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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1917. NUMBER 7. ",




, PEACE PROPOSALS MADE BY POPE DISTRICT BOARD .A. BLANDING PLANS FORMOVINGOFNATIONAL



t BENEDICT TO THE BELLIGERENTS IS BUSY WORK- NOMINATED AS GUARD TO FRANCE COMPLETEDI



.. ]INGONAPPEALSALL BRIG. GENERAL I -

l Diplomats See in The Move the ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ++ By War Department-Will Include -

> Hand of the German Ruler. + GOOD BUSINESS PROSPECTS. + Troops From 26 Dif- !

Allies Will Hardly Accept. + + CLAIMS MUST BE SUB- PRESIDENT HAS SENT AP- ferent States of Union.
+ The business depression that +
+ has been evident during the summer + MITTED TO BOARD WRITTEN POINTMENT TO SENATEIS -

BELIEF IS THAT PROPOSALSGO + is about over. We see new + ENTIRE COMMAND WILL BE

TO BENDICT VIA AUSTRIA ++ activity and remodeling on every hand.is going Building on.- ++ TAMPA WILL BE HEADQUARTERS SAID TO BE "BEST NATIONAL UNDER GEN. W. A. MANN i

F THE DISTRICT BOARD GUARD REGIMENTAL COMMANDER +'s
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+ -
+ The farmers are still shipping ?

POPE SUGGESTS RESTORATION + some sweet corn, but the principal + FOR THIS STATE. IN U. S." TROOPS FROM OVER THE COUNTRY -

OF BELGIUM, SERBIA AND + product sent away now is + USED TO SOLIDIFY THE i
+ sweet potatoes. This staple will +
ROUMANIA-POPE IS SINCERE + yield enormously, as the acreage + The District Exemption Board yes- A special dispatch to the TimesUnion NATIONAL GUARD GOVERNORS -

EVEN THOUGH GERMANY SUG- + is very large, and will bring good + terday opened offices on the eighth last night from Washington stat- ENDORSE ACTION OF
+ prices, the more so, as it has been + floor of the City Hall, and today will ed that the President yesterday nomi- WAR DEPARTMENT.
GESTED THE MOVE. + put on the list of provisions supplied + be actively engaged in considering the nated Albert H. Blanding, colonel of

+ to the armies. The corn + appeals which have come up to the the Second Florida infantry, to be a -

ROME, Italy, Aug. .-Peace proposals + crop is safe and nearly twice asH + District Board from the local board in brigadier general in the new national WASHINGTON, Aug. 15.-Plans -

made by Pope Benedict have large as in any preceding year. + District 1. As soon as appeals are army.. for sending the first National Guard
been delivered to all the belligerent + So far the cotton crop appears + taken in the other districts and prop- Colonel Blanding is one of the most troops to France have been perfectedby
filed these will be taken in popular and efficient officers in the Na-
erly
governments. The pope suggests the + very promising. The acreage is + up the War Department with the or-
.restoration of Belgium, Serbia and + larger than in former years. In + due course by the District Board. tional Guard of Florida, and the news ganization of a.division which will in-
Roumania and peaceful solution of the + places the boll weevil will do + Chairman S. D. Harris of the .Dis- of his splendid promotion will be received clude troops from twenty-six states i

problems of Alsace Lorraine, Trent, + some damage, but the price paid + trict Board last night requested thatit with gratification by his friendsin E. FREEMAN and the District of Columbia.The .
+ for the cotton will + be made clear through the press all parts of the state.
bring officer
Trieste and Poland. perhapstwo Starke who has just been com- commanding of the division -
man
The Pope's peace appeal proposes + millions of dollars into the + that the District Board passes upon The new brigadier general as colo- in the Engi- will be Brig. Gen. W. A. Mannof
appeals filed in writing and does not nel of the Second Florida infantry was missioned a captain
+ J. F. Canova and Grif- + the regular
that there be no annexations and no county. of the National army, now chief of the
Corps
indemnities except in special cases + fin & Johns, the cotton buyers + consider oral testimony, so that per- regarded by officers of the regular I neer Army.LIEUTENANT division of military affairs of the War
sons who have filed appeals are asked army with whom he came in contact,
such as Belgium and Serbia, the return + and ginners of this city, have + Department.The .
to Germany of her colonies in exchange + already enough cotton on hand to + not to apply in person to the District as the "best National Guard regimental "- A. J. THOMAS. states from which the National
Board in connection with their commander in the United States.
. + warrant them starting their + appeals Guard
for the occupied departmentsof up troops are to be assembled are
France, freedom of the seas, disar- + gins today_ or tomorrow.. + Yesterday: a number of persons! calledon Hik regiment, which he took to the Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin,
mament and the formation of a supreme T me ;future looks so hopefulthat T the Dlatnet; ; Board in connectionwith bottler last October, was rated as one Among those who successfully pass- New York, Ohio, Georgia, Alabama,

court of arbitration for the set- + preparations of all kinds are + appeals which they have filed. of the best commands doing duty along ed the final examination and received Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Cal-

tlement of future international dis- + going on in order to accommo- + The personality of the man filing an the Rio Grande. commissiones at the Ft. McPherson of- ifornia, Maryland, South Carolina,
putes. + date increased business. Our mer-+ appeal has nothing to do with the General Blanding entered the services ficers training camp was Mr. Archi- Missouri, Virginia, North Carolina,

+ chants are putting in heavy + work of the District Board. Chairman of the state of Florida September bald Thomas, one of Starke's well Kansas, Texas, Michigan, New Jersey,
+ stocks of goods in anticipation ofa + Harris stated that he wished it under- 23, 1899, as captain' in the second known and popular young men. Mr. Tennessee, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Col-

Proposal Not Unexpected. + lively fall and winter trade and + stood that appeals are to be filed by Florida infantry, being for a numberof Thomas has been commissioned a sec- orado, Oregon and the others from the

:. Washington, Aug. 16.-Pope Bene- + money is freely spent for im- + mail years assigned to duty as regimen- ond lieutenant in the infantry branch. District of Columbia.
dict's peace proposals were not unex-' + provements and goods. That is + The District Board is composed of .Adjutant. He was commissioned a Lieutenant Thomas is a son of Mr.

pected to the United States nor to any + the right spirit. Times are goodor + Chairman S. D. Harris, of St. Peters- major June 25, 1906; lieutenant colo- Jesse Thomas, who lives two miles Regiments Increased.The .

of the Entente Allies. + hard, very much as we make + burg; Lewis O'Brien, Kissimmee, sec- .I nel February 2, 1907 and full colonel east of Starke. He graduated from each two infantry brigade formation,
The possibility of a peace move was + them. + retary; Dr. James M. Jackson, of Miami April 30, 1910, and was reappointedJuly Starke High School in 1915 and was in brigade to be composed of two

discussed with British Foreign Minis- + The money coming into Brad- + physician; John H. Mackey, of 16, 1914. his second year at the University of regiments in,the indicates size a very large increase -

ter Balfour and Vice Premier Viviani + ford county this fall and winter, + Jacksonville; R. T. Joughlin, Tampa. In all these grades he served with Florida when he went to the training ments. The of infantry regi-
fact
when the British and French missionswere + from the sale of potatoes, corn, + Mr. Harris said that, while a num- distinction and at all times held the camp. He has a host of friends who ignations have been that numerical des-
in Washington and it was agreed + cotton, beef, pork, etc., will be + ber of claims for exemption had been respect and esteem of officers and en- will be pleased to know of his success. assigned to the
that all the allies, including the Unit- + enormous, and as the prospectsare + sent to the Board, the work of passing listed men of his own and other com- We learn from the Tampa Tribune brigades throughout of the also indicates the

ed States, should refuse to discuss + evident for as good or even + upon these would not be taken up until mands with which he happened to be that only 33 per cent of the Florida adoption ministrative unit European battalion ad-
terms while Germany occupiedthe today. I sen-ing. for commissions passed the system although the
peace + better years to come, the money + applicants
territorities she had- taken by + will not be hoarded, but spent. + All claims for exemption on the He was mustered into federal ser- final examinations. It is noteworthy, regimental organization of three battalions -
to is
-force. + The greater part will be spent + i ground of industrial and agricultural I vice July 6. 1916, at the time of the therefore, that both of Starke's appli- While a regiment retained.

Now the pontiff's proposal presentsthe + with business men within the + work are filed with the District Board border trouble, and was mustered out cants passed, giving us a 100 per cent for no explanation this of the reason

question in a somewhat different + county. But there are eight to + direct, and do not pass through the local I March of this year after the return of standing in the class. Captain Henry the forming first tactical composite division as

light, difficult perhaps to met, becauseit + ten little towns in the county + boards. It is anticipated that there his regiment to Florida. He again Freeman and Lieutenant Thomas are National Guard organization of the
to be since
offers to a war-weary world a hope + containing from two to a coupleof + will be a number of such claims from entered the federal service for the to be congratulated for having won the state drafted perfected into the

for peace. + dozen stores, and those mer- + the county' districts to be consideredby war with Germany, August 5, 1917, out in a trial where so many failed. federal troops it is were known that the

Germany and her allies are expected + chants who invite the public, + the District Board.-Tampa Trib- when the President's draft order be- has been army endorsed, by the plan of
the + + une, Wednesday. came effective. ANOTHER VAT COMPLETED.A governors
promptly to accept Pope's propos- through advertisements, to come
virtually all the states. The effect
als. + and trade with them, will have + Tampa will be the headquarters of -
the District Board and claims for NEGRO IN JAIL CHARGED WITH presumably will be to solidify the Na-
+ the heaviest trade. The + ex-
American officials acknowledge that Telegraphis new dipping vat, owned by S. R. tional Guard and to give the whole
emption should be addressed to S. D. ATTEMPTED ASSAULT.
the Vatican's proffer is of a nature + the best advertising medium in + Johns and D. W. Moore, has just been country an interest in the division
Harris Chairman District
calling for a reply. Diplomats of the + the county, as it is read by prac- + Exemption completed by the Quigley Lumber & which
might not be so strong if the
Board Fla. It will be
Tampa by GAINESVILLE
seen 15-Joe Mur-
+ tically time + Aug.
every person. Any situated land
Entente circle voice nothing but a ; Supply Co. It is on own- troops from one state had been
+ is time to it for let- + the foregoing that the district board ry, a negro cotton picker from the La- any
a good use
unanimous opinion that it will be re ed by Mr. Johns, about six miles used to form this tactical unit.
will not hear oral testimony in Crosse section the
+ ting the public know what + supportof was brought to
jected. American officials realize that you southeast of Starke, south of E. B.
a convincing reply is required for the + have to sell and that you want to + a claim for exemption. They will county jail yesterday by a posse of Dees' place. President Names General Officers.
reach their decisions on documentary who their action saved Nominations of nearly 200 general
world's of history. That the + sell it, but our issue of September + men, by quick
posals cannot page be accepted as they pro- + 7th will be especially so. That + testimony filed with them. the negro from deserved lynching. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 officers of the regular army and the
stand is certain. That they will not + issue will contain the general + Murry on Monday night attempted to + + National Guard were sent to the Sen-

be accepted at all is probable.An + laws passed by this year's legis- + ANOTHER COW ORDINANCE criminally assault a highly respected + FLIP COIN TO DECIDE DRAFT. + ate today by President Wilson.
BEFORE TOWN COUNCIL white of LaCrosse.He From the thirty-seven new major
unofficial outline of the Pope's + lature, and will be sent not onlyto + woman + +
tracked from the of generals to be created for the durationof
communication was received here to- + every registered voter in the + was scene + TULSA, Okla., Aug. 11-Harry +
day. Members of the President's cab- + county, but to every other person, + Aldermen White and Bryan Would his contemplated diabolical crime to + Crosby and Claud Crosby, + the war and from the existing ma-
his home and when arrested said he jor generals of the regular army, will
inet said it had not been discussed at + whether he is on our subscriptionlist + Keep Stock Off Streets At Night + twins, came before the exemption +
had been drafted, but he would die be- come the army, corps and division
+ or not. We will make this + +
this afternoon's meeting, but some of: + board here today. They were both
, the President's official family + edition so attractive and interest- + fore he would go to war. He was to + acceptable, but had a mother to + commanders of all the forces being
gave At an adjourned meeting of the ,
raised National
have himself before the regulars, Guard or
presented
signs of the difficulty it has presented. + ing that every item wil Ibe read. + ex + support, and it was a question HT
council held the national the
Monday'night new Similarly brigade
emption board army.
today.
+ Think over this proposition, Mr. + .
Tonight the official text had not been which was to go to war and 1
commanders will be selected from the
received and it had not been estab- + Merchant.The + cow ordinance introduced by Alderman I + which was to stay and supportthe + list of than hundred
more one new
lished whether it would come throughthe + + White some time ago was called up for nance. + mother. .
Spanish ambassador or the Swiss + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + consideration.The Alderman Matthews concurred in + Claud Crosby drew a coin from + brigadiers.The
list of officers shows
this opinion. He said that he had vot- general
minister. Spain and Switzerland are new ordinance is amendatory of ed for the original impounding ordi- + his pocket. + that the seniority rule has been fol-
drinking fountain at the courthouse +
the only two European neutrals hav- + "Heads or tails he asked his
corner has been supplied with the ordinance providing for the em- nance under the belief that a majorityof + + lowed closely, except where men in
ing relations with the Vatican. i brother.
Working Through Austria cool water from a pipe that does not pounding of cattle, and provides for the citizens wanted the cattle kept + "Tails," was the reply. + line for promotion were found wantingby
the board of officers which made
off of the that the election
The first appraisal of the proposal run under the hot pavement, and the the empounding of such animals running streets; + The coin fell tails, and Claude +
held in had shown that he the recommendations to the President.The .
by officials and diplomats was that it house wives of the neighborhood, who early July + filed his claim for exemption. +
at large on the streets at night. was mistaken in his estimate of pub- rule laid down by Secretary Baker
of the fountains
used the water
was another attempt by Germany, this hq When the ordinance was called up lic estimate and that + + for selection of general officers directs
for boiling eggs, are put at a disad- for consideration Alderman Jones of public opinion, + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
he did not now want to vote for a two major qualifications govern the
(Continued on Page 4.) vantage. moved amend out the -
to by striking board-evidence their
measure that did not seem to have the during army careers ..
enacting clause, which would have kill- i sanction of majority of the citizens. of sKill in leading troops in action -
+ + + + + 4.GEORGIA'S. + + + + + + + + + + + a MEETING OF CITY
NEW ARMY TO BE ed it. In support of his amendment Alderman White, the introducer of 1 and in training soldiers.All .
+ +
Alderman Jones said that the citizensof !
the ordinance, said that he was sure of the commissions are for the
+ FIRST BALE + the town had voted against em- a majority of the citizens would like duration of the war only, and are in
+ AUCTIONED IN NEW YORK + pounding cattle by a large majorityand COUNCILTUESDAY the national although the offi-
to have the cattle kept off of the army,
+ + CALLED SEPT. 5 that he was opposed to the ,. of
pas- streets at night. He thought that a cers may be assigned to any part
+ NEW YORK, Aug. 13.-The + sage of an ordinance that would in great many persons who favored suchan the fighting forces, regulars, guardsmen -
+ first three bales of Georgia cot- + any wise run counter to their verdictat ordinance voted at the July election or selective draft troops. It is

+ ton crop were auctioned off at the + the, ballot box. agains timpounding with the expectation Cost of Storm Sewer on 8th. understood, however, that wherever a
+ New York Cotton Exchange to- + Ninetv Per Cent of Whole Army The amendment was lost, Jones vot- that the council in repealing the National Guard brigade from any

+ day for seven hundred dollars, + ing for and Bryan and White voting i i original ordinance would enact a new Street To Be Reported On. state is retained in its present form,

+ or nearly 50 cents per pound. + in Camp bv October. against it.Mr. one providing for clearing the streetsof its present commander will be contin-
+ The turned over to + then offered amend
money was Jones an ued in command.
cattle at night.
The city council met in regular session -
+ the Red Cross. + 15'-The ment permitting horses and mules to
WASHINGTON, Aug. entire Alderman Matthews suggested that with all members present August 1
+ + first increment of the new national run at large during the same hours members of the council had no way of MEN CANNOT ENLIST AFTER BEING -
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + army win be in training early i in I named in the ordinance. This also knowing that this was the state of 7th.Minutes of last meeting were read CALLED BY BOARD.

------ General Crow- defeated.Mr. -
October, according to was public opinion and that the postpone- -
and approved.
FIRE WEDNESDAY MORNING. district Jones then moved that the further I
in each
cent
der. Thirty per ment of further consideration would
Changes in assessments were allowed TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 13.-Major
will go into camp September 5th, thirty consideration of the ordinance be give citizens the opportunity to file a as follows: Edward A. Anderson, in charge of the

Wednesday morning the alarm for per cent September 15th, and thir- postponed until the regular meeting in petition asking for a modified ordi- Mrs. S. J. Sternburg, personal, from selective draft in Florida, received the

fire sounded, and a blaze was discovered ty per cent September 30th, the re- October. This motion was lost, but nance, if they want it. $500 to $50. following dispatch from Provost Mar-

toward the depot. It was the maining ten per cent to go into train- was afterward reconsidered and Following this discussion Mr. White T. J. Griffin, real estate, from $1600to shal General Crowder today: '

cottage owned by D. W. Alvarez, cor- ing as soon thereafter as possible.In agreed to. moved that the vote by which the mo- $1500.W. Major Edward Anderson, Tallahassee,
ner Front and Palmetto streets, that farming communities the local In speaking of his motion to postpone tion to postpone action had been lost L. Wall, residence on Cherry st., Fla.:

was burning. The firemen, as usual, boards will arrange the lists to fillihe consideration Mr. Jones said the I be reconsidered. This was agreed to, from $1000 to $800. An erroneous instruction has been

lost no time getting to the place of action first increment with crop conditions in people had had the question of impounding : and the motion to postpone further W. L. Wall, ice plant, from $6,000to sent by the navy department to naval
but the flames had made such inroads mind, it is ordered. cattle submitted to them afid consideration until the October meet- $3,000. recruiting stations to the effect that

that they could not save the Drafted men engaged in harvestingare that their verdict had been overwhelm- I ing was then carried by unanimousvote. N. Sternberg, personal, from $2400to persons could voluntarily enlist in the
building, which burned to the ground. to be passed over to the second or ingly against it. No question of im- $1800.F. navy after having been called by a

The first to discover the fire was third district quotas if it is necessary pounding for part of the time had been The matter is now up to the citizensof F. Stump, personal, from $3,000to local board. The attention of the navy
Mrs. J. T. Wills, Sr., and knowledgeof to do this, in order to complete the submitted, and that he did not believe the town. If they want a modified $2,700. department has been called to this

the occurrence was immediately harvesting of the crops. the council should enact an ordinanceof impounding ordinance enacted they Sam Rosenberg, Personal, from error, and it is being rectified by tele-
communicated by telephone. No one The order issued means that about this kind without some expressionon can let the council know that they $1,000 to $1,500.E. grams today. Please inform all local

wz-s living in the building at the time twelve thousand men will reach each the subject from the citizens of the want it, and if it appears by petition S. Matthews, real, from $3,000 ; boards that after a person has been
so that the origin of the fire is a mys- of the sixteen cantonments about Sep- town. He said that if the citizens wantan that such is the wish of the majority to $2,500. called by the board he cannot volun-

tery. The fire had started on the in- tember 5th. They are first to be ex- impounding ordinance covering the such an ordinance ,will no doubt be E. S. Matthews, personal, from $3- tarily enlist in the military or naval

side and spread with great rapidity. amined for physical defects by army night hours they should advise the passed. 500 to $4,000. services, and that such voluntarily en-
There was some insurance on the doctors and presumably the first increment council of their wishes, and suggestedthat will him from the
instructed
Remember, the issue of the Telegraph The street committee was listment not protect
building but Mr. Alvarez that it1ri11 will be organized into skele- the postponement would give ; '
aver penalty of the law for failure to report -
of 7th will to every -
hardly the loss of the fine ton companies, battalions or regiments time for the filing of a petition ask- September go
cover I voter in the county. (Continued on Page 4.) to the local board.
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L BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1917.
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Mulliner, Secretary British War Rel- BUTCHERIES OF ARMENIANSBY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS following results: Trustees, W. V.

ief, New York. TURKS TOLD IN TAMPABy SCHOOL BOARD Harrell, W. II. Harrell and J. V./Edwards -

This is the description: Take six Epitome of Their Transactions at the ; three mills were voted.

strips of unbleached muslin or other Armenian Who Escaped From the August Meeting. On motion the superintendent was -

heavy'material thirty inches long, and Turks by Jumping into River. HAD BUSY TIME authorized to have the sum of usa

four inches wide. For a space of five transferred from Raiford interest and

inches, at the center, overlap each on The board of county commissionerswas sinking fund to Raiford special

the other two inches. Make two.rows TAMPA, Aug. 15.-Horrible tor- called to order Monday, August 6, 5TH. district fund. tax .

of stitching the six bandages tures endured by the Armenians, at 10 o'clock a. m., by Chairman S. T. ON AUGUST
across In accordance with laws
Christians, at the hands of the Moslem Dowling with all members present, to- regulating
holding them together, the rows being of the
the
Turks when the latter overran Ar- wit: J. J. Blackwelder, R. J. Andrews, keeping records in the educational
five i ili:hes apart, and the width of the .. department of the
where it is menia and Persia early in 1915, are recited H. D. May and J. L. Underhill. Bradford

RED CROSS PLEDGE bandage stitched. twelve The six inches ends, on each side graphically-if a bit incoherentlyby Minutes of last meeting read and RETURNS FROM ELECTIONS with county law schools since ,elimination in order of to comply

D. A. Racho who is here approved. treasur.
waiting
CANVASSED BY THE BOARD
will be loose.
This is the oath which members of is to while his friend, David Abraham Am- Bond of J. 0. Jacobs for notary pub- er, the board, upon motion, employed
the
of slip
The bandage
take. It is repeated use lic C. A. Knight, to aid board in keeping
the Red Cross Society under shattered or leg, which archo, clears up the tangle resulting approved.The
a arm the records thus
in the workrooms of the society need only to be raised once to let the from his failure to register June 8. following named persons were SUPERINTENDENT ALLOWED AN enabling the superin
tendent to look after schools
and is good one to remember enroute to Cuba and Amar- placed the roll in rural
every day, a bandage go beneath. After the dress- They are upon pauper : ASSISTANT FOR RELIEF IN districts and increase
; : the loose ends are cho, who ii twenty-six years old, has placed upon the pauper roll: J. I. Man- attendance thus
ings placed,
are
"I pledge allegiance to my flag, and the leg and pin- not registered. He came to this coun- ning $2.50 per month; A. W. Middleton OFFICE WORK. increasing the school fund received
brought over arm or
to the Republic for which it stands. ned into place. In the usual methoda try in May, 1917, and declares he $2 per month and D. W. Black'schildren from the state one mill tax, which is
the attendance of
based
the
One nation, indivisible, with Liberty rolled bandage is used, which necessitates knew nothing of being required to $3 per month. on schools.

