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 31, 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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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





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Word of Present Rulers of Germany !I{ ENLISTED MEN WILL HAVE A I I WITHOUT FIGHTDISAFFECTION Fifteen Were--Disqualified on I + + + + + + tttttt + +

Cannot Be Depended CHANCE FOR PROMOTION Physical Examination and + +
, On by Other Nations. Officers Will Be Drawn From Ranks ALLEN CAMERON LED OFF ARMIESOF Ten Failed to Appear. + +

After Second Officers Camp. + According to the latest instructions +
received by the Local Selection +
Board the Bradford +
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28.Enlistedmen young

Guard and regular army will be given SOUND AND RETURNED TO BETWEEN AUSTRIANS AND + service will begin to move to +

TO DEAL WITH GERMANY IN, every opportunity to fit themselves for HIS PARENTS.A ITALIANS AROUND GORIZIA SELECTION BOARD WILL SOON +t camp tember at 5th Columbia, but S. C., on Sep +
commissions, it was learned today. only a small par- +
WAY POPE PROPOSED WOULD This is in line with the fixed policy of BEGIN WORK OF REVIEWING + ty will be sent at first. +

ALLOW GEIKANY'A CHANCETO the government to take no more offi great deal of excitement was created The disaffection in the Russian EXEMPTION CLAIMS. LIKELY +t The instructions are for the +
army sending of 5 cent of the +
RECUPERATE AND AGAIN cers or officer candidates from civil in Starke Tuesday afternoon on which resulted in the forced evacua THAT A NUMBER OF THESE + ta, or six men per, from September quo +
life after the second series of officers'training
DECLARE WAR-ON ALLIES. in has account of the supposed kidnapping of tion of the greater part of Galicia and WILL BE DISALLOWED. + 5th to 9th inclusive. Then 40 +

been completed.camps now There after progress all ,addi little Allen, son of )lr. and Mrs. M. Bukowina by still loyal troops appar- + per cent will be sent September +
ently has not been eradicated, al- -
tional officers will be found in the Cameron citizens .19th; 40 per cent on October 3rd + -
I and went out
WASHINGTON, ar. 28.-Preli. many though stiffening in the Russian de Out of the sixty men summoned to + and the remaining 15 cent +
Art Wllaorl'' his rejected* the pope'speace ranks of the various branches of the in automobiles and on horseback to fense in Galicia, Bukowina and Rou- Starke Tuesday for examination 10 + thereafter. The men to per be sent +

proPotaJa war army. look for the little one. mania recently had indicated that the failed to appear, and one had been + at first are to establish the + '
patched To out this it has vir- camp
a note d last night and carry plan The night before little Allen had Russians were to make no voluntary transferred to another district. Fif- + and get everything into working +
tually been decided to establish offi
.ade public here tonight the president cers' training school at each of an the divisional been ill with fever and his mother had retrograde movements. teen of the remaining 49 failed to pass + order for the reception of the +
'nyi that while every heart jot blind training Men from I been sitting up with him nearly all Following Tuesday's reports of the the physical examination. This left + larger groups to be sent later. +
ed and hardened by the"terrible; war camps. falling back the Rusisans in 34 present and physically fit. Twenty + The
the ranks who show special : night, and was very tired. After din- by eas movement will be as fol. +
aut be touched by the moving' appeal will be sent to these schools.Withstaffs qualifications ner she told a negrt woman, Minnie tern Bukowina toward the Bessarabia five of these filed claims for exemp- + lows: September 5th, 2 men; +
e f his holiness it would b! folly to of French and British officersof Francis, what work to do and then frontier comes the news that, disloyalto tion, leaving nine to be immediately + September 6th, 7th, 8th and 9tft. +
take the path of peace he points out experience the line went to take a short nap. Minnie was their colors, the Russians in south- certified for service. + 1 man each; September 19th, 42 +
on firing
if it does not in fact lead to the goal duty at each camp as advisers, an unusual in jail for stealing, awaiting the sit- ern Moldavia, from Fokshani north- Not Claiming Exemption.The + men: ; October 3rd, 42 men; the +
be proposes. opportunity for lecture courses ting of the fall term of the circuit ward, have quit their trenches and men not claiming exemption are + remaining 17 men to be sent on a +
Text of President's Reply. will be presented.The I court, being unable to furnish bond. fled in disorder. The enemy, by reason as follows: I + date not yet given. +
. The text of the note follows: divisional officers' will She had at first been confined in a cell of this defection, has materially 1167-Barney Foster, New River. + The board has been specially +
"To His Holiness, Benedictus XV, make the third series of such camp but being troubled with heart complaint bettered his positions for an advance 121 Cecil Iveson Cason, Lake But + requested to make up the first +
Pope: In acknowledgment of the communication arranged by the war department camps to the doctor had advised that she eastward, and at last accounts was ler. + number to be sent from among + 1))

, of your holiness to the belligerent provide men to command the enor- be taken out of the cell, and to whereI continuing to develop his success. 1064-John Johnson, Raiford. + those who had had military train. +
peoples, dated August 1,1917, mous forces being raised for the war. I I she could get fresh air. She had been The Berlin war office says the Rus 858-Levy Elkin Johns, Hampton. + ing, and who are otherwise qualified +
the president of the United States re- No line commissions will be grantedto used around the place for various work sians have suffered heavily in men 300-Alex. Preston Harnage, Lulu. + for early promotion to non- +
qunests me to transmit the following men from civil life after they are I and considered safe as a trusty" killed or wounded, and have lost more 1240-Robert Barton, Brooklyn. + commissioned offices. +

reply: started except that a few men who I When Mrs. Cameron awoke again than 1,000 men made prisoners and 212-Benjamin Rhodes Newsom, + +
"Every heart that has not been were denied admission to the other her first care was' to look for'Allen, three guns and fifty machine guns. Lake Butler. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

. blinded and hardened by this terrible camps through loss of their orders in I but he was nowhere to be found. There In addition,. they have given up 622-Wm. Sapp, Starke.
war must be touched by this moving the mail or some other mischance may was a big' fire in the stove for flatirons splendid points guarding the ap 781-Willie Roberts, Starke. LEST WE FORGET. '

appeal of his holiness, the pope; must I' be give nan opportunity in the third I to be heated, but Minnie was also proaches to the Sereth fiver, the cross- Physically Unfit -

feel the dignity and force motives of the which hu- series. I gone. The news spread rapidly and ing of which by the enemy, taken in Those failing to pass the physical Many merchants believe that thereis

mane and generous wish Secretary Baker pointed out today, many believed that the negro woman, connection with an invasion of Mol examination were as follows: no need for them to advertise, because -
prompted it, and must fervently in reply to a question as to whetherthe in a fit of insanity, had kidnapped the davia from Bukowina would result in 1097-Joe Farman Hedgman, Dukes. they are so well known that all
that we might take the path of peace I little taken him to out-of-the 292-Ocie Olen Pearce'Lake Butler.
it European divisional army organi one, an disaster to all Moldavia and also will who wish to trade with them will
But come
out. _
he to persuasively points zation adopted for the war would be way place and perhaps killed him. Mr. prove a valuable asset for a Teutonic 477-Horace Ellard Stokes, Brooker. and that the others could not
would be folly to take it if it does not continued after the restoration of Cameron, deputy sheriff and jailer, advance toward Russian territory to 130-John Leon Chancey, Lake But be anyway made to come through

in fact lead to the good he proposes. peace, that with the exception of the I went out in his car to hunt his boy, so the north of the bend in the Danube. ler. Wrong, Mr. Merchant. advertising.These
I days
Our response must be based upon the officers of the did Sheriff Epperson and others. Meanwhile 175-Samuel Thomas, Lake Butler.
else. It regular army and a few many M. Kerensky, the Rus those business men who do not keep
stern facts and upon nothing men of the old regular enlisted force But long before they returned the lost sian premier, has reiterated to the 532-Calvin Brinkley Hayes, Brooker. themselves before the public will
he desires soon
cessation of aims

is not a mere whose enlistments may not have expired child was brought home, safe and closing session of the conference at : be forgotten, and on the other hand '
; it is a stable and enduring peace. at that time, the entire war army I sound, by A. L. Alvarez. Moscow the determination of the provisional I i 1214-Harry White, Graham. the buyers will to those who invite 4
not be through go
This agony must gone will pass out of existence. There is no [I The events had taken place as follows government to protect the results 49-Earl Leslie Biggs, Lawtey. them to come,' because they believe
with again, and it must what be a will matterof insure provision of the law for continuing it' : Minnie had got word from her achieved by the revolution and 1160-Ed. Berry, New River. they will get better trade from the ad-
very sober judgment beyond the end of the war. I husband, who is in Jacksonville, and declared that no counter revolutionary 305-Frank Butler Tomlinson, Lulu. vertisers.As .

us against it. The question of establishing a continuing she decided to use this opportune timeto attempts would be countenanced.A 557-Valdoston Texas Adams, Starke a rule our business men have responded -
in P
"His holiness substance proposes military policy of universal escape from bondage and reach him. continuation of the stormy weather 1077-James Allen Langford, Dukes. nobly to our soliciting for advertisements
that we return to the status quo antebellum service has been debated to ,! is still 323-Jim McCullough, Lulu. -
some ex- In order to make those she might meet up major operationsin for our special issue of
and that disarmament then there be a and gen-a tent. The impression prevails among ', after leaving the jail, believe that she France and Belgium, although the 963-J. Clifford James, Raiford. next Friday, September 7th, but sev

. eral condonation nations, based many members of congress, however, I was out on legitimate business, she British here and there still are en 438-Jesse Weeks, Lake Butler. eral have not yet been heard from.
concert of upon of arbitration an ac that it would be unwise to take up would take the little boy along partof gaged in minor trench raiding activities Claimed Exemption. Aside from the consideration that an
ceptance of the similar principle concert free. this question now. If the war is Loa? the way, and she told him to go which small positions have been Those passing the physical examination advertisement will yield in returns

; that by a be established, and it may become; necessary to proude I with her to get some grapes. They captured and additional prisoners ta but filing claims for exemption, many times its cost, civic pride should
,dom of seas
of France for the registration of new classes went down Sanderson street to the ken.The were as follows: I prompt our business men to advertise,
that the territorial of vircb) reach the military age of the']' Pratt street extension, then turned fighting on the Verdun front for 1191-Lacy Prevatt, Brooker. to show the world that this is a live
and Italy, perplexing and the problems restitution selective service each year. west. When they had reached the old the moment also has reached a pause; 1234 Rod. Wilkerson, Brooklyn. town, where things can be bought and
the Balkan states
of left,to such conciliatqry jail, she said: "Wait here, Allen, till I only the big guns being active. There 848-B. J. Starling, Starke. sold-a place worth investigating.Our .
Poland be be possible of the THE COTTON MARKET. come back. I'm going to Mr.' Hans have been artillery duels along the 504-Lonnie Morgan, Brooker. next week's edition will con
adjustments as may Austin's to grapes and Aisne front. 1091-Lesley Lloyd Parrish, Dukes. ,
whose fortunes and get some tain the general laws passed by the
affiliations peoples will be political involved. __Not enough of this year's crop of went along. After waiting a while the Hard fighting is in progress be 470-Alfred Thomas, Brooker. last legislature and more than the usual
child became impatient and went to tween the Italians and Austrians on 312-Virgil Powell, Lulu.
For World Freedom."It sea island cotton has yet reached the amount of reading matter besides. '
Mr. Austin's home, asking for Min the Bainzizza plateau and on the 90-Julius S. Eunice, Lawtey. It
is manifest that no part of this I I markets to cause the spinners to make will be reached by every person in
nie. :Mrs.! Austin who did know heights around Gorizia. $n the for 191-Calvin Crawford, Lake Butler.
be successfully carriedout offers for the product, but in spite of not the county, and, therefore, the adver-
program unless can the restitution of the status I this uncertainty the high prices that that the woman was under custody, mer sector the Austrians ate defend- 1187-Bennie Williams, Graham. tisements it will carry will be very
antebellum furnishes a firm and I have prevailed for the past four'' told the boy the woman had passed by, ing tenaciously a powerfully fortified 753-Dozier Young Forsyth, Saxton. effective. If you wish to try an ad,
quo satisfactory basis for it. The object of months remain unchanged, and there probably Ito get grapes somewhereelse dine to which the Italians have come 168-Wm. Thomas Morris, Lake But- send it as soon as possible, don't wait

this war is to deliver the free peoplesof seems to be a general feeling that pri- and asked him to play around within striking distance. In the fight ler. till the last moment. This invitationis
the world from the menace and the ces will go higher. Responding to I the place until she returned. After awhile ing the Italians are still using large 1023-Andrew J. Hilliard, Starke. extended to business men all over
actual of a vast military estab this feeling buyers throughout Brad I I A. L. Alvarez passed by. He saw numbers of airplanes which are ef- 424-Bennie Lee Gay, Lulu. the county. 1
lishment power controlled by an irresponsible ford county have been gradually advancing ,I the little one and knew that he was be- fectively bombarding enemy positionsand 840-Stephen Diggs, Starke.
which having secretly the price until on Thursday I ing searched for and brought him backto numbers of machine guns have 1188-James Brown, Graham. Those who have not sent in their
government, ,
planned to dominate the world, proceeded 22 to 22% cents was paid for prac- his mother, who was almost frantic been taken by the Italians.To 657-Solomon Heyden Strickland, ad copy for the issue of the 7th are
to out the plan without tically all of the best cotton that was over the loss of her child. Her joy the south, on the Carso plateau, Starke. urged to do so at once.
carry him be imagined. the heavy fighting of last week has 524-Sim Cooper, Brooker.
over seeing again
regard to either to the sacred obliga offered for sale. There are more local may
tion of treaty or the long established buyers than ever before, indicating a given way to artillery duels and patrol 911=James McNeil, Sapp. 1192 James Wesley Faller, Graham.

practices and long cherished princi- stronger demand than ever before: In course of time Mr. Cameron returned encounters. 1139-Sebron Marion Dukes, Dukes. 1143-Grover Lee Jenkins, Worthington. .

ples of international action and honor; The Savannah market is reported as after a fruitless hunt, to findif 336-James Leslie Crews, Guilford. I
The I I there of his little TEACHER IN TROUBLE. Andrew J. Lowery, Lawtey. 857-Wm. Jacob Jones, Adel Ga.
which chose its own time for the war, quiet, but firm. quotations prevailing was any news boy,
delivered its blow fiercely and sudden- during the past week are as and was delighted to find him safe and 585-Clarence Hale Newsom, Starke. 878-Owen William Marr, Hampton. '

stopped at no barrier either of war follows: sound with his mother. He and Mr. Edgar Grambling, a school teacher, 1035-Ed. Reynolds, Raiford. Redding A. Dukes, serial number
or of mercy, swept a whole continent Fancy Florida and Georgia nn 70 Epperson then set out to find the wom- is in trouble on account of the alleged 958-Simon E. Driskell, Raiford. 1118, of Worthington Springs, had '

within the tide of blood-not the bloodof Extra choice Ga. and Florida_ 69 an. They found that she had been seen seduction of a very young girl, one of Failed to Appear. been transferred to Titusville for ex

soldiers only, but the blood of inner Choice ______________________66@67 at colored homes in the Brownlee settlement I. his pupils, when he taught the Sax Those failing to appear in response amination.. 't
cent women and children also, and of Extra fine __________________64@65 and that she had told a friend ton school last year. The charge was to'the order of the selection board Quota Not Completed.

the helpless poor; and now stands Fine ________________________62@63 that she intended to take the early preferred by the girl's father. The were as follows: I Eleven men were needed to completethe l
balked but not defeated, the enemy of I Sales ____nnnnnn_ None train for Jacksonville. sheriffs office had been trying to locate 221-James H. Strawder, Lake But- county's quota. Only nine failedto

faur fifths of the world. This poweris Receipts ___________dd______ None Early Wednesday morning Mr. Grambling for the past four ler. file exemption claims. This leaves
not the German people. It is the Shipments ________n_________ None Cameron went to Lawtey to intercept months, and finally succeeded in find- 822-Arthur D. Clark, Starke. the board the task of securing two r

ruthless master of the German people.It Stock _________=_____________ 935 Minnie, who was expected to board the ing him in Wakulla county, where he 1205-Arley Rence Reynolds, Graham more men. In a few days they will
is no business of ours how that train there for Jacksonville. While taught school near Crawfordville. At (In National Guard). take up the work of passing on the exemption J

great people came under its control or Mrs. Ella Shiferdek, of Jacksonville, there he got a telephone message, stat- this writing it is known that Sheriff 1179-Percy W. Kelly, Lake Butler.In claims, and in following the #
submitted with temporary zest to the after having spent some time with her ing the woman was at the place of Epperson who went after him, has ( Aviation Corps). rules established in pasing on other '
sister, Mrs. A. Willard, returned home Bill Roberson, Sr., colored. He then arrested his man, and he will be lodged 278-Luther Jackson, Lake Butler. claims they rill probably disallow sev
II 1172-Walter Redmond New River. eral of the claims filed Tuesday. f
(Continued on Page 4.) I Thursday. headed for the place mentioned and in the county jail here to await the :
the car that had carried him was sent outcome of the preliminary trial.
back to Starke after having nearly -
BRADFORD that it might require a long .
time to capture his quarry. He then The Raiford Tribune has suspended
: waded through a swamp and by publication. Editor Lewis gave Rai
WILL OPEN NEXT MONDAY SEPT. 3 stealthy maneuvering finally reached ford a good local paper and the busi- '
a point where he could have a good ness men patronized the paper much

view of the house and surroundings, more liberally than is the case in the '
As stated in last week's issue of the ing the year who are not above six and climbed up in a tree. After a average town of equal population. In WASHINGTON, Aug 26.-Accord I family is taken. The president fur- "
Telegraph, the High School will begin years of age or who do not become six while he heard the voice of the wom- fact, 'it appeared to us that Raiford ing to new instruction issued by Provost ther expressed the hope that in the ,
its work next Monday, Sept. 3rd. The years old during the first four months an he was hunting, and, sneaking up business men were exceptionally liberal Marshal General E. H. Crowder, first call the majority of the men
session will begin at nine o'clock witha Children who become six years old be- to the house found her sitting there, users of advertising space. The local selection boards are directed not I drafted would be those who have not '
short program consisting of music tween September 10th and January talking. But when he tried to cap fact that the paper did not have sufficient to refuse a discharge to a married man yet assumed such relations. '
and short talks by some of our citizens 10th will be admitted on the first Mon ture her she ran, but was caught after. patronage to warrant its contin- or to the head of a family. Gen. Crow Gen. Crowder's telegram to Major
The patrons and friends of the day in January, when a new class for a hot chase, and marched toward uance was not the fault of either Edi der, in his telegram, stated that the Anderson at Tallahassee, follows: .. :
school are cordially invited to* attend beginners will be formed. The school Starke. As soon as a telephone was tor Lewis or the business men of Rai law under which local selection boards "The feeling had been expressedthat
the opening exercises. would be glad to accommodate these reached, word was sent to Starke for ford. Both did their part well. The act requires that, before such dis in passing on claims for discharges '

The teachers hope to have as manyof pupils but circumstances will not per. a car, and when the conveyance arrived plain fact is that while Raiford is one charge can be granted, dependency, as on the ground of dependence, '
the pupils of the school with them mit it this year., Minnie was brought to the : of 'the biggest towns of its size on well as relationship matter must be local boards ought, in no case, to re* t

on opening day as possible A good beginning Let us again impress on those pupils Starke jail apd will get no more opportunity I earth, it is not quite large enough to established.In fuse a discharge to a married man or
is worth much to tie pupil. It who failed last.year the necessity of to escape. afford a newspaper the volume of pat this connection, the matter having to the head of a family. The law UDder '=

avoids much confusion on the part of taking their examination Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Cameron wish the ronage that is necessary to keep it been referred to President Wilson, which local boards act requires'-.
the pupil and often saves them from Sept 1st No pupils will be promoted Telegraph to express for them their moving along. the latter is of the opinion: that the that, before such discharge can. be' '. :

discouragement ,--"Ie- except by examination and if it is pos deep gratitude to the many who did new national army should .ber"raised granted', ', dependency' --r" as well," ,M0CtnrMnuSd lets" '
This year, for good reasons, the sible same should be taken on that all they could to help find their little Win. Kalch, of Hampton, was in without creating the hardships necessarily '! .-

school will not admit_any Pal: a! date. ., S. S. DOWLING, Prin. I boy, and later the escaped prisoner. : town Tuesday. entailed ,when- the-head-- of a c on ._


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1 7c Governor Prefers Debate in Letter Public.Writing to a PILOT SAYS THE TEXAS BY NEGRO U. S. REGULARS Ladies siftible desire charm that ins

"" a good
TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 25.-Gov. S. I (J; complexion. Of cour

.. a J. Catts, in reply to CongressmanFrank DANGER'S PAST Tried in Harris County. they do not wish *
Number When
Large Injured otheii
Clark's challenge to a joint debate Houston, Aug. 25.-The negro sol- ; -
1 at any point within the state after Unruly Soldiers Shot Up diers of the Twenty-four infantry who 1/1 \ to know a beauti5er1f

h the adjournment of congress, declares Thursday night took part in shooting ;/ has been used 80her
'RED CROSS PLEDGE that he will not meet )Ir. Clarkin Captain Roberts Declares WifeIs City of Houston in the streets that killed seventeen buy a bottle of

I ---- an oratorical contest. persons, early today were started toward -
:'r; This is the oath which members of The governor's letter, in full, fol- Well and Strong Since Columbus, N. M. Among them
J the Red Cross Society take. It is repeated lows the
: Taking Tanlac-Gained 18 were thirty-four men charged by
r I I in the workrooms of the society Hon. Frank Clark, Member of Con- HAD BEEN SHOT CAUSE District Attorney Crooker with mur- LIQUID FACE POWDER .
day and is good one to remember Pounds.
D. C.
gress, Washington, der.The and UM according to simple direcriona Impm.
: entire six hundred and thirty- Bent u noticed at once. Soothinc.ftefrethini. i ..
Sir Your of the 18th .
:- open letter SEIZED AMMUNITION AND RE- .
and Healt Sunburn Tan.
I "I pledge allegiance to flag, itopa
\ my
J. G. Roberts well known three members of the battalion, which
I' : has been received. It is a feeble attempt Capt. a
; to the Republic for which it stands. Pin*. Whit.RRJ.
One nation, indivisible, with Liberty on the part of a fakir to try to ferry pilot, and a familiar figure with came here four weeks ago to guard tic al'Dniaatt or iy mail jinct .

