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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 21, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 21 1917. NUMBER 12. I

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::' ACTION OF MINISTER RUSSIA DECLARED I TO BE REPUBLIC; I A SLICK FAKER FIRST SQUAD OF BRADFORD COUNTY .' j



REPUDIATED CABINET FIVE TO I GOVERN STATE SWINDLES MANYOFOURCITIZENS SELECTS OFF FOR TRAINING CAMP "



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BY GERMANY I Kerensky Issues a Manifesto + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Were Center-of Interest and At- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

Which Causes Surprise in + ++ tention 1
+ SIX HUNDRED KILLED BY r

GETS NOTICE The United States. + TYPHOON- AT AHOY + REMADE GOOSE FEATHER ceding
ARGENTINA + +
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WITH USUAL "REGRETS" + AMOY, China, Sept. 18.-De-( + BEDS WITH HEN FEATHERSWAS

RADICALS PLEASED WITH + layed.-More) than 600 natives +

GERMANY ASKS-LUXBURG TO TURN THINGS HAVE TAKEN + were killed by the typhoon which + PUT UNDER BOND OF $1,000 THEIR N
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+ struck without warningat
Amoy FOR APPEARANCE AT FALL
RETURN HOME IMMEDIATELY + the end of last week. Eightyfive + 1 i'

"EXPLAIN" MATTERS. r GENERAL ALEXIEFF APPOINTED + per cent of the water craftin + TERM CIRCUIT COURT.The LONG
TO 1 t
. COMMANDER OF ALL RUSSIANARMIESCONDITIONS + the harbors nearby was de- + TO STATION !
+ stroyed. No foreigners have been + I
17.-Dr. L. ON THE + season for fakers in Starke I DRED
BUENOS AIRES, Sept. + reported lost.Outlying
B. Molina, the Argentina minister at FRONT BETTER AS SHOWN BY + districts cannot be + opened early this year. It was opened AND

Berlin, today informed the Argentine SIZE OF GERMAN ARMY. + communicated with and it is fear- + who most arrived auspiciously here by one J. P. Black, TRAIN FOR
foreign office by cable that the German + ed that great damage has been + about ten days ago
and rented suitable in
government had expressed regrets over + done. + quarters
of Count PETROGRAD 19.Russiahas + of + the southeastern portion of Starke and With the
the actions von Luxburg, Sept. One village on the island
the German minister to Argentina. Dr. been declared a republic, with Ke- + Amoy reports that only 16 out of + put his belongings, consisting of lit- friends and

Molina reported that Baron von Dem- rensky as its first president. + 200 fishing boats were saved. + tle else than some huge packages of their ears the l ,

busche-Haddenhause, under-secretary Pending the election of a constituent + + feathers, there. Then Black started on men to go

of the German foreign office, had in- assembly and the formation of a per + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + his rounds to solicit "business." He county to the

formed him that Germany disapproved manent cabinet, all the powers of state wanted feather beds to clean and re bia> S. C., left

absolutely of expressions used by are to be vested in a cabinet of five 300,000 MEN LEAVE FOR CANTONMENTS I make. He carried with him a small board train_Tt I
model of feather bed which looked
Count von Luxburg in his dispatches.The members. FROM ALL SECTIONS a In charge of i
under-secretary, who acted for Elections are to be held November very tempting, and his words were as tey, and besides
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Dr. von Kuehlmann, the German for- 12 and the assembly is to meet Novem- soft as feathers falling from angels' the following
WASHINGTON Sept. 21.-Mar- : wings. Six dollars bed his
his absence in per was f
during '
eign secretary, ber 28. Fred Oliver
asked the Argentine ministerto shalled for the last time as civilians I charge, C. 0. D. He managed to secure ;
Munich, Holmes
On and after September 23 no per- more than three hundred thousand about sixty beds to remake, some .
request the Argentine governmentto that the son will be allowed to enter Petrograd ., men of the National Army went for- customers giving him three or four T.I Reddish,
notify Count von Luxburg ford Ernest
wished him without special authority.The ward yesterday to the 16 cantonmentsin beds. After there were no more feather ; ; g
to
German government return Kinney Starke
to new provisional cabinet is madeup the country to be trained for bat- beds to conquer in Starke, he and ;
immediately to Germany explain Starke Arthur
the entire matter personally. Dr. of M. Kerensky, premier; :M. Teres- tle against German autocracy. This and consort left, shipping by express 0. Forsyth; tl

Molina was asked to obtain a safe con- tchenko, minister of foreign affairs; increment represents approximately feather packages weighing 200 poundsto Whitten, 1
General minister of 45 cent of the total under City.
duct for Count von Luxburg. Verkhovsky, war; per quota Lake Raiford
Admiral Verdervski minister of the first draft from each of nearly five ; i
Foreign Minister Pueyrredon, after ma- Then came the explosion. Those of Lake Butler
rine and M. Nikitin minster of thousand local boards. ; ; >
reading Dr. Molina's cablegram, an- posts our citizens who sleep on mattresses Marion Leslie i'' I
nounced that he declined to accept the and telegraphs. The War Department has announcedthat made of hair, moss, shucks, cotton, ex- Wallace Shaller ;; J

assurances of Baron von Dembusche- Alexieff is Commander. the enormous task of obtaining celsior, or who dream sweet dreamson Riley Kersey

Haddenhause as a satisfactory settle- Kerensky and Nikitine are social equipment and supplies for the armyis the soft side of a board, are not af- Lake Butler;, ; )

ment of the Luxburg incident becauseit revolutionists. None of the other tem- moving satisfactorily. fected, but those who rest their more Franklin

was merely the verbal statement of porary cabinet officers are members of Indications are that there will be a or less weary limbs on feather beds Joel B. Griffis, ;
of when the first draft
deficiency men are madder than the was at
an under-secretary. The Argentine any political party. army ney, Sampson
formal shall have been completed and it may Flanders, and it is no longer safe to
foreign office is awaiting a note
General Alexieff has been appointedto The
be to call additional hun- squad
necessary an sing the old lullaby-
from the German government before
supreme command of all the Rus- dred thousand to fill the guard divis- railway tickets,
closing the incident. sian armies, and his appointment will ions and aviation branches. "Go tell Aunt Dinah, tions: and meal

be quickly followed by a complete reorganization Go tell Aunt Dinah, two: men in j
Questions the Report. of the military forces, in Go tell Aunt Dinah the old gray gooseis every detail of '

Buenos Aires, Sept. 17.-The report which all the old generals will be replaced dead." the: comfortable i

from Berlin that Dr. Luis B. Molina, with new ones. FISHING PARTY The mine was fired in this mayier,, National Army i

the Argentine minister to Germany, I The proclamation of the republic is we have been told: One of Black's cus- has been

had explained to the German govern- in accordance with the wishes of the tomers, sleeping on his luxurious remade War

ment that the handing of passports by radical groups in Russia, and is a direct HAD CLOSE CALLINHEAVYSTO bed, dreamed that he was camp- Starke

Argentine to Count von Luxburg, the repudiation of the constitutional ing on Smith lake, that he was lyingon in paying

German minister, was a personal mat- democrats and conservatives. The new the, ground and that a blackjacksnag :young men.
ter and did not signify a rupture of relations move definitely places the provisional stucksinto the small of his back. Starke

was classed as doubtful accuracy government in sympathy with the rad- He awoke, found it only a dream, but the minute of

by Foreign Minister Pueyrredon icals, and evidently marks the end of still the protuberance was there. He the center of

today. It was true that a rupture had the middle course Kerensky and his ripped open the mattress and stuck This interest
not been created by handing Count his hand among the feathers. He found
advisers have heretofore tried to fol- MAROONED ON BRUSH HEAPIN in a very
von Luxburg his passports, the for- lowof placating both the socialists and the handle of a turkey tail duster, witha the old armory
eign minister stated, but Dr. Molina's I reactionaries.It TWELVE FOOT WATER few ribs of feathers sticking to it. in the parade

instructions did not provide for any As the contents did not smell right he the train
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is anticipated that the
explanation of the situation to Ger- announce- made a further investigation and
ment of the republic, which was one of DEATH CLAIMS THREE WELL The parade
found that the feathers were not of
many. the chief aims of the revolutionists house, led by
The foreign minister reiterated to- 1 KNOWN LAKE BUTLER PEOPLE the birds that saved Rome, but of command of
will harmonize the differences that
day that there will be a rupture of relations -OTHER NEWS NOTES OF INTEREST chickens of all the varieties found in As it
have heretofore the gan.
with Germany if the latter's prevailed among the from Brooker, which adorn
coops
radical forces, and will meet with FROM WEST BRADFORD and thence on
explanation of the Luxburg incidentis gen- the express platform in Starke after
tion it
eral approval of the councils of sol was
not absolutely satisfactory. He requested METROPOLIS. the arrival of Peggy. Most of the izens
I foot
diers and workmen, and on fb.JuTA"A
the senate to abandon the pro- encouragethem feathers had not even been dry picked tomobiles.
to aid in the rehabilitation of the -
posed secret session set for today to ; hence the unpleasant odor.
fighting forces of the nation. I Telegraph Bureau, fifty
co consider the matter as he prefersto The. gentleman found he had been when the

make all explanations at a public Reorganizing Army. I Lake Butler, Fla., Sept. 19, 1917. swindled by Black and went to others were at least .

session later. The republic was proclaimed Satur- Last Monday a severe storm visited who had patronized the latter, asking join in the

No request for a safe conduct has day afternoon and the reorganization' the Palestine district. Mr. Thomas them to see if they had also been swin- forming the i

been received from Count von Lux of the army was immediately begun. and a Mr. Roberts who live there accompanied I dled. On examining their remade beds At 8:30 oclo: <
The first intimation of the shakeup ;
burg. He has notified the foreign of- army little
by a boy, Jim Pearce, they found all sorts of chicken feathers ed ranKs in :
five, however, that he plans to leave was given today in dispatches received I were on the lake, which is about four as well as curly tail feathers of: Starke and I

Argentina by a Dutch steamer sailing at Washington by the Russian miles in length by two miles wide. ducks. One is said to have found a where the

September 28 or on a .Spanish vessel embassy. These reports say that the I' When the storm broke the lake be- pair of chicken feet. The news spread led. The ii'

October 2. confidence of the troops is being re- came very rough in a short while and and it seems that every patron had file, each man ,

Since being handed his passports stored and that the political situation I the boat commenced to fill with water. been swindled. One had patronized his coat a "

Count von Luxburg, it was stated, has clearing/ rapidly.If The men paddled to what is called a him to the extent of three beds and the proud I

been circulating the statement that the the troops had known the true brush heap that they had put in the eleven pillows. As goose feathers are ford County, ij .

idea of sinking Argentine ships "with' conditions, reports received at the embassy lake for fish to bed in. At this spot now worth $1 a pound,' and a respectable Weeks, Sheriff j'I'
out trace" to say, the Korniloff revolt could feather bed from 40 to 60( l
leaving a was suggested t the water is about 12 feet deep and weighs County Judge
him by the foreign minister of Argen- never have occurred. Indications that the brush heap is held up by poles pounds, the losses were serious. at. the head
tina as a means of preventing compli- the military situation is bettered are stuck in the mud. Four of those swindled by Black by the Boy I
the statement that |
cations. This statement was charac- strengthened by The men jumped out of the boat and swore out warrants before County sation was :
terized by Foreign Minister Pueyrrdon Germany has more men on the Rus- each caught hold of the end of a pole Judge Gardiner, charging Black with! Arrived at i 11 ;

as the "greatest, most shameful sian front than ever before. that help up the brush. They thought grand larceny. Sheriff Epperson then A. Weeks :

barefaced lie" in his official experience. Although the position of the Keren- by getting out of the boat it would started to find the culprit. After trying and every man :,
sky government appears to be improv- Jacksonville in vain he went to
I make the craft lighter and save the was about the
NEW PEACE RUMOR RIFE. ing the action of the grand council of boy. Mr. Thomas held on to the boat Lake City and he found his man there. since the
the Cossacks in to surrender
refusing with one hand and to the pole with He brought him to Starke Tuesdayand and Deputy .
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LONDON, Sept. 18.-The crop of ominous.General Kaledines The leader, the of the Hetman Cossacksis is i the other, when the pole pulled out of placed him in the county jail. compliment k

so-called peace rumors permitted to the mud and he and the boy with the Wednesday morning Judge Gardiner had reported |
accused of in the Korn-
sprout in leading German newspapers complicity boat were blown to the shore two held a "bed of justice," in which Black the call of
iloff revolt. j
miles distant. was the principal figure. A large num- had
convinces the London press that Ber- every man I
The Cossacks their
protest loyaltyto ber of the elite of''Starke had been
lin is Mr. Roberts succeeded in holding on on time at
preparing the home opinion for
the government, while ignoring the j jgovernment's
another adroit peace move which will for the giving .'to the pole for two hours, during which summoned as witnesses, and the arraignment squad and that ,
request
probably take definite shape before time the storm was at its height. The promised to be the most meet the :
of General Kaledines.
the snow flies. up boat when blown away from the brush sensational ever hell in Starke. At- same spirit.

Much. news is coming through re- heap was soon lost sight of by Mr. torney Joe Hill Williams was for the At 9:30 the s

grading the report that the Germans RIOTING SUGGESTED TO OBTAIN Roberts, who thought it had gone defendant and E. M. Johns, Esq., was last farewells I

have abandoned all claims to Belgium, FUNDS AND GUNS. down and the man and boy were lost, the prosecutor. In the first count the Fire Girls, who

and there are also many rumors in regard but after the storm abated he heard principal witness submitted "exhibitA I., of the squad

to the Kaiser's reply to the pope'speace ABILENE, Tex., Sept. 17.Testifying Mr. Thomas shout from the land and ," consisting of feathers of Rhode gave the yell ;.

note which is expected shortly. at the trial today of fifty membersof who soon had the boat bailed out and Island reads, black Spanish and barred riedly ? t,

.----- the Farmers and Laborers Protec- paddled to the rescue of Mr. Roberts. Plymouth Rock chickens, but he could cheering of |
tive Association of America, charged I The entire party had a narrow escape not satisfactorily answer certain questions moved out on f :
PRICE
HAS BEEN PUT ON FIRST with conspiracy against the govern- with their lives. put by the defendant's attorney, Starke
AMERICAN DEAD OR ALIVE
wherefore the latter moved that the
ment, J. R. Hollis, of Delk, said R. W. Death of Mrs. L. D. Fisher. strative,
The of L. D. Fisher charge against his client should be on- hearty
Mills, of Abilene, one of the defend- death Mrs. was i
Presence ({ the "Sammies" in Trench. ly petit larceny. However, the court of
ants, speaking at a meeting of the a very sad incident of last week. Mrs. squad
es Evidently Worries Germans. of could not see it that way, but put the uineness of
for
Delk local May 8 last, told how mem- j Fisher had lingered a period
of culprit under a bond of $1,000 for his sincerity of
bers could set fire to the residences several months with a complication
British Headquarters in France and on the coutskirts of the towns and ailments which made her recovery im- appearance at the fall term of the cir- the splendid

Belgium, Sept. 19.-The German mili- then rob banks and supply houses possible, but her death was a shock to cuit court. Should Blac': succeed in forth to do

tary authorities on the western front while the populace was fighting the the people of the town and especiallyto furnishing bond, the judge will try The spirit

how much concern about the imminence fires In this way Mills said funds her friends, for she and "Grandpa" him on another count, as there are posing the

of the American army entering and munitions could be obtained to'resist Fisher were loved by both old and still three against him It is there- no shirkers

tie. trenches. This information was I conscription, Hollis testified.At young, for they were of that fortunate fore thought that he will be satisfied showed by his
with in Hotel de Cameron
revealed when the diary of a Prus- this same local meeting Hollis few who are young in their age. remaining he was ready
atan sergeant was found, which said: said Lon Hunter, another defendant Mr. and Mrs. Fisher came to Lake until the circuit court convenes, even where duty

VWe are supposed to have Americas outlined a plan which he declared I Butler twelve years ago from Char- if he must sleep on shuck mattresses. there were

opposite us. The man who brings would overthrow the existing govern lotte, Michigan, and have lived here --- must be a

ia the first American, dead or alive, ment "in three minutes' time." The continuously since then except for the Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Fralick have Mothers and

baa been promised the iron cross of plan eluded-"blowing',up the railroads I!time they have spent visiting their son moved to the Chase cottage on West their sons to

the first class 400 marks (aWNtl1O J and burning bridges" the wit- Madison street recently vacaed by !

&ad_U days. leave." ". _.. 'ness testified. Hunter _said.___-.: : (Continued on Page 4.) Mr. J. C. Robinson and family. ( } f*
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, ISIS.
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> PLEAD GUILTY AS A SLACKER GOLD SEIZED ABOARD\SPANISH GOVERNOR CATTS IS DEFENDANT lieve any statement coming from the STILL FIRING OX DEF1tigE; :""! !i

,i 0000000000 TO ESCAPE RETURN TO PRISON I STEAMSHIP.A IN $20,000 SLANDER SUIT governor that will in any way reflecton LESS CREWS OF SUNKEN SBjp.! :
Mr. TenBrook's character and the
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r 4 RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. Gulf Port, Sept. 15.-Customs of- that he is "damned thief"coming I
From "D. G. TenBrook is Damned Thief," statement a LONDON, Sept. 19.-Two
James Bembry Had Escaped a
ficers boarded Spanish steamer sass rf
I today a from the governor, has stirredup German submarines *
aoooe oeo oooc Convict Road Force. before'the vessel Gets Governor in the Toils. firing OQ
.. ; here shortly was real trouble. crews of sunken vessels after till
I scheduled to depart for a Europeanport During the last campaign Mr. Ten- taken to the boats have beenf the $

(Tallahassee Record) and seized $40,300 in gold secreted FT. LAUDERDALE, Sept. 19.-Alleging Brook was one of Governor's Catt's pubhc. .

No doubt the operation of the selec- in a barrel of salt pork that formeda that Governor Sidney J. Catts most energetic supporters and was apparently -, A submarine sank the schooner :
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I I rI tive draft law of the United States part of the ship's stores. has defamed his character, D. G. Ten- conscientious in his belief i Williams of Arklow, off the } .

I will result in the apprehension of An investigation conducted by the Brook, of this city, has brought suit that Catts would make an able ancj efficient Cornwall Monday by shell fire coaitrf/ .
to federal district attorney was followedby in the circuit court of Duval county governor.Preparations The was then
I criminals and the returning gun turned iL
many the arrest of three members of thesnip's on a
against the for $20,000 dam-
custody of more than one escaped convict governor -- containing the crew of six, of
chew charged with violating thePresident's 1I'hoa
1 but probably the first instance of ages.Attorney are being made to rebuild three were killed and the
I TO THE this kind was recorded at Tallahassee proclamation of September W. I. Evans, of this city, the trestles across Wateroak and badly wounded.On rell1alnder
HAS GONE
THE KID 10 prohibiting the exportation of gold
who Mr. TenBrook in hiscase
. COLORS. Monday, when James Bembry, held in represents Double Run creeks north of Starke. the following day the IcbOOller
under license.
the county jail here by the Govern- except sent his declaration to Jackson- The trestles will support a gravel road William of Dublin was sunk by
Officials who conducted the investi- a ;
ville to be filed with the clerk of the J
ment authorities for failing to register way, similar to the one across Alligator marine. The open boat in which
The kid has gone to the colors, admitted that he was at Raifordin gation decline to comment on the seiz- court. In this declaration, it is alleged creek. crew left the vessel was shelled t "I
And we don't know what to say; the state prison farm on June 5th ure but it was understood that efforts said Mr. Evans, that the governor shrapnel, but only one man *H;
The kid we had loved and cuddled last, but had escaped from the Flagler I have been made to ascertain whetherthe said in the presence of several promi- Piles Cured In e to 14 Days was jug

Stepped out for the flag today. road recently. gold bears any relation to reports nent citizens of Jacksonville, that "D. Yocr druggist will refund money if PAZO
I We thought him a child, a baby, county camp sent from Suwannee that Germany has received gold thru G. TenBrook is a damned thief." OINTMENT fails to err.. anycase Piles in of 6tol4da Itcmne.' Tell it to the Telegraph and ten( no
Bembry was up Blind Ble dinK Protruding >
, With never a care at all; county for the stealing of oxen and communication of her submarines with :Mr. TenBrook does not complain of The first application !gives Ease and Rest. SOc err: ody. Advertise!

