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: September 14, 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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tabihed 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months,' 75 Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.

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....:- i of Provisional Govern-

of Messages by Teuton Minister.


BUENOS AIRES, Sept. 12.-The -


>: COLORED MEN WILL BE SENT 40,000 MEN WHEN WORK IS scene of the wildest disorders tonight KILLING DONE IN SELF DE- W. WERE TO HINDER U. S. IN

i r FORWARD AT THIS TIME. COMPLETED. PROVISIONAL TROOPS SENT oml I I in demonstrations connection with, in which great thousands anti-German of FENSE, APPARENTLY.Sunday CONDUCT OF THE WAR. I1

I Argentina citizens took part. Many -

i Twenty-two young Bradford county Florida has also been favored withan COMMUNICATIONS TO'I of those in the mobs carried firebrandsand the sheriff's office received a WASHINGTON, Sept. .-Numerous 4

men recently selected for army serviceare army cantonment, to be located at IMPEDE PROGRESS OF KORN- as a result scores of buildings telephone message from Brooker, stating indictments for conspiracy to _

scheduled to leave Starke on the Black Point, near Jacksonville, and it ILOFF ON PETROGRAD. were set on fire. Several blocks of that a murder had been committedat thwart the government's war plans $

\, 9:30 train Thursday morning, September will be for the training of men and officers I German business houses in Calle 25 de the Warren turpentine still at Clayno and tie its hands in many ways ap- I
bound for the training Mayo were destroyed. Among the by Jim Baldwin. a neero. and that to be
20th camp of the __quartermaster' department pear in Drosnect. as a r*. nlt.. nf I
at Columbia, South Carolina. This will mean a great deal for The internal situation in Russia still] structures destroyed was the German his victim was a negro named Will I Wednesday's nation-wide- -- raid--of- Industrial --- i

These men have been instructed to Jacksonville, and we congratulate remains grave and chaotic and just club, one of the finest edifices in the Anderson. Sheriff Epperson being Workers of the World offices ,

eport at the office of the Local Selec- Florida's enterprising metropolis on how it will be solved it is impossible [city, and the building of the German away to the western part of the coun- by Department of Justice agents.

tion Board at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon the advent The following extracts to forecast. Apparently, however, the : daily, La Union. As fast as the fires ty, Deputy Sheriff Cameron notified Evidence is said to be fast accumulating -

.t. ; September 19th, for instructions. i from a recent issue of the Jacksonville chasm of discord has so widened that in these buildings were extinguishedthey County Judge Geo. A. Gardiner and to support the belief that a gigantic -

Those selected to go to Colum- Metropolis give further particulars:' either M. Kerensky, head of the pro- were started again. Mounted pa- County Prosecutor E. M. Johns, then conspiracy has existed for some '-
bia at the time mentioned are as follows "In connection with Secretary Ba visional government, or Gen. Korniloff trols and the entire fire department used every means he could to notify time past to cripple the government in '
the deposed commander in chief kept rushing from one part of the cityto Sheriff Epperson of the occurrence so .
: ker's approval of their recommendation carrying on the war, that its ramifica- !
775-Fred Oliver Thomas, Starke. of the Quartermaster's Depart- bf the army, who demands almost dictatorial another in an attempt to quell the that he could hasten to Clayno. tions extended into virtually every '

55-Jesse Holmes Sullivan, Worth- ment, the following announcement was powers, will be engulfed.At riots and put down the flames. In sev- Messrs. Gardiner, Johns and Cameron state, and that numerous anti-war ac-
ington. made the present moment neither side eral instances police who were at- then left for Clayno via Hampton. tivities which appeared to emanate ,

j 46-John T. Reddish, Lawtey. : seems willing to make concessions, tempting to shoot at those wielding There they were joined by Captain J. from many sources in reality had their .
61-Lem Rhoden, Raiford. "The secretary of war has approved Kerensky at the head of the govern- torches were set upon by the crowds i B. Dowling, in charge of the chain fountain head in a single grdup of

75-John M. Roberts, Lawtey: Jacksonville, Fla., as the locationof ment in Petrograd is bending every and disarmed. I gang, and he brought with him his spirators. con- g

972-Ernest Griffis, Raiford. the training camp the for the The quarter- effort toward suppression of the tur- Extraordinary precautions have been faithful dog, to track the murderer, if How closely the anti-war activities I .

645-Carl McKinney, Starke. master corps of army. camp moil created by Korniloff and his followers taken by the authorities to protect necessary. and propaganda have been interrelated
will be situated at Black Point about 4
100-Tate Powell Denmark, Starke. while Korniloff is reported to Count Luxburg, the German minister, When they arrived at their destina- is to be determined largely the -
miles from the As the by
5-Arthur C. Pearce, Lawtey. !I 8 city. soon as be approaching Petrograd with troopsin whan he arrives here tomorrow.The tion they learned that Baldwin had Federal Grand Jury at Chicago, which
440-Wm. 0. Forsyth,'Lake Butler. necessary it construction work instruct completed order to lay siege to the capital.To Argentine government at noon surrendered to Constable Colonel is investigating documents seized by -
to 3,200
1032 Herbert L Whitten, Raiford. second lieuteants of the prevent such action Kerensky's adherents today sent to the German legation Shaw, of Brooker. Judge Gardiner the government agents in their raids
'1007 Walter S. Whitten, Raiford. quartermastercorps are tearing the railroad be delivered then swore in the following gentlemenas F
in the elements of the work they up passports to to Count on the offices of the I. W. W. and Socialist '
f.. 360-Pearce Erastus Crumpton, Lake will be called to.perform in the lines.While Luxburg, the German minister in Bue- a coroner's jury: P. S. Colson, J. offices of that city and throughout I'
$'sButler.. upon advices received in London nos Aires. The whereabouts of Count J. Morgan, P. M. Barefoot, T. C. Ha- the country. Indications are that

f; 356-John'Josiah Ward, Lulu. field. are to the effect that the Baltic fleetis Luxburg is still unknown to the Ar- zen, Lonnie Morgan, J. L. Surrency. the alleged conspiracy originated in ,
"The instruction this
l"- 159-Marion Leslie Johnson, Lulu. course at branches camp faithful to the Kerensky regime, gentine government.The There were only three witnesses to be Chicago and for some time was actively -
will include the
following :
;?. 388-Geo. Wallace Shaller, Lake But- other advices say that Commander I examined, Baldwin's wife, his son anda directed from .that city. Thereare .
Finance and accounting, construction ,
1 ler. Denikine, of the southwestern Russian colored man named Battles.
'f : also indications that
|\. 25-Morgan Riley Kersey, Lawtey. administration."An and repair, supplies. transportation, army, sent word to the premier that gleaned cause from of the the following disturbance dispatch may be: The testimony elicited that ,on the ey financed, in part, this propaganda mon-,

186-Roan J. Turner, Lake Butler. he would give his support to Korniloff. day in question Baldwin, Andersonand that German funds

'642-Volley McKinney, Starke. additional purpose in the estab- Official reports, however, are to the Washington, Sept. 8.-How the Battles had been'! talking about in many ways to further were spent the ends freely of .
Stokes lishment of this school is to afford a I Swedish legation in Argentina, act- trivial matters, but Baldwin had said
707-Franklin Christopher effect that Denikine and several other I the conspirators and that of the
Starke. mobilization and casual camp for the generals have been arrested. ing as a secret means of communication something that offended Anderson, persons believed to be many
quartermasters corps, and it is purposed retwen Germany's charge at Lue and the actively identified
'974-Joel B. Griffis, Raiford. Korniloff has declared that his revolt immediately gave Bald- in carrying on the work, few
656-Ura McKinney, Sampson City. that special units pertaining to the against Kerensky is animated by nos Aires and.the Berlin foreign office I win a punch in the ribs. "I will have knew of this source of financial
work of the corps may be perfected was revealed in official dispatches the law on for this Baldwin said sup-
Three alternates have also been or- the highest patriotism and a desire to you ,
I ,'4ered- to report to the Local Selection when occasion may arise, such as or- save Russia from a government dominated -I made public today by the State De I and went towards his home. Anderson port.The grand jury will .
inquiry be
Board on September 19th. These men ganization of motortruck, motor cycle by the German general staff. partment. They gave dates of the followed him and on the way pickedup confined, from indications

> ,are to be sent in case some of those truck and wagon companies, and the The Russian troops on the Riga sailing of vessels ,from Argentina and I an axe, with which he threatened Chicago".* United present States attorneys who, to

irgularly selected for this movement instruction and technical training of front apparently are still impeding the recommended their destruction by sub Baldwin. Baldwin then went into the have not accumulated documentary

::'i" tail to appear. Alternates should come their personnel."The Germans in their attempt at further marines. Among other things, Count house and brought out his shotgun. evidence which
3,200 students at the Jackson- Luxburg, then Charge de Affairs, rec- Anderson then said he would supportsthe
; prepared and equipped to go to camp. advances into Russia and in the south, go theory of
ville training camp will'comprise men ommended that Berlin'should not accede his pistol. He went to his home and a great conspiracy, are
The men regularly selected will have along the Bukowina frontier, as in : said to be few in number. It is
Ittoir expenses paid from the time they elected from each of the sixteen ofBcers' lower Russia, they have taken the offensive ; to the demands of Argentina. The soon returned, holding his hand behind that much of this evidence probable will

I'"J& report to the local board, .but alter- training. camps, approximately with the Roumanians and won I I demands were not to sink more Argen- his back. "I am ready to trip the trigger be presented later to other ..
200 being drawn from each camp. ine ships. These messages were dispatched !" he exclaimed when he grand ju
Jnates will have to pay their own expenses victories over the Teutonic allies. came up
r These men have been or will be selected I II from Buenos Aires by the to Baldwin's ate. Baldwin answered ries.So
;*' while in Starke. Around Verdun the fighting between $ vast is the accumulation of seized
in accordance with their fitness for I Swedish legation as their own official that were it not for his wife chil-
%, The alternates who are to report on the French and the Germans has died and letters, checks and of all descriptions
the special work of the quartermasters messages to the Stockholm foreign of- dren he would in duel papers -
'!, the 19th are as follows: down to intermittent artillery duels.In I engage a gun that the great bulk still
';:i 141-Frank Starling, Starke. corps" Champagne there has been a resumption fice. with his antagonist. "I am ready to lies unsifted and the exact determi-

t1. 704-Harry Lawson Tillis, Starke. Further particulars were given inMonday's of somewhat violent opera- I trip the trigger right now!" exclaimed nation of their contents and significance

51-Carl A. Prevatt, Lawtey. Metropolis: tions in whichGen.. Petain's forces FIRST QUOTA OF FIVE PER CENTOF Anderson and made a mo-lion as if to
i probably will not be reached for
"Declaring the enormity of the great DRAFT NOW COMPLETE I
MEN draw his Baldwin then leveledhis
The squad to be sent forward at this have won successes. I several days.William .
itime is not so large as was expected. quartermasters training camp, to be From the Belgian coast well down gun at him and fired, most of the C. Fitts, the assistant attorney .
that the lo- located at Black Point has not been into Flanders the duelscon COLUMBIA S. 10.Whenmen shot striking Anderson in the neck,
kwh results from the fact artillary C., Sept. general who conceived and directed
I -
t .,;-Cftl board received orders not to send realized by citizens of this'city and tinue of a most violent nature but for the national army from two severing the large blood vessels, causing execution of the idea of a na- :
E. Barnwell and Ira W.
! ;'forward any colored selects at this state, R. with Field Marshal Haig's guns apparently Florida counties reach Camp Jacksonthe quick death. tion-wide seizure of I. W. W. papersat
of the Lock-
r1, time. At the present time only 25 men, Kauffman representatives I doing major portion of the first quota of five per cent will be I The verdict of the jury was that a pre.arranged hour, devoted vir-
if besides those already at camp, have wood, Greene & Co., engineers, who work. Aside from the usual trench- .in the camp. The total stands at 1,645 I Will Anderson came to his death froma tually his entire time today to consid-

;::been finally certified by the district arrived in the city this morning to superintend raiding operations, however, the infan- with only two counties in the three gunshot woundf, at the hands of Jim eration of reports from all sections of
the off the site locate
board. The 21 regulars and 3 alter- laying try is still keeping to the trenches. I states unrepresented. The men are Baldwin. Baldwin is now'in the coun- the country.

nates named above takes up this num- docks and look into the matter of German aviators continue their apportioned, South Carolina, 519; ty jail, awaiting the preliminary trial, I The government's hands have been
the channel of the river at
ber.. deepening shelling of allied hospitals behind the North Carolina, 797 and Florida 329. which will be held before Judge Gardiner ,. greatly strengthened by the seizureof
this point in order that large vesselscan lines. Monday night they carried out I The regular schedule of drills began Saturday morning. papers in contemplated proceedings
this far stat- .
';JONES GIVES ADVICE TO navigate the stream I their latest raid in the region of Dun- today, the new men making a surprisingly against persons identified with the I. !

;;;, THOSE LEAVING FOR CAMP ed that the plans of the fast departmentat from 10- kirk, where bombs which fell on a hospital I good showing. Special emphasis NEGRO TROOPS INTENDEDTO I I W. W., and others whose activities

'J'. Washington grew so wounded five women. is laid on military courtesy and to "SHOOT UP" HOUSTON have been for some timeunder surveil
and 000 men, as it first contemplated, to The Swedish foreign office announces personal hygiene which is explained in lance. Many of these documents are
aid Take Change of Clothing
25,000 men and then to 40,000 men. that it will not recall the Swedish lectures. A number of officers of the HOUSTON, Tex., Sept. 11.-Negrosoldiers' said to relate to labor disturbances in
"t Pair of Comfortable Shoes. that
'However 1 do not over
of the
minister to Argentina because'of his dental reserve reported for dutyat Twenty-fourth United
_ concentrated here corps the West and and the Pacific North-
will be
f 25,000 men States infantry had planned a riot of
connection with the use of the lega- Camp Jackson today.
o the Boys of Bradford County who for the time being, although the gen- tion by the German charge d'affairesfor bloodshed among the white residentsof west.Where the from to finance -

-lare to come to Camp Jackson: eral ground and building plans would the forwarding of messages to GIVE FORMER ADDRESS. Houston two days before the dead- the manifold money came activities of the

".(Let me advise you to bring a change easily accommodate a much larger Germany. The foreign office asserts ly outbreak which cost the lives of under is
,underwear, shaving outfit and a number,' stated Mr. Barnwell. that the Swedish minister did not fifteen Houston citizens August 23, according a
subject into which the will
of the grand
The other jury
of good, comfortable shoes. It is "The engineers were met at the Un- day one Telegraph'semployes to the report of the civilian
know the contents of the dispatches.Germany's delve
when he deeply. Many evidences, it is
to six after ion Station this morning by Secre- came near faiting board of which
one days your ar- reply to Pope Benedict'speace inquiry reported to the
of the Jacksonville was asked by a gentleman if we print said, point to a German fund from
1 here! before you can get clothing tary B. R. Kessler, proposal has not yet been made Houston city council tonight. The report which
and L. D. more than one copy of our paper each money was lavishly supplied.
of Commerce
I ihoes issued to you. Your captain : Chamber also criticises superintendent of
public, though work on it is in prog
week. But he is the in
\expect you to have a clean shaven Smoot, former commissioner of public ress. Unofficial reports Emperor not only one' police Brock for "his inability to en-

_.i every morning, and as walking is works, and were escorted to the Hotel William has returned from say the eas- error. Many other, apparently, be- force discipline among the police" and L. Chamberlain of the United States
where will make temporary lieve that we have only one subscriber army, who so expressed himself to us)
worth Seminole -
tiful here the shoes will be tern battle front to confer with the declares that "he is not qualified for
because when wish to have their that
it Secretary Kess- they the prior conflicts with the police
at price. I struck headquarters. the position he holds.
.money any
imperial chancellor and the foreign
along these'lines, and therefore ler offered Messrs. Barnwell and minister concerning the contents of addresses changed, they omit to give The committee is of the opinion that were mere incidents of the riot." .

('firing others timely warning. Kauffman quarters at the Chamber of the document. their former addresses. This causesus the riot undoubtedly was precipitatedby The report declares that shortly after ,
told Commerce where they transact much trouble, for we often have to the arrival of the negro soldiers in
my boyhood days I was by can two arrests of negroes made by the
thered their business in the city, which was hunt over almost our entire mailinglist Houston there was manifested by at 4
-late Dr. A. P. Smith that FOOD CONTROL BOARD TO I'i police, "although sufficient evidence
be several in accepted and will be opened up as soon to find the name, and as we are at the least some of them a feeling of hostility -
probably wars my HAVE CHARGE OF U. S. SUGAR .; was presented hearing to reveal
the time it takes but ill
and of the
into In the meantime tne en- very busy, can defiance state law requiring -
1. He advised me not to go as possible. I the fact that a.. serious disturbance was
in of the preliminarywork WASHINGTON be spared. No, dear reader, we are intended the separation of white and
charge n.-The
fiof them until it was necessary, gineers Sept. en- by some of the negro soldiers .
I I when I did go to try and be a hero, at Black Point are in need of a tire American sugar industry will be not a one-subscriber paper. Our last before leaving Houston, and the arrests negro races in the street cars; that -

1 if the occasion came for me to large number of surveyors, rodmen placed under government control October issue consisted of nearly 2,800 copies. referred to simply brought it toa the negro soldiers while on guard dutyat

ii:.ay life to save my brother sol- and chainmen, who are requested to 1, the food administration an- head sooner and perhaps intensifiedthe Camp Logan were arrogant and insulting -

-'i for me to give it like a man, andyever apply at Hotel Seminole. nounced tonight, by the institution ofa THE TOWN ELECTION. crimes which followed." toward white laborers, seiz-

forget to pay the respect that "That more than 10,000 men will be licensing system to include manu- Continuing, the committee says that ing the most trivial circumstances as tan

I,',' i to women and children. used during the construction of the facture, refining and imports. The Tuesday's town election came off so the "undisputed and convincing testi- : excuse to curse and abuse them; :

ow. the time is here, and I am a camp was brought out by Mr. Barn- step was decided on with the approval quietly that few would have known mony of witnesses proves that the negro that the discipline existing flt the

at the call of my country. It well this morning when discussing the of President Wilson to prevent spec- anything about it had not the marshal soldiers went forth to slay the camp was grossly lax in moral condi-

'1 r aim to be an honorable and c'red- necessity for enough laborers to complete ulative prices and to assure equitable rounded up the voters. The reason white population indiscriminately, thatno tions; lewd negro women, some mere

soldier, and I hope I will have the camp as soon as possible, and distribution."The was that the outcome was a foregone negroes were hurt or molested by children of 12 years of age, being per-
rp \honor of helping to raise the stars he stated that the resources of the critical situation in the sugar conclusion, as none of the candidateshad them, not one negro home was fired into mitted to freely visit the camp and remain .

stripes in Berlin. Chamber of Commerce and city of markets makes prompt action any opposition. The number "66" and that the negroes were warned there overnight and that such .r

l |fitted the examinations today and Jacksonville would be taxed in aiding sary," said the announcement neces-I I figures largely in the returns, but our before and during the riot to staff off women were permitted to bring par
t pronounced fit for service in Un- the contractors to secure men. In sugar problem being one of distribu- : people being rather abstinent, this has the streets. cels into the camp without inspectionby

p a"'I great army. I have been speaking of the enormity of the camp, tion as well as one of supply, the so- no significance. The vote! stood: "The testimony of the captain in the sentries, keeping the soldiers

to the trench motor batteryoofotherFloridabeys. Mr. Barnwell stated at first contem-* lution is to be brought about by vol- For mayor, Joe Hill Williams, 66. charge of the first station at Camp liberally supplied with whiskey and

i I will plated the cost of its construction was untary agreements with the trades. For two aldermen, S. A. Bryan, 65; I Logan and one of his assistants is that other intoxicants.

I addressed to F. P. Jones, 318 estimated to be around $750,000, but Beet sugar producers already have 0. J. Griffin, 69. when the shooting began in the negro I

Barracks F2, Camp Jackson, Co- that the war department had later an- accepted a scale of prices suggestedby For clerk, C. A. Futch, 66. camp one of the negro guards stationed Army Board in Session.

:87 C. Yours for victory, nounced that their plans had been revised the food administration, which will For treasurer, A. S. Crews, 66. at the fire station remarked that El Paso, Tex., Sept 11. The boardof

FRANKLIN PEARCE JONES. and the proposition would cost mean a saving to the consuming public For.assessor, N. D. Wainwright, 66. the troops were going to shoot up inquiry of which; Capt Homer Pres-

approximately. $2,500,000. of more than $30,000,000 between For marshal and collector, Silas Houston, that they had planned to do ton, Twenty-fourth United States infantry

4*r. MARK'S'CHURCH. "Secretary Kessler immmediately now and the first of the year. Kite, 66. so on the preceding Tuesday night but is president, arrived here from

.1 I-g:prayer and sermon, 11. got in touch with Messrs. P. Adair could not get quite read,.. Columbus, N. M. late today to continue -

A I Lg song and address, 4 p. m. and A. W. Cockrell as soon as the en- securing their co-operation in the matter Mr. Edwin Freeman left Sunday ."This testimony and the testimony its investigations of the Houston,

ysebooI,1Oa.m.I gineers arrived, and a conference with of facilitating the completion of evening for Auburn, Ala., where he of numerous other circumstances in Tex., riots and the'part negro soldiers .