I I escape from the fire he started. You the bay fishermen and boatmen, living COMMAND-MARCHED DOWN Camp Logan during construction, were Sample (either color) for 2c.
and Justice for all. State,
I ; started this thing by attempting to incite i in Miami, Florida, speaks in a very STREETS SHOOTING INTO THE entrained by daybreak, and shortly afterward -
Lyon Mfg.Co.. 40 South Fifth St..
the train section bearing them BnwUn.N.Y.
an open rebellion among a set interesting and grateful manner of the
4 4 4 4 0 0000000 of good boys untrained in the rules benefits his wife obtained from the use HOMES OF WHITES. steamed westward without incident.

RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. m and regulations of military lifet of the celebrated medicine Tanlac. General Bell, in taking command at -

against a captain placed in commandof "My wife was in grave danger of a Camp Logan, said:
eD00000DODOOGD0000 HOUSTON Texas 24. Fifteen
$ Aug.
"I assume that the 34 members of Ask Your
I a military unit by competent au complete breakdown from months of persons were killed and a large Groce
thorities. suffering with a rundown system, that the Twenty-fourth infantry against
number of people wounded in lastnight's
nothing seemed to relieve. She was whom murder charges have been filed
I do not know whether
were when 150 s
you rioting,
negro regu- by the civil authorities will be tried
tired and wornout all the time and ,
deliberately conspiring against Amer- lars, members of the 24th infantry,
never felt like doing anything about for that offense. Harris county."
t ican interests, or whether you were became unruly, refused to obey the
4. willing to disrupt the militia of your the house. Her appetite failed and commands of their officers and shot up OTONEAtSCOFFEES

home state, merely because you she lost about twenty-five pounds and the town. Martial Law Lifted.

I thought you could further your candidacy was getting weaker every day. Ever The trouble started over the arrestof Houston, Aug. 26.-Martial law in

for governor. At any rate, it was since she came to Miami from Brooklyn a negro woman. A colored soldier Houston, enforced by the killing of

. l\\\ When a man or a boy goes to serve one or the other, and in either instanceit N. Y., last August, she just seem- protested and was also arrested. When seventeen persons during a raid on the

-1', his country it signifies an experience proves you to be a fakir, which ed to go down until I was alarmed the news of the soldier's arrest reached city Thursday night by negro soldiers

I + that will mean elevation and resolu- makes you unworthy of confidence. about her."That's. Camp Logan which has been guarded of the Twenty-fourth infantry, virtually -

1, tion to him all through life-The La- After trying to deceive the peopleof all passed now! She start- by negro troops, preparatory to ,, ended tonight. S a'r S
jJi ed Tanlac about two months
dies Home Journal Florida in general, and of Talla- taking the arrival of conscripts, who will go After a conference between Major ? .

hassee in particular, that you had succeeded ago and from the very beginning it into training there, the men became' Gen. George Bell, Jr., and Brig. Gen. II I

!\ BOX SURGICAL BANDAGES SHIP- in getting a special examining has built her up and is as well and ugly, seized ammunition from the reg- John A. Hulen, of the Texas National
she The Quinine That Does Not Affect
I board to examine my son, and after I strong as ever was. Her healthis imental supplies, and marched into Guard, it was announced that all saloons tIII Reid
t; I PED. fully restored and of Because of its tonic and laxative effect, .
every sign Lax
letter from Gen. Wood the into houses and other drinking places could
1 proved by a city, firing as they pro- TIVB BROMO QVINISK is better thin ordiaan I
that you maliciously falsified, you try that tired, listless feeling has left her, ceeded. re-open tomorrow morning. The actual Quinine and doc not cause ncrvousnm ior '
rll i Last week the local W. C. T. U. sent and her old time energy has come back hour when control ringing in bead. Remember the full name tad '
to squirm out of it and offer to debate Policemen were sent to quell the military ends look for the signature of & W. GROVE. JOc
a box containing 101 surgical ban- in full force. She does her own house will be .
10 o'clock. ,
with me whether I should be impeached disturbance and the soldiers fired into
\ dages, same to be used by the wounded and to half work now without a bit of trouble. While the chamber of has i
want the the
me pay expense police warning, killing commerce I r. ::: :
t: I I, soldiers of the allies. of circularizing the state. Tanlac sure does all that is claimed four of the city officers and woundedtwo expressed itself against the Eighth Illinois I COFFINS CASKETSAnd
for it and
recommend it
/ we all the I
I shall decline to debate this ques- others. infantry, a negro regiment, be- r
:! SIX THINGS YOU CAN DO FOR tion. First, I am responsible to the time.; Captain J. W. Mattes, a white officer ing brought here, when the other Illinois a full line of

.f YOUR COUNTRY. people, and they are satisfied with my Tanlac is sold by. leading druggistsof of the Second Illinois field artil- guardsmen come to occupy Undertakers' Supplies

; administration. If you were acting leading cities in the South; by D. lery, remonstrated with the troopersand Camp Logan, there has been no for- Automobile Hearse.

I You can help your country by increasing with an honest motive you would, after C. Cason in Starke; by Tomlinson- tried to induce them to go back to mal action taken to keep the negro sol-

i. conserving and preserving congress adjourns, go to the peopleby Maines Drug Company in Lake But- camp, and they shot and killed him, diers away. Nevertheless, scores of Always on hand. The best ser-

: t I the food supply that comes directly yourself and ask my impeachment ler; by the Hampton Pharmacy in afters mutilating his body until it telegrams from citizens are being sent vice at the lowest prices. Special

# under your contral. Ask your state at the next legislature, but you dare Hampton; by the Cash Drug Store in was unrecognizable.Martial to the Texas delegation in congress, attention to telegraph orders.

; .: agricultural college or your county superintendent (I I not-you know they would tear you to Lawtey; by the Weaver Drug Company law was declared in the cityat asking it to work towards diverting

I S: i of extension work for details pieces. in Raiford: by R. T. Taylor in once and white regulars put on the eighth regiment to some other lo- Registered Embalmer
I T; I Worthington and by C. A. Smith in cality.A .
Second, because only motive is guard. About half of the mutinous I
. your
I You can help your country by pay to have me draw a crowd for you to City.-Advertisement. negroes were arrested, but seventy es- member of the Twenty-fourth infantry DeWITT C. JONES

J ing at least one dollar for membership speak to, and then.you have the effrontery GERMANY NOT TO MAKE PEACE caped and are still at large. The cityis dressed in citizen's clothes, was Starke, Fla. '

f \ in the Red Cross and influencing one to ask he to help pay for you a PROPOSALS AT quiet today. taken into custody late today by a
h I other person to do the same. If youJ campaign document. I want to tell PRESENT TIME Most of the persons killed and member of his own race and turned

i' cannot do even this much, there are i you right now, that you must go to wounded in the rioting were citizens over to a policeman. Trespass cards for gala at this office ;,
.F 1 many other things you can do-sew I your corporation and law-breaking Present Conditions Make It Impossiblefor who were shot in their homes or as !

; etc. Ask nearest I Central Powers to Make Move. they walked the streets.
ing, knitting, your friends, who are running you for gov- along
Red Cross chapter about it)II ernor, to get your campaign expenses. I

'V You can help your country by practicing And when you begin your campaign COPENHAGEN, Aug. 29.-Ger- MADE IN ZINC ETCHINGSFLORIDA
and preaching thrift, in and you will have to debate with Ceph Wil many will make no fresh peace pro- COULD HARDLY

out of your home. If the waste in the son, Van Swearingen, Cary Hardee, I. posals, is the declaration of Dr. Mi-

20,000,000 households of America is I.. Farris, Ed. Lambright, Matthewsof chaelis, the German chancellor. HALF-TONES

eliminated, it 'would go far toward Lauderdale, Meigs of Duval and a More detailed reports received of STAND ALONETerrible Finest Grade. Lowest Prices.
solving the world's food problem. Ask few others. I said in my first interview the speech made by the chancellor be
A j Do Not Send Out Of Florida For This Work.
state for the
agricultural college
your that you were a cheap politician fore the main committee of the reichstag -
latest bulletins and statistics. They trying to gain some notoriety, and on Tuesday, concerning the peace From Headache Prompt service. Let us Submit Prices.
will interest and enlighten you. actions vindicated in Suffering ,
your me making proposals of the pope, make it apparent
You can help county by in- Sideache Backache and Weak TIMES-UNION ENGRAVING CO. Fla.
I your that charge. that Germany does not want to be Jacksonville

d \ creasing your efficiency, no matter I am glad that you were pushed into considered as suing for peace. new, Relieved by Cardoi, I
t where are or what are doing.
you you this controversy by your silly mans Quoting from an article in the Berlin This Texas
If activesenice Says Lady. --- --
f J you are now rendering an ger, for it has given the people an insight Vorwaerts, to the effect that responsibility I ----
to your country, the time may -
into your character. They know for the prolongation of

1 i soon come when you will be needed. that you went out of your way in an the war rests upon the Allies, and that Gonzales, TeL- Mrs. Minnie Phil- = Used for
to render the Years
,) Prepare of yourself which highestservice effort to besmirch the reputation oi{ Germany is only defending herself, the pot, of this place, writes: "Five years Twenty
You you are my son; they know about your close : chancellor said: ago I was taken with a pain In my Always has given satisfaction. Red Cross Liver
I can help your country by being friendship for that man Russell, whom "I think this is the general feelingof y1 Medicine is one of the dependable old-time reme
left side. It was right under xny dies. All South
constructive in word, thought and indeed over the it hoe relieved sufferer% uDDllIo.
left of in Wash our people. It is in such situation
you your post duty a ......
t t ; by avoiding criticism: by go left rib. It would commence with an Liver Cn/uplnlat
o ington to defend when you knew he as this that I now submit to you the DUI".. Colic Khrumatir I'alua
ing about your daily life with a new aching and extend up into my left ii Coatlveaeaa Sick llrnilm-br.
4 was guilty of outraging young girlsunder peace proposal contained in the pope'snote. aMflr
consecration to duty. Real patriotism shoulder and down iato back. D7.pep.la Sour Mouiach
on my
15 years of age. It is you who The contents of the note, I be
c I begins in the heart. If you are patriotic must defend your own official and private lieve, are known to all of you. By that time the pain would be BO Red Cross Liver Medicir.o

within, the outward expressionwill acts, and I am inclined to thinkthat "The fundamental ideas advanced i in severe I would have to take to bed, "IllNSUllyatlnu Purely form vegetable: does not si"Vn. P-U in pnw'-r
take care of itself. ; may be used dry or easily made Into imu.o.
You can help country by being when Fred Cone, Jim Hodges or the note correspond with the position and suffered usually about three days y PRKE ZS' The KrnulaeRed Cro.Liver Me your
I M actively affiliated with at least of Senator Adkins gets through puncturing which the pope takes up in accordance ...I suffered this way for three years, CASH 11KOS DRUG ('0., Inc.. JsiL&oaiUc. 1'la.
the women's that one your political hide in the next congressional .l I with his personality and his charge as and got to be a mere skeleton and was 1AQ10" w "" 25 Cent a h.i. at drnfncUU and ID general itorrm,
i organizations are campaign, you won't dareexpose head of the Catholic Christendom. The so weak I could hardly stand alone. or postpaid from the manufacturer.
work. All such
doing war organizations
it in the gubernatorial race. pope places on the foreground his conviction Was not able to go anywhere and had
: co-ordinated under the statechairman
I are In conclusion, let me tell you, that that the moral force of right to let my house work go...I suffered _.
the Woman's -- -------- --- -
appointed by the only debate that I will promiseyou should replace the material force of awful with a pain in my back and I ------ --
t 't Advisory committee of the Council oJ had the headache all the time.
I Just
Frank Clark, is, that if you everinterfere arms. On this foundation he developshis Jt
National Defrense. Ask your nearestwomen's was unable to do a thing. My Ufa ESTABLISHED 1886 .
i with of chil proposals for arbitration
me or and dis-
1 J i club for full information. any my was a. misery my stomach got In an : J. R. DAVIS & COMPANY
dren meddle with armament.
any more, or my
By doing any or all of these things awful condition caused from taking :.
woman can serve her country business again, that I will give you "I cannot take up any definite position so much medicine. I suffered so much INSURANCEFire
I every
well. the same debate Gov. Jennings gave regarding the material tenor of pain. I had Just about given up all :
:r you when you interfered with him. It the proposals or go into any detailsoncernin hopes of our getting anything to help : Tornado, Accident. Liability. Plate Claiu. Steam Boiler. Burglary Bond

is said that you and he met in the cor them until an agreementis I. STARKE, FLORIDA ,
ridor of a hotel, you had a hickory reached with our allies." day a Birthday Almanac '\Vas.
I I stick with which to give him a beating thrown in my yard. After readingits

Our great excess of food has led us when he twisted your stick out testimonials I decided to try Car-
t. of CALOMEL SALIVATES dui, and am so thankful that I did UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I
; to habits extravagance and to the of your hand and gave you the worst STATE COLLEGE for WOMEN
for I began to
Improve when the
I 1 setting up of ordinary eating standards walloping you ever had. It is said AND MAKES YOU SICK second bottle...! am now a on well GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEEHigh ,

i f that have led to the use by the among the wise that you have nevertroubled woman and feeling fine and the cure Moral, Intellectual Standards College of the Highest Rank '

I i average individual of from 25 to 40 Gov. Jennings any more. If Acts Like Dynamite has been permanent for it has been Liberal Arts, Law, Agriculture, Engineering Liberal Arts, Education, Music, Expression
I on a
; per cent more food than the body actually the need ever comes I will give you a Sluggish two years since my awful bad health. Education, Graduate School. Physical Education, Art,
. I! I requires to keep it in good physical debate a la Jennings via the hickory Liver and You Losea I will always praise and recommend Send for Catalogue 1 and Views Home Economics

condition. We, then, must urge stick plan. Day's Work.There's CarduL" Try Cardul today E 78 Write for Catalogue and Views
A. A.
r upon the American people a readjustment A hint to the wise is sufficient, andso MURPHREE EDW. CONRADI,
to ----
of their eating habits in orderto & . . o President.
far President
as I am concerned, this incidentis I
} bring about a conservation of food closed. no reason why a person .

l and an elimination of waste, not with should take sickening, salivating calomel 0 STARKE 0

t the idea of saving money-for there Respectfully, when 50 cents buys a large bottleof 0 FRATERNAL DIRECTORY ozaoizoaoi o 10X301 r IOE30I 30000 .

1 will be plenty of money and business (Signed) S. J. CATTS. Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect ---- <8> D D

..f' in the United States-but to conserve substitute for calomel.It 0 F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No.
I food so that we may provide it for our Looking for Virtues. is a pleasant, vegetable liquid 0 35. Meets every second and <8>
i I Allies. which will start liver just 0 fourth Monday nights. <8> II
When you have a mind to divert your as surely Stability
'; 1 Let the American woman stop, >before your fancy, consider the good qualities as calomel, but it doesn't make you o II l

.' anything is thrown away, and let of your acquaintances; as the enterprising sick and can not salivate. 0 I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10.

her ask herself, "Can it be used in my vigor of this man the modestyof Children and grown up folks can 0 Meets every Tuesday night. $

t I home, in some other home, or in the e another, the liberality of a third, take Dodson's Liver Tone, because it 0 00 .

production of further food supply by and so.on. For there is nothing so e n- is perfectly harmless. 0 M. W. of A., Starke Camp. & D "

I food feeding tLet it to animals used also for tertaining as a lively image of the virtues Calomel is a dangerous drug. It I is E Meets every nights.first and third Wednesday o e It is not easy to find short-termed investments O ,"
and attacks
mercury bones. Takea
exhibited in the character of your
I her order her meals so that dose of e II that :
those we converse with, occurring as nasty calomel today and you combine the reasonable profit
there will be plenty-for there is plen numerously as possible. Let this, therefore will feel weak, sick, and nauseated to D W. 0. W., All Friends Camp '

; ty-but not too much. The intelligentwoman be always at hand.-Marcus Au- morrow. Don't lose a day's work. 0 No. 138. Meets every second and $ and absolute safety of Time Deposits. '

!1, of America must make a proper rellus Antoninus. Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver fourth Friday nights. SQ>
study of food ratios, so that the Tone 0
11 instead and will
if t I most nutritious foods will appear in feeling great. No you more biliousness wake up, 0 Union Chapel Camp, No. 536, 0 o Time Deposits issued by this Institution a .
their proportion the home Diplomacy In the Home. 0 meet first and third Friday .
I. proper on constipation, sluggishness headache every for 3 O
0 o and
I Every now and then wife of
I! table. urget coated tongue or sour stomach. Youi 0 nights at Union Chapel. J. A. Ellington amounts $1.00 up-
t Four o'clock teas and late supper husband to buy some new clothes fut or druggist if don't O Clerk, R. No. 1, Starke. <& wards yield 4
says find Dod
you ,
I may be all right in time of peace, b himself, but if he is a pretty good son's Liver Tone acts better than horrible e > per cent interest. 0
there is no occasion for adding to the talker he can get out of It without calomel 0 Visiting brothers are cordially

burden already this so great upon our food making her mad.-Port Worth Star. for you. your money is(12 waiting-4%) E. invited to attend these meetings. : II Our Officers will gladly supply full details
f supply by traditional strain. In

t t the aggregate the amount of food consumed upon a multiplicity of comparativelyminor 00000000OD 00 D on request. Call or write to day. 0 0n .

I t for refreshments at parties, acts by a large group of people. Three of a Kind. ,

f f dances etc., is very great. Certainlywe The American woman and the American The loafer, the kicker and the Muff Whenever You Need a General Tonic 0'i

t should be willing to give up such home can, by voluntary act and cr are three of a kind, and the breed if Take Grove's. i'n

indulgences for the great cause in by thrift, by good will and by patriotic not conducive to the welfare of any The Old Standard Grave's Tasteless Bank of Starke '

j which we are engaged. The same thing devotion bring to a successful endthe community.--E gl... Pns!Q ;news-Gutd a chill Tonic It equally valuable M a llII

applies to the eating of meals at unusual greatest national task that has ever General Tonic beCause it contains the Starke II

hours by those who are not engaged been accepted by the American people. More MctamorphoaJa, well known tonic properties of QUININE Fla. ;
in Man wed to have and IRON. It acts on the Liver,Drives o>> 1
productive labor. .-Adapted from the Pictorial Re a hobby. Now If 1
Great world decisions may follow view. he has a hobby, it Is a bug. out Builds Malaria Enriches the Blood and 0 ) :
up the Whole System. 60 ants "
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1917. ,
-- -
. '
-- SEND DRAFTED NEGROES OUT Starke. Florida on the date above mentionedfor the 21st day of August A. D. 1917.
: an order to cell at private sale. the following W. T. WEEKS.
;. OF STATE AHEAD OF WHITES EXCLUSIVE NEWS described real estate belonring to the (Seal) Clerk
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. estate of V. L. Alvarez deceased. and above By R. A. WEEKS.
g named minor heirs said land lying and beingin 8-24-61. Deputy Clerk.
:, Governor and Major Anderson Makes the County of Bradford and State of Florida .

: Request of Provost Marshal. PHOTO SERVICE Lou. to-wit 1. 2.: 3. 4 ?. 10, 11. 12. of Block Four TOWN TAX NOTICE.
Ne Notice is hereby given that the described
following -
State sl and lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 9. 10. 11. 12. of block Three
[Live lands will be sold at Public Auction
all of said lots being ia J. G. Alvarez's addition -
TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 2i.-In viewof to Town of Starke Florida. Also the following on the First Monday in September. 1917 it
being the 3rd day of said month at Starke
described land to-wit: Bel'in.t south
recent race trouble with negroes in in the County of Bradford. State of Florida
west corner of Lafayette Adams streets
Told by Our Exchange. Texas, Governor Catts and Maj. Ed- in the Town of Starke. Florida and run or so much thereof as will be necessary to
the amount due for herein
ward Anderson, head of the selective southerly along the weat side of Adams street pay the same together with the cost st opposite of

draft in Florida, have wired to the authorities picture often tells a story in less 210 the same feet for direction a point 265 of feet beginning.W lands thence of S. A.in such sale and advertisingMrs.