But his country called him man-size, his sentence was for four years and neutral ships. Details of the seizure what the governor may privately thinkof

And the kid has heard the call. six months. He had served about four and the investigation have been tele- him, nor does he object to the pro-

months when he escaped from the road graphed to Washington.One fane language used by the Reverend

He paused to watch the recruiting, force in the new county of Flagler. On report current tonight was thata Catts, but he does seriously object to A. L. I

Where, fired by the fife and drum, June 5, National Registration day, he member of the ship's crew recently being called a thief and he proposesto CREWSi

. I He bowed his head to Old Glory was a Raiford and Captain Purvis reg- cashed a draft for a large amount, make the governor pay damages for
"Come!" drawgn on a bank in Havana, at local
And thought it whispered: a this defamation.Mr. .
istered him with the other state pris
The kid, not being a slacker, oners. When the local United States bank. Officials of the band here de- TenBrook has lived in this city Blacksmith and Wheelwright

;: Stood forth with patriot joy, Deputy Marshal, Wiley Strickland was clined to make a statement relative to for the past seven years and has many
. To add his name to the roster- in Jefferson the alleged transaction. friends here who will be slow to be-

., And, God, we're proud of the boy! the slacker county suspects recently, he roundingup was attracted -.---- I Horseshoeing a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed

by the suspicious actions of MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL
The kid has gone to the colors; Raiford Florida.
Jas. Bambry, who gave his name to
It seems but a little while The Beauty Secret.
Strickland as Tenry Ford. He explains -
Since he drilled a schoolboy army now that he gave that name instead Starke Sept.-4, 1917.

In a truly martial style. of W. J. Bryan because he ad- The city council met in regular ses- Ladies desire that irresistible --

But now he's a man, a soldier, mired the car manufacturer more than sion with the following members pres- charm-a goodS

.. s And we lend him listening ear, the other pacifist. He could not pro- ent: E. S. Matthews, chairman; S. r complexion. Of
: For his heart is a heart all loyal, 1 course
duce a registration card, so Capt. A. Bryan, J. W. White.
Unscourged by the curse of fear. Strickland brought him here on the Minutes of the last meeting were A they do not wish others
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charge of failing to register. He was read and approved. i- to know a beautifier
His dad, when he told him, shuddered; in the Leon county jail awaiting trial i Request of state Mrs. Carrie Mills ;J1 has been used so they

i His mother-God bless her! cried; in the United States court when Dep- for a reduction of taxes for 1916 de i 1' buy a bottle of

.. r Yes, blessed with a.mother nature, uty Sheriff W. F. Banks recognized his

She wept with a mother pride. face as one he had seen on one of the I nied.The clerk was instructed to investigate BalmLIQUID
But he whose old shoulders straight'dWas Magnolia
advertisements of escaped state con- bond register for registering

granddad-for memory ran victs, which are published for the state bonds of the town of Starke. FACE POWDER
To years when he, too, a youngster, regularly by the Jacksonville police The collector was allowed credit on 1
and use according to simple directions. Improvement -
Was the to man
changed by flag a department. Although the prisonerhad insolvent list for 1916 taxes as follows u noticed at once. Soothing, cooling and

-W. M. HERSCHELL, M. A. held one eye shut so regularly : refreshing. Heal.Sunburn.Mop Tan.

since his last arrest that even his fellow Taxes refunded by the town __________ 24.00 < Pink. WAite. Rou-Rti.
Taxes not collectable ________________ 33.30 75c.at Ztaifffib or 4y mail JlncL 9
FEW WOMEN OF TODAY WORK prisoners thought he was one-eyed Property sold to town ________________ 62.00
Banks saw through the disguise. He Sample (either color) for 2c. Stolp.

r BLINDLY. answered all descriptions of the escaped Total credits ____________________ 119.30 LyonMfg.Co.. 40 South Fifth St..Broo 7Do N.Y.
4 Collections for August follows -
were as
James Bembry. He had all the I
Used to be that daughters adhered :
scars and the thumb print was the Street paving assessments _________ 554.70 EVERY MAN'S CAR
strictly to mothers' methods of home same. Finally when Deputy Banks Taxes __ ____ ________________________ 871.20 000vA . OOOsvOTRAIN
management. They used certain bak- showed him the picture said Fines _.___. __ _?_____?_______?_ 4.00
'. because they were Bembry Licenses __ .... _____._____...-_... 21.50
ing recipes simply with a smile as he opened his closed SCHEDULE.

favorites of former generation. _________ ____
t a eye: "Yes, that's me; I guess I ought Total collections -- 1451.40 C
} Times have changed radically. Colleges to know my own picture. I was hiding The treasurer's report was filed as New time table went into effect <8> The Touring CarAs

f [ and clubs have been established out in Jefferson county successfullyuntil follows: 012:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917, <8>
J !" for the express purpose of determining the draft caught me." General Fond. 0 and trains will run as follows: <>
Aug. 1. to amt on hand ____________1338.02
) just which baking methods and "Henry Ford," as Bembry called AUK. 31, reed for fines ________._____ 4.00 <8> good a car as Chevrolet knows how
< baking materials are best. Many domestic himself has pleaded in AUK. 31. do licenses __________________ 21.50 Jacksonville to Tampa. <$>
already guilty do ____________________
: scientists devote their lives to AUK. 31. taxes 217.80 to build. Tilted windshield demountablerims
the preliminary trial to slacking of 0 No. 3----____________10:55: a. m. <8> ,

research and experimental work. They ghich'he was not guilty, because Capt. Total ----_________________________1581.32 0 No. 1--_____________11:14 p. m. <8> rim refined
are constantly testing food products. Purvis had registered him properly on AUK. 31. by amt paid out ____________ 312.77 0 No. 15 "Floridian"____2:37 p. m. <> extra at many points,

.. They conduct exhaustive comparative June 5th. Bembry evidently figured AUK. 31, to amt on hand ..-.........1268.55
tests. They accept and endorse only 9 Road and Bridge Fnnd.AUK. 0 Jacksonville to Cedar Key.
that in Atlanta instead of four Commodious
a year _____________
such methods and baking processes asP 1. to amt on hand 1310.26Aug. o No. 21_______________ 4:50p.m. <> ,
more years on the hard roads in Flor- 31, reed for taxes ____________ 130.68
have been found superior through sci- <>'
would three
entific measurement of merit. These ida save him years, and Total ---__________________________1440.94 Tampa to Jacksonville. 0
for that reason falsely pleaded guiltyto Aug. 31. by amt paid out ___________ 165.62 Comfortable
r decisions are given wide publicity. The the government charge of failing to No. 4_______________ 3:26 p. m. ,
;. result is that the housewife of today register Aug. 31, to amt on hand --___________1275.32 0 No. 2_______________ 4:51: a. m. <3>

produces more wholesome and perfect State Prison Clerk A. H. Roberts Aug. 1. to amt on Interest hand Fund.___________4895.34 0 No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54: p. m. 4o Sj thoroughbred for service this
bakings at less cost than ever before.In has wired District Atotrney John Nee- Aug. 31. to amt reed for taxes ____ 348.48 a --- touring' ,

investigating the decisions hand- ley the circumstances the result Aug. 31. to amt on hand _________5243.82 0 Cedar Key to Jacksonville. 0 model speaks for itself. .. .
ed down by pure food specialists and that the government has turned the Sinking Fund. > No. 20______________ 9:18 a.
eminent domestic scientists, it is plainly Aug. 1. to amt on hand __________1317.00
escaped state convict over to the state Aug. 31, to amt reed for taxes _______ 130.68AUK. Starke and Wanmee. m.'I'I
evident that the overwhelming ma-
prison department. Both Deputy U. F. o. b. FLINT $635W.
jority employ and advocate the use of 31, to amt on hand -----_______1447.68Waterworks (Daily Except Sunday) ,
S. Marshal Strickland and
Wiley Dep- 0 No.
101 Leaves Starke 5>
Fund. 6:45 a. m. \
Calumet Baking Powder. Calumet has uty Sheriff W. F. Banks are claimingthe AUK. 1. to amt on hand ____________ 949.91AUIC 6' No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 <6' .
m.
won this popularity among experts on $100 reward the state of Florida 31, to amt reed for taxes _____ 43.56 e p. <* ;

merit alone. They show no partiality.To offered for the return of Bembry. Aug. 31, to amt on hand ____________ 993.47 o T. J. GRIFFIN, ;!
obtain their approval: product Bond Fund. B. ALEXANDER
i
i must possess superiority. Calumet has AUK. 1, to amt on hand ____________13283.48 Agent. & SON
SWEDEN Aug. 31, reed for paving assessments__ 554.70 6r
REALIZES SERIOUS-
been granted that approval for several I

reasons-first because it is absolutelysure NESS OF THE NOTE SITUATION AUK. 31, to amt on hand -----______13838.18
in results, never fails and next t Bills were paid as follows: HAMPTON, FLA. -
General Fund. Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev
leaves
because it is perfectly no
pure Asks of E. S. Matthews mem council ________ 2.00J. erybody. Advertise
trace of harmful residue in foods.Then Explanation Germany-All W. Andrews do __________________ 1.00S. !
-because it produces a better gradeof Messages Held Up. A. Bryan do ________________ 2.00
D. C. Jones do ___________________ 2.00J. ,
bakings-cakes, biscuits etc., that W. White do _________________ 2.00
are remarkably light,tender and tasty. A. S. Crews treas salary ____..-_... 7.50 lL.iL.iL. IL L11L l.J. L L L lUlL JCLLT J.lJ)
STOCKHOLM Sept. 15. Sweden -
-
Silas Kite salary and fees _________ 51.00 .
?
of Calumet's
Finally-because surety realizes the seriousness of the situa- Ed. Burnsed salary _______________ 50.00
and moderate price it is the most eco- Joe Hill Williams mayor's fees _______ 1.00
nomical of all baking powders in cost tion created by the recent disclosuresof C. A. Futch clerk's fees ___________ 10.50 N. T. RITCH, Pres. W. T! Weeks Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH, Cashier
Washington regarding the trans- R. A. Weeks bal corn on 1916 taxes __ 33.18
and use. mission of German dispatches and expects Starke Tel. Co. phone rent __________ 1.50
This verdict-this hearty endorsement Silas Kite com on property sold to town 3.75
to take all steps possible to put Silas Kite com on licenses and taxes.. 119.55W.
coming from experts who have matters right, the foreign minister to- L. Wall fire chief ______________ 6.00
proved Calumet's excellence beyond E. M. Johns asst chief ___._______.__ 4.50 Bradford BankBradford
I indicates that Calumet day told the Associated Press. Gus Beasley fireman ______________ 1.00 County
1 dispute certainly All transmission of German dispatches B. Alvarez do __________________ 3.00
gives the housewife the utmost in has Allen Canova do _________:..___ 1.00
Baking Powder value. been stopped and Ger- B. George do ..___...__.?___?______ 3.00
I many has been asked for an explanation Gary Ennis do ______________________ 3.00
by Sweden, he said. Francis Hallipan do ________________ 3.00
Harold Wall do _____________________ 1.00 County's Financial Stronghold.
I 2,750,000 EXAMINATIONS REQUIRED Chas. Ensey do _____________________ 1.00
1 Tato Denmark do ____________________ 3.06
i TO SECURE QUOTA OF 687,000 London Sept. 17.-Germany has Chan| Cameron do ___________________ 3.00
sent a note to Sweden, according to Drew Alvarez do ___,________________ 1.00 Condensed statement of the condition of
the Stockholm the Roy Turner do _____-__________ 2.00 Bradford County Bank ;
First Draft Will Only Yield 2,000,000 correspondent at of Raiford Epperson do _.____________ 2.00 1
Soldiers According to Estimates. Central News Agency, highly regret- Pitt Tomlinson do __________________ 2.00 at i: close of business June 20th 1917. 'f .
the issues raised ;
ting disagreeable
on Total -_-_______________________ 326.48
WASHINGTON, Sept. 19.-Prelim- account of Sweden transmitting tele- Road and Bridge Fund.
t
. I inary reports received by Brig. Gen.E. grams to Germany. Bank of Starke pay rolls for Aug. ____ 65.81 RESOURCES LIABILITIES

H. Crowder, provost marshal gen- Germany says she is obliged to the T.Quigley P. Wall Lumber labor on Co.bridge lumber__and____nails______ 3.50 4.39 : .
l eral, are to the effect that local draft Swedish government for transmittingthe J. W. White &: Son tools for street wk. 2.30 Loans and Discounts $155,747.45 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00
W. F. Mott, ______________ _
I exemption boards have had to examine messages but regrets that her rep- scav work 37.50 Bradford County School Warrants 16199.40 Surplus fund 10000.00 ;.

approximately 2,750,000 registered resentatives in Argentina should have Total --_________________-____ __ 113.50 Town of Starke Bonds .
j men in order to secure the first draft sent the telegrams in the phraseologythey The council adjourned to September12th 2,000,00 Undivided profits, less expenses paid 7,965.65'c

quota of 687,000.It did. 1917, to canvass the returns of Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 I Cashiers checks outstanding I,158.92 r:

is now estimated -that the maxi- the election. All other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 Deposits -'.
247,134.23
mum number of men the War depart- C. A. FUTCH,
U. S. HOSPITAL RAIDED BY AIRPLANES Over-drafts, secured and unsecured' 572.08
ment can hope to get for military service KILLING 4 AMERICANS Town Clerk. i
c' out of the 9,600,000 men who reg- Cash on hand and in Banks 89,764.73 /
,
istered is between 1,900,000 and 2,000- WORDS FROM HOME Kj
Deliberate Raid by Germans ResultsIn
000 men. TOTAL $291,259.00
TOTAL
In most of the cities the boards have Death of Young Officer. Statements That May Be Investigated. $291,259.00 to ;

been required to examine ;four men in Testimony of Starke Citizens.

j order to get one for the National army PARIS, Sept. 18.-German war bar- Every modern facility for the most satisfactory transaction ,
; :. and in the industrial centers the ratio barity reached a new height a few When a Starke citizens comes to the

; has been five to one. This is due in days ago when Teuton aviators, fly- front, telling his friends and neighborsof of business is offered by us. Absolute safety perfect convenience ;

part to exemptions for industrial rea- ing over American hospitals back of his experience, you can rely on.his ,
sons and to the large number of aliens. the French line, dropped bombs on one sincerity. The statements of people prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank.

The government has appealed every of the Red Cross camps, killing one residing in far away places do not Your account is
case of exemption granted by the local officer and three privates and wound- command your confidence. Home en- cordially invited and you are assured of our

boards on the grounds of dependency ing 13 others. The officer killed was dorsement is the kind that backs best attention at all times.Bradford .

and the decisions of the district Lieut. William T. Fitzsimmons, adju- Doan's Kidney Pills. Such testimony .

appeal boards have been unfavorableto tant to the colonel commanding the is convincing. Investigation proves it

exemption in approximately one- Harvard hospital unit. The wounded true. Below is a statement of a Starke

third of the cases. include six privates, six lieutenantsand resident. No stronger proof of merit

In some sections the local boards re- a nurse. can be had. Bank
ported only one-third of the men call- The raids upon the St. Louis and W. W. Baisden says: "I used Doan's County

ed in the first drawing were not found Harvard hospitals were deliberate, it Kidney Pills about four years ago for -

physically fit, but higher standards in is believed, and, in order that the kidney complaint. They did me a

a great many places have brought the I Americans might not forget, the explosive world of good, curing all symptoms Bradford

proporition of the physically deficient missiles were followed by a promptly. My back was strengthenedand : County's Financial Stronghold. ,

down to an average of 25 per cent. shower of pfennig pieces, a coin of I felt better in every way." 1.

Gen. Crowder's estimates of exemp- Germany. Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't Starke Florida.

tions compared with total registrationshow simply ask for a kidney remedy-get ,
another registration might be Your order for printing will receive Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that

necessary to provide for a third draft the same careful attention if sent by cured Mr. Baisden. FosterMilburnCo. .

calL mail. as if given personally. ., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. (32) 1
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE _

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i- -- hurried to the scene. Sometime after- SAID TOWN OP STARKE. FLORIDA. WITH lating any of the provisions of this ordinance. carrying possessing and custody of Intoxicat-
.
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ward Deputy Blackwelder secured CERTAIN EXCEPTIONS; WHETHER INTENDED shall upon conviction be fined not less than ing liquors wines or beer seized and it shall
I ILYxaNJ FOR PERSONAL USE OR OTHER. twenty-fi\e dollars nor more than five hundred be unlawful for
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. dogs and the trail was struck, leading WISE. AND AUTHORIZING THE SEIZURE dollars. or be imprisoned in the Town Jail for or prevent any the seizure person of to such impede liquors obstruct -,
the Lee and into AND DESTRUCTION OF SUCH LIQUORS not more than sixty days or by both fine anj wir.e or beer
Day u provided in this
in 11 minii MI i iiai in mi i'==T'rnywwnt"*=''='"'='"""" "'"'J through grove ordinance.
WINES OR BEER. PROVIDINGFOR imprisonment in the discretion of the Mayor. Section 11. The said Town of Stark.. Florida
the dense hammock to the north. The FEES FOR OFFICERS IN SUCH CASES Section 8. That any warrant or fTidait hereby accept the terms and conditions-
dogs were considerably in advance of AND MAKING CERTIFICATE OP CLERK for any violation of this ordinance need liot of the Act of Congress known as the Webb-
OF CIRCUIT COURT BEST EVIDENCE OF negative the exceptions herein contained Kenyon Act being
or Senate Bill
Number
with
the officer and evidently came 404S.
up CERTAIN FACTS IN CERTAIN CASES.BE that the intoxicating liquors wines or beer which raid act is entitled "An Act diverting
the negro, who beat them off with a was received possessed shipped or transposed intoxicating liquors of their interstate char.
club, injuring one of the dogs and cow- IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of for any of the purposes set out in Section acter in certain cases." and which became a
Told Our the Town of Starke Bradford County. Stateof 5 hereof. but such exceptions be law March
by Exchanges.ST. may relied! up- on 1st.. 1913. And the said Town
I ng the others so that they could not Flordia: on as a defense and the burden of establish. pf Starke. Florida. hereby enacU that all In.
be made to resume the trail. Thursday Section 1. That it shall be unlawful for ing the same shall be upon the person firmor toxicating liquors. wines or beer of any kind
./ any person firm or corporation to receive directly corporation claiming the benefit thereof. shipped into the said Town of Starke Florida
Grantham arrested
morning Deputy or indirectly intoxicating liquors winesor Section 9. All
intoxicating liquors wines or from any other State or Territory District
PETERSBURG. factory recently seen afloat outside was a floating island a negro four miles east of Manatee beer from a common or other carrier in the beer shipped transported carried. possessed oft he United State, or place non-or nthrllOua

sold to an Atlanta, Ga., firm a about fifty feet square. On the that answered the description and immediately said Florida.Town the of said Starke Town of of Bradford Starke being County.gitlated and or received in the corporate limit of the to. but subject to the jurisdiction of the United

solid carload of grape juice. This is island was several trees about six feet carried him before the girl in the said Bradford county. Florida said Town of this of Starke ordinance.in violation be of the provisions States limits and of the consigned said Town to within of Slark the. Flor corporate

another item in the catalog of Flor- tall and a quantity of shrubbery. Mr. who positively identified him as her and heretofore the said voted Bradford against county the sale Florida of intoxicating having- any marshal or police officer may of the said seized Townof by ida in violation of this ordinance is hereby

ida's increasing industrial activities. Jordan went ashore on the island and assailant. The negro was lodged in liquors wines or beer whether intendedfor Starke. All such liquors. 'wines or beer so said declared unlawful and prohibited and all of
seized shall be taken intoxicating liquors wine or beer shall
enjoyed a very peculiar experience of the Manatee county jail. He gave his interstate personal use or otherwise and whether and by him kept in some by the secure seizing place officer until be subject to seizure. forfeiture and destruction
fishing from island and made or intrastate shipments or trans. the same is disposed of from the time of its arrival within the
YULEE.-The Seaboard Air Line is a floating some name as William Henderson portation except as hereinafter provided. ty-four hours by law. Within twen. corporate limits of the said Town.