: M. M. FRYER. *.. .;' .."_ ', the city commissioners was held this the preliminary plans in connection will again be a student at the Polytechnic the record convince us (and our opinion of the Tweniyrfourth' Infantry. had in

: )J morning at 11 oclock with. the idea of, with the camp." Institute. i is shared b1 Inspector GeL J. the affair-of August".-23.- .. .
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Ii \ The Old Standard general slrfrjthsnia l tonU: *?
RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. Akron, 0., Sept. 11, 1917. GROVE'S Malana.enrichea TASTELESS chiU. ; Tt.&lCtrive.pgl t,*j
France, ,,
eI Editor Telegraph: I have receivedso Cargo Steamers Were Attacked off the Sept. tern. A true tonic. For adults and cluklrca. flit,
12. German aviators
. . . many letters since we moved to Ak- OUT WITH FACTS Coast of France Sept. 5th. -throw poisoned candy are in continuingto this reg- '-.,. csr'
ron from people in Starke, who want
ion. Some has been found wrappedup
information about the work in fac- #0',
WASHINGTON, 11. Six hostile
Sept. in paper bags. Other poisoned
tories here and other questions about submarines are believed to have
the until I thought it wouldbe sweets are in the form of chocolate
; country Popular Official Was ConfinedTo been destroyed off the coast of Franceon
a good idea to write a descriptionof September 5, when they attackeda cherries, wrapped up in lead coated :
Akron and ask you to publish it Bed Three Months. Now fleet of
merchant ships of which the paper. "i.t
iTtVi for the benefit of the people in Starke Hale and Hearty Since Tak- American steamer Westwego was one. SUPPLY YOU! .

who are interested. Two of the merchant lost.
When a man or a boy goes to server : Akron is a city of 150,000 popula- ing Tanlac.If A report from Paris to this were effect 4 tadllaa .
his country it signifies an experience : tion, and about every other house is I -
resolution I reached the Navy Department today. The Secret.
and [
that will mean elevation for roomers, and still rooms and Beauty llllhIIIllitJ\
1 to him all through life.The La- board are hard to find. Akron has also I I there is a man in Macon who is Following is the Navy Department'sstatement ,
dies Home Journal numbers of hotels, some of these universally known and liked, that mans : Ladies desire that irresistible ;,. .r ;
' : furnished. I Geo. Samuel Riley, the popular and "The Navy Department has received charm-a good Zj. 4tcs /
are elegantly built and People .
i CHAPPIE. efficient Chief of Police of a report from Paris which states rt I'i', A '
.' I THE SLACKER city. r'.)
the in crowdson
: are coming into city I Of
Chief Riley has been prominently iden- that the steamer Westwego reports, b complexion. course r/llt & .
every train from all over the coun- tified with Macon's affairs for on September 8, that while cruising they do not wish others
A Chappie-boy went out for to try and numbers also have been drafted public a GARDEN FIELD]
gay with several other ships, was attacked and
number of
and is beautifier
flirt and are leaving. Still the city is years, highly re- I f_ to know a
17' by massed force of six subma-
Y Y' ', t With a Strawberry Blonde in a purple always crowded. Akron has twenty spected and esteemed for his high rines off a the coast of France on Sep has been used so they
j skirt- rubber factories. The largest the character and integrity by all who of SEEDSESPECIALLY
are bottle
Lk. know him. In interesting inter- tember 5th. The result of this attack buy a 1
( Quite shocking, of (course, but age is Goodrich, Goodyear, Firestone and an
that of the
being two steamers attacked
1' 1 : view recently, Chief Riley said: ADAPTED J
SO young! Miller. The employes in these factories were sunk and probably all of : Magnolia Balm
; ; work in 8 hour shifts and it is won- "I came to Macon when I was onlya the submarines were lost." i I FOR YOUR STATE. .

1#'., Then the cruel conscription law threatened derful to see the crowds of workmen 16-year old boy from Houston coun- The merchant fleet of which the LIQUID FACE POWDER ,
the ty, and have been living here for 38 -FREE-:
factories after
and women leaving
j the Chap, Westwego was one, was enroute to Eu- and UM according to timple diredioni. Improve
But the brave Purple Skirt saved the the day's work is over. years. I have always enjoyed very rope from the United States when at- : ment 11 noticed at once. Soothing cooUng and OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATAtOQ
This is a high rolling country and good health, and have been what you rcfrehin Heal.Sunburn rtopa Tan. -
Chap from the scrap- tacked. The vessels were under convoy AND WEEKLY PRICEUST I
} In short, they were wed! Thus the Akron is built among hills and the would consider a strong, healthy man. but no details of the fight is included I t .Pink.al'DruggUti WArte.or Ro.RtJ.75e. ip mail dind. 9 lfcht SEND FOR THEM TO-atf I
streets Some of Last June I was taken sick and
are very irregular. very
danger pint in the
passes reports received. No
Sample (either color) for 2c Strip
confined to bed for three
the streets extend only one block. was my
were reported, nor were the
months with a trouble that developedinto Lyon ME,Co.. 40 South Fifth St..Brooklyn.N.Y.
air i Ii And now, far away from war's rude The opportunities for employmenthere names of the two ships sunk includedin
I alarm, are not exaggerated. Anyone can pleurisy with serious complica- the dispatch. It is not even known I .
4a j tions and I had to several
= undergo
The Strawberry Blonde does the work get work- and good wages. The rub- whether they were American ships. -
I operations. For a while I was entirely -' -
ber factories
$2.50 day to
on a farm, pay per I
t} r- And the Chap does his bit too-he those who are learning in every de helpless. Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell .4I
I washes the dishes! partment; experienced help get good "After getting out my right side everybody. Advertisa I at
\ : salaries from the start. Plumbers get continued to.pain me. My breath
a salary of $55 per week and are in would get short, and I had terrible General Insurance I
?: j 1' RED CROSS PROTECTS MORALS. demand. Carpenters get $6 per day pains and swellings in my legs and YOUR WIFE CAN USE IT.

and up. Machinists and all experienced feet and catching pains in my hips -
It is our duty to unite with the nat workmen get good pay. Wagesare and the small of my back. This trou
.. tion in defending the principles of high also in office help, and in any ble made me very nervous and I lost If you are away from home and JOS. E. WILSONSUCCESSOR
r Christian civilization. The prohibitionof work in any line here. Living expenses sleep. To tell you the truth I was in one of your horses takes the colic your
1- the use of grain in the manufac- are high. Vegetables, butter, milk mighty bad shape, and nothing in the wife can treat him if she has Farris' TO
4i, taure of alcoholic beverages, for which and all foodstuffs are verY exnensive. way of medicine'seemed to do me Colic Remedy in the house. It is easy i
we have worked so long, must go far I I often wonder why all the farmers much good. to use. Just drop it on the horse's H. C. RICHARD
the food of tongue and in thirty minutes he is re-
toward conserving supply
truck are not wealthy. bothered
growers "My kidneys me a great
the Our work of relief and lieved. Get it today. You may need Starke Florida.
4r' country. Akron has a large market and on Saturdays deal and my whole system seemed to it
DeWitt ,
c total abstinence among enlisted men it is by C. Jones
especially a curiosity to be filled with uric acid poison. For a Starke _
has been greatly extended and its hos- see the produce sold there, and at such while I had little control over my kid- Fla. Sept7142128. c

pital features have been standardized prices our Florida farmers would be :neys and bothered me a great deal.
4.. under Red Cross rules. Mrs. Ella astonished. People have money and Like everybody else, I got to reading I -iPi. i
7. Hoover Thacher, superintendent of spend it freely. about Tanlac and decided to give it a /it-t !

this department, advocates a special Residents in Akron and in the coun- trial. I can now understand why ev- II l
E: '' plan which is being adopted throughout try keep their premises neat, lawns erybody is praising this medicine, for i I

1 the country. This includes renting mowed and everything around the it helped me right from the start. The
of electric fans, furnishing fruit place is neat and trim. The farms are pains in my side have left me entirelyand il
]la and delicacies for hospitals, social welfare I have control A1DAndresMercanti1eCo1
models of neatness and modern im- now over my kid- i
se. work at training camps and mobilization The.
: I provements. No waste anywhere; neys. swellings have all gone
centers, and good reading
down and I feel like
economy is practiced in every home. a new man in ev-
matter for forts and Under
camps. Almost every lady in Akron of mod- ery way. j
the slogan, "Home News for Home
erate means does her own laundry "Yes, sir, this Tanlac just filled me
will that enlisted
c, Troops, we see men
work.. Servants are an expensive luxury with new life and energy and I feel
hear from home.
With peculiar the mother and only the wealthy can afford more like myself than in months. Ev- RAIFORD FLORIDAOur jj
heart of the nation power is making itself them. All the laundry is done in the eryone has noticed the wonderful improvement -

3t felt in this tragic hour, and out of its cellar and every home has one, equip- in my condition, and I am ,
anguish insists that our soldiers shall ped with stationary tubs, gas stoves, only too glad to say a good word for
running water and all conveniencesfor Tanlac. I had taken
V medicines ever
be protected from the saloon and segregated

'if< I President vice.National-Miss W.Anna C. T.A.U.Gordon, Akron laundering are as clothes.well fixed The financiallyas negroesin since help I was me, but sick,two and bottles nothing of seemedto Tanlac new Fall and Winter goods are here and we invite our friends and customersto

many white people and very few have put me on my feet and I feel call and look them over. We bought our stock early and we believe we can save
will work as servants. like myself again."
NEGRO TROOPS WILL BE OR- The Goodrich factory employs 20- Tanlac is sold by leading druggistsof you money on many articles. In additionto making you a direct saving on many of .

.n GANIZED AND GIVEN TRAINING 000 people at wages ranging from leading cities in the South; by D. the things that you will need, we are enabled through a specia (larrangement to give E
$2.50 to $9 per day. The Goodyear C. Cason in Starke; by Tomlinson-
WASHINGTON, Sept. 10.-Negro employ 18,000 people at the same rate Maines Drug Company in Lake But- FREE with every $50 purchase $5 worth of nice silverware.We .

troops of the national army will be or- of wages. The real estate business is ler; by the Hampton Pharmacy in make it and to in
ganized in separate units as is done the biggest proposition in Akron. i Hampton; by the Cash Drug Store in a study try carry stock every line of goods that the farming

1 in the regular army, and as far as pos- Numbers of firms here and all doinga I Lawtey; by the Weaver Drug Com- people need. While we run out of some lines occasionally, still you can generallyfind
sible will be trained in the states in thriving business. Houses are be- pany in Raiford: by R. T. Taylor in
which they were raised. ing built every day and either sold or Worthington and by C. A. Smith in what you want at our store, and when you compare our prices with others you

) The call for negroes to mobilize at rented long before finished. It is al- Sampson City.-Advertisement. will find we are always in line.
their camps will be postponed to allow most impossible to get a house here
S unless you are familiar with the city. In reference to the cotton market remember this
the officers at the camp to ar- So Monday morning the Telegraph's that when the price rises

range for the organization of these and many you are people left will behind.apply for a house pressman found an owl perched above elsewhere it always rises at Raiford.
separate units. Both white men and I the ink keg, just as Poe's raven was
:. negroes of the selective draft forces We like to live here; our life is a : "perched upon the bust of Pallas." The
will be.given an opportunity to vol- busy one but happy. Often think of owl is a wise bird and was evidently
unteer for service in the battalions of our friends in Starke and enjoy news
contemplating potentiality of
", troops for service on the lines of communication from there, still have no desire to return ter's ink. Mr. McLean is of a very FOR THE LADIES. FOR THE MEN AND BOYS.Men's .
3}. 4 their work being military, to Starke, except sometimes, per- practical turn of mind. He
caughtthe Full Line of to Wear.
Ready Blue Serge Suits in the latest
but not combatant. However, there haps, for a visit. We get the Tele- owl for crossing with his chickens,
will be negro fighting regiments of graph every week and read every line. believing he can thereby obtain a Fall and Winter Hats, in all the new ,Styles and Best Fabrics.
the national army as there are of the One thing though I have noticed, the breed of hens that will lay in the
nightas shapes and sizes.
t K regulars and the national guard. men here are not so polite and cour- well as in the day time.Reasons. A full stock of Boys' Suits in \'the nob

h Secretary Baker outlined this policy teous to ladies as our Southern men. Coats. biest Styles.
4 You never see a man here give his seat
of the war department today in a Silk Waists.
statement dealing with the method to to a lady in street cars or take off his FOR THE TRAVELER.

,,?r a be followed in the organization and hat in an elevator in the presence of Everything New in Dress Goods. :
: training of negroes liable to draft un- ladies. A woman here in Akron is Hand Bags, Suit Cases, Trunks.
.pf der the national army act. Presum- treated just like a man in that respect Crepe de.Chmes..

ably the negro regiments of the regu- for Southern ways and especially ac- Silk Poplins. FOR THE 'WHO.LE .FAMILY.
cent in
lar army will be trained as they arc as speaking is commented on always -
We have the
largest stock of Shoes
t fighting units. noticed. I have not met any Black Taffeta.

The' effect of the policy announcedby although Southern ladies Southern since families our arrival live here here., Card Why you the should woman's use All the New Satin Stripes, Plaids and we have ever carried and can

Secretary Baker will be to delay tonic, for your troubles,
We found outfit the whole
the Novelties. family.FOR
summer delightful, cool have been shown In .
4 the mobilization of negroes of the na-
tional until the units nights especially, and often cold thousands of letters from Big Line of Percales.
enough for fires. Akron has a num- actual users of this medicine -' THE HOME.
'-" assembled or under orders to assemble ber of amusement parks, picture shows who speak from Ribbons in Endless Variety. Bedsteads
this month have been organized and Rocking Chairs.
and other places in that line. Cleve- personal experience. Ifthe ,
are under training. land is 26 miles from Akron and can results obtained by FARM EQUIPMENT. Large Stock of Furniture.
When the confusion incident to the be reached other women for so many
by through railroads and
organization of these new regiments, interurban lines. The ride over there years have been so unIformly Wagons, Buggies. House Furnishings.
good, why not
brigades and divisions has been clear- is beautiful on the interurban line. give CarQui a trial? Saddles, Bridles. Hardware, Lard Cans.
; ed up, there will be time to assembleand
organize the separate regiments, MRS. B. B. HOPSON. TakeCARDUL Harness of all Kinds. Headquarters for Stoves.

battalions or companies of negro sol-
diers. Of the 687,000 men called for EMBARGO PLACED ON MONEY

as the first increment of the national SHIPMENTS.

army, it is estimated that approximately One of the latest and most interesting arrivals at our store is a carload shipment j
70,000 will be negroes. ,
dent WASHINGTON Wilson has placed Sept. 10.-Presi- of "Nellie King" and "Diamond S" Flour that will be sold to our customers at a close ,j
NEGRO TROOPS WILL BE SENT an embargo The Woman's TonicMrs.
effective today, on the exportation of
'- coin time, bullion he authorized or currency.the secretary At the same of Mary J. Irvin, of have package rice and rice in sacks and barrels, and salt in packages and '
Cullen Va.
Twenty-fourth Will Leave After Trial the treasury to license such exporta- "About 11 in bulk.
t of Houston Rioters. tions where, in the opinion of the fed- years ago, I I
eral reserve board, they are not harmful suffered untold misery
COLUMBUS,-N. M., Sept. 12.-The to the public interest. with female trouble,bear- I We are always glad to see our old customers, and new ones are solicited.A.D1AndresMercanh .
The effect of the embargo, which ing-down pains, head-
members of the Twenty-fourth infan- applies to all nations, will be to place ache, numbness :1
try are to be sent to Manila P. I., for absolute control over bold exports in would go for three weeks

duty there until the end of the war. the hands of Secretary McAdoo and almost bent double .
The company will be sent there after the federal reserve board. Officials My husband went to Dr.
r the court martial trial of 157 membersfor believe that the j
measure will go far for Cardul .
the iIe Co1
recent outbreak at Houston, toward
conserving the huge store of I
After taking about two
in which a score of whites and gold accumulated in this country since
negroes were killed when the negro the beginning of the war, a store upon bottles I began going
troopers shot up the city. which has been drawn heavily by Ja- around and when I took

The accused members of the negro pan, Mexico and Spain. three bottles I could do

company face charges of murder and Strict adhesion to the embargo is all my work." E-80 THE BRICK STORE
+ rebellion. The maximum sentence is regarded as unlikely and undesirable.

r death. It is understood that membersof Curtailment, however, of the free .
another negro battalion, not directly movement of gold to the Orient ap-
r; connected with the Houston outbreak pears probable. For some time past RAIFORD FLORIDA.
will be charged with conspiracy treasury and reserve board officials Tfct osrlr. tat tot M lilt Affect tteHMtfBeeaoMofita ,
e and tried at the same time. They are have viewed with concern the tendency tonic and laxative effect LAZA.
ITVK B&OMO QUININ8 U better than ordinary
charged with defiant action and open of gold to flow away from the Unit- Qoiniae and doc not cause DerrotuBcii nor
threats against their officers. ed States. racing fai bart: Remember the full name and
look for the lignature oi $. W. GSLOVfi. Soc.a .


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1r' .RIDAY.. SEPTEMBER 14, 1917. ,1 -
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1fJF<= il them outright paying the market the said Bradford county, Florida. having not more than sixty days: or by both fine ant be unlawful for any person = impede obstruct '
I buy heretofore voted against the sale of intoxicating imprisonment in the d-scretion: of the Mayor. I or prevent the seizure of such liquors
1 price-this latter way gives the farmer I liquors wines or beer. whether intendedfor Section 8. That any warrant or alfida,; wine or beer as provided in this ordinance. _,
News of Florida Short Para aphl. \ an immediate market for his prod- personal use or otherwise. and whether for any violation of this ordinance need not Section 11. The said Town of Starke. Flor ,
Jtr: \ the interstate or Intrastate shipments or transportation negative the exceptions herein contained. or ida. hereby accepts the terms and conditions I
ucts while if stored he will enjoy except as hereinafter provided. that the intoxicating liquors. wines or beer of the Act of Congress known as the Webb-
j i
{t amttmmatsamniimii i I I benefit of any rise in price that may Section 2. That it shall be unlawful for was received: possessed shipped or transported Kenyon act being Senate Bill Number 404, .
I any person firm or corporation to possess intoxicating for any of the p'mII't out in Section I which said act ia entitled "An Act divesting ,
Newsj occur. liquors wines or beer. hereafter 5 hereof but such exceptions may be relied upon intoxicating liquors of their interstate ehar-
i | Live State I received directly or indirectly! from a commonor as a defense and the burden of establish aeter in certain cases" and which became a
: L i other carrier in the corporate limits of the ing the same shall be upon the person firmor law oa March 1st. 1913. And the laid Town
GREEN COVE.-The Walkill company said Town of Starke whether intended for per corporation claiming the benefit thereof. of Starke. Florida hereby enacts that all intoxicating -

is now clearing a thousand additional sonal use or otherwise and whether interstate Section 9. AU intoxicating liquors wines or liquors. wines, or beer of any kind
Told by Our Exchanges. l of land which will be or intrastate shipments or transportation beer shipped. transported carried possessed shipped into the said Town of Starke Florida
I acres except as hereinafter provided. and or received in the corporate limits of the from any other State or Territory, or District
11-:: planted to crops as soon as it is clear Section 3. That it shall be unlawful for any said Town of Starke in violation nf C),. n"."". oft be United State*. or place non-eontivuom
_ -- '
'_ :: ed. We understand that a large portion express company or railroad company. or any visions of thia ordinance, may hi-seized by to, but subject to the jurisdiction of the United i
carrier to ship or transport States and consigned to within the .
common or person corporate
TALLAHASSEE.-The lady mayor ORLANDO.-Cable and lamps for of this will be put in Irish pota into the corporate limits of the said Townof any Starke.marshal All or police such liquors.officer of wines the or said beer Townof so limits of the said Town of Starke. Flor .