;''j drawn in Washington asking that than; half a second that could not be L. Ry.. thence North 83 degrees west, 425 Came Mills-Lou 2 4 6 and rational
) BEACH.-Hon. Jerome E.I and was being rapidly up lots A and B. Blk 35, Johns add to
PALM feet to east line of Tompsett land thence
the drafted negroes of Florida be sent told in thousands of words of descriptive Starke-$17.40.
moved fast and
into the
of Palm Beach coun- They North on East line of said land 379 feet to
Wideman, judge free out two days ahead of the white men writing.The south line of J. G. Alvarez's addition to SILAS KITE.
for mile grand
they a
American. He has resigned over a gave 8-3-ot Marshal and Collector.\
; ty, is a true and that a picked sheriff be placed on FLORIDA TIMES-UNION, desiring Starke thence easterly on said South line of
the show and almost everybody had reserved '
from the bench to answer a J. G. Alvarez's addition and parallel to Lafayette -
; each train of with authorityto to its readers the best illustrated TOWN TAX NOTIC&
negroes, give -
He is seat. After a few minutes dur- street 557 feet. or thereabouts to pointof
: his country. a young Notice is hereby that
of given the following
call of the various obtain containing three and sixty-one
deputize corporals service possible to -
drafted but could easily ation the spouts struck shallow wa- news described lands will be sold at Public Auction
and was hundreds less said land being
more or
man squads of to keep them receive from Underwood & Un- acres on the First Monday in September.
1917. it
and the show negroes ,
exempted as he is a county ter and broke up was situated in the Southwest Quarter of the South
been being the 3rd day of said month
have To of the land lubbers it "straight" As Provost MarshalGeneral derwood, of New York, daily latest west Quarter of Section 28. Township 6. South at Lawtey.
he preferred to answer to over. many in the County o! Bradford. State of Florida
:. officer, but Range 22 East and bounded on the north by
Crowder has asked for of
their first sight of waterspoutand suggestions photographs nearly every subject or so much thereof as will be necessary to
was a J. G. Alvarez's addition to Starke. on the East
the calLMONTBROOK. from the of the states, about which people talk think or pay the amount due for taxes herein set _pposite .
quite a few had an idea that they governors by the West side of Adams street if extended. the together with the of -
;t something unknown Lake and as details of the draft are being write. From these photographs are on the South by lands of S. A. L. Ry.. and on such sale and same advertising. cost
::1 .-A dummy engine were Okeechobee, but the fishermen say left largely to those who know local promptly made liberal size half tonesin the Tompsett West lands.by land better known as the Geo. Major Bell-That portion of Block :6. East

# used to haul rock from the mines to the big conditions best, this request from the Times-Union's own engraving MRS. J. F. SIEGEL. Lawtey. fronting 100 ft on Starke and
they are a common sight on I Lawtey road. 25 5 22 I2.4S.
the crusher operated by Capt. W. E. lake in summer time. Florida will likely be granted, it is be- plant, and published in the news columns Guardian for.Vaseoe D. Alvarez and CalistaAlvarez. Green In in-Lot 14, Ott's subdivision East

Bell at Montbrook, jumped the track I lieved here.KAISER of the TimesUnion.This A. V. LONG and E. M. JOHNS Lawtey. 23 1Z $1.30.
I C. H. Kettllllock 50 in East Lawtey.
I" londay, and a negro woman who was is an exclusive service for the Attorneys for Guardian. 8-17-St. I 28 6 22 $4.30

riding on the engine was fatally scald- MIAMI.-Contracts for the comple-- URGES TROOPS TO BEND Times-Union, no other newspaper in R. F. Martin-Diagonal lot 7 and SU acres
escaping steam, dying soon af tion of the Miami and South River this has the similar NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I in See. 26. Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E. ia Iowa ofLswtey
ed by EVERY EFFORT TO WHIP ALLIES i territory same or UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. 26 5 S2 14.45.
ter. A colored boy was also seriously ranals from the Atlantic ocean to Lake service. Many of the pictures pertain LAWS OF FLORIDA. James Robinson-Blocks 46 and 49. East Law.

injured, but will recover. The derailment Okeechobee, have been let by the trus- to the war. Thousands of peo- Notice Is hereby given that B. E. Hall pur- tey 26 5 22 $1.80.
internal fundit COPENHAGEN chaser of Tax Certificate No. 180 dated the Mrs. !t. Padgett-Block 9. East Uwtey
. caused by spreading rails. tees of the Improvement Aug. 28.England these from the
was ple cutting pictures
are Sth day of July. A. D. 1915. has filed said eer- 23 5 22 $4.30
was announced Friday. These con- the arch enemy of Germany, Times-Union and pasting them in the tificate in my office and has made applicationfor Marion Sanu-Blocks 41 and 45. Ea.t Lav.
tracts are for the removad of from must be beaten down at whatever cost, tax deed to issue in accordance with law. tey 26 11.80. .
KEY WEST.-A fight occurred on I scrap book. Said certificate embraces the following described L. L. SAPP.
and while
seven to eight million feet of rock Emperor William told his troops
street Saturday night between The subscription rate for the Flor- property situated in Bradford county. Florida 8-3-St Marshal and CelWctor.
Duval weeks visit to the Flanders front. An
Some on
amount to $2,000,000. a to-wit:
Police Cleveland Elwood ida Times-Union is $7.50 per year, or
Captain of contracts were awarded for the official statement issued in Berlin says Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter. of
and Policeman Rolland Curry. The $1.90 for three months.If See. 25. Tp. 7. S. R. 21 E.. 40 acres. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
completion of this canal as far as the the Emperor addressed deputationsfrom UNDER SECTION II OF CHAPTER UsS.
It is $2.50 is forwarded promptly, the The said land being assessed at the date of .
beaten. -
latter was badly supposed junction of the Miami canal with the all detachments which have had the issuance of such certificate ia the name LAWS OF FLORIDA.
out of Times-Union will be mailed to any ad- Notice is hereby given that G. P. Dover
that the fight grew an argu- of N. P. Cauthen. Unless said certificate shallbe
the share in the British
South New River canal but meeting attacks.
con- a
dress the order is purchaser of tax certificate No. 82. dated the
The whole affair 'I from the day received redeemed according to law tax deed will
ment over politics. tracts announced provide for the com- I He said he felt impelled to express Do not issue thereon on the 10th day of Sept. A. 3rd day of August. A. D. 1914. has Died sai until 1 1918.
will be aired in the police court and January certificate in my office and has made application -
the work from this junctionto his thanks and his full recognition of
pletion of
I D. 1917.
removed delay, subscribe today.-Adv. for tax deed to Hue in accordance with
both men, it is likely, will be heroic shown Witness official signature and teal this
Lake Okeechobee, and assure the the gallantry by troops my law. Said certificate embraces the following
from the force. I the 9th day of July A. D. 1917. described property situated in Bradford coun
which from all of in the hard
drainage of a large territory, parts Germany W. T. WEEKS ty. Florida. to-wit;
heretofore has had no outlet. Plans fighting of the last week. The Em- What is LAX-FOS Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County Fla. SWU of SWJ4. See. 10. Tp. C. S. R. 1$

. OCALA.-Two Montbrook farmers are being perfected to let contracts for peror referred to the marked centrist By R. A. WEEKS. E. 40 acres. The said being nueeeJ at In*
8-10-ot (SEAL) Deputy Clerk. date of issuance of luch
W.fOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA eertifiacet in the name
and stockraisers the other day sold a the construction of three more locks between the German and Anglo- of Unknown

bunch of beef cattle off the range for and dams, to be located at the head of French points of view and continued: A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Catharticand ADMINISTRATOR'S son *T FINAL Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark, SETTLEMENT. according to law tax deed ,.,\\1 Issue thereon
intermediate "It is in God's hands when in His
the West Palm Beach canal and at -
fattening for the neat sum $6,000.A Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8. on the 10th day of SepUmber. A. D. 1917.
few days before one of the old points'of the South New wisdom He will give us victory. He Root,May Apple Root,Senna Leaves and 1917 I will present to the County Judge of Witness my official signature and Mat this
cracker farmers and range cattle men, River canals. Of the three locks on has taught our army a hard lesson and Pepsin. Combines strength withpala- Bradford County Florida my final account the 27th; day of July. A. D. 191.
deceased W. T. WEEKS.
and vouchers of the estate of Calvin MOtt. -
away back in the woods between Mor- which work has been under way for now we are going to pass the examina- table aromatic taste. Does not gripe. 50c and apply for the approval of same I SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court.

riston and Cedar Keys, sold a herd of the past year, two have been completed tion. With the old German confidencein -- and for my final discharge as such admin ltra. By R. A. WEEKS.
and the third is two-thirds finished. God we shall show what do. 83t Deputy Clerk.
head of range cattle for about we can tor.Dated
A. D.
1,000 Read the Bradford County Tele- this the 30tb day of March.
$20 per head. This cattle baron has Engineer Fred C. Elliott announcedthat The greater and mightier the problemthe 1917. MAYORS PROCLAMATION.

10,000 head of Florida range cattle, since the bonds were sold and more gladly we shall grapple withit grnph-the home paper. A. Z. ADKINS. I. Joe Hill Williams. Mayor of the Town of
Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott. de-
roaming the woods of western Levy funds for the Everglades drainage and solve it. We shall fight and V-- _ ceased. Starke. Fla S-30-fcno. Starke Florida by virtue of ti* aui",>nty
vested in me by law. no MI'e1IY cai! an iirc-
county. It is not hard to figure him work have been'available operationsin conquer until the enemy has had tion to be held at the TOWN U.\I.:". ia the

worth some money when range cattle the district have been steadily pro- enough of these struggles. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED a'oretaid town hy the -luiui'l-d vUr tilt,.-
gressing. "All Germans have realized who is H' UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 i... on Tuesday tie rth .!jy 01 .{. t.t"lr.
in the woods are bringing around $20a LAWS OF FLORIDA. l! 17. for the parrxve of e'cetiigh.f fuiYfcing
head and hard to get at that. the instigator of this war and who is Notice is hereby given tnat Louis H. Hill officers:
the chief enemy-England. Everyone I purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 54. dated the One Mayor.
MAYO-It remained for Uncle Dick knows is A 5th day of July A. D. 1915. has filed said certificate One Clerk.
England most spiteful
our in office and has made One MArshal and Collector.
my applicationfor
GAINESVILLE.-News was, received Goodbred to get up the proof that way adversary. She spreads the hatred of i tax deed to issue in accordance with law Two Aldermen.

lin this city Saturday of the tragic back yonder in the dim ages a few Germany over the whole world, filling R Said certificate embraces the following described One Assessor.
Inspectors of said election. 1. L. Peek. T.
that there property situated in Bradford county
which occurred thousand or more ago
death of M. D. Beal years
her allies with hatred and eagernessto Florida to-wit: P. Shaffer and T. N. Kendrick.In .
about one and a half miles from Lake must have been some sure enough fight. Thus every one at home Lots 5. 6. 9. 10. 11 and 12 in Woodlawn.See. testimony whereof. I hereunto subscribe
Saturday night. It is said hunting for the prehistoric gentlemenwho HARDWAREW 13. Tp. 5. S. R. 22 E.. 60 acres. The said my name and cause the seal of the said town
knows what
City on know still better that .
While he you land being assessed at the date of the issuanceof to be hereunto affixed this 8th day of August -
that Beal was delivering goods for a resided in this section. England is particularly the enemy to such certificate in the name of Unknown. IH 7.

merchant in Lake City, and the auto- was prospecting down in the Steen- be struck down however difficult it Unless said certificate shall be redeemed JOE HILL WILLIAMS.
Uncle Dick unearthed according to law. tax deed will issue thereonon Mayor of Town of Starkr.
mobile he was driving turned turtle, hatchie territory may be. Your relatives at home who, W the 3rd day of September, A. D. 1917. (SEAL 8-10-41.

and as it went over his head was the. remains of a gigantic Dinoth- too, have made sacrifices, thank you Witness my official signature and seal this
caught under the windshield and his erium or some other kind of a "ther- the 25th day of July A. D. 1917.
neck broken, killing him instantly. An- ium" that had been resting there so "A difficult struggle lies ahead of us. A (Seal Clerk. Under Section 8. .f Ckasur 4SS8.

other man who was with him escaped long that the teeth were petrified. I England, proud of her stubborn resistance By R. A. WEEKS. LAWS OF FLORIDA.
7-27-5t Deputy Clerk. Hereby notice is given that G. W. Alderman
teeth of
unhurt. The dead man was the son What appeared to be two jaw believes in her invincibility, R ruxhaser of tax sale certificate numbered respectively

of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beal of Mica- this mastodonic creature weighed closeto but will show that can attain I 92 and 109. Issued by the Trx Cutli .
you you
pounds and the rib bones NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED nopy, and his mother attended the fun- twenty still greater things, for the prize of UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 ,,'d certificates being dated July 5th. A. D.
eral which was held in Lake City Mon- measured six inches across, while the the war is the German people's free- E LAWS OF FLORIDA. 1515.. has filed said evrLficatea in my oTic aid
knuckle bones of one of the animal's Hereby notice is given that Louis H. Hill. !. .. trade application .'or tax .eed t> IMJC in
day. live-freedom and free-
dom to at sea purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered kttoidapce with law. The stid eertiCeat
I legs would hardly go into half a bushel dom at home. With God's help we respectively 64 and 65 issued by the Tax Collector respectively embrace the following land in
measure. Judging the size of this shall the and be C. Jones for Bradford County. Florida each of Bradford county. Florida. assessed at the date
A. see struggle through
OCALA.-A few days ago, Mr. monster from the bones, the prehistoric said certificates being dated the 3rd day of of the issuance of such certificate in the
B. Moore, of Anthony, a contractor, victorious." August, A. D. 1914. has filed said certificate names respectively hereinafter particularly set
hunters who went out after big in my office, and has made application for forth. to-wit:
well known in this city, where he has in this country certainly had fine i Starke Florida tax deed to issue in accordance with law. Certificate No. 92 embraces 2 A in Northwest
done much work, was in Jacksonville, game themselves and SUGAR TO BE LOWER IN PRICE; 'Jhe said certificates respectively embrace I Quarter of Southwest Quarter E of Main stand
number of friends all their opportunity to satisfy WHOLESALERS SMALL PROFIT the following lands in Bradfnrl O'lDl', r:'or* I N. of B. M. Leverett A Co. W of Ry. or
with on 1
a clubs and half doz- ida sod at the date of the issuan ot blk S.
to use their war a auf cud M. See. 28. Tp. 6. R. 19 E., 2 acre*.
way to Columbia, S. C., to work in the I other kinds of clubs in bringingone + + + + + + + + + + + + + cert-fcute* it' the names respectir-'y herein assessed S. R. Estep t Co
cantonment at that place. To securea en + LEGAL NOTICES 4 after particularly set forth to-wit: Certificate No. 109 embrace Lot I and 2
of these "big boys" down and Action of Beet Sugar Producers Will Certificate No. 64 embraces lot 4 in Ott's of blk 37 in Worthington. assessed Unknown.
lower rate, they bought their tick- ready to take in to camp. Mr. Good- Probably Affect Cane Sugar. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + sub division of East Lawtey. assessed Wra. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed
ets in a bunch, :Mr. Moore making the i NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE. Williams. according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon
bred has the teeth and bones on display Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day Certificate No. 65 embraces lot 7 in Ott's the 17th day of September. A. D. 1917.
, purchase. Almost immediately after- at the Ware Drug Store, and intends WASHINGTON 28.-An I of September, A. D. 1917, I, the undersignedas sub-division of East Lawtey assessed DavidM. Witness my official signature and seal this
ward, Mr. Moore was arrested as a further search aroundin Aug. Guardian for Vascoe D. Alvarez and Cahsla Smit'L 9th day of August, A. D. 1917.
officer. He and most of his to make a agreement by the country's beet sugar D. Alvarez. minor heirs of the estate of V. L. tJnItcaid' certificates shall b! redeemed W. T. WEEKS.
recruiting the neighborhood of which he made producers to limit the price of their Alvarez deceased will apply to the Honorable according to law. tax deed will issue thereonon (SEAL) Clerk.
T friends, however, were well known to this find to see if he cannot locate a George A. Gardiner County Judgof Bradford the 1st day of October. A. D. 1917. By R. A. WEEKS.
Mayor Martin of Jacksonville, and product so as to effect a reduction of County. Florida. in probate. at his office in Witness my official signature and seal this 8-10-6t Deputy Clerk.
skeleton of one of these pre-
about and one-half cents
through Mr. Martin's influence he was one a poundin

. released on $3,000 bond. He is to have historic animals. the present price of sugar was an-

a hearing in the Duval court of rec nounced by the food administration, I
DOLPH RICHARD SERIOUSLY with a notice to the public that this

ord. STABBED BY UNKNOWN PARTY should mean a saving of $30,000,000

. between now and the fist of next year. N. T. RITCH, Pre. W. T Week.JVice-Pr. J. H. RITCH, Cashier

.i WEST PALM BEACH.-Kid Lowe, It was also announced that wholesalegrocf'rs 1
the bandit who assisted John Ashley R. R. Richard, residing at 1201 W. had agreed to limit distribut-

1 in the Stuart bank robbery two years, Court street, was brought to the office ting charges to prevent exorbitant

ago is captured and is in jail in Ala- of Dr. J. H. Colson at 12 o'clock Sat- charges.In Bradford Bank

. bama, according to a wire received by urday night by R. T. Schafer, the the near future the administration County
Kid North Gainesville baker. Richard had I
Sheriff Bob Baker Saturday night. will state the price at which ,
Lowe is the robber who either intentionally three ugly knife wounds in his back wholesale should be deliveredat
Ash- and two other lesser cuts, and was sugar
or accidentally shot John I. large consuming centers. The beet 1 a

ley while in the automobile as the very much weakened from loss of sugar price fixed is the equivalent of j Bradford County's Financial Stronghold.Condensed .
dressed the wounds
wound- blood. Dr. Colson ,
was making its get-away 1
$7.25 cane sugar basis f. o. b. seaport
- ing him so severely that he was unableto taking several stitches in each one. refining .
resist capture. Lowe made his escape Mr. Richard was in North Gaines is the intention of the food admin- j, statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank

but the sheriff's office has been ville when the affair happened, but he certain
: working quietly on the case, placing I. does not give any explanation of the which will to effectually adopt assure measures that the I at close of business June 20th 1917.

the description of the bandit in the trouble, saying that he did not know price agreed upon shall not be exceeded .

-: hands of practically every officer in who cut him, but that there were sev- the
during coming even
'' the country. When Lowe will be eral persons on him. It is not thoughtthe imported sugar and it is hoped thatas RESOURCES LIABILITIES -

-. brought to Palm Beach county for wounds will prove fatal as they
the Cuban is availablethe
; trial has not been given out. did not reach any vital spot, althoughone soon price as will be less crop than $7.25. Loans and Discounts 155747.45 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00

knife thrust near the backbone Bradford County School Warrants 16199.40 Surplus fund 10,000.00

PLANT CITY.-J. B. Raulerson, of went There deep is enough.a mystery about the affair 0 . . Town of Starke Bonds 2,000,00 Undivided profits, less expenses paid 7,965.85

day Dover morning, was brought to secure to this relief city from Thurs-effects which will probably remain unexplain- .ii,. TRAIN SCHEDULE. <* Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 I 1 1 Cashier's checks outstanding 1 1,158.92 I

, of a spider bite. Mr. Raulerson ed.-Gainesville Sun.PLENTY All other Real Estate owned 5861.50 Deposits 247,134.23

; was bitten on the back early in the New time table went into effect 4> Over-drafts secured and unsecured 572.08

morning, and was suffering excruciating OF PROOF 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917,
,. pain when he reached the physi (;' trains will run as follows: & Cash on hand and in Banks 89,764.73

cian. Dr. J. C. Knight, who admin-
istered relief stated there was not the From People You Know-From Starke & Jacksonville to Tampa. <$> TOTAL $291,259.00 TOTAL $291,259.00

least evidence of 'a prick or wound, Citizens. $ No.3________________10:55a.m. <>

where the insect injected its poison but $ No. 1_______________11:14 p. m. <8S >
the effect was very painful. Mr. Raul- The greatest skeptic can hardly fail < > No. 15 "Floridian"2:37 p. m. Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transaction

erson remained here until about noon to be convinced by evidence like this. <$> <$>
offered Absolute safety perfect
when the poison had practically pass- It is impossible to produce better ,$ Jacksonville to Cedar Key. I of business is by us. ,

ed out of his system. lie describedthe proof of merit than the testimony of 6> No. 21_______________ 4:50p.m. <> prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank.

who '$
spider as black with a red spot on residents of Starke, people can

:. its back. This was the third such case l>e seen at any time. Read the following ,$ Tampa to Jacksonville. Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of our

;, reported in this section within the past case of it: <& No. 4_______________ 3:26 p. m.

; two months. A white woman is said Hansford Austin, farmer, Starke, > No. 2_______________ 4:51: a. m. best attention at all times.Bradford .

, to have been rendered insane for a says: "I was having trouble from my > No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54: p. m. Q

: time from the bite of a spider, and a I back all the time and Doan's Kidney $ $ I

child was iu a serious condition for Pills cured me. Others of the family $ Cedar Key to Jacksonville.

, used this medicine with <8> No. 20______________ 9:18 a. m. *
several days from a similar attack. have also $ Bank

;:: good" results. I am glad to endorseit. .0 Starke and Wannee. County

_ MOORE HAVEN.-The citizens of Don'tsimply 0 (Daily Except Sunday) *
Price 60 cents at all
Moore Haven and particularly those
living along the shore of Lake Okee- ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's .$ No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45: p. m. Stronghold.

