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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ci .' THURSDAY ARE SELECTION DAYS SEASON BRINGS25CENTSPOUND. DRIVE ON GERMAN %WEST r -



::1 DIERS IH I FRANCE

Local Board has Sent Out No + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +1 Offensive Started in Early PROHIBITION I
I + PUT THROUGH THE
and Carried Main
Morning
ticesto2l4MeflTOAPPear .(II COUNTY LIVESTOCK ASSO- + --

,' For Examination.' h CIATION. + HIGHEST PRICE EVER PAID Objective Points. Question Will Be Submitted QUICKLY ENTRAINED -

I.I.h + HERE FOR SEED COTTON States to Be Voted I FOR THEiR NEW CAMP
i. h Dr. Duckworth, who is making +
\\ OFFICIAL) DRAFT LIST h a preliminary survey of Brad- + -.:. RAINS HINDERING ADVANCEOF -

TUESDAY :h ford county in connection with + J. C. GAINEY GREW IT, GRIFFIN THE ENTENTE ALLIES WASHINGTON, August 1. ARRIVAL IN ponT AL- -
! WAS RECEIVED h the cattle tick eradication work + olution for submission to the

;..", h of the government, has found sot + & JOHNS BOUGHT IT, BANK a prohibition amendment to MOST UNNOTICED-MEN IN

| I t. PRINTED LIST RECEIVED FROM much interest among cattle owners + OF STARKE CASHED CHECK. BRITISH PENETRATED TO A eral constitution was adopted HIGH SPIRITS.
{ 'I that he has decided to ask + DEPTH OF TWO MILES IN GERMAN The
the Senate.
[; ; WASHINGTON.SHOWS NUMBER day by
t them Livestock + --
to organize a County -
.1 i OF CHANGES IN ORDER OF Ii fr Association. + The first cotton check of the season i TRENCHES-FRENCH IN to 20, eight more than the EUROPEAN PORT, July!52D.! -An-

1 i, k NUMBERS FIRST SENT OUT BY I f The organization meeting will +I was cashed at the Bank of Starke POSSESSION OF TWO AND A twothirds.As American contingent .has safely

t' WIRE-BRADFORD'S QUOTA 107 It t be held Monday, August 6th, at I: Tuesday morning July 31st at 9 HALF MILES OF TRENCHES. adopted the resolution and has disenthraled.When .
I* 2 o'clock p. m., at the court house I a provision that the states
o'clock. The check was for $2.50 and tenders went alongside the
t in Starke. All livestock owners G asked to ratify the
: was for ten pounds of the Sosnoski variety on last Friday morning the men
: The official list of the drawing held '+ are invited to be present. 4 LONDON, July 31.-British troops, in six years. The House still
+ 4 I of long staple cotton, in the seed. in conjunction with the French troopson in high spirits and then( fre
the resolution.
raise
.
July 20th to on
in Washington on + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 I I This is equivalent to at least 75 cents their left, attacked the German they shouted, "Are fie down-
3 the National Army was received by pound for lint cotton. ?" were .answered: with a
board for Bradford per I positions along a wide front north of REPORT OF U-BOAT j
the selection coun- SEDUCER BOUND OVER. This was the first cotton to be mar- the River Lys at 3:50 o'clock this TRANSPORTS MADE roar of "No!" given with great

t a ty Tuesday, and notices are being keted in Starke this season. It was morning.The '
to the registrants who are
out
rjMHed Saturday a case was being tried be- grown by John C. Gainey, who lives a I Representatives of the general! staff
: for examination.The allied troops, according to a At Least Two Submarines
I first to appear fore Judge Gardiner wherein a girl, few miles east of Starke, and was watched the disembarkation. Therewas'
will be raised by,successive British official statement, have captured Attack and Fired
army not yet seventeen old, sought to :
years bought by Griffin & Johns, who have no civic demonstration. Only a
F. The first call is for 618,000 .their first objectives on the whole
calls. have meted her
punishment out to seducer -
here few
installed knew of
lately a ginning plant spectators tie landing. :
i' men. These will be trained and then who, it is alleged, under solemn front, and are reported to be making WASHINGTON l
August
( These
and who intend to buy cotton on a cheered and the troops cheered
another call will be made, and so on promises of marriage had succeededin satisfactory progress at all points.A .
of the attacks German
l scale the by back. The entrained andleft'
large during season now men fauickly _
until the full number desired have robbing her of what a woman holds considerable number of prisoners
I dearest As usual in such about to open. upon the first expedition of tor their new quarter "A signal
called into service. on .earth. already have been captured by the
l been cases, thecourt,; room was crowded This was undoubtedly the highest French and British. troops sent to France company remained'at the iaft for several _
i
Bradford county's part of the firstI'
j t t. with an eager audience, and unsavory price ever paid for seed cotton in for the first time today hours and these wee the only
call has been increased by the addition details were brought out, ad nauseam. Starke. Inquiry was made among some The end of the first day of the great I port of Rear-Admiral representatives ofthe: cowingent the _

I of one man, making it 107. To The lawyers for the.opposite sides of the older citizens and none of them British and French offensive in Flan- manding the naval convoy, public saw. i

: M."U."e this number the selection board hotly contested every point. From could remember ever having known ders found all the Entente plans car- public by Secretary of the |_ ,. .. _
: !' will call in for examination the first what the testimony brought out Judge tied out. The French are holding two
cotton to sell as high as 25 cents per APPOINTMENTS OF FICERS
1 whose in the Gardiner considered that the defen- lines of German trenches iels.The :
: :14 men names appear captured first attack '
pound. Col. W.- T. who was
Weeks TO
wasa BE MADE FOR CAMPS
. official list published elsewhere in the dant should face the grand jury, and '' and' the British three, addition' to miral Gleaves' |)6
I flagship,
cotton buyer for many years follow- 'I' .
he was put under bond of $250 for
. a -
These being thai u
Telegraph today. men are ten villages and more thirtyfive
I at the fall term of the circuit ing the Civil War, said that he paid as more first group of the
'i I notmed to appear in Starke next : appearance hundred prisoners captured.So and at least two WASHINGTON; August 1.-Appointment -
!l I court. high as 20 cents per pound for the
P Tuesday; Wednesday and Thursday. staple soon after the war, but that he determined were the attacking dicated to be engaged. of the. general :officers to

,l '. 'The first 72 are to appear on Tuesday, CARD OF THANKS. had never known of any selling as forces that frequently they passed the stated the belief that the command the sixteen- Nati-Val Guard

;;. I I the next 71 on Wednesday and the re- high as 25 cents.E. objectives which had been assignedfor knowledge of the coming training camps is the onstep remaining -

i maining 71 on Thursday. The board their and took other terri ships and watch to get mere: than ijOO',000: of
We desire to thank the kind friends S. Matthews, president of the capture were on
; will hold its sessions at the county the force in training for diJty in for-
and neighbors who so kindly assistedus Bank of Starke, who had the pleasureof tory. The casualties of the allies are The second group of
, i court house. relatively slight, but the Germans suf- was attacked by two eign countries. It was indicated to-
in during the long ill- paying out the money for the first
Whether the official notice to every way day that the appointments! \would be
appear fered heavily in killed and wounded. of which apparently was
ness and death of our wife and mother cotton check, said that his! first and
is received not it is incumbent made during the week as well
or on as
: ', and for all the beautiful floral offer- last cotton crop was grown 36 years The majority of the positions taken bottom by a bomb
these to be present. The those of all other general Brers i: for
men government
1 ings. ago and that it sold for 36 cents per by the Allies have been in possessionof American destroyer.
the burden them to the guard. The nominations must be
. ,. |I' places on E. Hicks and Family. pound in the lint, which was considered the Teutons since the invasion of greement among officers
,' themselves informed to when I sent to the Senate..
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keep to whether ;
a fine price at that time. Discus- Belgium. group as ,\
(t ; they are to appear for examination,I tacked but much evidence The War Department nrtde public
\. he'I' HAINES CITY.-In honor of the sing the fancy prices that seem in The French attacks resulted in the I
I and in case a ma1i.Lails to appear indicate also today a detailed statement cf progress
new million and a half dollar highway prospect for our cotton growers this of Steenstraet and they were
! : will be certified for service in the capture a captureof being made with the preparation of
; army through Polk county, of which this season Mr. Matthews said that from territory two miles and a half on Secretary Daniels made
without further preliminaries. I city is the hub, a celebration was held with certain the sixteen camps.
the best information he can get of the the other side. The British report public,
In case the selection board fails to here Friday night, which was attended deepest formation deleted after Camps at Augusta, Ga., enring N.
size and condition of the it will ,
crop
.
is miles.In
two
secure the required number of men by residents of Orlando, Kissimmee bring into the county from $1,500,000to wedge an uncensored copy to the M., Montgomery, Ala., Sp'rtanburg,
from the 214 who are now being sum- Loughman, Davenport, Lake East Galicia the Russians continue I. al committee. S. C., and Waco Tex., wet to have
Wells, Waverly, Dundee, Lake Hamilton $2,000,000, if the present prices pre- to battle to the Teutonic
moned for examination they will conI I give been ready today, but it wit take an-
.. I & tinue down the list until the number Bartow, Winter Haven, Lake Al- vail throughout the season and thereis Allies and several positions have been DEATH TOLL FROM other two weeks to prerire them.
fred and Lakeland. The affair was <\o heavy back-set to the growing
< : I has been secured. {I. held on the main street of the town cotton. retaken by the Russians. The Rus- HEAT GROWING Troops assigned to these jumps will

; Registrants who are not included in and 80 automobiles were parked near Up to the present time it has beenan sians also attempted to make a stand h's not be sent forward until qiyutors\ are

: the present call have no reports to the space allotted for dancing purposes unusually favorable season for west of Bukowina but were compelledto Claims 115 Lives in New ready. Camps for the second: guard

: make! All they have to do is to await the rays from their lamps makingthe growing cotton. Most of the farmers evacuate their positions. Philadelphia; 32 in group will be ready Augus 15th and

/ the summons from the board. The Telegraph arena as light as day. The pro- the quarters for the third Ar western
planted early and have cultivated thor-
i ;? will keep them fully informed ceeds of the entertainment totalled ov- Ententes Hold Ground. group will be ready Septemler 1.
result
the is
and and .
oughly carefully, NEW YORK 2.
fund August
er $90 and went to the building
4 !1 as to any developments affecting them.A LONDON August 2.-A torrential The department is prepargig recom-
that Bradford county has the largestand ,
i of "Leisure Lodge, erected in the heat wave that holds the
good many errors were made in city park several months ago for the the best cotton crop it has had for rainfall and the resultant turning of its grip has claimed mendations for the Presider as to officers -

the first figures sent out by telegraph I Monday Study Club, as a rest place for years. If unfavorable weather does the batlefield-already hard of nego- tims, and caused hundreds to command the sixt&n I' camps.

4 from Washington. These errors occurred visitors and strangers.TELEGRAPH'S not interevene from now on it will bea tiatjon at many points-into a veritable tions in the past three
'
in the first 300 almost halted during DEDICATION OF DIPPL VAT.
mainly names I bumper crop and it will bring the quagmire, I temperatures ranging

published in the Telegraph of last I HONOR ROLL greatest amount of money into the Wednesday the great allied offensive Hartford, Conn,. to 94 at -

I week. The correction of these errors county that has ever come from any against the Germans in Flanders.For have been accompanied Dedication of the community cattle

places several men in the first 214 Names of Those Who Paid Subscrip- one crop. the most part the day was spent which made the suffering dipping vat on the Joe Pre att farm i

: who appeared from the telegraphic tion During July. There is nothing to indicate that the by the British and French troops in The Weather Bureau last Tuesday afternoon wai quite asocial i

figures to be further down the list. I prices should not stay at the present consolidating positions won in Tues- !! for 48 hours. event. Among the lies pres- I

m t The greatest change occurs in the ] -- high level. With the Egyptian cotton day's spectacular drive, or in putting Press dispatches from ent were Mrs. Joe Prevatt, Mrs. S. J. t
{ : A. E. Moitt, J. B. Dowling, E. ClearyD. down strong German counter-attacks, Prescott, Miss Gladys Pre ott, Mrs.Quigley. I
j ; ; case of Thomas Ulma Parrish and virtually cut off from this country by ies suffering from the
dit t Schell D. Carver, both of Lake But- W. Hazen, J. W. Nichols, Mrs. B.. the war there is not near enough of made in endeavors to wrest from their following deaths since Hiram Prescott, Mrs. J. T ,
B. Hopson, H. G. Mason, C. C. Cowart, their former positions. At Misses Rita and S.,sie Man-
"j ler. Through a clerical error in making the long staple to supply the demand.If antagonists of last week: Gladys
i ;! up the official list of names here': J. B. Rosier, E. R. Poppell, N. T. this condition continues the price is two points near Ypres, the Germans New York, 115; ; sell, Mrs. C. A. Rowand, irs. L A. I
C.
Mr. Ritch, J. W. Morgan, F. Hollings- than it is to using great masses of men, were successful Wynn, Mrs. Lester Kite, tliss Eva
: i Carver's name was written opposite -j worth, W. J. Forsyth, Fla. Cattle Tick more likely to go higher 'Chicago, 32; Pittsburg, ; I
in their counter-attacks againstthe Barnes and Miss Sparkman.*
i.r number 274 and Mr. Parrish's' decline. 14; Detroit and Newark I
:1: 'I : opposite number 275. This order Eradication Committee, A. Sullivan, British, but this advantage was each; Baltimore, 3; State Atotrney A. V. Long, County I
J. H. Williams Ed. Burnsed, W. E.
offset in the Zillebeke and Yser canal Commisisoner J. L. Underhilljand S. R. 1
should have been reversed, Mr. ParI.t BRADFORD BOYS IN FRANCE.Among !. some of the cities the
L. I II
rish's serial number as shown by his Lewis, B. D. Kelly, T. Wainright, sectors, where, respectively, the Brit- into the hundreds. Johns, of Hampton, were a iong the i

: I registration card, being 274, and Mr.Carver's Mrs. T. E. Underhill, J. M. Minton, ish and French troops advanced their party. Mr. Johns is putting in a dip-
S. Land News Co. B. I the soldiers who sailed with I
G. M. Bennett, this week in
lines. ping vat partnership
275. The error was found I. W. W. LEADER I
I\ I L when the numbers were checked by the Wilkerson, J. S. Brown, Mrs. T. R. !. the first expedition of United States Meanwhile the guns of the belligerents VIGILANTES IN with D. W. Moore. J

registration cards. Sweat, S. L. Prescott, J. E. Clemons, regulars was Neal Langford, a son of I are continuing to roar all along The owners of the vat \uiich was
... Mrs. G. C. Mills, W. T. Wasdin, P. S.. the late Sheriff John N. Langford, of
born-
i t The correction of this error places the: entire front in reciprocal BUTTE, Mont., Aug. dedicated are Joe Prevatt, st J. Pres-
It' Mr. Carver tenth from the top of the McMillan, Geo. E. Andreu, J. H. Pugh, this county. Young Langford spent lardments preparatory to the recommencing ties tonight were making cott, James Kite, Henry Hill 1, Aleck
August Stern, John Shriver, Mrs. A. most of his school days in Starke and
of the infantry battle when and Thos. Man ell.
c. 1 I list and runs Mr. Parrish down the I to apprehend the Dyal ;,
: F. Brockmeyer, Dr. E. T. Campbell, has many friends here who will feelan the rainfall Dr. R. E. Duckworth vetei inspector
< line to 486 from the top. To both oft the clouds lift and ceases. sible for the lynching of nary .
i them it means the difference between Mrs. D. D. Oliver, W. T. Dryden, J. interest in the news of his depar- The losses of the Teutons in the an Industrial Worker for the U. S. bureau If animal
,
S. Jackson Mrs. Deland Jones, J. L. ture for the European battlefield.
being in the first call and not being in fighting thus far have been extremely leader, here early today, industry, mixed the solutiofc! and supervised -
... p- it Starling, J. C. Poppell, J. W. Poppell, Starke Telegraph. iea\y, the ground at various points that no clue had come the dipping.. Mr. Hall dipped

4, i ., In the case of Mr. George Arch An- W. T. Saxon E. L. Ware, L. C. Smith, Mr. Neal Langford is a Lake Butler bo'iig covered with their dead-some tion.; Three hundred about 100 cattle and Mr.J-Prescott

derson, one of Starke's popular :. R. D. Strickland, Rev. N. T. King, J. boy and has always lived in this section of the killed mere school boys and men were sent here about 65. There were about*?00 more .
young
business men who enlisted in the aviation -I G. Boyd, C. A. Boyd, B. W. Hodges.B. with the exception of the time arduous trials the soldier in the pres- order and more are held in a pasture nearby, wned by I';1

: corps Tuesday, the checking of W. Hodges. his father was sheriff. Another Lake aruous trials the soldier in the pres- It is said that other I Mr. Prevatt, Mr. Mansell and Mr. '

': the official list places him in the first'1I 1- Butler boy serving with Pershing'sarmy ent war must undergo. In addition, the I. W. W. are marked to Dyal, which were not: dipp 1 on account !

214. The figures heretofore published I changes the positions of Mason Elix- in France is Vasco Dowling.Bot British alone have taken more than route, and it was of the rain dorm whiil marred ;1 1

I No. !! are excellent young men and 4,000 of them on the the afternoon's work, but anther dip-'
placed him well down the line from son and Richard Benjamin Moore. 5,000 prisoners- would be the first victim.officers
the first call 343 should read Richard Benjamin Lake Butler is proud of them.-Lake Ypres 'salient.Although ping will be held shortly aiil' all the ; .

\ Moore, and No. 344 should read Mason But'er Times.AGREEMENT. the Austro-Germans. continue it was directed cattle in that territory wi.4 have a V
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t Another Important Error. I Elixson. This change places Mr. to press the Russians in Galicia most vulnerable point chance to get rid of the cattc ticks. !

: Late Thursday afternoon, after the I I Moore in the list first to be called for REACHED ON THE and Bukowina, having taken an ad- German front. Recognizing the iniportan of get- I

pages of the Telegraph containing the selection and moves Mr. Elixson down ADMINISTRATION FOOD BILL ditional position from them along the A complete success for in ting tick eradication work sorted under I

list of registrants for military service i into the fifth hundred. Horodenka-Czernowitz railway and this offensive will be an county support, come. of Abe lead- :;

t I had been printed, it was found that I Deputy Clerk R. A. Weeks with a Senate Eliminates the Control Board north of the Dniester river, the Rus- swer to the U-boat ing cattlemen have called ameting'
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; the name of Mason Elixson, of Lake force of assistants is making a final Composed of Three Members. sians southeast of Tarnopol in the Some observes here to of every one interested in lue move-

Butler, appeared twice in the list. I I checking of the official list with the vicinity of Trembowla have taken the believe that unless the ment, to be held at the cot house : I

: Where his name appears in the first registration cards and serial numbers.He WASHINGTON, August 1-The ad- offensive in an endeavor to preventthe ported by naval next Monday afternoon, to pelsent the

.100 opposite No. 343 the name of I discovered the error above men- ministration food control bill, strippedof northern end of their line in Ga- landing of troops matter to the county comnftssioners

; i Richard Benjamin Moore, of Lulu, I. tioned late Thursday afternoon.If I licia being pushed back farther. Gerrran front, a -, and urge an appropriation this
- t should Mr. Elixson's serial.number the features opposed by President The work. 'I
appear. other errors are discovered by not be expected. a ..
L P is 344 and he was drawn in this final checking they will be notedin Wilson, was reported out of confer- Washington, August 2.-The allied new offensive is It is probable that a comity: live

y the fifthhunded. the Telegraph next week. ence today, just one month after the assault on the German flank'has madea gestion that if the stock association will be < ganized

t In the Telegraph's list of the reg- date the President had hoped to see profound impression here, because tended to the Dutch while the live'J stock owners.are together -

I istrants published today there appears Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell it enacted into law. I in the judgment of many American erlands might join the next Monday.

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1917. ,
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1070 John Daniel Crawford, Dukes. 807-John Beville Prevatt, Starke. 352-Fred Sheeley, Lake Butler. 1018-James E. Crews, Raiford. -

POSITION OF REGISTRANTS IN 738-Joe Griffis, Starke. 867-Jim Varnes, Hampton. 418-Allison Bielling, Lake Butler. 799-Andrew Jackson Brown, Starke .

1167-Barney Foster, New River. 930-Ernest Ginn, Raiford. 920-Lacy Griffis, Raiford. 671-Mack McCoy, Starke. ji

_ 1097-Joe Furman Hedgman, Dukes. 185-DeWitt T. McGill, Lake Butler. 456-Shelley Irvin Fowler, Brooker. 561-David Gunter, Starke. f

COUNTY AS SHOWN 1191-Lacy Prevatt, Brooker. 265-Uriah Stevens, Lake Butler. 806 Alfred Varnes, Starke. .. 195-Henry Hal!, Lake Butler.
ir BRADFORD 1234-Rod. Wilkerson, Brooklyn. 285-Louis Ferguson, Lake Butler. 1176-Pliney B. Crews, Lake Butler. 1061-Mitchell McClellan Raiford..

848-B. J. Starling, Starke. 1119-Chester Arthur McLeod, Worth- 416-Clifford Clifton Taylor, Lake 145-Henry Laws, Lake Butler

1118-Redding A. Dukes, Worthington. ington. Butler. 98-Wm. E. Torode, Lawtey. ,

1 j}: BY OFFICIAL LIST OF DRAWING 1051-Paul Jones, Raiford. 617-Isaac Blake Carlton, Starke. 1653-James F. Mann, Rtiford.: ;

121-Cecil Iveson Cason, Lake ButI 560-Franklin Calhoun Hollings- 526-Reuben Carrie Dyal, Brooker. 1184-Aaron Cason Crewr, Graham. '

I ler. worth, Starke. 609-Grover Cleveland Sweat, 801-Marshall Jackson, Starke.

{ I 21-James H. Strawder, Lake But- 303-George Spottman Elixson, Lake Starke. 286Ed. Simmons, Lake Butler.

Numerous Changes Are Made From First Figures Sent Out ler. Butler. 613-Sidney Jackson, Starke. 990-:Ranee J. Petty, R ford.

Persons Are Shown to Be in First 292-Ocie Olen Pearce, Lake Butler. : 563-Willie August Brown, Starke. 316-Louis Alford, Lake Butler. 44-Leonard D. Taylor, Lawtey.
} :. By Telegraph-Several 822-Arthur D. Clark, Starke. 211-Guss Parrish, Lake Butler. : 274-Thos. Ulma ParrishLake Butler 226-Abraham Wilson Lake Butler.

r] Call That Were Further Down the Line According to Telegraphic 504-Lonnie Morgan, Brooker. 1163-Rob. Andrews, New River. 948-John Thompson, Raiford. 7-Jefferson Prevatt, Lawtey. j

1064-John Johnson, Raiford. 146Arthur James Mills, Lake But- 968-Otis Thornton, Raiford. 840-Nick McFashion, Starke.
at First. .
'j :., Figures Sent Out 1205-Arley Rence Reynolds, Gra- ler.843John. 546-Tate Kite, Starke. 398-Jacob Guilford Nettles, Lake

ham.1l91Lesley. Simon, Starke. 1154-Stafford L. Crews, Lake Butler. Butler.
i' Parrish Dukes. 1050 Elter Rosier Lulu. 766 Charles Dell Starke.
Lloyd 216-William Tucker Andrews, Lake
The official list of the drawing for 882-Jesse Parrish, Hampton. 470-Alfred Thomas, Brooker. 1008-Wash. I. Roberts, Raiford. 734-Walter Silcox, Starke. Butler.

. 'r the National Army held in received Washington in- 677-Charles McSimuel Underhill, 312-Virgil Powell, Lulu. 229-James Price, Lake Butler. 1072-Charley A. Crawford, Dukes. 847-John Morgan Darby, Starke.