making extensive improvements at distance at sea.JACKSONVILLE.The. denial that he is the guilty party. Section 2. That it shall be unlawful for officer shall file after in the such office seizure.of the the Mayor seizing of Section 12. That in all case of seizure as
any person firm or corporation to intoxicating -
this point, a new depot being under S liquors wines or beer possess hereafter the information said Town stating of Starke the a sworn affidavit or Officer provided and herein Town the Clerk Mayor.shall Marshal receive or the Police same
quantity and kind
course of construction. A new water loss of portions BRITISH SUCCESSFUL IX FIGHTS received other directly carrier in indirectly the from limits a commonor of the liquor. wine or beer seized: to whom consign:or fees and mileage as in other case, except in C
tank has recently been completed. of AGAINST SUBS. said corporate ed. and that to the best of his information I addition to mileage: the marshal or other police -
fingers on his right hand will Town of Starke whether intended for personal -. knowledge and belief said liquor. wine officer shall receive a fN of one dollar for
prevent J. H. Collins of Panama Park, use or otherwise. and whether interstate beer is and was shipped. transported. carried.or such seizures when the quantity of intoxicating

from taking his place in the national LONDON 18.-Stories of except or as intrastate hereinafter shipments provided.Section or transportation, Possessed and or_ recpivpd----.. __ in__ ..vmlotmn._.___u *.f thia... I liquors, wines or beer so seized does not exceed;
in
LAKELAND.-After Sept. quantity twenty
serving one ordinance and a copy of said affidavit information gallons and in cases where
I
or -
of a 12-year term for attempted army. Mr. Collins had been cited by some of the recent successes of the I 3. That it railroad shall be unlawful for any shall be served within three dayson the quantity of intoxicating liquors wines or
year Board No. 4 of those to leave express company or company. or any the agent or common carrier I beer so seized: exceed in quantity twenty gal- w
as one or other
British German submarines per
criminal assault upon a.young girl H. navy against common carrier or person to ship or transport son from whose possession lon such marshal or other police officer shall
said
here September 19 for the cantonmentat have been in brief descriptions into the corporate limits of the said Townof liquor wineor receive fee of five
G. Stone, a prominent white man of given out Starke beer. was taken and on the consignee a Italian for such seizure
Columbia, S. C. He sustained the which any intoxicating liquors wines or of said liquor wine or beer if he be said fee for seizure not becoming due until
Polk county, has been given his free- of eight encounters in beer. or from a place in the State of Floridato the said found in the quantities so seized amoved
Town of Starke. are from the
injury to his hand in a box factory, undersea boats destroyed. within the corporate limits of the said .The owner consignee place
dom by the state board of pardons. eight were common or other carrier or any of seizure to the Mayor's office in said fr --
and Saturday the board received word These sea battle pictures are selectedso Town wines or of beer Starke for any intoxicating firm club liquors interested in said liquor wine or beer.person shall Town or to the place of storage used by the
association
from the St. Vincent hospital that it as to cover practically the whole or corporation.any person whether in original within six days after service of said copy file said purpose.Marshal or other police officer for such

TAMPA-All vessels entering this was necessary to amputate portionsof ground of anti-submarine activities.One package or otherwise and whether intendedfor an jeer answer, and shall or claim demand for a said hearing liquor from wine the or Section 13. In all cases hereunder where it 4

harbor are now "spoken" by the fleet three of his fingers. The accidentis case was that of a battle between personal provided.use or otherwise except as hereinafter Mayor of the said Town of Starke. Is! necessary of to prove that the County of Bradford -
the
State
of coast guard boats engaged in pa- almost identical to the one which I an auxiliary cruiser and a submarine; Section 4. That it shall be unlawful for The Mayor shall hear said cause within ten the sale of intoxicating of Florida liquors hu wine voted or against beer 4 4

trolling the entrance to the harbor, happened to Harry Havard, Route B, another between sea- any person to personally transport from with- said days thereafter and shall hear testimony in the sworn certificate of the clerk of the Circuit
an engagement a out or within the State of Florida into the cause and decide said cauuse and promptly .
Court of the
and the command to stop is backed up Morgan's mill-likewise in the same plane and submarine, and another between corporate limits of the said Town of Starke. render a decree according to the law and shall be conclusive said and county the bat to evidence that effect of

by the business-like appearance of division-who week before last lost two submarines, in which the I whether the same \is intended for personal use the evidence and if said liquor wine or beer that fact.
or otherwise intoxicating liquors. winesor is found to be in the corporate limit
any of the
mounted on the coast guard two fingers from his right hand on the said Town Section 14. That if. for any reason any see.!
guns I Britisher got the best of his opponent. beer in any quantity whatsoever. except as of Starke in violation of law. he tion or part of this Ordinance shall be held
boats.JACKSONVILLE.. day previous to his departure for ... hereinafter provided. shall further declare said liquor wine or beer unconstitutional or invalid, then that fact shall j
Section 5.: That nothing in this ordinance forfeited and shall order the marshal t-not
Camp Jackson. A buzz saw severedthe or any invalidate any other part of this Ordinance -
shall make it unlawful I police officer of the said Town
43 DIED WHEN U-BOAT TOR- : to destroy said but the same shall be enforced without
liquor.
.-Two local boys members. PEDOED THE MINNEHAHA (A) For druggists to receive and possess or more wine than or fifteen beer in not less than ten days reference to the part so held to be invalid.
days from the date of
alcohol Section
and
other intoxicating liquors and 15. That all Ordinance and partsof
-Edward Colledge and Thomas W. such preparations as may be sold by drug- said said decree.liquor. The Mayor shall find the value of ordinances in conflict with the provision*
decorated with I gist for the special pUl'lJOll'and in the wine or beer and the owner or of this Ordinance
have been
Woodall war man- are hereby repealed.
MIAMI-J. H. Peace white claimant take
an aged Destruction of Vessel may :
Confirmation of an appeal as in equity Section 16. -
ner as now or hereafter provided by law. or That this ordinance shall become
of their services causes in the State
crosses in recognition resident of Biscayne was found deadin Received in New York. for the manufacture of medicines that conform and said Courts. within fifteen days effective immediately upon ita passage
with the Red Cross ambulance servicein his yard Thursday morning about 7 to the provisions of the Pure Food and in double appeal the shall upon giving of a bond and approval. 4-.
Drug Act of the State of Florida and the amount of the value of said li Passed by Town Council in adjourned session
removing the wounded from the o'clock, where he had been lying for United States of America, cr for bona fide hospitals quor. wine or beer operate as a supersedes this 13th day of August A. D. 1917.
battlefield under fire. The news comes several days. It is supposed that he NEW YORK, Sept. 19.-Confirmation or for manufacturers of perfumery and beer against the destruction of said liquor. wine or E. S. MATTHEWS ""
of the destruction German toilet only pending the decision of the appeal SEAL \ '!
from Paris. by a articles to receive and,1 possess alcohol, such ( ) President of Council.
was murdered with intent to rob, as a for the use of bona fide patients of such l.o- liquor wine or beer shall remain in the
submarine of the big Atlantic trans- Attest:
possession,
custody and
double-bladed axe was found short pitals or in the manufacturing of such medicines control of the Marsha .1M
a port liner Minnehaha, with loss of life, or flavoring extracts or perfumery and of the xaid Town of Starke. C. A. FUTCH .t
JACKSONVILLE.-A collision of way from the body, and also a rusty ,. has been received here by the local office toilet articles: or for any common or other Section 10. All common or other carriers or Town Cleric. .
razor, both stained with blood. His carrier to ship or transport such liquor or their agenta shall be subject to the !.
Air Line electric from Savannah prossess Approved by this
Seaboard me 22nd
of the line from its English offi of the oy of August ,
alcohol for said to such druggists Mayor of the said Town of
rr
purposes Starke
head was badly battered and his throat to A. D. 1917. .
and northbound Atlantic Coast cers. The cablegram said that 43 of hospitals or manufacturers of medicines. or of produce all necessary papers and shipping ree JOE HILL t .
WILLIAMS.
Line train in the railroad yard near cut and he was otherwise decomposedto the crew perished, including the purser flavoring extracts or of perfumery or of toilet ords, relative to the shipment transportation 824tf. (Copy) Mayor. .
such an extent that he was scarcely articles in the corporate limits of the fait lr
the Myrtle avenue subway last night the surgeon and three other offi Town of Starke. provided that such consignee 8i
about 8 o'clock resulted in the fatal recognizable. The body was found to I cers. Captain Frank Claret and 110 or addressee or his or its duly authorised agent: I. It*
have been dragged some distance from shall at the time of delivery to him said alcohol -
injury tf E. E. Hamman, express mes- others saved. I
were or liquors make an affidavit and deliverto m
the front door of the house, for marks
senger on the Seaboard train. such common or other carrier that such alcohol -
were found on the ground, and the or liquors is ordered for and will oe used 1\1The\
grass was torn up over the route whichhe Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev for the purposes specified herein and be Problem

LAKE CITY.-This city is to havea was dragged. It is believed that he erybody. Advertise! I shall those in specified said affidavit herein for name which the purpose same will of Solved i iI 1.

great White Way within a few days was killed with intent to rob, for his be used and that it will be used for no ether -

now, the posts having arrived and pockets were turned inside out, and 4 4 .1. 4 4 44 + 4 + 4 4 4 + 4 purpose. I I
have been turned over to Supt. C. J. (B) For any person for the use of
his had been ransacked. NOTICES 4CLERK'S
shanty + LEGAL
self or for the use of his own family ; ,l.m-I By
Ran who will at once begin work on + + + + + + + + + + + + with him to personally transport to his I
same. The White Way will extend home or to possess or to receive from fry

around the city park making that por- TAVARES.-Lake county schoolteachers Starke.REPORT.Fla.. Sept. 1. 1917. out common the corporate or other carrier.limits of shipped the said from Town with-of

tion of the city quite brilliantly lighted I will endeavor to secure mon- Report of the Clerk of the Circuit Court nand Starke not exceeding the quantity of one quartof Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. !

and wil ladd greatly to its attrac- ey by individual contribution to form for Bradford County. Florida. on account intoxicating liquors or wine and not exceeding .
of taxes assessed for the year 1916.
six quarts of beer or malt where said
tive at night.TALLAHASSEE. the first sum necessary to establish- B. M. DOWLING.
appearance I beer or malt does not contain more than five .
ment of a vigorous campaign againstthe TAT___ CnI1pitnrCounty __..____n. percentum of alcohol during any period of
hookworm disease according to Proper. thirty consecutive days or for any common or I The Home Builders I
Autr. 1. to bal due County Proper
A. H. McGinnis other carrier to ship or transport to
,, Dr. Hiram Byrd, scientific secretaryof Fund _____ __ ________________ 210.07 in the corporate limits of the said any Town person I .
Key West, was commissioned Fridayas the state board of health, who has By amt collected __________________ 137.06 of Starke for the personal age of such person. i J JI
sheriff of Monroe succeed- for the of the
county, or use members of his family
just returned from Tavares where he Sept. 1, to bal due ________________ 73.01 residing with him. not exceeding one quart of
ing Clements Jaycocks, who was sus addressed the teachers' institute there Drainage intoxicating: liquors or wine and not exceeding That roof will
leaky
pended Friday morning by Governor AUK. 1. to bal due County Drainage six quarts of beer or malt where said beer or I give you no I
Catts of malfeasance and last week. The gathering lasted for Fund __ ____ _________________ 199-27 malt does not contain more than five
on charges ____________________ percen
the entire week and was well attended. By amt collected 3.00 tum of alcohol during any period of thirty trouble if covered
of with
misfeasance in office and neglect : consecutive days. more Neponset I
duty in not enforcing the law. Mr. by about one hundred teachers from Sept. 1. to bal due ____________- 198-27
(C) For any priest or minister of any religious -
all parts of the county. Dr. Byrd spokeon County Road and Bridge.
Jaycocks has been sheriff of Monroe Intensive Sanitation the Autr. 1. to bal due County Road and denomination or sect to receive and Composition Roofing.A

county a long time and had been reelected outlining Bridge Fund ____ ____ __________ 292.91 possess wines for sacramental purpose, or .
conditions under which the interna- By amt collected ______________ 85.G9 for any common carrier. or other carrier 10
last year for a term of four ship or transport for said purposes to any

years. tional health board has agreed in to as- Sept. 1. to bal due ______________ 207.22 priest or minister of any religious denomination word to the wise is...wasted.
sist in hookworm eradication coun- Fine and Forfeiture Fund. or sectSection

ties of specified territorial units. Au,'. 1. to bal due County Fine and 6. That it shall be unlawful /o! any
MAYO.-News received here on Forfeiture Fund ___ ______________ 17.13 express Company railroad company or any
was By amt collected _________________ 17.13 common or other carrier to deliver any Intoxicating $1.25 to $4
last Sunday that Geo. Newmans who i liquors wines or beer to any person per square

lived near Eugene had died late Sat- TAMP-Formal taking over by Sept. 1. to bal due _______________ other than the consignee or addressee in person .
the government of the plant of the County School. of such shipment or transportation as no-
urday evening from the results of a AUK. 1. to bal due County School vided for in paragraph B of Section 5 hereof

rattlesnake wound inflicted the evening Tampa Shipbuilding and Engineering Fund ____________________________ 646.62 and such common or other carrier and he it
before. It is stated that the snake Company is only a matter of a few By amt collected ___________________ 66.98 or their agents are charged with I;now! dje
it is understood. J. E. Dil- of whether any shipment or traiu.prtat.ri Quigly Lumber & Co.
struck him while he was working in days now, Sept. 1. to bal due ___________ 489.64 ca-ried by them contains intoxicating l.u'rs. Supply
his field near the house, penetratingthe lard, representing the emergency fleet County Polli. wines or beer and of whether the person who ,
corporation as its inspector of ship- AUI!. 1. to bal due County Polls ____ 7.00 represents to such common or other carrier I
shoe and inflicting the deadly By amt collected _________________ 7.00 that he ia the consignee or addressee is in Starke Fla. I
wound just above the ankle. building at the big plant, is here and fact the consignee or addressee of such shipment I W ,

is expecting W. C.. McGowan, the district Sept. 1. to bal due __________________ or transportation. and of whether such I. i .
" superintendent of the Total Sub-School. addressee or consignee has received by or. :
! govern- Auv. 1. to bal due Total Sub-School _. I through: it or him noe exceeding one quart of .f
TALLAHASSEE.-The State LiveStock ment's shipbuilding industry to arrive tuna ___________________________ il nM U. intoxicating liquors or wines and not exceeding .
t Sanitary Board having made an any day with the necessary authorization By amt collected ______________ 24.75 six quarts of beer or malt within the last
with the United States thirty consecutive days and shall keep a record -
arrangement to take over the plant. Mr. Mc- Sept 1. to bal due __________________ 355.57 of such shipments and transportations of
I bureau of animal industry whereby Gowan went to Washington several Total Sub-School Bond such liquors. or wine or beer or malt together ESTABLISHED 1886
Dr. E. M. Nighbert, of tha bureau, is Auz. 1. to bal due Total Sub-School with the date of delivery and the original receipt .
days ago, and it was understood at Bonds ______________________ 315.66 to it him or them by the consignee or J. R. DAVIS & COMPANY .
to have charge of the tick eradication that time that he would return with By amt collected __________________ 40.75 addressee of auch shipment which shall at all
g campaign in Florida, all state inspectors the times be open to inspection by the Marsha INSURANCE
I under of his office necessary papers.DEFUNIAK Sept. 1, to bal due ________________ 274.91 or any police officer and or Town Attorneyof
being
supervision W. T. WEEKS the said Town of Starke. Fire Tornado. Accident Liability, Plate Class.. Steam Boiler. Burglary, Bonds ,
t he has assigned Dr. John W. Miner fellow (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. Seetion 7. That any person firm club. as- STARKE FLORIDA .
of his fqrce to have headquarters SPRINGS-The sociation or corporation and or the agent or ,
! in Tallahassee. that put up the Walden and Edney agents employee or employees of either vio-

t; mile post signs must have had seven Monthly FINANCIAL financial statement STATEMENT.of Bradford f .

drinks of low bush lightning, for about county. for the month of Autrust, 1917. tI
'l.DeLAND.Crows. Bluff bridge, connecting half of them point out of town insteadof General Fond. ,
Volusia and Lake counties Balance August 1. 1917 _____________5083.95
I was toward it as they are supposed to Receipts during month ____________ 91.76 ,
thrown open to the public Sunday and do. The Crestview road seems to be Disbursements during month .________ 734.44
the ferry service between Lake and in the I Balance Sept 1. 1917 ______________4441.27 ,
all right, but the others point ___ __ __
Outstanding warrants ____ ___ 48.67
Volusia counties will hereafter be dis opposite direction and we understandthat Fine and Forfeiture Fund. WHEN AND WHERE TO BUY

!l continued. The bad detour on the De- one mile is missing altogether on Balance August 1, 1917 ____________1831.36
. Land road has been aban- Receipts during month ____________ 262.75
landing now the Glendale road. The signs are nice Disbursements during month ________ 245.94
. doned, and the new brick road is in ones and would add much U> the comfort Balance Sept. 1. 1917 ___________1848.1
use through the It will take Outstanding warrants _______________ 109.10
swamp. I of the strange tourist if they were Road Fund.

about two months longer to completethe no tmisleading. Not long a ago a car Balance August 1. 1917 ______________3154.97
brick road all the way to DeLand'snew went to Eucheeanna looking for De- Receipts during month _____________ 93.55 This is an-absorbing question right now. All are asking, "Will prices go
Disbursements ______
during month 1097.93
pasenger station on the main line. Funiak on account of these signs is Balance Sept 1. 1917 _____________2150.62 higher?"

rumored. Outstanding warrants __.u__________ 22.45. i
Outstanding Fund. I

4' PENSACOLA.-As a result of a Balance August 1. 1917 ____________ 870.42 This store can answer the question as to WHERE to buy. Our stock .
_________ -4.
long and pitiful in the Pensa- first Receipts during month 49.90
appeal the ,
TALLAHASSEE.-For _____ __ ;
_
Disbursements during month 5.70
market much lower than the We sell
4 sacola News for the women of the reStricted time in the history of Florida a state Balance Sept. 1. 1917 ____________ 914.62 was purchased on a present one. are

district who were serving timein educational institution has found its Outstanding warrants _________.:_____3368.79 ing at corresponding LOW PRICES. :-

the city jail at the expense of the facilities far too small to take care of _Balance. August Drainage 1. !1917 _Fund.___________ B.U.BJ u.: u j !

taxpayers, for a pardon, the governor applying students and unless many are Receipts during month ____________ 3.00 -
- last week pardoned them. After having I Disbursements during month ........ !845.44! We can help you to practise REAL ECONOMY in tne purchase all
to: be turned away disappointed, addi- Overdraft Sept. 1. 1917 _____________ 21.61
released the women a petition tional quarters must be provided. The Outatanding warrants ___________9142.72 family supplies. Come in and we will PROVE TO YOU that we have all
signed by the Ministerial Alliance was state Bond R. R. Fund.
distinction goes to the Florida Balance August 1. 1917 _____________5750.00 lines of staple goods at ECONOMY PRICES.We .
received asking that the women still college for women at Tallahassee the Outstanding warrants _-___......5750.00
p-" remain in jail and that they not be state's studio of womanhood, and be- Bradford County

thrown upon society. I ITALLAHASSEE.Harry cause the policy of the school since its State of Florida. Starke. Sept 17, 1917.I are holding special sales every Saturday, and will offer many attractive

foundation has been "service" and be- hereby certify that the foregoing statement I'1
i than before our of the Receipts and Disbursementa of the bargains at these sales. We have added a fresh line of DRUGS and
r Stafford,, cause now more ever funds of Bradford county for the month of

16 years of age, living near Capitolain country will need her educated woman- August. 1917 is true and correct to the best GARDEN SEEDS to our stock and invite your patronage in these lines.

this county, was the victim of a peculiar hood, trustees of the college have refused of my knowledge and belief.W.. T. WEEKS

: accident Sunday afternoon. He to turn a deaf ear to the en- Clerk of the Circuit Court. Rmember that we sell PETERS' SHOES with a money back guarantee I
that have been (Seal) Bradford County
1. was sitting under a big sand bank near trance application

the railroad when it caved in on him. pouring in and to take care of the girl behind every pair than does not wear satisfactorily.