and Justice for all" lifting the limb many times :register.: i As he.speaks. .no English. officials Upon motion and second the clerk School board met in regular monthly The following bills were approvedand

while dressing, which causes much here are inclined to believe this was instructed to transfer the follow- session August 6th, with ordered paid:

trouble is ing items in the Road and T. B. Pinholster J. C. McRae Iessrs'l Steve Lewis teaching --- -_ so.oo
and anticipated registering -
,
00000 J > OJ OJJ0000 suffering, especially in shell wounds, no Bridge P. M. McLeod! do __n______________ u.
which damage the limb so terribly.I him, granting him permission to Fund: E. Douglass present. \vnrsVilk rson do _____nn________ %1.5
0 RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. 0 leave, he being an alien. They expectto Paid county commissioners for road Minutes of last meeting read and A. L. Taylor! do ____nn__________- 3L69
who has
am sure that every one C. C. Staff do -___.____n_______jB. ..___ 15.O4
0 leave Sunday. inspection to feeding and care of con- approved.
made surgical dressings will appreciate M. Dnwlintr commission refund _
dozen of his victs $25.90.Tools of committee consolidation ____ _______ -? Uo
000000450000000000N what this dressing means and that Racho bears scars on Report on B. D. Adams do n ____ SQ.OO

the overlapping strips are different body which he says were made by con- machinery, cost and repair to, in Heilbronn special tax districtwas Mrs.Bradford B. D.Co.Adams Telegraph do ___pub_n.budget_.---__-_ S5.04

from the other arm stump or splint tinued prodding with a red hot iron feeding and care of convicts, $33.20. accepted and matter taken under J. C. McRae bd service ___n________ Uu U'
made the various com- in an endeavor to force him to forsakethe Paid for free labor, other than advisement. Bradford Co. Telegraph printing blanki! HJj
bandages by
faith. These guards to and decided to take of over- Mr T. E. Waldrup demonstration agt SlUt
mittees. Christian scars are feeding care of con- Board care F. R. Poppdl salary _nun____ KSH
We have decided to list this so thick on his arm as to make it impossible victs, $82.51.Pay flow in all schools by giving special T. B. I'inholster board services _____ 7."
new
I to touch his arm without of. convict guards to feedingand aid. J. E. Douglass do ?___-___n_______- g'jj
It bandage as the "Arm or Leg Many- Bessie Mcftrudrr teaching ____ _____ 511.
h "
t Tailed Bandage." touching a scar.According care of convicts, $86.37. Upon motion it was carried that .\. L. Taylor do _----_________--____. ijr
to Racho he was a mem- Live stock, cost, care and feedingto Pine Hill should have an assistant Lillie Cro!'bv do _--.n____________.? Jsoo
G. S. )MULLINER __ ______ __ __
C. L. Scaff do
UNION.By ber of family of twenty-one feeding and care of convicts $8.47. teacher, the special tax district to pay ---- -- -- -- jjw
Secretary British War Relief Associa- a persons F. R. I'oppell incidentals ________-_. jgj
tion New York City N. Y. and resided at Ormis, "fifteen days Contingencies to feeding and care of for three months and the county to Bradford County Bank interest -..___ S;;0
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Roland Anderson teaching _
how far it convicts 41)04
walk" he said when asked $1.75. for
Virginia Frazer Boyle.) The above as special work has been pay one. J. C. McRae board service ____n___ (04
sent out by Mrs. Ella Hoover Thatcher was from Teheran, and pointing to an Live stock, cost, care and feeding On motion the petition to move Ran- C. A. Knight clerical aid ____n_______ *5 (The poem that follows has, in addi- of the automobile passing the house, he con- to cost of material, $44.11. dolph school was denied. 'I J. E. Douglass board service __h__.___ 10114
National Supply Departmentof 1
tion to its literary merit, real histori- Soldiers and Sailors of the Woman's tinued in his broken English, "We I Board adjourned until first Monday Proposition of trustees at Vander- J. V. Edwards Spr'ial holding Tai election DintricU.ID._____ (..'\8

cal importance. Written by the fore- Union and don't have anything like there! only in September, 1917. bilt to purchase eighteen patent seats Lake Butler Rank inst on scrip 1731 23 M
most living poet of the South, the poet Christian Temperance I of cost MI"!. Susie Saxon do _______n___ 457
and the board 50 cent
W. T. WEEKS
walking. pay per
Confederate at the meeting of the local W. C. T. U. I J. W. Morgan incidentals! 16 -----____ igj
laureate of the United Tuesday of last week it was decidedto It was May, 1915, when Racho says Clerk. of same was refused. Telegraph Printing: 11 _____?______-__ !.$*
Veterans' Association, it was read in Ormis by the Turks, who Upon motion school board borrowed Steve Lewis teaching 28 ---________ lUll
Gen. George P. Har- make 100 of the bandages and send was captured I I A. S. Feaule do 21 _________n_____ 51)04
Washington by them direct to England.The put more than 3,000 people to death. 00000000Om0000 money to pay for the teaching of P. W. McLcod do 3i ,_____--____--___ 1..M
rison, Commander of the United Con- inclined He says about 800, including his friend ; 0 0 school No. 29. D. M. .McNetton Co. library 12 -____ Hy>
Veterans during his annual privilege is open to any One C. C. Scaff teaching 12 ____ 20.04G.
federate this -------
Amarcho, escaped to the mountains, <> Upon motion scholarship from
also to help. TRAIN SCHEDULE. aJoress to that society. It was where they lived for two months on county to University of Florida was Tomlinson Maines D. Co.. inc. 2<>.__. 11M
read at meeting of the Sons of Con- i E. E. Gurney teaching 16 __ 55.MEa
a %
and with- Lowell ----
meat to Hodges.
Veterans. It is destined to be FINANCING THE WAR. grass and goat sheep New time table went into effect 0 granted Epperson do ___________u ____ J*.<)
,. federate out salt. He says about 200 died dur- 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917, 0 Returns of the special tax district Quiclev Lumber & Supply Co. materials 7.34
read at many other patriotic meet- ing that time. run as follows: 0 L __________ U h
ings in the South and to find a placein The United States is financing itself With other members of his family, 0 9 Roland Wilkerson Anderson do uo 26 zu ____._ lU.UQAKES
42.75
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all anthologies of poems associatedwith in this war by loans and taxes. It obtains Racho was captured and all except him > Jacksonville to Tampa. 0 Bradford Co Bank borrowed money :29 88.J]

our nation's history.) .funds from the. people, some by self put to death after enduring the 0 No. 3----____________10:55 a. m. 0 J.A. :M.G. Powell Groover printing teaching 29 29-_-_-t--_________ 44.007.S1 8.50

I of the taxation and some by the sale of bonds most tortures failure to 0 I ______________-____
I I Out of the mists and the storms frightful upon No. 1-----__________11:14 p. m. A. 1. Taylor do 26
I <. years, and then.it goes into the markets and bow down to Mohammed. Four of his 0 No. 15 "Floridian"____2:37 p. m. Bessie McG ruder do 26 ---____________ 10W

Out of the glory of triumph and tears, buys from the people what it needs. brothers, their wives, his father and 0 9 E. R. POPPELL,

,. Out of the ashes of hope and of fears, The people supply the governmentwith mother, his wife and two children and 0 Jacksonville to Cedar Key. 9 Secretary.

The Old South still leads on. money and the government with nine cousins were slaughtered after 0 No. 21_________...,- 4:30 p. m. <*>
i this money buys from the people whatit being burned with hot irons. The 0 9

She is bringing today what her hands needs for the war. Turks cut their throats. 0 Tampa to Jacksonville.

have wrought, There are three sources from which I According to Racho they had him v No. 4._. 3:36: p. m. III II Ask Your Grocer0r

What her mother's heart at her knee the United States can draw the sinewsof bound and when he refused to turn No. 2. 4:51 a. m. 0I

has taught- war. First is the fixed property of Mohammedan they prodded him witha c$> No. 16 "Floridian" 5:54 p. m. i ur
the nation. This represents our farms, C 8> 01 I iii I dlnI1f11N nil
Her treasure of time that her blood hot iron. They kept this up and for

has boughtTo factories, mines, railways and all other variety one of them slashed him across C 8> Cedar Key to Jacksonville. OI 1

! lay at the nation's feet. property including accumulated the body with a scimeter. For sixty ,S> No. 20. 9:18 a. m. RED lOiS CHEEKMEALSCOFFEES

I savings. From the corpus or body of hours he endured this torture beforehe I$> <$>

Not the tattered things which she none of these, except the accumulated got an opportunity to escape. lie $ Starke and Wan*ee.c <*

waves today- savings, will the government obtain slipped away in the darkness and by $> (Daily Except Sunday) <8>
I. laid war funds, and even from the accum- No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. ?> CHILL IFEYE9I
Not the Stars and Bars she has swimming the river Zawa escaped to
away, I ulated savings it will draw a relatively the mountains.In 9 No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. >
$
Nor the bended forms in their coats of small portion. These accumulated the mountains he joined the 800 T. J. GRIFFIN, *
savings are invested in industries and
gray- who had escaped when the town was Agent. <* ; Best By Every Test
business which are to thecountry's
Her wondrous to the necessary
pledge first sacked and roamed with them for 6 0000000Fi00000
welfare and prosperity andit I I fOm'CHILLS AND FIVE
past; two months before the Russians
came 000 DUMB AOUE.BILIOUS FIVE
is only that portion of these savings
INTERMITTENT VIA AND
and drove the Turks back.
which are seeking investment that the ALL MALARIAL DISIAIC .
j But the spirit that stirs through the Racho says that when the Turks MEDICINE VS. FOOD. AND LA tfRIPM.
government will receive in exchangefor
| dust of the grave, bonds. captured Ormia they forced scores of Do not buy something which you DIRECTIONS' I[ COFFINS CASKETSAnd

", Wherever the flags of the Union wave; The_. second and the great source from I men, women and children into one of you feed your horses, cattle and the 1 W"TlRntERYTHRUHOURS TWO TEASPOONFULS IN il I a full line of 1 1Undertakers'

The valor the God of her heroes gave the houses and set fire to it, sheep, but when you want medicine, I UNTIL IT ACTS WELL. THENTHREETIMESA 4
which the government is to derive its OAT "
To freedom and liberty. war fund is the wealth produced by lIe paints graphic pictures of other buy only medicine. This is what you CMUDIIIN IN 3IITIONTOA4I '<4 Supplies

scenes of torture, hideous to contem- already have. You have food which TRICE 25 CBNTSJACKSONVILLE. Automobile Hearse.
the war. Part of this it will obtain by I II
She comes with the cry that led her on taxation and part in exchange for plate. Only the good looking young get in B. A. Thomas' Stock Remedy.We i iM1NUI.CYpf.S Always on hand. The best service -

When freedom and liberty first were bonds. The annual production of the girls, he claims, were exempt from sell it and guarantee it to be med- .: l ; ,; : at the lowest prices. Special
born- torture. These taken icine. We tell that it will tone
were captiveand you
United States, from its farms, mines, up attention to telegraph orders.
And the name of her peerless Washington factories and other sources, amountsto carried away to be sold into ha- the entire system of your stock and I FLA, iit

rems. Other women, or those of the aids digestion, thereby causing themto ,
The rugged strength of her of fifty this fifty billion billion dollars dollars a year will and come out younger set less fortunate than oth- get all of the food value out of the I @1.m. '" Registered Embalmer

days. ers in looks, men, children and even grain that feed them. Sold by ,
you end
the funds, part from taxes and part Buy it at drugcjisi's i DeWITT C. JONES
babies commanded when D. C. Jones Starke
no mercy July 6 13 20 27.
from the sale of bonds, with which the i stores or postpaid; :
She has kept unmixed, through her once they fell into the hands of the sene- i\ Starke, Fla.N. .
l United States will finance itself during from the: ms-n; fwctur4r .
years of pain, this war. Moslems. Trespass cards for sale at this office. -

America's blood in its purest vein; With the coming of the Russians, ,
By taxation this generation will
As she gave to the past, she gives pay those in the mountains returned to
its of the of the -
cost -
l portion war. By - -- - - - -
I again. their desolate lands or worked their
the sale of bonds the next -
generationis -- - - -
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For the glory of her land. way across Russia and then across the i
called upon to pay its portion, and
i to this Racho reached
ocean
country. -
this last portion will be paid from T. RITCH Pre W. T. J. H. RITCH Cashier I
With a patriot's faith in the days to be here soon after the relief and has WeekstVice-Pres. ,
the wealth production after the war.
t I She is pressing the seal of destiny been in the States nearly two years.
By this method the capital of the
I (' With the fame of her Jackson and her Armacho came only two months ago.
country its sources of income and
) i Lee They have worked in New York and
wealth, are unimpaired. It is only the
t The heritage of her sons. other cities at restaurants and wher- Bradford Bank
yearly increment of this property thatis ever they could. : County

I called_ upon to bear.a portion of the
f J, And she sees in her ruddy boy today, cost of the war. Thus- despite the They reached Tampa, enroute to

, mf In his khaki coat her lad in gray, waste of war and the destruction of Cuba, Thursday night and applied to I
I And back of the drums her heartstrings the customs collector's office to have
property involved the country may Bradford County's Financial Stronghold.
their vised. .
i play, passports
emerge from the conflict stronger financially .
I When the bugles shout and call.
more efficient and even
wealthier than before. What the gov- EVER SALIVATED BY II
I Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank
. But her mother-love is not dismayed- ernment receives it receives from the CALOMEL? HORRIBLE!

I .' She has laid her treasure unafraid people without impairing the source at close of business June 20th 1917. I
On the shrine where the sad eyed Lint -- 1
I f of wealth of the country, and passes it

.coin prayed back to the people in exchange for the Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts

]!i That the Union might not break productions of the country. It is in a Like Dynamite On RESOURCES LIABILITIES I ."
"
t way only a shifting of credits.

? How they troop, that host that can The government collects the current Your Liver. Loans and Discounts $155,747.45 Capital Stock paid in 25000.00 I
i never die!
taxes, and by means of bonds antici- t I '
A nation's heroes passing by- I Bradford County School Warrants 16,199.40 Surplus fund 10000.00
I pates taxes of the to come, and Calomel loses you a day! You know
The spirits that brook earth years Town of Starke Bonds 2,000,00 Undivided less 7,965.85 1
nor nor I'' all the money thus acquired passes what calomel is. It's mercury; quick- profits, expenses paid

! sky-For the deathless dead have back into the hands of the taxpayers.This silver. Calomel is dangerous. It I Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 Cashier's checks outstanding 1,158.92

1 heard: is why governments which follow crashes into sour bile like dynamite, I All other Real Estate owned 5861.50 Deposits 247,134.23 2.1
\ sound economic methods not only are I cramping and sickening you. Calomel

not impoverished by wars, but some- attacks the bones and should never be Over-drafts secured and unsecured 572.08 I

., II They are marching lance out with a shadowy times emerge the stronger as Englanddid put into your system. Cash on hand and in Banks 89,764.73 y t

(- 1' after the Napoleonic wars and the When you feel bilious, sluggish, con-
With the sons of sons to the fields of
Ii France United States did after our great Civil stipated and all knocked out and believe TOTAL $291,259.00 TOTAL $291,259.00 I
;
War. need dose of
And they stand at the guns while the you' a .. dangerous.
calomel just remember that your drug-

!1\ bullets Where glance England, fights to win. FIRED OX GUARDS. gist sells for 50 cents a large bottleof Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transactionof t

r Dodson's Liver Tone which is
en- business is offered by Absolute safety perfect convenience I
Oh! hallowed earth of the brave and tirely vegetable and pleasant to take us. ,

the free- PETROGRAD, Aug. 11.-Portions and is a perfect substitute for calomel.It .
service all afforded by this Bank. J
Oh! pledges of life and liberty of the new Ukraine regiment passing is guaranteed to start your liver prompt are you

They are keeping the tryst on the land :I through Kiev on train fired on the without stirring you up inside, and Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of our 1
and the Cuirassiers guarding the station. The can not salivate.
sea,
Of a nation forever one! fire was returned. Several were killed Don't take calomel! It makes you best attention at all times.Bradford :

or wounded in the battle. When the sick the next day; it loses you a day's

DIRECTIONS FOR A NEW train reached Novgrad, a Volynsk reg- work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens -

E SURGICAL BANDAGE iment of Cuirassiers was sent againstthe you right up and you feel great.
train. Another battle ensued. The Give it to the children because it i

Ukrainains surrendered when the it perfectly harmless and does not County Bank

, I From the experience gained by operation Cuirassiers brought forward machine gripe. (10-4%) .1))j

on many thousand wounded guns. Fourteen dead were returnedto

I soldiers in England, an American surgeon Kiev. wounded.
Fifty were
I I returned recently, has asked for Whenever You Need a General Toni

I a new bandage and at his request the Take Grove's Bradford County's Financial Stronghold. .J!

British War Relief Association has Why Bank Officials Get Gray. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless f!

I created it, and asks for as many women "By the way, Mrs. Small, that check chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the Starke Florida. Ji Jit'
I in America as possible to make you deposited the other day came back well known tonic properties QUININE ,
marked 'Xo funds.'' "Ob, thanks! I
I these bandages and send them to Eng- and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives :
land direct or to the British War Re- won't deport it this time. I'll cash it out Malaria, Enriches the mood and ;,:

lief Association for shipment. G. S. instead.:'-Life. Builds up the Whole System SO cpts x


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\ ruinAY.. AUGUST 17. 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE

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IE I tions will be pushed with the utmost NEGRO PROBLEM IN ARMY "My condition became so bad, my f

I speed and vigor.JACKSONVILLE.With. HAS NO MORE husband took me to Hot Springs, Ark., .
i News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. !
I ._ 1i 1\ Colored Troops Hate Been Called to where I remained for a month. I
i ..0.- =- *70 I II' the rapid Colors For Sen ice. had to use crutches all the time. The

r"r V':1: growth of the shipbuilding industry in NEED FOR HERCRUTCHESNOW treatment helped me for a while, andI

I' Live State News Jacksonville, a small army of men WASHINGTON, Aug. 15.-Five returned home. I soon relapsed into -

I'L LJ i have been given employment, many of thousand National Guardsmen my old condition, and then I was
whom heretofore worked negro taken to a specialist in Atlanta."I .
at odd
-'- jobs have been
called to the Federal service %
i' Told by Our Exchanges. III and earning only a small stipend by and within a few weeks thousands of had fallen off from one hundred
I I I their labor. It is estimated that the negroes will be drafted, indicating the and twenty pounds until I only weighed -

l seven shipbuilding plants now in op- I eighty-nine pounds-just a shadowof
war department must provide someplace I

QUINCY.-The ladies of this city preparatory to rebuilding the mill. eration the city and, more in course than of 2,500 organizationin men are white to soldiers train the colored troops. The P. G. Hooks Spent $2,000 In "The my former specialist self.prescribed a course

have undertaken to raise a fund of one working at high speed in order to fur- mingle in the National and negroes cannot That Trying to Restore His Wife's of treatment, but before using the
thousand dollars with which to pur- MIAMI.-Fined $24 and costs in the nish vessels for the new United States Army. medicine I decided to give Tanlac a
chase equipment for the science de- city court Friday morning, Francesco merchant marine, and drawing weekly much has officials.been decided by war de- Health-Gains Sixteen Lbs. trial. I did this because of what I
partment
partment of the Quincy high school. Diaz who says that he is a Porto Ri- salaries totalling over $35,000, whichis For sending them to Present cantonments plans with call on Tanlac. had read of Mr. Cooper's new medi-

can, again joins the prisoners in the being distributed in the various white soldiers but the would cine and because my husband had
TALLAHASSEE. Catts has city jail for the second time in the channels of business. The men em- be kept in negroes I heard so many railroad men recom-
succeeded in securing a pardon for his sjface of a month, when it was proven ployed in the construction of ships separate barracks.separate companies and I I Another wonderful endorsement for \ mend it."That.

brother-in-law, Blake Campbell who that he was extremely disorderly at does not include those working in the The big problem is winter Tanlac that will be read with inter ) was the best resolution of my

has been in the, federal penitentiary the time the officer interfered. This packing houses, saw mills, lumber the negroes, who, it is feared quartersfor I I est by thousands of frail suffering life. I am now on my fourth bottle

i at Atlanta for the past two and a half defendant, according to officials, be- mills, fertilizer factories or other industrial not be' sent South because of recent may women throughout the South was given I and feel better than at any time since

j years. comes obsessed with the idea when he plants in the city, whose race troubles. At the present time I recently by Mrs. Elizabeth Hooks, I[ became ill. I can now eat anything

t, gets to a certain stage of intoxicationthat weekly pay rolls would surprise the there is a training for colored of Rome, Ga. Mrs. Hooks is the wife I want, and my food agrees with me

I il ST. CLOUD-Fire, believed to be of he should punish himself, and average layman, and would show that officers in Des Moines camp, Iowa where a of P. C. Hooks, a well known Southern -besides everything I eat tastes good
has been known to smash beer bottles Jacksonville is fast Railway engineer. Mrs. Hooks I
' becoming an industrial and enjoy my meals."I .
the business -
incendiary origin destroyed separate cantonment for negroes i
4 may
his head. made the remarkable that
over own This peculiar diversion center. statement
5 houses on both sides of Pennsylvania be established. have set my crutches aside and
was said to have been indulged I I she had received more benefit from
avenue for the distance of a full actually, feel so much better I told
in at the time of his arrest. I I four bottles of Tanlac than from medical -
, block in this city a few days ago, LAKELANU.-Une of the worst JACKSONVILLE NEGRO ONLY treatment that had cost her husband my husband a few days ago I believed
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causing a loss of approximately $100, fires Lakeland has had in a long time SURVIVOR OF TORPEDOED SHIP $2,000 which he had paid out in I would turn off the cook, but he insisted -
,
with small amount of insurance BRADENTOWN. Probably the that I wait while."I .
000 only a and the hardest one to fight the pres- the a
two in effort
past to
restore -
years an
on the stocks of goods burned most elaborate celebration every stag- ent department has ever been up her health. now weigh one hundred and five

ed in this city was given in the honorof against, broke out in the plant of the Sub. Captain Took Survivors on Deck pounds, which is a gain of sixteen
the local company here Wednesday Lakeland Citrus Juice Company Sat- of U-Boat, and Then Dived. "For about two years, said Mrs. pounds, and am improving right along
night before they left for the Hooks, "I have been in very bad health
MIAMI.-In accordance with regu- training urday morning at 1:40. When the fire every day. Before taking Tanlac I
lations issued by President Wilson and camp. Over 1,000 people gathered in was discovered the interior of the and have suffered from stomach trou- was so weak and frail i was greatly

the secretary of war, Deputy United the City Park and participated in the building was a roaring mass of flame, LIVERPOOL, Eng., Aug. 15.-William ble form, extreme nervousness and a bad discouraged and could not persuade

States Marshal E. R. Lowe expects to celebration. The program was patri- and it was impossible for the depart- Snell, a negro of Jacksonville, of rheumatism. For more than myself to believe that I would ever be

begin a thorough campaign against otic throughout, the first number being ment to save the building or any of its Fla., the only American survivor of seven months I was confined to my able to enjoy another well day. But t ;

bawdy houses in and near Miami. The a drill by the Boy Scouts, followedby contents. Only a few feet away was the British steamship Belgin Prince, bed and was almost a nervous and I don't feel like that now. I am not

regulations make it a violation of the a drill of the Home Guards. Then the building of the Lakeland Com- which was sunk July 31 by a German physical wreck. My digestion was so nervous like I was, and I can see and

law for the setting up or maintainingof came the event of the evening. Followed pany, filled from top to bottom with submarine with the loss of 38 lives, poor I had to diet myself and rarelyate feel a great improvement. I sleep t

houses of ill fame within a half by the company, the local com- crate material, orange packing paper, last Thursday gave details of his experience anything but soft boiled eggs and better and my strength is returning
pany marched and thousands of cheers milk and things of that kind, and even "
fine to the Associated
mile radius of all military machinery and 8,000 orange Press. He rapidly.
camps. the lightest of foods would nauseateme
arose from the I
spectators. crates, besides other material, and said: Tanlac is sold by leading druggistsof
soon the fire was communicated thereto "A torpedo hit the engine room. A and lay heavily on my stomach. leading cities in the South; by D.