: on July 20th was has Starke. !90-Julius S. Eunice, Lawtey. 410-John Bell, Lake Butler. oil-Calvin Jerod Crews, Brooker. 302-John Henry Harris:, Lulu.
The Telegraph
> '. Starke Tuesday. 749-Edgar Davis, Starke. 191-Calvin Crawford, Lake Butler. 299-James Daniel Furman Bell, Lu- 205-Willie Cloud Wilson, Lake But- 26-Thomas H. Morton, Starke.
t' checked the list very carefully and 1211-Joe Roberts, Graham. Ellard Stokes lu.
477-Horace Brooker. ler. 1123-Jim Sabet, Worthington. ;
I. publishes it herewith for the informa- 525-Lewis Lefric Johns, Brooker. 1075-William Elbert Thornton, Lake 913-Andrew Kite, Raiford. 662-Scip. Hayes, Stark
others in- _
and
tion of the registrants L. Peek Starke.
760-Sinclair 1187-Bennie Williams, Graham. Butler. 342-Thomas Edward Moore, Lulu. 475-George Clifford Robinson
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terested: 183-Leonard Hunter, Dukes. 1179-Percy W. Kelly, Lake Butler. 1189-David Roan Burke, Graham. 860-Perry Elkin Johns, Hampton. Brooker.

I,y' .' I. 1 TO 100. .: 56-Jesse Starling, Lawtey. 753-Dozier Young Forsyth, Saxton. 750-Alonzo Goodge, Sampson City. 934-James C. Yarborough, Raiford. 641-Augustus Kirby Smith, Sampson

r 258-Irvin Archeman Waters, Lake 792-James English, Starke. .130-John Leon Chancey, Lake But- 58-Vann Moore, Lawtey. 460-William Anderson, Brooker. City.110.4Drew .

Butler. 5-Arthur C. Pearce, Lawtey. ler. 150-William Thomas Hersey, Lake 501 TO 600. Hilliard Dukes, Worth- '
I 350-Charles Bagley, Lake Butler. 858 Elkin Johns Butler.
458-John Hodge, Brooker. -Levy Hampton. ington.239William.
54 James 0. McCormick Starke. 427-Joe Holmes, Lake Butler.
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168 Wm. Thomas Morris Lake But- 19-Noah Howard Lawtey.
-Wm. Holley, Starke. ; Alston Ccne, Guilford
870-John Wesley Marshall, Hampton. 666-Arthur Boman Williams,
' 1095-Ed. McDuffy, Dukes. ler. 400-Abram Willie Johnson, Lulu. 852-William Stokes, Starke.

783-Wm. Arthur Moitt, Starke. 1023-Andrew J. Hilliard, Starke. 4-M. L. Bradley, Lawtey. Starke. 942-Henry Thornton, Iaiford.:
1117-Lincy Milton Courson, Worth- 549-Leon Everett Miner, Starke. 424-Bennie Lee Gay, Lulu. 115-Gilbert Steward, Lawtey. 241-Thomas Croft Hall, Lake But- 11-15-Wiley Remington, Worthinfton.

I ington. 1132-Wm. Henry Douglass, Worth- 840-Stephen Diggs, Starke. 832-John Callaway, Starke. ler. 975-Wilson Bryan, Sapp.

., 837-Raleigh Shepherd, Starke. ington. 1188-James Brown, Graham. 1180-Sy. Cleveland, New River. 40-Union Robinson, Starke. 82-Cephens Stanley, Lawtey.
I 440-Wm. 0. Forsyth, Lake Butler. Strickland 206 Ranee Parrish, Guilford. 572-Daniel Monroe Moore, Starke.
I 337-Lonnie Monroe Pearce, Guil- 657-Solomon Heyden 478-Henry Bert Stokes, Brooker.
741-Elam Lewis, Starke. 100-Alex. A. Ott, Lawtey.
ford. Starke. 228-Sandy Vany Wilson, Lake But- 479-Thomas William Sheiley
676 Nathan Carter, Starke. 1054-Ben Lewis, Raiford. 175-Samuel Thomas, Lake Butler. ]ler. 1076-John Bunyon McXiel, Dukes. Brooker. ,

; :I 275--Schell D. Carver, Lake But- 711-Ernest Eugene Lee, Starke. 300-Alex. Preston Harnage, Lulu. 136JesseIelton Kerce, Lake But- 1138-Angus Bielling, Worthington. 55-Joseph Josiah Starling, Law
, ler. 1022-James M. Conner, Raiford. 278-Luther Jackson, Lake Butler. ler.872John. 157-Alvin Bailey, Lake Butler. tey.
;i 841-Will James, Starke.638John 230-Reuben Glover, Lake Butler.
I 1240-Robert Barton L. Marr Highland.
Brooklyn. ,
509-Albert Eugene Surrency, 592-Willie Juniper Hall, Sampson
Andrew Jackson McKinney 1168 Lawson Foster New River.
Brooker. 524-Sim Cooper, Brooker. 430-Luther Bailey, Lake Butler. City.461Henry.
: Starke. 911-James McNeil 328 Louis Edgar Nettles Lulu. 214-Henry Davis Johnson, Lake
1185-Henry Brown, Graham. Sapp. Battle, Brooker.
i 564-Oren Wilson, Starke. 1032-Herbert I. Whitten, Raiford. 1172-Walter Redmond, New River. 965-Joseph Thornton, Raiford. Butler. 480-Mally Lynn, Brocl.er.
623-L. G. Mott, Starke. 629-Leton Morgan, Starke.
532-Calvin Brooker. 96-George Austin,
; 945-Mack A. Howard, Raiford. Brinkley Hayes, Lawtey. 1209-Edward James Prevatt, Gra
269-Henry Bailey, Lake Butler. 647-Thomas Allen Underhill,
. : 596-Wm. Martin Oliver, Starke. 896 -Charley Whitten, Hampton. ham.
.,. 536-Isham Butler, Brooker. 685-Arthur Caraway, Starke. 1139-Sebron Marion Dukes, Dukes. 1098-Acy Johnson, Dukes. Starke. 1127-Samuel Barr, Dukes.
I, 1141-Othoe Asbury Mizell, Worth- 1214 White Graham. 624-Robert Mills Starke. 864-Sanford A. Johnson, Hampton.
548-Wilford Hardy Philips, Starke. -Harry 674-General Lee Kerwy, Stark
126-Cleveland William Williamson, ington. 336-James Leslie Crews, Guilford. 570-Thomas Abney King, Starke. 29-Grady Potts, Lawtey. 372-Fred Nettles, Lake Butler.

Lake Butler. 1016-Lacy Varnes, Raiford. 212-Benjamin Rhodes Newsom, 544-Perry Madison Johns, Starke. 918-Ellery Sapp, Starke. 42-John Joseph Fox, Chicago, lit

i 1237-Ollie Speed, Brooklyn. 335-Jacob Guilford Weeks, Guilford. Lake Butler. 1021-Wm. A. Browning, Raiford. 533-Addie Jackson, Brooker. 431-Jake Washington, Lake Butler.
493-Allen Thaddeus Carter, Brooker. 1159-Hezekiah McCloe, New River.
I 784-Chas. F. Moore, Starke. 49-Earl Leslie Biggs, Lawtey. 747-Charley Lea, Starke. 106-Joe Downing Peele, Raiford.
\r !! 755-Berry Dyal, Sampson City. '' 8-Andrew J. Lowery, Lawtey. 929-Everett E. Norman, Raiford. 114-Claud Stacey Addison, Lawtey. 639-Adam Green, Starke.
923-Louis Johns Raiford. 'I' 151-Milliard Shelton Hall Lake
1160-Ed. New River. 1194 William Howard Thomas Gra- ,
; 107-Isaiah Berry, Lawtey. Berry, 425-Robert Jenkins, Lake Butler.
341 Norman Lulu. Butler.
Douglass,
616-Owen James Anders, Starke. I 1192-James Wesley Faller, Graham. ham. 1230-David James Phillips, ThereEsa.
l 1007-Walter Whitten, Raiford. Tomlinson Lulu. 138 Roman Addison Lake Butler. 61-Willie McRight, Lawtey.
rt 373-John Wesley Bielling, Lake 305-Frank Butler 1092-Turner Fashaw, Dukes.
391-Forrest Assotus Shaller, Lake> 603-Thomas J. Alderman, Starke.
Smith Wasden Graham.
I' Butler. 1143-Grover Lee Jenkins, Worthing- 1199-Riley 21-James Herbert Wainwright,
Butler. 618 Fred Jackson Starke.
91-Edward Jackson Eunice Law- ,
775-Fred Oliver Thomas, Starke. ton.557Valcloslon. Starke.
353Wm. Tallie Lewis, Lake Butler. !986-Lonnie Williams, Raiford.
I Avanes te '.
:? 486-Sebron B. Crosby, Brooker. Feras ) 423-Robert Fulton Harden, Lulu.
970-Adam Finley, Raiford. 209-Francis Alexander Mann Lake
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838 Herschel K. Starke.
Starke. Crosby,
692-Wm. Mack Norman, Starke. 1144-Phil. Ferguson, Worthington.
i 600-Oliver Underhill, Starke. 637-Frank Starling, Starke. 622-Wm. Sapp, Starke. 635-Frederick Field Stump, Starke. Butler. 1216--LSnzy Adams, Graham.
IF 360-Pearce Erastus Crumpton, Lake 1110-Norman Shealey, Worthington.
810-James Hayes, Starke. bS o Clarence; Hale Newsom, Starke. 861-Talmadge Ford, Hampton. 462-William Silas Johns, Brooker.
C Butler. 1077 James Allen Dukes. 633-Manning William Moore, 777-Charley Jackson Powell, Starke
507-Ellis Hampton Clemons, Brooker. Langford, 238-Anton Shelton Feagle, Lake
1217-Sam Wilson Graham. 33-Paul
781-Willie Roberts, Starke. Starke. LeRoy Jenkins, Lawtey.; Butler. ,

r 309-Burton L. Beasley, Lulu. 571-James Lindsey, Starke. 1035-Ed. Reynolds, Raiford. 712-Isaiah Harris, Starke. 32-Ury Reddish, Starke. 1080-Wiley Lloyd Clark Dukes.
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488 Hampton Padgett, Brooker. !954 William H. Green Raiford.
437-Claud Estes Noah Taylor, Lu- 958-Simon E. Driskell, Raiford. 17-James Thomas Moore, Lawtey. i 1226-James Lonnie Hightower, llie-
704-Harry Lawson Tillis, Starke. 1071-John Graham Boyd, Worthington. -
323-Jim McCullough, Lulu.
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lu.
\ 401 TO 500. ressa.
72-Samuel Jackson .
Lawtey.
.: 604-Zack J. Roberts, Starke. 857-Wm. Jacob Jones, Adel, Ga. 176-Percy Osteen, Lake Butler.
356 John Josiah Ward Lulu. 802-Joseph W. Edwards Starke. 63-Julius
Hogan, Lawtey.
963-J. Clifford James Raiford.
43-Wesley Wilkerson, Highland. 415-Relius Williams, .Lulu.
112-Arthur L. Bradley, Lawtey. 1255-Freeman Robinson, Brooker. 994-Ury M. Gunter, Raiford.
If66-John Gould Pratt, Worthington. 438-Jesse Weeks, Lake Butler. 409-William Theodcre Brannen,
1067-Albert Golden 691-Ed. Gibbs Starke.
Worthington. 758-Eugene Jones, Starke.
i'24-J. Marion Reddish, Starke. 878-Owen William Marr, Hampton. Lake Butler.
128 Lee Willis Lake Butler. 378 James McClennon Lake Butler
-Truby 362-Othello Harden, Lulu.
420-Frank Johns Summers, Lulu. 1059-James Thornton, Raiford. 453-Wallace Thigpen,,Brooker
679-Guy Chester Cady, Starke. 1170-Dave Reed, New River.
1014 Carl L. Hilliard, Raiford. 441-Sampson Maberry, Lake Butler 973-Robert B. Griffis': Raiford.
805-Luther H. Cribbs, Starke. j 1083-Mitchell Sylvester Anderson, 816-Leonard Watts, Starke.
1178-Malachi Zimmerman, New Riv- il-Wm. 880 John William Ross, Hampton. Dukes. 890-Dave W. Swindel, Hampton.
Starling Lawtey.
371-Eugene Douglass, Dukes.
357-Call Carlisle Lulu.
Wiggins 294 Seth W. Roberts Guilford.
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r er. 900-Vivian McHatton Ivey, Hampton. 237-Jacob Dryden Cone, Lake But- 529-Wiley Michael Andrews,
23-Newnan Cone Mott, Starke.
5.4-Stephen Lewis, Brooker. ler. Brooker. 408-Brady Brooks, Lake Butler.
t 433-Sellers Washington, Lake But- 1173-William A. Berry, New River. 1231-Barden Baylor, Brooklyn.
363-DeWitt Brooks, Lake Butler. 422CalhounIalphurs, Lulu. 64-Elias E. Yarborough, Lawtey.
331-William Chesley Peter Kerce 804 Elizah Smith Starke.
ler. ,
1142-Wm. Davis, Worthington. 619-Martin Dyal, Starke. 382-Onice Caldwell Bielling, Lulu.
10-Jack Davis, Lawtey. 6-Wm. Roscoe Strickland, Law- Lulu.1108Ralph. 1058-Wash. Davis, Raiford. 224-David Holmes, Lake Butler. 230-Sumpter Lawrence, Lake But
Williams Raiford. Bray, Louisville, Ky. ler. .
1045-George tey. 344-Mason Elixson, Lake Butler. 818-Floyd Green, Starke. .
Raiford. 492-Thomas Christopher Lloyd 271-Ernest Crum Williams Lake I
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1031-Rufus Green, ,
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327-Marion Lesley Johnson Lulu. 824-Sam Finley, Starke. 762-Dozier Emiel Lundy, Starke.
Brooker. Brooker. I I Butler. :
Lee
487-Geo. Hodges, 664-George Herbert Scott, Starke. 442-Anderson Young, Dukes. 931-Bryant Griffis, Raiford.
Bush Starke. 1201-Samson Brown, Graham. 375-Franklin Alvin Castles Lake
Willie Elbert ,
797- 93Wm. Howell Edwards, Lawtey. 1213-Joe Medock, Graham. 1013-W. H. Andrews, Jr., Raiford. ; ,
Everett James Lake 565-Fred. Guy Jones, Starke. Butler. .
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140-Agnew 957-David E. Bradley, Raiford. 202-Robert Mobley, Lake Butler. 1042-John Ervin, Raiford.
800-Isaac Keller Starke. 63; Godson Wilkinson
Butler. I 1112-Charles LeRoy Osteen, Worth- 164-Lex. Roberts, Lake Butler. 449-Wm. Francis Cone, Brooker. Lawtey.
Louis Mitchell Brooklyn. 1049-Truby Green, Raiford. 282-George William -Coffin Johns-
1236 ,
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ington. 268-Willie Ray Williams, Lake But- 1241-Titus Speed, Brooklyn.
715-Willie Graham Starke.
Henry
Lake Butler. town.
.; 432-Boisey Perry, 345-Oscar Alonzo Elixson, Lake ler. 41-Edward Rowe, Lawtey.
18-Lewis Anderson Davis, Lawtey. 961-Adam Tison, Raiford. 1158-Jesse Sewell, Bnloker. ,
Butler. 272-Lester Roberts, Lake Butler. 48
-George Washingtan Mosley,
Starke. 539-Emmett K. Perryman, Starke. 988 James B. Cone j
052 Eddie Arthur Green, Raiford.
1198
103-Robert H. Franklin, Lawtey. -Wesley Alex. Dyal, Graham. Lawtey.
927-Joel C. Alvarez, Starke. 349-Elijah Hinson, Guilford. 1248 Horace 1069-Walter McCarty. Matthews,
1221-Johnny Edwards, Graham. Drew May, Theressa. 38-John H. Starling, Lawtey.
Lewis 562-Joe Webster Jones, Starke.
739-Thomas Jefferson Worthington.
1102-George DuPree, Dukes. Seymore McClover, New River. 742-Eugene Griffis, Starke.
501-Robert Coleman Groover 751-Thomas E. John-.on
Starke. Starke.
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556-Perry Kite, Jr., Starke. 964-Andrew Green, Raiford. 640-Dan Thomas, Starke.
,. G01 Joel Starke. Brooker. 10 Robert McClain, Raiford.
Stephens -
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154-George Thomas, Lake Butler. 866-Leslie David Brown, Hampton. 127-Henry Melton Dees, Lake But-
, --. Sullivan Worth- 102 Jerry E. Bohannon (-15 Britt
Lawtey.
1146-Jesse Holmes 51-Carl A. Prevatt, Lawtey. 593-Robert C. Cone, Starke. ler.1086Willie. Alvarez. S.arke. f
875-Kinzy Deal, Hampton. 1029-John Griffis Raiird.
s ington.1103Purvis. 717-John Newman Byrd, Starke. 407-Joseph Martin, Lake Butler. Lee Parrish, Dukes. ,
Jones, Dukes. 1057 Wm. C. Williams, Sapp. 714-Langston Singleton, Starke. 2J2-Henry Harris, Lake Butler. 668-Obediah Ghent Goodwine, 455-Alexander Harvey' Warren,

! 606) -Frank Dean, Starke. 1256-Frank Pearce Jones, Sampson 301 TO 400. 886-Jeff. Davis Weathersbee, Hampton. Starke. Brooker. ,'
182-Smith Waters, Worthington. 833-D. 0. McRae, St rke. ',
City. 88 Albert : .
Moslev. Lawtev.
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513-Tom. Watson Waters, Brooker. I 1073-Timothy Dukes, Dukes. 86-Arnett Thompkins, Lawtey. 883-Ben Sasser, Hampton. 1074-William Rimes Moran, Worth- I 483-David Paxton 5ierley, Brook- ;

; J 'I 46-John T. Reddish, r.8wtey.t 0.Oren E. Green, Starke. 1024-Lonzie Norman, Raiford. 1161-Jesse Mathews, New River. ington. er.881Benjamin.

t I 1020-Lem Rhoden, Raiford. 199-Grover Ashley, Lake Butler. 871-Victor Allen, Hampton. .. 769-Lem Goodwine, Starke. 743-James Orestes Fralick, Starke. J. Fo'.t, Hampton.

i ( j 1099-Doris Jones, Dukes. 388-Geo. Wallace Shaller, Lake But- 1043-Robert Hudson, Raiford. 11152-Clayton C. Johns, Lake Butler. 827-James Thomas Moody, Starke. 1087-Olson Sparkrlan Thomas,

; .: :!23-James Grooms, Lake Butler. ler. 71-George Theodore Smith, Law- 776-Du Bignon G. Goff, Starke. 1242-Henry Cooper, Brooklyn. Dukes. ,_
: Francis Stanton Lake 346 Guilford
117-Howard -- Arnold. Guilfoid.
i I J. Andrews Starke. tey. 566 Barnus Newsom
I 773-Romey Eugene 1038-Owen C. Wingate, Raiford. oil
Butler. 608-J. B. Mills, Starke. 1156-Benjamin Kelly, New River. Starke. 976-Jeff. H. Dowling, Raiford. 1251-James Veal, Theressa. J
002) -Ury Morton Green, Starke. 555-John Cummings Robinson 437; -Oscar Ray Waters, Brooker.
406-Lawrence Clyde Smith, Lake 581-Rey Newsom, Starke. 473-Ura Dudley Johns, Brooker.
390-Henry Mack Jones, Lake But- Starke. 62-Carlton Griffis, Lawtey.;
Butler. 311-Phillip Philander Nettles, Lulu. 287-Paul Bing Lake Butler. ,
ler. 519-Preston Mills Barefoot, Brooker. 978-Adam T. Sapp. 1227-Sidney Elester Triest, Theressa. 586-Eliza N. Coleman, Starke. 207-William Durrance, Lake Butler 'r
75-John M. Roberts, Lawtey. 506-Theodore Lester Litchfield, 260-Thomas Andrews Hendricks, 67-Arthur M. Sapp, Lawtey. |
,772-Paul Silas McMillan, Starke. Brooker. 646-Ernest McKinney, Starke. -j
25 124 Rufus
-Morgan Riley Kersey, Lawtey. Courtland Mercer, Lake Lake Butler.
I 721-Rufus Melvin Crosby, Starke. 877-Levi 1081-Martin Matthews Brown, Pukes
392-Fred Malphurs, Lake Butler. Leland Bedenbaugh, Butler. 527-Nathan Elden Baxter, Brooker. "
1 786-Julius Butler, Starke. 889-Kad Mill Watterson, Hampton. Hampton. 481-Hammond Lynn, Brooker. 254-Elbert Stokes, Dukes. 528-Edward Barnard Andrews, Jr., a;

I I .iSO-Elaine Tunsil, Lake Butler. 383-Walter Fashaw, Lake Butler. 435-Lonnie Summers, Lulu. 895-Everett Gowin, Hampton. 446--LeRoy Thomas Osteen, Brooker. Brooke '.

972-Ernest Griffis, Raiford. 1166-Roan J. Turner, Lake Butler. 681-Nick Johns, Starke. 744-Henry Canady, Starke. 912-Ben Hill, Sapp.

I 983-Edward D. Griffis, Raiford. 588-Roy Edwards, Starke. 713-Wm. Graham, Starke. 979Willie M. Griffis, Raiford. 89-Randolph Addison, Lawtey. 77-Thomas J. Crawford, Lavrtey. ,.

t 757-Roan Benjamin Griffis, Starke. 856-Earl Leslie Manire, Hampton. 935-Fleury Dyal, Raiford. 582-Luther Gracy Cooper, Starke. 1197-Nathan Otway Tillis, Graham. 699-John Padgett, Starke. I

966-Lacy Griffis, Maxville. 705-Joe Rouse, Starke. 1121-Otis Williams, Worthington. 829-James W. Clark, Starke. I 932-Willie I. Dubose, Raiford. 701 TO 800. ,',\

868 Stafford Ellsworth Homon, 576-George Arch Anderson, Starke. 1150-Carl C. Wynn, New River. 240-Roscoe Johns, Lake Butler. 1204-Rufus Roy Jones, Graham.

j Hampton. 944-W. Albert Griffis, Raiford. 450-James William White, Brooker. 1028-James Stewart, Raiford. 863-Richard Jones, Hampton. 248-Cleveland Merricks, Lake But- j
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t 332-Lee Brannen, Lake Butler. 122-Mose Virgil Pearce, Lake But- I. 499-Edward Cornelius Merritt, 358-James Franklin Gray, Lulu. ler. .
i 379-Sidney Franklin Bielling, ler. 113-John Ardell Starling, Highland. Brooker. 451-George William Conner, Brooker. 521-James Harvey Dyal, Brooker.

i I Dukes. 642-Volley McKinney, Starke. 725-Thos. J. Poppell, Starke. 1011-Brantley Rosier, Raiford. 695 George Washington Wiley3

!' i : 542-Jacob McFashion, Starke. 939-Ollie E. Griffis, Raiford. 1004-Silas P. Yarborough, Raiford. 590-Henry L. Stevenson, Starke. 745-Zenas Zirl Griffis, Starke. Starke.

: i ;' 194-Elias Elsie Steward. Dukes. 222-Cleveland Harrison, Lake But- 156-John Morgan Little, Lake But- 1105-Jennings Bryan DuPree, Rai- 573john Collier Carter, Starke. 947-George W. Dean, Raiford.

i I 874-Henry Grady Mitchell, Grandin. ler. ler.1034John. ford.411Eugene. 1137-Tom Young, Dukes. 614-William Leorard Conway,

! !, 552-Albert Juiius Mayo, Starke. 906-Alex. Cross. Sapp. H. Denmark, Raiford. Edward Shaller, Lake I 1106-Abram Johnson, Dukes. Starke. ,

r 298-Lum Columbus Hodges, Lake 700-Richard Allen Griffis, Starke. 808-Conway Mathews, Starke. Butler. 308-William Harley Hall, Lulu. 1134-Wiley Jones, Dikes. '.1
, Butler. 1250 Jesse Marion Brown Theressa. 780-Archibald Thomas, Starke. 636 DeSue 160-Malcolm Judson Hunter, Lake i
--Stephen Jr., Starke. 429-Charles Benj. Harden, Lulu. .
f I 675-Oswood Darling Kersey, Starke 1195-Francis Emanuel Beville, Gra- 1183-Geiger Lee Barry, Graham. 735-Archibald J. Harris, Starke. 1055-George Black, Raiford. Butler.1252James.

i 1148-Hayes Cooper, Worthington. ham. 267-Willie Alvin Knight, Lake But- 634-Ernest James Benton, Starke. 1225-Charles Murvin Phillips, The- Oda Batten, T t'res'a.

f 343-Mason Elixson, Lake Butler. 297-Alexander Williamson, Lake ler. 326-John Oscar Tison, Guilford. ressa.39.tRobert. I. 283-Richard King, Lake Butler. .

t 982-Clarence Newsom, Raiford. Butler. 567-Gus Wynn, Sampson City. 447-Chas. Sylvester Kelly, Brooker. Johnson, Lulu. 1027-Willie Williams, Raiford. -
; ; 726-David Levy Silcox, Starke. 1003-Sidney D. Gordon Raiford.
a 1218-Willie Turner, Graham. 1025 Eddie Hilliard, Raiford. ,
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201 TO 300. t
i 15-Sylvester Prevatt, Lawtey. 421-Oscar Lee Summers, Lulu. 76-William McLeod, Lawtey.; 417-Collee Laskett, Lake Butler. 817-Lorenza Dan Green, Starke. "

r 1\ ; 905-Vander Bell, Sapp. 321-Enoch Anthony, Lulu. 940-Math L. Mann, Raiford. 672-Everett Markley Johns, Starke. 354-Ruby Williams, Lake Butler. 59-Truby Griffis, tawtey.

