. VICTIM OF "TRAGIC ,FATE

g f' AND ACCEPTED The drawing to fix the order in which RETURNS TO THE SYLUM
TALLAHASSEE, July 23.Governor -
MACCLENNY
[ July 23.-A tragedy
WI the men registered for service in the they were eagerly scanned by several
Catts has named J. Will Yon of .J
that
so far is unsolved
an
;i: 'COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MET army will be called out was held in hundred people during the afternoon. mystery oc-
Jackson county, for seven years secretary Washington Friday, July 20th. The Next an extra edition of the Telegraph curred in this place about 10 o'clock FOUND IN WOODS, ALMOST NAKED .
1 SPECIAL SESSION MONDAY of the Florida Railroad Commission last
IN night. Mrs. Blanche Dorman wife
I State Auditor succeed R. drawing began at 8 o'clock a. m. and containing the names was printed. STARVING, UN.\! LE TO
to
| -ALL MEMBERS PRESENT. I, lasted for seventeen hours.It These extras were distributed about of Louie D. Dorman, being killed by a
A. Gray, resigned, :who will leave for pistol ball that entered the lower WALK, A RAVING 31kXIAC.
t was finally decided to abandon all town, copies were mailed to each of part '
Washington August 1 to become sec- of her face '
and passed upward out of '
the 212
plans heretofore made for the draw- men and a large number of -
j's The board of county commissioners retary to Senator Trammell. the back of her head, she at the time
ing and to draw all. the men at one copies were mailed to the postmastersof Miss May Bryant, of R Cord
:
t met Monday, July 23rd, at the courthouse Mr. Yon, one of the best known men lying in bed and the when { was
time, thus fixing the status of the en- the county for free distribution.With weapon brought to Starke Sunday
at 10 o'clock a. m. and was called in the state, was delegate to the Democratic discharged afternoon,
.{ tire ten million registrants at one the exception of the large citiesno being in the hand of her and after an examination
j; to order by Chairman S. T. Dowl- i National Convention in St. drawing.The registration division of the country husband. He says the discharge was by County Judge Geo. A|Conducted Gardiner i
Louis last and elected chair- ;
membe to-wit was accidental.
/ ing, with all s present, : year
had
largest registration division in more prompt information to
as Monday, was adjudged insa to and will
'I J. J. Blackwelder, J. L. Underhill, H. man of the Florida delegation. He the United States consisted of some- who had been drawn for the first army Testimony at the inquest, which was be sent to the asylum at ( hattahoo.
also member of the State finance ;
j j. D. May and R. J? Andrews. was a thing over 10,000 men. Thus it was than did the citizens of Bradford coun- started last night but has not been chee. ;
This being a special meeting for the committee in the Presidential necessary to draw this number of ty, completed, showed that the first pel'sn .
-1 campaign last fall The life story of this
{ of the budget of estimates of pr woman
adoption
numbers in order that every regis- When it was certain that enough upon the scene after the shootingwas is
: disbursements for fis- A. Z. Adkins, to whom the appoint- so tragic that even Victor Hugo's
and the :
. receipts trant might be placed. To understandthe numbers had been telegraphed out to John T. Dorman, Louie's! father,
, October 1,1917, to September ment was tendered last Wednesday de- imagination could hardly ,produce a
'talyear who with his
method followed in the drawingit fully cover the quota of each of the family occupy rooms ad-
, 30 1918, pursuant to Chapter 6814, clined the office later after thankingthe parallel to it. About three and a half
should be understood that the men registration divisions the telegraphingof jacent to those used by his son's fam-
Governor for the honor of the = years ago she lived with her sister
L. Laws t>f Florida, and after amendments unsolicited Mr. ,
I in each registration division throughout the numbers was discontinued. ily. Dorman said he had been
the : appointment, stating that he Mrs. Williams, in the Dolling\ mill
thereto of several funds, Thus awakened
the country were numbered con- it occurs that the Telegraph can- by pounding upon the door
settlement '
said budget was adopted by the said did not feel justified in giving up a lucrative and the cries on the' northern edge of
secutively. In Bradford county, for not at this time give the entire registration and shouts' of his son,
Starke.
j, board, J. J. Blackwelder voting against law practice for the small sr.!- instance, they were numbered from 1 i I list of Bradford county. The telling that Blanche was shot. :He One day Mrs. Williams was
of the State Auditor. Mr. Ad.kins' at the home of Mrs. Brook*
of said board. ary near by,
the adoption ,
I found his
k' to 1256. Thus it will be seen that in list published herewith contains 596 daughter-in-law lying on the and without
: In consideration of the general fund letter follows: drawing the numbers up to 10,000 to names. The remainder of the list for bed, blood running from the wounds, any warning ?a strange
Dear appeared at the door .
Governor-Your letter negro The
f an'appropriation of $900 was made for My cover the larger divisions the numbers the county cannot be published untila and just expiring. The baby, about 8 had ; ne
not
the of State Au- gro come for evil
t the purpose of employing a county agricultural tendering me position given the registrants in the smaller copy of the official list is received months old, was lying near her. He I but Mrs. any purpose,
WmlamsJ
III demonstrator, and that the ditor made vacant by the resignationof divisions would be drawn. When No. from Washington. This copy will told of Louie's explanation of how the came so frightened -
that she
I Hon. R. A. Gray, received, for ran out of the house
:; government of the United States to 258 was drawn it called out the regis- probably not be received before Sat. accident occurred. Louie was sworn
. which I most thank You screaming and into her home. Her
sincerely own
r, pay in addition to said county appro you. trants numbered 258 in every registration urday. by Judge Milton, who acted as coro- sister the
priation, two-thirds appropriated by requested me to let you know as earlyas division in the United States, andso It may be that a few errors have ner. He stated that he had borrowed sketch, unfortunate subject of our

I, said county,also an appropriation of possible my decision in the matter. on through the list. been made in transmitting the num- the pistol from a friend in the early when she, caught her in her arms, but
For number of I have devoted released her Mrs. Williamswas
t t' $500 was made'for the encouragementof a years For the purpose of the drawing the bers by telegraph. The list published .1 evening, wishing to carry it while
canning demonstration and that a practically my entire time to numbers were written on small sheetsof herewith will be carefully compared walking out some distance from townto a corpse, having teen literally
the of frightened to death.
study and practice law and by
, like sum be appropriated by the gov paper and these were enclosed in with the official copy when it arrives see a colored person to collect some
i ernment. hard work have built up a splendid capsules. The capsules were placedin and such errors as may have occurred money; that he had made the trip and Mrs. Williams loft two little sons,

r It was upon motion and second carried clientage which I am ennoying at the I. a large glass bowl and a blindfoldedman will be corrected and the list extended returned: that his wife already in bed, Ralph and James, who were taken in

: that the monthly salary of the supervisor present time, therefore, on account of drew the mone after another from to cover all of the 1256 registrants. had noticed the pistol and asked what charge by her sister. The aunt was

of registration be increased the emoluments that the State Audi- the bowl. As the numbers were drawnin The corrected official list will be published kind of a pistol it was; that it was a passionately fond of her little nephewsand

: from $10.40 to $20 per month, and that tor receives, I find that the sacrifice this way they were written down by in the Telegraph next week. small automatic; he started to show was happy in, her possession of
the said salary would be for all work would be too great for me to make at clerks in the order of the drawing so The first 212 persons whose names her and the weapon discharged in his them. But Mr. Williams, their father,

; 'of transferring said books, and no ex this time. I therefore decline to accent that there could be no chance for any occur in the list herewith are the ones hand. After wearing out most of the who lived in Pensacola, soon came and

tra expense would be paid by this the same.Thanking unfair methods. who will be summoned to appear be- night investigating the case the jury took the, boys away to give'them an
z board. you again for the honor Bradford county's quota of the first fore the local board some time next adjourned until 2:30 p. m. today. At education. This incident began to

Tax Assessor N. D. Wainwright tiled shown me, I am, army to be raised is 106 men. To make week. Written notice will be mailed the suggestion of Judge Milton, the prey on the mind of May Bryant, for

with said board the total valuation Sincerely your friend, allowance for exemptions the local to them by the local board giving the jurors went to the jail to examine the it had never been strong and had already {
A. ADKINS.
as'ippears upon the 1917 tax roll, of Z. board has been instructed to order the date upon which they must appear, but clothing worn by Louis Dorman at the received a severe shock when
4 all real, personal and taxable prop first 212 men drawn to report for ex it is encumbent on each one to watch time of the shooting, Louie being held her sister so suddenly died in her arms
erty of Bradford county, Florida, to BRADFORD MAN VISITS SOUTH amination. As soon as the first tele the mails and be sure to get the notice. to await the outcome of the inquest. She began to fancy that Ralph had

be $3,139,618, apportioned as follows: FLORIDA. graphic report of the drawing was received Failure to receive the notice does not Returning, the jurors announced that: been murdered and James )c dnapped.

Real estate _______________$1,718.230 Editor Telegraph: in Starke the Telegraph began constitute a valid excuse for failure to they wished to examine witnesses not When her dementia was sufficiently

Personal _________________ 549,800 I am just back from a visit to my the work of preparing a list of these appear on the proper date. present, and arranged to have sum developed she was, adjudged' insane I

:4 Railroad and telegraph ____ 871,588 brothers; D. C. Harnage, who lives at 212 men. This was done by applyingthe If it should happen that the coun- mons. sent.. to Jacksonville. and. other and...,sent to .Chattadoocheo.' ..-. ,
Brooksville. While in South Floridauiauc numbers drawn in Washington to ty's quota of 106 men is not secured places, then made further adjourn- one was discharged fronts; the asy. t

Total __________________$3,139,618The L T _-Aft ft a 4----tuur ui.r IItVtljUVUIl ft"ft_.I .ftnft. w,., aim ftA tVio mpn Tiparincr" thp'- -lama nnmhprs- nn from the first 212- annparinir" in the ment to 2 p. m. Tuesday. The deceased sum not long ago as cured,; and was t i
board after amending and revising I want to say that I came back homea the Bradford j county registration list.i : list, thers-will be summoned straight was the daughter of Postmaster J. taken care of by her brother Bud f
I
the budget as published proceededto full-fledged advocate of the buildingof The names were listed as rapidly as down the list, and this process will Milton. Bryant, who lives north of; Raiford.

levy a millage for the use and bene- good roads. I went by train from possible arid then turned over to the continue until the quota has been se But the old hallucination bout the 1

fit of the several funds for the cur- Starke to Lacoochee. There I was linotype operator. As rapidly as they lected. It is the general opinion thatit Held on Murder Charge. fate of her nephews soon returned, t

rent year, as follows, to-wit: met by my brother in his automobileand could be set in type proofs'were made will be necessary to summon about Macclenny 24-The and she acquired a: habit of roaming t
July
Mills we made the trip to Brooksville and posted on a bulletin board, where 300 to complete the quota or 106. determine the, inquest to about in solitude. Last Thursday a
cause of the death of
Outstanding indebtedness fund____1% overland. Brooksville is a beautiful -- Blanche Dorman wife of Louie woodsman for the Handily naval

General Fund ___________________3% little town of 1,500 population, with a 1 TO 100. man, who died of, Dor- stores concern found her sitting by a
t pistol wounds the
Road and bridge fund ___________6 I $50,000 court house, electric lights, 258-Irvin Archeman Waters, Lake 390! -Henry Mack Jones, Lake But- weapon being at the time in the hands tree in the woods, far away ,from any
Fine and forfeiture fund _______:::1% clean asphalt streets and hard roads Butler. t'. Qf her husband was continued this af- human habitation, near tie! Baker

t School _________________________7 I coming in from every direction. It is 458-John Hodge, Brooker. 7 >-.John M. Roberts, Lawtey. ternoon. Some witnesses were exam- thinking county line.her asleep.He did net He accost passed her the, f
surrounded fine farms of hammock
-- by
194 Elias Elsie Steward Dukes. ined to show that Dorman's treatmentof
Starke. ,
f Total _-_____________________19% lands. 854-Wm. Holley, his wife had not been same place Satuntey and Siund her
1095-Ed. Dukes. 874-Henry Grady Mitchell, Grandin. always amia- lying down. He could not teli whethershe
McDuffy
/ It is ordered that the,county levy From Brooksville we visited Dade ble. The jury returned verdict that
:'. BO per cent of the amount levied By the City, in Pasco county, Plant City in 783-Wm. Arthur Moitt, Starke. 552-Albert Juiius Mayo, Starke. the: shooting was a wilful a act the was dead or asleep, anti;the incident -

;\ state for occupation and professional Hillsboro county, Mulberry, Bartow 564-Oren Wilson, Sterke.: 186-Thomas Mann, Lake Butler. part of the husband and that upon murder looked so uncanny that (he woods
license for the year 1917. and Ft. Meade in Polk county, Bowling 945-Mack A. Howard, Raiford. 652-Eddie Arthur Green, Starke. had been committed. A warrant rider made no close examination, but
i.( _Levy for the several sub school dis- Green and Wauchula in DeSoto 596Wm. Martin Oliver, Starke. 927-Joel C. Alvarez, Starke. this charge was immediately .issued upon as soon as he could he notcned Constable .I

tricts of Bradford county, as follows, county. All of these sections have 536-Isham Butler, Brooker. 739: -Thomas Jefferson Lewis, and the accused man was retained in James Dowling, of Raiford. Mr.

; to-wit: fine roads, some built of rock, some of 548-Wilford Hardy Philips, Starke. Starke. the custody of the sheriff. Dowling went out there Sunday and

I District No. 1_______________3 mills brick and some of asphalt, but all a 126-Cleveland William Williamson, 601 Joel Stephens, Starke. the woman was found at 'he same
,: District No. 2_______________3 mills delight to drive over, and money sav- Lake Butler. 1146-Jesse Holmes Sullivan. Worth- place, starved, raving; and h#f naked. if
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
District No. 3___,___________3 mills ers .to the man who has products to 1237-Ollie Speed, Brooklyn. ington. 1 He forthwith brought her 4 Starke
District No. 4_______________3 mills haul to and from the railway stations.In I 784-Chas. F. Moore, Starke. 1103-Purvis Jones, Dukes. + + and delivered her to Sheriff Epperson.

District No. 5_______________3 mills my travels I saw no better lands 1117-Lincy Milton Courson, Worth- 972-Ernest Griffis, Raiford. + NOTICE TO CONTRIBUTORS. + I Deputy Sheriff M. f ameronwrappeda

District No. 6_______________3 mills than we have in Bradford county. In ington.837Raleigh. 757-Roan Benjamin Griffis, Starke. + + sheet around her, as hr scanty ....
District No. 6_______________3 mills fact lands as good as ours are the ex- Shepherd, Starke. 966-Lacy Griffis, Maxville. Persons who have anything + I clothing was torn to piecesand carried -
District No. 7_______________3 mills ception and not the rule. From this :S37-Lonnie Monroe Pearce, Guil- 868-Stafford Ellsworth Homon, + they wish to appear in the Tele- + the woman, who was of yery light ;

District No. 8_______________3 mills it must be seen that Bradford county ford.676Nathan. Hampton. + graph, are requested to bring it + weight from emaciation, upstairs to a ..
District No. 9_______________3 mills has natural advantages that we can Carter, Starke. 332-Lee Brannen, Lake Butler. + to this office not later than 8 a. + separate cell, and placed heron a cot.

: District No. 10_______________3 mills afford to build to, and that good roads 275-Thomas Ulman Parrish, Lake 379-Sidney Franklin Bielling, + m., Thursdays, but earlier is pre- + In spite of her hunger, which! must

District No. 11_______________3 mills here would be a safe investment. If Butler. Dukes.542Jacob + ferred. The Telegraph force + have been ravenous, as she had been

District No. 12_______________3 mills they pay in other sections where the 509-Albert Eugene Surrency, McFashion, Starke. ++ takes a holiday Thursday after- + fasting at least four days,, she fell i

District No. 13_______________3 mills lands are not so good certainly we Brooker. 772-Paul Silas McMillan, Starke. + noon, as other workers in Starke, + asleep immediately and slept. soundly \,
"f District No. 14_______________3 mills Bradford county people could affordto 1185-Henry Brown, Graham. 721-Rufus Melvin Crosby, Starke. and the paper goes to press in + until the next day. 1 t

District No. 15____________.__3 mills have them. I believe that the build- 755-Berry Dyal, Sampson City. 280 Elaine Tunsil, Lake Butler. ++ the forenoon.TALLAHASSEE. + She then awoke, vary hungry.. Mrs. I

District No. 16_______________3 mills ing of hard-surfaced roads throughour 107-Isaiah Berry, Lawtey. 606-Frank Dean, Starke. + Cameron prepared such food<< Jis would '
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
District No. 17___________-__3 mills county would result in doublingour 616-Owen James Anders, Starke. 182-Smith Waters, Worthington. nourish without being bulky: and the .

District No. 18_______________3 mills population in a very short time, 373-John Wesley Bielling. Lake 513-Tom Watson Waters, Brooker. woman was carefully nurse to com-
District No. 19_______________3 mills and this would mean such an increasein Butler. I 1020 Lem Rhoden, Raiford. COMPANY REFUSES parative strength again. 5*

District No. 20_______________3 mills our taxable values that we would 775-Fred Oliver Thomas, Starke. 1099-Doris Jones, Dukes. TO SERVE UNDER CATTS One of Miss Bryant's feet; is deformed .

;f.District No. 21_______________3 mills soon see no difference in our taxes. 486-Sebron B. Crosby, Brooker. 223-James Grooms, Lake Butler. making walking difl$-ult, and

t District No. 22_______________3 mills But if the roads did make taxes somewhat 692-Wm. Mack Norman, Starke. 15-Sylvester Prevatt, Lawtey. TALLAHASSEE, July 21.-The men inability to walk had probalhr caused

JJ.. District No. 23______________-3 mills higher, they are worth the price. 600-Oliver Underhill, Starke. 905-Vander Bell, Sapp. of the local military company today her to remain inert in the w|ods Lu

V 1 r: District No. 24_______________3 mills There can be no comparison between 810-James Hayes, Starke. 933-Sam H. Harrell, Raiford. declared they would not serve under cid moments alternate with Spells of .

\: District No. 25_______________3 mills living in a section where they have 507-Ellis Hampton Clemons, Brooker. 452-Henry Hodge, Brooker. the captainacy of S. J. Catts, Jr., son ravings, when she wculd be t&ngerous t

. I{ District No. 26.______________3 mills good roads and one where they have 355-Eben Jackson Wood, Lulu. of the governor and recently appointed I if she were stronge She i( a refined -

f District No. 27_______________3 mills not. 309-Burton L. Beasley, Lulu. 530-Everett Clemons, Brooker. by the governor to be captain of woman, keeps her sun6>undings
r* District No. 28_______________3 mills I wish every citizen of Bradford 437-Claud Estes Noah Taylor, Lu- 809-Wm. Bray, Saxton. the Tallahassee company. Lieut. H. clean, uses good language+ 'lad even 4

p j District No. 29_______________3 mills county could make a trip to some of lu.60.1Zack. 1114-Curtis Lafayette Blair, Worth Clay Crawford, Jr., so wired to Col. S. during her worst ravingsniyer says I
'?" It was further ordered that 5 mills the South Florida counties that have J. Roberts, Starke. ington. C. Harrison, the commander of the anything that decency would Jot sanc- 1

upon the dollar be levied for the several such roads as I traveled over on my 433-Sellers Washington, Lake But- 645-Carl McKinney, Starke. first regiment at Jacksonville, and the tion. Her chief therre is the {uagined .

sub-schools bond districts (special trip. If they could we would soon ler. 218-Benjamin Franklin Gainey, colonel wired back they must serve as I sad fate of her nephews. j jI

) to-wit: have hard-surfaced roads. 10-Jack Davis, Lawtey. Lake Butler. the company has been federalized.To

f.;? District No. 3_______________5 mills Yours truly, 1045-George Williams, Raiford. 620-Ted Hugh Halligan, Starke. this the retort was made that the men has had his commission talon away t

:7'to",. District No. 22_______________5 millsDistrict W. F. HARNAGE. 1031-Rufus Green, Raiford. 550-Tate Powell Denmark, Starke. would not serve under Catts as they from him and dismissed com
No. 23_______________5 mills 487-Geo. Lee Hodges, Brooker. 574-Kirby T. Crews, Lake Butler. had not chosen him their.commander. pany. Col. Harrison told it he men .

3 District No. 25____-______--___5 mills per acre be levied for the year 1917 upon 43Wesley Wilkerson, Highland. 31-Ernest Covada Johns, Lawtey. that young Catts haJ been tj printed
-r'. It is further ordered by the board the lands embraced in East StarkeDraina 1066- Tohn Gould Pratt, Worthington. 981-Walter S. Valencia, Raiford. Trouble Believed To Be Over. captain of the company on til- recommendation f i

that N. D. Wainwright, Tax Assessor, e District. 924J. Marion Reddish, Starke. 770-James Kite, Jr., Starke. Tallahassee, July 24.-In response of the adjutant,{general; ; I'
Bradford county, calculate and carryout It was further ordered that N. D. 420-Frank Johns Summers, Lulu. 882-Jesse Parrish, Hampton. to telegrams to Col. S. C. Harrison, and that he is recommended?)y army

in the separate columns the mil- Wainwright, Tax Assessor, Bradfordcounty 1014-Carl L. Hilliard, Raiford. 677-Charles McSimuel Underhill Jr., of the First Florida regiment, of officers at Fort McPherson he I ../

lag hereby levied upon the assessment do calculate and carry out in 1178-Malachi Zimmerman, New River. Starke.749Edgar. disaffection of some members of the has been in training ts one ofJo'he most ; j

roll of 1917'for the use and bene separate column upon the assessmentroll Davis, Starke. Tallahassee company over the appoint- competent men at tIt camp and told F ,

fit of each of the several funds against for the year 1917, 30 cents per 514-Stephen Lewis, Brooker. 1211-Joe Roberts, Graham. ment of Sidney J. Catts, Jr., the gov- them not to he funj-e on the .i

aU real and personal property owned acre for the use and benefit of retiring 797-Willie Elbert Bush, Starke. 525-Lewis Lefric Johns, Brooker. ernor's son, as captain, Col. Harrisoncame streets, and political/ jambot" e. For ; ,'

by individuals and corporations in said bonds of East Starke Drainage Dis 140-Agnew Everett James, Lake 101 TO 200. to Tallahassee, called the cam- if they do it may get: them +jto trou- I ,,,

Bradford county, Florida. trict upon all lands embraced in said Butler.1236Louis pany together and explained the situation ble. tIt 1 1
Also millage levied for school bondsf district owned by individuals or car Mitchell. Brooklyn. 760-Sinclair L. Peek:Starke. to them. is believed everything 1 smooth I

the several sub-school districts porations. 432-Boisey Perry, Lake Butler. 183-Leonard Hunter, Dukes. Some members of the company had down now. V ,- i I '

mentioned above. There being no further business, the 117-Howard Francis Stanton, Lake 56-Jesse Starling, Lawtey. said they would not serve under young Second Lieut. H. Clay Crawlord, Jr., '

And it was further ordered by the board adjourned until the first Monday Butler. Catts. These members are accused of was relieved from duty wit / he platoon

hoard that a drainage tax of 30 cents i' in August, 1917. I r02-Ury Morton Green, Starke. (Continued on Page 4.) insubordination. The first lieutenant pending charges to be .|eferred. ,-I F:
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 27J! 1917. }J I

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your certificate may be withdrawn at I XIX. I SERIOUS ACCIDENT tt .
t. SYNOPSIS OF RULES GOVERNINGr once. When withdrawn you stand How Yeu Will Be Notified That You \I 0 '

precisely as though you had been selected Have Been Selected For Mil- j Colored Boy Hurt By Running Bicycle 4, ADVERTISING WILL DO ff t
i for military. service by the local itary Service. I Through Window.
T EXEMPTIONS FROM ARMY SERVICE board. As soon as your case is finally disposed : la The billions of dollars that ,*
r XI. of, the adjutant general of your '.!' governments and foreign jur,a-4

Adverse Decisions on Claim.If State will notify you by mail that you I; Last Thursday forenoon "C. D." a ;. tions are borrowing from |-ur ;
---- your claim is disallowed by the have been selected for military ser-;i 12-year-old son of Sam Franklin, colored \' people will be spent right in ?uis 3
y i. (b) Fill out the proper form and local board your name will be certified vice. j who tends the water tank near + country for food stuffs and *,ar *
Boards.In file with it with the board. and sent by the local board to the district Your local boards will post a list of : the depot, happened to an accident + supplies of all kinds. The tjlk ,
Local
4" (c) Do this within seven days of board who has been called all selected for military ser- fatal. He + of this will
in the United States as one persons i(j that came nearly proving money find its wj$ in ";
every county of 30,000 thereare the posting and mailing of notice to I for military service and not exempted vice in a place at the office of the local was riding a bicycle down the side- '!, to the hands of the millior.'T'of' ,'$
and for every city over local exemption you to present yourself.The or discharged. Within two board accessible to public view. The i'; walk on the west side of A. M. Darby's '!' wage earners, and they in -iirn .