; -.of Moore Haven has received an ap- Orlando's white way were ordered by toes. Col. R. I*. Dollings, the owner Starke any intoxicating: liquors wines or seized shall be taken by the seizing officer, ida in violation of this ordinance ia hereby
beer or Irom a place in the State of Floridato declared unlawful and prohibited. and all of
-' pointment as a member of the gover the city commissioners at their regular and Miss Helen Wagener, the managerof within the corporate limits of the said the and same by him is disposed kept in of some by law.secure Within place until said intoxicating liquors wines or beer shall

1OS' staff with the rank of major. meeting Friday and it is expectedthat Walkill are entirely satisfied with Town of Starke. any intoxicating liquors ty-four hours after such seizure. the seizing twen I. be subject to seizure, forfeiture and destruction .
: the work will be completed by the result of the first year's work.The I wines or beer for any person firm. club, asso- officer shall file in the office of the Mayor of from the time of its arrival within the 4,4
limits of the
ciation or corporation. whether in original corporate said Town.
the said Town of Starke
December. The board also took defi- crops have surpassed expectations, package or otherwise and whether intendedfor information stating the quantity a sworn and affidavit kind or Section 12.: That in all case of seizure as

VERO.-Orders have been placed nite action in reference to building a hence the plans for an increased acre- personal use or otherwise except as here- liquor wine or beer seized to whom consigned or provided herein the Mayor, Marshal or Police
twith F. F. Dutton of Sanford for seed and casino at Lake inafter provided. and that to the best of his information Officer and Town Clerk shall receive the same I
bathing pavilion age. Much of the crop raised on the Section 4. That it shall be unlawful for knowledge and belief said fees and mileage as in other cases except in I
potatoes for 750 acres. It is believed \ Ivanhoe, near the head of Orange ave broad acres has been put into silos to any person to personally transport from with beer is and was shipped transported liquor. wine carried or I I addition to mileage the marshal or other police -

!. that the total Irish potato acreage nue. The pavilion will have seventy- be fed to the fine hogs and cattle now out corporate or within limits the of State the said of Town Florida of into Starke the possessed and er received: in violation of this such officer seizures shall when receive:the quantity a fee of of one intoxicating dollar for 4

'; 'lere this year will approximate 1,000 four bath rooms and other accessories on WalkilL A solid trainload of two whether the same is intended for personal use ordinance shall and a be copy served of said within affidavit three or dayson information liquors wines or beer so seized does not exceed j

acres. on the first floor, while the second old heifers will arrive at the or otherwise. any intoxicating liquors winesor the agent or common carrier or other person in quantity twenty gallons, and in cases where
year beer in any quantity whatsoever, except as the quantity of intoxicating liquors wines or I
story will contain the dancing pavil and will be unloaded whose possession said liquor wine beer seized
Farm on Monday hereinafter provided. or beer was taken and on the consigneeof so exceed in quantity twenty gallons -
ion. The train will bring 600 Section 5. That nothing in this ordinance said liquor. such marshal or other police officer shall I
MARIANNA.-On Saturday of last immediately. wine or beer, if he be found in
> shall make it unlawful: receive: a fee of five dollars for such seiiure
;: -week the Milton Land & Investment head, and the work of unloading will (A) For druggists; to receive and possess the said, common Town or of other Starke.carrier The or owner any person consignee said fee for seizure not becoming due until

Co. sold to northwestern parties a FORT HERCE.-The news Printing be under the direction of R. W. Dun- alcohol and other intoxicating liquors and interested in said liquor, wine or beer. shall the quantities so seized are removed from the -
3r of land the consideration to be witha lap stockman of national reputation, such preparations as may be sold by druggists within six days after service of said copy file place of seizure to the Mayor's office In la;d
large acreage Company, incorporated a for the special purpose and in the man an answer or claim for said Honor- win nr Town or to the place of storage used b* tile I, -
v_ being around a quarter of a million capital of $155,000 and embracing who-' has"'- rharee-- of the Walkill herd.It ner as now or hereafter provided by law. or beer and shall demand a hearing" from-the said Marshal or other police officer forlUeb -
dollars. sixty of the leading business men and will only be a question of a few for the manufacture of medicines that con Mayor of the said Town of Starke. purpose.Section
v I ,. form to the provisions of the Pure Food and 13. In all cases hereunder where it
5* citizens of St. Lucie county, has been years when Walkill Farms will be Drug Act of the State of Florida and the The Mayor shall hear said cause within ten is necessary to prove that the County of Bradford
organized for the purpose of purchasing one of the finest and most uptodatestock United States of America or for bona fide hospitals said days: cause thereafter and decide and shall said hear testimony In of the State of Florida has voted against

;- TAMPA.-John Branch, former tax the Fort Pierce News from R. H. farms in the country.FT. toilet. or!for manufacturers of perfumery and ly render a decree according cauuse to the and law prompt.and the the sale sworn of certificate intoxicating of liquors.the clerk wines of the or beer Circuit -
artcles and
: to receive alcohol 4
: : possess 4
Collector for Hillsborough county, was the evidence and if said liquor. wine beer
A modern or Court of the said county to that effect
Gleen and A. B. Brown. for the use of bona fide patients of such hospitals -
of state is found to be in the corporate limits of the shall be conclusive and the
; convicted embezzling belt evidence of
Friday in the of such medicines
,. printing and publishing plant will be MYERS.-Sometimes the engineer said Town of Starke in violation of law, he that fact
funds. He dismissed or flavoring extracts or perfumery and
and county was shall further declare said A
purchased as will also a new building brute creation to help toilet articles for other liquor wine or beer Section 14. That for .
when calls on the or any common or forfeited and shall order the marshal if. any reason any section
months alleged or
:' several ago an which is under construction and near- him out where science has failed him. carrier to ship or transport such liquors or I police officer of the said Town to destroy said any or part of this Ordinance shall be held
shortage of $83,000 was discovered. alcohol for said purposes to such druggists or liquor wine unconstitutional or invalid then that fact shall
: or beer in not less than
ing completion. The new company The alligator, for example, is being hospitals or manufacturers of medicines or of more than fifteen days from the ten date daysor not invalidate any other part of this Ordinance }
will be in within sixty days. flavoring extracts or of perfumery of toilet but the same shall be '
> operation used in this city to clean out clogged or said decree. The Mayor shall find the value of enforced without
articles in the corporate limits of the tail( said reference to the part so held to be invalid.
liquor, wine
ST. PETERSBURG.-A gold- mine sewers.. In_ this. city a .600 foot. section 1 Town of Starke provided that such consign! claimant may take or an beer*nn and*.1 the.. l owner n -,'onH.or Section 15. That all Ordinances and parts
.in the state of Washington which JASPER.-Surveyors are at workin of a 12-inch sewer became oaaiyclogged or addressee or his or its duly authorized agent I causes in the'State- 'Courta.within-fifteen days of ordinances in conflict with the provisions
shall at the time of delivery to him said alcohol of this Ordinance
stockholders are all men of this city, Hamilton and Columbia counties, with sand and dirt. Severalof make and said appeal shall upon giving of a bond Section are hereby repealed.
or liquors an affidavit and deliver in double the 16. That this ordinance shall become -
is reported here to have struck it rich. on routes for the new highway to be the better known sewer-cleaning to such common or other carrier that such a!- wine or amount beer operate of the as value a supersedes of said liquor effective immediately upon its passag
received here that dirt and a cobol or liquors is ordered for and will oe used against the and approval ,
Telegrams says built through these counties. The contrivances were employed destruction of said liquor, wine or 1;
for the purposes specified herein, and he Passed by Town Council in adjourned session
bad been struck paying from five to state and national governments are number of unusual schemes tried out. shall in said affidavit name the purpose of such beer only liquor, pending, wine or the beer decision shall of remain the appeal in the, this 13th day of August A. D. 1917.E. 4

ten thousand dollars per ton. going to help the counties in the work. Altogether about $1,500 was spent those specified herein for which same will possession, custody and control of the Marshal S. MATTHEWS -
; be used and that it will be used for no ether I of"the oaid (SEAL) President of Council
-. results at all. The pipe Town of Starke.
Good roads will run from Jennings without any purpose.B Attest: I

: TALLAHASSEE.-Frank Cochran, Lake City, with lines running out from remained in its unsatisfactory statea ) For any person for the use of I.'m- their Section agents 10. shall All common be subject or other to the carriers or C. A. FUTCH.
Jasper White Springs and Lake City hard nut to crack, and the conclusion self or for the use of his own family .''esMini of the Mayor of the said of Starke prossesa Town Clerk.
Jr. arrived from Watertown Thursday with him, to personally transport to his own Town to Approved by me this 2Zna nay of August
and other It had about been reached that if produce all necessary papers and shipping records :-
with a herd of 119 head of registered to Live Oak points. I' home. or to possess or to receive from fti>y relative to the shipment transportation, I A. D. 1917.
Holstein cattle. These will formapanofthedairhethofMr.Coh means wonderful things.for the National the sewer was to be of any use it common or other carrier shipped from without carrying possessing and custody of intoxicating JOE HILL WILLIAMS.

11\ Highway into Florida by the would be necessary to rip it out en- Starke.the not corporate exceed'ng;limits the of quantity the said of one Town quartof of liquors wines or beer seized and it shall 8-24-tf. (Copy) Mayor.

t\.' Suwannee River Route. I tirely. But then Ben R. King, the intoxicating liquors or wine and not exceeding _
animals. -
; ran's farm and are splendid city superintendent, got the alligatoridea. six quarts of beer or malt where said ; :
: There are four fine males in the herd, I beer or malt does not contain more than five _
of He secured a small alligator, percentum: of alcohol during any period of m
many cows and calves.TALLAHASSEE.An. SARASOTA. -Geo. E. Matheny,
: and, fastening a rope to it, loweredit thirty consecutive days. or for any common or I
Sarasota, was accidentally killed while other carrier to ship or transport to any person -,
His wife into the sewer manhole. Finding it, in the corporate limits of the said Town I y
out rabbit hunting. driving ,
order could not out the alligator finally or Starke for the of such CARLOAD
was get personal use person j
I i
along the road with their baby, discovered towards the next manhole I or for the use'of the members of his family j II I ;
I signed by the governor Wednesday removing the body in the road, wherehe proceeded residing with him. not exceeding one quart of j
: the entire board of county had fallen from a fence. The gun dragging the rope after it. Of course I intoxicating liquors or wine and not exceeding I I i a
with this much accomplished it was six quarts of beer or malt where said beer or "
>commissioners of Volusia county from which was probably discharged while malt does not contain more than five percen
office. The removals were made on he was getting over the fence, was easy to attack a chain to the rope tum of alcohol during any period of thirty !
and it back and forth until the consecutive days. ROOFING I
-charges of malfeasance. Bert Fisher drag
leaning against it. He was a large loosened and re (C) For any priest or minister of any religious I
attorney for the commissioners, asked property owner on Sarasota bay. He obstructing was denomination or sect to receive and

c- for four days in which to present had been a resident of that city for a moved. Mr. King now has ten alliga- possess wines. for sacramental purpose, or
which he employs in this method for any common carrier or other carrier. \o
an answer to the charges, and the governor number of years, coming from St. gators ship or transport for. said purposes to any

".,I refused to grant the request. / Louis, where of fur he goods.was a large Besides manufacturer his- Florida of sewer cities cleaning when called in a upon.number of priest or or sect.Section minister. of any religious denomination -I I $1. 25 to $4 per square I II j.

-- 6. That it shall be unlawful -"or any I
PERRY.-S. A. Hinely came over wife and baby, he is survived by a son express Company. railroad company or any I _._IOC30I _. I 4
and brother in Springfield, Ill. common or other carrier to deliver any Intox IOZ30I I
.. from Live Oak Sunday, and Monday a icating; liquors. wines or beer to any person I !
other than the consignee addressee in ,
morning had a force of surveyors and or person

; :others getting everything in shape to QUINCY.-Every tobacco house in How Starke Citizens Can Find Freedom vided of for such in shipment paragraph or B transportation of Section 5 as hereof I to-. ;

;fepce in his twelve-hundred acre stock Quincy is a veritable hive of industry From Kidney Troubles. and such common or other carrier and he, it i COMPOSITIONSHINGLES -
or their agents are charged with ':no ll..lge)
farm. Mr. Hineley will stock his farm these days. Thousands of hands are of whether any shipment or tran." 'Jrtat.1'1 I

pith the pure bred Red Devon cattle at work tying and assorting tobacco If suffer from backache- ca-ried by them contains intoxicating IMJUCTS. <*

and will commence immediately on the and there is room for employment for From you urinary disorders- wines or beer.to such and of common whether or the other person carrier it.torep"t'llents v

erection of dipping vats and other many more if they could be procured.The Any curable disease of the kidneys, that he is the consignee or addressee is in '

unitary and safe methbds for the protection 1917 crop has practically all been Use a tested remedy. fact the or consignee transportation or addressee, and of of whether such shipment such-

of his thoroughbred stock. delivered to the packers, and while the Doan's Kidney Pills have been test addressee or consignee has received by or .
yield was not unusually large the leaf thousands. I. through it or him noe exceeding one quart of I
by intoxicating I
liquors or wines and not exceeding

LAKE CITY.-Columbia county, in is said by experts to be the finest ever Grateful people testify. six quarts of beer or malt within the last ;
produced in the county. Buyers are Can ask convincing proofof thirty consecutive days and shall keep a record :- $4.75IOE30I I
traffic -
; : -which Lake City is the center of you of such shipments and transportations of I
and of the
and commerce, has called an election already coming some merit? such liquors. or wine or beer or malt. together I I

for Tuesday, September 25th, to crop has been sold by local packers. J. S. Bashaw, 401 E. Main Street, with the date of delivery and the original receipt I ._ '.0ClO.OCIO.. I II
the next few weeks oth- to it, him. or them by the consignee; or
Within many
vote on $500,000 road bonds. The Gainesville, Fla., says: addressee of such shipment which shall at all
I bonds are to be five per cent and to ers will be here eager to purchase the "I suffered a lot from a piercing times be open to inspection by the Marshalor -
fine Gadsden any police officer and or Town Attorneyof Lumber &
product.ST. loins. I also had Quigly Supply Co.
run thirty years. If this issue carries pain through my the said Town of Starke.
-- one of the bad stretches of Florida backache and trouble from the kidney Section 7. That any person firm club association -

road on the Dixie Highway will be obliterated AUGUSTINE.-Thoroughly exhausted secretions. Four boxes of Doan's Kid- agents employee or corporation or employees and or of the either agent violating or- I Starke Fla.

and Tallahassee will be by the buffeting of the waves ney Pills cured me and I have been soy of the provisions of this ordinance ,

brought much nearer the rest of the for more than three hours and from recommending them ever since. I had shall twenty-five upon dollars conviction be fined not less than -
nor more than five hundred

state. the pounding of the terrific surf for tried many remedies I used Doan's without Kidney being dollars. or be imprisoned in the Town Jail for l _ _ _ _ _ _.1
helped before I
probably a half hour, Walter W. Cook ,
and Arthur Speedy crawled up the Pills."
CRAWFORDVILLE. county beach at immediately north Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't
a point
: went dry at a special election last Fri- of Usina's resort Monday evening at simply ask for a kidney remedy get

day by a vote of more than two to one 6 o'clock. Thus ended their holiday Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that

Only one voting precinct voted wet. which began with a dash out to the cured Mr. Bashaw. FosterMilburnCo. N. T. BiTCH, Prea. W. T, Week. Vice-Prefc J. H. RITCH, Cashier

_- 4_ Less than 500 votes were cast in the Reefs for a few hours' deep sea fish ., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((41))
election. This is the first time that
Their boat overturned on the
ing. was
the license has been voted on
;, question return trip and the two men were + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I

in Wakulla county, which was the only thrown into the water, where they + DUVAL HOTELJACKSONVILLE 4 Bradford Bank

: county in the state that had not pre- death for three and a half + 4 County

vinncln" Kallntod..-.-- -nn.. IliA...- .mnttpr..._un. Wa-.. fought .. .a. .
---.1 hours. hot and cow T
Opposite postoffice,
-; kulla is also the only county in the
\ 'state that has no railroad. + water, elevator, telephones; rates 4
+ rooms without bath, $1 ; two per- +
i. .- PALM BEACH.-Seeking! to recover with bath + Bradford County's Financial Stronghold.
sons, same room, $1.50;
t certified check of $20,000 deposited
t ST. PETERSBURG.-Fire starting a + $1.50; two persons same room, $2 +
in connection with the $200,000
t' in the Green Spring Inn, at Safetyt4 + W. S. JONES, Mgr. +

Harbor, shortly before midnight Tuesday bond of issue the of Lake the board Worth of Inlet commissioners District + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank

night, quickly wiped out of existence Palm Beach county), suit has been
that building and its contents, at close of business June 20th 1917.
v brought against the commissioners by
What is LAX-FOS
.Boyd's store the postoffice
t :i. Paul T. Pruden, et al. The last legis-
ii" *Wd grocery store in which it was located lature made the board of commissioners LAX-FOS IS IMPROVED CASCARA i RESOURCES LIABILITIES I

i a drug store and Youngblood'sat of the Lake Worth Inlet District, A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Catharticand
i market and had put out of commission Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark,
The complainants Loans and Discounts 155747.45 Stock
I a public corporation. Capital paid $25,000.00
4T.: every telephone in the village. I endorsement Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black
t' The damage was estimated at about I claim that the necessary i Root,May Apple Root,S nna Leaves and Bradford County School Warrants 1 16,199.40 1 Surplus fund I 10000.00 !
of the war department has never
l ..,000. been given for the project and claim i table Pepsin.aromatic Combines taste.strength Does not witLpda-gripe. SOc Town of Starke Bonds 2,000,00 Undivided profits, less expenses paid 7,965.85 \ 1

that they specified that this should be. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 1 I 1 Cashier's checks outstanding I,I 8.92 j

LIVE OAK. -Last Saturday morn- done before they would buy the bonds.
f' + + + + + 4LEGAL+ + + + + + + + + + All other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 1 Deposits 247,134.23 1 ;;
i' :'Ing W. F. Forshee, who lives in the Dr. The bid of the complainants was accepted + NOTICES 4 i

'Twadwell farm few miles northeast but they are now trying to recover Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 572.08
a + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
rJr r '.of this city, reports a "snake killing their certified check in view of ORDINANCE NO 17. Cash on hand and in Banks 89,764.73

JI time," no less than thirteen diamondback the fact that the war department has AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED AN

J rattlers being put out of exis not endorsed the project, and cites the ORDINANCE INTOXICATING PROHIBITING LIQUORS.THE WINES RECEIPTOF OR TOTAL $291,259.00 TOTAL $291,259.00 J

-_; tence. Though one' big! one in the fact that the war has brought about BEER FROM A COMMON OR OTHER CAR-

bunch measured about 5 feet and had conditions which heretofore were unseen RIER. PROHIBITING THE POSSESSION OF

":.., .five rattles and the customary button, and state that all municipal bond SUCH FROM A LIQUORS COMMON HEREAFTER OR OTHER RECEIVED CARRIER. Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transaction ;

'{: *ith, other dozen were young ones, I issues have depreciated since the entrance AND PROHIBITING THE SHIPMENT AND

;; % -.about two feet long. Later on he found of the United States into the LIQUOR PERSONAL INTO TRANSPORTATION THE CORPORATE OF LIMITSOF SUCH of business is offered by us. Absolute safety, perfect convenience

two more larger ones but only managed war. THE TOWN OF STARKE. BRADFORD
to kill one of them. COUNTY. FLORIDA THE SAID BRADFORD prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank.
-- -- -
r MONTICELLO. Monticello has VOTED AGAINST THE SALE OFSUCH is invited and assured of
LIQUORS WINES OR BEER. FROM Your account cordially you are our

PANAMA CITY.-Mrs. Tennie Bat never been conspicuous for its indus OUTSIDE THE STATE OF FLORIDA OR I ,fr

t j iy, night telephone operator at St. trial enterprises and therefore when BETWEEN THE SAID ANY STATE POINT OF OR FLORIDA POINTS WITHIN AND- best attention at all times. J

Andrews, was accidentally shot by a one of considerable magnitude and of THE SAID CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE .

.vMii Williams of Pensacola, Sunday I great benefit to the community is SAID TOWN OF STARKE. FLORIDA. WITH.
Bight, with a revolver. Mrs. Bainey I launched its good is immediately felt CERTAIN FOR EXCEPTIONS PERSONAL: USE WHETHER OR OTHERWISE

!'j. .i'i taken to Dothan, Ala., Monday by everyone here, while the plant calls AND AUTHORIZING THE SEIZURE lIt ord Bank

fl "monrlnr for medical treatment, the. for most favorable comment from the QUORS.AND WINES DESTRUCTION OR BEER OF PROVIDINGFOR SUCH LI- i County

.. 'oond apparently being very serious. stranger. In this particular line the FEES FOR OFFICERS IN SUCH CASES

f, Hits Williams is a cousin of Mrs. Jefferson County Products Companyis .. AND MAKING COURT CERTIFICATE BEST EVIDENCE OF CLERK OF .

f f Bainey and was spending the night building on the line of the Atlantic I. OF CERTAIN CIRCUIT FACTS IN CERTAIN CASES. .,

Vii :'With her at the exchange office. There Coast Line, near its depot, an up-to- Bradford County's Financial Stronghold.I I : l-
the Town Council of
.. 'Wai around the date elevator and warehouse, which,
: an old revolver lying the Town of Starke. Bradford County. State ;
2lxcftce, which no one ever took any no- according to present calculations, will of Flordia!

%>;.,tfc. of and was supposed to be unload- be finished and ready to handle for the any Section person 1.firm That or it corporation shall be to unlawful receive for directly j 1 Starke, florida.'uu .