I 933-Sam H. Harrell, Raiford. 736-: William Julius Norman, Starke. 1232-Joseph Bryant, Brooklyn. 949-James Griffis, Raiford. 445-Gilbert Bullocks, Lulu. 815-Frank Sterns, Starke. d

! 452-Henry Hodge, Brooker. 707-Franklin Christopher Stokes, 1254-Isaac Robinson, Lawtey. 393-Zeb Daniels, Dukes. 217-Arthur Columbus Whittaker, 1126-Joseph Ephriam Williams, i

; t 355-Eben Jackson Wood, Lulu. Starke. 169-Stephen Butler Hendricks, Lake 993-Rance J. Andrews, Jr., Raiford. Lake Butler. Worthington. !i

I I 530-Everett Clemons, Brooker. 1002-George H. Cone, Fargo, Ga. Butler. 1048-Blake B. Kelly, Raiford. 259-Jesse McMillan, Lake Butler. 612-Hallie D. Tyler, Saxton. .

r 809-Wm. Bray, Saxton. I. 1151-Ichabod Phillips, Lake Butler. 436-Thomas Jefferson Jones, Lulu. 1065-Bert Seals, Raiford. 1068-John Hamilton White, Lake 869-James Elzy Keene, Hampton.

I: f' 1114-Curtis Lafayette Blair, Worth- 1101-Charley Fountain, Worthington S96-Ralph Hedgman, Lake Butler. 851-Richard Marvin Mosley, Starke. Butler. 764-Julian Leonard Peek, Sta ke.

I ington. 368-Williard Lamar Clyatt, Lulu. I C89-Charles H. Crews, Raiford. 1181-Lonnie J. Mosley, New River. 322-Duncan Bryan, Lake Butler. 359-John Franklin Smith, Lu'.u.!

r ( 645-Carl McKinney, Starke. 974-Joel B. Griffis, Raiford. 1107-Elijah Alfred Parrish, Worth- 158-Will Jones. Lake Butler. 1120-James Kirby Ward, Worthington. 984-Arthur Kennedy, Raiford.

t' 218-Benjamin Franklin Gainey, 320-Chester Jackson Johnson, Lake ington. 778-James R. Tison, Starke. 724-Samuel Rosenberg, Starke. :

Lake Butler. Butler.950Kiler 862-LeRoy Williard Clark, Hampton. 1-Edwin Lowell Shunck, Lawtey. 242-John Cunningham, Lake Butler. 938-James W. Young, Raiford.

r J' t 620-Ted Hugh Halligan, Starke. C. Cannon Sapp. 187-Scott Barnum Crawford, Lake 702-Joe Johnson, Starke. 497-Rive Brinson Johns, Brooker. 1:

= 550-Tate Powell Denmark, Starke. 926-Everett Johns, Raiford. 257-James Hightower, Lake Butler. Butler. 232-David Bennerman, Lake Butler. 667-Lawrence Green, Starke.

t: 't 101 TO 200. 1010-James E. Futch, Raiford. 1109-Alonzo Drew Noble, Worthington. 52-James Blaine Teston, Lawtey. 1037-Charles Bloodsworth, Rai/ord.

I i 919-Berry D. Andrews, Raiford. 105-John L. Gaskins, Starke. 601 TO 700. 463-Lewis Dennie Polk, Brooker.

t 574-Kirby T. Crews, Lake Butler. 656-Ura McKinney, Sampson Ci'y. 155-R. H. Willford, Lake Butler. 650-Harvey Green, Starke. 597-Paul Frederick Baisden, Starke. 84-Sammie Strong, Lawtey.

' r f 31-Ernest Covada Johns, Lawtey. 284-Warren Clement Coffin, Johns- 836-Newton Strickland, Starke. 694-Gilbert Dixon, Starke. 531-Ury Martin Knight, Brcn>ker.
f : Walter S. Valencia, Raiford. 814-Fred Dell, Starke.
981
t town. 36-Arthur Starling, Lawtey. 198-John Wesley Mann, Lake But-

\. j I 770-James Kite, Jr., Starke. 1175-W. H. Sapp, New River. 133-Ben Feinburg, Lake Butler. 985-Elisha W. Wilkinson, Sapp. ler. (Continued on Page 3.)


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J News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. m POSITION SHOWN OF REGISTRANTSAS BY OFFICIAL LIST I 793-Robert 788-Blanchard DeSue D. Law, Starke., Starke. -395-Isaac. Nelson Nettles, Lake Butler 683-William Starke. Bryan Strickland- ,


I 534 Joseph Benjamin Dowling, 27-Robert A. Blanchard Lawtey. 106' -Oscar Lee, Raiford.
; (Continued From Page 2.) Brooker.
I 547-Henry E. Freeman, Starke. 412 Mark
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Knight Lake
Butler.
I 468-Reddick -Barnum 119-Henry Whitehead, Lake Butler. 1125-Esau Johnson, Worthington. 102-Walter Ehoden, Kaford.: !

[Live State NewsTold I Brooker. Thomas, 901-Thomas 630-Redding Mixon Denmark Kelly, Starke 884 Willie Dukes, Hampton. 996-William H. Morgan, Raiford.
Hampton.
943-Jlaxie Moore, Raiford.
859-Charlie Banks 301-Bert Augusta Shaw Lake But-
Hampton. 1052-Clarence Davis, Raiford. Y9\-Nathan Sternberg, Starke. ,

by Our Exchanges I 663-Thomas Colly. Thomas, Starke. 80J-Mattie Mariel Morgan, Starke. 132-Mack Thomas, Dukes. 1056-ler.Walter L.
I 469-William Wallace Burgess, Raiford.
Brown, 135-Willie I. Waters, Lake Butler. 1233-Lonnie Langston
Youngblood
..' ', Brooker. 64S-Mallie Green, Starke. Theressa. 733-Percy Phillips, Starke.:
24c-Grover Cleveland Conner, Lake 64J-Ossie Cason 1044-Herchell Grant, Raiford.
Starke.
KISSIMMEE.-Osceola county has her former husband, the Florida rail- Butler.580Robert. 1212-Arthur 589-Gussie Wesley Finley, Starke. 587-Aleck Underhill, Starke.

) voted $100,000 bonds for the construc- road magnate, and was reputed to be Reynolds Cooper, I 100CStajke. -Arthur L.Hastings Crews, Graham. 834-C. L. Wainwright, Starke. 828-William C. Powell, Starke.

tion of a road from Kissimmee to one of the richest women on the world. I 946( Raiford. 1238-Dwight Speed, Brooklyn. 937-Arveed J. Johnson, Ilaiford.
Oliver L.
Thornton
Loughman. Her fortune is estimated at not less 351-Perry Raiford. 325-Mabry Daugherty Roberts, 490-William Cleveland Fowler
Eugene Stewart, Dukes. 291-Jesse Oliver Johns, Lulu. Guilford. ,
i than $60,000,000. The major portion 120 John Brooker.
Robert
Sheffield
Graham. 1012-James
DADE CITY.-Boring for oil is of her estate will be inherited by Mrs. 94-Mack Mahone, Lawtey., 812-Eugene E. Dowling, Raiford. 1247-Oram Speed, Brooklyn. 340-James Gordon Williams, Guil- ,
Dryden Thrower
289 Mose Dore, Lake
Butler.
Jessie
about to commence at Dade City. It is Wise Lewis, of Cincinnati, a 148-Jesse Harris, Lake Butler. Starke. ford. t
that about $100,000 will be niece of the dead woman. 14-Everett E. 1093-Andrew Price Dukes, Dukes. 706-George Buddington. Starke. '
expected Burney, Lawtey. 554-Joseph James Carter, Starke. 443-Omre Malcus Shaller, Lake
pent in efforts to secure paying wells. 980-Charlie A. Jones, Raiford. 454-Thomas Hodge, Brooker. Butler. 729-Richard Lon Lee, Starke.
FT. LAUDERDALE.-More than 109-Edward Calvin Prevatt Law- 401-Osgood Merricks, Lulu.
1079-Barney Elden Thomas, Worth- 24--Marvin H. Carter
Lawtey.
150,000 acres of land shown tey.892William. 719-William Abram Bessent, Jr.
CODYVILLE C. A. Whitaker, who on state ington.9G2Alfonso. 951-Richard Griffis, Raiford. Starke. ,

owns a tract of land near this place, maps] as being Everglades is actually Charles Hunt, Hamp- : Jones, Raiford. 779-Luther G. Powell, Starke. 515 David
high! pine and prairie, not overflowedand ton. 953-Elisha! Silas Hall, Brooker.
hundred Raiford.
harvested one barrels of po- Taylor, 558-Willie Haynes, Starke. 1100
not needing other than surface 782-Arthur Simmons, Starke. 13-Allie Floyd Peele -George H. Carefoot, Worthington. r
tatoes from two acres this season, for Lawtey. 389-Walter Keith, Lake Butler. .
I which he received $889 f. o. b. the drainage to carry off heavy rainfall in 251-Luther Dickerson Brown, Lake 20-Ellis( Broski, Lawtey.: 1162-Samuel Jackson, Brooker. 255-Willie
order to fully reclaim it for cultiva- Butler. 124i Derricks, LaLe Butler.
cars at Codyville. On this same land -Marion Zeigler Sullivan, The 1047-Jeff Green, Raiford.
has fine of tion. This announcement that the Everglades 180-Forrest Ret Drawdy, Lake Butler ressa.835Carlos. 728-Andrew 568-Henry Leon Edwards, Starke.
he now a crop corn. Jordon Oliver, Starke. 538
-Lewis Franklin
II has shrunk, or has heretofore Lee, Starke. 690-Errol Goolsby, Starke

been exaggerated on the state maps, 598-William Rhodes McRae, Starke. 467-Samuel Richard Clark, Brooker. 1133-Charlie Alvarez Watson, Starke. 22-Nigel Grady Chancey, Starke.
PETERSMore than 320 was made by Captain J. F. Jaudon, 825-James Dell, Starke. Dukes. Edwards, 171-Joseph Ruben Hightower, Lake
i tons of scrap iron were shipped out of who made 96O-J. Edward Butler.
recently Raiford.
an exploration tour Byrd, 319-William:
this city last week. In the lot was of the southwestern part of the state 1171-Ed. Burke, New River. ford.999Will. Daniel Hurst, Guil 149-Jesse DeWitt Knight, .Lake 23-t-Ralph Glover, Lake Butler.

an old press, the one on which the first Of !several weeks duration and brought 658 Charley Fisher,.Sampson City. Evans, Raiford. 482-Clarence Butler. 53-E. D. Rigdon, Lawtey.
issue of the St. Petersburg Times Guilispy Stephenson,
was
back with 941-Arthur
him McGlenn
numerous photographsand Raiford. 131: -Norman Sylvanus Parrish, Lake Brooker. 1101 TO 1200.
printed. samples of soil to prove his dis 1131-David Elmer Douglass, Dukes. Butler. 97 James
Roscoe Sapp, Lawtey.: 276-Philip
Mahamary Lake
covery. 631-Daniel Webster Johnson, Starke 87-Louis Crews Butler.
Lawtey. 1239
-Joseph Michael
Edgar Brook 774-James
Russell
ST. AUGUSTINE-The MillerST. 1040-Willie Newsom, Raiford. 915-Levy W. Green, Raiford. lyn. McC'lenaghan,
Transfer Company of Orlando, has inaugurated 1177-Cornel E. Johns, Lake Butler. 315-Andrew Johnson Guil Starke.
Taylor
219-Richard
JACKSONVILLE.-A Hicks
Lake
large numberof Butler.
what is known as the Reo 879-Martin Luther Watterson, ford.476Josephine. 439-Benjamin Abraham Williams, ,
people undoubtedly escaped deathor 693-Robert Lightfoot, Starke. Dukes.
Bill Line for the purpose of rendering Hampton. I
serious injury when the roof of the Edwin Lewis, Brook 839-Hardy Williams, Starke. 820-Claud Underhill
daily automobile service, including 746-George Dixon, Starke. er. Staike. ;.
Savoy motion picture theatre, corner 1249-Isaac Jefferson Sibley, Theressa 225-Kirby Murvin Guilford. "
,
655-Thomas
between Palatka McBride
Sunday, Hastingsand Starke: 1196
of Main -Percy Clyde Jones, Graham. 1094 William
and Matthew
Forsyth streets, fell in 583 Otis Dukes, Dukes 517-Edgar Blanchard Murrhee
St Augustine. The initial trips Elliott Leach, Starke. 313-Sammie Croft Lulu. ,
45
during the tremendous downpour of -Jesse Woods, Lawtey. Brooker.
made 830-Willie Harris
on Wednesday. Starke.
were rain at about 3:45 o'clock Thursday 995-Jim 1235-Walter Bryant, Brooklyn. 605-Davis Langford Gatlin, Starke. 1122-Lewis Gordon Swilby Worth-
Fleming, Raiford. ,
afternoon. 270-Ardine Norris Holland, Johns 1246 Walter
At the time of the acci 914-John D. Green Speed, Brooklyn. ington.
Raiford.
DELAND-The Atlantic Coast Line dent the theatre was half filled with 791-Joe Claridy Starke., town.928Arthur. 687-George Everett Andrew, 85-Eddie Strong, Lawtey.:
,
Railway company is advertising forbids people, and had the roof fallen suddenly 69-James Myers, L. Addison, Lake But Starke. 893-Jim Koon, Hampton-

for the erection of a large and practically everyone except the 1116-Robert Lesley Lawtey.Courson ler. 186-Thomas Mann, Lake Butler. 73-Samuel Anderson, Lawtey.
Worth-
modern station at the present DeLand ones seated in the extreme rear would ington. 543-Rosser Raymond Hoffman, 1135-Leon Thomas, Dukes. 610-Aaron Colyer Tillis, Etarke.

Junction, bids being opened Monday, have been caught under the debris. 845-Eugene Brown, Starke. 397-Hutson Starke. 541-Davis Powell Carpenter, Starke 152-Henry Sheppard Roberts, Lake
July 30th. The building will be finished Fortunately the roof was of light ma '1129-Johnnie Givens, Dukes. Keith, Lake Butler. 247-Buell Dukes Lake Butler. Butler.520Leland.

in coquina stucco, after the manner terial and it 873-Dave 339-Brazzel Jones Clemons, Lulu. 179-Willis Waters, Worthington. Artford Brown
Brooker.
sagged downward slowly, Cason, Hampton. 1207-Isaac Adams, Graham. 684Clifford {
of the DeLand Commercial Club. McNeal, Starke. .
giving ample time to escape into the 1036-Clem Purvis, Raiford. 3i Thomas Aaron Rivers, Lake
Johns
997-Nelvey Raiford.
790-Robert Parrish 967-D. Smith, Raiford.
streets. None of the heavy beams fell. Starke. Butler. 922-A. Dennis

TAMPA.-The ministers of this city 1155-Joshua W. Rogers, Sampson 318-Johnnie Oddis Dobbs, Sapp. 253-Sherrod Webster Andrews, Lake, Raiford.Butler. 28-Rudolph Richard Thede, Law-

and other good citizens are waging a City. 516-Frank Robson Holding, Brook 263-Warren Mastin tey.
,rigorous warfare in an effort to have OCALA.-Hugh Mills, a boy of 13 1210-Baby Surrency, Graham. ere Lake Butler. Overstreet, 688-Avery Hankerson, Starke.

the segregated district abolished. Solicitor or 14 years, was terribly mangled bya 174-Ransom Franklin Parrish, Lake 1223-Lacy Reynolds, Graham. 577-Oscar Townsend Newsom, 472-Frank Luther Davenport,
Brooker.
R. E. L. Chancey, of the Circuit switch engine at the Seaboard pas Butler. Starke.

Court,has put himself on record as befog senger depot just after noon Tuesdayand 310-William Henry Nettles, Lake 901 TO 1000. 484-Marion Gentry Stokes,, Brooker.

determined that the city must be died in less than an hour at the Butler. 1001 TO 1100. 722-Orville Leon Moitt, Starke.

cleaned up in this particular. hospital, where he was taken for sue 414-John Jones, Lulu. 491-Washington Luther Ginn, 732-Joseph Sherman 314-Morgan Baxter Powell, Lulu. .
gical treatment. The 763-Butler Brooker. Mercer, 162-Rance Thomas Lake
lad with other E. Brooks, Starke. Starke. Butler.
boys was playing about the station 307-George David. Williams Guil- 720-Joe Hill Williams, Starke. 1006-Eddie Dyal, Raiford.
BRADENTOWN-Clerk W. M. Tay and rushed through the waiting room ford.991Edward. 190-Silas! Johns, Lake Butler. 661-John Wilber Williams, Starke. 181-Lawton Waters, Worthington.

lor of the Manatee Circuit Court, has out onto the tracks where he collided Harrington 279-Frank Lewis, Lake Butler. 727-Claud Brown, Starke. 632-Roy Roberts, Starke.
Raiford.
received all the bills for incur 844 Purvis 584-Ab. Johns, Starke.
expense Moody Starke.
599
,
with switch 569-Adam -Othma Lamar
a engine which was pass- ; Lee Taylor, Starke. Haynes Starke.
red in the Miles time 716: Lewis 496-Robert King, Brooker.
case, including ng. A man who was standing nearby 553-Bert Johns, Starke. Allen Davis, Starke. 243-Emanuel Nek Klondtz, Lake
that Miles in the and 1082-Mack! 811-Ruric Albert Wells, Starke.
Dreden
was Tampa Jacksonville grabbed the boy from beneath the 1084-Harry Pinkston, Dukes. Douglass, Worth Butler.1206Thoy .

jails, and the total runs near wheels, preventing them from running 625-Lester Kite, Starke. ington. 12-Grover C. Wooten, Lawtey. Adams Dyal, Graham.

to six thousand dollars. The expense over his body. One arm was severed, 402-Charlie Foster, Lake Butler. 1243-Alex Wall, Theressa. 897-LeRoy Kalch, Hampton. 686-Fred Rhoden, Starke.
of the Florida State Guards was aboutfiftyone however 1113-William Rodman, Worthington. 1078-Hancel Norman, Dukes. 170-Miles Abe
and the 459-Jacob Lake
boy's head badly Lee Surrency, Brooker. 748 Everett Kelley, Butler.
! hundred dollars. bruised, and he did not regain con- 161-Charlie Tomlinson, Lake Butler. 887-William Edward McLane, 108-Emanuel E. Green, Starke. 367-Isaiah Smith, Lulu.
Houston
Hampton. Lawtey.:
sciousness. 651-Randolph Robinson
1009-Raleigh Dennison, Raiford. Starke.
MIAMI.-Official courtesy has profited 189-Hill Alexander Ward, Lake 37-Samuel Buni Albritton, Starke.91OJeff 178-James Butler. Wilson Goodge, Lake 324-Elisha Ozias Stafford, Lake

this city splendidly. Last winterthe Butler. Willie, Sapp. Butler.

city council permitted E. R. DELRAY.-In the past three years 659-Arthur Anderson, Starke. 413-Matthew Knight, Lake Butler. 377-Claud Renfroe, Lake Butler. 502-John Lewis Shriver, Brooker.

mas, of New York, to moor his Thit the; Delray district has shipped the 361-Edgar Walton Summers, Lulu. 1033-1. Holland Johnson, Raiford. 347-James 9-Bemin Forsyth, Lawtey. 723-Ruby Raleigh Crosby, Starke.

at the municipal pier. Last week the first pineapples from the state of Florida 709-Jesse Walter Morgan, Starke. 903-Ben Phenians, Hampton. ford. Riley Williamson, Guil 888-Henry Powell, Hampton.

rity offered $260,000 of improvement to the northern market, on an average 909-Henry Smith, Sapp. 697-Roy Venson Turner, Starke. 101-Andrew Anderson, Lawtey.

bonds for sale and Mr. Thomas was of 49,000 crates of 160 carload 129-Thomas Adam Andrews, Lake 210-John Wesley Gainey, Dukes. 70-Ernest B. Wells, Lawtey. 116-William N. Norman, I wtey.

the only bidder. He stated that his bid lots per year, and though this season Butler. 381-J hn Drayton Bielling, Lake 16-James Rosier, Lawtey. 795Willie William Stern, Starke.