The boy was found dead several hours: students, houses through the town will ORDINANCE NO '7.
AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED AN
afterward, his school books near him. be obtained, turned into dormitoriesand ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE RECEIPTOF

His boy friends say he had dug out a a matron placed in charge of each. INTOXICATING LIQUORS. WINES OR i

Place in the base of the bank and went BEER RIER. FROM PROHIBITING A COMMON THE OR POSSESSION OTHER CAR OF. ,

-; there every day to study, so that he BRADENTOWN.-Wednesday af- SUCH LIQUORS HEREAFTER RECEIVED
FROM A COMMON OR OTHER CARRIER. THE SHRIVER COMPANY
might in the
enter
higher grade white
a ternon about 5 o'clock a young ; AND PROHIBITING THE SHIPMENT AND I

:. school which opens next week. girl was held up in the Manatee Ham- I. PERSONAL TRANSPORTATION OF SUCH
LIQUOR INTO THE CORPORATE LIMITSOF
mock who failed to accomplish -
by a negro, THE TOWN OF STARKE. BRADFORD
: PALM BEACH.-A unique discovery his purpose on account of the. COUNTY. FLORIDA. THE SAID BRADFORD BROOKER FLORIDA

was made by Gus Jordan, proprietor young lady's screams, which scared FORE COUNTY.VOTED FLORIDA.AGAINST HAVING THE SALE HERETO-OF ,

of Gus' Baths, Wednesday after- the black fiend away. The affair occurred SUCH LIQUORS. WINES OR BEER FROM

noon when he went out two miles into on the highway in front of the OUTSIDE THE STATE OF FLORIDA OR
BETWEEN ANY POINT OR POINTS WITHIN
the ocean accompanied by two otherL Butterfield farm. The sheriff's office THE SAID STATE OF FLORIDA AND

men and found that an object I I was notified and he and his deputies THE SAID CORPORATE LIMITS OF TEE
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iI PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1917. .;

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fffffffffffff4ff ment is true to the best of ray knowledge and ant. and that said defendant is
o'clock sermon by Rev. Rodgers with the subject of the "Kaiser and the over the **
r belief. J. H. RITCH. of twenty-one years.
Bradford County Telegraph "My Lord Hath Need of Thee," as his Crown Prince" which was received + LEGAL NOTICES Cashier. It u therefore ordered considered and .A. '

subject. Quite a number of his hearers with hearty applause.A f f f f fyfffff Pfff Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19th judged that the aid defendant W "
do to the
day of Sept. 1917. J. L. PEEK. appear complainant's bill
of
i commented on what an eloquent comfort kit was presented to each BANK STATEMENT. Notary Public. plaint herein on or before: the Jrd day f toot.
Published Weekly and entered u sea sermon it was. of the soldier boys by little Miss Elice Report of the condition of the Bradford Correct-Attest: eember A. D. 191;. in default: whertof o a De.... i

and elus matter at the poet-o iee ate At 12:15 the ladies began to uncover Jones and Virginia Weeks, costumedas ids County at the Bank.close at of Starke.business in the Sept.state 11. of 1917 Flor- W.X. T.T.RITCH.WEEKS said tree C.pro W.confesso Miller. will be entered mimt tilt I

; Starke. Florida. the loaded baskets and dinner was Red Cross nurses, and Charles Resource 0. J. GRIFFIN Directors. It is further ordered that this notice lit r v. ,
served. Promptly at 2 o'clock Dr. Marks, Jr., dressed to represent Un- Loans on real estate ____other___ 87,116.00Loans lished in the Bradford County TeleiriDt. a 1
collateral Mcuritr published
on newspaper at
Owner Montague gave a very forceful talk cle Sam in all his dignity. Mr. Her- than real estate _________ 35.050.40All BILL FOR DIVORCE.In county .Florida once each Starke.week in Bl'I4forf j
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and on "Education," after which Revs. Rogers bert White, of the selected men, madea other loans and ditcounu- ______ 75,130.51; Circuit Court. Kh Judicial Circuit of consecutive weeks. for fialla I
l! H. E. LAGERGREN Associate Editor Overdrafts 832.52 Florida. Bradford County. IX WITNESS WHEREOF I but he, '
of thanks for the comfort -
f and Rawls made talks in behalfof speech Sate, county and municipal bonds.. 2000.00 Daisy Miller set my hand and affixed the seal of "
Columbia College. A collection and Banking house furniture and fixturrs 2u.om>.oo v* Bill for Divorce cuit Court on this the 19th day of SeptenuT vuc j
kits.Rev. __________
5.561.50Claims C. W. Miller.
Other real estate
"Eat more corn," shout the govern- subscription for the college was takenup T. L. Z..Barr made a graceful and other resources ._____ 9,416.98 Notice to Appear. A. D. 1917.
ment food experts. At the same time amounting to $104.06.The little speech of "Good-bye, God bless Due from incorporated banks __M 56,030.24& The State of Florida to C. W. Miller W. T. Wtts,
B. Y. P. U. at 3:30 rendered a you," which was responded to by Mr. Cheeks and exchanges for clearing_ 4.030.72 Greeting: 921st. (Seal)
the national board of health says too Cash on hand ________ 9.87212 It having been shown by affidavit that the Clerk.
of causes pellagra special program and at 7:30 p. m. Dr. Roan J. Turner, of Lake Butler, and Defendant C. W. Miller is a non-resident of the
eating
frequent corn Rogers delivered a interesting the exercises were closed by the school Total ________________305,340.99Liabilities. state of Florida and that the residence of said -
What are we to very defendant Tell it to the Telegraph and
do's is unknown and that there is no tell .
er.erybody.
using as his subject the text, children singing "America, in which __
Capital stock paid in 25000.00 one in the state of Florida the service of a
There's only one way to save the "Some Good Things to Come Out of the audience joined. Surplus fund _____________________ 10000.00 subpoena upon whom would bind said defend. Advertise!

situation. Change Teddy's name to the World's Great Struggle." Telegraph Will Follow Boys Wherever Undivided taxes paid profits_____flea____expenses_______and__ 2.10259 ----- -
Theodoresky Rooseveltovitch and send The attendance was very large and Duty Calls. Individual deposits subject to check.149.37fe.77 -

great from other denominations Time certificates of deposit _______ 6.100.00"ashler's
him Russia at once.CharlestonNews a many Just before the departure made
to was ____ :
and Courier. were present and highly appreciated from the courthouse Thursday morning Savings deposits checks outstanding____r___112090.13 669.50 M'j 1 See G. C. SAPP at DENMARK'S store
the service. for the )Ir. E. S. Matthews
depot, Total ______ _________305.340.99State '
News Items.
Personal
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WRITE PLAINLY.The publisher of the Bradford County Telegraph l- of Florida. County of Bradford ss: j E ; RAIFORD before purchasing your meats 'i! i
Miss Marguerite Duncan left last i
announced to the boys that it 1. J. H. Ritch. cashier of the abovenamedBank
Monday to enter the Meridian Collegeat do solemnly swear that the above state-
Tribune has troubles of would be a very great pleasure to him and market
Tampa
its own, just as the Telegraph has, and Meridian, Miss. She was accompanied to send the Telegraph with his compli- : i supplies. i I I
far Valdosta, Ga. by her
as as ,
ments to each of them during their
has the following to say to contribu- father, Mr. L. A. Duncan. She joined service in the army, and that if they I 1I 1\\
tors The Three
: Market
"The Tampa Tribune is always gladto a party of young folks there from would keep him advised of their ad- I Tat I
Georgia and Florida and they all intended dresses the
receive from its readers and the paper would be sent to [ : i'
written on traveling together to the col- them wherever duty takes them. He ,-
general public expressions Women !
other than religiousin lege. asked them also to write the paper the
: public questions,
Master Duncan left Wednesday
Kasper -
news of themselves and their friendsso
their nature; and The Tribune has "
whom it values for Sutherland where he will that the folks back at home might Here Is a message to
some correspondents
enter college have tidings of them.It suffering women, from '
and concise-
for their
highly probity Miss Elvin Fowler and Mr. Carl Alderman Mrs. W. T. Price, of
is the purpose of the managementof 1'I"'I"A. 'j
ness in writing. returned to their school at Columbia Public, Kr.: "I suf- I I II

"Recently the editorial there desk has several been interest-receivedat College last Tuesday morning. every the Bradford Telegraph county to send man the called paper to to she fered writes.with "I painful.got down..", 1 D. ANDREWS MERCANTILE CO. I, I

)Ir. Chas. F. Floyd visited relativesin duty who wishes to have it, and just I .
in fine close '
articles but written with a weakness in
ing a my
hand without seeming to know when Palatka last Tuesday.Mr. as fast as their addresses are forwarded lack and limbs...! '.'!-! !'!'!'!'H+!';.;' !,; ..!.H.H.; ;, ;'.'H''H'o--.N; +tI I :

.. the end had been reached, in fact, so i Brady Markey, a Lake Butler to us their names will be enteredon felt helpless and dis- i

: far as one of them is concerned forMS boy who joined Uncle Sam's fighting our regular mailing list. This applies couraged. had about
forces last May and stationed at Fort of We will have for sale in RAIFORD .
the end has not been reached yet, to those who are already in ser- given up hopes ever : :
as we have not time to dig through Scriven, Ga., and later removed to I vice as well as to those who may vol- being well again, when ,
Chickamauga Park, Ga., where he did unteer who be selected. a friend Insisted I ;
Tolumn af to or may
manuscript get a
1 carload of
nice
clerical work for headquarters, has recently : young :
thought. been appointed SergeantMajorfe TakeCARDII S atur d' I
"Express thoughts as briefly as
your EVER SALIVATED BY Y
are pleased to hear of Brady's pro- MULES
write them and
possible, clearly plainly I ,
motion and wish him much
success. CALOMEL? HORRIBLE!
write lines close
and don't your so ,

together that the effect is one great trip Mr.to T Jacksonville.F. Rivers last made Wednesday.a business -. ,..4+e ............,.-............................'.......'.......,........,../.............. <,.......,..'............,..........'....;.->,.-;..;.-;.,...................,1..,AA.........I I
black blur. Putting on one sheet what I
h r., ought to have gone in three doesn't Mr Avery G. Powell and son, Julius Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts
while with bits Ladies' READY TO WEAR
are spending a : DRESSES !
fool the editor, he knows how long it :
is." Groover in Jacksonville. Mrs. Groover Like Dynamite On ,

is Mrs. Powell's sister. Your Liver. The Woman's TonicI I I

FISHING PARTY HAD CLOSE Mr. Everett Newberry, of the Mc- : ; including a full assortment of FALL and I I

Crory 5 and lOc Store in Jacksonville, I <
; began CarduL In
CALL IN HEAVY STORM was here Sunday visiting friends. Mr. Calomel loses you a day! You know a short while I saw a ; WINTER HATS. MENS' and YOUTHS' I

'" Newberry for some time pas been with what calomel is. It's mercury; quick. marked difference... I
Continued From 1.
( Page )
this firm at Gainesville, but recentlywas silver. Calomel is dangerous. It J grew stronger right

and other relatives in their home town. promoted to a higher position to crashes into sour bile like dynamite, along and it cured me. : BLUE SERGE SUITS. !
the larger store in Jacksonville. He is I am stouter than I
,
cramping and sickening Calomel ,
This spring just about the time they you. I
have been In years"If
highly thought of by his firm, as he I ti
attacks the bones and should never be
have usually been going north for a is a young man of enviable character. put into you suffer, you can i ''H''H.'H''H"'H+H.H'-'H+H'!+H+;'H'-'H..H'H' .H... I
system.
; few months, she was stricken with your appreciate what it :
Mrs. M. Mr. and Mrs. Sam 1I 1-
Singer,
Bright's disease which soon be- When you feel bilious, sluggish constipated means to be strong and I
I very
come complicated with other ailments. linger) Mr. and Mrs. B. Feinberg are and all knocked out and believe well Thousands of wo- i

A little over a week ago, Dr. King, Gainesville.spending the Jewish New Year in you need a dose of dangerous men give Cardul the A. D. ANDREWS MERCANTILE CO.i
'
credit for their good
who had been treating her, warned calomel just remember that your drug
, Mr. C. P. Richardson, representingthe health. It should help
gist sells for 50 cents large bottle
her and Mr. Fisher that she was becoming a :
CarduL At all
Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company, of you. Try
of Dodson's Liver I
: more seriously ill every day Jacksonville, and Mr. Charles Carroll Tone which is en druggists. E-73
and that they had better send for their Marx Bros. of tirely vegetable and pleasant to take RAIFORD i FLA.Decision !
I representing Jacksonville .
and is perfect substitute for calomelt ,
son, Mr. C. E. Fisher, of the Eaton two a I
hustling business
men, were
County Bank of Charlotte, and a nurse taking orders here last Monday. is guaranteed to start your liver i I
secured in the without stirring inside and .rtf
was meantime. Mr. Mr. R. W. Kerce and family, with you up ,
11 : Fisher, the son, came soon enough to Miss Thelma Knight, can not salivate.
are spending a Don't take calomel! It makes
join his father in the grim struggle while with relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. you
with death for the life of his mother, sick the next day; it loses you a day's i
I B. P. Cordell, of Oakland, is
but she never rallied but rapidly de work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens :
now assistant cashier of the Lake Butler -
l clined and died Friday morning at 8 Bank. you right up and you feel great. '

o'clock, and the father and son start Give it to the children because it
Mrs. Lucy Powell, of Lenoir, N. C.,
ed on the long journey north with the returned to her home last Monday it perfectly harmless and does not ,

body that same evening at 6:45, bound She had been visiting her son, Avery gripe. (10-4%)
north over the G. S. & F. railway.Rev. !
G. Powell, and family of this place.
L. A. Rawls and a few Masons
The regular mothers meeting of theRoman's His Compromise
met at the home just a few minutes
Club held afternoon "You shouldn't
was Monday havepun jv-r top
before the body was taken and
away a at the club room. A programon again Robbie. Mollie can't .'..y her ,
short Masonic service held.
was
Red Cross work had been arranged prayers with it humming awuv like
The ladies and of the
men Eastern I
for the afternoon and it was unanimously that." "That's ell right, motlier. It's
Star escorted the body to the train
decided to take up the Red humming u hjmn."
where the popularity of the old
couple t
Cross
work in future at these meet
; was certainly made manifest by the
ings. Refreshments, consisting of
.a
.
crowd that gathered there.
>, Interment of the body was made in salad course with coffee, was served t'LASSIFIEDD The distinguishing mark of the successful business man is decision. He plansa
:
.> the cemetery at Charlotte on Tuesdayof (Continued on rage 5.)
this week. course of business policy and sticks to it.

! Death of E. H. HalL FIRST SQUAD BRADFORD COUNTY FOR SALE-Three horses. Geo. A.

i Mr. E. H. Hall, one of Bradford'sold SELECTS LEAVE FOR CAMP Gardiner, Starke. 6-15-tf. The writer of this advertisement happens to know that the biggest farmer in


night citizens, after, an passed illness away of about last Friday three (Continued From Page 1.) FOR S SALE-Sto\'ewood- cents per Bradford County began to plan to be a big farmer when he worked for day wages on :<

t weeks. He had every attention that out having their emotions profoundly load delivered or 50 cents at mill. a farm, and mighty small wages at that. He planned for the future and he saved

could Master be bestowed had on him, but the stirred, and other loved ones must feel Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. part of what he made so that he could carry out his plans.If .

Great called and he had to keenly the grief of parting under circumstances
FOR SALE-Piano
at a bargain. Mrs
go.
Mr. Hall, or "Uncle Lige," as he was no maudlin so momentous demonstrations., but Pride therewere Catherine Teare, Lawtey. 9-21-3t. you would succeed in life, first of all you must __';a-,

familiarly known by his host ol and grief strove for mastery in
many
friends, was born near Orange Park, a heart, but the writer, who looked on, FOR f'ALE-One mule, wagon and

, Clay county Dec. 25th, 1856. He moved believes that pride conquered, for he harness, cheap. A Rosenbei
f to Bradford county in 1875 and i inr believes that every mother and father, Starke. 8-31-tf.

April, 1877, married Miss Mary CroftMr. every sister and wife turned
e away FOR RENT-6 room cottage next
Hall was a devoted husband
and From the train
departing proud that door to C. P. Cason, on Call street.
father and honored
an citizen of Bradford
their had DecidetoSavet
boys played man's in
a part J. W. Andrews & Son. 9-7-tf.
county. The funeral service
was this first act of the great war drama.
conducted by Rev. L. A. Rawls and the
interment was made in the Swift Exercises at the Armory. FOR SALE-One horse mowing ma-

I Creek cemetery. Beside a devotee Wednesday evening an immense chine, practically new, cheap for

wife, he leaves ioys, Jefferson, Shel- crowd of people gathered at the arm cash or will trade for a buggy. S.
ton Tom ory to do honor to the selected men L. Prescott, Brooker, Fla. 9-14-2t.
Henry and Ozzie, also four .
who left yesterday to join our Nation I ..
daughters, Mrs. Henry Rosenberg, "
al Army and follow through all the FOR SALE-$100 will horse
buy -
Mrs.Carrie Fannie, and one Fails brother, Miss, Mr.Jessie Ben Hall and, fortunes of war the flag of Old Glory. wagon, buggy and harness. This is In this we can be of great assistance to you. Deposited in this Bank your sav rings

of Orange Park, and one sister, Mrs the This Starke entertainment was given by I a bargain for you. Must sell soon. grow. We issue time certificates drawing interest and we have recently opened -.:
Branch American Red Wm. H. H. Whistler. 9-14-tf.

t Della sympathize Terry,deeply of near with Lake the Butler.distressed Wet Cross, and everything possible was I I a savings department, where regular pass books are issued, the interest being added .

. done to show the appreciation and FOR SALE-I have for sale or exchange >
ones he left behind.
May they' trust three months to the amounts deposited.
honor in every
which these
brave in the
in Jesus, who will soothe their aching young men vicinity of Starke several ;

hearts. are propriately held. The decorated large armory with was national ap 1 information improved call farms.on or For write further J. C. Make definite plans for the future and form a strong banking connection to help :

Death of Allison Allen. flags and colors, while on the piano Gainey, Starke, Fla. 9-7-4t. out plans.
you carry your
Mr. Allison H. Allen, an old citizenof of .
was placed vases glowing red roses. t

last Lulu Friday, passed night.away He at had his suffered home Scouts As the bugle call sounded the Boy FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE My 20 We especially invite young men who are in earnest about making a success to" l
conducted the soldier boys oo acre farm; 15 acres in cultivation;
for a long time with cancer of the reserved seats, after which twenty- 3 room house and barn, also straws take advantage of our facilities for handling their business. l

stomach. Mr. Allen was born near four little girls, each carrying a U. berry plants. All reasonable. See -

Lulu about 60 years ago, and married flag, marched to the front and sang, or write 0. 0. Stokes, Starke, Fla.
Miss Lucretia Townsend, of Lake But of the :
"Flag Free. Rev. T. L. Z. Barr 9-7-2t. 'if
ler. Besides his devoted
wife he introduced the mayor, Hon. Joe Hi!1 1
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leaves four sons, Ethan, Horace, Williams, who made an eloquent pa LOST-Four head of cattle marked

I ion.and Park, also three girls, Ruby: triotic address, which was enthusias split and under-bit in one ear and

1 Frieda and Bernice. The body was interred tically received by his audience. Mrs two under-bits in the other, branded BankofStarket t

in the family cemetery at Lulu D. C. Jones and Miss Lois Peek ten "A. C." Reward of $2.50 each will

His many friends sympathize with his dered a stirring piano duet and the be paid for information of where- ,

family in their deep distress. Camp Fire Girls gaily sang, "It is abouts. A. S. Crosby, Starke. 9213r

Baptist Rally Day Service. Time for Every Boy to be ,a Soldier

,. The members of the Lake ButlerBaptist Now." Harry Canova sang a cooa FOR SALE-Thoroughbred registered I'

church met last Sunday in song that set everyone to smiling. Tamworth boar, two years old, in "The Bank of Helpful Service"STARKE

rally day service being called togetherby Next a double quartette sang the Brit healthy condition. An extra bargain

a unique little card inviting themto ish, French and American national for a quick buyer. Apply to E. A

come and bring dinner. airs. This quartette was composed of Kennedy, Lake Geneva, Fla. FLORIDA i.

Thespeakers of the day were Rev! Misses Susie Darby, Louise Bessen --.. :-: ,

S. B. Rogers, secretary of mission of Mesdames J. E. Futch and A. E. Walls ; FOR SALE-85 acres land, 40 acres -

florida, and Dr. A. P. Montague, pre the male quartette being Messrs. A. in cultivation, three-fourths mile E. S. MATTHEWS President. :3" -: T. HALLIGAN Cashier;

- itf t .Columbia..College The se rE. Wall, J. F. Kickliter, B. D. Law and west of Hampton. A bargain for .. i ,

, vleEbegan prompUrWTUff'wtti Sunday L. C. PowelL Mr. Nat cash. .
Sternberg, our Write H. B. Wiggins Route 5 I ( ** ) j Jij .

r,. school, followed-with the eleven comedian, spoke most amusingly on 3, Tampa, Fla. 9-14-4t.