V|.A, Miss Williams snapped it at Mrs. farmer the large crop of corn, beans or indirectly intoxicating liquor winesor
raised in the county beer from a common or other carrier In the j
Biihey in a playful attitude, not know- and other cereals laid Town of Starke. of Bradford County. ,

Jitaf it was loaded, and it went off, in- during the season. The company will Florida. the said Town of Starke being sit- u u u'l.nJ u u ln.ru u uni'1.nnJ u u u u u'Lng J -

., '\ficting a serious wound. receive these crops on.storage or will wed in the said Bradford county Thrida.and,
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unaccompanied.This kets and pronounced them tip Article J. be changed from time to time by an amend R. H' .Weaver, Raiforf.
to town on top Florida; j-S
tence, come this corporation shall of the but shall I giit
The capital stock of ment by-laws at no time be shares.
J k/ MM Copply t Telegraph system is so arranged as to be top. Many of the troops are anxiousto be Five Thousand ($5000.00) Dollars to be less than three or more than seven. The directors Tommie Johnson. Raiford. Florida, TV.,..1.-.
brought on gradually and when a man raise their grade and have taken divided into one hundred sham of the par shall be elected by the stockholders at eight shares. .
value of Fifty Dollars each payment for said each annual meeting. and all other officers of
A. J. Johnson, Paiford.
of their field tests for raise of Florida.
he seldom betrays most a Six
is made a full trusty capital stock may be received in cash or in this corporation shall be elected annually by R. H. Ibar.I
.L PtblUhed Weekly, and entered U MCood the trust that is placed in him." grade. The troop returned home Wed- property. real or personal at a fair and jusx the board of directors as soon as may be after TOMMIE WEAVER.JOHNSON.
I valuation therefor. to be fixed by the Board of the annual meeting of the stockholders.
class matter at the post-office at The charges were published in the. nesday with some sunburn and a report Directors of this Corporation. The annual meeting of the stockholders shall STATE OF FLORIDA.A. J. JOHNSON. _

: Starke; Florida. Colonist, the reply of Mr. Lewis was that they had a "bully good time"The Article 4. be on the first Monday of January of each COUNTY OF BRADFORD.
_I published in the Tampa Tribune; as Scout ,Master has promised the The term for which said corporation. shall year or at a time to be fixed by the by-laws. Before roe, a Notary Public in and tat. r
exist shall be Ninety-tine Years. Until the officers elected at the first annual U-
;/ matters now stand the people of Flor- scouts who are faithful some week Article 5: meeting shall be elected and qualified the bus county Weaver.and Tommie state personally Johnson appeared 5. I.ti

E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and OwnerJ ida should demand fuller knowledge. hike in spare time as soon as they get The business of this corporation shall be con- iness of this corporation shall be conductedby son. to me well known to be and the A.person J. J

H. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor Reformers have no right to interfere fitted with a full camp equipment of ducted Vice President by the following Secretary officers and :Treasurer A President anda R.the H.following Weaver.officers President: the foregoing in and proposed who subscribed their naaet fc"scribed ta...,.t

_ : with sentences pronounced by our tents, which the troop's is saving up board of three directors. the office of Secretary Tommie Johnson. Vice President. erally acknowledged before charter.me that and they tn..-..
murderers wandering at for now. Scout :Master Schell considers and Treasurer may be held by one and A. J. Johnson secretary and Treasurer. cmuted the same for the purposes tssvj?
Elihu Root says that in Russia only courts the' same person said board of directors may And the said R. H. Weaver Tommie John pressed.IN therein I
r the shell is rotten, the kernel is sound. I large by way of discharging terms at the scout movement and the scout son and A. J. Johnson Directors. WITNESS WHEREOF I have kermi
I resisted hard labor at the will of irresponsible law as a great factor in education, in Article I. set my hand and affixed my seal this the ,.
But if the Germans are not LASSIFIE The highest amount of indebtedness liability Dtv
or day of September. A. D. 1917.
character and reliable
!, better there will soon be no kernel parties might inspire apprehension or I building strong C D to which this corporation can at any W. H. ANDREWS, 'JJL.f1.:
I even resentment.-Times- and dependable manhood. Secure a time subject itself shall be the sum of Fifteen (SEAL) Notary Khju ,{;
: left. copy of the scout law and encourage ADVERTISINGFOR Thousand (115.000.00) Dollars. My commission expires the 5th day of Hanh

.:- GOOD TIMES S COMING.Things SHOULD HAVE COUNTY PAPER. your boy to join and obey it. Prof. SALE incorporators The name and together residence with of the the amount subscribing subscribed A. V.A.LONG D. 1919.and E. M. JOHNS *$l

; Schell has manifested a great deal of -Three horses. Geo. A. for are as follows: Attorneys.PRIVATE "14-4t

;' 4 : t A good many children in Bradford interest in the Boy Scouts and it is Gardiner, Starke. 6-15-tf. -- -_---
: I are coming Florida-ward. to assist them all ----- I --
county are being raised without the our duty we can.
!tt l The latest is an army cantonment advantage of any kind of reading mat- FOR SALE-Farm 16V4 acres 1 mile r,; -
While that institution will be located north of Starke. Good fence. D.
ter. Some of them do not even have
Some Cane.
near Jacksonville, the whole state will W. McRae, Starke. 8-31-3t i
, the to read. Parents and
.f it. There will be county paper Mr. W. S. Brannen brought to Lake
benefit from
I reap for make a great mistake in not supplyingtheir Butler this week some of the fine large I FOR SALE-Stovewood-75 cents
remunerative employment carpen- per
I J I children with wholesome read-
he raised. Some of the
plumbers, masons and green cane load delivered or 50 cents at mill
ters painters.
: ing matter. By just a little economyin stalks measured eight feet in length
the but Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.
common laborers on spot every a number of ways the cost of the and some of the joints six inches .in
will also be !
mill in the state
Lr, I kept saw busy, thus giving employment to county paper can be saved. A reduction circumference.. They were sold to R. FOR SALE One mule, wagon and AUTION I SAtE

bPf L p I j all who can do their work. The farmer the amount of one-half of tobacco a cent or coffee a day used in W. Kerce. Starke.harness, cheap. A Rosenberg,

will get a nearby market for any I 8-31-tf. I .
by members of the family will pay for II
s produce he has to sell, and what timber the paper and leave a balance of 35 Meeting of City Council FOR RENT-Furnished Ii i
\ of will be bought rooms. Mrs.
he can dispose {cents. City council met in regular session I M. Leviton Rivers II and TRADEV
L f at High prices. The work will include ( Building), I
!I September 5, 1917. Present, A. C. Starke.

11., grading, building, plumbing, painting and I I LAKE BUTLER. Strickland, mayor; J. H. Scarborough, I 8-24-tf. I
well drilling, sewers,
t- roads telephone and electric lines,I I protem. FOR SALE My fine mule, wagon I

of channel in the St. Johns Minutes of last and intervening and harness at a bargain. D. T. Live Stock V
dredging a I The Pan Electric Show- gave an en- meetings read and approved.
Clark Starke.
river from Jacksonville to Black Point 8-24-4t.
J tertainment in Lake Butler this weekin Officers reports read and referredto
$1 i. J for the accommodation of large ships, the Lake Butler High School audi- investigating committee.
1 also wharves and warehouses. torium. It was largely attended and FOR RENT-6 room cottage next
Chairman Dell of the
sanitary committee door C.
to P. Cason, on Call street.
After this work has been completed
i fave great satisfaction, the pictures
made report of general sani- J. W. Andrews & Son. 9-7-tf.
: '" by an army of workmen, then will being as bright as any show in the tary conditions of the city and recom-

: come the young men who are to train cities. A great addition was the explanation -
t 7 mended that some steps be taken to FOR SALE-Twenty head of steers
for the quartermaster's department, of the pictures by Mrs. Pan-
improve the conditions as they exist. and large bulls. Also 1916 Ford car
S f' \ and probably also men to train for other abaker they thrown the
as were on
Marshal was instructed; to have all in good condition. D. W. Alvarez,
g i branches of the army. While the screen. The show will from here to
I rubbish removed di-
,. objectionable as Starke House, Starke.
1 war lasts there will be at the cantonment Lawtey Friday and Saturday, Sept 14
4 L rected by chairman of sanitary com [
; from 10,000 to 30,000 men at all and 15th. The large number that attended mittee. I
acre farm 3 miles
times, to consume much of the fruit this well
as place was pleased
Chas. H. chairman of the
t Register, east of Starke; 4 acres under fence,
and produce in the state. Ac- Lake Butler orchestra furnished
I finance committee made motion that in
3 cultivation.
Price E.
$400. I We
tivities in department of enI ic. will sell carload'orlmore of
every one good
$500 be transferred from the general E. Lee, Starke, Fla. 9-7-2t. young
f deavor will come into being, and all Mrs. R. C. Davis left here Sunday to
fund to time certificates fund was seconded unbroken mules at our stables in
who have labor or produce or goods visit her sister in Gainesville, who is :
by Mr. Jones, and carried. FOR SALE-One horse mowing ma-
t I to sell will reap a rich harvest. in the sanatorium in that' lace, having -
Moved and carried that toilets near chine, practically new, cheap for
Bradford county, on account of her undergone an operation recently.The Lake Butler Bank and J. H. Scarbor- cash or will trade for a buggy. S.
-' excellent railway facilities, may be patient is getting on nicely. LAKE BUTLER
ough be designated as city toilets and L. Prescott, Brooker, Fla. 9-14-21.
: said to lie at the gate of the cantonment -
very Mr. W. N. Roberts, who was calledto same to be kept in sanitary conditionby \
I and we advise the farmers to the bedside of his sister, Mrs. Platt,
100 horse
city. -? buy ,
themselves to fill the demands Saturday September 15th
prepare who has been seriously ill at her homein
Motion that the mayor be and is wagon, buggy and harness. This is I
; to be made upon them. Raise beef, Live Oak, returned last Monday and
hereby authorized to confer with Pep- a bargain for you.. Must sell soon.
7 pork, chickens and eggs, then vege- reported the lady to be convalescing.Mr. .
per Publishing Company, of Gaines- Wm. H. H. Whistler. 9-14-tf. atlp.m.
tables of all kinds, strawberries, and Mrs. C. A. Triest, Mr. and ville, and ascertain prices of printing I

I. grapes and peaches, beside the heavy Mrs. M. L. Triest, Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. City Ordinance book. FOR SALE-I have for sale or exchange -

staple products. The time to make Triest and children, Charles, Odessa
Bills examined and paid as follows in the vicinity of Starke
: sev-
hay 1 is when the sun shines. and Rayanna, of Waldo, spent last Green Fitzpatrick hauling garbage ____ 2.80 eral improved farms. For further This stock will, be sold to the highest bidder, one

Immense numbers of people will go Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith. Shelton Hall draying '-__________ 1.50 \
from South Florida in automobiles to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Triest are the M. T. Tillis do _________________ .50 information call on or write J. C. at a time, or in pairs, just to suit the buyer.
Times Publishing Co. minutes 2.00 Starke Fla.
printing Gainey, 9-7-4t.
I visit the cantonment as soon as the ent sof Mrs. Smith. Hardy Newsome street work ________ 16.87A. This stock will be in our stables this week. Call <<
work is fairly started. Their roads to C. Strickland aerv. rendered _____ 8.00J.
Mr. Frederick Pezzullo, of Miami, W. Townaend councilman ___ 6.00 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-My 20 and see them. Positively by.bidding.'i
Point will take them no
and from Black
has accepted a position with the Cut Chas. H. Register do ____, 7.00 acre farm; 15 acres in cultivation;
in Bradford ____ ___ ___
through every coun- R. E. Dell do 8.00
44 without Price Store of this place. He was for- J. W. Jones do _____________ 7.00J. 3 room house and barn, also straw-
ty, and they will pass no town merly the manager of the Bee Hive H. Scarborough do ....__.....__.. 7.00 berry plants. All reasonable. See KING BROTHERS

I I making purchases, thereby helping the Store of Miami.Mr. C. F. Rivers clerk ___________ 8.00 or write 0. 0. Stokes, Starke, Fla.
_______ .
trade of the towns. We congratulate G. V. Phillips salary August 45.00
yi D. F. Floyd returned home last Shelton Hall do ___________ 40.00 9-7-2t.
Jacksonville on the acquisition of the Tuesday. He had been to Jacksonvillefor J. R. Chabtain treasurer ____,;___ *1.00 .
cantonment, but whatever helps the No further business council adjourned. ,
a few. days and reports that cityto FOR SALE-Thoroughbred registered
metropolis, benefits all the territory C. F. RIVERS Clerk.
be booming and plenty of work and
Tamworth boar, two years old, in
around and Bradford
comes positions to be had. He will return healthy condition. An extra bargainfor ESTABLISHED 1886

I L the radius thus benefitted.S t othe city in a week or two.. as he has THE COTTON MARKET.The a quick buyer. Apply to E. A. J. R. DAVIS & COMPANY

; OUR CONVICTS. secured employment there. Mr. Floydis Kennedy, Lake Geneva, Fla. .

a good carpenter and can turn out ---- INSURANCE Ii
condition of the cotton market
fine work. FOR SALE-85 acres land, 40 acres Fire Tornado. Accident. Liability, Plate C1aua, Steam Boi1e. Burglary;Bonds'
One W. F. LaRowe is going about seems to be unchanged since last week.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Les- in cultivation, three-fourths mile STARKE FLORIDA I
The the ,
the length and breadth of price quotations are same as
lie Parrish, of near Dukes, died Sep-
west of Hampton. A bargain for
speaking to sympathetic church people they have been for several months
I tember 2nd. The little body was laid
cash. Write H. B. Wiggins Route
So far the to
as a minister or religious reformer past. spinners seem not
admitting that he has served six to rest in Elzey Chapel cemetery.Last have entered the market and there is 3, Tampa, Fla. 9144t.
Sunday Sept 9th, the annualmeeting
:' years for cause in the southern Illinois practically no cotton being sold by the
of the Primitive A.
prison pen. He has a tale to tell I Baptist was 'factors. It is expected that the spin- LOST-Blue serge coat on Starke and CREWS
I held at Little Springs church, conducted road betweenthe
Worthington Springs
of cruelty and graft and suffering nrrs will begin to buy within the next
by Elders Dukes; Moody, Bell and places of Ellerson Kelly and J.
week there is
among our Florida convicts which he and a general feeling
made to retract Fowler. They were assisted by Elder those who somewhat in G. Colson. Reward for return to
should be to prove or among are Blacksmith and
Parrish, of Georgia. About 1,500 peo- N. C. Mott, Route 1, Starke. It. Wheelwright
without loss of time. We omit the repulsive touch with the situation that prices
ple attended. The usual pleasant en-
I essential will be good.
points are particulars-the that he makes charges joyable time was spent, as is alwaysthe Local buyers throughout Bradford I LOST OR STOLEN-One black and Horseshoeing a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed
case at these gatherings.Mr. .
white spotted hound dog, 3
against the bosses at Raiford and county have reduced their prices. Thisis years

charges Gov. Catts and the board with Gurney E. Crews and. Miss An- not based on any transactions in the old, named "Fowler." Liberal reward Raiford Florida!

t either gross neglect or guilty knowledge na Clemons were joined in the holy market, but is because the local buy- for his return or whereaboutsby

; of eviLReplying bonds of matrimony, Friday, Sept. 7th ers do not yet know what the market Tate Kite, owner, Starke.

.. were published to by these the Zephyrhills charges which Colonist in Wolf Jacksonville performing, County the ceremony.Judge A.Mr.M. will operations be, and until they prefer a price to basis curtail is their es- STOLEN-From my residence near m 11I111I11I1111I1111I11I1 llillhIIIiII ill I III iii mil 111I!HIlI II ill III II llill III III III U "

4 I J. T. Lewis, a citizen of Rai- Crews is the youngest son of Mr. and tablished. The farmers very generally Johnstown, one lady's size, seven -= =_:r

J ford, declares they are essentially if Mrs. J. B. Crews, of near Lake But- are holding their cotton awaiting jewel, hunting case Waltham watch. =- =->

j I : not entirely false and gives us quite ler, and Mrs. Crews is the eldest developments, and this seems to be the One Perfect, 16 size, 17 jewel, open

: t another picture, extolling the inno- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cle- wise thing to do. To rush the cottonon face Elgin watch. One gold brace- ; This; War Will Be Won ;

,4, cence, honesty and kindness of the mons, of near New River. They will the market at reduced prices be- let marked "F. V." One pair plain V. ,* =

I men attacked-unless we take it for spend a few weeks with relatives and fore the spinners even make an offer- gold cuff buttons with round heads. _= on the Farm i

; i granted that Mr. Lewis is worthy of then go to Jacksonville where they will ing for it would be sure to result in a One pearl handled pocket knife. One -'

entire respect and Mr. LaRowe is entirely make their future home, both having movement of the balance of the crop purse, Ardine Holland. I will pay EJ Need for more food is world-wide. Crop -

: unworthy the people of Florida secured positions in that city. We wish at prices far below what general con- ten dollars reward for the return. of = prices promise to remain high indefinitely. It

4 should into the matter. For happiness and prosperity will attend ditions to warrant the farmer in the articles and the conviction of the
go deeper : seem == is the duty of every Florida Grower to strive
them in their h
new me.Mr. thief. William Varnes. :
the wandering stranger we care noth- expecting for it. -
= to literally make every acre produce its ut-
F. M. Rivers returned last Mon-
ing. Mr. Lewis says: Judging from all the circumstancesthis
Fertilizers should be used
day after an extended tour of South FOR SALE-Farm of 176 acres 35 = most. liberally and $
: "As to the Farm itself, I would like, appears to be a timewhen, the far- ; -
t Florida, taking orders for the famous ,. acres in cultivation in six fields; all = purchased now. You need the very best fertilizers
I through the state press, to briefly review mer needs to keep his nerve and be
; .. a few points that are not clear Rivers double and single stock plows.He patient until the situation steadies. good land; nearly all stumped; 50 rs obtainable. for this is certainly not a a

: I to the Colopist and may not be to brought back many orders which Without his assistance the crop can- budded pecan trees; 150 peach trees; -== time for experimenting. 5.,

many ptrsohs throughout the state. will keep the factory busy for some not be held. The money value involved a nice 5-room house and outbuild- -- ---

4 The Farm was not built, nor is it time. He expects to make a trip over is too great for a few men to carry. ings; irrigating plant; one mule and

'a maintained, by "the tax payers mon Georgia, and as usual, hopes to secure I t farm implements; 43 head of cattle; 14rmour

Less than four No- quite a number of orders in that state. 20 hogs. Will sell at a sacrifice for .
ey. years ago ( + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
vember, 1913) the present superintendent Rev. W. T. McGuire will begin a + LEGAL NOTICES 4 cash, or will trade for city income

Captain D. W. Purvis, landed in series of meetings in the Christian + + + + + + + + + + property. Am 78 years old and .

Raiford with five men and, three miles church at this place, commencing on NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR must sell one of the best stock

from town started to carve out of the Monday evening, Sept. 24th, and con- NOTICE is LETTERS hereby given PATENT.that the undersigned farms in Florida. 10 miles from Vegetable aI ndCittq,

wilderness, the world's model peniten- tinue for a week or ten days. Rev. will apply to the Honorable Sidney J. Starke, between Brooklyn and The-

I tiary. Today five thousand acres are McGuire has met up with a great deal Catta. Governor of the State of Florida. on the I ressa, near two lakes. Inquire of .
8th day of October. A. D. 1917. for letters ,
under fence, nearly four thousand of success. All are cordially invited to patent. incorporating WEAVER DRUG COM. C. A. Youngblood Theressa, Fla. Fertilizers

acres cleared and three thousand under attend these meetings.Mrs. PANY. under the following proposed charter 9-7-tf.
the original of which is now on file in the of.
S. E. Carroll and son, Johnnie,
cultivation. This is less than four
fice of the Secretary of State of Florida.
years ago, and not one cent of thitazpayers' of Lake Park, Ga., are visiting rela- R. H. WEAVER. LEMON JUICE IS -

money has been used.:. :. The tives here. TOMMIE A. J. JOHNSON.JOHNSON M. D. FRECKLE REMOVERGirls EJ Include 45 reliable formulas, made from well

I entire work has been done by the inmates Proposed Charter .f Weaver Drag CompanyThe Es known standardized materials of proved

w of the institution and the expense Boy Scouts Back From Hike. undersigned hereby associate themselves EE crop-makin ability-a complete line designed -
together for the purpose of forming a corpor-
,1 has been borne from the lease of Last Tuesday morning the Boy ation under and by virtue of the Laws of the Make This Cheap Beauty == ta get bil'gest possible crops under
those convicts that are scattered Scouts assembled at the scout hall at State of Florida with the following proposed ,
.L charter: Lotion to Clear and == average: Florida cotidtiona! ; : Many are the well
throughout the state on turpentine and the sound of the bugle with Scout Article 1.
original Armour brands-(of which
lumber camps. The people need not Master F. G. Schell and commenced The name of this corporation Ihall be Whiten Your Skin.
I I .is their WEAVER DRUG COMPANY. and its business = tens of thousands of tons have actually been
as far as their money con- march of nine miles to Worthington -
worry -
Ihall be transacted and conducted in the
== usd in Florida! )-with .
-T cerned." Springs. It was the longest State of Florida. and other states of the Unit Squeeze the juice of two lemons in- no change except

N.U Is this an institution supported by hike since the organization of the ed States of America wherever profitable. necessary to a bottle containing three ounces == slightly less potash Particulars free from -

convict labor for private or corporate troop. Scout Master Schell is very buaineu or shall convenient be in the the Town principal of place Raiford.! of of orchard white, shake well, and you: --

f profit? If BO the public should know proud of his troops and will parade Bradford county. Florida. have a quarter pint of the best freckle I r

how far the contractors are allowedto them in uniform at the Fair. On arrival Tb general nature Article of, the 2. business or businesses and tan lotion, and complexion -= Armour Fertilizer Works

go in exploiting convict labor and of the troops at Worthington Mr.J. to be transacted or conducted by said beautifier at very, very small cost |J Jacksonville FU.

by what law they are given authority F. Lamb very generously offered the corporation and retail shall drug be: business To engage to in fill the prescriptions wholesale Your grocer has the lemons and any

to punish by whipping and other "un scouts the use of the springs during and to engage in wholesale and retail drug store or toilet counter will supply -

.4 usual methods. Or ia it an institution their stay. Some of the scouts took mercantile and commission buaineu. and to three ounces of orchard white fora

through which experiments toward reform their swimming tests and lessons. and carry or on connected any trade therewith or business to incidental buy sell thereto exchange few cents. Massage this sweetly | Get Yours Now !

are made as we might suppose I when evening approached every scout for itself or as agents for others all fragrant lotion into the face, neck,
of Mr. Lewis kinds of real or personal property to borrow and hands each day and how
tom this statement : got busy gathering Spanish moss to arms see
money for the use of the company and to tosne -
: JThe trust system it used and every prepare their beds in a vacant build I I notes or other security therefor and to freckles and blemishes disappear and

"!1 f day, I see men' in thif Jtearing' the ing. They like veterans fixed their I deal other in negotiable mortgages paper notes in connection stocks, bonds with the or how clear, soft and white the skin be- llIl11lll1l1lUnlllnll! !UIlIIIIIIll! Illllllll1llhiJj1jll11.lIIiIllllhI! I I1HflhIL1IlIllllhiIiii L

strip a, who are seffmga1I. sen Bunks of moss and spread their blan- business of the corporation. comes. Yes! It is harmless. ((97) _.. ....