boards.one' Each or more of such boards has in following are the only true i days thereafter, if practicable, a list local board will also give lists of per- {i property. Behind him was a white .'!'. will spend most of it fiberally cards of grounds for exemption: I of those so certified to the district sons selected for military service i i i boy, also on a bicycle. It is said by r the necessities of life, This {fen. >
charge the registration in the area over which per- 1. That you are an officer, legis- I board will be given to the press witha the press with request for publication. -!j some that the two were racing. After + munity will get its share: of tffse $
sons registered of all claims lative, executive or judicial of the request for publication, will be post- I|I the colored boy had crossed 4. billions. l.' .
board has jurisdiction
the State .
United States Territory
those based on a or or ed in the offices of the local board accessible xx. ;, Thompson street and had got onto the The SHREWD home m'rwnt
for exemption except
the of Columbia. .
District
Find out what to the public view, and notice Notice that you have been selected i j|I sidewalk along Jones' Bottling Works, ; knows this, and is already tipping -
industrial grounds. I
That duly
board has card and where the of- ordained 2. minister you are of a religion.regular or will be mailed to the address on your for military service will not necessar- j i the white boy blew the horn of his bicycle + out an extensive advertising, 8
4 $ your is. registration card. ily order you into sendee. 1 and the colored boy turned his + campaign to offset }he treitn- .*
I fice(The of that whole board of Bradford county constitutes 3.student That you were on for May the 18 ministryin 1917, Therefore, if you have filed a claim The notice to report for military'I head around for a moment. This action + dous efforts of mail order h<>,ises a

_ registration district. There a preparing divin- for exemption and proof in support service will come when the govern- nearly cost him his life, for his !' and large city merchants. He tall $
a
board for the coun- any recognized theological or thereof, watch the notices in the of- ment is ready to receive you. wheel ran into one of the windows of + get his, for advertising will rVng .$ .
exemption
e' is one is composed of W. J. ity school. fice of the local board beginning about E. H. CROWDER, the bottling works, throwing the rid- ; it to him. .jf }
board
This
in the
ty. sheriff W. T. Weeks, clerk 4. That you are military or five days after you have filed your Provost Marshal General. er against the jagged edges of the 'i The local merchant who $or- .
Epperson, ; naval service of the United States.
::1- of circuit court, and J. P. Tomlinson, 5. That you are a subject of Ger- proof to see what disposition was I broken glass. His nose and lips were '!' gets to advertise, who expel; to'$
physician.) whether have taken out made of your case and make arrange- THE NEGRO AND HIS RELATIONTO badly lacerated, but the most serious increase his business with f a $
county many, you pa- ments for the prompt receipt of mail. PUBLIC HEALTH.A I wound was in the abdomen, which was + proportionate increase in hviti- 'a
:!. II.District pers or not. XII. laid open + mate publicity expense, map discover <$
. Boards. 6. That you are a resident alien How to Study Claim Appeals to District !' to his cost thit he i ;decreasing +
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Federal judicial district who has not taken out first papers.In .
In I "
every Boards. deal has been aid about the it instead. i:
great The boy was brought to Dr. J. C. 4
district boards addition to claims for exemption
there are one or more Claims of appeal may be made by a negro and his relation to public health. Wills as speedily as possible and that + The public takes every in's .
claims for be made
anumber discharge on
} having appellate jurisdiction over may person within 10 days after the day You may take a walk through what is skilled surgeon stitched the wounds + number. 'i. g
the whichare
and of following grounds
of local boards having ,
: any when notice has been posted and mail- known in the South the as "quarters"or together and did all that was possiblefor :: $
original jurisdiction of claims for ex- the only grounds for discharge bya '?- ?' ..'> i. <*.. ':. ; .- ,
.' industrial grounds. If local board: ed that such person's name has been "niggertown, and will perhaps be the sufferer, but he had little hopeof ; / f :t." | $
emption on certified to the district board as one with the I "
; impressed general delapidat- However the
his boy
indus- 1. That municipal recovery. A SAFE TEST.
intend to make claim on are a county or .
a you
a you officer. who has been called for service and i ed condition of the houses, fences, etc. has passed through the crisis and is on (.
trial including agriculture,
grounds,
to. 2. That are customhouseclerk. not exempted or discharged. Upon closer observation you will prob- the mend. -- M
learn what district board to apply you a I :
(This information may be had by Therefore, if you desire to appeal- ably find that the houses are wholly --- For those who are in, need oljj remedy -

r application to the county board.) 3. That you are employed by the 1. Go to the local board and get or without sanitary conveniences; the A Telegraph ad will add to your for kidney troubles and tfvkache
III. United States in the transmission of copy Form 153 or 154 for filing your water used comes from a shallow well profits. Try one. it is a good plan to try. DoaaV:kidney
mails. 'I claim of appeal. and the toilets are a pathetic make- Pills. They are strongly reco mend-
Red Ink Serial Numbers. 4. That are an artificer or 2. Get or copy also Form 151 or shift. Now, who is to blame? ed by Palatka people: ; *_
has numbered the you
Every board I 152 for notifying the district board of
Louis F. Rossingnol, *,
cards in its jurisidiction with red ink workman employed in an armory, ar- The negro from his small weekly steam(. at pi-

_. in a series running from 1 to the num- senal, or navy yard of the United I appeal.3. File your claim of appeal ((153or wage is paying a high rent for this lot, Oak and Seventh streets, l +latka,
States. box of house. He could be Fla., says: v
a hardly
ber representing its total number of 154)) with the local board.
cards in its jurisidiction. Lists show- 5. That you are employed in the 4. Send notice of appeal expected to replace broken windows, "I had a dull pain river my l dneys.
ing the of in the jurisdiction service of the United States under your repair leaky roofs, screen houses or The kidney secretions, were i regular
names persons (Form 151 or 152)) to the district
of each board and the red certain conditions. (See Paragraph board. privies on rented property. Few white in passage and I was. obligecCto get
I "e" of Section 20, Regulations.) I. tenants will do as much. The up times during, the
" ink number of each card are open to 5. Do this within 10 days from the negro 1 I I many night Owing
; inspection at the office of each board. 6. TatO are_ a .!licensed pilotregularly day when.. notice that____. your name was makes noticeable improvements as he to my work, I had;to be C'"j t in all
:1. Inspect the list and inform your- employed in the pursuit of certified.n.to the district board was posted is financially able. You can usually kinds of weather and Iblamed"Siat form
self of your red ink serial number. your vocation. or mailed. select the houses which are occupiedby )' trouble. I was advised by differ-
, : IV. 7. That you are a mariner actually REMEMBER the owner in these districts.It 'ent people to try Doa; 's Kidney Pills
1. employed in the sea service of cit- : so I got some. I was thsffi
Order of Liability. any 1. You can only appeal the final is into these same squalid huts wore ; pleased -
izen merchant within the United to find that
rid me'of
that clothes -are carried to be they, the
These red ink numbers are to be order of the board exempting or discharging your
drawn by lot to determine the order States. or refusing to exempt or discharge washed ironed and stacked upon the RED RO$$ trouble. It has now teen threw; years
J. in which registered persons are to be 8. That you are a married man you. You cannot appeal other beds till ready to be placed in the bas- since I took them and I hav never
with wife child dependent on ket to be carried home of the had a return attack. I have tc-M
called by the various local boards. As a or you orders or action of the local board. by some many
3 soon as the drawing is complete show- for support. XIII. children of the family. From these people about my experieniX- withDoan's
ing the order in which the red ink 9. That you have a widowed moth- Proving Your Own Appeal. same huts come the cook each day to CHILL &FZVERrollcKILL'AND Kidney" Pills aid; always?recom

;;, numbers are drawn, they will be published I' er dependent on your labor for sup- I You have five days after the district do service in your kitchen; where the mend .them. :j

.:1 in the press, and will be posted 'I port. board receives your notice that you maid-of-all-work comes from to do the Price 60 cents at all dealer Don't
'j at the office of each local board. 10. That you have aged or infirm have filed a claim or appeal in whichto weekly cleaning; and where the nurse I simply ask for a kidrey remedy-get
1 Go to your local board and find out parents dependent upon your labor for file evidence additional to that filed maid carries your children to play dur- Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that

the order in which you stand for call. support. by you with the local board but all ing the day when they are told to take FEVER.DUMB ., Mr. Rossingnol had. Foster-Milburn!
.: (This drawing has now been made 11. That you are the father of a such evidence must. consist of affidavits. them out into the "fresh air." AGUI 'LlOU.Plva.'NTUIMlnlNT '(VIM AMO Co., Props., Buffalo, X. Y. ',- ((38))

and the list published in today's issue motherless child under 16 dependentupon How many times have you seen white AND ALL LA MALARIAL."1...... 'BI.IA.(S
k of the Telegraph gives the order in your labor for support. XIV.Decisions children playing with the black chil- DI..cnOll8
which registrants will be called forservice. 12. That you are a brother of an on Appeal dren in the yards of such houses? TWO TIA. OONPU"-IN
orphan child children under 15 de- WATER rVERY THRU HOUR* I
"
.) or The decision on your appeal must "Oh! you say, "I never go down in UNTIL IT ACTS WILL THEN
V. I pendent upon your labor for support. be made within five days of the closing niggertown." Well, perhaps you don't CMU.D.THREE.TIMES..IN PROPOaTIOIITOIMU DAY Opt car

.( Call for Examination.As 13. That you are a member of any of proof, and you will be notified but some of niggertown comes to you, PRICE 25 CENTS JACKSONVILLE FLA

soon as quotas are assigned to I well-recognized religious sect or or- by mail of the action of the board on for a white child can contract a fatal Broken L.Sep DuplicatedSame
each state and each board, each boards ganization organized and existent May four appeal. case of diptherla from a mild case ina Day &* Rtcicvcd 1
I will call upon persons whose cards are 18, 1917, and whose then existing prin- XV. negro child. Tuberculosis may also *WtSp iliu] 140 on l W.&il rORSYTM Ordars-We it fcy fattfe
in its jurisidiction instructing them to ciple or creed forbade its members to Claims for Discharge on Industrial be contracted in the same way, and in JACKSONVILLE.Ma.vCTYMI RS FLA. (
r t present themselves for examination.This participate in any form and whose religious Grounds. fact, any of the communicable diseases. I -- .

call will be posted at the office convictions are against war or Only the district board can receive Disease germs draw no color lines. I E Piles Cured lit e; to 14 Day!

iS ? of the local board and the papers will participation therein in accordancewith claims: for discharge on the ground Therefore, one way to help the ne- Buy it at druggists and You drageiit will itKnd monty if PAW
h be also mailed to you, but the posting the creed or principles of said religious that: you are engaged in industry, including gro to be a less menace to public OINTMENT fills to CLr,toy case cl ItchlD ,
stores postpaid PiI .IIIClto144an.
.H I Ii of the list at the office of the board organization.These agriculture, found to be nec- health, is to provide senitary living general or The B1ind.BleediogorProtruding fitft application Fives Ease and Xe.t. JOt
;1; will be deemed sufficient notice to ; are the only grounds for ex- essary to the maintenance of the mili- quarters for him, houses built with from the manuf cturers. .

charge you with the duty of present emption or discharge by a local beard tary forces, or the maintenance of national some thought ventilation, and pro-

ing yourself. The law, therefore, Another person can file a claim in interest during the emergency. per toilet facilities, even if at a greater I UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I STATE COLLEG-E for WOMEN
makes it your duty to inform yourself )Cur behalf, but must use different Such claims must be filed with the rent, and it will surprise you how .
when you are called. The mailing is forms in filing the claim. district board on or before the fifth quickly he will fall in line, and becomean GAINESVILLEHigh TALLAHASSEE
for your convenience, but if the letter VIII. day after the mailing and posting of actual help in the great fight for Moral, Intellectual Standards College of the Highest Bank
Liberal Arts Education Mssic Expression
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never reaches you, you cannot make Ten Days After Filing Claim to File notice that you have been certified by better sanitation.-D. H. in Health Liberal Arts, Law, Agriculture, Engi- Education, Art
that an excuse. I I Proof. the local board as one who has been Notes. neering, Education, Graduate School. Physical ,
Home Economics
Watch the lists at the office of your Your claim of exemption or dis- called for service and not exemptedOr Send for Catalogue and ViewsA. Write Views
board and see what are called for charge must be filed within discharged.If for Catalogue and
you seven daysof Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell A. MURPHREE, EDW. CONRADI,
examination. the day on which notice to you that you desire to file such claim: everybody. Advertise President. President
VL you are called was posted and mailed. 1. Get a copy at the local or district I
Physical Examination. I But after you have filed your claim board (Form 161 or 161a.)
You must report for physical exam- for exemption or discharge you have 2. Fill the form out properly. - - - '- -
ination on the day named in your call. ten days within which to file proof. 3. File it with the district board - - ,

(a) If you are found physically The method of proving claims is within five days after the mailing and f '

I disqualified and file a claim for very simple, but it is rather exact. If posting of notice that your name has ." N. T. RITCH, Prei. W.T. Weeks Vice-Pr J. H. RITCH, Cashier i
certificate which will explain to you you follow the rules given below you been certified from the local board to

i what your further duties are. will have done what is required of you. the district board. I
(b) If you are found physically 1. Go to the local board and con- See Section 44, Regulations.XVI. .

disqualified ( ?) and file a claim for sult the regulations to find out the Bradford
exemption within 7 days after your form number of the affidavits that you Proof in Support of Industrial Claim. County BankBradford
call you will be given 10 days after must submit for your particular Only affidavits can be used in filing
filing your claim of exemption to make claim. proof before the district board of a
the proof in support of your claim of 2. Ask the board for the blank affi- claim for exemption on industrial

I exemption. See VII below.c davits that are necessary in presentingyour grounds. All such affidavits must be County's Financial Stronghold.

( ) If you are found physically proof; if the board has not the filed within five days after the filingof ,c
qualified and file no claim for exemp- forms, ask to consult the pamphlet of the claim. .
tion, or if you do not appear for phy- forms. XVII.
Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford Bank
sical examination, your name will be 3. Have the affidavits properly ac- Decisions of District Board on Indus- County
posted to the district board as one complished and return them to the trial Claim. at close of business June 20th 1917. '

who was called for military service board within the time limit assigned Within five days after the closingof } I ..

and was not exempted, or discharged. you-10 days from the filing of your proof in any industrial claim the
On the eighth day after call, or within claim. district board must decide the claim.If RESOURCES LIABILITIES

two days thereafter, copies of the REMEMBER: the decision of the district boardis
1 list of persons so posted to the district (a) You must submit your proofin in favor of the claim the board will Loans and Discounts $155,747.45 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00

boards will be given to the press witha the prescribed form, and the board issue a certificate of discharge. If Bradford County School Warrants 16,199.40 Surplus fundUndivided '10,000.00Town ,
request for publication, will be post- has no authority to exempt or dis- the decision is against the claim the -
ed in a place at the office of the local charge you unless you'submit all the district board will so notify you. of Starke Bonds 2,000,00 profits less expenses paid 7.965.A5 j =,

board accessible to the public view, affidavits required by regulations.b REMEMBER: Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 Cashiers checks outstanding 1,158.92 -

and notice will be mailed to you at the ( ) There will be no argument be- That you have been called for mil- II All other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 Deposits j
address on your registration card. fore the board and no proof other than itary sen-ice and that the certificateof 247,134.23 (
f I Therefore, watch the notices postedin the prescribed affidavits unless the< the district board is only conditional II Over-drafts secured: and unsecured 572.08 j '.:

the office of the board about 10 days board calls for other proof which it on your remaining in the kind of industrial Cash on hand and in Banks 89,764.73 -. '
after the day you were called and will do in only a limited number of: service on account of which I :
make arrangements for the prompt receipt cases. were discharged. No such I
} exemptionshall TOTAL $291,259.00 TOTAL i-
of mail. IX. continue when a cause thereforno $291,259.30'I I .,
VII. When Claims Are Decided. longer exists and your discharge or ...
Seven Days to File Claims of Exemption Every claim for discharge or ex- exemption may be withdrawn or modi- Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transaction f fI
or Discharge. emption will be decided by the local fied by the district board at any time
., (Except for industrial or agricultural I board within three days after your affidavits that the district board shall determine I of business is offered by us. Absolute safety, perfect convenience =

reasons.) have been filed.X. that the circumstances require it.
Note:- XVIII. I prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank.

(a) No claim of discharge on account Certificate of Exemption or Discharge. Appeals of Industrial Claim the _
to
of the industry in which you are If your claim is allowed a certificate President. I Your account is 'cordially invited and you are assured of our ;

engaged can be decided by a local of exemption or discharge will be issued Only decisions of district board on best attention at all times.Bradford '
board. I a
(See Paragraph XV below.) to you. industrial claim for discharge can be
(b) Whether you file a claim of ( REMEMBER: appealed.If -

; exemption or not, you must present (a) This certificate may be recalled you desire to appeal the decisionof
.' yourself for physical examination on at any time. the district boards to the President .ff
the day named in the notice. (b) If it is
temporary or conditional you may do so within seven days of Bank
I From the day notice that you are ; it becomes of no effect when the the date of mailing to you of the decision I : County
called is mailed and posted you haveseven time or the conditions named are ful- of the district board. To perfect
days in which you may file a filled. your appeal

,: claim of exemption or discharge. TheNorm (c) You have been drawn for mil- 1. Get or copy from the district or
for filing such a claim- itary service and when the condition local board Form 163. : I Bradford County's Financial Stronghold. : '

, i (a) Go to the board and get Forml that has postponed your posting to the 2. Fill out the form and file it with
110 for exemption or Form 121 for colors ceases you may be recalled at the district board. t >-
Starke
;: discharge. If the board has not the any time. 3. Do this within seven days after j Florida. j jo

,. ;k printed forms ask to consult the form (d) Remember that your case may the mailing notice to you of the decision ,
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1., pamphlet and copy the form shownthere. still be appealed to the district board of the district board in your .!
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I FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1fl1 IJA'. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGF3TIIREE
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r -:- ered. This action was taken after the GREECE HAS SEVERED RELATIONS is nothing. A great many e-n of the

( m m.11 post office inspectors had made a care- WITH KAISER BILLY clerks and stenographers at *e Wash-

News of Florida. in Short Paragraphs. ful investigation of the matter, their ington headquarters are \. lunteers,

.- .. -.. ____ report leaving no alternative except Will Probably Become an Active Par- working without pay. Chapter secre-
for the department to ask for McKay's ticipant in the War. taries in cities having all Oe: execu-
1 : resignation immediately. The irregu- tive work of branches and :>..xiliariesto
f. [Live State Ni larities of the assistant postmaster are do, receive smaller sakries than
WASHINGTON 16. Uncertainty
said to amount to about 1000. July. any charity secretaries in tJieir; com
as to Greece's status in the U munities. ;

Told by Our Exchanges. world war was cleared away today Are women privileged to;wear Red I
I PENSACOLA.-Information received with the receipt of official informationthat Cross nurses' uniforms 01 the Red
--_ / from Washington is that 1,000 more the Greek not
only
\\S= government RED CROSS PLEDGE Cross emblem on costume at fairs,
bluejackets and marines will be sent 'has severed relations with all four of
bazaars the
or parties pi ceeds of
FT. LAUDERDALE.-Gardena
a I
new cityeommissiopers aviation station for -
JACKSONVILLE. the Pensacola
to
the Central but is in
of this city have abol- new townsite has been laid out at the training in the next thirty days. It is state of powers with,them. actually This is the oath which members of which are to be devoted t* the Red

the office of commissioner public junction of the Miami: canal with the the desire to have temporary arrange- a war the Red Cross Society take. It is repeated Cross? J
ished Information has reached the state
held by L. D. Smoot and Bolles canal near Lake Okeechobee.This in the workrooms of the society They are absolutely not s. privileged. -
made to 1,000
works, a job ments so as put more dapartment that the Greek ministerin
In fact there specific laws
are
new town is in the center of a and is good to
day one remember -
,
paid $6,0000 per annum. men in training in the next thirty every a I
which Paris has notified the French
district being rapidly improved and gov- : against so doing, with specie<< punish-
machines turn-
days. New are being ernment. Greece considers herself
settled. It is located just six miles a "I pledge allegiance to flag, and ment for their infraction. $
Former Sena- ed out daily for training purposes, but full will my
,- belligerent and act accordingly. -
TALLAHASSEE What becomes of the doljir that I
south of Ritta and a temporary damis to the Republic for which it stands.
it will be months before the men
of Gainesville has new He said it
Williams not to
J. A. canalat was necessary for annual membership Si the Red
the Miami pay
tor to be built across One nation indivisible with Libertyand
,
taken charge of the office of state will reach that stage where they are issue a formal declaration of war, as Cross? ,
now once so as to furnish water trans- Justice for all. 1
commissioner. His predecessor competent to even make a flight. The the feels it is bound
government by
shell fish portation from Gardenia to Ritta and Fifty cents of it is retaird by the
whose term has training will be on the ground, where the declarations issued at
R. previously
Hodges
T. Lake Okeechobee. A road local Chapter to meet the expenses of
grading .
showing Mr. Williams they must study the machines, their Saloniki by Premier Venizelos. > < > < > -$> > <:> i' i' 'r9v -s io '!) '
. expored, was busy machine has been sent by Palm Beach the Chapter, which includes administration
details of the office. parts and engines, so that their edu- Greece is expected to lose no time in
all
road will expenses, local Red joss work
county to Okeelanta and a cation in this will be complete RED CROSS DEPARTMENT.RED 4
I be built immediately between Okee- respect mobilizing her war resources and join- and equipment for the bas hospital
before they take to the air. This num-
SPRINGS.-When rab- ing effectively in the common allied nearest. The remaining fifty cents
CRYSTAL lanta and Gardena.RAIFORD.At ber of men cannot be cared for in the operations in the Balkans. The war . i'io .
a nuisance in the gardenshere goes to headquarters to met the expenses -
became
bits recently, the women of the town navy yard proper, so it will be neces- strength of the Venizelos army is placed of national administration, as
"can a meeting of the sary to utilize territory on the reservation at about 60,000 men, and the rem- applicable to national disaster and
put an end to the difficulty by Citizens Bank Friday afternoon, the that is close to the yard. Tents nants of the former regular ,
excellent army foreign relief. The part Applied to
ning them. That is an way of Mr. J. C. cash- will be placed where houses
birds with stone resignation Byrd as very likely while not over 30,000 now, is capableof administration expenses is the least.
two one ,
of killing ier and Mr. George 0. stand until barracks be
was accepted, now can reaching 300,000 if munitions are How
the can an existing organization, '
when it is possible to preserve veg- Jacobs elected to take his place. :Mr. constructed. Hospital quarters are
provided. While it is understood the
in
church for
he time. a example, do'work for
and meat at same
etables Byrd retires after nearly seven years now under construction and will be new government has not yet mobilizedthis the Red Cross?

connection with the bank and his many I finished by the time the men arrive.MARIANNA.Tuesday army, the classes of 1916 and '17 By becoming an'approved ;huxiliary,
KEY WEST.-The body of an unknown I friends will regret to know that hence- were called to the colors about two + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + approval to be had from the local _
_
man supposed to hav; been forth they will not see his familiar I' weeks Commissioner Jonnart + +
night, according ago. chapter; or, if there is no chapter,
drowned on Saturday night at the ferry face at the cashier's window. He has to reports reaching this city, whom the allies entrusted with enforc- + CROSS CALL TO THE + from headquarters in Washi1gton.

slip at the Florida East Coast terminal not announced his plans for the future Deputy Sheriff Lawrence Gilbert shot ing Constantine's abdication, has reported + WOMEN OF BRADFORD. + How can I become a Red Cross

was seen to come to the top of but it is understood that he will and instantly killed a negro named that a Greek army of 250,000men .&. -- .. -nurse..--- :: _

the water Sunday about noon and was take a short rest before taking up oth- Chas Smith, whom he was attemptingto will be raised to add to the 700- + The Red Cross requests any- + You must be between the ages of

devoured by a man-eating shark be- er work. arrest. The fatal shot was fired as 000 allied soldiers already in the Bal- + one who can to send old linen or + twenty-five and forty. (This age lim-
fore a rescue party could put it on the kans.A + cotton cloths that be used for +
the negro partially pulled a heavy cal- can it may be lowered); you must be a
docks. FERNANDINA.-This city is now ibre revolver from his bosom to resist. Greek mission may be sent to the + the sick. Cut handkerchiefs 18 + graduate of an approved school of at

in the swim. The story is about the According to the best information obtainable United States, not only to negotiatefor + inches square from your old ma- + least fifty beds; you must .have had

PALM BEACH.-While playingwith sale of a large piece of waterfront Smith escaped from the road supplies for this army, but also to + terial and send them either hem- + two years' professional experience after -

a shotgun that he said he did not property to the Fernandina Shipbuilding gang of convicts late Sunday afternoon present Greece's situation as to the + med or unhemmed to the Starke + graduation; you must bej registered I

know was loaded, Hobart, aged eight and Dry Dock Company, and the and that night burglarized! a general world reconstruction after the + headquarters. also want old, + as a nurse in your state; you must
shot r nd Instantly killed his five paper says that this means much activity number of houses. Reports .)f all war. For the present, it is probable + heavy materials to be used as hot + pass a physical examination and a
yean old brother, Leasel Robinson Collins and a reawakening of the fine kinds were rife and the citizens were Greece will be munitioned by the al- + water bags, covers, etc. Old ta- + written examination, both given by

year at seven o'clock Saturday morning old town. According to the NewsRecord naturally very much wrought up over lies. + ble napkins of any quality, old + the Red Cross on request. An appli-
in the summer home of their par- the new company which is plan- the matter. At first some other dar- It is understood here that while some + Indianhead, etc., are very neces- + cation and all particulars mzn- be obtained .

ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Collins, at ning to build ships at Fernandina, hasa kies were arrested on suspicion, but pro-German and anti-war spirit remains + sary articles in caring for the + from headquarters in 'If ashing-

Juno. capital stock of $1,000,000 and report later developments proved conclusively in Greece, a great majority of + sick.Wash + ton. *
_____ i _..r.. .. has it that active operations are that Smith was the culprit. Leaving the people are happy that a flat decis- + cloths cut from old Turk- + If one joins the Red Cros(| is service -

to begin within a few weeks. This Blountstown the negro went over ion has at last been made.It + ish toweling or old counterpanes; + obligatory? > _
LIVE OAK.-The city authorities city is ideally situated for shipbuilding into the Clarksville neighborhood and is realized that Greece has a + cut about 9 inches square. Knit + No Red Cross service of anv sort or

,, have begun a drive for the reckless and the advent of a heavily capi- three more houses were burglarized.In splendid opportunity to strengthen her + wash cloths can be made from + nature is obligatory. .

drivers, the loafers and other dissolute talized company will certainly mean the meantime it was reported that international position. + eight or ten ply knitting cotton, + Can I work with the Red Cr,ss without __ __ _

I charzctersabouttheit/.= Nearly...____,a.,; prosperity fo rthe place. attempts had .been. .made to assault: ++ No. 4 needles, 61 stitches, knit + becoming a member? j
dozen cases were inea in '.UilUl" .. two ladies ana he shot at one twice, CONGRESS MAY BE AUTHORIZED I about ten inches square. + You can, though probably ninety-
court last Monday under these headings near the latter place. Searching par- TO PRESENT ANOTHER LOAN + AH who wish to contribute any + I nine per cent of the women Il l and the lowest amount the Mayor EUSTIS.-Clifton G. Peckham, of ties were scouring the woods and oth- + of the above articles must deliver + i Cross work are members. Jut why

named was "five dollars, or fifteendays" this city, went to Washington, D. C., ers guarded roads, etc., to prevent his + same to Mrs. A. M. Darby, .+ should you want to be a non)nember
and that just for a plain drunk. Wednesday and made the acquain- escape. E. M. Toole of this city, was WASHINGTON July 20.Congresswill + chairman Military Relief committee + when for one dollar-a year yoj can bea
tance of an elderly man and accom- called with his hounds and went to the probably be authorized before ad- + or the Starke Red Cross + full member. >

W. H. Cox state panied him on a sightseeing trip about scene. Tuesday afternoon the trail led journment of the present session to + Headquarters, not later than Fri- + If I am accepted as a K<*1 Cross
MIAMI.-Dr. Dr., S. J. the city. They stopped in a lunch room to a negro house where it was learned authorize another loan to the Allies. + day, August 3rd. + nurse, what assurance have I.hat: I'llbe
notified
health officer has this and got something to eat, and while He had made arrangements to get sup- The present authorization is three billion + + sent to the firing line? i .

Peters, city physician at him point to, there the stranger suddenly recalled per that night. The posse awaited his dollars and this sum will no doubtbe + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + None at all, for you won'tie> as! a
to isolate a leper reported by that the he had exhausted within three or four
few only money was a coming, but in some way missed them woman nurse. The pictures, Red
the tate board of health a days $ OOO dollar bill. The man from Florida and reached the he-use where he months at the rate the governmenthas
however means was WHAT OUR LOCAL RED CROSS IS Cross nurses on the field sui Coring a _
isolation
ago. The loaned him two twenty-dollar bills admitted. been loaning money to the Entente
Deputy Gilbert, hearinghim wounded man while shell burst
is DOING.
of the disease
only that the victim Until he could get his thousand-dollar went to the house and attemptedto Indications point out that the amountof around them, are products \\i..>lly of
to pla-
not to be permitted to go public iiill changed. The stranger enteredthe the second authorization will be for
will into arrest him, with the result that he the artists' imaginations. A.-, a Red
ces where she can and come Post Office Department saying it no less than the first and that it may This
Under this was forced to kill him in self defense. week sixty comfort kits have Cross nurse you will never be obliged _
contact with other people. was a bank, to get change. He can- be as high as five billion dollars. been sent to the soldier boys. These to be close enough to the firing line
ruling, she must remain at her home. tinued through the building and disappeared HISTORICAL FACTS. There is every reason to believe the comfort kits cost at wholesale prices to be in danger. You are mot likelyto

with the Florida man's $40.JACKSONVILLEAccording administration's policy of financingthe about $1.10 each. be out of the sound of firing.entire-

LAKE LAN .-The Southern Util- Allied governments for purchasesto Under the direction of the Military 17. .
which The Caesars and senators who ruled in be made in this country will be con- Relief _
ities corporation Committee branch is .
Company, a to an our now -.-
ancient Rome tinued throughout the period of the
bought number of Florida lighting making three dozen sheets three doz-
up a announcement made by Receiver H. G. Were quite convinced that Woman's wa. T
and ice plants a few years ago, en pillow cases four dozen towels anda
,
National Bank ,
Murray of the Heard ,
,
place was strictly in the home. From the indications Con.
of present The Sec t.
raise the price Beauty -
has determined to large number of wash cloths.A .
is making preparations for the -
a and St. Au- pay- "She cannot hurl a spear, they said, press will remain in session until late
ice. Lakeland Ft. Myers party in town has sent in to the
ment of 45 cent dividend on the
a per "she cannot gladiate in October.AMERICAN.
gustine are among the cities affected, claims of depositors of the defunct in- It takes whatever brains she's; to Red Cross seven pairs of yarn socks, I; Ladies desire that irresistible -
got
and there were complaints a plenty. which are much needed articles for
stitution. It is stated that probably I keep her hat on straight. charm A good
The Lakeland people created such a ; TROOPS TO PRACTICE the.: soldiers in the trenches.
within month approximately a million ,
a Just let her bear and 'tend the kids complexion.Otoursethey
'! 4S
furore that the readily yielded -
company dollars THE TRENCH WARFARE
and
reinstated. a quarter represent and get the cooking done, I do not wishothers:
the old r\1
and price.was :
ing this percentage of the claims, will Us men will run this nation as a coun- ABOUT THE RED CROSS. *-
\ be paid. Checks for the dividend are try should be run." Practice in Bomb and Hand Grenade '4 #1-Ic to know a beiutifier

i GAINESVILLE-Can any county in now being written. These, togetherwith Throwing to be Taken Up. The August number of the Ladies' has been used so they
Florida beat this for cotton? A Haw- records of the bank and other pa- V buyabott1eofMagnolia *
;. And now from any of the hills aroundSt. dome Journal contains a page con-
thorne Company ahs 400 acres in cot- pers, will be sent to Washington for Peter's dome AMERICAN TRAINING CAMP IN ducted by William Howard Taft, the

>, ton on the Anthony Farms Company's the signature of the deputy comptroller In twenty minutes you can see what's FRANCE, July 26.-The American chairman of the Central Committee, Balm

1 : land in a solid body. It is as high as a general. left of ancient Rome.In troops will extend the scope of their American National Red Cross. The

tan man's head and literally covered training Monday by beginning practice following are some questions and an- LIQUID FACE POWDEK

with blooms and bolls, many of the MIAMI.-The engineering work for China, in the early days when Mr. in bomb and hand grenade throw- swers, taken from this page, relativeto and Ole according to simple direction, improvement -
, bolls ready to open. The cotton field is I the Napoleon B. Broward drainage Ming was king ing. The majority of the officers, including "What Folks are Asking About the lefrething.i* noticed Heal.at Sunburn once. Soothing.(top*T UI.coo: na and

a beauty and has been given the best I district in the Everglades has been I They. used to sell a woman for what- the general staff! have already Red Cross." Pink. Witt... Ro.e.Rd
of work- and attention.' SDeculation isI placed in charge of the firm of Isham ever price she'd bring. experimented successfully along this One hears a great deal about the 75c.at'Dnagg S'.rJp niil Iimd.' (

rife as to ;hthit will make a bale Randolph & Co., of Chicago, which already And so she wouldn't get a chance to lina with the aid of French expert as- large salaries paid Red Cross execu- Sample (either color) for 2c. Su .p.

to the acre or half that much. Either has charge of a number of the run around and talk sistants, and they will be able to instruct tives. What is the truth? Lyon Mf f.Co.. 40 South Fifth St..Brooklyn.N.Y.
means big money. drainage districts in Florida and else- They tied elastics around her feet until their men. From appearancesthe The Red Cross executives are in reality -

where. Mr. Randolph was chairmanof she couldn't walk. Americans are speedily becoming the lowest paid officials of any

ST. PETERSBURG.-Four brick- the Everglades Engineering commission "No sabee talk, no sabee thing," said proficient in this mode of warfare andas organization of relief in America. Mr. Whenever You Need denernl Tonic

layers on the new Poisettia hotel hired by the trustees of the they. "No sabee fight; a whole the American officers have Henry P. Davidson, who left his deskas Take Grove's
Internal Fund in 1913 Us We lun outdistanced the French in J. P. Morgan & Co. to
building, were stunned during an elec- Improvement men heap sabee evely'ing. already partner The Old Standard Grove's Tnstelesr
trical storm Wednesday afternoon to make a survey and plan for Ever- num nation light." throwers. head the Red Cross War Council, receives chill Tonic is equally valuable as a

while working on a scaffolding four glades drainage. This commission no salary: Judge Robert S. Lov- General Tonic because it contains the

stories high. All had narrow escapes planned the St. Lucie control canal, And now the weakest nation can set MEXICAN GOVERNMENT IS AL- ett, Chairman of the Board of Direc- I well known tonic properties of QU1 NTh Rand
from death because of their precarious row under construction, and estimatedthat sail across the seas. LOWED TO GET AMMUNITION. tors of the Union ?acific railroad, is IRON. It act on the Liver, Drives
: position and one of their number, the main canals essential to complete And grab a hunk of China with the giving his service to the Red Cross en- out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
of the entire Everglades without Mr. Taft's sal- Builds up the Whole System. V)ceati
: Thomas Brice, toppled off and would drainage most delightful ease. WASHINGTON 26.-Two millions tirely salary;
,
would cost upwards of $23,000000. ,- July is nothing Mis Boardman's sal- -
have been dashed to death the side- ary ;
on seven hundred thousand roundsof .. .. . ..
-
salk had he not fallen into a through- The Indian chief who used to own ammunition, which was bought and ary is nothing; Miss Delano's salary I' .

.j like; affair that had been built to prevent more land than Vincent Astor paid for in this country more than a STARKE *

bricks from falling on pedes- OCALA.-Shortly after noon Wed- Believed the male was born to be the year and a half ago by the Mexican CALOMEL SALIVATES : FRATERNAL DIRECTORY <

: t T tnans. Practically every workman nesday Dallas T. Jeffcoat committed female's lord and master, government, has been released for AND MAKES YOU SICK 4
on the building. was stunned by the suicide by shooting himself throughthe She split the wood and built the fire shipment into Mexico. The govern- : F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. 4

: bolt heart. The rash act was caused by and cooked his food for him ment is represented as being in urgent 35. Meets every second and Q

; a warrant for his arrest, alleging for- And. whether she ate anything depended need of the ammunition in orderto Acts Like Dynamite on a Sluggish I fourth Monday nightsj (!>

PLANT CITY-With favorable conditions gery and having been sworn out by on his whim. safeguard important lines of com-i Liver and You LoseaDay'sWork. .
I South Florida will produce a his employer, J. M. Meffert. The deputy -i "Me heap big chief," he used to say, munication which protect Americanand I. 0. 0. F., May Loage No. 10. *

i. large quantity of rice this year. The sheriff went to Jeffcoat's home to "Me wakum injun law; other foreign interests. Ambas- 4 Meets every Tuesday night.. $
I acreage has been largely increased in serve the warrant. As soon as he readit Him woman only good for work. Him sador Fletcher will return immediately .

all sections, and especially through Mr. Jeffcoat said: "Very well, let only no 'count squaw." and arrange for the details of the There's no reason why a person 4 M. W. of A., Starke Camp.

1 Hillsborough and Manatee counties. me get my collar and tie." He walked delivery. should take sickening, salivating cal- 4 Meets every first and third Wednesday 3"

The call for more food crops has been into-the bathroom, picked up his pistol And though for many, many years the --.. omel when 50 cents buys a large bottleof 4 nights. ;.
I 'I' heard throughout Florida and rice I II and in less than a minute it was all ov chieftain had his way, Make your letterheads advertise Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect 4 { 4

I .. planters' increased their acreage and er. Jeffcoat had lived in Ocala for You don't see many Indians owning your business. Give them individuality substitute for calomel.It 4 W. 0. W., All Friuids Camp *

, J ome who had never before tried it, nearly ten years, and was private secretary real estate today. make them distinctive, noticeablenot is a pleasant, vegetable liquid 4 No. 138. Meets every second and put in few and will good and bookkeeper for Mr. MeffertHe Clipped.BOSCHEE.S Use stock 4 fourth A
. S a acres get a .- commonplace. good which will start your liver just as sure- Friday nights.
, .1 wop. Rice is one of the staples and is is survived by his young wife, for- !and have them printed by the Tele- ly as calomel, but it doesn't make you 4 f

!t ue to be worth money this coming merly Miss Myrtice Spier, of Plant GERMAN SYRUP graph. sick and can not salivate. 4 Union Chapel Camp:., No. 536, 4
? winter. City, and three little children. Why use ordinary cough remedies, Children and grown up folks can 4 meet every first and third Friday '?>
Boschee's German has
;, when Syrup r. take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it 4 nights at Union Chapel. J. A. Ellington *?.
for
[f KEY WEST.-After narrowly escaping TAMPA-The postoffice departmenthas been used in all so parts successfully of the United fifty-one States COFFINS CASKETSAnd is perfectly harmless. 4 Clerk, R. No. It!, Starke. 1>

.::11 drowning when the coal barge, asked for the resignation of Post- years for coughs, bronchitis, colds settledin a full line ofUndertakers' Calomel is a dangerous drug. It i is 4
.:!it I City of Washington foundered on a master McKay of this city, to take the throat, especially! lung trouble I mercury and attacks your bones. Takea 4 Visiting brothers aJ cordially *

") reef 45 miles southwest of this city, place immediately. The reason for the It gives the patient a good night's rest Supplies dose of nasty calomel today and you 4 invited to attend these1' meetings. 4

"::1 Capt. Alonso Dutch and three mem- action is understood to be irregularities free from coughing, with easy expN'toration Automobile Hearse. will feel weak, sick, and nauseated to- e 44,4,44,4,4,4,4,4,4,4,4c4

,t hers of the barge crew have reached in the money accounts of'the assistant in the mornirg, gives naturea Always on hand. The best service morrow. Don't lose a day's work. + 4. V

rj| Key West on the tug Three Friends. postmaster at this office, and it chance to soothe the inflamed parts at the lowest prices. Special Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver !.

: : t;. Another man, the barge cook, is missing is said that while the latter official and thrrw off the disease, helping! the attention to telegraph orders. Tone instead and you will wake up What is LAX-FOS

} j and may have been drowned. TheM must account to his bondsmen, so far patient to regain his health. 25 and feeling great. No more biliousness, IAX-FOS1 IS AN WPROYIO CASCARA

M>| captain and crew were rescued by the as the money part of the matter is 75 cent bottles. Sold ty C. P. Cason. RegisteredEmbalmer constipation, sluggishness, headache, A Digestive Liquid Lax-lfo Cathartic .
crew of after concerned, that the department takes coated stomach. You
ti! the Three Friends a tongue or sour ; and Liver Tonic. Contains ascara Bark
41; 'Wrtcking: crew from Key West had the view that Postmaster McKay is responsible Tta tThat DON Hot Afftct TIN HMd DeWITT C. JONES druggist says if you don't find Dod- Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb; Root Black
41!; borrowed the barge's only lifeboat and to such extent for permittingthis Became of iu tonic and laxative effect.LAXATIVE son's Liver Tone acts better than horrible Root,May Apple Root Senna Leaves and

,i11 failed to return. The barge was being situation to exist, that his official Quinine BROMO and does QUININE not causi is better nervo than:nejs ordinary nctingug : Starke, Fla. calomel your money is waitingfor Pepsin. Combines strength with palatable -
v;:I wwed by the tug Luckenbach No. 4 connection with the Tampa office is in head. Remembei the full name and you. (12-4%) aromatic taste. Does pot gripe. 50c
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 27.1J17.T


I' (' can save and she can buy cheaper than 1064-John Johnson, Raiford. 113-John Ardell Starling, Highland. 636-Stephen DeSue, Jr., .Starke. 308-William Harley Haile o L!'L

t 1' Bradford County Telegraph I her husband; can. She can, if profi- 1205-Arley Rence Reynolds, Gra- 725-Thos. J. Poppell, Starke. 735-Archibald J. Harris, Starke. 429-Charles L'enj.: Harder Lola.

f cient at her calling, make savory dishes ham. 1004-Silas P. Yarborough: Raiford. 634-Ernest James Benton, Starke. 1055-George Black, JaifClrr. '

from the materials within her 'I 1091-Lesley Lloyd: Parrish, Dukes. 156-John Morgan Little, Lake But- 326-John Oscar Tison, Guilford. 1225-Charles Murvir. Phiips; it,..
entered see- *
t' Published"Weekly, and as I reach. 470-Alfred Thomas, Brooker. ler. I 447Chas. Sylvester Kelly, Brook- ressa. I; ..; I

J' ODd class matter at the post-office ate Meat is only the concentrated food SI 2-Virgil Powell, Lulu. 1034: -John H. Denmark, Raiford. er.76William. 394-Robert Johnsorj Lull. : 1

'5' Starke, Florida. I Ii ingredients found in seeds and vegetables 90-Julius S. Eunice, Lawtey. 808-Conway Mathews, Starke. McLeod, Lawtey. 1025-EdJie HilliardlRaiftd. I
. and we get the same nourish- 191-Calvin Crawford, Lake Butler. 780-Archibald Thomas Starke. 672-Everett Markley Johns, Starke. 417-Collee Laskett..Lake Butler .

1 Editor and Owner ment from the latter as from the for- 477-Horace Ellard Stokes, Brooker. 1183-Geiger Lee Barry, Graham. 949--James GYiffis, Raiford. 354-Ruby Williams; Lakfj Butler. I
MATTHEWS,
, i E. S. mer by eating a larger quantity. The 267-Willie Alvin Knight, Lake But- 393-Zeb Daniels, Dukes. 445-Gilbert Bullockj, 1
\ : H. E. LAGERGREX, Associate Editor Turkish laborer, the strongest known, 1187-BennSe Williams, Graham. ler. 993-Rance J. Andrews, Jr., Raiford. 217-Arthur Colur&us JVhittakp ; I

.!Q I lives on pancakes and syrup, dates and 1170-Dave Reed, New River. 567-Gus Wynn, Sampson City. 104S-Blake B. Kelly, Raiford. Lake B tler. f > : i

," 1 is said to beans. The hardy Chinese and Japan- 753-Dozier Young Forsyth: Saxton. 1218-Willie Turner, Graham. 1065-Bert Seals, Raifor;. 259-Jesse McMillai}, LaA: Butler t!
:
.. } The new hotel inspector" Wonder if his aese laborers live almost exclusivelyon 130-John Leon Chancey, Lake But- 421-Oscar Lee Summers, Lulu. 851-Richard Marvin Mosley, Starke. 1068-John Ih milt ,;' Wl.te, lAke j j
l spell hotel "hotell. rice. The strongest, healthiest ler. 940-Math L. Mann, Raiford. 1181-Lonnie J. Mosley, New River. Butler'; 1

I 1 l ability in other lines ?is as But pronounced then his- American family the writer has ever 858-Levy Ekin! Johns, Hampton. 1232-Joseph Bryant, Brooklyn. 158-Will Jones, Lake Butler. 322-Duncan Bryan; Lak*, Butler: I

I as it is in spelling all's seen were exclusive vegetarians. Wewill 1254-Isaac Robinson: Lawtey. 778-James R. Tison, Starke. 1120-James Kirbyan '
TO Worthing&
300.
Alabama, so 201
t father was from feel all the better for eating less 169-Stephen Butler Hendricks, Lake 1-Edwin Lowell Shunck, Lawtey.: ton. ; I

\ well.-Palatka Herald.. meats. Fish can still be had and is 168-Wm. Thomas Morris, Lake But- Butler. 187-Scott Barnum Crawford, Lake 242-John Cunningham. Like Batler:. J

t The Starke Telegraph, one of the a good substitute for meat.It ler. 436-Thomas Jefferson Jones, Lulu. Butler.52James. 702-Joe Johnson, tarke J !

; brightest and best papers in all Flor- is not likely that the economical 1023-Andrew J. Hilliard, Starke. (.96-Ralph Hedgman, Lake Butler. Blaine Teston, Lawtey. 232-David Be.nnenjan; Jike Butler !

ida has just entered its thirty-ninth situation will be any harder than it is 424-Bennie Lee Gay, Lulu. 1-89-Charles H. Crews, Raiford. 105--John L. Gaskins, Starke. 597-Paul Frederick; Baistfen, Starke! i i
: Potatoes flour and beans will 270 Ardine Norris Holland Johns- 650 Harvey Green, Starke. 694-Gilbert i
: yea'r. May it long continue to enjoy now. 840-Stephen Diggs, Starke. IixonStarty.;
-, prosperity and to battle for the principles become cheaper, on account of the 1188-James Brown, Graham. town.'iOiElijah. 836-Newton Strickland, Starke. 198-John Wesley Mann, Lake But. I i

1 of true Democracy.-Palatka enormous food production all over the 657-Solomon Heyden Strickland, Alfred Harris, Worth- 36-Arthur Starling, Lawtey. ler. ; i j

I. Herald. country and the food regulation. Someof Starke. ington.862LeRoy. 985-Elisha W. Wilkinson, Sapp. 1018-James E. Crews, Ralord. j

r the prosperity now enjoyed by the 175-Samuel Thomas Lake Butler. Williard Clark, Hampton. 352-Fred Sheeley, Lake Butler. 799-Andrew Jackson: Br'am, Stark I
What does man when the "sas- North and East will soon come to 300-Alex. Preston Harnage, Lulu. 418-Allison Bielling, Lake Butler. 671-Mack McCoy, 'Stark*\.

" saeity" writer says that Miss Soandso Florida, and almost every business 278-Luther Jackson, Lake Butler. 1109-Alonzo Drew Noble, Worthington. 920-Lacy Griffis, Raiford. 561-David Canter Star!-.

t is the house guest of Miss Soandso? will then be enabled to pay higher 1021-Wm. A. Browning, Raiford. 456-Shelley Irvin Fowler, Brooker. 195-Henry Hall, Lake B.tler.

! 1 "- Surely it don't mean that some of the wages, to offset the high price of liv 1240-Robert Barton, Brookly-n. 155-R. H. Willford, Lake Butler. 806-Alfred Varnes, Starke.

I guests use the barn and only the ing.We 524-Sim Cooper, Brooker. 284-Warren Clement Coffin, Johns- 1176-Pliney B. Crews, Lake Butler. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +1

's "elite" are allowed to take up quartersin have been too extravagent, and town. 416-Clifford Clifton Taylor, Lake + *

the house-Lake Butler Times. though the lessons in saving we now 138-Roman Addison, Lake Butler. Butler. + NOTICE TO REGISTRANTS, *
have to take are as drastic as dosesof 911-James McNeil, Sapp. 807-John Beville Prevatt, Starke. 617-Isaac Blake Carlton, Starke. + -

The reports that the American soldiers horse medicine, they will do us 1172-Walter Redmond, New River. 930-Ernest Ginn Raiford. 526-Reuben Carrie Dyal, Brooker. + Owing to the fact that the official ++

in France are being will have fed twenty ten- good. For after the war and recon- 532-Calvin Brinkley Hayes, Brooker. 185-DeWitt T. McGill, Lake Butler. 609-Grover Cleveland Sweat, + list did not n'ach us in time 4
ounces of meat a day a struction with econo- 265 Uriah Stevens, Lake Butler. Starke. .
are over a new + for publication this week
dency to rob the draft of some of its mical will when the 707-Franklin Christopher Stokes, 285 Louis Ferguson Lake Butler. 613-Sidne Jackson Starke. the +
! !: rations than era begin, strug- + Telegraph wll set the lit 1: of reg- +
terrors. That's better gle to make a living will be harder Starke. 1119-Chester Arthur McLeod, Worth- 316-Louis Alford, Lake Butler. + trants as soon a; '
lots of laboring people over here can than in the years preceding the war, 1002-George H. Cone, Fargo, Ga. ington. 274-Schell D. Carver, Lake Butler. + post them on the boa nct'and( In front 4+

.I command.-Lakeland. Telegram. and having learned how to "live hard"we 1151-Ichabod Phillips Lake Butler. 1051-Paul Jones, Raiford. 9.J8-John Thompson, Raiford. + of the Telegraph Jfficc. jk'ith this +

During a recent slight earthquakein will more readily accommodate 1101-Charley Fountain, Worthington 60-Marion G. Wilson, Lawtey. 968-Otis Thornton, Raiford. + list will appear the con|:tionl u +

I the British cabinet, Winston Spen- ourselves to the new order of things.As 368-Williard Lamar Clyatt, Lulu. 303; -George Spottman Elixson, Lake 546-Tate Kite, Starke. + shown on the official: It which +
the to our present economical dilemna, 974joel B. Griffis, Raiford. Butler. 1154-Stafford L. Crews, Lake Butler. +
cer Churchill was named as new may affect the standing,f a few +
, minister of munitions, vice Dr. Chris- we suffer it in order that distress of 388-Geo. Wallace Shaller, Lake But- 563-Willie August Brown, Starke. 766-Charles Dell, Starke. i + numbers considerably. 4

'I topher Addison. Mr. Churchill has other nations may be alleviated, and ler. 1I6S-Rob. Andrews, New River. 734Walter Silcox, Starke. + 4

I been very plain spoken concerning the the Providence who watches over all 773-Romey J. Andrews, Starke. 14G- Arthur James Mills, Lake But 1072-Charley A. Crawford, Dukes. i + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + ++.