MIAMI-Joseph LaVougn and wife through the thin glass windows and submarine then quickly came to the "Any sudden noise would affect my C. Cason in Starke by Tomlinson-
colored people at Cocoanut Grove, had i VERO.-Extensive road and street another roaring fire had started. The surface about 200 yards to starboard nerves, and my husband had to quit Maines Drug Company; in Lake Butler -

their sixth pair of twins born to them the improvements are being carried on by damage to the Lakeland Company will and fired at our wireless. setting the alarm clock and the door ; by the Hampton Pharmacy in

P about two weeks ago. They were already both Indian River Farms Company, amount to about $15,000 with $9,200 "We left the Belgian Prince in three to my room had to be kept closed so Hampton; by the Cash Drug Store in
the of four chil- in Vero and on the farms. The boats I could not hear the
proud parents insurance. and had got 50 yards from the ringing of the Lawtey; by the Weaver Drug Company
dren born that hard surfacing of Osceola boulevardone when telephone. I have had rheumatism i in
singly, so they now ship the submarine came along I in Raiford; by R. T. Taylor in
have family circle of eighteen father mile westward from the range line side left hip and shoulders badI
a ; and asked for our captain, who my my so Worthington and
by C. A. Smith in
mother and nine girls and seven canal is now going on and a large __GREEN COVE-Sigvart Rasmussen was taken aboard and inside the U- could cardly bear anything to touchme. Sampson
boys. How's this for a Roosevelt fam- gang is at work building a road on of Norway, has purchased 7,000 boat. City.Advertisement.DUVAL .

ily? The breadwinner is a farmer. the spoil bank of lateral B. south from acres of the finest lands on the famous "We were then ordered to the deck
the Oslo road. This is a continuationof Fleming's island, through Ernest L. of the submarine, where we were told + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

King's Highway. In Vero the grad- Hill Realty Company of this city, from I by the commander to remove our life + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + HOTEL 4

HOSFORD.-Liberty county in a ing and surfacing of a number of the Charles A. Brown, Jr., also of this belts and lie the deck. This did + + + JACKSONVILLE 4
on
we
wet and dry election voted dry six to streets is going forward rapidly. Seminole city. James Schaeffer of Cleveland, and the captain went into the boats + NOTICE TO CONTRIBUTORS. + + Opposite postoffice, hot and cold +

one. Liberty was one of the two coun avenue has been finished already has also purchased through the same threw the oars into the sea and had t + + water, elevator, telephones; rates 4 i

ties which had never had an electionon from First street to the railroad. company from the same owner 750 his men remove the provisions. After + Persons who have anything + + rooms without bath, $1 : two per- + 1

the whiskey question and was ad- acres also in Fleming's island, while that the plugs were taken out of holesin + they wish to appear in the Tele- + + sons, same room, $1.50; with bath +

judged legally wet by a recent decisionof I K. L. Canova, of Elkton, near Palat- the boats, which were then cast + graph, are requested to bring it + + $1.50; two persons same room, $2 +
the courts. The people declare most PALM BEACH.-The merchant and ka, has bought 100 acres in Fleming's adrift. + to this office not later than 8 a. + + W. S. JONES, Mgr. +

positively that it is now legally dry. A business men of the city are feeling island through and from, the same par- "The submarine went to the north- + m., Thursdays, but earlier is pre- f, + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

strong factor in the victory was Rev. jubilant over the action of the county ties for raising Irish potatoes, after east for 12 miles, the commander tak- + ferred. The Telegraph force +

H. S. Howard, of the Anti-Saloon lea commissioners Wednesday when they having sold his potato farm at Elktonin ing the life belts to the top of the con- + takes a holiday Thursday afternoon +

gue. awarded the contract for the construc- the tried and proved Hastings po- ning tower and throwing them over- i + as other workers in Starke, + : ii

tion of the first unit of the highway tato belt. These three sales aggre- board. I hid mine under a raincoatand + and the paper goes to press in +,
across the Everglades. This unit will gate + the + R. Davis
forenoon.
considerably $100,000
over so rumor J.
LIVE OAK-At their meeting Tues consist of the as the submarine began to sub- :
extension of the Okee- says, although no affirmation + + i
day the county commissioners decidedto merge, I tied it around neck and
my
chobee road from its present terminus could be had from the former owner or + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
do with the services of the jumped into the sea.
away four miles of this &
west city, to the agent. Capt. Rasmussen, the purchaser Company.
"The
of the
county demonstration agent. This ac rest crew stayed on
big bend in the canal.
The contract
of the
7,000 acre tract, is already a t I
tion, we understand, was taken, not deck until they were swept off by the
has
already been let for the second work
clearing, has five miles of fencing
for any objection to Mr. Caswell, but unit which I sea as the boat dived. It was a ter- What is LAX-FOS
will consist of digging is '
a with
in to verbal up, plowing a great tractor rible sight. One by one they threw I I I INSURANCE
response petitions pro cross canal between the West Palm that is the astonishment of those LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA _
testing against the expense requiredto up their hands and went down, or
Beach Laxative
canal and the Hillsborough canal who never saw such a monster at A Digestive Liquid Catharticand
maintain the agency in the county. and the grading for a road bed. work, and he has shipped over 400 fighting to keep up, they splashed water Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark,
"
I II and disappeared. Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black
-
head of fine cattle
and has 175 .
I more Root Root Senna and Starke Florida
,May Apple Leaves |
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LAKE CITY.-While I
in due ,
arrive
sitting a to this week.
three MOOREHAVEN.. Geo. Hor- Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell Pepsin. Combines strength with pals
story window of the Columbia witz, society woman and civic worker everybody. Advertise. table aromatic taste. Does not gripe. 50c I I
College here late Monday afternoon
in Philadelphia and farmer on a GOVERNOR SAYS HIS SOX WAS -- 'iI
talking friends, Private Hal Tuten
,
of large scale in the Florida Everglades, NOT DRIVEN FROM LAKE CITY
Company C, fell, breaking his backin
has been elected mayor of this place.
two places. He was rushed to local
a -
Under the new city charter she must TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 11.-Cover-
hospital and it is said he is not
ex- sit as judge in the municipal court nor Catts has issued the following
pected to live. He is a son of H. :M.
and for the first time on record in the signed card for publication:
Tuten, of Jasper, who has been visit-
South a woman will judgmentand "It comes to ears that certain
pass my
ing friends in this city for a few days.
His father is here.GAINESVILLE.The. impose sentence on men. In her Tallahassee people are saying on the COTTONPICKERS WANTED
first case Mrs. Horwitz sent a soldier streets that my son, Rosier Catts, was
back to his company with an order virtually driven out of Lake City by

biggest deal that he pay damage amounting to $7 the boys of the military company of I
in city real estate to be recorded in owed to a restaurant keeper. The res- that town.

some time was recorded in the office taurent man was placed on parole and "The young man was not old enough

of the county clerk, showing the sale may be compelled to serve 60 days on to accept the command of that come \ .
by Major W. R. Thomas of his pala- the city streets if he disobeys th pany, as had been suggested to him,

tial residence, including several smaller mandates of the court. and did not even go to the place then, .-

houses and about thirty-five acres and was never there. Therefore sucha -
of land in the northern portion of the report is absolutely false. He went
city to Mrs. H. F. Dutton. The consid- KEY WEST.-Kilburn Roberts, 16 to the southern part of the state as

eration is said to have been $55,000. years old, shot and perhaps mortally the government directed, and is now

wounded his father, Elmar Roberts, there under government service. :i Last week the Bank of Starke offered its services to the lit
Monday afternoon result of I
as a an
LLOYD.-Nathan "Political lies against myself, as
Green, two negro Moseley farmhands and William of- attack made by the father on the son. governor, I expect; but no gentleman ti. farmers of the county in the matter of securing help to I
The father home
in intoxicated
this place, who were among the first condition came and had words an with his would circulate willful and maliciouslies harvest the cotton crop.
men drafted in their district deliberately against an innocent boy. I will
young daughter and began to swear, hold We of offerour services to who looking
mutilated themselves in order to any man personally responsiblefor j now persons are
the
when interfered which infuriated
son so
escape service. Borrowing a shotgunthe the father that he raised a a false accusation against my son, for work in the cotton fields. I
pair went to the woods and re- or any member of my family.Respectfully I

turned in a short time, Green with the chair pistol to and strike fired,his striking son, who the found man in a ,I.1. We have calls already for more than fifty hands, and we I

fingers of his right hand shot off and the abdomen. An operation was performed "S. J. CATTS, Sr." il are ready to supply work for this number of persons. I
Moseley with
his
below the elbow. right arm shot off condition., but The the man boy is is in held a critical in the RETAILERS BRANDED FOR II! Several of the farmers who have listed with us for
II
PRICE ON GLASS JARS
I
-- I I county, jail awaiting the result of t heRAISING I i Dickers want whole families, some want white help and IIIW /

has ALLAHASSEE.-Goyernor written a letter to Dr. R. A. Willisof Catts shooting. Agricultural Department Quotes the W: some want colored help. It is plain therefore, that- there IIII '

ignation Marianna, asking him for his res- OKEECHOBEE. election held Manufacturers to Prove Claim. & will be plenty of help for all, and the farmers seem to be .

as state prison physician. Dr. last to decide whether the -
Willis is employed in this capacity by new county Tuesday of Okeechobee, comprising WASHINGTON, Aug. 15.-Retail to willing to pay fair wages. The cotton fields generally are I

the board of state institutions, whichis portions of Osceola, St. Lucie and dealers who have raised the price of large and the yield promises to be heavy. This will give
composed of all the members of the I
Palm Beach counties, should be creat- glass fruit jars are denounced by the
cabinet and headed by the governoras ed carried by a practically unanimous : department of agriculture in a state- the pickers a chance to make money. All together there is I

chairman. Dr. Willis has not re vote. The law creating Okeechobee ; ment which declares the increase began -
for idleness and laborers should
why
signed. Dr. Willis hold-over no excuse no reason
was a county provides that its first officials with the government's emergency
senator in the last legislature. shall be appointed by the governor in campaign for preservation of food. Il not share in the general prosperity of the country. i

time: to take charge of its affairs the The department quotes from a con-
If want work call on or write the Bank of Starke at I
LEESBURG.-County Demonstration first Monday in September. Okeechobee ference with jar manufacturers, to II! you

Agent Gomme was called to Lake county takes off about thirty miles show there is no shortage, as follows: I once in order that we may get you placed early in the

Tracy Farms last week to investigate From the lower end of Osceola county, "We have not received enough orders I 5i

the death of ten valuable hogs belong- I leaving the county nearly fifty miles to take care of our daily capa- IiIII. season.

ing to Capt. Gautier, manager of the long north and south. city, and have even offered to sell job- III. 1.

farm. After a thorough examinationMr. bers jars on consignment, to be paid n

Gomme was convinced that the STATE NEWSST. for as sold.
hogs died of strychnine poison. Capt "We have sold to the jobbers their I
.
Gautier is at a loss to know who could torists AUGUSTINE.-Incoming from Jacksonville that mo- usual supply, what they usually pur- II. I Iij

have felt so viciously toward him as report chase in a year. They have sold to
to poison his stock. An investigationis Duval county's commissioners have at the merchants the usual supply, and .
last commenced the work of
pavingthe
until ij L-_
being made. they are not ordering any more -
famous stretch of four miles of
(they begin to sell and reduce the stock L.I S
sand on the Dixie Highway extending Ion hand. By the middle of Augustwe
IELBOURNE-The burning of the from the Welcome Arch at the St. should 1 1
begin to ship very freely
planing mill, one of the departments Johns county line to Bayard. At the for the fall
of the Union Cypress Company's large latter point brick paving begins that trader BANK Of

lumber manufacturing plant at Hop- leads to the junction with the road More Metamorphosis. STARKEi!
kins, occurred on the morning of June from Mandarin. The paving brick i is
Man used to have a hobby. Now if
9th. There was no insurance so tha being hauled to the scene of operations I I'I
he has a hobby, It Is a bug.
5 II
there was no delay in waiting for the and a large gang of county con
adjusters to view the remains. In- victs had begun the work of gradingand STARKE FLORIDA i
stead the officers got busy on the wire preparing the highway for the Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe 'I

and ordered new machinery of the latest laying of the paving brick. A camp Old Standard ceneral streogtbeoinff tonic, ,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drive col
approved pattern while workme has been established for the convictsand 5alana.enrfbe: *the Mood.Mid buildi op the IT*
are busy clearing away the debris, it is stated that the paving opera- t._.. A true Lul1i:. Fjr..4 uluaadchiutren.Oc : : -: -<: : :. ..:- "I t tiq.






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Ii BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. FRID.%' MARCH 17. 1117.

I rAGE FOUR ;,I

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It wherever it called him. There ought} UNJUST EXEMPTIONS. EMPTY CARS ORDERED SENT LIVESTOCK MEETING SATURDAY MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL (W. $

t ;: Bradford My Telegraph to be a preference shown the boy who -=- TO RAILROADS IN THE SOUTH : TUESDAY. 'i

has been in the-service and knows the of State Livestock Sanitary
. I _ _ _ County Judge Gardiner has receivedthe Member (Continued From Page
! manual of arms and all the other Branch of Railway War Board Takes Board Will Be Here. 1.) 'cj
Published Weekly and entered u sec. following:
,
I hooks and crooks of the military
game. to Facilitate Movements.
, : Steps 't
Tallahassee 6 1917.
Aug. ,
ond claaa matter at the post-office at The counter hopper and ribbon clerk -
(, Judge Geo. A. Gardiner, There is still an opportunity for to investigate cost of storm

! Starke. Florida. that was "to nice the a boy, National doncher Starke, Florida. WASHINGTON, Aug. 15.-To facil- Bradford county to start official tick Eighth street and report at sewer he on
know" to vulgar next
join
,, Dear Sir: itate the prompt movement of grain eradication work this year, in co-ope- regular meeting.

! :. E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner that Guard did, ought their to"bit be on put the under border"the boys and In accord with Section 27, page 54, and food products, as well as muni- ration with state and federal. govern- Upon motion it was ordered that

I H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor taughthe dignity of labor and the form 13, "Rules and Regulations," tions, the car service commission of ments. the chief of police and night marshal

I :: ins and outs of military service from (copy enclosed), you are hereby appointed the railway war board has ordered the The plan will be explained at the be allowed a ten days vacation in full
to represent the United Statesof immediate distribution of nearly 21- live stock meeting tomorrow after-

f 0. C. Moore, editor and publisher of of the ones who sentiments learned it! by This experience.Them's country. America in the matter of unjust exemptions 000 additional empty cars among the noon, August 18th, by Dr. H. A. Smithof pay.The mayor was instructed to issue

the Marianna Times-Courier, one our Lees and discharges-to recdve lines operating in the South, the Mid- Jacksonville, supervising inspectorfor his proclamation calling an election to.
knew Napoleons ,
,
the"Oldest and best of Florida weekly never many information from third persona regarding dle West and the Southwest.This the United States Bureau of Ani- be held September 11th, 1917.
Grants Caesars and Cromwells"guiltless -
died last Saturday. His family and makes total of than who includes Bradford
papers, exemptions discharges a more mal Industry, Inspectors of said election
of their country's blood" were were
will have the cordial sympathy of buried behind. the bars in the postof- granted by the local board, which may 100,000 empty cars ordered moved in county in his territory. He was pres- pointed as follows: T. N. Kendrick ap-

r the newspaper fraternity throughout fices banks and bargain counters until not be in the best interests of the na- the last two months from one rail- ent at the meeting last Monday ary3 J. L. Peek, F. P. Shaffer. ,

Florida. tion-and to appeal such cases to the road to another, regardless of owner- knows all the local conditions. Since Collections for July were
the draft began to get in its good reportedas
S federal district board. ship, to mobilize in various parts of then he has made some investigationswhich follows: '
The latest definition of a true pa- work. That brings to light another Yours truly the sufficient number convince him
to
country, a we can carry on
Cost and interest tax
good feature of the draft. It broughtout redemption certi-
triot, according to the government EDWARD ANDERSON. handle the abnormal government and the work under either of two different ficate ____
and -- ------------------- Ii
who eats for the benefit of the country
food experts, is a person and the Fines ---- ---- -- -- _
Officer of commercial traffic -------
: Agent 45.n
We would gladly the army a host of military talent Disbursing produced by war I plans. Taxes ________n________-. 1343.JJ
Erylish sparrows. United States in Florida. conditions. R. W. Storrs, a member of the Paxing assessments -----
have been of -------- -1178,27
and utilize that would never any
i: live up to this admonition have The section referred to follows: state live stock sanitary board, will The treasurer's report was filed as
the against the but would
:: span-uws as food, were it not that use enemy Sec. 27. Government Appeals. The KNOWS IT PAYS TO KILL TICKS.A also be present to help plan for the follows:
and
tell that it is frittered away in the dry goods
agricultural experts us provost marshal general acting work. He will give a short talk on General Fund t
t to kill birds, a? they keep barber shop business of the land.-Ar- July 1. to airt on hand
-
unpatriotic ----1292.01 .
through any person generally or spe- live stock development, dependent up- ;
representative of the Telegraphwas Reed for fines
The cadia Enterprise.Don't ---------------- 45.5
down insects injurious to crops. cially authorized may appeal from the on eradication of cattle fever ticks. I Tax redemptionsTotal ___-_--_ .,
----------- Li4
with .
almost exclusively be so hard on 'em, brother. talking P.1. Padgett, of
Starke live __ -t
of _
Taxes ___
sparrows decision of any local board to the dis- Every live stock owner, farmer and ------ -------------- 335.8% ,.
and bugs. The government called for materialto Lake Butler, a few days ago when the .
off worms trict board having jurisdiction in the business man in Bradford county is invited -
make officers out of. If the gov- conversation turned to the tick eradication ---------------------_167S.07 '
in which such local board is lo- to be ot the live stock By amt paid out ___.
area present ---------------- 337.05
Starke and Bradford county are always ernment by some secret process can work that is just now attract-I. .
cated. It shall be the of the
there with the goods. While make a lieutenant out of a "counter duty ing so much attention in Bradford meeting tomorrow afternoon at 2 July 31, to amt on hand --------- 71338.02 '
provost marshal general generally or o'clock and help to get the new asso- Interest Fund
other towns are pointing with hopper" in the same length of time it county. The newspaper man asked ..
some July 1. to amt on hand
authorize and direct -------- -4158. t
: specially to some ] ciation well organized, so we can make
pride to the fact that 50 per cent of takes to make a private out of an average j Mr. Padgett if he thought it paid to Recr for taxes ----------------_ W7.J24S95J4 J
for commissions I man, the former should not be person to take appeals from all decisions rid cattle of the ticks. "No, I don't Bradford county one of the best pro- t
their applicants army of lo al boards to the district ducers of live stock in the South. July 31, to amt on hand ------- {
passed the training camp test, the Telegraph blamed for wanting to become an offi- think so; I know it does," was the Road and Bridge Fund

? is pleased to break the news cer with the higher emolument the position boaids having jurisdiction in all asCs -. prompt reply. Mr. Padgett has at his July 1. to amt on hand ----_?.. -1289.SS .
where certificates of iH,:'ui'xe \vcrep.Mnt.Pcl Reed for taxes -,.-----------___ 201.50 ;
the 100 per cent of our came back brings. Some of the elite, probably -j farm at Lake Butler the second dip- WEST FLORID.OFFICIALS ARE -
issued because of chin -
What is more, 50 wanted to become'officers in or- and ; a ping vat installed in Bradford county. BUSY ROUNDING UP SLACKERS Total
with a sheep-skin. --------------------- -1490.K "
cent of our applicants reached the der to show their lady friends how f'led for discharge under the )IOVjs. The first one was installed by the stateat By amt paid out ---------------_ I US l'
per i )115 of sub-divisbn (b) of sect::0:, ::3Jo' : I 1
grade of captain. We believe that no they could "lord it" over the men, as the State Farm near Raiford. He To amt on hand -----------?- .%. i
these rules and regulations. I Eighty-five Men of First Draft Have
other town in the United States can the militia officers did in the piping has been dipping his cattle for ,a long Sinking Fund ,
The time within whi.-n a claim of Failed to Present Themselves. July 1. to amt on hand '
-111S.SO
--
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record. times of but there will be noth- time and is more than pleased with
show a better peace, Reed for taxes _____ .
repeal and the note! : thereof may Ke --------- 201 SO
S ing of the kind. Military life now is the results. -
will be' filed by the provost marshal general To amt f n hand ---------------- .
While the women carry their burden dead earnest, no favoritism sha'l not be limited. Speaking of the returns from care PENSACOLA, Aug. 15.-Sheriff J. Waterworks Fund. ----

of every war, their share in the shown; only the fittest will survive. The: records of all local beards snail given to stock cattle Mr. Padgett men- C. VanPelt and all of his deputies are July 1. to amt on hand -----_____ S82. 1