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Captain Henry E. Freeman left last SEPTEMBER EXAMINATION.The BIRTHDAY PARTY.

Friday for Macon, Ga., where he his

If been assigned to duty with the engi- following are taking teacher's Little Merrill,-son of Mrs. A. S. Mc SUITS f FINE $$15

= Bits of LocalInformation neer branch of the army. examination in Starke this week. The Millan, was five years old Tuesday,

{ results will be given in next week's September 11th, and celebrated the
Mr. Rawson J. Davis, billing clerk issue of the Telegraph: day by inviting his friends to a partyat ANDREWS CLOTHING STORE
Stw for Swift & Company, Jacksonville, '. A. L. Taylor and D. 0. McRae, of his home on West Call street The ;
t JOmr was a guest at the home of his parents Starke; J. M. Groover and Edyth War- decorations were in pink and white, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE N
in Starke
Sunday. ren, Brooker; Alvin Wasdin, Graham; and the birthday cake had five pink
"H. r- ... >rfeM Mtf ? Mae Fripp, TillmSn, S. C.; Myrtis candles. Refreshments consisting of Last Sunday at Little Springs, the Ji
.. .. c...., ... r.... j Let me make you a new automobile Wynne, Ft. White; Violet Chapman, ice cream and cake were served, Mrs. Primitive Baptist held their yearly big l
top and cushions, or repair the old I meeting. Among those from Starke
Sampson McMillan i
City; Virgie Rogers and May being assisted by Miss Eu- t
ones. All kinds of automobile! uphol- who attended this meeting were Mr.
McKinney, Lake Butler; Ruby Ben- nice Robinson and Miss Inez Moitt .i
stery. M. Leviton.If nett and Lena Brinson, Theressa. Souvenirs were tiny United States and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, F. A. Scott, .. .:j jI

t Mrs. J. C. Robinson returned home flags. Many pretty presents were Wilbur Scott Doris Scott, CoL and 1
WHY NOT after two weeks at the town does not clean out the IMPORTANT [ Mrs. D. E. Knight, Hollis and Paul j
Saturday, spending MEETING WED. brought to the little host, and the children -II
J Jasper with her parents. street gutters it will soon have the expensive had a fine time playing. | Knight. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epper t IJ
job on hand of digging up Those son, Raiford Epperson, Mr. E. R. Pop-
Rose Leviton
present were: ,
choked storm sewers. Papers and Come and Help to Give Soldier Boys pell and family, W. G. Brooks and
) The Powell-Smith Co. have loaded Ruth and Isla Poppell, Virginia Weeks
r; C. 0. Carroll, of Dukes, was in town Good Send-off.
straw do
two cars with naval stores this week not sink in the catchment Lucile Mitchell, Elizabeth and Estelle family, F. S. Norman and family, Mrs.
,,Saturday. basins, but will enter the pipes and Ralph Johns, Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tom-
,.: A carload now, when the cars must be Kendrick, Etholin White, Paul Ernest
of skirts loaded to full capacity, means almost are liable to dam them up in places. The people of Starke and vicinityare Knight, Eugene Matthews, Lester linson and children, Mr. and Mrs. .
Biff line at Sternberg's.J. expected to meet at the Orestes Fralick, N. T. Ritch Vivirette
twice as much as in former days. Armory on Price Robinson, Owen Griffin, George ,
From the Arcadia Enterprise we Wednesday; Sept. 19th, at 7:30 p. m., Johns, Russell Daniel, Edmund Burn- Floyd and Miss Nannie HowelL
J. C. Byrd, of Raiford, was in town I
learn that a camp of Boy Scouts have to help in an entertainment given to
sed I
Fall at Ted
J business. millinery Sternberg's.Miss Stilley, Joseph Poppell, Don
f Wednesday on been organized in that town with J. E. the from Bradford
young men county
;, George Baisden, David Mitchell TRY
Anita Wills returned home Trice, scoutmaster, and Bruce L. Davis who have been selected to represent us I Morrell Smith, Allen Cameron. SUBSTITUTE i

;, For altering, cleaning or pressingof Sunday after a delightful visit in Phil- of the clerical force of the C. H. in the new National Army and who They all expressed themselves as delighted FOR NASTY CALOMEL I
; clothes, go to Jf. Levitcn. adelphia and Atlan.ic City. & N. R. R., assistant scoutmaster. will leave the following day for Camp with the entertainment and
'" Bruce is a Starke boy and his many Jackson.
Some repairs have been made to they friends here will The wished their little host many happy Starts your Liver Without Mak ,I
.' We sell the best flour at $12.50 per rejoice over his new program will consist offcatriotic returns of the day.
[ Gaskins brick building this week. barrel. A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. honors. speeches, music and songs. The Starke ing You Sick and Can f
Raiford.t Red Cross Relief Committee will present -
not Salivate.
LOST-Automobile crank. Reward Shakespeare didn't-but we want to a comfort kit to each young man NEW PUPILS ATTENDING HIGH :

for return to L. C. Powell, Starke. hav- repeat that we have the best paint on who is to leave on the 20th. SCHOOL. I'
Miss Doris Law is in Lawtey,
> the market-Woolsey's-for inside Every druggist in town-your drug-
of the :
ing accepted a position as one
H. Thomas of the Dukes and outside work. Lumber & BUSINESS CHANGE.M. gist and {
R. section teachers in the school there. Quigley The Bradford everybody's druggist has noticed ;! I
::; had business in Starke Monday. Supply Co.Professor. County High School a great falling off in the sale I
I has enrolled number of who
a pupils
Little Misses Ruth and Iva Wells, Cameron has bought the interestof attended other schools last term. Be- of calomel They all give the same t

l PAY LESS AT of Alachua, have been visiting their for Live Oak R.to A.take Green up his left duties Tuesday as R. R. 'oatright in the Starke Mo- low is a list of the.new pupils accord- reason.its place.Dodson's Liver Tone is taking ,

aunt, Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson. principal of the Suwannee County tor Co., and the concern is now owned ing to the grade they have entered: "Calomel is dangerous and people t
by him and 0. L. Nash. Their I First-Marguerite Mansel Jackson-
School garageis ,
High Before
going Mr. know it while Dodson's Liver
Tone is
Mrs. F. A. Scott and children Wil- away
ville Lucile
Green a very busy one, automobiles stop- ; Johns, Hampton; Jessie
out the information
Mr. E. Carter and son George of bur and Doris who have been gave that perfectly safe and gives better re- "
spendingth he ping there at all times for repairs or Goodman, Boatdrain; Elma Lang, Car-
!,. Highland, were here Wednesday on epast two months at Kingsley lake, would next be a candidate in the primary supplies. Mr. Cameron invites his car bur; Donald King, Okahumpka; J. G. suits" said a prominent local drug-
spring for representativein gist. Uodson's Liver Tone is
: business. returned home last week. owner friends to patronize the garabe.Mr. Alvarez. person-
s the legislature. At the session of
ally by
guaranteed every druggist who
Boatwright will probably move Second-Clara Belle Tillis, Waldo
5 Louis H. Hill, the Lawtey 'real estate A. D. Andrews Mercantile Companyhas 1913 Mr. Green was messenger of the to Gainesville and Mr. Nash will be Wesley Goodwin, Boatdrain. sells it. A large bottle costs 50 cents,

man, was a visitor to Starke just received a car load of salt. House, at the session of 1915 he was the manager of the garage. Third-Edmund Silvernail, Jack- and if It fails to give easy relief in
assistant chief clerk, and at the ses- of liver
every case sluggishness and
Wednesday.Just """- sonville Rich Union
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Prof. R. A. Green left Tuesday for sion of 1917 he was given his third ; Lois Lang, Carbur;'Elizabeth Wil- constipation, you have only to ask for :
promotion when he
unloaded a car of fence wire. Live Oak to assume his new positionas was elected chief liams, Lake Butler; Oscar Griffis, Boat your money back. ,t'
A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. supervising principal of the high clerk. To keep up the record of pro- SUITS FINE drain; Geneva Thomas, Union Chapel; Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant-
motions he now asks to be elected $$15
a tasting, purely vegetable remedy :
school of that city. member of the House. Cora Dyal, Belmore; Gray Turner, ,
::4 Chesley Fogg came up from Graham Gainesville; Joseph Thomas, Orlando; harmless to both children and adults.

Wednesday to transact businesS in Mrs. Mary Williams and Mrs. Moss NOTICE. I Allen Moody, Randolph; Nellie Silver- Take a spoonful at night and wake ;

Starke.B. Johnson, of Tampa, mother and sisterof nail, Jacksonville; Cora Griffis, Boat- up feeling fine; no biliousness, sick i
Mrs. Frank Burnsed, were her drain. 1 i headache, acid stomach or constipated
B. W. Hodges, and family, of Tampa guests during last week. All persons who own or control lots OPPOSITE POST OFFICE Fourth-Rosa Leviton, Valdosta. bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause

:- are visiting relatives in Starke grown up in weeds are hereby required Fifth-Marie Sparkman, Jackson- inconvenience all the next day like

:- this Saturday D. W. Alvarez bought ten within the next ten days, to destroy MASQUERADE PARTY TONIGHT.The ville; Laura Ellington, Union Chapel; violent calomel Take a dose of calomel II

head of cattle and drove them home. A all weeds growing on such prop- Percy Griffis, Boatdrain. today and tomorrow you will feel

week.MORGAN'S couple of hours later he was seen driv- erty. public is invited to a masquerade Sixth-Winnifred Wimberly, High- weak, sick and nauseated. Don't losea
? ing them away again. He had sold JOE HILL WILLIAMS, party to be given at the school land; Charles Johns, Alachua; Lee day's work! Take Dodson's Liver

M'' them at'a good profit. Mayor. house tonight. Any kind of customes Morgan, Wateroak.SeventhOrville. Tone instead and feel fine, full of vigor

... may be worn and prizes wil Ibe awarded Griffis, Boatdrain: ; and ambition. ((14-5H i
G. M. Bennett, of Theressa, was Misses Beatrice and Lenore Cady APPROACHING MARRIAGE.Mr. for the best costumes. Dora Griffis, Boatdrain. .

f; shaking hands with his Starke friends left Tuesday for their home in Hart- Suitable rooms in the school have Eighth-Maria Thomas, Orlando. THE

Tuesday. ford Conn., after a visit here with and Mrs. R. H. Green, of Lake Ixtn fitted up for the occasion and a Ninth-Odessa King, Leesburg, Carl ,

'p. their brother, Mr. Guy C. Cady.If Butler, announce the approaching go-il time is in store for all. A small Johns, Hampton. CHAMPION STAPLE PULLER ,

Beautiful line of waists at Stern marriage of their daughter, Miss Amy, admission of 10 cents will be chargedand Eleventh-Maurice Langford, Lake AND

berg's. you want a picture enlarged, see I to Mr. G. D. Faircloth, Jr., on September proceeds will go to the school fund Butler. WIRE SPLICERFifty i

i: us. We will give you better work for I 23, 1917. for buying song books.
\ The cool weather Tuesday was an less money than you can get elsewhere :I Punch and sandwiches will be on LIVE STOCK MARKET.The cents now buys a $1.00 Staple
You KNOW what OUR CARD OF THANKS. Puller and Wire Splicer combined.
1 1&peeable: change from the long conk guarantee I sale.

.;.. tinued -hot spell. means: Hoover Bros. Studio. Jacksonville live stock market THE WORLD'S BEST.A .

n 'J.-- We sincerely thank all the kind ,Miss Carrie Uglow has returned. remains strong. While the prices of- big demand, so rush your order today -
H. Dowling, a venerable and solid No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever.It friends who assisted us during the last from a trip to Asheville, N. C. fered there for hogs and cattle are stating how many wanted. Ad-

'i:;;:' ,citizen of the Raiford section, was is the most speedy remedy we know. illness of our sister, Mrs. Jane War- considerably below the prices offered

t" in town Wednesday. ren. MISSIONARY SOCIETY. there for hogs and cattle are consid- dressLUTHER H. 'CRIBBS

All of the newest'and best things in S. B. WOODARD, -- erably below the prices in the Western Box 146
It Special sale going on at the Cash photos. Better work for legs money D. D. WOODARD, Every lady of the M. E. church and markets still they are high enough to STARKE FLORIDA

Department Store. i than you can hope to get elsewhere. MRS. LAURA FINLEY. friends who desire to help are invitedto make stock raising a very inviting

J When in town pay us a visit, we want attend the Ladies Missionary So- field for Bradford county farmers..

Miss Martha Fripp, of Tillman, S. you to see what we are doing. Hoover W. C. T. U. MEETING.The ciety this afternoon, at 3 o'clock at the Hogs ranging from 210 to 300
b _C, has returned to Starke and has re- Bros. Studio.R. home of Mrs. C. L. Peek. pounds are bringing $15.25 to $15.75 S *

entered the High School. Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion Plans will be made for the fall and per hundred gross weight; 180 to 210 Ask Your Grocer

J. Andrews, county commisisonerfrom will meet next Monday after- winter work. In absence of president, pounds, $14.75 to $15.50; 150 to 175
the Lake Butler district and Mrs. Barr will conduct service.A pounds $1425 to
jt one the $15.25; 125 to 150
17th inst. three
noon, at o'clock,
COME IN AND of the most successful farmers in Flor- at the Methodist church. Mrs. F. A. special missionary program will pounds, $12.25 to $14.50.
ida, was a business visitor to Starke Scott has be rendered, after which a social hour Beef steers are bringing all the way
prepared an unusually good.
'' Monday.Mr. will be enjoyed. A free will offeringwill from $5.75 per hundred for light CHEERNBCCOFFEES
program and will be the leader for the !
Rev. T. L. Z. Barr has gone to Evin- 'I afternoon. A cordial invitation is extended be taken for local work. weight steers to $9.75 for fed steers
aton to assist in revival services at the Ruric A. Wells, a Starke boy to all. ranging from 800 to 1,000 pounds.
fit Methodist church at that place. who volunteered for service several I I Farmers should invest some of the
weeks is in the M. E. CHURCH. receive for
ago, now navy training CARD OF THANKS. money they high priced
Meet me at Stump's. camp at Norfolk, Va. cotton in brood sows and pasture fences. -

I I I Let worship at church Hog raising is the thing that will
us together
Roadmaster W. B. Haynes, of Vidalia Just received a nice line of ladies The "mock trial" held recently at next Sunday and be thankful for the make Bradford county independent of Best By Every Test
the A. M. E. church for the sake of
: : ready to wear goods. A. D. Andrews the boll weevil.
j Ga., in Starke Monday vis-
was Mercantile Co. raising funds for the completion of the "Day of all the week the best
it iting relatives. Emblem of eternal rest."
".,."' church, was a success in every partic- AGRICULTURAL MEETING.Dr. .
; Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptic, Anodyne Messrs. L. G. Johnson and R. E. ular. We herewith express our sin- Regular services all day. Sunday .
: cere thanks, first, to all those who took school at 9:45. Preaching at 11 a. m.
well known citizens of the
k kKills pain, stops putrefaction. F. L. Brown, vice-president of H
Dukes section, were visitors to Starke part in the play, and, second, to all and 7:30 p. m. Junior League at 4 the Florida Association
who came and with the contributions o'clock, leader, Eugene Matthews, sub- Agricultural ,
4 Thursday and paid the Telegraph of-
Mrs/S. F. Hamrick is having some will speak at the court house in Starkeat
helped the good cause. ject, "Only a Boy. Senior Epworth : AW
fice friendly call. ;
repairs done her residence 7:30 o'clock
jig .to corner Members of Starke A. M. E. Church. League at 7 o'clock, leader Wilbur Saturday, September29th.
"Walnut and Lafayette streets. Dr. Brown is acting
v as organiser -
T. R. Sweat, the Jacksonville tie Scott; subject, "After Vacation, for the association and
hopes to W R.
man, has been in Starke during the
perfect branch here. The main
week visiting relatives and transact- THOUGHT TO BE A MURDERER are welcome.DISSOLUTION a pur-
I MAKE US pose of the association is to improve
ing business. marketing for farm products. HARDWAREW
Jerre S. Wills, special agent of the
Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at Atlantic Coast Line, while in Jackson- -
r Lieutenant Archibald J. Thomas, ofpL the Cash Store.J. ville have this dissolved Expensive Ambition.
Department yesterday captured a negro by We day part- W
: Starke has 327th Novelist Philip Curtiss that at
been to the says
the L. Nash and R. Boat-
name of Willard Welcome who is nership as 0. R.
\:..Wfiment of infantry at Camp Gordon, T. Quigley has loaded two cars thought to be the man who murdered wright, in the Starke Motor Co., Mr. heart that all women are cave women. But
;'Atlanta. wouldn't be so bad If they didn'twant A
., with extra fine large timbers duringthe I Paul Hill a white man of High Springs Boatright retiring. Mr. M. Cameron
to drive
to the in
week. They were consigned. to a about a year and a half ago. has bought the interest of Mr. Boat- up cave alimousine.
Men's .-Grand Rapids Press.
'. hats and caps. Sternberg's.'Yrs. Jacksonville firm. Hill was shot and killed at Burnett's wright, and the partnership will here- '

: Lake and at one time it was believed after be 0. L. Nash and M. Cameron. R ..
L. A. Davis, Sr., of Fernan- The School and Civic Club will meetat that the murderer's escape was impos- The new firm assumes the liabilities of Whenever You Need a General Tonic

:}.... Ii a guest at the home of her son, the home of Mrs. A. M. Darby on sible, but notwithstanding the entire the former firm, and all debts to the Take Grove's.The E

fr'Mw. 1,. A. Davis, on West Madison Wednesday afternoon, September 18that section was scoured for a week or Starke Motor Company wil the paid to I' Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is 'j
afreet equally
,as a
: 2:30. All members are urged to be more by large bodies of determinedmen the new firm. General Tonic because it contains the H

present.No. he succeeded in eluding capture.Mr. 0. L. NASH, well known tonic properties of QUININEand C. Jones
PROVE IT. Wills brought his man to the M. CAMERON. IRON. It acts on the Liver,Drives 1>
666 will cure Malaria or Bilious county jail in this city last night.- Starke, Fla., out Malaria Enriches the Blood and Starke Florida

I Fever. It kills the germs. Gainesville Sun, Sunday. September 12, 1917. Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents. ..-
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IttrORTATION: tle more time than the

TO FLORIDA i PROHIBITED 1 1I I Unless You Are Careful Varieties Will to give, so it may be necessary to pay ; J
Become Mixed. him a little extra. The money spentto There were 3 bales of cotton
Abandon One Crop Plan For
Introduction of Sept 10.-0wing I Farmers the ned in Bradford county, from
is to Prevent secure ginner's co-operation in the *
Object Few cotton realize when en>
and growers
WeeviL to the serious drouth and resulting Peanuts, Pigs Prosperity. the maintenance of is of 1917 prior to September 1 -
II Sweet Potato Root they take back seed from an ordinarygin i pure seed almost 1917,.
shortage of pasture grasses some compared with 54 bales !
negligible in view of the favor- ginned
to use in planting the next Priori
the Western states, a large number of -- able effect such precautions will have to September 1, 1916. '
Noticepi' the extent to which their seed be
Port and Railway Inspection and breed- MARIANNA.-As compared with may .
the pure-bred high-grade "
No. 7, of the State Plant Board of ing cows and heifers will have to be former years, Jackson county's cotton I mixed with seed of the cotton crop upon the farmer's crops in succeedingyears. N. D. WAINWRIGHT, i

Florida is as follows: moved to better ranges or sent to the crop is a negligible factor. Perhaps ginned just previous to their lot, says Special Age I

Shipment of sweet potatoes and of slaughter houses to prevent total losses 20 per cent of acreage was planted in the University of Florida extension _
, sweet potato plants into Florida from the and possibly 10 cent division. Yet this matter is of vital -='
the herds. spring per
on I .. ... ,
., :1i
other states and countries prohibited.At The United States bureau of animal of a crop will be gathered. The disas- importance to all cotton raisers who $.dl ""- :ii
a meeting of the State Plant husbandry officials have been exerting ter brought by the boll weevil last wish to grow a uniform variety of cot- a

