Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 24, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.







Were Allowed and 51 UP SHIPYARDS BY STRIKE. cover Lost Ground Beaten .-
If Business men should get their ad- -
Were Disallowed. NEW YORK Aug. 21.-A general W. STORKS OF DEFUNIAK, Back By Allied Troops. vertising copy ready for the Tele- JAPANESE DELEGATES AD-

strike of machinists, boilermakersand ADDRESSED THE MEETING /praph's big edition on September 7th.
[F:' NINETY-SIX MEN WERE blacksmiths engaged in marine CANADIANS FIGHT THEIR This edition will give the business men MIT FACT IN AN INTERVIEW
f work in the port of New York and vicinity of the county the opportunity to send -

Brooklyn, was ordered here today at a CONSTITUTIONAND ally every home in the'county. The FROM JAPAN TO MEET
mass meeting of representatives of UNDER TERRIFIC DRIVE OF THE i extra papers to be sent out will be WITH
f ELEVEN MEN STILL NEEDED TO marine metal workers. The strike was BY-LAWS ADOPTED. personally addressed so that they will ALLIED REPRESENTATIVESSAN

t FILL COUNTY'S QUOTA-SELECTION called to enforce settlement of a demand -- ITALIANS AUSTRIAN LINE IS be actually delivered to citizens in ev-

I BOARD ISSUES CALL made six weeks ago for a mini- A special meeting of the Bradford CRACKING AT DIFFERENT SEC ery nook and corner of the entire -
mum wage scale of $4.50 per day. County Live Stock Association: was TORS-RUSSIANS HOLDING TO county. Our business office has been FRANCISCO, Cal., Aug. 23.-
. FOR 60 TO,APPEAR FOR EXAM- While no official action was taken to held last Saturday afternoon at the engaged for several days in the preparation The San Francisco Examiner today
INATION TUESDAY AUG. 28. make the strike nation-wide the apparently county court house. GROUND THEY HAVE. of the mailing lists and we says Viscount Y. Kawai and M. Okuchiof
!. unanimous sentiment ex- At this meeting the constitution and find that it will require from 2,500 to Japan, passed through here last 4
pressed by the men indicated that such y-laws of the association were adopted. 2,800 papers to serve our regular sub night on their way to the Orient where
The Bradford County Selection was their desire, provided the issue The by-laws provide that the executive i LONDON, Aug. 22.-Hard smashesat scribers and to mail a copy to others they attended, at the suggestion of i
Board finished their work last Saturday i was not quickly adjusted.The committee shall consist of the the German lines in France have whose names appear on the registration Pope Benedict and a high United
again been productive of important books. States official, secret conferences between
afternoon and immediately post meeting called by the Marine president, secretary-treasurer and
ed the result of their findings on the Trades Council of the Port of New three vice-presidents to be appointedby gains for the Entente Allies. North of We have not advanced our rates be- entente nations previous to the
" 416 exemption claims filed with them. York was attended by men representing the president. They also providefor Verdun the French have captured additional cause of the extra, papers to be mailedout publication of the pope's recent peace
Their work was finished about 3:30 30,000 union workers, it was an the appointment of a committee on points of vantage, while the but will give the business men plea.Viscount
o'clock and at 5 o'cloek.the, Telegraph nounced and involved directly all the tick eradication to consist of three Canadians have fought> their way for this fine opportunity to reach the peo Okuchi, according: to the
issued an "extra" giving the result of shipbuilding plant sin this vicinity members. ward nearer to the heart of the town pIe of the county at our regular advertising Examiner admitted that he and Vis-
r. the board's deliberations.Of the majority of which are engaged almost J. M. Brownlee elected president at of Lens, taking 2,000 yards of posi- rates. I count Kawai had attended the confer-
i tions west and northwest of the town. ence with representatives of the other -
the 116 exemption claims filed exclusively on government work. the; organization of the association,
the board aljpwed{ 63 and disallowed The resolution, passed unanimously was present at the meeting Saturday.He All the counter attacks by the Ger- HOKE SMITH, JR., OF RAIFORD allied nations at which the peace
t.' .,,51. At the examinations there were called out not only workers in plants appointed as members of the exec man crown prince's forces against WILL proposals of the pope were outlined.He .
& .45 men.who'filed no claim for exemp which have not yet agreed to the demands utive committee R. J. Andrews S. T. General Petain's men on the newly SECURE A COMMISSIONIt was said to have issued this statement

tion.. This number added to the 51 of the men but also those which Dowling and S. R. Johns.W. captured ground in the Verdun sector :
,'ttl"; rhoee'elaima were disallowed gives have already done so, it being asserted E. Yarborough L. J. Wynn andB. have been ill-starred; those of Crown will be of interest to many to When the United States declaredwar

( .pt'96 men who have now been "to show our employers that we E. Brown were appointed as the Prince Dupprecht against the doughty learn that Hoke Smith Jr., one of Rai against our common enemy the
'to the District Board for ser- are united in our demands." committee on tick eradication.R. Canadians at last accounts had only ford's sons who is serving Uncle Sam first thing that suggested itself in the
:_tthe'army. This leaves a total4d,11en The date for the strike was not fix- W .Storrs, of DeFuniak Springs, brought nothing more than an aug- in the army, is to be commissioned a i upper house of Japan was the probability -
i yet to be selected, but the ed but it was reported the men had a member of the Live Stock Sanitary mentation of the already terrible casualties second lieutenant of infantry in the of a more genuine entente between -
.. local board .has made a ,call for 60 been instructed to go out immediately. Board, was present and made an inter- his troops have suffered in the near future. !. the United States and ourselvesIt
: > William Dickson president of the esting talk to the meeting on the pro- attempts to save the important coal Sergeant Smith underwent the examination was while the matter was under
ex-pected Marine Trades Council, presided at visions of the law under which the center from capture. required for this rank at discussion that a mes .age was received -
I :' have been selected will fail on the final the meeting. On the platform with state board is operating. He advisedthe Under a canopy of mist the Canada the April examination and from Rome asking that accredited
p 'physicalexamination, and several will him were officials representing local association that he thought it ians and Germans met at daylight" in cessful, he being notified by the was adju-suc- delegates be sent to confer with the
be exempted by the District Board. It and national union organizations of highly probable the state board would the'open of "No Man's Land north- tant general that he had passed.It other allies.
this and to the three trades the west of Lens, neither expecting the "We did not think much of this
is to make up involved majorityof furnish a state man to encourage and will be remembered that Hoke sug-
secure the 11 men yet needed to make whom urged the men not to take supervise cattle dipping in this coun- other. Springing at their surprisedfoe left Raiford in July, 1914, and enteredthe gestion until a request came from the
of 107 that the immediate action.It with their usual intrepidity, the United States signed by a man who is
up the county's quota ty, and told them how to go about securing service August 5, 1914, being sent
local board decided to order in as manyas was announced at the meetingthat this appointment.Mr. Canadians put the Germans to the to Fort Scriven, Ga., and from there revered in Japan. Viscount Kawai
60 men. concilitators from the federal department Storrs said the board had $35- bayonet and forced them to scurry fora t othe Canal Zone where he has since and I were then appointed to attend
Orders are being sent out to these of labor now are here. It 000 a year for two years available for seeming haven of safety inside their been stationed. He was appointed a the meeting.
men to appear at the court house in also was announced that the union carrying on the work of tick eradica- trenches. corporal of the Quartermaster's Corpsin "I have no objection being quotaed
Starke on Tuesday, August 28th., representatives had done all in their tion and hog cholera control. From West of Lens, aided by a heavy artillery May, 1915 and a sergeant in July as saying that England appeared
Exemption claims of tIt following power to settle the controversy with I his discussion of the subject it developed fire, the Canadians also advanced 1916 and as a result of a competitive adverse to a peace settlement at the
named persons were disallowed: the employers direct. that the board had no plans other pushing the Germans farther into, examination held in,March, "1917 was present time and France had very
837,Raleigh Shepherd Starke. I than the employment of agents in the the environs of the town. To both the appointed a Sergeant, first class, much the same attitude as England as
various counties of the and the captured positions, the Canadians are far as the conference was concerned.
676-Nathan Carter, Starke. 645-Carl McKinney Starke. state Quartermaster's Corps in June 1917
1185-Henry Brown, Graham. 1211-Joe Roberts Graham. I furnishing of enough serum to vacci holding tenaciously. being the highest rank attainable un<.il "After leaving France we visited the
56.a-oren Wilson, Starke. James-English) Starke. nate not more than three hogs on any North of Verdun, on both sides of after the completion of five years active front in France. We bring with us a
one farm. the river Meuse, the French troops firm conviction that the Germans can
107-Isaiah Berry Lawtey. 5-Arthur C. Pearce Lawtey. service. Although his new stations -I hold "
have not out much
486-Sebron B. Crosby Brooker. 440-Wm. 0. Forsyth Lake Butler. Mr. R. S. Humphrey, one of Brad kept. up their vigorous offensivestarted. is not assured, it is highly probable longer.
604-Zack J. Roberts Starke. 1032-Herbert I. Whitten Raiford. ford county's pioneers in the matterof Monday and been rewarded by that he will be numbered among
1178-Malachi Zimmerman New Riv- 1007 Walter S. Whitten, Raiford. dipping cattle was present and suggested the capture additional important those sent across the water to uphold RAIFORD TOWN ELECTION
positions. West of the
391-Forrest Assotus Shaller Lake that the state board did not river Cote L'olea the time-honored Stars and Stripes
er-487-Geo. Lee Hodges Brooker. Butler. seem to have planned to make the best point of considerable strategic value, agains the Teutons.-Raiford Tribune. WAS HELD YESTERDAY
1236-Louis Mitchell Brooklyn. 360-Pearce Erastus Crumpton Lake use of the'money at its disposal. He and the village of Regneville, have
432-Boisey Perry, Lake Butler. Butler.704Harry. said that any intelligent man could been taken while east of the stream -
739-Thomas Jefferson Lewis, Starke Lawson Tillis, Starke. mix the dip'and fill a dipping vat after the village of Samogneux and fortified BUSINESS CHANGE. I Former Sheriff Denmark Elect-

601- Joel Stephens Starke. 356-John Josiah Ward, Lulu. having been once shown how, and trenches over a front of about a .
I 1146-Jesse Holmes Sullivan, Worth- 805-Luther H. Cribbs Starke. that the United States governmentwas mile and a half, connecting Samogreuxwith H. C. Richard, who will leave short ed Marshal and Tax CollectorIn

ington. 664-George Herbert Scott, Starke. supplying experts to 'give this in- the defenses on hill 344, are in ly to enter the officers training campat a Spirited Contest.
.c 1020-Lem Rhoden Raiford. 51-Carl A. Prevatt, Lawtey. struction. He called attention to the the hands of Gen. Petain's men. Coun. Ft. Oglethorpe Ga., has sold his
223-James Grooms Lake Butler. 1256-Franklyn Pearce Jones, Sampson fact that many of the counties, in con- ter attacks by the Germans all along general insurance agency to Joe E. -
117-Howard Francis Stanton, Lake City.300ren junction with the federal government, the new front have been repulsed., Wilson, owner of the Bradford County The annual town election was held
Puller.f E. Green, Starke. are employing demonstration agents In addition to more than 5,000 pris- Abstrct Company. Mr. Wilson will yesterday at Raiford. The only con
90-Henry Mask Jones, Lake Butler 388-Geo. Wallace Shaller, Lake But- and that these agents are charged oners taken by the French in Monday's move the insurance agency to his office tested place was that of marshal and
r 966-Lacy Griffis, Raiford. ler. with the duty of vaccinating hogs and advance additional captures resulted in the old Bradford County Bank tax collector but this contest was ,pr-'
,: 379-Sidney Francis Bielling Dukes. 25-Morgan Riley Kersey, Lawtey. teaching people how to do this work. from the attacks of Tuesday.The building and carry on both the abstract ited enough to make up for tIe others.
874 Henry Grady :Mitchell Grandin. 705-Joe Rouse Starke. For these reasons he thought the state German war office Tuesday and insurance business.In The race was between Louis Reynolds,
l 15-Sylvester Prevatt, Lawtey. 642-Volley McKinney, Starke. board would do a great deal more goodif with the idea of heartening the peopleat transferring the business Mr. the present incumbent and former
905-Vander Bell Sapp. 1195-Francis Emanuel Beville, Gra it appropriated its funds toward home, says counter attacks by the Richard wishes to ask for Mr. Wilsona Sheriff S. B. Denmark. Mr. Denmarkwon
452-Henry Hodges, Brooker. ham. building dipping vats and supplyingserum Germans have driven out the French continuance of the patronage of his out with a lead of five votes.
355-Eben Jackson Wood, Lulu. 297-Alexander Williamson, Lake and virus. from almost all the positions they cap- patrons, and to say he is sure they Sixty-seven votes were cast at the
550-Tate Powell Denmark, Starke. Butler. To this criticism Mr. Storrs replied tured on the Verdun front. It adds will have efficient service at the handsof election. The vote on the various offices -

770 James.Kite, Jr., Starke. 321-Enoch Anthony Lulu. that the government employees hadso that the German troops and their lead the new owner of the agency, which was as follows:

677-Charley McSimuel Underhill, 707-Franklin Christopher Stokes. much territory under their super ers anticipate a favorable conclusionof includes many of the best insurance For Mayor:

Starke. Starke. vision that they could not give as the Verdun battle.In companies in the world. N. T. Ritch, Jr.________________f 2
749-Edgar Davis, Starke. 1101-Charley Fountain, Worthington much attention to any one county as the Austro-Italian theatre the For Aldermen:

525-Lewis Leforic Johns, Brooker. 974-Joel B. Griffis; Raiford. was required. He said also that the terrific drive of the Italians is causingthe CLOSE SHAVE FOR CAPT. DAVIS. H. J. Barnett ___,_____-_______54

870 John Wesley Marshall, Hampton. 656-Ura McKinney, Sampson City. county demonstration agents had their Austrian line to crack at numerous S. T. Dowling _________________52
814-Fred Dell, Starke. hands full without taking on the tick points. The Austrians are resisting Tuesday afternoon while the B. I. Taylor __________________-52
vigorously. Although the battle is new
711 Ernest Lee Starke. eradication work.
Eugene ,
Claims Allowed By the Board. For Marshal and Collector:
25-horsepower kerosene engine in the i
proceeding without littleis
8-11-WiIl James Starke. Exemption claims filed by the following available in the official interruption communication Griffin & Johns ginnery was being S. B. Denmark ________________35
350-Charles Bagley, Lake Butler. named men were allowed: DEATH OF T. F. MANSELL. to delimit geographically the advances -- tried out, Captain J. R. Davis, the/in Louis Reynolds ________________30
269-Henry Bailey Lake Butler.685Arthur' .
For Clerk, Assessor and Treasurer
258-Irvin Archeman Waters, Lake the Italians thus far have made surance man, was one of the onlookers.A :
1141-Othoe Asbury Caraway Mizell, Starke.Worth Butler.1117Lincy J Mr. Thomas F. Mansell died at his Austrian defenses between Corite and "box" in the machinery was foundto R. H. Weaver ________________56

ington.335Jacob Milton Courson Worth home, Bay View Farm, southwest of Selo and near the strongly fortified "run hot," and Captain Davis, who
Guilford Weeks Guilford. ington. Starke, early Saturday morning, August Starilokva position are among the stood near the clutch lever of the engine SIXTY THOUSAND PEOPLE ARE
341-Norman Douglass, Lulu. 509-Albert Eugene Surrency, 18th, after a lingering illness of places captured. Up to Monday night was asked by some one to pull HOMELESS FROM BIG FIRE
970-Adam Finley Raiford. Brooker. some months' duration. The interment more than 10,000 prisoners have been the lever out and thus throw the ma- .
637-Frank Starling Starke. 548-Wilford Hardy Philips, Starke. took place at Prevatt cemetery Sun- taken not counting 243 officers. chinery out of gear. He did so, but Disastrous Fire at Saloniki Burned
126-Cleveland William Williamson, day, Rev. Wm. F. Malphurs conduct- not being versed in machinery of the
1217-Sam Wilson, Graham. The Russians in Galicia and Buko- Property Valued at $15,000,000.
Lake Butler. ing the funeral services. kind, he pulled the lever so far till the
1142-Wm. Davis, Worthington. wina are apparently holding their own t
373 John Lake The in other end and in -
-- Wesley Bielling, deceased was born Georgia came unjointed came
327-Marion Lesley Johnson, Lulu. against the Austrians and Germans,
Butler. nearly 72 years ago. While very young i contact with the spokes of the fly LONDON, Aug. 23.-The first detailed -
103-Robert H. Franklin but in Roumania the Russians and
600-Oliver Underhill Starke. he came to Bradford county with his wheel. The motion of the spokes was account of the disastrous fire
199-Grover Roumanians have been
Lake Butler. compelled to
Ashley I
810-James Hayes, Starke. parents. He was in the Confederate downward thus throwing the other end at Saloniki last Sunday is contained in
cede additional the village
392-Fred Malphurs Lake Butler. ground near
507-Ellis Hampton Clemons, Brooker. service during the Civil War. He later of the lever upward. It struck Cap a Reuter dispatch from that city say
1166-Roan J. Turner, Lake Butler. of Ocna and east of the Fokshani-
married Miss Hattie Sparkman, and tain Davis a severe blow on the right ing that 60,000 persons are homeless,
736-William Julius Norman, Starke. 309-Burton L. Beasley Lulu. the Union was blessed with four children Naraocna-Ajui railway. side of the nose and cheek, and broke and that the property loss is enormous.
36 The intensive aerial between
Williard Lulu.
Lamar Clyatt fighting
= 924-J. Marion Reddish, Starke. one son, Mr. Walter Mansell, his glasses into small fragments. He Insurance people are interested to the
950- Kiler C. Cannon Allies and the Germans the
Sapp. 1014-Carl Billiard, Raiford. i and three daughters, Misses Henrietta, French front continues. Numerous on was knocked down and bled profusely, extent of 2,000,000 or 3,000,000 poundsThe
Men Already Certified. 797-Willie Elbert Bush, Starke. Susie and Gladys Mansell.In German machines have been brought and the bystanders were sure he had military rendered all possibleaid
1. Following are the names of the men I 652-Eddie Arthur Green, Starke. the death of Mr. Mansell Brad- received his death blow.A. but the scarcity of water made it
in aerial but the
down battle, entente
{ who filed no exemption claims and COfi-Frank Dean Starke. ford county lost a sterling citizen, pos allies also have lost considerable E. Wall was one of those present almost hopeless to attempt to subdue
have already been certified for service 513-Tom Watson Waters, Brooker. sessing all the virtues for which the number of machines. a and Captain Davis was put in his the flames.
772-Paul Silas McMillan, Starke. old-time Floridians are celebrated automobile and speedily taken to Dr. Refugees are camping on the outskirts
1095-Ed. McDuffy, Dukes. 721-Rufus Melvin Crosby Starke. generosity, honesty, sympathy and a J. P. Tomlinson's office. After exam. of the town. The destitute are
275-Schell D. Carver, Lake Butler. 983-Edward D. Griffis Raiford. love of justice. These traits made EARLY SUGAR CANE. ining the wound closely, it was found being cared for by the entente mili-
536-Isham Butler, Brooker. 332-Lee Brannen Lake Butler. friends for him by all with whom he that no bones in the nose had been tary authorities, the British having
616-Owen James Anders, Starke. 298-Lum Columbus Hodges, Lake had dealings and there is no one who Joe Truby seems to be entitled to broken, and curiously enough, no frag= 30,000 in their charge. Food and fresh
775-Fred Oliver Thomas, Starke. Butler. knew the kind, upright, modest man the prize for early sugar cane. On ments of glass had entered the eyes., water are very scarce.
43-Wesley Wilkerson Highland. 726-David Levy Silcox, Starke. who does not deplore his death. Mr. Tuesday he contributed to the Bank of The wound was dressed and the following The whole sea front from the customs -
433-Sellers Washington, Lake Butler 933-Sam H. Harrell, Raiford. Mansell was a good farmer and thru Starke's agricultural exhibit two day Captain Davis was able to house to the famous White Tower -
809-Wm. Bray, Saxton. long years of industry had accumulated -, stalks having twelve joints each. Thisis be out. The wound is painful, but he was destroyed. Three enemy air-
1045-George Williams, Raiford. 1114-Curtis Lafayette Blair Worth fertile fields, thriving herds and a the best cane we have seen this sea is very thankful over his narrow es- planes flew over the city and dropped
i 1103. -Purvis Jones, Dukes. ington. comfortable home. son. If others have cane that is doingas cape. It lacked only a fraction of an bombs while the fire was burning.Mrs. .
L 46-John T. Reddish, Lawtey. 218-Benjamin Franklin Gainey, There is hardly a person in Bradford well the Bradford county syrup inch that the temple had been struck,,
1099-Doris Jones, Dukes. Lake Butler. county who was not acquainted with crop promises to break former records. and this would have meant instant Nelle Hughes returned home
75-John M. Roberts Lawtey. 620-Ted Hugh Halligan, Starke. the deceased, and the sympathy of all Mr. R.. D. Strickland has sent the death.In yesterday, after spending several
972-Ernest Griffis, Raiford. 574-Kirby T. Crews Lake Butler. goes out to his bereaved widow and Bank of Starke a speciment of "Gypsy order to prevent any other accidents weeks in the mountains of North Car-
757-Roan Benjamin Griffis Starke. 31-Ernest Covada Johns, Lawtey. children. wheat" grown on his place. It resembles from the same cause in the future olina.R. .
1148-Hayes Cooper Worthington. 981-Walter: S..Valencia Raiford. very much the heads of Fetereta the end joint of the clutch lever
982-Clarence Newsom, Raiford., Tell it to the Telegraph and yon tell sent in some time ago by T. L. Godwinof has been fixed as to hold the lever securely J. ndrew,'Jr., Raiford. wasa
530-Everett demons Brooker.;;,, (,' (Continued on Page 8.) everybody. Advertise. the Brooker section., in all cases. business visitor to Starke Thursday.
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Jf COPENHAGEN, Aug. 23.-Entpn
: 4 '> INSURANCE. 4> Communication With Nearby Towns Lay in Wait on Mother Ship And Captured allied aviators recently dropped

I J HIGH SCHOOLS Destroyed by Blast Heard 20 Miles Subs. as They Arrived. eral bombs on the bathing place sev. .
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Homburg, while the German ernperJ
\ The administration's for
MONTREAL, Aug. 19.-A terrific LONDON 23. A Brit was staying there, according to traveler
insuring soldiers, sailors and marines Aug. single -
I who has
ARE ADOPTED explosion at the powder plant of Cur- arrived here from
i has. been placed before Congress in ish naval crew recently captured a Ger
r tis & Harvey, Limited, at Rigaud, many. The traveler, who was
identical measures introduced by Rep- fleet of 18 submarines and their mother at
resentative Alexander and Senator Quebec, yesterday, is believed to have ship, in one of the most daring ad- Frankfort-on-the-Main when it wy
Simmons. In its general features the caused heavy loss of life. Five thou- ventures recorded since the war began. attacked by French airplanes three

RED CROSS PLEDGE I insurance program varies little from BY THE COMMISSION IN sand men and women are employed at The British admiralty, following its weeks ago, says it was reported there
that the
previously announced outlines, the the plantt which covers an area of five usual course of not referring to sub- same aviators had dropped
This is the oath which miles. on Homburg. One of
square marine has made mentionof the
chief innovation being the proposal to capture, no
the Red Cross Society take. It is repeated received here after the emperor's two headquarters is
Reports soon said
allot aO this venture but the told to
compel men and officers to story was
I in the workrooms of the society explosion said the plant was nearly all be in Homburg.
to remember minimum of $15 a month out of theirs THESE BOOKS CAN BE US- by officers on a British ship upon arrival -
. and is'a good one
every day, in flames.
to dependent wives and children. at port.
Trainmen who from the
: 1 The bill proposes to vest in the war got away One German submarine in UGH! CALOMEL MAKES
and I caught a
j "I pledge allegiance to my flag, STATE NEXT TERM. scene of the explosion reported that
for which it stands. i and navy departments authority to steel net in the British channel afforded YOU DEATHLY
to the Republic i' .J forty houses at Dragon, a little vil- SICK
compel such payments. Authority alsois the for the work
f opportunity daring
indivisible with Liberty
lage near the powder plant, occupiedby -
proposed to compel to be insured to TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 18.-By mo- When the crew of a patrol boat saw
. and Justice for all. deposit, at four per cent interest, with tion of Attorney General West, the workmen, were razed by the force the net buoys bobbing around they Stop Using Dangerous
of the I Drug
government and at the discretion of state text book commission voted to explosion. procured a mine I
. . . From it sweeper and broughtto Before It Salivates
O . the war and navy departments, so proceed with adoption of books to be points near Rigaud, was the surface a German submarine. You!

