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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 10, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.



VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1917. NUMBER 6.

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C. W. NEWBERRY :++ TELEGRAPH' DID. BIG. SER- ++ FORTY.FIVE MEN QUALIFIED FOR ++ SPECIAL EDITION OF THEy ++ CROWDER% SENDS


SHOT AND KILL ++ -VICE.-- ++ SERVICE IN NATIONAL ARMY 1I 1 h TELEGRAPH.- ++ NEIYEXEMPTIONINSTRUCTIONS\

; + From all sides the Telegraph is + H On September 7th the Telegraph + '
+ being congratulated and praisedon + + will publish the laws of a +
+ account of the fine news ser- + + general nature passed by the last +
:
ED AT ALACHUA + vice it has furnished in connec- + MORE THAN HALF OF CALL IMPORTANT ORGANIZATION + legislature. The edition will consist +
+ tion with the army draft. + + of 2,500 copies and as nearly +
+ The drawing in Washington is + MADE EXEMPTION CLAIM PERFECTED HERE MONDAY + as possible these papers will be + t
+ considered the biggest piece of + + sent into every home in Bradford +
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WAS KILLED IN ATTEMPTTO + news ever handled by the news- + ANOTHER CALL WILL PROBABLYBE + county. + DRAG IS MADE FOR MORE
+ papers of the United States, be- + Bradford County Live Stock .II This will afford business men +
ARREST NEGRO THIEF COMPLETE :. OF YOUNG MARRIED MEN
+ cause it affected at least two mil- + NECESSARY TO Association Organized With of the county an excellent opportunity +
+ lion homes. The Telegraph hand- + : COUNTY'S QUOTA.Out H to make their opening business + -
CONFEDERATES ARRESTED AT + led its end of this big piece of + Large Membership. t announcements for the fall + WHERE WIFE IS NOT WHOLLY
.
LAKE BUTLER-BODY INTERRED + news as perfectly as any paperin + t and winter season. + DEPENDENT ON HUSBANDS

AT HAMPTON SAT. + the entire country, and much + of 218 men summoned to Starke A goodly number of the live stock Remember that the coming + LABOR HE IS NOT EXEMPT
+ more thoroughly than the major- + by the local selection board for exam- owners of the county, and other inter- *, season is to be the biggest busi- +
+ ity, for within a few hours after + ination for service in the army that is : ested citizens, met at the county court- + ness season that Bradford county +

GAINESVILLE August 4.Newswas + the complete result of the draw- + being raised to carry on the war with house Monday afternoon at 2 o'clockin + has ever known. Present conditions + I, Provost Marshal General Crowdersent
,
received from Alachua Thursday + ing was received it gave to ev- + Germany, 45 qualified under the physical response to a call for the organization + indicate that the cotton crop + to the governors of the several
+ man affected his exact stand- + examination and did not enter a + alone will bring from $1,500,000 + states
C. W. Newberry had been ser- ery of a county live stock association.Dr. on Wednesday instructions that
I that + ing in the call for service. The + claim for exemption + to $2,000,000. To this will be +
one-third of the
f if not fatally wounded !by: a R. E. Duckworth, who has been men now being selected -
! iously,thief whom he was endeavoring + Telegraph is one of the few papers + The local board is composed of W. here for some time conducting a preliminary + added a large sum for beef, pork, + for army service must be readyto

negro for breaking and entering a + in Florida that published a + T. Weeks, W. J. Epperson and Dr. J. survey of the county in con- + potatoes and other products. + start to the training camps on Sep- ...
I to arrest time after 12 o'clock Wed- + complete list of the registrantswith + P. Tomlinson. Dr. Tomlinson, assisted nection with the government tick eradication + The merchants who will get + tember 1st.
store some + the order in which they will + by Drs. J. E. Maines, E. T. Camp- work, delivered a very inter- + the largest share of the fall and + At the same.time General Crowder

, nesday nightMr. was employed re- + be called for service. + bell and J. C. Wills, conducted the esting lecture on this work, showingits + winter business will be those who + sent out very important additional instructions -
Newberry
+ This-was done at the cost of a + physical examinations. Messrs. Weeks value to stock and + go after it with the greatest vig- + covering from
by the town of Alachua as a owners, emphasizing exemptions
. cently + great deal of time and painstak- and Epperson supervised the other de- + +
the that fine service. Under these instructions
: night police, in the hope of argument just as or.The new
special the frequent robberies in + ing work, but we feel amply re- .+ tails of the examination. Deputy cattle can be raised here as anywherein + September 7th edition of + boards are authorized hereafter to
breaking up While patrolling the streets + paid for the effort in the fact + Clerk R. A. Weeks was in direct the world if the fever tick is eradi- + the Telegraph will afford the best + deny exemptions to married men
,. that town. night Mr. Newberry discovered + that the people of Bradford county +, charge of the clerical work and was cated. He went fully into the detailsof + opportunity of the season to. + whose wives are solely dependent upon
Wednesday in the of col- + seem now to realize more fully + I assisted by Messrs. F. P. Shaffer, G. the work and asserted positivelythat + reach everyone with your busi- + them but where the parents or other
ored someone The officer went shop to the a rear + than ever before the value of a +. C. Livingston, H. C. Richard, Julian by the systematic dipping of all + ness announcement. No advancein + relatives of either wife or husband are
man. +live county with facilitiesfor +I Peek, Miss Alma Lagergren and others + our advertising rates will be +
paper cattle to
the thief out he was in the county for a period of willing assume the burden of her
and came .
i. door as + made for this issue. +
+ giving first-class service. + who volunteered their services. Engage your
commanded to halt. The negro did so, eight months every fever tick in the support during his absence. The same
+ We are adding new subscribersto + The examinations began Tuesda'morning + space now and begin to prepare +
would be killed. What course is to be followed where
telling the officer that there was an- county were _. any
Y + list day, and our old + at 8 o'clock and were completed + your copy.INTERESTING. +
other man in the store, and in the in- our every 'r not on the cattle and killed in the dip- + + drafted man's employers agree to con-
to + ones are renewing as repidly as +I Thursday morning at 11:30. ping would die in the woods from star- tinue his salary as a patriotic duty.A .
Mr. turned
stant that Newberry + their time expires. We thank of Of the 218 men summoned all but 17 vation.Dr. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + third supplemental
flash his light in the store, being off ruling provides
+ you. ofof responded to the summons and were Duckworth that heand that where has
the grabbed him and explained a man supported -
,2. his guard, negro + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + examined. Of this 17, five are alreadyin of citizens NEWS ITEMS his his
l in the scuffle the officer was shot with a delegation had asked dependents by own labor on I
the army; two had asked for a the FROM BUSY LAKE BUTLERMr. land which he
and
1" his pistol, the bullet entering his i board of county commissionersfor own the boards
own
t stomach. The made his DEATH OF JOHN G. RITCH transfer of their examination; 1 died an appropriation to assist in the find that the land could be rented to

Mr. Newberry negro never rallied escape., although bince the registration; and 9 were absent installation of public dipping vats, but C. D. returned last Mon- advantage so as to continue the sup- I

i physicians worked over him Estimable Old Citizen of Raiford, Goesto without giving cause for their ab that the budget had been made up and day from the A. C. L. railway hospital port for the wife derived from the ren-

1 faithfully, and at 9 o'clock last night His Reward. sence. approved for the coming year, makingit at Waycross, Ga., where he had tal, exemption for the man may be de
The following table gives a sum-
he passed away. Sheriff.Ramsey stat- impossible for the board to give as- an operation for appendicitis performed. nied.The
mary of the result of the examination: sistance at this time. This leaves the telegram to the follows -
ed that determined was hot on We are glad to have Mr. Moore governors
the trail a of the negro posse, who had been The news of the death of Mr. JohnG. Already in the army ___________ 5 matter of installing dipping vats up to back home with us again. He is one :
tracked into Columbia county and it Ritch.'of; Raiford, one of the promi- Passed and did not claim exemp- the individual stock owners. of the telegraph operators at the un- "Under presidential regulations the
was believed his capture was certain. nent and best known of the county, .I tion _________________________ 45 At the conclusion of his address Dr. ion station, and will resume his duties I term 'dependent for support' has given -
was circulated over the county Saturday Rejected on physical examination 40 Duckworth introduced Dr. H. A. Smithof again Sept. 1st. rise to several further questionsof

morning, causing grief to many, Passed on physical examination, Gainesville, who will here after be Mrs. L. C. Smith and children are principle affecting large numbersof
-1 Gainesville, Aug. 6.-Friday morning for the deceased was universally liked but filing claim for exemption116 in charge of the work in this county.Dr. visiting relatives at Waldo. persons.

when Sheriff Ramsey and Deputy for his many noble qualities.Mr. Transferred ____________________ 2 Smith is supervisor of a district The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. S. "The general basis for ruling upon .
? J. Dukes were bringing Virgil Ross, Ritch had for a long time suf- Dead __________________________ 1 composed of Nassau, Duval, Baker,I R. Roberts, who live about three miles' such parsons htmtt"te''th spirit an a'a"'
the slayer of Officer C. W. Newberry, fered from euratic poison, and on July Absent without giving cause _____ 9 Clay all Bradford counties, and his I from here, died last Monday, age 4 purpose of the act in providing for
at Alachua Thursday, to the county 13th his condition became so serious services will be at the disposal of per- months, of cholera infantum. The remains such discharge, wherever the terms of
jail, a.bunch of men, supposed to be that it was thought advisable to take Total ________________________218 sons who wish to install dipping vats. were laid to rest in the Swift the act and of the regulations are not
intent on lynching the negro, halted him to Jacksonville for special treat Qualified for Service. Dr. Smith explained that the ob- I Lrcek cemetery. We extend sympa- in themselves conclusive. The act authorizes -
them on the road and took the negro ment. He later returned home, much ject of the present meeting was to or- thy to the bereaved parents, and may the president to discharge
from the sheriff's custody. Ross, whois improved, but again became worse, Those who passed the physical ex- ganize a county live stock associationand they realize and feel contented to wherever the parties drafted are 'ina
a young negro boy of about 18 until last Friday, August 4thj when amination and made no application for Col. C. L. Peek was asked to act know that their little treasure is status with respect to persons dependent -
years, was captured near Fort White he responded to the final call. The exemption, thus qualifying for service, as chairman of the organization meet- Safe in the arms of Jesus, upon them for support which
after an all night's chase, and the best medical attention and the best are as follows: Safe on His gentle breast; renders their exclusion or discharge
; sheriff, fearing violence from the indignant nursing were bestowed on the patient, Ed McDuffy, Schell D. Carver, Ish- ing.By a unanimous vote it was decidedto There by His love o'ershadowed, advisable.' i
., citizens of Alachua, was care- but his advanced age made him unableto am Butler, Fred Oliver Thomas, Wes- I organize the Bradford County Live Sweetly his soul shall rest. Wife Left Without Support. L
; ful to surround that town in an effort cope with the disease. ley Wilkinson, Sellers Washington, Stick Association. Following this the Mr. and Mrs. Roland Wilkinson, of "Such dependency ordinarily ren-
;i to get his prisoner to the county The deceased was born April 3,1848, I George Williams, Purvis Jones, JohnT. matter of electing officers was takenup St. Petersburg, were the guests of Dr. F
\ jail before his capture was generally in Appling county, Georgia, a son of I Reddish, Doris Jones, John M. Rob- and the following officers were and Mrs. J. M. Maines last Friday, (Continued on Page 4.)

I 'Ii. I.. known. Mr. Green B. and Mrs. Elizabeth Ritch erts, Ernest Griffis, Roan Benjamin elected for the coming year: Mr. H. K. Roberts, of Guilford, was
I! The sheriff made record-breaking About forty years ago he married Griffis, Hayes Cooper, Clarence New- President, J. M. Brownlee.Secretarytreasurer in our city last Tuesday. by our Marshal, G. V. Phillips, stat-
1i t time in his car and had gotten within Miss Maggie Butler. Just ten years som, Everett Clemons, Carl McKinney Luther G. Pow Mr. W. A. Beasley died near Brooker ing that three negroes who were sup-
1l i' six miles of the city on the Newberry ago he became a widower through the Joe Roberts, Jesse Starling, ell. last Saturday, Aug. 4th. He was a posed to be implicated in the murder 1;
road, when in the lane just beyond the I death of his wife from a stroke of Jatnes English, Arthur C. Pearce, William Vice-Presidents, S. R. Johns, N. E.I 1 brother of Mrs. C. L. Hunter, of this of Night Marshal C. W. Newberry,

I Fort Call church, he found the road lightning. Three years later he mar Os. Forsyth, Herbert I. Whitten, Roberts, R. J. Andrews, G. W. Hazen, 'I city. For many years he was a valued were on their way in this direction,
blocked by automobiles. He was taken ried'Miss Matilda Brown. Walter S. Whitten, Forrest Assotus S. T. Dowling, W. F. Godwin, B. E. employe of the Door and Sash Factoryof and for him to search freight trains
", by surprise and realizing the fruitlessness The first part of his manhood was Shaller, Pearce Erastus Crumpton, Brown, G. W. Andrews, C. B. Roberts, Palatka, he having been in this fac- on arrival at this place. Our ever
,of resisting the demand made on spent in the naval stores business, Harry Lawson Tillis, John Josiah D. W. Moore and W. S. Croft.R. t ory since quite a little boy, and by his alert marshal was at his post and secured -
i'- j, him for the prisoner, he reluctantly then he became a farmer, and almost Ward, Luther H. Cribbs, George Her- S. Humphrey, L. J. Wynn and E. faithful service and attention to busi- the three whom he placed in the ,
V r gave him up to the determined men. since the inception of Raiford he had bert Scott, Carl A. Prevatt, Franklin S. Matthews were appointed a com- ness he was promoted foreman of the city jail. A little later two deputy
:-. Sheriff Ramsey came on to the city been engaged in the mercantile_busi- Pearce Jones, Oren E. Green, George mittee to draft constitution and bylaws factory. About one year ago Mr. Beas- sheriffs of Alachua county arrived in
r.. with Deputy Dukes, and reported the ness there, his energy doing much for Wallace Shaller, Morgan Riley Ker- and report at the next meeting to ley had an attack of sickness whichde their auto and they were carried to
loss of his prisoner. This was about the upbuilding of that thriving town. sey, Joe Rouse, Volley McKinney, Al- be held on Saturday. August 18th, at \eloped into consumption. He mov- jail at Gainesville.Mr. .
9 o'clock. Immediately a number of He was of a reticent temperament, exander Williamson, Enoch Anthony, 2 p. m.The ed near Brooker, thinking the countryair R. E. Dell has opened a branch
;; j citizens rushed to the scene of the but his business acumen and sound Franklin Christopher Stokes, Charlie association is organized to promote would be beneficial and finally store in West Butler, with J. E. Har-

.. bold-up, expecting to find the negro judgment made him much sought for Fountain, Joel B. Griffis, Ura McKin- the general interests of the live would become well, but the ravages of I per manager. He is putting in a nice
swinging from a convenient limb, but in all matters concerning the public ney, Fred Dell, Francis Emanuel Bev- stock owners of the county and partic- the dread disease claimed him. The new stock of goods and will be prepared -
no such gruesome sight greeted their weal, his kindness and honest dealings ille. ularly to encourage the work of erad- remains were interred in the Antioch to buy cotton this season.
F vision; and here comes the strange made him beloved by all, and his demise Asked for Exemption. icating the fever tick. There will be cemetery near LaCrosse. His family Rev. S. S. Proctor recently conducted -

j part of the story-an occurrence that is much regretted, for he was Those passing the physical exami- no initiation fee and no dues beyond a has the sympathy of many friends in a meeting near Genoa, Hamilton
I probably has no parallel in this or any one of those men who cannot well be small assessment to meet the secre- this their hour of bereavement. county, with splendid results. There

'i other state. Ross, the prisoner, was spared.Of I I tary's postage expense. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hunter and Mr. was a sufficient number gathered together -
taken to the scene of his crime at Ala- near relatives he leaves a widow, exemption I.I J.R.. Chastain: of this place, attendedthe during the meeting to consti-
I \ chua where he made a full and complete five sons, Messrs. J. H. Ritch, of Lewis, Joel Stephens, Jesse Holmes funeral. They went through in tute a good working church. Ten of
Courson Raleigh Shepherd,
l confession of his guijt. When Starke, L. B., W. T., Clarence and Nathan Jlelton Carter, ,Albert Eugene Sur- Sullivan, Frank Dean, Tom Watson an automobile. the members were by baptism.Mrs. .
1 first captured he said that one of his Herbert Ritch, of Raiford; four daughters Brown Oren Wilson, I Waters, Lem Rhoden, James Grooms, Messrs. J. Lacy Douglass and C. J. Proctor reports splendid ser-
,
Henry
1 confederates did the shooting which Mrs. Ida Dekle, of Lake Butler, rency, Cleveland I Howard Francis Stanton, Henry Mack Knight made a business trip to Jacksonville vices at Brandy Branch church last
Wilfred
Philips
Hardy ,
I resulted in the death of C. W. Newberry Mrs. Ada Gaskins, of Belmore, Mrs. Jones, Paul Silas McMillan, Rufus last Tuesday.Mrs. Saturday and Sunday.
Williarm Wilson Isaiah Owen
Berry,
,
Thursday night, but in Alachua he Ona Walton, of Pompano, and Mrs. James (Anders, John Wesley Bielling, Melvin Crosby, Edward D. Griffis, W. K. Bennett and two sons, Sunday morning service was devoted -
told his captors that he alone was guil- Eva Whitten, of Raiford. all childrenof Sebron' B. Crosby, Oliver Underhill, George Lee Hodges, Lacy Griffis Lee Curtis and Cecil, of Bartow, who have to the interest of Columbia Col-
; ty, although there were two others his first marriage. He also leaves James Ellis Clemons, Brannen, Sidney Franklin Bielling, been visiting relatives! and friends here lege and a cash offering of $18.36 with
i with him at the robbery' the store. two brothers, Mr. N. T. Ritch, of Hayes, Hampton Henry Grady Mitchell, Leon Columbus for about two weeks, left for their more to follow. '
,*- n Officers had two arrested on sus- Starke, and Mr. J. II. Ritch, Sr., of Burton L. Beasley, Zack J. Roberts, Mrs. Peelman
men J. Marion Reddish, Carl L. Hilliard, Hodges, David Levy Silcox, Sylvester home last Sunday. On their day theywill corresponding secre-
picion, but Ross failed to identify the Raiford, and one sister, Mrs. Susan Malachi Zimmerman Willie Elbert Prevatt, Vander Bell, Sam H. Har- stop at Raiford and Starke for a tary of the Woman's Work, was withus
: ones as his companions.Ross Teston, of Raiford. few days. on Sunday and thrilled the heartsof
Bush, Louis Mitchell, Bosey Perry,
was then brought to Gainesville The funeral took place Sunday, of the people with splendid talk.
number a
Eddie Arthur Green, Thomas Jefferson (Continued on Page 4.) Quite a our young men
-1 and placed in the county jail, Rev. Galloway conducting the obse- left here last Tuesday in answer to The two and a half weeks' of revival
; while the general belief prevailed that quies. The interment was at Sapp Uncle Sam's call for medical examina- services conducted by Rev. H. L. Ezell,
'. he had been lynched. To say that Sheriff cemetery, where the great concourseof tion at Starke. Bradford boys are the railroad evangelist, have come to
Ramsey relieved would be putting mourning friends from near and WAR ON close with resultst
was CHINA HAS DECLARED ever ready to meet their country's call. a very gratifying
i;_ = it mildly. Ross was brought to far and the profuse and exquisite flor- Rev. W. J. Hilton, of Otter Creek, Although the weather was very unsettled
the county jail from Alachua by J. W. al offerings testified to the love and visited his sister and his children here and lots of rain fell, the atten-

McCann, Dr. J. W. Bishop, DeWitt esteem in which the deceased was held. GERMANY AND AUSTRIA-HUNGARY last week. dance was good.
# Hague, and J. L. Shaw. -- Mr. E. Y. McMullen, formerly our Rev. Ezell is a man that handles his
1 Ross was located in a cotton patch to Alachua county. Had this occur-I G. S. & F. agent, was in our city last subjects very ably and with great ear-
-- .: near Fort White about sunrise Friday I rence taken place in Illinois, I Tuesday. He is now agent at Ash- nestness, and being a man who has

; "' morning, Sheriff Ramsey's dog leading i gry mob would not have stopped with I PEKING, August 3. (Delayed in The entrance of China into the war I burn, Ga. We were glad to see our been "down the road," to quote from
the posse, who was made up at the I taking the life of Ross, but, drunk transmission-China has declaredwar must be regarded as of tremendous.. old friend, E. Y., again. one of his expressions, he gets downto
time of the sheriff, G. W. Livingston, with power and blood, it would have on Germany and AustriaHungary. importance to the Allies. If Chinese Mrs. W. G. Blanchard, of Jackson- brass tacks, and dissects with the
< F Arthur Cathcart and J. Dukes, to the sacrificed innocent lives in mad riot troops enter actively into the military ville, was the guest of Dr. and Mrs.J. Word of Truth the inner lives of his

a hiding place of the negro. until dispersed by state troops. Beden- Acting President Feng Kwo Chang operations, the effect will be to give M. Mann this week. She was on her audience. He cuts deep and touchesthe

/. Ross talked freely after reaching Friday afternoon Marshal the has approved the unanimous decisionfor Russia a powerful ally and military way to visit her mother who lives in tender and vital spots, but all the
: t \ his cell in the county jail. He told the baught, of Alachua, brought to war reached at a recent special reinforcements the effect of which can Lakeland. time keeps the balm of charitablenessand
arrestedas
sheriff that when Mr. Newberry flash- county jail the two negroes meeting of the Chinese cabinet. I hardly be overestimated. Mrs. Sarah Douglass and Mrs. R. sympathy applied. So that by the
: ed his light on him and attempted to the accomplices of Ross. They gave Ministers of the Entente powers will Should China put an army into the I F. Rivers and baby made a visit to time he is through the soreness and
search him, he grappled with him and their names at the jail as Fred Young meet at the Chinese foreign office, field in the east to co-operate with Dukes last Sunday. irritation is allayed and he has won
7 fitting hold of the shot. He and Will Coleman, but they were the love and confidence of his hearers.
pistol probably on Saturday, to discuss for- Russian forces, the pressure upon the Mrs. M. D. Barber and daughter,
then made his escape. Why the men known in Alachua as Simon Perkins mally the declaration of war that will Central powers would probably be so Cameta, of Geneva, and Miss Roberta Rev. Ezell is a remarkable man in
f who took Ross from the sheriff and Elijah Rutledge. They were ar- the that while sin in the
e presumably probably be made next week. great as to force terms of peace. Sessions, Macclenny, attended condemning very
'; :.. to lynch him, changed their rested at Lake Butler. The announcement that China will Whether Chinese troops will actually revival services here last week. strongest terms, he does not attack
minds and brought him to the county Officer C. W. Newberry died of his enter the war on the part of the Allies take part in the war, however, is Mr. L. A. Duncan, Casper Duncan the individual sinner, is not personal 4
jail to await the action of the law, is wounds Thursday night, and his body confirms suspicions generally enter- not suggested by the dispatches s P. M. Padgett made a business does not stipulate what his audience ;

_. another story; but they deserve credit was taken to Hampton, Bradford coun- tained that the recent short-lived mon- far. Although Japan has been one o otrip to Starke last Monday. shall give, forgets the collection in
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for holding their passions in leash, and ty, Friday afternoon for burial at his archial revolution and the attempt to the Allies since the beginning of the Mrs. D. F. McDonald was visiting nearly meeting, takes what he gets at 1 I*
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their action has brought credit on the old home. He died in the dischargeof over throw the republic and restore war, it is not known that any Japanese relatives in Starke last Monday. from the Lord and goes on his way re-
town of Alachua, whose citizens had his duty, and his widow and other the Manchu dynasty were inspired by troops have taken part in military op Last Wednesday night a telephone joicing in the fact that he is a lover ,
the power to take vengeance in their t relatives have the sympathy of the en- German diplomacy. erations. message from Alachua was received of the souls of his fellow men.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY AUGUST 10. lilT.

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-- NOTES FROM STARKE BRANCH against Austria. three years ago, she made with regard .
Ii With dramatic swiftness the third to England. She
argued, 'we
RED CROSS. do
i army, under Duke of Oosta, stormed not believe England will come in but
I I Review of War Situation and captured Gorinia, hitherto consid- if she does come in, she is not'a'nuli,
, The Starke branch of the AmericanRed ered impregnable. By January 1, the tary nation and cannot become a mili"tary
< Cross now has 132 members en- i l Italians had captured 1,200 square nation soon enough to play
rolled and the ladies are busy sewingon I I important in this any
!# miles. part war. We
hospital supplies.Miss the Third Year After a winter of artillery duels, ed that theory wrong as you will prov,
Ruth Ritch has acknowledged t-After : Italy resumed her offensive on the her theory regarding the United prove
receipt of the sixty comfort kits sent Carso front in the campaign toward States wrong.