Board of Florida, held at Tallahassee, have the convincing proof of the necessity -
to good year was ton.As
August 13, 1917, the following rule every ing stock energy conserved for breed-I for a change in farming meth- everyone who has studied cotton i I I I cfe 1 Better J

a was adopted: calf crops in the future, realizing thatthe ods and an absolute abandonment of breeding knows even a few seeds of1
"Rule 32. In order to prevent the I beef cattle industry will be greatly the one-crop plan. Accordingly the another variety in a cotton field may,

introduction of the destructive insect diminished if the animals die on the entire county has gone in for peanuts, through cross fertilization, cause interbreeding TimeResults ,

enemy of sweet potatoes, known as ranges or are sect to marketAt pigs and prosperity; for corn, cane deterioration in a I
the Sweet Potato Root Weevil (Cylas the request of a representativeof and comfortable circumstances; far large number of plants. Instead of I Less Labor I

formicarius), the importation into the bureau, the Florida State Live- hay harvests, high prices and happi- getting only a few seeds from a neigh-I
Florida of all sweet potato tubers, stock Sanitary Board has adopted a a bor's lot of cotton, investigations show WITH ,;
' sweet potato plants, vines, cuttings, the requirementpreviously ness.With that in certain cases a lot of seed will +
resolution waiving a large grain elevator in oper- "t'J '
and of all morning contain much as 14 to 16 cent -if wra
draws and slips promulgated that all cattle ation at Marianna and another in per 1
'r glory vines, cuttings, tubers or roots be of seed left in the gin boxes from the -
entering the state must accompanied course of construction at Greenwood;
provided, that cotton ginned just before. It follows,
e -
is hereby prohibited; affidavit that such animals
by an with a traders exchange at Campbellton -
this rule shall not be construed as pro- have been tested for tuberculosis and handling sweet potatoes, a peanutoil therefore, that a grower may very FOR BETTER GARDENS

hibiting the importation of canned proved free of the disease, so as to allow mill at Malone, a feed mill at Cot- readily mix one or two other varieties Better results because only
sweet potatoes of new or rare varie- without with his special kind of see'd.Where finest selected
range cattle admittance tondale, syrup factories at Grand seeds from
ties be allowed by special permission a grower is particular about pdzewinningstrainsaeu.ed.
may undergoing the tuberculin test. Ridge and Sn ads. and a packing plantat yf -
of the plant commissioner under However, each shipment must be Chipley just over: the line in'Washington j his. .seed, he can. greatly. minimize. the They. .are properly spaced. .in-
such safeguards and precautions as he I certified the state veterinarian or mixing oy quicK, simple and inexpensive thin tissue paper tape which
cash markets at
by unheard -
I county ) absorbs and holds
for such in which the | moisture
Application measures
may specify. some other recognized state official to of prices are provided for everything average +,.' ;: I :' giving quicker and better '.
must be made to the Plant inner will be glad to co-operate. germination
permits be bona fide range stock that has not that farmers can produce. All *' and healthier plant
Gainesville, Fla. These precautions are discussed in bulletin -
Commissioner, been known to have experienced exposure of which compensates for the fact that \, life. Less labor, because you
should instruct 288, published the United
Transportation companies to the disease. All other cattle cotton will never again be king in this by L. plant a whole row at a time,
their agents in states other than States department of agriculture.It t r'-
and no thinning out is
must be tested and certified as free county, which formerly produced a necessary -
4 Florida, to advise prospective shippers from disease. is suggested that the patron accompany on account of properspacing ._.
and third of the entire crop of Florida. the the lot of in the .
that sweet potato tubers or plants to gin cotton tape. More
; ; Members of the board feel that they i
morning glory vines will not be per- Favorable seasons throughout the year from which he expects to save the economical, because absolutely ;
will facilitate the importation of good I '
mitted delivery in Florida. stock into the state with- has made generally good crops of all seed for planting, and aid the ginner no waste of seeds. :,j
,. When permit is granted by the Florida range-bred kinds, and the reduction in acreage, in seeing that everything possible is Pakro Seedtare Is made by ;
the cattle I
s Plant Commissioner for the impor- out in any way jeopardizing early planting, and a better under- done to prevent mixing. He shouldsee the 71 West American clrd 5 sued>..New tape York Co. .x'
industry through introducing any tuberculosis !
tation of new or rare varieties ship- standing of the pest has reduced the that the Sues, feeders and cleanersare City. Get it at your deal- .1
diseased animals. of the boll weevil in the cotton en. Price lOc per package
: ments of same will be accompanied by Several carloads of Texas purebredcows ravages cleaned as thoroughly as their con- I
an official permit for such importation, crop. struction will permit before he allows
have been purchased by Florida A. M. DARBY
signed by the Plant Commissioner. his seed cotton to enter them. !
cattle men for foundation herds, and
Whenever there arrives at any rail- hundred CURING COW PEA HAY. The roll should be dropped from the STARKE, FLA. .i

WAV.. nr express office in Florida a shipment indications. .. point. to. several. .. roll box and the box should be thoroughly -
of sweet potatoes- or of sweet po-- state such within cattle the being next brought few weeks.It into. the ed.rfh; d dropping-of the I ,-W TAYLOR'S DRUG STORE -I

tato plants, or of morning gloryines', is noticeable fact that practically Cow peas should be cut for hay roll is an operation with which all gin- WORTHINGTON.BLACK .
from any other state or country, it be- a when the first pods are sufficiently ma- ners are familiar, and should require
all of the cattle are being placed on
comes the duty of the agent of the tured to shell and while there is still a only a very few minutes. The next
tick-free farms in counties where
commop carrier at such station, under large percentage of bloom. Never cut step is to prevent the seed of the va-
tick eradication work has begun. More c
the requirements of Section 10 of the peas while wet with dew or rain. Or- riety to be ginned from falling into the
than one-half of the state is now included K-I
Florida Plant Act of 1915, to withhold in the territory where dippingvats dinarily the mower should not be run conveyor. This can be done by adjust- MAMMOTH JA

delivery of such shipment and to at are being constructed at county before 10 al| m., and not later than 2 ing the apron so that the seed will fall
once notify the Plant Commissioner, p. m. Begin raking into windrows on the floor in front of the gin.
21 counties having made
Gainesville, Fla., in the meantime expense propriations for this work. The intro-ap- those cut in the morning in time to The floors about the gins should be REGISTEREDFOR 1f

__' holding such shipment under quarantine finish on the last cut ones by sundown. cleaned to the extent that no seeds
duction of the Western breeding cat-
.c pending instructions as to its dis- tle is speeding up the tick eradication Pea hay should never be left unraked are left lying around to cause mixing. SERVICE OR FOR SALE 'i
position. over night as the dew wil darken the Canvas spread upon the floor to receive -
Additional copies of this notice may campaign The importance in those sections.of tick eradication leaves and cause them to shed, and deteriorate the seed from the gins is often 5 Years old. Weight 800 pounds. l!

be had, free, on application to the un- I the quality of the hay. used.
to development of the cattle industryis
dersigned. The the wind-
emphasized in the statement made second day, as soon as ,
WILMON NEWELL, by county agricultural demonstrationagent rows are dry, the hay should be put into Trespass cards for sale At thIs office !;

Plant Commissioner. J. E. Cheatham of St. John small cocks, say six feet at the base if.,.'
Gainesville, Aug. 22, 1917. the and
' county to the county commissionersthat and tapering to a point at top

FLORIDA CROP REPORT. he personally knew of two ranch immediately covered with yardsquarecaps
made of thick Lowells that have
propositions in the county which were
Corn-September 1 forecast, 13'-1 being held up until the owners were been previously treated to a coating of
000,000 bushels production last year, that the linseed oil. These should have the four
; I assured county would start
December estimate, 12,600.000 bush tick eradication work. One ranch intended corners turned back and made into the foundation Now For The s
els. to get 1,000 pure bred Herefords small pockets, which can be filled with Lay

3 Oats-September 1 forecast, 762,000 and the other one ,200 head of sand for the purpose of holding them
last December down. These I consider an abso-
bushels; production year, I the same breed. The county commissioners caps
estimate, 900,000 bushels. j promptly voted to appropriate lute hay insurance policy, with them

Tobacco-September 1 forecast, 3- I the amount requested for starting the your hay is safe, and without them it

II,,, 240,000 pounds; production last year, I work. is quite frequently lost. The materialis
r, December estimate, 3,025,000 pounds. ; rather costly at present, but if the

Potatoes-September 1 forecast, 1- HARVEST PEANUTS AND HAY proper care is taken of these caps they Big Opportunities of The Future
will last for
610,000 bushels; production last year, years.
December estimate, 1,110,000 bushels. After the caps are placed, the cocks
Sweet potatoes-September 1 fore- should be well raked down, this will
They Are a Valuable Crop This Year water that falls to shed off ti
cast, 3,420,000 bushels; production last cause any t
For Stock Feed or Oil. With favorable weather threeor
year, December estimate, 2,500,000 rapidly.

I bushels. four small cocks may be made intoa We are at the opening of the biggest and most season ever knownto
All hay-Preliminary estimate 69- Peanut harvesting should begin as large stack in about two days these prosperous
000 tons; production last year, De- soon as 'the nuts are mature, says A. should likewise be covered with larger Bradford County farmers, but what is happening now is only the beginning of the

cember estimate, 80,000 tons. P. Spencer of the University of Flor- caps and raked down as suggested for big chances in farming The years'that a-e to come will offer even bigger opportunities
,. Cotton-August 25 forecast, 45,000 ida extension division. While the the smaller ones. It is now ready to
for from and stock
bales; production last year, census, Florida Runner and the Jumbo Runner be left undisturbed for a period of five money-making farming raising,

I 41,449 bales. will remain solid several weeks after or six days or until no water can be The present prosperous season is the time for farmers to build the foundationof

l, j Oranges-September 1 condition 49, ripening, the tops die, however, and wrung by taking several stalks in the a permanent and lasting prosperity Prepare now for the bigger opportunities of
f: .. compared with the 10-year average thus impair the quality of hay. The hand and twisting tightly. It can then
of 81. nuts will separate from the stems, be put in the barn where it usually the future, These opportunities are sure to come, and when they do come you should'

I Grapefruit-September 1 condition making harvest difficult. undergoes another heating which of- be ready to grasp them.

49, compared with the 10-year average I In harvesting peanuts, where the ten frightens those who do not realize The big business men of the country, with their teeming millions, never get to
that this is the main principle involvedin
., ?.I of 78.PREVENT I vester acreage can is large be used enough to advantage., a peanut har-The ___ the n__ hav-curino process which..__nn insures the_n point where.. ..-. the... do-- .not.- -at. some stage in... their...-.. business\ operations::! find that...:-:! they

SMALL CORN YIELD. I peanut digger will be used by many its very best quality. can use to great advantage( more money than they have on hand, To assure them

To Plant Seed of Poor Quality is Unnecessary farmers this fall to lift the vines, leav- Hay cured in the foregoing way will selves of this outside assistance they I build:> up a line of credit with a good bank To
retain its leaves th"
invariably ,
and Unpatriotic.Small so ing that them they lying can loosely be easily on thrown the ground into, valuable part of the plant and will do this they deposit their funds in bank, thus keeping the banker in touch with theira

yields from poor seed comca'n bunches and small shocks with a hay have an appetizing aroma that cannotbe 1';, Jrs, and at the same time laying the ban! -r under obligations to help them when

be readily prevented by selectingseed fork. A two-horse turning plow with said of hay that has been left out the opportunity comes for a profitable investment that requires
this fall To seed be more ready money
I corn plant poor the moldboard removed makes an excellent to cooked to death in the sun be-
says the United States department of peanut digger, as does also a fore it is raked or where it has been than they have

I agriculture, is unnecessary and unpa- potato digger. piled up on the various rack devices What these big business men do it wiI!' pay every Bradford County farmer to do
triotic. The cheapest and surest way that the writer has seen used to
Peanut hay can be cured by stacking manya Now when plentiful deposit funds with bank that
to increase the yield of corn is to improve farmer's sorrow. With ideal sun- money is your a takes a personal

the quality of the seed. around and 8 feet poles high 3 ,to set 4 in inches the ground in diameter deep shiny weather the rack method will do, interest in your affairs and is always willing to do its full share toward helping you

I Each spring finds a scarcity of good enough to stand. A 2x4 scantling may but with rain the weather strikes right to make a success of your business This is the way to prepare for the bigger opportunities
seed, so get enough for two years, the into the center and the farmer gener-
be used in the absence
poles. Two of the future
t department advises, which insists that ally loses his hay. If rain should occur ,

t the shortage need not exist, and is a pieces ed 6 inches of scantling from the 5 feet ground long are so as nail-to before the hay is raked, by all The Bank of Starke invites you to become one of its customers We do so with

much more serious source of crop loss means leave it alone until it is perfectly the full understanding that needs in the
make development of
a cross, then the vines are stacked your your business will have
I than is generally realized. The lossis dry. If weather looks too threaten-
due to carelessness, neglect or delay around few the poles. In starting the ing, the hay should be cocked and capped our most careful attention, and that you will have at our hands every accommodationthat
but most of all to what the department the scantlings a forkfuls and the are shock laid built across up I the same afternoon of the day it is I can be extended to you within the rules of careful banking .

I greatest of chracterizes drawbacks as to among successful the by successive layers of vines, the pods cut. Banking by mail with us is easy Mail your checks for deposit and the return

I farming-proscrastination. To get vines being kept to the center, sloping thee mail will bring you a receipt and a check book A full statement of your account accompanied

I around this, the forehanded farmer the shock so as is finished to shed a the cap rain.of grass When and I r BUY GOOD STOCK J : bv your paid checks will be mailed to you at the end of each month
will select his seed corn this fall as
soon as it is ripe. Many thousands vines is placed on top of the pole. The We especially invite young men to take advantage of this time to start a successful

+ write to the department of agriculture cap should be allowed to stay on the business career,
shack until the FOR
nuts become and
each spring asking where seed can be I SALEi
firm, which takes 1 1i
usually a
bought and expressing their willingness 1I
I month, then baled in the I

their to inability pay good to prices get it and at any telling price.of The whole peanut plant makes way.an i 1 0 head Jersey I IJ

The farmer with a good strain in his unusually rich and palatable hay, con- J Cows :, Bank of Starke"The
taining 18.4
locality ought, therefore, to get a dou- per cent protein, 40 per I I I II I
cent carbohydrates and 21 cent fat
r ble supply, not only as an insurance. Whole peanut hay analyzes per higher : two year old Regi i
against losses due to a wet or cold : 1 istered
than alfalfa, therefore it is an excel- Jersey
spring, or against the possibility of
early frosts before the ripening of his lent feed for work horses, mules, beef Bull i ii Bank of
and dairy cattle. Helpful Service"STARKE
next crop, but also to have some to i
Where peanuts are planted for Registered i
sell to less fortunate or more improvi- hogs, '
dent neighbors. the vines can be cut with a mower I 3 Jersey :

The best seed is available in abun- and allowed to cure in stacks. Cows I II :-: FLORIDAE.

dance at ripening time, when it shouldbe :
; selected from stalks standing PUes Cored te e to 14 Days I BEN T. ARNOW

aa they grew, because only then can Boor drvniit will refund money If PAZP S. MATTHEWS, President. T. H. HALLIGAN, Cashier.
1 with from. OINTMENT fan to euro tnyciM of Itching I l Gainesville, Florida I"
seed be gathered certainty BlindBleeding Protruding Pile in 6tol4d.v !
: vr good yielding plants. I The fint applic.tion'ives Ease and Kest. SOc '


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rf.e iatl'. newspaper published at Starke in Bradford : "
borders close lese
upon majeate.And I County Florida once each week for five eon-
then Brewster announced another "Oh, he's an Irishman we Americans Mcative weeks.In i' i
e WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereuntoset
caller. swear by, the newspaper man replied.
hand and affixed the teal of cur court !
"Mr. Charles Brown! be pronouncedin "Fancy that! How odd!" Mrs. Falconer on this my the 30th day of August. A. D. 1917.

his best manner-a somewhat superfluous r exclaimed. She did not know W tYI W .T. WEEKS. j.

F : statement, perhaps, becauseall that Mr. Brown was-spoofing-now. (Seal) By C. A. KNIGHT Clerk. ,' I 1

of Brewster's manners were of the "Since you're a newspaper man you A. V. LONG. Deputy Clerk -, I\'.

beet. must know everything," said Georgy Solicitor for Complainant. 8-31-St. <

Wagstaff. She quite fancied the NOTICE. f b;

CHAPTER V. stranger; and she wanted to know Notice is hereby given that the following described j f
him better. lands wil Ibe sold at public auction
on the First Monday in October. 1917. it being -
J.. Mr. Brown of New York. "Well, at least I try to convince my the 1st day of said month, before the II
editor of that," he replied. courthouse door at Starke, in Bradford county -
,4 In another moment
a slight, wiry .
State of Florida, or so much thereof as ,.
I4RD man, well along in the thirties, came "Then tell us about the war! We'revery will be necessary to pay the amount due for !t

breezily Into the room. The first glance I Ignorant We only read the bead- taxes herein set opposite the same together <

li 'O COOP i'1"t19R told that be was an American. His lines," she said. "Father won't talk. with the cost of such sale and advertising.R. .
( S. Johns-Blk 21 as extended on Ensey's
r Qr %vL coVIIL'h11aCVAlJT6t1Pc2'77'J O 7PetlreM nervous alertness, his assurance, the It'd be a breach something or map in original Town of Starke See. 28, '1
,r/6. BY Tf1L A & d other." Tp. 6. Range 22 East-Taxes and costs
rib slightly slouchy but nevertheless aggressive U1.07.W .
SYNOPSIS. I manner in which he held him "Do tell us your opinion, Mr. Brown! YI ? of blk 33 in Livingston, Truby & Cars .
vivacious daughter. "We'd have been self, differentiated him unmistakablyfrom Ethel urged. "We're all so very In ; sub division of NEH of XE 4. See. 28,
here earlier," Georgy explained, "but terested." Tp 6. Range 22 East. Taxes and eosu.
fi CHAPTER I-Georgy Wagstaff' daughter had toa the other men In Ethel's sitting S17.55. Owner, R. M. Elleraon.
Mrs. Falconer
ter of Sir George, of the British admire and Guy gone room. "I suppose I can talk where Sir Blk 36 in Livingston Truby & Co's sub division -
"e, alty, hints at a liaison between her governess. matinee." George can't-and I do love to talk of NEV4 of r."E'4, See. :28:! Twp. 6. t
Guy to him. He had Invited ,
; Ethel shit.and Henry "Silly show!" the blase Guy addedIn Range 22 East. Taxes and costa, $17.55.
Btreetman. Ethel I the American to Join the party, Brown admitted. No one knew his Owner. R. M. Ellerson.NU .
a bored drawl "The eternal trI- pet falling better than himself. of SWU of SWi; less S A in See. 8. Tp.
for Guy was almost like of Sir any
CHAPTER II-Henry Streetman calls angle or some such nonsense!" 7, Range0 East. 17 acres Taxes and
:y on Ethel and while waiting for her talks George's family. "Silent Charlie-that's what they costs, $10.21. Owner. Unknown.B. .
", Brewster. Sir George's butler, who is a "Very tiresome! his mother agreed. him!" M. DOWLING
to "Hello Charlie!" he exclaimed with call Guy Informed the others de-
S* German spy. about his failure to get at "And so noisy! Full of shots and Tax Collector.
?: r admiralty papers in Sir George's posses- undoubted enthusiasm.And lightedly. '
efi iton. He phones to German secret serv- pIstols-and mostly about some poor" straightway he introduced the "You don't mind, Sir George?" The NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
creature who'd sinned and 'it
ti,; tee headquarters. repented. newcomer to Ethel Wllloughby to American turned Inquiringly to Sir UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. y
"That's the sort of play I disapprove LAWS OF FLORIDA.
!t III-When Ethel
CHAPTER appearshe I whom, as hostess, Guy Infallibly turned George Wagstaff. Notice is hereby given that A. Z. Adkins.
tries to force her to get from Sir of, particularly for my daughter -
.. knowledge of the sailing orders first. "Naturally not!" the older man aBsented purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 173 dated the
George Sir George commented from his 5th day of July, A. D. 1915. has filed said certificate
British fleet Though she believes I
to the "You mother? good-naturedly. "As you said,
remember Guy
I my in office and has made application
him a French Instead of a German spy place on the settee. "I am glad, my
she refuses until he threatens her. She asked him then. this is only a private tea party." for tax deed to issue in accordance with law.
begs him to announce their secret marriage Georgy, that you were not there. "You bet I doP! Mr. Brown said "Then please do!" Georgy Insisted."If Said certificate embraces the following de- t I:
as Georgy is suspicious, but he puts "Oh, I saw it last week, said embed property situated in Bradford county. '
her off. Georgy with mischievous satisfaction. beartily as he shook bands with that you don't, Guy will!! She dearly '4Kaw.. Florida! to-wit:

smiling lady. "Didn't we have a bully oved.to rag her devoted admirer. Southwest quarter of Northeast quarter and !
CHAPTER IV. "And to father. You'd I
you ought go, Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter and
weep over the heroine. Frightfully time in Chinatown" "Away!" Brown declaimed In mock "You Talk Strangely, Sir, for an Eng Northeast quarter of Southwest quarter and 1

f- "Rather!" Mrs. Falconer replied; satisfaction at being able to scatter lishman." Northwest quarter of Southeast quarter Sec.
Gathering Storm-Clouds. damaged lady-wasn't she, Guy? 22, Tp. 7. S. R. 20 E.. 160 acres. The said i
and both their reminiscence. his opinions broadcast "Well I'll tell
they laughed over land being assessed at the date of the issuanceof
"Oh said "Com- I
ADd then Sir George Wagstaff Joined frightfully Guy. sented. "Why, back in New York"!
While of Londoners
you. most you such certificate in the name of R. L. Shaw. I
them with his trusted butler, Brew- pletely beyond repair! To Henry Streetman the American have been wondering whether the know a waiter at Luechow's-bully Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according j.
tier, in his wake bearing a muffin "I knew the minute she walked on German place-who! was telling me to law tax deed will issue thereon on
bowed pleasantly enough. And toward Irish are going to start a civil war, or the 8th day of October A. D. 1917. :
she wasn't a good woman. She was one day how Germany had 'everything Witness official signature and seal this
tray.Ethel Sir George he displayed the utmost affability. whether Gunboat Smith did foul Car- my
went gayly to meet her bent so pale and' circle-y, and so beautifully pentier, I've been digging up some in- doped out If war came he'd chase the 30th day of August A.W.D.T.1917.WEEKS

At her dressed, \ Georgy explained, as she back to his home to his ar-
least manner was town-go
factor. "Glad to know you, Sir George!" he side dope, and, believe me. there's going (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court.
blithesome; but her heart was leaden. watched her father squirm. Shocking said as he gripped his hand. "I wantto to be a merry old bust-up. Russia mory, and In his locker, number 256, 8-31-6L Bradford County, Fla.