'vu made because of the courtesy extended has been the worst ever experiencedby 1153-Miller Johns, Lake Butler. Butler. 952-Calvin Griffis, Raiford. 535-Thomas Clifford Hazen, Brook-

him last winter. the oldest grower, the growers who 1222-Horace Colbert, Graham. 594-Orville Glisson, Starke. I 595-Eugene Finley, Starke. er.
494 Gus Finnic 789-Roberts Alexis Green, Starke.849WilJiamJ .
have: looked after their plantationsare 213-James Eddie Kiah Thomas Brooker. J
bringing them back into 95-Joe Clark, Lawtey. e Johnson, Starke.
shape and Dukes. I (Continued on Page C.)
DELAND.-DeLand has
just completed will yet reap the reward for the efforts 465-John L. Thigpen, Brooker. 498-Truman D. Dyal, Brooker. 134-Drew Addison, Lake Butler.
the building of forty-four miles' 545 1 607-Johan Ewald Selen, Starke.
forth. This -Joseph Francis Canova Jr.
put ,
season a pineapple 1096-Oscar Seth McLeod
of cement-grounded brick roads, rang factory was built here and employed 163-John Dukes. Starke. 374-Matthews Mark Jordan, Lulu.. What is LAXFOSLAXFOS
ing in width from 46 feet in the busiIItIl Riley Crews, Lake Butler.
1219-George Yancy Bugman C
from fifty to sixty hands and had 665-Bolar Sapp, Starke. 92-Brooks Evans Starling, Lawtey. ra IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA v
section of the town to 9 feet in ham.
the season been a good one the factory 1115 831 James Ellie Sullivan, Starke. A
Jesse Digestive Laxative
Franklin Liquid Cathartic
width in the the foot roads Williams, 925
Clive
9
country, McNeal Raiford.
-
would have 306-Dexter D. Tedder Lulu. ,
been running yet, but it is Worthington. I' and IiverTonic. Contains Cascara Bark,
having 3 feet of shell on each side, the intention of the firm to open up 998-Ellie Wells, Raiford. 173-Wesley Lucian Andrews, Lake Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black

tiring{ a 15-foot road. All country again] next year and the plant will be 801 TO 900. 317-Harley Columbus Coleman, Butler. Root,May Apple Root,S inalx.ves and

roads have a 24-foot grade. The De- in shape to handle all pines that they 1224-Jesse James Byrd Graham. Lake Butler. 184-Andrew Jackson Crawford, Pepsin. Combines strength with palatable
,
lAnd system cost about $450,000 and contract for. 904-James Allen, Sapp. 696-Cupid Hamilton, Starke. I Lake Butler.819Jasper aromatic taste. Does not gripe. 50c "
win be completed within the Dell, Starke.
appro- 1202-Carl Jones, Graham. 50-William C. Wooten, Lawtey. !
prjation. 166-Daniel Harmon Crawford Lake GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER.Has .
244 ,
1015 Robert -Benjamin Max Wilson, Lake
H. Weaver
Raiford. I
,
MANATEE. General Williamson Butler. Butler. been used for all ailments that
Agent -
1164-Jesse Thomas New ': I
River.
.. ARCADIA.-The sheriff of DeSoto of the Seaboard, returned last 405-Emerson Holmes, Lulu. 153-James Todd, Lake Butler. j, 1039-W. Tyson Ritch, Raiford. .I are caused by a disordered fctomach
week from 1017-Lonnie 474-Plemon Johnson, Brooker. I and inactive liver, such as sick headache -
motor
a trip through the H. Futch Raiford.
250-Thomas '
"punty got a clean bill when his ofiV Carter Chastain, LakeButler.
dal conduct was investigated beca citrus belt of the state, having visited 231-Ray Vivian Wilson, Lake But- 60-Marion G. Wilson, Lawtey. I I constipation, soui' stomach, r.cr-
useseveral counties in order that he might ler. 518-Lee Murrhee, Brooker. vows indigestion, fermentaon of food .
of ehargeS that he was not sufficiently 885-Luther B. Hall
Hampton.
I 759-Thomas Long DeSue, Starke. palpitation of the heart caused by gases
make estimate of thisseason's 9tXathan
intelligent Griffis
active up an 1147 Raiford.
in the of
down -Henry
matter running Johnson I
Worthington. 208-Mallory Thomas, Lake Butler. in the stomach. August Flowe* is
31
Mr. Williamson Elisha
citrus'crop. W. Rosier
the Lawtey.
of the Trice 959-Ury G. I
perpetrator outrage; Sapp, Raiford.
It that states that the notable feature of this 329-William 761-Robert Burrows, Starke. I 293-Joseph Henry Dicks, Lulu. a gentle laxative, regulates! :J.gesuon )
seems the
some one preferred Leslie Williams Guil '
charges in the hope of having trip was heavy June bloom he found ford. 1190-Hezekiah Mills, Graham.78illertir 771-Amos Williams, Starke. both in stomach and intestine cleanse I
this at which 785-Cyrus Hall Sistrunk, Starke. sweetens the stomach and! alimen
sheriff fired and into every point visited is, in his 628-William Tate Newman, Starke.
stepping Crosby, Starke.
40-t-Jule Jordon Lulu. tary canal, stimulates tha lie to se-
,
shoes. opinion, equally as heavy as the fruit 426 G,0-Jesse Williams, Starke.
the Governor -Berry Martin
Unfortunately Williams
that Lake 137-Leon Wilson Hodges Lake But- mte' : the bile and impurities C"o'n the: I
has
has already set, and that prospects Butler. 81 James A. Robinson, Lawte)'. ,
encouraged this kind of thing> ,
b! .od.
ler. 25 and 75 cent ua-'k.s. :M
though in Deshong's case he seems to I are good for a large per cent of 823-R. Daniel Forsyth, Starke. 288-John McCoy, Lake Butler. !
C. P Cason.
bare acted very fairly.TALLAHASSEE. I this late bloom to hold and mature. 246-Thomas Irvin Dekle, Lake But 118f--Henry Mann Koon, Graham. 369-James Butler. Antler Nettles, Lake j jI ;

That increased prices will largely ler. 826-Ellery McCormick Davis,

make up for the shortage in the citrus 731-Lonzo Crawford Starke.296Arthur. I 575-Hebron Underhill, Starke. I.
B. M. Cates has I crop .is not alone the opinion of Mr. 682-Frank Starke. Wesley Brannen, Lake 277-Linsey Ivey. Live Oak. !

before Dr. Sellards, state geologist, Williamson, but also of many of the 768 Gardiner, Sampson City. Butler. i! 987-Henry Douglass, Sapp. The Beauty Secrete ,

limples of oil sand taken at a depthf large growers in the different counties 1215-Thomas-Christopher Williams, Starke. 489-Albert Smith, Brooker. 411-Harmon Canelias Brannen, !

a little less than two thousand feet visited. Mitchell, Graham. 1005-John E. Yarborough, Raiford. < Lake Butler. Ladies desire that lees
955-Raymond
from the Banhuer Oil Company's well 627 Griffis, Sapp. 380-Wesley Bose Keith, Lake But 80-William D. Groves, Lawtey. sistible charm-a good
-Colley Claud
la Wakulla county, of which Mr. Cates LIFT YOUR CORNS. 1063-Lee Crosby, Starke. ler. 266-John Purvis Mott, Lake Butler. complexion. Of course i
Keith "
fa i Raiford.
the .
president. The sand is, from 123-Lewis Columbus Taylor Lake
1208 ,
-Forrest Graham.
Reynolds,
*fl appearances true oil sand; under a OFF WITH FINGERS 99-Silas J. Futch, Lawtey. Butler. they d o not wish others

Jelll the sand shows a very high percent t 365-Thomas Butler. Fisher Douglass, Lake A SAFE'r-TEST. 249-Alfred Plummer Moore, Lake / to know 'a beautifier

.. of bituminous globules in the si- Butler. has been used
they
Tells How to Loosen a Tender 144-Willie Smith Lake / so
fcckws sands. Butler. -
The is highly 20-t-Brady Waters, Worthington.
company buy bottle of
encouraged and will push the work of Corn or Callus so it Lifts 1136-John Lee, Dukes. For those who are in need of a r e m387-Grover Clyatt, Lulu. a

drilling to the depth where pushers Out Without Pain. 551-Jesse James Aaron, Starke. edy for kidney troubles and backacheit ; 1085-Lacy Gaskins Dubose, Dukes!

IIIIJ slumber with the profits. 916-Bert Register, Raiford. is a good plan to try Doan's Kidney 921-Thomas J. Dowling, Raiford. Magnolia BalmLIQUID
756-Israel Porter, Sampson City. Pills. They .J
are strongly recommend- -Jim Dyal, New River.
ST. You reckless men and women who 428-Dorris Brinson, Lake Butler.i ed by Palatka people: 139-Frank A. J. Boyle, Lake But-! FACE POWDER \
o PETERSBURG. "wet" or are pestered with corns and who haveat 1090-John Lonnie Dukes, Dukes. Louis F. Rossingnol, steamboat I ler. and UM according to simple direction improve 1
"dry" pi- ment it noticed at Soothini. and
election in once. caoin
have held
to been
| Pin least once a week invited an awful 821-Isaiah Clarke, Starke. lot. Oak and Seventh streets, Palatka, 57-Elisha Griffis, Lawtey. refreshing. Heals Sunburn slop !+oP14. j
f llas
e It county Friday was called offlen death from lockjaw or blood poisonare 850-Eddie Austin Starling, Starke. 1 Fla., says: I{ 159-Jesse Ray, Lake Butler Willie. JWRto j
5:30: o"clock in the morning w told Cincinnati 523-St Marks- Robinson 'I 75e.al DnittWi h mail'knee 9
Edward now by a authority Brooker. "I had a dull pain over my kidneys.The I 419-Donnell Perry, Lulu. at
a 12,000 S. Haley of Clearwater filed to: use a drug called freezone, which 1111-William Ray Dubose, Dukes. kidney secretions were irregular 197-John Matthews Dukes, Lakeget Sample (either color) for 2a .
supersedeas bond. The prohibition the: moment a few drops are applied 1220-Zency Ingram, Graham. j in and I "!
t passage was obliged to J Butler. Lyon Mft Co.. 40 South Fifth St..Brooklyn.N.Y.
eleventh advocates were stunned by the to; any corn or callus the soreness; is 855-Edgar Barnes, Starke. i up many times during the night Ow-I> 338-Henry James Clemons, Lulu,

hour legal action taken by the relieved ard soon the entire corn orthe 902-Charlie Martin, Hampton. i ing to my work, I had to be out in i all 165( -Stephen Wililamson, Lake But- ,
*ets.In some had been _ _ _
precincts votes _
.. callus root and all, lifts off with 891-William Nabb, Hampton. 1 kinds of weather and I blamed that for ler. '
cut before I"
the order to close thel' I
came
fingers 669-Willie Green, Starke. my trouble. I was advised by different 767-Willie Gray Stringfellow I
P1U. COFFINSCASKETS
,
Pinellas will be wet fort
I
county Freezone dries the moment it is applied 1030-Carlos G. Gordon, Raiford. people to try Doan's Kidney Pills Starke. I
>
least
l' another ninety days, awaiting And a full line ofUndertakers'
and simply shrivels the 10-t-S. M. Stobre Lawtey.
. action corn or so I got some. I was more than pleased 1193-Rufus Parnell, Graham.
: by supreme court unless some callas without inflaming or even irritating 540-John M. Underhill, Starke. to find that
I : special they rid me of the 334-Joseph Hushell Green, Lake Supplies
-3 s action is taken. the surrounding tissue or skin. 79-George Harold Pearce, Lawtey. trouble. It has now been three years Butler. Automobile Hearse. 11

5 : ___ A small bottle of freezone will cost: 579-Frank Thomas, Starke. since I took them and I have never 386-Addles Ashley Bielling, Lake

*I ST AUGUSTINE.-Mrs. RobertWorth very little at any of the drug stores, 1228-Robert Maryland King, Thehad a return. attack. I have told many Butler. Always on hand. The best service

Bingham, who was the widow but will positively rid one's feefore tsued res sa. people about my experience withDoan's 1001-Wilbur W. Farnell, Raiford.252Enoch I. at the lowest prices. Special a

'! Jf the late Henry M. Flagler be every hard or soft corn or hard 740-Emory Cornelius Lewis, Starke. Kidney Pills and always recommend Washington Dyal, Lake attention to telegraph orders- lj l

J >W marriage to Judge Bingham, died callus. If your" druggist hasn't any 83-Richard Smith, Lawtey. them." Butler. j

rJ. F ride y afternoon at her home in freezone he can get it at any wholesale 142-Preston )Marshall Lake Butler.: Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't 78-Randall K. Davis, Lawtey. Registered Embalmer

LoaiaviUe i Ky. Death was caused I by drug house for you. (60)) 649-Richard McGill, Starke. simply ask for a kidney remedy. get 703-Jjhnnie Curry, Starke.

>y heart disease. She had been ill for 559-John Gid. Holton, Starke. Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that 1041-Jim Ervin, Raiford. DeWITT C. JONES

" Only a short time. Mrs. Bingham inTell it to the Telegraph and yon tell 899-Leander Jones, Hampton. Mr. Rossingnol had. FosterMilburnCo. 1229-William Phillips, Theressa. Starke Fla.

herited a large share of the wealth of everybody. Advertise 1149-Eda McIntyre, Worthington. ., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((38)[ ) I 644-Vascoe Mitchell, Starke. .

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in the Civil War, with the attendant DO YOU NEED COTTON PICKERS SELLING BOOZE UNPROFITABLE LEMONS WHITEN '
MM Telegraph AND
County GEORGIA
starvation, freezing,. exposure and PEOPLEPRAISINGTANLAC BEAUTIFY THE

, many other privations, will not be ex C. H. Crews Pays $244.42 in Fine and SKIN

Published Weekly, and entered u second perienced by the American soldiers. Through such inquiries as we have Costs to County. -
been able to make, the Bank of Starke
clau matter at the poet-office at Uncle Sam will see that they are well
learns that there will probably be a Make This Beauty Lotion
fed, clothed and kept, and the Red
Starke. Florida. I I shortage of labor in some sections of C. H. Crews of Raifwd had hearing
a Cheaply For Your Face
Cross will attend to them when ill
the county at cotton picking time. We ,
before County Judge Geo. A. Gar-
from wounds or otherwise.It do not know whether this condition is Arms, Neck and Hands.
. E. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner L. L HOOKS, OF ROSWELL, diner Monday on a charge of illegally
is true that in this world war mil- general or not. It may be that while He
selling whiskey. pleaded guilty -
Editor
H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate lions have been killed and other mil- SAYS HE WAS ALMOST there is a shortage in some sections and was fined $150 and costs, amount-

lions maimed for life, but it is also there is a surplus in others. In this ing in all to $244.42. At the cost of a small jar of ordi-
DOWN AND COULDN'TWORK the situation nary cold cream one can prepare full
case be equalized a
soldiers have may
It is now time to begin wonderingwhat true that vastly more Crews was tried on the same charge quarter pint of the most wonderful
without much difficulty but to find out lemon -
the Entente allies would have been engaged than in any former war. AT ALL. GAINS 53 just what the situation,is, the Bank of Wednesday of last week but pleadednot skin softener and complexion

done had not Uncle Sam come into the When it is over we will find thousandsof Starke offers its services at a bureauof guilty, and the jury disagreeing, beautifier, by squeezing the juice of
TANLAC.
war. soldiers still alive and unhurt af- POUNDS ON information.If the result was a mistrial. He had two fresh lemons into a bottle con

ter taking part in hundreds of battles, then been before the court three times taining three ounces of orchard white
farmers will write what
"Wagging our tail" is the heading and tens of thousands who came us; just for selling whiskey, but had managedto Care should be taken to strain the juice
l The following letter from the G. T. their needs will be, what they intendto clear himself. But this time Sher- 1
through a fine cloth so no lemon
of an item in a West Florida paper. through the same ordeals with only pulp
for cotton picking and which
Company of North Ros- pay iff and his had
Lyon Drug Epperson deputies wov- gets in, this this lotion will
f I An editor having such an appendage slight wounds. Several religious sects want white colored help we keep fresh
,
they or
, well, Ga., is self explanatory: en such a net around him that it was for months. Every woman knows
speak of it in the singular number believe that dies before his will do what toward seeing that
may no one "North Roswell, Ga. we can useless for Crews to do anything but lemon juice is used to bleach and
! } without being accused of egotism. time comes, and from the Scriptureswe Mr. G. F. Willis, that their needs are supplied. It is.. plead guilty. The law may be slow such blemishes as freckles sal-remove
, ,
learn that not even a sparrow falls Atlanta, Ga. probable that there is a surplus of but it is sure. lowness and tan and is the ideal skin

f I- If you have nothing to do, don't fall to earth without the Father's will. "Dear Sir-We are enclosing a tes- labor in some other sections of the The county judge and the sheriff softener, whitener and beautifier.

!r into the error of believing that all This should be a hopeful inspiration to timonial which we have just received state'and that sufficient help can be and his men are doing all they can to Just try it! Get three ounces of

I others are similarly situated. Do not those about to enter danger as well as from L. L. Hook of this place. He brought in to see that the cotton crop. exterminate the blind tiger businessin I orchard white at any drug store and
for what Tanlac is gathered in good shape.As .
to the time seems very grateful the county, and are succeeding as two lemons from the and
'I go to a busy man pass to the loved ones at home. have said do not know ] grocer make
he
word we
and we
has done for him every
, away with idle talk. Time is money to The soldier' seldom enters danger just what the situation is. It is to well as circumstances will permit. up a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant -
is the truth.
says would clear the of lemon lotion and
I him and he cannot afford to waste it alone. He has always others to shareit "This has been in bad health find out that we are offering our ser- They soon county massage it daily
man
illegal whiskey if the people would into the face, neck, arms and hands.
unprofitable subjects. with him which moral and vices. With cotton bringing the
I on means support for years, and was almost down pres- co-operate with them. It is marvelous to smoothen rough
red
Except sometimes in the meleeof we got him to try Tanlac. Now he ent fancy prices it should not be allowed hands.

Saturday's Miami Metropolis came a battle, when the leaders may talks it to his friends all the time, and to damage or waste in the fields ((96)

out in 44 pages in commemoration of temporarily be out of sight, and is anxious to tell other people what it for the want of pickers. Remarkable Medical' TreatmentMr.
every Kelly-"An how are ye this : + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
him."Yours OF STARKE
its twenty-first birthday. It was replete man must shift for himself, there is has done for BANK mornin,' Mistress Flynn? Is yer rheu- + DUVAL HOTEL i .

with interesting articles and pic- an officer present to encourage and "G. T.very LYON truly DRUG, CO." Starke, Florida. matiz any Lt'ttt'rIrs.. Flynn-"Well, + JACKSONVILLE .

tures and was not forgotten by the lead on. The officer, in turn, is so Mr. Hooks' statement, written in his yis, I think it Is. I thank ye kolndly. + Opposite postoffice, hot and cold +

,, business men of the town in the way !' anxious to execute the orders given own words, follows below just as it LASSIFIE The new doctor's treatment is doln' mea + water, elevator, telephones; rates t

of advertisements. him and to give a good account of was given. Mr. Hook said: C D wort av good, I belave. He advolses + rooms without bath, $1 : two persons +

.. himself and his men that he has no "I suffered from one of the worst ADVERTISING me to take queen inn eternally, and + same room, $1.50; with bath +

WONDER WHAT TOWN time to ponder over possible adverse cases of indigestion and stomach trou- ; to rub anarchy on me j'ints. So I'm + $1.50; two persons same room $2 +

< consequences.The ble any many ever had.' I couldn'teat doin' It, an' I think It's Lelpin' me I + W. S. JONES, Mgr. +
I hardly anything and nothing tast- FOR SALE-Second hand lumber and wonderfully." + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
ovations that soldiers so often
Wauchula Advocate-One of our exchanges I times stom- framing. N. B. Hull.
right. At on my
ed gas
complains of the lack of home receive from admiring noncombatantsis ach would almost choke me. Nothing

advertising patronage and in lookingover no small stimulant to overcome fear agreed with me, and what I would eatdidn't FOR SALE-Three horses. Geo. A. Men You Have Got to
and win battles and those who
come
its columns we find twenty patent give me any strength. Gardiner, Starke. 6-15-tf. ,
medicine advertisements. Even the through the war unscathed, or nearlyso *I commenced taking Tanlac be- -

hardware store in that town is adver- will have before them a life timeof cause I saw what it was doing for WANTED-Heifer calves, 5 months

tising patent medicine. Some town distinction.The other people, and I could see all the old and up, $10 each delivered. God- Help Your Families

for patent medicine. What an induce- soldier's calling is not the onlyone difference in the world right from the win, Harrell & Co., Sapp, Fla. 7-6-6t
I
start. It simply did wonders for me
ment to new settlers! that is dangerous. Sheriffs, policemen -
firemen log rafters, sailors, and made me feel like a new man. LOST-Cameo set with pearls. Finder -
do
"Before taking Tanlac I couldn't
SOLDIERING. constantly risk and often lose their any work at all. Now I am using the will bs rewarded for return to Run Their Homes on

lives, alone and unsung, but whoever pick and shovel every day, and can this office. 8-3-lt.

! : thought of writing "sob sister stuff"to do any other kind of labor I want to.
One of our exchanges has had the them? Though it may not seem so, When I weighed the other day I found STRA YED-=--One heifer, white belly
r temerity to inveigh against the prac- That's what and back brown sides unmarked Business LinesBy
yet the Father's eye is over the camp I had gained 35 pounds. ,
tice of female relatives writing "sob and the battlefield as well as over the Tanlac did for me. I want you to send branded "J. B." Notify J. M. Brown-

j sister stuff" to the soldier boys. The lonely home, and whatever happens toa I this to Atlanta and have it published, lee and receive reward. 7-20-3t.

: boys do not like to receive such let- for I think everybody ought to know
soldier is through His will. So trustin
I ters. While their high spirit and common about this medicine." LOST-Small diamond-shaped clasp By J. R. HAMILTON '
God for of rela-
taking care your letter pin with emblematic lettering and
: Another interesting was re-
sense do not allow
them to become
I weak-kneed from such effusions- tives in khaki. reived this week from A. J. Gillen, set with pearls and diamonds. A Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker't, Philadelphia

proprietor of a large departmentstore liberal reward will be paid for return -
which intimate that
I they will surely be A MUNICIPAL JOKE. at Maxeys Ga., and gives fur- to the Telegraph printing of-
killed or at least maimed or taken ther evidence of the remarkable re- fice. 7-20-4t The home is a business as much as the factory, and it must

: prisoners and put into slavery or oth- sults now being accomplished by Tan- be systematized. A shrewd Jewish business man recently said:
: erwise ill treated, they are pained at That such a grave body as the aldermen lac throughout the South. TOWN TAX NOTICE.
of Starke Notice is hereby given that the following described "To acquire happiness in life, a man must be successful
t : knowing that their relatives believe can perpetrate a Mr. Gillen said: "I have a customer lands will be sold at Public Auctionon
. t such will be their fate, and that the joke, almost passes belief, but it looksas here who was in bed three years, and the First Monday in September 1917. it along three different lines : He must be a success in his busi. ,

, boys are supposed to be in a constant if this was a fact. did not go to a meal at any time. She in being the the County 3rd day of Bradford.of said month State of at Florida Starke, ness, a success in his health, and a success in his family." !
in The drinking fountain on Call street had five fine physicians, and they gave ,or so much thereof as will be necessary to '
misery anticipation of such fate. Now there hundreds of this
a by the court house was reinstated a her One bottle got her up. Af- : pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite are just you men reading paper

Neither do they like to be constantly short time ago, and entirely remodeled. ter taking up. the second bottle she kept i such sale the and same advertising together with the cost of who are not a success in your families. It is safe to say that
exhorted to beware of all the pitfalls You turn faucet and of
; to the a a jet house, and on the third bottle she Mrs. Carrie Mills-Lots 246 and frational over eighty per cent of you men in America know little about
destruction of good morals that water spouts up, not in a wild, irre- cooked and did all the house work fora lots A and B. Blk 35, Johns add to
; the army is supposed to be full of. sponsible way, but sedately and com- family of eight. I can get this testimonial SUrke-J17.40. the expenditures of your families except when you see the bills.