CROSS DEPARTMENT. 0I' much of their pay as is representedby used in all high schools of Florida for learned that three explosions took They found the crew anxiously awaiting It's Horrible.
the difference between the $15 fam- the coming five years. Another reso- place The first at 9 o'clock wag heardin surrender and the captain in irons. .ttf'
ily allotment and half their regular lution offering by the attorney gen- Vaudreuill, 20 miles away. It was 1 .
9000 G pay.Indemnities cession. The explosions the below the waves was then told to the believe need vile
for partial and total contracts with each publisher furnish- disrupted you dangerouj
disability would vary from a minimumof ing books provide that texts be deliv- telephone and telegraph communications British crew. The U-boat captain, see- calomel to start ycur liver and clean )

-I- $40 a month for privates up to $200 ered into the various counties of the with Rigaud, making it difficultto ing that his submarine was caught, your bowels. t
had decided to blow it and sacri-
for high officers. The education of injured state in time for opening of high obtain information. Traffic on the up Here's my guarantee! Ask your .
fice all board rather than face
men in vocations by which they schools this fall, with appropriate pent Canadian Pacific Railroad's Ottawa- on cap- druggist for a 50 cent bottle of Dod- ;

could earn a livelihood also is provided alty for failure to do sc. Montreal line, which passes close to ture. Members of the crew rebelled, son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful 4
I they said, and chained their captain to
for. I All efforts to postpone the adoption the plant, has been suspended. tonight. If it doesn't start your liver ;
save their own lives. From that timeon
Under the terms of the bill soldiers' failed. Ottawa, Aug. 19.-First reports received and straighten you right up better ;
had been anxious for .
When man or a boy goes to serve here from the scene of the they capture.On than calomel
sailors and marines would be enabledto By working hard all day the com- powder and without griping or !
his country it signifies an experience explosion yesterday at Rigaud, board the submarine important making sick I "you
I obtain insurance on their lives during mission was aVle to adjourn late this :you want to go i
that will mean elevation and resolu- Quebec, state that in the neighborhoodof papers were found telling of subma-
I the war in sums from $1,000 to evening and announce thre adoptionto I back to the store.and get your mon- f
tion to him all through life.-The La- $10,000, the government taking' the the eager book agents who had hith- 250 persons had been killed.' rine routes and of the location of the ey.
dies Home Journal. Rigaud is village in Vaud- supply ship. A volunteer crew of Eng- i
risk and the men paying the premiumsThe erto been barred from the executive a post Take calomel today and tomorrowyou
reuil county, Quebec, on the Riviere a lish sailors was then picked and, garb-
rate would be approximately $8 sessions in the house of representatives will feel weak and sick and
WHERE THEY la Graisse miles ed in German suits taken from the U- nan-
YOUR SUPPLIES hall while the in 45 southwest of Mon
adoption was seated.
per $1,000 of insurance and the prem- Don't lose a day's work. Takea
GO. treal. It had a population of 1,000 boat crew, they manned the U-boat
iums would be payable by installmentsout progress. spoonful of harmless, vegetable Bed-
prior to the war. The whole country- and located the supply ship. Takingthe .
of pay.Children. The commission will meet Monday son's Liver Tone tonight and wake
Now that the United States is in the up to 18 years old-"or if morning at 9 o'clock and adopt a few side was covered at 1 o'clock with a supply crew by surprise, the Brit- feeling great. It's perfectly harmless up,

war to see it through there is no more incapable of pursuing a substantially supplementary books it did not have dense copper-colored smoke. A spe- ish captured the ship and waited for so give it to your children
about whether what you time to consider today. cial train of doctors and nurses left more submarines.One any
question gainful occupation because of mentalor time. It can't salivate, so let them
make is for our soldiers or for those physical infirmities, than withoutage The basal books, however, which here at 10:30 o'clock for the scene of by one the enemy U-boats ap- eat anything afterwards.

of our allies. Supplies are being turn- limit"-and wives of men and offi- must be furnished under the law "at the disaster. proached the mother ship for supplies. ((11-4))

I ed into a vast common stock from cers would be given family allow- as low prices as sold anywhere in the Before the British left the supply ship ---' -

which steady streams are .flowing to ances, within the limits designated, dur-. United States," were adopted today Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell they had sunk 17 German submarines Read the Bradford County Tele-

all the forces which we can properly ing the- term of- service- of- the men in- ;and---- are -as- -follows---- ..-:- everybody. Advertise. and taken the crews captives graph-the home paper.
help. As our country is making com- sured. The amounts would depend on Basal books (to be used first). i I

mon cause with the other nations arrayed the size of the family, the allotment Advanced Arithmetic-Stone-Mills,

against Germany, the Red Cross made by the husband or father out of Benjamin H. Sanborn and Company, I jc .

could hardly let supplies accumulate his pay and other circumstances, to be Boston, Mass.AlgebraWells.
here for our exclusive use when there determined in each individual case. and Hart, D. C. I I i I

4 I is desperate need among the soldiersof Other dependent relatives would be Heath & Company, Atlanta, Ga. -I
l lI
our allies. given allowances only in case volun- Geometry-Plane and Solid, Went- I MOBILIZEDI,

tary allotments were made them out worth and Smith's, Ginn & Company, I II ,

OUR CAUSE. of the pay of the man insured. Atlanta, Ga.TrigonometryWitb. I I i

-- "Assume that a man were totally Labels, Went- I '

(By Herbert Kaufman.) disabled by losing both' legs and both worth and Smith's Ginn & Company, II II'ii i

arms in battle," to illustrate. "Underthe Atlanta, Ga.American. 'I
We are not fighting a war, but war compensation provisions of this History Stephenson'sGinn IIithi I .

itself. and bill, if he were a private and unmar- & Company, Atlanta, Ga. hh I II '
We have no quarrel with kings ried he would receive month I
$40 a Civil Government-Dunn's Com-
empires, but we are extirpating the and if, as most probable, he needed a munity and The Citizen, D. C. Heath RED S I !, I I
between all sov-
cause of every quarrel nurse or attendant, up to $20 additional & Company, Atlanta, Ga.
ereigns and sovereignties. General History-West's Ancient : 0 !

This, the supreme conflict first concerted of the "If he had a widowed mother depen- World, Allyn & Bacon, New York. CHILL iFEVEl HANDSOME FRONT DOORS r
I is Democracy's
t ages, dent on him for support, he would get Modem World-Allyn & Bacon, New I ,
L attack upon satrapy and hereditary another $10. If he subsequently mar- York. the beauty of the home I
the firm ready :
God's will and
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1, strength of just arms it shall be the at once by $15. If, later on, I Bacon, New York. i to be mustered into service. I

,* last.We he had children, the compensationwould : Physical Geopraphy-Dryer's High ; i
the allied armies of the free -CMILLe-alllD-P" "
again be increased $10 a month School Geography, American Book DUM.AOUI.MfclOUS PCVM I '
the "Castle the Hill, : Prices below 1
are storming on IMTtftMITTINT PCVCft AltO wholesale.
for the
J each of first two children, a Company, Atlanta, Ga. ALL MALAHIALMIAMiDIBSCTfON .
the from ,
j which alone holds highroad possible maximum of $105 a month. General Science-With Manual, El- ANDLA {NIMI .P I I

thoroughfare. "In addition to this monthly pay- huff's, D. C. Heath & Company, At- *
No race shall henceforth exact toll ment he would be fitted with artificial lanta, Ga.BotanyAndrew's. WATER TWO TU.IPOONPUU-'N rll"VTM"IIHOU" I

: i from civilization to profit its own des- limbs and have treatment. His com- Practical Course, THREE UNTIL TIME IT ACTS A WILL DAY THIN I Ii i! I'I'i

i I potic ambition. shall trembleI pensation or pension would not be af- American Book Company, Atlanta, Ga. CHIIDMN m PROPORTION MI i I II
f No little state again fected by any increased earnings. Fur- Zoology-Colton's D. C. Heath & PRICE 25 CENTS I I I
j in the shadow of political ogres. thermore, if he wanted to set '
up as a Company, Atlanta, Ga.
; No sea shall ever be vassal water small storekeeper, under the compen- Physics-With Laboratory Guide, 'i

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\ for fodder and drain commute $20 a month of his compen- New York. FLA. .
,1 1 stalwarts cannon
i I sation; this might give him $1,000 or Chemistry-Brown Lee, Fuller, Y I,
: i I its stores of wealth for Gargantuan more and still leave him protected to Schon & Whitsett, Allyn & Bacon, Illltlrln;

{I armaments. some extent." New York. STARKE FIA
it at and
Buy druggists
i j No power shall blackmail peace With L !
and RheotoricBrooksBooks ,
t j the bayonet and defy world-will from general stores or pos+aaid
I i behind a hedge of steel. HIGH OFFICIALS PLANNING TO 1 and 2, American Book Com- from toe manufacturers. :
CHECK ACTIVITIES OF I. W. W. pany, Atlanta, Ga. I .
i I The ghosts of Alexander and Attila .

i ; must be laid-never to stalk another Organization Threatens Life of Industries F.American Johnson Literature-Metcalf's, B.
Publishing Company Rich-
i l i i i vandalage.century, never. to lead another people Necessary for Conduct of War mond, Va.English. Mflfl

WASHINGTON Literature-Metcalf's, B. F.
These things we have resolved-so Aug. 22.-Grave

I ?i.; that reason alone may rule the universe menace to industries whose continua- i Johnson Publishing Company, Richmond N. T. RITCH, Pre W. T Weeks Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH, Cashier ,
I tion at high is deemed I Va.Beginner's.
speed vital
that women may breed worthy to
t ; sons and deserving daughters without the prosecution of the war is seen by I Latin-Dooge, Ginn &

\ dread, that opportunity may be weigh'f officiajs here in the growing activitiesof Company, Atlanta, Ga.
' !i ed upon uncheating scales, that mercy the I. W. W. leaders on the Pacific Latin Grammar-Allen & Green-

I | t and thought may control the hemispheres coast and in the far Northwest.The ough, Ginn & Company, Atlanta, Ga.CaesarWalker's Bradford County Bank

I and persecution and barbarity movement apparently is near- Scott, Foresman
be banished. ing its maximum and the full scope of & Company, Chicago, Ill. 1

, \ This is our .Cause; who serves it its possibilities is not minimized here.A Cicero-Johnson & Kingery, Scott,

I 4 t serves Humanity. pretentious program calling for Foresman & Company, Chicago, Ill. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold.
strikes, lockouts and general disturb- Virgil-Knapps, Scott Foresman &

I ances over seven states or about one- Company, Chicago, Ill.
I WHY WE ARE AT WAR. third of the area of the country has Latin Composition-Baker & Inglis,

! been brought to the attention of the The McMillan Company, Atlanta, Ga. Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank

j' department of justice by scores of ex- I. French-Walter Ballard's Beginner's close of business
Have you clearly in mind all the tu: June 20th 1917.
' events and circumstances which led us pert field investigators now in the af- French (first year), Charles Scribner's
1 fected territory. Sons, Atlanta, Ga.
'I into the war against Germany? Do
you understand exactly what events Prosecution of strike leaders, where I French Reader-Walter Ballard's RESOURCES LIABILITIES

finally made it impossible for us longer justified in the opinion of the depart- Charles Scribner's Sons, Atlanta, Ga.

to remain neutral? Could you ex- ment, on charges of conspiracy or un- German-Walter & Krause's Begin- Loans and Discounts 155747.45 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00

I plain, offhand, what we expect our der in the espionage act, is contemplated ner's German (first year), CharlesScribner's Bradford County School Warrants 16,199.40 Surplus fund 10,000.00
t I specific cases but no general prose- Sons, German Reader, same
victory to give to the world and humanity -
? ? cution of the I. W. W. leaders is ex- author, same publisher. Town of Starke Bonds 2,000,00 Undivided profits, less expenses paid 7965.85

All these things are contained in the pected. Spanish-Fuentes & Francois Prac- Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 Cashier's checks outstanding 1,158.92

I "Red, White and Blue Book," the first District attorneys in Washington, tical Spanish Grammar, Supple & Mc All other Real Estate owned 5861.50 Deposits
account by the United States Oregon, Montana and Idaho, as wellas Millan's Spanish Reader of South 247,134.23
I It r of how it came into the great in California, Arizona and New American History both published by Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 572.08

!t'" conflict. Mexico, have been instructed to de- the McMillan Company, Atlanta, Ga. Cash on hand and in Banks 89,764.73 ,
vote unceasing attention to the situa- Bookkeeping-Ellis Practical with
\I- ; Any woman may have this by writ-
' tion and to institute prosecutions at accessories, Allyn & Bacon, New York.
J' ing to the Woman's Committee of the TOTAL $291,259.00 TOTAL $291,259.00
time Commercial
I United States Council of National Defense any justified. Arithmetic-Moore &

? j !t at Washington, D C., for "How Officials here were much interestedin Miners, Ginn & Company, Atlanta, Ga.

' i i r the War Came to America." Rowand's demand for a ten hour Commercial Law-Lyons, Lyons & Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transaction
I p day in the harvest fields. Any organized Carnahan, Chicago, Ill. ;

t movement, it was said, tending Florida dealers, school superintendents of business is offered by us. Absolute safety, perfect convenience ::1
FOUR GUNNERS ARE FIRST U. S. to prevent or delay the harvesting and
high school
principals areurged
NAVAL PRISONERS CAPTURED the country's crops in any section to make every effort looking prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank. ;

would come clearly within the class of securing an immediate supply of these<
' WASHINGTON, Aug. 23.-Four subjects with which the president was books as none others can be used in Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of our .

authorized by congress in the war res- the high: schools of Florida beginningwith *
best all
attention times.Bradford
American at
, gunners, taken from an ship olution to deal with .
summarily. this term of school
as providedby
and believed to be held prisoners in a
Another industry which has already the law under which this adoptionwas 1
submarine, are the first American naval .
I been I
1' affected to some extent by activities made.
I prisoners taken by Germany since I I traceable to I. W. W.
sympathizers .
the war began. The prisoners were Ninety per cent of the books recom-
the captain and four members of the is spruce logging in Washington.At mended by the subcommission were County Bank
one stage of the labor disturbancesthe -
gun crew from the Standard Oil tanker adopted.
government's great program:: of air .
Campana, sunk Aug. 6. The sink- craft construction appeared to be men-

ing of the Campana was not announced aced but the situation in this industry Whenever You Need a General Tonic

j until a week later by the Navy de- has been restored more nearly to nor- Take Grove's. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold. y

partment. mal within the past few days.A The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless

I third industry which might be se- chill Tonic is equally valuable as a ;
General Tonic because it Starke Florida.
Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days siously affected by general I. W. W. well known tonic properties of contains QUININEand the +

Vow druggist will refund money if PAZO strikes, it is said, is copper mining in IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drivesout 1r
OINTMENT Itn to crt incase of Itching.
Blind.Bleedinr Protruding Pilea in 6to Hdan. Montana. The government is follow Malaria, Enriches the Blood and -lI
The first application Elves Ease and Rest.x ing this situation closely. Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents. ,

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f' FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1917.

'f -- ing a 1917 Ford) he said he was tak- GERMANS ABANDON TRENCH cases they' *have constructed steel and PLANS FOR GIGANTIC TROOP

r1E m ing it to his brother-in-law in Arcadia. WARFARE ON WESTERN FRONT concrete forts, small, but almost impervious MOVEMENT BEING PERFECTED

t News of Florida in Short Paragraphs.. The arresting officer knowing Hollandand to artillary fire. Numbers of -

not recalling any relatives he had Troops Are Placed n Huge Craters these strongholds are built entirely NEW YORK, Aug. 23.-Plans for

in Arcadia, searched the auto and discovered Made by Exploding Shells. under ground, the only exit being a the most important troop movementever

a Hillsborough county number steel trap door through which the Ger- attempted in this country, involving
\ [Uye State News] under the seat. They brought the pris- -- mans come out to set up machine gunsA the transportation of 687,000 men,
British Front in France and Bel-
oner and auto to Wauchula and read- large number of these redoubts have are being perfected by the American
ing the Tampa Tribune learned where gium, Aug. 22.-The beginning of the been found to be east and north of Railway Association at the request of

: by Our Exchanges.NEW I IW" a Ford car bearing the same Hillsbor- fourth year of the war finds the Ger- i Ypres, and to the left where the the federal government.The .

.t;. 'I ough county number had been stolen, mans rapidly making a radical changein French fought. In innumerable casesit movement of troops from the

i : I I and turned the prisoner over to the their method of defense along the happened that the advancing allies various states to the army cantonments -
British battle front in northern France
; SYMRNA TAMPA.-William A. Holland, who county authorities. swept beyond the Germans concealedin will start September 5, and be-

good sized black, bear,in :the hammock escaped from the prisoners' cage in and Belgium. The constructed continuous forward linesof shell holes or in concrete dug outs. tween that date and September 9, the

a southwest of thd city last Friday the courthouse Wednesday, while ORLANDO WILL BE NEW STATE wonderfully Invariably the British have to put up railroads will complete the entrain-
t; and several families in the city awaiting'trial for larceny of an auto- CAPITAL SAYS THE GOVERNOR trenches with their deep dugouts, in with sniping from the rear, but ulti- ment of 200,000 men, approximately
which lived and numbersof
feasted on bear meat the following mobile, was arrested Sunday at Wau- fought great mately they account for every German 30 per cent of the total number to be
if. I men, are fast passing into discard. remained behind.
who has
chula, and will probably have a sec- moved.It .
: 4ay People of Tallahassee Evidently Have The is adopting the
enemy systemof The defenses within Lens and sub-
ond charge to face here, as he is alleg- Rubbed the Catts Fur Wrong. is expected that a second movement -
his advance forces
the ed to have been driving an automobile scattering overa urbs are striking examples of the Ger- of 200,000 men will begin Sep-
. DAYTONA.-Sunday morning stolen here Saturday night, when he great depth. Cunningly constructed man tendency to depend more and tember 18, continuing for four days,
" old son, Raymond, of Mr. has informed Mr. J. strongholds the myriad of shell of semi-iso-
four year was picked up at Wauchula. He was Governor Catts among more upon large numbers and a third movement of the same size
; and Mrs. Ginn, of Palatka, was run arrested three weeks ago, on Sunday, A. Rowe, a prominent attorney of Orlando holes along the front now conceal in- lated garrisons rather than to mass on October 3.

down and killed by a Ford car driven at Dade City, on information from that after his term of office expires numerable small and more or less iso- their men in trenches, where they Some conception of the task which

by Irvin Norman and owned by T. H. Sheriff White regarding an automobile that he intends to live in Orlando. lated garrisons of men who formerly would be at he mercy of the British confronts the association in the prep-

Landcaster, both of Winter Haven. stolen here. Holland pried loose the He did intend to live in Tallahassee fought shoulder to shoulder along the artillery. Lens is a city of concrete, aration of schedules that will assure

i heavy iron screen in the prisoners'cage but he had not been received in great stretch of picturesque ditches and the ground beneath is honey- the prompt movement of these troops

JACKSONVILLE-The federal government and climbed down from the second that: city with open arms, and he intends through which communication was not combed with tunnels. Almost every without interference with regular

has recently commandeeredthe story by means of a four inch to rebuke the people there by removing broken for miles. building has been destroyed by the traffic may be gleaned from fact that
ship-building plant of Hillyer- the state capitol to Orlando. This alteration has been brought Germans and the ruins have been for-
big iron pipe which ran close to the win- 6,229 cars, made up in 366 trains, withas
Spearing-Dunn in South Jacksonville.It dow. Here, is, Mr. Rowe's statement: about by the evergrowing preponderance tified with machine gun emplacementsThe many locomotives and train crews,
-- '
is anonunced that this will materially i. "Tell the people of Orlando," saidthe of British artillery which has fighting among these new Ger- are required to move one field army of
increase the shipbuilding industry governor, "that I'm coming to Or- buried the German front line trenches man defenses has given rise to many 80,000.
in that city. TALLAHASSEE.-Declaring that lando to live after my term of office under an avalanche of shells andfhu! :thrilling incidents. In the battle about The railroads have also been askedto
he would undertake to show the peo- has like Orlando. You left the defenses nothing but hftpei latest
expired. I peo- La gemarck.on the opening of the for 350,000
ple of Florida that since he has been ple want the state capital there, andI furrows of earth ,and has mall!Vhr: offensive a officer and twen-
SANFORD.-This city is to have a of offen- I young soldiers of the National Guard to their
he has been
governor guilty will do all in during the famous dugouts veritable ma&ftrapi Somerset had got through .
switch my power ty men This has been
the training already
for making camps.
fiber factory up ses which warrant his impeachment, in which countless thousands b .lqst
next session of the.legislature to aheadalong
into brooms and remove Langemarck and were forging started and will continue in increas-
and palmetto
grass Congressman Frank Clark Saturday the capitrj to Orlando. When 1 I their lives without a chance ghing \- the road to the north when theyencountered
volume until all have been moved
other articles. If these two products addressed a letter to Gov. S. J. Catts, back. -* ing
to Tallahassee to live I .
came came concealed
strong redoubts '
of Florida could be successfully com- in answer to certain charges made < .1'... A-...- <* ....... '. t' .
here with the purpose of making it my The continued deluge ofbreakingsteel one behind the other which ? **-
mercialized think what it would add to the Florida Matrimony. "'K,
representative by
home, but I have not been treated made repair work on the trenches were still firing into the town. The "
wealth of the state. "The Mldee. II. C. Bunner's charm-
the the governor, which fairly tingle with '
right here. the other night a crowd impossible and as the'Germans Somerset men surrounded the first redoubt -
interest. Mr. Clark is interested in ing romance of New York life was
came to my home and yelled cat callsat were gradually pushed back,thj,'of and although under a cruel fire,
KEY WEST. The saloons of the having the governor's son removed as the mansion otherwise actedin dashed off in a house in Seventeenth
and necessity, were forced to invent another assaulted it with bombs and machine
closed captain of Company B of the Florida i street in order to provide its author
Saturday after being -
city opened a disrespectful manner. The next mode of stemming the ever-ad- guns, and forced the garrison of thirty "
by the deputy United States mar- state militia, and has so expressed day I bought three shotguns and load- vancing tide. So it has come to be Germans to surrender. They then with funds "to get married on.

thai for a week. He gives the expla- himself in the papers of his state, be- ed them up-one for me, one for my depth of the defenses upon which the I started for the second redoubt. One .

nation that the recent order of closing cause he does not believe"young Catts son and one for my secretary. If they German depends in many places rather by one llhey! fell and finally the stronghold -

does not apply to Key West, as there properly qualified.JACKSONVILLE.. invade my home again, I will use those I than the strength his first line was reached there remained but The Secret.

are no large army camps here. The II' guns. I am going to protect my home. trenches. The recent allied offensive the youthful leader and six men. Beauty

order for opening came from the United .-Sam Nance, the 'I more than that, I will make no new east and north of Ypres disclosed ex- The officer hurled two bombs througha .