I J- chobee, saw a sight on Sunday afternoon Kidney Pills-the same that Bradford County's Financial
; Co.
in cured Mr. Austin. Foster-Milburn T. J. GRIFFIN,
! last that they will not forget a
i'i hurry. Two big waterspouts formed Props., Buffalo, N. Y. (40)) Agent. 4 4 Starke florida.wLftntruLftftnftftruwuuuwulLn

out in the big lake several miles from .

r- shore and moved at a rapid rate in a To Cure a Cold la Oat Day. 44 4' 44,4 . .

westerly direction. They formed in Tabs IAIATTV*MOM0 QuJI M. It Hot the
aa4 work 08 tile Cold. Tell it to the Telegraph and tell
the clouds and dropped down and soon Comb and Head *** you
Druggist refund money if it fails to core. Adv rtiae.
the-base was one swirling mass of water- K. W. OROVB'S signature on each boa.-3Oc:. everybody. -



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mans ought to exist in the world." She imbecility now occuping the chair of abrogated. Martha Wilkenon" _.._.._______. I 00 Jm U....."' _ilnM .. 7
t t Bradford' County Telegraph winds thus: chief executive of Florida. \Ian Actually Dependent Affie Scott ..........__...__......... :.M (;ft>. A. Gardtn,, tn Vlillb Britt "
up ,. ) Isaac: Clark __..___.._............. :.00 W. J. Epprnon oo _...__.. ,," aM .
"You know now why we wished this "But what's the use ? When you 'fhe attention of this office has Leonard Altman ..____.________. :,00 M. Cameron WIIIMM V"" 111trAr .;

I Published war. Is it not shameful that other get that stick, Sidney, you can easily I been invited to the fact that, in a few S'eitmant Children ___._____._____. 4 04 >rdlnr tale C n. Clark ..
Weekly, and entered u sec Ljvin Higginbotham ................. 2.1\0< w. J. Et>(wnon du. '" *84Wilj.
locate certifiedto 0'
who have ends boards have-
nations existence This letter writ instances local
It. no right to : me. the I I _______.___ **
ond clan matter at the post-office at lames I'arrwh .__._.. :.00 Kite witness ... .. .. !
: on the earth, wish to diminishour ing." district boards as held for military Catharine Hampton ....._______.__ 2 00 Jim LirxWy do .__U.'U_, I'4t
Starke Florida. heritage? We are the divine fruit service men whose families are actually Addie Silent ...___._..._.............. 2.50 (eo. A. Ganimer t. Hannah Harris .____._..___.__._._.. :.50 J. M. Kutrrn const d-> "0
: and the others are only weeds. Thatis POPE'S PEACE OVERTURES dependent upon them for supporton Clara Sparkman .___.____..._._____... 2,50 Gpo. A. dardmer.. U Smith- ......:: aa
; I E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner why our great emperor has decidedto TURNED DOWN BY WILSON the theory that the wife is able to Alice Bryant .._____________._______ 2.50 V v. J. E|>|*r nn do 0".. .. ......
Julia Lee ______________._._...________ :.50 Sil ui Kite wtn.ais .._.. __- _
;.t H. E. LAGERGREN. Associate Editor put an end to all these injustices, work and should be put to the necessity Bristol Rice ___-__n________._______ :.111) h' 1...
I : and to extirpate the weeds. Dou you (Continued From Page 1.) of going to work to support her- Silaa Scott ______________n_._______ l.Srt Total --'-'- --
I understand that ?" self and children. This situation is Laura Wilkinson ______________._.._. 4.00Henry 0"h.....
I" now Pope __________.______-_____ 2.50
In New York they bet on pretty much This girl's father is a state councilor domination of its but it is : addressed in the following opinion of Ella Folkes ______._____._____________ S.Ort CLERK'S REPORT.
t t everything. Just now they are betting of architecture and that she is saturated purpose; the district board of New York city, J. I. Manning ______-__________________ 2.50 Starke. Fla .
t our business to see to it that the his A. W. Middleton _.__________________ 2.111D. of the clerk of the Anc lItIR"oOrt -
;- \ at odds of 7 to 1 that the young men with "kultur" is easy to see. The tory of the rest of the world is no lon in which opinion this office concurs, W. Black children ________________ 3.00 and for Bradford Courty Florida circuit toart ta
I i who are being drafted into the army air of superiority she assumes when : with the understanding that the 'I of taxes m>*wwj for the 19H en

f: i. will never be sent to France, the belief she explains things to her benighted ger left deal to its with handling."To such a .power by way phrase 'support available from rela Total ____..__General_____.__Fond.______________ 16S.CM B. M.year DOW LING.

t being that the war will end in less friend, is proper in)Jne belonging to a of the plan tives' is support partial, or total, previously H. C. Richard insurant* court house --- 200.00J. County Proper. Tn Col :e,

than six months. nation so favored and quite in line peace upon proposed by extended to the applicant him W. White &: Son supplies do ....____ 2>0 I I July 1. to bal due Count/ Proper'
his holiness the pope would, so far as F. L. Williams janitor ________________ 25.00 Fund .. ......... ____
with the she has received.When self 'we do not in the view -- -- -- --- W.
concur .
teachings ; ________ ,
4 we can see, involve a recuperation of J.P. Tomlinson co physician 4 17 By amt collectedAug. ____ ....
r t Times change. Once a few years Germany wants anything she is suggested in some quarters that in C. A. Knight supvr rep _____________1 10.40A. -uu------ r.LIl
its strength and a renewal of its pol- ________________________ -
ago two little Starke girls, strangers, justified in taking it. As all other nations case of wife and children actually dependent S. Crews 4.17 1. to bal due -.-...-..--..-?? **IIMDrainaie.
icy; would make it necessary to createa W. T. Weeks clerk. pd postage: etc ___ 106.00W. >
f met, and after having, sized up each are only interlopers on Ger permanent hostile combination of on applicant's labor for sup- T. Weeks 'i rec. tax sale July 2 __ 5.00 July! I. to bal due County Drainage

other one of them remarked: ":Myi many's territory of course they and and where there are no other R. J. Andrews 2 days board service ____ 16.40H. Fund .. ___.
I port, -- ---- -- ------ 1712T
nations against the German people, D. May do ______________________ 11.20 By amt collected ____
automobile. The oth. : ----------- 171..
should be
father owns their works must be destroyed like of the wife .
an who are its instruments, and would means support, City Light Plant light and water ______ ..18
er girl then elevated her nose 45 degrees "weeds." When parents, teachers, result in the put to the necessity of going to workto Bradford Co. Telegraph pub. reports- 15.25 Aug. 1, to bal due -----...------__-199.1
I' retorted "I bet have abandoning new-born and children. Bona W. J. Epperson 1 day with board ______ 2.no County Road and Bridf.
and : you preachers and all others who are being support herself '
Russia to the interference and the certain J. L. Underhill 2 days board service ___ 9.6D July 1. to bal due County Road and
nothing but bacon at your house, but looked up to, preach the same counter-revolution which wouldbe fide dependency of wife and childrenon S. T. Dowling do ______.__...____.__ 12.40 Bridge Fund -----------------___. .71.11
father buys whole ham at a about what is due the kaiser of where in his absence Ceo. A. Gardiner insanity mag Bryant. 2.00 By amt collected .. .
a thing labor _
my applicant, --- -- -- -- 18ln
attempted by all the malign influences Jno. C. Wills do __________-_________ 2.00J.
time." But such standards of social position from the people and what is due Germany to which the German they will be left without reasonable P. Tomlinson do ___________________ 2.00 Aug. 1. to bal due _u_____________.-
i do not hold good these days. from the rest of the world, and govern adequate support, after duly :M. Cameron do ______________________ 1.00 Outstanding Indebtedneu Find 292J1
horse has ment has of late accustomed the world W. J. Epperson do __________ ________ 8.65 July 1. to bal due Outstanding 10-
Anybody that can't afford a the righteousness of war, and have Can peace be based upon a restitutionof taking into consideration soldier'swages Edwards work at jail .___I_______ 1.00 debtedness Fund .. __.....
an automobile, and ham is now cheaper preached so from the time of Frederick and support available from relatives W. H. :Miner envelopes _____________ 1.20 By amt collected --- ?.?. 1SJ.44
its -------- 142.44
than bacon. the Great wonder that such power or upon any word of hon. stated in the of the Starke Phone Co. phones ______________ 7.50 --
: no or it could pledge in a treaty of settlement as rulings Drew Co.. supplies Co. judge _____... 7.42 Aug. 1. to bal due .____1____-
S quaint ideas have come to life and accommodation? provost marshal-general, is ground for Drew Co., auto licenses ____________ 21.00 County School.
Larue county, Kentucky, holds the and are enabled to exist. All other discharge. Drew Co.. blanks sheriff _____________ 3.00B. July 1. to bal due County Sehool
Must All Share Alike. :M. fowling com tar col __________ 31.S4 Fund _
-- 1.2"-
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record in the army draft. Her quota nations as they grew in knowledge "Responsible statesmen must now Clearly Expressed. Drew Co.. record book Co. judge ______ 22.20 By amt collected ________-_ n.""
was 132 men. Of the first 132 men emancipated themselves from spiritualand "This opinion clearly and adequately Quigley Lumber Co.. repairs jail and
everywhere see, if they never saw be- I court house ......... .............. .66 Aug. 1. to bal due ___..-544.
examined one passed the physical material serfdom, yet the Germans expressed the intenet of the law in ---------- tj
every fore, that no peace can rest securely J. J. Blackwelder! 2 days board service. 18.40 County Poll*.
examination and not a one claimed who more than any other people upon political or economic restrictio'ns this regard. July 1. to bal due County Polls __. ig.jj

\ exemption. If the whole country had employ science in all their under. meant to benefit some nations and "Paragraph 'B' of Form 32, 'compiled Total ________v.__.__.____'-_____... B6 .44' By amt collected ------------_.. n.0

done anything like as well as Larue takings, still harbor beliefs of divine rulings of this office' addressed a Road and Bridge Fund. -
embarass others Aug. 1, to bal due _
\ cripple or upon vin J. B. Howling feeding convicts ________ 368.50 ----------- 7.(>
; t county it is not unlikely that Germany rights that have not existed among dicative action of sort, or kindof state of affairs where the parents or J. B. Dowling pay captain and guard 135.00J. Total Sub School
\ would today be asking for peace on civilized people since the middle ages. any any other relatives of the wife or husbandare B. Dowling supplies for convicts __.. 14.90 July 1. to bal due Total Sub school
\ revenge or deliberate injury. The _________ Fund ----------------_ 63.M
J. C. Manning feed for mules 15.69A.
I any terms she could get. Germany This mysterious phase of the German American people have suffered intol- able, ready and willing adequately D. Andrews Mere. Co.. do __________ 23.S5 By amt collected -__------------ 25&rAug.

t knows that we have bickerings and mind is probably the greatest psychological erable the to support the wife and children, if J. G. Permenter Co.. do _____________ 116.68 -
wrongs at hands of the imperial Hulls Dent Store shovels _____________ 4.00F. 1, to bal due .-------.------___ sso. %
t dissention, in our own country and puzzle that ever existed. It is German government, but they any, during the absence of the husband C. Hollingsworth bridles. collars Total Sob School Bonds.

she hopes that these will develop into the mission of this country to spreadthe I desire no reprisal the German This ruling was responsive to a class for mules _____ __________________. 2.50D. July 1, to bal due -------------___ 554.M
) a serious handicap the government. light of democracy in darkest Ger people who have themselves upon of cases that had been brought to the C. Jones shovels etc ..........__-. 5.75 By amt collected -----------___ 238.9J
suffered I
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many-if it can' be done, but in any all things in this war, which they did L attention of this office where claims M.W. J.P. Epperson Matheny lumber del. convict.....to...gang....... 24.00C. 4.00 Aug. 1, to bal due ----------__ SIS"

TRY SHEEP RAISING. case to draw the claws of their beloved choose. for exemption had been made on the J. Knight do _________________ 14.24 Fine and Forfeiture Fund.
not They believe that peace ._______ July 1. to bal due Fine and Forfeiture
tiger-the Prussian military ma should rest upon the right of peoples, ground of dependency on a husband, John Carroll Jackson lumber lumber and__work_____________ 29.58 9.24Amos Fund ________-________ 171.tt

A well known magazine recentlyhad chine. not the rights of governments-therights who as a matter of fact, was not dependent f.. S. Taylor hauling lumber ________ 3.00 By amt collected\ -----.---.--.--._. 154.71
L.: ______ -
a picture of a pile of sheep, fiftyin of peoples great or small, weakor upon himself. The rulings directed A. Jackson 1. Stokes lumber cutting__out___log.___--.--___ 6.80.50 Aug. 1. to bal due ____u____________ 17.1i

number, that had been killed in one SEDITIOUS LANGUAGE. powerful-their equal right to freedom the attention of local boards to Bill Cone cutting out log __________ .50 W. T. WEEKS
: the fact that scrutiny of cases of this A. A. Durden nails .....___..__...... 2.70J. Seal) Clerk.
night by a few dogs.. Predatory dogsis an J. Morgan gen road work ____ _____ 3.50
the cause of the insignificance of The Manufacturers Record, of Baltimore to a participation upon fair terms kind might disclose lhat no dischargewas W. M. Jones cutting out logs ________ 1.25L.

the business which is : in the economic available. A. Wynn work on bridge __________ 4.00 LASSIFIE
V sheep raising is very bitter, and justly so, opportunities of the M. L. Crews lumber _________________ 3.60J.
too risky to pursue except when it can against the pro-German element and world-the German people, of course, "It was not intended that paragraph''B' F. Colley work for convicts ________ 2.85 C D

be conducted on a scale so large that recommends that all traitors should be included, if they will accept equalityand of the 'compiled rulings' should apply Romeo Beilling gen road work _______ 4.00 ADVERTISINGFOR
J. 1.. Dowling do _..__...._..._...___ 1.50
I it justifies keeping a herder. In Flor- rounded up and shot. In its current not seek domination. to the case of the bead of a family Sam Summers do _________________ 2.50

ida millions of sheep could be kept number it publishes an extract froman "The test, therefore, of every plan whose family,at the time of his sum Lee Brannen do ...___.__......_____. 4.00
J. M. Fralick do __________ ________ 4.00J. SALE-Three horses. Geo. A.
it for the it is of and thereto and had
not and discouraging is this
were dogs, article by Mrs. Mary Roberts Rine- peace : Is it based upon mons prior were J. Beilling do : __________-.____..__ 4.00 Gardiner, Starke. 615tf.
to see square mile after I hart, which relates instances in the the faith of all the peoples involved or been mainly dependent upon his labor David Blackwelder do _______________ 1.00

square mile of excellent wild and free author's experience of a supposedly merely upon the word of an ambitiousand for support. M. M. Malphurs lumber _____________ 31.68 -
W. H. Andrews gen road work _____... 2.25 WANTED-Fifty cotton pickers
pasture being almost wasted. It is in widespread German propaganda, and intriguing government, on the one Have Been in Error. Sam Nichols cutting out logs _______. ..5

vain to try to stop the dog nuisance, then the Record makes the following hand, and of a group of free peoples "Instances in which local boards Jack Wynn do _______________________ 3.50 once. For particulars call at the
these ,, Gus Wynn do .____________.._________ 2.40 Bank of Starke.
but several owners could put their comments: on the other? This is a test which have been in error in respect to J. S. Brown lumber and work _______. 27.68 .

flocks together and thus be able to hirea "These statements of Mrs. Rinehart goes to the root of the matter, and it two classes of cases are rare. It was Sam Harold fixing bridge ____________ 1.50S. l -
herder to look after them. Both merely confirm what intelligent. is the test which must be applied. to be expected that with four thou T. Dowling 1 day road insp ______ 4.00 FOR SALE-Farm 16% acres 1 mile
R. J. Andrew. 2 do-____ -____________ 4.00 north of Starke. Good fence.
mutton and wool are very high inS man in the country knows, and that is "The purposes of the United Statesin sand five hundred local boards there H. D. May do _______,______________ 4.00 D.
price and will continue to be so for that the country is literally full of pro- this war are known to the whole would be some ununiformity of decision J. L. Underhill 8 days do ____________' 16.00T. W. McRae, Starke. 8313t.
J. West gen road work ............ 100.00
years, and sheep husbandry should not German activities, of spies in every world-to every people to whom the in the regard. To provide against Quigley Lumber Co.. lumber _________ 18.94 FOR RENT-Furnished

be neglected. direction, of men and women who, professing truth has been permitted to come. this ununiformity, Section 27 of the Conner A: Wester gen road work ______ 40.00( rooms. Mn.
S do for the automatic L. V. Moore lumber and work _______. 7.10 M. Leviton, (Rivers Building),
They not need to be regulations provides
to be Americans, are still at stated again. I '
James Parrish cutting out logs ___.__ .75 Starke.
heart pro-Germans, or, as we have We seek no material advantage of any i appeal of all dependency cases to the T. B. Rosier gen road work .-.------- 15.00 _. .
CESS. kind. We believe that the district boards. District boards should I
said somewhere else, pro-Hellites; but intolerable Total .. ________. _____1097.18 WANTED-Good man to work
--- ----
the government has not yet made any wrongs done in this war by the furious scan the decisions of local boards on Drainage T Find. farm. on
H. L. Stevenson
The directors of the Bradford County great move to round up, intern or to and brutal power of the imperial Ger- questions of dependency and whereverit Bradford Co. Bank inst on scrip ------ 48.00 Route 2,
Home Life Insurance Co.. do ________ 276.19 I Starke. 8-31.2t.
Fair Association have selected Mr. shoot the men guilty of these activi man government ought to be repaired, appear that such decisions are illegal _i

Frank M. Rivers, one of the county's ties. In the meantime, they are making but not at the expense of the sover- (as in the two cases just mentioned Total _______________________ 324.19 FOR SALE-My fine mule
most enthusiastic boosters, to carry an certain the death of many an eignity of any people-rather a vindi- or otherwise), or where these decisions Outstanding Indebtedness Fund. wagon

exhibit to the Georgia-Florida Fair to American soldier through our failureas cation of the sovereignity both of seem to be so ununiform as to W. 0. Tison addition inst on scrip ____ 5.70 and harness at a bargain. D. T.
Fine and Forfeiture Fond.M. Clark
be held at Valdosta. The exhibit for a nation to act." those that are weak and of those that result in an unequal operation of the Cameron guard at jail .___.____... 20.00 Starke. 8-24-4L

the fair,at Valdosta will be made up In our opinion such expressions are are strong. Punitive damages, the dismemberment law, the district board should reverseor W. J. Epperson feeding: prisoners ---- 37.50

from the exhibits at the county fair seditious and the Kaiser-if he should of empires, the establish modify the dicision of the local W.school J. Epperson_______del.____prisoner________to___Reform______ 35.00W. I FOR harness SALE-cheap One mule A wagon and

to be held at Lake Butler from October read them-would be delighted to ment of selfish and exclusive economic board. J. Epperson case state vs Carlton__ 4.55 Rosenbeifg,
16th to 20th. Mr. Rivers has ask know leagues deem "CROWDER." Mitchell Drug Store medicine jail ____ 2.15 Starke. 831tf.
that this country is "literallyfull we inexpedient and in (Signed Ceo. A. Gardiner case C. H. Crews.___ 4.37

ed the Telegraph to urge upon the citizens of pro-German activities." The the end worse than futile, no proper W. J. Epperson do ________________ 19.25 l
John ___...._______ FOR SALE-Baker's outfit. Oven and
of section of the county and basis for a of kind least of Thompson witness 6.60
every spies propagandists are not hurt peace any i + + + + + 4LEGAL+ + + + + + + + + + E. P. Thompson do __ _____-__________ 5.80 baking utensils. Oven made by G. t tS.
the importance of sending exhibits to by such acknowledgement, but they all for an enduring peace. That must + NOTICES Peter Byrd do ______ I________________ 5.80 .
the county fair in order that all sec must certainly give moral support to be based upon justice and fairness and J. F. Osteen do ______________________ 3.40 Blodgett Co. S. Cline, Lawtey, i
W. T. Thornton _________________ Fla.
tions the + + + + + 4 do 3.60 8-24-2t. ;
in the collection
may be represented them. The fact that they are not common rights of mankind. + + + + +APPLICATION+ + + + FOR TAX DEED W. E. Thornton do _______-__________ 3.00 .
t of products to be carried to Val true unfortunately does not help mat- Will Not Accept Promises. NOTICE UNDER OF SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. D. T. Thornton do _______-__ _______ 5.00 1
dosta. ters. The nation is with few "We cannot take the word of the LAWS OF FLORIDA. O. L. Thornton do ________.___I______. 4.00 FOR SALE-8 year old all around i
very exceptions E. D. Reynolds do ____ ____________ 3.00 farm horse. A bargain. Owner call !
Heretofore Bradford county has patriotic and has shown it present rulers of Germany as a guarantee Notice is hereby given that A. Z.dated Adkins the C'. D. Plunkett do ____I____________ 2.80
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 173. R. B. Alvarez _____.__ ______ ed for U. S. service. Write or see
been woefully negligent in the matter by the best proofs in the world. Thereare of anything that is to endure. 5th day of July. A. D. 1915. has filed said certificate do _1_ 2.20
Louis Reynolds do ______.-____________ 3.40 F. M. Beville, Graham. 8-31-lt i
of advertising her resources. The Tel- many papers beside tha Manufacturers unless explicitly supported by such in my offce. and has made application law. R. S. Norman do ._______ __________ 2.60 it
egraph hopes our citizens will not neglect Record which thus slander the conclusive evidence of the will and for tax deed to issue in accordance the following with described Jim Hornsby juror ........:__........ 1.40 t
Said certificate embraces L. G. ._____._____.______ FOR SALE cob
this golden to let the of the Sibley do ____ 1.30 -100 barrels corn on i
opportunity nation and in German situated in Bradford
their mistaken zeal actually purpose people themselves property county
T. P. Wall do ______ ______________. 1.20
thousands who will visit the Valdosta as the other Florida tO.witSouthweat : _______ $2: per barrel. D. W. Moore, The-
encourage our enemies. peoples of the of Northeast and I Arch Green do I ___-__________ 1.30
fair know something of our great advantage world would be justified in quarter of Northwest quarter and L. C. Powell do _____________________ 1.20 ressa, Fla. 831tf.
-p accepting. Southeast quarter quarter W. G. Brooks do _________.____________ 1.00
and resources. We particu- FRANK CLARK INVITES CATTS Without such guarantees, treaties cf Northeast quarter of Southwest quarter and L. W. Kickhter do ________________ 1.00
larly urge upon the citizens of the TO GET STICK AND LOOK HIM UP settlement, agreements for disarma. 1'orthwestluarter S. R. 20 of E Southeast. 160 quarter The said Sec. J. F. Colley do ._.....-...._.....___. 1.00 FOR SALE-I have for sale or exchange
22. Tp. 7. acres.
of L. A. Davis do __________ ___.____. 1.00 in the vicinity of Starke several -
eastern the the ment the date of the issuance ?
land assessed'
part county import. covenants being at
to set arbitrationin
up A. O. Andreu do ________ I-__________ 1.00
ance of making an exhibit at the county the place of force, territorial adjustments of such certificate in the name of R. L. Shaw. F. F. Stump do .__......"-_.__ i.oo improved farms. For further
fair. The officers of the County: "When You Get That Stick, Sidney, reconstitution of Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according W. C. Powell do ____________"I..I" LOO information call on or write J. C.
small deed will issue thereon
You Can nations to law. ta'C on J. O. Fralick do ...______..__ ____
Easily Locate Me. ? 1.00 Gainey Starke Fla. 8-31-lt
r Fair Association and the citizens of if made with the German government the 8th day of October. A. D. 1917. R. A. Newsom do __________________?_ 1.00 ,

t Lake Butler generally are working diligently no man, no nation could now the Witness 30th day my of official August.s lmatul'and A. D. 1917. seal this D. T. Clark do ______________________ 1.00

to make the fair'this fall a big WASHINGTON, Aug. 28.-Con. depend on. We must await some new W. T. WEEKS. W.Geo.J.A.Epperson Gardiner do case__Ed___Ruff__________________ 2.75 2.08 FOUND-I have in my pen one black half

success. The citizens of all parts of! gressman Frank Clark of the Second I evidence of the purposes of the great g-31'6t.(SEAL) Bradford Clerk Circuit County.Court.Fla. Silas Kite witness ______I___________. 1.00 male hog marked crop, under
the should them Florida district M. Cameron do ----------- joo[ crop in one ear, under square in
county join in this ef. today addressed a letter peoples of the Central powers. Gcd Ceo. -----------
A. Gardiner Case Henry Ruse __ 2.08! I other.
I oFt to Gov. S. J. Catts, of Florida, in I grant it may be given soon and ir. .away NOTICE. W. J. Epperson do .__._._____________ 7.15 Owner can have same
p which he declares, among other things to restore the confidence of all Notice is hereby given that the following described Geo. A. Gardiner ease Tom Lindsey ---- 2."o8 paying for this advertisement-Mrs.
A SAMPLE OF "KULTUR." lands wil Ibe sold at public auction W. J. Epperson do___________________ o45! M. A. Baisden.
"You have
no more courage than the peoples everywhere in the faith of na.tions on the First Monday in October. 1917. it being -

coyote and no more brains than the and the possibility of a covenanted the 1st. day of_ said! month .before the = -.--. --
mudcat." courthouse door at Starke. In Bradford coun- I
A "modest" Prussian maiden awokeone
I peace."ROBERT ty. State of Florida or so much thereof as
\ morning to find herself famous. The Congressman's letter is in reply LANSING, will be necessary to pay the amount due for 4\: (. l.r .'
The why letter she had "Secretary of State taxes herein set opposite the same. together -
f reason was a to one from the Governor in which of the United with the cost of such sale and advertising.