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f.! "THE SEVEN WORDS. MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS. THE THORNWELL ORPHANAGE.The FISHING PARTY HAD CLOSE ;4

CALL IN HEAVY STORM :

Rev. W. G. Law used as his theme Friday afternoon at three o'clock at Thornwell Orphanage located at
. Bits of LocalInformation for Sunday evening's discourse at the her home on W. Madison street, Mrs.C. Clinton, S. C., is the name of the home (Continued From Page 4.) :
Baptist church, the publican's prayer, L. Peek entertained the Missionary for orphans under the care of the ------ ., I
. "God have mercy upon me, a sinner" Society of the Methodist church. Presbyterian churches in South Caro Hostesses for the afternon were Mes-
-the seven words, as"Mr. Law termedit. Mrs. T. L. Z. Barr presided over the lina, Georgia and Florida. It has thir- dames J. R. Chastain, W. E. Load- '.1
The discourse was excellent and so meeting and the following program ty-five teachers and matrons for its holtz and William Johnson.
was the music and singing. The.audi-. was carried out: twenty-four departments and cottage Mr. C. A. Carver, of Plant City, a );
II G0.. P."t. "fU""oI ..f ence was unusually large. Opening devotional exercises. homes in which are sheltered above former jeweler of that place, was visiting -
{ rte ae w u..ir..4 r..... Talk, "The Importance of the Mis- three hundred orphans. The home receives relatives here last week. Mr. I

CHRISTIAN CONVENTION.There sionary Society" Mrs. Barr. children from any part of the Carver expects soon to be with the 1
Paper, "Why Every Woman Should Union, and from any denomination. Fort Pierce Jewelry Co., of Ft. Pierce.&I
n Belong to a Missionary Society"-Mrs. During July and August eighty-two Dr. H. C. Carver and wife,
4I F. M. Bevill, of Graham, was a visitor Mrs. C. W. Inman, of DeLand, is will be a convention held at J. W. White. applications were received, of whom chua, were here last week visiting rel i n!
I to Starke Saturday. '. "- fishing her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Graham, Sept. 29th and 30th, composed Talk, "Why Our Church Needs a only nineteen could be accepted. Above I atives. The doctor has just been commissioned 1i
of all the Christian churches of this
Stewart. Wide-awake I 1st lieutenant at Camp
Missionary Society"Mrs. two hundred are on the waiting list. !
county. Every church is urged to send Emily Philips. These are all supported by the gener- Wheeler Sanitary Training camp. He t
%VIIYNOT Silk at messengers to this c&nvention. Every- Discussion of left for his in Macon last Thursday
poplins Sternberg'sMrs. ways and means to osity of the Presbyterian public. We camp JL.
I I body cordially invited. We have a make money for parsonage needs. hope the friends of the school will do Mrs. Carver returned to her ;: I
" A. Z. Adkins and little daugh- I fine program for this occasion. Come During the social half hour Harry as all the other Orphan Homes are expecting home the same day. Here goes another I

Captain R. C. Heiberger, of Theressa ters returned home Saturday from one, come all.J.. Canova gave a violin solo accompaniedby observe orphan work day on Bradford boy to serve Uncle Sam.
had business in Starke Monday. Jacksonville.We ALLEN, his mother, Mrs. J. F. Canova, as the 13th of October. The observance Miss Ruby Smith, of Lulu, accom-
W. T. McGUIRE, pianist; Mrs. E. M. Johns gave a reading consists in sending your day's wage panied by Mrs. C. M. Blackwelder and

L Don't forget the millinery openingat sell the best flour at $12.50 per J. MULLADY, entitled, "The Mansion Over the fo rthat day to the institution you lay children, stopped over in Lake Butler 1
Knight's Millinery Sept. 25. barrel. A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. J. C. RAULERSON, Way"; Mrs. F. H. Long rendered a or. The Thornwell Home has filled last week enroute to St. Petersburg. a
Raiford. Committee. solo, and Mrs. Barr gave a reading. up every vacancy, notwithstanding the They had been visiting their parents, f

J. E. Bohannan, of Lawtey, was a N war and high prices and will shortly Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith. Miss Smith '
visitor to Starke Monday. Mrs. R. A. Barbour, of Jacksonville, BALDWIN EXOXERATED.j MASQUERADE PARTY. erect another cottage. The pupils of has just completed her course of ste- H
spent Friday in Starke attending to the hame have the best of schooling nography in the Tampa business col- \ \
1 business.The I I I lege. ,
j Meet me at Stump's. Jim Baldwin, the negro who, on Sep- Friday the and manual training and are care
evening young people of Miss Edna Epperson returned home '
fully taught. None 1';
: but
tember 9th orphans are
killed Will Anderson, a
the Bradford County High School anda last from Madison t
Monday where she j
: Rev. J. E. J. Wainwright, of Heil- Seaboard company are building fellow laborer, at Clayno, was arraigned number of their received. Contributions should be sent I'
concrete sidewalks across their rightof friends enjoyed a to Rev. J. B. Branch had been attending the Normal insti- ,
!? bronn, was in town Monday. before County Judge Geo. A. Gar- Clinton, S. C.
1 way on Madison, Call and Ninth diner Saturday. The masquerade party at the school house, The life of the institution has been tute. Miss Edna is a very deserving j
, streets.T. testimony plainly the affair being given by Mrs. Nelle young lady and is certainly making .
J. S. Thompson, the painter, has showed that Baldwin had committedthe Hughes for the forty-two years in which time more
of her mark 9
purpose raising as a teacher. ;;
moved with his family to Hastings. killing o'.ly in order to save his funds than a thousand boys and girls have
to
W. Waters, of Brooker, was own life, and he was discharged on purchase song books for the been made into useful and educated Mr. A. C. Whitaker, proprieter of ';
PAY LESS ATCurt transacting business in Starke tues- the ground of justifiable homicide. school. citizens. the Palatka Bakery, was in our city ;
The music room the
day. and adjoiningroom NEARLY last Monday on business. He has many i.
READY FOR DELIVERY
were lavishly decorated with pal- friends here who were glad to see him. ;j

No. 6C6 will cure Chills and Fever.It NOTICE. mettos, greens and Japanese lanterns, OF BONDS.WASHINGTON Mr. R. L. Brooks, of Jacksonville, ht j {
Dees left Monday for Jackson- is the most speedy remedy we know. the punch bowl being placed in a per- Sept. 18-Delivery arrived last Sunday. He left for his
ville to join the army. I There will be: regular meeting of fect bower of greens Mrs. Ella Kate of Liberty Bonds to subscribers will home on the evening train accompanied -
Stuck presided over the punch table begin Sept. 25th, Secretary McAdoohas by his wife who has been here fora
Messrs. J. D. Baxter, 0. W. Barry :J. J. Dickison Camp, No. 1617, at the I
OIL HEATERS, the Perfection kird. and H. D. Lynn, of Brooker, had busi- court house in Starke September 27, and Misses Anna Canova and Ella May announced. while with her mother, Mrs. J. R.
Starke Hardware Co. ness in Starke Tuesday.A 1917, at 10 a. m. Al members are requested Long were in charge of the sandwich Twelve reserve banks will distributethe Terrell, who has been quite sick but .
L I to be present. Election of officers table. Mrs. J. F. Canova and Miss issue, and it is suggested to holders is somewhat better at this time.

Mr. 0. W. White was a business cordial invitation is extended to I for the ensuing year and other Anna Canova gave a number of piano of interim certificates that it will t

visitor to Jacksonville Thursday.No. all to view the latest in hats at the i matters of importance wil lbe trans- selections. Harry Canova also con- be to their advantage to hold the cer- GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN
millinery opening at Knight's Millin- acted. tributed several violin numbers which tificates instead of exchanging them
666 will cure Malaiia or Bilious ery, Tuesday, Sept. 25th. i, W. T. WEEKS, added much to the pleasure of the for bonds until Congress disposes *of WITH LEMON JUICE
Fever. It kills the germs.W. Captain Commander. evening.A the bill authorizing 4 per cent on the .
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Parker and large number who attended were next offerings. J i
P. Robinson, of Jacksonville, children have returned home after a marked and ghosts and other weird -. Make a Beauty Lotion For A
spent Sunday in Starke with relatives. lengthy visit in Dunn, N. C. DEATH OF MRS. NEWMAN. figures, soldiers, cow boys and fashionable son Few Cents to Remove Tan, .
ladies of various periods all Mr. T. R. Collins J. Col-
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John demons and A. B. Surerncywere The home of Prof and Mrs. L. A. Mrs. Georgia A. Newman, wife of mingled together in the most friendly lins, of Brooker, were visitors to Freckles, Sallowness.Your .

Brooker visitors to Starke Wed- Davis, of Heilbronn, was visited by Mr. M. D Newman, died at her homein manner. The first prize was awarded Starke Monday. Mr. Collins has lately
the stork Monday the 17th the western portion of .Starke to Cyrus Hoover, who represented a sold his residence in Brooker to L. R. grocer has the lemons and any
leaving a
fine boy. ; Thursday, September 6th. The cause Zulu chief from South Africa, his get- Gainey and will dispose of his other drug store or toilet counter will sup-
nesday.MORGAN'S of her death was pellagra, from which up being so perfect that when looking holdings there and move to St. Peters. ply you with three ounces of orchard

? Just unloaded a car of fence wire.A. dread disease she had been confined to at him one had a creepy feeling and burg some time in the near future. white for a few cents. Squeeze the
D. Andrews Mercantile Co. her bed for over three months. thought'of the stories that had read of Mr. Collins is a good citizen and he juice of two fresh lemons into a Lot-
Mrs. Newman was born in Baker cannibals. Carr Colley received sec and his family will be missed from tIe, then put in the orchard white and

Smith Denmark, of Raiford, had Hon. N. A. Blitch, of Tallahassee, county 86 years ago, a daughter of ond prize, he being masked to repre- Brooker. shake well. This makes a quarter pint 1
business in Starke Wednesday. came down Wednesday to visit rela- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gainey. She was sent "Aunt Maude" who was "deef and of the very best lemon skin whitener }
tives here. made motherless one hour after her dum," but of a very happy and oblig- COUNTY AGENT ARRIVES. I and complexion beautifier known.
ing disposition.The Miss Margaret Burleigh, canning j Massage this fragrant, lotion
E. L. Prescott, of Earleton, was in birth. About eight years ago she was creamy
Starke Thursday.A. Nobby street hats in felt at Stern- married to Mr. Newman, after having nice sum of $11.50 was realized cluh agent for Bradford county, arriv- daily into the face, neck, arms and
berg's. been a.widow from a previous mar- from the evening's entertainment. ed Monday! to enter upon her duties. hands and just see how freckles, tan, 1

D. Andrews Mercantile Company riage. Of near relatives she leaves to Miss Burleigh is stopping at the homeof sallowness, redness and roughness 1
Mrs. F. D. Wainright on Walnut disappear and how smooth, soft and
has just received a car load of salt. Miss Marie Livingston left Monday mourn her departure her husband and Dr. A. H. Freeman, who was com- I'
street. She will at to clear the skin becomes.
begin once or- Yes! Its
four little John Marion M.: D.
"- for Gainesville, to enter the high sons, missioned a captain: in the medical
reserve ganize the county for good in ban Itss, and the beautiful results
a
Jr. and Curtiss. The interment year
Mr. Newsom Witt of school there. She took
Hampton en- was accompaniedby corps some weeks ago, has re- the club work.
canning will
tered'"the Bradford County High her.mother, Mrs. G. C. Livingston, place at Prevatt cemetery the day, fol- ceicedji orders to report for duty at I surprise you (9d)
School this week. and aunt, Miss Kate Livingston.Just lowing her death;Rev. W. G. Law of lelating. Camp Gordon, near Atlanta. He will I
leave at once to enter upon his duties. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Whitten and

Men's all wooi ulae serge pants at received a nice line of ladies The deceased was a woman noted He is to be attached to the base hospital their daughter, Miss Pearl, of Raiford, I HHARDWARE
Sternberg's.Mr. ready to wear goods. A.'D. Andrews for her many Christian virtues and at Camp Gordon and hue hppn JIII_ were here Thursday to bid farewell to
Mercantile Co.Lieutenant patience under affliction. Many friendsto signed to duty as a specialist- -in' the their sons, Herbert and Walter, who :
N.'l\Iurdaugh whom she had endeared herself, treatment of ear and throat diseases. were members of the squad of soldiers A. .
W. who is employed Archibald J. Thomas has mourn her untimely death and the leaving for Columbia, S. C. This '
.' at a big saw mill in Bartow, been transferred from Fort McPherson sympathy for her bereaved family is makes the third son Mr. and Mrs.
1, spent the week-end with his wife. to Montgomery, Ala., where he general. Whitten have in the service of the Na R

will assist in training some of the recently --. SUITS F FINE i115 tion. Dr. Whitten voluntered his services {.

COME IN AND drafted men. W. C. T. U. MEETING.Mrs. ? as a surgeon some time ago. -

.. Let me make you a new automobiletop F. A. Scott conducted an interesting -
t and cushions, or repair the old W. C. T. U. meeting, at the ANDREWS CLOTHING STORE Ask Your Grocer0 W t

Mrs. Geo. Carter, after a visit with ones. All kinds of automobile: uphol- Methodist church, on last Monday af- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
the family of Mr. S. A. Carter, left stery. M. Leviton. ternoon, the subject under discussion For I
Monday.for Lawtey, her home. being "Health and Temperance." CONVENTION AT SANFORD. A i
George C. White left Wednesday Mrs. Scott handled the subject in a
Nobby Skirts at Sternberg's. morning to enter Southern college, very instructive manner, using chartsto SANFORD, Sept. 20.Arrangementli CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES i
are being made for the R
where he will take a thorough business illustrate many of the points on enter-
Banker N. T. Ritch has a fine patchof course. which she touched. Mrs. J. C. Poppell tainment of over 500 men on October9th
10th, and 11th when the
rice on his land along Temple ave- read an interesting paper on "How Bible Class Federation, Wesley E I.i I.
meets in this
nue extension.Big Alcohol Affects the Young. Mrs. J. 1
E. Futch an inspiring solo entit- city. It is expected that every Metho-

line of shoes, groceries, etc., at SUITS F $I IA. led "Paeans sang of Victory." dist will church send its in the delegation Florida conference of one or DeWitt C. ,Jone ;
the Cash Department Store.A OFR$15 A considerable amount of businesswas
more men to this convention-. Best By Every Test
taken up and reports called for.
Arrangements have been made for Starke Florida ,.
letter from W. G. Stringfellowstates The local organization has done their ,
reduced rates on the railroads and it
that he is a member of 132 aerie "bit" during the past summer monthsby I, .
al squadron, Kellys Field, Texas. 0. Thrower showed us a pictureof sending 23 comfort kits and 101 is expected that many will take advantage -
of these rates the "Cel-
a battery of the Fourth Field Artil- bandages to the soldiers of our coun- to see r, i iI
All the latest styles in hats will be lery, stationed at a point in New York, try. The fact was mentioned that the ery City. Several prominent speakers i,I
shown at the millinery opening at of which his son, Clyde, is a member. National W. C. T. U. has purchased a wil Ibe present and an entertain
Knight's, Tuesday, Sept. 25th. Clyde stands in the front rank and large and well equipped hospital am- ing and instructive program has been General Insurance
arranged for the of the con
ren '
looks soldierly and contented. He is bulance to be used in France, and same guests -
W. H. Wainwright, formerly of not yet 18 years old. has been presented to the American tion. I II

Jacksonville, is now in Columbia, S. C., Red Cross. Several persons in Starke .
a member of Co. H, 324th infantry. Miss Effie Ritch and brother, Mas- sent contributions to this ambulance QUIET HOME WEDDING SUNDAY JOS. E. WILSON ;
ter Pohn- Ritch, of Neals, spent the fund. Workers in the W. C. T. U. all AFTERNOON.
week-end at'the home of Mr. N. T. over the United States are congratu- SUCCESSOR TO :
MAKEUS Ritch. After visiting here Miss Ritch lating themselves that on the 8th of Valdosta (Ga.) Times.
and her brother went to Valdosta.The September the American foodstuffs H. C. RICHARD
ceased to be made into distilled li- The home of Mr. 0. C. Gramling, on
friends here of Mr. Wil- Lee street, was the scene of a pretty
many quors. Starke Florida. .
William Struth, of Waldo, arrived I liam J. Thomas are glad to know that This meeting was well attended and marriage Sunday afternoon, the con- ti ,
Monday to visit relatives in and Q I
tracting parties being Miss Nellie May
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around Starke. he has recently passed his examinationin plans were made for important work 1 1.A 1.
the U,. S. Naval Hospital Corps, and during the coming winter season. Gramling and Mr. David Walton Pin-
has been promoted to First Class Hos- holster, of Dade City, Fla. The groom 1t
Rub-My-Tism-Antiseptic, Anodyne pital Apprentice. "Bill" expected to YES LIFT A CORN was accompanied here by his parents, OBOI IOE30I -zoo0'O=O ono
Kills pain, stops putrefaction. i who attended the marriage. Relativesof
back to Starke but
come on a furlough
I he has been transferred to PortsmouthN. OFF WITHOUT PAIN the bride and a few intimate friends
E. P. Duncan, bank examiner, of were also in attendance.The .
H. and the duties assigned him -
Tallahassee has been in Starke duringthe You invited
,
ring ceremony was performed cordially
there will prevent his visit home. Cincinnati Authority Tells How are
week.
by Dr. A. L. Johnston, of the Baptist

Last Sunday the Heilbronn Primitive To Dry Up a Corn or Callus church, and it was solemn and impressive. n

COOK select from.STOVES Starke, a large Hardware assortmentto Co. Baptist church held their big year So It Lifts Off With The bride looked beautiful in a 8 to attend the Millinery ;
blue coat suit. ,
those who attended o
I ly meeting. Among
Fingers.You .
The couple left over the Georgia
I this meeting from Starke were Mr.
A daughter was born last Friday and Mrs. C. A. Mixon, Mr. and Mrs. Southern and Florida road for Jack- Opening ,
morning to Mr. and Mrs. William C. ,
sonville other
W. G. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Al corn-pestered men and women and points in Florida.
need suffer no longer. Wear the shoesthat They will make their home in Dade
varez, Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, Judge and
PowellPROVE Mrs. George Gardiner, Miss Gladys nearly killed you before, says City, where the groom is editor of the TUESDAY SEPT. 25th

IT.Miss Gardiner, Mr. and Mrs. Zack Roberts, this Cincinnati authority, because a local paper and also holds an important ap .
Mr. L. D. Green and daughter, Miss few drops of freezone applied directly government position. q 0
Carrie Lee Green, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo on a tender, aching corn or callus, The bride is an unusually attractive o t'
Green, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Green, stops soreness at once and soon the young woman and has made many
Thelma Moore, of Jacksonville, Mr. N, T. Ritch, Vivirette Floyd, Miss corn or hardened callus loosens so i it friends since coming: here from Madison -
is visiting at the home of her grandfather Nannie Howell, Katie Belle and Allie can be lifted out, root and all, with Fla., where her family formerly

Mr. A. J. Underhill. Mae Green, Mr. J. M. Alvarez, Miss out pain.A resided.
i Ruby Bennett, of Theressa. small bottle of freezone cost very S Knight's 0
Voile, crepe de chine and georgette little at any drug store, but will posi Miss Jeannette Matthews left Wed- D
crepe waists in all the new patterns I Messrs. J. S. Howard, of Dukes, andS. tively take off every hard or soft corn I nesday afternoon for Tallahassee to D
at Steinberg's. M. Carver, of Lake Butler, prominent or callus. This should be tried, as it resume her studies at the Florida
i West Bradford citizens, were attending is inexpensive and it said not to irri State College for Women. Miss Mat- i MILLINERY
Kiar'Jani Spier and Mr. Raymond I to business in Starke Tuesday. tate the'surrounding skin. thews is a member of the senior class t
Spin, of Maxwell, entered the Brad- If your druggist hasn't any f reezone and will graduate next spring. She

fir!! Cpt>) i b.S drool. thj ff ely To Cure a Cold la ODe Day. tell him to get a small bottle for you was .accompanied to Jacksonville bye Starke, ? Florida .,
i Tike LAXATIVE BEOXO Quinine.stops Out from his wholesale drug house. It i her mother, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, who ; xenul, .
.Special sale-going on at..tbeC.ash Conch tad Headache and works off the Cold.Drove fine stuff and acts like a charm every is spending a few days with relativesin o : .1 .U
*ate if it fare to "
ftfund.InODf'J' care .
Aepatbuttti-Sfere. -=:' e- E. W. GB.O1iliD&turc on each box. 30c.: time. (63)) that-city. I.Ijjonoi0 oco.oco.. 'o=o. .oCio

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CORN. PROFIT COMES FROM BROOM HELP FOR SWEET POTATO STORAGE HERE'S THE ROUND UP PROGRAM YOUR WIFE CAN USE IT. I
R, EAT NEW I Ir CORN. TO BE HELD SEPT 25.28 What is LAX.FOS


[r_. Dry Delicious and Grind Flavor at Home of New and Know Corn.f .the Mr. T. S. Humphries, proprietor of S. C. Hood has-been assigned to Designed to Encourage More and Bet- one If of you your are horses away takes from the home colic and A Digestive LAX-FOS IS Liquid AN IMPROVED Laxative CASCAM Cathartic a

the Tallahassee Broom Works, reports Florida by the U. S. bureau of plant I ter Livestock on the Farms. wife your and Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara
can treat him if she has Farris'
f constant operation and a profitable industry to help in the construction of Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black
f Why eat last year's corn while har- condition on the part of his plant. In and operation of sweet potato storage The Livestock Round Up will beheld to Colic Remedy in the house. It is easy Root,May Apple Root,Senna Leaves and
the use. Just drop it the horse'tongue Pepsin. Combines
\! vesting this year's? Why lose ... fact he is always several months behind houses, also to aid in the constructionof at the University of Florida Sep and in thirty minutes on he is % table aromatic taste.strength Does not with gripeTsOc'tala
i very best there is in corn by not using I with his orders. He finds consid- banks for the same purpose.He tember 25-28th, and a program touch- lieved. Get it re-
You
sweet? today. need
; it when it is fresh, clean, and erable difficulty in operating on account is now ready to take up storage ing on all phases.of the industry has it tomorrow. Sold DeWitt may C. Jones .= -
States by ,
' These queries, by the United of the scarcity of broom corn. problems with any grower in the stateor been prepared. Most Florida farmers '
" department of agriculture, are directed Mr. Rudolph Harold at Miccosukec, any company that is seeking to establish recognize the need of more and better Starke, Fla. Sept.7-14-21-28. BUY GOOD STOCK !
jf at those who have always eaten old experimental of 25 storage for the sweet potato _
planted an crop livestock in the state, and if they are ;
i ri degermed corn, and have never known acres this year and it yielded well and crop. He may be addressed at the attempting to respond to the need the THE ,
1 t the delicious nutlike flavor of new corn profitably.-Tallahassee Democrat. University of Florida experiment sta- session of the Round Up will be of i FOR SALE