States marshal at Jacksonville. 'erstwhile negro preacher wanted for friends in Tallahassee, and want none.I amples of this new scheme of fighting, narrow opening into the redoubt and I Ii Ladies desire that irresistible

the murder of Charlie Douglass, a haven't been treated right here, and which bids fair to take the place of i threw two more against the steel door i charm-a good

MIAMI. The efforts of the United negro boy, in Brooklyn suburb on the when my term of office is up, I shall the tactics of the last three years. but without effect. Rushing up to the i ,4S? complexion. Of course

States Bureau of Fisheries to add tile night of August 9th, is believed to move out, and I'm going to Orlandoto Wherever the German front line door he hammered with his first and they do not wish others

.. fish to the American dietary have met have succumbed to wounds receivedthe live." trenches have been made untenable, or called out fiercely for the Germans to beautifier
with success. Prior to October, 1915, following Wednesday when he escaped Attorney Rowe says that the gov- where a British attack is expected, surrender. Thereupon followed a remarkable .: ( \ to know a

this fish was unknown in the market. from Deputy J. C. Brown near I ernor said all of this and even more one finds a new order of things. The scene, the door being thrown has been used so they

During June, 1916, the receipts at Graveley HilL Nance was shot twice to him, and requested him to convey new first German lines often consist of open and forty-two Germans filing out buy a bottle of

New York amounted to 1,126,000 by Brown, and was afterward trailedto this message to the people of Orlando. strong outposts concealed in shell cra- with hands raised. With them camea

pounds. The total sales of tile fish houses he visited seeking relief to ters and a considerable distance apart. Yorkshire man who was woundedand Magnolia Balm

since this fishery was established were his injuries. Deputy Brown was in the PERSHING DEPLORES AMERICA'S Back of these outppsts are chainsof taken prisoner two or three days

more than 4,000,000 pounds up to June act of handcuffing Nance when he LACK OF INTEREST IN WAR. shell hole nests each nest consisting before. LIQUID FACE POWDER'

30th, having a first value exceeding broke and ran into the woods. Brown of two or three craters connected by The remnant of the little British ed according to .mpl,direction Improvement
, $200,000. fired several shots at the negro. He underground passages that often leadto band collected its seventy-two prisoners i. noticed at coca 5ooth nl.cooling ud
dropped a handsatchel he was carry- PARIS, Aug Major Gen. Per- dugouts. As the entire territoryis and returned to its own lines. icfrethios. HeJ Sunburn Mope T. .
ing and lost his hat. Examination of shing, the American commander, told ) ftn*. Rote-R.d.
pitted with holes this is of .
easy ac- amf'INtI.
15"of'Dlllfi/tlt or to
TALLAHASSEE-Late Monday afternoon the hat showed that one of the bullets the Associated Press that the war can complisment and it may be presumedthat + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Governor Catts removed from had passed through the rim. Nance be won only by hard and forceful attacks the Germans figure it will be hard + + Sample (either color) for 2c. Stu p.LyonMfg.Co. .

office Sheriff Coleman of Sumter coun- was shot in the arm and side. delivered by a welltrainedAmerican for the allied observers to pick out the + NOTICE TO CONTRIBUTORS.Persons + .. 40 South Fifth Su Brooklyn.N.Y.
ty and commissioned as his successor, army working in conjunc- + +
defended shell holes from the thou- i
Leonard L. Galbreath of Center Hill, tion with the allied armies.
+ who have +
GREEN COVE.-Never was Green sands of others scattered about. anything
Sumter county. J. V. Burke, private Deploring the lukewarmness of the
Cove Springs, n fact all of Clay coun- Where time has allowed the Ger- + they wish to appear in the Tele- +
secretary to the governor, stated American people in regard to the war,
suspended "becauseof ty, so horribly shocked as last Thurs- mans have made the shell hole defenses .+ graph, are requested to bring it + Ask Your Grocer
Coleman Gen. added
Mr. was Pershing
: + to this office not later than 8 a. +
of day afternoon about four o'clock when with elaborate care. Each nest
drunkenness, non enforcement "Every man, and child should
and the news was phoned in from Long woman is heavily protected by barber wire, + m., Thursdays, but earlier is pre- +' I
the law, collusion with blind tigers support the administration in its determination +
Branch, six miles west of town, that and the chambers beneath are rein- + ferred. The Telegraph force
general good for nothingness. to and equip the U. !
Mr. Victor D. Eddy had been killed. arm forced with timbers and concrete. In + takes a holiday Thursday after- +
He had for two weeks past been at S. army and to keep up its morale and these the infantry lurk with machine + noon, as other workers in Starke, + CHEEKNEAisCOFFEES ;

PENSACOLA.-Shrimp in Pensa- Long Branch, the Southern Cattle that of the allied armies. This war guns and rifles, ready to rush out and + and the paper goes to press in +
cola bay appear to be a thing of the Feeding Company's big farm, dsmon- will not be won by talk or by subscrib- begin firing if attacked. + the forenoon. +
the Cross. The American
ing to Red
in this sort of + +
past, for men engaged strating some improved harvesting
work nowadays are not much encour- machinery. In passing from one part people must come to a full realizationof Machine Guns Command Openings + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
of the shell hole nests have
what the war means. It can be Many
with the catches they to
aged manage of his work to another he crossed the
which lead
won only by striking'hard and force- rear exits underground
make. In the past hundreds of poundswere log road of the Dowling-Shands Lum- ,
ful blows, not otherwise." back to what is called the first fire line What is LAX-FOS
taken at a single trip and craft ber Co. His has been
hearing ser-
The general was emphatic in A few yards behind the shell hole Best By Every Test
were built for the work. At that time iously impaired for several and very LAX-IOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA *
the interview which lasted but few nests and situated half way between
the shrimp were of the largest and when he stopped on the track to light a A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Cathartic
minutes. them are machine gun emplacementswhich Cascara Balk
and Tonic. Contains ,
most choice variety and found ready Liver
his pipe, he failed to hear the approachof
command opening Rhubarb Root Black
Blue Flag Root, ,
sale both in the local and foreign
a heavy log train. The negro brake ARRESTED FOR PUTTING PUL- nests. Thus, if the attacking soldiers I Root,May Apple Root,Senna Ltaves and
i markets. man endeavored to warn him of his VERIZED GLASS IN BANDAGESIs force their way through the nest Pepsin. Combines strength with*palatable -

..;,. i danger but to no purpose. The train they are met by a deluge of machine aromatic taste. Does not gripe. 50c JRfiARDINSUPPLY

1 ST. AUGUSTINE.-This city is to ran over the body, severing one leg bullets. Still further to the rear is the ---,, -

; have a silk producing plant. It will and crushing the head badly. Thought To Be Either A FanaticOr first fire line which may be some sort

'y be established by the American Silk Dangerous Spy. of a trench or) merely a chain of connected i. YOU!
} Producing and Manufacturing Company PALM BEACH-Believing that as a shell holes. Even recruit troops H

it and will be located at the.Aiken liquor man, W. C. Groves of West are often sheltered in the shell holes. 4aaiiilaJ b1IIWIOIi1WLfl

: Grove in New Augustine. Dr. Pamp- Palm Beach represents the worst element PITTSBURG, Aug. 23.-The almost The villages which present an easy A

I'z \' hilis represents the company mentioned of the state of Florida, the members -i unbelievable story of the arrest of a mark to the British artillery are being ., I I

n and personally has had many yearsof of the executive board of the woman having pulverized glass in her avoided by the Germans. An illustra- .

experience in silk worm culture and Florida Equal Suffrage league have possession and charged with sprink- tion of this was to be seen at Lange- R' i2 ..jf., :-.'"

in the manufacture of silk. Conditions voiced a formal protest against the ling it on the bandages she rolled, was marck. The defenses there were most :; Ji

wrought by the war have greatly affected appointment of Groves as a food pur- told from one of the women connected I I complete, but when the British had /fjfl J?
'l the importations of silk and the chasing agent for the government.The with the bandage class at the leading battered their way into Langemarckthey HARDWARiEW .

_ industry on American soil promises resolutions unanimously passedthe church of this city, who related how found very few troops defendingit. GARDEN FIELD
, big returns on the investment. meeting of the executive board two women had dropped into the build- and .
and will be sent to Herbert C. Hoover, ing and volunteered to help in making The Germans also have taken advantage W

" STUART-C. F. Geiss assistant supervisor the new food administrator at Wash- bandages. One proved to be an em- of every farm house in the SEEDSESPECIALLY
of the United States Coast ington. Mr. Groves is well known as ploye of the Secret Service;who close- construction of strong concrete redoubts A

Guard Telephone Line Construction a liquor dealer of West Palm Beach, ly watched the movements of the oth- for machine guns. In many ADAPTEDFOR
1 and before Dade went also er. The plot was revealed, when the
force with his assistants, laid the submarine county dry, YOUR'STATE.FREEe.
,- from the operated saloons in Miami. At woman was arrested as she left the + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + R A .
cable Wednesday
: House of Refuge across the Indian present he is in the midst of a manda- church, and it was aimed at maiming + DUVAL HOTEL 4 ;
with mus suit to compel the Palm Beach soldiers lying wounded on the battle- + JACKSONVILLE 4
. river connecting by telephone land and county commissioners to grant him license fields or when they were taken to.base + Opposite postoffice, hot and cold + E OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATALOG
Jensen the ,
nearest point on PRICEUST
>-, Riving, service between the Gilberts to sell liquor.GAINESVILLE.News. hospitals, by the use of the ground + water, elevator, telephones; rates 4 C.. :. AND WEEKLY TODAY rt
with telephones glass concealed on the bandages. + rooms without bath, $1 : two per- + SEND FOR THEM
,i Bar Station and all points C. Jones
+ sons, same room, $1.50; with bath +
J in operation. Emergency use was received EAJ1ARTINSEEDGO.JACKSONYILLE.FLA.
f for the public is a convenience if a fire from Williston of a frightful acci- YES, LIFT A CORN + $1.50; two persons same room, $2 + .
starts, a doctor is needed or a submarine dent occurring near that town Saturday OFF WITHOUT PAIN + W. S. JONES, Mgr. + Starke, 4 9
_ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
sighted. afternoon, which resulted in the
!II death of Eugene S. Mixson, a promi- .
iI PALATKA. yellow cat that appears nent white farmer, and Brown Lewis, Cincinnati Authority Tells How

to have been a tramp, had been a colored man, when the northbound To Dry Up a Corn or CallusSo

J1 making his home in the alley back of Coast Line passenger train No. 42 collided It Lifts Off With r-.. .
'. Kalbfield's Grand theatre and the bil- with the automobile driven by 1 -

liard parlor for some days. When it Mr. Mixson. The accident happenedat Fingers.You .

, roamed into the billiard parlor some of a crossing just north of WillistonMr. Straw
with : Mixson attempted to cross the r.
the young men there would play corn-pestered men and women aTOFF
it. Thursday while Clarence Kenner- track ahead of the swiftly moving need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes

"'r: ly was pla'ingith the cat, it bit him train, when the engine pilot struck that nearly killed you before, says ,
!f Mr. Kennerly shot the cat and sent the the auto hurling it with its two occupants this Cincinnati authority, because a

1: head to Jacksonville for analysis, as a distance of one hundred feet, few drops of freezone applied directly -

( he was afraid of the rabies. The cat demolishing one side of the cattle on a tender, aching corn or callus,

4 ) also during the same day had bitten guard at the crossing. Mr. Mixson stops soreness at once and soon the

the usher at Kalbfield's. Neither areCatts1 and the negro were picked up in a dv- corn or hardened callus loosens so it Summer Suits
\ ing condition, both expiring within and all with-
L men. can be lifted out, root_ ,
; three hours after the accident, which out pain. 3
..;- -
. happened aabout one o'clock.WAUCHULAEarly
,- KEY WEST-The United States pat A small bottle of freezone cost very

trol boat Nemus, on guard duty in the little at any drug store, but will posi-

t northwest channel, seven miles from' Sunday morn- tively take off every hard or soft corn tl

Key West, caught fire from some un- ing at became known to Captain Sim- or callus. This should be tried, as it ,
.'t known cause at 5 o'clock Saturday af- mons, of Company F, that William A. is inexpensive and it said not to irritate -i '

ternoon, and was burned to the wa Holland, a member of the company the surrounding skin. J

ter's edge, being a total loss. Several who failed to appear when the com- If your druggist hasn't any freezonetell

tugboats from the port went out to pany was mustered into service was him to get a small bottle for you ALVAREZ 'f

her assistance, one returning at eight in town in an automobile, leaving later from his wholesale drug house. It is J. M. I

I o'clock with two members of the going south. Second Lieutenant Alt- fine stuff and acts like a charm every

crew who were frightfully burned. The man and First Sergeant Barker were I time. ((63)

men were rushed to the marine hospital ordered to arrest him. They securedan 1
for medical attention, while the automobile and caught Holland To Cure S Cold la One Day;

tug immediately put out again for the when near Arcadia. He was arrestedas Take LAXATIVE BROJJO Quinine. It stop the
and Headache and works off the Cold.
scene of the boat, but up to midnightnone a deserter, and when questioned regarding Cough Druggists refund money if it till to cure. .

had returned. t the automobile (he was driv- I!. W. GROVE'S- -sijnature- on-etch---box.+.


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quires little or no school education. Is it should not be so, but how is the VESSELS. !

! $1: this true? change to be brought about, the evil All pupils who expect to attend 'f

Published Weekly and entered u second Not infrequently when a young man be corrected? Man should suffer the Success of Strikes in Other Countries school this year are urged to come to HAVANA, Aug. 21.-At the peed ]
,f is making progress in mechanics, we same shame, the same social ostracism Encourages Syndicalists. school building Saturday, Sept. 1st, at dential palace today in the presence
; class matter at the post-office at hear it said: "I can't see where begot woman is forced to endure, butwillthe 9 o'clock, for the purpose of getting a Gen. Marti, secretary of war rf '

. Starke. Florida. his talents, for his father had no day ever come when this will be COPENHAGEN 22.-Fears ofa list of text books to be used this year and Williara,E.\ Gonzales, Unit _
I for mechanics at all." But what so-Green Cove Springs. Aug.
taste general strike in the munition worksof and to stand examination for promo- States minister, to Cuba, President i
: E.. S. MATTHEWS' Editor and OwnerEL about his mother-could he not have TALKING 'BOUT THE GOVERNOR Germany are entertained by the tion where pupils failed and desire Menocal signed'a'decree transferring
inherited it from her? Have women
promotion. The teachers will be on to the United States
Associate Editor according to reports from government four
E. LAGERGREN government,
never mechanical talents? They have, examinations and to German
, A socialistic in Berlin. hand to conduct large steamships, the Bavaria
; but they seldom get credit for it, just Governor Catts will probably go Activities sources of the syndicalists in Ger- render any other assistance needed by Olivant, Adelheid and Constania. ,
. The nation's food problem is at last because it is such a common thing down in the history of Florida as the have been redoubled since the pupils. aggregate tonnage of'approximatel at(

in the hands of the government, represented with them. state's most criticised governor. He many success in securing general strikes in We have thought best to attend to 20,000 tons!, which were seized as prk ;
by Commissioner Hoover, and Did you ever examine a bed quilt ofa seems to have the unfortunate facultyof Spain Finland and several of the this matter on Saturday prior o open- es of war on the day Cuba declared .
'I undue speculation in the necessariesis complicated geometrical pattern? If creating situations that give room American states and circulars are reported ing of school on Monday because of war against Germany.The .
a thing of the past. The food bill you gave it more than a cursory for caustic criticisms from his political to have been distributed in the he fact that a part of the textbooks first three named ships are in
agitation has lasted for months, having glance you could not help admiringboth foes and that cannot easily be condoned munition works urging walkout. I will be new and classification will have Havana harbor, where they have been
l' been retarded by congressmen be- the planning and the putting together by his friends. At this time, less The government has issued a a semi- to be made. By this means we will be undergoing repairs for several monthi
the of the of the hundreds of pieces of than eight months since his inauguration Monday
lieved to have been in pay official notice warning workers against able to begin work promptly The Constantia is at Cienfuegos.
But cloth. We often see such works of the seems to have very that all The Kadonia
food speculators and gamblers. governor this agitation, and appealing to the morning. It is hoped patrons the fifth and smallest
I while the agitation lasted the latter art executed by modest women, the few left of his friends among the state men not to desert their brothers at the will see to it that the pupils report at of the ships seized, is retained as
I I' reaped a harvest of many millions of designs of which even decorative pain- editors. For one cause or another they front. school building Saturday morning. I transport for army supplies.It k
i dollars, filched from the consumers' ters might feel proud of. The same appear to have practically all deserted S. S. BOWLING. is announced that Minister Gonzales .
I with the elaborate crocheting designswe him. The most notable recent instance -
pockets. NEW GINNING MACHINERY IN acting as the representative of
rl I : so frequently see. How many men of this change of heart is the W. T. DRYDEN.Mr. I the United States shipping board,
STALLED.The will
,;, Over in Lake county at every dan- understand the mysteries of a sewing Ft. Lauderdale Sentinel, edited by Geo. take possession of.the ships tomorrow "
: \ gerous turn in the paved highways the machine? Yet a woman learns them ; G. Matthews. During the notable campaign Minister Gonzales when asked
sign stares the motorist in the face, very quickly, and the mechanism must I of last year Editor Matthews A. D. Andrews Mercantile Company I W. T. Dryden died Saturday af- amount the United States the
"See Harris, the Undertaker. Easy if the who the all the ternoon, August 18th, at the home of governmentwas
be very dilapidated woman compared governor to great has just installed a thirty-five paying Cuba for these ships
Payments." This is a whole lot better tinkering, and dead to the his daughter, Mrs. 0. A. Thrower, near replied -
uses it cannot, through men, living always horsepower boiler and engine for the "absolutely nothing."
I than "Stop, Look, Listen." Harris make it do her work. Weaving at advantage of Mr. Catts. We recall) purpose of running their cotton gin Temples Mill. He had sustained a "President Menocal," he continued ?
J knows his business and while it is home is now a lost art, but when it t the ranked him as a greater orarajthat and elevator, which will unload the stroke of paralysis about six weeks "declined to consider offers to |
r probable that t no records have been flourished it involved a good many in-< William Jennings Bryan, andaafihk cotton from peoples' wagons up to the before, and had since then been unableto chase or lease, whether made by paj. \1
to the results from this adver- speak, making his wants known by gov
kept as tricate mechanical processes in ,greatest statesman and patrioty. ernments, navigation companies
tising, it is safe to say that it has been the finished product from the raw > JibAday. Editor Matthews now tellsfhaLhe gins.This company has a large gin house, signs or by writing. Unremitting were medical dividuals. He regards these prizes or in.of i'

efficacious in bringing home to the material. Then came the making o was deceived in his hero. I good new machinery, three double roller care and tender nursing fu-I war no tas agencies for commercial 1?
motorist the pealty that many times for the whole family, includingthe editorial is from the I tile on account of the patient's .
clothes Fauss gins, a good corn mill now profits but to be used, as he states in. t
attends exceeding the speed limit. Sunday coat for pater familJas. the Ft. Lauderdale Senti-I ready to grind again, uses a hydraulicpress age and feeble constitution.Mr. his decree, for the common benefit in j
; Some such plan as this if adopted in We could mention numerous other xt nel, still ,edited by Mr. George G. and a cotton elevator or unloader Dryden was born in Georgia 77 I aiding to bring the war against the i
St.Johns county might prove of value.St. amples of woman's handiwork. Some hews: ;I and have long been in the cotton years ago and came to Florida with i government of Germany to a prompt 1
Augustine Record.. of the instances we have quoted ina t. ,':':'Nothing is more painful than to II! ginning and buying business. Their his parents while a small child. They and victorious end. *.

Bradford county men not be. classed with mechanics, but .. Have an idol shattered. No man in ,I rules have been to pay as much for settled on New River and young Dry- "President Menocal would !
The not
who have young been drafted for military they require the same processes ot\\ Florida had a more exalted opinion of cotton as any other local bujer, sell den was lucky to become the pupil ofa them, but he has given them to sell the ;
undemonstrative. reasoning and resolution as purely mechanical : "Governor Catts before his election their cotton and pay their customersfor good teacher. Being of a studious
United States. It is another
service just
are very illustration
Some of them, who thought they could objects. Moreover, a man than we had. We had deplored news- the same, and by their fair dealings mind and fond of reading he acquireda of Cuba's generous spirit and- when himself to mechanics criticism that he would good education for his time and en-
examination and could not claim applying paper hoping with everyone their ginning busi- of her earnest to
purpose co-operate 4
pass often makes of and overshadow his mistakes with great hundred virons. His parents died early and he
use mathematics has from two
: exemption, did not wait to be called ness grown with her Allies to the full extent of 1
I but works out her official but alas have waitedin was thrown on his own resources,
the at once. These drawing. a woman acts, we bales a season to about 1,000 bales a her "
out but joined army
who had grounds for exemption did, problems without these aids. vain. Each folly he has committed season. We don't expect all of ever making his living by teaching school, power.
rule in their claims, but were The many problems in housekeeping only seems to give birth to others and 'bod "s' business, but we are thankful farming arid book-keeping.In the War
as a put abide by the decision of the care of children, nursing, "first aid" greater ones. He has proven himself for all the business we get. We between the States he served in the LASSIFIE
I willing exemption to board. It is a serious thing that a wife constantly has to solve, to be weak and has permitted, it seems do not feel that we have the best gin- Confederate army. Soon after the war C D'I

to have to leave wife and children and require intelligence of a high order; men to influence him, who if possessed ning outfit of any one in the county he moved to Starke, and in partner- I ADVERTISINGFOR
life full of uncertainties but credit is seldom given therefor.The with the ability lacked the high con- but do feel we are prepared to giveas ship with E. N. Adkins, father of Hon.A. .
t enter for a strange the future, but a strong feel- women themselves consider it as ception which makes men worthy ad- good service as any ginnery in our Z. Adkins, conducted a mercantile
the service of a matter of course, and the men say it visors. No man ever went into office county. business for a few years. He married SALE-Three horses. Geo. A.
ing the country patriotism before everything else. is taught by "woman's instinct." Evenif with greater opportunities for ad- Also I will explain the object of the Mrs. Rhoda McKinney, widow of Chas.V. Gardiner, Starke. 6-15-tf.

Honors to the brave young soldiers we call it instinct, the women are vancement, and no one ever did more Cotton Ginners Association. It has McKinney, and three daughterswere
and the brave and loyal wives they thus away ahead of us men, for the on- to so completely destroy his future. been> rumored that some of the members born to them, namely, :Mrs. 0. A. WANTED-Fifty cotton pickersTtonce. '
behind. ly thing we can boast of in this line is We say this not in anger, but with > of this association might have as Thrower, of Starke; Mrs. L. A. Powellof For particulars call at the
leave the instinct of elf preservation. deep humiliation,It is embarassing to their object to keep the price of cotton Miami; and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler, of Bank of Starke.