I 1 inefficiency of the British navy, and will temper the wind for us. 608-J. B. Mills, Starke. ler.2S3Richard. 511-Calvin Jerod Crews, Brooker. I i .
I 406-Lawrence Clyde Smith, Lake 205-Willie Cloud Wilson Lake But-
\ we may probably look for a newborn Butler. : King, Lake Butler. NOTICE OF APPLICATION' FAR TAX DEED
t activity in that branch hereafter. DRAWING FOR SELECTIVEDRAFT 843-John Simon, Starke. ler. UNDER SECTION 8 OF ClfePTEB 4UI
? ARMY WAS HELD 519-Preston Mills Barefoot, Brooker. 1050-Elter Rosier, Lulu. 913-Andrew Kite, Raiford. LAWS OF fLOIU,A.
. Hereby notice ii rnei that'.ouia H.
l The Times-Union's culinary expert 1008-Wash. I. Roberts, Raiford. 342-Thomas Edward Moore, Lulu. purchaser of tax .It' eertrfuatea tnmlenj HilL
} Ii gives a recipe for making "sauerkraut (Continued From Page 1.) 25-Morgan Riley Kersey, Lawtey. 229-James Price, Lake Butler. 860-Perry Elkin Johns, Hampton. I I respectively 64 and 6 i Lined I. the Tu Col
ft From simply reading the 392-Fred Malphurs, Lake Butler. Raiford.I lector for Bradford Ccl.ntr. f'..-: Ja. each of I
934-James C.
candy. Lake Yarborough,
-J \ 410-John Bell, Butler. .said certificates being fated ttI 3rd day fAumist 1
\ of the it strikes one 889-Kad Mill Watterson, Hampton. 460-William Anderson Brooker. A. O. has filed
i I heading squib, 299-James Daniel Furman Bell, Lu- 1414. &id eertiintM 1 i iI
i that trying to make candy out of 792-James English, Starke. 383-Walter Fashaw, Lake Butler. lu. 427-Joe Holmes, Lake Butler. !|I in my office, and haj made plieatioa for' I
I 5-Arthur C. Pearce, Lawtey. Butler. tar deed to issue in aec>r Turner Lake
1166-Roan J. i
\, sauerkraut would be as hopeless as 350 Charles Bagley Lake Butler. 1075-William Elbert Thornton, Lake 666-Arthur Boman Williams, The said eertifieate'1respxMelt: I enibratttlh i
,
-
;J. i trying to extract sunbeams from cu- 588-Roy Edwards, Starke. Butler. Starke. follo..inland.* in radf".1/o.ia!'. for- I
54-James 0. McCormick, Starke. 856-Earl Leslie Manire Hampton. ida _fH-d et the data of the MJULO t ei iwt
cumbers. But he candy is really made Burke 241-Thomas Croft Hall, Lake But- I
1189-David Roan Graham.
870-John Wesley Marshall, Hamp- Bert alt. ir the na'!e a m>pv i :'y beret
3 I from brown sugar and cocoanut and 705-Joe Rouse, Starke. 750-Alonzo Goodge, Sampson City. ler. after particularly set 'i.rth. toit: !

: gets its name only from its appear- ton.298Lum. Columbus Hodges, Lake 576-George Arch Anderson, Starke. 58-Vann Moore, Lawtey.: 40-Union Robinson, Starke. sub Certificate division No.of Ilut 64 Imbracei T.....te'.:5ia.i esMd Wn.Williams. On'l. I
944-W. Albert Griffis Raiford. :
} ance. Yet we fear this is a case when Butler. 150-William Thomas Hersey, Lake 572-Daniel Monroe Moore, Starke. i iCe
there is much in a name. This candyI 320-Chester Jackson Johnson, Lake Butler. 100-Alex. A. Ott, Lawtey. tiflcate No. 65 'tnbra t. i.t 1 in OtflI t I
675-Oswood Darling Kersey, Starke !
Butler. sub-division of Fast Lavtey. jiesed
Dan
I will never be popular. Noah Howard 1076-John Bunyon McNiel, Dukes. i
; 19- Lawtey. I
1148-Hayes Cooper, Worthington. M. SmitV q !
950-Kiler C. Cannon
Mt 343 Mason Elixson Lake Butler. Sapp. 400-Abram Willie Johnson, Lulu. 1138-Angus Bielling! Worthington. !.*nk.id certiSotesaccording fb,1't'; br rek.med :
in Leon and Wakulla counties ,
ii Negroes 926-Everett Johns, Raiford. 4 M. L. Bradley Lawtey. I 157-Alvin Bailey, Lake Butler. to law tax deed viy: issue tbema !
,
"chilluns" wil- 982-Clarence Newsom, Raiford. the 3rd of .*.
0.
who have they are on day Self mir. f mi. i
1010 James E. Futch Raiford.
t. Silcox Starke. 115-Gilbert Steward, Lawtey. 236-Reuben Glover Lake Butler. Witness my official _ignatuK. and Mil tin
726-David
: ling to spare, are said to leave them Levy 919-Berry D. Andrews, Raiford. 832 John Starke. the 25th day of ,July l\. D. ii7.w. l
' along the roads traveled by those 549-Leon Everett Miner, Starke. Callaway, 500 TO 596. I t; WEEKS. '
;, 656-Ura McKinney, Sampson City.
1180 Cleveland New River. .
1132-Wm. Douglass Worth- -Sy. Stall Clerk. ,
Henry ,
\ Georgians who during the' winter go
814-Fred Dell, Starke. 206-Rance Parrish, Guilford. 1168-Lawson Foster. New River. By R. a. WEEKS. ;
: to the Gulf'Coast to fish. The travelers ington. 1070-John Daniel Crawford,.Dukes. 7-27-5L; Deputy Ottr ;
s cheerfully snap up the piccaninnies 440-Wm. 0. Forsyth, Lake Butler. 228-Sandy Vany Wilson, Lake But- 214-Henry Davis Johnson, Lake
_117_.:_*-W... H. Sann. Vew River_
:; hide them away in their covered 741-Elam Lewis, Starke. 738-Joe nrr'Griffis, Starke. ler. Butler. LASS IFIE n 1

\. wagons, take them home and raise 1054-Ben Lewis Raiford. 1167-Barney Foster, New River. 136-Jesse Melton Kerce, Lake But- 629-Leton Morgan, Starke.

: them for field hands. In the interior 711-Ernest Eugene Lee, Starke. 1097-Joe Furman Hedgman Dukes. ler. 647-Thomas Allen Underhill, : ** J

; t of the state such opportunities for reducing 1022-James M. Conner, Raiford. 1191-Lacy Prevatt, Brooker.: 872-John L. Marr, Highland. Starke.864Sanford. ADVERTISING i
families do not exist-but 841-Will James, Starke. 430-Luther Bailey, Lake Butler. A. Johnson, Hampton. I
1234-Rod. Wilkerson Brooklyn. SALEThrJe
;. there are other ways. For instance, 638-John Andrew Jackson McKinney 848-B. J. Starling, ,Starke. 328-Louis Edgar Nettles, Lulu. 29-Grady Potts, Lawtey.: FOR hor s. Geo. A. I

the other day a colored woman in Lake Starke. 1118 A. Dukes Worthington. 965-Joseph Thornton, Raiford. 918-Ellery Sapp, Starke. Gardiner, Starke. -.. 6-15-tt I
Redding I
-
4 Butler received by express four small 1032-Herbert I. Whitten, Raiford. 96-George Austin, Lawtey. 533-Addie Jackson, Brooker. FOR SALE-At once, "good horse, I

negro children from an unknown ship- 623-L. G. Mott, Starke. ': 896-Charley Whitten, Hampton. 1159-Hezekiah McCloe, New River. cheap, Jay S. Brown.

per. Both consignor and consigneeare 269-Henry Bailey, Lake Butler. 121-Cecil Iveson Cason, Lake But- 1098-Acy Johnson, Dukes. 114-Claud Stacey Addison, Lawtey. I

satisfied, the former on account of 685-Arthur Caraway, Starke. Iff.221James. I 624-Robert Mills, Starke. 151-Milliard Shelton Hall, Lake I WANTED ife' calves, 5 mob
1141 Othoe Mizell Worth- H. Strawder, Lake But- old and up, $10 feach delivered Godi .
t reducing his family by four hungry Asbury 544-Perry Madison Johns, Starke. Butler.
mouths, the latter because of soon being ington. ler. 747-Charley Les, Starke. 61-Willie McRight, Lawtey. 1 i win, Harrell & (I so., Sad, Fla. 7-Wt
1139-Sebron Marion Dukes Dukes.
able to "control labor," by having 1016-Lacy Varnes, Raiford. 929-Everett E. Norman, Raiford. -t-
four strawberry and cotton pickers to 335-Jacob Guilford Weeks, Guilford. 1214-Harry White, Graham. H94William Howard Thomas, Gra- 603-Thomas J. Alderman, Starke. FOR SALE-1911 Fof touring car,
f ; hire out. 493-Allen Thaddeus Carter, Brooker. 336-James Leslie Crews, Guilford. bam.1199Riley. 618-Fred Jackson, Starke. $200. First claps condition. W. V.

t 212-Benjamin Rhodes Newsom, Smith Wasden Graham. 986-Lonnie Williams, Raiford. Pascall, WaldoIFla.i "! ., I
I 923-Louis Johns Raiford. Lake Butler. 209-Francis Alexander Mann, Lake I ,'
.f. 1; EXISTENCE ENGINEERING.The 91-Edward Jackson Eunice, Law- .
341-Norman Douglass, Lulu. 49-Earl Leslie Biggs; Lawtey. tey Butler.1110Norman. FOR SALE-Meet refrigerator, capacity -
I 1007 Walter Whitten, Raiford. 8-Andrew J. Lowery, Lawtey. Shealey, Worthington. I 1.000 pounds of meat, 300 '
Gainesville Sun wonders "how 391-Forrest Assotus Shaller, Lake 1160-Ed. Berry, New River. 635-Frederick'838-Herschel K. Crosby, Starke. 777-Charley Jackson Powell, Starke pounds of ice; rjractjialry new, Cask. '
Starke.
Field
f people get by" on account of the high Butler. 1192-James Wesley Faller, Graham. 8.jl Ford Stump, 33-Paul LeRoy Jenkins, Lawtey. or terms. W. II. Bra>:!; Saxton. _
305-Frank Butler Tomlinson, Lulu. -Talmadge Hampton. 32-Ury Reddish, Starke. 7-13-3t. ; v
f.
e cost of living. The Sun surmises that 353-Wm. Tallie Lewis, Lake Butler. Moore
: 1043-Robert Hudson, Raiford. 633-Manning William ,954-William II. Green, Raiford. ,
who to 970 Adam Raiford.
the man earns only $2.50 $3 Finley, Starke.712Isaiah .
per day and still "gets by" must do so 637-Frank Starling, Starke. 557-Valcloslon Feras Avanes, Harris, Starke. 1071-John Graham Boyd, Worthington. STRAYED-One hei>\ Jwhite belly t

by having children who work and con- 360-Pearce Erastus Crumpton, Lake Starke. 17-James Thomas Moore, Lawtey. I and back, brown s dtf, unmarked,
' tribute to the support of the family. Butler.1211Sam 622-Wm. Sapp, Starke. 802-Joseph W. Edwards, Starke. C3-Julius Hogan, Lawtey. branded "J. B." Notify jj. M. Brown

1 Well, many don't get by, because Wilson, Graham. oso-Clarence Hale Newsom, Starke. 691-Ed. Gibbs, Starke. 994-Ury M. Gunter, Raiford. lee and receive reward(' '7-20-3L'

their incomes are not large enough to 571-James Lindsey, Starke. 1075-James Allen Langford, Dukes. 378-James McClennon Lake But- 758-Eugene Jones, Starke. thaped
I buy the things they have been accustomed 488-Hampton Padgett, Brooker. 781-Willie Roberts, Starke. ler.1085Lacy. 362-Othello Harden, Lulu. LOST-Small dimon clasp

j to, because they cannot accommodate 704 Harry Lawson Tillis, Starke. 1035-Ed. Reynolds, Raiford958 Gaskins Dubose, Dukes. 816-Leonard Watts, Starke. pin with emblrmattiettering; and l
I I themselves to the new order of 72-Samuel Jackson, Lawtey. -Simon E. Driskell, Raiford. 237 Jacob Cone Lake But- 371-Eugene Douglass, Dukes. I set wIth pearl; anon amonds. A t
Dryden ,
, things. But that the majority of small 1853-James F. Mann, Raiford. 323-Jim McCullough, Lulu. ler. 529-Wiley Michael Andrews, liberal reward will|U/paid for re. t

It .! earners do get by, is a fact. 356-John Josiah Ward, Lulu. 857-Wm. Jacob Jones, Adel, Ga. 422-Calhoun Malphurs, Lulu. Brooker. turn to the Telegraph''printing of .
f I ,,i Until lately there have been forty- 112-Arthur L. Bradley, Lawtey. 963-J. Clifford James, Raiford. 19-Martin Dyal, Starke. 64-Elias E. Yarborough, Lawtey. fice. 7.204:4
nine kinds of But there 1067-Albert Golden '438 Jesse Weeks Lake 3S2 Onice Caldwell Lulu. ... I
I' engineers. now Worthington. Butler. Bielling, ._. .' ,
,.
I are fifty kinds, for the small earner 128-Truby Lee Willis, Lake Butler. 878-Owen William Marr, Hampton. 401 TO 500. 224-David Holmes, Lake Butler. (!.' '! '!' '!' '! : t' ..

i who has a family to support may 679-Guy Chester Cady, Starke. 1059-James Thornton, Raiford. i 1C58-Wash. Davis, Raiford. 818-Floyd Green, Starke. WANTEi13,0d011EN. *
I \ truthfully be termed an "existence en- 805-Luther H. Cribbs, Starke. 441-Sampson Maberry, Lake Butler. i. c 24-Sam Finley, Starke. 762-Dozier Emiel Lundy, Starke. or more, laborers l ..d carpenters *

! gineer." An engineer is a man who 11-Wm. Starling, Lawtey. 8SO-John William Ross, Hampton. 442-Anderson Young! Dukes. 931-Bryant Griffis, Raiford. I '!.' for work in co.istructir:g Government -

! can get the most from a given quan- 900-Vivian McHatton Ivey, Hampton. 357-Call Wiggins Carlisle, Lulu. 1213-Joe Medock, Graham. 1013-W. H. Andrews. Jr.. Raiford. Canton mrt near! Columbia *

I > tity of material or a given sum of i iI 23-Newnan Cone Mott, Starke. 202-Robert Mobley, Lake Butler. 1042-John Ervin, Raiford. ". S. C. Quarters for boarding and *
I '!I money. His efficiency comes from a 363-DeWitt Brooks, Lake Butler. 1173-William A. Berry, New River. 164-Lex. Roberts, Lake Butler. 449-Wm. Francis Cone, Brooker. sleeping men right on the ground'

I t thorough study of his subject in all its 1142-Wm. Davis, Worthington. 331-William Chesley Peter Kerce; 168-Willie Ray Williams, Lake But- 1241-Titus Speed, Brooklyn. .!.' Don't wait to write but come. *
anngs. 6-Wm. Roscoe Strickland, Law- Lulu. ler.:72Lester. 41-Edward Rowe, Lawtey. ; Plenty of work for everybody

I When the existence engineer does tey..327Marion. 1108-Ralph bray, ixrclsville, Ky. Robert, Lake Butler. 48-George Washington Mosley, and good wazes. Be patriotic ,

1 I not earn more than $3 a day, he must Lesley Johnson, Lulu. 492-Thomas Christopher Lloyd, 1198-Wesley Alex. Dyal, Graham. La wtey. i, '!' and "do your bit." Let's train *

I forego such luxuries as cheese, navy 664-George Herbert Scott, Starke. Brooker. 1:43-Horace Drew May, Theressa. 38-John H. Starling, Lawtey. the boys before they're sent to.* f
beans, ham breakfast bacon, sirloin 93-Wm. Howell Edwards Lawtey. the front. Take rt-ceipt for ra3- ,
I i 1201-Samson Brown, Graham. 1174-Seymore McClover, New River. 742-Eugene Griffis, Starke.
/ steak, butter. No food must be wast- 957-David E. Bradley, Raiford. 565-Fred. Guy Jones, Starke. 164-Andrew Green, Raiford. 640-Dan Thomas, Starke. I'I !% road fare, which we will refund S''e ,

, i ed and entertaining for days and 1112-Charles LeRoy Osteen, Worthington 800-Isaac Keller, Starke. 66-Leslie David Brown, Hampton. 127-Henry Melton Dees, Lake But to you after you have worked a ,
I weeks must stop. Meats must be us- '! week. ,
104?--Truby Green, Raiford. 593; -Robert C. Cone, Starke. ler. .
; ed sparingly and more as a relish than 345-Oscar Alonzo ElL{son, Lake 715-Willie Henry Graham, Starke. 407-Joseph Martin, Lake Butler. 1086-Willie Lee Parrish, Dukes. I Hardawa"Contracting Co, r
'I i food. He must take care of his cloth- Butler.103Robert. 961-Adam Tison, Raiford. :62-Henry Harris, Lake Butler.: : 668-Obediah; Ghent Goodwine, CUI1\l'lao.' C. J
ing and shoes to make them last as H. Franklin, Lawtey. 539-Emmett K. Ferryman, Starke. E86-Jeff. Davis Weathersbee, Hampton. Starke. ! !' !' ''! .! !' '!
long as possible. The laborer who 1221-Johnny Edwards, Graham. 562-Joe Webster Jones, Starke. 88-Albert Mosley, Lawtey. t

earns only $1.50 to $2 a day cannot 1102-George DuPree, Dukes. 501-Robert Coleman Groover, 1161-Jesse )Mathews New River. 1074-William Rimes Moran, Worth- GIRLS! LEMON JUICEt tIS
t t even afford bacon, except in small'i 556-Perry Kite, Jr., Starke. Brooker. 769-Lem Goodwinc, Starke. ington.74.3James.

i quantities to give flavor vegetables.. 154-George Thomas, Lake Butler. 102-Jerry E. Bohannon, Lawtey. 1152-Clayton C. Johns, Lake Butler. Orestes Fralick, Starke. SKIN; WHITENER

t Even flour must be forsaken except 51-Carl A. Prevatt, Lawtey. 875-Kinzy Deal, Hampton. 776-Du Bipnon G. Gcff, Starke. 827-James Thomas :Moody, Starke. ; j E
f i for Sunday use, and butter only for 717-John Newman Byrd, Starke. 714-Langston: Singleton, Starke. j66-Barnus Eugene Newsom, 1242-Henry Cooper, Brooklyn. How To Make a Creamy Beauty 1

J' Christmas. Cowpeas, hominy, ngeJ' 1057-Wm. C. Williams, Sapp. 86-Arr.ett Thompkins, Lawtey. Starke. 1038 Owen C. Wingate: Raiford. Lotion For a Few Cents. ':: '<

tables, corn bread, with syrup, tomatoes 1256-Frank Pearce Jones, Sampson 1024-Lonzie Norman, Raiford. :j81-Rey Newsom, Starke. 97C-Jeff. H. Dowling: Raiford. :-. ""
r and onions as relishes, constitute City. 871-Victor Allen. Hampton. :311-Phillip Philander Nettles Lulu. 473-Ura Dudley Johns, Brooker. The frtsh
juice of two .temons strtiiH
his diet and his i
principal kids must go 1073-Timothy Dukes, Dukes.
I 122i-Sidne Elester Triest, Theres- 287-Paul Bing Lake Butler. ed into bottle three
barefooted. 199 Grover Lake 301 TO 400. a containing 000-4
Ii Ashley, Butler.
sa.124Rufus: 5 6-Eliza N. Coleman, Starke. ces of orchard nXakes whale!
1 r But even now through good management 122-lose Virgil Pearce, Lake But- 71-George Theodore Smith, Law- whit a ?
some things may be bought ler. te\. Courtland Mercer, Lake 260-Thomas Andrews Hendricks, quarter pint of thejmofct remarluH,.
[ cheaply. The first consideration of 642 Butler. Lake Butler. lemon skin beattifien at'about the cod_
,
Volley
t McKinney, Starke. i 1156
Benjamin New
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Kelly, PJver.I 481 Hammond 527 Nathan
Lynn, Brooker. Elden Baxter
'. i the existence engineer is to make cash 939-Ollie E. Griffis, Raiford. 555-John Brooker. one must pay for a shaQ jar of the so-,;
t ; Cummings Robinson, 895-Everett Gowin, Hampton. 254-Elbert Stokes, Dukes. should ter
I cold ;
I Care
purchases. By having ready money 222-Geveland Harrison, Lake But- Starke. jdinary crpams.j j
r 744 I
-Henry Canady, Starke. 446-LeRoy Thomas Osteen
Brooker. taken to strain the lc> tJ1roqlI
t he needs not confine his trade to stores ler. 978-Adam T. no juice |
r Sapp. I c
979-Willie M. Griffis, Raiford. .
where the goods bought are charged, 906-Alex. Cross. Sapp. 506 Theodore fine cloth so !no letnoy pulp gets &;
Lester Litchfield, 582-Luther Gracy Cooper, Starke. 89-Randolph Addison, Lawtey. the nthis fresh f<*.
1 but can watch out for bargains, which 700-Richard Allen Griffis, Starke. Erooker. lotion wijl keep
829-James W. Clark, Starke. 1197-Nathan Tillis
: frequently can be found, and he can 1250-Jesse Marion Brown, Theressa. 877-Levi Leland Otway Graham. months. Every w.jman knows tltf!.
Bedenbaugh, 240-Roscoe Johns, Lake Butler. 932-Willie I. Dubose, Raiford. lemon and r*
ito
I buy directly from the farmers the 1195-Francis Emanuel Beville, Gra- juice is us j bleach
; Hampton.
i produce they have to sell, at a reason- ham. 435-Lonnie Summers 1028-James Stewart, Raiford. 1204-Rufus Roy Jones, Graham. move such blemishes as freckles &:!;

I I 'I abye price. The man who pays on the 297-Alexander Williamson, Lake 681-Nick Johns, Starke., Lulu. 499-Edward Brooker. Cornelius Merritt, 863-Richard Jones, Hampton. lowness and tai any is', the ideal slda)

1 spot is given privileges that are de- Butler. 713-Wm. Graham, Starke. 1011 Raiford. 358-James Franklin Gray, Lulu. softener, whitener aji<] beautifier. :
j' -Brantley Rosier, 451-George William Conner, Brooker. Just
nied time customers. 321-Enoch Anthony. Lulu. 935-Fleury Dyal Raiford. try it!. GetjtHree ounces
,
590
Henry L.
Stevenson Starke. .
I ''i But after all, it is the engineer's 736-William Julius Norman, Starke. 1121 Otis Williams orchard white Jit adf rug store aJ
-
Worthington. 1105
wife who may be term #.the "cooking 292-Ocie Olen Pearce, Lake Butler. 1150-Carl C. Wynn, New River. -ford.Jennings Bryan DuPree, Rai 573 745-John Zenas Zirl Griffis, Starke. two lemons from thogocer; and mab.