E I world war is almost equal to that off These days the new officers are baked be at all times to inspection 01 tioned that 12 out of 13 cows at his engaged this week in rounding up the : Reed for taxes ---------_____ '1.11
cpen -
the men's. In this country they are in a hot oven and many of them examination generally farm brought in calves the past spring eighty-five men of the first draft of July 31, to amt on hand --.____ 949.91
by
will be found but half done fit only an/ person These that had been freedof Bond Fond.
workers in England were cows
active Red Cross the who failed to respond -
| nati9nal
specially designated b the distrLtboard army __ .
who or > July 1. to amt on hand .12114.111176J7
I France and Germany they take for drilling recruits. An officer having jurisdiction to make fever ticks and given a little care to the notice to appear for the Paving assessments -------------

p l the places of the soldiers in the fields cannot make good will unceremoniously such inspection or examination and the through the winter. physical examination. The exemption -

I ; and the shops and many German women be degraded, and a man from the records of all local and district boards The lesson has been a long time in board this morning ordered the eigthy- By Total amt -paid----out------.-.-.-_-_-_----- .13340 J7.17'
in Russia ranks, who has been found not want- the learning, but gradually Bradford
But
fight in the ranks. :: shall be at all times to the inspection five delinquents arrested and held in -
< there are battalions of women soldiers ing, will be given his place, for only open examination of county farmers are realizing. that a jail until they are examined. Assistant July 31. to amt on hand -----_13283.48

I .. who fight as bravely as their Scythian i real worth, not social position or"pull" or any person few cattle well cared for will bring District Attorney G. Earl Hoffman The following bills were paid:
authorised _
generally or specially E. S. Matthews mem council _
uy
maternal ancestors, and shame the will be the ruling motive in department of the government tithe i better results than many half starvedones. stated that as soon as a report on the J. W. Andrews Jr, do ____ __ 8.00 7.00
who from the retaining and promoting officers. any D. C. Jones do V _
run ---- ---- 8.00
cowardly men away is made to the district attorney'soffice
cases
I The ambitious private will United States or i.y the provost S. A. Bryan do --__________ 4.00
I Germans. They will play an importantrole young rrarsral general. Such records shall! the government will institute J. W. White do --___________ 8.00
in the war. All honor to the have excellent chances for promotion, A GIANT SUNFLOWER. proceedings against the delinquents. A. S. Crews treas sal ______ 7.50
bi to the examination the -
of. public
brave for, as officers will always be in demand open Joe Hill Williams mayor's fees 7.00
amazons. at such times as will not interfere I Silas Kite salary and fees 54.00
every man will be watched, so _
S Ed Burnsed salary and fees
of useful that those can be picked out who deserve with the proceedings or work of the T. P| Wall recently contributed to FIFTY DOLLARS FOR BEEF C. A. Futch clerk's fees ___ 63.0417.9S
J After thirty-four years and local boards. I the Bank of Starke's agricultural exhibit STEERS. Bradford Co. Telegraph print and pub 24.00
service to his city and county and to promotion, a promotion on Judge Gardiner requests all parties : a sunflower that seems to Starke Telephone Co. rent .. ,. 1.50
the battlefield will be worth immensely carry _
H. E. Lagergren surveying
the state of Florida as editor and publisher 2.00
more than one given without any who have evidence of exemptions be- off the prize. The stalk of this giant Fenole Chemical Co.. dsinfectants 81.12
of the Gainesville Sun, Hon. H. ing asked for without reason and pro- specimen is not les sthan 12 feet in James Hornsby made a sale of beef W. L. Wall fire chief 2.00
\ H. has sold the Gainesville collateral on the officers' training E. M. Johns asst chief ____ 1.50
McCreary ground.If i per cause to communicate with him at height, and the flower or head is 18 steers a few days ago that ought to Gus Beasley fireman ___ 1.00

I Sun to the Pepper Publishing Company the once. inches across. convince anyone there is profit in Buddy George: do ______________ 1.00
I and it will hereafter be edited we except, perhaps,. .greater Sunflower seed have for a long time Bradford county stock farming. There Harold Wall do _______ 1.00
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salary of the commissioned officer, Roy Turner do
I 1.00
Mr. W. M. Pepper. Under the management ---------------
by there is why the private THE IRISH POTATO OUTLOOK. been considered very fine feed for were five of the steers and Mr. Horns- Drew Alvarez do ___ 1.00

l of Mr. McCreary the Sun has should no him.reason On account of th3 chickens. It has now been found that by received ,for them a check for $250. Gary Ennis do __________________ 1.00 J
long been rated as one of the best of envy F. R. Halligan do _ 1.00
they are very much relished by horses These steers had not been pastured,
of high officers, the Allen Canova. do 1.00
under the presence so many ------
Florida newspapers, and lieutenant will be scarcely Those Bradford county farmers who and mules. These animals will eat but were taken off of the range. They Chas. Cameron do ____ 1.00
new management it will doubtless or captain are looking forward to planting Irish both the leaves and the heads the who R. L. Epperson do ________ LOG
maintain the high standard set by the distinguished! from the common herd. potatoes heavily next spring should of were bought by Frank Morgan, B. Alvarez do __________ !.GO I
plants. will give them the run of a 'corn and
The lieutenant when he longer -
I, retiring editor. Mr. 0. J. Farmer, for can no watch the situation closely and be sure bean and then sell them at a Total _______________________ 297.87
shave day have his pasture ...
or even
time city editor of the Sun, every JJ/,4 .1 R.4A. I'nn.l
some past -
before investing too neavily in this
will continue in this position under the underclothes washed, will not feel like REALTY TRANSFER. good round profit.In Quigley Lumber; Co. lumber and c sails 149
I line that conditions are right for mar-
J. W. Andrews &: Son hauling IUO
new management. strutting, and "lording it" will net be keting the crop at a profit. Conditionswere speaking of the transaction. N. B. Hull do ______________ 13.00
tolerated by either the men or the superior Hornsby said that he sold one of the Bank of Starke pay rolls _______ 64.63
r S officers. The private has little abnormal last spring and Florida A deal was closed a few days ago steers three ago for $20. A W. F. Mott scav. work ______ 50.00
years
: sons
who
Two Florida editors have fabulous The
brought prices.
potatoes
have been accepted for the second officers responsibility, the officer much, and same conditions not obtain next between E. C. Croft and F. C. Hol- year later he bought it back, paying Total _____________-_ 165.(2
Harris he will be criticized and reprimanded.When may lingsworth, whereby Mr. Hollings- $30, and now sold it for $50.A Bond Fund
training camp. Frank E. i spring. The 1916 Northern potato
: worth became owner or two cottageson Roy Edwards. extension on sewer lineon
the work is done
E. Harris editor private's day's Clark __________
Jr., son of Hon. Frank crop was very short. This left the street 41(8
Pratt street and Mr. Croft in
he himself in unfettered got thunderstorm last Friday
can enjoy violent
The council adjourned to August 13.
of the Ocala Banner, and Adrian country without an adequate supplyof the
abandon as far as circumstances will exchange Hollingsworth cottageon afternoon caused some damage by uprooting to revise registration book and take
[ Jordan, son of Hon. Adrian P. Jor- potatoes and prices soared skywardin
permit and he give his opinion of West Call street. Following this several trees and snapping off
can
unfinished business.
t ; lan, editor of the Punta Gorda Her of this shortage. The up -
consequence
the cook and the general to of hi3 deal Mr. Croft sold the Hollingsworth wires. One telephone post I
i any telephone | C. A. FUTCH
I aId, have been accepted for trai&ng.Editor indications are that the Northern crop I "
to J. W. Andrews & Son.
hundreds of equals. The officer, on cottage blown the roof of J. M. Ta-
was across Town Clerk.
Harris is a Confederate Vete- will be very heavy this year, and if I :
; account of his rank, is condemned to turn's residence, and near the Episco- I
ran, an older son was a soldier In the there is still a heavy supply on hand i 4:
the holy seclusion and must keep a bridleon CANDIDATES PETITIONS FILED. pal church the electric light wires -
First
i Florida Infantry during next February then the high prices'of STRICKEN FROM REGISTRATION LIST.
Spanish-American war, and now the his tongue. He will be more apt last spring cannot be counted on for were broken by a tree falling against At an adjourned meeting of the Town Council -.-
-
in lo envy the privates than the privatesto them. held August 13th. the following ntmt ,i
volunteers for service
son the Florida A to
younger good
crop. very way of .
F him. At the regular meeting of the were stricken from the registration books .
the greatest of all wars since the creation envy judge of the situation will be to watch coun- the Town of Starke Florida: ;;
of the world. That is a fine record S the price of Northern potatoes in cil held Tuesday night petitions in behalf Bartley. H. W.
PEACE PROPOSALS MADE BY your
of the LASSIFIE Chastam H. M.
I and we conrratulate Editor Harris THE POPE TO THE ENTENTE own market. Unusually high prices following candidates for C D Crews J. B. fj
the of his stock. municipal offices were received. Upon Cowart. M.
f on gall? itry will indicate a scarcity, and show a
examination of the it ADVERTISINGFOR
A. G.
petitions was or- Dyal.
p (Continued From Page 1.) strong probability of fancy prices for dered that the following names be Gnann R O.fiardmer. 4
i I Florida potatoes.In G. A.
SHOULD BE NO FRICTION.The .
the official ballots for the
printed
.
1 on SALE-Three Hess. Roy.Hoffman ,
I horses. Geo. A.
I time working through Austria becauseof reply to an inquiry from Sena- election to be held on Tuesday, Sep- R. R.

Telegraph hears that there is the latter's close relations to the tor D. U. Fletcher, Secretary of Agri- tember 11th: Gardiner, Starke. 6-15-tf. Hendry.Kite, T. J.P. A. .

! some talk of a demand on the part of Vatican. To accomplish what she fail- cultureHouston recently wrote the Kite. Lester.
For Mayor: WANTED-Fifty cotton pickers at
I laborers for excessive for ed in her first offer of following letter: Lake. Wm.
prices pick- peace-the as- J
of Joe Hill Williams.For once. For particulars call at the Jlott. B. G.McKmney.
Department Agriculture,
ing the cotton crop now maturing.This sembling of peace delegates at a round Aldermen: Bank of Starke. A. J.
is entirely the wrong spirit and table conference, where the interestsof Washington, August 2, 1917 Roberts. Z. J. ,
S. A.
Bryan. Register. L. D.
t we hope the matter will go no further one ally could be played off againstthe Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher, 0. J. Griffin. FOR SALE-Will sell my No. 2 cans Shipman. E. B.Saseer .
than the idle talk that has already other with the disruption of the United States Senate. J. A. ]
For Clerk: Tomatoes at $1.20 per dozen. D. T. '
'been indulged in. We have talked with i grand alliance as the stake. In no Dear Senator Fletcher: C. A. Futch. Clark, Starke, Fla. -17-4t. Strickland.Sanders Willie.Jesse. .J

a large number of the farmers and quarter is there any disposition to Replying to your inquiry of the 28th For Tax Assessor Stanberry B. A. :1

practically all of them that the question in the good faith of ultimo as to whether the governmentis I : Sweat. H. J. .
agree any way N. D. Wainwright.For WANTED AT ONCE-From three to Turner F. L. .;
pay for picking this season should be the Vatican, although the peace activ- undertaking to provide seed pota- Treasurer: I five families to pick cotton and do Willis. B. C. }1
toes to Florida farmers for plantingnext At the regular meeting of the Town Coon- ,
ities elementsin
higher than heretofore. In fact they of the Roman Catholic | j
A. S. Crews. other farm work. A. D. Andrews, cil in haM
to 2 cents Germany and Austria have been winter, I would say that no action September any names that may
are generally willing
pay For Marshal and Collector: Raiford. 8-10-2t. been erroneously stricken from the said regil- .
F per pound for the"Work. This is about prominent for several monU s. of this character has been consid- Silas Kite. tration book will be restored. H
I
ered necessary. The acreage of potatoes E. S. MATTHEWS tj
1 double the former price. As the cost
Pope's Proposal Not Popular. planted in the Northern statesis The receiving of these petitions does FOR SALE-My farm, 1 1-2 miles C. A. FUTCH. Chairman. ,
has doubled this
of living about seems 8MttYou
Town
not close the ballot for the Starke Clerk.
16.Conferencesamong election. from on Lawtey road; 41
Washington Aug.
to be a reasonable basis. decidedly above normal and the potato .
Others may have their names printed seres, 22 cleared. Good dwelling,
the entente diplomats
yester- conditions in the !.
crop territory
It will be deal better for all
. to work in a harmony great in this matter. day crystalized into conviction the from which the seed potatoes used by on the ballot by filing petition with the outbuildings and fences, good water. get all the important national

F Neither the farmer nor the laborer opinion here that Pope Benedict's Florida planters come is excellent at clerk on or before August 21st. H. J. Thomas, Route 1, Starke. state, county news in the Telegraph. I.

should expect unreasonable things. peace move is not likely to change in this time. There is, therefore, no reason -- ,

,t Both should be willing to put the workon any substantial degree the attitude of to expect any shortage of good WONDERFUL STUFF! .

a fair basis. either of the Allies or the American seed potatoes for next season. LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS l

; Our advice to the laborers is to pay government.It Some consideration has already been I

. no attention to busy-bodies who may is agreed, however, that there given to the question whether the

\ < try to stir up dissatisfaction. When must be made a response to the pope's Southern plantings of Irish potatoesnext I Apply a Few Drops Then Lift A FULL LINE

you have been offered a fair price for proposal far more comprehensive thana season should beJarger than this Corns or Callires Off With
mere acknowledgment of receipt. To From indications it
your work then is the time to get busy year. appears
do this without opening the field of that the Northern Fingers-No Pain. ,
\ : This is no time for idle hands, and if probable crop will
refuse to work when you are offer- argument which might result in devel- be so large that Southern growers -
you FERRY'S
: \ ed fair wages the government will bet oping' differences between the Allies should very carefully consider the size No humbug! Any corn, whether LEONARD'S, BUIST'S', Iij

t sure to take the matter in hand. The I to be seized upon by the Germans is of the stocks on hand at the close of hard, soft or betw2en the toes, will '

I government cannot afford to have any realized to be a difficult and delicate the Northern potato harvest this year loosen right up and lift out, without a GROSSMAN BROS', GRILL BROS. j jr

crops go to waste when everything undertaking.On before enlarging their plantings except particle of pain or soreness.

that can be produced is necessary for the other hand some consideration to such extent as may be justifiedby This drug is called freezone and is a

- the well-being of the country. is being given to the suggestionthat the local consuming demands. The compound of ether discovered by a r

---+--,-, the pontiff has given President experience of recent years has thor- Cincinnati man. I I Seeds

i TWO SIDES TO THE QUESTION.There Wilson a golden opportunity to again oughly established the fact that it is Ask at any drug store for a small

impress upon the American people and difficult to dispose of a large productof bottle of freezone, which will cost buta

the world in the most convincing Southern new potatoes prior to the triflle, but is sufficient to rid one's II

: : has developed one thing that fashion the rectitude of his positionin first of June if heavy stocks of Northern feet of every corn or callus. I Just arrived. We handle Imported Onion )j

< ':: gives the writer of these limping lines recommending to congress the dec old potatoes are in competition Put a few drops directly upon any

:' a severe pain. Since the draft has become laration of a state of war with Ger- with them in the markets. When the tender, aching corn or callus. Instant. Seed each

I : effective, for that matter, there many. Northern potato season is sufficiently ly the soreness disappears and short- season 11

): has been a rush by the mama's darlings Secretary Lansing is reserving any advanced to permit of approximate determination ly the corn or callus will loosen and

the class to the expression of opinion until he has the it be lifted off with the
I :: and silk-stocking of the yield, a more detailed can fingers.

\ : ) front as officers in embryo. The sissy official text of the pope's message. Experience consideration of this matter will be This drug freezone doesn't eat out J. W. White & Son

; boys that would not join the National hal taught him that often I made and the results will be announced the corns or calluses but shrivels them I < '

I Guards and the other branches of the traps are concealed in diplomatic communications ; to the public. without even irritating the surround- j jI

i service where there was a little hard that are not visible in the ing skin. I
(Signed) D. F HOUSTON of 1
Buyers Produce
work, now are making a rush for the abstract While there is no dispositionto I Just think! No pain at all; no sore- Country

officers' training camps in order to question the good faith of the popeit Secretary, ness or smarting when applying it

get in a place where they can lord it is conceivable that he might have I or afterwards. If your druggist don't STARKE FLORIDAi:1' i

; t over the patriotic lad that joined for been imposed upon by German cun Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell have freezone have him order it for I, ,

.
; the sole purpose of doing his duty ning. everybody. Advertise you. (62) :- -:- j .
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TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE ,
BRADFORD COUNTY ,
FRIDAY MARCH 17, 1917.
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J. W. Alvarez is making some improvements WILL GO TO TRAINING CAMP. THE PARSONAGE FAMILY.The ,nl. 0. SILCOX.

to his residence, corner -

Walnut and Jefferson streets. Some weeks ago when applicantsfor parsonage family has taken no Mr. William 0. Silcox died at the

entry at the second round of officers vacation, and will have none this year, home of his nephew, Mr. Charles

Bits of LocalInformation Messrs. L. Morgan, M. P. Mathenyand training camps were coming in not because they are opposed to such Silcox, Monday afternoon, August
Ellis Clemons, of Brooker, were rather slowly Mr. H. C. Richard madea things and not because they do not 13th, from a complication of diseasesand
in town Monday. tender of his services to the govern feel the need of rest just like other the remains were interred at
ment. He went to Jacksonville, wherehe people. They get weary in body and Kingsley lake cemetery Tuesday. It
4. Tennis slippers 50 cents at Stern- took the preliminary physical examination brain, and sometimes cry out from was not possible at the time to secure

... berg's. and filed such credentialsand their very soul, "0 for just a little rest the services of Rev. F. B. Johns, the
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Omr P..r..
c.ra/wI
recommendations as were required. -
l fegr..J M .... c._ 'eM r..... like other people get. But the favorite minister of the deceased, to
Mrs. McCullough, of Oviedo, is visiting A few days ago he received offi- "King's business requires haste," and conduct the obsequies, but the funeral
her sister, Mrs. Dozier Lundy for cial notice that he had been accepted, the battles of the Lord must be fought sermon will be preached in the near

.. several days. accompanied by instructions to reportat General Pershing would like to take a future.
........
Ft. Oglethorpe Ga., on August 27th
,
little vacation, and many of the faithful The deceased was born on Kingsleylake
Fine line men's shoes at Stump's.Mr. Mrs. Jessie Strickland and here Walter Wills is having his cottageon Mr. Richard is arranging his affairs as men with him would enjoy a season of I 38 years ago and was a son of the
of Jacksonville, are
daughter, Strickland's mother Mrs. South street, occupied by Dr. 0. L. rapidly as possible preparatory to departure rest, but they dare not rest when a late Mr. and Mrs. David J. Silcox. On
Henry Taylor, of Highland, was visiting Mrs. Haynes and family, enlarged and repaired for the training camp. The nation and a world is in peril. They October 2, 1910, he married Miss
a visitor here Sunday. DeLoach, on Cherry street. and a new front fence has been very best wishes of a large number of have no time for rest, and must push Amanda Edwards, daughter of Mrs.

built. friends throughout the county will go the work in which they are engaged, Celia Edwards. Two daughters were
Lois Peek spent Saturday with Little Miss Martice Wills has been with him to the training and
Miss camp
regardless of their physical feelings. born to them, little Rachel and Mur
. her parents, Col. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. spending two weeks with her parents, Mrs. E. W. Harris, of Jacksonville, later to the field of action, if he shall So it is with the parsonage family. :
' Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wills Jr., at Cedar iel.Mr.
came down Wednesday to spend a be sent there. Their work, and the work of the Silcox secured a position of car
,. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children are Key. while with her parents, Dr. and Mrs.J. Mr. Richard's tender of his servicesis church is just as important as the inspector on the Florida East Coast

- spending the week at Atlantic Beach. C. Wills. entirely voluntary and is worthy of great work of the American army and I railway, a few years ago, and moved
See the stock of
dry goods atStump's.
-- the highest commendation. Mr. Frank
___ navy. We don't want any "slackers" with his family to Miami and l later to
J. W. Lewis, of Brooker, was transacting Little Hal Maines, son of Dr. and T Lane, the only other male member 01.J. in our army and navy, and we loathe ujus. About a year ago nis health

,. business in Starke Wednesday. Mrs. J. E. Maines, of Lake Butler, will Mr. Richard's immediate family, en- those who are too cowardly and lazyto suffered a general breakdown, the
1.!. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Marks and chil- spend some time in Starke, the guestof listed in the army some time ago and fight in such a time as this. God heart, liver and lungs being the organs
t Sullivan, of Theressa, was dren and Mrs. A. H. Freeman motored is already in service.
Andrew friends. feels the same way about the minis- affected, and he had finally to give up
down to Gainesville last Sunday tQ
i in town Saturday. ters and members of His church. What work. After being under treatmentof
r spend the day. Mr. W. E. Langford, who is a mem- DEATH OF MRS. HOLEMAN.The would we think of soldiers who went physicians at Miami without any