[l meal In some states, says a flavor corn tion, Gainesville. particular interest to them. The pro- CHAMPION STAPLE PULLERAND :
this I
,' expert of the department, .
-
i, is unknown or is merely a matter of SWEET POTATO ROOT WEEVIL. gram follows: head
I f' memory with the old settlers. NITRATE OF SODA. Tuesday, September 25Extensionand WIRE SPLICERFifty 1f\ Jersey i

,; For less than $5 a hand mill and emergency work, Dean P. H. Rolfs cents now buys a $1.00 Staple : Cows :
sieves capable of making excellent Now it is the sweet potato crop of When should put on nitrate of What attention and care for Florida Puller and Wire Splicer combined. i I

meal can be bought, and for less than Florida that is threatened with devas- soda to get the most benefit? cattle mean to the future beef and dai- THE WORLD'S BEST.A ; two yearold Reg. I I'I
$25 may be purchased a mill large tation by the invasion of a destructive Answer-The only time that we ad- ry supply of the state, Dr. E. M. Nigh- 1 istered
enough for a community. It, can be insect pest. The sweet potato root vise an application of nitrate of sodais bert; Co-operation between the state big demand, so rush your order today 'I Jersey j I.. '

installed to run by water, wind, gas- weevil has been found to occur in four when the trees or other crops show veterinarian and the farmers and live- stating how many wanted. Ad I Bull

oline or other local power. widely separated areas in the state they; are lacking a supply of ammonia. stock owners of the state, Dr. J. W. dressLUTHER I RegisteredJersey
Instead of merely eating more corn and in each locality where it has been This is shown generally by a yellow- De Milly; Clearing land, D. W. Pur- H. CRIBBSBox 3
as a necessary war measure, it is urg- established for three years or more it ing of the leaves. Well proportioned vis; My experience with the tractor in 146 i
ed that Americans should appreciateand has made the profitable culture of the formulas contain sufficient nitrate of Florida, G. F. Osler; The use of lime in STARKE FLORIDAthe i Cows

exercise the privilege of eating sweet potato impossible. In fact, in soda to serve the purpose except un- growing forage crops, Prof. S. E. Col-
better corn. Instead of degerming corn the infested localities the farmer findsit der special weather cqnditions. These lison; Forage crops for Florida, H. S. I BEN T. ARNOW

to prevent its spoilage, and instead of difficult to raise enough sweet potatoes conditions can be either too little mois- McLendon; Illustrated lecture, breedsof Quinine That Does Not Affect the Held

bleaching and scouring it to remove for the use of his family. ture to dissolve the slower ammoniated stock, C. L. Willoughby. TIVE Because BRO ol its dO tonic QUININE and laxative is better than effect.ordinary LARA .I Gainesville, Florida I ,

odors and impurities, it might betterbe This menace is being regarded with ; so much heavy rain as to wash Wednesday, September 26-Aber- Quinine and doe not cause nervousness nor i
eaten while it is still fresh, pure the gravest concern by the State Plant away the nitrates as fast as they are deen-Angus cattle, Col. A. M. Judy, look noting for in head. Remember the full name and I
the signature ofE. W. GROVE 30c. TRESPASS SIGNS
and sweet. To have this privilege the Board for perhaps no crop in Floridais formed, giving the plants little timeto Chicago; Duroc-Jersey hogs, Col. R. ,_ FOR SALE.

meal must; be ground locally from new of as great importance in supplyingfood utilize them; or such extremely cold J.[ Evans, Chicago; Poland-China hogs, .
corn. Yet practically all of the com- to our people. The poorer class weather that nitrification cannot take Z. C. Herlong; Needs of the hog industry m IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
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mercial meal of the Northern and of people, particularly, look to the place. It is essential to the welfareof : in Florida, W. B. Burgess; The =

Western states during the fall months sweet potato crop as their principalfood the crops that there be steady sup- hog's place on the Florida farm, C. K. == =
when this new corn is readily availablei supply. The adoption by the gov- ply of available ammonia. When extreme McQuarrie; The influence of the pig =

sthe product of old degermed com- ernment of the sweet potato as one of weather conditions interfere club on the livestock industry, S. W. i 4Ths War Will]] Be Won
mercial corn. In November some of the regular articles in the menu of with this it is advisable to apply ad- tliatt; Boys' pig clubs, G. L. Herring- | '- |

the crop is dry enough to leave the our troops also makes the preservationand ditional nitrate of soda because it is ton; The kind of hogs I raise and why,
I farms, and the meal from this corn increase of the sweet potato crop the most readily dissolved and, there- Chas. G. Fraser; Address, H. B. Min I on the Farm" | :

does not get back to the farmers until one of the most important steps in the fore, most quickly available source of ium, Armour Company, Jacksonville; -- >
.: December or later. national defense. ammonia that can be applied. Demonstration in stock judging; = Need for more food is world-wide. Crop S

'I.-. The pest is not new to the Southern --- ,,, A Shorthorn cattle, illustrated, T. G. == prices promise to remain high indefinitely. It S
I Chastain, Atlanta; Hog cholera, Dr. = is the duty of every Florida Grower to striveto S
i TO KEEP CHOLERA AWAY. states, having been known in the WHAT IS SCHOOLING WORTH?
, southern portion of Louisiana for the A. H. Logan. == literally make every acre produce its ut- S

I past twenty years. Experience in that Thursday, September 27-The workof _= most. Fertilizers should be used liberally and S

If f If there were no cholera in Florida, state and in Texas has shown that at If any young man in your neighbor- the State Livestock Sanitary Board, I == purchased now. You need the very best fer. S

the state would be a hog raiser's par- all infested points within sixty or sev- hood is looking for opportunity, point by a member; Address, Dr. W. F. == tilizers obtainable, for this is certainly not a S
adise. While conditions are favorable enty miles of the Gulf Coast the pest him to the school house. If he has finished Blackman; Farm management, G. C. == time for experimenting. 5
} for the production of a great many continues to destroy practically the the grades, show him the way to Hardy; The raising of feeder cattle in -

hogs, the profits are reduced by the entire sweet potato crop year after college. You will do him an inestimable Florida, W. F. Ward; Hogs or cotton, =

loss of hogs by cholera. Much can be year. No satisfactory measures of service, as shown by the U. S. de- E. W. Jenkins; Forage crops, C. V. rVeg'etable
done to keep cholera out of an unaf- controlling it have been found. Thereare partment of agriculture.A Piper, Washington, D. C.; Rotation of 14rmour

fected herd, says the University of also infested areas of greater or careful survey made among corn- crops for a vegetable and livestock
Florida extension division, and cites less extent in Mississippi, Alabamaand belt farmers indicated that each day farm, J. E. Cheatum; Economy in milk! 1

these recommendations by the U. S. Georgia and the pest is evidentlyvery of common school was worth about distribution, L. R. Lang; Feed and labor -

1 department of agriculture: abundant in Cuba. $1.15; each day of high school about cost of producing milk, John M. a nd.Citru '
{ "Locate your hog lots and pastures State Plant Commissioner Wilmon $17.09; each day of college about $12.- Scott; Livestock in South Florida, A.

away from streams and public highways Newell has been active for several 45; or, in other words, that the com- R. Neilson; Jersey cattle, A. E. Marsh;

I I and do not allow hogs to run months, investigating the extent of: mon school education had a capitalized Farm management as related to live- Fertilize.rsII

free range. t the infested areas in Florida, the valuation of about $1,850; that com- stock industry, J. E. Turlington. 1 i i
I "Do not visit your neighbor or allow means by which the weevil is spreadto mon school and high school togetherhad Friday, Sept. 28-State marketing =
,
him to visit you, if either of you new localities and in placing before a capitalized valuation of $15,500; bureau in relation to livestock, L. M.

' have hog cholera on your premises."Do the Plant Board plans for stopping its and common school, high school and Rhodes; Silo construction, H. G. Clay- .II !
II not drive into hog lots when further spread.It college together had a capitalized val- ton; Making silage and feeding it to.
I known standardized materials of
proved
livestock, 0. C. Benbow Experiencein '
returning from market or after driv- uation of $25,000.If ;
has been found for that
example, line designed .
feeding silage, K. McPherson; Ad- crop-making ability a complete ==
I' ing on public highways. shipments of sweet potato tubers and each day of schooling is worth
"Do not use hog lots for yarding vines, infested with the weevil, have from $1 to $20, it is up to the young dress, A. P. Spencer.All -=" to get biggest possible crops under =

i ,. wagons and farm implements. been coming into Florida from other man to make the most of his opportunities speakers will be ready to answer. average Floridacond-tions: Many are the well,
! "Do not place newly purchased stock states and sack after sack of infested says the University of Florida questions and stockmen and farmers. = known criminal Armour brands-of( which ==

1 I stock secured or loaned for breeding potatoes and vines have arrived at extension division. The new school are urged to lead the discussions. i, = tens of thousands of tons have actually been :: "

purposes, or stock exhibited at county Key West and Tampa on vessels from year is just before. us; the time to ---.-- used in Florida)--with no change except

, fairs with your herd. Keep such stock Cuba. Whenever these infested ship- start is now. DIPPING VATS. = slightly less potash. Particulars free from ==

quarantined at least two weeks and ments have been detected by the inspectors '. =- -= t
\ use care to prevent carrying infection of the Plant Board they have -

t from these to other pens in feeding either been sent back or destroyed, THE POTATO COMES BACK. Three New Vats Constructed During Armour Fertilizer Works ,1

and attending stock. but it is manifestly impossible for the Month of August. = Jacksonville Fla.
= ;
"Burn to ashes or cover with quick- .
Plant Board
-
inspectors to see -
every The huge potato which the --- -
lime and bury under four feet of earth of crop I = = ':
shipment plants and potatoes com- I -
all dead animals and the viscera removed Federal forecast indicates will be produced The interest in eradicating cattle 4
ing into Florida. In such infested
t r from animals at butcheringtime. ments lies the ship- i in the United States this year fever ticks from Bradford county has i
greatest danger of the : Get Yours Now
I means that this important food staple resulted in three private vats being
pest becoming established in new lo- will be
cheaper, and makes it
possible,
"Confine your dogs, which are liableto calities. After considering this sit- constructed during the month of Au- = -- -

carry hog cholera infection." uation in all its aspects the Plant says agriculture the United, for States American department families of gust, which was as large a number of =

LARGEST CORN+CROP KNOWN. Florida Board came farmers to the could conclusion not be protected that the that had to cut down on potato con- vats county as in were the state constructed during last in any month.Dr. one. 11I11I111I1111I11I" IIIIIIIIIIII 11I1111I1111I11I11I11111I11I11I1111I11I1111I 1 1lI
sumption because of high prices to restore -
against this pest unless the shipmentof H. A. Smith, supervising inspector .
the tuber to a prominent placeon
t of tick eradication work in this
The sweet potatoes and plants into the their bill of fare.
government September crop re- state territory, has listed the following vats a
port forecasts a corn production of 3- I was stopped. Accordingly, at The department forecast, based on in this .
248,000,000 bushels, which is 124,000- its meeting on Aug. 13, 1917 the Board reliable estimates from all parts of the State county Farm,:Raiford. 1'ustplantfue!

000,000 bushels more than produced adopted Rule 32, which prohibits the country, places the' total potato yieldat Wynn Brothers Hampton. Better
,
cJ
I in the record year 1912, and is the vines importation from of all sweet potato plants and more than 467,000,000 bushels as Humphreys and Yarborough, Starke Tape a row
largest known in the of states and countries. compared with 285,000,000 bushels in
crop history P. M. Lake Butler.
.
l the nation. While steady this influx quarantine of weevil-infested will shut mater-off the 1916 and 360,000,000 in 1915. Pota- Math Dukes Padgett, Dukes., i at TIme,-_ Results- :

-- toes of the curent season are already i I
I Brady Brown Dukes.C. .
,
ial
which has been
into
coming the
t MAKE YOUR OWN SUGAR. state, it will not work any hardshipon in since the the market early in harvested large quantities tubers'can and, B. Roberts, Graham. Less LaborWITH
Community vat on the Mansell farm,
Florida citizens, for the state always -
not be
kept should
easily, be eaten Starke.
Before the advent of granulated has produced more sweet pota-
more abundantly now if spoilage is to
sugar every farmer in Florida and toes than are neded for its own use be avoided. Angus Hall, Hampton. Q

Southwest Georgia grew sufficientcane and there is no occasion to import Next to the breadstuffs potatoes are Johns and Moore, Hampton. S.- 'f-'frP I
to produce his year's supply of sweet potatoes. Provision is made in the most food Those were in service on September1st = i t
important of the F
sugar. With this sugar his coffee and the new quarantine rule for the im- western nations, the crop department and Dr. Smith reported the following FOR BETTER GARDENS l
tea were sweetened, and his pies and portation of limited amounts of new contemplated vats:
points out.
They are all the more important Better
results
;,:- cake were flavored with the same ingredient or rare varieties under special per- Starke community vat. because only I
now that the world's wheat finest
With the advent mits issued by the Plant Commissioner C. M. Phillips, Starke.J. selected seeds from 't
of granu- supply is short, since they furnish :M.: Brownlee, A. S. Crosby and prize winning strains are used. b':' 3 J
lated these Gainesville Fla.
_
farmers
sugar cut down starch the They
principal food element contributed II. L. Stevens, Starke.S. are properly spaced 4:
their supply of cane, depending upon by bread, and so may be sub- T. t' thin tissue paper tape which -: l
the merchant in town to.supply them stituted in Dowling, Raiford. absorbs and holds moisture .C
., with their sugar. At first this new BIG POTATO KILN.A is no hardship part for.to bread.It Americans. J. D. Baxter, Brooker.R. :. giving:quicker and letter germination I'.
says J. Andrews, Dukes.Dr. and healthier _
process sugar was brown, then came the fi plant I
department, to eat freely of ''
the whitened grains of sweetness. Thefarmer sweet potato dry kiln and storage toes, rather, it has been hardship pota- Smith urges upon the cattle life. Less labor, because you
to
a plant whole
: owners the importance of dipping a row at a time,
return his house with
can to
cane field a capacity for fifteen them the 1
during past half year to their cattle at intervals of 14 and no thinning out is necessary -
days un-
with
no discomfort, his corn fields can thousand bushels has been erected at forego 1
somewhat the ,
of
this I on of
use account i
com- .
I be made to yield real breakfast foods, Campbellton to care for the crop of mon food. til cold weather so that they can go y \ spacing in the tape. proper More .
while his smokehouse filled with hams, this section. into the winter season in good physical economical!, because abso
1 bacon, sugar and syrup are means of condition. Every person who has seen lutely no waste of seeds.
AGRICULTURAL MEETING. the cattle which have been dipped ad-
frugal wealth that
any man ought to ODD COTTON. Pakro Seedtape is mad by
1 feel proud to own.ApalachicolaTimes. mits that tI ey are much improved in the American Seedtape Co.,
appearance over those on same 71 Westnr Dr. F. L. Brown, vice-president of range City. Get it dealers.
A brief news note in the Lake But- the Florida Agricultural Association, which have not been dipped. Price lOc atj-our per package A

COVER CROPS ARE ler Times recently about the wool cot will speak at the court house in Starkeat :Mrs.: Yarborough told Dr. Smith ; I
VALUABLE. ton that grows in that region has at- 7:30 o'clock, Saturday, September29th. that she helped dip their cattle the A. 31. DARBY. tt

tracted general interest and quite a Dr. Brown is acting as organizer first time and some-of them were so STARKE, FLA. 's. 1
No land should be permitted to number of persons have written to for the association and hopes to weak they could hardly be pushed out "\
stand throughout the fall and winter Lake Butler for information and for perfect a branch here. The main of the way, but now the stock is fat ) +
without some kind of cover crop. If seeds of this new variety of the fleecy pose of the association is to improve pur- and full of vitality, and the dippingvat TAYLOR'S DRUG STORE :

you have no other use for it, the cover staple. This cotton is grown by.John marketing for farm products. has been a fine investment. WORTHIXGTOX.BLACK ,:.
crop can be cut and converted into Mattox, who obtained the seed from J .
'" hay. If legumes are used, they will the immigration agent of a railroad + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Whenever You Need a General Tonic ------ I
gather nitrogen from the air and buildup I company. It is said to be an Egyptian + DUVAL HOTEL 4 Take Grove's. ,
the soilWinter I hybrid. The Lake Butler Times says + JACKSONVILLE 4 The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
'- cover crops protect soil from the bolls grow fully five inches long + Opposite postoffice, hot and cofd + chill Tonic is equally valuable as a MAMMOTH JACK 1

washing, keep it from blowing away, and about as large around as a tur- + water, elevator, telephones; rates 4 General Tonic because it contains the
prevent soluble plant food from key The lint veil known tonic properties of QUININEand
being egg. closely resemblesreal + rooms without bath, $1 : two +
:, lost by leaching, furnish winter and .wool. The Live Oak Citizen has + sons, same room, $1.50; with bath per- + out IRON.Malaria,It Enriches acts on the the Liver Blood, Drives and REGISTERED ,f

early spring grazing, and enrich the also discovered some of this cotton + $1.50; two persons same room, $2 + Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents. FOR SERVICE OR FOR SALE 1
soil by adding vegetable matter and growing in Suwannee county on the + W. S. JONES, Mgr. +

humus, says the University of Florida farm of Worth Dexter. Mr. Dexter + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + The Telegraph-the county paper- 5 Years old. Weight 800 pounds.
:. extension division. has only a few plants, but will save
I contains all live State and Nationalnews i
the seed and hopes to grow quite a Tell it to the Telegraph and tell everybody as well as doings of the farm T. H. RIMES LAKE BUTLER FU.
TRESPASS SIGNS FOR SALE. crop of it next seoson.-Times-Union. .'. .Advertise! and home folks. ;
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1f1IDAY
a SEPTEMBER 21, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN
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!i rIiIiCIinc1ng Dine eyes leffany-. W. T. WEEKS. ,
k. Charlie Brown exclaimed: "I'm goingto State of Florida to-wit: (Seal) et). .
chance of doubt as to his race. Ad- North half of Southwest quarter of Sec By R. A. WEEKS j
take that back to America, too." miration, as well as affection, shone In tion 6, Township 6, South Range 22 East on 8-24-61. Deputy Clerk.
And then the of or before the 1st day of October A. D. 1917. ""
returning subject
to the faces of his friends as they feasted in default whereof a decree pro confesso will I ::1
their conversation, who was manifestly their own eyes upon him, for the captain be entered against the said Jennie Maud Hoffman NOTICE OF LETTERS INTENTION TO APPLY FOR J;
ill at ease, Mr. Brown continued, and R. R. Hoffman her husband.It PATENT. f
was unquestionably a fine figure is further ordered that this notice be published NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
"Once you do touch Guy on the raw of a man, in his spruce uniform of the in the Bradford County Telegraph a will apply to the Honorable Sidney J. 1t.

of his patriotism he'd go through and Irish Guards. Ethel Willoughby was newspaper published at Starke in Bradford 8th Calls.day Governor of October of the A.State D, of 1917.Florida for on Mt..rapati'nt the r
County. Florida, once each week for five
consecutive ,
go through big. the last to greet him. But when the weeks.In incorporating WEAVER DRUG COM t

"I think Mr. Brown right," Street- rest had released him she held out het WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereuntoset the PANY original, under of the which following is propped charter I
I file
now on in the of-
man declared. "It was only two months band to him.; my hand and affixed the seal of our court i fice of the Secretary of State of Florida.
on this the 30th day of August A. D. 1917.
ago at the Ritz In Paris that I met a "Larry, I lm glad to see you," shj I W .T. WEEKS. TOMMIE R. H. WEAVER JOHNSON,

young English officer. We got to chat said from the bottom of her heart.I I (Seal) By C. A. KNIGHT Clerk. A. J. JOHNSON M. D. ')i

ting. He seemed very down in the He stopped short In his acknowl : A. V. LONG Deputy Clerk. Proposed The Charter of Weaver Drug Company
undersigned
hereby associate
c RIL YARDJyadm / month-some trouble over a girl; he'dbeen edgments of the others' greetings. And :1 Solicitor for Complainant. 831St. together for the purpose of forming themselves a corporation