.f engineer," who is most potent in making 822-Arthur D. Clark, Starke. 450-James William Brooker. Collier Carter, Starke. np a quarter p' \t oi:$his sweetly frig ,
White, 441-Eugene Edward Shaller Lak 1137 Tom
S Young, Dukes. dw.
the engineering a success. She 504-Lonnie Morgan, Brooker. Butler. rant lemon lotion ark massage it
1106-Abram Johnson, Dukes.. into the face nick, j3iis: and hands.w
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i FRID. Y. JULY 27, 1917 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. j PACt. FIVE ti

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Mr. Arthur Green, of the Virginia WILLI AMS-CANOVA. SXEAK THIEF CAUGHT. I R. P. M.UTOX: ;:

Paper Co., with offices in Jacksonville, L !

paid the Telegraph a call Wednesdayin Friends in this city have just received Minnie Francis in the Toils for Steal- Mr. R. P. Mattox,jied at his home

IRkS of Local'Information the interest of his company. advices to the effect that Miss ing Money. in Jacksonville Satuxlayj July 21st, '

Hilda Canova was married in Savan- after a long illness with pn'monary a
The Andrews Theatre on West Call nah on July 8th to Mr. Charlie Wil- Wednesday of last week Lorenzo consumption. j t a
II street is being remodeled for the occupation liams, both being popular young peo- Green stated to Sheriff Epperson that Mr. Mattox was born tajCharlton. '

of Rowand's motion picture ple of this city. They are now in Colorado his home had been entered by a thief county, Ga., about 55 years: & Thir- '
show. A new feature will be a galleryfor I and will visit the Pacific Slope and money to the value of $7.25 had ty years ago he moved to '!hlrida and 'f'\ '

C.."..ry OmvS3 P.--r.. ,..,..." .. eaI colored people. Quigley is doingthe before returning to Lakeland. been taken. The money was lost by settled at'Lake Butler. 'T,:0 years I
1 r'r ,. M w cmd..r r... work. ,The bride is the charming and at- Mrs. Clark, of Alachua county, Mrs. later he married Miss Airs Chase, t !I
tractive grand daughter of Mr. and Green's sister, and Mrs. R. R. Joyner daughter of Capt. and ilrt. D. C.
> ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ward, of Dub- Mrs. I. L. Brown Chase, Sr. Three \l born Jf.:
-- .. fI and was at the time who had accompanied. Clark, the children ,re
l lin, Ga., have been visiting at Brooker of her from Lakeland to the union Messrs. Jose nd Bas- I
.- departure stenographer former losing $5 and the latter $2.25. { t j!
' H. J. Stewart, of Lake Butler was I I I Miss Estelle Lanier has returned to Mr.,Ward's old home, and on their for the W. P. McDonald There was no clew as to the thief. com and Miss Louise Mattr.x.*. Mr. and ( f;I
:. business visitor to Starke Monday. Starke from Valkaria on the East return trip stopped over in town a cou- Construction Co. The groom is the Deputy Sheriff Cameron, who Mrs. Mattox later -moved ;J Starke l
: i i. Coast. ple of days, guests of Mrs. F. A. Scott son of the late Mrs. May Williams, assigned to the case, knew that a was colored and lived here until about.tt*'e years 'j' i

: Capt. R. C. Heiberger, of Theresa, and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. and has a host of friends who will be woman, Minnie Francis, had, a ago, when they moved to Jacksonville. y1!I
.as in town Monday. Mr. J. C. Andreu and daughter, Miss glad to shower him with congratulations short time before, been caught in the The deceased was a liferlo;g Meth- "':
Mittie, of Hampton, were appreciated Miss Eunice Robinson entertained a upon his return.-Lakeland Tel- !act of stealing from a trunk at the odist and strictly lived upUthe; : articles ..'i
; Every day is bargain day at callers at this office Thursday. number of the small folks of the of egram, July 24th. home of Frank Dean, who lives at the of his faith. Ho was ]uif-t and in- ;!
" Stump's. neighborhood last Friday in honor Seckinger place mile north of Starke dustrious. Of near relativessj te leaves ; t
a
I J. E. Wainwright, of Gainesville, her niece, little Miss Edna Mills, of LEFT HOME. He ascertained that Minnie had beenat to mourn his departure hU v:dow and } I

\ J. W. Andrews;Jr., was in Jacksonville has been in Starke during the week, Folkston, Ga. Games for the little Albert Manning, 13 years old, left the Green home the same day the the thfee children named{!, fend their t
r:;: on business Saturday. visiting his brothers, N. D. and W. E. folks were played, refreshments of ice his home July 9th.' He is stoutly money was lost, and he arrested her sorrow is shared by oth r\relatives ';
r f Wainwright. cream and cake being served before built, has dark hair and blue eyes. Was for the theft. She plead guilty to the and many friends. .; t 11 i
Rev. D. J. Blocker, of DeLand, was the departure of the young folks for attired in his.work. clothes, checkedcap theft when arraigned in Judge Gardi- The interment was held Crosby I
their homes. shirt and overalls. know- !. cemetery Sunday. rhe demised had tai
in Starke Wednesday. Anyone ner's court, and was held in the sum )
Materials for dipping vats. Now is ing his whereabouts will confer a favor of $500 to appear before the fall termof been a member of All Fije Js Camp 1 1
Miss Ella Armstrong, of Madison, is the time to build them. Quigley Lum- SOLDIERS ON A. VISIT. on his father, D. W. Manning, the circuit court. At this writingshe No. 138, Woodmen cf the; \-*,old, and } '
visiting Mrs. W. L. Wall. ber & Supply Co. Starke, Fla. by notifying him at once has not been able to furnish the the Woodmen took charge*. o the fun-

--- Mrs. Frank Burnsed and little son, The following young soldiers of the at his expense, by 'phone, wire or by bond. eral. j* t:1 j
No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever. Edmond, who'had been visiting rela- First Separate Battalion, Florida Infantry card. D. W. MANNING. -

It is the most speedy remedy we know. tives at Tampa for some time, have from Black Point camp ground GONE TO JOIN ARMY. INSTALLATION SERVICE. !
returned home. spent Sunday in Starke with relatives: NEW STORE, NEW GOODS.I t>
J.S. Starling and A. L. Ab. B. Johns, Joe Carter, Charley wish to announce to the public thatI At the First Baptist ch: non Sun- t 1

Starling, of Lawtey, were in town Ben Stilley brought to Starke Mon- Goolsby, Hardy Green, all of CompanyC. have: engaged in the mercantile bus- Perry Kite and Bert Johns left Sat- day evening the following! jfficers of d
Monday. day a wagon load of fine new sweet I ., and Buck Kite, of Company F. iness with a stock of dry goods and urday for Jacksonville. They had been Baptist Young People's U on were '
potatoes,. which were eagerly boughtat The boys looked strong and healthyand notions in the store room formerly occupied :drafted and prepared to join the army installed: ,t H'
Prof. Carl Scaff, of Dukes, was in a good price. all expressed themselves as well by F. F. Stump, next door to at ,once, rather than wait and possiblynot President, Jessie Thomas* t
Starke Saturday. He will teach the pleased with soldiering. They said the bakery. I solicit a share of the be called out. Secretary, Doris Law. 't

next term of school at New River.A Friends of Mr. L T. Leggett will be the drilling and marching was severe, patronage of those persons who like Paul Baisden went to join the army Corresponding Secretory,! Lenora i
pained to know that he is ill at his but that the work was becoming easieras to buy crisp new goods at fair prices. Wednesday afternoon. He had made Alvarez. .

son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. home on Gilmore street, Riverside, they became more accustomed to it. Give me a call. R. S. JOHNS. the attempt before, but was rejectedon Chorister, Blanchard Lair
C. Manning Sunday morning, July 22. Jacksonville.No. They have plenty to eat and the foodis account of a slight disability, which Pianist, Eva Epperson.
Mother and child doing well. of the sustaining kind. BACK FROM MISSISSIPPI.E. will probably be no longer in the way Librarian, Clifford Tatum. I I
666 will Malaria Bilious for obtaining his desire.
cure or These officers will! serve for the
remaining -
Mrs. Lawton Connor, of the Water- Fever. It kills the germs. THE NEW GINNERY.The L. Ware returned home Tuesday W. T. Goolsby left Tuesday. He has six months.
not attained the
cak section, was a visitor to Starke -- from New Hebron, Miss., where he intended to volunteer conscription his services age but to Following the installation, interest-
Saturday.We I Will Baisden, who has a situationin ginning establishment of S. R. had been visiting his parents for sev- Uncle Sam.H. ing reports were given of the encamp-

the office of the Seaboard superin- Johns and 0. J. Griffin, just south of eral weeks. He reports a fine trip. K. and H. C. Crosby left Wednes- ment at Lake City by those who at-
handle Devoe's paints for every tendent at Tampa, 'spent Sunday in the Ice Factory, is nearing completion.The Mr. Ware says the boll weevil has dayl to join the These tended. !
purpose. Starke Hardware Co. Starke with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. building is a roomy one of two greatly reduced the production of cot- twins. The first navy.named was boys includedin are The program was interspersed with
W. Baisden. stories, the first story of lumber, the ton 'in the section of Mississippi visited music, which was very much enjoyed.
.
Little Miss Flora Brown, of Lawtey, second of corrugated iron. The floor by him, but that the farmers have the first draft, and was sure to be Regular services next Sunday morning -

' spent this week at the home of Mr. Hon. Perse L Gaskins, of Jacsson- of the first story is paved with brick.A turned their attention to stock raising called- out. His, brother was included and evening..
in the second draft he decided I
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. ville, was a visitor the early part of Howe wagon scale is at one end of with the result that they are betteroff but to .
cast his fortunes with H. K. be-
and
the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. it. financially. Mr. Ware brought the MR. ALVAREZ KEAPPQINTED.
Mrs. Drew Reddish, of Heilbrenn H. C. Richard. The machinery is being installed, Bank 'of Starke several boll weevilsfor come one of Uncle Sam's blue jack-
ets.
Springs, were here shopping last Sat- consisting of two double roller gins comparison with those that have )
urday. Frank Lane, who enlisted in the army from Vidalia, Ga., and a compress appeared here. These bugs are securely A news item dAted Washington,
several weeks ago, received his assign- worked by a powerful screw. A Stur- corked in a bottle and will be A MISTRIAL July 18th, says that J. :W.;Alvarez,
Mr. Eugene Griffin, of Jacksonville, ment to duty Wednesday-and left on tevant fan will suck up the cotton guarded with as mum care as if they postmaster of Start, has 1en re-ap-
came down Tuesday to visit at the Thursday morning to enter upon his from the wagons and deposit it in any were South African lions. They are pointed to the same position. Mr. Al-
home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. duties. He goes to the camp at Hat- of the six apartments upstairs. The the same as we already have in a few C. H. Crews, of Raiford, was up be- varez makes a gold) ( postmaster and

tisburg, Miss., and will be attached to machinery will be driven by a kerosene of our fields, and the story of the dam- fore County Judge Geo. A. Gardiner the patrons of the office aVe glad to
Ray Colley's good right arm is ban.. the quartermaster's department. engine. Everything will be ready for age they have done in Mississippi and Wednesday on a charge of selling see him retained.WONDERFUL.
daged, as a result from a blow received work as soon as the new crop of cotton other states should serve to wake our whiskey. He pleaded not guilty and I

when cranking a Ford car.RubMyTismAntiseptic Miss Mabel Wilcox, of Jacksonville, comes in. farmers to the importance of makinga the following gentlemen were impanel STUFF!
determined fight against them. led as a jury in the case: J. 0. Fra-
was a week-end visitor at the home of LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS
Anodyne Mrs. Julia Wainwright, on N. Walnut CEMETERY WORKING. lick, A. 0. Andreu, F. F, Stump, Wm. I ,
-Kills pain, stops putrefaction. street. BIRTHDAY DINNER. Powell, R. A. Newsom and D. T. Clark -
-
Attorney Everett M. Johns represented Apply a Few Drops Then Lift
,
There will be a gathering at the
i the state and
A. Z. Ad-
I Lawrence ,B !ssent returned to Ft. Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson had as recent New River Baptist church on Wednes- Orvill Barr, little son of Rev. and kins was retained Atorney for the defense. Ccrrs or Callires Off With

Lauderdale-Tuesday'after'a short visit visitors Miss Belinda Elder, of Jack- day, August 8th, for the purpose of Mrs. T. L Z. Barr, celebrated his ninth The county authorities thought they Fingers-No Pain.
with relatives here.J. sonville, Mrs. J. E. Maines and Mrs. cleaning up the cemetery and church birthday on Wednesday by etnertain- had clear Crews
a case against but -
H. J. Stewart, of Lake Butler. few of his friends small .
grounds. All interested will please ing a boy at a after
testimony for both sides had No humbug! Any corn, whether
L.. Starling, of Lawtey, was a I come and bring the necessary imple- dinner party. been heard and Mr. Adkins had made hard, soft or between the toes, will
caller at our office Tuesday to enroll. Get you vault a safety for deposit box in and a ments to work with. Bring your bas- The crowning feature of the deli- his speech, the jury differed in their 'loosen right up and lift out, without a
fireproof your papers kets well filled. cious dinner was a large red, white 'I
himself Telegraph subscriber. opinion and after short deliberation
as a a ,particle of pain or noreness.
the Bradford Bank
valuables
at County and blue cake, on which burned nine
i they announced that they could not This drug is called free zone and is a

. Sheriff W. H. Ryals, of Live Oak, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and little daugh- METHODIST CHURCH. young candles host of the received national a number colors.of use-The agree, three being for conviction and compound of ether ,discovered by a

was in Starke Monday on official bus- ters, Hazel and Lois, returned home ful and beautiful presents from his three for discharge.A Cincinnati man. cAsk
iness. new trial has been set for next at any drug store for a small
Saturday afternoon after sper.ding a The fact that last Sunday was a relatives and friends. ,
week in Gainesville with Mrs. J. C. great day for us does not indicate that Monday morning. This will be the bottle of freezone, which will cost buta
Water coolers and ice cream freezers Adkins. we will take a vacation on next Sun- fourth time Crews appears as defend- trifle, but is sufficient to:rid one's
at Stump's.Dan day. Our church will be open and The many Lakeland friends of Lake- ant before the county court on the feet of every corn or callus.
The following Brooker citizens had services conducted next Sunday, just land's popular newly-weds, Mr. and same charge. Hitherto he has escaped Put a few drops, directly upon any

,, and Fred Strickland, of DeLand business in Starke Monday: Messrs.J. like all the other Sundays in the year. Mrs.Truby O'Steen, will be delightedto without conviction. I(I tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly
who had been visiting relatives here, E. and E. H. Clemons, A. B. Sur- Rain in the afternoon does not mean : know that they are to witness their the soreness disappears and shortly -
" left Tuesday for their home. rency, Lonnie and Eugene Morgan, T. that the night service is called off. wedding even though the first cere- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 the corn or callus! will loosen and {.
L. Godwin. Nothing but death, very severe sick- mony was performed a thousand or. + DUVAL HOTEL 4 in I can be lifted off with the fingers.

Mrs. L B. Newman, of Jacksonville, ness or a hard storm will prevent us more miles away. This happy couple + JACKSONVILLE 4 This drug freezifne doesn't eat out
from worshipping God in our churchat have been invited to participate in the + Opposite hot + the corns or calluses but shrivels them
was a guest of Mrs. T. J. Griffin last Friends here of Rev. and Mrs. H. G. postoffice, and cold
Sunday. Denison will be interested to know all the usual hours. We are doing local talent play to be put on at the + water, elevator, telephones; rates 4 without even irritating the surrounding -

that'Mr. Denison is now visiting rela- business for our King and "The King's Auditorium next Tuesday night, and + rooms without bath, $1 : two per- + skin.
" Mrs. Thelma Williams, of Alachua, tives in Kalamazoo, Mich., and Mrs. business requires haste." Our elec- in this play they get married. This + sons, same room, $1.50; with bath + Just think! No pain at all; no sore-
is visiting at the home of her brother, Denison is in Denver, Colo., with rel tric fans make the church quite com- will give Truby's host of friends and + $1.50; two persons same room, $2 + ness or smarting whey applying it
Mr. E. M. Johns.BUILDING atives.R. fortable for all the evening services. those of his lovely bride an opportunity + W. S. JONES, Mgr. + or afterwards. If'your druggist don't
Come and enjoy this luxury with us. of seeing them under most aus- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I have freezone have him order it for

MATERIALS- 0. Daniel has secured a position T. L. Z. BARR, picious circumstances, and will give a you. (62)-) ,
touch of to the performance. r
That's our business. Quigley Lumber with the Pullman Car Co. as a conductor. Pastor. romance } ;
Lakeland July 24.
Telegraph
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& Supply Co. i Mr. Daniel has already begun for us please ,
you
. I his work and is traveling over the GLEE CLUB. IT IS NO TR'ICK when If i comes to .
Mrs. J. M. Truby and Mrs. C. W. different railroads in Fliorida to learn Read the Bradford County Telegraph -
1 Liddon are at Kingsley lake comfort- the routes. His many friends wish him -the home paper.Women. shoe repairing
For months past some young men of
ably located at Mrs. Truby's luck in his new venture.
. cottage. Starke have been in training to createa I We are equipped with one of the finest shoe machines]

Rev. I. S. Patterson, of Jacksonville, We handle nothing but building ma- musical here atmosphere and to form among local the in the south. Our workmanship is first class! and our/*
men a
was the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. terials and can furnish you anything young SOLES
': material
the best. RINEX WHOLE SEWED
Glee Club. to do some
They expect very I
L. A. Davis. I l from a nail or screw tla completed
house. Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. good and serious studying this winter III ON WITH RUBBER HEELS $1.50. We fill and |
and add this culture and refinementto
.. Mr. J. M. Brownlee and family and other mental attainments. Anyone [return parcel post orders on day they are received fj[
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson spent the Buyers of junk should ascertain the to .
Here Is
a message *
wishing to join this band can notify ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP > STARKE FLA.
!
week-end at Kingsley lake. wares they buy have been honestlycome hUll suffering women, from ,
by. There is petty stealing go- any of the high school boys connectedor Mrs. W. T. Price, of F. C. HOLLINGSWORTH, Prop.

Rev. J. Lawton Moon, of Suther- ing on in Starke and vicinity, and old call 'phone 145, for notify Mrs. Law Public Ky.: "I suffered J
who gives a course in easy note read- with, .." .
painful. ,
metal is of the items '
land one frequently -
was a guest Sunday of Col. and ... ---
free.
r Mrs. D. E. Knight. stolen. ing she writes. "I got down
with a weakness in my {
tack and limbs...!
Firestone tires for sale at Starke Mr. T. N. Kendrick ana little daughter KICKED BY MULE. felt helpless and dis

Hardware Co. Mary Estelle, left Monday for couraged. had about PERSONAL PREP AREDNESi
-i York county, S. C., to be at the bed- given up hopes of ver
Rev. I. C. Jenkins, of Jacksonville, side of his mother. He received a Oliver Jones carries his arm in a being well again, wheaa i ,-
sling on account of a kick from a mule. friend insisted I ;
was a week-end guest at the home of message Sunday night stating that his I ;
Cot C. L. Peek. stepfather, Mr. J. L. Brandon, had just Last Wednesday he went into a stall I p
died and of the serious illness of his in his stable to bridle his mule and TakeCARDUI W 'Keep closely in [touchl| withl your! affair?.
had the bridle the head of -
i Mr. Alfred Starling, of Lawtey, was mother. gotten over :
I .here Monday making some improve- the animal, when it suddenly pulled its 'Know just where; ycu stand financially.Be .
head free turned around and beganto
. ments on his farm. People are building, improving and .;;T I
kick. One of the kicks struck Mr.
I
: repairing steadily, no stagnation here, Jones' right arm below the elbow, with : .. able to determine! exactly'what'jt ccsfs i
Hon. I. W. Pinholster, Sr., of Brook- that's right. "Business as usual" is ... to live. :
the result that one of the bones broke. .
I er, was in town Wednesday.Mr. the slogan that will keep people busy, Dr. Campbell attended to the injury .. i -

the channels of trade open and help to and it is mending fast. It is hoped .- Armed with this information indiv-{ ;
every -
Tonic
j John Smith, of Jacksonville, win the war. Quigley Lumber & Sup- The Woman's
that he will be able to resume his
f spent Tuesday with Mr. N. T. Ritch. ply Co. duties. soon e ual will be in a very much better position

riii I began CarduL In },- fo order his financial resources tothe: best :
Judge and Mrs. J. T. Wills, of I II II a short while I saw a .
Gainesville, have spent the week at Geo. E. Andreu was at Highland STARKE AUTOMOBILE marked difference... advantage. j .. t
their residence in Starke. Friday and bought 12 head of goats TOP COMPANYWe grew stronger right }j
from Joe Marr. The goats are all of along, and it cured me. A checking account with the IVrlcf4 3
the Billy persuasion, in good condi- I am stouter than I _
Mr. and Mrs. Julian L. Peek and wish to announce that we have 1i
Starke is cf the first aids
one to
size. Mr. have been in years.
T, tion and uncommon large sucfessfut J
children for Starke and that M
lake in
are at Kingsley a va opened we are pre- ,
If s ::ir, you can 4
Andreu will fatten the for you financing .
goats ; ;
cation. pared to make or to repair tops, side- appreciate what it ; '1
butchering.John curtains and cushions for all classes of I means to be strong and
; Mrs. R. R. Joiner and Mrs. D. J. automobiles. Our work in this line is well Thousands jof: women ;

: Clark, of Mayo, were recent visitorsat Baisden, of Keenansville, Os- guaranteed first-class in every partic- give Cardul the BANK OF STARKE ; I
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo ceola county, was in Starke Tuesdayand credit for their good
ular.We
Green. Wednesday on a visit to his mother have also opened a tailor shop. tealtb. It should help
Cardui. At all State, County and
City
Try Depository
Mrs. Adaline Baisden, and other in connection and solicit th patronageof you.
Mr. E. R. Poppell, school superin- relatives. Mr. Baisden is a memberof our old friends and customers and druggists.73
STARKE FLA. jtI
tendent of Bradford, has spent the the school board for his county, and the public generallv. I ,
past week in Gainesville attending the I attended the educational convention STARKE AUTOMOBILE TOP CO. I I

institute for school officials. I in Gainesville. M. Leviton, Manager. 72041ii.Y .,

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;'t' V. ooooommo oooo.i REMEMBER YOUR SEED CORN RUST AND ROT ARE THE FAR. TICK ERADICATION TRY GRANDMOTHER'S METHODSOF DONT SELL THE bREEDE S.

MERS' WORST ENEMIES.Two DRYING VEGETABLES. .

i|* COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS m Selecting It In the Field is Better Examples of Benefits Derived From Producing food is only half the job. During the past few' weeks several
icfr Than From the Crib. of the worst enemies a farmer The Practice. solid train loads of cattle have gassed
Food which isn't needed
must
:.. 00000 mmOm0003 has are named Rust and Rot. Various be saved for the future. now through Starke, via the Seaboa Air

, .< Liberty County-Another cattle dip- There is more to a hill of corn than plant diseases go by those names and When cattle fever ticks rob babiesof To waste food any time is indefensible Line Stock railway Yards, in consigns Jack to the \viQti '.
: make inroads the But i'.mville.
s'?' ping vat is to be constructed in this the ear. There is the stalk. And in great on crops. their birthday presents is it not ; this year it is little short of crim- cattle were 'These
:; they also attack expensive farm ma- shipped firm:; South'Flor
should be taken time to eradicate the ticks? inal. -
j i county. selecting seed corn, both chinery, says F. M. Rast, of the Uni- ida, mostly from the 3;issimme j Valley
Miss Doris Scott of -
into consideration if the very best Starke, might i Most vegetables and fruits are understand. '
we .
of of
versity Florida College Agriculture. -
seed is to be obtained, says the Uni- have had a much larger aid more val- largely water, and it is the water that The last trainload
cotton
County-The crop When these enemies attack the passing
Hernando through
uable herd of cattle if the
ticks
station. today makes them
of Florida experiment spoil easily.
versity
-, is showing well; no boll weevils crops they are called diseases and may is reported to the Telegraph a baring
up had not killed the i -
the heifer calf which Drive
Native seed corn is sure to prove off the water by drying and been
1 have been found. I Ii I be controlled to some extent by sprays.On her first made up almost entity of
_. best for next spring's planting, and was birthday present and I save the real food. heifers.
; I farm tools they are manifest by young If the+ e heifer|
stunted stock she has owned since tl'at It will were
right now is not too early to begin keep perfectly in a paper doomed to the slaughter
which be h&
We have complet- physical changes may con- ;ise it
i Brevard County- .
making the selection.Go time.Her box.You would certainly be hard to
arrangements for financing the im- into the field while the corn is trolled by oil and paint.It Father, F. A. Scott, gives the can draw on your spigot or well. more improvident imagine a
thug.
portation of dairy cattle and hogs. Un- still green, preferably while the corn is not sufficient to put implementsin details as follows: When Miss Doris bucket for the water when you needit criminate slaughter of Theoindisj -
shed during the rainy season. .breedingcattle
der this plan, every farmer will be is in the milk stage. Choose a spot in a was a very little girl her grandfather, and make appetizing food. I j in the West is the cauSe of
and .
Moisture will in and start rust
able to get a cow and a hog, if he is the field where average or adverse get R. R. Wynn, gave her a fine heifer calf; Your grandmother dried vegetables. ent Nation-wide 'scarcty th'pres.ll
of
prepared to give them proper care. conditions prevail rather than to takea rot. Go over all the bright metal parts It escaped the tick fever until almost and fruits before canning was known.If we are informed >f, so I
with heavy oil or axle Then by ? man familiar
stalk here and there where large a grease. old enough to produce a calf, when it you can't get cans or jars at rea- with stock raising in that
get a good stiff paint and apply it to I sects for
Duval County A seventy-five thou- ears have been produced under the the wooden parts. The saving effected succumbed to the fever, caused by a sonable prices, practice the methods the past forty years. i

sand dollar stock company is being most favorable conditions. Your next will amount to far above the cost heavy infestation of ticks. Mr. Wynn; Grandmother found good. Send for The Telegraph hopes the your heif.