E. A. Smith, of Hampton, had busi- ber of the U. S..A. Post Hospital, sta- off for pleasure and left General Per- good result, he was taken to the rail-
i ness in Starke Monday.No. Mrs. C. A. Knight and Miss Carrie tioned at Fort McPherson, Ga., is many Starke friends of Mrs. E. shing and the other officers to fight the way hospital at St. Augustine, and af-
Darby left Tuesday for Atlanta where spending a few days with relatives in C. Holeman, widow of Dr. F. R. Hole- battle sof America alone? What do ter a stay of ten weeks there was so
666 will cure Malaria or Bilious Mrs. Knight goes to purchase goods Starke and Lake Butler. man, once rector of the Episcopal you suppose God thinks of church greatly improved that he left the hos-
Fever. It kills the germs. for her millinery emporium.Rev. church here, will learn with regret of members who willingly absent them- pital and, with his family went to live

t No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever. her death. We cite the following from selves from prayer meeting, Sunday with 'his nephew, Charles Silcox,
Dr. Jim Dell, of Gainesville, was in T. L. Z. Barr returned Satur- It is the most speedy remedy we know. Tuesday's Jacksonville Times-Union: school, and the preaching services on east of Starke, until he could regainhis
professional business. day from Baldwin, where he spent two in Jacksonville and throughout -
Monday on Many
t town I the Holy Sabbath? The parsonage strength and resume work. But
weeks conducting revival services at Orville Moitt has gone to Jackson the state will learn with sincere family wants. rest and pleasure just his old troubles returned and ended in

i Col. and Mrs. A. V. Long spent Wednesday Methodist church. ville and other points on a vacation, regret of the death of Mrs. Emmerine like other people, but they are present his death.

t in Jacksonville. and Carr Colley is taking\ his place in Cordelia Holeman wife of the late every Wednesday night at prayer Mr. Silcox was a man of upright
t The largest stock of cook stoves to Jones' Hardware store in his absence. Rev. Francis R. Holeman, which occur- meeting, and in five services in the character and great intelligence and
of Theressa, select from at the Starke HardwareCo. red afternoon at 1 o'clockat
Capt. R. C. Heiberger, yesterday church on every Sabbath. They are energy. His industry and faithfulness
I was in town Wednesday. I I The bridge across Alligator canalat St. Luke's hospital.Mrs. just human beings, and they want the made him a much valued employe of

i the foot of Call street is in an un- Holeman's death occurred after co-operation of the church they serve. the railway company. He was a model \
r For altering, cleaning or pressing Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jones and chil- safe condition. Those who are hauling an illness of a couple of months, Everybody cordially invited to all husband and father and a consistent

i of clothes, go to M. Leviton. dren returned Sunday from Jackson- heavy loads should use another having gone to St. Luke's eight weeks the services of the church next Sun- member of the Baptist church. Be-
r ville, where they visited Mr. Jones'mother bridge.Mr. ago for medical treatment. She was day. Major Matthews will be our Sun- side his widow and children he leavesof

Miss Claudia Ambrose, of Jackson- Mrs. Bonita Jones. eighty-two years of age, and was born day school superintendent during the I near relatives three brothers, Mes-

ville, was a guest of Mrs. J. C. Pop- and Mrs. Nat Sternberg and in Kentucky, September 15, 1835. absence of our dear Brother Davis. srs. Silas and Jackson Silcox, of
pell last Saturday.H. Mrs. Lula Griffin and two little children motored to Lake Butler Sun- Her husband, the Rev. Francis R. Let us have a large attendance next I Starke, and Mr. Jesse Silcox of St. Augustine -
daughters, Misses Louise and Lucile, Holeman, was an Episcopal clergyman I
day. They were joined by friends and Sunday. and two sisters, Mrs. Rachel
L. Johns, of Lake Butler, was of Jacksonville, are visiting Mrs. Griffiin's all went to White Springs, Hamilton and was well known throughoutFlorida. T. L. Z. BARR, Coleman, of St. Augustine, and Mrs. l
mother Mrs. Julia
the business visitors in Starke Wainright, on county, and spent the day. He was for years identified Pastor. Emma Carpenter of Kingsley lake.
among N. Walnut street. with the work of the church in the The sympathy of all goes out to the

Saturday. Work shoes $1.75 and up at Stern- state, and both he and his wife were INTERMENT Of B. F. RAGAN I bereaved family.
We have 50 bushels of Whipporwill burg's. i loved by members of his parishes, I
Miss Doris Law has been spendingthe seed peas left over, which we will sell wherever they resided. They came to -

week-end with Mrs. T. J. Terry, of at a bargain. Young Trading Co. Mrs. E. H. Smith leaves today for Jacksonville about four years ago Took Place at Hope Church With Im- NOTICE.

Lawtey. her home in Philadelphia. Mrs. Smith from Starke, where Mr. Holeman had posing Ceremonies. -
Judge and Mrs. J. T. Wills, who will be accompanied by her sister, been rector of the Episcopal church, All interested in the B. J. Sapp cem-

Mrs. R. H. Wells, of Palatka, is had spent some time in Starke, have Miss Anita Wills, and they will spend and the couple entered the Home for ,Police Detective B. F. Hagan, of etery are requested to meet there on t

visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Ta- returned to Gainesville.Mr. some time in Atlantic City. the Aged, in Springfield, where two Jacksonville, who was shot by a negrohe Thursday, August 23rd, with suitable
turn.: months later, July 15, Mr. Holeman attempted to arrest on the night of implements for cleaning up and re

D. T. Clark, of Athens, Ga., has Mrs. Cline Graham and daughter, July 30th, died of his wound, Friday, pairing. Bring full baskets for din-
Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptic, Anodyne I joined his wife at the home of her par- Miss Jane, of Gainesville, are spend- died.While the end was not unexpected, August 10th. The remains were I ner on the grounds.

Kills pain, stops putrefaction. ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, ing the week at Kingsley lake, the the announcement of the death will brought to Theressa for interment at i _

for a short visit. guests of Mesdames S. T. Dell and J. come as a shock to the many friendsof Hope church cemetery Saturday, escorted i "IN A BAD WAY'
Messrs. W. M. Parker and B. J. E. Wilson. Mrs. Holeman. She was a memberof by a number of Masons from

Sapp, of New River, were in town on Mrs. J. H. Pugh, of Waycross, Ga., a prominent Kentucky family, and Jacksonville and Palatka. At the cem- Many a Starke Reader Will Feel

Monday.A \ returned home Monday afternoon, after Mrs.'J. F. McBeath, of Green Cover her father, William Woolridge was for etery Masons from Hampon and oth- Grateful for This Information.
spending a few days with he well known in affairs in in well
Springs, came over Wednesday even- years public er places were waiting as as
daughter was born to Mr. and :mother, Mrs. E. J. Wainwright. ing to be with her daughter, Mrs. R. that state. a large crowd of friends who had come -
Mrs. Walter Swanbom, of Saxton, on I A. Weeks. Moulton & Kyle are in charge of to pay their last respects to the de- If your back gives out;

August 3rd. BUILDING MATERIALS- funeral arrangements, and after a ser- ceased. Rev. Wm. F. Malphurs, of Becomes lame, weak or aching:

That's our business. Quigley Lumber Mr. I. N. Colclough, of the Florida vice at the home this afternoon at 4:30 Starke, conducted the obsequies according If bladder troubles set in, I
Mr. J. H. Ritch, Sr., and family, of & Supply Co. Title and Abstract Corporation of o'clock, at which Archdeacon Wylle, of to the ritual of the Baptist Perhaps your kidneys "are in a bad
"
Raiford, were in the city last Satur- Ocala, is assisting the Bradford County St. Mary's Episcopal church, will offi church, after which Rev. John Mul- way. t
day. Mrs. W. B. Young and children have Abstract Company this week on ciate. Mr. WylIe will accompany the lady, of Hampton, performed the cer- Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak

been at Kingsley lake for the past ter I some rush work. body to Mrs. Holeman's former homein emonies observed by the Free Ma- kidneys.
Children's dresses 49 cents up at days. Mrs. E. W. Stewart and chil Longwood, where the interment will sons at the interment of a Deceased Local evidence proves their merit j

Sternberg's.Hon. dren, LeRoy and Louise, have been New line of shoes at Sternberg's.G. take place by the side of her husband. brother.B. Mrs. A. E. Moitt, W. Call Street,
guests of Mrs.\ Young.Mr. F. Hagan was born at Theressa Starke, says: "I had kidney troubleand

P. L. Gaskins, of Jacksonville, W. Hazen, of Brooker, was in HENRY E. FREEMAN IS CAPTAIN and some years ago entered the police I suffered from dull, nagging back-
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Silas Johns and family, recentlyof town Wednesday. He reports that the IN ENGINEERS. force in Jacksonville in an humble capacity aches. I was also distressed by head-

H. C. Richard. Hampton, have moved into the yield of cotton in his section will be but through faithfulness, abil- aches. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and

house .vacated by J. S. Brown on N. very heavy this fall and that the far- Henry E. Freeman, coach of the ity and courage, rose step by step, un- they: relieved the kidney annoyanceand "
; Miss May Peek has returned to the Walnut street. We are glad to wel- mers are all expecting good returnsfor football and baseball teams and instructor til at his untimely death he was one of rid me of the backaches.

home of her brother, Col. C. L. Peek, come this excellent family to our town. their year's work. in science at HillsboroughHigh the most trusted officers on the force.A Lasting Benefit.

4 .after a pleasant visit in Valdosta, Ga. School last year, has been com- few years before his brother, alsoa Over three years later, Mrs.Ioitt
Mrs. J.1.. Glass, who has been Mrs. G. C. Livingston and daugh- missioned a captain in the Officers' police officer of the metropolis, met said: "I haven't suffered from any

1 Miss Kate Liddon, of Jacksonville, spending the past ten days with her ters, Misses Marie and Margaret, Reserve Corps, and assigned to the en- his death under similar circumstances. I symptoms of kidney complaint since j jDoan's

. is a guest of Mrs. J. M. Truby at friend, Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr, left Sat- Miss Florence Matthews and Miss gineers, according to word reaching The deceased is survived by four Kidney" Pills made a cure of

.f; Kingsley lake.: urday morning for her home in Apa- Kate Livingston have returned from Tampa yesterday morning. Mr. Free- brothers, Mr. F. M. Hagan, a merchantof my case.
Price CO; cents at all dealers. Don'tsimply
lachicola. transferred from Fort Mc- and Messrs. Burton
Cedar Keys, where they spent the past man was Hampton, ,
New goods arrive every day at week very pleasantly. Pherson, which he entered three Sherman end P. M. Hagan, of Palat- ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's

I Stump's. I Ladies' waists 98 cents at Sternberg's. months ago, to the engineers' camp of ka, the last named being the sheriff of Kidney Pills-the same that ,

,. I There were quite a few people here the American University at Washington. I Putnam county; also by three sisters, Mrs. Moitt has twice publicly recom-

Herbert Dyal, of Fernandina, spent from Sapp Saturday and Sunday, and He expects to be allowed a ten- Mesdames Berry Batten and Elizabeth mended. Foster-Milburn Co., Props.,

,- the week-end with his aunt, Mrs. 0. J. Mrs. H. J. Warlick (formerly Miss among them were Mr. and Mrs. James day furlough within the next few Owsley, of Theressa, and Miss Ida Buffalo, N. Y. ((39))

Griffin. Ethel Mahone), of Valdosta Ga., af- Manning and son, Manning Station, weeks. Hagan, of Palatka. Much sympathyis (
The above is from Sunday's Tampa being felt for the bereaved family.
ter spending some time at Pablo Beach who motored in. They were accom-
Mrs. J. F. Canova and daughter, was 'guest of Miss Carrie Uglow panied by Mrs. John Groves and son. Tribune, and Captain Freeman's many General InsuranceI
Miss Anna, left last week for a trip and Mrs. A. McMillan for a few This party, after stopping in the city friends will be glad to hear of his pref- Miss Gladys Gardiner is spendingthe
: erment. They will however, not be week at Worthington Springs, vis- represent none but FIRST
to Asheville, N. C. days of this week. for a while went to Kingsley lake be- ,
,, fore returning home. surprised, for he is one from whom iting Miss Elsie Harrison. CLASS companies and will be

" Mrs. Martha Ritch and son, Mr. Misses Myrla, Lynnie and Kathleen much is expected. He studied civil constantly on the alert to pro-

; Lewis Ritch of Raiford, were business Chapman of Jacksonville, and Mr. Trunks and bags at Sternberg's.Mr. engineering at the University of Flor- Power of First Impressions.In mote your interests. Guarantee

' 'f visitors to Starke last Saturday. and Mrs. J. J. Mansell and children, I ida and graduated with honors, and spite of the fact that she has courteous treatment to all pa

of Starke, spent Sunday very pleasantly J. H. Ritch went to Jackson- we are glad that he will be able to often been corrected our fair young trons. A well written policy bya

i Some special bargains in crockery at their uncle's, Mr. T. F. Mansell, ville yesterday to accompany his little practice his chosen profession, andvlsh friend Chlorlnda still calls It the par- first-class agent in a, first-

t t ware at Starke Hardware Co. at "Bay View Farm." son, Hamilton, home. Hamilton has ; him continued success. tial post.-New Orleans State. class company sometimes means
r been in Rogers Hospital for the past Captain Freeman is a son of Dr.
? much in case of loss fire. N
by
and Mrs. Albert H. Freeman, of
;? s L A. Brown, the Brooker merchant Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown and chil- three weeks, having undergone a ser- Optimistic Thought

1 and cotton buyer, was in Starke on dren, Harold and Hazel, left last Fri- ious operation, but is now recovering Starke.mission a Dr.few Freeman weeks ago received as a captainin a com- Without danger. danger cannot be H. C. RICHARD, Starke
- business Monday. day evening for their new home in rapidly. surmounted.
; the medical corps of the National
Plant City. This excellent family will
William J. Thomas of U. S. Naval Army. He is at present spending a -
be much missed here in church and social ,
Mrs. Alice Langford, of Lake Butler I
vacation at N. C. but
Waynesville, ,
, m spent Sunday here the guest of circles.If Training Station, Newport, R. L, D=-'OIIODOIIOh 0II01;.OC t
will probably be called into service in
writes to friends that he is well pleased u !
S 0 ,
her mother, Mrs. E. J. Wainwright. I
the medical at about the same
have timber suitable for cross with his naval training and that he corps g o '
, you
time his son is ordered to duty with !
will finish his in another month
\ ties to sell, se us. Young Trading course
Mr. P. S. McMillan left Wednesday -
the engineering department.
William is son of Mr. Jesse Thomas
]1 for Scotland, Ga., to pay a visit Company.W. a Stability
Family House Party.Dr. .
to and would have been a member of the ...
j' his father. and Mrs. A. H. Freeman will
1918 class of the BradfordCounty
j J. Tilman is the new assistant in graduating
have house at their cot-
a family party
Co's. office. He High School.
I II Southern
W. C. Wainwright, of Tampa, spent the Express tage at Kingsley lake next week. Capt.

few days last week visiting rela- came from Orange Heights.W. Mr. J. W. Andrews, Jr., left Sun- Henry E. Freeman, National Army, o 0 0 !
tives and greeting old friends.F. his arrived home Wednesday night; Mrs.L. .
J. Jones, of Hastings, was a bus- day afternoon, accompanied by and little of Talla- e It is not to find short-termed investO !
iness visitor to Starke Monday. Mr. children, for Asheville, N. C.., where A. Yates son, easy
F. Stump has returned from New hassee, arrived )'esterdayIr.. Edwin
Jones has live stock and farming interests they will be joined by Mrs. Andrewsand E
that combine the reasonable
meats profit
York. Columbia
While there he purchased a the family will set housekeeping. Freeman, who has been attending -
and is up
Graham this county,
very large fall stock of dry goods. spending at some time, there looking af- Mrs. Andrews health is such University, New York A. ,H.will Free-be and absolute safety of Time Deposits.
and Dr.
here in a few days,
of his that she finds it advisable to live ina
Col. D. E. Knight was a professional ter the harvesting crops. higher altitude. Mr. Andrews will man returns today from his vacationin .

visitor to Jacksonville Thursday. I not relinquish his citizenship in Waynesville, N. C. .0 p Time Deposits issued by this Institution 0

t Starke, but will divide his time be-
J Mrs. Ellen Martin, of Homestead, BUNGALOW FOR SALE new and tween the two places.Mr. ON ACTIVE DUTY.W. o for 3 months and in amounts of $1.00 up- ,

.. spent Monday with her sister, Mrs. N. I I modern conveniences, M. Wainwright, of Starke, who, ;
up-to-date, all wards 4 interest.
'i I yield cent
B. Hull. i:I two screened porches. Quigley Lum- Frank Lane, of the National some time ago, entered the quarter- per

ber & Supply Co., "The Happy Home Army, is spending a short furlough in master's school at Charleston, S. C.,
Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr spent Monday in Builders." Starke with his mother, Mrs. H. C. finished his course af, studies a few Our Officers will gladly supply full details

Jacksonville with. her niece, Mrs. Geo. Richard.Mr. days ago, and with 90 other young ;
McLahan. men were assigned to active duty in on requ st. Call or write to day. q
D
Lacy Kickliter returned Wed- the quartermaster's department. Mr.

i i New goods arriving daily at Stern- Ab Johns and Perry and Buck Kite, nesday to his home at Stuart, after a Wainwright goes to Anniston, Ala. O
' visit here with relatives. Mr. Kick- His friends here will rejoice over his n
berg's.Mr staunch soldiers, came over
young wonderful in As he is active and relia- Bank of Starke
. from Black Point to spend Sunday in liter sees improvement promotion. :
Starke with relatives. This was prob- Starke and Bradford county duringthe ble and has a good head for figures, it
here
and Mrs. Carroll who came
the be before he receives an- '
few He thinks will not long
past years. Starke Fla.
for
visit home
from Michigan about ,. year ago and ably their last some ,
of roads would other promotion.
building some good oD
time to come, as they expect this
Purchased the West place, have a son,
make Bradford one of the foremost Later-Mr. Wainwright has been
week to be transferred to another eooco.
Rassel1..c. Dowell who has been a
counties of the state in population and promoted to sergeant. Good luck to
receive the finishing
since last training to
lumber of the U. S. Navy camp .
.oco.o&Oco..oco
November. tuches before going to France. wealth. --- you, sergeant ; OIIO


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: F.rc 000 GGGC"c' 0000 HIGHER PRICED LABOR AND ITS THE OPPORTUNITY OF THE iNDUSTRIOUS MEETING OF STOCKMEN TICK ERADICATION. of beef, milk and butter.
By
E' RESULTS. SMALL FARMER.The GAINESVILLE. the cattle the tick dipP lr
1 goes out
and the
COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS 4J --- -. cash comes in.
The following shows the counties
: i The result is going to be that we war is going to.make two commodities GAIXESVILLE.-Perhaps the larg- getting ready for the work of eradicating "'---

t .i..t . are going to have to materially increase very high-priced-labor and est and most enthusiastic gathering of cattle ticks: Piles Cured In c to 14 Dan -

the wages of Southern farm la- foodstuffs. The farmer who has to I stockmen ever held in Alachua coun- : Cattle Your druggist will r: If
truck growers Vats Vats PUQ
Escambia Count-A have ad- hire much labor therefore is not going ty met at the court house I OINTMENT fans to nreasfrf
;. association has been organized for this bor. And if crop prices so I Tuesday.The County Dipped Built Now Blind.BleedmgorProtiudmgPie"Byjjj$ ,
vanced as to justify it, we ought to do to profit so much by the war, while membership was made up of delegates I Inspected July Used The application eivri Ease tad Reft J

county. it, says the Progressive Farmer. We the farmer who has to buy food and appointed at the several district Brevard ______ 25 0 1 -

even question the morality and Christianity feed-depending in a 64 per cent increase meetings held the past week, and the Bradford ______ 250 2 5 EDGAR

Osceola County-All pigs delivered of trying to keep the poor man in cotton values to cover a 108 purpose of the meeting was to gb be- Citrus ________ 136 l 1 EYES

fa: to members of the boys' pig club are who has only the muscle God gave him per cent increase in corn prices and a fore the board of county commmis- Clay __________ 240 0 Optician rei, .

k: doing nicely and have proven satisfac- for support from getting the most the 139 per cent increase in wheat pricesis sioners and ask for an appropriationto Duval ____1221 2 17 51 I| JACKSONVILLE .FLA

I, t.'. tory. world's market will give him for it. not only not going to profit by the be used in the erection of dipping' Escambia----____1575' 1 33 Broker Lenses

, \, We ought to face the competition of war, but on the contrary may be bank vats in the campaign to rid the coun- Hillsborough- __ 0 19 Same Duplicated
Some of the far- other sections not by taxing and mob- rupted by it. The luckiest man of all, ty of cattle ticks. Day asA Rttitvtd ,
E Jackson County- Holmes --_____ 0 5 Spetialiu onn I aden we p
mers in this county have begun mak- bing "labor agents" but by treatingour relatively speaking, is going to be he County Agent W. E. Brown was Lake _________1762 1 35 I'; ICO w.roRSYni n gy

t ing sorghum syrup. The prospect for own labor so fairly that it will be who doesn't hire labor, dt buy food chairman of the meeting and S. G. Lee ---_______1256 1 12
is good. willing to stay with us. and feed. Gay of Trenton, was secretary. Dr. H.
the sorghum crop very Manatee ______ 0 4
We ought also to recognize the fact In other words, there is going to bea A. Smith of the Federal government Nassau ______ 150 0 5

Citrus County-The county commis- that the scarcity of labor is going to golden opportunity for the indus- explained the work of the organization. Orange -_______ 896 3 25 H
trious enterprising small farmer who .
into much improvedmachinery ,
force using
for us Palm Beach ___ 189
, sioners have made a levy to pay heretofore neglected. Moreover has children of the same sort and who Mr.: B. F. Williamson, of the Inter- 1 2 .
," work of tick eradica- I Polk ---------- 5 29
. the preliminary "lives at home and boards at the state Jacksonville 1
if the labor to make the cotton same stockyards, was St. Lucie ______ 0 .
I tion. I crop leaves or secures higher pay, this place." He is the man who is now go- present and addressed the meeting Santa Rosa ___ 726 4 I

, r' I will mean higher prices for the cot- ing to have the best chance of his life showing the imperative necessity of Sumter ______ 377 2 0 9 R j
I ( excellent crop to something ahead. This is the ridding our of the 3
Taylor County-An ton, thus repaying in greater or less get county cattle tick. Volusia _______ 50 0
, of cotton will be made in this county degree the man who hires highpricedlabor year he should resolve to save some- He said that the eradication of the tick Walton ____ 253 1 5
: in spite of the boll weevil. Twothirdsof ; while the man who has labor in thing-save every cent possible-and would add from five to twelve to the Washington--- ___ 13 HARDWAREW

I the farmers are burning the fallen his own family will get all the advan- : if he doesn't own a home, at least value.. .of every cow, .in. the county, and 0 3
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squares. of higher-priced labor without make a start toward getting one. mat because r loriaa cows are not
tages
! Total _____9086
l Ys s -r any of the disadvantages of payiug As a matter of fact, it is time for us free from ticks Florida dealers are not E'ery'at-- in 20 237 W