QV TAE'-DRAM.4 jilted, or hadn't enough money to turning abruptly to Ethel, as If he had' under and by virtue of the Laws of the
NOTICE. State of
Florida with the
,JJ 1QQl t'0'DAJ 1 1GRU propose, or she'd married someone else eyes for her alone, he exclaimed: Notice is hereby given that the following de- charter: following proposed

tr'"llAv eoP+w, k'7'iE; lid 1GOIF2"A1D, BY THE P CAV4AL91MPANY-Lt7.47At; as'77J1T7. -usual sort of thing, so I paid no at- "Sure, not as much as I am to set scribed lands wil Ibe sold at public auctionon Article I. j
the First Monday in October 1917 it being The name of this corporation shall be,
tention
to the Incident
"
But one night
you! And he fairly beamed his de- the 1st day of said month before the WEAVER DRUG COMPANY and its business ".
SYNOPSIS. turned his back squarely upon Street walking along the Champs Elysees, a light at seeing her once more. courthouse door at Starke in Bradford county shall be transacted and conducted in the '
man and faced Sir George. "When I man ahead of me suddenly turned "When did State of Florida or so much thereof as State of Florida and other states of the United "
you get back, old man? will be necessary to pay the amount due for States of America wherever profitable
CHAPTER of Sir George I-Georgy of the Wairstaff.British daughter admiralty was drinking Munich beer, I was rather aside behind one of the trees. Silhouetted Guy asked, when they had Introduced taxes herein set opposite the same together.. or convenient the principal place necessary ft ;1
hints at a liaison between her gov- pro-German. But now that I'm against the moonlight I saw his i Larry and Charlie Brown. with the cost of such sale and advertising.R. business shall be in the Town of Raiford,

erneaa. Ethel Ethel Willoughby.denies It. and Henry switched to tea. I've sort of swung hand go to his pocket as if to draw a "Only this morning," Captain Red. S. Johns in -original Blk Pl. Town as extended of Starke on Sec.Ensey'amap 28 Bradford, county Florida.Article 2. ;i#1 I

Streetman. over to the allies." revolver Iran up to him, and seized mond answered, "but I thought I'd Tp. 6. Range 22 East-Taxes and costs, The general nature of the business or businesses j ;
CHAPTER ll-Henrjr Streetman calls A burst of the pistol. It was $41.07. to be transacted or conducted by said !;
laughter, punctuated my young .
Ethel and while waiting for her talksto come here directly to pay my AVU of blk 33 in Livingston Truby & Co's corporation shall be: To engage in the wholesale -
OB firewater. Sir George's butler who is a with cries of "Bravo greeted the an- English friend. I dare say the moon frespects to an old friend-and I meet sub division of NEl i of NE'. Sec. 28, and retail drug. business, to fill prescrip i! J
German spy about his failure to get at swer. had gone to his head. He was quite three old friends. Tp 6. Range 22 East, Taxes and costs lions and to engage in wholesale and retail 1
$17.55. Owner. R. M. Ellerson. mercantile and commission
admiralty papers in Sir George's posses- business and to ai
lion. He phunes to German secret servIce Turning to them all again, "Yon desperate-really started to struggle Georgy Wagstaff pouted at that She Blk 36 in Livingston Truby & Co's sub division carry on any trade or business incidental there- '
headquarters. see," he explained, "I like the Englishas with me at first. We stood there for 'a extremely fond of the dashing officer of NE 4 of NE}4' Sec. 28. Twp. 6, to or connected therewith, to buy sell exchange t i
Range 22 East Taxes and costs $H.55. for itself or as agents for others all
CHAPTER III-When Ethel appears Individuals, and I like a lot of an hour talking. I'd taken quite a Owner R. M. Ellerson. kinds of real or personal property to borrow
ii. tries to force her to get from Sir their general ways, too. I admire the fancy to him. It seemed such a wasteof and she. dearly loved to banter N}; of SWU of SWtJ less 3 A in Sec. 8. Tp. money for the use of the company and to issue 1 M
George knowledge of the sailing ordersto good material for him to kill him- with him. 7. Range 20 East, 17 acres. Taxes and notes or other security therefor and to .
the British fleet Though she believes easy-going fashion in which they do costs, $10.21. Owner Unknown. deal in mortgages notes stocks, bonds or I '
him French Instead of a German spy. business. I commend the fact that self; but fie was quite firm. Finally, "I'm not so terribly old, she objected B. M. DOWUNG. I other negotiable paper in connection with the j'j'I'I

bees she refuses him to until announce he threatens their secret her. marriage She- they won't talk shop over a luncheon.I I appealed to him as an English officerIn -"or do you think I've aged much Tax Collector. business of the corporation.Article 3. ,

as Georgy is suspicious, but he puts like their afternoon tea." He smiled his majesty's service: Some day his "In a year, sure, you've grown The capital stock of this corporation shall
beT off. at Miss Willoughby as he said that country might need him-I told hIm- younger. You're only a slip of a girl .. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED be Five Thousand ($5000.00) Dollars to be
UNDER
SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888, divided into
CHAPTER IV-At tea Georgy and hat :| "I like the fact that knights and ladies, and he wouldn't be there, because he now; and ycu were getting to be quitea LAWS OF FLORIDA. value of Fifty one Dollar hundred each shares payment of the for said par I

lover Guy Falconer, tease Sir George, clerks and shopgirls take their half- was a coward-a traitor. That young wo ian when I left," he told Notice is hereby given that A. Z. Adkins. capital stock may be received in cash or in .
and Streetman makes an awkward attempt purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 173. dated the real
property or personal at a fair and just .
to talk politics. hour off for it. I like the way they hit him. I pressed the point. And her."It's 5th day of July. A. D. 1915 has filed said certificate valuation therefor to be fixed by the Board of
respect their own laws-when they decide eventually he gave me his word." a whole year since you went. in my offce, and has made applicationfor Dir-ctors of this Corporation.
I
CHAPTER V Charlie Brown newspa tax deed to issue in accordance with law.
per man of New York entertains the tea 'I i. to make one they 'decide at the They had all listened eagerly to away," Ethel Willoughby half whispered Said certificate embraces the following de- The term for which Article said 4. corporation ihall '+i
:
party with his views on the threatened same time to keep It. But, collectively, tre tman'8 vivid recital to Redmond as he came nearer scribed property situated in Bradford county exist shall be Ninety-line Years. ;
war In Europe. Florida to-wit
the English irritate me, because "Did he keep his word?" Ethel asked."I : Article S: Itt
,they'reso her."And L Southwest quarter of Northeast quarter and The business of this corporation shall be eon-
f CHAPTER VI. blamed sure they're a little bit su don't know! I've never seen himalone It seems a hundred!!' he de-I Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter and ducted by the following officers: A President. '

10 perior to all the rest of the world. ; but he's the sort of man who cia red. Charlie Brown, catching his ,, Northeast quarter of Southwest quarter and Vice President. Secretary and Treasurer and
Northwest quarter of Southeast quarter Sec. board of three
a directors
the
office
j One of England's Sons. That's annoying, personally, but I can would. I merely mention the incidentto reply to her, knew of a certainty that I I 22. Tp. 7. S. R. 20 E.. 160 acres. The said and Treasurer may be held by one of Secretary and- ,-

Charlie Brown lighted his cigarette and I do admire it as a :great; racial show that when nothing else counted be was Irish. But underneath the captain's land being assessed at the date of the issuanceof the same person said board of directors may
such certificate in the name of R. L. Shaw. i be changed from time to time .
by amend-
In silence, while he digested Street. quality that's made 'em win out a his country did. And most men fulsome remarks there often laya Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according ,j i meet of the by-laws, but shall at no an time be .
man's amazing statement. thousand times. If England goes to are like that," Streetman added, as he sincerity that was more deeply root- to law tax deed will issue thereon on I I less than three or more than seven. The directors ,
"You do talk like Falconer the back. ed than a casual bystander might the 8th day of October A. D. 1917. I shall be elected by the stockholders at
a German, he war, it'll take the English about a patted Guy on sup. Witness my official signature and seal this each annual meeting and all other officers of .
told Streetman after he Lad: blown out I year before they realize they have a Somehow, Guy resented the familiar pose.Mr. the 30th day of August, A. D. 1917. I this corporation shall be elected annually by ,
t cloud of smoke. ity. But he merely moved So Brown felt that he must really w. T. WEEKS the board of directors aa soon as may be after ,
war-they really are slow, you know away. (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court the annual meeting of the stockholders.
"That is a matter of opinion the but once they wake up to it they'll far as be knew, Streetman was a decent tear himself away from that interest- 8-31-61. Bradford County Fla. The annual meeting of the stockholders shall .

other replied stiffly. raise the deuce, and I think they'll enough chap. But he did not rel- ing party. DhD be on the first Monday of January of each I
year or at a time to be fixed by the by-laws.
"Yes, I think he talks like a Ger- win." ish being patronized by him. "Good-by, Miss Willoughby! he NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Until the officers elected at the first annual

man, too," Georgy Wagstaff chimedIn. Sage noddlngs of various heads and All at once Sir George Wagstaff: noticed said. "Good-by, captain! I hate to Under LAWS Section OF 8. FLORIDA.of Chapter 4888 meeting shall be elected and qualified the business -

"But as we know he isn't one : the exchange of approving glances on for the first time that the afternoon bust up a reunion like this, but I've I Hereby notice is given that G. W. Alderman by the of following this corporation officers: shall be conducted

does It really matter? Go on, I the part of the members of the little light was fast fading. Looking I got to get"back and write a piece for purchaser of 92 tax and sale 109 certificates issued by the numbered Trx Collator respectively R. H. Weaver PresidentTommie .

gentleman! Argue!" Sir George's party-or of all but Henry Streetmanset at his watch, he rose hastily. the paper. for Bradford County.: Florida each of A. J. ,Johnson Johnson., secretary Vice President and Treasurer.
daughter was having the time of her i a seal of appreciation upon "By Jove!" he said, "I'd no idea It Still Mrs. Falconer would not Jet herson's ..;d certificates being dated July 5th. A. D. And the said R. H. Weaver Tommie John-
1S15. hay filed said certificates in o"Tic andh
young life."Here's Charlie Brown's Tfews. was so late. I shall have to be getting friend escape quite yet ''s trade application !or tax teed my t> issue in son and A. J. Johnson Article Directors...

one thing I'd like to know," "Please God, you're right!" Sir back to the admiralty." lr. Brown," she said, "for some nnoidarce with law. The slid certificate The highest amount of indebtedness lia- ,

i Guy put In-"where on earth Is all George Wagstaff cried fervently, with "I must be leaving, too," Streetman reason I like you. I fancy it's because respectively Bradford county embraces, Florida the, assessed following at lands the date in bility time subject to which itself this shall corporation be the can of at any I
Fifteen
; the blooming money to come from?" a show of emotion that was, for him, announced."So you amuse me. Why don't you dine of the issuance of such certificates in the Thousand $15,000.00) Dollar sum

"My dear boy, there's nothing BO most unusual. must I," said Charlie Brown. with us? Perhaps if I ask Captain forth.names to-wit respectively hereinafter particularly set The name and residence of the subscribing

elastic as national credit" his friend "Please God, he Is!" Mrs. Falconer "Good-by Miss Wllloughby!" Redmond, Ethel will come." Certificate:No. 92 embraces 2 A in Northwest incorporate for are together as follows with: the amount subscribed 1

frOm the States replied with a calm agreed."I : "Oh don't you hurry off, too!" Ethel "Let's dine early," Guy said. "Don't Quarter of Southwest Quarter E of Main st R. H .Weaver Raiford Florida. Sixty-six
. I I and N. of B. M. Leverett & Co. W of Ry, or shares. t
assurance that came partly from the do hope so!, The Germans are so protested. "Stay and have one more bother to dress. We'll go to the Savoy bk! M, Sec. 28, Tp. 6. S. R. 19 E., 2 acres, I Tommie Johnson, Raiford Florida Twenty-
speaker's having, at one time In his aggressive!" Ethel WIHoughby ob- cup of tea!" In some inexplicable way grill and meanwhile I'll get tickets for assessed S. R. Estep & Co. eight shares. f {
the Palace. There's clever Certificate No. 109 embraces Lots 1 and 2 A. J. Johnson Raiford Florida Six share. .
career, conducted the financial page served. she felt drawn toward the outspoken an awfully of blk 37 in Worthington. assessed Unknown. R. H. WEAVER. I
for his newspaper. "Why, down In that "And so rude!" Georgy added. She American. And she could not avoid American girl there now." I Unless said certificates shall be redeemed TOMMIE JOHNSON >

two-by-four affair In Mexico, one of could not forget-much less forgive- the impression that they were destinedto "We'll pick you up here, Ethel," his according the 17th to day law of tax September deed will A.issue D. 1917.thereonon A. J. JOHNSON. ;
STATE OF FLORIDA,
their week-end presidents ran out of having been shouldered off a sidewalkin know each other better."I mother added-"say in half an hour. Witness my official signature and seal this COUNTY OF BRADFORD.

money; so he Issued an order for fifty Berlin by the.kaiser's haughty offi- can't resist you," he said, yieldingat We might be able to motor to Richmond 9th day of August A. D. 1917. Before me, a Notary Public, in and for said ,
thousand dollars once to her cordial And he for dinner and still see the W. T. WEEKS, county and state personally appeared R. H.
stuck cers. urging.
a gun in the ((SEAL) Clerk. Weaver Tommie Johnson and A. J. John- i
other gentleman's chest, and said, "Ah! But I fancy that pride in one's accepted another cup of tea. ihow." By R. A. WEEKS. son to me well known to be the persons described -
Sir "Will ;you pick me up here, too?" 8-10-6t. Deputy Clerk. in and who subscribed their names to
That is worth fifty thousand dollars'- country Is a universal trait in George and Streetman were already the
foregoing proposed charter and
they severally
and it was." nation," her more moderate father slid. at the door when Charlie Brown Captain Redmond asked. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTKS f FINAL acknowledged before me that they exe-

Mrs.'Falconer felt that it was hard- "Exactly! And as Mr. Brown has called after the older man: "In half an hour!" she agreed.In SETTLEMENT. cmuted the same for the purposes therein ex .:

pointed out have tendency "If there's any news of fleet for the doorway Georgy Wagstaffcast NOTICE is hereby given that on October S, pressed.
ly proper that the men should monopolize we English a your IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto
1417, I will present to the Ceunty Judge of !
all the conversation."I to be somewhat superior also. A She publication. Sir George, you'll let me a roguish glance back at her Bradford County Florida, my final account i set my hand and affixed my seal this the llth .
know?" pretty governess."Beware and vouchers of the estate of Calvin Mort. deceased day of September A. D. 1917.
Streetman

can't believe there will really be spoke, rose. He was becoming W. H. ANDREWS, JR..
a war-a great war" she announced. restless under the galling of "Surely, surely!" came the good-na of the military' Ethel especially and for, and my final apply discharge for the as approval such administra of same I (SEAL) Notary Public._

Think what It would mean-absolute that one-sided discussion of the meritsof turgid answer. And with that Sir when he's Irish she warned tor.Dated My commission expires me oin day of March,

barbarism! And this Is the nations. George left them, accompanied by Ethel.- this the 30th day of March. A. D. A. D. 1919. .
the twentieth f COD!.!! IPd Next Week.) 1917. A. V. LONG and E. M. JOHNS.Attornt'ys. .
century." "Well, I hope there Isn't any war!" Streetman, to whom he offered a lift A. Z. ADKINS 9.14tfl
\ Falconer said in his car. Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott deceased
Guy fervently. "If thereis
"It would put us bacft a hundreds Starke, Fla. S-30-6mo. ,
years," Sir George declared you can bet your boots I'm not + + + + + 'I'LEGAL+ + + + + + + + + + 1 '-
wearily. Tell it to the Telegraph and tell
Ie He both realized and dreaded the hor- going near it." CHAPTER VII. + NOTICES NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX you
everybody. AdvertisajCOFFlNS
UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4688
rors that he knew must Inevitably at- "Guy!" Sir George turned upon him + + + + + + + 000 + + + + + + + LAWS OF FLORIDA.

tend such a titanic struggle as seemedimminent with incredulity writ large upon his Redmond of the Irish Guards. BILL FOR PARTITION1. Hereby notice is given that Louis H. Hill .
fine face: Charlie Brown had thanked his friendof In Circuit Court Bradford County, Florida purchaser of tax sale certificate Cambered r. .
In[ Chancery.J. respectively 64 and 65 issued by the Tax Collector I
"It's too horrible to think of," Ethel I I "Oh, I mean it. Sir George," Guy the British admiralty. And now b J. Repi-nstein Company< for Bradford County, Florida each of ; CASKETS ]

Wllloughby exclaimed with something insisted shamelessly. "If it comes to said to those who still lingered there in A Corporation. said certificates being dated the 3rd day of And a full line ofUndertakers'
Complainant. August A. D. 1914 has filed said certificates
approaching a shudder. "It doesn't I I war, this will be a war of millions. Miss Willoughby's sitting[ room- \"s in my office and has made application for
seem real that we're sitting here quite If there are a thousand men killed in "You know, I think there is going to B. W. Hodges et al. Bill for Partition. tax' deed to issue in accordance with law. Supplies

calmly talking over even the possibility I 1, a battle or only nine hundred and be news-and mighty soon. You listento The State of Notice'Iorida-to to Appear.Jennie Maude Hoffman the!'he following said certificates lands in Bradford respectively Couniv embrace, r"'or: Automobile Hearse.

of such a thing." 'I j I ninety-nine what difference does It me." and R. R. Hoffman Greeting: ida .assessed et the date of the issutn-e ot curl Always on hand. The best ser-
It been shown by affidavit that the cert fcnte' ir the names respecti'i'y hereinafter
having >
"And this won't be like make except to the thousandth man? "We have been listening with great
a war other..
I r defendants Jennie Maud Hoffman and R. R. particularly set forth to-wit: vice at the lowest prices. Special
wars," the American pointed out. i'!: None! But It I happened to pleasure" Mrs. Falconer informed him. Hoffman her husband, are non-residents of Certificate No. 64 embraces lot 4 in Ott't orders.
There'll be no personal heroes-no ''I be he, It'd represent a deuce of a lotI "Bdt now we must go." the state of Florida and that the residence o sub division of East Lawtey assessed Wm. i attention to telegraph
said defendants is at Akron Ohio, and that Williams
charges up San Juan hill-no bands I I I to me, and, with my luck, I'd be the lIe sprang to his feet said defendants are over the age of twenty Certificate No. 65 embraces lot 7 in Ott's I Registered Embalmer

playing or flags flying. It's going to '>; first man shpt anyhow. No, "That is a bit of a hint" he ex one years. sub-division of East Lawtey assessed DavidM.

be a cold, deadly thing of matbemat- I' sir! Military service is not compulsory claimed, albeit with entire good humor. It is and therefore the said ordered Defendant considered Jennie and Maud adjudged according. Sniit'i. to law tax deed will issue thereon DeWITT C. JONES

lea and mobilizations, of big guns and j i: in England, thank heaven! And "But don't forget I told you loved to Hoffman and R. R. Hoffman, her husband do Unless raid eertifiCHtes shall b! redeemedon I
submarines 11f I there is I'm to sit talk!" appear to the Complainant's Bill of Complaintto the 1st day of October A. D. 1917. Starke Fla.
of aeroplanes and ammunition a war, going partition the following described land I lying Witness my official signature and seal this 1G
of millions of little mites called I home at my club and discuss very "You'll come again?" Ethel asked and being in the County of Bradford and the 21st day of August A. D. 1917. I
!
men. who will be only little, unimportant harshly the mistakes of the war office." him."Often

cogs In the big machine. It's I I I Guy's mother regarded Mm with no I hope!" be said heartily, as -

going to be brutal, cruel, barbarous less amazement than did Sir George. he took the hand she held out to him. t

murder, conducted on the most modern "My son-you're not serious?" she "Good-by, Charlie!" Guy Falconer

scientific basis." exclaimed, scarcely believing what she said with a wink that the others did

"And afterwards what'll we do for heard. not catch. "If I don't see you before I THE BETTER VALUES STORE

men?,' Georgy Wagstaff Inquirthoughtfully I I..I "Of course he is!" said Georgy. "I sail drop me a postaL My address

as If the dearth of males 'never saw a man who thought as will be (In care of the General Post Office 1

that threatened the world were a ca I much of his own precious hidesomuch Havana, Cuba." Q '

lamity almost too great to face. "Not more than anyone else thinks of Charlie Brown smiled at him indul '

that I really care so much about that it!" gently. He knew Just how serious Guy OTHERS GIVE GOOD VALUES.

personally," she added, with an insinuating "If you're quite in earnest Guy, I was In regard to shirking bls duty. But

glance at Guy Falconer, who am positively ashamed of you," Sir :Mrs. Falconer was still troubled by WE GIVE BETTER ONES. : :

tlways dogged her footsteps, "for men George Wagstaff told him. As a man her son's apparent disaffection.

bore me." who was high in the councils of his "Please, Guy!" she pleaded. She We have made a study of! buying to the end of giving our customers the greatest f i

Sir did Indeed hear could not bear to hear her child
Thanks country, George own a r
had a fault (Guy a possibility remarked.he If was Georgy seldom the young man's declaration with i brand himself as unpatriotic, if not ass possible value for their money. Every pleased customer is a walking advertise .

willing to admit even to himself! : something bordering upon alarm, a i actual coward. ment, and we have many such. Your dollar contains one )hundred cents of '\
he felt that well as mere disapproval. If other "I never knew till now that you
it consisted of a caustic
tongue. And occasionally the thoughtof English youths should take the same were a Spartan mother," Guy told her. purchasing power when passed over our counter.

living attitude as Guy's, he foresaw endlesstrouble "Besides, I didn't think you'd want to

the breakfast with table her, facing for instance her across, put' for the recruiting stations. see your own little boy all shot to WE STRETCH YOUR DOLLAR TO THE LIMITWe I

I tague fear into him. Up to the present I "If I were shot," Guy retorted, "I pieces."

time, however. had always succeeded suppose the fact that I could say, They were on the point of leaving have one commodity that we GIVE AWAY--courtesy. You are always r

In .I Sow, Sir George is not ashamed of when Sir George's butler brought the
ridding himself of such mis welcome at our store and can be sure of a pleasant reception. See our values
givings. me,' would ease the pain a bit? news to Miss Willoughby that Captain

"And who do you think Is going twin Xo, thank you! .1 tell! you, if worse Redmond was calling.: and,sample the quality of our service before making your purchases.