I organized for the purpose of puttingin ;year's crop is to be grown under aver- of the oil and paint. replaced the loss with another heifer Farmers Bulletin 841, which tells how. ers shipped through here were Bought
curing house, conditions and you will want seed calf, but Miss Doris lost two years'
a large sweet potato age by Armour & Co. for resale trcattle
and a by-products manufacturingplant produced under similar ones. If good time in starting her herd, and the increase DOWN ON THE FARM breeders in'other of
the
WHY FLORIDA IS BEHIND partjs state,
in numbers which would have ,
Jacksonville. has been produced under adverse
in corn and not for slaughter. Howe
conditions, choose those ears, for theyare resulted if the first cow had lived. I stay here with my Pa and MaI may be, we wish to foam Bedford-r this

'jI likely to transmit a like resistanceto A very little thing, but formidableby At the present time she has only am their youngest son,
cattle
Palm Beach County-A company at I want to with both of them county owners against e sale
i the offspring.' reason of numbers and rapacity, six head of cattle, progeny of the sec- stay of
Salerno has interested the farmers in has retarded the and ond heifer her Until I'm twentyone.We breeding cattle. Instead 01 Jelling
l r wants By observing such conditions you development and heifers, while her this class of stock 1 letter
; I castor beans. The company will choose stalks that grew in com- growth in Florida of the great indus- brother, Wilbur, only two years older, ments should be made for : ange.
i four hundred acres planted so that an petition with other stalks and that tries of dairying and stock raising- has fourteen head of stock, the prog- live here on our little farm- of them. takigj care
For the
who
A considerable mai
| ;I L oil press may be operated. beans has did not have any advantage of soil, industries which in other states have eny of a heifer calf which his grand- l It is so dear to me. and cattle a plot of and plated hy-i hogs

I acreage of castor moisture, air or light. been the source of great wealth. This father gave him when he was a baby. I have to work most every day, pasturage would he the best to

I I. been planted. Note the foliage on the stalk, see little thing is the cattle tick. Thereare I At the first dipping in the Wynn But that's just fun, you see. part of his farm. paying

that there is plenty of it, and well seven other ticks in the United Brothers' vat on July 5th, L. A. Wynn J t
_.' Jackson County-Farmers are very spaced. Select vigorous stalks, not States that closely resemble the cat- stated to those assembled for the dem- I like to work out in the fields, !

f|> much encouraged over the present out- too tall, and with the ear about half tle fever tick. onstration that he has been againsttick And cultivate the crop; I TICK ERADICATION SUR;EY.

y.k for good crops. Late corn is dogs way up. One particular form of tick does not eradication until recently, when Sometimes the grass it grows so fast j W

-, ing fine. Business men of Malone are See that the shank holding the ear infect any other than cattle, horses his cows got so sorry he had*to either It keeps me in a trot. II

-: advancing money for serum, to the does so properly. It should allow the and mules, and tick resemblance has kill off the ticks or they would put Dr. R. E. Duckworth"eterf..ry inspector

farmers in that neighborhood, in or- ear to point downward so that water been a leading obstacle to the effortto him out of the cattle business, so We have a dandy little mule for the United States.Bureau

der that they may protect their hogs will run off the car and not into it. Select get rid of it. The other ticks infest he investigated the dipping method And 0, she is so cute, of Animal Industry, has been aisignedto

from cholera. the large ears with well covered other forms of animals Horses and and decided to use the government's Sometimes she gets a little mean, make a preliminary feurvey i$ Brad-

tips and mark the stalks with a strihg mules sweat and for this reason this prescription for killing the ticks.S. But she simply is a "beaut. ford county for the purpose 0,-starting

piece of cloth. tick cannot as a rule maintain itself J. Prescott, who attended that official tick eradication woric.;!
r St. Johns County-Several farmersare or I There is old friend of He was at Starke b-st weelr to
good mine-
a su-
When the corn is mature, select ears on them as on non-sweating cattle.. dipping, stated to Dr. Stever that he
' building nice dwellings and install- nine to eleven inches long and seven : All of the various kinds of ticks are recently found one of his calves deadon His name is Cootie Padgett, pervise the dipping of cattleownedby '

ing electric lights and water systems. to nine inches in circumference. Well- liable to get on to bovines and equinesbut the range, a victim of the ticks, and You all can talk about your fun, Wynn Brothers, and came ack to

During the summer there installed have been in filled ears and straight rows of grainare only one is dangerous, and that the next day he found the calf mother But what I mean, we have it. Starke this week to spuid several days

seventy lighting systems points to be kept in mind. Medium one is the cause of a fever which, if dead from the same cause. A few visiting the cattle owrers nnd\\'OuntJ
the country homes of the county. Al- Coot has the commissioners to see if they ere not
cutest little
sized cobs, deep, slightly wedgeshaped not fatal, debilitates and stunts the of his cattle were dipped that day. dog
their
so many farmers are screening kernels with smooth and on- growth of the unfortunate animal. Un- One dipping in a standard arsenical That ever wore a collar; ready to start tick eradication work
houses and putting in water and sep- germs He wouldn't sell him in this county by making suitable;
fortunates no indeed! a
ly slightly wrinkled and undam- because the helpless cow solution will kill all the ticks then on
tic tanks. aged seed are as important caps as the or steer suffer enduring physical pain, an animal, although some of the ma- Not even for a dollar. appropriation in the budget fo; {the en-

irritation and itching, which in a human ture ticks may not die for two or three suing year. j j

Lee County-I have been instruct- rest.A little extra care in the selectionof being would be intolerable. It is days. Ticks do no ttransfer from one Now I want to tell you all, L. A. Wynn told Dr. Duri"Worththat {

ing farmers on how to grow castor plenty of seed for next year's plant- unfortunate, too, because it diminishesthe host to another. The danger from let- As I know it'll be no harm- he is sorry he did not start tick

Leans for market. A company has ing will have much to do with guar- income of owners. The meat of ting a few of the animals go undip- The happiest life a man can live eradication work two ;years ago, although

been organized here to put in a plantto anteeing a good crop next year, when tick-infested cattle is poor, the hides ped is that they will mature female Is right out on the farm. he admitted that he did pot believe -
full of minute holes' and the milk ticks which will the NEAL DYAL. in it until recent '.
extract oil from the beans. The good seed will very likely be scarce. are drop to ground quite By
company is preparing to plant three is poorer in quality and smaller in and lay eggs which hatch in due time Brooker Fla.COUNTY getting a number of Dipping fats installed

thousand acres and will buy all the IMMENSE LAND DEAL. quantity. The only known way of get- thus replenishing seed ticks on the throughout the county this

beans farmers offer. The machineryhas ting rid of the tick is to dip the cattlein range. AGRICULTURAL AGENT. season every cattle owherill have an

! been bought and shipped. If this an arsenical solution. Until systematic tick eradication opportunity to see tHfe beneficial effects 1
R. C. Middleton of Crescent At their
City, meeting last Monday the
I' project is successful it will benefit the who handles By dipping and isolation in many work is taken up in a county or district board of of dipping the Battle, and then
a man big things as eas county commissioners amended
county, as the beans can be grown do section of the South, the tick has already it will be very hard for a few their can decide whether they want ?o have
of the little
i ily as some us trans budget so as to provide for their cattle
cattle owners to completely eradicateall own dippee or to
been eradicated.
here It
readily. must be continue
actions of life, has just completed all an appropriation of $900 to be used in '
of the ticks raise fat ticks. '.
gotten rid of in Florida-a state with on an open range, but .
details of a big sale of lands in Put the employment of a county agricul-
I. by dipping all of their stock at regular .
more infested territory, in proportion
St. Johns and tural The -
counties.
nam, Flagler agent. United States Department
St Lucie County-. The recent.rains! ire.. )"YW,,,.. "cn1.1,v... ....11.. 41..1... ..6.,.Fea... ....u +.:.41....... .v., to area, than any other in the South. intervals during the season, the ticks of-- Ao-rimUm-P___---- will..... eiirmla... =- Y
which have hindered the work in the Cattle from infested sections cannotbe can be kept under control and the cat- uo-- .J.Jjrc-
the Cook Cattle of which his ment this with General
fields have been good for the citrus Company, shipped into tick free territory tie will be in much better physical'condition an appropriation of Insurance
except -
father-in-law the $600
late Chas.
Oapt. making a total of $1,500 that
before the
Citrus trees which to into the
winter
groves. under restrictions. go sea-
Cook to of severe Thereare will be available I represent but FljpST
president nont
was a syndicate for the employmentof
I rains were parched and drying and appeared other reasons why we should erad- son, than if their vitality had been
capitalists in Jacksonville. The con- an agent. CLASS companies sand'{ wig be
I almost doomed, are now put- icate the tick, but those given are am- continually sapped by tho ticks. Tick
sideration is not known. The Cook Mr. Jenkins of the
Florida Experi- constantly the alert to
on -
and free
ting on a new growth a great ple. cows will produce a larger calf promote
many are bursting out in full bloom. Cattle Company owned 31,088 acres, crop and the offspring will make bet- ment Station staff was present and as- your interests; Guart.;itee
most of which is in the of Congress has already expended over sured the board that if
new county the appropriation -
In many sections the trees started out ter growth than those heavily infested courteous treatment to alf pa-
I Flagler and running to the east shore $600,000 in the South in a campaignto were made a trained and
j experi-
with a fair stand of fruit, but during with ticks. trons. A well written policy bya
{, the 'dry spell most of the leaves and of Crescent Lake.-Palatka News. eradicate it, in addition to large expenditures enced man would be employed for the

I. fruit dropped. Now most of these by the states, counties and work and that he would be required to ;I first-class agent in a first-
I KILLED 'GATORS. individuals. Farmers' Bulletin No. 569 SPUD CURING WOREHOUSE A provide himself with an automobile ii class company somVtiimes means ,
full
trees are coming out with a second )
[ .' bloom. of the U. S. Department of Agriculture GOOD THING. order that he could cover the county I much in case of less by fire.H. j
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Ji gives the following descriptionof quickly when his services were desir-
i T. N. Kendrick was out to his farm the common animal ticks, and tells A sweet potato warehouse and dry- ed. C. RICHARD, Starke I

WILL FARMERS BE CONSCRIPTED near Sampson like last Thursday, and why opposition to united efforts to curing plant for Duval county is the In addition to being a trained man -' k- ,

? with the assistance of a couple of eradicate it has been fostered."A aim of certain enthusiastic citizens I in agricultural matters Mr. Jenkins .

/ neighbors went to an alligator cave in very prolific cause for argument who are interested in the development promised that the agent sent here _; 2

a nearby swamp to try to capture a against the relation of ticks to Texas of the farm resources of Duval. Thereis I would be an expert in vaccinating hogs

I am frequently asked by the young large alligator that had killed hogs. fever, or tick fever, has been the con- hardly a farmer in the county who I with the simultaneous treatment of >

men of the country if "Uncle Sam" is A-hook at the end of a long pole was fusion which exists with reference to would not welcome the announcementthat serum and virus. His services in this J.] R. Davis

going to conscript farmers as well as ,, introduced into the cave and it was I the various species of ticks observedon such a structure would soon be a work will be at the command of the

men of other occupations.To soon grabbed by a saurian. But when cattle. Some stockmen have claimed reality. There is little if any better farmers at all times. *

I this question I can give no offi- the animal was pulled out it was not that ticks will not cause tick fever land in the entire state for the grow- The Telegraph commends the com- & Copipany j \

! cial answer. We all recognize, however the large one wanted, but a smallerone because their experience has not been ing of sweet potatoes than the land in missioners for making this appropriation. -

II r- that a farmer who is really at about 5% feet in length. Mr. with the Texas fever ticks, but with Duval county and if we have a cur- The appearance of the boll wee.vii > < '

, work doing his best to produce food Kendrick killed it with a load of shot the species of ticks which are harm- : ing plant it would be possible to prow in parts of the county makes it cer-

I and clothing material is as important and brought it home to skin it. less so far as their ability to transmit many more thousands of acres of potatoes I tain that Bradford county farmers I INSURANCE ;

! : for the defence of the nation as the J. R. Parrish, of Brooker, made a I Texas fever is concerned."A and be assured that there will must not depend entirely on cotton in
I :: soldier at the front. But I fear that be a market for them. Uncured the I iKBVl BiBB I
I t larger capture, to judge from an alligator similar experience with these sweet 1 future. In making the change to
many of our so-called farmers are not hide boxed for shipment on the harmless ticks upon woodland far potatoes are kept with great difficultyand I other money crops expert help and advice "
removed Starke
i : Florida
!; farming as "Uncle Sam" would have Starke depot: platform Saturday. The from cattle and confusing them very often without the advantage will be worth a great deal to :-: ; ;

them farm. When a man joins the 'gator that owned the hide must have with cattle ticks have led others to of a warehouse farmers are forced to 11 them. .i '

c I. army he is expected to obey orders, .been 10 or 11 feet long. claim that it would be impossible to lose a great part of the sweet potato t4' K E4 + ftib
and likewise if wish to
our young men
:' hide behind the eradicate the latter from infested pas- crop.Many -
plow handles to escape thousands of acres of pota-
* tures. However, their life historiesare
conscription, he ought in opinion, WILL INSTALL A SILO. toes, both white and sweet
' my are being
not parallel, since the cattle ticks .
. conduct his farm along lines approved demand the grown in Florida. The state ought to I
blood of
l.. by the officials in authority. 'Our nation T. L. Godwin, of the Brooker cattle or equinesin be the greatest spud producing state
, sec- order to mature, while the
L ear, dog,
r is anxious eo keep every possible tion, will shortly install a 20-ton silo 1 ne star and other ticks do not. Thus, in the Union. And with a little en- I Mr Farmer

man on the farm for the purpose oft and feed grinder on his farm. Mr. if the fever ticks can be separated couragement such as is proposed in I 1

r increasing the supply of grain. ButI Godwin spent several years in South from these animals for a definite Duval county for sweet potatoes the ,
, when our farmers actually reduce the per- farmers of Florida will
:
I Florida but decided about a year aero iod, they will die from lack of host. make their
, ;yield or corn by stripping off the fodder that the old homestead where he was a state one of the greatest spud pro- j I i, 1.(
t.:. I do not think they should expect reared offered as fine opportunitiesfor ducing centers of the world. Plenty j i

: exemption from conscription. profitable farming as could be SHALLOW PLOWING.E. of spuds, plenty of money.-Jackson-I

1\ If any one does not think that pulling found anywhere.; He'! returned and is ville Metropolis. I II Have ; 1
p: fodder reduces the yield of grain placing some progressive methods in-!I Ii I you thought; of !.
.
:;. let him pull the fodder from four rows to practice with the result that he ex- J. Lewis, one of the successful i i .
and leave the fodder on four rows in farmers of this section, thinks corn H
pects to make big returns for the I
i the same field. When the corn is dry ent year's work. pres- and cotton are more often damagedby SILO ;
weigh the amount of shelled corn on cultivation than by the excessive a to save feed
In addition to his corn and cotton rains. He A
: each lot separately and compare the says it is almost impossibleto : :
[ I I crops Mr. Godwin has ten acres planted plow corn shallow enough late in
yield. I would like to farmer I
; help any -
in the conduct this experiment so to broom corn that promises a heavy the season and that very often it is .R : which

I f that we may have accurate first hand yield of very fine straw. This is "fired" by the breaking up of the roots might otherwise I.

information on this subject. How now being cut and will be sold to J. at the last plowing. This was recent- j
'f J. Rigdon, the Starke broom maker. I
ly brought to his
strongly attention
: many want to try it this year-By HARDWAREW :
k 0. W. Caswell, Suwannee County De- Mr. Godwin is also doing a little ex- by a personal experience. He startedto
monstrator. perimental work with "Fetereta," a plow his corn and although he took I go to waste? 1

new cereal. It is claimed that this every precaution to cultivate shallow W { i

I' MEDICINE VS. FOOD. grain will yield a fine grade of flour he found that the root sof the corn :

.... and Mr. Godwin expects to try it out. were being disturbed. After plowinga ,
which
Do not buy something you the He has two acres planted to "Fetere- few rows he put the plow aside and A i It's almost
feed horses cattle and :
as
you your important ;
ta"
sheep, but when you want medicine, and thinks the yield will be at least substituted a side-harrow. The rows t asa

buy only have.medicine.You This have is food what which you to 150 be bushels.a good substitute Whether for it wheat proves or that badly were"fired"cu1th'atedith while the balance the plow of are the R I i Dipping Vat. !
already
not, it will field where I'
certainly make fine feed the sideharrowas used :
get in B. A. Thomas' Stock Remedy.We
for fowls or animals. Mr. Godwin are and from
sell it and guarantee it to be med- green thrifty the groundto E
brought: a sample of the new productto the top.Drives .
tell that it will tone i !
icine. We up

the aids entire digestion system,you thereby of your causing stock them and ested the may Bank see of it Starke there.and those inter- Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe C. Jones Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. ::11 ;

to get all of the food value out of the Old Standard genera strengthening tonic I

grain that you feed them.-Sold by I I I You get all the important national, GROVE'S TASTELESS chill,aadbuild.TONIC,drive ouiMalinLenriebestheblood Starke Florida i i Starke, Fla. i

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::1 FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. PAGE IvEN_

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1.,,- 1 Major Bishop! Jalmlhr Kahn announced is already under arrest and tomorrow : A knock came at the barred front ment of the debts of E. W. Driggen deceased -from $1,100 to $1,000. -
i all the following described real estate in Cliff Johnson-Pel'ona1-fl'om! to
when examine ITT. she'll reverl his door--one knock. followed by three.
at the tloulde: doors. The ma- we Sradford County Florida to-wit: Commenc- 20000. -

jor In person followed Immediately. whole rotten sdicmjs or lm\e to stand I Both men were transfixed. Aimer ing at NW corner of Northwest Quarter of J. F. Kickliter Personal.-from' A.S50 to

Inside the Rig greeting to W'oudlinmi-e was con against a wall with him. Come now! first to recover his calmness, motioned Northwest Quarter and run East 525 feet. $1.500. .... 5
South 105 feet West 525 feet. North 105 feet G. C. Lh'injrStoll-Lots 7 8 9 10 -"f strained. Throw him over. Don'tk!' "our job. Woodhouse through the door to the to point of beginning', laid land lying and being Jones add-from $ 50.01J' to rfK) f t

"Woo house will: wait for you to go as you call It. for a Gorman s;">y who's dining room. When his companionhad in Section 33, Township 6, South Range Livingston. Truby & Co.-F', 1* -j E 6 7.
: 22 East. Also the following described real estate except lot S blk 5. L. T. ""CoL add-
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down the Rock with him." Crandall trloked you-made a tool of you. disappeared he stepped to the in Alachua County. Florida, to-wit: East from $540.00 to $670.00. ,,' 5

Lines explained to the newcomer. "Captain. Wby"- door and cautiously asked. "Who half of Southeast Quarter of Section 26 Town- Alex Merrick--Lots 3 and 4 tf bl'31f. T. t:
hip 7, Range 14, to the highest and best bid
knocks?" Co's. sub-from $300.00 to fJ'lO *l.
excuse us for a minute while we go "General Crandall: Her face was der for cash. F. T. Norman-Personal-from* $7000 to

Into my room and run over little mat white, and her e.' (-s {.lowed: with an- An answer came that caused him to E. M. JOHNS $800.00. f f
shoot back the bolts and thrust out -6-ot.. Commissioner. Henry PE'ltford-Lots 2 and t of >-k i. L. T.
f p. By EARL TERR DIGGERS( ter of fleet supplies.! Must check up srer."I &: Co's. sub-from $100 ill) to .%! with the fleet before it sails In the j1 beg your pardon. Miss Gerson, hi* head. A message- was hurriedly- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED J. C. Poppell-Lot 1, blk E and ,*>t ifHnir between .

AND mornln:' WWIIum-; ? bowed his acquiescence he mumbled. "I am exaspented.' A whispered Into his ear. The Splen- UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888, B and E, Jones add_Snttii 1900.00
LAWS OF FLORIDA. to $1,000. t 1
>, ROBERT WELLS RITCHIE and saw the door to the fine girl like you-to throw away all dIde's proprietor withdrew his head Notice is hereby given that B. E. Hall purchaser Mrs. Annie E. Pt-Uit-Lots F 6 td ] of blk

general's room close behind the twain. your hopes and ambitions for a spy- and slipped the bolt home again. His of Tax Certificate No. ISO dated the I 25-from $900.00 to ll.'JBO. i f
J Copyright. 1915. by the Bobbs-Mer- 5th day of July. A. D. 1915. has filed said certificate J. Poppell-Lot S of blk 1. JKttfwi': add
and bounder! Can't see you'rewrong face was as a thundercloud as he sum- IT.
I rlll Co. I He was not long alone. Noiselessly a you in my office and has made applicationITEMIZED I -from $750.00 to $1.0fliL r. -
the double doors opened. and Jaimiur ?" moned Woodhouse. Ills breath came ESTIMATE. i.I Ij. T. Quigley-Lot 3 and N SOVft ,f lot S
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= """ of Public Instruction of of blk 37, Johns add-fror' $ .m0.00 to
time-I III wheezy Office of Board
11'r "General hopeit
Crandall some gasps.
Khan entered. Woodhouse sprang t:> '
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$1,000.
for tax deed to issue in accordance with law. A
SYNOPSISJWt meet him where he stood poised for will be soon-you will apologize to. "My Arab boy comes to the door just Said certificate embraces the following described -I J. T. Quigley-Lots 2 4 6 r.nd > oj blk S*.

previous to the outbreak of the EIIJIIPI&D flight just inside the doors. me and to Captain Woodhouse for DOW to tell me 'of Louisa's fate. She property situated in Bradford county, Flor- I' Johns add-from J5W1.00- to .8<;i;00.
ida to-wit I I J. T. Quigley-Lot 8 of blk S-froi $100.00
, war Jar'6 Gel on, buyer rr a Xew Her has been arrested." he said. :
what are saying tonight. ',
"The woman's prattle of Berlin" you Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter of to 25000.
Woodhouasi
i' York bouse meets a Captain he whispered. hands clinched into fists, whereupon "Come Aimer! I am going to the See. 25. Tp. 7. S. R. 21 E., 40 acres. I I Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.-Cntw) of Lilt ,
Paris. He tells her he ia Indian
i r train for en 6-from $10000 $250 00. 5.
SB a The said land being assessed at the date of to ?
, tOT Egypt. "1es the general's suspicions are nil the knuckles showed white. The poise signal tower. There is still time for I
route ; the issuance of such certificate ir the name Quigley Lumber" Supply Co.-IS."' lot 1
aroused again." of her head held a little forward, was us to strike." of N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shall and all lots 3 5 and 7 -of l,,k JS-from
Louisa a spy. meets Billy Capper anther be redeemed according to law tax deed will $500.00 to $800.00. i j.
all combative. Out on to Waterport street leaped
Berlin. She him "Listen I the note he rent
spy. 'a promises a I saw to issue thereon on the 20th day of August A. L. E. Roberts-Personal-fom. $.O.00 .to
job and a Bum!>tr with the \Vilhelmatruse. Bishop. The major Is to be set to 'Then you won't tell me what I Woodhouse and the door closed be- D. 1917. $350.00. f :

Then V.'oodhousa meets Louisa watch tonight-all night A f ise want to know?" He could not but hind him. Witness my official signature' and seal this J. F. Rhoden-Personal-from ,.o.OO to '
and I is observed by some American tour- you the 9th day of July A. D. 1917. $350.00. t j
Uta. Henry Sherman and family. step and you will be under arrest. read the defiance in the girl's pose. Jane Gereon tossing on her pillows W. T. WEEKS, Luvenia Robinson-Lots 2 ard 3 }f ilk 5, L. *

I Woodnouse (the name Is assumed) Is In Jalmlhr's thin face was twisted ia "I will tell you nothing but goodby!" ward the mellow bell of a clock some- Clerk Circuit Court By Bradford R. A. WEEKS.County, Fla. T.$300.00.tz Co's. add sub-.from1.; tSO.OO I to 'I I;

t a plot with Louisa to impersonate an Eng- wrath. "One man's life will not stand "No, by gad. you won't! I can be where in the dark and silent house 7-13-6t. (SEAL) Deputy Clerk. Sam RoIenberg-Penonal--! Jl.500 to ;

lih officer of that name who Is to be In our now." strike 3. This was the fifth time she $1.000. i j I ,
transferred from \Vady Haifa to take way Mrs. Angle S. Stern burg-Lola 5 5 ? 8 9 and .'
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Woodhouse affirmed. had counted the measured strokes of '
of the signal tower "No 10ofblk12andlots456",: f 91o1j :
charge at Gibraltar.
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER
Woodhouse. by agreement; purloins Cap "Success Is veree near. When Bishop I I ''it that bell as she lay wide eyed In the LAWS OF FLORIDA. 4888. of blk 17. L. T. & Co's. add.,ftm $1.650 !

Willielmetrashe number. chamber's bed. An notice is J. Alderman. to $3,000. I ,
per's goes with you down the Rock"- guest canopied Hereby given that T. Mrs. Angie S. Stf'rnbul"I-'t|'oJal-from .
purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered '
I Woodhouse proceeds to Alexandria and "Yes, yes! What _ ,i eternity had passed! since the dinner respectively 17, 87, 105 and 189, issued by the 50.00 to 50000. I H;
In Eamleh seeks Dr. Koch a German spy. "The pistol screams but the knEa Is guests' departure. Her mind was racing Tax Collector for Bradford County Florida Southern Express Personal-lntf.1 $65000
R. M.
Sparkman lot Ian\ b> l N |
I nav< by >
shows him the each of said certificates dated July 5th
Be and makes trouble.number. Capper appears dumb. Quick, cap-tain!" With a swift like some engine gone wild and A. D. 1915. has filed said being certificates in my blk 31. E ani S by Ry. W ty/ 'Thompson t I i

movement of his hand the Indian pass- sleep was impossible. Over and over office and has made application for tax deedto st-from $1.000 to 1500. ;'

Woodhouse allayu Koch eusplclona ed a thin bladed dirk to the white man. again she had conned the events of issue in accordance with law. The said Starke to $4,000.Telephone Co.-Perscnallfroin i 1 2.500 'H j
Capper secretes himself in a neighboring certificates respectively embraces the following '
garden and spies on Dr. Koch. The[ latter secreted the sheathed weapon the evening always to come at the end lands in Bradford County Florida assessed at G. W.$200.00.: Snellgrove-Pirsonal--frol J !JUOO.OO to 'J li?