[' Pasco County-A number of far- out money for it. In fact, if we had all to realize that the labor shortage is permitted to sell a pound of beef to vats and more put cattle now means more
dipped. Cattle
, mers who have made good with cotton not had a cheap labor race in the going to bring some blessings in its the government for its soldiers in en- that are dipped show free of ticks and A

I i this year are organizing and preparing South-in other words, if we had had train. Farm labor has always com- campment. Thus it can readily be seen improved in growth and flesh.
the in Northernand manded smaller! wages in the South how much the state is losing, and no They
I to gin the cotton, and to plant extensively to pay wages paid show glossy coats and
good condition.
1, next season. Western state-cotton would very than in any other part of the county.In time should be lost in getting at the Cattle dipped R
I regularly 14
days
1909 the monthly work. every
wage
probably have'sold for at least a one- average
! l< of the male farm laborers in the South motion of will go through the winter strong and
fourth more every year we have madea I Upon Mr. Z. C. Herlong
" Escambia County-Since the rains crop. So if labor now advances in Atlantic states was only $18.76 and in | was agreed to ask the county commissioners vigorous. Owners who see that their E

began in July, the boll weevils are increasing prices, the man who hires labor will the South Central states $20.27, whilein for a two mill tax for the erad- cattle are put through the vat will overcome -
i in the cotton. A few to a great extent the winter
rapidly probably find compensation in increased the North Atlantic and North Cen- ication of ticks and hog cholera-two-
. fields were still free the first of the prices, while the farmer who tral states the average exceeded $30, thirds for the ticks and one-third for death sell rate heretofore suffered. Cattle C. Jones
month. by the head and by the pound.
I works with his own hands will natur- and in the Western states reached cholera.
More cattle
l $44.35. Wages of course have mater- and pounds the more cash.
l. ally fare better than ever before. Ticks make less Starke Florida
i Palm Beach County-Arrangements This does not mean, of course, thatit ially increased since 1909, but the fig- ARE CASTOR BEANS POISON? cattle and pounds

! have been made with some of the pays any class of employers to advance ures given are still effective as indi- -
!1 in the county to publish a arbitrarily without rea- cating the relative difference in the -
; newspapers wages Inquiries have been received at the UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I STATE COLLEGE for
! r- "want" and "for sale" list free for the son or rhyme. It does mean that if sections. University of Florida experiment sta- WOMEN
farmers of the county. the law'of supply and demand brings Now Southern farm labor is not only tion relative to the poisonous natureof GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEECollege

,, r about increased wages there will be going to get more hereafter, but the castor bean. Most of these High, Moral, Intellectual Standards of the Highest Rank

. compensation in the form of increased wages here are likely to be brought be answered by reference to W.can A. Liberal Arts, Law, Agriculture, Engineering Liberal Arts, Education, Music, Ex.
tin a
!j f Jackson County-About 150,000 crop prices. It is also interesting to nearer on a parity with wages in oth- Henry's "Feeds and Feeding," which Education, Graduate School. pression, Physical Education, Art,
have
! cans and half as many glass jars sections. The before the Home Economics
find that the profit-sharing idea is be- er year war says: Send for Catalogue and ViewsA.
I been sold to farmers in this county to win farm started foreign immigrants came into Write for Catalogue and Views
r ginning approval
among "The A.
castor bean MURPHREE
;, this season to take care of the surplus employers as well as city em- the United States at the rate of 100- and the pomace EDW. CONRADI,
among
remaining after the
fruit-and vegetables. ployers. OOOa month; last year at the rate of oil has been ex- President. President
tracted contain
a deadly poison. Cas-
. only 25,000 a month. In other words
,. Brevard County-All of the cattle the incoming foreign labor has been tor beans or pomace accidentally get- ---- ,
BOUGHT PINHOLSTER FARM ting into feedstuffs sometimes cause r. .
' into the county as a decreased 75 per cent right at the
brought
and hogs mysterious deaths. Carnivan reports 1\ 1\
time when the demands of Northern .
i result of the recent purchasing trip
,I A deal was closed a few days ago factories and mlils for labor have that exposing castor-oil cake to the i
are giving complete The satisfaction demand for to this the whereby John C. Cone, of Lawtey, be- been greatly increased. air for five or six days or cooking the BE PATRIOTIC and make 4
new owners. seeds or cake for two hours ,
; came owner of the D. W. Pinholster destroysthe

stock exceeded the supply. I farm at Brooker. This is regarded as GROW CROPS THAT WILL KEEP poison.
.MONEY
one of the best farm properties in Castor bean pomace is a byproductof i at one and the i'';

. Escambia County-A recent canvass I Bradford county. Mr. Cone has been castor oil factories. Its chief use
\ among a few farmers located buyers engaged in the furniture and hardware From the beginning of the more is for fertilizing purposes. It is generally -

i for at least two carloads of Texas I business at Lawtey for several years, food campaign, The Progressive Far- less rich in plant food, constitu- same time.

Herefords. One man who is just open- but Florida farming is becoming so mer has been emphasizing the "advice, ents than cottonseed meal containing 4 t

: ing up a three hundred acre farm will profitable that he could not resist the "Grow non-perishable products. More about 5.5 per cent of nitrogen, 2 percent I 9,

;! buy a carload of Hereford cows. temptation to take a hand at it. city people have gardens than ever of phosphoric acid and 1 per cent t ,
before, and the market for perishable of potash. I The
I __ war critics all tell us that the question of who i
\ vegetables this year is likely to be
a Clay County Many of the farmers ALACHUA'S FIRST BALE. poorer rather than better than usual. BIG CORN FIELDS IN FLORIDA. : i will win this war is largely a matter of which side keeps :

; are selecting their seed corn in the But exactly the contrary is likely to i : up a full supply of food the longest. I

, field. More than five hundred cattle From the Gainesville Sun it is learned be true of all non-perishable productsnext -
I ;31 Every farmer be .
can a patriot and make at !
,f ". were dipped in one week and some of that the first bale of sea island cot- fall and winter. Whatever kind We saw a gentleman from Green money
the farmers are running their horses ton from the 1917 crop in Alachua of produce that can be carried over for Cove Springs. He informed us that : I one and the same time by taking care of his swine I

; through the vats to clean the ticks off county was ginned in Gainesville Monday sale after frost-all kinds of dried that he had just planted 1,000 acres to j herd. Don't let them starve for lack of pasturage, anddon't

l. them. morning and at once shipped by. beans and peas; potatoes, both sweet corn down there and that every ear let them die from cholera through failure !j.
J.I express to Gordon & Company, of Sav and Irish; canned goods, dried fruits, of it would be fed into cattle and hogs. I to vaccinate i _

Alachua County-The principal cattle annah. The cotton was bought in small winter vegetables, etc.-will bring a This sounds like Illinois! He also in time. The cholera is very prevalent in '

owners in every community in the : lots by the Tucker Grocery Company, good price. Let's be sure to raise an said that they had large cribs of corn 'I I Bradford county now and.a delay may mean the loss I. .,?

. county are manifesting a deep inter of Gainesville, and the price paid was abundant variety of the perishable in good condition that had been prod of your hogs. I '

; est in the matter of tick eradication. 25 cents per pound for the seed cot- vegetables for our own families an L duced on the same ground. Thousandacre I I :'t_

The county commissioners have been ton. then raise several times enough of the fields are none too plentiful even i If you are not convinced that vaccination with serum I ';
I
asked for an appropriation to begin foods that can be kept in cold weatherso in Kansas and Nebraska. It is necessary i : and virus is a sure preventive inquire of I
the preliminary work. BIRDS PROTECT GROWING CROPS as to have a surplus to sell next to treat cribs of corn, however, t : some one
,
,- winter. to insure them against weevil. It is who has had his hogs treated with Inter-State Vaccine I !

'- better at once to embark on the inten- ''I i Company's serum and virus. More than 2500 hogs :
:. Iadison County-Since the summer The protection of bird life DON'T HOG YOUR CORN. sive methods of farming, distributionand !
as
a war i have been treated in the four
rains have begun to fall regularly, the past months and not a
measure will be preservation of The .
rigidly enforced in price
crops.
i I"
1 i boll weevil damage is becoming apparent this of special treatment I complaint has come from shy of the hundred '
; county by G. B. Snell, the federal "Hogging" your corn is an easy and of soils and prod- : one or
and the
I I farmers are realizing bird warden. Mr. Snell is now posting simple way to feed it. While this ucts is no drawback-all well informed more farmers who have used the Inter-State serum
for the first time that the cotton
I will be almost a failure. The crop warnings printed on cloth banners and method of harvesting a corn crop i is agriculturists know that if the need I I and virus. II'
present
I furnished by the National Association for fertilizer is a demerit then hunger I :
, indications that much less than growing in favor in some of the I
are of Audubon Societies for Protectionof in man is also mark of fitness. The I
Northern states, the University of i
I half a normal yield can be expected Wild Birds and Animals. A habit of raping virgin soils of their ; -
' communication Florida is not advising it for Florida i
I i was received by Mr. Snell Corn matures in Florida at a time surface fertility and then passing in i INTER-STATE VACCINE COMPANY I
: Madison County-A new silo has from the association of Audubon So- when many other cheaper feeds are to other virgin lands to skin and leave ,

y just been completed for the Purity cieties requesting: him to post these available.If barren with a supply of fertilizer isa ; Kansas City Mo. t

Dairy and Stock Farm. Mr. Smith, warnings in public places and to exercise you have been following the rec habit of the wold-an instinct of the I '

. the owner, has twelve hundred acres unusual diligence in the protec- ommendations made by the extension aborigine. The failure to locate the i ; See T. H. Halligan at Bank of Starke I.
in this farm and! intends to raise practically tion of wild bird and game life. The division in bulletin No.7, you now potential resources of such lands as 1
'" all the feed for his herd of Holstein fact those of Florida \"" -
is
was brought out in this communication have beggarweed and cowpeas avail a just punishmentupon -
, ; cattle and Duroc-Jersey hogs. that the protection of wild able for pasture crops, have planted the man who has habitually robbed ''1
"<
. birds was very important as a war sweet potatoes, and are getting readyto virgin sails and does not under- r

Santa Rosa County-At'a meeting measure because wild birds destroyed plant Essex rape. The sorghum I I. stand that when you draw on fertility :

I. in Juniper August 3, a livestock breed many forms of insects that were and cowpeas planted in July will be you must replace with fertilizer to IIi'

ing association was organized to be destructive to plant life. In other ready for feeding in September and keep your soil up. Whenever people ['

. F known is the Juniper Livestock Asso words to protect the wild birds is just! October. Your peanuts, chufas and come to realize this there will be no LMr

ciation. The breeds of stock will be another way to conserve the country's cassava planted in April and May will more disparagement of Florida lands 'I Farmer

decided on at a later meeting. food supply.-Palm Beach Sun. furnish hog pasture for the last three because we have sense enough here to 11

-.- months.of the )-ear._The rape and barley keep them up with fertilizer while

Manatee County-A large part of I BILLION BUSHELS dF WHEAT' will be reedy for feeding in De growing other lands prodigious crops twice where i
cember, and if are worked but once. I
planted in sufficient
the corn grown this season will be NEXT YEAR. Fear .r
treated for weevils. Farmers all over i quantity will carry your,hogs well into not to attempt the raising of I
corn in Florida i!
with
even more confi- '
:, the county are beginning to get their April. dence Have
than of.
can have in Kansas-
Corn is selling too high the you thought }
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corn cribs ready so the weevils may D. C., Aug. 15.-The on mar provided do it right.-Jacksonville you ,
be killed. A carload of lime has been production of over one billion bushelsof ket just now to make it a profitablehog you .

ordered co-operatively by several far- wheat and over eighty-three million feed, and hogging it down is not Energy. 1
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i mers. This will be used for liming bushels of rye, through the plantingof to be recommended.BAY I H SILO f feed '
to
I r land and for spray purposes. 47,337,000 acres to winter wheat a save 'I:!
and of 5.131,000 acres to rye this fall VIEW DIPPING VAT. ,
is the immediate The Beauty Secret.
I war agricultural ,3
Palm Beach A
County- recapitulation ,
program for the nation announced today In our account of the dedication ofa which
, .of the accounts of the Boynton otherwise
by David F. Houston Ladies desire that irresistible might I 1
I Growers and Shippers Association, Secretary of new dipping vat in our issue of August :

i! which markets tomatoes exclusively, Agriculture. This record winter wheat 3rd, it was said that the vat i is charm-a good
! acreage, an increase of 18 per cent over located on the Joe Prevatt farm. The
shows that the total expense for each complexion. Of
crate after it reached the packing last year, would yield 672,000,000 land on which it is located is owned by course to ? IIJt
bushels if the for they do not wish others waste I
house was thirty-four cents. This included average yield the T. F. Mansell, who donated it for the ,1.-- go

t rent, telegrams, crate material, past ten years is equaled or under a benefit of the community. llr.Ian- (/I to know a beautifier ,

selling cost, packing and grading, etc., repetition of the favorable conditionsof sell is one of the few who designates ; 1f has been used so they Ii.

and is considered a remarkablygood 1914 .would give 880,000,000 bush his homestead by a name, and it i is buy a bottle of It's almost
record. els. In either case with a spring: crop known as "Bay View Farm," and j is: as important as a 1\I -
of wheat next year equal to that of about 2 1-2 miles.southwest of Starke.

FIXING THE PRICE FOR COTTON 1915, the nation will have more than During the first ten days after the Magnolia Balm Dipping Vat.

PICKING. one billion bushels .of wheat for domestic dedication of the vat between 800 and LIQUID FACE POWDER I
l use and export. 900 head of cattle were dipped which '
and UM according to simple directiona. Impron.Dlent ,
r This vastly increased production of shows the interest in which tick erad ti noticed at once Soothini,cooling and ;
f : According to a card published in the wheat, needed in any case, will be absolutely ication is held as well as the great Kfreahing. Heala Sunburn atopa Tan.

Gainesville Sun the cotton growers of essential to prevent a serious number of cattle owned in that sec Pink, WA/fc.R.RJ. Quigley Lumber and
LaCrosse met last Saturday and fixed shortage of breadstuffs next summer tion. ySadDr.yyrborfromail Jind., S Supply Co. !

the price that they will pay for cotton I should the growing corn, now behind Sample (either color) for 2c. Stamp. JI"

picking at $1.50 per hundred pounds the season, be much damaged by early Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell Lion Mfc.Co", 40 South Fifth St..Brooklyn N.Y. Starke, Fla.

until further action by the association. frosts. ,everybody. Advertise. i I'',
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FRIDAY,. AUGUST 17, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK FLORID PAGE SEVEN



MISSION WARMLY retailers, to regulate method of sale, LEMONS MAKE SKIN + + + + + + + + + t'Pl' + + + + I according to law. lax deed will issue thereon
the 3rd of A. D. 1917.
'on day September
, WELCOMED TO UNITED STATES FOOD CONTROL shipment and distribution among deal WHITE SOFT AND CLEAR LEGAL NOTICES of' Witness my official signature and seal this

ers and consumers, and to requisitionand + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I the 25th day of July A. D. 1917.
B mines other fa- W. T. WEEKS.
' WASHINGTON, Aug. 13.-A Japanese operate or coaling Make This Beauty Lotion ForA NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE. (BeaD I Clerk.
! BILL HAS PASSED cilities.A Notice i is hereby !ten that on the 15th day By R. A. WEEKS.;:
" mission to the United States arrived system of federal licensing of all Few Cents and See For of September A. D. 19!", I. the undersigned 27-5t.. Deputy Clerk.
Pacific port today and proclaimed ta Guardian for Vascoe D. Alvarez and Calista
at a offi- agencies related to the production, Yourself.What D. Alvarez minor heirs of the estate of V. L.
that its members came transportation and distribution of the Alvarez deceased will apply to the Honorable NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
""as comrades in a gigantic BOTH HOUSESHERBERT George A. Gardiner County Judge of Bradford UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888
cially which involves the libertiesand designated necessaries also is provided girl or woman hasn't heard of County Florida in probate, at his office in LAWS OF FLORIDA.

itruggle and rigid provisions against hoard- lemon juice to remove complexion Starke. Florida. on the date above mentionedfor purchaser Hereby notice of is given that Louis H. Hill
sacred rights of mankind. tax sale certificates numbered
the order to sell at private sale. the following -
here declared Viscount K. ing, speculation and monopolization blemishes; to whiten the skin and to an described real estate belonging to the respectively 64 and 65 issued by the Tax Collector -

"We are extraordinary and established, under heavy penalties. bring> out the roses, the freshness and estate of V. L. Alvarez deceased and above 'said certificates for Bradford County Florida. each of
Ijhii, ambassador HOOVER APPOINTED Farmers from hoard named minor heirs. said land lying and being being dated the 3rd day of
responding to an ad- are exempted the hidden beauty? But lemon juice in the County of Bradford and State of Florida August. A. D. 1914 has filed said certificates
plenipotentiary ing provisions.The alone is acid therefore in my office. and has made application for
and
welcome from the mayor, "as FOODADMINISTRATORPROSECUTION irritating, to-wit: tax deed
to
dress of bill also authorizes the Presi- should be mixed with orchard white LoUand 1. 2. 3. 4. 9. 10. 11, 12, of Bloek! Four 'rhe said issue certificates in accordance with law
representatives of Japan, on a mis- Iota 1. 2. 3. 4. 9. 10. 11. 12. of block Three J respectively embrace
the of friendship and good will. We I dent to requisition, for military or this way. Strain through a fine cloth ; all i of said lots being in J. G. Al\arez8 addi- the ida following asMtsol lands in Bradford Co'lnlY. .:or.
the
lion allies in common cause." OF DEALERS WHO public defence needs, all necessaries the; juice of two fresh lemons into a tion to Town of Starke. Florida. Also the following cert-fcale: ir et the date names of the issutn- o{ rurli
a to-wit Begin at south- pecti.-'y herein
as described land. :
come
Tonight he adverted to this nation's SPECULATE IN FOODSTUFFSIS named, and to guarantee reasonable bottle containing about three ounces west corner of Lafayette and Adams streets after particularly set forth to-wit:

and its meaning to Japan. prices to producer and consumer, to of orchard white, then shake well and in the Town of Starke. Florida. and run sub Certificate.division No.of 64 embraces lot 4 in Ott'a
East
war panoply EXPECTED. buy and sell fuel wheat flour meal southerly along the west side of Adams street Lawtey assessed Wm.
to be here you have a whole quarter pint of skin Williams.
glad in
"We are particularly 210 feet for a point of beginning thence
at this time," he said, "when all i beans and.potatoes. The bill also authorizes and complexion lotion at about the the san l: direction 265 feet to lands of S. A. sub-division M. Smith. of East Lawtey. assessed David

: I just America is showing a courage, patrio- WASHINGTON, Aug. 10. After the President to requisite and cost one usually pays for a small jar L. Ry., thence North of Tompsett 83 degrees land west.thence 425 Unlws raid certificates shall b! redeemed
line
and whole-hearted zeal. more than a hundred days since the operate any factory, packing house, of ordinary cold cream. Be sure to feet North to on east East line of said land 379 feet to according to law. tax deed will issue thereon

tism, energy is interested in declaration of war against Germany, mine or oil pipe line, at just compen- strain the lemon juice so no pulp gets south line of J. G. Alvarez's addition to on Witness the 3rd day official of September. A. D. 1917.
your my
Naturally Japan signature and seal this
:'' preparations. We are glad to see Herbert Hoover, who gained a world- sation, for military or public defense into the bottle, then this lotion will remain J.Starke G. Alvarez's* thence easterly addition.on and said parallel South line to Lafayette of the 25th day of July A. D. 1917.