I As to the morals, the recruits, or pactly. You open your mouth, hold it for you if you care to haveit. 8-3-5L Marshal SILAS and KITE Collector. You have got to stop this sort of thing or you'll wreck the

, many of them, probably will have to over the orifice, turn the faucet and ." nation. A few weeks ago in Chicago a little woman with four
unlearn more that is detrimental the water enters gently, or if you turn Mr. Gillen has been requested to fur- TOWN TAX NOTICE.
to
'j Notice is hereby given that the following babies wrote note and later found her suicidein
the faucet more, it will be shot into this a pitiful they a
, them than what they will learn. Many nish full details regarding very described lands will be sold at Public Auctionon
] virtues in the your innards at any speed desired. unusual case, and her complete the First Monday in September 1917 it the park. She just couldn't find out how to keep her expenses
are taught army that The fountain was intended to fur- being the 3rd day of said month at Lawtey
are taught nowhere else, and constant nish only cool, sparkling refreshing statement will be published at an ear- in the County of Bradford. State of Florida down. Her allowance was $250 a month, but it might as well
much thereof
ly date. or so as will be to
r occupation and strict surveillance will water. So it does-"in the wee sma' Tanlac is sold by leading druggistsof pay the amount due for taxes herein necessary set op- have been $2,000 for all the good it did. She had no business

,f keep the boys out of vice. hours" after midnight At other timesit leading cities in the South; by D. such posite sale the and same advertising., together with the cost of training and she did not know how to buy.You've .
. The soldier like the is lukewarm to scalding hot, and it Major Bell-That of ,
rest of us, C. Cason in Starke; by Tomlinson- portion Block 26 East
,. knows that death will come to him is "a sight" to watch the stranger Maines Drug Company in Lake But- Lawtey Lawtey road.fronting 25 5 100 22 ft$2.45.on Starke and got to teach your families the use of money, and the

r sooner or later also that throubles within our gates trying to refresh him ler; by the Hampton Pharmacy in Green Irvin-Lot 16. Otfs subdivision East best way to teach them is by the example you set.

r more or less serious will come, as to middle self with of a the cool day.drink He of holds water the in fau-the Hampton; by the Cash Drug Store in C. H.Lawtey.Kettles-23 Block 5 22 50 in$Uu.East Lawtey. You men who are reading this article now probably spend

the rest of us. But'to keep us from Lawtey; by the Weaver Drug Com- 26 5 22 $4.30R. hundreds of dollars collectively in the stores of this town almost
cet open in the hope that the cool wa- pany in Raiford: by R. T. Taylor in F. Martin-Diagonal lot 7 and 3U acres
worrying store kind over what the future holdsin ter will come, but the liquid becomes Worthington and by C. A. Smith in in Lawtey Sec. 26,26 Tp.5 5 22 S. R. $6.45.22 E. in Town of daily. The example you set in spending your money will] be the

Providence has hiddenit hotter and hotter, and the stranger Advertisement. James Robinson-Blocks 46 and 49, East Law-
Sampson City.- example they follow in spending theirs. If try to save
from our eyes, and the soldier, no concludes that it comes from a hot tey 26 5 22 $1.80. you money,

more than any other person, makes spring. Mrs.23 M.5 l'adgeU-Block 22 $4.30. 9, East Lawtey they will try to save it, also. If you spend it recklessly, they

himself miserable by anticipation.When The pipe running across Call streetto A WORK OF ART. Marion Sams-Blocks 41 and 45, East Law- will do the same.
the fount laid shallow but tey 26 $1.80. I
the young recruit enters the until the street was was paved very it furnished 8-3-ot. Marshal L. L and SAPP If you read the advertising carefully, as every business man

f army, his new and interesting sur- reasonably cool water. Now the W. V. McLean is n-jt only a good Collector. should; if you pick out the best values in hats and shoes and
roundings so occupy his mind till his violinist but fastidious that he
sunheated bricks which make so
same NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED clothes and underwear, you will be setting an example that will
thoughts seldom wander away from the nights so delightfully warm, also does not consider the instruments in UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 488S.

his camp. The constant stir, his new heat the water. Of course, no one the market good enough. lie there- Notice is LAWS hereby OF given FLORIDA.that G. save you tons of misery.
P.
duties and the abundant and congen- could expect a board of aldermen to.. fore decided to make one to suit him- purchaser of tax certificate No. 82. dated Dover the You know better than anyone else that the stores that adver

ial comradeship give no time for foresee such a result, but reader, they i 3rd certificate day of in August.my office A. D.and 1914 has, has made filed appli-said tise are, as a rule, the most reliable stores. You know that such
self.After
brooding. Many of the really did not intend the fountain as cation for tax deed to issue in
young men a year's work at odd times, accordance with
.. who have a joke. law. Said certificate embraces the following stores offer the best values. You know what you ought to do-
entered the ranks
will nev- with other tools than knife described
no a jack ;: property situated in Bradford coun-
Why not disconnect the present pip- ty, Florida to-wit. so do itsGo
er see a battle but those who do will violin :
ing and lead the water from the court and sand paper, he has made a S\VJ4 of SWV,. Sec. 10, Tp. 6. S. R. 19
not do so at once and unprepared, but house yard, then it would be cool. that is not only perfect in form, but *.., 40 acres. The said being assessed at the through this advertising now for the things you intendto

will be steeled to the occasion by has such a deep, clear, mellow tone as of date Unknown.of issuance of such certifiacet in the name buy. Use the same good judgment in your personal purchasesas

us gradual have steps been hurt of training. Many of Old City's Pride. can only be found in the highest priced according Unless said to law certificate tax deed shall will issue be redeemed thereonon you do in your business affairs. Teach your family how to
during the excite- The of Quebec is Its citadel instruments. The faultless piecesof the 10th day of
pride Witness September A. D. 1917. buy. Teach, don't preach, and you won't be kicking at the bills
ment of putting out a fire or some- bill, from which there is a view that maple and spruce used were grownin my official signature and seal thia
the
27th day of July A. D. 1917 end of the month
when the rolls around.A
thing similar, and never knew of the no city In the world can match. It towers Bohemia and have been seasonedfor W. T. WEEKS .

hurt until the excitement was over. In almost sheer hundreds of feet 75 years. The inlaying with wood (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court. I business house is not the only thing that can go throughinsolvency.

entering a battle all is excitement.The above the St Lawrence on one side By R. A. WEEKS.
There far
around the edges has been faultlesslydone. 8-3'6t- are more bankrupt homes than factories.
and the city on the other, giving the Deputy Clerk. I
soldiers, as in dream follow
a Only the fingerboard, bridge, (Copyrighted.)
vision aide and sudden range of
their officers. The individual
con- tail and chinrest of wood
river and forest and parish and the far piece ebony
consciousness has ceased, all are of purple Laurentian were bought ready made.

one mind. The intelligence is numb To make a perfect violin requires

ed. Men are seen to fall, but this circumstance extreme care, for different parts of the .

which in normal times The New Age. top and bottom must be of different -
.' would inspire the beholder Fond Papa-"Well. son what did
with fear
Such be given -
. thickness. care can only
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you learn In school today? Son-"Aw,
and horror, makes no impression now.
to the most high-priced instrumentsbut Hats
not much, dad. We hadda couple of 11Uii'Straw
The din, the smoke, the noise the
ever two reelers In history, a three reel Mr. McLean's violin is made

changing scenes, the excitement, travelogue In geography, and a split strictly according to the rules laid

will carry the young soldier throughhis reel nature study. They useta give usa down by the masters of the art. He .

first battle before he is aware of wild West pitcher once In a while, has been richly rewarded for his pa-

it, and he may be even wounded and but they don't It no more.-" tient and careful work by an instru-

not know of it before he is back in Widow.
with
ment that in tone
can compare

camp again. any 1 Slimmer ui
He wit lthen be proud that his bap- To Remove the Mote. s

: tism of blood is over. Talking the When traveling one should always

: experience over with his comrades, he bear in mind that cinders. are apt to -

: will be fired with a desire to enter anew find their way into the eyes. An eyecup General InsuranceI
a lotion for bathing and a few
< battle. If he does, he will not be
flaxseed should be Included in your represent none but FIRST
so excited but will to render
try a package. A boracic acid solution will CLASS companies and will be
Letter account of himself than he did be found soothing for eyes that are In-
L the first time. Thus in course of time flamed from dust, wind or foreign mat- constantly on the alert to pro-
; he becomes a veteran. Young mote your interests. Guarantee
men ter.
courteous treatment to all pa. Hi. M. ALVAREZ
easily adapt themselves to new situa- 1t
trons. A well written policy bya
tions, and what may at first be regarded -
with fear and dread will, after Improved Ice-Cream Ccne. first-class agent in a first- ,,
To provide a substitute for the not class ,sometimes means
i company
the ice is once broken, be thought
always sanitary Ice-cream cone an Inventor much in case of loss by fire. 1 1I
commonplace. has patented a device that cutsa

The hard life led by the grandfath- core from a banana and replaces it H. C. RICHARD, Starke :

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,FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE '


ERRATUM.In RUSSELL ALVAREZ HURT STARKE IS BUILDING RAIFORD. i
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\ the notice of tax equalization for In Boston Hospital For Injuries From Construction Work of Different Kinds Mr. Howard -Stanton who is 1

r rHI r Bits of LocalInformation the town of Starke: published in the Explosion at Sea. Now Going On. nected with the ice factory at Lake con- r

Telegraph last week, the next meetingof Butler, was a business visitor to Rai- '

, the town council, when complaintsif Mr. S. L. Alvarez was in Jackson- In spite of the high cost of con- ford Wednesday. .

any will be heard, was stated to be ville Wednesday and from the motherof struction work, some building and remodeling'is B. Z. Matthews returned to Raiford
going on in Starke. with his well rig this week after
the of 17th. This com- I
on evening August Russell Alvarez, a brother of :Mr.
The owned G. C.
1- part by Livingstonin pleting several wells at Lake Butler.
Cr-u-sW was an error. The next regular meet- Errol Alvarez, of this city, learned the half block between Call and He has a number of wells to drill

) Wow ing will be held next Tuesday evening, that he had been hurt at sea. The let- Madison streets, east of Townsend .

August 7th.DEATH. ter imparting the information had street, between Mrs. Bonita Jones' and here.A. T. Mizell spent the week-end

-- II come from a hospital in Boston, Mass., Dr. Francis' office building, will be occupied with his family here. He is employedby

: ----d. OF LITTLE GIRL. where he is an inmate. The details by two brick buildings. The a sawmill company in St. George,

Wash Skirts, 98 cents at Sternberg's I I The Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion were very meagre, only stating that northernmost, to replace the Ford Ga- Ga.Rev.

, will meet next Tuesday, Aug. Lucile the little 5-year old daughter one of his legs had been blown off in rage, will have 34 feet front and run Johin P. Coffiin has leased a
Mr. Matthew Rhoden and family, 7th, at 4 o'clock, with Mrs. M. M. back 96 feet. It will have a plate glass large tract of tie timber to Messrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gorman, died an explosion, and it is not known if
have moved to Starke. the I front and concrete floor Heavy "I" Dowling and Mann, who went to Jack-
Jacksonville, Fryer, at Episcopal rectory.
,
. s".., .., of Tuesday, July 31st, of congestive fev- the explosion was an accidental one beams will be used in construction and sonville with Mr. Coffin Saturday to .,

er. The interment was at Santa Fe or if it was from the torpedo of a sub- all the material will be on the ground complete deal with the Gress Man- 0
R< -T. J. Collins, of Brooker, was in Common peaches of medium size retail a
Pond cemetery Wednesday, Rev. W. marine. :More news is awaited. I this week. When ready the buildingwill ufacturing Co. '

; L.. town Monday. in Starke at 20 cents a dozen. G. Law of the Baptist church, officiat- Errol Alvarez has another brother be occupied by Messrs. A. W. andG. Mrs. J. Ed. Byrd .and children returned -

; :,. Wonder what the producer -gets for ing. The many friends of Mr. and who follows the sea, Percy Alvarez, A. Anderson, the agents for Ford Monday from a two-weeks' vis- .i.
Inez Moitt left Monday for a
:Miss them? cars here, as a and salesroom. it to her
Mrs. Gorman deeply sympathize with whois one, of the engineers of the garage parents at Waldo.
s visit 'with relatives at Jacksonville. Adjoining on the south will be :Mr.
an- W.
them in their bereavement. steamship Lenape, formerly of the M. Purvis is here this week. ..
Materials for dipping vats. Now is other brick building, 21x96 feet built visiting his brother, Mr. Clem Pu-
Rnb-My-Tism-Antiseptic, Anodyne the time to build them. Quigley Lum- Clyde line, now a transport in the gov- similarly to the first. It will be occupied vis at the State Farm. Mr. Purvis is

-Kills pain, stops putrefaction. ber & Supply Co. METHODIST CHURCH.Rev. ernment service. Percy Alvarez has by the Starke Vulcanizing in business in New York. I

already made one journey to France Works, Robert Burrows, Manager.C. Commissioner of Agriculture, W. A.

Joseph Bolt, of Brooklyn, was in Mrs. N. A. Blitch, of Tallahassee, T. L. Z. Barr, pastor of the and was there the Fourth of July, N. Cooper contractor. McRae was at the State Farm Mon-

town Thursday. Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards and little Methodist church in this city, is assisting when the French so heartily celebrated The store occupied by Rome J. An- day.Hon.

Miss Lucile Horne, of Ocala, are visit- Rev. A. T. Galloway in a revival the national holiday. These boys drews, men's outfitter, owned by C. F. A. Z. Adkins, Supt. E. R. Pop-

Justice B. D. Kelly, of Raiford, wasa ing Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh at Kingsleylake. meeting at Baldwin this week. became fatherless at an early age, but I, Pace is having the front remodeled. pell and Assessor N. D. Wainwrigth
Rev. who is of the I I The brick work is removed and
visitor to Starke Monday. Galloway, pastor began to shift for themselves and being all prominent men of Starke were
Southern Methodist church in Lawtey, the whole front will be of plate glass in town Tuesday on business.Mr. .
have, we are glad to state made good.A .
,
will occupy the pulpit of our Metho- making it a very handsome store. J. J. C. Byrd has gone to Atlanta,
Mr. B. L. Law was a visitor to Mrs. C. A. Mixon left !
Sunday even- dist church in this city next Sunday, R. Tison is the contractor. where he will probably take a position
Gainesville last week. ing for a visit with relatives in Gaines- morning and night. .He is a strong HAPPY DAY. Work is still going on at the fine that was recently offered him. Mr.

ville, Ga. Mrs. Mixon was accompanied preacher, and all who attend will be and large bungalow being built by J. Byrd has been cashier of the Citizens

Hon. A. Z. Adkins spent Sunday in as far as Jacksonville by her hus- delighted and blessed by coming. Every -I Last Friday was a very happy dayat T. Quigley on his lots on Jefferson Bank of Raiford for nearly eight years :

Gainesville with relatives.Lot band, Mr. C. A. Mixon. service in the Methodist church in the M. E. parsonage, it being the street, between the old school house and has many friends here who regret -

this city will be taken care of duringthe 2nd anniversary of Rev. and Mrs. and Clark street. to see him leave.

second hand lumber and fram- Lawn 'mowers at Starke HardwareCo. short absence of the pastor. A Barr's wedding. Two Rev.I I W. N. Murdaugh's new bungalowon Several of the farmers In this section -

ing for sale. N. B. Hull. cordial invitation is extended to the and Mrs. Barr had beautiful years ago church the site of his former City Hotel, are getting ready to pick cotton
public: to attend services with us and a is now almost completed. It has been and considerable scattered cotton is

Mr. J. S. Eunice, of Lawtey, wasI Bishop Edwin G. Weed spent Monday share in the blessings which come to wedding Apalachicola.The at First. M. E. Church, South, built in a very thorough manner, andso opening. The gin in Raiford has just
planned.that it be used for
business Saturday.j us. may a had a new boiler and engine installed .
here on
j I night rt the Episcopal; rectory REV. T. L. Z. BARR, -, leading colors in the decora- boarding house as well as a private and has been put in shape for a big ,
t with Dr. and Mrs. M. M. Fryer. He Pastor. tions residence. All the modern improve
Miss
were pink and green, and The here
season. is estimated at
Ichabod Rowe of crop
j Mr. E. Lawtey, I conducted com-njnion Tuesday !
an early ments are being installed.
Barr and
planned arranged dinner from half
a a quarter to a million dol-
|,- cpentSaturday in Starke. I mornirf. MRS. DAVIS ENTERTAINS.Mrs. for Mr. and :Mrs. Barr on Friday I The Town. of Starke has had sur- I .
made for storm water lars.Hon.
veys
! evening, using these colors. This was a sewer S. T.: Dowling received Wed- r
Mrs. A. C. Rowe of Lawtey was
: ,
Mrs. E. W. Harris and little along Pennsylvania avenue to lead
I the first of the son, L. A. Davis entertained the quite a happy surprise to Mrs. Barr. drain nesday a carload of hogs. He will
! visiting here during Billy of Jacksonville and Mrs. E. H. water from Walnut street to the
ladies of the Methodist church last Many were the sweet expressionsshe railroad ditch along Front street. The feed some of these but has sold a

L. week. Smith, of Philadelphia, are visiting at Thursday afternoon by giving a silver received from her husband and the work will probably begin soon. I Dumber to other parties. Mr. Dowl-
f the home of their parents, Dr. and four I. ing has a big crop of corn as well as
tea for the benefit of the local work. children. If others who need building work
,0'r: No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever. Mrs. J. C. Wills.McCormick done other follow good crops of other farm produce fror
The study circle also met in connec- or improvements, will -
1: It is the most speedy remedy we know. which he will net quite handsome re.
tion with the silver tea, and the time JOINED AVIATION CORPS. the example set by Mesa-s. Livingston turns this
f'W. mowers and rakes at Pace, Quigley and Murdaugh, year.
was spent studying a chapter from
L. Starling came down from Starke Hardware Company. money will be put in circulation and There will be a cemetery workingnext
"The New South"1 and listening to Messrs. George A. Anderson and
and attended to bus- at the
Lawtey Saturday the "tight" business situation amel- Thursday Sapp cemeterynear
music. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins favored the William Stringfellow, two of Starke's
I iness. Misses Mary and Sarah Byers, of iorated. The war will be apt to keepon Raiford. Everyone interested is
Georgia, have been visiting Mr. and company with a beautiful solo. The well known young men, enlisted Mon- a good while longer and it is no use expected to be on hand with some kind
1j j of about five dollars was donatedfor day in the aviation corps of the Unit- of tool to use in cleaning the
sum
Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr will have as her Mrs. A. L. Alvarez and other rela- I waiting for materials to become up ceme-

I guest for the coming week, Mrs. J. M tives. On their return home they will the local church work. ed States Army.ST. cheaper. If anything is to be done, do tery. The ladies will furnish dinnerso

' Glass of Apalachicola. Mrs. Davis, the hostess, served deli- i it now. the work can go on all day.
I be accompanied by Miss Lorena Alva- cious sandwiches and ice tea. MARK'S CHURCH. Hon. T. B. Iandley has been com-

rez. CHARLIE TOM IN TROUBLE. pelled to return to Jacksonville, and
j Miss Louise Floreus, of Jacksonville, o
underwent the side of
an operation on
, Sunday school 10
a. m.
A SUCCESSFUL CONVENTION.The .
several this week with Mrs. -
spent days BUILDING MATERIALS- his face and neck Tuesday. His many
; Emma Richard. That's our business. Quigley Lumber I _- Morning service prayer and ser- Charlie Tom, the Chinese laundryman friends here are anxious for his wel-

&; iIUPPlY0.: members of the Christian church mon, 11 a. m. wile arrested :Monday afternoonon fare, as the cancer with which he has :

For altering, cleaning or pressingof of Bradford county met in conventionat No. evening service next Sunday. a charge of attempted assault, pre- been troubled for some time is now

clothes, go to-M. Leviton. Mrs. Eryena Reynolds who is visit- Sampson City Saturday and Sunday BAPTIST ferred by: a white woman. The assault, taking on a rather severe turn.J. .

ing her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Johns, July 28-29. This was one of the most CHURCH. acceding: to statement, had been attempted T. Lewis, of the Raiford Tribune,

Rev. T. L. Z. Barr left Monday for went up to Jacksonville Wednesday to successful conventions the church has in his laundry,.to which the spent Saturday in Jacksonville con-

Baldwin, where he will assist in a see her husband who is a patient in held in this There The services were fairly well at- lady aid been lured when she came ferring with F. E. Coffee, of Atlanta, t
ever county. wasa
protracted meeting at the Methodist one of the hospitals there. fine attendance and splendid ad- tended both morning and evening for to Trm: a ring fo vcik. who is the head of the southern branch t
of the Western Newspaper Union. .
vacation times. The music
special
was
church. The accused was released on a $300
dresses at every service on Saturday There has been a deficiency of rain ;
Wm. T. Goolsby, aged 18 years, was the crowds especially fine. bond for his appearance in Judge Gar- this }
and on Sunday morning in part of Bradford county so far
Mr. and Mrs. John Hardee and two in Jacksonville last week and enrolledin gathered from all directions until by The B. Y. P. U. is doing well for I I diner's court this (Friday) morning at this year but the quantity has been

children of Fernandina recent the service of the United States hot weather.
were 10 o'clock a crowd estimated at 500 10 o'clock. sufficient to make the corn crop safe ""
visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. navy as apprentice seaman. He has people was present.No The pastor and his son will exchange and there is a prospect of by far the 1

L. A. Davis. returned to Starke, subject to call: at such crowd had ever gatheredat pulpits next Sunday, he goingto To Cure a Cold In One Dry largest crop ever grown in this sec-

any time. Mayo and his son remaining here. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the tion. Sweet potatoes and other cropsare

Big piles of cross ties are found on this little place before but the peo-in Blanchard will have charge of both Cough Druggists and refund Headache money and if work it fails 08 the to Cold.cure. looking well and the future looks
ple of Sampson City were prepared
:, the depot grounds and shipments are Men's shirts from 60 cents to $3.50at services and I bespeak for hint a good $. W. GROVE'S signature on each bon 2S& bright for the farmers.
to care for them. Even to
every way
made almost daily.wy Sternberg's. hea!=n .
the bountiful dinner where there was S
W. G. LAW,
!) I
than to satisfy the
: far more euogh .
After visit with relativesand
pleasant .
a Pastor.
No. 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious I crowd.At '
the friends Mrs. Janie Woodward and great I Used for Twenty YearsAlways
: Fever. It kills germs. the 11 a. m. service the crowd
daughters Misses Julia and Elizabeth, NOTICE.
had to such proportions that bas given satisfaction. Red Cross Liver
will go to Gainesville tomorrow for a grown I Medicine is one of the dependable old-time reme
\ W. F. Edwards is having the roof of visit, after which they wll return to while Mullady preached in the house. All persons are hereby warned that En dies. All over tie South It bu relieved suffererJCromBIIIonaeM I J
his-cottage on West Call street re- the Rev. W. T. Mc- Lire ConplalatnilioBS
i their home in Jacksonville.The to congregation, all debts made by Mrs. Lena Fullwood Cello lihcBMiitlf Pal..

: ...' shingled. Guire, pastor of the Sampson City are subject to her orders and not .t qtr Co.tlrB... SIrk II.......*

e' telegraph line along the Wan- church went outside and from a.wag mine, and that they do same at their Dfupepsla Soar Momaeh
\ J. L. Reines, of Brunswick, Ga., has on in the grove preached to the hun- risk. htw :fl Red Cross Liver Mediclno
nee branch has been reconstructed and own '
arrived and will be a clerk in J. M. in the house. ,aM Purely vegetable; does not sicken. Sold )In powrt..r f
is now in working order. After fin- dreds that could not get C. C. FULLWOOD, ..rtsvaauvta form; may be used dry or easily made into ligu.J. ;

Mitchell's drug store. ishing this work the force of line men Splendid talks on the need of the Miami, Fla. I PR'fE2De The geanfneRc.' Cr...Liver Medicine l. i ide oulj by J i
L mid week meeting were made CASH 11ROS DRUG:: CO.. Inc.. Jacksonville. Fla. .
went to Waldo to reconstruct the tel- prayer .
Ned Williams has grown and :S Cents a hoSe at dnirKlxt and I. !funeral .to.... \
egraph line between that place and by Mrs. J. Allen, Rev. McGuire andJ. You get all the important national, or postpaid from the manufacturer. ,1
brought to the market some fine blick Cedar Key. N. Daugherty. state county news in the Telegraph. f

2 eye. peas. Other speakers well worth listeningto

We handle nothing but building ma- on important topics, were M. J.
Mr.'Tom Gill of Savannah has been terials and can furnish you anything Sapp. W. G. Seals, J. R. Bevill and HANDS ARMS UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I STATE COLLEGE for WOMEN I

visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. from a nail or screw to a completed others. The best treat of the after- GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE

. Joe Edwards. house. Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. noon was in the two addresses "Men's High Moral Intellectual Standards College of the Highest Rank I

Need of the Bible School" by J. B. LIMBS ASLEEP Liberal Arts Liberal Arts, Education, Music, Expression -
.. Seed Irish potatoes 150 bushels, Mr. Wiley Wainright was a week- Crews and "The Bible School's Needof neering, Education, Law Agriculture Graduate School.Engi- Physical Education, Art, !
nearly sold out. N. B. Hull. end visitor to his mother, Mrs. Julia The conventionwas Home Economics
Allen. I
Men" by J. Send for Catalogue and ViewsA.
Wainright, and other relatives here. a spiritual feast to the last min- And Was Run-Down, Weak and A. MURPHREE, Write for Catalogue and Views i
New sweet potatoes are being ship- Mr. Wainright served in Mexico until EDW. CONRADI,
ute, Bro. McGuire bringing the final Nervous Says Florida Lady. President. ,
President.
ped from Starke daily. Also sweet po- the troops were mustered out last in the closing sermon I

tato vines in small quantities.Miss spring, and he came here for a good- great Sunday message night. Five Bottles of Cardni

bye visit to relatives before leavingthe The Christian church at Sampson Made Her Well r
Sue Liddon, of Jacksonville, the fighting in I
state
to
join army City is less than a year old and less I
while there !
is at Kingsley lake and France.
}." is the guest of Mrs. J. M. Truby. than 30 members, but they are strongin Kathleen, Fla.-Mrs. Dallas Prine, PERSONAL) PREPAREDNESS J'j
i the spirit of the Master and are of this place says: "After the birth
1f. Rowand has been busy this week of my last child...! got very much
to things.
Mrs. B. C. Willis of Jacksonville, going on great >
from the
moving seats and apparatus run-down and weakened BO much
arrived Wednesday for a visit with Hopson Theatre to his new quarters in The next convention will be held at that I could hardly do anything at 1