, from Starke, and stated that they had -_- : Trieste. Within a month the Austrian "What was it that led Germany into If
been distributed among the Florida I memorial the Germans lefta lines were broken from Castagnavizzato war with the United States? H
She
The third of the world war regard as
4 RED CROSS PLEDGE troops at Black Point. year I devastation the sea. Italy inflicted losses of found she could not win on land.
widespread
track It
of m
fortunes conflict
closes with the
: the box of sheets, pillow and lost heav-
Work Austrians
on 85,000 on the was necessary to try U-boat
which aroused world-wide indignation.The warfare.
This is the oath which members of cases, towels, wash cloths, etc., has favoring the entente except for uncer- British Claim of nearly ily herself. Austrian hurried rein- 'This,' said the German theorists,
: tainty as to the outcome of the Rus- capture "will
the Red Cross Society take. It is repeated almost been completed. Calls are be- sian situation.The 5,000 prisoners in the three months of forcements from the Russian front. defeat England and bring the reign
: in the workrooms of the society ing made for the following articles: Central Powers sustained mo- this German retirement for a depth of In the Trentino the Italians took of the Entente to an end. We do not ;
good one to remember Handkerchiefs, bed shirts, convalescent the offensive in June and after terrific believe the United States
day and is a front of will
miles
fifteen
every mentous setbacks, both military and five to along a come
gowns, shoulder wraps (made of miles. fighting captured the Austrian positions : in, but if she does, she is an
: about unmilitary
.
months.On forty-six
the twelve
"I pledge allegiance to my flag, and Daisy cloth), yarn socks and splint political the, during western front in Europe the In April the British transferred the on Monte Ortigara and Agnel- nation, has no army, cannot create -
which it stands. pollows. A number of the workers are 10 These they were forced to one for
to the Republic for Teutons find themselves on the defen- offensive northeast of Arras, forcing pass. many months, perhaps 1
with Liberty now engaged on the articles mentioned relinquish however, in the face of certainly
indivisible years cannot become
One nation, contribute sive at the advent of the fourth year. von Hindenburg to redistribute his a mili"i:
to
and Justice for all. above. Any one wishing They fight on lines newly established I forces along a fifteen mile front. Canadians Austrian counter attacks.Year's tary factor soon enough to play any
material or to do sewing are requestedto Result in BalkansIn part in this war.'
historic in this
after forced retirement from terrain played a part '1
report to Mrs. A. M. Darby, chair- I the Balkans the year's military Germany Like
Drowning
taken Men.
"
in earlier fighting. Monchy-le-preux was
which they had won daysat
relief committee.The
0 of
military
t> man after development saw the occupation "That reasoning sounds
tremendous secrifice. and Vimy Ridge was captured unbelievable ;
: RED CROSS DEPARTMENT Red Cross workers in many pla- Meanwhile a new enemy powers, not- one of the world's bloodiest battles. Roumania by the Teutons-a gain of to us, but a drowning man clutches ata
have decided not to spend time and of the
ces great economic value because straw. We believe the
. Christmas ably the United States, have been Canadians held the ridge against des- German theo.
elaborate
: . . money for making their friends and relatives, drawn in by the Central Empires and perate counter attacks. This success oil and grain fields. The Roumanian with rists will be proved as wrong in their
gifts reformed, is co-operating estimates of the
of Arras turned Hindenburg'snorthern army United States
toward the achievement of east as they
but to remember them with a loving progress British critics the Russians and as the year closed were in their estimate of England.
and
the ultimate aim of the Entente and pivot regarded -
card. This does
letter or appropriate its allies has been furthered by politi- it as the greatest in the his- they were engaged in a heavy offen- "You asked me what is the outlook
not apply to the children's Santa Claus cal disturbances which will remain tory of British arms in the presentwar. sive against the Austro-Germans, the at the opening of the fourth year of
-F much and
,
By this arrangement saved for money work 1 memorable in the history of all times. This offensive, continued, placedthe Turks and Bulgarians. the war. First let me give you in epi
patriotic
time can be British astride the Hindenburgline Bulgaria won successes of moderate tome of the history of the first
Chief these are the fall of three
.. that will greatly help our soldiers. It I among
. retired importance, including the captureof years as I understand it.
that the Starke branch two crowned heads-Nicholas of Rus- and the Germans to posi-
suggested
was Christ- sia and Constantine of Greece. In tions a mile or two west of the Dro- the Grecian port of Kavala. "The first year, broadly speaking,
this for the coming
A GLOWING CROSS OF RED. adopt plan Russia autocracy has given way to a court Queant line. These they held as The newly-equipped Serbian army was an attempt by Germany to put
mas season. I arrived at Sanoliki in August and began into
effect elaborate
.
plans
the third closed..ueanwnne which her
republic. In Greece a kingdom remains year
.. ._.__ __
t." .t. 0 t. aL I! rot. an offensive which won Ostrovo,
Upon the field of battle THE LIBERTY LOAN CYCLE. but not a pro-Teutonic one Entente me: oauies 01 \...uampaignand military strategists had been prepar.
Plowed by the shrieking shell, I pressure having won supremacyin Aisne had been carried on by the on the road to Monastir. This offensive ing over the space of many long years.
Where wounded lie and many die this part of the Balkans. French, who in April captured Au- resumed in the spring with the cooperation The first phase was a concerted at-
; In the midst of earthly hell; Through the sale of Liberty Loan Political events within the German berive. In the first days of the Cham- of Entente and Venizelist tack on France and Belgium during
S To what do they look for succor 1 bonds the United States 53 borrowing and Austrian empires, featured by the paign offensive, one of the greatest troops won Monastir and Cerna.In certain allotted period of time, in
While bombs burst overhead? large sums of money from its citizensits fall of Chancellor von BethmannHollwegg struggles of the war, the Germans sustained Greece the military moves of the which the Germans estimated it would
i A banner white, with emblem bright, business men, farmers, bankers, have led to open discussions of I an estimated loss of 100,000 ntente forces included a blockade of be impossible for Russia to disturb
A glowing cross of red. wage earners, merchants, manufacturers. peace in the German reichstag as the killed, wounded and taken prisoners Greece and temporary French occupa- them in the east.
The government collects this money fourth year dawns.In through their desperate defensive op tion of Athens. "The attack on France was checked,
murk of and disburses it in two ways. Partit Great Britain, the third year erations. Fighting in these regions A brilliant British campaign in Mes- first on the Marne, later on the Yser
the
Out of beacon carnageIt star expends itself and part it loans our closed with Winston Spencer Churchill continues after three months, during cptotamia accomplished the capture of and at Ypres, although France and
shines a the; allies. The United States and these former first lord of the admiralty, which the French have advanced from Kut-el-Amara, in February; and of Belgium suffered severely in the pro.
The glow dispels woe
rosy and far. other governments spend it for Amer- returned to the cabinet with the port- one to five miles along a fifty mile Bagdad, terminus of Berlin-to-Bagdad cess.
Of wounded near bannerA ican products and American labor andit I folio of minister of munitions. front. The present French line runs railway, in March. The capture of "Germany then. according to her
this
Beneath valiant force glorious is led goes back directly into the hands of Portugal and Roumania threw in from northwest of Soissons, through Bagdad had a deep moral effect in the plan, took the defensive on the western
; charmA the people, the American businessman their fortunes with the Entente short- Rheims to Auberive. Orient, particularly in Arabia, where front and turned her offensive
the they wear -
Upon arm of red.a farmer, banker, wage earner, ly after the third year began. The British Launch OffensiveIn many natives revolted from Turkish eastward in effort to knock out Rus.
cross
glowing
merchant and manufacturer.This United States entered in April, followed June, 1917, the British began an rule. sia. Here again she failed although
is the cycle. John Smith the by Cuba and Liberia. Panama attack on Messines and Wyschaete in Russians operating in Persia took her attack enormously weakened Rus
Back of the field of battle, farmer and Thomas Brown the wage pledged the United States her aid in an effort to straighten out the Ypres Hamadan; and further north, in Turk- sia's offensive power.
Over the couch of pain, earner each has purchased a Liberty defending the Panama canal. Costa salient. Again British fliers dominated ish Armenia, Russians captured Van. "In the autumn of 1915 Germany
With tender touch that's serving much Loan bond paying down the initial Rica put her naval bases at our dis the air. The British had spent an In the Holy Land the British openeda definitely abandoned her old pre-war
They strive with might and main payment of 2 per cent. On June 28th posal. China, Bolivia, Guatemala and entire year mining the earth for this new era in the history of the East. strategic schemes and started in on a
To bind up all the broken, they made the 18 cent payment, Their advance has carried them nearly
per Brazil severed diplomatic relations offensive, which was begun with an new plan developed since the war be-

To dry the tears they shed. depositing the amount in !their} banks. withGermany.. Uruguay expressedher explosion so terrific: that it was heardin I to.Gaza.- Their- objective. is Jerusalem 2'an.- ... namely."0"__n _an n effort--_--- tn__ nnhniMft-r -"- ..;.-_
Why do they care? Because they bear I and sending checks to the Federal Reserve sympathy for the United States. London. Beyond Messmes, for two which the Turks were reported in I tel-Europa,' as a great block composed
t : A glowing cross of red. Bank of their district. The Federal Late in July Siam entered the ''war miles east and northeast, the Britishwon June to have partly evacuated. of four so-called powers which
t Reserve Bank collects the check against the Central Powers. and consolidated ground, captured Except for submarine operations, would command the road to the east.
Upon this world of batHe and redeposits the money' with the local Three new nations were born dur- more than 7,400 prisoners and a naval writers have found little to en- The autumn campaign of 1915 consisted -

U The Master looks today banks. Later the Treasury Department ing .the year. Poland was created a great store of artillery. Gaining every gage their attention during the past in essence, of the furtherance of
I Down from the skies with saddened draws against it and the kingdom under German anr Austrian objective, they placed themselves year. this scheme by conquering Serbia, the
eyes money is again lodged with the Fed- direction. In Mecca the Arabians overthrew astride the Ypres-Comines Canal, having Germany continued to rely on U- bringing in of Bulgaria and haltingour
That war should yet hold sway. eral Reserve Bank. It is almost immediately Turkish rule and declared in- advanced three miles on an eight boats. This policy led to unrestricted Dardanelles effort by rushing mu-

But see; his smile illumines. withdrawn from the Federal dependence. In the Balkans, libertywas mile front, Portugese and Belgian warfare which drew the United States nitions, supplies and soldiers to the assistance -
"Some follow where I tread; Reserve Bank either by the United 'i established as a republic under troops aiding in this offensive. In recent into the conflict. of the Turks.

I claim them mine by mercy's sign, States or by some foreign govern- Italian political protection and with I: days the fighting there had been U-boats destroyed an estimated i "By the winter of 1915 Germany
A glowing cross of red. I ment engaged in war with Germanyto French military aid. I confined to raiding operations. gross tonnage of more than 4,000,000 had gone a long way toward realization -

MARY TARVEF CARROLL, which the United States has ad- An estimate made two months be- It is estimated that during April, during the year. This included 2,000- of her own ambition, and this
Ozark Ala. vanced money and is paid out for the fore the end of the third yearvoicedby May and June the Germans suffered 000 flying the British flag sunk from point represents to my mind the grand
: American products or labor. Some of Arthur Henderson, of the Britishwar 350,000 casualties on the Western February 25 to July 1. climacteric of Germany's offensive
f it is spent for farm products and raw cO\lncil-placed the number of front. '. America's destreyer flotilla arrivedin power. All this time Great Britain

A WORD FROM PRESIDENT WIL material, and some of it for manufac- .. men killed at 7,000,000 since August The Russians, having in June of I British waters in May without the had been building up armies, and with
SON. I tured products, thus going back into 1914. French general headquarters 1916, begun an offensive from the Pri- loss of a ship or a man. American the beginning of 1915, we for the first
the hands of American citizens. recently estimated 1,500,000 Germans pet Marshes to the Roumanian fron- warships convoyed the first American time had a real army in the field.
I Therefore the money paid in by the had been killed up to March 1. Mr. tier, speedily captured Czernowitz and troops to France. Two submarine at- "With the spring of 1916, Germanyhad
In no direction can they (the women above mentioned John Smith and Tho- Henderson estimated the total casual- the rest of Bukovina, together with tacks were made in the transport. At I come to realize that the conquestof
of America) so greatly assist us mas Brown on June 28th in part pay- ties at more than 45,000,000. Brody in Galicia, and in August they least one U-boat was sunk. American Russia was impossible, Russia was
by enlisting in the service of the food ment of their Liberty Loan Bonds may American Troops Arrive entered Stanislau for the third time in warships took over the patrol of too massive to kill or crush. So the
I I wimuustratWTx cfc.eerfu.Uy accepting fow gsrttexv fcatk veto ttevc tanfe viv The first and second American con- ftie war. These operations iorced fne 1'1tk' .'t\ tw\, !!\)1'1Brih a n A German sol again Yarned on Yrasre
its direction and advice. By so time to make up part of their payment tingents of troops landed in Franceon Austro-Germans to relinquish lines French vessels. Brazil added her navyto and the Verdun attack was the result
doing they will) increase the surplusof made July 30th.LARGE June 26 and 27. they had held throughout the winterof ours in South American waters. "With the defeat of Germany it
food available for our own army Nearly 10,000,000 Americans of 915-16. Cities from Bagdad to London have Verdun came a turning of the tide of
and for export to the Allies. To provide !I RATTLER KILLED. military age registered on June 5 under The Halicz bridgehead fell in Sep- been subjected to raids notable attempts which further manifestation was seen
adequate supplies for the coming the selective draft law, and from tember, but the subsequent advanceon being those by German Zeppe- in a successful British offensive. Previous -
year is of absolutely vital importanceto these are being selected the men who Lemberg was not prosecuted be- lins and airplanes on London. In five British military efforts had been
the conduct of the war, and without Hoovers Had Exciting Time With attacks on England in May, June and .
will comprise the great army contin- cause the plight of Roumania demanded comparatively speaking, minor operations
\ a very conscientious elimination of Fierce Serpent. gents which America is planning to the transfer of Russian troops to July, two hundred and ninety-eight or operations undertaken in
waste and very strict economy in our send to Europe.In aid their Balkan ally. persons were killed and eight hundredand support of the French. At the Scmmewe

food consumption we cannot hope to cementing America's associationwith I After the Russian revolution, the sixty-three! injured.America's started. onT new.. work_, and_ really.
fulfill this duty. i, Messrs. F. C., J. F. and Cyrus Hoov- ----- --- --- nn. n -----
: primary I er were on their way to New River the nations now her allies, num- Russians made a feint to advance on Entrance Into War Most great, important work it was, altho I
last Thursday morning, riding in their erous exchanges of missions were ar Pinsk, to cover the actual operations Vital Development of Year. a great deal of the contemporary effect '
WHAT MR. HOOVER SAYS. automobile. When they had arrived ranged. France, Great Britain, Italy, resumed in July against Lemberg and I America's entrance into the war is of the Verdun defeat and of the
some distance west of J. M. Alvarez's Belgium, Russia and other Entente this latter front extended eighteen and the most important development of Somme victory was neutralized by
As Red Cross workers we are all interested place, Cyrus, who sat at the steering belligerents sent delegations to the one-half miles. Known as "Regiments the third year of the great conflice, in Germany's push into Roumana.: The
in food conservation, as the wheel, saw what he thought was the United States as a step toward unifi- July First," these troops, reinvigorated the opinion of Major Gen. FrederickB. Roumanian push, however, viewed in
food problem forms such an importantpart end of a pole across a part of the cation, military, financial and other- by the consciousness of political Maurice, chief director of military true historical perspective, was mere-
in the winning of the world war. road, and turned off a little to clear wise. The United States sent missionsto liberty, confounded German military operations at the British war office, as ly a flash in the pan. The Germany .
Mr. Hoover gives the following wise the object. But it was found that it Russia anj other countries. prophets by the magnitude and extentof expressed in an interview in which he military power already was on the deI
[] | counsel in regard to the food situation was a very large snake, and the rep- Fighting on the western front dur- their offensive. reviewed the main events of the third cline, and her offensive strength;: was i
I, : tile crawled into the grass. The travelers ing the third year of the war may Led by Alexander Kerensky, minister year and summed" up the preesnt sit- nothing like what it had been the year .
Don't stint on what your family stopped and were warned by a roughly be divided into six phases- of war; and observed by American uation. "Today, said Major Gen. Maurice before.
needs to keep well or warm or com loud whirr to look out. There was an two in the latter part of 1916 before army officers, the "Rt'g ments July "Germany, whose whole military Fortune Favors Allies.
fortable. That is false economy. Keep enormous rattlesnake coiled up, ready winter called a halt; and four after First" forced the Teutons to evacuate gospel was to prosecute a vigorous of- "The end of 1916 found the situation ,
i your expenses within just and ordinary for business. While two of the travelers the Entente offensive was resumed in Brzezany, and they catured many important fensive, is reduced to a 'pitiful state between the two great groups of con ,-
I j needs. hunted long sticks with whichto the early spring.At positions including terrain of military helplessness in which she testants about equally balanced, but '",
Don't save to save money : save to attack the snake, the remaining one the close of the second year the south and west of Halicz town and is barely able to hang on' in the hope with the scales leaning slightly in fa- f

t i-j, I stop waste. Stop buying the needless began to fire at it with a small pistol. Germans were still unwilling to con- strongly defended positions northwestof that he submarines will force the people vor of the Entente.
, things, but don't stop buying the need- After belaboring the snake with bul- cede failure in the operations center- Stanislau. On July 11 Halicz was of the Entente powers to demand "The year 1917 has presented a still
ful. It is waste that we want to stop; lets and sticks it finally succumbed to ing on Verdun. After August 3, 1916. taken, thus smashing the AustroGerman peace at a time when Germany has rosier picture. During the whole third -,.
l': not needs. the fate such reptiles deserve. the French gained the ascendancy, culminating front between Brzezany and the the 'big pawns' with which to make a year of the war Germany and her allies -

; Our Allies do not need our money. The reptile was found to be six anda in the retaking of Douau, Carpathians.This bargain. have attempted nothing on land. .y
a i It is the food, ammunition clothing half feet in length and about fifteen Thiaumont, and Fort Vaux, with thou- Russian operation broadenedby "Speaking from the military pointof They everywhere have been on the de
our money will buy that they need. inches in circumference. A rattler of sands of prisoners and many guns. By mid-July, so'that it extended from view," said Major Gen. Maurice, fensive. The Turks lost Bagdad and
f I r' The money we lend them will almost that length has a great reach and it is November the French had once more the Gulf of Riga to the Roumanian "the greatest event of the third year the Sinai peninsula. On Germany'ssastern
.I in its entirety be spent in hundreds dangerous to fight it with sticks. Al- come into possession of the complete front, a distance of 800 miles. The of the war is the fact that the American frontier, although the Russian :
I of millions of dollars. There will be though the conquerors desired the circle of the Verdun defenses. Germans were reported to be rushing people have joined us. Up to the : revolution enormously weakened the t
more money, more business in the beautiful skin as a trophy, they did The second phase dates back to the troops from the Italian and French present, France and Russia always Russia's military power, Germany wast f
I United States than ever before. But not care to secure it, mostly on account commencement of the Franco-British fronts. Widespread enthusiasm was have been able- to say to their people incapable of taking advantage of the J
' to produce the necessities for our Allies of the disagreeable odor emitted offensive-the first battle of the Som- created throughout Russia and the that the English blood has not yet situation. On the Austrian front, the '
I' we must conserve for ourselves. from the carcass. But they cut off the me-in July of 1916. By midSeptember moral effect on the other Entente pow- been developed to the fullest extent, Italians got in.two. powerful blows. In' f
! ( 'these are the only economics we are rattles, which were fifteen in number, this had reached such proportionsthat ers was tremendous. and that when England's full weightwas the west the British and French struck ,?|
iuI asked to practice: to be careful and in a string about 3 1-2 inches long. the Germans were credited with Before the third year closer how- in the field, the pressure on the repeatedly, and the Germans have l
} |Ellf|L I stop waste. This is probably the largest snake bringing up seven new divisions to ever, Russia's offensive suffered- col-1 I French and Russians would be somewhat been powerless to answer back. -I I
K killed in Bradford county since the face 0 the British and five against the I lapse. German spies, anarchists, peace \I lessened. That still is true, but "This is the pitiful state to which l!
WHAT )IR. HOOVER ASKS. late Capt. A. L. von Kim, in 18SO kill- French. It was estimated that thirty- fanatics and other agitators succeededin I I only to a limited extent. Even Eng- we have reduced the grei jt power ::'
ed a rattler in his yard west of Starke eight German divisions, or, based on I destroying the morale of some of i land is getting near the point where whose whole military gospel was summed ;
Stop throwing any food away, and that measured eight and a half feet in the strength of those German unitsat the Russian troops in Galicia, wherea I I s-he must say that she cannot extend up in the phrase 'vigorous offen-
ask, "Can it be used" length and sixteen inches in girth. that period. about 760,000 men opposed retreat became necessary when unit her work much further in France. In si\e.' Germany's military helplessness -
Order meals so as not to have too I the British and French on this after unit refused to obey ;orders. I the meantime the strain in the conti- -owing to the long strain on her man
much. SOME HOT. twenty-mile front. In this battle the Brzezany, Halicz, Tarnpool, Stan- nental countries is becoming greater power, material and resources, is such -
Have a proper balance of the most British air supremacy became domi aslau and Kalomoa were lost, together and greater, and the French are in that today she barely is able to hanjf
nutritious foods. I B. B. Hopson, of Akron, 0., sendsus nant. By November the British and with all the remaining ground gain- real need of more and more support. on, and her only hope is that she may
i Stop catering to different appetites. a paper from that city, printed during French had taken St. Pierre-Divion, ed during the offensive. The Russians "Of course the same is true and find some way of similarly wearing us f.
Stop eating between meals. i, the hot wave. Ie records how the i iI Baumont.Hamel and Beaucourt and surrendered many prisoners, heavy probably in far greater measure in enemy down and forcing us out of the war
Stop all four o'clock teas. 1 traffic at a crossing was demoralized' had penetrated German positions for a guns and an abundance of supplies quarters. before we get up momentum to drive
Stop all refreshments at parties, because the rubber whistle melted in depth of six miles.In i and ammunition.The "But the whole lesson of the three her back. --:
dances, etc. the policemen's mouth from the heat. the spring, the Germans, antici- death penalty was invoked asa years of warfare is to emphasize the "At present Germany is banking on
Stop eating after the theatre. I Also that a man returning from a fishing pating a resumption of the Somme operations check to further insubordination and military maxim that the man with the the U-boat. She hopes against hop !
One meatless dap a week. trip had his automobile go back on began what has become the provisional government introduceda last reserves is going to win, and we that the U-boat will reduce the peopleof t
One meatless day a week. I him. He laid the fish on the pavement known as the "Hindenburg victorious policy of "blood and iron" in an effort still have got the whole power of the the Entente powers to the same
No young lamb; no veal; no young I while fixing his car, and when he put retreat" to newly established German to avert disaster. United States to draw upon. The state of want, privation and sufferingwhich
pigs or ducklings; no young meat of them back they were nicely fried. Hot lines. In this second battle of the South of the Carpathians and in the United States is today the general reserve she has been enduring for the
any sort. pavements and cold-blooded liars up Somme. Bapaume Irles, Peronne. Gri- Vilna region there was little disaffec- of the Entente. With that reserve months and years past. She hopes to
No butter in cooking; use substi- there. court, Nesle, Fayette, Vaux, Roye, tion among the Russian troops. intact we may look the fourth make the Entente people cry enough
tutes. VBBl BMM-IIIII-I B-W-I Kl K BM Ha _KMHWKBK Tergnier, Ham and hundreds of other Italy, declaring war against Ger- year in the face with entire confidence. and start peace parleys, while she stiu "
Personal marketing instead of by Tell it to the Telegraph and you teU positions were lost bv the Germans. many on August 2?. bean a more vigorous "Germany has made the same mis- has got the big pawns with" which to
. ; telephone. everybody. Advertise In an evacuation which French critics'I prosecution of her earlier offensive- take with regard to the United Statesas bargain at a peace conference."