Not a sensible person in Japan wide reputation as the head of the uses.Regulation pure and fresh for months. When I street 557 feet or thereabouts. to pointof (Seal) W. T. WEEKS.
them. commission for the relief of of grain and other food the beginning containing three and sixty-one cerk
in preparations butt Belgium, applied daily to face, neck, arms, .. By R. A. WEEKS.
anything your land
I hundreds less said being -
I more or
sees acres.
stuff markets .
benefit to both.countries in the was formally appointed food adminis- to prevent injurious and hands it should help to bleach, situated in the Southwest Quarter of the South '- Deputy Clerk.

great trator for the United States, under speculation or undue enhancement of clear, smoothen and beautify the skin. west Quarter of Section 28. Township 6, South
'I future. prices is another conferred Range :::2 East and bounded on the north byJ. TOWN TAX NOTICE.
the new food control bill which pass- power up- Any druggist will supply three oun-
of welcome began Notice is
the East
hereby .
The real ceremonies G. Alvarez's addition to Starke. on given that the following described -
at the landing place. Masses of ed the. Senate in its final passage on the food administration throughthe ces of orchard white at very little cost by the West side of Adams street if extended lands will be sold at Public Auction

arms" lined the Thursday, and was signed by Presi- President. and the grocer has the lemons. ((99) on the South by land of S. A. L. Ry.. and on on the First Monday in September 1917. it
troops at "present Another clause inserted the Senate the West by land better known as the Geo. being the :3rd day of said month at Starke.in .
dent Wilson this afternoon. The by
street while the Japanese anthem was appointment Tompsett lands. the County of Bradford. State of Florida.or .
Viscount Ishii made his was made immediately following after much criticism of allegedsale MRS. J. F. SIEGEL. so much thereof as will be necessary to
When
played. the signature of the president by members of the advisory commissioners Guardian for Vaecoe D. Alvarez and Calista pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite -
of allegiance and friend- AKarez the together with .
declaration same. the cost of
4:'
became thunderousas being placed on the bill. of their own products to CHURCH DIRECTORY. A. V. LONG and E. M. JOHNS. such sale and advertising -

ship the cheering The American government today as- the government, prohibits all federal G Attorneys for Guardian. 8.17.5t. Mrs. Carrie Mills-Lots 2 4 6 and frational
the crowd caught the significanceof from BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, lots A and B. BIk 35. Johns add to
soliciting inducing
agents or con-
sumed control of the country's food
his utteranceS, and the viscount pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Starke-S17.40.
tracts with the in which
supply through the appointment of government OF CHAPTER 4888 SILAS KITE.
who had been reading in a moderatetone Sunday morning service, 11:00 4 UNDER SECTION 8 8-3- .
<" Marshal and Collector.
interested.
they OF FLORIDA.
Hoover and the signing of the food are LAWS
continued in o'clock service '
from his manuscript, ; Sunday evening Notice is herAy given that B. E. Hall. purchaser -
vigorous tones: control bill. 7:00 B. Y. P. U., Sunday even- of Tax Certificate No. 180. dated the TOWN TAX NOTICE.
is neither the time In a statement Hoover set forth the STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN ing, 6:45; Wednesday evening 5th day of July. A. D. 1915. has filed said certificate Notice i is hereby given that the following.
"This, perhaps, aims of the administration and declares WILL HAVE NEW DORMITORY :I service 7 o'clock. in my office. and has made applicationfor described lands will be sold at Public Auctionon
prayer Everybody -
for detailed expositionof with law. the First
nor the place a tax deed to issue in accordance Monday in September. 1917. it
the plans and hopes which have inspired the purposes of the food admin- '5' cordially invited to attend. 4' Said certificate embraces the following described being the 3rd day of said month at Lawtey.

mission he said. "It is istration will be to establish and not Structure To Cost $90,000 When It Is 4' property situated in Bradford county Florida in the County of Bradford. State of Florida
our 4' 4' to-wit: or so much thereof as will be necessary to
sufficient that you see in our presence disturb conditions, and that every effort Ready For Occupancy. 4' EPISCOPAL Dr. M. M. Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter of pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite -
of will be made to correct price Fryer Sec. 25. Tp. 7. S. R. 21 E.. 40 acres. the same. together with the cost of
here this atternoon Japan's pledge 4' in charge. Sunday school, The said land being assessed at the date of such sale and advertising.
abuses.
loyalty to the principles for which TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 15.-The 4' 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and Q the issuance of such certificate in the name Major Bell-That portion of Block 26. East
has thrown down the of I, He also stated that drastic measures 4' o'clock $ I of N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shall Lawtey. fronting 100 ft on Starke- and
America gage board of control conferred with the sermon, 11 ; evening prayer -
will not be attempted until it is be redeemed according to law tax deed will Lawtey road. 25 5 22 $2.45.
seen
battle. board of state institutions and have 4' and sermon, 7 o'clock; choir rehearsal 3 issue tlereon on the 10th day of Sept. A. Green Irvin-Lot 16, Ott's subdivision East

"We shall proceed to Washington, II that the purposes of the food administration succeeded in making available funds 4' 7 o'clock, Wednesday 4' I D. 1917. Lawtey. 23 5 22 $un.
cannot be accomplished 4) evening. Come and with C. H. Kettles-Block 50 in East Lawtey.
carrying to your great president andto for the building of a new dormitoryand worship Witness my official signature and seal this 26 5 22 $4.3
through; constructive co-operation with us. < > the 9th day of July A. D. 1917.
the American people a message of educational building at the State SS, W. T. WEEKS R. F. Martin-Diagonal lot 7 nn<* 3'j acre
confidence and cheer. It is food producing and distributing agen- 4' < Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County. Fla. in Sec. 26, Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E. in Town of
fraternity, College for Women the to
dormitory 4 METHODIST-T. L. Z. Barr, Lawt..y 26 5 22 J6.45.
R. A. WEEKS.
our ambition if that were necessaryto cies."The cost $40,000 and the educational build- By James Robinson-Blocks 46 and 49. East Law.ley .
the very existence of corrective 4 pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. 7-13-61. (SEAL) Deputy Clerk. 26 5 22 11.80.Mrs. .

impress once more upon peo- will tend to check speculationand ing $50,000. Work of building will 4 m. Preaching every Sunday at M. Padgett-Block 9, East Lawtey
of America the solemn fact that powers NOTICE OF APPLICATIOV FOR TAX DEED
the 23 5 22
ple start after I $1.30.
as soon possible
Japan stands with you, heart and soul, price inflation," said Mr. Hoover. as <$> 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer <8> UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 i Marion Sams-Blocks 41 and 45. East Law-
plans are approved. 4' meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 LAWS OF FLORIDA. tey 26 $1.80.
in your lofty purpose to make this Believing that the war will reduce' 4' o'clock. Junior Epworth League $ Hereby notice is given that T. J. Alderman. L. L. SAPP.
world the abiding place of liberty, jus- purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered 8-3-51. Marshal and
Collector.
Washington, Aug. 11.-The food attendance at the University of Flor- ,
respectively! 17. 87, 105 and 1S9 issued by the
tice and fair play. control bill establishes, during the idafi Gainesville, this fall, it was decided 4' Epworth League Sunday evening 4' Tai Collector for Bradford County, Florida

"In this crisis of the world's affairs, war, broad government control over to postpone building there for 4' each of said certificates being dated July 5th NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
A $
at C:45.; cordial invitation is
A. D. has filed said certificates in UNDER SECTION OF
the allies 1915. my 8 CHAPTER
roud to call ourselves 4888
we are i foods, feeds, fuel, fuel oils, naturalgas the present, but as seventy-five girls extended to all to worship with <> office and has made application for tax deed LAWS OF FLORIDA.

of the great American republicand fertilizer and its ingredients, more than can be accommodated at the us. <8s > to issue in accordance with law. The said Notice is hereby given that G. P. Dover,

we are honored by your trust and tools utensils and equipment required woman's college have applied for res- certificates respectively embraces the following purchaser of tax certificate No. 82. dated the
>
lands in Bradford County Florida assessed at 3rd day of August A. D. 1914. has filed aid
good will"A for the actual production of all such ervations, it was voted to begin build- 6> PRESBCTERIAN C. H. 4' the date of the issuance of such certificates certificate in my office and has made application -

banquet was tendered the mission products, designated "necessities." ing the dormitory as soon as possible $ Abernathy, pastor. Sunday 3 in the names respectively hereinafter particularly for tax deed to ifsue in accordance with
set forth. to-wit: law. Said certificate embraces the following
tonight by resident Japanese. In establishing government control, there. A resolution authorizing the $ school, 9:45 a. m. Preaching ev- Certificate No. 17 embraces the Southwest described property situated in Bradford coun-

the bill authorizes the President to en- college authorities to give Florida .'?> Sunday mornin gat 11 Sunday 3> Quarter of Northeast Quarter. See. 10. Tp. E. ty. Florida. twit s
GERMANS LEAVE INFERNAL ery ; S. R.- 20 E., 40 acres, assessed Unknown. SW; of SW*/. See. 10. Tp. 6. S. R. 19
ROUTED ter into voluntary arrangements girls the preference girls from
any over q- evening at 7:30. Prayer 4' Certificate No. 87 embraces SVj of lot 2 or E.. 40 acres. The said being assessed at the
"TORTOISES" BEHIND.In create or us any agency or agencies, other states, provided the girls from 4' meeting Wednesday evening at 3 Southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter. Sec. date of issuance of such certifiacet in the name

to accept services of any person without out of Florida had not already begun 7:30 o'clock. Visitors cordially 26.known.Tp. 6. S. R. 18 E.. 40 acres assessed Un of Unless Unknown.said certificate shall be redeemed

intensely interesting illustrated ; compensation, to co-operate with their courses, was passed. 4' invited to worship with us. <$> Certificate No. 105 embraces Lots 3 and 4 according to law. tax deed will issue thereon

an any agency or person, to utilize any 4, 4, of block 19 in Worthington assessed Unknown. on the 10th day of September A. D. 1917.
article in the September Popular Certificate No. 189 embraces! W% of Northwest Witness my official signature and seal this
Mechanics Magazine, Lewis R. Free- department or agency of the govern- Quarter of Southwest Quarter. Sec 4. Tp. the 27th day of July A. D. 1917.
ment, and to co-ordinate their activ- 7. S. R. 22 E.. 20 acres assessed James Clark. W. T. WEEKS.
man describes various more or less in- ities. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court.

enious but always diabolical contrivances IR6DENUPPLY CREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER.Has according! to law. tax deed will issue thereon By R. A. WEEKS.
-that the Germans have lately In pursuance of such authorization, been used for all ailments that on the 20th day of August. A. D. 1917. S36t. Deputy Clerk.MAYORS .
President Wilson plans to appoint H. Witness my official signature and seal. this ;
made a practice of leaving in trenches are caused by a disordered stomachand the 10th day of July. A. D. 1917.
:C. Hoover food administrator. Controlf PROCLAMATION.
from which they have been driven by inactive liver, such as sick headache w. T. WEEKS. I. Joe Hill William Mayor of the Town of
other necessaries named be accomplished YOU' (SEAL)
the Allies on the western front. ) may 11i14 constipation, sou** stomach, nervous R. A. WEEKS.7136t Clerk.. Starke. Florida. by virtue of the .l.r-rity
through other agencies. By vested in me by law.. no hrreny eat! an ,.lec
fermentaon food
indigestion of
follows -
described ,
is
Among these one as .The House provision for an individualfood i1i.1 .1. Deputy Clerk. tion to be held at the TOWN HAl.:". in the
: palpitation of the heart caused by gas- a'oresaid town hv :he '|uaiiii"di.t.r" thue-

"An abomination of creased steel, administrator was enacted only es in the stomach. August Flower is ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTIP *T FINAL I i.i. on Tuesday tic! 1'th .!jy (\1 A. tn.iIr
after the President had prevailed upon I SETTLEMENT. ISt?. for the puipoee of ceding the foiYvirts
like one of the famous I. a gentle laxative, regulates digestion :
looking more NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8. officers:
the Senate and House conferees to '!.P.'" ... both in stomach and cleans I tql7. One !
intestines I will Mayor.
ceremonial kava bowls of the Samoans ... 'r". :>t :-. present to the County Judge of
eliminate a Senate amendment inserted ;, (, '' Bradford One Clerk.
have l'.l 't" ana sweetens the stomach and alimen- County. Florida. my final account
than else I even seen, .
anything '
and vouchers of the estate of Calvin Mort. deceased One Marshal and Collector.
two overwhelming votes of 63 to -
has evidently been manufactured in by ,.,,rg 7' (1, /1pt'J tary canal, stimulates the liver to seclde and apply for the approval of same Two Aldermen.
19 and 60 to 23, proposing a board of \H., and for One Assessor.
considerable quantities for no other l J'.iIJ. c: the bile and impurities from the my final discharge as such administrator.
J. Inspectors of said election J. L. Peek F.
to Senate
rood of three subject con- "
purpose than to furnish unpleasant LJ'.od.: 25 and 75 cent bo'V3.! Sold Dated this the 30tb day of March. A. D. P. Shaffer and T. N. Kendrick.In .

surprises to precipitate Tommies The firmation. GARDEN and FIELD] C. P Cason. 1917. testimony whereof. I hereunto subscribe
Comprehensive powers are given in A. Z. 4DKINS. my name. and cause .the seal of the said townto
latter have nicknamed it the 'tortoise'and the bill passed as a war measure, to Administrator of the estate of Calvin Molt de. be hereunto affixed this 8th day of Au
,
learned that like its ceased. Starke. Fla. gust If 17.
until they SEEDSESPECIALLV . S-30-6mo :
assure adequate supply and equitable JOE HILL WILLIAMS.
slow-maving animal prototype, it was Mayor of Town of Starke.
distribution of the named necessaries, IV THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH JUDTCIAL .
unsafe to take liberties with, severalof (SEAL) 8-10-41.
to facilitate their movement; to pre- ADAPTED I STARKE <8> CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IV AND
them the penalty of their cur- FOR BRADFORD COUNTY .
paid 4' FRATERNAL 4' IN CHANTERT.
vent and generally scarcity, DIRECTORY
locally ,
iosity by being injured when it blew FOR YOUR STATE.c 4, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
monopoly, hoarding, injurious speculation AI 4 Fiilelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Under Section 8. IIf Chanter 4868
up as a consequence of their friendly manipulation or private control -FREE.-c 4' F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. Company a corporation LAWS OF FLORIDA.
prods of investigation. In that its i 35. Meets va Hereby notice is given that G. W. Alderman.
distribution and of every second and 3
affecting supply, Iris Borpe et at)
of invites OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATALOG I trchaser of tax sale certificates numbered re-
very strangeness appearance movement. 4' fourth Monday nights. < > To Adam Bowen, of Bristol. Georgia ectijy| 92 and 109. issued by the Trx Col-
attention the tortoise is like the famous AND WEEKLY PRICELIST SJ It i in hereby ordi-red that to the
of the bill fix ,, 4 < > you appear IfCtnr for Bradford Coanty.: Florida. "-eh ofud
Other r
provisions a ..
: TODAY Bill Complaint filed herein; against you and certificates bein dated July 5th. A. D.
horse and the -
Trojan consequences minimum price for wheat beginningnext !" SEND FOR THEM 4 I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. others in the above entitled cause on the 27 day ISIS. bar filed said ccrUicntes in my j'Tic nil

of investigation are, likewise, dis at not less than $2 stan- 4> Meets every Tuesday night. <$> of August. A. D. 1917. and the Bradford rrrnde application .'or tax teed t> la'te in
per
astrous. The least touch to the wob- year EAJ1ARTINSEEDCO.JACKSONVILLE.FLA. 4 County Telegraph i is hrn-by drsirnated as the unniriarcp with law. The .ii i.1 certificate,
dard bushel; provide for coal and coke newspaper in which this order shall be published respectively! embraces the following lands in

bly thing establishes a contact, doubt- price, fixing, commandeering and gov- c{9 4' M. W. of A., Starke Camp. once a week for four consecutive weeks. Bradford county. Florida. assessed at the date

less through fulminate of mercury, on ernment operation of factories and 4' Meets every first and third Wednesday 3> day Witness of July.my A.hand D. 1917.and seal of office this 25th of the issuance of such certificates in the
respectively hereinafter particularly set
I
the in the names
same principle as employed necessaries for 4; nights. < > W. T. WEEKS.
mines producing ; gov- forth to-wit: .
floating mine, which detonated 20 or ernment purchases, sale and requisi- 4 <8j> (Seal clerk. I Certificate No. 92 embraces 2 A in Northwest
30 pounds of explosive with a force By R. A. WEEKS. 'Quarter of Southwest Quarter E of Main stand
tion of various necessaries, and for 4 W. 0. W., All Friends Camp 7-2..5t. Deputy Clerk. I. N. of B. M. Leverett & Co. W of Ry. or

that shattered the thick steel shell- Federal licensing of agencies producing 4 No. 138. Meets every second and blk M. Sec. 28. Tp. 6, S. R. 19 E.. 2 acres

creased as it was like the casing of a and them. 4' fourth Friday nights. < > NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR T4.X: DEED assessed S. R. Estep & Co.
hand grenade-and scattered the frag- handling 8S UNDER SECTION g OF CHAPTER 4888 Certificate No. 109 embraces Lots 1 and 2
The bill appropriates for a fund of 4 < > LAWS OF FLORIDA. lof blk 37 in Worthington Btaesaed Unknown.

ments over a wide area. The menaceof $150,000,000 to be used in its adminis- j It Helps 4, Union Chapel Camp, No. 536, Notice is hereby 1l \t'n that Louis H. Hill. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed
purchaser of according to law, tax deed will issue thereon
the tortoise was over as soon as 4' Tax Certificate No. 54. dated the
tration and $10,000,000 for Federal meet every first and third Friday 5th day of July. A. D. 1915. has filed said cer- : on the 17th day of September, A. D. 1917.
Tommy learned to curb his curiosity.On purchase and sale at cost of fertilizer. can be no doubt 4, nights at Union Chapel. J. A. Ellington tificate in my office and has made application Witness my official signature and seal this
my visit to a collecting depot I was. 4> for tax deed to issue in accordance with law 9th day of August A. D. 1917.
The prohibition provisions, a com- merit of Cardui, Clerk, R. No. 1, Starke. 4' Said certificate embraces the W. T. WEEKS.
described
allowed to 'play' with one of them, promise for "bone dry" prohibition tonic, in 4' <> property situated in Bradford following county -- (SEAL) Clerk.

from which the 'teeth' had been drawn, proposed by the House, prohibit man- of many 4> Visiting brothers are cordially $ Florida to-wit: By R. A. WEEKS.
Lots 5. 6. 9, 10. 11 end 12 in 8-10-St Deputy Clerk.
Woodlawn.
and I must confess that the weird roly peculiar to
distilled 4' invited to attend these ,
of
ufacture and importation meetings. Sec. 13. Tp. 5, S. R. 22 E.. 60 acres. The said --- -
poly thing might well exercise consid- liquors for beverages during the war, The thousands 4' 4 land being assessed at the date of the issuanceof Read the Bradford County 'Tele-

erable it fascination for the first upon time.one encountering One feels- authorize the President to suspend and the H.H.There by who Cardui have in been the Unlesg such certificate said certificate in the name hall of fc Unknown.e redeemed I graph-the home paper.Straw .

fermented
manufacture of malt, years, is conclu-
that he has to and giveit
simply go up vinuous liquors or to limit their alcoholic that it is a

a shove with the toe of his boot, justto content and "authorizes and directs for women mfwwwunnntwItft

watch it wobble, the very action the President, in his discretion, It should

calculated to make it 'put up back'and to commandeer distilled beverages in too.

'fly to pieces.' bond or stock when necessary for re- 1
"The usefulness of tortoise was TakeCARDU
the
distillation into alcohol for military or
over just the Tommy .......
as soon as wary to
other public defense purposes or
ceased stroking its back with his bay- Hats

onet and instead began hailing its appearance conserve Congressional foodstuffs.leaders understandthe 2

with hand grenades hurled I IThe
President does not intend to commandeer -
from distance and the
a respectful distilled spirits or to curtail OFF

wily Teuton was forced to rack hisbrain their consumption unless military exi-
"
to devise still 'subtlety.
deeper
The so-called Smoot
gencies require.
_
amendment, directing Federal purchase Woman's Tonic
GET READY. I I of distilled beverages in bond at + +


moult Xow or is the shed time their that feathers.your hens This will cost inated.plus 10 per cent profit, was elim- Hixson Mrs. ,N.Tenn.E. Varner, writes, of: Summer SiltsJ. :


process is rather slow and Nature In lieu of House provisions author-I. "I was passing throughthe

should be assisted. B. A. Thomas' izing the food administration to fix.: My back and

Poultry Remedy will help your hens to minimum prices for all necessaries, sides were terrible, and

moult, causing them to shed earlier the law provides that the food admin- T my suffering indescriba- T

and be ready to lay when eggs are itration shall fix a minimum price for w ble. I can't teU just how

higher in the winter. If this remedy I wheat alone. Until May, 1, 1918, the and where 1 hurt, aboutall

does not make good, we will.-D. C.Jones. .I bill provides that the basic price shall over: I think I
Cardui and _
began my
,
Starke Aug. 310172131. be less than $2 bushel based
not per pains grew less and less,
upon No. 1 spring northern at all primary until I ws cured. I ama M. ALVAREZ

Ito QaUna That Does Hot Affect The Head markets. remarkably strong for a

Bectnte of Us tonic and laxative effect. LAXATIVE to control coal prices 64 years cf age.
BR(*MO QUININE is better thlln orUmij ; Sweeping powers 1woman u::;
III1'ane a-o f doet not cat's rrr .r**<*c m: also are provided. The bill authorizes I do all my bousewcrk.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. -:: ,FRIDAY }I.\RCII17. ;
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t .t.. RISING. tinue there will be many thousand of where they have more room and bet- t months school term the corning
j. : : dollars put into circulation.Mr. ter facilities. I The Telegraph represel'tative bJ
and Mrs. V. R. Reddish and :Mr.: Mrs. W. W. Farnell, of Hampton; this section has secured
r: We are having showed every day and Mrs. A.1.. Blanchard went to Springs, was the guest this week of new subscribers lately. a Tem If';:

Green Cove Springs last Sunday in the her mother, Mrs. John Morrell, and are appreciating the valuable-
now.Cotton
News Items picking is on now and help is former's car. other relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Farnell given through its columns, es .
: ; County real scarce. Rev. T. S. Stark was a visitor to will be well remembered in Raiford as' the war news which is given '
Mrs. W. K. Bennett and sons, Cur- Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday. having been residents of the place for I to the time of going to press rigltt.,
tis and Cecil, also Mrs. H. P. Fouts Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Griffis were vis- several years and a hearty welcome always everyone is interested in. ,

1 iBtertttintf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our and son, left Starke last Friday on a itors to Starke Friday. awaits either of them when they ;Mr.: J. X. Langford has been
Regular Correspondents. visit Middleburg with friends and Deputy Sheriff L. L. Sapp was attending find time to visit the old home. sick list for a while, is convalescing Ibe
relatives for a few days. They will to business in Starke Mondayand D. G. Wilkinson, of Flat Ford, was a I Rev. Paul Kendall pastor '
t. go also to Green Cove Springs for a Tuesday. visitor here Saturday of last week. Mr. Methodist church of this of *?.
I. .--- ...s. few days before returning to their Miss Ruth Gill, of Anthony, is visiting Wilkinson is a busy man and does not I;: here last Tuesday: night for jJif Atj i tit

to Starke on business last Mon- homes. Mrs. Fouts will join her husband her sister, Mrs. H. C. Peace, this often get to town. I[, He, has improved a l little in *
trip I liealtW
LONG BRIDGE. a't Brewster and Mrs. Bennett week. She has just returned from Miss Perla Whitten is in Alabama ter a long spell of sickness, lle it

: day.Prof.. J.1.. Groover, of Guilford vill go to Tampa. North and South Carolina where she visiting her sister, Mrs. J. R. Tidwell, j[ recting to undergo a treatment ia I 2"i
revival meeting at the Long school and Prof. R. L. Anderson, of The many friends of Miss Laura spent several weeks with relatives. of Roanoke, Her father went part of !I i hnta, and hopes to return to tk
t The school house was quite a success Roberts school, attended church at Norman are pleased to know she is Messrs. Enoch Griffis and Mike the way with her in his auto and is in I charge in a few weeks. Rev H, Blik!

Bridge five new members being added Sardis last Tuesday night near Worth much improved.Rev. Futch were business visitors to Rai- South Georgia visiting friends.Mr. will conduct the services in hi, 7?