J i.,: .Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Mrs. W. H. the Andrews theatre building, oppo- Graham the last Saturday and Sundayin all I was so awfully nervous thatI Keep closely in touch with| your: affairs. '
Graham. October. The officers for the -coming could scarcely endure the least
s: site the court house, and Contractor noise. My condition was getting
Quigley has kept a large force of car- :year are as follows: worse all the time... Know just where} you stand*[financially.)) '

it Get a safety deposit box in a penters busy to get the remodeling of President, J. Allen. I knew I must have some relief or
.. you and Vice President, J. N. Daugherty. I would soon be in the bed and in a Be able to determine exactly whatjit/ costs 1
fireproof vault for your papers the building finished in time. The
Secretary-Treasurer, M. J. Sapp. serious condition for I felt BO badly
-t valuables at the Bradford County BankT. first moving picture show will be held and was BO nervous and weak I could to live. .

i there this (Friday) evening. VISITED STATE FARM.Mr. hardly live. My husband asked Dr. I
M. Hodge of Hampton has mov- about my taking CarduL He I Armed with this information, every; ndiviuat -
said, 'It's a good medicine and
,
ed with his to his place in the People are building, improving and good will be in much
family a very better positionfo
and Mrs. L. A. Davis had as f cr that trouble', so he got me 5 bot- <
Willard settlement, northeast of this repairing steadily no stagnation usual"here is, week-end guests Captain J. R. Hardee tles...After about the second bottle I order his financial resources tothe| best
that's right. "Business as
felt greatly Improved..before
city. of Fernandina. While here takingit
the slogan that will keep people busy, and family my limbs and hands and arms advantage. .
the channels of trade open and help to Captain Hardee and son, with Mr. Davis would go to sleep. After taking it,
t Epperson'
Mrs. W. and Miss Cas- S. Matthews made trip to
J. and E. a
win the war. Quigley Lumber. & Sup- however, this poor circulation disap-
A checking account with the. Bank of
sie White are guests of Mrs. D. M. Co. the State Farm and Raiford.. Like all peared. My strength came back to
ply
ss. ? Gornto and Miss Ruby Gornto in Jack- visitors to the farm Captain Hardeewas me and I was soon on the road to Starke is one of the first aids to successful
sonville Beach. greatly surprised to see the extent health. After the use of about 5 bottles -
Atlantic
and, OX HIS WAY TO FRANCE. of the improvements that have I could do all my house-work financing i

been made in the short time since the and attend to my six children be- 1
n: Closing out Palm Beach trousers at sides."
Willie Jones, a Starke boy; who has farm was established.
Sternberg's. You can feel safe in giving Cardui BANK OF STARKE
enlisted in the field artillery wrote his a thorough trial for your troubles. It

J }Jr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch have bin sister, Miss Reba Jones, from an At- Piles Cared In e to 14 Days contains no harmful or hablt-formins j
he Viler dntrriit will refund money If PAZO drugs but Is composed of mild, State, 'County and City Depository
Jacksonville: for several days past lantic port a short time ago, that OINTMENT tails to ears coy case of Itehmg.BiindBleedingotProtrndIng vegetable I ,
medicinal Ingredients with
Piles in 6tol4daysThe no
.
He I
.: at the bedside of their eldest son, was about to embark for France. first allll'alonI"c5 Erse and Res-t. .'J>t I bad after-effects. Thousands of women STARKE FLA. "

Hamilton, who has undergone a serious is probably on the sea at this writingand -- ---- have voluntarily written telling of i ,
at Rogers' Hospital He it is hoped that he will not be a Read the Bradford County Tele- the good Cardui has done them. It j
operation
:1- f, is recovering fast. submarine victim. graph-the home paper. should help you, too. Try It. E 74 jI I l n





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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1917
PAGE SIX ,

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.t Y.' I- STATE LIVE STOCK BOARD IN I I COUNTY FAIR BOOMING. 537-John Wilson Pinholster, Brooker. 1130-James Mitchell, Dukes. MEDICINE VS. FOOD. .

r OOOOOOOODOGV0000 TICK ERADICATION WORK \ Leonard George Davis, Lawtey. Do not
buy something
: 1 6GAlfredIuse, Lawtey. 1157-Lucas Kelley, New River. which yon
the Bradford
COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS I From all indications you feed your horses, cattle and the
718-DeWitt Cecil
Jones Starke. 710 Fred Sapp, Starke.
-
for That Work. County Fair next fall will far exceed sheep, but when want
you
f, E> Appropriated $35,000 medicine
752-William Marion ,
Wainwright, 678 Charles Edgar Dees, Starke.
") Coo00 0". O ooO O $25,000 For Hog Cholera. any ever given in this county. The Starke. 118-Fulton- McKinney Townsend, buy only medicine. This is what you
h directors and managers are hard at already have. You have food
half mill tax 227-Nathaniel Williams, Lake But- Lake Butler.701Herman which
Count-A
i- Hernando work planning and getting things in get in B. A. Thomas' Stock
[: has been levied for agricultural pur- The state live stock sanitary board shape for the event. At the last meet- ler. Clower Crosby, Starke. We sell it and guarantee it to Remedy.be i F
last week and vot- 290-L. 0. Jones Johnstown. Pinholster med-
met in Tallahassee 508-Truby Baxter ,
jh poses. ing of the directors, plans were made icine. We tell you that it will tone
from the funds provided 399-Perry Davis Brown, Lulu. Brooker. up
,{ ed to appropriate .
for the colored
* i for erecting a building the entire system of z-
your stock
the legislature for use of the 281-Lee Eubanks, Lake-Butler. 505-Olen Broward Hazen, Brooker. and
h demonstration by that take apart fOrTo
County-One folks in order they may aids digestion, thereby
r. Gadsden board the sum of $35,000 for eradica- 448-William Henry Beasley, Brooker. 737-Oscar Mitchell, Starke. causing them
plot of corn in this county gives in the fair and display their to get all of the food value out of
work- the
ticks and tA
r hundred tion of cattle fever a track which 220-Percy Lawton, Lake Butler.
The
of one products. race by
promise of a yield with the federal authorities 673-Lucius grain that you feed them.-Sold
i. the ing arrangement the way is one of the principal amuse- Hayes, Sampson City. 813-Clifford McFashion, Starke. by roIl
* bushels to acre. was agreed upon. ments, will be shaped more per- 464-Charley Bryant Prescott, 304-Hiram Lincoln Clemons, Lulu. D. C. Jones, Starke, July 618 20 27.
up
,r. been referred by Brooker. oil
The details have 1169-Jerry Anderson, New River.
additionto
* fect and will be clayed. In J0!
' Santa Rosa County-The campaign Dr. E. M. Nighbert, inspector in this the judge's stand will be builtso 730-William Whittemore, Starke. 876-James H. Mott, Hampton. IUar.
, the cattle tick is taking tick eradication work in 1128 Offie Dukes. Harris
to eradicate charge of that the lower story will containthe Perry 384-Aleck Dukes.
i'; a hold of the farmers in this county. Florida for the United States bureauof band stand.Something 1089-John Henry McNeal, Dukes. 188-Samuel Singer, Lake Butler. Ut
H
I At least one hundred attended the last animal industry, to department of- they did not have last 110-Henry W. Burney, Lawtey. 956-Brady Johns, Raiford. \
of the county commissioners D. C., for final I 471-Edwin Davis Brooker. ai
,
meeting ficials at Washington .
I year will be a perfect demonstrationof 1201 TO 1256.
for building
* asking for appropriations approval. the actual growing of garden stuff, I 689-Ed Williams, Starke. A u
' of the board will 512-Joseph Samuel Stewart, Brook- .
dipping vats. The general policy 698-Thomas Albert, Starke.
< etc., with a complete irrigation plantThe
ES/ be to furnish a state inspector to each plant wil Ibe installed by the er.894Fred. 261-Clifford Dixon Moore, Lake
R
Washington County-A cloudburst county, which takes up official tick Campbell Irrigation Company, of Flume, Hampton. I Butler. crto.
G in this county the second week in July eradication work by appropriating the Jacksonville. For this demonstrationthe 370-Walter Neal Clyatt, Lulu. I 907-Wallace Golden, Sapp.

& caused much damage. One bull and funds for building dipping vats and E. A. Martin Seed Company of 1124-Stephen Benjamin Dennison, 172-William Frank Oglesby, Lake HARDWAREW toU

[ several hogs were killed by lightning. charging them with the arsenical so- the same city, will furnish the seed. Dukes. I Butler.
; There is not a man in the county, in lution so that the cattle owners can dip The committee on amusements will 898-Abe Beckem, Hampton. 200-Solomon Wilson, Lake Butler. PC

I t town or out, who does not have a warp their stock free of cost. meet in Jacksonville next Friday to 1253-DeWitt Keith Mill, Fla. 376-Otis Bielling, Lulu. W

. garden. However, the official direction of the make plans for the amusement part, 143-Guy Vinson Phillips, Lake But- 192-Allen Wilson Thomas, Lake "
will be under direct ler. .
work in each county Butler.233Jesse
such shows carnivals etc. It is
as ,
!i Dade County.-One farmer has fifty charge of an expert organizer and hoped a good clas sof shows will be se- 120-Sidney Panel Padgett, Lake I James Morris, Lake But- A o*'
; supervisor from the United States bureau Butler.434William. ler.
Para that is doing cured. At any rate, we can look for a t
of grass
t, acres of animal industry, working under Mason Tison, Lake 977-Teddie E. Lewis, Raiford. 3
the is and successful fair this
of his field grass bigger more
well. In one R
-, stand. instructions from Dr. E. M. Nigh- fall-Lake Butler Times. Butler.256Joseph. 796-Harry Stern, Starke. f
f four feet high and is a perfect extinct in bert. The state inspector in reality Raulerson, Lake Butler. 578-Herman Thomas, Starke. .

Razorbacks are becoming becomes the assistant director of tick 621-Allen S. Kelley Starke. 203-Seamore Edmon Robinson, Lake
;
is OUT OF DATE.In E
FODDER PULLING
and the scrub cow going .
Dade county,
[? eradication work in the county where 660-Mitchell Dunkins, Sampson. Butler.
buffalo in the west. .
[I the way of the he is assigned, and he will supervise City. 611-Oliver Jackson, Starke. J

," building of dipping vats, dipping of sight of the railroad from Jack- 1060-Chief Spring, Raiford. 403-Romas Mixon Bielling, Lake
C. Jones
Dade County.-A. T. Carter of Ken- cattle and help organize the work in sonville to Tallahassee there are just 1203-Johnnie Benjamin Watts, Butler. 1
| of his registerI' four farms which the fodder has
on Starke.
dall, offers the services that county. 196-Robert Fulton Rivers, Lake' (
ed Jersey bull and his registered Du- Method of ProcedureR. been pulled. From DeFuniak to Talla- 485-Charley Johnson Brooker. Butler. Starke, Florida I

roc-Jersey boar to anyone in the coun- W. Storrs, a member of the board hassee there is not one to our knowl- 2-George Wilmot Brown, Lawtey. J.

ty free. Mr. Carter has followed this says: "The ideal way of putting in edge. Five year ago nearly every field 264-Alonzo Eugene Mixon, Lake I
;': liberal policy for several years. county dipping vats is for the county would have been thus robbed. Yes, we Butler. 1 i iI

commissioners to furnish all the ma- are making progress. DeFuniak 1088-Allen Carlton, Dukes. I I :

new terials, which it is necessary to buy, Springs Breeze.POSITION 215-Matthew Flowers. Lake Butler.] I
least eight
, Duval County-At in this such as cement, lumber: and possiblythe 500-Barney J. Dowling, Brooker. II
i silos have just been completed available in the i OF REGISTRANTSAS 385-Boston Price Lulu.
filled gravel if it is not Mr Farmer l'l'I
all of which are being .
i :' with county corn, that is yielding from twelve community. The farmer in each community SHOWN BY OFFICIAL LIST L ,

I tons of silage to the acre. should transport the materialto From .tt6. . .i
to eighteen
Co 3.
the vat site and furnish the labor ( Page ) I I
I ,
The dairymen around Jacksonville are $) ADVERTISING WILL DO IT.
i for building the vat and holding pens. I ,
awake to the necessity of either growing 0 I
I their feed or quitting business. "While dipping vats are of simple 193-Henry Roland Thomas, Lake eThe billions of dollars that our <8>
I : construction under ordinary conditionsa Butler. <$> and C :
governments
foreign nations -
group of inexperienced workmenare 333-Claud Ardell Gainey, Lake But- ', Have of
I are borrowing from our <> thought
Suwannee County-On July 9, 6,000 very liable to make mistakes in ler. people will be spent right in this $ you

cans ordered from the American Can mixing the materials, laying out the 853-Sun Dossie, New Medford, & country for food stuffs and
war .
I- Co. May 14, were delivered. We could site or building the holding pens, as it Conn.791Hiram. I
K
supplies of all kinds. The bulk <8>
twice that number but it is too late becomes necessary to have an exper- Andreu Starke
use Prescott SILO feed :
$>
of this >
will find its in <$ i to
now to order them. By this order, ienced supervisor on the job to direct 1165-John Albritton, New River. <$, to the money hands of the millions way of Q a save
farmers have saved two hundred dol- the men and see that the work is done 235-Hugh Hall, Lake Butler. &
wage earners, and they in turn
lars on the price of the cans, and many properly. 971-Ernest Byrd, Raiford. '
?' will spend most of it for < >
liberally
j
dollars worth of food. "Some counties have both high and 330-Jesse Harris Pearce, Guilford. ''\ the necessities of life. This community <$>i which might otherwise I II
low water levels, necessitating differ-
Lake Butler.
147-George Riley, 3* will get its share of those <8>
Escambia County-The pig club boys''ent methods of construction. Others 39-Wesley Tillis, Starke. (> billions. I
and their have a variety of soil conditions requiring J. Starke.
their work 653-Lawrence Moody $
are interested in The SHREWD home merchant
A pigs are doing nicely. We are having particular methods of excava- 273-James Denman, Lake Butler. 1 knows this, and is already map- & I to waste?
the walls from caving.
tion to !
showers daily and sweet potatoes are protect 670-Lige Bradshaw Sampson City. 3> ping out an extensive advertising *> I go
fast vines can be Inspector is Necessary 510-Perry Sweat, Brooker.
being planted as as $ campaign to offset the tremen- <> I
secured. While the crop is held back "Even where county vats are put in 917-Anderson J. Harnage, Starke. dous efforts of mail order houses Q I' i I I Ii

;., by the shortage of vines, there are by contract, it is necessary to havean 35-Charley Sanford McClellan, & and large city merchants. He will It's almost t tI

more potatoes now planted in this inspector present to see that every- Starke.765Clarence. get his, for advertising will bring 3 i as important as a i ij I
county than ever before. thing is done right. When systematictick Ellerson, Starke. 3' it to him. L I Ii \

eradication work is stated the 47-Jerry Miller Davis, Lawtey. merchant who forgets dipping must be done under supervision 936-Connell Lovett, Raiford. j 'i !
The
Baker Count farmers have to advertise, who expects to in
of state and federal authorities
in the 111-Matthew Myers, Lawtey. + increase his business without 3 I i iI !
bred .
bought all of the pure hogs order to get the county released from 36-t-John Martin Douglass, Lake a I .
has or- & proportionate increase in i
and the county agent legitimate -
county the
tick fever quarantine, so impor-
ders for twenty more, which will be' tance of the state live stock sanitary Butler. Allen Parrish, Lake '?' publicity expense, may discover '*>I Lumber and Co. :
125-George '* Quigley Supply
bought from the State Farm in Brad- board representative is apparent. Butler. to his cost that he is de- <> !
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this creasing it instead. G
ford county. The farmers in coun- "The is spreading out in
campaign I
522 Otis Williams Barry, Brooker. .
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The Starke
feed and ? public takes Fla.
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lots of hog man's
have every
ty grown ever widening circles, and it will require 466-James Clark, Brooker. number. I .
for raising >
are arranging pastures the most careful placing of the I
hogs as fast as possible. 74-Marcus F. Brown, Lawtey. <> -> C'vG> <$> <$> <> 0000 I .
more men to accommodate every county 626-Oran Morgan, Starke. /
.- which is ready to start the work. 591-Raiford V. Alvarez, Starke. -

:. Taylor County-Much interest is be- Hog Cholera Control 503-Samuel Lemoris Mott, Brooker. .

ing shown by the pig club boys to see The board also appropriated $25,000for 295-Willie Winiford Duren, Guiti i

who can produce the heaviest pig at hog cholera control and appointeda ford.1241Harris.

,: least cost. The boys' pigs will average committee to work out the best plan Smith Roebuck Theressa. N. T. RITCH, Pret. W.T. Weeks Vice.Pr J. H. RITCH, Cashier {
I at eight months, about one hundred for administering the fund, to secure -1

y and ninety pounds. In one section of the largest -measure of protection to 865; -Charley Geter, Hampton. .
the county where crops were held back the hog owners of the state with the 177-Lonnie V. Mann, Lake Butler.

I 1 during the summer drouth, a splendid funds available. 167-James Oswell Cone, Lake But-

i .. growth has been made since the rains ler. Bradford County BankBradford

I s : began. TOO EARLY FOR IRISH POTA 201-Richard Arthur Filmore, Lake
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Butler. >
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\ and club 141-Charles T. Barrett, Lake Butler -
, i/ Clay County-The corn pig is too early to plant the fall crop j

, 1>: boys enjoyed a four-days' camping of Irish potatoes, says C.-McQuar- County's Financial Stronghold. .1 ji
lake in July. The 754 George Hutson, Dublin, Ga.
I j.- trip to Kingsley rie of the University of Florida exten- .1i
deal to the 908 James Beaty, Sapp.
. f trip was worth a great sion division. August 20 is usually i

,. boys personally and to the future interest given as the earliest date for plant- 1019-Samuel 842-Georga W.Jamison Whitehead, Starke.Raiford. Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bankat 1
The boys over ,
r in agriculture. Central
ing the fall in North and
I the county were brought in closer Florida, or eighty crop days before the first 1140-Joseph Leonard Harrison, close of business June 20th 1917. I,
! touch with each other, a comradeship Worthington.
[ 1\\ frost. Two or three weeks later is
enthusiam 708 James Knox Thrower, Starke
t j was formed, and a greater best for South Florida. -

. for their work was created. The great crop in the Hastings sec- 992-Ben Roberts, Raiford. RESOURCES LIABILITIES
495-WaIter Fuller Litchfield, Brooker. -
.; tion this spring is a good illustration,
,} St. Lucie County-The county agent of the fact that the Irish potato is a Loans and Discounts $155,747.45 Capital Stock paid in 25000.00 !

: Las just moved into the new office cold weather crop. The backward GS-Dave Carter, Lawtey. Bradford County School Warrants 16199.40 Surplus fund 10,000.00 ,,
634 DeSue, 'Starke.
i building that was erected for his ex- spring during which time the weather 366-Drayton-Joseph William Witt, Lulu. Town of Starke Bonds 2,000,00 Undivided profits less expenses paid 7965.85 I'j j
elusive use. It is being fitted up with remained cold and cold rains fell frequently -
f. all the necessary equipment and fur- had much to do with the good Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 Cashier's checks outstanding 1 1,158.92All

niture. A part of the equipment is a yields. I other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 Deposits 247134.23

I r small library containing books on all The small potatoes from the spring' Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 572.08

phases of agriculture, such as agri- crop if they have been taken care of SGARMN1SUPPLY
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.. cultural chemistry, soils, fertilizers, properly, will be suitable seed for fall Cash on hand and in Banks 89764.73

l r. dairying, feeding of stock, forage planting. It will probably be uselessto

'. crops, breeds of animals, insects affecting plant for a crop larger than needed YOU? TOTAL $291,259.00 TOTAL $291,259.00 i i0

plants, fungus and bacterial for home consumption, as the fall crop .
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diseases of plants, encyclopedia of hor- cannot be shipped to advantage in 14d.1ilitdt bffj
i ticulture, etc. In addition to the office competition with the northern grown Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transactionof

equipment fitted for the a small purpose laboratory of carrying is being on crop. IllllllllllllkUl business is offered by us. Absolute safety, perfect convenience

, t'; minor agricultural tests and analyses. BERRY ACREAGE AVERAGE.WILL BE UP TO prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank.


\ \ r Now is the GET time READY.that your hens will PLANT CITY-, Aug. 2.-There is I 4'Q&4' 1 Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of our

i .. moult or shed their feathers. This hardly any doubt that the acreage of best attention at all times.Bradford .
E process is rather slow and Naturet strawberries in the Plant City section GARDEN and FIE

, should be assisted. B. A. Thomas' will be up to average the coming sea-

I I Poultry Remedy will help your hens to son. Many growers are now setting SEEDSESPECIALLY

. ,t+ moult, causing them to shed earlier plants and the plans of others are being -

! E and be ready to lay when eggs are rapidly brought to conclusion.Fear ADAPTED County BankBradford
I t higher in the winter. If this remedy that transportation facilities
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does not make good, we will.-D. C. will not be adequate to handle the crop R FOR YOUR STATE.

Jones Starke, Aug. 310172431. has been removed by announcementthat -FREE-
the war will not affect the move-
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Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System ment of crops, and the era of pros- OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATALOG Stronghold.

1 r The Old Standard general strengthening tonic.GROv9 perity over the North and East leads LII AND WEEKLY PRICEUST
t" TASTELESS chill TONIC,dries sr ouIDtslsri..enr1cbesthetdood.udbuildsuptbe buyers and growers who have closely SENDFORTHEWTODM'LEAflAOTINSEEOCOl Starke Florida.

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( X Bradford better than during the past
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN

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Jane you break into my safe-with Wood- of the court house door in Starke Bradford Certificate No. 65 embraces ."r
lot 7 in
hardly daring to breathe and "You'll pay for this: Crandall Ott'isubdivision
i house, whom I'd warned against County. Florida. on Monday, the 6th day of of East Lawtey. assessed David
with the heavy curtains gathered close you gasped. August, A. D. 1917 during the legal hours of }1. Smith.!

Iffuside so that only a space tor her eyes was directing your every mon Clerer- "That may be. One thing I ask sale on geld day for the purpose of the pay- Unless said certificates shall bi redeemed
you .
the
clever1 Jaimibr, do t'iI tell you My meat of the debts ot E. W. Driggers deceased according to Ja... tax died will scene thereon
1 left< open, watched the orb of light fascinated. orderly at once"* to, remember. It one of you makes a sl) the following described real estate in on the 3rd day of September. A. IX 1917.

It groped under the desk move I will kill you both. You are a Bradford County Florida, to-wit: Comment- Witness my official signature and seal this
ing at NW corner of Northwest Quarter cfS'orthwest the 25th day of July A. D. 1917.
found a nest of slender wires. There CHAPTER XXI. gallant man, my general Is It not so? Quarter and run East 525 feet W. T. WEEKS.