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKfi. FLORIDA.
PAGE THREE

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/ i iI is also used as part of the source of PUBLIC NUISANCE.: y !' -< .
supply. Some two three NEGRO BROOKS
I or years ago
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. 0. McIntosh, who owns property '!'. ADVERTISING WILL DO IT. 0
1\ The town city clay pit has been _____ 0
abutting the lake, started a resort on
made a dumping ground for the refuse + The billions of dollars that our !)
the lank of the lake. Bathing and
r Live StateN J boating were included in the amuse- DIES ON GALLOWS% carried out of town. This refuse, \ governments and foreign nations 4

ments but now the people who drink consisting of all sorts of abominations, ,' are borrowing from our

the water naturally object to havingthe including dead dogs, cats and hens, is c people will be spent right in this )
a stench in the nostrils of the people 0 country for food stuffs and war .v
water of the lake tflel for bathing
Told by Our Exchanges. purposes. The result has been the For Murder of Mrs. Hess At living in that neighborhood at ordinary < supplies of all kinds. The bulk
l ) arrest of )McIntosh and his partner Mobile Several Weeks Ago times, though after heavy rains 4 of this money will find its way in ,
,.Jack Darling, for using the lake the filth is covered with water and the <> to the hands of the millions of ,9
KEY WEST-Secret service officers This deal includes the two islands in I for bathing purposes. bad smell is not so noticeable. v wage earners, and they in turn .

are reported to have captured E. M. Lake Worth, opposite the Graham MOBILE, Ala., Aug. 4.-Fisher Some years ago the town, after i will spend most of it liberally for }
} Martin, president of the Island City tract. I I I Brooks, a negro taxi driver, convictedfor much trouble and expense, secura* 0 the necessities of life. This community .b
Lank, which failed in 1915. The arrest JACKSO VILLE.-J. E. Cohen, the murder of Mrs. Julia May Hess few acres of land yin Alligator i> will get its share of those
president of the Big Store, is back of Fulton, Ala., was hanged yesterdayat swamp b billions. ,
made in Australia. for a dumping ground for
was PLANT CITY. The garbage and
Warnell Lumber
from the East where he Las been <'
on daybreak. Brooks added nothing The SHREWD home merchant 'vC'
trash.
: If the
has been
| and Veneer Company are preparing business, and he word of let scavenger permitted
brings no to previous confessions. He was calmas to the knows this, and is already mapping v
KEY WES .-All of the saloons in ninety acres of land south of the up in the business of the country so he went to his death. himself use clay pit, and thereby O out an extensive advertising !'
Key West were closed Saturday nightin city for use in production of fall and far as can be judged from the sales The crime for which Fisher Brooks be saving blamed for long hauls, he cannot I 0 campaign to offset the tremen- < >

accordance with the president's winter vegetables. Fifty acres of the being made to merchants all over the : was hanged and for which Albert Sanders i ilege but while malting have use of the pric- ; 0 dous efforts of mail order houses '!)

proclamation prohibiting the sale of tract is already in condition for the country. Mr. Cohen is preparing, he II another negro, also will pay the dumping; ground we it should a more be eligible 9 and large city merchants. He will !)

liquor within half a mile of any mili- plow, every stump having been remov- says, for an early opened season and death penalty on August 24, was com- Wherever used. 0 get his, for advertising bring !'
tary reservation. It is understood that ed, and work of getting the balance in an extremely profitable season, both mitted early in the morning of May one goes around Starke <' it to him. }
have shape is going along favorably. It is from the standpoint of volume of business 21. piles of town refuse are found. It is 0
the saloon men sent a petitionto Robbery was apparently the mo- time that we should The local merchant who for- :!
the war department, asking for 30 probable that beans will be planted done and the wide distribution of tive. filth all the stop spreadingour gets to advertise, who expects to C
days time in which they may disposeof first, and that cabbage and potatoes sales. It was so intensely warm in Mrs. Julia May Hess was the wife over creation. :, increase his business without a ..

their stocks.'w also figure in the operations. New York said Mr. Cohen, that hewas of R. C. Hess, a locomotive engineer i e> proportionate increase in legiti-.

relieved to get back to the cooling of Fulton, Ala. She left her home on I TRY I IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR mate publicity expense, may discover rC' ,

LEESBURG.-The bad check law OCALA.Mrs. Geo. F. Williamsand breezes of Florida. Sunday, May 20, to visit her mother at NASTY CALOMEL to his cost that he is des.

snared a well known Leesburg man Mrs. J. G. Ferguson, both recently Starke, Fla., and it was necessary for creasing it instead. 4
last week. The man claimed that he bereaved of their husbands, now give T ALLAHASSEE.-Captain Rufus her to change trains at Mobile. She 4 The public takes every man's ,

had sufficient money in the bank at the up their only boys to the service of E. Rose, for the past sixteen years the arrived here at 6:30 o'clock Sunday Starts your Liver Without Mak evening and finding her train did <> <$> . < > + .
$
time to cover the check, but by mistake their country. Young George Williams state chemist of Florida, was reappointed not ing YeLl Sick and Can- j < > >
it had been transferred to another when he returned from the border, was Monday to that office. The leave until well after midnight she

business in which he was interested, given his discharge and at once founda commission which is for four years, took a taxicab and went to a hotel. not Salivate. Daily ThoughtA

but this did not save him from being good position. This he gives up and was issued Monday afternoon. Cap Sanders was the driver of the taxicab. single grateful thought turned

bound over to the grand jury. returns to the ranks of Company ARea tain Rose qualified in the primary last On arriving at the hotel Mrs. Hess told Every druggist in towr heavenward Is the most perfect prayer
drug-
Ferguson left for Pensacola, t u year, but having no opposition, his the chauffeur to return for her in time cist and everybody's your -Lessing.
the to take her to her train. She offered druggist has noticed
join aviation branch of the navy. name was not placed on the ticket.
APALACHICOLA.-In recent years Both these boys might have stayed at There was considerable speculation to pay him for the trip to the hotel a great falling off in the sale .
as of calomel
Florida has made rapid advances in home; their mothers might have keptthem to the reappointment of Captain Rose from a purse containing about $20, all They all give the same
honey production. Particularly is this in bills of small denomination. reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking i
at home because he Wit-
for they are both un openly opposed the candidacy its place.
true of the Apalachicola territory der age. But America first and over of the present governor. "But nesses at the trial testified that San "Calomel is iI.I. J. R. Davis
where the largest apiaries in the state all. when the governor was inaugurated," ders would not accept payment then, i dangerous and people
are located. In addition to producinga said Captain Rose, "I told him that i it explaining to his passenger that she know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is 'L
amount of honey this sectionis could him perfectly< safe and gives better re &
large would not only be my duty but pay at the station for both Company |
noted for its fine breed of bee PENSACOLA-The friends of forp to co-operate with the administration my trips. |sults, said a prominent local drug

queens-many of these finding their mer Fish Commissioner T. R. Hodges: and I have tried to do that."- Sanders did not call at the hotel for gist. Uodson's Liver Tone is personally
way to foreign shores where only the were very much surprised at his ap ( M rs. Hess, but Fisher Brooks, another guaranteed by every druggist who -
best breeds are desired. pearance on the streets here Friday i in chauffeur, came instead. Mrs. Hess sells it. A large bottle costs 50 cents, INSURANcE

the uniform of a commissioned officerof JACKSONVILLE.-Although badly entered the car about 1:30 o'clock in and: if It fails to give easy relief in I

MIAMI.-Seven members of the the U. S. navy. While it was known I wounded in the abdomen, Police Detective the morning and that was the last every case of liver sluggishness and

Herald force are now enlisted either in by a few that Capt. Hodges had been : B. F. Hagan, shot and killed his time she was seen alive. Three dayslater constipation, you have only to ask for I Starke < >

the army or the navy of the United tendered a commission, but it was not negro assailant in a gun battle at Union her body was pulled out of Chic- your money back. :-: Florida ; ;
States and everyone of them was a known until Friday that he turned his and Johnson streets Monday night. asabogue, with the throat cut. The Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant-
volunteer. Not one waited longer than affairs of office oven to his successorand The negro, Emmett Washington whom two negroes were arrested and tasting, purely vegetable remedy, .__
I circumstances over which he had no July 19 and took active commandof Detective Hagan was attempting to Brooks confessed, first implicating the harmless to both children and adults.

; control compelled him to wait, before one of Uncle Sam's war vessels the arrest, died almost instantly, five of negro Sanders and later exculpating 'Take a spoonful at night and wake EDGAR EYES
calling Uncle Sam's attention to the following day. Capt. Hodges lifelongservice the shots from the officer's gun enter him. Sanders has maintained his i innocence up feeling fine; no biliousness, sick

fact that he was ready to serve. The on the water and his familiarity ing his body. At about 7:30 o'clockIonday from the first. headache, acid stomach or constipated Optca ,J

Herald is proud to say that its force with the coast of Florida will make night Washington met a negro Witnesses testified that Sanders and bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause JACKSONV .t F..A

. is doing its bit. him of invaluable service to the government John Edwards, at the corner of Brooks met in front of a negro mop inconvenience all the next day like Broken L.r\e. Duplicated
during the present war in i Ashley and Lee streets and is allegedto ing picture theatre during the eveningof violent calomel. Take a dose of calomel Same Day &s ftceicv *

; many ways. have deliberately shot him throughthe Mrs. Hess' arrival and the prosecution today and tomorrow you will feel We SpccWize onfl.;irOrd fS-W 1\1 Posh fe
1 PALM BEACH.-A Lake Worth back. Edwards died at the county contended that a plot to rob her weak, sick and nauseated. Don't losea 140 W. rORSYTH

man is starting a goat farm for raising TALLAHASSEE.-In compliancewith hospital the next morning. While making of a large sum Sanders thought she day's work! Take Dodson's Liver

goats for market. Already he has: instructions from the Postoffice the search for Washington Detective had in her purse was then concocted. Tone instead and feel fine, full of vigor F

orders for more goats than he can fill department j Postmaster George I. Davis Hagan saw a negro in the act of Brooks, in his first confession, said and ambition. (14-5% What is LAX-FOS

in two years with the half dozen goat resumed the dispatch of the mails holding up and threatening anothernegro. that after calling for Mrs. Hess he LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA t
which he will purchase for the nucleu
Saturday morning from Tallahasseeto Detective Hagan approachedand picked up Sanders near the station and A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Cathartic
of his herd. The farmers want the
Carrabelle, south, and to Bainbridgenorth. asked the troublemaker what he continued north along a lonely road. and Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark,
goats to clear their land for them was doing. The After time Mrs. Hess Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root
: The Georgia, Florida and Alabama negro answered that a began I to Black
claiming that these animals are invaluable railroad wheels still it was none of the officer's businessand scream and Brooks said he and Sanders Root,May Apple Root Senna Leaves and
refuse
for clearing land from weeds, to became (Pepsin. Combines strength with palt-
immediately drew revolver. Ha- frightened, stopped the
turn but a
Uncle
Sam, never quitting
shrubs ,and other underbrush. the job, has put an automobile on this pan realized that he had found Washington car and cut the woman's throat. They Keep Well able aromatic taste. Does not gripe. 50c

route. A regular postal route agent accompanies but before he could make a then threw the body into the creek. In

NEW SMYRNA.-When J. W each car for the purpose of move Washington shot. The bullet later confession Brooks said he alone Do not allow the -
Fisher and J. B. Calkins landed amonIter making up and exchange of the mailsat entered Hagan's abdomen. At police was guilty of the murder and expressedi poisons of undigested COFFINS CASKETSAnd

jew fish at the drawbridge Tuesday the postoffices en route. How long headquarters it was stated Detective 1 the hope that Sanders would not food to accumulate in a full line of ,
of last weeek they broke all records this kind of service will continue is Hagan drew his revolver and continued be hanged. your bowels, where they ; Undertakers'
for this section in the size and not known. The government is certain firing until the negro was killed. | are absorbed into your Supplies
; weight of fish landed here. The big to continue it until the trains are The surgeons in charge of the case say PLASTERS CONTAINING DEADLY system. Indigestion,constipation I Automobile Hearse.

fish measured seven feet and five inches again running. One engine left here that Detective Hagan will recover u nGERMS ARE NOW BEING SOLD blood, ,and headache, bad Always on hand. The best ser-

in length and six feet around. No Saturday, operated by a non-brother less serious complications occur. other troubles are numerous boundto vice at the lowest prices. Special

scales were handy for weighing the hood crew. follow. Keep your attention to telegraph orders.
fish, but the estimated weight is 550 People Are Advised to Avoid Buying system clean, as thous-
pounds. The4 fish put up a hard fightand QUINCY-Claude Moseley, a young Goods of Ank Kind From Peddlers. ands of others do, by Registered Embalmer
1. several additional men were necessary TALLAHASSEE-A. Wahnish who man about 21 years of age, was stabbed taking an occasional dose .
to help them land the mon has a large tobacco plantation in this to death Saturday night on the WASHINGTON of the old, reliable, veg DeWITT C. JONES
August
ster. county and a packing house and cigarfactory Cross Roads about seven miles southof 8-A etable, family liver meat-
, in this city, Wednesday morning this city and Manney Edgerton, a German number of peddlers, supposed to I be cine. Starke, Fla.

i brought into the city some leaves lad of 18 years, is being held, charged agents, actually are spreading
l STUART.-The plans and specifications poisoned court plaster the
through
gathered with the fatal Thedford'sBlackDraught
at random from under his inflicting wound. According
have been drawn in full for the United States. Tetanus have
tobacco sheds at the plantation. They to the evidence given at the germs
Palm City bridge across the South coroner's been found in some samples which the
measured much inchesin inquest Sunday
as thirty-six morning,
Fork of the St. Lucie river. Contracts government has had analyzed. This
length and two feet across at the young Edgerton, Moseley and Ramie The Beauty Secret.
-1 are to be let August 17th. The guess- the first concrete evidence to prove t or
fl widest part of the leaves. Mr. Wah Wynn came to Quincy Saturday evening :
i. ed-at cost is around $40,000. The bids reports which have been current f
nish placed several of these leaves on in a buggy and left here for home : several Ladies desire that irresistible
called for are for two types of draws, weeks that poisoned court
about 7 o'clock.
display in the show windows. His They were driving
a
lift. The increasedcost plaster is being sold in charm-a good
one swing and one by men various
fields will produce 3,200 pounds to the horse that belonged to young Edgton's er- Mrs. W. F. Pickle, of '
of material exceed the estimated parts of the country, notably in ::4 complexion. Of
may acre Mr. Wahnish says, and at five father, who had forbidden his the Middle West Rising Fawn,Ga.,writes: course
price on either style of jac k'cents a pound he would make money. son to drive the horse to town when and Great Lake dis "We have used Thed- they do not wish others

knife bridge; but the expense is readyto But domestic tobaccos of this kind is the father left home in the morning, tricts. ford's Black-Draught as ,/ to know beautifier
be met, for the cash is in the bank The department of justice has issued a family medicine. My '/1 \ a
but had told him
now selling at thirty cents. Other to to ride over to the
ready to be drawn. The time of building i bacco in mail box after the of the a warning against the use of mother-in-law could not .; 1 / has been used so they
plantations Leon delivery mail.
will probably occupy eight to ten county are Mr. small sticking plaster unless it comes> i -TJ take calomel as it seemed "{ buy a bottle of
s months. in a promising condition this year and Edgerton arrh ed home before the from approved sources. The too strong for her, so she
if all the planters are jubilant.TALLAHASSEE.The return of his son, and finding the horse is directed warning used Black-Draught as a
-- gone went down the road and met the particularly against purchases mild laxative and liver Magnolia BalmLIQUID
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in small
KISSIMMEE. 670-acre tract )fl boys opposite the home of Herndon packages from ped regulator. We use it
"!) land just south of Kissimmee has justteen world will Sizer. He stopped them in the road dlers. Secret service agents of the in the family and believeit FACE POWDER .
sold to parties who will convert never know exactly how Engineer Olie and unhitched the horse from the department have been notified to be it is the best medicine for IIId nM according to ample diredioiu. Imprar.
I C. Colbert his death bug- the lookout for Dent noticed, ,cooling and
met under his own suspicious persons who the liver made. Try it u .t once. Soothing
J !it into a hog ranch, stocking it with I j gy leaving the buggy and harness Insist lefretiunc. Heal Sunburn Mop Tan.PW .
s engine on the long road of the Soul hthat' ark selling court plasters. They are on theEenuineThedford's. -
Duroc-Jersey swine. First however had been borrowed from the
homeof .
White Rae-RJ.
25c
ern Mill Company about sixteen miles to be detained while chemical tests a package. -
they will feed sufficientto Wynn, in the road and lSc.a'V.uIJ.,b naddinsd. .
young started .
grow crops below Helen, but it will always be are made of their products.The : E-15
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fatten the hogs. With the rapid' I supposed off leading the horse. It is said Sample (either color) for 2c. SUmp.
: that he went to sleep with his samples of sticking plaster, in
increase in the hog raising industry head resting on the rails between the that 'oung105ele)' followed the father which the poison germs were found, I UonMfj.Co., 40 South Fifth St..Brooklyn N.Y.
and the greatly increased! and' of his friend and was soon La-
acreage over
| wheels of the engine and tender. Co were traced to a factory in New York
yield of corn, Florida should produce unken by Manney Edgerton. Moseley
ty Judge A. and small t
Benjaminn Meginnis, as city, a laboratory run in
i ufficient hog and hominy to all cursed the elder Edgerton for
supply taking
>
coroner, accompanied by Sheriff Houston connection with the is under
plant
home demands and have the horse and struck him sur I.o I.
large sur- the
1 a over 0=0. 01:10.01:10. oooh
went immediately to the scene and veillance. It is believed the plaster
plus left to to other states neck with club. At this itbut is IOE2COa
over ship a point, .
e the verdict is treated
was death by accident. His[ with the germs and then
alleged the D
,
head was crushed by the engine, younger Edgerton steppedin I sent to a central distributing point, o
TALLAHASSEE-Urging that this there was not a scratch on any of front Moseley and stabbed him, where it has been mixed in with legitimate o
tate is rapidly being stripped of bothskilled part of the body. Mr. Colbert, hho without the father's knowledge. :' Ir. shipments. Stability
and unskilled labor B. Kessj. Edgerton told his son to come on, and
;.i B. was a man of excellent habits and '
*r, secretary to of the Jacksonville most popular with both coworkersand together they started toward home; | LEMON JUICE IS
chamber of commerce, has asked the: employers, had dismounted from when about a hundred yards up the
j. governor to aid in the 'fight to put a his engine very early in the day and road the boy told his father that he FRECKLE REMOVER 6

top to the activities of labor recruitinr ; while resting for a while before had cut Claude, but didn't know howio 0 D 1

,.t t gram agents the governor in this state.was asked In a to tele-inhis workmen engine.arrived While, resting sat on he the evidently, ties the seriously Richard, so Gatlin they stopped and asked at the him hoof i Girls, Make This Cheap Beauty o D It is not easy to find short-termed investO '

tt 'tract all sheriffs to enforce the state fell asleep and settled backward till: ascertain whether the young man was Lotion to Clear and ments that combine the reasonable profit

7'- law requiring labor agents to pay a his head was on the track. His firereached badly injured. Just before Mr. Gatlin[ Whiten Your Skin.

to of $2,000 before attempting to remen, not knowing that his chief was Moseley, Ramie Wynn, who and absolute safety of Time Deposits.
trait labor in the state. B. McLeod: ,, there, mounted the cab and shifted thet'ng'ine had gone to get a horse to take the .
; of the buggy home, returned and found the Squeeze the juice of two lemons into -
board has o
government with
shipping the tragic result recorded
; also been asked by the Jacksonville above. wounded man dead in the road. He a bottle containing three ounces O Time Deposits issued by this Institution D
had been stabbed of orchard white shake well and D
chamber through the heart van
agents from to withdraw Florida. labor recruiting< ; and must have fallen dead immediately have a quarter pint of the best freckle o for 3 months and in amounts of $1.00 up- o

ORL.UmO.-Whether Orlando peo- I after young Edgerton left him. and tan lotion, and complexion
ple shall drink water out of their public beautifier at very, very small cost. wards, yield 4 per cent interest.

PALM BEACH.-Richard Croker,, bath tub or bathe in the lake that GET READY. Your grocer has the lemons and any

of New York, closed two deals this furnishes part of the water for the Now is the time that your hens will drug store or toilet counter will supThis Our Officers will gladly supply full details 1 1ii
,. Week which gave him the possession city water supply is the question thatis moult or shed their feathers. ply three ounces of orchard white fora

(1 o fthe Brelsford and Graham tract agitating the minds of the community process is rather slow and Nature few cents. Massage this sweetly on request. Call or write to day. o D

south of his home, theWigWarn," at present. For :years the source should be assisted. B. A. Thomas' fragrant lotion into the face, Week,, o i.O i.
south of this city. These two tractsvt of the city water supply was Lake Poultry Remedy will help your hens to arms and hands each day and see how

Mr. Croker 5,700 feet of land Highland, a clear, pretty lage situated moult, causing them to shed earlier freckles and blemishes disappear and ?
from Lake Worth to the ocean for just east of the waterworks plant. and be ready to lay when eggs are how clear, soft and white the skin be Bank of Starke

': Which he is said to have paid $160,000.( Last year the supply became inadequate : higher in the winter. If this remedy comes. Yes! It is harmless. ((97)

I Jhu it one of the greatest real estate for the growing demands of the does not make good, we will.-D. C. Starke Fla.

I deal in the history of Palm Beach. It city and the water and light company Jones, Starke, Aug. 310172431.Tell Piles Cored.e to H Days o
I I. understood that Mr. Croker intendsw made a connection with lake Concord Your druggist will refund money U PAZO o

I clear his newly acquired property .a larger lake lying west of this com- it to the Telegraph and you tell: OINTMENT Blind BleedingorProtruding lane to tore anycaK Pile in 6 of to Itching Uday D a D

and have it prepared for homesites. pany's plant, and at present this lake everybody. Advertise The first application givei Ease and Heat. 50c 001:10.01:10.. ..onooc_ .0 10 11
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PAGE Foui.- __._. ._ .... _..__...,.,, BRADFORD foilNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. _... ___ ______FRIDAY AUGUST 10, IJi;. ;;.
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s Bn.ferd f Telegraph 1 inns; and the local board shall transmit THE OFFICIAL PREMIUM LIST 95 Jar corn -------------------------------------------- .50 It!.. ::::1
? County the district board such affidavits 96 Jar English "
to peas ------------------------------------- .50 .2S t..:'.
:
{( and its own minutes thereon, for 97 Jar field peas ---------------------------------------- .50 .23 t.!
FAIR. A1
BRADFORD COUNTY 98 Jar Okra
consideration on appeal. ------------------------------------------- -50 J-
."I R J Pobliahed Weekly, and entered as see.ood 99 Jar tomatoes .25 .",..
-- ------------ .50 ,
"The foregoing rulings are calculated ----------- ------------ .25' ;
i .t. dau matter at the post-offiee at 100 Jar beans ------------------------------------------- .50 '(.
to out the spirit and termsof '7 .2S'
, carry LAKE BUTLER ,. 1:10 tIDA. 101 Jar sweet pickles .
I --------------------------------- .50 .
-- .
Starke. Florida. the act and to enable patriotic men ) '
1917. 102 Jar sour pickles --------------------------------- .50 .
I to remain in the military service of OCTOBER 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 103 Jar chow chow ----- -25-
------------------------------------ -50
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;t MATTHEWS Editor and Owwr their country, wherever the burden of .'- 104 Jar pickled beets .25. "
E. S. ------------------------------------ .50
. support hitherto carried by them aloneis 105 Bottle home made salad dressing .25 .
LAGERGREN Editor HAY FORAGE I.'TC. ---------- ----------- .50 -
: H. E. Associate .25
in a position to be distributed for a 106 Bottle tomato catsup
--------------------------------- .50 '. _.
t time others who are patriotically !Gt. 2nd. 107 Best collective exhibit canned products, pickles, honey, etc 3.00 .25 '
among 1 Best bale of hay on exhibit ___________________._______$2.00 $1.00 108 Best butter 20)0SO) \.
i. in this pound
make
I The Tampa Times, in an article ready to manner 2 Barrel of velvet beans in hull _________________________ 1.00 .50 ----------------------------------- 1.00 .

praising Lakeland, says that city is their contribution to military service 3 Half dozen bundles oats _____________________________ 1.00 .5 0 NEEDLECRAFT. ,
I "situated upon the high lands running by fitting another man free to enter 4 .Bundle of forage plant, not less than ten pounds ___,____ 1.00 .50 1st 2r4:V r "
i northerly and easterly from Tampa. the army." GRAIN SEEDS, ETC. 109 Best embroidered lingerie set, night dress, tidies, skirt1.50 1.00 .
r r Tampa is evidently "older than the VS. 1st. 2nd. 110 Best embroidered white luncheon set not.less than seven

I. bills" FORTY-FIVE MEN QUALIFIEDFOR 5 Half bushel wheat ___-_______________________________ 1.00 .5 0 pieces --------------------------------------------__ 1.50 1.00 ;
r 6 Half bushel velvet beans, shelled _____________________ 1.00 .5 111 Embroidered pillow cases ---------------------------_ 1.00 .50
- SERVICE IN NEW ARMY 7 Half bushel peanuts ____________:_______:____________ 1.00 ..5S pp 112 Embroidered bed room set, scarf, sheet and pollow cases 1.50 1.00 -

According to a recent government Half bushel field peas ________________________________ 1.00 .50 113 Embroidered night robe ----------------------------_ 1.00 .3050 '
: '' survey, a portion of the north line of (Continued From Page 1.) 9 Collective exhibit of grain, seeds, etc., from one farm, not 114 Embroidered shirt waist ---------------------------__ 1.00 '

St. Johns county has been moved 500 -- less than ten varieties ________________________________ 3.00 1.5 p 115 Embroidered dress, child's --------------------------__ 1.00 .50
feet farther north. This may be right VEGETABLES. 116 Embroidered Hand made baby outfit ____ 1.50 ;
rell, Henry Hodges, Eben Johnson -------------- LOO :
:
., but if it is not it doesn't matter. The Wood Wm. Bray Curtis Lafayette 1st. 2nd. 117 Embroidered towels -------------------------------___ .75 .50 "j'.
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1 government surveyors are not supposed 10 Bushel of sweet potatoes _____________________________ 1.00 .5 p 118 Best specimen cut work ---------------------------__ 1.00 ,.50 :\'
Blair
to make mistakes and their work Benjamin Franklin Gainey, Ted 11 Bushel of Irish potatoes _____________________________ 1.00 .50 119 Best specimen punch work -----------------------_____ 1.00 .50 f;
.I Hugh Halligan, Tate Powell Denmark, 12 Half dozen heads of cabbage _________________________ 1.D0 .50 120 Best specimen Cardanger -----------------------______ 1.00 .50 (
be
: cannot disputed. Kirby T. Crews, Ernest Cavada Johns, 13 Half dozen pumpkins -________________________________ 1.00 .50 121 Mest specimen Battenburg ----------------_------_____ 1.00 .50 ;
V S Walter S. Valencia, James Kite, Jr., 14 Exhibit of egg plants _______________________________ 1.00 .5 p 122 Best speciment filet lace ------------------------_____ .50 -.5 !
[ To show the scarcity of food and the Jesse Parrish, Charlie McSimuel Un 15 Exhibit of peppers --________________________________ 1.00 .50 123 Best specimen Irish lace _______________u____________ .50 .25
r high cost of living in Germany, a derhill, Edgar Davis, Lewis Leforic 16 Exhibit of string beans (one hamper) _________________ 1.00 .5 124 Best crocheted luncheon set --------------------______ 1,00 50
i). press item states that dry salted legs Johns, Sinclair L. Peek, Charles Bag 17 Exhibit of cucumbers, two dozen __:____________________ 1.00 .5 pp 125 Best collective exhibit of crocheted laces --..------______ 1.00 .5050 '

of geese cost 94 cents a pound. The ley, James McCormick, John Wesley 18 Exhibit of tomatoes, one crate ________________________ 1.00 .5 p 126 Best crocheted bed spread ---------------------_______ 1.00 .
fact that the price is no higher shouldmake Marshall, Leon Everett Miner, 19 Exhibit of strawberries, two une-quart baskets __________ 1.00 .50 127 Best crocheted piano scarf --------------------________ 1.00 .50.

it evident that geese, at least, Elam Lewis, Ben Lewis, Ernest Eugene 20 Collective exhibit of vegetables _______________________ 5.00 2.50 128 Best woolen crochet ---------------------------------_ .50 .25
'' MEAL, GRITS and CRUSHED FEEDS. ]29 Best knitted slippers _____
are plentiful in the Fatherland. It Lee, Will James, John Andrew ---------------------------- .50 .25
130 Best knitted shawl '
1st. 2nd. ---------------------- .50
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worth to countthe ------
to be 94 cents --- .25
ought make Jackson McKinney, Henry Bailey, Arthur 21 Peck each of home bolted meal and grits _______________ 1.00 .5 p 131 Best knitted baby sacque --_--------_--------________ .50 ,2J
legs to go to a pound. Carraway, Othoe Asbury Mizell, 22 Collective exhiloit of different kinds of crushed stock feed 2.00 1.COTrON .pp 132 Best drawn work table cover -------------------_______ .50 .25

S Lacy Varnes, Jacob Guilford Weeks, 133 Best specimen drawn work, any kind -------------_____ .50 .25
We are becoming more broadminded. Lewis Johns, Norman Douglass, Adam 1st. 2nd. 134 Hemstitched handkerchief 50
--------------------------- 2550
A few days ago a JacksonvilleI Finley, Frank Starling, Sam Wilson, 23 Bale of Sea Island cotton ____________________________ 5.00 3.00 135 Best specimen hemstitching ----_-------______________ 1.00 .-
I jury acquitted a negro for killing a James Lindsey, Truby Lee Willis, William 24 largest and best stalk Sea Island cotton ________________ 1.00 .5 p 136 Best specimen tatting trimmed garment --------________ 1.00 J5050

wealthy white man who had tried to Starling, DeWitt Brooks, William 25 Fifty pounds of Sea Island cotton in basket _____________ 1.00 .5 p 137 Best specimen trimmed household linen ------__________ 1.00 .

r' despoil his home. Had the case been Davis, William Roscoe Strick 26 Bushel Sea Island cotton seed _________________________ 1.00 .50 138 Best silk quilt -----------------_-------______________ 1.00 .5050
have SUGAR CANE, SYRUP and SUGAR. 139 Best worsted quilt ______________
I reversed, the verdict would been land, Marion Leslie Johnson, William -------- ------------ 1.00 .
1st. 2nd. 140 Best cotton quilt ___________________
in favor of the white man, as a matter Howard Edwards, Daniel E. Bradley, -------- -------- 1.00 .50
I of course, as he would have pleaded Charles LeRoy Osteen, Oscar Alonzo 27 Best dozen stalks sugar cane _________________________ 1.00 .50 141 Best home made rug ----------------_-------_________ .75 .50
the unwritten law in defense. But Elixson Robert H. Franklin 28 Best cane syrup, not less than two quarts ______________ 1.00 .5 0 142 Best hand painted pillow top ------------_____________ .75 .50
George 28 Best brown not less than five 143 Best specimen weaving ______________ .75 .
____
it is rule that does not work sugar pounds ________ 1.00 .5 0 ---------------- .50
a poor Thomas, John Newsom Byrd, WilliamC. 29 Best collective exhibit of cane and cane products _______ .00 .5 0 144 Best specimen spinning --_--------_-_______________ .75 .5050
both: ways. Williams, Timothy Dukes, Grover BEE PRODUCTS. 145 Best hand made basket --------------_________________ .75 .
Ashley, Romey J. Andrews, J. B. Mills, 146 Best house dress .75
------ --
1st. 2nd. -- -------------------------- .50
r The Times-Union linotyper made Lawrence Clyde Smith, Preston Mills l 30 Exhibit of comb honey, not less than three pounds ______ 1.00 .50 147 Best kitchen apron ---------------_________________ .75 -39

Bradford county's cotton crop worth Barefoot, Fred.. Malphurs- Roan J. 31 Best quart of strained honey __________________________ 1.00 .50. 148 Best little girl's dress ----___________________________ .75 JOH0 .1'
from fifteen hundred to two thousand Turner, Roy Edwards, W. Albert Grif- MEAT PRODUCTS. 149 Best little boy's suit ----------------________________ .75

dollars. It should have read from' fis, Ollie E. Griffis, Richard Allen 1st. 2nd. ARTS and CRAFTS, ,:;.