\ church four being by baptism.To ington.W. l ford Wednesday.Mr. Raymond, of Vanderbilt, was sence, both here and Worthington.S
to the McGuire is due much praisefor R. Alderman attended churchat P. M. Riggs will begin a revival J. F. White came over from among the prominent visitors to Rai- Rev Jones will fill in at the RaifmS
Rev. work. We feel that his Little Springs Sunday.Mrs. meeting at the Rising church }wads puB 'Xjunoa enqoBiy up! 'SP dX ford Saturday.Mr. M. E. church. ,
his good quite beneficial in our com- Mary Waters, of near Lulu, the third Sunday night in August and two or three days here with his fam- and Mrs. Clifford Jones and :Mr.: Mr.:: Walter Langford, an old lab
I work was will until the fourth Sunday. Everybody il '. Jones' brother and Miss I Butler
run is
The Christian church was reorganized and children spent the week-end at :. ) Alphonso, boy, at home on a five darf
munity. and Rev. McGuire was call- Worthington with their father father invited to attend. Rev. W. L. Overstreet returned home Anna Vivian Graham made an auto furlough visiting his parents. lit :
There will be preachingat and grandfather Mr. J. D. Douglass.We Mr. and Mrs. George Thornton, of I from Georgia the first part of the this trip to Columbia county last week to listed last April in the medical torai
ed as pastor. Baker county, are visiting Mr. Thorn week. I visit friends. of Uncle Sam's
the Long Bridge school house every are sorry that Mr. and Mrs. I service. He it J!
fourth Sunday of each month beginning Tyre has had to take their children out ton's mother, Mrs. I.; S. Smith, this Lawtey Camp No. 159, W. 0. W. Mon. H. W. P.aiford, State Prison II stationed at Atlanta, Ga., attached-U
I \ the fourth Sunday fo this of school for we sure miss them. week. met at the hall Tuesday evening and Inspector, was in town Saturday and company B, 17th infantry. He
I Miss Effie Douglass visited Miss Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott, of Water- transacted considerable important bus- again Monday. He spent the 1 they are building base hospitala un

I month.Miss Ida Merritt spent a few daysat Truby Thomas Sunday afternoon, at- oak, were visiting Mrs. Mott's parents, iness. end in Lake Park, Ga., with Mrs.week-I :Southern division of the army at to
.. Dukes last week, visiting her sister attending church at Little Springs.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis, last Satur- Mrs. A. T. Galloway returned this ford, who is there visiting her ]place.

Mrs. J. L. Lavender.Mrs. Jim Ward was seen in this day and Sunday. week from Baldwin, where she spent Miss Lucy Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternberj rf
I Grover Sapp, of near Worthington community Sunday. Miss Ruthey Green was visiting several days with her husband, Rev. Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Futch, of Su- I :Starke motored to Lake Butler 'W
Springs spent last week with Cotton is opening fast in and around Miss Laura Norman last Sunday af Galloway, who has been holding revival wannee county, were in town this week :Sunday. They were joined by Mr. B.

her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Crews. Guilford.Mr. ternoon. services. visiting relatives of whom they have Feinberg and Mr. and Mrs. Sam SiD-
Mr. D. J. Kellum of Jacksonville, J. E. Douglass and wife made a Mr. T. J. Moore and family, of Wa- Rev. Gay, of Baldwin, preached at many in this county. Rev. Futch is ger and proceeded to White Sprin II.
visited friends at Long Bridge last business trip to Lake Butler Tuesday. teroak, were visiting at the home of the hall Sunday morning.Dr. one of the old veterans and carrieswith where they spent a pleasant day
week. Mrs. I. S. Smith last Sunday. E. L. Biggs was transacting him the marks of the strugglethat Mrs. W. M. Sobol, of Gainenau

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Tison, of Starke, GRAHAM. 'A large crowd attended the sing at business in Starke Monday. cost the South many a good man. passed through here last Sunday II
visited Mr. Tison's parents, Mr. and Rising church last Saturday.Mr. Miss Eunice Dinkins returned home Rev. L. C. Futch, of the Vanderbilt her way to Jacksonville, to attend tIe!
Mrs. Jasper Tison Sunday. Julius and Robert Norman madea last week from Macclenny, where she section, is a frequent visitor to Rai- wedding of Miss Lilly BendelL She

Mr. Leon Renfroe has accepted a Arley R. Reynolds, of the U. S. flying trip to Jacksonville last Fri spent several weeks visiting relatives. ford. This week he is going about on was accompanied by her mother-la" ,
Mrs. Jessie Reddish and Mrs. Hat- foot the other being in bad shape law Mrs M. Singer.
position with the State Farm. army, visited his brother, F. Reynoldsof day. one ,
I Don't forget Sunday school every this place Sunday afternoon. Miss Eunice Moore, of Wateroak, at- tie Black returned home Sunday night with erysipelus.Mr. Mrs. W. M. Overstreet, with for

Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Mr.__ and__ _Mrs. C. B. Roberts, .__, with tended Sunday school here last Sunday from North Georgia, where they spent Willis Griffis, of Sapp, was a Sunday school class of the Baptist
\ Dr. W. H. Thomas motored over to the afternoon. about a month, the guests of Mr. and I business visitor to Raiford Saturday. church and Miss Fay Hodges with
Wateroak section Sunday morning.Mr. Miss Edna Gary, teacher of the Ris- Mrs. Colon Miller. Raiford does a very satisfactory busi- Sunday school class of the Metiw&t
I I NEBO.Miss Lee Byrd, of near Fernandina, ing school was visiting at the home of Mr. A. L. Bradley was a'visitor to ness with those Baker county folks. church went on a picnic to Worthin .
I was a visitor in the home of his father Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Crawford last Saturday Starke Monday.Mr. Hon. J. P. Coffin, of Johnstown, and ton last Tuesday. They all carried,

of Highland D. J. Byrd, Sunday. Mr. Byrd H. D. Randall was a visitor to his son, Mr. David Coffin, of Bronson well filled baskets and the children a.
Agnes Wilkerson, automobile. Jacksonville Saturday. in town Mr. Coffin is
made the trip by were Monday. gaged in various games. The whola-
is visiting friends here. Miss Wilkerson : Mr. L. C. Smith with Mr. Alex Riley BROOKER. Henry Bennett was a visitor to the county demonstrator of Levy county.He party went in bathing in the spring
taught school here four years ago were week-end visitors to Raiford, Mr. county site Monday.Mr. visiting his parents at Johns- and had a grand time. ? r
_. and made many friends who are always fill his H. B. Baxter of Candler town.
Smith having gone there to was a Mr. R. V. Ross '
her back to ,
representing the
to welcome ; ,
glad
regular appointment as a minister. Many of the citizens here were attending guest the first part of the week at Cheek-Neal Coffee Company, and Ik: ',.
their homes. News comes to us that Miss Ida business in Starke the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Peace. T. J. Mills Jr. :
Mr. John Dukes was in our section to Monday.Mr. LAKE BUTLER. representing ttt
Dowling, an attractive and accom- Mr. Baxter is a large land owner in
business vis- American
0. B. Hazen was a Tobacco Company, two fin!
Thursday. plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nel- different sections of the state. He was :
itor in Jacksonville and Tues hustling business
J. A. Douglsas was a business visitor Monday men were taking or-i
Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. son Dowling, of this place, has been enroute to his home from the North )Ir, J. M. Little, who formerly was ders here this week. They report ba-
to day.The where he
Busi- went to attend the funeralof
and Mrs. N. B. Raulerson, of awarded a diploma by Massey's cry for cotton pickers is heardas his father. our telephone operator at this place, iness in Bradford county as being floe.
Lake City were visiting rela- ness College, Jacksonville, and now the cotton is opening rapiJ'y!' and i has accepted a position with Mr. W. Mr. Willie Williams of Lake But.
near :
tives here last week. holds a responsible position in that prices good. Mrs.her R. 0. Turner, of Arcadia visited M. Lowrie in Floral City. We are sor- ler, and Miss Alma Howard, of Kae

Dr. Seeber King, of Lake Butler, city. The Woodmen Circle met last Saturday N. grandmother and uncle, Mrs., ry to lose Mr. Little from among us, Clenny, were joined in the holy bonds
who is in the naval number of T. Wearen and Mrs. T. D. Wearen, but his friends that of last
was a professional visitor here Mon- Lacy Reynolds, afternoon. Quite a the first many he made matrimony Monday evening at
stores business at Daytona, visited relatives -I the members were present. part of the week. while with us wish him much successin Macclenny, Notary Public Chas. B.
day.Mr.. John C. Brown was transact- here during the week-end. : Mrs. B. Stephens and daughters, of Mr. W. H. Edwards was transact- his new home. He is a young man Register officiating. They will make
ing business in Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. Messrs. C. B. Roberts, W. J. Jones Lake Butler, accompanied by Miss ingbusiness in Starke Wednesday.Mr. of excellent character and good busi- their home in Lake Butler. We extend
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James Reynolds, and D. J. Byrd will Inez friends A. B. Prevatt returned to his He left the A. hearty welcome
and Mrs. John Albritton were Markey, were visiting ness qualifications. on a to this yonnj
work in
among friends and relatives here last soon have completed an up-to-date here Saturday afternoon.Mrs. about Wymauma, after spending C. L. Railroad last Monday afternoon. couple and may they have many yean
week. dipping vat. It is of cement construc- J. M. Shores and two inter- two weeks in and near Lawtey Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular of success and happiness.Mr. .

I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Blackwelder were tion. They expect to dedicate it soon esting children Bertha and Roy of with Mrs.relatives R. B. and friends. appointment at Callahan last Sunday.He Chas. A. Roberts Bradford'!la-
Jackson left
I pleasant callers at the home of Mr. by an initial community dipping. Arcadia, are visiting relatives here for Lake Wednesday returned home Monday. mous cattle trader sold to a man ia
I and Mrs. N. A. Conner Saturday af- Mrs Geo. Stone is slowly improving this week. few City, where she will spend a Miss Clifford Nelle Harrell, who has Ocala last week 107 head of cattle,
'V ternoon. after a very severe illness. We Rev. A. J. Pinholster is quite ill at Miss days.Lonnie been primary principal here in the I bringing $3,300. This lot was ship.
fj Messrs. George and Forest shallar are hopeful to see her out again soon. this writing.H. Starke Loadholtz was a visitorto I school for the past five years, spenta ped to Jacksonville a week or two ago.
Charley Bagley, DeWitt Brooks and Dr. W H. Thomas is the attending P. Gainey and S. V. Andrewswere Wednesday. few weeks at her home Madison, The name "razor back" should never -
physician. in Jacksonville Mayor N. T. Ritch, Jr., of Raiford and has returned to this for few
Oscar Elixson were among those who Tuesday. visitor city a be referred to a hog when speaking
went to Starke to stand the medical Miss Blanche Andreu, who has been was. a Ritch to Lawtey Wednesday.Mr. days and then will go south where she of one not as fat as others. Mr. Hot
examination from here last week. HAMPTON. visiting her sister, Mrs. Clarence New- brought several hundred will teach this fall. The many friendsof fat or thin is a gentleman these daji
som of Starke returned home Tues- pounds of cotton with him, which he Miss Harrell and especially the lit- and is worth something.Mr. .
\ day. She accompanied home by sold for 25 cents per pound. tle children whom she taught and whore
i was W. M. Overstreet made a busi-
WOODLAWN PARK. W. B. Hagan, of New Smyrna, is Re,'. W. T. Evans, of South Jacksonville -
Mrs. Newsom and children.Mr. so attached to her, regret her departure ness trip to Jacksonville Tuesday..
i spending the week I're, the guest of A. B. Shaw and family motored hurch, last, preached at Grace M. E. but wish for her much success The monthly general meeting of the
: Elder D. L. Phillips is spending the :relatives. v to Worthington Sunday afternoon. Sunday, both morning and and happiness in her new home. Christian union was held in the Chris
week as the guest of relatives and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon is making an extensive They were accompanied home by little svening. Little Mary Leila Horniker gave her tian church Wednesday evening.
: friends at Theressa. 1 visit at Green Cove Springs. Miss Mary Francis Cochran. last Joe Starling. was visitor to Starke "th year birthday party Thursday afternoon This union is a band of Christian

I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman were attending Angus E. Jones and family of Miss Inez Abernathy spent last Sunday.Mr. Aug. 2, 1917. Forty little workers united together for the purpose -
... i to business in Starke Wednes- Portsmouth, Va., are the guests of Mr. weekendisiting relatives in La- :: H. K. Davis, the miller of West children enjoyed the games and pleas- of teaching and living practical
day. and Mrs. William Jones at this place. Crosse. Lawtey, inform us that as the new ures of the afternoon. Refreshments Christianity. Being non-sectarian and

I t Among those who attended the funeral Mr. Brown, of the Brooker Tele- Miss Nellie Nabb has accepted a corn will is ripening so fast, this his mill were served at the close of the after- inter-denominational in character, it.

t t of the late B. F. Hagan at The- phone exchange, was a business visi- position in Jacksonville wth the Wes- grind all day Saturday. noon, consisting of punch and cake, is a means by which members of all cl
I'I ressa Sunday were Mr. Enoch Griffis tor here Tuesday.J. tern Union Telephone Company.Mr. 1 Maj. A. M. Van Dyke of East Law- when all the little fellows departed, I the churches, or of no church, mar
} and daughter, Miss Jessie, of Lawtey, W. O'Keefe was a business visi- Elden Baxter visited relatives* tey, brought in a watermelon the other thanking their little hostess for such a j I i meet together and worship on the
II Mrs. D. L. Phillips, Miss Debbie Phil- tor at Lake City Monday.D. here last Wednesday and Thursday. I I day that weighed 60 pounds. Some pleasant afternoon.Mr. common and fundamental grounds of I
\ lips and 0. J. Phillips. A. Homan and family left Sat- :\ and Mrs. L. T. Osteen and Mr. I IIr. melon. :: R. Z. Davis, one of Alachua's the Christian faith. The meetings an :
\ : Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Thompson, of urday evening for their future homein Fred Hazen were visitors to Worthington j Last Sunday afternoon at the homeof prosperous farmers was in our town proving an inspiration to all takffif
: Maxville visited relatives and friends Muncie Ind. Mrs. Idella Priest Sunday morning.Mr. 1 Mr. and Mrs. James Starling in this week. He is the guest of Mr. and part and are contributing largely to
I I I here Saturday and Sunday. purchased their property here and will W. Williams and daughter, Miss: j j ]East Lawtey, in the presence of a few Mrs. J. M. Roberts. the establishment of a better and mOll
k Messrs. Dewey Green and M. R. make this her future home.. Edith of Worthington, were business : relatives and friends, their son, Brooks kMr. J. B. Moore took a litttle run united spirit the different
among
I Kersey were visitors to Sanderson on The remains of the late Frank Ha- visitors here Wednesday morning. )I Starling, and Miss Reba Addison, were over to Arizona for a few weeks to churches and the breaking down of the
t f' Saturday. and Sunday. gan arrived here Sunday morning, accompanied Miss Williams is one of the teachers united in marriage by Justice B. L. visit "home folks." He returned last fences of creed and development of
I 1 ;l'? Mr. Enoch Griffis, of Lawtey was a by an escort of the Jacksonville of the Brooker school for the coming I' :Blanchard. Their friends wish them Monday.Mr. the spirit of Christian brotherhood.
i ;: visitor here Saturday in the interest of police force, and was laid to ler'TI. :a long life of happiness and prosper- J. H. Scarboro made a business:
/ the Lawtey Telephone Co. }eti>h Masonic honors in the Hope Mr. Harley Thomas, of the Wa 3r- I ]ity. trip t,> Jacksonville last Tuesday in FIXE SPECIMENS OF CORN.
{ : Misses Jessie Griffis, Mary Stalsby cemetery Hampton lodge No. 129, (ak section, visited his grandmother Several thousand pounds of cotton his auto, accompanied by Mr. Ancel
I : t and Mittie Padgett, of Lawtey, motored having charge of the ceremonies. Irs. Roberts, here Saturday and Sunay. was brought in Wednesday and was Cone. -
out here Saturday afternoon. Little Edgar King, who has been | I bought by H. D. Randall. The price Mr. Henry A. Brannen who lives C. N. Cooper and T. S. Williams are
I Mr. S. T. Starling is visiting near confined to his bed with measles for )Ir. Jim Douglass and wife, of was 25 cents per pound. about eight miles from here met witha the first to contribute new corn to the

; : Macclenny this week. the past several days, is convalescing chug, visited relatives here :\ Ala-\\ Robert Blanchard and David Red- very painful and perhaps fatal injury Bank of Starke's agricultural exhibit
; nicely I dish: were visitors to Starke :Monday.Mrs. : The specimens left by these gentlemen
Mr. J. A. Howard, of Dukes, was Mrs. J. S. Forsyth and two last Sunday afternoon, while returning -
f r transacting business here Thursday. Rev. H. E. Ridenour filled his reg- : Willie and Roy, of LaCrosse, visited i H. R. Sapp was a visitor to : to his home after visiting his are of the Red Dent variety and show
IIf Mrs. N. D. Davis was transacting ular appointment at the Baptist relatives here Saturday.Mr. :Starke Wednesday.Mr. brother Wm. Brannen. His mule he I very conclusively that Bradford conn-
f church Sunday and then left and :Mrs.: J. T. Moore last ty soil will produce as fine corn as eaa
i : business in Lawtey Tuesday after- morning, I. W. Pinholster, Jr., has pur- spent was riding became frightened at a hog .
I noon. in the afternoon for a visit with. his chased a new Ford. Sunday at Kingsley lake. that jumped out of the bushes by the be grown' anywhere on earth. An ear
Remember, there will be preaching father in West Virginia. Mrs. Ada Walker and Nelson Eddy, Mr.Vill Stallings, of near Raiford, road in front of him, throwing Mr. brought by Mr. Cooper measures 11
i : here next Sunday afternoon at 3:30 The regular communication of the of Alachua visited Mrs. Walker's par was a visitor to Lawtey Wednesday. Brannen on the ground, striking on his inches in length.

!. ;; by Rev. Woodard, of Jakin, Ga. All Hampton Lodge F. & A. M., Friday ents, here Monday.Mrs chest. Not being far from his house
: are invited to attend. evening was well attended, work in theMaster's :: .Marion Osteen, of High Springs RAIFORD. the brother saw the accident and has- NOTICE 'J

I i If you have a visitor, telephone the degree being exemplified.The visited her mother, Mrs. Emily Abbott tended to him. He was unconscious fora 1I >
.f J j i''; correspondent, local and long distance war department has arranged here last week. while and was taken to his home To the Public:
;. telephone 392. to furnish to the Postmasters daily a Miss Marguerite Shriver visited Dr. Next week is elecetion week in Rai- and medical assistance telephoned for. I Desiring to know whether it would ]
ford
I list of authentic casualties among the and Mrs. W. Middleton of but very little interest is being tt-
Hampton Mr. Brannen is in a critical conditionand be necessary to hold a September
;' American troops, ani when the Florida of last week. taken, the whole interest of the people askinf
part
GUILFORD. we certainly regret to hear of the amination for teachers, I am |
4 II ; boys see active service, a bulletin Rev. D. L. Phillips, of Lawtey, willl There being centered on the war at present. accident but hope he will soon recover. all those who desire to take the examination -i
; beard will t* posted at the po..tofre! fill Rev. W. F. Walter's regular ap- have only been a few announced in September to communieat
i .Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Douglass and every nay for the information of the pointment at the Brooker Free Will for office, leaving the office of mayor mob
Miss Ressie Ware, of Worthington, with me at once so that I may h
Mr. and Mrs. John Weeks of Lake public. *'* and one councilman as well clerk
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Baptist church next Fourth as the ',
with
Sundayand
is spending the week with her sister, the necessary arrangements :
: Butler, were seen in this A of the without a candidate. There .
special
community j I I meeting Hampton Saturday before. Everybody is are two :Mrs.: W. M. Overstreet.At State Department.
t Sunday. branch of the American Red Cross cordially invited to attend. Rev. Wal- candidates for marshal and as usua'in
meeting of the citizens with I
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a am truly
i- Mr. John Coleman and son, Hamp, will be held at the Masonic hall Sunday ter is taking his annual vacation vis- Raiford this promises to be the of- the city council last Monday night, very E. R. POPPELL, 4"
; of Baker county were in this community evening at 7:30. A cordial invitation iting relatives. and friends in North fice that will be closely contested.The plans were made to have an eight County Superintendent *!
.i ,last week buying up cattle. is extended to the public to a'- Carolina. frame is up and part of the veranda '
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\ Prof. J. M. Groover, of the Guilford :-nd.A. roof on the Hon. A. D. Andrews
school, spent the week-end with his mother's meeting' will be heM at LAWTEY.Mr. house and it presents an appearanceof ,
4 parents near Graham. the home of Mrs. Seals Tue.lay afternoon considerable house. M' rt
Prof. A. B. Shaw and family, of Aug. 21st, at 3 o'clock when The One of the new Whitehead cottages

I Brooker, were visiting relatives and following prOlramill be rcndered. Adam Andrews, of near Lake has been finished with the exception of: LAKE BUTLER BAKERY
I friends here Sunday.Mr. Song The New America. Butler, was a visitor last Saturday at the doors and windows and another is
J. E. Douglass, accompanied by Bible 3esding Mrs. Seals. the home of his brother, Mr. J. S. An- almost enclosed. Wr. Whitehead has
;, his son and two daughters, attended Prayer. drews. had one deep well drilled and is hav-
: church at Little Springs Sunday. Vocal Ilo-Miss Evelyn Seals. Mr. Harold Pearce left last week for ing several other put down one at

r I Messrs. J. E. Douglass and G. C. Recitation, "0 Beautiful Patriotic Palatka, where he has >accepted a posi- each of his houses. B. Z. Matthews is LAKE BUTLER FLORIDA
I Ii i Driggers made a business trip to Lake Dream"Miss Eva Williams. tion as pitcher in the Palatka baseball drilling these wells.
I City last Thursday. Paper, Selected Mrs. A. A. Durden. team. Mr. Barney Andrews, of Lake But- ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Thomas, of Nebo Piano Solo-Mrs. C. A. Stephens. The first cotton was brought to Law- ler, was in town one day this week

spent the week-end with Mrs. E. B. Reading-Mrs. Lula Futch. tey last week and was sold for 25 visiting his uncle, Hon. A. D. An- Bread Cakes and
Thomas' father here. Talk, "Extracts from Home and cents per pound to H. D. Randall. Sat- drews. Pies. Prompt delivery J'

Master John Coleman of Hamilton School"-Miss Ada Nimmo, followedby urday one man brought in 500 pounds Mr. R. H. Weaver and family spenta -
county, was visiting friends here Sat- others. which netted him $125. Several small couple of days in Jacksonville this II
: urday and Sunday. Song. lots have been brought in so far this week on a combined business and 'PHONE 78
.' Mr. C.-C. McCall and family visited I Social Hour. week and sold for the same price to pleasure trip. Mr. Weaver has just
',,' Mrsj McCall's mother, Mrs. Dorch A cordial invitation is extended to Mr. Randall. The cotton crop at this taken Dr. A. J. Johnson into partner L c. SMITH
.' near Lake City Sunday. i all the ladies of the community to at- time in this section promises to be a ship in his drug business and they Propietor t
!, Mr. J. E. Douglass had to make at tend. bumper one, and if. good prices conw'f" 'have moved into the postoffice block -
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