The "navy league" have got their la mentioning woman's work we remember how honestly we believed down[ but such is not the case. Theressa. After his marriage he divided -
walking papers. This is a society of have confined ourselves to her housework him to be a big, strong, able, educatedman The object of this Ginners Association his time between bookkeepingand FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Mrs.
civilians, and what they don't know only, but we see every day on only to find that he is lacking in is to co-operate with each other, farming. About five years ago M. Leviton, (Rivers Building),
about naval matters would fill vol- every hand instances that show how all these attributes. If he ever had and to co-operate with the farming he became a widower, and since that Starke. g-24-tf.

un,csu It was formed for the ostensi- almost any knowledge possessed by any chance to get Fletcher's place he people all over the different.counties, time he had mostly made his home FOR ____ i
H le purpose of rendering the navy sub- men can be acquired by women, including has completely destroyed all hopes of for the cotton ginners cannot prosper with Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Zeigler.The I SALE My fine mule, wagon j
stantial aid, but the principal businessof : soldiering. How much has been doing so. He will never be elected to unless the farmer prospers, and some deceased was an intelligent man and harness at a bargain. D. T. \
the members has been to find fault lost to the world through belittling another political office in Florida. His of them are large cotton growers. highly respected for his probity. He Clark, Starke. 8-24-4t !

with Secretary Daniels and hamperinghis woman's work, and through neglected antics have made Florida the laughing Also we want to gin the farmers' was of a ry reticent disposition, or
work to the extent they were able. education, crippling her, is hard to say: stock of every other state. He has cotton just as cheap as we can per bale his knowledge and talents would prob- FOR SALE-Baker's outfit Oven and
The secretary at last lost patience She is coming into her own little'by tied himself to Joe Earman, Hayes considering the high prices of ginning ably have been put to public use. baking utensils. Oven made by G.
with them and let them understand in little, not because she, frets under re- Lewis, J. V. Burke and others who will material as well as all other articles.In Of near relatives he is survived by S. Blodgett.Co. S. Cline, Lawtey,

no uncertain terms that in the future straint and wants to enter strange. be unable to aid him when election my opinion if the farmers will the daughters mentioned and by a Fla. B.24.2t.4
r they must mind their own business fields, but because the trend of the time comes around. We write (the handle their cotton right this year and stepdaughter, Mrs. E. B. Johns, of the
t and keep off his preserves, slamming times compels her to enter new ac I above not in exultation but in grief.S. do not have too much bad weather Wateroak section, to whom the sympa- WANTED-Scrap iron, metal and all
t his door in their faces by declaringthat tivities. Education is one of the most J. Catts may as well enjoy his pres- while gathering their cotton they will thy of all is extended. kinds of second hand machinery We
hereafter no donations for the I valuable factors of a nation's wealth; ent position as he will never get another be able to realize the best prices we The interment took place at Crosby pay highest cash prices. The At-
navy will be accepted for them. Mr. we could almost double this wealth by ." have ever had for Sea Island cotton. cemetery Sunday afternoon, Rev. N. lantic Iron and Metal Co.. office ;
Daniels has set the pace for all other t giving our girls their full share of ed- Turning from this scathing criti- Hoping all a prosperous season. T. King conducting the obsequies. Fla.528} W. Adams, St., Jacksonville,

official heads. The chief of the navy ucation.. cism at the hands of 'an erstwhile Respectfully, .
has enough of legitimate troubles friend and admirer of the governor A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co.
without having to be annoyed and retarded find the following in the Tallahassee i RAINY SUNDAYS. EDGAREYES

by busybodies. Those who interfere Record, edited by Herbert Felkel, an BIG TIMBER DEAL. I .
with the government in its ar- A wave of furious moral intensity uncomprimising opponent during the I O.tlca" ,
I duous task of mobilizing the troops struck Pensacola a few days ago and campaign: 1. Because the Fourth Command- JACKSONVILLE FLA
work into the hands of Kaiser Wil- the women of questionable character "The tale bearers have done more to an:Mr.appreciated S. M. Hurst caller, of New our office River,Mon-was ment does not except the rainy Sab- Broken Lsnssa Duplicated

I t helm.' w..e paraded through the streets to bring about the semi-chaotic state of in bath. Same Day as Ricitvcd t
1 I the office where affairs in the day. Mr. Hurst was town in con- 2 Because I insist on the minister
mayor's they were official life of Tallahassee WtSptaalireo iI rs--WePey fattgi
THE RAILROADS. nection with extensive timber deal
FENCE an ,
i f served with notice to leave the city. than any other one factor. If being there, whose contract is no more I W.me
he all the'timber
having bought on
.1! --- Following the arraignment of these tales could be carried without binding than mine.
f According to notices posted at the immoral women a Pensacola preacher geration, the tattle-tale would not exag-bea the lands owned by B. D. Warren This, of 3 Because I may miss exactly the I'in the week. ;

t Seaboard depot in Starke, thirteen delivered a sermon in one of the most menace, but it is human to make Nassauville, near Sampson City. sermon or prayer I need. 6 Because an example which can i
1 t head of cattle were killed by the trains prominent Presbyterian churches in things bigger than they are as it i.i'to which includes Mr.a Hurst great will deal convert of large into timber lum-, 4 Because my presence helps more I I not stand a little wetting is of little

1 during the seventy days between June the city, in which he arraigned, with err in any other direction. The longera on rainy days than on bright days. account.
6th and August 14th of this year. The out care, the hypocracy of the men tale is carried and the more often it ber at his saw mill, also a great 5 Because the rain did not keep me 7 Because my faith should not be :
\ I stretch of road on which the carcasses who had made the immoral district is repeated, the more magnified it is. of tie timber. Lumber is constantly, from the tea last Monday, nor the re- a matter of thermometers.
found is less than miles in rising in prices, and lucky is the saw ception Tuesday the dinner last 8 Because real must be tl
i were seven possible and then on a wave of public "Every time the governor opens his has timber. I nor my excuse
mill who of
i t length. This means that on the average sentiment, decided to rid the city of mouth in the presence of anyone save man plenty Wednesday, nor the ball game last I I to the God of the Sabbath.

l : a cow is killed on this section of the thing. his official family, the tale-bearers get Saturday, nor the store any other day I I CHURCH MEMBER
: i road every five days, or that one is In concluding his remarks he said: busy; when a curbstone politician ut-
I I killed laily for every thirty-five miles "I have been asked many times if I ters a remark about the governor, that F
1 of n.ad. am in favor of segregation. I wantto set of men who have suddenly come into 1
i The Seaboard is no worse in this respect here make my unqualified reply. I : prominence and been conspicuousby
I I that any other road in Florida. am, but wait a minute. I am in favorof their absence from any employ Why
f i How many cattle are killed yearly byr' segregating the men and not the ment but hanging around the capital General Insurance J

: the railroads of the state, we have no women. I can trust an immoral wom- since January first, get on the job, and Suffer?
i i means of ascertaining, but for unfenced an further than I can an immoral man. run to the already busy and more or
;i portions of the roads the above data And our district should include every less worried chief executive with their 4
are reasonable, as most sections of the character. And in Mrs. J. A. Cox, of Al-
t man of immoral scandal to relate, like school boys each JOS. E. WILSON
I state have more cattle grazing along this district I would do still further anxious to tell the teacher first. derson, W. Va., writes:
I 1 the tracks than this section has, and segregation. I would build a good "The governor is misquoted to oth- "My daughter suffered I SUCCESSOR TO
1 t { the number killed must be very large. big pest house and put in it every man er people and other people are mis- terribly. She could
I All the roads have some portions fenced that had a venerial disease and place quoted to the governor. He is keptin not turn in bed the H. C. RICHARD

I and others unfenced. The owners around the whole thing a squad of sol- a fever heat by the stories he is doctors gave her up, and
I of the cattle killed may be paid for diers with machine guns to mow down forced to hear, while the minds of we brought her home to Starke Florida.f
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their losses, but the dead animals are any man that left district to go out many who are inclined to cooperatewith die. She had suffered so ,
l either Luried or given to the buzzards and mingle in decent society. If we the governor are poisoned against much at time. Hav- I J ;
f and the meat is lost to consumption. did that, we would have to wait for him by the gossip mongers who mis- _
heard of Cardui
ing we
; Not even the hides are saved. the next generation to give up a full represent him, put words in his mouth l .
I f The railroads are credited with many crop of men to carry out our business. that he did not say and relate his offi- got it for her. o llo01:10. 0=0. '01:10. .000 ,,

i very patriotic acts since this country Segregate them? Yes. But whoever cial acts other than they occurred. D i io -
I t entered the war. If they would fence invented the idea of segregating the, "The tattle-tale can be suppressedto ;
f their entire lines, and thus prevent the victims and turning loose the vultures, a degree but probably never eliminated
killing of cattle and hogs by the trains did the devil a good day's work. Pen ; so in the meantime let us lis- CARDUI Stability ll
1 they would confer a great benefit on up or drive out the dirty, filthy old ten to the slanderers of the governor ro
the state and the nation. It may be libertine and take unto our hearts the with a grain of salt, and let the gover-
i cheaper to pay for the stock killed bruised flower of womanhood that has nor, like the ancient prophet, always
i than to build and keep up fences, but been his pawn." 'save one ear for the other side.! I'1o
t f when the issue is of such great importance Remarkable utterance this to come The Woman's Tonic ; '

, J as the saving of many thousands from a minister of the Gospel. Not re- DROP BOMB ON U-BOAT. It is not easy to find short-termed invest- :O

'I J of cattle yearly, at a time when markable because it should have re- -- x'In a few days,she be-
beef is so scarce, the railroads cannot mained unsaid, but remarkable be- WASHINGTON, Aug. 22.-A gun g:1a: to improve," Mrs.Cox meats that combine. the reasonable profit ,_
, t be excused for not fencing out cattle cause few there be with courage to pointer in the navy on duty on an continues, "and had
on the score of a little extra expense. have said it armed merchantman describes a thrill- no trouble at. Cardul and absolute safety of Time Deposits
/. There is no reason under the laws ing adventure with German subma- cured her, and we sing
> of God or the laws of man why there rines in the war zone last month. We praises receive everywhere.many thou- jj Time Deposits issued by this Institution
should be two standards of moralsone On the ninth day out from the Unit- sands of similar letters D..j
t A wise man once said'that the proper a high standard for women to live ed States a submarine suddenly came every year, tellin of the o for 3 months and in amounts of $1.00 up-
f, 1 way to educate a girl was to first by, the other a low standard for men up close beside the merchantman, too good Cardui has done for 0.1
educate her grandmother. Are the to live by. Womankind should de- close for use of its deck gun or tor- women who suffer from wards, yield 4 per cent interest. qt l
: I grandmothers of the second generation mand just as much from men as men pedo tubes. The naval gun crew also complaints so common to .
: 1 frcm now worth educating? demand of women along this line. were unable to attack, but a memberof their sex. It should do ton
Women considered you good, too. Try Our Officers will gladly supply full details
are unpractical, A man can be almost anythingand of the gun crew picked up a bomb cardw.
and while many parents pay much attention retain his social position in the and dropped ifSon the submarine, causing fy Call write
J to the education of their sons, community, he can live a life of thor an explosion which sank the en- g request. or to day. flo
they seem to begrudge what they bestow ough immorality, a'nd the world may
on their daughters in his respect know it, and still retain his passportto emy.The merchant ships were under con-

l If a girl learns to read, write and do a the best homes. He can be a gamb- voy of a cruiser, and on the day fol- Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe Bank of Starke .
J little ciphering, that is considered to ler, or what not, and it does not af- lowing the attack the cruiser was attacked Old Standard rneral atrractheniBK tonic
,1' be all she needs to know; anything beyond fect him, but a woman must walk a from both port and starboard GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONI .drift.out .
l that is only wasted. A girl is "chalk line" and keep her name free simultaneously by submarines. The btalonaenricbnthebloodandbuildi up the sys Starke Fla.
tem. A true tonic. For adult and children. 60c
,f not supposed to profit by an education from gossip if she retains her standing torpedoes passed astern and a salvo 0o
:; that is aimed to assist in practical life with the best society. from the cruiser caused both submarines You get all the important national,. D .
for she is destined only to take care The thing is wrong. The proposi- to submerge. in the 0.,:(
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Pitt Tomlinson left last Monday for I Mrs., Marion Parker and children I I APPROACHING NUPTIALS.Mr. BOY, SCOUTS" "TERTAIS.

Fitzgerald, Ga., where he will visit rel- have gone to the mountains of North -

e atives. Carolina to spend several weeks. and Mrs. S. W. Dubose, of On Tuesday evening the local Boy

Bits of LocalInformation Worthington, wish to announce the Scouts entertained at the residence of
Mrs. R. E. Gahagan and little son, :Mrs.: W. E. of Folkston Ga.
Rogers, approaching marriage of their daughter Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight, on N. Walnut -
R. E. Jr., of Hardeeville, S. C., are spent several days of this week in the Armontine C. to Jesse F. Williams street, the occasion being givenin

j visiting her father, Mr. L. C. Powell. city, guest at the home of Mr. and 1 which will take place in Sardis honor of Francis Halligan, who will

4 4 j. I I Mrs. J. P. Robinson. church Sunday, September 2nd, 3:30p. leave Sunday for his home in New

Mrs. H. D. Hemingway went down m. Friends and relatives are invited York, and Hal Maines, a visiting Scout

e.alrII 0.. p..... ..,Mul ... Wednesday to Waldo to visit her son, to be present. from Lake Butler, who is the house
7 I .... !. .*. Cimmtr" r..... Mr. J. H. Hemingway.Mr. guest of Hollis Knight.

BUNGALOW FOR SALE, new and HOSTS OF FRIENDS WIT ESSBLOCKERJ.CKSO :Mr.: and Mrs. Knight were assistedin

John W. Green returned home* up-to-date, all modern conveniences WEDDING entertaining the boys by Scoutmaster -

last Saturday from Stillmore, Ga., two screened porches. Quigley Lum- Ted R. Halligan and wife, Mr.

Roy Edwards spent Sunday in Jack- Misses Kate and Sue Liddon, who where mother.No. he went. for a visit with his ber & Supply" Co., "The Happy Home An interesting event of this week Blanchard Law, :Miss: Doris Law and

sonville. have been visiting Mrs.-J. M. Trubyat aged Builders. was the marriage of Miss Florence Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson. The game of ,

Kingsley lake, retarned to their Rooklwas enjoyed throughout the :
Evelyn Jackson, daughter of Mr. and
will Malaria
e, : Jesse Starling, of Lawtey, was in home in Jacksonville Friday. Fever.666 It kills cure the germs. or Bilious Mrs. W. E. Jackson, of Lake Helen, I evening, and one of the most pleasing t

: town Monday. and Dr. Daniel James Blocker, which features of the entertainment was sev- I
BUILDING MATERIALS- Sergeant William Arthur Moitt, U. e,al beautiful orchestra selections by ,

Fine line men's shoes at Stump's.CoL That's our business. Quigley Lumber Mrs. Angie Sternburg left Wednes- S. A., stationed at Ft. Scriven, Ga., is was the solemnized First Baptist at high church noon, the Sundayat impressive Mr. Blanchard Law; cornet: Miss Doris t

& Supply Co. day for a trip to Syracuse, N. Y. Mrs. at home on a visit to his parents. Ser- Law, piano; and Harry Canova, ,io-
ring being performed
and Mrs. A. S. Crews were Sternburg was accompanied by Mrs. geant Moitt is pleased with his ser- Rev. C.ceremony L. Collins. lin. Also a solo by Mr. Law, whichwas

:l week-end visitors to Jacksonville. Mr. H. C. Waters has gone to At- Sayles, of Lawtey.Mr. I vice in the army and is glad that he The by church was slightly decorated heartily enjoyed by all present.Mr. i

t lanta on a business trip and Mrs. Wa- volunteered ahead of the draft. He Law has a very pleasing voice and =
.. -only the severties of the lines being -
Mr. W. N. Murdaugh left Sunday: ters and children are in Apopka visit- and Mrs. Tom Cale and chil- enlisted several weeks prior to the softened by palms and greenery. it is quite a treat to listen to him. To- j
dren, of Wabasso, are guests of Mr. drawing. From him the Telegraph wards the close of the deli-
evening for Bartow on a business trip. ing her parents. Mrs. R. A. Wilson presided at the evening
I and :Mrs.: J. C. Poppell. Mr. Cale is learns that George Anderson and Will cious refreshments of fruit punch and

. Mildred Gill, of Savannah, spent the Harry Stern recently bought from Mrs. PoppelUs brother. Stringfellow are still stationed at Ft. gram organ,of rendering wedding an music appropriate, and playing pro- cake were served.

fj week-end with Vivirette Floyd. the Starke Hardware Co. a new grits Scriven, but expect soon to be assigned the bridal chorus from Lohengrin as The local Scouts regret very muchto
Mrs. C. L. Peek who had been to Ft. Sam Houston Texas where
un- lose Francis he
and meal mill and will serve the far- the bridal party entered. Miss Louise Halligan, as has
Miss Mabel Carter, of Lawtey, spent mers in his neighborhood, east of der medical care in Jacksonville, has they will begin service in the aviation Watts splendidly accompanied by her been a faithful and popular member,

.,. theweek-end with Miss Bertha Moore. Starke. health.returned home, greatly improved in corps. sister, Mrs. R. A. Wilson, beautifullysang and their very best wishes go with
, him to his new home.
"At "All
Dawning, and For
it Allan Canova, Harold and Gus Beas- Fall millinery has arrived at Stern- You." The unconscious hush that was
;5.. ley spent last week at Pablo Beach. berg's. John Powell, who had bene visitinghis almost a reverence at the conclusion Old tires and tubes bought. Starke .

fd sister, Mrs. R. E. Gahagan, at Har- The examination for teachers will be of the last golden note, was a great Vulcanizing Works.METHODIST.
deeville S. C. returned home Satur-
tr Lanier Droke, of Plant City, spent Misses Susie Darby, Lois Peek and held in Starke beginning on September compliment to the art of this sweet

?; Sunday with relatives in Starke. Emma Darby have returned home day. 11, at 9:30: a. m. All those desiringto singer. CHUHCH.

Gainesville, where they have been at- take same will take notice and bs The bride, beautiful in her wedding -

, Messrs. L. C. and John Powell spent tending the summer school of the University Stump's.Mrs.New .goods arrive every day at on hand with pen, ink and cap paper.E. gown of exquisite net and chiffon over Those who were absent from the

Tuesday in Jacksonville. of Florida. R. POPPELL, taffeta, wore her veil becomingly draped Senior League last Sunday night miss-
Superintendent.CARD and caught with lilies and
valley ed treat. Mr. Lorenzo Green
Martha widow 75 a rare
Miss Minnie Bessent is spending a Mrs. Dozier Lundy left Tuesday for a carried a shower bouquet of bride's conducted the service
old died Sunday at the home of so very -
while in Atlanta. Oveido, where she will visit her par- years OF THANKS.We roses. She was attended by her sister the
and the best
. her daughter, Mrs. Harris, of the J. program was for
ents. Mrs. Lundy was accompaniedby Miss Ruth Jackson, as maid of many weeks.
G. Crews settlement.Don't .
.Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptic, Anodyne. her sister; Mrs. McCullough, who take this means of heartily honor and Miss Lucile Jackson as Major Matthews conducted the Sun-
L -Kills pain, stops putrefaction. has spent the past two weeks here. bridesmaid.Miss .
scrap your old tires. Have thanking all friends who so kindly as- day school service last Sunday morn-

them vulcanized and made as good as sisted us during the illness and after Jackson wore a net robe over ing in a very able manner, and to the
Scuppernong grapes are being ship- If you have scrap metal to sell, see new. Starke Vulcanizing Works, in the death of our father, the late Mr. stain and carried an arm bouquet of delight of all present. The absent

ped from Starke in small quantities. the Atlantic Iron and Metal Co's ad rear of Bottling Works, Starke. W. T. Dryden.MR. deep tinted roses; her short veil arrangement members missed a good meeting.

in, the classified advertisements col and MRS. 0. A. THROWER. was the acme of daintiness Both preaching services were deep-

Louis H. Hill, the Lawtey real estate umn. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fling, of Minot, while Miss Lucile Jackson was a ly spiritual, many good impressionswere

man, was in town Wednesday. N. D. have arrived and are guests of BAPTIST CHURCH. dream in shell pink crepe de chine. made and one definite decision
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Newsom, of Dr. and, Mrs. E. T. Campbell. They The bride was given in marriage by for Christ and His church. This accession -
Mulberry who had been visiting the her father when met at the altar
We sell the best flour at $12.50 per have bought property here and will be- to the church brings the num-
barrel. A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. residents.The There will be a "Home Coming at the; groom and his best man, Mr. D. C. ber up to twenty-one thus far for the
come permanent
Sapp, of New River were in Starke Hull and Mr.R.. S. Rockwood the
Raiford. the Baptist church the first Sunday in as year. We have just a little more than

Monday. largest stock of cook stoves at September, at which time we hope to groomsman. three months until this eccleciastical
Miss Hattie Wills has returned to A Starke Hardware Co.' have a full attendance at all the services Following the ceremony the bridal year closes, and every member of the

Atlanta, where she has resumed her Buy your shirts at Sternberg's. All including the Sunday school andB. couple left at once for Hendersonville, church should strive earnestly to lead

: position in a large millinery store. nobby patterns.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore had as Y P. U. Asheville and Ridgcrest, N. C., where at least one soul to Christ during that

their week-end guests, Mr. and ,Mrs.S. Let all our people take notice and they will remain three weeks before period. It is the duty of every church

A. Crews was in Gaines- :: Lulu Griffin and little daugh- L. Edwards, Mr. Smith and son and make their plans to attend. returning to DeLand to occupy the I member to be a soul winner just the

ville Thursday on legal business. ters, Louise and Lucile, who have been daughter, D. A., and Amelia, all of There will be regular services next H. P. Stewart home on' Minnesota.Mrs. saam as the pastor. +od needs work-
visiting Mrs. Griffin's sister, Mrs. J. F. Gainesville.Mrs. Sunday, morning and evening to which Blocker attended Stetson University ers today in His church more than ever

Kickliter, at Kingsley lake, returnedto the public is cordially invited.W. where she was one of the most \ before in its history. Every unem-
and Buck Kite Ab Johns and
S Perry popular Pi Beta Phi sorority membersand
their home in Jacksonville Saturday A. S. Crews has to Oviedoto G. LAW, ployed church member should reportto
SamRhoden, soldies from Black Point gone
where during her stay made
Pastor. their pastor for service before next
visit her brother Mr. E. E. Dowling.
spent Sunday in Starke with relatives. ,
many friends who will wish he happi-
and he will them
Before she returns to Starke she will gladly assign

Mr. John P. Coffin and Miss Ruth also visit friends at Orlando and Day- FREEMANWEBB.A .' ness.Dr. I some work for the Master. 1
Miss Eva of Williston D. J. Blocker has been connected
Sullivan ar- :
All the regular services will be held
Coffin, of Johnstown, and Mr. and tona. .-j 1
rived Saturday to spend a week with Mrs. David P. Coffin and children were ... with Stetson University for many in the church next Sunday as usual.
Mrs. J. F. Colley. P. years. Starting late in life he attended The pastor will appreciate the
in Starke Saturday. Mr. David very interesting wedding took co-op-
Good shoe and harness
repairing, classes with
. Coffin is the agricultural adviser of place last night at the home *f Mr boys younger eration of all his friends in these meet-
old hand sewed work like
A. D. Andrews Mercantile Companyhas good our and smaller but gritted his teeth, stud-
and Mrs. G. A Webb
'received load of salt. Levy county.No. fathers used to do. Best work, 28 Hyde Park ave- ied hard and worked his through ings.Next '
just a car nue, when their daughter Thelma be- way Monday night, August 27, the
experience. E. E. Stacy at the ,
Stetson. Later he
years attended and
, -- came the wife of Captain Henry E. pastor will begin a revival meeting at i
666 will cure mills and Fever.It Starke Vulcanizing Works.If from the University of Chicago.He .
Orville Moitt returned home Sunday Freeman., This wedding is the culmi- Union. Chapel. This meeting at the ;
is the most speedy remedy we know. then returned to Stetson, wherehe will be held for
after spending several days vacationat nation of a very pretty romance, that chapel at night only i
different points. you have timber suitable for cross began last year at the Hillsborough now occupies a chair of Professorof about one week. Let everybody arrange -

Floyd Green left Monday for Jack- ties to sell, se us. Young Trading High School, and he was her in- Philosophy and Pedagogy.Dr. to be present next Monday