I : written in reply to one from a friendin Mr. Catts declined Mr. Clark's challenge States of America." R. S. Johns-Blk 21 as extended on Ensey'g ustpknttlie'

Switzerland, a girl who had, appar- to a debate in any Florida cityon map in original Town of Starke. Sec. 28, cJ Better '
Tp. 6. P.ange 22 East-Taxes and coats
ently, said what she thought about whether Mr. Catts should be im NATIONAL ARMY TO BE FORMEDOF $41.07. Tape & now

3 the way the Germans were carrying on peached. In that letter the Governortold MEN WITHOUT DEPENDENTS wi; of blk 33 in Livingston, Truby &: Co's at a Tunc. Resul
the war. The Prussian sub division of NE i of NEV See. 28. !. ts-
girl's reply the
Congressman that if he did Tp 6. Range 22 East. Taxes and costs.
1 was so candid, so expressive of the not refrain from interfering in his affairs (Continued From Page 1.) $17.55. Owner. R. M. Ellerson.

ideas of the average German as to the he would grant him "a debatea Blk 36 in Livingston. Truby t: Co's sub division Less Labor
of NEI!, of NEV. Set. 28. Twp. 6,
kaiser, the superiority of the Prussians la Jennings via the hickory stick tionship: must be established. The Range 22 East. Taxes and costs $17.55.
over all other peoples and the plan." Owner R. M. Ellerson.N WITH
matter having been presented to the ,;i of SW of SW i less 3 A in See. 8. Tp. ,
necessity of blind obedience to the In full the Congressman's letter is president the following are his orders 7. Range 20 East. 17 acres Taxes and

powers that be, that it finally found as follows: thereon: costs $10.21. Owner. Unknown.B. sr.rFOR.
its to the editor of the M. DOWLING.
way Edinburg "Yours of the 25th inst., evidently "'We ought, as far as practicable, Tax Collector.

Scotsman, who published it, and it has composed by someone else, because the to raise this new national army with- .BETTER GARDENS

\ been extensively copied in both the spelling is good and the grammar fair, out creating the hardships BILLS PAID BY COMMISSIONERS.
necessarily 9
I : Entente countries and America Better
asS received. : entailed when the head of a family is results because only

another puzzling example of the working "You have done just what I expected taken; and I hope that for the most MaryWard.--------Pall per Allowance._____ .4 00 -, ,S finest, selected! seeds from

of the German mind. you to do, viz., use the methods of part those accepted in the first Martha Gatlin -._________ ?______ *.00 k- prize winning strains are used.
The girl scouts "old-fashioned ideasof the cuttlefish and call Nancy Conner ..._________....______ 4.00 i. 'I t They are properly spaced in
attempt to discolorthe would be found t& be men who had Viney Dyess _.__.___._____._.___.____ 6.00 : F thin tissue paper tape which
liberty. She says that Germany water while you endeavor to escape not yet assumed such relations. Mrs. Breeze _____________ __________ ':'.00 A .1 absorbs and holds
is becoming too small for her people from your malodorous official 'The Amanda Thomas ___-_____.,-_________ 5.00 !; -: moisture,
and that had to to France rec selective service law makes Lee Crosby __.____________1____ 10.00 ': giving quicker and better germination
they go for ord. You have shown by this latest the facts of dependence, rather than Emeline Griffis ______________.._._ 3.00 ,. : and healthier plant
more room. She adds naively: "Is it performance that you have no more the fact of marriage the basis for Caroline Griffis __n_.____-___________ 3.00 life. Less labor, because you
our fault that France will exemption Mrs. D. M. McKnight _. 3.00 .- ... plant
not understand whole
than the and --- ------- -. a
courage coyote no more and there are, undoubtedly, G. J. Campbell ....__.._?_...___..__ 3.00 I .4. and row at a time
'i that more money and more land brains that the mudcat. many cases within the limit fixed Banner Dyal -_________,---_______. 5 00 \ no thinning out is neces-
are necessary for us?" As to German "But I shall not bandy words with law men'who age Wade McKnight ________.____________ 3.00 sary on account of proper
r cruelty to "the by of are married and Lizzie Willis ___________________._____ 2.00 I spacing in the tape. More
Belgian rabble" and you farther than to say that every essential vet whose accumulations or other ecjjomic Rufus Jackson ________..._.____... 3.00 economical, because I II
It the vandalism, she says, "it is war and statement made about me in Mrs. N. D. Newmans ____________..1'5.00 abso I
we are past masters in the'making of the letter which surrounding are such that no Martha Riggs _.___-________________ 2.50 lutely no waste of seeds.
to your name is appended dependency: of the wife exists in fact. Susan Kelley _.______________________ 10.00 Pakro Seed Is I
war. You have much to learn before is a base, unqualified falsehood, Plainly the law does not "'m. Lang .___..__......_______...... 3.00 the American tape Seedtape made Co.br
you can come up td oor standard, and cut out of whole cloth. rontercplata! 1. L Hacan ________________._______ 2.50:; lIWest23rdS.Nyork .'..
what has been done exemption for this class of men. Rachel Taylor ______________________ 2.00 City. Get it at your deal-
so far is a mere "Y 01l1'1\silly twaddle about 'hickory "The regulations promulgated on Jc'eph Bryant __________.______.___.__ 2.00 en. Price lOc per pacfcace .1
bagatelle compared with what will fol sticks,' and your boasted bravery June 30 1917 should Lizzie Hunter .______..._.__._______ 3 09 '
low." be regarded as W. J. Glisson .____.____________-___ 3.00 ;
stocks.nd your boasted bravery controlling in these cases, and the or. Elizabeth Hunter _____________________ 2.00 A. M. DARBY, J
,She then relates how her pastor had could jextremely ludicrous if it were ders issued under that regulation directing Florence Helton _____.__________..__ 3.00 STARKE FtA. :
explained that Adam and Evej.4re notlftr.lhe fact that the J. C. Box: _.__.-.___________ J.OO ,
.. publicationof I exemption boards to establish John Wright .________ 2.00 .
Prussians. And from this follows it advertises to all of the world the the fact of dependence in addition to Warren Hersey __.____._____ 3:00: 7 \r.
that only PnusiansjQr llRst Ger composite mass braggadocio and I the fact of Mn." E. C. Crews and daughUf ___ 5.00 ,11TAyLoR'5RJcToI: ; :,. fjS
-: 1 marriage, ought not to be thomas Dyal -____.______.._. ..00 \ 1 br-1 W0RTHING'thN4
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Annie Jones, of Interlachen, L. W. Kickliter, while cutting GOY. Catts has issued a Labor Day

Bits of LocalInformation visited her friend, Mrs. Emma Richard grass on his farm last Monday, stuck proclamation, using the following WASHINGTON Aug. 29-Since the

this week. the point of the sickle in his foot. It phraseology: Federal law requires that all firms

did not trouble him very much at the Now, therefore, I, Sidney J. Catts, having commercial stocks of foods'
Miss Nellie Eubanks, of Quincy, is time, but in the evening the pain be- governor of the state of Florida, by shall make returns of what they haveon

visiting Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr. came very severe and but for the quick virtue of the authority vested in me by hand or in transit on August 31,

work of Dr. Wills would must likely law, do hereby proclaim Labor Day the United States department of.agri-

II c.ahtI 0.. P...pt.. a"1 ..drwrw. J. W. Andrews, Jr., is expected in have developed into blood poisoning. Monday, September 3, 1917, as a spe- culture, charged with carrying out the

> M Me CmUr eM T..... Starke today or tomorrow. Rev Kickliter is confined to his bed, cial day of prayer for peace and request provisions of the law, has designated ,
L but is slowly improving. all churches and the organiza- certain places where the blank food r

t Drayton Colley is now employed as tions of Christian men and women, regardless survey schedules may be obtained.

assistant bookkeeper in the Bradford FAMILY REUNION.A of nationality or policies, who These blanks are to be filled in dupli-

Col. C. L. Peek was a visitor to Let me make you a new automobile I County Bank. believe God answers prayer to join cate, one copy to be retained by the

Jacksonville last Friday. top and cushions, or repair the old family reunion took place at the with them in observing September 3, reporting firm and the other to be sent
Judge and Mrs. J. T. Wills and little 1917 Labor Day, as day of fastingand
ones. All kinds of automobile uphol- a to the department at Washington. In F
,home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Moitt, in
Miss Merla Wills of Gainesville
Buy your next pair of shoes atSternberg's. stery. M. Leviton. few days of this, week in Starke., spenta : honor of their son, Sergeant William prayer that God would bring peace this section the survey blanks may be
tothe warring nations.B. .
obtained from the Field Agent in Marketing -
i Arthur Moitt, who was home on a visit -
Misses May and Ida Warren have Georgia State College of Agriculture -
from Ft. Scriven, Ga. Those of the
-( R. R. Boatwright was in Jackson- returned home, after a delightful visit opening Mrs. S.of F.her Hamrick kindergarten announces for little the children living in Ptarke were all pres- Y. P. U. SOCIAL FRIDAY NIGHT. Athens, Ga.

ville Monday on business. with their sister Mrs. Emmett Free- folks, Monday morning, September f ent, so were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Moitt, Each blank has a space for recording -
man, of Oak Creek, Colorado. at 9 o'clock. of Dinsmore, Mrs. P. E. Johns and lit- The social committee of the local B. the stocks of 18 principal commod-

Look out for the next issue of the Fall millinery has arrived at Stern- tle daughter, Beatrice, of Hampton, Y. P. U. will entertain the members of ities, including the chief food cereals,

Telegraph. It will be a hummer. Meet me at Stump's.The berg's. and Mrs. C. P. Tison, of Jacksonville.A the union on next Friday evening witha meats, lard, oils, fish, sugar and con-

,! guest was also Miss Margaret marshmallow toast at the home of densed or evaporated milk. Elevators,

Special sale on crockery: Starke Woman's Christian Temperance Swearingen, of Jacksonville, who had Rev. W. G. Law on Walnut street. All mills, canners, dealers, bakers, con-

Hardware Co. Union will not meet next Monday af- Misses Merla, Linnie and Kathleen accompanied Mrs. Tison. Charley and members are urged to attend Sunday fectioners, manufacturers, jobbers,

ternoon. Announcement will be made of Jacksonville the Gus Beasley, grandsons of Mr. and evening at 6:45 p: m. packers, grocers, hotels, department
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent the past later as to the time and place of guests of Mrs. E. M. Thomas for a Mrs. Moitt, were not present, the for- DORIS LAW, and general stores dealing in grocer-

week in Jacksonville.Mrs. meeting. few days. mer being at Asheville, N. C., and the CHAS. TATUM, ies and other types of business to the
latter at Pablo Beach. MILDRED CROSBY. number of about 100, are required to 7

S. Warren, of Clayno, was Just received a nice line of ladies Miss Carrie Uglow has to visitat This reunion was a most happy one, :, report their stocks not later than September -

a guest of Mrs. Murrhee last week. ready to wear goods. A. D. Andrews several points in South gone Carolina. the presence of the successful and NOTICE. 10, though an extension of time

Mercantile Co. Miss Uglow was accompanied by her promising children being gratefuul to : may be granted by the Secretary of

Mr. Frank Gardiner, of Gainesville, sister Mrs. Grace McDowell and lit- the parents, and all were glad to renew Agriculture on special request if a
Miss Sarah Crawford of Orlando On account of my health I am com-
to Starke good be shown.
was a visitor Sunday. the ties of family affection. reason can w
tle .
of Jacksonville.Mr.
daughter of Senator George W. Craw- son, I pelled to be away for some weeks. My Survey is Preliminary.The .

Last week Miss Marie Dyal visited ford, is visiting at the home of her i NEW SYRUP. patrons may have their work done by survey 'of August 31, in to faras
H. C. Richard left last Satur- :
leaving at J. F. Kickliter's store.
cousin Mr. J. W. White.
W. J. Griffin in Jacksonville.No. .
Mrs. the
it of
concerns supplies 18 prin-
day for Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., to en- CHARLIE TOM,

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and children ter the citizens training camp, where Our thanks are due A. J. Griffis fora Chinese Laundryman. cipal foodstuffs, is-a preliminary one, k
666 cure Malaria or Bilious
to be followed by a more complete one
officers for the National Army are to sample of new made
generous syrup
their J. E. Maines Jr. T
It kills the and guest, I
Fever. after the harvested. For
germs. 'I
be trained during the next three from Texas seeded ribbon cane, of crops
the week-end Pablo
are spending at Mr. Francis Halligan sailed Sunday
the complete schedule the blanks call _
months. which he this
Mr. 0. F. Ritch of Lulu busi- Beach. planted a patch year. by Clyde Line steamer for New York
was a The flavor of the is somewhat I I I for returns on 103 items. Blanks giv-
visitor to Starke City. From there he will to De-
ness on Monday. go ing all information have been mailedto
different from that made from the
No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It lanson, N. Y., to join his parents, who some 352,000 firms, but any firm
but is This
Messrs. Drayton Colley and George is the most speedy remedy we know. common cane, agreeable. are now making their home there. He which has not yet received these
BUNGALOW FOR SALE, new and cane matures early and Mr. Griffis has
White last Sunday in Jackson- was popular here with a large numberof
spent the
blanks should apply at once to
all modern the Thiscommodity
up-to-date week
T. Ritch had visi- conveniences spent making syrup. !
Mr.-N. recent
as friends who much his
ville. very regret bureau of markets, department of
two screened porches. Quigley Lum- being very scarce now, Mr. I ag-
tors Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch, of Rai- departure. .
ber & Supply Co., "The Happy Home Griffis' addition to the stock in the riculture, Washington, or to the ad-
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and ford; Mrs. John Starling, of Highland, M BI H B B M B, B B B M dress given above. While the returnsare
Builders. market will be welcome.AT .
little son, Laurie, were visitors to and Mr. Hamp Andrews, of Raiford. CEMETERY NOTICE. required under the law, with a

Worthington last week. FERNDALE.On heavy penalty for non-compliance, it
Men's straws, half price at Stern- is expected by the department that
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moitt of Dins- berg's. All persons interested are requestedto
Miss Mary Jones, who has spent the all firms will consider it their patriotic
more, spent the week-end here visiting last Friday evening from 6 to meet at Evergreen cemetery Fri- duty to fill out and return the sched-
nine months here with her sister
relatives. Mrs. J. C.. Robinson and childrenleft past 10 o'clock, at Ferndale, the Kingsleylake day, September 7th to put the groundsin ules as requested.
Mrs. Catherine. Lee has
returned to
Friday for Jasper for a two-weeks home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott, order.
visit with her Mr. and Mrs.R. her home in Peoria, 111.
For altering, cleaning or pressing parents, Doris and Wilbur Scott gave a supper

of clothes, go to M. Leviton. L. Lewis. Mr. J. M. Tatum and family have party in honor of visiting friends from IN MEMORIAM.Mrs. LAST HALF HOLIDAY.

moved into the residence recently vacated Jacksonville, Tampa and Starke. -
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and little
Mr. Frank Gardiner of Gainesville Chicken pilau, spaghetti, salad, the last
Mrs. Catherine N. Yesterday was Thursdayhalf
by Lee
daughter, Ruby, have returned home on bread, pickles and wafers M. A. Finley died at the homeof
were serv-
spent Sunday here with his brother Walnut of the
street. holiday present season.
after to various in North her daughter Mrs. J. J. Harris Au-
Mr. Owen Gardiner. a trip points ed outdoors in picnic style, after Hereafter the stores and business
Carolina and Virginia.Big which singing, and music were gust 21, 1917, aged 78 years. She had
J. C. of games houses will be day in the
Byrd. Raiford, until recently the most loving attention during her open every
Misses Clara Stewart and Nettie of' enjoyed. week. The increased business
cashier the Citizens Bank there, greatly -
line of shoes, groceries etc., at last illness. She leaves to mourn her
Maines of Lake Butler week- Those present were, Misses Mary the few
were in days
was Starke Tuesday and renewed activity during past
the Cash Department Store.A. departure one daughter, eight grand-
end guests of Miss Eva Epperson.Mr. acquaintances. Mr. Byrd had just returned and Lucile Morrow, of Tampa, Misses children and four great-grandchildren has put everybody in the humor for
from Atlanta, where he had Kathleen, Linnie and Merla Chapman, work and business men generally wel-
D. Andrews Mercantile Companyhas besides friends who will hold
of Jacksonville Mrs. L. A. Yates of many ,
J. H. Ritch and little son, Hamilton been on business for some time.A come the end of the holiday season.
received load of salt. her in remembrance.A .
just loving
a car
Tallahassee, Miss Doris Scott Mesdames -
spent Wednesday in Jackson- Everything indicates that we will
ville. -- tramp preacher with a voice likea T. N. Limbaugh and F. A. FRIEND. have the, heaviest busines sseason ever
Lieutenant A. J. Thomas, who has Scott
: Messrs. James F. Kickliter,
cracked known here.
been here for the past two weeks visiting automobile horn, preachedon
Messrs. L. C. and John Powell spent Call street Thursday. The ven- Edwin freeman, Charles Ensey, WilbUr LIVE STOCK MARKET.
his father Mr. Jesse Thomas, returned Scott, Homer, Thomas and T. N.
Thursday in Jacksonville. : Tuesday to Fort McPherson. ture was not a financial success, the Limbaugh Raiford Epperson and His Compromise.
receipts not being enough for a much Francis In the midst of all the prosperity "You shouldn't have spun ; uHr top

B. L.; Gay, a well known young bus- Rub.lIyTismAntiseptic., Anodyne needed shave and haircut.Mr. Halligan. caused by the very remarkable pricesfor again Robbie. YolII:1II't gay herprayt'rs

iness man of the Providence section -Kills pain, stops putrefaction. cotton, Bradford County farmers with it humming :1\.ii" like
had business in Starke Tuesday.Mrs. Floyd Green, one of Starke's REVIVAL MEETING AT UNION should not overlook the big chance formont'ymaking that. "That's all right iiio.U'r. It',

Sergeant. Wm. A. Moitt returned to well known young men, enlisted in the CHAPEL. offered by the livestock humming; n hymn."
Perry John, of Hampton, quartermaster's department of the
Ft. Scriven, Ga., Sunday morning, af- -- tusiness.
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. ter spending the week-end with his army Monday at Jacksonville and left The revival services at Union Chapel The latest quotations from Jackson
and Mrs. A. E. Moitt. for Ft. Scriven Ga. wherehe The Commonest Generality
Tuesday ville follows:
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Moitt. every night are well attended, Good are as Some not ti
men are onlyacer give
will into Mr. Green
go training. is interest Hogs.
Mr. D. P. Mitchell and family have MW B diin't-but V I graduate of the of Florida is being and these the devil his due, but they Insist on
Shakespeare we want to a University meetings will be held every night this 210 to 300 Ibs, $14.50 to $15.
fat bonus It t' the Lord
returned home from their law school and Green adding B
summer va- practiced at 180 to 210 Ibs, $14.25 to $14.75.
repeat that we have the best paint on week. There will also be preaching ,
who finds collection
cation. the market-Woolsey's-for inside Ccve Springs until about two years Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. 150 to 175 Ibs, $13 to $14.50. usually poor.-

j and outside work. Quigley Lumber & ago! when ne came home on account of Next Sunday is Missionary day in 125 to 150 lbs, $11.50 to $13.25. .Houston Post.