"Hello, Sir George!" she said. her respectable parent was one ofGeorge's he'd find his uniform, his shoes, his
I know Is and Is
mobilizing so
warn you, though, in case the others ;
"Hellft, Ethel!P They were good favorite diversions. gun properly oiled, some of that dried
Germany. Section of
haven't, that I'm a newspaper mana Under 8. Chapter 4888,
The of "You mustn't talk this silly cynicism fresh water In his canteen!
pala-those two. daughter one pea soup, LAWS OF FLORIDA. journalist I think over "But can Russia with her Internal '
you say ,
of hbr oldest and dearest friends, ," Ethel reproved the two young They've been putting fresh water In notice is given that G. W. Alderman.
here. conditions afford to ? Streetman
fight Lrchaser of tax sale certificates numbered respectively -
Ethel had always occupied a niche people. "You do frighten me," Sir George asked him. those canteens every day for two 92 and 109. issued by the Tex Collector -
all her own In Sir George's affections. "Don't worry!" Georgy retorted. years past. In fact, everything a soldier for Bradford Cat.1nty. Florida, rich of i '
l' "Father knows I don't that sort replied with a twinkle In his eye. "I'vet "I don't know whether she can afford IBid certificates being dated July 5th. A. D. r e
Sir George was not of the big type get needs would be there waiting for '
::1., to not Charlie Brown said. 1915. has filed said certificates in mv oTic; ayd i ir.r I'
i, of Englishman. He was, on the contrary of chat from my very proper governess or him. Then he'd march down to the made application :or tax ked ttiie in
.f! It's from him.I "But I believe she Is going to. auoidarce with law. The Biid certificate
just hereditary
not much over the height of station and In a couple of hours he and
embraces the lands in
respectively following
"I take it not particularly
i::1 Ethel herself. But he was undeniably express what he feels but doesn't you are" Hundreds of thousands like him would Bradford county Florida. assessed at the date

;:; impressive, with his keen, gray eyes, dare say"But ( Informed on Russia. Streetman retorted be off to the front Now, you'vecrnt of the issuance of such certificate in the
somewhat I names respectively hereinafter particularly set
=j: Ill fast-whitening hair, and his ex- Sir George refused to n be an- acidly. trt hand .It. tvfc R country trtnrR_ _v got forth, to-wit:

qolalte manners. And despite the noyed by his daughter's hectoring."At "Oh, yes I am!" the undaunted Yankee it all planned out like that" Certificate No. 92 embraces 2 A in Northwest
k least I deserve credit for replied. "I know It's awfully cold Quarter of Southwest Quarter E of Main stand I
my have! said Guy
.It: punctilious politeness that Sir George "By George, you N. of B. M. Leverett & Co. W of Ry or j
f:= displayed to everybody, there was modesty," he observed dryly. there, and that they drink vodka, and Falconer. He had listened, like the blk M. Set 28, Tp. 6, S. R. 19 E2 acres, I

. something In his bearing that warned "You really ought to see the play, have revolutions, and send their pris- others, with increasing wonder as the assessed S. R. Estep & Co
embraces Lots and 2
Certificate No. 109 I
Sir George," the irrepressible Guy re oners to Siberia, and apart from that American told his
a .one that he was no person to triflewith. story. of blk 37 in Worthington, assessed Unknown.
.;'; marked. He was always ready to I'm pretty darned sure Russia's goingto "If England were only prepared, too, Unless said certificates shall be redeemed .
; h according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon .
fight" Words habitually fioW'edtrom "
back up Georgy in any deviltry she : along similar lines- Ethel Wil-
"I just dropped In for a few minutes the 17th day of September. A. D. 1917.
.'. because I'd promised to come to might embark upon. Charlie Brown's mouth without loughby said. She did not finish her Witness my official signature and seal this
"Yes! It deals with .1ep the slightest effort It is so with j 9th day of August A. D. 1917.
your tea Ethel; and I try never to our next war, f remark. There was no need of that; W. T. WEEKS.

r break my word to so charming alady. that young lady added.. bores. But Mr. Brown was far from for the vain wish that lay behind her (SEAL) Clerk.

." "As if a playwright knew anythingof being a bore. What saved him was words was only too evident to them By R. A. WEEKS
the fact that he always said somethingwell 8-10-6L Deputy Clerk.
She made that! her father scoffed. all.
a pretty curtsy.
"Thank you Sir George! "It's horribly insulting to us Britons lb worth listening to. "But she Isn't prepared-not the ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTIP* *f FINAL ;

," Mrs. Falconer remarked. Guy Falconer did not allow the con- Char- SETTLEMENT. )
"For you, at the admiralty, these least bit-is she Sir George
NOTICE is hereby given that October 8.
must be troublous times?" Streetman "Drives in a lot of home truths and versation to interrupt his ministry to lie Brown turned to the member of the 1917, I will present to the County on Judge of .

ventured. gives us English a fearful ragging / I the inner man. He stepped up to Eth- British admiralty as a man who could Bradford County Florida, my final account
/ I and vouchers of the estate of Calvin Mort deceased

Guy added cheerfully el's table and took a sandwich off a back his statement in
easily up an authoritative -
"Rather busy,yes! was Sir George'sIOmewbat ( and apply for the approval of same
abort answer.' He was always Sir George looked at him somewhat plate. But before he regaled himself fashion. and for my final discharge as such administra

ready, when at leisure to enter suspiciously with It he paused long enough to say: Sir George Wagstaff vouchsafed an tor.Dated this the 30th day of March A. D.

upon a discussion of any topic-except "Who wrote It? Bernard Shaw" "You know, I think Charlie's right""Go enigmatic smile. He was, to be sure, 1917. ,

such as touched upon his high he Inquired. And. there was much reproof on, Mr. Brown! Georgy said vitally interested In everything the A. Z. ADKINS
Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott deceased
office. And there he was exceedingly in his tone. To him, Shaw was Impatient at the Interruption. newspaper man had said. But he had Starke. Fla. J50mo..

touchy. like a red rag to a bull. "Don't you think Germany can defeat no intention of allowing himself to be TAX

there will be "I don't know who wrote it," G/r// / both France and Russia?" Street- startled Into making any ingenuous NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
"Yon think then war UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888 _
between Russia and Germany T ; Georgy said carelessly. "I never can I man demanded. admission."If LAWS OF FLORIDA. -',

Streetman asked him eagerly. He remember the beasts' names." "Maybe--maybe!" Charlie Brown you don't mind sir, I should pre- Hereby notice is given that Louis H. Hill, n

"It seemed to me to present a very said. "But with England on their fer merely to listen," he said quietly."I purchaser of tax sale certificate numbered f j
could not do otherwise than IgnoreSir respectively 64 and 65 issued by the Tax Collector !
George's slightly frigid reply to striking picture of what may very side-" get you," Brown replied, with a for Bradford County, Florida each of ;

: hia previous question. If he felt any likely happen," Henry Streetman In ? Streetman did not wait for him to quick nod of understanding. "Force said August.certificates A. D. 1914.being has dated filed the said 3rd certificate day of r::

resentment, he trusted to be able to terposed.Mrs. finish. of habit makes me ask questions. I in my office and has made application for -

pay off the score In his own way, later. Falconer turned to him in astonishment "Father's Only Spoofing You." "England, with a civil war in Ulsteron guess I thought I was interviewingyou. tax The deed said to issue certificates in accordance respectively with law.embrace il.'

(,' Sir George lifted his eyebrows ever She did not think that her hands, wouldn't darehe "be ." And, taking out his cigarettecase the following lands in BradfnrJ w'JOt'or. ,

Io illg'utly as he glanced at Ethel's anyone in his senses could have taken rather a terror of your profession, especially gan heatedly.And he asked Ethel's permission to ida assessed et the date of the Issuan, et snrli
ji :fente ir the respecti -j'y hereinafter
tiller. that silly play seriously. when they come from the then Mr. Brown interruptedhim smoke. Always an enthusiast, he had cert particularly set names forth to-wit: ..

1 "That, sir, is a matter I should pre.fer "You don't mean you really believe States. He had not the slightest inten- thrown every ounce of his nervous energy Certificate No. 64 embraces lot 4 in Ott's ,-

t not to discuss," he replied. there is going to be war right over Charley Brown grinned at him. tion of being browbeaten by anybody. into the discussion. War was a sub Williams division of East Lawtey, assessed Wm.

i "Pardon me sir, but as a loyal Englishman there on the continent she exclaimed."I "Don't worry Sir George!" Guy In And there was a vague antagonism in subject that in those days, was ever Certificate No. 65 embraces lot 7 in Ott'i ..

:;7 I am naturally interested." do, rather! And I fancy Sir terposed. "Charlie doesn't mean all He Streetman's manner toward him that present in his mind."Preparation sib M. -Smith.Unks division. of East Lawtey, assessed David :

(' And then Ethel stationed herself behind George agrees with me--don't you says." roused him mightily. such as Germany's is said certificates shall bj re>ivrmed ..

.; the tea table. Sir George?" the wily Streetman ven- "Father's only spoofing you," Georgy "Civil war!" he exclaimed. "Why, often the surest guaranty of peace," according to law, tax: deed will issue thereonon
the 1st day of October A. D. 1917. t
"Gomel Let's talk of peace and tured. He was determined that If he assured the reporter. if England has a scrap with Germany, Streetm.yi: remarked, reluctant to Witness my official signature and seal this :

tea," she said. It made her feel guilty did not succeed in forcing Sir George's "Spoofing? Spoofing Mr. Brown that Ulster trouble will stop in ten quit the topic that most interested him. the 21st day of August.. D. 1917. '
to alt there and hear Streetman try to hand he would at least give him a repeated in a somewhat bewildered minutes; and every Irishman that goes He hoped, too, in the course of the tea (Seal W. WEEKS.Clerk.

( pry Information out of Sir George beneath run for his money. fashion. lIe had met many words, to the front will lick three Germans- party, to gather Information of some By R. A. WEEKS.

his own roof. And it seemed Sir George looked bored. during his short stay in London that maybe four. I've seen the Irish sort that might prove of value to him. 8-24-6t Deputy Clerk.

that the least she could do to repay "Really, sir, I should prefer not to he had never before encountered in mix things up in New York. He had been quick to perceive that the .c
T f him for his many kindnesses was to discuss that matter," he said once the English language.But Streetman subsided for the moment American was uncommonly well informed Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day
protect him as best she might fromStreetman's more. bis quick minu was not long at beneath that avalanche of words. upon conditions throughout of September A. D. 1917 I, the undersignedas i
fault. "Oh, sure! Kidding-that's it! Europe. Guardian for Vascoe D. Alvaret and Calist t
Georgy laughed gayly. "And think Germany is quite
i Indefatigable curiosity. you
; D. Alvarez minor heirs of the estate of V. L.
belbad no sooner taken their cups "When father puts on his mantleof But Sir George, I don't blame prepared to face those odds?" Ethel "Ordinarily such preparation makes Alvarez deceased, will apply to the Honorable

from her when Georgy Wagstaff burst dignity like that, it means serious you. We do butt in a good deal Into Wllloughby asked the American. for peace," Brown admitted. "But not George A. Gardiner County Judge of Bradford
County Florida, in probate at his office in
: into the room. business," she observed. And there things that don't actually concern us "Not intentionally," he replied. "The with Germany! She's been Itching for Starke, Florida, on the date above mentionedfor

i "Hello, everybody!" she greeted was a deal of truth in her statement, or the public, but I happen to belongto Germans have got everything down Spat a chance to demonstrate her theories; an order to sell at private sale the following -

.: them. "Here's Guy and his mother." frivolous as she seemed. But Georgywas a newspaper where It isn't a crime in theory that nothing can stop but the trouble Is, she guesses wrong. estate of described V. L. Alvarez real estate, deceased belonging, and to above the

i Qoae behind her followed Mrs. Stephen no fool. She bad not lived with for one of its staff to act like a gen- them; but God help 'em if their theo- Diplomatically, ever since old George named minor heirs said land lying and beingin
tleman so don't think I'm making the County of Bradford and State of Flor-
Falconerand her good-looking son. her father close upon eighteen years ; ries don't work. There was no mistaking W. Bismarck died, she's never bees ida to-wit:

\ who was, as everybody knew, more for nothing. She knew unerringly mental notes or that you have to P" where Brown's sympathies lay. right And just now she's guecsutj Lots 1. 2, 3. 4 ?. 10, 11. 12, of Block Four

than devoted Sir how to interpret his every manner. the brakes on. If skid, it's just For he had words she France Russia and and lots 1. 2. 3, 4, 9,10,11.12, of block Threeall
1. to George Wagstaff'si I you though not by expressed can lick Eng of lad Iota being in J. G. Alvarez's addition -

"But why should there be war, even I a private tea party, and that ends it" his real feelings in the mat. land with the rest of the world thrownIn. to Town of Starke. Florida. Also the following -

"y If an Austrian duke did get killed by "You greatly relieve me," Sir George ter at issue, there was a fervent ring ." corner described of Lafayette land to-wit and: Begin Adams at streets southeast -, f

some Serbian or other?" Mrs. Fal- Wagstaff said, smiling. "But I'll try in his voice that sufficiently betrayedhis "And perhaps she's right Henrj in the Town of Staike Florida. and run ..

asked. "Of course I've only not to-skid-as you put it" sentiments. Streetman could not refrain from add. southerly along the east side of Adams street i
s st 210 feet for a point of beginning thence in
/ a "Then that's all right! the American Meanwhile Henry Streetman regarded ing.
hastened to
seen the headlines, she the same direction 257 feet to lands of S. A.
add to disclaim such plebeian declared. him with extreme disfavor L. Ry., thence North 83 degrees: west. 477
any feet east line of Tompsett land, thence "
"And of tea won't for the moment all (Connn\ied Next Week.) to ..
pastime as the reading of newspapers. speaking you among North on East line of said land 179 feet to
"Behind that assassination there Is have some?" Ethel asked him. those enemies, he momentarily forgot To Cure a Cold In One Day. south line of J. G. Alvarez addition to
"You bet I will!" he responded In that his interests required that he Starke thence easterly on said South line of
much of international politics and di- the .
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stop J. G. Alvarez addition and parallel to I-a-
plomacy," Sir George explained. "In his Yankee vernacular. And he stepped should by no means appear to hold any Cough and Hesdache and works off the Cold. fayette street 607 feet or thereabout, to pointof I a
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. beginning, containing three and ninety-one
quickly to the table behind which she opinions that one might not expect In
jet, It's rather a long story. 11:. W. GROVES signature on each box. 30C:, hundreds acres more or less, said land being
"Then, father, don't tell it!" his sarcastic sat "It's a great habit tea," he dilated the most Insular of the English."It situated in the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest .,

daughter bantered. Her plea, ; as he took the cup from her. seems a pity," he said, "but Ger- tfffffffftfftf Quarter of Section 28. Township (, South
Range t2 East and bounded the north byJ. J
"I'm to introduce It at the is the only nation in the world on
however, was entirely superfluous. Sir going many LEGAL NOTICES G. Alvarez addition to Starke on the East

.Fa George had not the slightest intentionof Knckerbocker bar when I get back. i that is ready-absolutely ready. She + + + + + + + + + + + + + + by the east aide of Adams street if extended, ron
mile he is the nation that risk war the South by lands of S. A. L. Ry.. and on
skinned can a
It's got cocktails a only
committing such an indiscretion.But Bit L FOR PARTITION. the West by land better known aa the G.o.Tompsett .
Guy Falconer was ready enoughto said fervently."Old with any chance of victory." In Circuit Court, Bradford County. Florida, lands. y

man, what are you doing over Ills companions looked at him in astonishment In Chancery.J. MRS. J. F. SIECEL
air his opinions. Regenstein Company
Guardian for Vascoe D. Alvarez end CalisU
"Oh It's not just Austria and Ser- here?" Guy Inquired."Oh And Sir George Wagstaffeven A Corporation. Alvarez. I

vlaP he said confidently. "The troubleis Just snooping around! The Complainant.vs \. V. LONG and E. M. JOHNS
out of the attitude
was stirred Attorneys for Guardian. 8-17-5t.
s that Germany is patting Austria on paper thought they needed a changein of apathy that he was wont to assume. B. W. Hodges et al. Bill for Partition. <\0 i
their London and I knew I Notice to Appear.
the back and whispering. 'Don't givein news, "You talk strangely, air, for an Englishman The State of Florida-to Jennie Maude Hoff- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
old lady* And Russia Is saying, I needed one, so I came over. he told Streetman. But his man and R. R. Hoffman. Greeting: UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4988. j
Serbia dead right "It must be very interesting work," It having been shown by affidavit that the LAWS OF FLORIDA.
old girl you're
'd manifest reproof seemed lost upon defendants Jennie Maud Hoffman and R. R. Notice is hereby given that G. P. Dover
We'll back you.' And there you are!" Ethel Willoughby observed. She was Hoffman her husband are non-residenU of purchaser of tax certificate No. 82, dated the
j. "Georgy-you're not having any more than Interested in Guy's quaint that gentleman."My the state of Florida and that the residence o' 3rd day of August A. D. 1914. has filed said
: nationality does not blind me said defendants is at Akron. Ohio and that certificate in my office and has made application -
1 tea." Ethel observed."Oh friend. His sort was new to her. And to the facts," the spy said hastily. said defendants are over the age of twentyone for tax deed to fame in accordance with

I don't want any. If I did, though his breeziness might not have in lots of years. law. Said certificate embraces the following !
"I admire the Germans ordered considered and ad- described: property situated in Bradford county -
I'd ask for it Miss Wagstaff said. been considered quite good form in an It.is therefore .
" ," Charlie Brown continued, In said Florida -.. sSWK .
ways r
'Tea, mother?" Guy Inquired of his Englishman, it was a quality which futile effort to HdmaoadR. R. Hoffman, ehtid. do of SW i. See. 10, Tp. I, S..R. 19 .:
and what was really only a to the Complainant's B.U of Complaint E.. 40 acre Toe said being*...**.... at the
Their discussion of the British find both refreshing appear
doting parent appear neutral. "At all the arts and to partition the following described land lying date of issuance of such eertifiacet in the name l.'f
:;; IIpfl the subject uppermost in the mind. of entertaining In an American."It sciences they're wonders. And It's a and being in the County of Bradford and of Unknown.
.. Brown State of Florida to-wit: Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
matter Charlie
," all had driven even the Important is interesting
cinch they've got a great military ma- North half of Southwest quarter of Section according to law, tax deed will issue thereon
,,,) of tea completely out of his mind. told her. "But you sound as if you chine. 6. Township 6, South Range 22 East on on the 10th day of September, A. D. 1917.

.. .",-. "None for me, thanks!P Mrs. Fal- were going to interview me; and for in the worldr! or before the let day of October. A. D. 1911, Witness my official signature and seal this
',--.'. "The most marvelous in default whereof a decree pro eonfeaso will the 27th day of July A. D. 1917. _
coner replied. "I've quite outgrownIt the love of Mike-don't! Streetman agreed with him heartily. be entered against the said Jennie Maud Hoff- W. T. WEEKS -

:'; -ever sine I came back from :tae "Who IB Mike?" Sir George Inquired Charlie Brown set his empty teacup man and R. R. Hoffman her husband. (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court
ordered that this notice be published By R. A. WEEKS
It is further
ii "Ywi Think, Th a. ThiN Will *. WafIrtwtm States. The others looked aghast at innocently, In his endeavor to grasp OB the in the Bradford County Telegraph a s-3-dt Deputy Clerk.