Lines was a "snick snkkr: and the severed Then remember!" South 105 feet West 525 feet. North 105 feet < "Your prisoner, sirl"mANE to point of beginning, said land lying and being ,
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By R. A. WEEKS. i
ends of the wires dropped to the floor. threw herself between the Crandall started from his chair, but in Section 33, Township 6, South Range i'--'-at Deputy Clerk. n
The burnished dial of the wall safe the uselessness of his bare hands 22 East. Also the following described real es-

t It set near the double doors was the next E and moment.the doors.Before he against the snub nosed thing of blue fate half: in of Southeast Alachua County.Quarter Florida of Section to-wit 26. :Township East Whenever You Need a General Tonic

By EARL DERR DIGGERS object to come under the restless. metal covering him struck home. He 7, Range 14, to the highest and best bid. Take Grove's
the room let me tell you
der for cash.
searching While light poured sank back, with a Keeping The Old Standard
AND eye. he lies! Your Indian lies.} It was I groan. E. M. JOHNS. Grove's Tasteless
steadily upon the circular bit of steel them both carefully covered, Jaimihr i.-6.5t. Commissioner. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a ;
WELLS RITCHIE who found him here-before that safe!
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ROBERT delicate 3 fingers played with It, twist- moved to the desk telephone at the gen General Tonic because it contains the _

popyr1ght,1915. by the Bobbs-Mer- I Ing and turning this way and that. "A poor story the general sniffed eral's elbow. He took from his sash a NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED well known tonic properties QUININE '
rill Co. "I expected better of you-after this""The UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4SB8. and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives
Then they were laid upon the handle truth, General CrandalL 1couldn't small piece of paper-the one he had LAWS OF FLORIDA. I, oat Malaria Enriches the Blood i
and
W of the sate door and It noise- saved from the packet of taken i Notice is hereby given that B. E. Hall pur-I ;
swung papers
Builds the Whole
I here
sleep. came out to the chaser of Tax Certificate No. ISO. dated the np System. SO cents
-- SYNOPSIS leasly bnck. A tapering brown hand, balcony to try to make out it the Sax- from the sate-laid It on the edge of Eth day of July. A. D. 1915 has filed said certificate ,

white sleeved, fumbled In a small the desk, and with his left hand he in my office, and has made application
onla in the lIe Into
jfeitprtvlous to the outbreak of the EpNpsan was bay. came for tax deed to issue in accordance with law. .1R. I
war Jane Gerson, buyer for a New drawer, withdrew a packet of papers the room while I was behind these curtains picked up the telephone. An Instant of Said certificate embraces the following described

fork house, meets a Captain Woodhouse and selected one. locked the doors and opened the tense silence, broken by the wheezing property situated in Bradford county, Flor- ;

.| a train for Copt for: Paris. He tells her he is en Jane stepped boldly Into the room safe. of the general's breath, then: da Southwest, to-wit: Quarter of Southeast Quarter of : J. Davis

route "Sahlbahr! The white club of the "It won't go" the general cut In "Nlne-two-sLs, If you please. Yes See. 25, Tp. T. S. R. 21 E., 40 acres. I 1.t

Louisa a spy, meets Billy Capper an- electric flash smote her full In the face. curtly.' yes. Who is this? Ah, yes. It Is I, The said land being assessed at the date of
spy, la Berlin.; She promises him a the: issuance of such certificate in the name &
Job and a number with the Wllhelm- "What are you doing at that safe, "It's the truth. It's got to go!" she Jalmlhr Khan. Is all well with you? of N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shall Company j

ICf&HThen Woodhouse meets Louisa Jalmlhr Khan?" Jane spoke as steadily cried. Good! And Bishop? Slain coming be redeemed according to law tax deed will
issue thereon on the 20th day of August A.
tour-s as she could, though excitement had Jatmlhr, at a second nod from his down the Rock? Good also!" D. 1917.

Its fingers at her throat, and all her master, was approaching the double Crandall groaned. The Indian continued Witness my official signature and seal this INSURANCE
the Is the 9th day of July A. D. 1917. ,
troodnouse ( name assumed) is in nerves were twittering. She heard his conversation Imperturbed.
W. T.
plot with Louisa to Impersonate an Eng- WEEKS
A Uah officer/ of that name who Is to be some sharply whistled foreign word "Veree good! Listen closely! I can- Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County Fla. __

transferred from Wady Haifa to take which might have been a curse. not come as I have promised. Thereis 7-13-6t. (SEAL) By R. A.Deputy WEEKS Clerk.

chart IToodhouse of the by signal agreement tower, purloins at Gibraltar.Cap- "Something that concerns you not at work for me here. But all will be Starke :-: Florida \t\

all Sahibah," the Indian answered, his NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Wllhetmftrasso number. .. (
..tfc t .. UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 48S8, i
"Voodhouse voice smooth as oil lie kept the light LAWS OF FLORIDA. +i+!+i+*"!+t.....
proceeds to Alexandria
and far on her face Hereby notice is given that T. J. Alderman
|i Ramleh seeks Dr. Koch, a German spy purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered
Be shows him the number. Capper appsaS Intend that It shall concern me, \ respectively 17:, 87:, 105 and 189, issued by the EDGAR
and makes trouble. the girl answered, taking a step forward I Tax Collector for Bradford County Florida EYES
f, t each of said certificates being dated July bah
aUa Koch's s Optician
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Woodhouse suspicions.
f, A. D. 1915 has filed said certificates in my TestedJACKSONVlllEFLA.
Capper secretes himself In a neighboring "Veree, veree foolish, Sahibah!" Jalmlhr office and has made application for tax deedto .
Arden and spies on Dr. Koch. whispered and with catlike stride issue in accordance with law. The said

Capper sees the real Woodhouse borne certificates respectively embraces the following Broken Lerxsea Duplicated
he advanced to meet her. "Veree foolish lands in
Bradford County. Florida assessed at Same ..
oat unconscious from Dr. Koch's house Day as Relieved a
t tad follows the pseudo Woodhouse to Gltnlur. to come here at this time!" the in the date names of the respectively issuance of hereinafter such certificates W.Specialize OIl hail I Orders-We P41 PostAte

The latter stops overnight with Jane, frozen with horror at the man's set forth to-wit: particularly 10: 40 W roasrrlt sr.0044ooo4om..o.

'Joseph Aimer proprietor of the Hotel approach, dodged and ran swiftly to Certificate No. 17 embraces the Southwest ,

Bplendide and a German spy. Louisa the fireplace where hung the ancient Quarter of Northeast Quarter. Sec. 10. Tp. 6, '
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S. R. 20 E
at Gibraltar In disguise. 40 acres assessed Unknown.
vesper bell The flashlight followed Certificate No. 87 embraces S'i! of lot 2 or .
Henry Sherman and family are stoppingat
her move-picked out her handas Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter Sec. 4
the Splendide. Suddenly Jane every STARKE Gerson 26. Tp. 6, S. R. 13 E., 40 acres assessed Un-
appear having with difficulty left Paris. It swooped down to seize a heavy known. 0 FRATERNAL DIRECTORY 0

AIl, await a boat. poker standing In Its rack beside the Certificate No. 105 embraces Lots 3 and 4 0 4
of block 19 in Worthington assessed Unknown.
lady Crandall the American wife of Gltralur1 bell. Certificate No. 189 embraces W?i: of North- I 0 F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No.

governor, visits the Splendlde is 'Sahibah, do not strike that bell!! 'F.iiP&& west Quarter of Southwest Quarter. See. 4, Tp. 0 35. :Meets every second and 3
slighted with Jane's samples of gowns : i, S. R. 22 E., 20 acres assessed James Clark. I
and Invites her to stay at Government The warning came sharp and cold as Unless said certificates shall be redeemed 0 fourth Monday nights. <$>

$o11 Woodhouse encounters Jane but frost. Her hand was poised over the according to law. tax deed will issue thereonon I II 0 0

'...... any previous meeting. bell, the heavy stub of the poker a tI t. Witness the 20th my day official of August.signature A. D.and 1917.seal this II I I 0 I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge Xo. 10..

Aimer informs wooonouso was .. menu very few Inches away from the bell's n.s.L the 10th day of July; A. D. 1917.w. I 0 Meets every Tuesday night. & s
to stationed at Government House and flare. T. WEEKS 4
that from the signal tower every miner (SEAL) Clerk. 4
; > the harbor can be exploded. The Brit- "To strike that bell might Involve In By R. A. WEEKS. ,0 M. W. of A., Starke Camp. <>
toll fleet .Is due.Woodhouse "He lies! Your Indian li..!" -13-6L. 0
great trouble one who Is verse dear to Deputy Clerk.ADMINiSTRATOR'9 Meets every first and third Wednesday <8>

pays his respects to General you, Sahlbah. Let us talk this over doors. Jane, leaping In front of them, 0 nights. 0
Cnndall. and Capper follows to Inform NOTICW eF FINAL 1
most would not desire
calmly. Surely you 0
pushed the Indian back. SETTLEMENT.
him and tells of his experience at
upon jUoleh. that a friend, a verse dear friend" "General Crandall, for your own .. NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8, 0 W. 0. W. All Friends Camp '

"Who do mean?" she asked Indian '%. 4 917, I will present to the County Judge of 0 No. 138. Meets second and
Cnndall has his suspicions aroused concerning you sake don't let this leave the a :.//i Bradford County. Florida my final account every
Woodhouse but nevertheless orders sharply. room. You may regret It-all the rest and vouchers of the estate of Calvin Mort. de- 0 fourth Friday nights. <8>

Capper out of Gibraltar. "Ah! That I leave to you to guess." of your life. He still has a paper and eased for and final apply for the approval of same 0' Q
my discharge
such
as administra
Crandan questions Jane Gerson about Jalmihr Khan's voice was silken. "But t little paper-he took from that safe. "There is work for me here. tor.Dated 4 Union Chapel Camp, No. 536,

'Woodhouse, suspecting a previous acquaintance certainly you know, Sahibah. A friend I saw him stick it In his sash." well Take down what I shall tell i 1917. this the 30tb day of March A. D. 0 meet every first: and third Friday <3>
but gains no Information.
the most 0 nights at Union ChapeL J. A. Ellington <3>
Important"Then "Nonsense! you." He read from the slip of paper A. Z. ADKINS, -
Aimer s, ids Woodhouse a warning that she suddenly understood. The "Search him!!' The girl's voice crack the desk "Seven to the Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott. deceased O Clerk, R. No. 1, Starke.
on turns right
been denounced : Starke.
fee has Fla
by Capper, making J-30-6mo. 0
Indian was referring to Captain Wood. ed In hysteria! Her face was dead four p
Jan an unconscious go-between. to the left-press! Two more to
house thus glibly. Anger blazed in white, with hectic burning spots In MASTER'S SALE. 0 Visiting brothers are cordially <>
the left-press! One to the right. You
Woodhouse .Is put to a severe test and each cheek. "I'm not pleading for Hereby notice is given that under and by 0 invited to attend these meetings.
cross examination at Government House, her."It have that? Allah speed you! Go virtue of that certain
final decree of foreclosure e
for Search him before e
Isn't true! myself now- you.
but manages to allay suspicions. Jane quickly!" made and entered by the Judge of the
helps him at a critical moment. "Sahibah, I am sorry to con-tradlct" he leaves this room!! "Room D!" Crandall had leaped 5 th Judicial Circuit of Florida,. in and for 00000400000004404h

Jalmlhr Khan had begun slowly to Jalmihr put strong hands on her arms Bradford County in chancery on the 25th
The British fleet enters the harbor. from his chair. day of June. A. D .1917:, in favor of W. T. -
Crandall's Indian body servant Jalmlhr creep toward her, his body crouching to force her away from the door. His "Correct general-Room D." Weeks as complainant and against Caesar eoe404

Khan, reveals himself to Woodhouse as a slightly as a stalking cat's. black eyes were laughing down Into my I Davis and his wife May Davis, as defendants 4 4
German spy. Jalmihr smiled as he stepped away the undersigned as Special Master in Chancery
hers.
"I'll prove It Isn't truer! she cried from the telephone his back againstthe will offer for sale and sell in front of 4 SCHEDULE. w
Lady Crandall gives a dinner, and Mrs. and brought the poker down on the bell "Let me ask him a question first, the court house door in Starl... Bradford -
Sherman mentions having seen Wood- General Crandall before he leaves this double doors. The sweat stood County, Florida during the legal hours of 4.
New
Like tocsin time table
with blow.
loess In Berlin which he denies. Jalmlhr a sharp a came white on Crandall's brow; his mouth sale on Monday the 6th day of August. A. D. went into effect 4

Khan Informs Woodhouse that everything Its answering alarm. room. worked in Jerky 1917, to the highest and best bidder for cash, 012:01: a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917, 0

to ready for blowing up the fleet "A thousand devils!!' The Indian The governor's face reflected momentary spasms. the being following:in Bradford described real estate lying and C'and trains will run as follows: 0
"What--what Lave you done? he County Florida to-wit:
Crandall catches Woodhouse making l leaped for the girl, but she evaded him surprise at this change of gasped."I Seven acres more or less in the Southwest 0 ,0

love to Jane. Later he questions her again and ran to put the desk between her tack. "Quickly then," he gruffly coa corner of Southeast Quarter of Northwest 0 Jacksonville to Tampa. 0
the knows too well Quarter
and Informs her that Woodhouse Is aboutto self and him. He had snapped off the ceded. Jaimihr Khan stepped back apace see general South Range of Section Twenty-two Twenty-two East. Township Six 4 No. 3---------_______10:55 a. m. 4 -
came the Indian's silken "I
be arrested. but elicits nothing. response.
torch at the clang of the bell, and now his eyes meeting the girl's colds P. A. S. CREWS. .0 No. 1-----__________11:14 p. m. A
have the combination of the Inner
Waking at night at Government House, he was a pale ghost in the gloom "How did you come Into the room- given D. E. Special Master in Chancery 4 No. 15 Floridian"2:37 p. m. 0 I
Jane discovers Jalmlhr Khan prowling door of Koom: D In the signal tower KNIGHT
f arsome. Hissing Indian curses, he when you found me here?" she challenged. Solicitor for Complainant. 7-6-5t. 0 4,
about cutting wires and abstracting pitttte to a-frlen He Is on his tothe I
'\ papers. She gives an alarm, and started to circle the desk to seize her. The Indian pointed to the double way 4 Jacksonville to Cedar Key. 0

Crandall appears, "Open this door! Open It, I say!" It doors over her shoulder. She reached tower. He will lie admitted one Dissolution Notice. '4 No. 21_______________ 4:50 p. m. 4
of the the Hock who coal]
Jfcbnlhr Knan, with drawn pistol, hold was the general's voice, sounding muffled behind her, grasped the knob and few teen on By mutual consent the Lawtey Tele 0 0

IP both Crandall and Jane, but Wood- through the panels of his door; h e shook It "Locked!" she announced. be admitted at tins hour my general phone Company has this day been dissolved :0 Tampa to Jacksonville. A

house appears, wrenches the pistol fromthe rattled the knob viciously. Jane triedto "Why not?" Jalmlhr asked. "I locked One pull of the switches In Room D- G. C. Wooten retiring from I' S> No. 4_______________ 3:26 p. m. 0

Captain Indian'Cavendish hand and detailed declares for himself secret as run to the door, but the Indian seized them after me." and where" will: England's great feet said business and W. C. Wooten tak 0 No. 2-______________ 4:51 a. m. 4

scales He clears himself and Louisa, hit her from behind, threw her aside "And the general's door was locked be then? ing over the entire holdings, belong i 4 No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. A
Ill,. and made for the double doors. Therehjs J "You yellow devil/ ; Crandall started ings '4 0
"Yes, yes! Crandall broke In Imp telephones, lines and electrical
hand went to a panel in the wall to rush the- white: figure by the fixtures appertaining thereto. i 4 Cedar Key to Jacksonville. A
The girl tiptoed around a high backed tiently. "What's this got to do wlth"-
turned a light switch and the library doers but 'his flub cninileJ as the The business will be 0 No. 20______________ 9:18 a. m. 4
at the
chair, groped her way to the gentral'g "Did you lock the general's door run same
.I was on the Instant drenched with light round cold muzzle met It. He staggered 0 A
place under the
desk and fumbled there. Her she questioned the Indian. name as heretofore,
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Jalmlhr Khan threw before the door back. Starke and Wannee. 9
band fell upon the double tubes of the "No, sahibah; you did. Lawtey Telephone Co., by the said 0
of the safe the bundle of papers he was "We are poln; to wait my general, W. C. Wooten and the said G. (Daily Except Sunday) 0
binoculars. She picked them up, parted "And I suppose I locked the door to C. 0\0,101 Leaves Starke 6:45 AA
a. m.
f when Jane discovered him
clutching and you. Auierk-an sahibah. who have Wooten
the curtains and stepped throughthe Crandall's and doorr"If assumes all debts and liabili No. 104
and which he had the Lady room my into this affair. We I Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. A
gripped during pushed
1" opened glass doors to the balcony. they. too are locked-yes sahl- your way ties due by the said firm to this date..e
ensuing tense moments. Then be stepped are going to wait-nud listen: -listen.'
Dated June 30
Not t sound anywhere but the faint bah." 1917. I 0 T, J. GRIFFIN, A
swiftly to the general's door and The :general writhed in agony. Jane,
cluck Signed G. C. WOOTEN 0
and cackle of cargo hoists down "Then voice I Agent 1
ia the harbor. Jane put the glassesto unlocked itGeneral why"-Jane's quavered fallen into n chair by the ft;:: edge of 7-6-4t. W. C. WOOTEN. !4 4

R her and to the CrandalL clad only In trousers almost to a shrlek-"why had I failed the desk, had her head buried in her I!
eyes began sweep 000000 i000000PO
to lock the double doors-the dool'ltltrotlgh i
II light pointed vista below the cliff. and shirt, burst into the room. arms and was subbing. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL
His leaped from the Indian to which yon came?" CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND
eyes tt.nJ'e to think
> teens arc going my gen
| of pin prick beams ot radlanc FOR BRADFORD COUNTY IN CHAN 40900440 40 0004

ba ked the fleet where it choked the where Jane was i-AiTUi6 uetilnd rat s The Indian caught his breath andarted d era I," the Indlau's voice purled OIL CERY. 4

roadstead-red and white beetles' eyes desk. a look at the generaL The latter "While we wait we suaii think. WhCI Fidtlity-Phenix Company a corporation Fire Insurance 4 CHURCH DIRECTORY. 4

fc the dark. She swung the glasseDauer "What the devil is this?" te rasped. eying him keenly, stepped to his will General Crandall be after tonight vs 4 4

shore. Ah, there lay the Saxonla 3Jaffe opened her mouth to answer, but desk and pressed a button. the English! sahib who ruled the Rocithe Iris Adam Boree.Bowen et aLTo BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, <8>

,} with her three rows of glowing the Indian forestalled her. "Very good. Remain sate Jalmihr,'" night the English fleet was blown It is hereby ordered, of that Bristol you Georgia.appear to the S> pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. 3>

s potholes near the water; the binoculars "The sahibah. enernl-I found her he said. Then to Jane: "t will have to hell from inside the fortress? Howmauy Bill of Complaint filed herein against you and <> Sunday morning service, 11:00 <3>
here before opened safe"- others in the above entitled cause on the 27 day <> o'clock; Sunday evening service 0
even picked out the double column four" him searched as you wish. Then both .,widows Will' curse when theThear of August. A. D. 1917. and the Bradford 7:00; B. Y. P. U. Sunday *
evening
of smoke from her stacks. Three brief "Good Goo! General Crandall'seyes of you go to the cells until I sift this his name? \\ hat" County Telegraph is hereby designated as thene".spaper Q 6:45 -
: ; Wednesday evening >
lie to the safe in which this
hours blazed. leaped order shall be published -
and that mass of shadow would "Jalmlhr Khan what have I
ever 0
thing to the bottom. service 7 o'clock.
knelt and in. "A clever Job. once a week for four consecutive weeks. prayer Everybody 0
be moTlng-motlng- peered' "General! You wouldn't flare:" She done to you?" The governor's voice Witness my hand and seal of office this 25th <8> cordially invited to attend.
A noise from the young woman! day of July. A. D. 1917.
slight came
Tery stood aghast"Wouldn't Bounded hardly human. His face was $
f Jane, completely stunned by the Indian's W. T. WEEKS.
library behind the opened doors. The blotched 4> 4
I, though? We'll see and purp.e. (Seal) Clerk.
v Wine glasses remained poised In thegirl's swift strategy, could hardly whether"A "Not what you have done, my general By R. A. WEEKS. 4 EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. M. Fryer <>

hands while she listened. Againthe speak. She held up a hand, appealingfor -what the English army has done. 7-27-5t Deputy Clerk. Q priest in charge. Sunday school, 0
sharp click sent his head Jerking
a hearing. General Crandall eyed <8> 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and 3
I
noise-a faint metallic click. An old old
; her with chilling scorn, then turned to around to the right. Jalmlhr Khan, at score, genal-thlrty years NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED <8> sermon, 11 o'clock; evening prayer <8> '

Bhe hardly breathed. Turning eveN r his servant the door to the general's room, was My father, he was a prince in India UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 4 and sermon, 7 o'clock; choir re- *

slowly, she put one hand betweenthe "You have done well, Jalmihr." Just slipping the key into his girdle until the English army took away his Notice is LAWS OF FLORIDA. <8> hearsal, 7 o'clock, Wednesday 4

curtains and parted them so that "It-It isn't truer Jane stammered after having turned the lock. His thin throne to give it to a lying brother. purchaser of hereby Tax Certificate gi\en that No.Louis 54, dated H. Hill the evening. Come and worship with *

abe could look through into the cavernous The governor took a step toward her face was crinkled like old sheepskin. The army-the English army-murder. 5th day of July A. D. 1915. has filed said ear us. 0
gloom behind ed father when he tried to ft tificate in my office and has made application 4 4
her. my get
almost as if under impulse to strike "What the devil are you doing? for tax deed to issue in accordance with law 4
. A light moved there-a clear, round her, but he halted, and his lips curled Crandall exploded."If back-called it mutiny. Ah, yes an Said certificate embraces the following described METHODIST-T. L Z. Barr 9

II- eye of light Behind It was the faintest In scorn. the general sahib waiting for old score; but by the breath of Allah property situated in Bradford eoun pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a. ?>
ty Florida to-wit:
, suggestion of a figure at the double4oorajost "By gad. workiug with Woodhouseall that bell to be answered he need not tonight shall see it paid:: Lots 5. 6, 9, 10. 11 and 12 in Woodlawn. m. Preaching every Sunday at

a blur of white it was but the time, eh? And I thought youa wait longer. It will not be answered,'. The man's eyes were glittering Sec. 13. Tp. 5. S. R. 22 E.. 60 acres. The said U a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer 3
land being assessed at the date of the issuanceof
, tt moved stealthily, swiftly. She heard simple young woman be had trapped Jalmihr Khan purred points of white hot steei. All of his such certificate in the name of Unknown. meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 &

I t key turn in a lock. Then swiftly the even warned you against him not sir "What's this? What's this?" thin white teeth showed like a hound's. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed o'clock. Junior Epworth League
according to law tax deed will issue Sunday afternoon
i thereonon at 3:30. Senior
eye of light traveled across the libraryto hours ago. What a fool I've been! "The wires are cut." "You dog! The general feebly wag the Sri day of September. A. D. 1917. ..y
Epworth A
the stretched forth her ged his head at the Indian. Witness official League Sunday evening
door leading to General Crap Jane Impulsively my signature and seal this
"Cut! Who did that? The general
the 25th of $; at (C:45.; A cordial *
day invitation
July A. D. 1917. is
dall's of but "Your dog, general. Fire
for the n hearing my
room. There it paused to cut arms mercy year
for the Jaimihr W. *
startptl yellow man. T. WEEKS >
extended to
all to with
the handle of the door and keyhole beneath the man went on implacably: Khan whipped a blue barreled revolver your dog when I might have been a (Seal ClerkBy 4i9. worship

out of darkness. A brown hand "I said he was making a fool of you prince. My friend goes up the Rock R. A. WEEKS .
out of his broad sash and leveled It 0
Upped into the clear shaft of whiteness -and nIl the time you were makingone step-step step. Closer-closer to the 7:7:-St. Deputy Clerk. <' 0
his PRESBCTERIA
of Clever I at master. tower, my general. And Major Bishop -R C. II. ''v
me. young woman. j
put a key into the keyhole and "Back. General Sahib! I cut them I 11 Abernathy $
pastor.
softly turned It. The same was donefor say that must have been a great Joke -where Is he? Ah. a knife Is swift NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ,- > SundayS
for you-making a fool of the gov The sahibah's story Is true. It was she and makes no poise"Contned UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 school 9:45 a. m. Preaching ev-
the locks of Lady Crandall's door who came In and found me at the LAWS OF FLORIDA. 0 ery Sunday mornin gat 11; Sunday
of Gibraltar. You make
OB the opposite side of the library and ernor me safe." ( Next Week.) Hereby notice is given that Louis H. Hill evening at 7:30. Prayer $
purchaser of tax sale
ashamed
for of myself. And my servantJalmlhr certificates numbered
the one Jane had just closed behind God! Yon. Jalmlhr !" respectively 64 and 65 issued 0 meeting Wednesday i
here It Is left to him to trap "My -you a spy by the Tax Col evening at
her-her own door. Then the circle ; The general collapsed weakly into a lector for Bradford County, Florida, each of 0 7:30 o'clock. Visitors cordially 3S >
while I blind. Bah! Jalmihr.my said
am certificates being dated the
you 3rd day of
of light, seeming to have an intelligence 00f0f0fft f0i0 + < > invited to
orderly! -at once!" The IndianImUed chair by the desk. August A. D. 1914 has filed said certificates worship with us. 0
all its own approached the "Some might; call me that, my gen i + LEGAL NOTICES p in my office and has made application fortft' O 0
sedately and started for the
beak flew swiftly to a drawer and double doors. Jane ran toward the eraL" Jalmlhr's weapon was slowly 0f0ff0fffffff0C01I5tISS10NLR3IIAL& + ( deed said to issue certificates in accordance respectively with law.11u embraces. .

there paused. Once more the brown swinging to cover both the seated man the following lands in BradforJ County, t'.or-
hand plunged into the bore of U general with a sharp cry: ida atMKcd et the date of the lssuen-e of sue Tb/ Quinine JUt Dots Rot Mid Tin Held
"General, let me explain" and the girl by the doors. "No need Notice is hereby given that under and b 7] cert.f enle* ir the name respectiy hereinafter
the drawer I1t.1 M virtue of ar. order made on the lath day of Because of its tonic and laxative efiFect. LAXA
was carefully opened particularly
set forth to-wit
to search that drawer General Sahib : TIVE BROMO
"Explain!r He laughed shortly. QUININE is betty thin ordinary
t Jane A. D. 1917.: by J. T. 'Wills. Judge of the Certificate No. 64 embraces lotI in Ott'i
steel
blue reflected brig Quinine and does
revolver What can you say? You come intomy Your pistol is pointing at you this min Circuit Court in and for Bradford Count sub division of East Lawtey, assessed Wm. in head. not cans: Benroesntff ncr
Parka from ita barrel It was with4rt1OL Florida, I will sell at public outcry in front ticgiog Remember the full name atd
.
as Williams.: '
house }e+ond nu> look for the / '
as -:you betray me- ... -- Ilgnetarof W. GROVE -<.