f Buy your shirts at Sternberg's. All Supply Co.Robert the failing health of his parents, and the Sunday school and communion day 100 to 120 lbs, $11 to $12.

nobby patterns. has since lived with them on their in the morning preaching service. All 50 to 90 Ib pigs, $8.50 to $11.50. LIFT YOUR CORNS

i Demorest, who has spent the farm south of town. He has many of God's children are cordially invitedto Thin pigs and hogs, $6 to $7.50. OFF WITH FINGERS
Miss Eva Epperson is at home again I friends who will wish him well in Fat to
hogs, $8 $10.50.
; summer in Goldsboro, N. C., has returned commune with us, regardless of range
after teaching a summer term at the here to attend school. Robertis his laudable purpose of serving the what particular Christian denomination Piggy sows and stags, $8 to $10. -

1j 1 Rising school. stopping with Mrs. Adaline Bais- government and who will hope for his they belong to. Our congrega- Prices are for 'soft" hogs. $2 per I Tells How to Loosen a Tender

den. safe return home. tions on last Sunday were not large, hundred more for hogs that will kill Corn or Callus so it Lifts .
Mr. and Mrs. W. Griffin and I
J. son, but the services were deeply spiritualand "hard.
Eugene, were week-end visitors at the at CARD OF THANKS.We Fed Cattle. Out Without Pain.
Davis number kind
Mr. Rawson spent Sunday a were enough to say
home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. home with his parents, Mr. and MrsJ. the sermons were good and helpful to Light receipts, market strong. Good I

R. Davis. Rawson has an excellent wish to thank our neighbors and them. choice well finished cattle, either hea- i You reckless men and women who

Mr. Tom J. Poppell left Tuesday for position in Jacksonville with Swift & friends for their kindness and sym- The Junior League meets Sunday vy or yearlings will bring fancy prices are pestered with corns and who have

Titusville, where he will agian be Company. pathy during the illness)) and death of afternoon at 4 o'clock and the Senior on this market. From last saleswe at least once a week invited an awful

principal of the school. our beloved husband and father. League meets at 7 o'clock. The night quote: death from lockjaw or blood poisonare

Misses Murla, Linnie and Kathleen Mrs. T. F. Mansell and Family. preaching service begins at 7:30. All Fed steers, 1,0001bs up, $10 to $10.- now told by a Cincinnati authorityto

Special sale going on at the Cash Chapman, who have been for the past are cordially invited to worship withus 50. use a drug called freezone, which
Department Store. five weeks visiting Mrs. J. F. Kickli- THE LATE T. F. MANSELL.The I in all the services at the Methodist 800 to 1.000 lbs $9.25 to $9.75. the moment a few drops are appliedto

ter at Kingsley lake, returned Tuesdayto church in this city next Sunday.T. 700 to 800 Ibs, $8.25 to 925. any corn or callus the soreness it

Mr. and Mrs Harry Miner, of Jacksonville their home in Jacksonville. re-I L. Z. BARR, 600 to 700 lbs, $6.65 to $8.25. relieved and soon the entire corn or

were guests Sunday of his following particulars were Pastor. Bean fed steers, 600 lbs and up, $6 callus. root and all, lifts off with the
ceived after the notice
parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Miner. Automobile supplies, Firestone tires obituary was to $8.25. fingers

oil and greases. Starke Hardware Co. I, printed: 500 to 600 lbs, $6.50 to $8. Freezone dries the moment it is applied -
Mrs. Thomas Fletcher Mansell was bornin FAMILY REUNION.Mr. Light steers. $5.75 to $7.
Oscar Alvarez returned to and simply shrivels the corn or
Jacksonville Sunday after a visit with Mr. R. Ray White, of Orlando, came Pickens county, S. C., October 15, Yearlings, $5.75 to $6.75. callus without inflaming or even irri-

her mother, Mrs. Lalla Chace.BUILDI)1G'MATERIALS up yesterday to visit his parents, Mr. 1846. He came to Florida in 1849, andon Calves, $7 to $9. tating the surrounding tissue or skin.
October 30 1873 married Miss Han- and Mrs. A. M. Andreu had a
and Mrs. J. W. White, and before returning Heavy bulls, $6.50 to $8. A small bottle of freezone will cost
nah of Starke. family reunion at their home west of
; home will also make a visit to Sparkman, Light bulls, $5.50 to $6.25. very little at any of the drug stores,
That's.our business. Quigley Lumber Gainesville on legal business.The Starke, Sunday, having all of their Oxen, $5.50 to $6.85. Lut will positively rid one's feet of
&: Supply Co. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. children eight in number, at dinner. Fat cows, $5.75 to 825. every hard or soft corn or hardened

I Starke Telephone Companyhave The festal meal was spread on a long I Medium cows, $5.25 to $6. callus. If your druggist hasn't any
table in the yard under the venerable
Mrs Florence Phares, of Winter had printed and distributed a Next Sunday will be "Home Com- shade Canners, $4.50 and up. freezone he can get it at any whole-
I trees.
Haven, is a guest at the home of Rev. handsome new telephone directory. It ing Day," when the pastor will expect Those and Grass Cattle. sale drug house for you. (60)
I and Mrs. W. G. Law. is a product of the Telegraph's job of- all his people and friends to present, sons daughtersof Medium receipts. Market on this classof
Mr. and Mrs. Andreu, were: Mrs.F. .
cattle hold with indica-
make special effort to attend all theservices. steady some
fice. a Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System
B. Johns, Mrs. W. H. Green, Messrs
I tions of strength on the best grades.
Fourteen carloads of crossties were
The Old Standard general took
Ira W. and Geo. E. Andreu of Starke
shipped by the Young Trading Com- We sell the best flour at $12.50 per The attendance has been good considering I Grass steers, 600 Ibs up. $6 to $6.50. CROVE'9 TASTELESS: chill TONICdnWa oilMiUrU.eorichntbcblood.iDdbnitdinpthciy .
Mr. Newton E. Andreu and Mrs. C. L. ,
-, last week.Mis Andrews Mercantile Co. the vacation times. Our Sun- 500 to 600 Ibs, $5.75 to $6.25. *
pany barrel. A. D. Moitt of Dinsmore Mrs. Walton Al- tern. A true tonic. For adult and children. 6dc
400 to 500 lbs, $5.50 to $6.
T Raiford. day school has made a good a"erage,
Rhoda Lagergren, of Jacksonville but we hope to have all our teachers, varez, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. S. L. 300 to 400 Ibs, $5 to $5.50. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

spent Sunday in Starke with rel We were misinformed as to the min- officers and pupils back next Sunday. Stroup, of Plant City. The unusual Yearlings, $4.75 to $5.50. + DUVAL HOTEL'4
event of all the members of the
atives. ister who conducted the funeral services Teachers, please make a special effort family Calves, $5 to $6. + JACKSONVILLE +

over the late Mr. W. T. Dryden.It to have your entire enrollment. will being be together remembered., was much enjoyed and Bulls, $4.75 to $6. + Opposite postoffice hot and cold.+

Oscar Strickland left Sunday .for was not Rev. N T. King, as stated, present next Sunday. long Fat cows, 400 Ibs and up, $5.25 to + water, elevator, telephones; rates 4

Archer to accept a position with the but Rev. John Mullady, of Hampton.Mrs. W. G. LAW, MISS EPPERSON ENTERTAINS- $5.75. + rooms without bath $1J two per- +
i}: Western Union's construction force. Pastor. Canners $4.50 up. + sons, same room, $1.50; with bath +

N. W. Francis, of Jacksonville These prices are per hundred weightA + $1.50; two persons same room. $2 +

Just'unloaded a car of fence wire. spent several days here last week, and ST. MARK'S CHURCH. Monday evening Miss Eva, Epperson corn-fed hardened hog weighing 200 + W. S. JONES, Mgr. +
" A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. was accompanied home by her mother, entertained charmingly in honor of I pounds will bring more than $30. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

Mrs. Catherine Lee, who will now her visitor, Miss Nettie Maines, of
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, Sunday school, 10 a. m.
The cotton is coming in fast. Eachof make her home with Mrs. Francis.Mr. Lake Butler.
our gins has already turned out Morning prayer and'sermon, 11.No Miss Epperson was assisted in look- r.

twenty-five bales. I Walter McDonald recently visited evening service. ing after the pleasure of her guests
Mr. J. F. Kickliter and family at M. M. FRYER Minister. I by her mother, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, General InsuranceJOS.

Mr. Edwin Freeman returned home Kingsley lake. On leaving here Mr. and Miss Cassie White. The eveningwas

last week, after attending the summer McDonald went to Charleston, S. C., spent with games and delightful
term of Columbia College, New York where he will join the navy. RAXDOPH SCHOOL TO OPEN. music, and shortly before the guests
City. departed refreshments of chocolate

Navy beans and conch peas have Randolph school will open Monday, cream and cake were served. E. WILSON

r Mrs. C. W. Liddon returned to her been grown td some extent in this sec- Sept. 3rd, at 8:30. All the patronsare The fortunate guests were delightedwith

t home Jacksonville Monday. Whilem tion this .year* / Tfet'Young Trading requested to be present, as we Miss Epperson's cordial hospitality SUCCESSOR TO

Starke Mrs. Liddon was the guest Company r1) be;Mtfft bauj$| about 72 have some matters of importance to and were glad of the opportunity I: RC: RICHARD t- .. :- .

c of relatives and friends. bushels and about the discuss. It is hoped that we will havea to honor Miss Maines. .. ,.. :

san>4 n sold tit.other good attendance at the beginning ofa .;.wiFlorida. 1
J. E.MainftjWr./pf Lake"jljltler: ."and ieani were new year's work. Miss Carrie Darby returned home Starke .

II spending'this peek. with' 'his. friend, I perfect and well cur- ALBERT DUBOSE, from Atlanta yesterday. I ,
w Hollis Knight" ed. Principal. !



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L Bradford County Farms and Farmers -

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i e COUNTY AGENTS REPORTS 0 i Is a Simple Process and Gives a Government Will Know What Every I BE PATRIOTIC and

After 11 p. m. on September 8, the Valuable Return. Farm Has Grown. makeI

0000000000000000M4natee "use of food, fruits, all materials or -

II County-Several of the pig feeds for the production of distilled One of the greatest enemies to corn Determining by a country-wide can- i MONEY at one and the

club boys have their pigs on cowpea spirits for beverage purposes" is pro- in Florida is the weevil, which riddles vass the approximate amount of im- I i !

and sorghum pasture now. hibited. Thus the distillation of alco- the corn after it has been put into the portant farm products on farm of the I

hol for beverages from food productsor crib. Leaving the shuck on the ear United States that is food or convertiblt i- same time.

j' dip- food materials is at least for the of corn is a good way to guaranteethat into food, is the part the Bureauof : I I
Hillsborough County-Several to be ended and to that II
time being of the weevils will be carried into Crop Estimates of the United
ping vats for cattle have been built limitation is to be put 1.. I
for extent a upon the crib. Besides, the shuck will interfere States Department of agriculture will ,
1 and several more are in prospect the waste of food for the manufactureof
with the sof I
fumigatingthe take in the
proces national food I
survey The critics all tell that the
war us question of
this county. whiskey for the destruction of bod- who
corn to kill the weevils. thorized by the food production bill
-- ies and souls of the people of this The fumigating process is simple, recently enacted. Thirty-five thousand will win this war is largely a matter of which side keepsup I

Osceola County-Everything looks country. and as effective as simple, says the picked volunteers from its corps of a full supply of food the longest. :I

favorable now toward securing a car- Every lover of humanity should rejoice University of Florida extension divis- 150,000 crop correspondents will be
Texas heifers for at the step which has been taken.It Every farmer can be a patriot and make money atoneand !
load of good grade ion. But to be successful the crib must asked to take part in the farm survey.Each .

this county. is especially worthy of gratitudein be tight. Large cracks in the floors of the field representatives a the same time by taking care of his swineherd. I

view of the hundreds of thousandsof and walls will let the be- farmer himself Don't let them
gas escape and thoroughly familiar starve for lack of pasturage and I
Duval County-By the end of the young men in the army that are to fore the weevils are killed. The gas with farm conditions in his ,
don't let them die from cholera
extent to have the temptation of through failure to i
season, fifteen new silos will have been some is formed by placing a flat dish of car- community, will make a report of food vaccinate I

erected in this county. The interestin drink taken from them by the elimi- bon bisulphide on top of the corn and stocks, including meat animals and in time. The c cholera is very prevalent in I

steadily nation of much of the liquor traffic. permitting it to evaporate.The his farm and each of these Bradford and
better livestock is growing crops on county now a delay may mean the loss
The law which forbids
or I
of de-
amount required
gas representatives will be supplied with
giving strong drink to men in the na- pends on the size of the crib or room. 10 extra schedules of inquiry which he of your hogs. I .

is being tion's uniform is having a very marked Two pounds of the sulphide are required will distribute among his neighbors, If you are not convinced that vaccination with serum I
Jackson County-Lumber A few the writer
effect. days
ago for a hundred 'cubic feet of for their
for grain upon and virus is a sure preventive inquire of
delivered at Greenwood a in company with thousands of others storage space. If thee rib is not tight farms. From the 385,000 reports thus some one I

elevator and feed mill, in anticipationof waited for several hours in one of the more of it will be needed. Choose a obtained, the experts of the bureau who has had his hogs treated with Inter-State VaccineCompany's I

the new railroad now under con- :. most saloon-cursed sections of the city day for fumigating apply the I "
warm knowing the total number of farmsin serum and virus. More than 2500 hogs
struction to that place. while the soldiers gathered from var- sulphide in the morning and let it ,
remain the United States will make final
ious parts of the state to take the for twenty-four hours. The pro- estimates for the farms of the coun- have been treated in the past four months and not a I

Santa Rosa County-A stock breed- train for the South. Though the cess may have to be repeated a timeor try. It is believed that this estimate complaint has come from any of the one hundred or I||I I

ing association of twenty members has streets were for hours filled with sol- two at intervals of four to six weeksto judging from the accuracy of other more farmers who have used the interstate M I

been organized at Botts. The ,breedsof diers passing to and fro, and though be sure that all the weevils are records similarly gathered, will be serum

cattle and hogs will be selected and saloons were wide open, it was noticed killed. within a few per cent of actual farm and virus. I I

arrangements be made to buy pure- that not a single uniformed man en- As is quite generally known the gas food stocks. I _!

bred males at the next meeting. tered any of these saloons, and that gas formed in this process is highly The farm survey will begin at once. -,

there was absolute quiet and order inflammable, and all fires lighted A second survey about November 1, INTER-STATE VACCINE COMPANY I

Jackson County-The peanut oil mil among the men and in the vicinity as pipes etc., must be kept away fromit. similarly conducted, will cover the fall I

at Malone has nine peanut pickers far as they were concerned. After the process is over and the harvests. Kansas City Mo. :

that will be put to work in that sec- Under old conditions many of these crib has been thoroughly aired there The bureau also will extend its reg- ,

the nuts are ready to men tempted by the curse of drink will be no danger of fire. ular crop estimates to not reported -
as soon as and crops See T. H. Halligan at Bank of Starke
would have flocked to the saloons
harvest. The mill is equipped and is heretofore and further enlargeits I .
would have bade to their
they good-by BEANS FOR EVERYBODY. -
ready for operation. service by special inquiries calcu- -
loved with their breath polluted
lated to gather information arising
with and beer but thanks to
I whiskey In from extraordinary farm conditions in interstate or intrastate shipments or transportation ing the same shall be the
recent jubilation over the country's upon person firm
I Hernando CountyTheAnnuttalageStock the rigid enforcement of the law, they certain sections. except as hereinafter provided. or corporation claiming the benefit thereof.
Farm have completed their 120- left the city bound on their journeyto excellent crop prospects, one im- *- Section 2. That it shall be unlawful for Section 9. All intoxIcating liquors wines or

ton concrete silo and filled it with corn the South sober men with their portant factor was overlooked. The any person firm or corporation to possess hereafter intoxicating beer shipped, transported carried, ponened,,
wines and
liquors or beer received in
or the
They expect to feed beef cattle this hearts and their consciences free from humble bean has leaped into promi- Tracing Organ Mechanism. received directly or indirectly from a common said Town of Starke in corporate violation limits of the of the

fall and winter. Records will be kept the effect of drink and with theit loved nence which almost justifies our rank- When pneumatic power In the construction or other carrier in the corporate limits of the visions of this ordinance, may be seized pro by
and th made public. Corn in the ing it with King Corn. The productionof of the organ began to take said Town of Starke whether intended for personal any marshal or police officer of the said Towa
ones bidding them good-by without use or otherwise and whether Inter- of Starke. All such liquors wines
county is in better condition than ex seeing them under the influence of al- navy beans-which might just as the place of the hydraulic Is uncertain, state or intrastate shipments or transportation seized shall be taken by the seizing or beer officer H

pected. Cotton is fair. cohol. well be called army beansrepresentsa although the invention of the bellows except as hereinafter provided. and by him kept in some secure place laW
remarkable agricultural achieve- mechanism dates from the time of one Section 3. That it shall be unlawful for anyexpl'ellB the same is disposed of by law. Within twen
company or railroad company or any ty-four hours after such seizure, the seirinf
Palm Beach County-Every news- MUST FIGHT THE BOLL WEEVIL ment. of the later Roman emperorsprobablyJulian. common carrier or person to ship or transport officer shall file in the office of the Mayor of
Tht recorded bean crop of the coun- But it was only in the tenth into the corporate limits of the said Townof the said Town of Starke a sworn affidavit or
paper in the county, one daily and four UNCEASINGLY. try has stood in recent at about century, when Germany had taken the Starke any intoxicating liquors, wines or information stating the quantity and kind or ,
weeklies have agreed to publish free years beer or from a place in the State of Floridato liquor wine or beer seized to whom consign
10,000,000 bushels. The 1915 crop is place of Constantinople as the center within the corporate limits of the said ed and that to the best of his information,
the farmers' exchange list giving thee LIVE OAK, Aug. 27-The tune has given as 10,321,000 bushels and the of organ building, that the bellows Town of Starke any intoxicating liquors knowledge and belief said liquor wine or
farmers a wide market for the things changed during the last few days and wines or beer for any person firm club association beer is and was shipped, transported, carried
The will receive 1916 crop, 8,846,000. These figures mechanism came into general adoption. or corporation whether in original possessed and or received in violation of this
listed. county agent from one of cheeriness and jubilation, represent only the output of the six package or otherwise and whether intendedfor ordinance and a copy of said affidavit or information -
data from the lists and mail the lists it has gone into a minor strain whereit rersonal use or otherwise except as hereinafter shall be served within three day
leading bean states California
Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell provided. on the agent or common carrier or other
to the Saturday. per-
papers partakes more of a dead march. The New York, Colorado and Wiscon- Advertise Section 4. That it shall be unlawful for son from whose possession said liquor win
cause of this desolate feeling is the everybody. any person to personally transport from without or beer was taken and on the consignee!
continuous rains realization that the boll weevil is after sin.Wtll or within the State of Florida into the of said liquor wine or beer if he be found in
Clay County-The this four states alone the said Town
year of
O' 'tc. OOOmI' corporate limits of the said Town of Starke Starke. The owner consignee
are beginning to injure the cotton con- all no respecter of person or the kind have raised 22,141,000 bushels of the whether the same is intended for personal use common or other carrier or any peons

siderably and the boll weevil has also of cotton in his path. Until a few days beans. And they have done it in- 0 0 or otherwise any intoxicating liquors, wines interested in said liquor wine or beer shall
< > days after
CHURCH DIRECTORY. 5 or beer in any quantity whatsoever except as service of said copy tile
put in its appearance, blighting the ago as a rule, the farmers of this creasing their bean acreage by 184 Q hereinafter provided. an answer or claim for said liquor wine or

hopes of many of the farmers. Several county were congratulating them- per cent. Michigan alone, with its 8- <> BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, <8> Section 5. That nothing in this ordinance beer Mayor and of the shall said demand Town of a hearing from the
shall make Starke.
it unlawful
farmers are shipping their razorbacksand selves that they had escaped its ravages 281,000 bushels, has almost duplicatedthe 0 pastor. Sunday school 9:45: a. m. : The Mayor shall hear said cause within in
native cattle to the market and investing but not so now and from full (A) For druggists to receive and possess days thereafter and shall hear
output of the whole country for 0 Sunday morning service, 11:00 <3> alcohol and other intoxicating liquors and testimony la

in a few good hogs and cat- crop the estimate had been considera- last year. California is a close second 0 o'clock; Sunday evening service, 0 such preparations as may be sold by druggist said ly render cause a and decree decide according said cauuse to the and law promPt.and

tle. bly reduced scarcely any one now with 7,268,000 bushels. Then follows 0 7:00; B. Y. P. U., Sunday evenS> for the special hereafter purpose and in the manner the evidence and if said liquor wine or beer

claiming more than a half. crop. The New York with 2,935,000 bushels and ing, 6:45; Wednesday evening <8> for manufacture as now or of medicines provided by that law conform or- is found to be in the corporate limits of the

farmers of the county started a brave Colorado with 2,601,000. 0 prayer service, 7 o'clock. Everybody <> to the provisions of the Pure Food and said shall Town further of declare Starke said in violation of law, be
Madison County-The tobacco has 0 cordially invited to attend. 3" Drug Act of the State of Florida and the liquor wine or beer
fight the
against but the forfeited
evidences and
pest shall
Other states to be heard from order the marshal or any
practically all been harvested in this yet 0 0 United States of America or for bona fide hospitals -
police officer of the said
seem to be that they were not vigi- will or for manufacturers of perfumery and Town to destroy Mid
doubt add several
county and the land is being preparedand no millions o 0 liquor wine or beer in not less than ten day
toilet articles to receive and alcohol
planted to beans. The tobacco enough, as one of them stated to bush. But the production mentionedis <> EPISCOPAL. M. M. Fryer for the use of bona fide patients possess of such 1.o- or more than fifteen days from the date of
us that until a few weeks he could paid decree. The Mayor shall find the value of
ago in itself for in the manufacturing of such medicines
crop as a whole has proven entirley reason national self- 0 in charge. Sunday school, <$> or said liquor wine or beer and the owner or
but little
satisfactory and in spite of the appar- see evidence of its presencein congratulation. There will be beans 0 9:45: a. m.; morning prayer and S toilet or articles flavoring, or extracts for any or common perfumery or other and claimant may take an appeal as in equity
his cotton after picking up and for everybody. We could feed all the 0 11 o'clock evening causes in the State Courts within fifteen day
ent shortage of labor earily in the sea- sermon, ; prayer carrier to ship or transport such liquors or and
son the cured tobacco is now going to burning all the infested squares and armies in the world with that crop. 0 and sermon 7 o'clock; choir rehearsal <5> alcohol for said purposes to such druggists rr in double appeal the amount shall of upon the giving value! of of said a bond liquor
finally he concluded that with the. 0 hospitals or manufacturers of medicines, or of
The bean allowance 7 o'clock, Wednesday wine beer ,
the packing house in good condition. to soldiers is 400 fta'orinlextrarts, or of perfumery or of toilet or operate as a supersedes
coming of the rains to interfere fur rations to a bushel. The crop of our 0 evening. Come and worship with articles in the corporate limits of the raid against the destruction of said liquor wine or
ther work would be too much to undertake four 0 us. Town of Starke. provided that such consigneeor beer only pending the decision of the appeal,
bean states would
great make such
liquor wine beer shall
a or remain in the
St. Johns farmers <$> addressee or his or its duly authorized aeert
I 1 County-The gen- at the same time that ,
feeling full year's ration for more than 24,- shall at the time of delivery to him saId alcohol possession custody and control of the Marshalof
erally manifest a great interest in the what "few" there were in his crop 000,000 soldiers. METHODIST-T. L. Z. Barr, <* or liquors make an affidavit and deliver the aid Town of Starke.