Mrs. Eloise Izley, of Panama, is a sonville where he enlisted in the Quar- Company.Miss structor. Although the ceremony wasa Blocker, "Uncle Dan," as he is night and every night during the
Mrs. R. termaster's Reserve Corps. He will go best known, is without question the week.
guest at the home of Mr. and very quiet one, it was extremely
to Fort Scriven, Ga., for a few weeks most popular man who ever attended T. L. Z. BARR
.. A. Weeks. Doris Scott and brother Wilbur pretty and impressive. The house ,

or taught at Stetson.
after which he will be stationed at Co- was most appropriately decorated with Pastor.
> are entertaining a house party All in him and Mrs.
join wishing
i Buy your dry goods at Sternberg's.J lumbia, S. C. numerous palms, plants and American I
; this week at Kingsley lake. They haveas Blocker all the joys and a minmum of
J guests :Misses Lucile and Mary flags. The red, white and blue was the trials of married life. DeLand I' me..mm.0. . ,
E. Jordan enjoyed the breezes Has the town fallen into "the sere Morrow, of Tampa, and Francis Hal- used in honor of Captain Freeman, News. 0 0

and the bathing at Pablo Beach Satur- and yellow leaf?" The gutters need ligan and Raiford Epperson, of Starke. who had just received a commission 0 STARKE' / .

day and Sunday. cleaning out, the grass should be erad- after attending the Officers Training ,, m FRATERNAL DIRECTORY A

icated from the streets and the weeds We note that the Pinellas County Camp. The ceremony took' place at *& ooo0..e .om0G -- 1

.. i Lieutenant A. J. Thomas came down mowed down, both along the streets Boy Scouts recently had an athletic 5:30 o'clock, the impressive ring service CHURCH DIRECTORY. <3>> o F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. 0

.from Ft. McPherson Saturday to visit and on the vacant lots. contest, and a medal was given to being pronounced by' Rev. T. J. m 0 m 35. Meets every second and "

his father, Mr. Jesse Thomas. Niles Ray, of Dunedin, for being the Nixon, pastor of the Tampa Heights m BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, <> 0 fourth Monday nights. 0

We have 50 bushels of Whipporwillseed best swimmer. Niles is a former Methodist church. The bride was m pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. <$> m 0

Just received a nice line of ladies peas left over, which we will sell Starke boy. charmingly gowned in an exquisite m Sunday morning service, 11:00 0 0 I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. 4' ,
I ready to wear goods. A. D. Andrews at a bargain. Young Trading Co. I I white net and lace\iress and carried o o'clock; Sunday evening service, 3 0 Meets every Tuesday night. 0 '
Mercantile Co. I an arm bouquet of bride's roses. She o 7:00; B. Y. P. U., Sunday even0 0 m
Just unloaded of fence wire.A. .
I S. Mr. B. a car is attractive girl of the blonde type m ing, 6:45; Wednesday evening m
Mr. and Mrs. Sternberg, D. Andrews Mercantile Co. 0 M. W. of A., Starke Camp. 4
Messrs. John Clemons, F. R. Holding Feinberg, of Lake Butler, and Mrs. B. and she was more than attractive yes- o prayer service 7 o'clock. Everybody 0 Meets every first and third Wednesday f'
1 and W. J. Ward, of Brooker, trans- W. Hodges, of Tampa, spent Sundayat terday. Captain Freeman wore his A cordially invited to attend. <> nights.

acted busines sin Starke Monday. Pablo Beach. Mrs. Hodges is vis- Prof. S. S. Dowling, who has army uniform. o m e

-". her Mr. and Mrs. A. P. spent his vacation in Troy, Ala., returned After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. m 0
iting parents, 0 EPISCOPAl-Dr. M. M. Fryer 0 1 W. 0. W., All Friends Camp
If you want good service go to the Hoffman, of this city. to Starke Wednesday morningand Freeman gave an informal dinner party priest in charge. Sunday school 0 0 No. 138. Meets every second and 9
is stopping with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Starke Works. to which were invited Misses Caro-
: Vulcanizing G 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and @> fourth Friday nights. <>
All the machinery has now been installed N. Murdaugh. Mr. Dowling's many lyn Holmes, Genevieve Singletary and <8> sermon, 11 o'clock; evening prayer 3

; Mr. H. D. Wasdin and son, Riley, of in Griffin & Johns ginnery. friends are glad to again welcome him Edith Price, intimate friends of the 0 and sermon, 7 o'clock; choir re- 0 m Union Chapel Camp, No. 536, 0

Graham, were pleasant callers at this They also have a grist mill, on which to their midst. bride. This was followed by a recep- <8> hearsal, 7 o'clock, Wednesday 0 m meet every first and third Friday
tion, to which large number of evening. Come and worship with
office Monday. they will grind corn every Saturday.It a m nights at Union Chapel. J. A. Elm
> tried out Tuesday and Mr. R. W. Storrs, member of the friends of both Mr. and Mrs. Freeman o us. 0
was gave $ 0 lington, Clerk R. No. 1, Starke.
Frank Burnsed, of Jacksonville, good results. Tomorrow they will be- state sanitary board, was in Starke on called and extended their hearty con- 00
METHODIST-T. L. Z. Barr, 0
spent the latter part of last week with gin to grind in earnest. official business last Friday. Mr. gratulations to the newly wedded cou- pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m @ Visiting brothers are cordially m
his family here. Mr. Burnsed sells Storrs is the editor of that able paper, ple.Mr. m invited to attend these meetings. m
<> m. Preaching Sunday at 0
automobiles and buys scrap metal. Buy your next pair of shoes at the DeFuniak Springs Breeze. He was and Mrs. Freeman left on the every 0 .
<8> 1] and 7:30 0
a. m., p. m. Prayer
9 o'clock train last for short
accompanied by Dr. H. A. Smith, a evening a
Sternberg's. 4,4'44'4,4'4'4,4'4,4'4'444'44 It
3> 7:30
meeting Wednesday evening,
. If you have a horn on your auto- veterinarian, engaged in the tick erad- wedding trip. While away they will
$ 3S >
mobile, sound it in time to warn pedes- Albert Dubose has now the machinery ication work. visit at Jacksonville, and will be mem- o'clock. Junior Epworth League r. .
trians out of your way. If you have for grinding pearl grits and turn- bers of a house party, which will be < > Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior m COFFINS
Epworth League Sunday evening -
I no horn, get one. ing out bolted meal. Some samples Men's straws, helf price at Stern- given at the mother country home Starke.of Mrs Mr.Freeman's & at (C:45.; A cordial invitation is 4 And a full line of
near ;
shown excellent. He also berg's.A. .
us were
<> with &
extended to to worship
See the stock of dry goods at rice huller and machinery for grind- Freeman will return to Tampa after us. m Undertakers' Supplies.,

Stump's.Mr. ing velvet beans and peas, at his placein J. Finley, of Keenansville, was their trip and remain here until Mr 0 1 Automobile Hearse. ; !

the southeastern corner of Starke.Irs. in Starke on business last week. Mr. Freeman is stationed. PRESBCTERIAN C. H.
Mrs. Freeman is the second Always on hand. The best service :
and daughter
: J. W. nephews
Morgan Finley, a former Bradford county boy, m
of ::\Ir: and :Mrs.: G. A. is Abernathy, pastor. Sunday at the lowest 1
Webb and prices.Special
Gary and Theodore Ennis, have gone :\ J. E. Wilson and her guests is a section foreman of the Florida 4 school 9:45 m. Preaching ev- Q
by automobile to visit relatives in Mrs. S. T. Dell and Mrs. Cline Gra- East Coast railway, and through his a most popular and attractive young '$ ery Sunday mornin gat 11; SunS attention: to telegraph orders. 5 5t r

'f'A.. Tampa and St. Petersburg. ham, of Gainesville, motored to Jacksonville industry and ability is much valued girl. Captain Freeman is a graduateof <8> day evening at 7:30. Prayer m '
several and has
.: for the day last Saturday.Mrs. by the company. He began his career colleges now enter- 4' meeting Wednesday evening at $ Registered_Embalmer
i Mrs. W. J. Grant and son, Haynes, W. S. Graham, of Raiford, has with the Seaboard and later worked ed the army as Captain in the Engineers' 7:30 o'clock. Visitors cordially 1F

,of St. Augustine, were visitors last been visiting the home of her son, with.the Atlantic Coast Line. Department. He and his bride Q invited to worship with us. <8> DeWITT C. JONES ;
week at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. Mr. W. II. Graham. .. have the best wishes of all their many 0 4'Q4' Starke, Fla. I
0. Haynes. :Marshal: Kite asks the friends for a most happy and prosperous '
Telegraph to 4 4 4' 4' 4' m4' 0 4'4' 4' 44' 4,4'r
Butter churns, any size and style. warn citizens against buying medi- I married life.-Tampa' Tribune, J

: For altering, cleaning or pressingof Starke. Hardware Co. I cines or other articles from unknown Sunday. :A
Freeman and his bride have
clothes, go to M. Levitcn. I peddlers. He will appreciate it if citizens Captain
i A number of the Starke people who will notify him at once when returned to Starke after a brief wed- ESTABLISHED 1886

r Mrs. S. C. Colley, mother of Mr. J.'Ii have been spending the summer at their homes are visited by strange ding trip and and are best receiving wishes the of congratulations J. R. DAVIS & COMPANY

l' t F. Colley and Mrs. D. A. Sullivan, hiss beautiful Kingsley lake have returned peddlers or other suspicious charac- many
friends here. will remain in
IS sister, of Williston are guests of Mr. home. The following gentlemen and ters. The marshal is keeping a close They INSURANCE

4 and Mrs. J. F. Colley. their families came in last week: E. watch on this class of people, but can- Starke until with Captain the Freeman returnsto Fire Tornado Accident Liability Plate CIuu. Steam Boiler, Burglary, Bond

-: E. Canova, W. C. Powell, P. E. Canova not cover the town thoroughly with- duty army. STARKE, FLORIDA.

: Let me make you a new automobiletop ,, J. L. Peek, A. V. Long, M. M. out the co-operation of the citizens. J
the old Fryer and Mrs. J. M. Truby. Tracing Organ Mechanism.
and cushions, or repair ,1
t I' ones. All kinds of automobile uphol- Messrs. W. E. Wainwright, A. A. When pneumatic power in the construction -

t stery. M. Leviton.Dr. Friends here of Miss Melba Math- Wainwright and Newn Wainwright,, of the organ began to take UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I STATE COLLEGE for WOMEN'TALLAHASSEE

ison have received the following invi- Jr., went to Jacksonville Tuesday to the place of the hydraulic Is uncertain, GAINESVILLE i

Fred Sayles and family, of Miami tion: "Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesley offer their services to the governmentin although the invention of the bellows High, ?Moral Intellectual Standards College of the Highest Rank I
mechanism dates from the time of
are visiting Col. C.: L. Peek and Mathison request the honor of your the capacity of clerks with the engineer one Liberal Arts, Education, Music, '
t' of the later Roman emperorsprobablyJulian. Liberal Arts, Law, Agriculture, Engi- Ex'I''I'
family. presence at the marriage of their department of the army. A pression, Physical Education .
daughterIelba, to Mr. Harry Fred call was made for 150 men not sub- But it was only in the tenth neering, Education, Graduate School Home Economics
Vivi- Sahlman to draft to to France with the century, when Germany had taken the Send for Catalogue and ViewsA. Ii
Little Miss Ethel Griffin and on Wednesday, Septemberthe ject go Write for Catalogue and Views .
1 rette Floyd went to Jacksonville Tuesday fifth, at twelve o'clock. First engineers. The Starke men filed their place of Constantinople as the centerof A. MURPHREE, EDW. CONRADI, i

to visit at the home of Mr. and Methodist church, Brooksville, Flor- applications and are now awaiting the organ building that the bellows President. \> t i President.

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COUNTY J committee on seed stocks of the Senator Duncan U. Fletcher desiresto It is noticeable that these days the Incorporation papers are being filed TALLAHASSEE, Aug. IS.-SeHia,

0. OC'OOOO EOCOO CCI, United The States Department of Agriculture call the attention of growers of water after heavy rains quickly sinks with the Secretary of the State of $80.84 worth of milk from eight eotrg

is endeavoring to assist in supplying sweet potatoes in Florida to the fact into'the ground in the fields, insteadof Florida and in the very near future in the month of July was the record of

St. Johns County-The preliminarywork information as to where seeds that the Department of Agriculure standing in the furrows, as formerly. the National Live Stock Commission W. L. Cooksey, who declares that he

for tick eradication has been be obtained. To this end it will recently issued Farmers' Bulletin No. The reason is that the fields are Company will open its offices at the did not feed the cows one cent's worthof

'. taken up in the county. A few-farmers may information from anyone 548 on Storing and Marketing Sweet generally stumped and that the plow- Interstate Stock Yards, Jacksonville, purchased feed. Mr. Cooksey, who( .

are directing their energies to who appreciate has seed to offer. The informa- Potatoes, and Farmers' Bulletin No. ing is deeper. When stumps are dugor Fla. The intentions of this new com- believes in home production and pro -

clearing land for a greater acreage of tion should contain the name, kind, 847 on Potato Storage and Storage pulled out, the hard stratum that pany are to conduct a general live tices what he preaches,* has demon

f Irish potatoes in the spring. and approximately the Houses, which bulletins may be obtained holds water is broken and allows the stock commission business for the sale strated what possibilities there are in

and variety of seed, offered, as well as the free, while they last, by addressinghim water to sink. And when the groundis of cattle, hogs and sheep and to carryon this country in the dairying business

I I Suwannee County: -Farmers here quantity asked. It proposes to file all or the division of publications of plowed deeply there is all the more a cattle loan business. Now that a market for all the milk

generally interested in getting a such price information and to use it in an- the Department of Agriculture, at loose soil to soak up and hold the rain The advent of this company into the and cream that can be produced hat

are of heifers from Texas. If they inquiries that may be received Washington, D. C. In view of the large water. For these reasons, crops can live stock field will undoubtedly be been created in Jacksonville by the op.

could supply see the cattle before buying, a swering from various parts of the country.All acreage planted to sweet potatoes this stand long drouths better than they hailed with delight by the business interests eration of two daily refrigerated milk

hundred more could be placed in such communications should be year, it would be well for Florida could when no provision was made for of Jacksonville and by stock- cars between Tallahassee and the metropolis
the county. addressed to R. A. Oakley, chairman growers to acquaint themselves with husbanding the water in the soil. men generally in territory tributary.In many are going into the dai.

committee on seed stocks, U. S. Department the information contained in these entering the business with the mar- rying business here who never attemp.

Washington, publications. A VISIT TO RISING PECAN FARM.A ket in its infancy, considerable impetus ted it before. Farmers have ceased
is be- of Agriculture,
Wakulla County-Hog cholera will be given the Inter-State to sell their stock and are steadily increasing .
treat- D. C.
ing checked where the serum BOLL WEEVIL AT WORK. representative of the Telegraph Yards by the inauguration of the Na- their dairy herds. For years

ment is administered. Sopchoppy in the is MACHINERY DISPLACES FARM recently had the pleasure of a visit to tional Company. Leon has been known as one of the

to have the first dipping vat HANDS. farmer the farm and pecan orchard of Mr. The National Live Stock Commis- leading dairy counties in the state,
well known
for L. L. Conner
county, orders having been placed living six miles, a west of Starke, has Henry L. Stevenson, known as the Ris- sion Company, while a Florida corporation i and now that market facilities have

the material. weevil ing Pecan Farm. is affiliated with its parent cor- been more than doubled this sectionis
The question of labor, always one of the worst infestation of boll Mr. Stevenson is from Pittsburgh, poration, the National Live Stock expected to make for itself an even
has heard of in
that the Telegraph yet
Holmes County-Corn, cotton and great importance on the farm, is now Bradford Mr. Conner broughtto Pa. He became convinced a few years Commission Company, of St. Louis, greater reputation in that direction.Mr. .

peanuts are all good in the Esta district looming up as one of the big things county. ago that there was a great future for which is located at National Stock Cooksey, who did so well with
Monday Monday as as
The town many
The club boys are now putting the farmer must contend with. three dozen of the pests securely seal- pecan culture in Florida, and acting on I Yards, Illinois, directly across the riv- eight cows, is now renting a farm
their hogs on full feed to get them price of labor has advanced in the'last this belief bought the Rising place, er from St. Louis. I I six miles east of the city, but next
ed in fruit jar and they are now on
ready for market the. latter part of few years, and until recently, the prices exhibition a at the Bank of Starke, paying what was considered by many As to the personnel of the new com- year will move upon his own place just

September. of farm products have not kept where they are being carefully guarded persons as a fancy price for the prop- pany, the best talent, the most experienced outside the corporate limits, where he
pace with it. Even now the higher erty. He had studied the question, that is to be had from the ranksof hopes to enlarge his herd and erect
He said he
time has mark set for labor in the cities is go- i to prevent escape. gath- however, and was entirely satisfied Jacksonville and from National modern, concrete-floored barns, pre
in few min-
Suwannee County-Much farm ered these specimens a
the ing to react on the prices paid with his bargain. Subsequent devel- Stock Yards, will be in active, daily paratory to doing business on a larger
ravagesof his field.
taken in noting utes from blooms in cotton
been raised
up The laborers and wages must be opments have confirmed his judgment.At charge of the business and a thirty scale.
weevil in this county. He found from to five
the boll the anywhere one
is to be kept on
in all of again if help the present rate of increase in the year record of honesty, efficiency and
weevils are in evidence parts weevils in bloom.A .
the county and some fields of short farm.With the draft laws in operation, member of the staff of the Flor- earnings of his orchard it will be on- square dealing of the parent company TAKES CARE OF STOCK CATTLE.
ly a few years before the annual receipts will be the guiding spirit and principleof .
cotton are badly damaged. taking all of the surplus help from the ida Experiment Station happened to
I for nuts will equal the ttoal the new Florida concern.
to be but one solu- be in town Tuesday. The specimenswere .
farms there seems
amount of the purchase price of the
A. J. Underhili, one of Starke's well
shown to him and he pronouncedthem
County-Messrs. Al- the as seen by J. M.
Washington tion to problem property. In the meantime Mr. Stev- GET READY.
boll weevil. He known farmers, finds from experiencethat
have purchased and of the University of Florida experiment genuine cotton
ford and Myers Scott is the farm and orchard
enson making Now is the time that hens will it to. take care of his stock
the county twelve pure station. That solution is the said that with the infestation that Mr. your pays
f brought into Conner has on his place he will make pay him a good salary and interest on moult or shed their feathers. This cattle. In fact he gives first atten-
Hereford and two registered of improved farm machinery.It
bred cows use I the investment.This .
: is rather slow and Nature tion to his stock cattle. He holds thatif
Mr. small yield of cotton. process
bulls. There is not a week passes is an undisputed fact, says a very i
be- From the Live Oak Democrat it is I year the trees are heavily load- should be assisted. B. -A. Thomas' he can raise a big beef steer that
that'some good live stock is Scott that in producing a good crop
1 but ed with nuts and Mr.
Stevenson est
Remedy will help hens to the other fellow will give good priceor
of learned that many of.the farmers of Poultry your a
into the county.t thorough the preparation
; ing brought the more the Suwannee county tired of the work of mates that he will gather about 20,000 moult, causing them to shed earlier it and attend to the fattening. Mr.
the seed bed the better crop may
less cultiva- gathering and burning the fallen pounds. At an average of 30 cents a and be ready to lay when eggs are Underhill plants corn and beans on '
I be to be and the up
i. Marion County-There are six silos tion expected will be needed during the growingseason forms and that the weevil has increased pound it will be seen that the place is higher in the winter. If this remedy rather a large scale and gives his

up in Marion county, and six dipping all of which tends to reduce at such a rate that these farmers already yielding a handsome revenue. does not make good, we will.-D. C. stock cattle the benefit of this pastor- '
built contracted ; There are about 1,400 trees on the Jones Starke Aug. 310172431. He finds that the increase in the
I vats either being or the of production, at the same will be fortunate if they get half) a age.
r" for. The farmers in Marion county expense This thor- crop of cotton. place, many of them just coming into number and size of the calves pays
time increasing the yield.
I expect to save a lot of corn as silage. of the soil may be Farmers who have the weevil on bearing. As these begin to bear heav- Trespass cards for sale lit this office. handsome on the outlay for pasturage.

One farm is putting up 800 tons of silage ough accomplished preparation with less help by the use their places must make a determined ily the income will steadily increase.In .
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view of the nation's call for an
this year. of elements.As fight if they expect to win against the
increased production of foodstuffs, Mr.
if to make the problem more destructive little insect.
Stevenson has this year given more of
Alachua County-The county com- complex, the prices of farm imple- his time than usual to farm products.He .

missioners have levied an assessmentof ments are rising; yet the farmer must SELLING YOUR CORN? will have a yield of about 300 bush- 1ustplantilie

one-half mill to further the work of buy them. If he needs more of them els of corn and 1,000 bushels of sweet BetterResults

tick eradication in this county. Thereare than he can pay for, it might be a good Because Florida's corn crop has ma- potatoes. In addition to this he will Tape & row-

about fifty vats in the county, and plan to buy in cooperation with his tured early and the market is offer- be able to 'contribute largely to the ti\Time
hundred will be machineto ing an unusually high price for it, -
it is estimated that a neighbors, each one buying a meat supply, having a large herd of

required before systematic dipping can be used by all. many farmers are rushing their pro- hogs and several beeves to be fattened -
be done. duct into the hands of the buyers. This Less LaborWITH
peanuts velvet beans and
on peas ,
THE 1917 CROPS.A may be.a good thing to do, and it may corn. He has large in these
-- a acreage
: ; not; it all depends on later conditions.The .
Lake County-The county commissioners University of Florida extension crops.
and school board have billion bushels increase over lastyear's division suggests that each farmer This ;young Pittsburgher is making
approv-I production in the principal food good for himself and for the commun- S__
ed the county fair plans, study the situation.The .
made the appropriation for home demonstration crops is the response' American farm- Northern corn crop which loom- ity.

f work to cover twelve ers have made to President Wilson's ed so big in the forecast a month ago FOR BETTER GARDENS

months. Cotton in this county isr mid-April appeal. has been reduced owing to drouth. and PLENTY OF PROOF Better results because only

I r showing up well; about 750 acres is The Department of Agriculture'sJuly that probably means there will be no '? finest, selected seeds fromprizewinningstrainsareused.

I f. being grown against none last year. crop report forecasts a produc- cheap corn this year. If you are sell- From. People You Know-From Starke .

I ; Melanose and rust mite on citrus is tion of 6,093,000,000 bushels of prin- ing high-priced corn now with the idea Citizens. ,, They are properly spaced in

causing some damage. cipal food crops. of buying cheap corn io January when i ; f; thin tissue paper tape which
.I. This year's corn crop, it is estimated need it for f f-' ry absorbs and holds moisture,
you you may pay dearly
The I fail giving quicker and better
may equal the bumper yield of the venture. greatest skeptic can hardly s germination
; ; largest quantity total of 3,124,000000 to be convinced by evidence like this. -:,- and healthier plant
; Clay County-The 1912. A production ,- With transportation facilities tight- life. Less labor, because
; of potato seed in the history of the bushels is forecast, which is an It is impossible to produce better you
ening limited of whole
: up, only a quantity plant a row at a time
proof of 'merit than the of
business in this county is being contracted increase of 541,000,000'bushels over I testimony :
1 i the Northern corn may reach Florida, j and no thinning out is necessary -
t } for the coming year. A great last year. The total acreage is 14 per which will\] also tend to keep up the residents of Starke, people who can 1 on account of proper

deal of new land is being opened and cent larger than last year, amountingto price of late corn. be seen at any time. Read the follow- +f j, spacing irf the tape. Moreeconomical

; new settlers are coming in. One farm 121,045,000 acres. Since there are several ifs to be ing ease of it: -'+ because absolutely .

: t has bought modern binders and are The combined Winter and Spring considered, it might be just as well Hansford Austin, farmer, Starke, no waste of seeds.