$1,500,000 to $2,000,000, which is quite Griffis, William Julius Norman, Geo. 32 Home cured hams, not less than three _________________ 2.00 1.00 1st. 2nd. '--.-

different. We have heard of one Bradford H. Cone, Williard Lamar Clyatt, Chester 33 Home cured breakfast bacon, not less than three pieces __ 1.00 .50 150 Flowers in oil -----------____________________-______ .75 .50.3;,

county farmer who was offered Jackson Johnson, Kiler C. Cannon, 34 Best five pounds lard -__________________________-_____ 1.00 .5 0 151 Animals in oil ------------__________________________ .75 -50 V'
$10,000 for his cotton crop in the field Benjamin D. Andrews, Joe Griffis. 35 Largest ham, must weigh 20 lbs. properly trimmed _____ 2.50 1.25 152 Flowers in water colors ----__________________________ .50 .25 !1

and turned the offer down. We know Failed 36. Collective exhibit of home cured hag products __________ 2.50 1.25 153 Fruit in water colors____________________________._... .50 .25 .t
another whose crop will bring hardly on Physical Examination. I. FRUITS. ;: 154 Best collection of oil and water colors pictures ________. 1.50 1.00

less than $30,000. Those rejected on the physical examination 1st. 2nd.I 155 Best specimen of china painting -____________________ 1.00 .50

I were as follows: 37 j Best exhibit of citrus fruit ___________________________ 1.00 .5 0 156 Best specimen of wood carving ________________________ .50 -25
SLACKER ARRESTED. John Hodges, Lonnie Monroe Pearce 38 Best ten pounds pecans grown in county _______________ 2.00 1.00 !57 Best wire grass work --______________________________ .50 .25
r I Mack A. Howard, William Martin Oliver 39 Best Japan persimmons, not less than a dozen __________ 1.00 .50 158 Best pine straw work ---_____________________________ .50 .25"

! Joe slacker Ollie Speed, Berry Dyal, William 40 Best agricultural exhibit ----------------------_______15.00 10.00 :59 Best palmetto work -------___________________________ .50 .25 '
; Bailey, a negro was 1 Mack Norman, Claud Ester Noah Taylor LIVE STOCK. 160 Best paper flowers ------_____________________________ .50 .25
arrested Thursday afternoon in the 1 John Gould Pratt 161 Best specimen real basketry __________________________ 1.00 J5025
Frank John
woods west to of Starke what and put in the Summers, Stephen Lewis, Jack Davis, 41 Best milch cow ----__________________________________ 4.00 1st. 2nd.2.00 162 Best specimen shuck work ____________________________ .50 .

county jail await may come Rufus Green, Agnew Everett James, 42 Best bull -----------_________________________________ 4.00 2.00 EDUCATIONAL
to him. Joe claims that he was not 43 Best beef steer __________________
Louis Anderson Davis, Joel C. Alvarez ---- ________________ 4.00 2.00 1st rH I
of age and did not register. Smith Waters, Julius Butler, 44 Best calf under one year old ------________- __________ 2.00 1.00 163 Collection of weaving, 1st grade _____________________- 1.00 '
Stafford Ellsworth Homon Oswood 45 Best sample of the old razor back hog __________________ 2.00 1.00 164 Collection of color work, 2nd grade ____________________ 1.00 I
A BUSY AFTERNOON. 46 Best boar, any breed -________________________________ 3.00 1.op 165 Collection of wood work, 3rd grade ____________________ IjOO(
Darling Kersey, Richard Benjamin 47 Best sow, any breed ________________________________ 3.00 1.50 166 Collection of writing by 1st grade pupil _______________ .50
Wednesday afternoon Moore, Wm. Henry Douglass, Leonard 48 Best litter of pigs, any breed _________________________ 3.00 1.50 167 Collection of writing by 2nd grade pupil _______________ .50
"- time for three was The a busy Hunter, James }t. Conner, L. G. Slot, 49 Best stallion -------__________; ______________________ 4.00 2.00 168 Collection of writing by 3rd grade pupil _______________ .50
stores. Starke Wm. Tallie Lewis, Hampton Tadgett, 50 Best mare --------__________________________________ 4.00 2.00 169 Best collection from 4th grade, any school ____________ 2.50 '
Hardware Company had had a negotiation Samuel Jackson, Arthur L. Bradley, 51 Best colt under two years old _________________________ 3.00 2.0 0 170 Best collection from 5th grade, any school ______________ 2.50
pending for the buying of the Guy Chester Cady, Vivian McHatten 52 Best mule raised in Bradford county __________________ 4.00 2.00 171 Best collection from 6th grade, any school _____________ 2.50

II.i hardware kept by the Johns Furniture i Ivey, Gee Dupree, Kad Mill Watterson 53 Best mule colt --------_______________________________ 3.00 1.50 172 Best map of Florida by 4th grade pupil ________________ .50
Co., and the trade was finally! Mose Virgil Pearce, Alex. Cross, Jesse 54 Best jack ---------_____________-______________-_____ 4.00 2.00. 173 Best map of Bradford county, 5th grade ______________ .50 ..
l'' made about noon Wednesday. On this Marion Brown, Ichabod Phillips, POULTRY 174 Best map of United States by 7th or 8th grade pupil-____ .50

I trade depended also the changing of Everett v Johns, James E. Futch, John Pairs-First, $1.00. Second, $ .50. 175 Best collective exhibit FLORAL one school in the county_ 5.00 <
'i location of three stores. Immediatelyafter Daniel Crawford. Pens-First, $2.00. Second, $1.00. EXHIBITS.
I the consummation the Johns 55 Plymouth Rocks. 56 W 'andottes. 1st
Furniture Co. began to move their Not Appearing for Examination. 57 Rhode Island Reds. 58 Leghorns. 176 Exhibit of cut chrysanthemums, not less than one dozen. 1.50

furniture and house furnishing young men who have already 59 Turkeys 60 Guineas. 177 Best exhibit of geraniums _____________________________ 1.00
across the street to R. S. Johns' g00resoined the army are: William Arthur 61 Ducks 62 Geese. 178 Best exhibit of cut roses in vase ______________________ 1.00

and the Starke Hardware Co. movedtheir Moitt, Allen Thaddeus Carter, Albert 63 Pigeons. 179 Best single specimen of palm _________________________ .50
Golden COOKIXG. ISO Best collection of ferns, not less than four varieties _____ 1.50
Perry Kite Jr. and
goods into the furniture store. Arch Anderson. George 1st. 2nd. 181 Collection of colladiums ______________________________ 150* ,

As soon as part of the hardware was Those 6.t Loaf white yeast bread ----___________________________ .50 .25 182 Collection of begonias _______________________________ 1.50
moved out, Mr. Johns moved his goods asking for a transfer of examination 65 Corn bread -----------_________________________-_____ .50 .r MISCELLANEOUS FOR CHILDREN UNDER 14 YEARS OLD.
there and all were as'busy as ants. were: Albert Julius Mayo, 66 Plate of baking powder biscuits ______________________ 1.00 .50 1st. 2nd.

The Starke Hardware Co. now has Earl Manire. 67 Plate of soda biscuits --______________________________ 1.00 .50 183 Best made outfit for dolls _____________,_______________ .50 -25
and the Ura Morton Green was the only 68 Pound cake _______________________ 184 Best
roomy quarters, proprietors of ------- ___________ 1.00 .50 specimen of mending -------------------_________ .50 .25
the other stores mentioned are well death among the number. 69 Cocoanut cake -------_______________________________ 1.00 .50 185 Best specimen of darning --------------------_________ .50 .25
pleased with their new locations. Those absent without giving cause 70 Chocolate cake -------_______________-_______________ 1.00 .50 186 Best specimen of crochet work _______________________ .50 25 '
are: William Holley, Chas. F. Moore, 71 Apple pie -------------______________-_______________ .50 .25 187 Best specimen of knitting ____________________________ .50 .25J25'

CROWDER SENDS NEW Blaine Tunsel, Jacob SIcFashion, Elias 72 Lemon pie ------------____-________________________ .50 .25 188 Best specimen of tatting _____________________________ .50 .
EXEMPTION I STRUCTIOXSContinued Elsie Stewart, Johnny Edwards, Walter 73 74 Pumpkin pie ----------_____________________________= .50 .25 189 Best specimen of hemstitching ______________1_________ .50 .25

Fashaw, Cleveland Harrison, Willie 75 Sweet potato pie -------______________________________ .50 .25 190 Best sofa cushion ----_______________________________ .50 25 "
Nut fudge candy __________________ _____ 191 Best specimen raffia
H. Under ------- _____ .50 .25 work ________ j 0 25
Sapp. the law these men 'i6 Best ------------------- >
( From Page 1.) will be collection of home made candies, not less than six 192 Best picture frame --_________________________________ .50 .25
and immediately if certified for service : varieties -------------_____________________________ 2.00 1.(00 193 Best model hat rack ,________________________________ .50 .25 ':.
ders discharge advisable because since they do not report for 77 Glass grape jelly ---------_________________________: .50 :25 194 Best towel rack -----________________________________ .50 .25 .'
the drafted person loses his civil i duty will be dealt with as deserters. 'i8 Glass strawberry jelly ----__________________________= .50 .25; 19:5: Best coat hanger -----_______________________________- .50 25
and McFashion, one of the absentees, is 79 Glass pear Jelly --------____________________________ .50 .25 GRAND PRIZE. .
come thus loses his means of support said to be in the 80 May Hall Jelly __________ ____ __ ,-*--
custody of the civil ------- ____________ .50 .i5::. 1st. 2nd. 3rd.
the wife is left without support, authorities in Gadsden county. This 81 Plum Jam, glass.I ----____________-__________________--- .50 .25:: 196 A grand prize will be given for the best collec

and this lack of support is the effect will constitute a sufficient excuse for 82 Strawberry. Jam, in glass ----------___________________ ..,0 .2 5 tive exhibit made by parties of voting precincts.
which the act aims to avoid. But his absence. 83 Glass Jar peach preserves ____________________________ .50 .2;) Each voting precinct will be expected to compete

wherever such effect does not in fact Another Call Soon. 81 Glass jar plum preserves --___________________________ .50 .25 for this prize ------------- ___20.00 10.00 5.00
----
follow and the wife is not left "ithout : It is believed that it will be 85 Glass Jar fig preserves -----_____-____-_______________ .50 25 -----------

reasonably adequate support, but to make necessary 86 Glass jar watermelon preserves ---____________________ .50 ::25
will receive such support from othersources another call to completethe 87 Jar orange marmalade -----__________________________ .50' .25 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I STATE >
; there is no real dependencyndering county's quota, but this cannot I be 83 Jar guava marmalade ------__________________________ .50 .25 COLLEGE for WOMEN

discharge advisable. decided until the exemption claims fil89 Jar pear butter ----------___________________________ .50 .25 GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE
ed with the board have been acted 90 Jar grape utter J____
.
up ------ of
"The following; classes of cases are 91 Best collective : : =-------------------- .50 ,25 High, Moral, Intellectual Standards College the Highest Rank ,
on. In view of exhIbit of
General
Crowder's instructions pIckles
Jams, jellies
marmalades Liberal Arts
within this Liberal Education Music, Expression
ruling: sent out on Wednesday, and and preserves --------------____________________ 2.00 1.1 00id. Arts, Law, Agriculture, Engi ;;
Physical Education Art
"A-Wife
and children. ,
which are published in the Telegraph CANNED FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC. veering, Education, Graduate School.
"1-Where the other Send for Home Economics
relatives
parents or Catalogue and Views
\ it
today
now seems that 1st.
probable 2 .
a
of the wife or husband are able, 92 Jar strawberries _________ Write for Catalogue and Views
___
number of the claims made for ---------------- _________ .50 25 A. MURPHREE
ready and willing to provide adequate tion will be disallowed. In this exemp 93 Jar huckleberries --------____________________________ .50 .25 EDW. CONRADI,
support for her and children event 94 Jar peaches __________________ President. President. i
( if any) the number selected from the first call ------------- _________ .50 .25 I :
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during the absence of the husband.
I wlil be materially increased, and the
i
2-Where the wife land that
owns second call may be for only a few One Mayor.
has produced income by the husband'slabor One Clerk. .
1 men to complete the quota. This feature - - -
- -
? One Marshal and - -
but which could with reasonablecertainty Collector. -
of the matter cannot be determined Two Aldermen.One - - - - -
-
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be -
rendered during his absence however, until the board has Assessor. -
to other persons so as to provide > had time to Inspectors of said election J. L. Peek F.
fully consider the "
exemption P. Shaffer and T. N. Kendnck. '
an adequate 1
support. claims.If In testimony whereof 1 hereunto subscribe I
3-Where there exists some arrangements a second call is found my name and cause the seal of the said town
by which the necessary to be hereunto affixed this >th day of August
salary -
or it will probably be made some time If 17.
wage of the husband is continued, in JOE 2 Hats
next week. The first man to come un HILL WILLIAMS.
whole or in part, by third person, being der the second call is Barney Foster, tSEVLl :Mayor of Town of Starke.. ,
8NMt.XOTICE
employers insurers
or of others, of New River. OFFstv
and such portion of the salary or wage
either alone or with an allottment of OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
:
Under Section 8. of Chapter 4S.S,
his soldier's pay, or with other definite [ J. Matthews, the well known LAWS OF FLORIDA. .
income, will furnish a reasonablyadequate merchant and planter of Bland, Ala- Hereby notice is given that G. W. Alderman.rtrcha.er .

support. chua county, was a visitor to Starke sl..et| \ ly of 92 tax and sale 1\19.certificates issued by numbered the Trx Col-reo

"B-Other dependents: Tuesiay. boar for Bradford Toanty. Florida! .-..r*) of 1 Silts
"1-Where in one of the foregoing I SS'd' certificates being dated July 5th. A. D. S'c.
:\.Is. hay filed said fpri.ticates in mv 9fic and
ways a reasonably adequate supportis R. L. McCall, farmer and naval rnode application 'or tat teed lr issue in
provided for a widowed mother, infirm -uoidarce: with law. The stid certificates!
stores operator of Guilford, was in respectively embraces the following lands in''
parents or orphan child under r6 town Thursday and paid the Telegraph Bradford county Florida assessed at the date
years, of a son, brother or father called office a friendly)) rail.Optimistic of the issuance of such certificates in the
names respectively hereinafter
into sen-ice. particularly set
forth toit:
"Under presidential regulations providing Certificate N'o. 92: embraces 2 A in Northwest '
that 'any certificate discharge Thought Quarter of Southwest Quarter E of Main stand '
or
X. of B. M. Le\'erett & Co. W of Ry.
Without or
may be withdrawn, modifiedor danger danger cannot besurmounted. blk M. Sec. 25. Tp. 6. S. R. 19 E., 2 acres.
renewed' by the local board, the -messed S. R. Estep & Co. / J.M. ALVAREZ
board is authorized Certificate No. Icy embraces Lou 1 and 2 I,
to reopen any exemption 4U'OR'S of blk 3? in Worthington, a--se.sed Unknown. |
claim PROCLAMATION- Unless said
already passed upon certificates shall be redeemed
I. Joe Hill \\illiams. Mayor of the Town of according to law tax deed will issue thereon
and still awaiting disposition on Starke. Florida by rime ; j
of
appeal t'ie
authority on the 17th day of September, A. D. 1917. ]" t F
to the district board, for the purpose vested in me by law. no hereby call an elec Witness my official signature and seal this '
tion to be held at the fO\\Nr !j
of 1IAI.L in ihea'ovsaid 9th day of August. A. D. 1917.
receiving affidavits
any i or '
town hy he 'i-miii- \vKr+ thtie14. -
making other inquiries relative to dependency on Tuesday tie 1-ii _ay ci .;." I. | .Iot-r. SEAL) W. T. WEEKS.Clerk. I'
as defined in the present rul- unfiJ"odicen the purpose e'cctins the forr\.i.v By R. A. WEEKS.
:
. 8-10-6- Deputy Clerk.










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I FRIDAY, AUGUST 10. 1917k BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE

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:} SURPRISE PARTY. LAWTEY.Rev. visited relatives in Lawtey Sunday.Mrs. Mr. Willie Hargroves and Miss Ellen -

J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, is Lang were quietly married last
spending a few days this week at the Sunday evening at the home of Jus- t
Mr. and Mrs. Brown and daughter -
<. Jay A. R. Adkinson, of Perry Ave- home of her mother Mrs. :M. E. Ed-
tice B. L. Blanchard, Justice Blan-
Miss Hazel the recipients of
were I
Bits of LocalInformation nue Methodist church, Jacksonville, wards.
I chard performing the Their
surprise party at their ceremony.
pleasant
a preached last Sunday, both morningand I Rev. and Mrs. T. S. Stark were visitors friends wish them a long life of hap-
lake Monday night.A
Kingsley cottage evening, at Grace M. E. church. i
to Starke Tuesday.Mrs. .
piness and .
prosperity.The
: bounteous spread was a featureo Mrs. J. H. Moore left last week for I
M. R. Gill of is large gin house which is being
1 II fthe evening and heartily enjoyedby Tennessee, where she will spend a few Anthony,
spending few days here the erected by Mr. H. D. Randall, is
all. a as guestof rap-
! ... .--..,- ---tr ... weeks with relatives and friends.Mr. .
her daughter, Mrs. H. C. Peace. idly approaching completion. Mr. Ran-
Those present were, Mr. and Mrs.J.
II C..IJAIrtI 0-'."'" a.-.6'.f andIrs.. Zack Roberts, of
) PNI'MI M .... C... 'eM r..... S. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis, Starke, are spending few days hereat Mrs. Gill has just returned from a dall will install two gins and one hydraulic -
6- -- Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mes- the home of Mr. E.a J. Roberts. month's visit with relatives in South press of the latest patent, and
dames J. P. Tomlinson and J. W. Mor Misses Annie and Laura Durban Carolina. when completed the ginnery will be
returned -
I gan. Among the younger set were home last week, after spending Mrs. D. M. Tanksley spent from up-to-date in every particular. Mr.

Trunks and baks at Sternberg's.A. Hon. I. W. Pinholster and Mr. Les- Misses Kathleen and Aileen Alvarez, several weeks with relatives in Green Sunday to Tuesday with relatives in Randall also expects to embark in
ter Pinholster, of Brooker, had business Ella Mae Long, Anna Canova and Cove Springs and Sanford. East Lawtey.Mr. other enterprises in the near future.

. B. Surrency, of Brooker, was in in Starke Tuesday.CoL guest, Miss Robers, of Ocala; Doris Edward Edwards, of Sumr.er: is and :Mrs. E. E. Burney were vis- John Roberts was a visitor to Starke
Starke Monday. Scott, Hazel Brown and Bessie Mc- spending a few days here at the homeof itors to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Tuesday.Mr. .
"$ and Mrs. D. E. Knight and chil- Cormick, of Gainesville; and Messrs. his mother Mrs. M. E. Edwards. G. W. Stokes was a visitor to

: Juniper Hall, of Sampson City, was dren and Maurice Langford motoredover George White, Rawson Davis, Newn Judge and Mrs. George A. Gardinerand Starke Tuesday.Mr. .
in town Monday. to Lake Butler Sunday for the Wainwright, Gary Ennis, Pitt Tomlinson daughter, Miss Gladys, of Starke, J. T. Moore was a visitor to T. N. Kendrick and little daughter -
day, visiting relatives and friends. Hollis Knight, Raiford Epperson.Mr. were guests last Sunday at the homeof Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. Marie Estelle, returned home
Miss Estelle Lanier has left Starke and Mrs.Brown and family will Mr. Enoch J. Roberts.Mr. J. T. Reddish was a business Wednesday. Mr. Kendrick left for
4 for Middleburg. Tennis slippers 50 cents at Stern- leave for their new home in Plant and Mrs. G. W. Stokes returned visitor to Starke last Tuesday. York county, N. C., three weeks ago,
G! berg's. City today, and the best wishes of home last week from WymaUma, after Postmaster R. B. Jackson had the on receiving the news that his step-
C. A. Johns, of Lake Butler, had their many friends in Starke will be spending about three months there. misfortune to step on a nail about two father had just died and that his mother -
business in Starke Monday. Mrs. J. 0. Fralick had as her visi- with them. Mr. Carl Wooten, who has been con- weeks ago and has been confined to was very ill. He found the case reversed -
tors last week, her mother, Mrs. Har- nected with the Lawtey Telephone ex- his room nearly ever since, but is improving and that his mother had died

, C. M. Phillips, of Sampson City, was rison, and sister, Miss Harrison, of NOTICE. change ever since its organization and at this writing. i and been buried before His arrival.*

in town Wednesday. Worthington.Get ..' who recently became sole owner by I .
The Starke Hardware Co. is movinginto buying Mr. G. C. Wooten's interest, I --
New line of shoes at Sternberg's. you a safety deposit box in a the Johns Furniture Store, next sold out to Mr. Enoch Griffis last week r.