Capper tees the real Woodhouse borne In a pock t of his dinner Jacket lIe against the Impasse of General Cran- the date of the issuance of such ,certificates Southern Bell Telephone Co.-Pilsonal-from i\\

out unconscious from Dr. Koch's house nodded understanding."One T4 dall's blunt denial, "You shan't sail In in the set names forth.respectively to-wit: : hereinafter particularly -I $225.00 to $800.00. } I}.

and follows the pseudo Woodhouse to Gi man's life-nothing!" Jalmlh-r r the morning." In her extremity she Certificate No. 17 embraces the Southwest N. Stt-mbenr-Pt'rtlonal-fro'JI inn $1 f r<00 to $2FredStumpPeraonalfront : .- .h ft

I braltar. The latter stops overnight with breathed."It kc/qI\ Quarter of Northeast Quarter Sec. 10 Tp. 6, 1VU. r
had considered stealth-
flight $24A
even by to 3000.
Joseph Aimer proprietor of the Hotel S. R. 20 E., 40 acres assessed Unknown. ; t
Starke
I gplendide and a German spy. Louisa Is shall be done. Woodhouse whIs- the scaling of walls perhaps and a Certificate No. 87 embraces S'-> of lot 2 or to 80000.Hardware CO.-Pl'l'Iunal-.om f 600.00 .J

I' at Gibraltar In dUguise. pered. groping through dark streets to the Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter. Sec. J. M. Truby-Lots 1 and 2 i>f bit J Temple's t
26. Tp. 6, S. R. 18 E.. 40 acres assessed Un- .
Henry Sherman and family are stopping I Jalmihr faded through the double wharf there to smuggle herself some- known. add-from $250.00 tO $*00.01 kj
J. M. [
at the Splendide. Suddenly Jane Gerson doors like a spirit in a medium's: cabi-- how on a tender and so gain the Sax- Certificate No. 105 embraces Lots 3 and 4 to Truby$350.00.-Personal-fron tlftv- to $350. |

appears All await, having a boat.with difficulty left Paris. netlIe bad seen what the captainwas onia. But her precious gowns! They of Certificate block 19 in No.Worthington 189 embraces, assessed W'li: Unknown.of North Truby & Thomas Refining Co.-inU 6 and 7 .'
blk 2. Temple's add froiri
-
slower to notice. The door from still reposed In their bulky hampers west Quarter of Southwest Quarter, Sec. 4, Tp. 50000. '. $300.00 to
Lady Crandal the American wife of GUkraltars Jane Gerson's room was opening. The 7, S. R. 22 E., 20 acres assessed James Clark. l.
here In Government Ilouse. To Truby & Thomas Refrigerator CcJ-fereonal
) governor. visits the Splendide Is escape Unless said certificates shall be redeemed <
into the and from 500.00 to SI 000. ..
delighted with Jane's samples of gowns girl stepped swiftly room and leave them behind would be worse according to law tax deed will issue thereon E. M. Thomas-Pesonal--fronTi. 1100.00;
and invites her to stay at Government was by Woodhouse's side almost before than futile. The governor's flat seem- on the 20th day of August, A. D. 1917. 50000. f } to

House. Woodhouse encounters Jane but he had seen her. Witness my official signature and seal this J. O. Turner-Personal-from* ili.OO to
ed absolute. the 10th day of July. A. D. 1917. .'
previous meeting.
denies any $700.00. .
could without-
"I not-go away-
Aimer informs wooanouse umi menu without"- Urged by the Impulse of sheer neces- (SEAL) w. T. WEEKS Clerk., J. W. White & Son_Personal-I i$2,400 to

to stationed at Government House and sity to be doing something-the bed By R. A. WEEKS. 2.ooo.. | {
that from the signal tower min "Miss Gerson-Jane!'* He'was beside "You shan't sail on the Saxonia." 7-13-61. Joe Hill Williams-Personal ,I 1250.00 toSOO.O.
every Deputy Clerk.
had become a rack-the girl rose lit a $ j: I
to the harbor can be exploded. The Brlt- her instantly. His hand sought and
W. T. 'Aeeks-All bl!. 2 and loti3.t 8 6 7 8
stubborn too. You shan't sail on the taper and lI(' an to dress herself moving -
tab fleet Is due.Woodhouse found one of hers and held it a willing ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTIP .,f FINAL 9 10 11 12 and N'r lot It Ind 13 of
pays his respects to General prisoner. She was trembling and her Saxonia In the morning. Understand? noiselessly.I She even packed her SETTLEMENT. bll 13. L. r. 4 Co.'s aJifi$2.700 to
Crandall and Capper follows to Inform "Oh shan't-1? Who will dare stop traveling hag to the last inch and NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8. 13.000.Wall I I
eyes were deep pools, riffled by conflicting 1917 I will present to the County Judge of Bros.-Lots 1 and 3 l.lk.9 If4m $00 to
upon him and tells of his experience at currents. Her words came me? locked !t. Then she sat on the edge of Bradford County Florida my final eeonnt $1,000.Wall I \

Bamkh. .. "I will Miss Gerson. I have plentyof the bed hands helplessly! folded In her and vouchers of the estate of Calvin MOLl, deceased Bros.-Persoral Ice I'UnM'iVm $00 to
has his aroused breathlessly: and apply for the approval of $5.000. f
Crandall suspicions concerning same .
Woodhouse. but nevertheless orders "I was not myself. 1 tried to tell right-and the power too. lap. What to do imeit'as she any and for my final discharge: as such administra L. A. Wynn-Lots 5 and'7; of r>)l' v34, Johns

Capper out of Gibraltar. myself you were deceiving me Just- "I'll ask you to tell that to my consulon better off dressed than thrasjr'ng In the tor.Dated add-from $250.00 to 500.00; i
this the 30tb day of March. A. D. L. A. Wynn-Personal-from $50.Mi'to 1 $250.00J.
tomorrow
Crandall questions Jane Gerson about Just as a part of this terrible mystery the deck at 5 rooming. bed? HIT :yearning called up a picture 1917. C. Wills-Personal-100 V. tlOS

Woodhouse suspecting a previous acquaintance yon are involved in. But when I heard Until then. General Crandall au re- of the Saxonia. which must ere this be A. Z. ADKINS Young Trading Co.-Personal.-fi.n* $1.ROO to

but gains no information. General Crandall tell you to waitthatand voir!" at her andJOI'II (,. sirr-e! the consul said Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott, deceased $1.750. 1 tAt
I Starke Fla. t-30-6mo. the regular meeting of thttto ncil to be
Almer scyids Woodhouse a warning that what he said about the spies-1 The door of the guest room shut witha she was due ut -. III three short hours held August 17th reasons will II i-ard from

hs has been denounced by Capper making knew you were again In peril andand" spiteful slam upon the master of tenders would puff alongside, n happy MASTER'S SALE. the aforesaid property owners If ",any there
Jane an unconscious go-between. Hereby notice is given that under and by be, why the values as fixed !>y the Vrd it:*.'
Gibraltar leaving him to nurse a griev- procession of refugees: climb the gang virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure be changed. L

Woodhouse Is put to a severe test and! "And you have come to me to tell ance on the knees of wrath.CHAPTER way, among them the Shermans and made and entered by the Judge of the E. S. \TAlVs..

cross examination at Government House me as goodby you believe I am honest Willy Kimball bound for their Kewa- 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Attest: Chaifnaji: Con-w".
but manages to allay suspicions. Jane Bradford County, in chancery, on the 25th C. A. FUTCH. 1
helps him at a critical moment. and that you care-a littleV" Wood- XX nee, the captain on the bridge would day of June A. D .1917. in favor of W. T. Clerk. .' I

house's voice trembled with yearning give an order winches would puff, the Weeks as complainant and against Caesar
The British fleet enters the harb r.CrandaU' The Trap I Is Sprung. Davis and his wife. May Davis. as defendants, --I----,
Indian body servant. Jalmihr "When you think me In danger then iOSEl'U ADlER and Captain anchor heave from the mud. the big the undersigned as Special Master in Chan- 4 4 + O144

Khan meals himself to Woodhouse as a you forget doubts and maybe-your darkened boat's prow slowly turn westward, I cery will offer for sale and sell in front of 15
Woodhouse sat in the
the court house door in Starke, Bradford :
German heart""Ou
spy. New York! And
and heavily blinded office-re oceanward. toward County, Florida during the legal hours ot; TRAIN SCHEDUIK

Lady Crandall gives a dinner and Mrs. I want to believe-I want to!" ceptiou room of th& Hotel she, a prisoner caught:: by the mis- sale on Monday the 6th day of August, A. D. c, ----- j
Sherman mentions having seen Wood- she passionately. "Everyone wouid 1917 to the highest and best bidder for cash.
whispered
since chance of war's great mystery, New time table wert into
hoses In Berlin. which he denies. Jalmibr Spleudide. All the hotel had long the following described real estate lying and effect %
Khan Informs Woodhouse that everything here is against you. Tell me you been put to bed, and the silent in the have to watch that diminishing column being in Bradford County Florida to-wit: 12:01 a. m., Sunday, 2Iaj{ C, 1917, <)

Is ready for blowing up the fleet. are on the level-with" me, at least""I rambling house was audible.! The of smoke! fade against the mom corner Seven of acres Southeast more or Quarter less in the of Northwest Southwest and trains will run all fallows. : <)

Crandall catches Woodhouse making am-with you. hands of the Dutch clock on the wall ing's hlue-tli apiiear.Inspiration Quarter of Section Twenty-two, Township Six v. <) ,

love to Jane. Later he questions her again "I-I believe," she sighed, and her were pointing to the hour of 830. st'i'.ed her. It would be South Range Twenty-two East. Jacksonville to Taifpa. 4
and informs her that Woodhouse is aboutto head fell near his shoulder-so near A. S. CREWS I
Strain was on both the men. They something just I-I see the Saxonia now Special Master in Chancery. No.3----------------1t55a.m. <)

be arrested but elicits nothing. that with alacrity Captain Woodhouse spoke in monosyllables and only occasionally. lying nmu{ the ? r'ni: nun ters of th:?: D. E. KNIGHT. No. 1-----_________*HsU p. m.

Waking a, night at Government House settled.lt there. Almer's hand went out from war fleet. From the 'hI'1 I Oily of th? Solicitor for Complainant. 7-6-5t No. 15 "Floridian"_.<.-2f37 p. m. Ici
Jane discovers Jalmlhr Khan prowling "When this war Is over if I am
time to time to lift a squat bottle of library just I'UtsY.e the t IIf'r of her :
about cutting wires and abstracting alarm. private and- alive" he was saying rapturously. brandy from the table between them room. she coullu'( h tho darkness of Dissolution Notice. Jacksonville to CidaJKty.No. .
She gives an
Crandall papera appears. "may I come" to America for TOU? Will and pour a tiny glass brimful; he the harbor fur' the (11'1 kly rows of By mutual consent the Lawtey Telephone > 21_______-_____-._ 1:50 p. m.
you-wait? tins hunt ship from Company has this day been dissolved .
/almlhr )Knan with drawn pistol. hold* quaffed with a sucking noise. Wood lights marking UKT 4
"
op both Crandall and Jane, but Wood "Perhaps. house did not drink. her darker nc&Iiliurs.: Tic! general's G. C. Wooten retiring from t8, Tampa to Jacksonville .

house appear wrenches the pistol from The door to General Crandall's room ..T4 H LU la O.OIS.'>l\," ,Inc" miici l..ttrn' "ttaA' With"' marine {.tosses lay on his desk she remembered. said' business and W. C. Wooten taking ti No. 4.______________ 32$ P. m.

the Indians band and declares for himself secret as opened. They sprang apart Just an in eye on the mottled clock ill;: --1 To steel out to the balcony over the entire holdings, belong- No. 2.______________ 4)51 a. m. 4

Captain service. He Cavendish clears himself, detailed and Louisa. hit Crandall and Bishop entered the library. "He will come," Almer asgured. sweep tlio larlmr: with the glasses 'ings, telephones, lines and electrical. No. 16 "Floridian" fjtEJl! p. m.

ally. The former was not blind to the .ong pause. I, and at last hit on the ship of deliverance fixtures appertaining thereto. I

rile consnrs departure was the Bigot situation. He darted a swift glance "This man Jalmlhr-he Is thoroughly -for a'.l: !itt her-to (:.o this The business will be run at the same Cedar Key to Jacksonville. <)

Into the girl's face and read much : Jependable The man In uniform put would be better than: : counting; the place under the name as heretofore, No. 20._____________ 9li a. m. v
crowded
) for the otlwrs. They
there. the question with petulant brusqueness. hours alone. She s'ftyiened! th? Lawtey Telephone Co., by the said % $

around Lady Craudull and her husband "Ready, Captain?" Bishop chirped, affecting door of her room. lt' 'Olhl lay time dim W. C. Wooten, and the said G. C. Starke and W anal ej

with Tolnble praNe for the American not to notice the momentary; "It is his passion-what we are to distances of the I'bntry' suddenly become Wooten assumes all debts and liabili- 4 (Daily Except Sunta t) <$>

dinner and thanks fur the courtesy confusion of the man and the girl. do tonight-something he has lived for vast as -an amphitheater; in the ties due by the said firm to this date. No. 101 Leaves Starke 6.i3 a. m. *
.
they bad found on the Hock. Wood- Woodhouse gave Jane's hand a lingering -his religion., Nothing except: Judgment thin liirht fi'.terim: ; through the curtains Dated June 30, 1917. 4 No. 104 Arrives Starke T'15' p. m. 4

house. after a last despairing effort to could- Hah!" scn-ening the balcony appeared the Signed G. C. WOOTEN, 4
his adjuredher day
hare a word of farewell with Jane clasp. Mutely eyes bell. 7-6-4t. W. C. WOOTEN. 4 T. J. GRIF J'gN,, 4 I.
to remember her plighted troth. In The sharp chirp of a telephone 4 I 4
which she denied turned to make his :Agent.i !
another minute be was gone. a dagger of sound In the silence brokeAlmer's I ; 4e44 i
dleo hid and hostess. PUBLIC NOTICE.
to host
The general and his guest were speech. lIe bounded to his LKt of assessments changed by the Board of 44444' 44-j4'.
"Xo Crandall t
caught
hurry. capta !. alone. Jane Gerson was bidding him feet but not so quickly as Woodhouse I II equalization of the Town of Starke Florida ?- ..F44994444 -
him up. Expect Major Bishop In who was across the room in a single upon the real and personal property for 1917. \
official good night when he Interrupted somewhat filed with the clerk for publication accordingto q. 44 .
of
every minute-small matter stride and had the receiver to his ear. law.J. .

detail You and be can go down the gruffly: "Well well! Yes, this is the one W. Andrews & Son-2 A of land bee at 4 ''I
"Well have made 4 CHURCH DIRECT: !t' '
Rock together when he leaves." young woman you name.Voodhouse turned to Ai SE cor of Madison and Westmoreland I
mind? Do you sail In the you streets and run south 420 ft. E 210 ft, N 4 .;H
up your
Woodhouse's mind leaped to the notr mer and his lips framed the word 420 ft. W 210 ft. to beg-from J100.00 to 4 BAPTIST-Rev. W. ;lj Law, 4

meaning behind his superior's careless morning or Jalr lhr. "Yes yes; all Is well-and 1150.00. 4 Sunday school <$> I'
pastor.
: a. m.
> ,
"I made my mind to that long H. Austin-4 : acres in SW cor of NU of SWi f. i
words. The hastily dispatched note- up waiting. Bishop? He is beyond interference > of NW"4 380 ft N and Sand 508 ft 4 Sunday morning wrviij? 11:00 QQ > .

that was to summon Bishop to Govern ago, she answered briskly. "Of course -coming down the Rock-I I E and W. 28-6-22-from $250.00 to 35000. > o'clock; Sunday evening, Service, <8> I

ment House; Crandall's speech about I sail." did the work silently. What's that?" J. M.000.Alvarez-Personal-from 14.600 to $4- 7:00; B. Y. P. U., Suncyy evening ,.

the spies and now this summary or- "Then you're going to tell me whatI Woodhouse's face was tensed in strain; I'I A. 0. Andreu-2'i acres E of Ry in SE' Q 6:45; Wednesday" ening *
Sensible girl!" He of SWI.. bounded N by Johns add W 4 prayer'service 7 o'clock. JSvery-
der that he wait the arrival of Bishop. want to know. his right hand went to a breast pocket ,
: by Ry S by Sec. line and E by Cherry invited attend. 3A >
body cordially tl
Would the arrest be here In this room? rubbed his hands In satisfaction. and brought out a pencil. With It he I lii st. also lots 9 and 10 of blk 47 in Johns .

The man who carried a number from "What Is it you want to know, Gen- began making memoranda on the face 1 add--from $260 to $300.A. 4 4

Wllbelmstrasse felt the walls of eral Crandall?" This almost carelessly of a calendar by his side. :, l' $150.00.O. Andreu-Personal-from $50.00 to 4 l!> EPISCOPAL, M. i)f. Fryer 5 .,

the library slowly closing in to crush from her."When. "Seven turns-ah, yes-four to the k S. L. Alvarez-Personal-from 00 to $250 00. 4 priest in charge. Srmdaschool, 4 .
hand Mrs. Kate Brown-Lots 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
did meet Woodhouse be- left-correct. His writing was
him. He could almost hear the whisper you / of blk 4 as extended on Ensey's map- 4 9:45 a. m.; morninj; prayer and 4 :
and mutter of the inexorable machine fore-and where?" moving swiftly. "Press one to the fr from r.800 to $2.500. 4 sermon, 11 o'clock; evenipu: pray 4 I

moving them closer-closer. Be alone "How did you know I met him be- right. Good! I have It and am off Wm.' Bryan-Personal-from $100.00 to 4 er and sermon, 7 o'clock; 'hoir rehearsal
with the man whose word could send fore?" She attempted to parry, but at once. Goodby! A. Bessent 20000.-All block 2fi. L. T. & Co.'s add- ci> 7 o'clock,. Wvdnesday! 1 :

ballets Into his heart! Crandall cut her short with a gesture Woodhouse finished a line of scripton from $80(1.00 to $1.000. (!> evening. Come and wonjhip with 44u5. I .

the calendar face and hung up the Bradford County Abstract Co.-Personal- t 8 I !
"A very pleasant dinner Lady Cran- of impatience. frcm $500.00 to 1000. 4' 1 4 I
c1al1's," Woodhouse began. eager to "Please don't try that tack again. receiver. lIe carefully tore the writ- H Y. Brown-Lots 13 and 14 blk 3&. Peek's ) ) METHODIST-T. L. "
Barr
.
ten notes from the calendar and put add-from $;;0.1'0 to $ 5.JO. |I r
and
"''hten the tenseness of the situation. Answer those two questions you. H. Y. Brown-Blk 27 Temple's add-from ,i: pastor. Sunday school: 9:45 a. 4
them Into his pocket.
"Tea it seemed so." Crandall offered sail in the morning. $25.00 to $30.00. 4 4
Gersou's hard and "Jaimihr says he has work to do at W. E. Bryan-Lots 3 and 4. blk 32. Johns I I m. Preaching every S'inday at I ;
the younger man his cigarette case and, Jane eyes grew add-from 400.00 to $500.00. 11 a. m., and 7:30 p*. rn-* -Prayer 4

lighting a smoke himself straddled the she lifted her chin In defiance. Government" House: and turned cannot to Almer come ..'.oWI. 'VA Abram ent--Personal-from $500.00 to''I,'6 meeting Wednesday :eveijiig, 7:30 4' I
down. Woodhouse
hearth his eyes keenly observant of "And if I refu e"- in rapid sentences. J. F.1000.Colley! -One A land bounded E by Broadway i,' 6 o'clock. Junior Ep\rort> .League 4 i J
"
and explained: I
Woodhoupe's! face. "Why should you? Crandall affected street. N by land of M L. John (1, Sunday afternoon at 3:31.'Senior 4 J

"lUtber odd. Americans but Jolly surprise not altogether unfelt. "But he's given me the combinationto A Light Moved There. W by Christ an street S by land of A. E.I I IMoitt I I.e;> Epworth League Sundav? evening !
and -from $00.00 to 1000.
Room D-over the wire now I
Lice" The captain laughed in reminiscence "Xo matter. I do: The challenge lumpy masses of furniture and vague Mrs. E. C. Croft-Lots 2 3 and 4 and N'i of i I I() at G:45. A cordialinvlation: is '

of the unspoiled Shermans."I came crisp and sharp cut as a new I'm off: outlines of walls and doors. She closed -\ lot 5 of blk C of Jones add-from $300.00to I, extended to all to wor'iip; ,with 44us. !
Afcier He $750.00.
was all excitement: now.
thought so-I married one." Crandall blade. Gibraltar's governor lost his Woodhouse the door behind her and stood trem- Mrs. A. E. DnVper:5 A in SE cor of SEI, |
retorted. temper icstanter. Ills face purpled. hovered lovingly:: about bling-this was somehow like burglary of SE' -from $250.00 to $400.00. 4 : f. I '

The ear of Woodhouse's mind could "And I know why!" he rasped. "!Ie', patting him on the'shoulder him, giving with she felt-at least it bad the thrill of J C.. M.S. Durling Dubose--Lot Personal 8 of-tlk from 34$1.000, Johns to add$500.- ;) PHESBCTERIAN: !\< c. H. 4 !

; hear more plainly now the grinding of got round you-made love to you- him his helmet mothering burglary. from $ 5.rlO to $100.00.J. 14) Abernathy, pastor. \ Sunday 4 i
he was kissingyou little coon: ; ndses. (ContlnuPd Next Week.) W. Edwards-Lot 4 of blk 1. L. T. & Co's. 1 school 9:45 '
the cogs; the Immutable power of fate tricked you I'd swear : a. m. Preaching every -
add-from $500.00 to $8')II,1I0.
lay there. just the minute I came in here "Speed quickly. 1032: Cp the Rocko I :'olrs.1.. J. Fouts-3'a A beg 327 ft N of SW i';;' Sunday morn in -ga t ll; Sunday 4

"Oh-er-so you did. Very kind she The cad! Good Lord girl. can't you the sicnal tower 1932 t" do the + + + + + + + + + + + + + cor of SE', of XEt and run N 348 ft, '!> evening at 1:30. Prayer 4 .
deed that will boom around the world. E 74- ft. S 51 ft. W ;92 ft to beg-from 4
4) 1ro.
has been to me. I got very little of see how be's using you" + LEGAL NOTICES $100.00 to UOfl.OO.: > meeting Wednesday evicting at t
this Haifa." "I'm afraid: I can't" The switches-tme pull my brother Eibert Gnann-TXJ'I 3 4 5 9 of blk C Rising's 7:30 o'clock. Visitors {rdially 4 1 1I
sort of thing at Wady
+ + + + + + +
+ + + + + + + + +
and the fatherland is saved to triumphover add-from $100.00 to $200.00.
"By the way.Voodhonse"Crandall Crandall advanced toward her shaking :- !> invited to worship with{us. 1
Mrs. Minnie E. Griffin-Lots 1 2 3 of blk 8 '
fktoriousf'"night. .
COMMISSIONERS SALE.
her enemies
blew a contemplative puff toward the a menacing; finder at her. Temple's adH-from $00.00 to $1,600. 4
.\lmer"! WOO bl'use wasmoving Notice is hereby given that under and by J. D. & P. !.. Gaskins-Personal-$300.00 to 4444444 ... I!> 444I .
ceilInMstranpe Mrs. Sherman should "Let me tell you something young virtue of an order made on the 19th day n' $5,000.Owen II ,
the door. "In eight ; -j jI
towa-d
hate thought she saw you at Berlin." woman: He's at the end of his rope- ; June. A. D. 1917. by J. T. Will. Judge of the t.anJinH-Lot 5 of blk 11 L. T. & Co's.
will be made. The Circuit Court in and for Bradford Count.
minutes
h'-t"ry fld-from $300.00 to $500.00.A. .
"Odd mistake to be sure." Wood- done for! No use for you to stand upI in frontof I To Cure Cold fa One
I minute ':par the: /.in Mart for Florida. I will sell at public outcry I". Hoffman-Personal-from $500.00 to a Day
hoiwe admitted. struggling; to put ea I for him longer. lIe's under guard tonight pIn the court house door in Starke. Bradford $1,000. Tike LAXATIVE BROMOUnlniii*. It stops the
Into his voice. "The lady seems to and a woman named Joseph, Spain. I will' try t:. rsstix. but I County. Florida. on Monday. the 6th day ol Mrs. Alice Humphrey-Personal-from $00 to Cough and Headache andwor4 hit the Cold. <'{
August, A. D. 1917. during the legal hours of
4 ubt"- $20.00. Druegis's refund money If it.;fnl* to cure.
have a penchant as her husband smji. his accomplice-or maybe his dupe- sale on said day for the purpose of the pay- Mrs. Eonta: E. Jones-S 42 ft of lot 8 Ilk 1:OH- W. GRO\' 'S signaturif on wtb l-c&. ;x.