,, cutting and shocking a thousand acres wheat crops are estimated to be 38- for the Florida farmer to begin his says: "I was having trouble from my Pakro Swdtape is made by
back all the time and Doan's the American Setdtap Co.
of They have also installed a bushels than last
corn. 000,000 more year'swith
campaign against the weevils pre- 71 West 2?rd St..New York
; !shredder! preparatory to shredding and a total of 678,000,000 bushels. paratory to storing his corn. Then he Pills cured me. Others of the family City. Get it at your deal- "
have also used this medicine with en. Price lOc per package s a
i this The is the high
corn.' barley promise at will have what he needs for topping

I n 1 figure of 214,000,009 bushels, which his hogs or cattle for market, at a good." results. I am glad to endorseit. I A. M. DARBY,
I exceeds last year's production by 33-
price he afford to /
i Webster.-News comes from Webster 000,000 bushels. can pay. Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't ,, STA9RKE, FLA.TAYLOR'S '

I j U that the prospects for a large cotton simply ask for a kidney remedy- etDoan's y. -
Oats to exceed last year'scrop CONGRESSMAN CLARK CHALLENGES
lf'fl promise -
in that section of the state Kidney Pills-the same that
I i crop by 201,000,000 bushels, the total CATTS TO DEBATE DRUG STORE
: are fine; in fact, unusually bright. It cured Mr. Austin. Foster-Milburn Co., !Y
production being forecast at 1,453- .
i l is estimated that thousands of bales Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((40) 11 WORTHINGTON.BE
I 000 000 bushels which is record.
I will be produced there this year. Ginning Invites Governor Catts to Either Put I
The of white
I 1 will soon begin. About eight hundred production potatoes Up or Shut Up. 100000ee0000 w- 0 r -;-
will create another record, the acreage o
of long staple has been -
acres Olh
r, planted in the Webster belt, and with this year being 22 1-2 per cent WASHINGTON, Aug. 18.-Declaring TRAIN SCHEDULE. <* i I
greater than last year's, there being
the largest number of hogs ever rais- forecasted yield of 452,000,000 bush- that he would undertake to show $ i PATRIOTIC and make
ed there, insures food and clothes for a the people of Florida that since he has $ New time table went into effect : I

[. the inhabitants of the belt. 1 els, or 167,000,000 more than last year been governor he has been guilty of 12:01: a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917,
These do not take into account
figures offenses which warrant his impeachment *' and. trains will run as follows: <& : MONEY at one and the
I I the: home garden production which this i {
Congressman Frank Clark, of I
'l DO YOU WANT HEIFERS? year is much larger than ever before.
Florida today addressed a letter to > Jacksonville to Tampa. <3>
I another record this
1.f' Rye is crop year Gov. S. J. Catts, in answer to certain <* No. 3________________10:55 a. m. <8> 1 same time.
and will amount to bushels,
n Florida farmers who have the range bushels 56,100,000 than last charges made against the Florida rep- 0 No. 1.______________11:14 p. m. I
or 8,700,000 more No. "Floridian"____ _
and feed for cattle are looking to Texas resentative by the governor, which 15 2:37: p. m.
year. fairly tingle with interest. Mr. Clarkis <8> 0'
for their'stock. Parts of that state
Sweet will register a new
j potatoes
are suffering from drouth and many interested in having the governor'sson Jacksonville to Cedar Key I The critics all tell that of who
high total with 82,200,000 bushels, or war us question
otherwise removed as captain of Company No. 21-______________ 4:50 p. m. i
cattle that would kept
+1 are being offered for sale. Several 11,000,000 bushels more than last sea- B of the Florida state militia, and has 8Q> I will win this war is largely a matter of which side keeps !

Florida men are already in Texas buying son.The I so expressed himself in the papers of > Tampa to Jacksonville.c up a full supply of food the longest. :
production of tobacco will break his state because he does not believe No. 4_______________ 3:26 p. m.
heifers to stock their farms. I'
be another record, with a crop of 1,215- young Catts properly qualified.The > No. 2_______________ 4:51 a. m. 0 Every farmer can be a patriot and make money at .
Good heifers bought
yearling can
at $40 a head, and they are the right 000.000 pounds, which compares with i cross fire which has been goingon No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54: p. m. I one'and the same time: >y taking care of his swine II

type to make good on the Florida 1,131,000,000; pounds during last year for several days between the governor > : I herd. Don't let them starve for lack of pasturage, anddon't :}:
and 984,000,000 pounds, the average of and & Cedar Key to Jacksonville.
! ranee.: Good high-grade cows can be 19111915. following congressman letter to the, today from the . No. 20______________ 9:18: a. m. <8Q > i let them die from cholera through failure to vaccinate I "
I I bought for from $50 to $60 a head. governor '
' .t The cows will weigh around 750 The amount of wheat remaining on the latter: e in time. The cholera is very prevalent in :
! I > Starke and Wannee. Co t
heifers around 550 farms July 1 is estimated at 2.5 percent "This open letter is in reply to and
and the your the loss
$ pounds <8> (Daily Except Sunday) < Bradford county now a delay may mean I. "
of last year's or about 15- undated effusion which in
> from to $10 crop appeared
It will cost $8 a
; No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. of hogs.
720,000 bushels, as compared with 74- Pensacola News of the 15th inst. I your !
head to deliver them in Florida. These <& No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. 4 1'-..
prices may seem a little high but remember 731,000 on July 1, 1916, and 30,934- shall not bandy words with you in a I If you are not convinced that vaccination with serum : ;

that it is high-grade stock. 000, the average on July 1, for the five newspaper controversy. Suffice it to T. J. GRIFFIN, I and virus is a sure preventive inquire of some one !
19111915.The that statement insofar it $ ;
These cattle come from herds that years say your as Agent. >
, have been bred up from good bulls for area in cotton in cultivation this refers to me is a tissue of falsehoods!. e oOOOOOFi00000G l who has had his hogs treated with Interstate Vaccine I

, the last twenty years. year in the United States is about 34- from start to finish. Last year duringthe oopo I Company's serum and vrus. More than 2500 hogs '

, I. If Texas should get a good rain you 600,000 acres as compared with 36- campaign; I nailed that old lie I have been treated in the four months and
, could not buy these cattle for $75 to 052,000 acres, the revised estimate un- about the Russell case, but notwith- fice. If this suits ;you, I will take one 'I''I'I I past not a I

$80 or even more. The prices quoted der cultivation a year ago, being a decrease standing this you revamp it and again hour to present the charges and the I complaint has come from any of the one hundred or

I are for tick immune cattle, and in such of 4 per cent. A total produc- put it in circulation. I shall not wal- proof. You take one hour and thirty more farmers who have used the Interstate serum

I condition that they can stand the long tion of 11,633,000 bales is forecast, as low in the mud with you, where you. minutes to reply, and I have thirty; I and virus. I -.

shipment.If against 11,449,930 bales last year; 11- seem to be so much at home, but if you : minutes to conclude this arrangementto I I t.liNTERSTATE

you are interested in getting 191,820 two years ago; 16,13.1,930three will name some center of population in be made on condition that each of I

, some of these cattle, communicate at years ago and 14,156,486 bales Florida and some date after the ad- us deposit beforehand one-half of the

once with A. P. Spencer of the University four years ago. jurnment of the present session of. money necessary to employ two of the VACCINE COMPANY I

of Florida. Extension Division, of congress where and when we may i best stenographers in the state to take ;

Gainesville. Fifteen Florida men already 1111 Quinine\ that Does Not Affect the HeadBecme meet, I will undertake to show the down every word uttered by both and Kansas City Mo.

have placed orders for from a of its tonic and Uzmtive effect LAXATIVE people that since you have been governor -. to pay for the printing of enough pam- ;

,I half dozen to a carload of the stock.If BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary you have been guilty of offenses' phlets so that every man, woman and III
See T. H.
you want yours to arrive in the Quinine ringing in and head.does Remember not came the nervousness full name and nor which warrant and demand your impeachment -; child in the state can hare a copy. Now Halligan at Bank of Starke I.

same shipment, order them now. look far the signature E.' -W.- GROVE.- 30c. and removal from that of- put up or shut up.. --



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this statement of, the editor, if he GIRLS! LEMON JUICE said Town of Starke whether intended for pergonal b subject to seizure forfeiture and destruction Bradford County, Florida my final account .

CLARKANDCATTSCLASH made it, as basely, maliciously and use or otherwise and whether Interstate from the time of its arrival within the and vouchers of the estate of Calvin 1or. des

wilfully false, without one scintilla of IS SKIN WHITEfiiERHow or intrastate Ihipment or transportation corporate limits of the said Town. r8 and apply for the approval same
except as herinaCter provided. Section 12. That in all cases of seizure my final discharge such adminutra-
truth upon which to base it. Hereto- I Section 3. That it shall be unlawful for any provided herein the Mayor Marshal or Police a a

fore the National Guard of Florida, of To Make a Creamy Beauty express company or railroad company, or any Officer and Town Clerk shall receive the same tor.Dated Date this the 30th day of March A. D.
common carrier or person to ship or trans fees and mileage in other cases, except in
1 which every citizen has been justly Lotion For a Few Cents. port into the corporate limits of the said Townof addition to mil..al"a the marshal or other p 191 A. ADKINS
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proud, has been comparatively, if not Starke any intoxicating liquors wines or lice officer leive a fee of one dollar Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott.
entirely free from politics and it bt or irom a place in the State of Florida such'seizures when the quantity of intoxicatinl ceased. Starke, Fla. 3.30.6mo d
: The juice of two fresh lemons strained the corporate limits of the said wines or beer 8 seized do not
Over Governor Appointing His should always be kept out of political Tow of Starke, any intoxicating liquors lquol. twenty gallons and in cases exa.h..r
entanglements I into a bottle containing three ounces ".int or beer for any person firm. club association the quantity of intoxitatinl wines or IX THE CIRCUIT COURT flGHTH JUDICML -

to Command Talla- of orchard white makes a whole or corporation whether in original beer seized lquor.. gal CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IV AND
Son "I notice further in the 8 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
that IN CHV-
press quarter pint of the most remarkable package or otherwise, and whether intended lonp. such marshal or other police officer shall
he had nothing to do with the appoint- for personal use or otherwise except a hereinafter rive a fee of five t'ollars for such s..izur. CERY.Fid.ltyPhrnlx.
: hassee Company. lemon skin beautifier at about the cost Fire Insurance
ment of his and that the prvidt.Ston said for seizure not becoming due until
son adjutant a corporation,
one must pay for a small jar of the or- it shall be unlawful for the quantities S s..ize are removed from the
is the interview general appointed. Only the governor any to personally transport fsom without place of seizure Mayor's office in said \
i Following given by cold Care should betaken Boree. et al.
can commission a captain a captain in creams. or within the State of Florida into the Town or to the place of storage used by tnesaid Irs
I Congressman Frank Clark to the Associated to strain the lemon juice througha corporate limits of the said Town of Starke, Marshal or other police officer for such To Bowen, of Bristol. Georgia.It .
can commission in the Na- U ordered that to the .
captain you
a whether the same is intended for personal use hereby
Press relative to the Tallahassee fine cloth so lemon pulp in pu 1. Bill of Complaint IJa
no gets filed herein and
. tional Guard, and his plea that his political or otherwise any intoxicating liquor. winesor 13. In all hereunder where it alainst you
) company incident: the nthis lotion will keep fresh for beer in any quantity whatsoever, except as is necessary to prove eat that the County of Brad other in the above entitled cause on th.27 day
stool-pigeon did it is the baby- of August A. D. 1917. and the
.t ten days Congressman hereinafter provided. of the State of Florida against I
About ago, I months. Every woman knows: that for ha'ot..d
County Telegraph is
act pure and simple."I Section 5. That nothing in this ordinance of intoxicating wines or beer hereby dtilnat(1 as the
". Frank Clark, who vas then at his lemon juice is used to bleach and remove shall make it unlawful: the sworn certificate of lquor. of the Circuit newspaper in which this b pub
am hunting no quarrel with this
home at Gainesville, stated that he received i such blemishes as freckles, sal- (A) For druggists to receive and possess Court of the said county to that effect lished once a week for four consecutive wtk.
and letters governor or with any of his dupes and alcohol and other intoxicating and shall conclusive and the best evidence of Witness my hanr and seal of office
telegrams satellites but I the .lowness and tan and is the ideal skin such .preparations may be IQuol druggists b. day of July A. 1917. _

some of the fathers of the boys who the of am'telling truthto softener, whitener and beautifier. for the special a JUr and in the man- tat fac.14. That if. for any 1a'n. any section W. T. WEEKS. ?
., had enlisted in Company B of the 1st people Florida, and if this Just try it! Get three ounces of ner 8 now or h raf..r provided by law. or or part of this Ordinance shall be heldunconstitutional ) By A. WEEKS.Clerk.
of the National provokes a quarrel then I will furnisha for the 'anuf,ou1 m..dicine that eon- or invalid then that fac shall 7-27-St. R
Florida Regiment Roland for Oliver they in orchard white at any drug store and for to the provisions of the Pure Food and not invalidate any other part of Ordinance Duty Clerk. .

Guard (a Tallahassee company) in the field" every put two lemons from the grocer and makeup Drug Act of the State of Florida and the but the same shall b enforced without 0
made the Unit States of America, or for bona fide hos reference to the part so to b invalid. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAT DEED
which protests were against a quarter pint of this sweetly frag- or for manufacturers of perfumery and Section 15. That all Orinanct and parts UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 :

action of Governor Catts in commis- rant lemon lotion and massage it daily toilet aricle to receive and possess alcohol.for of ordinances in provisionsof LAWS OF FLORIDA.
J. Catts Mr. Catts' Reply.) u bona fide patients of sueh I.M- this Ordinance are hereby repealed is hereby given that Louis H HilL
Jr. Notre
his son, Sidney into the face neck and hands. 95 .
Governor Sidney 7. Catts, when showna arms pitals. or in the manufacturing of such medicines Section 16. That this ordinance shall b of Tax Certificate No. 54. date the
as captain of the company and in defiance of the interview from Con- or flavoring extracts, or Jerfum..r and come effective immediately upon its passage 5th day of July. A. I). 1915. has filed "
of the laws of Florida.Mr. copy toilet ariel< or for any and tificate in my office and has made application
. 4 fP 'P + + 4 apprval
gressman Frank Clark regarding the carr..r to ship or transport such liquors or Council in adjourned session for tax deed to issue in accordance with law
Clark states that he felt outraged military situation, gave out the follow- LEGAL NOTICES : for said JU\e to such jruggis's rr I'as day of August. A. D. 1917.E. Said certificate embraces the following described -
at this hitherto unheard-of procedure hospitals or manuCaeurer of meditint. or of S. MATTHEWS. property situated in Bradford coun
ing: + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + flavoring etrcts. or or of toilet SEAL* President of ty. Florida to-wit:
the of the Governor rrCum..r. Council
on part "If Mr. Clark's statement came any- ariel..s in the thf raid Attest: Lots 5. 6. 9. 10. 11 end 12 in Wood'awn.
and at once wired the gentlemen who where LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTDRS. Town of Starke. provided that such consigns C. A. FUTCH. Sec 13. Tp. 5. S. R. 22 E.. / acres. The said
the truth I
would have
had wired him that he would immedi- near not Under the provision of Section 10 a of the or addressee or hi or its duly autilori1t aeert Town Clerk. land being assessed at the date of the wuanceof
anything to say. revised ordinances of the Town of Starke the shall at the of delivery alcohol .Approved by me this 22nd day of August, such eerifrat.in the name of Unknown.
ately proceed to Washington and take following list of the qualified electots is published or liquors make an affidavit and deliverto A. D. 1917. Unless shall Tie redeemed
the matter up with the proper author- I might also say that the general ; : such common or other carrier that sue', &!- JOE HILL WILLIAMS. according to law. tax deed will issue thereonon
opinion around here is that Frank A cobol or IquoJ is ordered for and will oe used 8.24-t. i Copy) Mayor. the 3rd day of September. A. D. 1917.
Austin. H. Alvarez J. M. for PUr' specified herein and he Witness my official silnatur and seal this
ities.Mr. Clark is
stated to the fighting my son because he shall in the 25th day of .
Clark correspon- Alvarez J. W. Alvarez. S. L. name the purpose of STRICKEN FROM REGISTRATION LIST.At July 1917.
dent "I regarded and still regard the has been misled into believing that Adkins. A. 7.. Andr..w. J. W. Jr. those specified herein for which same wi an adjourned meeting of the Town Council W. T. WEEKS.
: there is enough anti-Catts sentimentin Alvarez. D. W. Alvarez, A. L. be used and that it .will b used for no held August 13th. the following 'Seal) Clerk.
action of the governor as an outrage Alvarez. Errol Andrew, A. O. purpose.B stricken the books nam(1 of By R. A. WEEK .
which ought not to be permitted tostnd. Florida among the people who object Andrews J. W. Sr. f > For any person for the use of h'm- the were Town of Starke fr ;,J Florida registration: 7-27-St. Deputy CI.rk

The National Guard law in to my carrying out my oath to B s..1 or for the use of his own family -Mi-lms Bartley, H. W.
enforce the laws Bryan 3. R Bundel Jacob him. to personally transport to his own Chaatam. H. M. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAT DEED
Florida gives to each company in expressed of Florida, to elect Bryan, S. Brownlee. H. L. home or to possess or. to receive from PlY Crews. J. B. UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4SSS

terms the right to select the him governor. He does not care a Brown. J. S. Brk W. G. common or other carrier shipped from with Cowart. M. LAWS OF FLORIDA.
I I Brown. Wm. Barr. T. L. Z. out the corporate limits of the said Town of
snap about the manhood the Djal. A. G. Hereby notice is given that Louis H. Hill,
young or
officers of such company, certifyingtheir Bennett. G. II. Bronke. Albert Starke. not exceeding the quantity of one quar Gnann. R. O. purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered
action, together with a roster of young womanhood of Florida, for he C of intoxicating liquors or wine and ex- Gardiner, G. A. respectively 64 and 65 issued bv the Tax Col -
the the statute left his seat in Congress, being excus- Cason. C. P. Canova. P. E. cfdinl six quarts of beer or malt where said Hess. Roy. lector for Bradford County. Florida each of
the company to governor, Crews. A. S Chancey. M. H. or malt does not contain more than five R. said certificates being dated the 3rd day of
then making it the duty of the ed because lie claimed to be ill, and Crutchfield, Chas. Chaplain. J. J.Canova. percentum of alcohol. during any period of Hofman.J. R. August. A. D. 1914. has filed said

to'appoint a board of competent went to Jacksonville to help defend E. E. Canova J. F. thirty consecutive days or for any common or H.ndr.Kite T. P. in my office, and has made .rifca'e
4 governor that Russell who Campbell. E. T. Colley. J. F. other earner to ship or transport to any person Kite I-ester. tax deed to i issue in accordance with law.
officers to examine into the man was a pervert Chase D. C. Jr. Clark.' C H. in the corporate limit of the said Townof Lake, Wm. 'Ihe said certificates respectively embraces

qualifications of the elected officers, and an outrager of young girls. Chase F. E Stance for the u of such person, M't. B. G. the following lands in Bradforl Count, r'or-
For the benefit of those who are not D or for the use of the members of his family McKinn.y. A. J. ida asiseed l et the date of the Issutn-e ot purl
and if found qualified to issue their Dub e. J. M. Darby A. M. residing with him. not exceeding one quart of Roberts. Z. J. cert.fcate if the names respectn-j'y hereinafter
commissions.Had. familiar with the facts of my son be- J. R. Davis. W. E. into"ieatinl liquors or wine and not ne.dinl Register. L. D. particularly set forth, to-wit:

Right to Elect. ing at the head of the Tallahassee military Dwlna. B. M. Denmark, S. B. six quarts beer or malt where br or Shipman E. B. Certificate No. 64 embraces lot 4 in Ott's
A. Jr. malt does not contain than five sub
Dv..r. Perry more jr..ntum Sasser. J. A.Strickland. division of East Lawtey. assessed Wm.
"Upon investigation I found that company, I would like for you to E of alcohol during any period of thiry Jesse. Williams.

Company B had a first and second lieu give them to the press. Briefly theyare Edwards W. F. Edwards, Wm. cnseutV days. Sanders. Willie. Certificate No. 65 embraces lot in Ott's
: Edwards Mitch Ell rson. R. M. any priest or minister rf any religious Stanberry, B. A. sub-division of East Lawtey, assessed David
tenant and were about to exercise the Edwards D R Ensey. C. R.Epperson denomination or sect to receive and H. J. M. Smit'i.Unless .

right also to elect a captain, when the "About May 20 the young men of W. possess wines. for sacramental PUI. or Turn.r Sweat, F. L. raid certificates shall b: redefined
Tallahassee F for any common carri..r. or carer. 10 Willis. B. C. according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon
the and
without action by company vicinity responded to
governor, Futch. J. E. Freeman. A. H. ship or transport for said any At the regular of the Town Council the 1st day of A. D. 1917.
meeting Otobr. 4
commissioned his son, Sidney J. the call of their country.and organizeda Futch. C. A. Florrid J. B. priest or minister of any religious denomination in September any names that may have Witness my signatur and seal tkfe

Catts, Jr., as captain of said company. military company. They elected J. Fernandez. R S. Foreyth, W. J. or sect been erroneously stricken from the said registration the 21st day of August A. D. 1917.
Fisher Wm. Fralick, J. 0. 6. That it shall be unlawful fo r.ny book will restored W. T. WEEKS.
"Sidney J. Catts, Jr., as I am informed W. Walker, captain; W. T. Appleyard, G express S.ton Company railroad company or!any b S. MATTHEWS. (Seal) Clerk.

was at Fort McPherson, Ga., first lieutenant; H. C. Crawford, Jr., Griffin. T. J. George. D. W. common or other carrier to deliver any intox A. FUTCH E Chairman. ByR.A.WEEKS.
second lieutenant. On Griffin O. J. Gnann ElbertH wines or beer to any person C 8-24-t Deputy Clerk.
in the reserve camp, endeavoring to account of his icatinl lquor. consignee addressee in Town Clerk. S-li.t.

get a commission in the army when he age, Mr. Walker could not remain as Haynes. J. O. Hull. N. B. of such shipment or transportation or person -
a rto
was called to Tallahassee for the purpose an officer, and Mr. Appleyard was not Hoover C. F. Hoover, J. C. vided for in paragraph B of Section 6 hereof FINANCIAL STATEMENT TOWN TAX NOTICE.
. Hoffman A. P. O. L. Monthly financial statement of Bradford
Haynes. and such common or other carrier and he. it Notice is hereby given that the following des
of being commissioned as captain permitted to remain in the companyon Hicks. J. W. Hollmgiworth. G. or their are with I'novl.*
of this local company. If Sidney account of being too heavy."It Hollingsworth. F. C Hemingway, H. D. of .h..th..r al..nt any charlt or tran'.p>rtat.in. General Fane First Monday In September 1917. it
Halhgan. T. H. ca-ried by them contains intoxicating Balance July 1. 1917 _______________5003.25Reipt being the 3rd day of said month at
J. Catts, Jr., had the making of an officer will be remembered that we are J or beer, and of whether the person 1ur.wine wro during month __________ 667.37 in the County of of Strk..

in him, he had his opportunity at in war at the present time, and as the Johns M. L. Johns A. H. represents to sueh common or other carrier nt durnl month _______ 586.67 or 8 much th rf Brdfor.a Stt b to
first Johns. Johnson. that he is the consignee addressee is in Balance 1, _________508395 pay the amount due for ner
Fort McPherson and I think should regiment was being organized to J..f or herin
Jones Jenkins Clf. fact the consignee or addressee of such Outstanding warrants _______________ 45.67 pit the same, together with the cost op '
have been left there to earn whatever be put into the federal service, Adju- Johns R. S. Johns. F. P. ment or transportation and of whether ship Fine and Forfeiture Fane and advertising

commission he was entitled to. tant General Christian and Colonel K addressee or consignee has received by or Balance July 1. 1917 _______________1981.47 Mrs. Carrie MiiLt 246 and frational
J. Kite. Silas through it him exceeding of Receipts during month .___-____._--_ 818.70 lots A 35i Johns add to
or noe one quart
"Immediately upon arriving in Wash- Harrison immediately began to search K..I..r. J. F. Kickliter. W. intoxicating liquors or wines and not exceeding Disbursements during month ________ 468.81 Starke-fl7.40. .