B a ""i fireproof vault for your papers and to A. M. Darby. They have purchased and has returned to his former homein

D. J. Byrd, of Graham, had busi valuables at the Bradford County Bank the hardware stock of the Johns McRae, Ga. BE. PATRIOTIC and make
ness in Starke Thursday.Mr. Furniture Co., including wood and oil Mrs. J. C. Wills and two daughters,
Mrs. C. A. Mixon is expected to return stoves, and are prepared to furnish of Starke, were visitors to Lawtey

Joe Griffis, of Maxville, was home today from Gainesville, Ga., anything in that line. Sunday.Mr. MONEY and the
.." here on business Tuesday.J. where she has been visiting her mother R. K. Davis and family visited I at one \
and other relatives.Mr. .
I Kingsley lake Sunday.
MRS. FRYER ENTERTAINS W. C. li ,
0. Phillips, of Lawtey, was a vis- T. U. Little Misses Louise and Arthmine I time.The
itor to Starke Wednesday.For 0. J. Griffin spent several days Blanchard are spending a few days in I same .
last week in Jacksonville with his Jacksonville with Mrs. J. B. Dye. I

altering, cleaning or pressingof brother, W. J., who has been quite Tuesday afternoon, from four to six, Mr. Thos. E. Adams visited rela- [ 1-
clothes, go to M. Leviton.V. I sick. at the Episcopal rectory, Mrs. M. M. tives and friends in Lake City last
Fryer entertained the local W. C. T. Saturday and Sunday. war critics all tell us that the question of who :

R. and Sylvester Prevatt, of Law- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and little U. in a most hospitable manner. Roy Hess was called to Indianapolis will.'win: this war is largely a matter of which side keepsup i
in town Wednesday. daughter, Ruby, have gone to spend a The following program was carried Ind., last week, to get ready for
were full of food the
tey, a supply longest.
while at different points in North Car- out.Mrs. Fryer acting as leader for' gonng to the war zone in France. I

Mr. E. Carter and son, George, motored olina. the afternoon: Mr. A. B. Prevatt came up from :-.... Every farmer can be a patriot and make money atone I !.

in from Lawtey Tuesday. Chorus, Florida State Song. Wymauma last week, and will spenda and the same time by taking care of (his swine I
j BUILDING MATERIALS- few days visiting relatives in and
Bible Reading Mrs. Stewart.
herd. Don't let them starve for lack of and
pasturage
,
That's business. Lumber I
I is our Quigley Prayer Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr. near Lawtey.Mrs.
Jean Taylor, of Highland,
Miss
I visiting her aunt, Mrs. McLean.Children's & Supply Co. Reports of treasurer and various G. W. Brown and son, Clifton, don't let them die from cholera through failure to vaccinate I

.<, committees. are spending a few days at Kingsley I in [time. The "cholera is very prevalent in I
atSternberg's. F. M. Crews, of Highland, was in Paper, "Call for Surgical Bandages"Mrs. lake.
dresses 49 cents
i up Bradford and the loss
town Wednesday on business. Mr. Emily Philips. Mrs. J. T. Moore returned home the county now a delay may mean I
Crews has the first cotton he has Solo, Will It Pay?"-Mrs. Barr. irst part of the week from Hender- of your hogs.If .
grown in ten years and says he has Paper, "Why I' am a White Rib- sonville, N. C.,where she spent several
i convinced that
vaccination
Mrs. Lorenzo Green is visiting relatives the prospect of a fine yield. boner"-Mrs. Philips. days. you are not with serum I

in Mayo for several days. Paper, "The Allies of the W. C. T. Rev. W. L. Overstreet, pastor of the and virus is a sure preventive inquire of some one I

Rev. and Mrs. M. M. Fryer and chil- U.-Miss Olive Ray. Lawtey Baptist church, is in Georgia who has had his hogs treated with Inter-State Vaccine

t\ Mr. A. Z. Adkins made a business dren are occupying the Matthews' cot- Paper, "Busy Women in the W. C. this. week, assisting in a revival meeting I Company's serum and virus. More than 2500 hogs I

; trip to Jacksonville last Wednesday. tage at Kingsley lake, and have as T. U.-Mrs. Barr.
Mrs. H. D. Randall and have been treated in the past four months and not
f their guests Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Paper, "Picked by Hand"-Mrs.: two young- I a I
Fryer. est daughters returned home last week has from of the hundred
complaint come one
or
of Graham trans- Campbell, of Gainesville. any ,
James Reynolds, from Atlanta, Ga. where
,
i Committee reported that twenty they spent I !
fanners who have used the Inter-State
acted business in Starke Wednesday.No. I several months with Mrs. Randall's more serum
and knitted set had
comfort
bags a
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs.S. .
been sent to headquarters by Mrs. A. parents, Judge and Mrs. Geo. Bell. and virus.
T. Dell and little son, of Gaines-
Malaria Bilious
will
666 cure or
:Mr. Drew Reddish of Rai-
,
H. Freeman, chairman of this com- near
ville located at
comfortably 4
are
Fever. It kills the germs.. Kingsley lake in Col. W. T. Weeks' mittee. It was decided to take up the ford, was a visitor to Lawtey the first I .
, work of making surgical bandages for of the week.A I
C. J. Knight, a well known lake But- cottage. our soldiers, and Miss Olive Ray was party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. INTER-STATE VACCINE COMPANY,
ler merchant, was in town Thursday.B. Henry Bennett and daughters Clara,
chairman of this committee.At ,
appointed
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W. Fielding, of '
Kansas Mo.
the close of the business session Pearl and Janet, Mr. T. E. Adams, V. City, .
Gainesville the
in
spent Tuesday city,
R. Witkovski, of Jacksonville, R. Reddish and family Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. business Mrs. Fryer, assisted by her daughter, I
was in Starke on business Wednes- trip and Fielding Mrs. Fielding coming being on a the guestof little Miss Alda Fryer, served deli- W. E. Torode, J. T. Redddish and sister See T. H. Halligan at Bank of Starke

day. cious light refreshments. : Miss Eldridge, Mr. and Mrs. Zack _
'Miss Olive Ray. Mr. and Mrs. !
,. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney, i 1
D. E. Knight have as Fielding motored up in a handsomenew ,
Mr. and Mrs. John and Geo. Roberts, Luville Crews,
week-end guests, Mrs. Charles Morron Oldsmobile. HIGH SCHOOL TO OPEN SEPT. 3. Ernest Wells enjoyed a fish fry at 4

and children, of Tampa. Sampson lake last .
Thursday evening.Mr.
-
; Materials for vats. Now is
.. dipping V. R. Reddish was transacting Used for Twenty Years :
: New goods arriving daily. at Sternberg's. .. the time to build them. Quigley Lum- The trustees think it wise to open Business in Jacksonville Monday.
. ber & Supply Co. school early in September, as past ex- Always bas glna satisfaction. Red Cross Liver
perience has demonstrated the fact Little Misses Virginia and Bettie if I Medicine la one of the dependable old-time reme .
Pearce returned home this week from ; !$ D OOI dies. All over the south it &M relieved suflererf rom :
; Marrow of Tampa, isa T. J. Alderman was in town Mon- that the best work and the better at- h l BIlteMBtM Liver .
L. Coaplilit
Mrs. C. South Carolina where t.1 -t".ct
; .
they
spent sev- ,
Mrs. F. A. Scott at Kingsley day. Mr. Alderman bought the Seb- tendance is obtained the first part of -, H... -'. ,l..r'(I 1111I.. C.U. KhriiBiitlf Pilu
visiting eral weeks with relatives.Mr. .
:1 lake. ron Dobson farm in the northwesternpart the school year. Contagious diseases J. E. J. Wainwright, of Ileil- 'Jtll r.iMU 1"- Dj Co.tlve.eas.....l s SouRed Sick Ileidarhe...__" '
of the county several months ago often break out in the spring of the E
bronn Springs, was visitor to Law- Cross Liver Mediclno
a
also often JP'
his home there. He and strawberry picking -
and is now making year
have "'J- .
Davis and family ,
Mr. L. A. Therefore it has been tey Tuesday.Mr. .;;;... I'urt'Y"t'g.tabl..; does not sicken. Sold In powder
gone to Roanoke, Va., to spend the remainder will engage in farming and stock rais- interferes. H. C. Peace was business visitor 'q:.,:,': "--I form; may be used dry or easily made into liquid.
decided to school on Monday, the a pr'et2
, t of the summer. ing. open to fbegsiui.enedCro.sLlrerMedicine 1,4.4181, b, ..
Jacksonville
third of last Friday.Mr. i a CASH liUOS DRUG
day September. ; CO., Inc., Jacksonville, Ha.
I A. V. Long was a B. E. Brown and N. H. Stokes, well The faculty selected are as follows: Berry Rosier, of near Raiford, 1 _.-..... ..,''", 'LA ::v OaU a tier. at drareUU ..d In general (tore*.
State Attorney Mr. was in Lawtey Tuesday on business.Mr. or postpaid Iron the muonfacturvrs.N. .
Jacksonville Mon- known citizens of the Dukes section, Prof. S. S. Dowling, principal; I
business visitor to were callers at the Telegraph office B.__ D.__ Law.. first assistant_, .: .Delle Stro- D. M. Tanksley, of Jacksonville,

day. Tuesday. Both of these gentlemen reported man, second assistant; Mr. E. C. War-

No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It a fallng off in the condition of ren, principal grammar school; Mrs.A. .
know. cotton in the western part of the coun- E. Wall, Miss Lois Peek, Mrs. E.
remedy we
is the most speedy
ty. K. Stuck, Mrs. J. C. Poppell, and Miss 1

Little Miss Mildred Gill, of Savan- Olive Ray, primary department. T. RITCH, Pres. W. T. Weeks Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH, Cashier :
to visit A number of persons from Starke .
nah, came down Wednesday --------- ---
her aunt, Mrs. Joe Edwards. went to Raiford Sunday to attend the LASSIFIEADVERTISING
funeral of Mr. John G. Ritch, among D
them Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ritch, C
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Brooks have as being Bradford
. a visitor this week his mother, Mrs. Mr. N. T. Ritch, Vivirette Floyd, Mrs.A. County BankBradford
Brooks, of Providence. H. Green, Telfair Long, J. L. Peek
j and Rev. Galloway, of Lawtey.We FOR SALE-Three horses. Geo. A.

, Messrs. M. and Henry Taylor, of Gardiner, Starke. 6-15-tf.
'Sapp, had business in Starke Wednes handle nothing but building ma- County's Financial Stronghold. \
I
day. terials and can furnish you anything WANTED-Fifty cotton pickers at
from a nail or screw to a completed once. For particulars call at the .

I burg's.Mr.Work. shoes $1.75 and up at Stern- house. Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. Bank of Starke. Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bankat

F. F. Stump has been in New York WANTED-Heifer calves, 5 monthsold close of business June 20th 1917.

+ A. G. Dyal and family have this week buying a fall and winter i and up, $10 each delivered. God-
! moved from Belmore to their farm stock for his big dry goods store. Mr. I I win, Harrell & Co., Sapp, Fla. 7-6-6t I

about a mile northwest of Starke.H. Stump buys the most of his goods direct RESOURCES LIABILITIES
from the manufacturers, in large WANTED AT ONCE-From three to i

r B. Wiggins, of Tampa, was in quantities, and his new stock will be five families to pick cotton and do Loans and Discounts $155,747.45Bradford Capital Stock paid in 25000.00

: Starke Monday, shaking hands with both varied and cheap. Raiford.other farm work. A. D. Andrews 8-10-2t., County School Warrants 16,199.40 Surplus fund 10000.00 '

, his many friends. Mrs. J. M. Alvarez has been ap- I Town of Starke Bonds 2,000,00 Undivided profits, less expenses paid 7,965.85 -.j

,I J. S. Griner came from Brooklyn pointed State Registrar of the United LOST-Small diamond-shaped clasp Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 Cashier's checks outstanding 1,158.92 -'

Monday to transact up business in our Daughters of the Confedracy, Miss pin with emblematic lettering and All other Real Estate owned 5861.5Q Deposits 247,134.23
i i Mary Johnson, of St. Petersburg, hav- set with pearls and diamonds. A
f. city. ing resigned the office. Mrs. Alvarez liberal reward will be paid for re- Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 572.08

t I't : Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Lawtey, visited has also been appointed on the Edu- turn to the Telegraph printing of- Cash on hand and in Banks 89764.73
cational Committee of the state. fice. 7-20-4t
I her daughter, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins,
I the first of the week. TOTAL $291,259.00 TOTAL $291,259.00
Mr. Willie Hendry, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Griffin had as .
I Anodyne Mrs. Jack Howe, left Saturday to join recent guests Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Van-

-Kills Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptic pain, stops putrefaction., the Florida troops. Mr. Hendry is an lamlineham and Mrs C. P. Stradleyand Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transactionof I
.F, i affable and industrious young man, little daughter, Ruth, of Jack-
and Mr. R. A. has served for several months on the sonville; Mr. Tom Russell, of Kings business is offered by us. Absolute safety, perfect convenience
Dr. Tomlinson
:, J. P.
border in Mexico, and about three Ferry; Mrs. J. P. Dyal and two daughters
i Weeks motored to Jacksonville last months ago enlisted in Uncle Sam'ssenice Misses Elowise and Ruby, of prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank.

Sunday.Mr. for four Tampa; Mr. I. B. Dinkins of Bushnell;
years.
Mrs. J. M. Glass, of Apalachicola. Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of our
and Mrs. R. A. Barbour and
children, of Jacksonville, are visiting People are building, improving and best attention at all times.Bradford .
here .
repairing steadily, no stagnation ,
Mrs. Angie Sternberg. that's right. "Business as usual" is Ask Your Grocer0 !

the slogan that will keep people busy,
Messrs. Frank and J. C. Hoover
< rt the channels of trade and help to
, open
For
and families motored down to McIntosh -
win the war. Quigley Lumber & Sup- Bank
3 t last-Sunday to visit relatives. ply Co. County

:! Ladies' waists 93 cents at Sternberg's. NOTICE.r. CHEEKNEAtSCOFFEES .

Bradford County's ,Financial Stronghold.

t The Starke Hardware Co. is moving
Mrs. John Ritch and son, Johnny,
i of Neals, spent several days last week into the Johns Furniture Store, next
t. at the home of Mr. N. T. Ritch. to A. M. Darby. They have purchased Starke Florida.
the hardware stock of the Johns ,

-.e.o Mr. C. C. Roundtree, of Hawthorne,, Furniture Co., including wood and oil Best By Every Test 1
i-- was a business visitor to Starke last stoves, and are prepared to furnish t
i, Saturday. anything in that line. d

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAFKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 10.19i7.
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SWEET POTATO STORAGE GREAT PEANUT CROP CUT COWPEAS FOR HAY. NAVY BEAN A GREAT )1O
O.OOc 4'' $
CROP.
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COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS 0 No Need to Pay Fancy Prices for Patented Harvest of the South Will Amount to Do Not Wait Until the Stems Get
I- Plans of Storage Houses. 70,000,000 Bushels. I Woody and the Leaves Fall. Wilbur :McCoy agricultural and

C OOOOO JOOOC Ov migration agent for Florida I .

Lake County-Citrus groves are There is na mystery about buildinga Acreage in peanuts in Louisiana, No crop makes better hay than cow and Georgia, representing the I 1
showing heavy bloom. Plenty of satisfactory storage house for sweet Mississippi and Alabama this year has peas if managed right. Many farmerslet Coast Line, writes as follows on'
a Southern farmers. who arepaying been increased at least 20 per cent and them stand in the field too long, navy bean: I
.. rain is now falling. potatoes. I
interest the
its is and the become C. K. It may be of to
large prices for patented plans Texas has doubled acreage. It stems woody.
1 valuable of all : of the of Flor- ra< ';rs of your paper to know that
and alleged to provide the I one of the most crops McQuarrie University
equipment
Putnam County-The work of tilling successful of storing sweet in Virginia North Carolina and Geor- ida extension division says that cow- navy bean or white bean, crop if
r the soil has practically ceased but only being way defrauded. Specialists gia, and according to government estimates peas should be cut for hay when the country i is one of the most
potatoes, are
for the planting of late sweet potatoes the in the South in the and crops there is grown. The
of the United States departmentof crop of peanuts first pods are snap stage
and some sorghums, rice or cowpeas agriculture whose attention recently this season will total 70,000,000 bushels while there is still a large percentageof figures show you what the state

i for a hay crop. has been called to instances in The success of the crop this year bloom. Experiments have shown Michigan, the great bean
which farmers have paid as high as will cause planters to give over a big- that the greatest food value is to be stale, grew in 1917, as forecasted

I Lake County-Citrus is in bloom, in $750 for sets of plans, do not hesi- ber acreage to the nuts next year, fill- had at this stage. If they stand longer I I I the U. S. Department of
: Melanose is with other the become and I I|I in their crop report for July. This
some cases very heavy. tate to brand such activities as plain ing in staples. stems woody the j .
11 prevalent on fruit and foliage and is humbuggery. Plans of houses that incorporate Impetus has been given the peanut leaves drop. The leaves are the most poit shows that the state of )
I likely to lower the price of fruit thatis the simple principles of storage ndustry because of the great demandfor nutritious part of the plant and they grew o.287,000 bushels of navy
first class otherwise. and common sense methods of the nut since peanut butter and should be saved. on ijdCOO;: acres, or an average
construction and which have proved peanut oil became popular articles of Do not run the mower while the about 13 bushels to the acre.
--- ,
\ The butter factor- are wet with dew or rain because crop rf beans is worth at the
farmer successful by of careful trial commerce. peanut peas
Manatee County-One reports years
l that since dipping his cattle are furnished free by the departmentto ies are becoming more numerous every they will not dry and will mold. Fur- time at retail price in .
r well farmer who will ask for them. year, a single manufacturer in a thermore, no peas should be cut after twenty cents per pound, and would
as as
ticks and doing
have are any
F no the feed Misleading Reports Circulated Southern town requiring more than one o'clock in the afternoon becausethe the growers six times as much as
one-half
before dipping on
i Because reports have been made and 200 carloads of shelled nuts each year hay will not have time to cure entire orange crop of Florida. -.
. formerly given. circulated in the South that_ storage, and expecting soon to go to 500 carloads enough to rake before night. Dews I beans are grown on the pine
houses recommended by the department discolor the leaves, and the market Michigan.: The territory looks '
t Marion County-There are six silos are not satisfactory, it is believed Peanut oil promises to be in greater likes bright pea-green hay. Rake into much like Florida pir.ey woods as -

( going up in the county and six dipping ; necessary, now that the time to demand than ever before because it is windrows before night and make into thirg you can think of, and .
i vats- either being built or contracted provide adequate storage for the com- one of the most important of the small cocks' if possible. After two beans are grown by the poorer
f for. We expect to save a lot ing harvest is at hand, to correct such world's food oils and doubly important days three or four small cocks may be mers: who make a lot of money
of corn as silage. One farm is put- statements One man with plans to under the present conditions. With made into one large one. it. These beans are hulled by

3 ting up eight hundred tons of silage sell l has said that the shrinkage of European imports cut off and a scar- Many farmers make the mistake of ey, although some of them are

this year. sweet potatoes stored in houses designed city of cottonseed oil there is every assurance leaving their hay in the field until it picked and bring a little bit more

by the government specialistsis of a considerable demand at dries becomes bleached ana even sun- ey.Would
Manatee County-Farmers are get- from 16 to 20 per cent, while In good prices. burned., Such hay is little better than it not pay our Florida
ting ready to kill the weevils that us- houses of his design there is practic- The Spanish type of peanut is largely wood. Cowpea hay can be safely put mers to try the growing of
ually infest corn in the cribs. They ally no shrinkage. The fallacy of sucha grown for oil and the native sorts in the barn or stack when no water beans? It certainly would add to

have taken the first steps by putting claim, department specialists point supply the big nuts for roasting. Pea- can be wrung from it by twisting a diversification of crops and a crop
t! their cribs in shape for fumigating the out, lies in the fact that shrinkage is nut cical], left as a by-product of oil small bunch. If it is left too long the would be worth more money than
t, corn. "We hope to put all our corn to essential to good keeping of potatoes. extraction, is a very nutritious stock leaves will shatter, and the feeding other crop now in the state. I

a better use than weevil feed by us- Sweet potatoes stored in the type of food.The value will be diminished. i that some of our Florida truck
ing carbon bisulphide and silos." house recommended by the depart- department of agriculture had McQuarrie recommends that the I mers and growers will try a

I ---- ment shrink from 8 to 10 per cent-in long been advocating a change from hay be put in the barn or rick to undergo patch of them anyhow and see
t of I the single standard set by cotton. the sweat. Sweating is curing they will do. I have been
I Citrus County-A public dipping of weight, not bulk-by reason evap- crop a it
: cattle was held at Fort Cooper last oration of surplus moisture. Proper As long as cotton was the only money process and it lends flavor and palata- those I have talked with about it

[ month, the first in this county. Much curing of sweet potatoes means get- crop the arguments fell on deaf ears, bility to the hay. If the hay beginsto they have tried them and found ,
interest is being taken in the eradication ting rid of surplus moisture, and the but backed up by the boll weevil the sweat in the cock, it should not be they do nicely, and see no reason
I I of the cattle tick and we will soon type of house which the specialists campaign began to bear fruit. The disturbed for ten days, or until it has they should not be successful and(39)1
farmers to of the cot- the come a staple crop in this state.
: I have the work going on all over the accomplishes this by combining the or- began give part passed through sweat. !
dinary principles of good ventilation ton acreage to peanuts. This pre- Cowpeas are hard to cure, but once are non-perishable and can be :
i county. with common-sense methods of con- sented a new problem and the oil men they are made into hay they are as ed and hulled at leisure. ;

I struction. began to ask questions. good or better than alfalfa. They will _
; Manatee County-Two cypressstavesilos Storage houses built according to They found that many of the growers pay for the extra trouble of curingand + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

ten by thirty feet were completed plans suggested by the department were "hogging down" the peanuts housing. If no barn is available + .
in the county the past week. Sweet have been in use in every state of the that is, they were turning the hogs they may be put into a rick and cover- + NOTICE TO .
t ;r potato patches are in good shape and South for five or six years. The department into the fields to harvest the nuts, and ed with crabgrass or straw. They do + ,
I everything looks like there will beG has no knowledge of failurein were marketing the crop "on the hoof" not shed water unless a cap is placedon + Persons who have )
G more than enough for the need of the any house built and operated strictly The department of agriculture had the rick. + they wish to appear in the +

county. according to recommendations. Four proved that a 40 bushel crop of Span- + graph, are requested to bring 4
years of investigation with 100 houses ish peanuts would produce more than COLD STORAGE.The + to this office not later than 8 +
Manatee County-The celery seedbeds under observation showed that the I II 400 pounds of pork to the acre, and + m., Thursdays, but earlier is +
supplied with good ration that need- + ferred. The Telegraph +
a which were treated with cynana- average loss by decay, after an average a Kissimmee Ice ;
mid to kill the root-knot nematodesare I storage period of 124 days, was ed only a little topping off with corn ates where Company oper- + takes a holiday Thursday +
plant
a hogs killed the
in good condition. The seed came I less than 2 1-2 per cent. In determining to harden the meat. Furthermore, if farmers round about by and + noon, as other workers in +
up well and the beds have the least this loss representatives of the department the peanut hay is harvested before the smoked at nominal are cured + and the paper goes to press +

grass and weeds of any beds seen. personally graded the pota- hogs are turned in, the hay alone almost uct is said to a be,equal price.to the The best prod-Wes- + the forenoon."IN +
+
While it is too early to see wheth- I pays for the growing of the +
yet toes in each house- a total of 228,000 crop tern meat and the fact 1
d-. er the nematodes have been killed the bushels. Every potato that had a decayed because it furnishes a palatable food have their meat that they can + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1I
v properly cured at
beds certainly look promising. spot was thrown out and class- to which all kinds of stock will turn home is the farmers I !
encouraging
to
A
eagerly from other kind of hay. BAD WAV
ed as decayed. In each case the potatoes any fatten more hogs. One farmer
harvested, stored and car- And if there were not enough, the says "
were
his
meat excellent
was that he
Brevard County-Thirty-seven headof so was "r
for farmers. the peanuts, in common with other legumes Many Starke
ed by In department'sown offered thirty-five a Reader Will :!
cattle have just been brought into cents a pound for ,
house at Arlington, Va., bear nodules on their roots Grateful for This Information.If .
the county. These are some of the storage which gather nitrogen from the air i 51. This farmer, Pat Johnson says ina "..
in last
cattle bought for the farmers by aid sweet potatoes stored October letter published in the Kissimmee
and put it in the soil. _
and removed the latter of
from the bankers. A number of hogs year part galley Gazette, addressed to the icecmpany your back gives out;
June showed a loss of len than 1 percent Practically no peanut oil was madein "
Becomes lame
bought the same way will arrive soon. : weak or aching:
The importation of live stock into the this country prior to 1915 and so "As soon as my hogs fatten I expect -, If bladder troubles set in,
a county comes as a response to the activity Farmers intending to build storage far the oil men had not been benefit- *o give you a thousand to twelve I!I Perhaps your kidneys "are in a I ,
houses should write the Division of ted; but it was brought to their atten- : hundred -
to and HR
fathered by the county agent. fifty pounds to cure. I (, way.
Publications, Department of Agricul- tion that the United States, in 1914 am only too glad to speak a good word 'i! Doan's Kidney Pills are for :
ture, Washington, D. C., for Farmers was importing 1,322.108 gallons of pea for the work you are doing and be- kidneys. I :1
: Dade County-C. G. Smoke will get Bulletin 548 Storing and Marketing nut oil, and 44,549,789 pounds of nuts. lieve that this is the best thing for the : Local evidence proves their
t thirty-five bushels per acre of corn Sweet potatoes. This bulletin gives More than half of the oil went to Chi- farmer we have in the county for it i;| Mrs. A. E. Moitt W. Call {
grown without fertilizer othe rthan plans and lists of materials needed cago, and presumably went into oleo- enables him to kill his hogs whenever Starke says: "I had kidney :
I the residue left in the ground behind and also tells how to convert buildingssuch gargarine, and the lower grades into. they are ready and by turning them and suffered from dull, nagging
his tomato crop. He has about one as abandoned tenant houses into soap. The oil brought more than cot- over to you and paying you practical-I aches. I was also distressed by I
b hundred acres. Hog cholera in this ton seed oil.
storage'quarters. ly a nominal sum, they get the same aches. I used Doan's Kidney Pills
f county has been confined so far to the A few changes in the oil mills, having class of meat that they could get from C j''I i I they relieved the kidney

i. point of original infection by quarantine to do largely with the cleaning of tLc stores at from eighteen to thirty-I i and rid me of the backaches." ) I 4 .
and vaccination. The simultaneous Substitute for Tobacco. the peanuts, and they were ready for fh'3: cents a pound." I II! Lasting Benefit.
method is used. the extraction, and the peanuts beganto I
Throughout the tropical Orient the Over three years later, Mrs. :\ A.R
natives employ a substitute fur tobacco come to them. Recently there has PLANT ONIONS IN AUGUST. said: "I haven't suffered from I
St. Lucie County-Twenty-four pigs consisting of a slice" of aricnpalm been such a demand for the nuts them- :. symptoms of kidney complaint A.E
.; have been inoculated against cholera nut wrapped In hotel leaf flavored selves, for manufacture into products -" I i'Doan's Kidney Pills made a
1' :prior to distributing them among the with a fine lime made of native seashells elsewhere, that the mills have not been Onions make a /good winter crop in my case.!: "

pig-club: boys. When all present or- and j. ders are filled more than two hundred habit is universal: especially' with the could make more handling the nuts I and October 10. The most popular | simply ask for a kidney I t
= registered hogs will have been placedin women, and sellers of "betel nut" may themselves than they could by sellingthe varieties are Crystal and Red Bermu- j i Doan's Kidney Pills-the same !
i'
the county as a result of the pig-- he seen' on many of the street corners extracted product. I das and Creoles. They grow best on i Mrs. Moitt has twice publicly I
I club movement and better hog cam- In Saigon and other cities! of Inrlo- Bakers use immense quantities in a dark, sandy loam having plenty of I I I mended. Foster-Milburn Co.,
paign. cakes and confections, and it is stated humus. Sandy muck soils will pro- Buffalo, N. Y. ( : I that many a chocolate cake is coated duce good onions if the beds are drain- I JI
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with a mixture of which peanuts forma ed. I .
Putnam County-Farmers are utilizing considerable part. With importscut In preparing the ground for onions I' !
t every available piece of ground China.SfiAHffiNI off by the war, prices are high and use plenty of decayed stable manure, '
in the food drive. Some farmers are give a present large impetus to growing advises A. P. Spencer of the University !'I. 1
1 even opening up old fields that were peanuts, and even at present price of Florida extension division. '! ;
formerly turned out and are now for cotton, peanuts are more profitable Twenty tons per acre will not prove'' Mr Farmer
planting them to sweet potatoes. If where there is serious depredation by excessive. |

the season is favorable there will be SUPPLY YOU; the weevil. Three pounds of seed or eight to

more sweet potatoes in the county this Obviously there is a big opportunity twelve bushels of sets are required to J I ,
fall than ever before. A fair esti- I18 I1 +l d,1 I .1 for the Bradford county farmer in pea plant one acre spacing the rows 12 I I'I
mate is that the acreage of this crop nut growing. to 16 inches apart and the plants 6.
in the county is double that of last inches apart in the i
I. rows. About six
year. j ; DO YOU NEED COTTON PICKERS weeks are required to raise good I r Have of
I /F- plants from the seed. you thought JSJ