selecting of seed corn in the field. On could not do more than a small dam- 0 pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. <> to such common or other carrier that such at!- I their Section agent 10. shall All common be subject or other to the carriers or

one farm, twenty acres will be gone age. But the little fellows seemed on- MURPHYS GALORE. 0 m. Preaching every Sunday at 3 ed cohnl for or the liquors purposes is ordered specified for and herein will and oe 111"1 the Mayor of the raid Town of Starke Proue&lof to

i over. Fodder pulling as a general ly to multiply the faster by leaps and 011 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer shall in said affidavit name the purpose of produce all necessary papers and shipping ret

practice is a thing of the past in this bounds in number less myriads and 0 meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 be those used specified and that herein it will for be used which for same no ether will ord carrying:!. relative possessing to the and shipment eustody transportation of intoxicating ,

& county. Only about one-fifth of one when after a few days' absence from Probably as much as a thousand 0 o'clock. Junior Epworth League purpose. liquors, wines or beer seized and it shall

4 per cent of the farmers are pulling his fields the truth was forced home acres of Irish potatoes will be planted 0 Sunday afternoon at 3:30.: Senior IBI For any person for the use of ..!m- be unlawful for any person to impede obstruct
or prevent the seizure of such liquors
any'fodder, and this would not havebeen upon him that "eternal vigilance is in Clay county the coming season. Epworth League Sunday evening <> self with or him for, to the personally use of his transport own family to his-esMing wn wine or beer as provided in this ordinance.

done had it not been for a shortage not only the price of liberty" but that Mr. S. E. Strode who has bought the $ at (;:45. A cordial invitation is home, or to possess or to receive from try Section, 11. The said Town of Starke. Florida --
hereby the and condition
in the hay crop. in his case it was the price of at least McDonald farm place at Doctors Inlet 0 extended to all to worship with out common the corporate or other carrier limits of shipped the said from Town with of of the Act of accepts Congress terms known as the Webb-

t half a crop of cotton, amounting to will plant a hundred acres the us. Starke. not exceeding the quantity of one quart Kenyon Act being Senate Bill Number 4045
... several hundred dollars. Wakill Farms is clearing one hundred 0 of intoxicating liquors or wine and not ex which said act is entitled "An Act divesting
intoxicating liquors of their interstate character
I Palm Beach County-This county eet'dinlsix quarts of beer malt where said
far north the From their experience it seems thatit acres of land now that will be planted 6 -Rsv. C. H. beer or malt does not contain more than five in certain cases," and which became slaw
been tick free as'
l + has as
does not pay to give any quarter at to Irish potatoes the Southern Cat- Abernathy, pastor. Sunday percentum of alcohol! during any period of on March 1st., 1913. And the said Ton
Hillsborough canal. During this week of Starke. Florida, hereby enact that all intoxicating
I all if tle will 0 school 9:45 a. m. Preaching ev- <8> thirty consecutive days, or for any common or
and the Company in
which will is to be raised it put a considerable other carrier to ship or transport to liquors, wines or beer of any kind
systematic dipping began any person -
will hereafter be done as the result of acreage and it is certain that <' ery Sunday mornin gat 11; Sunday 3 in the corporate limits of the said Town shipped into the said Town of Starke Florid,
,I free about six hundred square miles constant fighting and watching the several hundred acres will be plantedin 0 evening at 7:30. Prayer of Starke for the personal use of such person from any other State or Territory, or District
between the Hillsborough and West or for the use of the members of his family oft he United States, or place non Several weevil from the time the ground is the West Tocoi section. In and 4) meeting Wednesday evening at 3> residing with him, not exceeding one quart of to, but subject to the jurisdiction of the Unit.
t Palm Beach canals. townships prepared until the cotton is picked. around Green Cove Springs there will 0 7:30 o'clock. Visitors cordially intoxicating liquors or wine and not exceeding ed States and consigned to within the corporate
I of the West Palm Beach limits of the said Town of Florida -
north six of beer Starke
quarts or where said beer
et canal will be freed of ticks by removing Consequently, it now appears that a be a considerable acreage, and also in 4 invited to worship with us. $> malt does not contain more than five percen or in violation of this ordinance i* hereby
great many of the farmers in this the Doctors Inlet and Middleburg sec 0 0 tum of alcohol during any period of thirty deelared unlawful, and prohibited and all of
'J cattle for about six months. said shall
all tion. 0000000000000000tttttittttttttt consecutive days. intoxicating liquors wines or beer
. county will arrange for the crops for be subject to seizure forfeiture and dtrl
the coming year along different lines (tC) For any priest or minister of any religious tion from the time of its arrival within tilt
A. E. WALL BUYS FARM. denomination or sect to receive and I
corporate limits of the said Town.
than before. LEMONS WHITEN AND t possess wanes for sacramental purpose, or Section 12. That in all eases of seizure U

f BEAUTIFY THE SKIN + LEGAL NOTICES ship for any or common transport carrier for said or purposes other carrier to \o I provided herein the Mayor. Marshal or Pollee
Officer *
Theo. Tison has sold to A. E. Wall and Town Clerk shall receive W
priest minister of
any religious denomination :
MATURE.If tttftftttt4'tft4
+ + fees and mileage as in other cases except
I his farm of 80 about onethirdof or sect.Section
acres, addition to mileage the marshal or other police "
which is cleared land. One branchof Make This ORDINANCE NO 97. 6. That it shall be unlawful 'or anyexpress officer shall receive a fee of one dollar for
Company railroad
Cove road Beauty Lotion AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED AN company, or any such seizures when the quantity of intoxicating
the Starke and Green common other carrier
to deliver
you have a grain crop growing in Cheaply For Your ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE RECEIPT Seating any Intox- liquors wines or beer so seized does not exceed
Face liquors wines beer
traverses the land and the other the field it will be well to let it OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS, WINES OR I other than the consignee or addressee to any person in quantity twenty gallons, and in ease where
or in
ma- BEER FROM: A COMMON OR OTHER CAR person the quantity of intoxicating liquor wine or
branch runs along its south side. Part Arms Neck and Hands. I i of such shipment
or transportation
ture this year rather than to cut it for RIER PROHIBITING THE POSSESSION OF I as i ro- beer so seized exceed in quantity twenty II -
, I. of the land is high and will make an hay. Crab grass and beggar weed will SUCH LIQUORS HEREAFTER RECEIVED and vided such for in common paragraph or other B of carrier Section 6 hereof low, such marshal or other police officer shall
'' excellent and the balance FROM A COMMON OR OTHER CARRIER and he. it receive a fee of five c'ollars for such seizure.
,,. '
pecan grove, furnish an ample hay crop; the grains At the cost of a small jar of ordi- AND PROHIBITING THE SHIPMENT AND or of their whether agents are charged with anovadg e said fee for seizure not becoming due rata;
:\ is alluvial land formed by washings will be needed for PERSONAL TRANSPORTATION OF SUCH any shipment or tral\'lnrtat"I'1 the from
quantities Tnipved the
feeding as grain. nary cold cream one can prepare a full ea-ried by them contains so seized are
intoxicating I'IJUTS
from the sand hills which with little LIQUOR INTO THE CORPORATE LIMITS I la said
; a place of
; This is wines beer, and of seizure to the Mayor' office
I and especially true of nee, says quarter pint of the most wonderful OF TilE TOWN OF STARKE BRADFORD whether the person w ro Town or to the place of storage used by the
drainage will make first rate cane represents to such
Spencer of the University of Florida mon skin softener and complexion COUNTY. FLORIDA THE SAID BRADFORD that he is the common or other carrier said Marshal or other police officer for luel
corn land. This is the second farm ac- consignee or addressee is in
-I extension division. Rice makes a beautifier, by squeezing the juice of fact the consignee or addressee of such ship purpose. ?
Mr. and good VOTED AGAINST THE SALE OF Section 13. In all hereunder where
quired by Wall being a eases
good hay but it also ment or transportation and of whether such
crop makes a two fresh lemons into a bottle containing SUCH LIQUORS WINES OR BEER. FROM addressee is necessary to prove that the County of Braa-
abun- consignee has
farmer, he will grow crops in good grain crop usually. Go into your three ounces of orchard white OUTSIDE THE STATE OF FLORIDA OR through it or or him noe exceeding received one quart by of or ford of the State of Florida has voted aniMt
dance. fields when they and if Care should I BETWEEN ANY POINT OR POINTS WITHIN intoxicating liquors or wines and the sale of intoxicating: liquors. wine or beer,
are blooming be taken not exceed
to strain the
Mr. Tison has moved with his fam juice STATE OF FLORIDA AND ing six quarts of beer malt the sworn certificate of the clerk of the Circuit -
you see the heads are going to fill, through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp THE SAID CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE thirty consecutive days or and shall within the last Court of the said county to that effect
ily to his place near F. C. Haislop's.GET leave them to mature. If SAID TOWN OF STARKE FLORIDA. WITH keep a record shall be conclusive and the best evidence of
they do not gets in, this this lotion will keep fresh CERTAIN EXCEPTIONS : WHETHER INTENDED of such shipments and transportations of that fact.
fill the crop may then be cut for hay.It for months. FOR such liquors, or wine or beer or malt together
READY. Every woman knows that PERSONAL USE OR OTHER. with the date of delivery and the Section 14. That if. for any reason any aeo-
will sometimes happens that rice lemon juice is used to bleach and remove WISE. AND AUTHORIZING THE SEIZ to it, him or them by the consignee original receipt tion or part of this Ordinance ihall be held ,
Now is the time that hens URE AND DESTRUCTION OF SUCH LIQUORS. or shad ,
your -
unconstitutional then that fact
addressee or invalid
blooming during the rainy does of such shipment which {
season such
blemishes as freckles sal- WINES OR BEER. PROVIDING at all
moult or shed their feathers. This times be to not invalidate fry other part of this Or4
open by the
not produce much grain. That whichblooms FOR FEES FOR OFFICERS IN SUCH Marshal
lowness CASES
is rather slew and Nature and tan and is the ideal skin AND MAKING or any police officer and or Town Attorney nance but the same ihall be enforced ltb01.
process later is more likely to make a softener, whitener and beautifier. CERTIFICATE OF CLERK of the said Town of Starke. reference to the part so held to be invalid. .. !
should be assisted. B. A. Thomas'Poultry CIRCUIT COURT BEST EVIDENCE OF Section 7. That Section 15. That all Ordinances and pCof -
good crop. I Just it! Get three CERTAIN FACTS IN CERTAIN CASES. any person firm club association
try of
Remedy will help your hens to ounces or corporation and or the agen't or ordinances in conflict with the provmo"of
I orchard white at any drug store and BE IT agents employee or employees of either violating this Ordinance are hereby repealed.
moult, causing them to shed earlier ORDAINED by the Town Council of Section 16. That this ordinance she bee
. Safeguards. two lemons from the grocer and makeup the Town of Starke. Bradford County State any of the provisions of this ordinance, *** *
' and be ready to lay when eggs are shall upon conviction, be fined not less than come effective immediately upon its pa *
Here Is an advertisement of a quarter pint of this sweetly frag of Flordia: twenty-five dollars and approval
higher in the winter. If this remedy an extremely nor more than five hundred -
Section 1. That it shall be unlawful for dollars be Passed by Town Council in adjourned anaorthis
or imprisoned
lemon in
rant lotion and the
i does not make good we will.-D. C. mannish vest lined with peen massage it daily any person firm or corporation to receive directly not more than sixty days or by Town both Jail for 13th day of Augnat A. D. IMJ--
Jones, Starke, Aug. 3-10-17-24-31. de cygne, but even If we can't find into the face neck, arms and hands. or indirectly intoxicating liquors winesor imprisonment in the discretion of the fine Mayor and: E. S. MATTHEWLSEAL

: ....... out In time what peen de cygne Is we It is marvelous to smoothen rough red said beer Town, from of a common Starke, or of other Bradford carrier County in the for Section any violation 8. That of any this warrant or affidavit Attest( ) President of COddL

'. pUas Cued Ise to If DQa suppose we can guard against puttingon hands. (96) Florida the said Town of Starke being situated negative the exceptions herein ordinance contained need not C.:A. FUTCH
will wfoad U on our wife's by mistake in the said Bradford county. Florida that intoxicating or
your droffiM money t by looking and the said ;. liquors wine or beer Town Clerk.

,j i I OINTMENT> (fall to core aoyca of ItchingutodalecdingorProtradisPiteaia6to14dsva. for the drawstrlns.- -Columbus (0.) Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell heretofore voted Bradford against county the sale, Florida of intoxicat having ed was for received any of, possessed the purposes) shipped set out or in transport Section A.Approved D. 19lT. by me this %!na au of Agpt,

t Tb ftrtt appUction gives Ease and KesL SOc Journal. everybody. Advertise. ing liquors wines or beer whether intended 5 hereof but such exceptions may be relied
for personal upon JOE HILL WILLIAMS.
use or otherwise and whether as a defense and the burden of
establish 8-24-tf. (Copy) JlaJO'o

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i fi UNDER FIRE"r.

I: A Stirring and Romantic Story of the War in Europe

I' That Teems With Love, Intrigue and Adventure TLi

J Will Start in the Bradford County Telegraph .

: of September 7th, 1917. .


From the first chapter to the last, "Under Fire" fairly teems with action. m

:. ;It is a vivid presentation of the things which are taking
: w ,', place day by day in the world conflict. It reveals the secrets -
I : .' of the spy system, takes you to Belgium at the time of
I :..;v the invasion of that country, pictures life in the trenches, ,
! .N';.. +\ :? and through it all runs a gripping,romantic tale of love and
romance. There's a beautiful woman who marries a German

yt 1> spy believing him to be French. There is a handsome ,.

T f.,,. 4'N:::>+",.. --: Irish secret service man for love of whom, and in devotion
:tz to her country, the beautiful woman Iii _

4 : becomes a spy within the German lines. ,32 _/
There is that thrilling first ride of German

soldiers through unsuspecting Belgium as vvtiipii
seen by a quick-witted and exceedingly
'' humorous American newspaper corresJ, J
:;: pondent. And there are quick actions,

S heart-gripping situations, a deep love interest Vdc4LJ1 '
S. I
and one climax after another that _
will make you watch for each succeeding
installment. "Under Fire" is without doubt
Stopped in the Nick of Time one of the best and most entrancing of the '
from information: the This is
conveying to enemy. ,
but one of the hundreds of thrilling incidents in the stories written based on the "For God'i Saki:,Don't." &h.ot Me LIkThat.
story of shot and shell intrigue and catastrophy
based on the war in Europe which will be printed in The Heroine of"Under Fire":ducovered
struggle I Europe. in the act of telephoning Important
this paper in serial form. In
information to the French army.

During the coming year it is likely there will be many stirring events. It will no doubt be r
the greatest year of the great world war. In some of the activities of the battlefield Brad- 1
ford County young men are sure to be involved. The Bradford County Telegraph will
keep you posted as fully as possible about everything that affects Bradford County soldiers, L
besides giving the news of all the principal features of the great world struggle as they
develop. Besides our fiction and general news service, the Telegraph. will continue to
publish all the home news, the minutes of the County Boards, the news of the courts, the .
public sales and a hundred and one other matters that are of interest to home people. To
farmers our Farm Page alone is worth the price of the subscription.Subscription .

. only $1.50 per year, less than 3 cents a week. Make all remittances to the




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.. L csfri spending some time here with rela-I ton weighing 2,464 pounds.Mr. FREEDOM OF SEAS GUARAN1 1 avowed that he will be a CUdi.dat;

tins and friends returned to her home ,J and Mrs. Warren Addison and I TEED TO ARGENTINE SHIPPINGAlso I the offiee.in the next general c

.. at Lukens last Wednesday.Mrs. wife, of Jacksonville, are spending a I
been few with his brother and + + + + + + + + + + +
Clarence Newsom has days family, Agrees to Pay Indemnity to Own- ;;, + + ,
quite ill at the home of her father, C. D. Addison. Mr. Addison is in the era of Steamer Toro. i + SPECIAL EDITION OF TII!

News Items Mr. C. W. Aadreu. She is slowly im- employ of the Jacksonville Traction + TELEGR.PH.On *"
proving at this writing.Dr. Company. :. + September" 7th the ;r..;

Tribble, cf LaCrosse, was on Mrs. J. D. Cobb and children, Sam BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 2s.-Ger- + graph will publish!: the lay, of ,

professional business here last week. and Virginia, accompanied by Mrs. B. many's reply to Argentina's note embodying {: + general nature passed by the b atl

: Gathered During the Week >by OurRegular Mr. D. W. Pinholster and son, Dew- R. Newsom, left here for a visit to demands in connection with j I + legislature. The edition win .i'i'
fact j
; Correspondents. ey, of Lake Butler, were here on business Pittsburg, Pa. their native home.Theywill the submarine campaign as affecting + sist of 2,500 copies and as Mat! .
Monday. be gone for a few months. They Argentine shipping has teen: received. I + as possible these papers wfflt.1

Several of our citizens visited the I were accompanied as far as Jacksonville In official circles it was stated that the 1.I + sent into every home in Bradt,.. f

county seat Tuesday. by :3Ir. J. D. Cobb taking a boat reply was satisfactory. r + county. J'",
.j I r r are urged to be present.A I M. P. Matheny is having a short cot- from that city to their de tir.ation. The note says that Germany, "in :.;; +' This win afford business a*. .f, .
1 RISING. movement i is on foot here to install [ ton gin added to his gin plant. He is Major E. S. Matthews, Master Eu- order to maintain friendly relations 1 i + of the county an excellent im ,.II 'I -..