: Russia and Germany I her astounding confession. To thor the Intricacies of Mr. Brown'a conver- 'table.dead.. zit ifctjsr he aa- ,,- -- -

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.; ... ..In-, ..C". Mr. A. M. Blanchard was transacting the early part of the week for the can- Mr. Walter, the state appraiser, wasa : 'ro coRRESroiro' : _
"?. tls f .f'- business in Starke Monday.Mrs. ker infested section of the state to business visitor in RaifonJ.Tuesday. ,

I J. B. Wlitehead and Miss Loca commence work in his new position. Mrs. John Kelley, who has been very Don't '
IitI; Johnson were visitors to Starke last lr. Lewis is thoroughly familiar with sick for the last several weeks, has write use penny lead pence -
the citrus industry and has been transferred you to the Telegraph. '
Saturday.Hon. spent con- to a hospital in Jacksonville 'l'hthi,
all fr
Items siderable time in fitting himself for for treatment. We hope to right f< stabbing roae1se
County News R. J. Andrews, of Lake But- -.t
cleaning combs with
this work and the writer but !
ler was a visitor to Lawtey Monday.Mr. together soon be able to know that Mrs. Kelley I I for copy. Use soft 1r111lOt thai It.
with his many friends, wish him every is in much better health.
-- T. R. Sweat, of Jacksonville, make plain marks. Much of iS !?
success. B. D. Andrews made a business ..-.
iBtsrcftlntf Facts Gathered Durlne the Week by Our was in Lawtey Tuesday on business.Dr. Mr. H. W. Raiford, State Convict trip to Lawtey Tuesday. respondence reaching us is :
I t
L. visitor to able because
E. Biggs was a too faint We
Regular Correspondents. Inspector, was again with us during Mr. A. D. Andrews was a business -. >If
Starke Sunday. time to apply the
s i the week-end. visitor to Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. microscope to eop _
Mr. A. A. Smith was a visitor to ,
{r From the observation of the writer J. H. Dowling and son, Jeff,
Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. EFFORTS
made business to Starke Wed-
It people of Raiford are taking the advice a trip
N. T. Peeples came over from PROMPTED
: I ville, was interviewing our merchants with of Herbert Hoover and are plant nesday. E3SBAp :;
/"t j PINE LEVEL Jacksonville spent Sunday
,. Saturday of last week. his family here. ing fall gardens. Senator Andrews -

..t t. Mr. Roy Roberts and family, of the Messrs. J. S. and Adam Andrewswere apparently expects to help feed the HAMPTON. I Ii WASHINGTON, Sept. .

s, 'j After forty-three years of faithful Wateroak section, were recent visi- business.visitors to Starke Mon- community from the size of his. i i ed activities of German agent* _
of' service in the ministry, Rev. Wm. F. tors in the home of his parents, Mr. One of the biggest and most pleas and in neutral countries to obtain '
F. E. Henry, agent of the S. A. L. ,
1r. i Malphurs preached his farewell ser Mrs. C. B. Roberts.Mr. day.Mrs. ant surprises of the fall was the mar- .I
. t' .and G. W. Brown and Mrs. J. T. and G. S. & F. railways here, was call session of American gold, it was
church Sun- 1eati.-
.: I :. mon at Pine Level Baptist James Reynolds, naval stores Moore were visitors to Jacksonville riage Thursday night by the Rev. Lewis ed to ed
by today
telegraph Virginia Tuesday to were largely
-; day, Sept. 9th. His many friends regret operator of this place, attended to Wednesday. Futch at the home of Mr. Futch, of attend the funeral of his brother. res responsibUj
i to see him leave the ministry and business in Jacksonville Thursday of Mrs. M. E. Edwards visited relativesin Miss Florence Byrd and Mr. Jesse the recent proclamation placing ,1
I Pine Level, whereif. l' Mrs. Mrs. A. A. Futch and little son, Les- the
. t : especially those at last week. Gainesville Wednesdav. Reynolds. Reynolds is the old- on list of commodities i
A \... I the for the past n est of lie, spent a part of the week in Lake .
he has been pastor Cotton conditions here seem to be The revival i services which com daughter Mr. and Mrs. Peter export license. ;.
rains have Byrd, and Mr. Reynolds i is! a son of Butler, the guests of Mrs. Futch's par- II
year. The recent
; I : on the decline. menced last week at M. E. church, With an enormously
ents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman.Rev. .
Mrs. C. C. Crosby, of this place, and several of Mr. Louis Reynolds-formerly marshalof ,
t l I injured it considerably South, will continue until Friday even
nr-Y I spent last week with her mother, Mrs. I the farmers have the genuine boll wee- ing of this week. The services have Raiford. Both are well and favor J. W. Hilton was a pleasant currency and with a gold reserve: il

: I I J. N. Kelly, of Raiford, who is very vil in their cotton. Mr. C. B. Roberts, been in charge of Presiding Elder I. ably known and their many friends visitor here last Friday.Dr. has been dwindling 1
a .
I I t ill local buyer and ginner, continues to C. Jenkins, and he is assisted by the wish them ever possible success dur- Brown, of Hastings, was a bus- war began, the demand of the Getmsa'j j

.1 1-, 1. Mrs. Eaton Brown visited her mother pay from fifteen to twenty-three cents pastor and Rev. Hartridge, of Jackson- ing the long voyage across the sea of ness visitor here Tuesday. government for gold has reached tej.-j

_: Mrs. Alice Oliver, Tuesday. per pound and he is buying some ville, a noted singer, who is ably assisting matrimony.Mr.. Miss Jessie McKinna, of St. Vin- portions where, according to report/ :
6 I Those attending the pinder boiling choice cotton at these prices.BROOKER. the choir. The preaching has Brady Bryan spent a few days cent's hospital, Jacksonville, was a received here unheard of
k:t at the home of S. K. Kelly Saturday been good, the music and singing excellent visiting relatives here the latter part I visitor here: Saturday. Miss McKinna method i}:

.'. 'I night reported a nice time.lt and quite large and interested of last week. Mr. Bryan .is now em- 1.I has many friends here who enjoy her parently have been adopted to rtpfej! ,:
; ployed by the Jacksonville Electric Co. I ish the store.
't have been in attendanceboth ,i
S. J. Norman and congregations I
Mr. and Mrs. I I
,; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Valencia witha visit.Earle One report reaching officials hen k.
afternoons and evenings.
.. daughter visited Mrs. W. E. Lewis on F. M. McDavid, of the of friends Middleton, of Jacksonville, that German
,"jJ. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. H. C. Peace was transacting party motored over to : submarines were &.
"if t last Sunday. Monteocha section, were visiting here business in Starke Wednesday. Kingsley lake Sunday afternoon.Mr. spent Sunday with his parents here. I structed to remove gold from rteaa;;.
has been
Oliver who
' !. I Mr. Raymond fractured, wrist is last Saturday.Mr. So far this week very little cotton and Mrs. H. I. Whitehead, of I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dowling, of Jack- ers transporting the precious nettf! ::
with ,
('A i suffering a Henry Osteen and little daughter. has been on the market, with prices Jacksonville, spent the latter part of I. sonville, spent Sunday here, the guestsof from the United States to neutral!,,:
able be about again.
r.- .t'. .. I I to Pauline, of Plant City, is visitingMr. ranging from 15 tf 17. cents. Last____ last week visiting Mr. -B.. -D.- nnn Andrews--- Mrs. Middleton. ropean countries, torpedo the veseck! '
-- n -
I Osteen's parents here for a few week was a great deal better, the prices -I and wife, near Raiford. Prof. R. A. Green spent a few min- and bring back the gold to their bs .:
t GUILFORD. days. being from 18 to 22 cents, and a Messrs. B. D. Andrews, H. T. White- utes here Tuesday while tnroute to es. How far this alleged progrtufa-
i Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Barefoot and large quantity on the market. Jack head and Bryant Griffis motored over Live Oak, where he has accepted the been carried out, if at all, is not knon'

l Mr. J. E. Douglass, accompanied bye three children, of Sanderson, spent son & Godwin bought in the neighbor- I to Lawtey last Sunday afternoon. principalship of the Suwannee County A plan for obtaining a part of the'

-, i his brother, Mr. F. C. Douglass, of I Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and hood of 50,000 pounds. Among the items of interest to Rai- High School.Contractor huge store of gold which has aceaaaT'

; Worthington, was transacting business t Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. They made the The samples of corn, sweet potatoes, ford readers is the fact that Mr. Sid- H. B. Weest is making I lated here since the war began,'nj]
+ trip in Mr. Barefoot's new Buick, returning ney B. Walker, formerly of Raiford to have been regarded with much
r t : in Jacksonville Friday. rice and velvet beans which are on exhibition extensive repairs on the Maxwell fjl,
F ;. J Mr. S. E. Johnson and Master Leonard Sunday afternoon.Mrs. at the Lawtey State Bank is but for the last eleven years a resident building opposite the hotel; the wood vor by German agents, is the expo!.

It! I Stokes, of'near Lake Butler, were P. M. Barefoot spent. Mondayin enough to convince anyone of the productiveness of Jacksonville, has been called floor is being removed and is being replaced tation of gold to neutrals osteniiUf'
t seen in our community Monday. Alachua. I of the lard in this locality. into the Army. Mr. Walker was em- with concrete.Dr. to settle commercial transaction bS'
Master Roy and Raleigh Douglass, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Forsyth and sons I ployed by the Jacksonville Electric Middleton has moved his office in reality to establish credit to Ger.1.

I I accompanied by their two sisters, attended Roy and Willie, of LaCrosse, spent WOODLAWN PARK.Mr. Company for a short while after he from the Hampton Pharmacy to the man firms operating in neutral cog

: church at Little Springs Saturday Saturday and Sunday with relatives went to Jacksonville, but later was second story of the Hagan building, tries.

! f and Sunday. here.Mrs. employed by the fire department, and I opposite the entrance to the Hampton Lk'
; E. L. Crosby was shopping in : Enoch Griffis of for the last six he has been
Mr. Willie Knight was seen in our Laivtey was a years a Hotel. The rooms are being repaintedand WONDERFUL STUFF! 1
community last Saturday. Alachua Monday.Mis visitor here Monday.Mr. member of the Jacksonville police are well lighted, making ideal office LIFT OUT YOUR
Mrs. S. E. Johnson and mother, Mrs.J. Bradie Mott has been confinedto James Phillips, of Theressa, visited force, the latter part of the time as a rooms. CORN
=i, I J. F. Groover, visited relatives here her bed for several days with fever.It relatives here Monday.Mr. mounted patrolman. The many friendsof The Woodmen Circle were enter- -

} i Thursday. is hoped that she will soon be up G. W. Green was transacting Mr. Walker wish him every suc- tained at the home of Mrs. W. H. Apply a Few Drops Then if

Rev. J. J. Blackwelder, wife and again. business in Jacksonville Saturday. cess.Mr. Griffin Tuesday evening, where a most (:
$ I children motored over to Little Springs Mrs. L. B. Green was taken to St. Miss Debbie Phillips is spending the L. J. Stone of Baker county, delightful hour was spent.A CcrrsorCalkresOffWith!

ft' : to attend church Saturday. Vincent's hospital in Jacksonville last week as the guest of relatives and was a visitor at the home of Senator linen shower was given at the Fingers-No Pain. "

Mr. J. E. Douglass .was busy hauling Sunday for an operation. So far the friends in the Vanderbilt section. Andrews Sunday. Masonic Hall Saturday afternoon in '
cotton Wednesday and Thursday. operation has not taken place. The Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Thompson and Mrs. S. B. Denmark has been spend- honor of Miss Effie Hicks. The many No humbug! Any corn, wbetho

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crews and children last report was Mrs. Green was much daughter, Miss Fannie, were shoppingin ing the last few days here visiting her valuable presents were indicative of hard, soft or between the toes, w3

J motored over to Little Springs improved and it was thought that the Starke Saturday. husband, Mr. S. B. Denmark, the newly the popular esteem in which the recip- loosen right up and lift out, without a
Sunday to attend church. operation would not have to take place Mr. A. Green was a business visitorto elected marshal. They are contem- ient is held by her many friends. The particle of pain or soreness.! 'jj
I Miss Anita Richard, who had been Mr. Marvin Stokes and wife and Jacksonville Saturday. plating moving to Raiford in the near refreshments deserve special mention. This drug is called freezone and is I

'r visiting her sister, Mrs. H. K. Rob- Miss Ottie Boals, of LaCrosse, were Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman were future, Mr. Denmark having purchased The parlor of Mr. Eli Hicks' home compound of ether discovered fey t

erts, has returned to Lake Butler, at visitors here Monday afternoon.Mrs. i. visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. the Lem Sapp home. was the scene of a beautiful wedding Cincinnati man. :,
_;' which point she will spend a few days : R. Green and daughter, Miss and Mrs. V. R. Reddish, of Law Mrs. Pierson, of Albuquergue, New Sunday when at six o'clock Miss Effie Ask at any drug store for a mB"
before returning to her home in Annie, of Lake Butler, were visitors tey, visited relatives and friends here Mexico, has been spending the last few Belle Hicks and J. Wilson Bedenbaughwere bottle of freezone, which will cost but

I! Gainesville.Mr. here last week-end. Sunday.Mr. weeks with her father, Mr. T. B. quietly married, Rev. H. E. Ride- a truffle, but is sufficient to rid tmrt'

Steven Williamson and wife attended I Rev. W. F. Walters has returned Eodus Green was transacting Handley, who has been rather sick, nour, pastor of the Baptist church offi feet of every corn or callus. \
church at Little Springs Sun- from North Carolina and was visiting business in Jacksonville Saturday: but is around his business again. We ciating. The bride looked lovely in her Put a few drops directly upon any

'..4 I ., friends here Thursday and Friday of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Norman, of.the are all glad to see the smiling face of bridal costume of crepe de chine and tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly

day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. Alderman, who live last week. Wateroak section,. visited here Satur "Uncle Tom" on the streets again. was surrounded by a circle of friends the soreness disappears and snort.
near the Baker and Bradford county Mr. and Mrs' G. M. Beville, Mr. and day.Among Mr. R. A. Green and Mr. B. M. and immediate relatives. She is a ly the corn or callus will loosen ad

.4 line, were in this community Monday I I Mrs. -A. B. Shaw and children were those who attended preach- Dowling, of Starke, were visitors in native of Hampton, a popular memberof it can be lifted off with the fingert(
on business.Mr. visitors to Gainesville last Friday.Mr. ing at Lawtey Sunday night were Mr. Raiford the latter part of last week. the Baptist church and Sunday This drug freezone doesn't eats

J. E. Douglass has a boy on the G. W. Colson, A. B. Shaw, F. and Mrs. L. C. Futch, 0. J. Phillipsand The Andrews gins are this week installing School, and has for years served the the corns or calluses but shrivels them

sick list this week. His many friends Dyal and I. W. Pinholster, Jr., madea Eodus Green. their cotton suction or elevator church as organist. The groom is a without even irritating the surround,

hope for him a speedy recovery. business trip to Worthington Tuesday .- Mr. R. H. Green was transacting which will be a big convenience <""Tessful young farmer, a native of ing skin. -.<

afternoon. business in Lawtey Tuesday. to the farmers.Mr. I' Columbia county, but for the past Just think! No pain at all; no ton

RISING. Those who attended preaching at J. P. Sapp and son, B. D., were eleven vears- has- been a resident vf ness or smarting when applying i is
I I LAWTEY.Mr. Pine Grove Sunday were Misses Katie in town last Wednesday night. this place. They have the best wishesof or afterwards. If your druggist doa'

and Fannie Thompson, Messrs. Ivey Mrs. H. G. Stone of Jpcksonville, a host of friends here and else- have freezone have him order it for
Mr. Aaron G. Fouts arrived here Thompson, Dan Starling, Eodus and was a visitor to Raiford Tuesday.Mr. where. you. (
last Monday for a week's visit with and Mrs. H. D. Randall were Dewey Green. D. B. Browning, of Lawtey, wasa The town council has let the contract rr.
I1 his mother and sisters. He is renew- visitors to Jacksonville the first partof Mrs. E. Griffis and daughter, Miss business visitor to Raiford Tuesday. for a concrete sidewalk and -

ing old acquaintances, as he is an old the week. Jessie, and Miss Mittie Padgett, of Probably no case in the annals of work will commence soon under the COFFINS CASKETS};

'" Starke boy and everyone is glad to see Saturday Mr. D. and C. Biggs Sunday, of with Hastings relatives, spent in Lawtey, were visitors here Friday af the state has created as much local interest supervision of H. B. Weest. {' And a full line of .r

him.Mrs. ternoon. as the case heard last Thurs The regular communication of
F., B. Jackson and children I. Lawtey.Rev. day before the state pardoning boardin Hampton lodge No. 129 will be held Undertakers'.Supplies! ']

have returned from their visit at Guil- A. T. Galloway filled his regular the- RAIFORD.Mr. behalf of Mr.H. G. Stone, and no this evening. Beside the routine business Automobile Hearse.t
Sunday at
I ford.A.. appointment decision could have been made than new applications will be fonsid-
L. Jackson and T. A. Crawford Baldwin :M. E. church, south. that which conditionally pardoned Mr. Always on hand. The best service -

went out to Kingsley lake last Mon- Laurie Edwards returned home Sunday Lucius Kicklighter, of Claxton, Stone. ered.Mrs.. 0. P. Goodman of at the lowest prices. SpediT.
from Sumner, where he has been Ga. is his uncle Mr. W. M. Sparks, Ga., orders.*
day and bought some nice hogs from visiting Tuesday John H. Denmark headed spent a few hours here Wednesday attention to telegraph ,;
employed for a few weeks. Whitten this week.
Dan Boree. '
is his
flivver. The while her
enroute to home after vis-
While Mr. A. G. Fouts is visiting Mr. C. H. Churchill, of Jacksonville, Mr. J. Tuck Andrews, of Dukes, was last news of John was that he was it with Mr. and Mrs. J. H.,Edwards a of Registered Embalmer |
K here, his wife and little daughter, visited his father here two days of last the guest of his brother, Senator A. D. mired in the mud near Elarbee. We Grove Park, who the _
are now proud
Joyce, are visiting her sister at Brad- week. Andrews, during a business visit to hope that he was successful in gettingout parents of both 'a son and daughter DeWITT C. JONES. I
:< t entown. Mr. W. L. Wall, of Starke, was a Raiford September 6th.
and that he
will have better luck which they adopted from the Chil Starke Fla. IL
business visitor to Lawtey last Friday. i Mr. Boas Rosier of the district :
was a meeting of our Sunday Sana the balance of the trip. dren's Home Society.
3 : school last Sunday afternoon to call Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Adams and was'business visitor to Raiford I -

? ; :a i I our pastor for the ensuing year, and \4 children were visiting relatives in Mid- Saturday.Mr. tAo
t Rev. N. T. King was called. I dleburg last Sunday. J. T. Lewis, formerly editor of
I There was an ice cream supper and II Justice B. D. Kelly, of Raiford, wasa the Raiford Tribune but at present ,
sing given at the home of Mr. and business visitor to Lawtey last Saturday employed by the State Plant Board as

: Mrs. 0. J. Jackson last Friday night citrus canker inspector, spent the week
'E'- 1 and a large crowd attended and all enjoyed Col. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, was a end with his family here, leaving here THE BETTER VALUES STOREOTHERS

d I a nice time. visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jackson and Mr. Miss Enza Blanchard returned home
A last Friday from Steckart, where she ---r"' I. a '2....,o "
and Mrs. J. S. Jackson attended the
'( big Primitive Baptist meeting last spent about three week with relatives.
Sunday at Little Springs. They made Rev. A. R. Adkinson, of Jackson- I GIVE GOOD VALUES !

the trip in Mr. F. M. Norman's car. ville, has been appointed pastor of the
r 4 There are a few real nice patches of Grace M. E. church for the balance of WE GIVE BETTER ONES.

i ; cane in our section. this conference year. Rev. Adkinsonwill VI

The big primitive Baptist meeting move his family here this week. We have made a study of buying to the end of giving our customers the greate ti
will convene at Union church next Friday Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roberts, of
possible value for their
t :: Saturday and Sunday. There will Starke, were visiting relatives in Law- money. Every pleased customer is a walking adveru'seyjmentand

t: be foot washing Sunday. tey Sunday. we have many such. Your dollar contains one hundred cents of l|
i Henry Bennett was transacting
GRAHAM. business in Jacksonville last Friday. purchasing power when passed over our counter. ?j
t : Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode were

I visitors to Jacksonville last Wednes- J WROSS WE STRETCH YOUR DOLLAR TO THE LIMIT \!\

Miss Mae McKinney and Mr. Alvin ; .

It Wasdin are taking county examination day.Mr.. W. J. Denby, representing the We have one commodity that we GIVE AWAY-courtesy. You are always[ij:
; in Starke this week. We wish them E. A. Martin Seed Co., of Jacksonville, 4t
) much success. was business visitor to Lawtey one CHILL F iirE! welcome at our store and can be sure of a pleasant reception. See our values$

Mr. Riley Wasdin recently sold his day last week. and sample the quality of our service before making purchases. $
t Ford to. A. E. McKinney and last week Mrs. J. D. Randall and little grand your

I purchased a new one from Anderson daughter, Virginia, returned home last SOME SPECIAL VALUES FOR OUR CUSTOMERS
+ Bros., Starke. Saturday, after spending about two '
Messrs. J. W. Andrews, Sr., and Oscar months in the north and east. Mrs. fom DUMSAOUC.C.rll'AND'MLioutnvn rtvt*.
I Andrews, of Starke, were business Randall left again Sunday for Cincin- INTlftMiTTCNT ALL MALARIAL rtvin OMSASO AND 100-qound sack of salt, 90c. Sugar, per pound, lOc. |:

visitors here Friday of last week. nati, Ohio, where the will join Mr. AND LA Gi'iII"PL Best grade Selt-Rising Flour, per barrel, $13. j
j Uncle Bob Surrency has returned Randall and visit California and many DIRECTIONS
home, after an extended visit with relatives other places of interest in the West CVZNYTMKIIHOUM TWO TAO.ooNruu-T Other Goods in Proportion to these prices. i:

t in Tampa. before their return in the early fall. UNTIL IT ACTS WILL nth .,..
t ; Hon. M. L. McKinney, of Lake But- Mr. I. N. Starling was a business "...."."P.OpO flORTOgL e f

t ler, was here last week and visited visitor to Starke last Saturday. PRICE 25 CENTSJACXSOWJtLtFUL

E 1 with relatives. Capt. S. A. Bryan, of Starke, was a GAINEY
Mr. Ulmer Roberts and family, of business visitor to Lawtey Monday. i
t' Ft. Meade, were recent visitors here. Miss Anna Jackson, of Lee, was the
i They were on the way to their home, guest last Saturday and Sunday of her
i I traveling by automobile. uncle, and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. BROOKER FLA.

f Messrs. Chesley Fogg and F. M. Be- Jackson, at the hotel. 1fn11uN !> i
: I viU "ended to business in Gainesville Mrs. Thomas Gilchrist, of Green it .}
.y. t Saturday of last.week. Cove Springs, was the guest Sundayof Buy nral at srorvs druggists or ando We solicit your patronage believing we can please. you. "flt
1 I, Mr. Stevenson, the popular salesman her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 1f y
front manufacturers.
t for Benedic-Pollock Co., Jackson Biggs. ,.' ;

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