I. Onions require liberal ,
f.rrlrfh applicationsof .
/
Palm Beach Count-August 1 was J''tj C Through such inquiries as we have
I declared "Rooster Day" in this coun- rtr'tif; >-crc' been able to make, the Bank of Starke fertilizer, 1,500 to 2,000 pounds per : :
ty and many of the birds were killed. learns that there will probably be a of acre vegetation in addition to liberal quantities I H a SILO to save feed i
Before pronouncing the death sentence GARDEN and Fi EL shortage of labor in some sections of tilizer plowed under. The fer- I ,
should
Mr. Rooster was found guilty of the county at cotton picking time. We analyze 6 per cent am- :
eating too much expensive food and SEEDSESPECIALLY do not know whether this condition; is monia. One half the fertilizer should

yielding no profits of annoying the general or not. It may be that while half be applied before planting, the other ] which might otherwise : ; J JI
being given
I, t f hens and reducing the egg yield, of ADAPTED there is a shortage in some sections ii\\ two applications
i i fertilizing eggs which caused them to I there is a surplus in others. In this thirty to forty days apart depending I ,
FOR YOUR'STATE.FREE I growth and weather
spoil more readily during the warm lie j case the situation may be equalized on conditions. I :
I weather. without much difficulty, but to find out Cultivations should be frequent and to waste?
I I just what the situation is, the Bank of very shallow and be started as soon as j i I I go j jI
the plans can be worked. Hand
OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATALOG Starke offers its services at a bureauof tools '
MEDICINE VS. FOOD. AND WEEKLY PRICEUST information. only can be used. If the onions show ,'I ,

I Do not buy something which you : S SENDFDR.THEi1 O- kYEAJIARTINSEED(1' | If farmers will write just whati yellowing when well grown an additional I It's almost
I = you feed your horses, cattle and the their needs will be, what they inter application of fertilizer, about : as important as a r .

sheep, but when you want medicine, ( to pay for cotton picking, and which 100 pounds of Citrate of soda applied ,, .
buy only medicine. This is what you they want white or colored help, we broadcast when the tops I are dry will i! Dipping Vat.
I already have. You have food which JACKSONVILLE.FLA. will do what we can toward seeing haste's the growth. 'i

get in B. A. Thomas' Stock Remedy. that their needs are supplied. It is I ; :
f We sell it and guarantee it to be med- !1 probable that there is a surplus of find out that we are offering our ser
I icine. We tell you that it will tone up One's Neighbor's Burden. labor in some other sections of the vices. With cotton bringing the pres- : '
the entire system of your stock and If a little fairy should appear and state and that sufficient help can be ent fancy prices it should not be allowed -i I Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. :
1 aids digestion thereby causing themto make visible the load every mortal carries brought in to see that the cotton crop to damage or waste in the fields :11:11I
get all of the food value out of the some startling discoveries would is gathered in good shape.As for the want of pickers. I h Starke Fla.
grain that you feed them.-Sold by result and our sympathies and charity we have said, we do not know BANK OF STARKE, 1 i I : : i

,. D. C. Jones, Starke, July 6 18 20 27. broaden.New York Evening Sun. just what the situation is. It is to Starke, Florida. i l
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' n FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN i et

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-- named ;Jane Gerson"anil ,,'ithtW bulky fffff fff7t fff + + describe: property situated in Bradford tonne
CaPII'r""Capper ty. Florida to-witi
Good Lord!" Crandallstammered. hampers strapped to the baggage rack REIGN OF TER- + LEGAL NOTICES SW'4 of SWJ4. See. 10 Tp. 6, S. R. U

, behind was just drawing up. Oftt ff4tfff + + E.. 40 acres. The said being assessed at the
'Inside i date of issuance of such certifiacet in the name
the "With the number I hurried to Alex "Why, of course we're down here to NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED of Unknown

andria. Wood- see you off and bid you godspeed to ROR IN WEST BY UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER USB.LAWS Unless said certificate shall be redeemed '
R'oalhouse-Captain OF FLORIDA.
according to law, tax deed will issue thereon
little old Kewanee: Lady Crandallwas
house, from Wady Haifa-a victim, Notice U her<'*y given that B. E. Hall pur on the 10th day of September A. D. 117.
quick to anticipate the Shermans' chaser of Tax Certificate No. 180, dated the Witness my official signature and teal thU
poor chap. to the necessities of our 6th day of July A. D. 1915, hag filed said certificate
Lines General Crandall beaming the 27th day of July A. D. 1917.
plan fell into the hands of the Wil greetings. DRAFT RIOTERS in my office, and has made applicationfor W. T. WEEKS. j
helmstrasse men there, and I gained indulgently on the group of home tax deed to issue in accordance with law. SEAL( ) Clerk Circuit Court -
Said certificate embraces the following described I
had hand for each. By R. A. WEEKS.
a
goers,
possession of his papers. The Germans property situated in Bradford county, Florida B-3-bL Deputy Clerk.
"Yes, yes," he exclaimed, "after ar I to-wit:
started him in n robber caravan -
. : By EARL DERR DIGGERS resting you at 3 o'clock we're hereto I Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter, of
of Bedouins for the desert but I pro"Make SEVERAL BATTLES FOUGHTBY Sec. 25, Tp. 7, S. R. 21 E., 40 acres. Drives Out Malaria, Builds{ Up SystemThe
AND: I give you a clean ticket at 5. The said land being assessed at the date of
Couldn't do more than that-what? OFFICERS AND RIOTERS the issuance of such certificate in the name Old Standard general strengthening toots
) ROBERT WELLS RITCHIECopyright. of N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shall GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC,drive out 1
H Regrettable occurrence and all that, be redeemed according to law tax deed will lohlaria.eDriche s the blood.r..Dd balldatlp the ya-
1915. by Cohe Bobb -1fv- I but give you something to tell the issue thereon on the 10th day of Sept. A. l-"i. A true tonic. For"' alti and cbil<1rcD. JOc.
; rlll I I CITIZENS ARMING TO PCT DOWN
,
3 stay at homes about when you get D.1917.
.r Witness my official signature and seal this
OPPOSITION TO DRAFT LAS'3IAY
back toah""Kewanee -
L F BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP
!i. the 9th day of July, A. D. 1917.
z'" 'hat a fool I've been! Crandall ,, t''ail K t 11r 17 1 r Illynoy, general," Sherman YET BE A BATTLE. w. T. WEEKS, Why use ordinary cough remedies! ,
Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County. Fla.By
lOC ed in his chair and passed, a trem- was quick to supply. "No town R. A. WEEKS. when Boschee's German Syrup has

bUng hand before his eyes. Sudd!nUS like it this side the pearly gates." 7-13-et. SEAL) Deputy Clerk. been used so successfully for fifty-one

turned his bloodshot eyes to where I II I "No doubt of It, Sherman," Crandall OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Aug. 6- years in all parts of the United States

.the girl was stretched, soLLing, across 1 heartily agreed. "A quiet place I'll Heavily armed posses were rushed to NOTICE OF APPLICATION' FOR TAX DEED for coughs, bronchitis, colds: settledin
I UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888,
;the desk. "Your mau-the man you wager. Think I'd relish a touch of Seminole and several adjoining coun- LAWS OF FLORIDA. the throat, especially! lung trouble

"protected-it Is be who goes to the sIg- 1 1i your Kewanee after-ah-life on GI- ties in southern Oklahoma in an ef Hereby notice is given that T. J. Alderman, It gives the patient a good night's rest
( !" i; braltar." fort to check anti-draft demonstrations purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered
girl free from with
tower, coughing -
sal respectively 17, 87, 105 and 189, issued by the easy expectoration
o-no; It can't be!" she whispered Jane Gerson, who had been standing which i according to reports received Tax Collector for Bradford County, Florida, in the mornirg, gives naturea

;{between the rackings of her throat in the car, anxiously scanning the here, threaten to develop into each of said certificates being dated July 5th, chance to soothe the inflamed parts
A. D. 1915. has filed said certificates in my
: "It Is! Only a member of the signal I Il milling crowd about the landing stage, a serious outbreak. Clashes betweenthe office and has made application for tax deedto and threw off the disease, helping! the

terrace could gain admittance into the caught sight of a white helmet and rioters and sheriffs' deputies are issue in accordance with law. The said patient to regain his health. 23; and

; tower tonight Besides, who was it ( I khaki clad shoulders pushing throughthe reported to have occurred already at lands certificates in Bradford respectively County embraces, Florida the, assessed following at 75 cent bottles. Sold ty C. P. Cason.

vent with Bishop down the Hock after nearer fringes of traceless She several points, but because of an interruption the date of the issuance of such certificatesin 1

tie dinner tonight[ ? And I-I sent ,, ,,IiI l / slipped out of the limousine unseen of wire communication to various the names respectively hereinafter particularly .
I set forth to-wit: --- -
Bishop with him-sent him to Ms i and waited for the white helmet to be sections of the affected territory. Certificate No. 17 embraces the Southwest

death. He was tricking you all the ., doffed before her. erfication of the reports was lackingat Quarter of Northeast Quarter Sec. 10, Tp. 5, General InsuranceI 1
told he I warned ,. u I/ late hour S. R. 20 E., 40 acres, assessed Unknown.
I you was. i a
time. ,i l l l.t l "I was afraid marie"- the girl began Certificate No. 87 embraces S'/iI of lot 2 or i
you he was playing with, you-using her cheeks suddenly flaming. Near the town of Allen a posse of Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter. Sec. represent none but FIRST

yon for bis own rotten ends-using you "Afraid that after all it wasn't true?" twenty-five citizens, headed by the 26. Tp.. 6, S. R. 18 E.. 40 acres, assessed Unkno"ll. CLASS companies and will be ,"

to help kill 40,000 men!" sheriff, is said to have dispersed a constantly on the alert to promote
the.man she had found in war's vortex Certificate No. 105 embraces Lots 3 and 4
A knock sounded at the double doors ,,It ./. e / l finished his compelling hers gathering of eighty men and released of block 19 in Worthington assessed Unknown. your interests. Guarantee
gray eyes
Certificate No. 189 embraces WH of North-
behind Jaimihr. lie stopped short, eleven persons who had been taken
to tell him their whole message. west Quarter of Southwest Quarter See. 4. Tp. courteous treatment to all pa ,
startled All listened. Again came the Cavendish prisoners. The men fled without offering 7, S. R. 22 E., 20 acres, assessed James Clark.
"Afraid that Captain mightbe trons. A well written policy by
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed
knock. Without turning his eyes from resistance. Another report was
this girl a prisoner as vile a deceiver as Woodhouse? according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon a first-class agent in a first
the two he guarded Jaimihr asked, that about 150 men had gathered at
Does Cavendish have to himselfall the 20th day of August, A. D. 1917.
-Who Is it'"Woodhouse" vided against his getting far before "prove lock Crossing on the South Canadian Witness my official signature and seal, this class company sometimes means

," came the answer. being rescued and the German agents over again, little girl? river, the boundary between Seminoleand the 10th day of July A. D. 1917. much in case of loss by fire.
hands Into w. T. WEEKS.
"No Her fluttered
Jane's heart stooped Crandall tit there were all rounded up the day I no Hughes counties, with the an (SEAL) Clerk.
frozen In his seat. Jaimihr turned the sailed as Woodhouse." his, and her lips were parted in a smile. nounced intention of resisting the selective By R. A. WEEKS. H. C. RICHARD, Starke

the lock and the doors opened. "It's Captain Woodhouse I want to 71361. Deputy Clerk. _.
law others
term "And you came here to save Gibraltar draft and were reported p000oooerrmo
'In stepped Captain Woodhouse, helmeted and the fleet from German spies?" know always-the man whose pledged assembled at various points 'in
"
armed with sword and revolver word I held to. ADMINISTRATOR'S XOTICW *T' FINAL
I Seminole Pontotoc and Hughes
Crandall put the question dazedly. coun- SETTLEMENT o t
waist lie stood facing the trio his "It must have been hard, he rouemnred
tt ,
"There were only two, general-Ai- I ties. NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8. $ 1
iwift eye taking in tbe situation at mer and your servant, Jalmihr. We "But you were splendid- Bands of negroes, tenant farmers, 1917, I will present to the County Judge of TRAIN SCHEDULE. ;J:
Bradford Florida, final
County account
Crandall halt rose from his splendid! my
once. Indians whose is to defeat
and .
order the -
You purpose
have them now. may and vouchers of the estate of Calvin MOtt deceased !
eat, hIs face apoplectic."Spy "No, I wa not" Tears came to dim the selective draft law in Oklahoma
release of Louisa Schmidt" and apply for the approval of same New time table went into effect & j
Secret killer of men!" he her eyes, and the hands he held trembled have reign of terror and for my final discharge as such administra '
spread
"The captain has overlooked one other a 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6,1917, '!> j
gasped. -the most dangerous one of all "Once-In one terrible moment through three counties in the central tor.Dated this the 30th day of March, A. D. $, and trains will run as follows: ,?> I

Woodhouse paid no heed to him but General Crandall." Jane stepped up to this morning-when Jalmihr told us part of the state, partially destroyedtwo 1917. S

turned to Jaimihr. where the governor stood and threw you were going to the signal tower- bridges, abandoned their crops, Administrator of the estate A. of Z. Calvin ADKINS Mott, de 3 Jacksonville to Tampa. 0 )

"Quick! The combination," he said. back her hands with an air of submis when we waited-waited to hear that severed! wire communication, planned ceased, Starke, Fla. S-30-6mo. No. 3----____________10:55 a. m. .$>
v "Over the phone-afraid I might not is Jane Gerson of awful noise my faith failed me. I raids on ranches and stores, and
"Her
sion. name No.
1_______________11:14 p. m.
. km it right-stopped here on my war New York, and she knew all along that thought you"- threaten to burn all the bridges in the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. dGHTH JUDICIAL 0 No. 15 "Floridian"2:37 p. m. > r

to the tower-be there In less the this gentleman was deceiving you. "Forget that moment, Jane, dearestA district, according to reports receivedby CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND <8> -
.
three minutes" It you can hold these She had met him, In fact, three weeks saint would hare denied faith then." Gov. Williams.The FOR .BRADFORD COUNTY IN CHANCERY 4 Jacksonville to Cedar Key. I'.


Everythng before on a railroad train in France." They were silent for a minute, their bands are organized into sev- Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance No. 21_______________ 4:50 p. m. SS > :
( is all right?" Jaimihr eral bodies the of which is Company, a corporation: !
The startled eyes of Gibraltar's master hearts quailing before the imminent strongest V8 .

asked auspiciously; looked first at the set features of separation. He spoke: known as "the working closs Union" Iris Boree, et al. < > Tampa to Jacksonville. 4 1

"You mean Bishop" Yes. Quick the man, then to the girl's flushed face. "Go Lack to the States now; go back! whose membership is said to number It To is Adam hereby Bowen ordered, o:that Bristol.you Georgia appear,to the <8> No. 4_______________ 3:26 p. m. !

the combination! Little lines of humor crinkled about and show this Hildebrand person about 300. This organization is sup- Bill of Complaint filed herein against you and 0 No. 2_______________ 4:51 a. m. & 1

Jaimihr picked the slip of paper containing the corners of his mouth. you're a wonder prize Show him plemented by I. W. W. agitators anda others in the above entitled cause on the 27 day :* No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. !
of August A. D. 1917. and the Bradford
the formula from the of
edge "Captain Cavendish-or Woodhouse, smaller known as the "Jonesfamily" 0 <> '
what I've known more and more surely group County Telegraph: is hereby designated as the
the desk with his disengaged left band make this girl a prisoner-your prisoner moment since that meeting in Seminole county seems tobe newspaper in which this order shall be published 0 Cedar Key to Jacksonville. <>

and passed it to Woodhouse. sir!" every the heart of the chaos-ridden reg- once a week for four consecutive weeks. < > No. 20______________ 9:18 a. m. <8>
Calais. But give him fair warning. Witness my hand and seal of office this 25th
The latter stretched out his hand, lIe's to lose ion, where trouble has been brewing day of July A. D. 1917. I
going
grasped the Indian's with a lightning you since the passage of the draft law. Vf. T. WEEKS. $ Starke and Wanmee. f

more and threw it over so that the CHAPTER XXII. "Lose me? she echoed. Four suspects have been arrestedand (Seal R. A. Clerk. $ (Daily Except Sunday) $ !
At the Quay "Inevitably. Listen, girl! In a year By WEEKS
No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. t
latter was off his balance. In a are in jail at Sallisaw. 7-27-51. Deputy Clerk.
twinkling Woodhouse's left hand had : o'clock at the quay and al my term of service is up and if the I Two thousand or more citizens in No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. < ;
the new day was being war's over I shall leave the army, come $ :
wrenched the revolver from Jaimihr'sright Irrn mass meeting perfected an organization NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
of T J. GRIFFIN
raucous by the bustle UNDER SECTION OF CHAPTER ,
8 4888
and pinioned it behind his back. : to apprehend the draft violators *
shouts of posters LAWS OF FLORIDA. Agent. i
,
The whole movement was accomplished who are threatening death and destruction Notice is hereby given that Louis H. Hill, e e ;
tenders' engine bells thump I I Ir
Jangling ,
in half a breath. Jaimihr Khan ld, throughout Pontotoc county. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. b4. dated the
of trunks dropped down skidways, 5th day of July. A. D. 1915. has filed said ten OOOOFi0000 P
knelt in agony and in peril of a broken lamentations of voyagers vainly hunt A committee of fourteen was appointed tificate in my office and has made application tOOOO

wrist at the white man's feet, disarmed 1 to act with the authorities. The for tax deed to issue in accordance with law
ing baggage mislaid. Out in the stream decided will be known Said certificate embraces the following de OOG . 9i ;
harmless. Woodbouse put a I Ii plans upon only -
the Saxonla clean white ship, veritable scribed property situated in Bradford county ;
surer whistle to his lips and blew r t nI 1 to the officers.U. Florida. to-wit:
ark of refuge for pious Americans :
three short blasts. Lots 5. 6, 9, 10. 11 find 12 in Woodlawn, I 0 STARKE.
escaping the deluge.In i I' Sec. 13. Tp. 5, S. R. 22 E., 60 acres. The said i FRATERNAL DIRECTORY *
:_ A tramp of feet In the hallway out- the midst of a group of his coun- S. TANKER OUTRUNS SUB IA- land being assessed at the date of the issuance p p ,1
aide, and four soldiers with filled RINE. of such certificate in the name of Unknown.. -+-
guns i
the trymen Henry J. Sherman stood, feet y LN11 Unless said certificate shall be redeemed $ F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. <

t doorway. wide apart and straw hat cocked back according to law. tax deed will issue thereonon & 35. Meets second and <>
the 3rd of A. D. every t
"Take this man! Woodhouse commended day September 1917.
. over his bald spot lIe was narratingthe / AN ATLANTIC PORT, August, 4. Witness my official signature and seal this D fourth Monday nights. <>

breathless incidents of the night's ,, -After a long running fight with a the 25th day of July A. D. 1917. 0
The Indian, in a frenzy, writhed and W. T. WEEKS,
bricked dark hour. J German submarine, an American tank (Seal) Clerk. E> I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. <8>

: "Yes, sir, a soldier comes to our "He U going la loss you." ship escaped without damage and By R. A. WEEKS $ Meets every Tuesday night. $
"Traitor! English spy! Dog of an rooms about 3:30: o'clock and hammerson reached this port. The fight took placeoff 7-27-5t. Deputy Clerk. ;

unbeliever!' our door. 'Everybody in this ho to the States: to }ou :;Ld-anJ-tlu you the coast of France on July 10. The I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED E> M. W. of A., Starke Camp. *

The soldiers Jerked him to his feet tel's under arrest,' he says. 'Kindly think 1 conlj lieaime a :g J'-H\ American steamer fired a number of shots at UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 $> Meets every first and third Wed- 1,

and dragged him out. His ravings dress as soon as possible and reportto ?" the sub and escaped by dodging a torpedo LAWS OF FLORIDA. nesday nights. 4 ;
Hereby notice is given that Louis H. Hill
died in the "It-If base tie teacher,
away passage. Major Bishop in the office. And you I'MI-LT and outrunning the U-boat. purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered 0 0 :

Woodhouse brought his hand up lat we not five hours before the guests of the girl auswcicJ, \\itlJ a Hash of mis- ...-. .-- respectively 64 and 65 issued by the Tax Col 0 W. 0. W. All Friends Camp < !
salute as he faced General Crandall chief. lector for Bradford County, Florida, each of ,
General and Lady Crandall at Government CLIP THIS OUT AND PIN said certificates being dated the 3rd day olAugust. [ 0 No. 138. :Meets every second and $ I
"The other spy, Almer, of the IloielSplendide lIou e. What d'you think of that .\11 aboard for the Sarnnlar; : It A. D. 1914. has filed said certifira'es fourth $>

has ju>t been arrested, sir. for a quick change? was Consul llernn's! fus-el, perspiring ON YOUR WIFE DRESSER in my office and has made application for Friday nights .
overwhelmed! v.ith! the souse ol tax: deed to issue in accordance with law. .
Major Bishop; has taken charge of him "Well, gentlemen, we piled downstairs 1 he said certificates respectively embraces Union Chapel Camp, No. 53G, '?> j
and has lodged him In the tells with me minus a collar button his duty, who bulled up to where the the following lands in Bradforl Coumv, FU: >rMa *
0 and third Friday
General Shermans were chatting; with Lady Cincinnati Man Tells How to i SbMs-H-d! et the date of the issurn-e oi suchcert meet every first
Crandall took a step toward and bavin' to hold my collar down 'ftalet ir the names respeetj,' 'y herein <3> nights at Union Chapel. J. A. El- '?>
Woodhonse, who still stood stiffly before behind with my hand. And what do Crandall and the general. Reynolds'sharp Shrivel Up Corns or CallusesSo after particularly set forth to-wit: lington Clerk R. No. 1 i 1
eye caught; on intimate tableau Certificate No. 64 embraces lot 4 in Ott'a Starke.0 .
the opened doors. The dazed find? This chap Aimer with a
gov we Lift Off With
on the other side of the auto. :1nd] They sub division of East Lawtey, assessed Wm I. j-
ernor walked like a somnambulist face like a side[ of cream cheese, standing Williams. Visiting brothers are cordially "?> 1
"Who-who "' that means you Miss Steplicelyew Fingers. aub- \' ..ion of East Lawtey, assessed Davit
the Lunch of sol
devil middle of
are you, sir? in the a <$> invited to attend these meetings. 4 J
York, she shouted "much:: as I halotoahIntenvpL" M. Smit'uUnless t
te :
managed to splutter."I diers with guns; another bunch of sol i faid certificates shall b! redeemed I I

tm Captain Cavendish, general" diers surroundin' his Arab boy, who'i I according to law, tax dted will issue thereonon N
Jane Gerson saw her two precious Ouch ? ? This kind of the 3rd day of September A. D. 1917. 0000000p 000 AOaD 11
Again the hand came to stiff salute on as innocent a little fellah as ever you hampers stemming a way through the rough talk will be heard less here in Witness my official signature and seal this
the visor of the pith helmet "Captala set eyes on, and this[ Major Bishop troubled with will the 25th day of July, A. D. 1917.
crowd on the backs of porters, bound town if people corns W. T. WEEKS. 00000400 0 00 +
Cavendish of the signal service sta. walkln up and down, all excited, and for the tender's deck. She could not follow the simple advice of this Cin- Seal) Clerk. .

tkmed at Khartum, but lately detached sayin' something about somebody'sgot let them out of her sight cannati authority, who claims that a By R. A. WEEKS I to CHURCH DIRECTORY. *

for special service under the intelli a scheme to blow up the whole "Wait Jane! Ills hands were on. few drops of a drug called freezone 7-27-St. Deputy Clerk. ;

trance office In Downing street" fleet out there. Which might have tender aching <8>> BAPTIST-Rev, W. G. Law, <> I
her arms and he would not let her go. when applied to a corn TOWN TAX NOTICE.
The man's eyes Jumped for an intant been done, he says, if it wasn't for "Will you be my teacher I want no or hardened callus stops soreness at Notice is hereby given that the following de pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. ,. ,1

to seek Jane Gerson's face-found that fellah Woodhouse we'd had dinner other." and the or callus dries scribed lands will be sold at Public Auction 0 Sunday morning service, 11:00 *
t unile with Just that evening." once, soon corn en the First Monday in September, 1917, it E> o'clock; Sunday evening service, <3S >
; breaking through the lines of very I
"My terms are bleb." She tried to up and lifts right off without pain. being the 3-d day of said month at Starke .y ;
< > 7:00 B. Y. P. U. Sunday even- r
, oubt there. "Who's some sort of spy. I knewit in the County of Bradford. State of Florida ; ,
smile though trembling: lips belled her. He freezone dries immediatelyand
)
says
i Tour papers to Identity. all the time, you see." Mrs. Sherman or so much thereof as will be necessary to ,10 ing, 6:45; Wednesday evening .
prove your irritatesthe
"I'd with life he whispered inflames or even
,
pay my never pay the amount due for taxes herein set op- .0 prayer service, 7 o'clock. Every-
Crandall demanded still in a tog of was quick to claim her share of in a quick gust of passion. "Here's mypromlse" surrounding skin. A small bottle posite the Game, together with the cost of Ie body cordially invited to attend.
bewilderment her fellow tourists' attention. "Only such sale and advertisingMrs. ,
will cost very little at any drug store Carrie Mills-Lots 246 and frationallots I. ;
'. "I haven't any. General Crandall." he's a British( spy set to watch the He took her in his arms, and between but will positively remove every hardor A and B. Blk 35, Johns add to '. ,1

; the other replied, with a faint smile, Germans. Major Bishop told me that them passed the world old pledge of soft corn or callus from one's feet. Starle-117.40. 0 EPISCOPAL M. M. Fryer -1

"or your Indian Jaimihr Khan would In confidence after it was all over- man and girl Millions of American women will welcome 8.3-St. Marshal SILAS and KITE Collector., @ priest in charge. Sunday school. .j i'