ington I visited the Secretary of War for men of military experience in this Knight. C. A. Knight. L six quarts of beer or malt within the last Balance Aug. 1, 1917 ______________1831.36 > SILAS KIT.836t.
E ___ ________
and laid the facts that I had before state to be put in as officers at Talla- Kendrick. T. N. Kite, Jas. thirty consecutive days. and shall keep a record i! Outstanding warrants Fond_ 105.10Road Marshal CIttor.
L of such and transportations of
hassee and ahipm..nt I _______________...
him and he immediately dictated a other places where a sim- Lagergren H. Livingston. G. C. such or or beer or togetherwith Balance July 1, 1917 3240.81
E lquor. malt ____________ TOWN TAX
chief of the liar condition Lone. A. V. Lou F. of Receipts during month 789.09 10TICE
letter to General Mann, prevailed. The compan- H. d..lver and receipt Disbursements during month ......__.. Notice is hereby given following
militia bureau and who has immediate ies had to be properly officered to be Law Limbaugh., B. D.T. N. Law )V. G. addressee to it.of him such shipment by which the consignee shall at all or Balance Aug. 1. 1917 _______________8154.97Outstanding 8.\3 described lands will be sold at Public Auction

_____________. on the First Monday in 1917. it
warrants Sp mbr. 4
Guard affairs the federal
of National accepted by Marshalor
charge government. M times be open to inspection by the Outstanding Fund. 120 being the 3rd day of said Lawtey,

in my presence, directing him to give Would Have Protested. Moitt. A. E. Morgan J. w.Malphurs the any said police Town oit..r of Stacke.and or Town Atorn..yof Balance July 1. 1917 ________________ 554.68 in the County of Brdfor. Stat of Florida,

this matter full and complete investigation "Without my knowledge, and I am W. F. Matthews. E. S. Receipts during month _______________ 403.62 or 8 much th rf a b"ttSar to
Mack. Moses Mitchell. J. M.Miner. Section 7. That any person, firm club. association month ..__...... 87.88 pa, the amount due for at opposite -
and act as his judgment dic frank to admit, had my wishes been W. H. Miner. U. D. or corporation and or the agent or Disbunem.nt Aug. 1.durinl _____ 870.42 the same together with the cost of

tated. I then waited upon General consulted I would have protested, General Mixon. C. A. Murrhee C. E. ar.nts. mflo\M or fmnloyees of either v'o- Outstanding. warrants ____________337449 such sale and advertising.
Mott. H. D. J. C. Major Bell-That portion of Block 26. East
Manninl biting fnv of the provisions of this ordinance.shall. Drainage Fond
Mann and presented to him all the Christian offered my son, who was Marks. C. A. Mot. F. uoon be fined not less than Balance July 1. 1917 _______________ 269.03 Lawtey, fronting 100 ft on Starke and

facts in my possession, showing not in training at Fort McPherson, the Mercer. J. S. Orville twenty-five Convieton. more than five hundred Receipts during month ______________ 551.80 Lawtey roae 25 6 22 $2.45. ,

only the action of the but position of captain of the Tallahassee Mason. H. G. Mott. B. L. dolar. or be imnrisoned in the Town .rai for Disbursements durnl month ______ Green Inrin 16, Ott'i subdivision East
governor, Murdaugh. W. N. Moore. N. J. more than sixtv dnvs or by both and Balance Aug. ________________ 820.83Outstanding Lawtey. 23 5 22 11.30.
tending to show the utter inefficiencyof company. Captain Carbine and Lieut. O imprisonment in the scretion of the fn. warrants _______________9l>&8.16 C. H. Kettles-Block 60 in East Lawtey.

young Catts to command a com Blount, both of Pensacola, were sent to Osterman. G. H. Section f R. That anv warrant or affidavitfor Railroad bonds _____________________ F.26 Martin 5 22-Diagonal IUD lot an<* S'i acres
P violation of this ordinance need Tint R
pany. I stated to General Mann that Lake City, and there was no protest Prevail R. W. H. negative any the excenlions herein contained or Bradford County in Sec. 26. Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E In Town ofLawtey

the young men of Company B were made against them by the citizens and I'ark.r. R Phiip.P.k, L. that the intoxcatinl liquors wines or beer Starke, Fla., Aug. 15. 1917. 26 5 22 $

not endeavoring to shirk duty Mr. Clark, and that was in Mr. Clark's Pace. Chas. F. Pullham. D. P. was J..h'"d sts..d. shipped or transported State of Florida. James Robinson-Blocks 46 49. East Law
any ; Poppell. J. C. J. L. th. set out in Section I hereby certify that the foregoing statementof tey 26 5 22 $1.80.
Peek. pun es
that they were willing to go to the congressional district. Poppell 5 hereof but such exceptions may relied nn- the receipts and dishu.ment of the funds Mrs. M. Padgett-Block 9, East Lawtey
E R.
front, either by enlistment in the regi- "My son had four or more years'service R on as a d.r..n p and the burden establishing of Bradford county for the month of July. 23 5 22 $430.
1917. is true and correct to the best of my Marion Sams -Blocks and 45. East Law
ular army or otherwise, but they did in old Company K, First Flor- Roberts. J. H.' Ritch. N. T. corporation the same shall claiming be unon the benefit the person firm knowledge and belief. tey 26 4
Ritch. J. H. Riggs. I'. or I 110.L.
not wish to be led in battle by an inefficient ida Infantry at DeFuniak. He made a R'ehard. H. C. Rhoden. :.I Section 9. All intoxicating therPf. wine or Clerk W.of T.the WEEKS.Circuit L. SPP,
Marshal and
and incompetent captain who good military record there, serving as Robinson. J. W. Roberts. L. beer shipped transported earned nsfod.and tSEAL) Bradford Cur. 83-51 CIttor.

happened to be the son of the gover- corporal, sergeant and first sergeant.He I Rhoden.Rowand.J.C.F.A. Robinson Robinson. J.J. C.P. or Town received of Starke in the in Comrat.violation limits of the of provisions thesnid By R. A. WEEKS Deputy,Clerk. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

nor. I further stated to General Mann was at the University of Florida S of this ordinance mav he seized by UNDER SECTION I OF CHAPTER 4888.
Stump. F. F. Sternberg N. any marshal or police officer of the aid Townof LAWS OF FLORIDA.
that in behalf of these and line
men and ( was appointed second ser- NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S
young Svveal. T. W. Scolt. A. L. StarVe. All such louor. wines or beer s SALE Notice is hereby given that G. P. Dover
in behalf of the state of Florida and geant of company by U. S. Officer Sistrunk. G. M. Shaffer. F. P. seized shall be taken ..izinl officer Notice is hereby given that on day purchaser of tax certificate No. 82, dated the

our people, I protested with all the Walker) when the training camp at Sweat. G. C. Strickland Geo. and bv him kept in some secure place until of Guardian September.for A.Vascoe D. 1917 D. Alvarez I, the undersignedas and Calista 3rd day of August. A. D. 191. ba filed said
Scott F. A. Sasser DanT the same is dis\t of by law. Within twen- certificate in my office made application -
earnestness of my soul against the McPherson was opened and immedi- tv-four hour such eiuN. the seizing D. Alvarez, minor heirs of the estate of V. L. for tax deed to issue in ha accordance with

very flower of our young manhood be- ately offered himself to his country. Truby. J. M. Thomas. E. :I officer shall file in the ofic. Major of Alvarez,A.deceased, will apply Judge to the of Honorable Bradford law. Said certificate embraces the following
George County
Truby. J. J. 0. the said Town of sworn affidavit or Gariner. described situated in Bradford
Turner. J. property -
ing led into battle in whom lIe ten weeks in the officers'training in runty
by one spent Tompkms. W. T. Tomlmson. J. P. information stating the quantity and kind or County. Florida prbat. at his office Flonda

they had no confidence and who I felt camp, three weeks of the time Turner. W. M. Trammell, J. M. liouor. wine or beer s.izt. to whom consigned Starke, Florida on above mentionedfor SW of tow SWt See. 10. Tp. 6. S. R. 19
W and that to the his information.knowledge an order to sell at private sale, the following E., 40 acres. said being assessed at the
sure an examining board would find being spent at Georgia Tech Aviation the
real estate belonging to
Wilson. J. E. Wills, E. E. and belief said liquor wine or decrib of issuance of such eertifiacet in the name
to be utterly deficient. General Mann, School. Out of twenty men taking examination Williams. Kit Weeks. W. T. beer i is and was hipJ. tran.norted. carried.possessed estate Alvarez. deceased and above UnknoW

after full consideration of the record in the Seventh Provisional Wills J. T. Wainwright. N. D. and or violation of this namt minor h.ir. said land lying and being Unlts certificate shall be redeemed
Bradford and State of FlorIda
Wall. W. L. White. J. W. nrinane., and a copy of said affidavit or in- County of according to law. tax deed will issue thereon
made a report to the Secretary of Warin Training Regiment at Fort McPhersonhe Weeks. R. A. White. O W.Williams shall be served within three dayson towit: on the 10th day of September, A. D. 1917.
which he the first J. G the agent or common carrier other Lots 1. 2. 3, 4 9. 10, 11. 12, of Block Four Witness .
recommended strongly an was to pass and be accepted Wills. J. C. or per my official signature and seal this
Joe son from whose possession said wineor and lots 1. 2. 3. 4, 9, 10, 11, 12, of block Three the
Williams Hill Wall. A. E. liquor. 27th day of July A. D. 1917.
impartial competent board of military i in the Aviation School. He was discharged %Woods Dock Wells. J. W. b..r. was taken and on the consigneeof all of said lots being in J. G. Alvarez's addition W. T. WEEKS.

officers, not in any wise connected with from the Seventh Provisional Wamwnght. W. E Honor wine or beer, if he b found in to Town of Starke, Florida. Also the following -. (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Cur
the said Town of Starke. The described land, to-wit: Begin at southwest
Florida, to be appointed to examine Training Regiment upon his own initiative I hereby certify that the foregoing list is common or other carrier or owner any person consignee comer of Lafayette and Adams atrt 836t. By R. A.Deputy Clerk..

into qualifications of young Catts for to accept a commission in the correct a shown by the records of my office. interested in said lquor. wine or beer shall in the Town of Starke Florida. run

the office to which his father had commissioned Florida National Guard. C. A. FUTCH. within six days sric. of said copy file southerly along the west side of Adams street in MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION.
210 feet for a of beginning thence
claim for
him. Yesterday afternoonthe "When he reached Tallahassee he Town Clerk. heer.an answer and shall or demand said a lquor.from wine the or the same pint 65 feet i land of S. A. I. Joe Hill Williams. Mayor of th Town of

Secretary of War, consider- very naturally expected to be received Mavor of the said Town of Stsrke.The L. Ry., thence North 83 west 425 Starke, Florida by virtue of nu'lrf.rity. .
upon feet to east line of Tompsett land thence vested in m by law, n hereiiy em! an lec
ation of the recommendations made by I cordially and I convinced that Mayor shall hear said cause within ten tion to be held at th TOWN HAl. in thea'oresaid
am ORDNANCE NO !7. days and shall hear testimony in North on East line of said land 379 feet t :
General Mann, approved the same, and most of the boys were satisfied until AN BE ENTITLED AN said cause th..raC..r decide said eauuse and promptly south line of J. G. Alvarez's addition t town, hy the >ualit..t.r thue-
i.l. on Tuesday t!e 1 th Jay rl .L.tt'.l.er.
thence said South line
the order has A. certain individuals who did not.havethe ORDNANCE THE render a d.l according to the law and easterly on '
to Gen. Leonard
161 for the of
gone LIQUORS. WINES OR the evidence and if said liquor or beer J. G. Alvarez's addition and parallel t Lafayette pur xve ,(.ti"R tlw fo.Vving;
Wood, commanding the Southeastern nerve to get out in the open, per- BEER FROM A COMMON OR OTHER CAR is found to be in the corporate limits of the street 557 feet, or thereabouts, t pint officers One r

Division, to appoint such a board as I suaded the boys to make a howl. RIER. PROHIBITING THE POSSESSION OF said Town of Starke in violation of law. he of beginning containing three and sixty-one One Mayor.Clerk.
SUCH LIQUORS HEREAFTER RECEIVED shall further declare said liquo" wine or beer hundreds acres, more or less said land being
have stated. "If my son is not a capable militaryman FROM A COMMON OR OTHER CARRIER forfeited and shall order the marshal or any situate in the Southwest Quarter of the South One Marshal and Collector.

Other Information Filed. mentally and physically qualified, AND PROHIBITING THE police officer of the said Town to destroy said Wtt of Section 28 Township 6, South Two Aldermen.One .
PERSONAL TRANSPORTATION OF SUCH liquor wine or beer in not less than ten Range -2 East and bounded on the north by A"Or.
"I desire to state further that other he would have been relieved of his LIQUOR INTO THE CORPORATE LIMITS or more than fifteen days from the day J. G. Alvarez's addition t Starke on the Eat Inspectors of said election, J. L. Peek F.

gentlemen in Florida filed statements command at the proper time by the OF THE TOWN OF STARKE BRADFORD said decree. The Mayor shall find the value of by the West side of Adams street if extended. P. Sh.fH. and T. N. Kendriek.
COUNTY. FLORIDA. BRADFORD said liquor wine or beer and the owner or on the South by lands of S. A. L. Ry., and on testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe
the federal
touching qualifications of Col. S. authorities. not
They are going and the seal of the
cause said
FLORIDA. HAVING HERETO- the by land better known the Geo. my name. town
claimant may take an appeal as in equity Wet a
C. Harrison Jr., and that General to let incompetent men serve as COVST. AGAINST THE SALE OF causes in the State Courts within fifteen das Tompset lands. to be hereunto affixed this Cth day of August .

Mann has also recommended the same officers, and Frank Clark's interests in SUCH LIQUORS. WINES OR BEER. FROM and said a.pal -hall, upon Iivinl of a bond MRS. J. F. SIEGEL. 1 1 i.
OUTSIDE THE STATE OF FLORIDA OR in doubt" ount of the of said liquor Guardian for Va>coe D. Alvarez and Calista JOE HILL WI.L.IS.Iayor .
board to be ordered to inquire into his this matter is not to serve his coun- BETWEEN ANY POINT OR POINTS WITH. wine or beer: operate as a supersedes Alvarez.A. of Stak.

qualifications for colonel, and the Sec- try or the boys of Tallahassee or he IN THE SUB STATE OF FLORIDA AND against the destruction of said liquor wine or V. LONG and E. M. JOHNS, (SE.\L .loU.
THE SAID CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE beer only pending the decision of the anpeal.such Attorneys for Guardian. 8-17-ot.
retary of War likewise approved of would have waited until the
liquor wine or beer shall remain in theposseesion. FOR TAX DEED
I. this and issued the order. time for the investigation he says he CERTAIN EXCEPTIONS : WHETHER IN. em-tod and control of the Marshal NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Under Section ft. of Chapter 4"*8,

. "I want to say in this connectionthat has started. Under ordinary circumstances TENDED FOR PERSONAL USE OR OTHERWISE of the said Town of Starke. UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA..
AND -AUTHORIZING THE SEIZURE Section 10. All common or other carriers or LAWS OFJLORIDA.Notice Hereby notice is given that G. W. Alderman.
if I ever saw young Catts in my the examination would ha.ecome AND DESTRUCTION OF SUCH LIQUORS their agents shal b subject tA the prowess is hereby given that B. E Hall purchaser 1 Lrchaser of tax sal certificates numbrrrd re-

life, I do not know it, and I have no later, after my son and the other WINES OR BEER. PROVIDINGFOR of the Mayor said Town of Starke to of Tax Certificate No. dated the 'ix-ctivtly l 92 and issued by the Trx Collator -

personal feeling whatever against himor officers had had the benefit of few FEES FOR OFFICERS IN SUCH CASES proluce all ntesar papers and shipping records 5th day of July A. D. 1915 has filed said certificate for Bradford iVunty. Florida.. t'.-(, of
a AND- MAKING- CERTIFICATE OF CLERKOF rlative the shipment, transportation, in my office and has made appleton st'd certificates lio dated July 5th. A. D.
his father, but I cannot approve of weeks or months of training, which CIRCUIT COURT BEST EVIDENCE OF earinl. possessing and custody of intoxicating for tax deed to issue in accordance 1515. ha filed Cprl.fcat In my a'ic' anJ

such proceedings as I have "indicated. would certainly help them. However, I CERTAIN FACTS IN CERTAIN CASES.BE liquors, wines or beer seized and it shall Said certificate embraces the following deer.b r- nude I.e h issue in
'I he unlawful for any person ob. ed property situated in Bradford unoidarce with law. The C'rtiPftte
My only object, in taking the steps thatI I am willing for the army board to examine IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of strc or prevent the seizure t imJd.lquor. ida. to-wit: For. respectively embraces the following land in

have taken has been to guarantee, if Captain Catts and Colonel Har- the Town of Starke Bradford County, Stateof wine or beer a, provided in this Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter of Bradford county. Florida assessed at dat.
Flordia! Section 11 The said Town of Florida Sec S. of the issuance of such certificates in the
Starke. 25. Tp. 7. R. 21 E.. 40
possible, that the patriotic young men rison, too, for they are entirely capableof Section 1. That it shall be unlawful for hereby aee..pt the terms and conditions said land being assessed acr.Te a' the date of names respectively hereinafter particularly! wt

of Florida who have voluntarily of- holding the positions which they are any per-on. firm or corporation to receive. directly of the Act of Congress known as the W..bb is.uance of such certificate in the name forth to-wit:

fered to throw themselves into the filling at the present time. > or indirectly intoxicating lquor winesor Ken von Aet binl Senate Bill Number of N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shall Certificate No. 92 embraces 2 A in Northwest
beer from a common or other in the which entitled "An Act divesting be redeemed according to law tax deed will Quarter of Suth\.tt Quarter E of Main stand
breach in the interest of their countryand "Mr. Clark winds up his interview said Town of Starke of Bradford Cornty. intoxicating ae lquor of their interstate character issue thereon on the 10th day of Sept. A N. of B Lvert'& Co. W of R,. or

in defense of their flag, should be with a threat to 'furnish a Roland for Florida. the said Town of Starke being situated in case" and which became a D. 1917. blk M. S. I. R 19 E 2 acres
in the said Bradford county. Florida, law on March 1st., 1913. And the said Townof assessed S. R. Estep
permitted to be properly and efficiently every Oliver they put in the field,' and and the said Bradford county. Ford. haying Starke. Flonda. hereby -enacts that all intoxicating Witness my official lipnatur and seal this Certificate No. 109 embraces Lots 1 and 2
the 9th day of July .
officered."I says he is telling the truth to the peo- heltofor.'ot..d against the 81. lquor. wines. or beer of any kind W. T. WEEKS of blk 37 in Worhinlton. assessed Unknown.
ing liquors, wines or beer whether intendedfor shipped Town of Starke. Flonda. Unless said shall be redeemed
would like to further that I ple of Florida. As final word I Circuit Court, Bradford say a Clerk
personal use or otherwise, and whetherinterstate from any other State or Tertor. or Districtoft Cunty. F according to law, will issue thereonon
noticed that a certain newspaper editor want to say that he is not telling the or In'rastate shipments or transportation he United States or non-ont rou By R A. the 17th day of September A. D. 1917.Witness .
SEAL) Deputy Clerk.
at Tallahassee is reported to have truth, but that he is trying to disrupt except a h..linat..r provided to. but subject to the jurisdiction of the Unit 8-10.51 my official signature and seal this
Section 2. That it unlawful for ed States and consigned to within the corporate 9th day of August A. D. 1917.
said in a meeting at the governor's office the militia of Florida merely becausehe any person firm or corporation to possess in- limits of the said Town of Starke. Florida ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTIC *T FINAL W. T. WEEKS

that I originated and created the is a cheap politician with a desireto txicatinl lquor. wines or beer hereafter in violation of thi ordinance U hereby SEnLEXENT.NOTCE SEAL) Clerk.
diJtly indirectly from a commonor prhibit..d. and all of is hereby given that on October 8. By A. WEEKS.
disturbance delar unlawful R
in Company! B. I brand be governor. other carrier in the corporate limits of the : lquor. wines or beer shall o. wi present t the County Judge of 8-1G6t Deputy. Clerk. ,


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I To any one who is out of work thereis dren returned to their home in Gaines- Mr. R. T. Schaffer and family, of 1073-Timothy Dukes, Dukes

t'I: I lots of open cotton in our settlementand ville last Saturday, after spending Gainesville, were the guests of Mr. 773-Romey J. Andre'o\jil8Q1rk ff.
we pay good prices. for picking, several weeks at the home of Mrs. Ad- and Mrs. L. C. Smith last Saturday.Mr. 608-J. B. Mills, Starke.
for we need help. kin's mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards.Mrs. Elihu Richards and family and 406-Lawrence Clyde Smith l3l
Last Saturday Mrs. Newn Mott B. L. Blanchard and little Mr. Tyre, of Columbia county; who Butler. u1

.f : News Items went out and milked her cows and up- daughter, Helen, returned home from had been down to Lake Geneva on a 519PrestonIills Barefoot, BroSl
County on turning them out of the lot one of Melrose, where they spent a few days fishing excursion, passed through our er. ..... _
the cows got her head through a crackin visiting relatives. city last Thursday on their way home. 588-Roy Edwards, Starke. {;{
'f, Ii- ---- the fence, and before she could be Mrs. J. J. McLeod spent from Sat- Mr. E. Y. McMullen and family, of 856-Earl Leslie Manire, gey .t_

I I *s iBterertlnj Pacts Gathered During the Week by Our released, had broke her neck. urday to Monday at Eastport with her Ashburn, Ga., stopped over in Lake City, Mo. .y_
1 Correspondents. husband, who is employed there. Butler for a few day.last week on 944-W. Albert Griffis, RaifoH. ;

, 8.1 i Jj Regular HAMPTON.Miss Mr. Alonzo Strickland, of Kingsley, their way home, after a visit to rel- 939-Ollie E. Griffis, Raiford. ,.
, r '\ DIfu was a business visitor to Lawtey last atives. in Largo.Mr. I 'iOD.Richard.Allen Griffis, Start.'s
t. I I Wednesday.Rev. R. L. Shaw, of'Wauchula- is- visiting 1002-George II. Cone, Fargo, GaT"-*
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, I I Ressie Rogers, of Putnam Hall James Strickland, of Clay Hill, relatives in and near Lake But- 320-Chester Jackson Johnson liV*
l !> 1 GRAHAM. business Sunday.Thomas was in Providence was here during the past week, the was a visitor to Lawtey last Friday.Mr. ler. 'Mr. ShaW: js an old Bradford Butler. .rMttv

I Il l.. 0 t Murray attending to business.The I guest of friends. and Mrs. S. M. Futch were visitors County farmed but left here a' few 919-Benjamin D. Andrews, Raiforl:
r. I of Mr. Monday friends of Algar Thomasare Miss Mamie Pinholster, of Brooker, to Starke last Thursday.Mr. years ago for Wauchula. He/is in the 738-Joe GriffisStarke.Men .
_. 'Ethel daughter ,
Miss Byrd, many
1 I' pleasant visitor here during the L. Loadholtz transact- of the Wauchula Manufacturing -
Mrs. D. J. Byrd, of this place, was glad to know that he is improvingfrom was a M. was employ in the Next Call '
t'' ; and week. ing business in Jacksonville the first Co as a grading inspector. His >
I i week-end visitor to Gainesville. I his recent illness.GUILFORD.. Following are the names of !
t a Barr will preach the than
Rev. T. L. Z. part of last week. friends were glad to see him again. ;
the weekend who included in the
r t Miss Mae McKinney spent Butler. usual services at the Methodist church Mrs. Thomas E. Adams and two The many friends of Mr. Henry A. are call for fie;
folks in Lake men to
; home
with examinaUok'x
I Sunday. children are spending this week at Brannen will be pleased to learn that ; .
:; Rev. W. T. McGuire delivered sev- J. F. Tuesday, August 28th: '.'
J. Prevatt .
Mrs. M. Pablo Beach. he is convalescing. Mr. Brannen was
: eral very eloquent Christian and church forceful Saturday ser- Mr. J. E. Douglass made a business Johnson and family, of Bryceville and Mr. Felix Long, of Starke, the pop- thrown from hismule last Sunday a 1167-Barney 1097-Joe' Farman Foster Hedgmai, New River;