I t dipping vat so as to be near about ready to start up his gins., gene Matthews and Mr. J. C. Robin- 'I with Argentina, is willing to modify I I. tunity to make their opening I ;.
'" t meeting closed last San- to the farmers who wish to rid their P. D. Taylor of Worthington, attended son, all of the Telegraph staff, were her blockade of enemy coasts, allowing + ir.ess announcements for the filj "
4 Our revival in last Monday on business. freedom of the seas to vessels under + and winter season *"
I Considering the rainy time cattle of the ticks and thus add a large church here Sunday.Mr. our city j ;
I day night. week meetng was very profit to their income. All who are John Surrency, who has been The circulars that the Bradford the Argentine flag carrying food." I! + Remember that the coaiiB-

I t we had attended.last our I interested in the building of a'at visiting relatives here for the past County Telegraph has distributed in The note also promises the paymentof I j + season is to be the biggest k Iii .

f,' I well and Sunday our church should see J. S. Norman at once and week returned to his home at Adel, our section has caused a great deal of an indemnity for the sinking of i i + r.ess season that Bradford coant.Il

". Saturday well represented. I' let's get busy. Ga., Monday.Mrs. interest in many, as every home in the Argentine steamer Toro by a German II + has ever known. Present eon& \

.: J and Messrs.sing was Raulerson and Woods, living Mrs. J. R. Sapp, of Lawtey is vis- Aaron Bailey and daughter, Bradford county will receive a copy of I submarine.. + tions indicate that the cotton era, I;

Macclenny, attended church iting relatives here this week. Thelma and niece, Miss Minnie Lee the Telegraph that will be printed on I This indemnity is to be arranged by + alone will rir.t from $1.500_ t1

; ; here near Saturday and Sunday. j i Messrs. J. S. Norman, 0. J. Phillips Hilton, of Lake Butler, visited friends Sept. 7th, which will contain all of German and Argentine appraisers.The 1 + to S2OOOfO
also''I to Tuesday. here last week. the laws of Florida recently enacted, + added a large sum for beef,
Mr. Sam Norman and family, motored over Lawtey note which received by the PGrt, .
; and family, of the Those wishing to subscribe to the Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Warren and son, as well as the beginning of a very was + potatoes and other product.
f Mr. F. M. Norman last night consists of fif- .!
I Vanderbilt settlement, attended church : TelegtapS or contribute any news matter Myers, of Clayno, attended services thrilling war story, Under Fire," government teen The foreign minister and 1 + The merchants who will Pit
'I I will please leave same with 0. J. here Sunday. which will be run from week to week pages. I + the largest share of the f&I11J1i a|

} J here Rev.last and Sunday.Mrs. X. T. King, of Starke, I I Phillips, who is the correspondent of Mrs. Dave Dukes, of Alachua, is till completed. "Under Fire" gives a President Irigayen spent the this note morning which i + winter business will be tkose, a.;
conferring regarding
!, 4 church here Saturday and I this place. Full details of the drafted visiting here this week. true picture of the war in Europe in will for + go after it with the greatest ri .4
Sunday men of the county will be given, also The president of the Seaboard Air all its details. probably be given out publi- I + or. I*

Line and other officials Last Friday, Saturday and Sundaythe cation ttmorrow. + The September 7th :
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jackson also Mr. the latest war news. Railway high editiaa: rf I :
Mrs. 0. J. Jackson attended passed through here Sunday afternoonin Primitive Baptist held their reg- Both the Foreign Minister and the I + the Telegraph will afford the beg I*

, and church last Saturday and Sunday at WTEY.I their private cars, making an inspection ular annual meeting at Swift Creek, President were outspoken in their indignation I + opportunity of the season tat
j I. i Swift Creek. I j i'L trip over the Wannee branch, which was conducted by Elders Robt. today that an intimation of + reach everyone with your bas-fV.
l Dukes Joe ]] Will and the contents of the note was given to I +
1 The singing class will have their I returning Sunday night. Kelly, Moody ness announcement. Noadnact*
IiJil next Saturday at Rising I I Mr. J. P. Edwards, of Jacksonville, Rev. D. L. Phillips, of Lawtey, delivered George Fowler. On Sunday there was an afternoon newspaper by Count von ', + in our advertising rates try: be 4

i I sing again invited to attend. i was visiting relatives and friends in a sermon to a large and attentive as many as 3,000 persons present, and Luxburg, the German minister, before | + made for this issue. Engage part

i ;t I, church.Sunday school Everybody is held every Sunday !' Lawtey last Friday and Saturday.Mr. audience at the Free Will Bap- wagon loads of refreshments were it was made public by the Argentine + space now and begin to prepare f 1

, f \' afternoon. Come and assist us in this Enoch Griffis was transacting tist church Saturday and Sunday.Mr. served and plenty left to have fed government + your copy. '* :

... : work. I business in Jacksonville last: Friday. Geo. Crosby, of Jacksonville, is many more. Quite a number from oth- 1' + + + + + + + + + + + + .f.

{ The singing class met at the home Henry Bennett visited Pablo Beach visiting his parents here this week. er denominations attended and were ATTORNEY GENERAL WEST APPOINTED -

l I of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Wednesday last Sunday. Mrs. W. Brown and little daughter, well taken care of, and who appreciated TO SUPREME BENCH i YOUNG MAX KILLS HIMSELF '

night to practice singing. Miss Lee Galloway, who has been Willie Mae, of Hampton, visited relatives the kind attention'shown them. --- I WHEN CALLED FOR DRAft

i I The Rising settlement has plenty spending a few days here with her I here last week. Mr. E. Klondes proprietor of the I Thomas }I. Shackleford Resigns to I -

I I t parents, Rev. and Mrs. A. T. Galloway, Lake Butler restaurant, made a busi-
Mr. L. L. Connerin't Enter Practice of Law.
cf boll weevils so 'I I I TAMPA Aug. 29.-Six !hours
; I t the I returned to Memphis, Tenn., the first ness trip to Jacksonville last Monday. ifo
I alone worrying RAIFORD. he received notice that he wai :
of the week. Rev W. W. McCord of Sale I II ojy
e part City,
destroying all the top crop Su-i for examination before
: They are the
I I ReT.. S. Stark preached last Sun- Ga., who conducted a successful reviral Utmtille.J i
of cotton. I board in District No. 3 for
preme Court Justice Thomas M. the dnft
both morning and evening, at in Lake Butler months ,
A day, J. H. Denmark went to Jacksonville]] some ago
the dead of
body Armando 1
Shackleford of the Court ;
I Supreme Rodrifatt
I I Grace M. E. church. Monday, where he purchased a new I and one at Raiford more recently, was I
: GRAHAM. Rev. A. T. Galloway, of the M. E. car, having sold his Ford to B. D. An- in our little city Thursday for a few has tendered his resignation to Gover-I age father twenty-four Pedro was found by Kit;
Catts. The Rodriguez in
I church, South, filled his regular ap- drews a few days before. hours, taking dinner with Mr. and nor resignation an ..j
at Baldwin last Sunday.Rev. Mrs. A. C. Wadsworth. Mr. McCord mediately accepted and the Governor house at their home in West TtB &c" 1
; ponntment
! j Warren Whitten went to the
Lieut. A. J. Thomas, of Starke, was I. I announced the appointment of Attor- last night. The young man had '
filled his co- ;
W. L. O\'erstreet closed
reg- in
I with Mr. a meeting Mississippia
city Denmark, returning in camp
1 : a visitor to our little town Monday : ular monthly appointment at the Law- the new car. few days ago, coming from thereto ney General Thomas F. West to fill mitted suicide by hanging himself.Et *.
; evening. : the used a heavy cord, doubled,with ant"
tey Baptist church last Saturday and,: D. Lennin made business to Raiford where he preached to a vacancy.
a trip i
Mr. Perman Roberts, of Massey'sCollege The resignation of Justice Shackle-i ter in the roof of the outhouse is &
Sunday. large and appreciative congregation
Jacksonville, was a week-end Jacksonville Monday, returning Tues- ford does not for it improvised gallows. i
come unexpected,
Mrs. M. A. Torode, who has been Sunday night. He will be in Floridafor .
day evening. '
visitor to this place. I time visiting at St. has been reported here for the past Rodriguez was notified to appear W.;
Sirs. several
spending some
- s Messrs. R. W. Surrency, Chesley'Fogg D. M. Boney and her daughter, week ten that he seriously fore the board Thursday
or days was morning TSiT
George, Ga., returned here last week Mr. W. T. of
Haislop Jacksonville
Miss Beatrice of Ocala here this ,
M. Kohn
and H.
Bevill he
F. family made
from the benchto say no comment
considering retiring "
II and is a guest at the home of her son, week visiting Mrs. Boney's daughter, who is connnected with W. H. Hall, ac-
were recent visitors to Jacksonville, again enter the private practice of he received notice and did not
Mr. W. E. Torode. Mrs. Clem Purvis. They have been countant is with the Overstreet Hard- ,11
made the in the worried and
having trip law. had not at any time
Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and chil- spending some time at Pablo Beach ware and Furniture Co., this week,
car. I dren, of Starke, were guests Sundayat and Jacksonville. Mrs. Purvis visited assisting Mr. Overstreet with his Justice Shackleford has been a mem- statement as to whether he
i Misses Carrie and Georgia Mills the home of Mrs. M. E. Edwards. them at the beach last week. books. ber of the supreme bench of the state to serving in the army. ;

Estelle Lanier and the Misses Dubose Mr. and Mrs. Rhode Addison, of Mrs. for a long period of years, and twice Ai
Howard F.
i Stanton
Messrs. B. D. Kelly and J. T. Lewis of this
and Mrs. W. F. Harley, of Starke. held the chief His BILL FOR PAKTmOX. :
at the home of Mr. and Campville, are spending a few days made an auto trip to Levy county two place, and Mrs. Spencer Hall; of Tam justiceship. term In Circuit Court Bradford Conty. Tfl .;
were visiting here this week visiting relatives.Mr. who have been would not expire for several years to In Chanerrr. 4
last two weeksin
Mrs. E. T. Stewart Sunday afternoon. days week, going by way of pa spending J. Reirensteiii! Conpany 3
those who attended "Big and Mrs. Ury Gunter, of Jacksonville Starke and Gainesville. They found Atlanta, returned to their homes come. A Corporation. 1
Among i were guests the latter part good roads all through Alachua and last Tuesday. The appointment of Attorney Gen- Complainant.! *' :
at Swift Creek Sunday were .
August" of last week of Mrs. Gunter's parents Miss eral West to the supreme bench by TI -
Levy counties but refuse to discuss Richard, after spendinga
t j Dr. W. H. Thomas, Mr. C. B. Roberts B. W. Hodjja.! et at Bill for P< x15
Governor Catts is
:I I I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Futch. week with a high tribute to S.
the roads they encountered in Brad- pleasant her sister, Mrs. dc* U Appear. '
i and son, Perman Mrs. C. B. Roberts, Mr. Paul L. Dinkins was a visitor to H. K. Roberts at Guilford returned the work of the head of the legal department The State of Florida-to Jeanie fade 14..|
1 jliss Mrs. W. H.
Lucile Brown and i .
ford.S. man and R. R. Hoffman. Greeting:
of the
and fills
state it
1'bomas. !,I' Jacksonville Saturday and Sunday. W. Tillis, of Loughman, .wasv in home last Monday.Mr. a It baring been shown by affidavit that ... .
/ Clarence Futch, who has been em- town last week and bought the Saxoncar I B. R. Newsom, another Lake life-long ambition he has entertained.Who defendant Jennie Maud Hoffman aW L a'
$ Miss Ida Dowling, after completinga will succeed Hon. T. F. Hoffman. her has band, ideafa
are BOB- fl
for the three or four West
course of study at Massey's Business I ployed past that has been the property of the Butler boy, went to Starke last Tues- the state of Florida, and that the ......fl
Jacksonville is home with her months in Savannah, Ga., and Jacksonville Citizens Bank of Raiford.Thursday's day to pass a physical examinationand as Attorney General is a question that said defendant 'a at Akron Ohio. 1M lg
College, returned here last Sunday. for remains to be settled. Certain friendsof said defendants are over the at* of tw8Iro
election was quiet, withno get ready Uncle Sam. He was
parents Mr. and Mrs. R. Dowling. one rears. .
Miss Gracie Fogg is visiting in the | Postmaster R. B. Jackson was a unpleasant incidents. Great inter- accepted by the board and certified for the governor are confident that he It is therefore ordered considered and ad
'' business visitor to Hampton one day est was taken in the election of service. will appoint his old friend, W. W. judged and the said Defendant Jeanie laid
home of her brother, Hon. C. Fogg, of mar- Hoffman and R. R. Hoffman, her *
of DeFuniak theGovernor's HthtH.
last week. Flournoy, Springs,
this place. Miss Fogg has been attending I shal, however, this being the only con- Mr. J. D. Toole, of Punta Gorda, is appear to the Complainant's Bill of Coawbtx.
.. the summer school of the Uni- I' Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Moseley and tested office. This was manifested by now bookkeeper for the Lake Butler home town. Colonel Flour- to partition the foUovint'deseribei h.4 __.

versity of Florida. She will teach : son, Albert, spent Sunday at Kingsleylake. the fact that there were sixtysevenvotes Bank He succeeded Mr. R. H. Willi- noy was chief counsel for the Governor State ing and of being Fknda.in to-wit the County: of Bradford at:
in the the
again in the high school-department of cast out of a registration of sev ford, who has enlisted in the navy and litigaiton over guberna- :North half of Southwest garter tl b*>,
.".' Marianna School. Mr. T. H. Byrd, of Raiford, was .a enty-eight with several registered- will soon entertain the Kaiser. torial nomination. Other friends of tion S. Township 6. South Baas S Ea...for
J-the High before the 1st dar of October A.TX Im.iin
visitor to the Governor believe that there is
Lawtey Sunday.
ters out of town. Both the Little Basil, of Mr. and Mrs. M. a
Mr. C. B. Roberts has bought something aspirants son default whereof a decree pre confer ear
I. Mrs. M. E. Edwards was a visitor have friends E. McDaniel chance that he will appoint J. B. be entered against the said Jennie Msa4 B*
like twenty bales of cotton al- many here and the vote age 5 years, died at New .;:
I i to Jacksonville Monday. Hodges, of Lake City, at present a man and R. R. Hoffman ber aatbtai '"TIt
River last
ready. He is paying present day mar- ; was close Marshal-elect Denmark Wednesday night of hookworm is farther ordered that the Botie W,* !
Miss of Tallahassee of the Board of Control. Mr.
Amanda member
ket prices and his gins are running winning over the present encumbentby after an illness of one week. Robed in the Bradford County Tekcrayk, ,'
: almost i was the guest last week of only five votes. Mr. Reynolds has The funeral services were conductedby Fodves was one of the Governor'smost neinpaper published at Starke ia Bra4M !
steadily. County. Florida once each week for Iffseentne Mr
Mrs. T. S. Stark. active workers
I held the office for two years by elec- Rev. J. B. Crews, and the little body preceding gen- weeks *
Mrs. Alfred Pickard of Bradentown, tion and filled an unexpired term of laid to rest in the Sapp cemetery. Mr. Hal election. In WITNESS WHEREOF I MOW Wno
'. GUILFORD. I was the guest last week at the home his and Mrs. Assistant Attorney General 0. C. set my hand and affixed the seal of oar__'
predecessor.Mr. McDaniel were residents of this the 3\th D.
on day of AurosL A. Itll i
I lof her daughter, Mrs. R. K. Davis. Henry Rosenberg, of Lake'Butler Lake Butler quite a while, and their Andrew believes that by his long ser- Seal'W .WHii. 4_
She is spending this week with relatives **'ce as assistant under General West r Ctai!
was a prominent visitor in Rai- many friends extend to them their
Prof. J. M. Groover closed his school By C A. KXIGHT. i
at Bryceville.Mr. that he is entitled
ford Tuesday. Mr. Rosenberg is one sympathy in this their hour of dis- to promotion : A. V. LONG. DepotOs] *'
r"- Friday, after a most successful term. T. E. Adams went to Pablo of the leading merchants of Lake But- tress. if the tender is not made him he hx Solicitor for Complainant $4141t!
Dick Hewitt and Purvis Mott, of Beach Sunday and returned with his
Lake Butler, were at J. E. Douglass' ler.The Mrs. G. H. Scrfield and daughter, -- -j
family who had been spending week
last week, buying up hogs. there. a -"'. following attended the "Big August" Miss Mary, of Inverness, were the hi
meeting at Swift Creek Sun- guests of Mrs. Sarah Douglass last
Mr. Lonzo Blackwelder and
family Mrs. J. H. Moore returned home last dar: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whitten and Friday. They left Saturday to spenda i !
; visited friends and relatives here Sat Saturday from Tennessee, where she L LACK MAMMOTH JACK F
urday and Sunday. I It several weeks relativesand little daughter, W. I. Roberts and family few days with her aunt, Mrs. Dukesat
spent visiting B. D. Andrews and J. S. Dukes.
Mr. Marion Douglass and family, of friends.Mr. family,
Providence, attended church at Swift McCormick and several friends, N. T. Mr. E. 0. Roberts, formerly with the REGISTEREDFOR
and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard visited -
Creek Sunday. I I Ritch and several friends. There were Lake City Pharmacy, is now with the s

Rev. J. R. Dukes, of Dukes, filled ; of the relatives in the the first northeastern part of part last several, whose names we were unableto i Tomlinson-Maines Drug Co., of this SERVICE OR FOR SALE f
get, who went in the L.

biB Creek regular church appointment Friday, Saturday at Swift and week.Andrew home from B. Z. Matthews has just completed Sapp car. ity.Mr.. E. P. Wilson, Mrs. T. C. Wilson 5 Years old. Weight 800 pounds. .
Lowery came
; the fourth well for Wm. Whitehead on and daughter, Lucy, of Gull Point, and

1 Sunday.Miss Trudie Thomas, of Worthing-|j. Columbia! board, S. C.at, to Starke go before Tuesday.Mr. the.examining his property in Raiford. This makesa Mrs. C. T. Johnson, of Trenton, are T. H. RIMES LAKE BUTLER FLA."i

deep well at each of Mr. Whitehead's visiting with parents, Dr. and Mrs. B.
I ton, was a guest of Miss Effie Doug- i J. H. Moore was visitor to
in town. P. Wilson this
lass cottages week. '
Saturday night. .
Messrs. J. T. Lewis and B. D. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Warren and fam- --- -- -
1 Prof. J. M. Groover returned to his
Hon. W. G. Seals of Hampton, wasa
I home, Graham, Monday. I I visitor to Lawtey, Tuesday. went to'Middleburg in the latter's car ily, who have been living at St. Peters- I 0 ,

t i Mr. Moses Coleman and family of Messrs. A. H. Harley and James Wednesday.Two burg for the past several years, are
i Starke, visited relatives here cars of long staple cotton were the guests of Mrs. B. M. Wilson Mrs. I
Godwin were transacting business in II
I day and Sunday.J. satur-I loadedjiere Tuesday.Hon. Warren's sister, this week. They will
Starke Tuesday
t. H. W. Raiford, state prison inspector again l live at I
E. Douglass has lately had as Mr. X. T. Peoples left Friday for Worthington, their for- IMPROVING-
I: was a week-end visitor at his mer home, after this week.
guests, several of his brothers and i !
Jacksonville, where he has secured employment -
friends from other counties. as carpenter.Mr home last week. Rev. H. Blake is in receipt of a let- : a

} Miss Anita Richard, accompanied Saturday was a big day for Raiford.A ter from Rev. Kendall, who is in At-
.M. L. Loadholtz was visitor to
a !
I :
i by her brother-in-law, Mr. H. K. Roberts Scarke the first part of the week. i great quantity of cotton was hauledto lanta under medical treatment and reports I ,
attended church at Swift Creek town and brought good prices and that he is getting along nicely.He I. I'
Mr. T. Sapp and son and daughter; i
; Sunday. the mprchants were busy all day. One has a complication of catarrhal .
"f Palmetto, are visiting in near
i John Gcoover was visitor to Providence T-"vtey this week. merchant who has been in business ; troubles.Mr. I i iI
here for several stated that the and Mrs. A. C. :
years Wadsworth and I
Thursday and Friday.
Mr. Jacob Bundel. of Starke was a That's business and
Oscar Alderman was in Providence last day was the best dav's business he had baby took a trip to Jacksonville lastMonday. our
:'i;i'or to Lawtey Thursday.
ever done in his life. Thousands of .
i Thursday selling cotton. D'-. E. L. Bietrs was business visitor :
a -
I Mr. C. C. McCall and family attended to Jacksonville: ]) )Ionda '. dollars changed hands during the day. 1 :.st' Saturday was a record break- our stock of Auto Paints, ,

church'at Swift Creek Sunday. I! Messrs. L. H. Hill and W. F. Godwin ing day for business in our little city.

i The people in and around Guilfordare I were transacting business at Sapp LAKE BUTLER. From early morning to late at night i : Top Dressing, Seat Finish,

busy picking cotton.WOODLAWN station Wednesday. wagon loads of the fleecy staple were :

hauled in, some amounting to many : Body Polish and Shellac
A quiet wedding took place in Midway thousand of pounds. A good price was i

't PARK. BROOKER- near Lake Butler, this week, the paid and the happy farmers, with their will make look i'

i contracting parties being Mr. B. R. wagons loaded with goods, wended your car '

l ; Elder D. L. Phillips was a visitor tot Quite a number of people from this Newsom, of Lake Butler, and Miss their way home in the evening, singing ,, ,I '

: n Brooker Saturday and Sunday. place attended the annual meeting of Mary H. Thompson, of Pittsburg Pa., merrily. like new. Try it before ,

I Il I Mr. R. B. Green was transacting the Primitive Baptists at Swift Creek Rev. Reuben Crawford officiating.Mr. .

I business in Lawtey Monday Sunday.Mr. Newsom is an excellent young WAR BILL AMOUNTING TO winter.

i t Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman motoredover and Mrs. Alvin McKinney ac- man and of good character. He is in SIUOO.000,000 TO BE PASSED !

to Starke Monday on business. companied by their sister, Miss Mabelof the employ of the Standard Oil Co. -

i Mr. 0. J. Phillips was transacting Louise were visitors here last Friday Mrs. Xewsom is the sister of Mrs. J.

j business at Theressa last week. afternoon. D. Cobb, of this place, and has beenon WASHINGTON, Aug. 28-The passage : I II

A sing was given at the home of The stork visited at the home of a visit here for some time., She ex- by Saturday night of an eleven I

Mrs. R. M. Prevatt Thursday night. A Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey last Wednesday pects to resume her duties in the and a half billion dollar war bond and I I K. -r-st

large party of both old and young people leaving a fine girl school room in Pittsburg, where she is certificate bill by the House was pre- I

i I were present and songs were sung Mr. Riley Wasdin, of Graham, wasa one of their valued teachers. Mr. dicted by Leader Kitchin. : Quigly Lumber & Supply Co.

until a late houn All report a See visitor here Saturday afternoon.Mr. Newsom will be called to the colors in

time. "*' """ and Mrs. Frank Cellon, of An- a few days. "Boss" intended to secure Starke Fla.

There will be preaching here next tioch, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. a wife before he'went away. 1 single grateful thought turned I ,

Saturday night and Sunday at 11 a. m. B. Shaw Sunday. Mr. H. K. Roberts sold to Mr. G. W. heavenward Is the most perfect prayer..

and 7 p. m. by Elder W. F. Walters. Miss Olga Ward, who has been Alderman last Tuesday 6 bales of cot- Lesaing.S. .




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