UTe placed them In your hands after said he'd never met a man with the T1IE ESD. this announcement since the inauguration <> 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and <

the search of my room yesterday. Tva nerve this Captain Woodhouse has." .. of the high heels. If your TOWN TAX NOTICE. 0 sermon, 11 o'clock; evening prayer 'J>
Notice i is hereby given that the following t o'clock choir ,*>
and 7
word sermon, ; rehearsal -
that
convinced of "Better whisper 'spy'soft"
Major Bishop my genuineness freezone tell him
have
druggist doesn't described lands will be sold at Public Auction > 7 o'clock Wednesday$ 1
however, after left henry J. admonished sotto the First Monday in September, 1917. it ,
we your to order a small bottle for you. ((61)) on IE> and with ,* f
evening. Come worship
loose and when the moment for action voce. "We're not out of this plagued Animals Have No Sense of Rhythm. lieinir the 3rd day of said month at Lau'tey, *
in the County of Bradford. State of Florida, $ us.
arrive: A cable to Sir Ludlow- Europe yet, and n e ve had about all Animals have no sense of rhythm, or i>o much thereof as will be necessary to 4>
You Need General Tool:
Service in the Downing street office the excitement we can stand. Don't though they may be taught to dance." Whenever Take Grove'sThe a pay the amount due for taxes herein set op <> METHODIST L. Z. Barr, .
posite the same, together with the coat of
will confim my story. Meanwhile I want anybody to arrest us again Just This is the announcement of Doctor Old Standard Grove's Tastelesf such sale and advertising S pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. .* E

w willing to go under arrest if you the minute we're sailin'. But, as 1 Craig of the University of Maine drill Tpnic is equally valuable as a Major Bell-That portion: of Block :26. East <> m. Preaching every Sunday atE ? ,'
100 ft Starke and
fronting
think! best" was sayin', there we all stood, foolish "Horses driven in span," he says in the General Tonic because it contains the Lawtey Lawtey road. 25 5 22 .2.45.on > U a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer *

"Bot-but I doi't understand, captain as goats, until in comes General Crandall Guide to Nature, "make no attempt to well known tonic propertiesof QUINIMS Green Inin-Lot 16, Oil's subdivision East meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30

-Cavendish. You posed as a ,followed by this Woodhouse chap. step together. Two birds, however and IRON It acts on the Liver, Drives C. H.Lawtey.Kettlss-23 Block 5 22 50 in$1.30.Ea.t Lawtey. o'clock. Junior Epworth League

German, as an Englishman." 'Excuse me, people, for causin you sweetly they sing solo, never sing In out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and 26 5 22 $4.3 S> Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior *

"Briefly, general a girl secretly lathe this little inconvenience,' the general time with one another nor with any Builds up the \Vhole System SO cents R. F. Mart.n-Diagonal lot 7 and 3'- acres Epworth League Sunday evening *> '
in See. 26, Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E, iu Town of I
pay of the Downing street office- says. 'Major Bishop has taken his other music Even the so-called dancing Lawtey 26 5 22 $6.45.
Louisa Schmidt-Josepha, the cigar girl orders too literal. If you'll gc back to animals of the circus get their rhythm Radium Emanations.The James Robinson-Blocks 46 and 49, East Law-

whom you ordered locked up a few your rooms and finish dressln' I'll have from the trainer not from the tune." emanations from radium cannot Mrs.tey M. 26 Padgett-Block 5 22 H. O.9, East Lawtey < > us. *

hours ago-Is the English representative the army bus down here to take you be stopped, but as scarcely any exhaustion 23 5 22 $4.30. 3 i>
in Berlin. Marion Sams-Blocks Hand 45, East Law PRESBCTERIAN C. H. *
the Wilhelmstrasse at to the quay. The Hotel 8pll'ndlde'sacrommodatlons of the material is appreciable,, tey 26 $1.80. 1

She learned of a plan to get a German have been slightly Safeguarder. despite the fact that a stream of energy L. L. SAPP 3> Abernathy, pastor. Sunday
Ipy in your signal tower a month l>e- disarranged by the arrest of its worthy Here is an advertisement of an extremely is constantly passing off from it 8-3-31. Marshal and Collector. i> school, 9:45 a. m. Preaching every -

fore war was declared, reported it to proprietor. So back we go, and-by mannish vest lined with peau this is of small const yuence. If the '?> Sunday mornin gat 11; Sunday <8>
APPLICATION TAX DEED
NOTICE OF
London and I was summoned from cricky, mother here comes the generaland de cygne, but even If we can't find rays were allowed to escape promisor UNDER SECTION OF CHAPTER 4S88, <& evening at 7:30. Prayer

Khartum to London to play the part Mrs. Crandall now!" I out in time what peau de cygne is we ously, however, they might do considerable LAWS OF FLORIDA. *> meeting Wednesday evening ate 3

of the German spy At Berlin, where Henry J. broke through the ring of suppose we coq guard against puttingon damage; in order to confln I, purchaser Notice is of hereby tax certificate given that No. G.82, P.dated Dover th, 7:30 o'clock. Visitors cordially s

he had from town of our wife's by mistake by looklni therefore been A. has filed said invited to worship with us..4 $>
gone your own I passengers and, with a waving of his them a safe has constructed 3rd day of August. D. 1914 6
for the drawstring.-Columbus (0.) certificate in my office, and has made application
Gibraltar to
to meet me, she arranged bat, rushed to the curb. A limousine with a thick lining of leadinsiile I for tax deed to issue in accordance wt

procure me a number in the Wilhelm- bearing the governor, his lady ajid Journal the steel. -. _,.'? ..law. Said certificate embraces the following"oooooooa smo y .
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!- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAJ'U, IS'fAKKE. F1d1RJDA. fIUIJ.-\r, '
PACK M( IT AtCtsr 18,1 .

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Mr. A. F. MUM.of Jacksonville; vix- irg th'- we'k in lfamJlt'/f Fpringe: ; vieiting mJlllrl..sH.n' Jif trip work canrxb ot- 'I': presFnt reprit" a nice

I Ill,J frwrfids here. Tue '
,. I A. Sheffield, of JackionvillvuiUd *-, Dyal went to JhlY.IIllflvlj! I>v W 1 M0air'.. of I'aia'.Ki, has daughters: : Ita Belie and CrosbJ Jennieht

relative and fntntte here Saturday I last week and voluntM-r I for MTVI'-" i/oi'f f&fj6-d: t'th* pjnV/rat" t/t the were visiting in Lake Bu

arid bunday.Mr. in; the ;arro) Chri: tianhurch, and l filed the regular and Sunday.P.e Sr.tIIrdaj

County News Item 0. J. pHillip was attending to At a meeting of th- town (;" 'JII' II Mpji'intm-nt last fianday, preach are sorry tQ state .

H tiUJiUifcKr ir. Haiford i Tuewiay.ilr Tuesday night a crossing wan f r'J'T- inn Va I'AT'f congregation both }h, Beasley, who died the deati. I(

-- .- --. .- .. .-- --= awl Mrs. J. I;. Sapp, of Law- .Ild over the A. C. L. near 1 urk.-j f'r'-*-k: Tfi'rrntity ar.d *v'"ninKMm 'tu rculosi::. He had A1Iguat t(
rr--- I try, vunU-d relative and friend here ..1. Thus will open up a part of the town \ II. D. May, of Threwa. was with his father in-law lnade hia --
Jasrwda/ hits Cvtbcrrd Luring the Week by Our Saturday and Sunday. that started to build up about two: th y1JtlItf her mMher, Mrs. T. M. for some time being 11r, D.

iUjuUr Corr *pon
preaching at Vanderbilt Sunday for tome time on account of the promised J, W. O'Kwf: IK out again, afterA- years of He

I. crossing never having t been completed. tfiir ronfind to his tied several days a wife and child besides age. lle

pHB MMMMA 'l* B BV Messrs. J. M. Norman arid 0. J'i' The property owner graded ] with; rntaHl'-K. tiv* and friends to other

NEBO. 'I j jMr. mill{ ,(,',rJvint. I Phillip motored over to Stark W c.-d-I the approaches to the railroad and "'%- I\I P. J. Pearce it again a citizen of burial] took place at motes'The .a.ntio

; i[ Mr. awl! )lr.. KUK; : DOUCHE via-} nesday. pected the road to put in the crossing,1 j i Hampton, having purchased a tract of etery Sunday morning, s

..' tt.d 1 tU ffJfII.tr' maU-r, Mr, "rd Mr !. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sparkman, of but aside from nailing plank on the land iri the southern suburbs of town Larramore conducting the old

MM) Mr*I. It. KArftfusld alUwlnlrburr J, J, iJidliritf; 41f l'r''vi'l! <-bc'-, SowJay. PMtiford, vwtied; here Tuesday.Mr. ties nothing has ever been done. The II..'I and i ilj prparinr to build a home thereat )lr. G. Bevin, who had l.een

hat Lulu t lIII"lay. ,;l Mr, and! Mr*. K.; Ii. HwK\sn\ at- W. C. Woolen, of Lawtey, was a town has now decided to build the approaches an early date.Mrs. I zen of Brooker, has moved a '

)irk AII'rt Fia/l and Mils iJonnw \\.4",11,11! l ut Sariii) Kuf.'lay. buxinchM vihitor; here Friday.Itiv. to the crossing giving the J. P. Dyal of Tampa, accompanied -I is the owner of the Fo back trd

A4.tre'A Columbia tounty attended The frown Gin Company havi- lately Link Moseley, of Jacksonville, dwellers of that part of town a chanceto by hr two charming daughters -i Mr. For:>yth has moved his

the sing ..l Oak Giovr KrWay ifIM j jE'vetul i. ifitall! J a .'.-w J/1'T for their yin\ preached to a large; congregation; here get out. are the guests of Mrs. Dyal'e lacrosse.REGISTRATION. IDu.' to

; Turn hkrc attended lll jiladt 'Jh,-y anj'n-j'uriiitf to handle Friday ni 'ht. father, T. J. Durden.

sing lnaklnup at J'vi'Ii'1 Friday j:j,, tvtton on a law '\I'll Ie-. Mr. II. K. Norman was a visitor to HAMPTON. -

__ night I! Algur'J'hansas ha cntMid the Nor- Starke Monday.Mr. I BROOKER. BOOKS '"iU
)!r. W. H. Oiawford: and M'H, IVil lvwilorn l- inat Inhtitutc at )1adiil n. W. H, Norman motored over to CLOSE SATl'RDAT.The .

Ili, W"H' LuxiueMA to Luke But Murray and I OUon Thomai! went to I.awley Sunday.Mr. Rev. J. W. Hilton, of Otter Creek, : registration books of the

U-r Kalunlay.Mr.: Iakc Uutli-r (,11 buxincnH lust KaturJI. and Mrs I). B. Browning- was renewing acquaintance with his' Many of the Brooker citizens are of Starke will be closed to1t

and Mm. J. G. Williamn, of duy. ili-d relatives at Kaiford Tuesday. many friends here Tuesday. Mr. Hil- business visitors to Starke this week. night. Those who wish to<

r.''I&r Guilford: wenin our burg :.Sunday. ) f.'. Hurriiton un'J I'. U. KoU-rt, Mr. Knot'h OnHiii, of LawU-y, was a ton has partly regained his health andis Mr. Edward Capell, of Worthington, should do so at once. To be
of WortliiiiKton, wn hinon buhiriwiH visitor here Saturday in the interestof engaged in active ministerial duties i to vote it will be q
was the guest of Mr. Albert Shaw on necessary M lne
OAtoti U openinright uloi.jr in our Friday, the Ijawtey Telephone Co. again. Sunday. i poll tax receipts for the yein
H of our fannemImvr 11. D. 'DifkM was in Luke City Friday >telephone any notes haveto and 1916. U15
fccrtioii+ now <'iiuf you T. M. Cauthen, of Waldo was looking Messrs. G. W. Hazen, L. A. Brown,
i UKUII 'irking. on the respondent by Tuesday even after business interests here Tues- .
-: buxiuesx.. L. Morgan, E. M. Hazen and son, Va-
Mr. and M,II. N. K.: KoU-rU, of near ing.. 'Phone ;;n. BAPTIST CHUfiCHTRegular
visitors to Jacksonville last
I Iuka Hutle.r l |>a "Msil through our burjr GUilFORD. P.v.. M. A. Woodard, of Jakin, Ga., day.Miss Madeline Middleton, of Green coe week., were services

;{suu(1uy, Fncwill Bupti.st minister will preachat Cove Springs is spending the week next Sunday s&..
Mr. H. C. Richard of Starke
ing and
M..... Virgil Hrcw/I.If Piov- I I -- Wood lawn Park on the third Sun was evening at the First Baptist
Mi. and here, the guest of Mrs. W. E. Middle-
f
attending to business here Saturday.Mrs. church to which
Mr. and Mrs J. D. Douylahf, ofWurthiuglur' the public isinvited. ,
WPIIHwiir vlditing relative Iwir day in August al ::::$0 p. in. All are
: I wn visiting Mr. J. I D.jKiutflunn' inviled. 810'lt.RAIFORD. ton.Mitchell H. J. Davis, of Worthington, ,
Noah of hereon
Hundny.Kpvpial Tampa, was
of folk atUfidnl I sun ht-rt lust wwk.ManUr is visiting relatives here this week. I W. G. LAW,
our young business Tuesday.A. .
CU-vflaiid Drijwm, of Juke Messrs. Osteen and Capell, of
chuich tat Lulu Sulurduy night A. Durden was a business visi- Pastor.
visitors here
I Sun-
Worthington
' Mr. Ned| MrNM K. W. KdcnlU'H; vis- I I'.utlir, waN visiting friends here un.1 tor to Jacksonville Wednesday.T. morning.Mrs. ,. were
day WAIVED
lied lit llw IIMMW of Mr. and Mr*. N. day.Mr. M. Hagan spent Wednesday in EXAMINATION,
Ii P. M. Barefoot and daughter
J. t;. Dou/lahK in still pulling i
: Sumluy "f Uu noon. Charlie Tom accused
A. Conner B. Z. Matthews, Bradford county's Jacksonville at the bedside of his Inez in Alachua of attempted
were Friday.
Mr. J. J. Hiunm'ii and' Mr. I D. It.I fwl'ler MVKHIII. J. K.; !DouylaHH and J. J. :I expert well driller, is putting down awell brother, Frank Hagan, who is in St. Mr. R. W. Surrency of Graham, assault upon a white lady, bogie arraignment >
KiU'iilleld: \ '\ mail u l'UII ineit s trip U their : this week for Mr. Wm. Whitehead Luke's hospital suffering from a ser was an early visitor here Monday. was set for last Friday and
Ulukw 'ld filled regular -
T epxjiiilinent
11111,1'niulltlll\ )'. in at one of his new cottages in ious gun shot wound inflicted by a Messrs. Percy McLeod Brinkley then put off until Wednesday of thii i
Oioover and Mlnw VoIPIW | SturktMonday. week decided
: Mr. J. M. town. negro desperado Monday night. to waive examinatjca
Hayes and Oscar Allen were visitors
Mihx
Mr. Ix'wiit ThomaH and Mary
and Setiim Alderinun, of n 'urCullfOiil ti t: 'M r. Frank Ofteen, of Long Bridge, Mrs. Manire spent Wednesday in here last and was bound over to the fan tern
Wednesday evening.
I IIlll'/lII"d the ,ln/+ ul Ouk 1 Andersun, of Biooker, were visiting Starke the of the circuit court in the
i I iflativfK and friend here lant ueek. was a bubiness visitor here Saturday guest of friends. Messrs. Harley Hazen and Rand sum of $309.
Grove Saturday. of last week.J The selective draft called six
.,.' __ I Mr KiU-h Nettles, of Providence, army Crews were visitors in Jacksonville
in .W. Mann, of Baker county, was of our "boys" to Starke for physical Saturday and Sunday.Mr. BUYING COTTON.To .
burg.
vH-nt| Sunday our .
; ; GRAHAM. !Dr. and M/11. Maine were wen in among the Saturday viistors here. Mr. examination during the week: JesseP. D. W. Hazen and son, Fred, are take care of those who kin
i Mann has several sons living in Kai Parrish, Stafford E .Homan, Earle small lots of
in this week.
----- our community Sunday afternoon. visiting Lafayette county cotton to sell before the

f I! Mr. ArUy 1(. Keynold, who joined Mr. and Mr!. H. K. KobertK attended ford and often calls this way. Manire Kad M. Watterson Vivian M. Mr. and Mrs. F. Colson gave a par- large movement of the product itarti,
hey and John W. Marshall
The first of the Whitehead (cot)
of Uncle Sum time church Sunday at Jioln-rts schoolhouxe. collages ty last Friday night in honor of their F. T. Norman, one of Starke'i mer.
; t he ui my : KOIIIC ago the Mrs. Idella Priest has returned froman
on of Central' and
for duly Sun corner avenue son, Clyde, and Mr. Guy Pinhloster, chants is taking a hand in the wttoa
oitU'ieij to
; NUN lepoit Division is extensive visit at Montbrook and is :
iilreet
j day III'"IIIIIIC. He huh rtur U'nt wli>he* Tlw wry dtil' l'lIltl'&Ldlt'r of KowrUKch Hearing completion again the of Mrs. Marvin, celebrating their birthdays, Clyde be deal. He is paying 20 cent per pound
and the guest GreenDr.
tIN well 1111 ell olhvm! who t>if in Uirwivlce wl, 1'iof. 1{. J>. Anderson, UK-lit foundation is laid for another. ing sixteen years old and Guy fifteen. for all that is brought to him and n
of grout lepubllc the week-end with friend here. The A. I). Andrews new home will Brantley, of Grandin, was a Games were played until a late hour,: Tuesday paid 25 cents for 20 pounds
our be under roof in a few days. Senator visitor here during the week. after which refreshments served., of extra fine cotton.
W. II. 'J1 why liu Uenon We ate glad to welcome Master were
M/II. 11)11I11 II. Andrews is building a large "house on The reception given: by the Woodman I
Thoiiian and William Hu/.i'ii back to
extviideil, l vint W her home in .
.
lift the site of the one that burned in the Circle at the home of Mrs. J. Allen --
school have' lieen alsent for
AIIIIIIIII.lllul' nlul'lwII"I'C', uccoiiipun. Uli they
; spring.! was well attended, and a most en- r.
t led l by I tier cUlcr, Minn l.ucile !frown, Home I i IIII'. Hon. S. T. Dowlirg spent Monday in joyable evening spent. .
uu Hcroinpliolud )'I'UlIlll ludy of Allunlu. Mr. Joe 'iewn ha* IJIIJyhll1 ear. Sturke the The regular monthly meeting of the
attending meeting of the
in Jucknonville' by Mr. C. C. McCull madv a business\
I wcie me
They commissioners.J. Women's Christian Temperance Union
Luke lust week.The county LAKE BUTLER BAKERY
trip to City
morning.MMI
r Dr. W. 31.'l'la')ftltlh Frtduy ( W. Anderson has taken the coun- was held Monday afternoon at the
C, N. 1). Joney truhUr of Guilford nchwl met
It. KoU'iU,
ty agency for a device to attach to automobiles home of Mrs. A. A. Futch. A most
and decided to
f MINI W. TIlOlllMH N''U' l'U llWM ViH- lust Wednesduy night interesting
; rendered delicious
thai enables was
them to burn program -
Imvc week' of school making
two
nfterno. ) mote ,
, ; not/I l I"> Sluike MMiuluy kerosene instead of refreshments were served anda
gasoline Mr. Anderson ,
I 1\1111111'\101: Willlumn' of llunipU.n, one in ell eleven week during/ this
was in town this week demo very profitable hour spent.A LAKE BUTLER
', FLORIDA.
of 111'1111'.1'11 JlyIlutur IA'lIdwrll, hu ti U 11I11I1"
sliating this new device and it isworking picnic supper was enjoyed on the
$UH-II on un I rAt gtikd visit lu Mm. W, Mr, (,. (:. MtCall and wife moloied lo his says beach of the lake just west of town ,
perfection on own
car
to Lulu lust Sunduy to hear the I'en-
M of thi place.
Kciii.iiln
ft Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stanton of Tuesday evening: when a party chap-
Ilya. Ch+loy l-'otrit wu u buine' I ucoiit )>reuching.Kev Luke eroned by Mrs. Middleton
Butler met friends
were in town Saturday Bread Cakes-and Pies.
xUitor ID JuineiivilU' on Monday of J, J. Kluckueldcr filled his regular Prompt delivery
Oak ( Sun Mr. Stanton, wilh his father, owns the from Brooker, Sampson and Graham, ,
>poiiitiiK'nl ul rove
III.H'f.t{ uj
I
Lake Butler Ice Plajit. served supper and spent a social even-
Mt tr. <;Joi>iue: Sl(,ne. one of (he kind I, day. Muny mrnJjcrs were presenluixl Mr. Cail
,- ludien of this/ nediim I III retort| u gust meeting.IVof Hilliard, of Waleroak, ing.The
iiiulhvily veryIII mothers' held 'PHONE 78
enl in meeting
s|) Friday )Kaiford. recently
J. M. (!iJ'lIII\'l'r teacher of the
\ ui Ihh( vviilinir. "hv has our vmjiulhy ,
> M. W. at the home of Mrs. Futch
Mann and family spent Sunday was a rec-
amiiumplrl 1 (;itnlfoid t.c-IIItI.l hUll tliiity-four
h pupil
wli for
'
and > curly
un eniolled.Mr. !. in Baker county, visiting his father ord breaker, so far as attendance as L C. SMITH, Propietor
.
<< iccoveiy.Mr. I J. W. Mann. well at interest is concerned. Another
,

I J, J. I II;)i.1!, me "f our nlvrthantM John ('.,I"IIIIAII and Mr. H, lluriii Kev. meeting is expected the
Galloway, of Baldwin in soon, as
ton |1'4 lh) of Huker\ in was
l vi'cully v loll\c.l hill li.inic) ncur Mucclviniy. > ) county, W MC town
Sunday and conducted the funeral
this community last Friday .
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1 A vety rnJuyubL ulfuir wu* u nociul Mi .*e* Welthy umi Kvu; !Dicks' at- An services important of Mr. John Kitch. .:' .
j last vvtvk lit (1)0 home of Juiiifn Key. "'iiiii'il church at Oak\ (;rove Hinxiay.MM last deal was consummated -
: \H't'kht'n II. II. Weaver the
: 1I1It.l1I, tll"1I by MI.)111.\ .)' U-'IIIII.I.. ) 1"11'I'111' AKici limn and Mr. J. '
;I in honor of the Ml&tew Kcynolib, of M. (;Iioou-r utleiiiicti\ I the ring dUloinJor druggist ill his business: took a partner, Dr. Johnson, lid I IIi

i I I irmltiu. A laiii crowd II' lit Ouk tio\e! Sutuiday. and this week the new :,
yountr |peg
firm moved) into the
store
I 1,1. Nrld |M" >cnt unit uflcr pluh! iinfirumc % '--'-'--- I by the Kaiford Pharmacy recently,vacated in Ii I', COUON PICKERS WANTED -I

I IIUIII.IIIII they weie cullc.l (to ELARBEE. whit is known as the Postoftice blotk. '

t I the .linlinr loom "hl| ." "\\.1 with >ioliilou Mr. Weaver is a graduate pharmacistanil : !I Iil J
j icfin-ltmcnt. At u late hour
\ Mr. and i Mi'*. J. I 1). liven i wm visit has enjoyed) the confidence of the :
: till\ d'1) h'l|, uUhiiif i I Iho li.moiCCK and l q
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ing F.luilice: people of Haifonl for the
ul and fourenrs
i I Siiturilay > unday. past; ill+
'hurlers of the
icluinx
many happy| | i ii I, '
; > ant he has many friends here I

L. Uy. _.._ Mi."t.e laude> Fetch and 'orn Davis who are glail to see him glowing and :
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ntvonipttnieil Ity Mr. Frunk Jonos getting into more roomy .(nailerf. Dr. --
MILLER. mill Mr.I John ;app, attended\ church ..J"hllO'1is u practicing physician; in NI IIII'

$uii.lay u| Mount IMoiiMinl.Mr Kuifonl raid it is uiuicrstooii: that others Ii:!

John 1IJ1"| of Al.uliiia. who has will go into the company later and. ,
F .1 I 1,41).I l Kii'Uy evening Mix Iohy> Tar- livn visiting, ]his sifter for ho 1111101| u charter will be us-keil of the state. d,;

F. lixli rllt ,llhw,1 ho )oun>: (folk\ of twosc..k#, returned Mine Tluir>diy. W. C. \\liitten uiiil wife wore na'1t' i! ,

thi* ,.'(ion in honor of Mi s laude llo wax acconipiiiiiotl liy his niece, happy' last Thursday morning by thearrival Last week the Bank of Starke offered its services to the

C'k, Ihuitrr, of 'l.ake' 'Rather, :\'r"H1Q en- Miss MHU.K' Futili. of un eleven pound p\\\\ \ ,"I .

i.\)o.l lhci>i>cl\o di In1 vitnuiM in dif Ti-of. 'ail Si-aff, of Now River, was (tight across: the sheet: from Mr. of farmers of the county in the matter of securing help to '

tfll't'1I1 $ which \\.'''' suggrslydr Whit ten, Mr. and Mrs.
f' Eamo visiting the homo of Mr. and Mrs.J Walter Valencia harvest the cotton Shi
AH.) liurfUM I ly lu1 rl" tinuiir |IO>(CM>. M. Flitch :'at unlay. wcl.-oiiu-.l a ten-puund boy Saturday crop. ,.

Al A late hoar all left after they had Our filiuol i is )rxiiiesMng nicely unlcr morning, I hi!! We now offer our services to persons who are looking ,'

\od\l lior ADiu'""ioi) of thanks.\ '' lltti fa1'e of Prof. Clrtrciu-o {'cutT.Mr Mr. Joe Dobbs, a prosperous farmer for work in the
Those |irr''rit _<>iv Ml>""\ VlltfioaUl 'I' Ait.i Mrli. J. M I. Futch return of ;app, was a business visitor ill cotton fields.

11hll\\lUI, h HIM\\H, F.ttu: > &n.J r uu 1,1 homo Monday from McAlpin, in Knifonl Monday. s We have calls already for more than fifty hands, and we

lli'1'II*, Miau.lo l Hunter, Huliy IVrn-Nh, "h"I'H,,", Fetch has burn holding\ aucckly W. J. Starling was among the out-
tl"i: t lokc*, Jane lUrllinir, iiivlis! ', \ I ,,",.'1 ill 1%', uf-town business men here atur.lay. 1:1::II are ready to supply work for this number of persons.