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. JAY.JUIf; 2;.t 91T. J''

I mmmm_ r B fcfnend
. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Peace were The frame is up for the Andrews! with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R,-! of the couple visitor! : 'i t
[ them
e ) "F. itors to Jacksonville last \is-1 home. This new house will contain Terrell. happy and prosperous; life.j -, r

Mr. W. E. Torode was a eight large rooms .and will give Sen- Miss Eliza Harvin, of, Jacksonville, Mr. Collie Weeks,.,f Sajta Fe ...Jfe j t
visitor to Maxville Monday.Mr. ator Andrews all the room necessaryfor left for Salt Lake City this week, and the guest of Miss Pearl Lcjjrfj ,
J. C. McRae was in Lawtey and the great amount of entertainingthat she will make her future there. Miss afternoon. Sttday k

.H. County News Items vicinity a few days ago in the inter- he does. The new home will be Harvin was one of the valued employes The annual meeti.g of* 'f..
1 est of the county school board. wired for electric lights.A of the Jacksonville Telephone Co. tive Baptist at '.ittleR .E:
Mrs. Laura Vining and two childrenof movement is on foot for the establishing was well church ndayi : f.

Tampa spent several days last week of a telephone exchange in Celebrates 88th Birthday Mrs. Davis, who has been 'sue a ]1 1
J : ;aisst1ns Facts Gathered During the Week by Our and this at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raiford. It is believed that enough Last Friday, July 20th, Mrs. S. A. for the past two weeks, i'13o: Refular Correspondents.! Charles Dinkins. Mrs. Vining is a sister subscribers can be secured to ensure .'I Richard celebrated her 88th birthday. on Sunday night f he kives a 11rIJ W.
of Mr. Dinkins.Mr. the success of the exchange and the band and two children to{ _
.. Quite a number of her children, grand mourn L
. Wilmot Brown came home from money is ready to put it in as soon loss. j Uq'I
... ... children and great grand children were
Georgia and spent Sunday at the homeof as the capitalists are satisfied. the present, also loving friends who are :Miss: Sarah Jordan is tieMiss guest of -

.''. PARK. James Reynolds motored to Gaines- his parents.Mr. proposition will pay. r just devoted to her. The day was Marguerite Shriver finis weet .
J WOODLAWN ville on business last :Monday after- A. M. Blanchard and familyare Judge Kelley, of Madison, was the spent merrily by all, she enjoying the :Mrs.: L. Morgan arfJIr.... A. A. Hi. '
''.;, ;' noon. spending a few days at Kingsleylake. guest of Hon. A. D. Andrews over romping and playing around of the zen, who went to Jacksonville to mw

;j. Mrs. R. H. Green and children, who Graham Junior High School continues Sunday. many children. Quite a sumptuous din- dergo operations some time ago bare
have been visiting in Jacksonville, returned to progress nicely under the man-I Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill were visi- I The weatherboarding is on the first ner and refreshments were served and returned home and'][ \'e #.re gid to

I home Monday. agement of Mr. A. C. Crews, tors to Raiford last Thursday. Whitehead cottage on the corner of I among the beautiful cakes that was state are improving:,nlcel}. '

. Mr. and :Mrs. S. J. Peeples, of Ft. M. Maines and Miss Mae McKinney.The Justice B. D. Kelly, of Raiford, was Central avenue and Division street.A brought for her was one baked and Dr. E. L. Lamb -and 'amily hail .
;:t Meade, are spending the week here, enrollment is near the hundred transacting busines sin Lawtey last second cottage will be built on the : decorated by her grand daughter. Miss!, moved to Citra. We they *n .
.j' the guests of relatives and friends. mark, the largest in the history of the Friday. same property as soon as the first one Belle. The candy decoration on.this like their new horn e.- hot ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman were school. After two weeks the present Charles Shepard, of Valdosta, Ga., is completed. cake was exquisite and on top was Mr. Bob, Surrenc family, of ;
"'1 1. shopping in Lawtey Monday after- summer session will close, as cotton is spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. J. C. Byrd, formerly of the Cit- placed in candy the dates, 1829-1917. Graham, were visitors! here Sunday :

I Messrs. J. M. Norman and 0. J. Crews has several young ladies and Miss Florrie Terry is spending a Jacksonville Wednesday. of her age. She is in good health and a visitor here last S Ul'daY. '

i.; Phillips motored over to Starke Satur- gentlemen preparing for the September few days with relatives. and friends in There was an interesting two-days' is always jolly and makes it so pleas- Mr. Ed. Gainey, of btrosse, vai
day in the former's Ford. examination, therefore, will continue Lake City. meeting held at the Methodist churchin ant and entertaining, and it is not only visiting relatives here Suo aYe
I !I Mr. C. C. Scaff, of New River, was on through the month of August Mrs. J. B. Dye and little son, J. B. Raiford last week under the super- pleasant but instructive to sit down :Mr.: Harley Hazen and Hand Crew
I 1 I {j a visitor here Saturday and Sunday. Jr., of Jacksonville, are guests this vision of the presiding elder. Several and talk with grandma. attended church at- Gra!lam Fridi
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\ Carl has many friends here who are Mr. C. B. Roberts, local ginner, has week of Mrs. Dye's parents, Mr. and prominent speakers were in atten- May God continue to bless her a.i-1 night. : *
{ | always glad to see him come. bought of Riley Wasdin the first cot- Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. dance and the meetings were well attended spare her to be with'us for years yet I Uncle Henry PinJcston. of Wortt '
4 Messrs. Troy Hudson and Leman ton of this section, paying the fancy Mr. and Mrs. John Teston and lit- by the town people. Friday a to come. ington, attended services here Saturday -
j Norman were transacting business in price of 25c per pound. tle son, of Jacksonville, are spendinga dinner was served near the church I and Sunday. '. c .
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A Lawtey Tuesday. few days here this week with rela- and a number of people from the Mr. and Mrs. Wi shire :Bro fo. and

'\! '; Mr. Dewey Green was visiting at HAMPTON. tives.Mr. try came in and spent the coun-I BROOKER.Mr. mother, of Providence, intended ler+ .
"' Sanderson Saturday and Sunday. E. J. Roberts was a visitor to at the meetings. vices here Sunday. ..
1 S. 1 The revival meeting that is being Starke Monday. Mr. G. C. Sapp recently bought the J. J. Morgan and two children, Mrs. T. C. Hazen; and jn,i Clifford,
I :' conducted by Rev. W. F. Walters is Dr. J. C. Wills, of Starke, was on Miss Eunice Bray, of Ocala, is the market of J. H. Denmark and is hand- Clarence and Myrta, and Mr. Guy Pin- went to Alachua Monday 1
.'i: meeting with much success. All are our streets Tuesday. guest this week of Mrs. J. J. McLeod. ling meat, cold drinks "and ice. This holster, motored to Starke Wednes- Dr. Matthews, of'Wort ington, wuS3 I

-: invited to attend the meeting, which Mrs. R. D. Rawley, of Starke, spenta Theophelius Reddish was a visitorto change does not affect Mr. Denmark's day.Several here on professions! busi Sunday

.# will continue until Sunday. nightVANDERBILT. part of the week here, the guest of Jacksonville Sunday. grocery business and Mr. Sapp will from here attended the revival Mr. A. B. Surrenty, L lorgan, D. .
friends.J. Mr. and Mrs. G. Y. Herlong, Ben- conduct the market in the rear of the at Graham during last week. lis Clemons, John Olemor! Jean Sun '

E. Owsley, of Theressa, was a nie Herlong, Miss Kate Herlong and Denmark store as it has been hereto- Dr. Barefoot, of Worthington, was rency and Roy Gcrfwin.ore visitor
.1.. business visitor here Wednesday.M. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green, of Lake fore.The I on professional business here last to Starke Monday. j{
Z. Sullivan and family, of The- City, and Miss Lizzie Herlong, of draft has taken quite a toll week. Mr. Tom Baxter re: wising relative'
Everybody remember the cemetery ressa, spent the week-end here, the Gainesville, were guests last Sundayat from Raiford, but the young men who Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Surrency and son here this week.
.1 working at the Dyal cemetery on Friday guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. Sullivan. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. have been called are taking the mat- Earl, and Mr. Guy Pinholster, and L. Mr. L. A. Brown made, quick trip
l August 3rd. Everybody that Prof. Nelson, of Gainesville, was Adams. ter philosophically and there has beenno T. and R. T. Osteen and Mr. :Fred Ha to Worthington Sunday irorning.
..' feels like it is their duty to help, come here on business during the week. Mrs. Maggie Green, of Starke, is the attempt so far at evading the is- zen attended church at Graham last'Friday -
;J.,:; and do your part. Victor Allen, who is at present en- guest this week of her sister, Mrs. sue. Several of the married men who night. IN THE CIRCUIT Ct CRT. ttCHTH jra.
(;;. Misses Mary and Sarah Hiers, of gaged in contract work at Baldwin, Henry Bennett.Mr. have families state that if they are not Dais, Inez Abernathy was a visitorto : CIAL FOR BRADFORDCOUNfir.CIRCUIT IP FLODA.. IN IK AM.
i Oeorpia, have been visiting at the spent Sunday with his family here.uoiaippiK. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins wentto exempted they feel sure that provisionwill Alachua Friday. 'i.1 CBAY.CERY.
home gf Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman. -3 Macclenny last Thursday to attend be made for their families and Mrs. T. B. Parker and children, cf Fidehty-Phenix Fire ly-urance1!

g; They will leave Starke this afternoon 'M. 'Jd 'Jai ;oaq srq jo ;san3 aqj ')(33A\ the funeral of Mr. Dinkins' brother.Mr. they are ready to serve their countryif LaCrosse, are visiting relatives hue Company a corporaton'"I ,.; t i.

\1, for Jacksonville. From that point they }ssd aq) 3uunp! aaaq JOJISIA! 8 sew Will Mott and family, of Jack- it is 'necessary. this week Iris Boree. et aL. j
& will depart for their Georgia home. to- aH 'uosumv Jo 'uopippi'iv! '0 'A sonville, spent Sunday with relativesin Dr. Matthews and Mr. John Rogers, To It :n Adam hereby Bowen ord'redrthat o' Bristol y oL*!Georgia appear,to till

morrow. The services at the Methodist church Lawtey.Mr. LAKE BUTLER.Mr. of Worthington, were attending to Bill of Complaint filet!.Herein fcfainit you tat
{ 1 Mrs. F. M. Norman will accompany conducted by Mrs. Barr, the pastor's M. L. Loadholtz attended the business here Wednesday afternoon. of others August in the A.above D.entitled 1,11. eau an?t the on the Bradforf Z7 iij

i I them back. wife, on last Sunday, were well attended Masonic lodge at Lake Butler last Miss Nellie Nabb, who has been in County Telegraph! is f.trvby dji!.nated u tin
rs Mr. Warren Bloodsworth was in this and sincerely appreciated. Thursday evening.Joe L. L. Copeland, representing the Jacksonville for some time, returned newspaper in which die i ord,jrj shall be pob-

section Sunday afternoon.Mr. Services will be held at the Metho- Starling was transacting business Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co., of home last Wednesday. i fished Witness once my a week hand for ariU Jour seal_cotfeeutive ol"office thii vt Utk U.
Littleton Kite and Misses Alta dist church next Sunday. The pastor in Starke Monday. California, is spending the week hereon Cards were received here last week ..day of July A. D. 191/.
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and Ruby Norman motored over to will be assisted by Col. Bunch, a gift- Mayor W. F. Godwin was a business business.Mr. announcing the marriage of Miss ;,>'(Seal ,: W. WEEKS.ClntI.
church near Raiford Sunday afternoonMr. ed Sunday school worker. visitor to Jacksonville last Thursday. A. C. Whittaker, of the Palatka Edith Crosby to :Mr. Angus Maxwell, By R. 1 I.WEEKS.;
Levy Norman and Misses Mary The services at the Christian church Messrs. R. R. Theca and Marcus Steam Bakery, was on our streets this Barrett, which took placed July 15th, .I ;.2j-lit. Deputy Clerk
7 and Sarah Hiers, Lizzie and'Lottie conducted by Rev. W. T. McGuire, of Brown were visitors to Jacksonville week.. Mr. Whittaker formerly was at Dothan, Ala. Miss Crosby had been I 3'
Norman attended the services at Rai- Palatka, three evenings of last week, 1Ve t1r..sday. "Our Baker" and we feel confident the visiting her sister, Mrs. I. L. Eubanks NOTICE OF APPLICATION FIR TAX DEE

( ford last week. and Warren were well attended.The I Mr. Geo. Powell, of Jacksonville, citizens of Palatka cannot but be well who lives in that city. Her marriagewas I UNDER LAWS SECTION Or,*FLORt OF CHAPTER!>.\. MSI
1 Messrs. Levy Norman many friends of Willie C. Hunt was transacting busines sin Lawteyone pleased with the fine bread and cakes a surprise to her many friends Notice is hereby gn that,Louis H. Bin,
Bloodsworth made a trip to Lake IButj will be pleased to know that he is still day last week. that he can turn out, and was so high- here, who wish for them a long and purchaser of Tax CerMficatet: >. 54, dated till
j 5th day of July A. D!4915. had filed said certificate
nightWORTHINGTON.
ler Saturday
: convalescing nicely. Quite a large number of Lawtey ly appreciated by us. prosperous life. in my office a/id has tirade applieaUaa
I Prof. John L. Scotten and familyare folks spent Sunday afternoon at Rev. Mr. Kendall is slowly recover- Mrs. P. M. Barefoot has been quiteill for tax deed to Lwoe m accofianc with lav
Said certificate embarces thp
spending the summer at ,Penns- Kingsley lake. ing from his recent serious illness. for the past few days. scribed property situ ted in J Bradford followint COW fc.
yule, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Ury Gunter, of Rai- Rev. Ezell's revival services at the Rev. W. F. Walters filled his regu- ty. Florida. to-wit: 'J:
Mrs. J. V. Jones and children are M. E. church favora- lar appointment here last Saturdayand Lots 6. 6. 9. 10. U, and 1* )n Woodla..
Misses Edith Warren and Olga ford, are guests at the home pf Mr. are progressing See. 13. Tp. 6. S. R. 2 l E.. 60>acres. The taliland
visitors to visiting relatives in Philadelphia, Pa. and Mrs. Geo. L| Futch for a few' ( daysR. bly with good attendance. He is a Sunday.Mr. being assessed af the dat<..f the tetuaaet
Ward, of Brooker, were The regular meeting of the Woodmen K. Davis & Co., the up-to-date powerful speaker and to use one of his John Baxter visited relatives at of such certificate in tAe namt'cf Unknow
Worthington last Friday.Mr. Unless said errtififiite aha ) be redeoarf
who has been Circle Tuesday afternoon was Lawtey millers informs 'Us that they own expressions, "Gets down to brass Alachua last week. according to law tat'decd: wfl issue theitoa
.. : Mack Yarborough, well attended and the beautiful cere- have overhauled their rice mill tacks." Mr. Scott Andreu and Miss Susie on the 3rd day of SeLtjembvr. 1. D. 1>>>17. *
for several months, returned to corn Witness official'aignatu and seal I thil
away mony of initiation was exemplified in Quite little excitement was caused Cone were quietly married at the homeof my
his home last Monday.Mr. crusher and grist mill for the large a the 25th day of JulyiA. D. lllT.i .
T. E. Cellon and Mr. full form. crop of corn and rice which will soon Tuesday morning when a fire alarm Rev. George Larramore last Sunday W.,,. WEEKS,
Mrs.
and Mrs.and S. D. Cellon and family were The annual meeting of the Advisory be ready to harvest. Mr. Davis also was sounded for a fire in the negro morning. After the ceremony, Mr. (Seal) -,' By R.ij\?|; WEEKS '.
Board of Florida Hope Hall, a home informs us that he has already ground restaurant near the G. S. & F. depot. and Mrs. Andreu went to church. The 7-27-St. :
visitors Miss Georgia to Worthington Yarborough Saturday.celebrated for discharged prisoners, was held at several bushels of new corn, and that The fire extinguishers were rushed to -i:.
with the Christian church Monday evening.Rev. his motto is "quick service and honest the scene and in a few minutes the fire ; .
her fourteenth birthday a par-
L. A. Odum, superintendent of tc:II." was out. No damage done.
I ty. A large crowd served attended and and refreshments the state work, acted as chairman, The cotton crop in this locality is Miss Gladys McGill, of Jacksonville,

f were All many nice and Mrs. Odum as secretary. After a fine at this writing and if the boll visited with parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. BAKERYLAKE
were played. report a
t games brief address by Mr. Odum, outliningthe weevil will give us the go-by, the mer- McGill, this week. LAKE BUTLER

time.Mrs.. B. M. Leverett and niece, Miss work of the organization, an exec- mers will make money this fall, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Loadholtz and m 9
Anna Biggers, will leave today for utive committee was elected consisting if'the farmers make money the mer- family, and Mr. Willie Williams spent
Greenville Ga. where will visit of A. A. Durden, A. J. Nimmo, J. chant will do likewise, and it takes Sunday at the beach, driving over in
they Allen, Dr. W. E. Middleton, and A. A. several different kind of laborers to Mr. Loadholtz's new Overland.Mrs. .
relatives for several weeks. Miss An-
I has been spending the summer Futch to whom the work of auditing handle all this. Much money"will be W. B. Crawford, of the Provi- BUTLER FLORiDA
with na her. the accounts and advising in the workis in circulation and the whole commun- dence district, was in the city Tues- J

Little Ruth Roberts celebrated her I. entrusted.The ity will profit thereby. day, attending to business. .
following are elected and em- Mr. Wm. Overstreet has been confined
Rev. Thos. S. Stark preached at -
.1 tenth ber of birthday her little by friends.entertaining Many a games num- powered to serve as officers of the Grace M. E. church last Sunday, both to his bed for the past several days. Bread, Cakes and Pies. Prompt delivery
state advisory board for the ensuing His friends wish him
were played. Delicious salad and ice morning and evening.Rev. many a speedy f
year: R. E. Weidfer state recovery.Col. :
superin-
course was served. Many useful gifts t
President, Mrs. Maud Ballington tendent of the Sunday School Associa- Truman G. Futch, of Leesburg, PPtfopietor
were presented to her and all report a 'PHONE 78 IL. i
nice time. Booth. tion, will preach at Grace M. E. church was in the city Tuesday, shaking ,
Chairman and Ex-officio President, with friends. j
next Sunday morning and the hands
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Russell and lit- in even-
tle granddaughter, Louise, were visitors i- I A. A. Durden. ing he will give one of his best Sun, Judging from his appearance Lees- C. SMITH, $;
to Bland Sunday. Vice President, Hon. W. A. McRae. day _srrinnlvited:;_n_ addresses a'J 1<'"",..,hod.J. .1".._- burl must be a fine nlace.
Vice President; A. J. Nimmo. Miss i has been visiting --
tr Messrs. Inman Harrison, Dennis to go. Lima Flynn, who (
Medical Adviser, Dr. W. E. Middle- the week with Miss Mar-
Rev. A. T. Galloway of the past --
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Myrtle Deckert, Elsie Harrison, Anna ton.State Lawtey M. E. church, south, preachedat guerite Duncan, left for her home in = -"_ .
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Biggs and Louise Leverett were visitors Superintendent and Secretary, Baldwin last Sunday morning, and Trenton Tuesday.Rev. (r I j
Adjutant L. A. Odum. in the he Jack- S. S. Proctor will to Genoa
evening
preached in go
I to Kingsley lake Thursday.Mrs. Treasurer, Hampton State Bank, A. conduct revival BE PATRIOTIC iftake
E. Cochran was a business visitor sonville. next Saturday to a and II 4
to Lake Butler Monday.Mr. A. Futch, cashier.All Dave Reddish returned home from meeting.
e officers are serving without com- North Georgia After Rev. S. S. Proctor is just back from
Wednesday.
N. J. Parrish has leased Hotel
Worthington. Mr. Parrish is a thor- pensation except the superintendentwhose spending a few days here he will go to his work in Callahan and reports that MONEY at one and tile
ough hotel man and an extentive pat- whole time is devoted to the South Florida where he has accepteda things are in good shape. ; ij ijI
ronage is anticipated. work, and the medical adviser, who is position. Mr. D. F. Howell, of the Consoli-

Mrs. I. T. Lamb, who has been on compensated for professional services Rev. J. H. Martin, district superin- dated Grocery Co., of Jacksonville, same time. <
only. The report of the secretary and tendent will was in town this week on business. I I
the sick list, is much better at this preach at Grace church j jI
treasurer showed the finances of the next Wednesday evening, Aug. 1. Mr. Jay Alderman is visiting his --=-..}...._ _. i
time.Mr.. I. F. Lamb has fifteen acres of organization were being economicallyand Mrs. J. H. Barr returned to her parents here this week, Mr. and Mrs.G. I J

sweet potatoes planted and they are judicially expended.Col. home in Cincinnati, Ohio, last week, W. Alderman.Mr. I The war critics all tell us that the ; who 1
James H. Bunch of Jackson- y
fine. after spending several weeks at the L. A. Duncan and family visited whic1side
looking ville, will address the people of Hampton home of Major and Mrs. A. M. Van Worthington Saturday.Mr. I willjwin: this war is largely a matter of seeps

t in the Methodist church next Sun- Dyke, in East Lawtey. Oscar Kelly, of Tampa, with up a full supply of food the longest. | 'fi '
GRAHAM. day at 10 o'clock, and at 11 o'clock and Mr." and Mrs. Starling Peeples, of I his two children are the guests of Mr. Every farmer be and make atone I j
can a patriot
t in the afternoon at 4 o'clock and at Fort Meade, are visiting relatives and and Mrs. F. P. Odum, parents of Mrs. mcy.ey:
)lr. T. M. King, of Jacksonville, night at 7:45.. His theme will be Sun- friends in and near Lawtey for a few Kelly. We are glad to meet Oscar, as and the same time by taking care of hu3wine Ii

general superintendent of the Southern day school work in its many different days. he is an old Lake Butler boy who we herd. Don't let them starve for lack of pal h1ra gr?, and i
Express Company, attended to phases, and the importance of this hold in high esteem.
I don't let them die from cholera through falure & vac-
great work. Sunday school workers t
business in our town Monday. Quite a large number of the mem-
Misses Minnie and Ida Dowling, accomplished and scholars of all denominations are RAIFORD. bers of the Mormon church of Brad- cinate in time. The cholera is very prevalent in ;; ;

daughters of Mr. and Mrs.R. most cordially invited to hear this no- ford county gave a picnic at Pine Bradford county now and a delay may man tm loss
N. Dowling:, of this place, visited ble young lawyer speak on this great Hon. A. D. Andrews is attending a Grove last Tuesday, July 24th. It j
homefolks during the week-end. These cause. No collection will be taken for convention of cotton men this week. was in commemoration of the arrivalof of your hogs. V I it

:, young ladies are attending Massey's the speaker. No admittance fee charged. Mr. Andrews is president of the cot- the Mormon pioneers in Salt Lake If you are not convinced that vaccination with.serum
Business College, Jacksonville.Mrs. Just the usual offerings as we ton Ginners Association of Florida and Valley July 24, 1847, under the leader- III
Roy Roberts, of the Vanderbilt always have on Sunday. Everybody an important factor in the cotton industry ship of Brigham Young. He saw the and virus is a sure preventive inquire oft soul, one I!

section, was visiting relatives here invited. T. L. Z. BARR, Pastor. of the state. place in a vision. There stands hop in who has had his hogs treated with Inter-Stf Vaccine 1 I

during the weekend.Mr. Hon. S. T. Dowling and Mr. W. M. that valley the great Salt Lake tem- Company's serum and virus. More than ,250c hogs I'I' !
C. B. Roberts, merchant of this LAWTEY.Mr. Whitten left Wednesday morning for ple. There were about four hundred been
place, with Dr. W. H. Thomas, were Green Cove Springs and Jacksonville.Mr. people who attended, not only Mor- have treated in the past four months ana not acomplaint l7J. ?,j

business visitors to Gainesville Monday Dowling will purchase three hun- mons but quite a number of other denominations has come from any of the one or 1

afternoon.Mr. James Starling was transacting dred hogs and bring them back to attended. Notwithstanding more farmers who have used the hundred
P. M. Marefoot with family, business in Starke Monday.Mrs. Raiford to fatten on his immense crop this large gathering, after the din- I t .
Mr. Thos. Osteeri and family and Mr. Sallie Reddish and sister, Mrs. of corn. ner and refreshments were served, and virus. { I IIII

LeRoy Osteen and family and Mr. Hattie Black, left Sunday for North B. Z. Matthews, expert well driller, there was enough left to feed as many ; Ij
Clifford Andres, of Brooker, attended Georgia, where they will spend several who is spending most of his time at more. Every one present enjoyed
revival services here last week. The days as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lake Butler drilling deep wells, spent I themselves to the fullest extent, the INTER.STATE VACCINE COMJPANYKansas
f services were conducted by Rev. Wal- Colon Miller. Mrs. Miller is Mrs: last Thursday in Raiford helping to day passing very pleasantly. ,\
Gainesville. Reddish's daughter.Mr. get out the local Mr. Matthewsis Messrs. '
l ters, of paper. B. Feinberg, Sam Singerand
v Mr. E. J. Dowling, Miss Cleone Frank Green came over from not only an expert well driller but R. F. Rivers spent last Sunday at City, MO.f I l lSee
S Moore, Mr. J. I. Ogden and Miss Mae Jacksonville and spent Sunday at the is also a professional printer and is.. Pablo Beach.
McKinney motored over to Starke on home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dink- always ready to make himself handy I Mr. C. H. Harvin and children, of T. H-'Halligu at Bank of SUrke 4J I J

Sunday afternoon in the former's car. ins. whenever needed. Jacksonville, are spending a while !l
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