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, ljn. "*?]



a: zen, A. B. Shaw, L. A. Brown and Mr. I spending a few weeks in Eastman, Ga. Miss Gussie Mae McCord, of Percy, During the thunder shower t

Vascoe Hazen were on professional returned this week, accompanied by Miss., is visiting her, grand parents day ;.afnoon lightning struck !?c

,., ... .-... 1 business in Gainesville Tuesday. her little nephew, Theron Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Durden. belfry on the Christian j I Inicting
Miss Verlie Parker, of LaCrosse, is Mr. F. C. Miller, of Jacksonville, I Mrs. J. P. Dyal and daughter, of slight damage. church, ,

visiting relatives here this week. with his little son, Lawrence, spent a I!i Tampa, are spending the week here, Quite a number tf our

County News Item Mrs. L. T. Osteen visited relativesat couple of days this week with his uncle j the guests of Mrs. Dyal's parents, Mr. tended the county convention citizen -,?:

I LaCrosse Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Virgil Edwards, and family. | and Mrs. T. J. Durden. Christian churches at Sampson of ft*

Messrs. Percy McLeod and Brinkley Messrs. DeWitt McGill and Ray Wil- Col. Bunch, of Jacksonville, assisted Sdnday and report a fine ,
Hayes and Misses Annie McLeod, of son left last week for Key West, and Services will be held meeting
the pastor, Rev. Barr, in conductingthe at the
t >.ataresdng Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Worthington, and Gertrude Cone, of will enlist in the Medical Departmentof services at the Methodist church tian church here next ( i

Regular Correspondents. Tampa, were visitors here last Friday Uncle Sam's army.A last Sunday. Col. Bunch is a specialist ducted by Rev. W. McGuire Sunday, COlI- ;
afternoon. great deal of interest is manifested of p..4
in Sunday school work and delivered latka.
-
.. )McKinney, of Louise, was visiting in the revival meetings which have I t
-
.. three lectures during the day. He The mill
II I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. been held for two week now, conduct- :, saw recently erected I,..
is pleasant but forceful and B. Hunt is
speaker
i NEBO. Hazen; here last week. ed by Rev. Ezell, in his tent on Mainstreet. a running on schedule t
: RISING. the lectures were thoroughly enjoyed. and two cars have been
j Mr. L. Morgan has purchased a new I loaded tI."WI.7week. :

I, Maxwell.Mr. Mrs. W. K. Bennett and two sons, | 4 I I 7-
: We are having plenty of rain now. Mr. C. C. Crawford, of Winter Garden and Mrs. D. W. Hazen and Curtis and Cecil of Bartow, are here The many friends of Clifford Kalch I Mrs. W. E. Hamilton and danekw1

,i Mrs. A. L. Jackson is home again, is visiting relatives and friends daughter, Eunice 'and son, Fred, attended visiting relatives for a few weeks. were surprised to learn of his mar Miss Gussie, are the guesta of if zi'

\ after undergoing a serious operation church at Fort Harley, near Mr. R. A. Whittaker, one of Palatka's riage to Miss Pearl Cox, of New York. Sarah Johnson, this week.

in St. Vincent's Hospital in Jackson- here.Mr.. J. R. Terrell, of Lake Butler, Hampton, last Sunday.Mr. famous bakers, was a visitor here They will make their future home at i Ji.wv7rfewhohMeaw! o! .

,; ville. She was accompanied home by, attended the.picnic at Oak Grove last A. B. Shaw has moved his fam- this week on business. Arch Creek. All join in wishing the to for several days with'tIe!!

i her husband and her mother, Mrs. M. Tuesday. ily back here from Worthington and Mrs. R. R. Richard and children re- happy couple a pleasant journey thru measles, is able to be up again. !

1 ,1.. J. Fouts. Mrs. Jackson is still im I Misses Ida and Ula Robinson, of are located at the Dr. Lamb cottage.We turned to their home in Gainesvillelast life.Mrs. J. D. Weathersby and wife left n;'

I proving. Columbia county, have been visitingelatives welcome them back with us. Monday Eli Hicks, who had been seriously Wednesday for an extensive visit 1I'iti :

: Mrs H. P. Fouts and little son, H. in our burg for several weeks Mr. L. Morgan made a trip to Mr. G. M. Richard made a business ill for more than a year, passed relatives at Ocala '

P. Jr., are visiting Mrs. H. H. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Crawford, of Sampson Tuesday night. trip to Jacksonville the first part :.f away Tuesday afternoon. The funeral Th. ladies of the Christian ehlllti *
held
I Mrs. M. M. Crosby and Mrs. A. L. Miller, were in our mudst Tuesday.Mr. Messrs. Lonnie Morgan and Lewis the week. services, conducted by the pastor, an ice cream and sherbet feshVrf

Jackson for a while. Mr. H. P. Fouts J. L. Matthews, one of Ala- Shriver motored to Worthington Mon- Mr. J. McD. Bennett, of Plant City, Rev. H. E. Ridenour, were held at the I at the Masonic Hall Wednesday afternoon -

" was to leave Plant City last Sunday chua's prosperous farmers and busi- day.Mr. is spending a week or two with relatives Baptist church. The interment was benefit, the proceeds to be used for tb
of
the
'
for Brewster, where he has accepted a Grove Tuesday.Mr. D. W. Pinholster was in our here. Mr. Bennett is a very successful in the Santa Fe. Pond cemetery. The church.
; B. W. Dees, of near Ft. Call!, burg last Monday. I l trucker and the largest strawberry large congregation of friends and relatives -

W i position.Mr. C. P. Hersey and family, of accompanied Mr. Matthews to the pic Showers are plentiful and the farmers shipper from Plant City. who taxed the seating capacityof Trespass cards for sate lit thIs oa;:

Swift Creek, visited at the home of nic Tuesday. are busy sticking out potato the spacious church building evi- fffffttff + +}
Mr. and Mrs. John Weeks, of Lake vines. .
denced the popular esteem in which
A. L. Jackson last Saturday. +
Mrs. W. K. Bennett, of Bartow, who Butler, were here one day this weekon Mrs. Waters, who was operated on LAWTEY.Mr. the deceased was held. + NOTICE TO CONTRIBUTORS. t

+ t is visiting friends and relatives here, business. for appendicitis last week, is progres- The little son of Millard Varnes, + 4

is spending a few days at the home of Mrs. Mary Johns returned home sing nicely. Rowell Prevatt who died Tuesday night, was the sec + Persons who have .
from visit with relatives and friendsin visited was transacting anything 4
a Mr. John Crews and family ond child to be taken from the familyin I
Frank Bennett of Lake Butler. + they wish to
business in
Starke
Her in last Saturday. appear the Telegraph
Columbia county Monday. at the home of J. J. Morgan Sunday. the past ten days, they having losta i
y We are sorry to state that Miss daughter Mrs. Register, accompanied Mrs. E. L. Biggs is spending a fe + are requested to bring h *
,
in the sick list. I a little girl only a few days ago. They +
Laura Norman is yet her home. days visiting friends in DeLand. to this office not later than 8 L.

Next Saturday and Sunday is the Messrs. J. J. and W. H. Nettles GUILFORD.Mrs. Mrs. J. T. Moore left Sunday for have the sympathy of the entire com + m., Thursdays, but earlier is pre- 4
in their bereavements.Mrs. .
regular time for the sing. We hopeto Hendersonville N. C. where munity + ferred. The Telegraph force
< "" made a business trip to Lake But'erMonday. she will Mae Brannen, of Jacksonville, *
have good attendance. + takes holiday
spend; few weeks. a Thursday after,
a i
Joe Crews happened to an ac- spent the week here, the guest of her
Mr. and Mrs. Driggers, of F t. +
noon, as other workers in
i Frank Starke
Mr. H. A. Conner was a business Starling was a visitor to the i
cident Sunday afternoon, breaking the mother, Mrs. M. E. Manire.
Myers, are visiting their daughter, + and the
seat last paper goes to
visitor to Dukes Saturday.WOODLAWN county Saturday. press in 4
Mrs. Emory Lewis. wind chield to her car. Col. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, was + the forenoon.
Mr. W. H.
McCormick
Mr. Emory Lewis is suffering from Mrs. J. E. Douglass and two daugh of Gainesville here on professional business duringthe + 4
was visitor to Mon *
a Lawtey
blood poisoning in one of his feet, but PARK. ters and little son made a call over toMr. week. fit + + + + + + + + + + ***
and Mrs. S. A. Strickland's Sun day.Mr.
we hope h. will soon be out again. .. afternoon. and Mrs. S. B. Futch were visitors -
day
to Starke last Saturday.Mr. I
Misses Lorene and Selma Alderman
Mr. Troy Hudson, who has been vis Joe Roof
of Live Oak attending
GRAHAM. accompanied by Master J. M. Goo was -
iting relatives and friends here the
; to business in Mon-
Lawtey
Master J. M. Groo' If want the
accompanied by -e you
I ; past two weeks, returned to his home
at Wildwood Sunday.Mr. and<< Roland Anderson, attended the day.Mr.
Mr. business A. C. Pearce, who has been at
Chesley Fogg was a sing closing at Nebo Saturday.
and Mrs. Barney Andrews, of
visitor to Gainesville on Monday of Misses Wilthie and Eva Dicks, ac Gainesville for several weeks in the
t Brooker, visited friends and relatives Highest Quality
this week. here Saturday and Sunday. companied by Master Louis Johns, employ of the Armour Refrigerator J
Mr. C. B. Roberts and Dr. W. H. drove over to the brick yard to attend Car Co., returned home Sunday.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter and Misses
Thomas were visitors to Jacksonvillelast church. Enoch Griffis was a visitor to
Mabel and Louiebelle, attended the
week. Mr. Roberts to at Mrs. H. Roberts and Starke Saturday.
went Worth children; ac
churches
t union of Baptist at Printing
;. tend the State Ginners Association. ington Saturday. I companied by her sister, Miss Neta Postmaster R. B. Jackson was a visitor ,

Mr. James Reynolds is home, afteran Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Andrews, of | Richard, of Cedar Key, drove over to to Jacksonville the first part of ,
extended visit to relatives in Geor last week.
Lake Butler Sunday.We .
Brooker, visited friends here Saturday '
{ gia. Mr. Reynolds made the entire and Sunday.Mr. are having plenty of rain i in Andrew Lowery came over from at Least Cost

trip by automobile. Eli Kite and son, D. L., of Lak and around Guilford now. Jacksonville last Wednesday and spent

Mr. R. W. Surrency is visiting his Butler, were the guests of friends and 1 Mr. J. M. Groover is still making several days with his family here.

son, W. H. Surrency, in St. Augustine,, relatives here last week. good progress in his school at this Mrs. Enoch Griffis and daughters, try us. '
Misses Jessie and Pearl and little ."
,
) for few place. son,
a day*
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Sapp, of Laws ,
Mr. A. H. Crews, of Raiford, tey, visited friends and relatives here Mr. G. W. Alderman, of Lake Butler Alfonso, returned home last Wednes ;s

visiting at the home of his son, Mr Saturday and Sunday. was out to Mr. J. E. Douglass day night, after spending a few daysat -

A. C.'Crews, during the weekend.Mr. Messrs. W. F. Walters, D. L. Kite, Friday, buying cattle. Daytona Beach. We print Any thing from a .

H. K. Roberts, of Guilford, wasa D. Land 0. J. Phillips paid a visit We are sorry to report that Mrs Henry Bennett was a business visitor Visiting card to a Catalogue

visitor in the home of his brother, to the State Prison Farm Thursday J. E. Douglass is on the Sick list thisweek. to Starke last Saturday.Mr. -'.

Mr. C. B. Roberts, Sunday. afternoon and looked over the model We hope for her a speedy re J. B. Dye; of Jacksonville, spent

Mr. W. J. Jones, merchant of Hastings prison farm of the United States. covery. several days here last week at the The

is looking after his large stock Messrs. Homer Kite and Son, Andrew We are sorry to state that Mrs. home of Mrs. Dye's parents, Mr. andMrs. ,

and farming interests here this week. of Raiford, are here prospectingthis S. A. Strickland is in bed and has been A. M. Blanchard.Mr. .

Mr. E. D. Abernathy is in Jacksonville week. for eight weeks. Her friend hope and Mrs. D. C. Hood, of near Bradford

having gone there for treatmentby Mr. Link Moseley, of Jacksonville, she will soon be up again St. Augustine, visited relatives and County TelegraphStarke
an eye specialist Mr. friends in and near Lawtey the first
is visiting relatives and friends here J. E. Douglass and little boyshave
Prof. J. E. Crews, of Raiford, passed this week. been doing some fine work on of the week. Fla.
through this place Sunday enroute to Miss Ethel Wilson has
Mr. Norman the road between Little Charley Doug- returned to
Gainesville. Mr. Crews has again Troy was transacting her home, after
business in lass and the church. I spending several
been elected principal of the Rose Hill]l Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. weeks in Green Cove Springs, Pablo
and Mrs. H. S. Norman visited
school, near Gainesville. relatives LAKE BUTLER.Mr. Beach, Jacksonville and other points,
I The and friends at Waller Sat .
local public school closed Friday and
urday and Sunday. was accompanied home by Miss
afternoon on account of falling Geneva Baisden of (
Jacksonville.Rev. .
Messrs. J. M., J. S. and W. H. Nor
off in attendance because of much D. L. Matthews, of Ocala, repre W. L. Overstreet visited relatives

sickness and the beginning of the cotton man Forded over to Starke Satur senting the National Auto Truck Co., in Lake Butler Saturday and

season. The teachers are all hereas day.Mr. was in the city last week. He sold one Sunday. LAKE BUTLER BAKERY
Mrs. Fred Sapp, of Raiford, visited I
Maines, first assistant, is now of the trucks to a Providence Merchant Mr. M. L. Loadholtz
relatives here Thursday.Mr. was a business
teaching a private class and Miss Ma While here he stopped at the visitor to Starke last "I
and Mrs. E. D. Hilliard, of the Saturday.
Hotel.
McKinney is attending the l Edgar
norm? Mrs. M. C. Woodley of
Vanderbilt section visited Jacksonville
conducted by Prof. Crews.MILLER. relatives Deputy Sheriff F. E. Bridges, of ,
and friends' here Saturday and Sun was the guest of her parents, Mr.
Ocala, passed through here last Monday LAKE BUTLER
and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, last Friday. FLORIDA .
enroute to Raiford in
day.Mr. having custody
M. D. Carter and family motored two prisoners for the State Prison Rev. A. T. Galloway, pastor of the ,
over to Starke Monday. Farm. Lawtey. E. church, South, went to ,

B. D. Adams-and T. H. Rimes visited in Mr.the Evergreen and Mrs. J.section S. Norman Saturday visited af- Mr.this G.week W. Coleman and are boarding and wife at arrived the- revival Baldwin services.Sunday to Mrs.begin Galloway a series ac of Bread, Cakes and Pies. Prompt delivery J I

Gainesville companied him.
last tornoon.Mr.
Wednesday. While
Edgar Hotel. Mr. Coleman has
there Prof. Adams L. ac Mr. J. B. Prevatt and family returned i
attended the county L- and Mrs. C. Futch visited the
cepted position night
superintendent's convention and Mr. rt'latit'at Raiford Tuesday. the union depot. as operatorat to their home in Wymauma, after 'PHONE 78.

Rimes attended to business. I Mr. Carl Wooten, of Lawtey, was Rev. L. A. Rawls returned last Sunday spending about a month in Lawtey and
I
N. H. Stokes and G. W. Spires and here Saturday in the interest of the Saxton visiting relatives and friends.
from Quitman, Ga., where he had L C. SMITH
son, Eury, of Midway, visited Jacksonville Lawtey Telephone Co. been conducting a revival meeting. It Mrs. Thomas E. Adams and children Propietor =
are spending this week
and Pablo Beach on businesi successful visiting relatives
was and several
a meeting
last : in Lake City.
Friday and Saturday.
BROOKER.Mr. additions to that church made.
J. S. Brown i were Mr. 0. A. Jackson, of Jacksonville .
and ,
family were i in Mr. --
P. A. Koehler, of the Koehler
Lake Butler last spent Monday and Tuesday in Lavvtey.
Saturday shopping .
Electric Co., of Gainesville, is in Lake
B. E. Brown and family attended Fred Hazen, Mr. H. R. Brower Butler. He will install the wiring and 1 Justice B. D. Kelly of Raiford, was 1

church at Bland last Saturday. i and Miss Eunice Hazen were on professional fixtures in the L. A. Duncan Co. building in business.Lawtey Monday\ and Tuesday on [ BE PATRIOTIC I

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reeves and son business to Gainesville last they having installed a Delco I and make i .
sys
Mr J. T.
: Moore
and daughter, of Winter Garden, are' Thursday.Mrs. tem. was a visitor to

visiting with their daughter, Mrs. D. T. C. Hazen and Mrs. S. A. Mr. W. M. Overstreet to Jacksonville Sunday. MONEY
L. Clyatt. expects Miss Ave Lee Moore returned home at and the
, Brown were visitors to Alachua last leave for Jacksonville one day this : one
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last
J. S. Brown and family attended u Thursday.. week to Saturday from an extended visit ,
undergo the
operation at
an ,
ion services at Bland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen went on Rogers Sanitarium. His friends with relatives and friends in Tennessee '

.B. E. Brown carried his son, Eury, business to Jacksonville last week. here hope that he will have many a speedy and Alabama. same time. j .

to Jacksonville to be examined for injuries Miss Mary Francis Cochran, of recovery and be back among them at Mr. T. E. Adams visited relatives i '

received from being thrown by Worthington, is the guest of Miss an early date. and fr'rnds in Lake City Sunday. I I I
a horse. Eury is Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke '
now recovering nice Mary Shaw this week. The revival meetings in the tent ,

ly.J. Little Ralph Hazen, who went to conducted by Rev. Ezell, the railroad was Lawtey Friday on business. The war critic all tell us that the question of who II

S. Howard, the naval stores man Jacksonville to undergo an operation, evangelist, are being appreciated by is Mrs.in spending. William Reddish, of Wateroak, : I willwin: this war is largely a matter of which side keeps
of Dukes several with 1
t was in our neighborhoodTuesday returned home Saturday very much all. The attendance is excellent and days her II
on business. improved.Mr. daughterIrs.. J. C. Cone. up a full supply of food the longest. '
the discourses of Mr. Ezell :\
The friends of Mrs. J. L. Brown are and Mrs. G. B. Colson and so erful and there are already are striking poin vMrs.. E. D. Sayles returned home I Every farmer can be a patriot and make money at = \;

glad to from know her that recent she illness.is slowly The recovering infant Russien Ward Mr.motored Raud Crews and Miss 0 1- : evidences of good being done. Mr. last spent week several from days.Pablo Beach, where she one and the same time by taking care of his swine '!
ga to Worthington on ; Ezell is broad-minded
child of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown Sunday afternoon. and while a not allowing, fearless man Mrs. Shuey returned to her home i in herd. Don't let them starve for lack of pasturage, and '

l died Thursday night and was buried Miss Sarah Jordan, who has been whatever for sin, he possesses any excuse that Ocala last'week, after spending about don't let them die from cholera through failure to vaccinate 'I J

I Friday at Ft. Call cemetery. They the guest of Miss Marguerite Shriverthe divine gift of charitableness which two Pablo weeks Beach.with friends in Lawtey and c in time. The cholera is in :-
prevalent
have the sympathy of the entire community past two weeks, left for her home will not and does not belabor the sinner I very !i
in their bereavement. Saturday. in Mr. A. A. Smith spent the first part Bradford county now and a delay may mean the loss
an endeavor to win him th
Miss Maud Hunter, of Lake Butler,I Miss Bernice Parker, of LaCrosse, naked truth and love for his neighbor by of the week at Kingsley lake.HAMPTON. ''I of your hogs. 11'

is visiting with Miss Mabel Brown. was the guest of her cousin, Miss Inez Mr. T. C. Stewart
and
of El
Mrs. G. W. family, 1! I If you are not convinced that
Wainwright of Water- vaccination with
Abernathy, last week. vin, arrived last week and have movedon serum 1
oak, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Mr. P. M. Barefoot, Mr. L. Morgan the Bennett farm. i i and virus is a sure preventive inquire of some one
i
Brown.D. L. Clyatt and family attended and Miss Inez Abernatry made a flying Mr. C. D. Moore, who has been in P. B. Hunt |.as a business visitor to \ : who has had his hogs treated with Interstate Vaccine
trip to LaCrosse last i
Wednesday the hospital at Wcycross, Ga.. for: Jacksonville Saturday. I Company's
and
church at Bland serum virus. More
Sunday.Mrs. afternoon. than' 2500 hogs
some time, returned last : Miss I
who has. C.been M. Clyatt, of Providence, Mr. L T. Osteen was a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Barr Monday.of Micanopy was Ruth a pleasant Kennedy visitor, of Lake here Geneva Mon-- I !! have been treated in the past four months and not a I'I 'jt.

visiting her daughter; High Springs Monday. passed through here last week i complaint has come from
Mrs. J. S. Brown day.R. I any of the one hundred
returned home Sun Mrs. Jno. Shriver and daughter or I
enroute to Jacksonville. While he-e B. Parrish I C--j
t was a business visitor I farmers who
day.Foster Marguerite, and son, Lewis, and Miss they stopped at the Edgar Hotel. Mr. in Jacksonville Monday. more have used the Interstate serum .

Glover has installed a new( Sarah Jordan were visitors to Worthington Barr is the owner of large T. M. Cauthen of I I and virus.INTERSTATE. '
aery orange Waldo, was here 'i
gasoline engine in his blacksmith
shop afternoon. ,
Friday in South I .
grove Florida and alon business during the week. I
He will also install a grist mill and Mr. J: J. Morgan and family and -- 1'I -''
;
so large peach orchards in
Miss
Georgia Emma Futch is
home
will soon be prepared to make meal Mr. again, 1!
Pinholster
Guy motored to Lake] Mr. Leslie James and brother, of: after attending the summer course of I !
and
grit
Butler Sunday afternoon. Worthington, were in our city a few the University of Tennessee at Knox- VACCINE COMPANY
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Douglass, of Mr. L. Morgan, T. P. Ward and two days last week. ville. i

I Worthington, passed through here on sons, Roswell and Orville Miss : Kansas
Nellie
Mr. W. J. Edwards, of Lake City,, Mrs. L. 0. Boyles left Saturday fora I City, Mo.See .
Sunday, enroute to Providence. and Willie Mae
Nabb
were visitors to spent a few days this week with his visit at Pilot Mountain, N. C.
Olsom Thomas was at Dukes on Hampton Sunday afternoon. brother, Mr. Virgil Edwards. W. E. McLane is relieving the S. A. T. H. Hdligan at Bank of Starke I f

business Monday afternoon." Messrs. E. M. Hazen and G. W. Ha- Mr. Theo Edwards, who has been L. section foreman at Waldo this week.

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