: mons in the trip to Wateftown last week. Mrs. Bertha Smith, of Oak Hill, are ular representative of the W. B. John week ago*while! returning to his home 1191-Lacy Prevatt Brooker., Duke

and Sunday. from the.Sea Island Mr. C. C. McCall made a business the guests of V. R. Prevatt.B. son Co., of Jacksonville, was transact- after a visit to his brother, Wm. Bran- 1234-Rod. Wilkerson, *?*
A representative Haynes and wife, of Waldo, were in last He injured and it Brooklyn..
Cotton Gin Co., Vidalia, Ga., has trip to Lake City Friday. ing business Lawtey Saturday. nen. was severely 848-B. J. Starling, Starke. $
spent the streets Wednesday.Mrs. Mrs. M. E. Edwards visitorto first though that it would
Miss Lorene Alderman on our was a was prove *
roller Foss gins 1118 A. Dukes
double Redding
in two ,
just put week-end with her uncle, Mr. Wm. Middleton and children arespendinp' Jacksonville Monday. fatal. He is under the care of Dr. Worth,
of this
place. ton. '
r { for C. B..Roberts, ginner Wateroak Brannen, of Palestine. the week at Dupont, the Deputy Sheriff Cameron, of Starke, Seeber King, who expects to have him I
of the Iveson Cason
Mr. J. G. Crews, Lake :!
: ; of Lake Butler, of relatives.P. business last Fri-
in midst last week. Mr. Willie Knight, guests was in Lawtey on out shortly. 'I ler. *
: section, was our in this community Sunday. E. lohns and family are again Mrs. M. E. Werts and daughter, *

. fl, Mr. H.of S.Clayno Warren, was, naval a visitor stores here operator were Prof.seen J 31. Groover will close his citizens of Hampton, having moved toto day.Mrs.. Fred R. True, of Daytona, is I Miss Ella, of Millers, were in our city 221-James ler. H. Strawder, Lake But,.

i. Monday.Dr. school Friday, August 31st. Everybody : the Sparkman residence on Church a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. last Tuesday shopping.Mr. 292-Ocie Olen Pearce, Lake Butler*
street. D. Pinholster and sister Miss :
W. H. Thomas and Mr. A. L. > invited to attend. Enoch Griffis. G. 822-Arthur D. Clark, Starke.l
closed his The friends of W. B. Odum, Louamanda who have been
Anderson many attendingthe
Crews were recently in Brooker, Dr. Prof. R. L. Mrs. James Hammon came over 504-Lonnie Morgan, Brooker. \J
having on profesisonal school at the Roberts schoolhouse on formerly connected with the Hope from Jacksonville and spent Sunday session of the teachers summer 1064-John Johnson, Raiford. ,*
,\ Thomas gone Tuesday.A Hall here, will be pained to learn of with relatives in East Lawtey. school at the State College for Women 1205-Arley Rence Reynolds
business.Mr. GraJaa
killed in his death which occurred at the homeof returned last week. Miss Lou-
rattlesnake was ,
Roberts and family visited large Mrs. J. A. Starling, of Highland, 1091-Lesley Lloyd Parrish, Dukes J
.1 Sunday Ray in the home of the former'sparents front of the Guilford schoolhouse last his brother, Adjt. L. A. Odum, at was a visitor to Lawtey Saturday. amanda left later in the week to takea 470-Alfred Thomas, Brooker. r

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts. Tuesday. Ten rattles were counted, Montgomery, Ala. Miss Florrie Terry returned home school in Manatee county.Mr. 312-Virgi} Powell, Lulu. .f-
Mrs. Geo. Stone is out again, after but some were shot off. Its length was The Mothers Meeting held at the last week, after spending _. several Jesse Cobb, Jr., one of Bradfordcounty's I 90-Julius S. Eunice, Lawtey. ?: .
severe illness. Her many about 5 feet. home of Mrs. Seals Tuesday afternoonwas weeks visiting relatives and friends in soldier boys, was visiting relatives 191-Calvin Crawford, Lake Bu tl ['
a very and wife, of Lake well attended, and. a most profit- and friends here last Saturdayand
friends are glad to see her well again. Mr. C. J. Knight Lake City and Fort White. 477-Horace Ellard Stokes, Brpolfe;'
Butler, were seen in our community able hour enjoyed.. Mrs. D. E. Bowen, of Jacksonville, Sunday.Mr. 1187-Bennie Williams, Graham. T*.
I last week. Little Misses Clara and Willie Hil- is a guest at the home of her parents, and Mrs. Sam Singer enter- 1179-Percy W. Kelly, Lake
NEBO. Misses Eva Dicks and Neta Richard ton, of Lake Butler, spent Sunday here Mr. and Mrs. John Muse. tained quite a large crowd of young 753-Dozier Young Forsyth Butler.1J,
church the Roberts schoolhouse enroute to Otter Creek for a visit with visited folks at their home on Dekle street on ,
attended at :Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode 130-John Leon Chancey, Lake Bu\. ,
Mr.'J. J. Brannen and two sons, J. last Thursday night. I their father Rev. J. W. Hilton. relatives in Starke Sunday. last Saturday night. Delightful mus- ler. ;

R. and J. C., were business visitors to Mr. C. C. McCall made a business C. R. Geiger and children, of Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Roberts, of ic was.furnished, many games were 858-Levy Elkin Johns, Hampton.l
Lake Butler accompanied by :Miss Marie Williams, played and best of all was the de- :'
Lake Butler Saturday. trip to Saturday.Mr. Starke, visited relatives in Lawtey on 168-Wm. Thomas Morris, Lake But; .
Oscar Fleming, of Alachua county, Hill Ward has moved to Worthington motored over Sunday and visited their last Sunday.Mr. lightful refreshments that were served ler. .

: was here on a visit to relatives last I. Springs on his farm near that friends here. t Green B. Teston and little Everyone expressed themselves at 1023-Andrew J. Hilliard, Starke. .!
The large saw mill of P. B Hunt'sis relatives spending one of the most enjoyable
week. place. daughter, of Jacksonville, visited 424-Bennie Lee Gay, Lulu. =
J. D. Crawford made a business trip Masters Alex and Dan Mann and running on schedule time now, and in Lawtey Sunday and Monday. evenings they have spent in many a 840-Stephen Diggs, Starke.

r to Worthington Monday. Lee Douglass, gf near Lake Butler, is rushed with orders. Mr. J. B. Florrid, of Starke, was a day.Mr. 1188-James Brown, Graham.
:Messrs. Oscar Fleming, T. P. and were seen in our community Saturday.Hr. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Wynn, of Starke, visitor to Lawtey Sunday.Mr. C. M. Turner and family, of 657-Solomon Heyden Stricklanii-1.>

Claud Renfroe went to Lake Butler J. E. Douglass and children are were pleasant visitors here Wednes- H. D. Randall was a business Fort Orange, were visiting relatives in Starke. .4 '
Saturday. busy picking cotton. Mr. Douglass has day. visitor to Gainesville last Friday. our city last week. They left in their *
Lake .
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen were about thirty acres. Contractor H. B. Weest has just Mr. H. C. Peace was transacting outo for their home last Monday. ThOmas, Butler.:

x, visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner Masters Alex Mann and Harley completed dipping vat for Angus business in Jacgsonville last Thurs- Those wishing to subscribe to the 300-Alex.278-Luther Preston Jackson Harnage, Lake Butler., Lula.t,..

S Sunday. Varnes, of Lake Butler, were visitorsin Hall just west of town. Telegraph will leave their subscriptionwith 1240-Robert Barton
I Mrs. J. D. Crawford visited her sister our burg Sunday.Mr. Mrs. J. C. Hagan, of Palatka, was a day.Miss Mattie Stalsby returned home J. E. Harper in Lake Butler, whois Brooklyn52.4Sim

I y Mrs. N. A. Conner, Saturday. J. E. Douglass and W. R. Al- business visitor here Tuesday. last Saturday from Tallahassee, where the correspondent from this place. 911-James Cooper McNeil, Brooker.

I 0 We are having some unusually hea- derman spent the week-end in Levy Hon. J. S. Roebuck, of Lake City, she has been attending a normal for Full details of the drafted men from 1172 Walter Redmond, Sapp.New River.
vy rains here now. county, attending church at Long was visitor here Wednesday. the past few months. our county will be given at every call, 532"':'Calvin Brinkley Hayes, Brook.er. .
; Cotton crops through this section Pond. also latest war news.
Rev. 0. T. Uselman, of Jacksonville, .
are going to make just about ha'f 01 Mrs. C. C. McCall was called to the BROOKER. preached at Grace M. E. church last Mr. J. W. Harrington and family 1139-Sebron Marion Dukes, Dukes .
what they looked like they were going passed through here last Tuesday on -
bedside of her mother, Mrs. Doartch, Sunday, both morning and evening.Mr. 1214-Harry.White, Graham.
to one time, as they are dying of their way to Raifqrd. They are from
J. E. Wilson transacting
last Friday, near Lake City.RAIFORD. was 336-James Leslie Crews, Guilford
blight.N. Melrose, Ga. Mr. Harrington has accepted -
The little infant son of Mr. and Mrs. 'business in Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. 212-Benjamin Rhodes Newsom,
: A Conner made a bust jess trip a position as sawyer at Jackson's -
H. D. Randall transacting
Landen Green has been very ill the Lake Butler.
J to Dukes Monday. mill near Raiford.
last few days, but at this-writing. it is business in Jacksonville Monday.Mr. 49-Earl Leslie Biggs, Lawtey.
Mrs. L. Smith and Miss
Mr. H. A. Conner attended the cemetery daughter,
H. R. of Jacksonville
slowly improving. Mahoney, 8-Andrew J. Lowery, Lawtey.
i working at Mt. Zion Wednesday Ruth of Brooksville, are spending a
Mr. Albert Pinholster of was the guest last Sunday att he homeof
The wet weather is doing some dam- Belmore, few with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. 1160-Ed. Berry, New River.
age to cotton on account of its early Clay county, visited his father, I.:Ws Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Randall, in East Smith. 1192-James Wesley Faller, Graham.

WOODLAWN PARK. N maturing. The growers feel, however, Pinholster, Sr., last weekend.Mrs. Lawtey.Mr. 305-Frank Butler Tomlinson, Lola
that if the weather dries off in the J. M. Shores and children, of Delma Wilkerson, of Co. M, Mrs. Blount and daughter, of Elko, 1143-Grover Lee Jenkins, Worthing-
next few days the damage will not be Arcadia, who have been visiting relatives 17th. U. S. infantry, located at Chat- Ga., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs ton.557Valdoston.

. .r Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Lawtey, was a : sufficient to offset the high price thatis I here for the past two weeks, tanooga, Tenn., spent Monday here D. W. Borum. Texas Adams, Starke
professional visitor here Saturday. I prevailing. Many loads are coming left last Wednesday evening for the with his mother, Mrs. Wilkerson. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Newsom and 622-Wm. Sapp, Starke. ....
j : Mr. W. R. Strickland, of Saxton,visited I to town and the Andrews gin will startin county seat, where they will visit a Mr. S. B. Futch was a business vis- child arrived this week from Mulberry 585-Clarence Hale Newsom, Starke. 0
; relatives and friends here Saturday a few days. few days and then return to their itor to Jacksonville Monday. to visit relatives and friends. 1077-James Allen Langford, Dukes.
t and Sunday. The gin has been overhauled this home. """J* Messrs. Thomas E. Adams and H. "Mac," as he is called, is an old Lake 781Willie Roberts, Starke.

: .I Messrs. J. C. and Caivin Prevatt, of summer and a new boiler and engine Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard, of B. Bennett, Jr., were visitors to Pablo Butler boy who moved to Mulberrysome 1035-Ed. Reynolds, Raiford.
Lawtey, visited here Sunday afternoon installed as well as several conveniences Starke were in our town last Satur- Beach last Sunday.Mr. years ago. Being a steady young 958-Simon E. Driskell, Raiford.. ..
added for the farmers that come day. Mr. Richard was attending J. E. Brown has moved his grits man and very ambitious, he has met 323-Jim McCullough, Lulu..

1 Messrs. J. S. Norman, 0. J. Phil- in with their cotton.A business while here. mill to the new cotton gin house of with success and is doing well. 857 Wm. Jacob Jones, Adel, Ga.
lips were transacting business in Jacksonville deal was consummated last week The many friends of Mrs. Ellis demons Mr. H. D. Randall. Miss Irene Edwards is visiting relatives 963-J. Clifford James, Raiford. -.

'I Friday and Saturday. While I whereby ex-Sheriff S. B. Denmark became are sorry to learn of her suffer- Mrs. E. E: Barthlow, of Middlebunr, in Eastman, Ga. 438-Jesse Weeks, Lake Butler. -]
: i i there Mr. Norman purchased a Ford a property owner here. Mr. Denmark ing from a continued spell of fever. visited Relatives in Lawtey the first: Deputy Sheriff G. M. Richard escorted 878-Owen William Marr, Hampton ,;
r I touring car.Messrs. I purchased the home of Mr. Lem Mrs. Clemons has been confined to her part of the week.S. a new boarder to the County

.o 'E J. M. and W. H. Norman, I Sapp, a valuable property on Central bed for twenty days, and we hope for a B. Futch was transacting lusi- Hotel last l\Ionday-charges vagrancy. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +.i
motored over to Starke Saturday. I j avenue. He will put the property in speedy recovery n'. business in Jacksonville last Thurs- Mrs. C. T. Johnson, of Trentqn, who + SPECIAL EDITION OF THE .* *
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hilliard, of Van- first-class shape and expects to occupy Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Osteen and Mr. the week.: has been on a visit with relatives in + TELEGRAPH. .
I t derbiltwere visitors here Sunday. I I it in a short time. Fred Hazen and sister, Miss Eunice Messrs. Jackson and Godwin an installing Georgia, is spending a few days with + On September 7th the '; ele- +.j:
.. Mr. and :Mrs. J. S. Norman and 0. I The coming election is promising to were visitors to Gainesville Monday another gin at their gin house her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Wilson, fora + graph will publish the laws of t 4;

J. Phillips motored over to Starke on be the quietest one in the history of afternoon.Mr. this week.l! few days. + general nature passed by the last *"
;. I Monday.A I Raiford. Very little interest is being T. C. Hazen was a visitor to Mr. M. Fennell, cashier of the Flor- Messrs. B. Feinberg, J. H. Scarbor- + legislature. The edition will con- *
f party composed of the following shown; so little in fact that the tickets Jacksonville Saturday. ida National Bank of Giinesirle: was ough and family and Roscoe Johns I + sist of 2,500 copies and as nearly 4 '0
j 1 I spent the evening at Kingsley lake I have been printed with two offices left Messrs. Lonnie Morgan, Steve Lewis a visitor to'Lawtey Mondav spent Sunday at Pablo Beach.., + as possible these papers will be +'-

\ Friday: Misses Debbie Phillips, Irene blank as no one was found willing to Barney Andrews and Curtis Melvin Mr. N. P. Foss, \}Vidalia, Ga., wa* + sent into every home in Bradford.+ .
\ Rhoden, Carrie Mathis, and Mr. 0. E. run either for the office of clerk or for were on business in Starke Sat- transacting business in Law teat Monday BRADFORD COUNTY SELECTION + county. *
1 Rhoden. All report a fine time. I one of the councilmen. Mr. J. J. Far- urday. and Tuesday. BOARD COMPLETES ITS WORK + This will afford business men *

: Mr. O. J. Phillips was a visitor to relly, who has been clerk for several Miss Edyth Warren and sister, Ha- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson, of Rai- + of the.county an excellent oppor- +.:
Lawtey Wednesday. I years, felt that the work was takingtoo zel, of Clayno, attended church here ford, were guests Tuesday at the homeof (Continued From Page 1.) + tunity to make their opening bus- + :

f, : There were not any preaching here ( much time from his other duties Sunday.Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bennett.Mr. + iness announcements for the fall + y:
t, Sunday on account of the rain. A tel- and so refused to allow his name used G. W. Larramore filled Rev. : H. G. Peace was a business vis- 882-Jesse Parrish, Hampton. + and winter season." to
ephone message received Sunday afternoon for re-election. No one felt like running Everton's regular appointment at the itor to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. 7CO-Sinclair L. Peek, Starke. + Remember that the coming *

I from the preacher said he against "Mr. Jack," as he is familiarly Missionary Baptist church last Sun- and :Mrs. A. A. Smith were vis- 5t.>-Jesse Starling, Lawtey. + season is to be the biggest business -*-,
s could not get here on account of the called, and the office is going day.Many iting relatives at Kingsley lake Tues- 54-James 0. McCormick, Starke. + season that Bradford county +
condition of the roads. begging. Only two councilmen have of the people here were visi- day.About 549-Leon Everett Miner, Starke. + has ever known. Present conditions +:
... I announced to fill three places. tors to Worthington Sunday.Mr. 40,000 pounds of cotton was 741-Elam Lewis, Starke. + indicate that the cotton crop +>
MILLER. The only contested place is that of John Surrency, of Adel, Ga., is brought in last week and sold to H. D. 1054 Ben Lewis, Raiford. + alone will bring from $l, oOOOi
marshal,the present encumbent, Lewis I visiting relatives here this week. Randall. 638-John Andrew Jackson McKinney + to $2,000,000. To this will be .\

t t Reynolds, running for re-election, and Mr. Earl Surrency visited relativesat LAKE BUTLER.Big Graham. + added a large sum for beef, pork, + 1
The continued rains is
i damaging I ex-Sheriff Denmark also offering him- LaCrosse Friday and Saturday. 1016-Lacy Varnes, Raiford; + potatoes and other products.; **"
t. F cotton crops to a great extent. Cotton self for the office. Mr. Dugger Jones, of Sampson, wasa 923-Louis Johns, Raiford. + will get 'j
has become infested with the rust un-\\ place today. The result will be pub- visitor to our town Sunday. August annual gathering of the 571-James Lindsey, Starke. The merchants who and |
+ the largest share of the fall 45 j
til it seems as if we wil lonly a lished in next week's Telegraph. Miss Lena Sutton, of Gainesville, Primitive Baptist at Swift Creek, on 128-Truby Lee Willis, Lake Butler. who +
half crop, and now the weather is such has been the guest of her grandparents Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 11-Wm. Starling, Lawtey. + winter business will be those : *j
.' t :' that the cotton will be of poor quality RISING. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb :Mott, for the 23rd, 24th and 25th. A large crowdis 363-DeWitt Brooks, Lake Butler. ++ after it with the greatest vig-> .4:J;jgo j/
\ so the high price is off-set. past week. anticipated and an enjoyable time, -Wm. Roscoe Strickland or. *
I Rev. Woodard filled his regular appointment Messrs. L. Morgan, L. 0. Hazen, M. as they always have. 93-Wm. Howell Edwards, Lawtey + The September 7th edition best of +% "l
at the Free Will church Our protracted meeting started last Mrs. 0. W. Maines of Monteocha is + the Telegraph will afford the j-
1 on F. Hazen, H. Hazen and R. Crews I 957-Daniel E. Bradley, Raiford. to +
I \I j i Saturday and Sunday. Sunday night. were visitors to Jacksonville Wednes- I visiting her son, Dr. and Mrs. J. E.laines. 1112-Charles Leroy Osteen, Worth- + opportunity of the season i:.1
H. S. Miller attended church at Mr. Jim Sapp of Wateroak, attended + reach everyone with your business -

t Worthington Sunday. ocr sing last Saturday. Come again, day.Mrs.. L. T. Osteen visited her par- Miss Nettie Maines is the guest of 345-ington.Oscar Alonzo Elixson, Lake + announcement. No advance +fin
Rev. Frank Adams of Hampton, visited Mr. Sapp, we appreciated your assis- ents, Mr. and Mrs. McLeod, of Worth- her brother, Dr. J. E. Maines, and Butler.154George. + our advertising rates will be *
his son, B. D. Adams, a few days tance and visit very much. ington Wednesday and Thursday. family. Miss Nettie will soon leave Thomas, Lake Butler. + made for this issue. Engage your I

f I 9 go. Mr. Hugh Alvarez, who has been Messrs. A. B. Shaw and son, Albert, for Longwood, Seminole county, where 717-John Newrnan-Byrd, Starke. + space now and begin to prepare*
:Mrs. B. T. Woodcock, of Bartow, working for some time at Palatka, is 0. B. Hazen and J. Clemofcs were visitors she has accepted a position as teacherfor 1057-Wm. C. Williams + your copy. !
v was visiting friends and relatives in visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. to Starke Monday.Dr. a school at that place. Last year Sapp. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + -. I

: this community last week. I I J. Alvarez. Barefoot, of Worthington, was she taught in the same county. Miss -
I, Ury Spires, of Midway, was in this Mrs. F. B. Jackson and children will on professional business here last Nettie is an excellent teacher and "
community Saturday afternoon.J. go to Guilford Friday of this week.to Thursday.Mrs. Longwood is lucky to secure her ser- II

R. McLeod and N. H. Stokes were visit her father, Mr. James Pearce, W. E. Pinholster and children, vices.

in Lake City on business Monday. and other relatives and many friends of Green Cove Springs, are visiting Mr. D. F. Coffin and family, of LAKE BUTLER BAKERY
J. L. Brown made a' business. trip to and to attend church at Swift- Creek relatives here this week. Bronson, was in our city last Satur-
Lake Butler Monday. i Sunday. Mr. W. S. Nabb, who has been in day. They are visiting Mr. and Mrs. .
.. Prof. and Mrs. B. D. Adams visited Mr. and Mrs. Driggers, who have Jacksonville for some time. returned John P. Coffin, parents of Mr. Coffin,
in Lake Butler last Sunday. been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Emory home Monday. in Johnstown. Mr. Coffin is demon- '

Miss Cora Spires of Midway, visited Lewis for some time, went to West strator for Levy county, being very LAKE BUTLER FLORIDA :
Miss Carrabelle Brown Sunday. Tocoi last Saturday to visit their son. LAWTEY.Mrs. energetic and ambitious youny man,
Miss Myrtice Roberts, of Lake But- There was a sing given at the homeof he no doubt fills his position to a fin- ,
ler, spent the week-end with Miss label E. J. Lewis last Friday night in -
Brown. honir of Mr. and Mrs. Driggers, who E. D. Sayles, accompanied by Thos. J. Townsend made a business Bread Cakes
B. E. Brown made a business trip left Satuday.: Mrs. Angie Sternburg, of Starke, left trip to Jacksonville last Friday. ; tI and Pies. Prompt delivery .

to Dukes Monday. Mr. J. E. JI! Wainwright attendedour Wednesday for Syracuse, N. Y., at in his auto. He left here at six o'clock : I;:',,
Furman Stokes made a trip to Sunday school last Sunday after- which place they will spend an indefi- in the morning and was back same af-
Worthington on business Monday.We noon. He stayed over and attended nite time. ternoon at three. When T. J. gets to PHONE 78
are sorry to report Mr. E. H. church services Sunday night. Mr. Henry Hudson, of Clay Hill, the wheel the machine must go. JI
on the sick list this week. His friends ")Ir. and Mrs. Newn Mott, of Wa- was transacting business in Lawtey Mr. J. D. Cobb, one of the chief cot- C. SMITH
hope for his speedy recovery. i teroak, attended the sing last Friday I last Friday. ton buyers of our city, was in Valdostalast L. ,_' Propietor.J :
Fred Bielling visited Lake City on night at Mr. E. J. Lewis. Mrs. J. C. Adkins- _and.two. little chil.wp. Tuesday on business. f. -- -#' .

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