11inaN,1'Ir'f And Mt'. Il. U. AAH. l\\l\'l I I Miss Man,)*.Kutfh left Thursday for Ernest: WI'I1Ic'f, Uvvtey, made his !I":i Several of the farmers who have listed with us for
i .| MCMI. Kiuiuiami :\ ',' iAlArlnra I wilt o +' 10 will bpeiul soxentl1'rof regular week-end) trip to liaifonl Sun- t
1 \ld."II, Msiian Water*, AIr Amt day. clll)" pickers want whole families, some want white help and

'Il'uuiv Thonu*, }:uric Spitv*, M. !lwlim I Olarviuv Staff spent Saturday lion. II. W. Kaiford, state prison in- i some want colored help. It is plain therefore that there
.1 HraHIi. ; 1\\1\\111\11.\1\\ : \ in IVklo, I uiiihl At Wc'ltlinrI.1IIilh his |uirfwl sp
(+c.'tge 'UI.IIhl') \ MhlkrVilhcr\ *. Ho rrtuuuM to F.lurUv: Sunay. town looking\ after the home place. :*'I will be plenty of help for all, and the farmers seem to be

HI\\\. rl""t lxicilutj, Russell 1'11)I'f, %) Mrs. Kaifoni is with her sister, Miss
};."n" \lurll', Onur And) Harry :l lIJcv hal I( Mr. Frank Hunter, of Maerlenny\ I.ucy Perry, M Lake Park, C&. ti willing to pay fair wages. The cotton fields generaKy are ati

tat'' Jabio All""h... tlArI i".II\. I "AS xi.-itinir A! Ih,' homo of his parrots Miss Annie Maude Heiulricks of' r:ti! large and the yield promises to be heavy. This wilt frre
H. K MA' OH, of ii
ui) ,II\-.h at Kl. 011 (hurvhl. 1\1'\1 i iIm.la this'I VAlo l"*,,tey, whert' ho il\i emi after a month's visit with her aunt, 1:1: : the pickers a chance to make money. All together thue m

)'. H')1",11' tvt'tially }hil..I' |,1.>> o.) in the hog Imji i"ll business, Mrs. K H, Weaver.Mr. .
i t ttiff
I no excuse for idleness and why laborers a6uddJ
.> Allen.). I I I Miss XUu.lo' }',t.'h \\11$ .h"1'I'ln.: J, S, Ke. i>ter, of KUrl *, wasa no reason .
Marian Will nil mile II II\Icill"1:: trip in Kaifor. :itar'iay. I II business. visitor here Saturday" not share in the general prosperity of the cooatry.

to LAke inter Saturday. i I "ral'r meeting was hd.\ }'ri.IA)' Hev. Jones, Yan.ferhilt, preachtslt "
(Xrtuan :F.\10* 1\1\.1 -\Iar\ Th.wus night at the .:Iuhe",' .h.wl) hawse V'v- the Meth.vli church Sunday morning '::' If you want work call on or write the Bank ofSawrfet;at''' 'a' '

I boat to VV.Mlhiutlou ;pnfM.lit 1'ayi i. t ) >.lyes in\ih'.) ti ('onto. Church ser *ml eveninir, in the a tt'n"v of the once in order that we may get you placed -
, t >J 'IN S.u.\a) aftcrn.,.vn. Ivi.eryh I. "' will b* held) on Satunay night tvffuUr\ pastor, Kv, 1'lule'nd lI. ";' .Jj1fIfk'V-t'
: Mr. an.) Mm. Nari.\n ...m'Anf, )",I.IN' the thin only And Sunday who is quite ill at his home in Luke ::11: season. ,,,, :,! =' ;

j 'h<>jr.xa, ar( \uitmc the \."n'jAt 10$0.I .\, Sutler.Mr.l j,, F.'jR.- "" ". -.-'.,

t \1\11Io. Mr. And Mr*, H. t', \\'tll\I"\ $. I MrFrar.V Jones of Marbling, wAs Eatery Sapp was a pnvininent .t -

i U. t\ "' ,Hiam",, .If lhv\vi'ienv', pays' \ISltm.f frien.s at F.Mr. J.-I"", :an.1Ay. 101\\\te'Ih'f to Rjufard Starday. l'j*

. r'i) thnutyh hour' 'Aft umiay. -- -.--- Mrs, W 1\, Uennett, of Partow: is l
! f .\. S, an.) .1. U Uwwu \\\iIa bits} WOODLAWN PARK. her this week \iitinp her friend If

; .. .. nvN* tnp.trt lV \\..\t\ M1an3Ay afIn Mrs J. A. RjvoVs, n

t' noon. Hon. J. P, (\'lffin and son, Rev Wr- <
I X. n), $IAV"., U K::.. Ww a. \. \: J, Xarnun wa a "s.itI.., yen l''lffin't'N' in taut the first cf ,..I i 1.I

Thorn. an.) 1. $. Urn mil.a" bus i. Js.-\.s.w.\m" lintA'' U>t \\ '(\., the wttfc l.x\iir.jr fur business nuttors. _n
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(!; ne.A trip\ 1$1.tAtho \\IMlAr The toil }\Ai.\ a visit t*> the brume They later we>.t ti ;tar)\.', Mr. h
\\. \VMf Catvor, of '''''\1.\tnI. \\Ay.riIhlrtnwh \ if Mr an,) Mr. M, \\rn\tl" ,%n Jul> C.\lf.n is setting Uif tracts erf land
tWl
\\"1'9atol :1in.1A)'. SI, \lextrc a nne frThe happy .1.IhMtno 1wp gd pieces -ruing t.

Amt Mr W \\, .\.,.,,\ ... \-\mnAn, foA"rats hair OUT \'1'.,rAlttlAtl.\1)a.11r. hujYr this \\'Hht'H' BANK OF'iTSTAHK

$H'r ant KKw:\ St.\Vf. an.\ M.,* V,rat K 1. \\I "fnew salty" "s.s a will f .ncr and begin the rul"cha.t't'S rultuU -

"it' "hlnaU...",\,,i church N,1\II$ I 1'rvfrrsinAl 1itltlf } t\1,,s3Ay.I ,vn of th.Mr 1 land *t "n.,,".
Sttnirq\ I Mt>. \. >v HicVs, of t'\ilnt"U)\ istvUtut Mr. C Unnon, of New River urns

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114 Mm. '. Mr- ant Mrs :\. X.xrouain vver1rA B. J. Racier, of r.-t'r Fridge, was

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. ,
. 1 PAGE EIGHT FniDAY.ATOCST.., ...-.... .:-.

Mr. A. F. Muse, of Jacksonville, vis- ing the week in Hampton Springs visiting importance of this work cannot be ov- All present report a nice tim0'
t ited friends here Tuesday.Mr. friends. erestimated.Rev. Mr. and lrs. E. L Crosb
A. Sheffield, of Jacksonville, Brady Dyal went to Jacksonvillelast I W. T. McGuire, of Palatka, has daughters, Ila Belle and ) and
visited relatives and friends here Sat- week and volunteered for service been called to the pastorate ot the were visiting in Lake Butler Jennie Ka
urday and Sunday. in the army. I Christian church, and filled the regu- and Sunday. Sa 7

County News items Mr. 0. J. Phillips was attending to l At a meeting of the town council lar appointment last Sunday, preaching We are sorry to state the .
i business in Raiford Tuesday. Tuesday night a crossing was ordered to a large congregation both Mr. Beasley, who died death
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sapp, of Law- over the A. C. L. near Turkey Creek morning and evening. tuberculosis. He had made b :
tey, visited relatives and friends here This will open up a part of the town Mrs. H. D. May, of Theressa, was with his father-in-law, Mr
latertstlntf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Saturday and Sunday.Mr. that started to build up about two I the guest of her mother, Mrs. T. M. for some time, being a sufferer D,&

Refular Correspondents. I and Mrs. H. S. Norman attended years ago, but has been at a standstillfor Hagan, Wednesday. disease for several months. TT
preaching' at Vanderbilt Sundays some time on account of the prom- J. W. O'Keefe is out again, after being twenty-eight years of age. e
. ."'f'", I ised crossing never having been com- confined to his bed several days a wife and child, besides Be lea
other
L f1L -- -- Messrs. J. M. Norman and 0. J. pleted. The property owners gradedthe with measles.P. tives and friends, to mourn i:
r '1.( still improving.Mr. Phillips motored over to Starke Wed- approaches to the railroad and ex- J. Pearce is again a citizen of The burial took place at Antioch hit :
: NEBO. and Mrs. Eugene Douglass visited nesday.Mr. pected the road to put in the crossing, : Hampton, having purchased a tract of etery Sunday morning, Rev _
I- .oJ.r the former's sister, Mr. and Mrs.J. and Mrs. Alex Sparkman, of but aside from nailing plank on the land in the southern suburbs of town Larramore conducting the o G. "'

-t Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Edenfield at- J. Bielling, of Providence, Sunday. Raiford, vistied here Tuesday. ties nothing has ever been done. The and is preparing to build a home thereat Mr G.,Bevill, who had been
ltf tended church at Lulu Sunday. i Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Douglass, attended Mr. W. C. Wooten, of Lawtey, was a town has now decided to build the ap- an early date. of Brooker has moved a citizen .
Mr. Albert Feagle and Miss Donnie I at Sardis Sunday.The business visitor here Friday. :. proaches to the crossing, giving the Mrs. J. P. Dyal, of Tampa, accompanied is the owner of the Fonrth back'D4

,-f Adams, of Columbia county, attended Brown Gin Company have late- Rev. Link Moseley, of Jacksonville, dwellers of that part of town a chanceto by her two charming daugh- Mr. Forsytl has moved his famil cott&n.
K f the sing at Oak Grove Friday. ly installed a new boiler for their gin preached to a large congregation here get out. ters, are the guests of Mrs. Dyal's Lacrosse.REGISTRATION. to
I II Several folks from here attended the plant. They are preparing to handle Friday night. father, T. J. Durden.
I sing breaking up at Providence Fri- cotton on a large scale. Mr. H. S. Norman was a visitor to HAMPTON. -
day night. Algar Thomas has entered the Nor- Starke Monday.Mr. I BROOKER CLOSE BOOKS i-" tL
: Mr. W. B. Crawford and son, Wil- mal Institute at Madison. W. H. Norman motored over to SATURDAY.

lie, were business visitors to Lake But- Murray and Olson Thomas went to lawtey Sunday.Mr. Rev. J. W. Hilton, of Otter Creek, The registration bocks of the
ler Saturday. Lake Butler on business last Satur- and Mrs. D. B. Browning vis- was renewing acquaintance with his Many of the Brooker citizens are of Starke will be closed Saturda tmre

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Williams, of ited relatives at Raiford Tuesday.Mr. many friends here Tuesday. Mr. Hil- business visitors to Starke this week. night. Those who wish to reriate,

near Guilford, were in our burg Sun- day.C.. H. Harrison and R. B. Roberts, Enoch Griffis, of Lawtey, was a ton has partly regained his health and Mr. Edward Capell, of Worthington, should do so at once. To be gaped! :
g : of Worthington, were here on business visitor here Saturday in the interest is engaged in active ministerial duties was the guest of Mr. Albert Shaw on to vote it will be necessary to eve
day.Cotton is opening right along in our Friday.H. of the Lawtey: Telephone Co. again.T. Sunday. poll tax receipts for the year 1915

section now. Some of our farmers D. Dicks was in Lake City Fri- Please telephone any notes you haveto M. Cauthen, of Waldo, was look- Messrs. G. W. Hazen, L. A. Brown, and 1916.

have begun picking. day on business. the correspondent by Tuesday even- ing after business.interests here Tues- L. Morgan, E. M. Hazen and son, Va- -
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Roberts, of near ing. 'Phone 392. day.Miss coe, were visitors to Jacksonville last BAPTIST CHURCH.
Lake Butler, passed through our burg GUILFORD. Rev. M. A. Woodard, of Jakin, Ga., Madeline Middleton, of Green week. Regular services next
Freewill Baptist minister, will preachat Sunda/mortu
Sunday. Cove Springs, is spending the week Mr. H. C. Richard, of Starke, was ing and evening at the First
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brown, of prov- I I I Woodlawn Park on the third Sun- here,. the guest of Mrs. W. E. Middle- attending to business here Saturday.Mrs. church, to which the Baptist
of public is
Mrs. J. D. Douglass,
relatives here Mr. and day in August at 3:30 p. m. All are cordkB
; idence, were visiting Mr. J. D. ton.Mitchell H. J. Davis, of Worthington, invited. J
Worthington, were visiting invited. 8-10-2t. '
I I Noah, of Tampa, was hereon
: Sunday. here last week. is visiting relatives here this week. W. G. LAW
attend- Douglass' son ,
I Several of our young folks business Tuesday.A. .
Messrs. Osteen and Capell, of
t ed church at Lulu Saturday night. Master Cleveland Driggers, of Lake A. Durden was a business visi- Worthington, were visitors here Sun- Pastor
RAIFORD.
I
here Sun-
friends
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Edenfield visited Butler, was visiting tor to Jacksonville Wednesday.T. day morning.Mrs. WAIVED EXAMINATION-

I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. day.Mr. M. Hagan spent Wednesday in P. M. Barefoot and daughter,
A. Conner Sunday afternoon. J. E. Douglass is still pulling Jacksonville at the bedside of his Charlie Tom, accused of
r B. Z. Matthews, Bradford county'sexpert Inez, were in Alachua Friday.Mr. attempted
Mr. J. J. Brannen and Mr. D. R. fodder. well driller, is putting down a brother, Frank Hagan, who is in St. R. W. Surrency, of Graham, assault upon a white lady, whose arraignment -
Edenfield made a business trip to Messrs. J. E. Douglass and J. J. well this week for Mr. Wm. Whitehead Luke's hospital suffering from a ser- was an early visitor here Monday. was set for last Friday and

Bland Thursday. Blackwelder filled their regular. ap- at one of his new cottages in ious gun shot wound inflicted by a Messrs. Percy McLeod, Brinkley then put off until Wednesday of this
and Misses Yo- pointment in Starke Monday.Mr. week, decided to waive
f Mr. J. M. Groover town. negro desperado Monday night. examination
Hayes and Oscar Allen were visitors
rene and Selma Alderman, of near Lewis Thomas and Miss Mary Mr. Frank Osteen, of Long Bridge, Mrs. Manire spent Wednesday in here last Wednesday evening. and was bound over to the fall tea

Ir Guilford, attended the sing at Oak II relatives Anderson,and of friends Brooker here, were last visiting week. was a business visitor here Saturdayof Starke, the guest of friends. Messrs. Harley Hazen and Rand of the circuit court in the sum of $300.

Grove Saturday. last week.J The selective army draft called six Crews, were visitors in Jacksonville
Mr. Ritch Nettles, of Providence,
.W. Mann, of Baker county, was of our "boys" to Starke for physical Saturday and Sunday. BUYING COTTON

C GRAHAM. spent Dr. Sunday and Mrs.in Maines our burg.were seen in among the Saturday viistors here. Mr. examination during the week: JesseP. Mr. D. W. Hazen and son, Fred, are To take care of those who have

community Sunday afternoon. Mann has several sons living in Rai- Parrish, Stafford E .Homan, Earle visiting in Lafayette county this week. small lots of cotton to sell before tbt
our Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Roberts attended ford and often calls this way. Manire, Kad M. Watterson, Vivian M. Mr. and Mrs. F. Colson gave a par- large movement of the product start
Mr. Arley R. Reynolds, who joinedthe The first of the Whitehead Ifey and John W. Marshall (col.)
church Sunday at Roberts school cottageson ty last Friday night in honor of their F. T. Norman, one of Starke' mer.,
time
of Uncle Sam ,
some ago Mrs.
Idella Priest has
army Sun- house. the corner of Central avenue and returned froman son, Clyde, and Mr. Guy Pinhloster, chants, is taking a hand in the cotton
was ordered to report for duty Division street is extensive visit at Montbrook, and is
nearing completionand deal. He is
be- 20
wishesas The efficient teacher of Roberts celebrating their birthdays, Clyde paying cents per pound
He has dur best very
day morning. in the school, Prof. R. L. Anderson, spent the foundation is laid for another. again the guest of Mrs. Marvin Green ing sixteen years old and Guy fifteen. for all that is brought to him, and oa-
all others who are
well as The A. D. Andrews home will Dr. Brantley, of Grandin, was a
the week-end with friends here. new Games were played until a late hour, Tuesday paid 25 cents for 20 poundtof
service of our great republic. be under roof in few days. Senator visitor here during the week.
a after which refreshments were served. extra fine cotton.
I, t Mrs. W. H. Thomas, who has been We are glad to welcome Master Andrews is building a large house on The reception given by the Woodman I
and William Hazen back to
Thomas
; on an extended visit to her home in the; site of the one that burned in the Circle at the home of Mrs. J. Al- ---- -
I i Atlanta, has returned here, accompanied school, as they have been absent for spring. len, was well attended, and a most en- (

j by her sister, Miss Lucile Brown, some time. Hon. S. T. Dowling spent Monday in joyable evening spent. .
: 1 an accomplished young lady of Atlan- Mr. Joe Crews has bought a car. Starke attending the meeting of the The regular monthly meeting of the'
I'; J ta. They were met in Jacksonville by Mr. C. C. McCall made a business county commissioners.G. Women's Christian Temperance Union LAKE BUTLER BAKERYLAKE

1 Dr. W. H. Thomas Friday morning. trip to Lake City last week. W. Anderson has taken the county was held Monday afternoon at the
t i Messrs. C. B. Roberts, N. D. Jones The trustees of Guilford school met : agency for a device to attach to automobiles home of 'Mrs. A. A. Futch. A most
I' F and H. Thomas were business vis- last Wednesday night and decided to
W. ; that enables them to burn interesting program was rendered de-
I [ itors to Starke Monday afternoon. have two more weeks of school, mak- kerosene instead of gasoline. Mr. An- licious refreshments were served, anda

I Miss Eva Williams, of Hampton,oneS ing in all eleven weeks during this derson was in town this week demonstrating very profitable hour spent.A BUTLER f FLORIDA.

of Bradford's popular teachers, hast summer. this new device and says it is picnic supper was enjoyed on the
Mr. C. C. McCall and wife motoredto ,
been extended visit to Mrs. W. beach the
on an working to perfection on his own car. of lake just west of town
Lulu last Sunday to hear the Pen-
M. Reynolds of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stanton, ?i I Tuesday evening when a party chap-
Hon. Chesley Fogg was a business tacost preaching.Rev. Lake Butler eroned by Mrs. Middleton met friends
in town
were Saturday. Bread Cakesand Pies. Prompt delivery
J. J. Blackwelder filled his
visitor to Gainesville on Monday of reg-
Mr.\ Stanton, with his father, owns the from Brooker, Sampson and Graham, ,
ular at Oak Grove Sun-
appointment
this week. Lake Butler Ice Plat.Mr. served supper and spent a social even
Mrs. George Stone, one of the kind, day. Many members were present Carl
Hilliard
of Wateroak,
\ motherly ladies of this section, is very and report a good meeting. spent Friday in Raiford.M. ing.The mothers' meeting recently held 'PHONE 78
Prof. J. M. Groover teacher of the
ill at this writing. She has our sym W. Mann and family spent Sun- at the home of Mrs. Futch was a rec-

pathy and wishes for an early and pils Guilford enrolled.Mr. school. has thirty-four pu- day in Baker county, visiting his father ord breaker, so far as attendance as L C. SMITH, Propietor
complete recovery. J. W. Mann. well at interest is concerned. Another -
Mr. J. J. Byrd, one of our merchants John Coleman and Mr. H. Har- Rev. Galloway, of Baldwin, was in meeting is expected soon, as the
riston both of Baker in
recently visited his home near Mac- county, were town
this community last Friday. Sunday and conducted the funeral -
clenny. services of Mr. John Ritch.
A very enjoyable affair was a social Misses Welthy and Eva Dicks at- An important deal i <
was consummated
home of James Reynolds tended church at Oak Grove Sunday. -
last week at the last week when R. H.
Weaver the
,
Miss Lorene Alderman and Mr. J.
I given by Miss Daisy Reynolds
druggist, took a partner, Dr. Johnson,
M. Groover attended the
sing closingat
in honor of the Misses Reynolds, of in his business
Oak Grove and this week the new I
Georgia. A large crowd of Saturday.
t young people firm moved into the store recently va-
were present and after playing cated the .
by Raiford Pharmacy, in
r: numerous games they were called to ELARBEE. what is known as the Postoffice block.
i the dining room and served with de- Hr.. Weaver is a graduate pharmacistand
licious refreshments. At late hour
a Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Green were vis- has enjoyed the confidence of the
all departed, wishing the honorees and I J
iting at Elarbee Saturday and Sun- people of Raiford for the past four
of the
hostess many happy returns years, and he has many friends here '>

i \ day. day.Misses Maude Futch and Cora Davis who are glad to see him growing and :

1 accompanied by Mr. Frank Jones getting into more roomy quarters. Dr.
\. MILLER. I and Mr. John Sapp, attended church Johnson is a practicing physician in
I. i Sunday at Mount Pleasant. Raiford, and it is understood that oth-
I Mr. John Sapp, of Alachua, who has ers will go into the company later anda
Last Friday evening Miss Ruby Par been visiting his sister for the past charter will be asked of the state.

rish entertained the young folks of two weeks, returned home Thursday.He W. C. Whitten and wife were made
this section in honor of Miss Maude was accompanied by his niece, happy last Thursday morning by the i Last week the Bank of Starke offered its services to the
Hunter of Lake Butler. Everyone enjoyed Miss Maude Futch. arrival of an eleven pound girl.
.j? themselves to the utmost in different Prof. Carl Scaff, of New River, was Right across the street from Mr. farmers of the county in the matter of securing help to

I games which were suggested visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. Whitten, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Valen- harvest the cotton '
I and directed by the charming hostess. M. Futch Saturday.Our cia welcomed a ten-pound boy Satur- crop.
,I At a late hour all left after they had school "progressing nicely un- day morning.Mr. We now offer our services to persons who are lookingfor

I voted her an expression of thanks. der the care of Prof. Clarence Scaff. Joe Dobbs, a prosperous far- work in the cotton fields.
f Those present were Misses Virgie Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Futch return- mer of Sapp, was a business visitor

Thomas, Mabel Brown, Ettie and Cora I I I ed home Monday from McAlpin, in Raiford Monday.W. We have calls already for more than fifty hands, and we 1
Spires, Maude Hunter, Ruby Parrish, where Rev. Futch has been holding a J. Starling was among the out- .
Elsie Stokes, ,Jane Bielling, Gretis'It |weekly meeting. of-town business men here Saturday. i are ready to supply work for this number of persons. .

Thomas, Prof and Mrs. B. D. Adams, j I Miss Maude Futch left Thursday for Ernest Wells, of Lawtey, made his Several of the farmers who have listed with us for
and Messrs. Furman and Seeber I 1 Alachua, where she will spend several regular week-end trip to Raiford Sun-
: Stokes, Marion Waters, Algar and days. day.Hon. pickers want whole families, some want white help and .t

Denzie Thomas, Eurie' Spires, Mabel I I' Prof Clarence Scaff spent Saturday I H. W. Raiford, state prison inspector some want colored help. It is plain therefore that there !!!
Reaves, Sim Tomlinson, Ervin Dekle, night at Worthington with his par- spent Sunday and Monday in ,

George and Albert Miller, Wilber' ents. He returned to Elarbee Sun- town looking after the home place. I. will be plenty of help for all, and the farmers seem to be
Brown, Fred Bielling, Russell Taylor, I Mrs. Raiford is with her sister, Miss 'I
Bodie Mizell, Omar and Harry Shal- day.Mr.. Frank Hunter, of Macclenny, Lucy Perry, at Lake Park, Ga. willing to pay fair wages. The cotton fields generally are

lar, Josie and Verdie Harrison. was visiting at the home of his par- Miss Annie Maude Hendricks, of large and the yield promises to be heavy. This will give '
Rev. B. F. Mason, of Gainesville, ents Saturday. Mr. Hunter was on near Lake City, has returned home, I
will preach at Ft. Call church next his way to Lawtey: where he is employed after a month's visit with her aunt the pickers a chance to make money. All together there is
Sunday. Everybody cordially invited in the hog buying business. Mrs. R. H. Weaver.Mr. .
for idleness and
no excuse laborers shouldnot i
no reason why
to attend. Miss Maude Futch was shoppingin J. S. Register, of Elarbee, wasa I
I
I ; Marion Waters made a business trip Raiford Saturday. business visitor here Saturday. share in the general prosperity of the country.If .
to Lake Butler Saturday. held Rev. Jones, of Vanderbilt
Prayer meeting was Friday preachedat
Furman Stokes and Algar Thomas night at the Elarbee school house. Ev- the Methodist church Sunday morn- you want work call on or write the Bank of Starke at
a
went to Worthington Springs on busi-I erybody invited to come. Church services ing and evening, in the absence of the once in order that we may get you placed early in the
ness Saturday afternoon. will be held on Saturday night regular pastor Rev. Paul Kendall,
I ; Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sullivan, of I before the third Sunday, and Sunday who is quite ill at his home in Lake season.
Theressa, are visiting the latter's par- Butler.

ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Peeples. also.Mr.. Frank Jones of Manning, was Mr. Ellery Sapp was a prominent i iI
L D. C. Williams, of Providence, passed visiting friends at Elarbee Sunday. Lawtey visitor to Raiford Saturday.Mrs. I
I through here last Sunday. : W. K. Bennett, of Bartow, is
I J. S. and J. L. Brown made a business WOODLAWN PARK. here this week visiting her friend, I
trip to Lake Butler Monday af- Mrs. J. A. Brooks.

I ternoon.N. Hon. J. P..Coffin and son, Rev. War-
l' H. Stokes, B. E. Brown. I. E. Mr. J. S. Norman was visitor to ren Coffin, were in town the first of -
I Thomas and J. S. Brown made a busi- Jacksonville one day last week. the week looking after business mat-
ness trip to Starke Tuesday. The stork paid a visit to the homeof ters. They later went to Starke. Mr. .
I D. W. Carver, of Providence, passed Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Norman on July Coffin is selling large tracts of land at
'I through here last Sunday. 31, leaving a fine girl. The hapP Johnstown, two good pieces going to BANK
. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Adams, Furman, parents have our congratulations.Dr. local buyers this week. These pur- OF "STARKESTARKE
I Seeber and Elsie Stokes and Miss Vir- E. L. Biggs, of Lawtey, was a chasers will fence and begin the cul-
gie Thomas attended church at Sardis professional visitor here Tuesday.Mrs. tivation of their land at once.

t Sunday. L. E. Hicks, of Plant City, i is Mr. C. Lennon, of New River, was

I Eurie Spires, of Midway, passed visiting relatives and friends here this, a guest of his brother, D. Lennon, here ..
I :' through here enroute home from Tren- week. this week.B. FLORIDA I

ton Monday.The Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman were J. Rosier, of Rosier Bridge, was
many friends of Mrs. J. L transacting business in Starke Mon among the Saturday visitors here. ,
to know that she iaI day. Miss Annie Vivian ",
Brown are glad I Graham is spend-

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