Mr. comes to worst, I shall sail for Cuba." "Captain Redmond! she repeated,
Brown? Sir
George put the
question abruptly. He, as well as At that his mother approached him ns if the news were almost too strange! SOME SPECIAL VALUES FOR OUR CUSTOMERS

Btreetman much as she must have when as a for belief. "Ask him to come up,
perceived that their som e
hat 11 I small boy he had been guilty of Hang h Brewster." of salt 90c. lOc.
bizarre guest from the other side 100-qound sack Sugar, per pound, ;
of the Atlantic had 'tiness. She thought it high time to I j j I At the name, Guy Falconer turned *
gathered unto himself
a surprising fund of information- assert her authority. I I to Ethel joyfully. Best grade Selt-Rising Flour, per barrel, $13. : ;

during his short stay in their midst "Guy," she said, "I forbid you to : "Larry back after a whole year?" Other Goods in Proportion to these prices.GA1NEY it

. Before talk like that""Oh I he cried. "Isn't that ripping!"
Charlie Brown could reply,
the now, mother-" he remo n-- "Oh, we must wait to see Larry .wIPJ- C
fpy Streetman threw hlmseff Into
the strated. his mother said.

"I'm conversational gap. "I think he's spoofing" Charlie' "Oh indeed we must! added
sure from what Mr. Brown hasaid s BROTHERS
Brown told them, as quick to adept anew Georgy.
he agrees with me that the Germans '
word as he was to detect signs of In another moment Captain Red- .
have i
the best chance, he interposed. $
>>> shamming on Guy's part "If war mond stood before them. There was

Mr.' comes, I bet he'll go to the front He's certainly no question as to his greet- BROOKER FLA.We
Brown himself 3
smiled at
the merely like the rest of you English half Ing. Guy Falconer all but fell upon .
Interruption. He have
may ashamed to say what he really feels." his neck.

be thought would Streetman probably have a cad-a termed lobster him., The. embarrassed Guy faced him "Hello, good people! the newcomer solicit your patronage believing we can please you. .

But whatever sheepishly. said with an all-embracing smile. He
his feelings might have
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRID.\1'i:
PAGE EIGHT
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RAIFORD. ters pertaining to a carload of muleshe 1 .a "-- .-
| } ng.th ..r"wereprepared .
-
has just bought.Mr. --1 by the W "

/j.:;# .;., ,-- ----- Mrs. R. B. Roberts, of Worthington, 1 M. W. Mann recently purchasedfrom de and W. O. W. The Circle
-', the International Harvester Co., Mr. Lee Byrd, ,after spending sev- j its third fa "
with her ing of existenL
together son and daughter, year -
large motor truck for the eral days with his homefolks here, has
;
'
Ruth and Wesley, spent the day with a purposeof :' ]has steadily grown in ,
News Items hauling ties. Seems to be a suc- returned to FeriWi ma, traveling in j the business have
County ; her sister, Mrs. W. I. Roberts, Wednesday his Ford. meetings
new bee.a
I Sept. 3rd. J 'cess. We are always prepared to hail I regularly, due to the
in line. Miss Lucile Brown with her sister untirinr et'qof
]progress any the officers.
Mr. R. H. Weaker; our genial drug-
0; Miss Perla Whitten returned home Mrs. W. H. Thomas of this
gist, together with'Mr. G. C. Sapp, place, re-I The W. 0. W.
will
; Inttrutlntf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Tuesday from an extended trip over turned to her home in Atlanta ) hold Ita ..J
in Starke business.
spent Sspt. 12 on monthly) meeting next
mi Regular Correspondents. I I South Georgia and Alabama. day: They were accompanied as far Every member is Sat'urd y ..
i as Jacksonville by D... W. H. Thomas. j requested to
ent. _
SEEJ.A.BROOKSTuesday I Soldier Boys Entertained. | Mrs. !
I A. C. Crews visiting relatives T. E. Waldrup, of Q
fy The farewell party in honor of the in Williston this week. I ] the Federajp

LAWTEY. 1 :the Methodist parsonage. Rev. Ad- night, September 11th, wit- boys drafted into the National Armywas Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts were day Loan last Bank week, was in our COrtllnursJ:1f1a

,? kinson is the pastor of Grace M. E. nessed the marriage of Miss Nancy [ an event to be long rememberedby pleasant week-end visitors with the I of the bank. working in the hrt--1t!
I church.Mr. Rosier and Mr. Joe Sparkman, the those in attendance at the home of former's parents, Mr. and )Mrs C. B.
4 Mrs. Nancy Britt, of Starke, is visiting H. C. Peace was visiting relatives ceremony being performed by Hon. J. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Byrd Tuesday evening Roberts.Mr. ,. Rev. H. S. Miller, our J.

T relatives in Lawtey this week., J in Micanopy the first part of the A. Brooks, at the home of Mr. Rosier. Sept. 18th. James Reynolds, of this place, prince, attended church at W
-
t Mr. J. J. McLeod came over from : ,week. Mr. Sparkman is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Among those present included the spent a part of last week in Jacksonville ton Springs last Sunday. -:

: i Jacksonville Saturday and will spend i, Messrs. J. T. Reddish and John T. W. A. Sparkman and the former Mrs. following, Misses Helen Nauright, Lo- where he undenvent an opera- ..:

r i : a few days at his home here before re- .Roberts were visitors to Jacksonville Rosier is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ca Cason, Nannie Andrews, Annie Vivian tion.Mrs. RISING.
e I turning to his employment. I Monday.Mr. George Rosier. Their many friends Graham, Perla Whitten, Sadie N. Wynn, of this place, is i
a I i Mrs. J. H. Moore returned home j Jesse Reddish was a visitor to hope that their pleasures will increase Simmons, and Dora'Johnson; Messrs. spending the week with her parents,
E- I I last Thursday from Pulaski, Tenn., ; Starke Wednesday.Mrs. and their troubles decrease during the Walter Whitten, Earl Whitten, Ches- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney, Sr., Professor J. E. J. Wainwrigk

I : ; where she went to attend the burial j R. M. Prevatt was called to trip through life. | ley Smith, Avid Brooks, Fred Sapp, near Sampson City. Mrs Wynn has music teacher, will close his ifl t
ceremony of her mother, Mrs. Adaline Raiford Tuesday on account of the serious : Mr. DeWitt C. Jones, of Starke, was Lacy Cason, Brady Rosier, Eustis three: brothers at home who will leave the Rising church next Saturdeypd
Goodfellow. I i illness of her daughter, Mrs. Silas in Raiford on business last Thursday. Crews and Allie F. Peel. for the training camp this week. day and Saturday being, the tiro Ia4

('' Mrs. G. W. Brown was a visitor to : Futcl;:. Mr. John Browning, a prominent I The refreshments consisted of delicious Rev. W. T. McGuire filled his regu- days of this sing we hope to ha1t

Gainesville last Friday. She accompanied farmer of the Lawtey district, was a ice cream and cake. lar appointment here Saturday and large attendance each day.

her son, Clifton, who will attend Selected Men Entertained. I I business visitor in Raiford Friday. I Among the Raiford boys called in Sunday, preaching to large and appreciative Mrs. M. J Fouts was a visitor
't :V'V the Florida University during the Last Monday evening the Woman's the draft this week are Earl and Wal- audiences.The Starke one day this week.

r d. fall and winter term. Club of Lawtey was the scene of avery I ter Whitten, sons of Mr. and Mrs. W. convention of Christian churches Next Saturday and
Prof. and Mrs. R. H. Terry, of Orlando pretty event, when the young ladies BEFORE RETIRINGMr. M. Whitten, Ernest and Joel Griffis, of Bradford county will convene at regular preaching days Sunday here. it ?

f visited friends in Lawtey the and the junior civic league girls sons of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Griffis and this place on the fifth Sunday and Sat- next week the union meeting comS i

first part of the week. Prof. Terry entertained the soldier boys at a delightful J. E. J. Wainwright, of Water- Lem Rhoden. We all had much rather urday before. An enjoyable time is here and everybody is invited to

,_ was principal of the Lawtey. Junior \ dinner party. oak section, was transacting business the boys did not have to go, but trust anticipated and the public is cordially Mr. J. S. Jackson ecet:
was
< High School last term. Covers were laid for thirty-four in here Friday.Mr. they will come home from the bat- invited to attend. last hanRnAcorn
Tuesday when his ?
t Edward, Laurie and Miss Mabel left the tea room, which was tastefully Ury Gunter, formerly of Law- tlefields of Europe covered with glory.Dr. ged its foot, the stick ranl 1 = the first of the week to resume their decorated with ferns and cut flowers. Benjamin Leland Whitten, son going In
of
Vanderbilt
3 tey, but more lately MILLER.We top of the hoof and
studies at the Florida University at Immedintely after dinner the boys paid Raiford a business call Friday.Dr. of )Ir. and Mrs. W. M. Whitten, has account of him not ranging doWll.CIa(

1 : Gainesville.Mr. were invited into the library where, i A. J. Johnson made a profes- already been called into the service of to get the stick out understanding, he took
:., M. L. Loadholtz visited relatives j in a very charming manner, Miss Eva sional trip to Jacksonville Friday. the United States reserve medicaV ser- have had a touch of autumn over to the home of A. L the IIQ

in Jacksonville Sunday and Monday. ]Futch, vice-president of the junior civ-: Mrs. Epps, of Jacksonville, spent a vice and is at present in the reserve weather which will make spare ribs him to do the work. JaelaajKgei
Mr.
Messrs. E. E. Burney and Henry ic league, presented them with comfort pleasant day Friday with her father, army of the United States. We can and sausages come in season. was trying to hold Jack
';- Bennett were transacting business in j kits which the girls had so generously Mr. T. B. Handley. sympathize but not comfort Mr; and W. L. and Eugene Douglass and with pliers when get the mule of the t u

, t, Jacksonville Monday.i outfitted.Mr. Sheriff W. J. Epperson paid us a Mrs. Whitten except that we can say families spent Sunday at Worthington him, catching his right pawed It
Mrs. J. B. and little J. Pearce in behalf of the hand under&
I Mr. and Dye Arthur call Friday.Dr. that few people can so cheerfully give I Springs.J. foot, bearing the
i : t i B. Jr., were guests the first part of soldiers, assured the girls of their J. E. Mains, of Lake Butler, three sons to the cause held so high W. Bielling, of Providence, at- part of the body on waight the hand of a W

i the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ]heartfelt thanks and appreciation for made a trip professionally to Raiford by all true Americans. tended church here Sunday. the mule was made to Wiq
I A. M. Blanchard the kindness and thoughtfulness which Friday. Percy MsLeod, of Little Springs, found that the skin move ft tat
k V Mr. M. D. Carter and family, of WaIt I ]prompted the giving. Scarcely had he was in our midst Sunday. had been fen
t tp: t :, teroak, were visitors to Lawtey Sun finished when all the girls with one accord GUILFORD.Mr. J. L. Brown was in Lake Butler on I I I from the hand and he was tales tf

{'.. .. day. \ gave them three loud, long cheers HE HAS THE BESTRev. business Monday. I I I once treatment.to Dr. On Tomlinson in Starke, (,.

11 l, )lr. and Mrs. W. H. Miner and children one for a good-b'ye, one to beat Germ F. A. Alderman, of Palestine, J. S. Brown made a business trip I found no bones had examination been it III
, 4.: f of Starke, were visiting relativesin hy and one with a prayer for their section, was seen in this communityone to Gainesville one day last week. I I it is broken, fe
W. L. Overstreet of the Dukes a very painful wound. It .
Lawtey Sunday. safe return.At Pasco .JIM
,>' f day last week. Douglass, of Ellisville, Columbia -1
., jO I Mike Futch visited Jacksonville on 8 o'clock a reception was tendered section was a casual visitor here Fri- county, visited friends here several days before he will be able..
Hon. J. E. made to
Douglass a trip use his hand, and as he hu
'it f Sunday last. by town people and many came day.Mr. Sunday. a gso t
Theressa last Friday. deal of in
.:;. t Mr. and Mrs. W. V. McLean, of enjoy the evening and wish the boys, J. P. Coffin, of Johnstown, spent I Eurie Spires, of Midway, was a visitor like cotton the field he
if' ; to
i time here business.Mr. I Master Roy Douglas made a busi- get some pickers, paying
some Friday on tit
, i" Starke, were visitors to Lawtey Sun- of whom we are justly proud, God- here Sunday.
!}. '(- day. They were enroute from Clay speed. an<4\Irs. W. I. Roberts and Miss ness triy to Lake Butler last Friday. Seeber Stokes spent 'Sunday at cents a pound for the work. $

. Hill where they had been visiting rel- This was only one of many delightful Maud Roberts motored to Lake Butler )lr. J. E. Douglass attended the R'orthington.e e/ Mrs. A. J. Jackson is visiting

Hi: atives: Mr.-McLean is one of the Telegraph's affairs which have been tenderedLawtey's Friday. annual meeting at Union Saturdayand George Miller has returned to Suth- daughter, Mrs. Roland Thorn, rf
State Treasurer J. C. Lumng spent reports a good meeting. Brooker, for a few days.
s4 force. quota of soldiers, as last erland to resume his studies in the {
Mr. Henry Futch was a visitor to Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. LouisH. part of last week at the prison farmon 'The boll weevils are multiplyingvery college. ".
.; Starke Hill dinner an inspection trip. He left here fast in and around here. This Tom Townsend
;: Sunday. gave a very delightful and Andrew Dekle, PINE LEVEL.
:d: Mr. James Sheppard was visitor party at their home. The invited Thursday for Ocala. wet rainy weather is sure decreasingthe of Lake Butler, were here Sunday to "*
' to Jacksonville and Mr. J. D. Cobb, of Lake Butler, was cotton average.Mr. ''
\\W' Sunday. guests were: Misses Lois Terry repair Mr. J. W. Bielling's Ford, the -
: Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner, Ave Lee Moore and Messrs. Arthur C. in Raiford on business Saturday.Mr. Dan Forsyth was over to Mr. machine being badly damaged by run- Mrs. J. P. Welch and children ct
Noon C. Mott, of Heilbronn Douglass getting some hogs last week New River, visited Mrs. Alice 05w
the
:5- of Starke, were guests Sunday at Pearce, John Roberts, Carl Prevatt, ning on a stump.
;. home of Mr. E. J. Roberts.Mr. Theophilus Reddish, Wilbur Riley Ker- Springs was a business visitor here that Mr. G. W. Alderman of Lake But- Mrs. H. S. Miller visited Lake But- last week. gs i

Enoch Griffis spent from Thurs- sey and James Godwin. The eveningwas Saturday. ler, had bought. ler on business Monday.Mr. Mr. W. B. Strickland attended S j
# to with friends in McRae Victrola Mrs. S. A. Strickland, who has been holiness services at Union Chapel!kg
day Sunday spent pleasantly with J. M. Mott, of Lake Butler, visited -
..'' Ga. music. PRICE TO BE HAD sick for some time, is improving very at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ro- Thursday night. ..ilrs.
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slowly. Walter Edmondson and j
iri 1 Mr. R. B. Jackson was transacting land Thomas Sunday afternoon.We mal
:
The people of Guilford are busy children visited Mrs. Edmondias
business in Jacksonville Wednesday of are glad to report Mr. W. A.
:<- last week. HAMPTON Rev. E. C. Wills, of South Jackson- gathering cotton as the rain has cut Brooks and two children who have I parents at Alachua last week. ,

; I' Mr. Ellery Sapp, of Wateroak, was ville, filled the julpit at the Raiford them off for some time. been confined to their rooms for sev- Mr Raymond Oliver made a baseness -:

j'' a business visitor to Lawtey last Sat- Miss Ruby Howard, of Bradentown, Baptist church Sunday morning 'and Mr. J. E. Douglass was over in the eral days with fever, improving.Rev. trip to New River Saturday
urday. was a visitor here Saturday.Mrs. evening. He was called for the balance New Zion section last Thursday.Mr. Woodard filled his regular Mrs. I. L. Cone attended revinl.
l- Miss Myrtie Sapp is spending a few J. L. Scotten has moved to of the year during conference C. C. McCall motored over to. at the Free Will church appointment vices at Union church Saturday. ,. ,

f weeks with relatives in Palmetto.Mr. I Gainesville, where her son, Hawley, Saturday evening.Mr. Lake City Sunday.Mr. here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin OGverraadsi j
and Mrs. William Thornton, of has entered the High School. Joe Jones has spent the last Harley Varnes, of Lake Butler: Tommie Hewitt, of Lake Butler, was business trip ti Lake Butler Suadty:
1 Campville, visited relatives in Lawtey Mrs. Nellie May, of Palatka, has few days in Raiford completing Sen- was visiting in our burg Sunday. i j in our burg Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Kelly visited ,

*,,, the first part of the week. spent the past week here, the guestof ator Andrews chimneys to his new Mrs. C. C. McCall is very sick at j 0. V. Brooks and family, of Provi- Raiford last week. ::
I
Mr. and .)Irs. Geo. Herlong, Miss her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Ha- residence.Mr. 'his writing. Her many friends hope ; donee, attended church here Sunday. Those attending the Primitive &p
j
Katie and Bennie Herlong, of Lake John Andrews of Lawtey, to see her up and out again soon. I j Mrs. E. B. Hiers, of Dukes, is visiting tist annual meeting report a nice tai

_. City, were the guests last Sunday at gan.Edward Gainey and George Hazen, spent Sunday afternoon in Raiford. Mr. L. C. Douglass, wife and chil-.I j her daughter here, Mrs. H. S. Mil- Messrs. Raymond Oliver and W5&
b the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. of Brooker, were visitors here Mon The Hon. Sidney J. Catts, of Tallahassee dren were in our community Sunday ler. Edmondson Visited at Long Bridt

Adams. spent Saturday at the prison afternoon.Mr. Marion Waters visited at Worthington Friday night. '
k. <"- Messrs. James Godwin and W. H. day.Alvah Saxon left Monday for Suth- farm reviewing conditions. This is and Mrs. J. V. Vining, of Lake i i Springs Sunday afternoon. Pine Level school will open Monty

'd. Edwards were visitors to Jacksonville erland, where he has entered Suther- the governor's first trip to Raiford Butler, were seen in our community Miss Ruby Parrish has accepted the October 1st, Mr. D. 0. McRae tead*

3.V VV last Saturday. land college. since his inauguration and many of last Tuesday. position of clerk in the mercantile establishment All scholars are requested to be pier

_' }Ir. and Mrs. Zack Roberts, of Willie Maxwell has entered the high I his friends were glad to see him. of H. S. Miller.W. ent. .|

Starke, were visiting relatives in Law- school at Gainesville, for the ensuing : BROOKLYN. 0. Brooks, of Providence, attended Miss Bertie Kelly, of Raiford/.
tey Sunday. term. spending the week with Miss EsAj
church here"Sunday.
ON FORD TIRESMr.
Mrs. M. E. Edwards left Monday for Miss Evelyn Seals left Sunday I Murray Thomas and Furman Stokes Kelly. jt
I Gainesville where she will stay until morning for Tallahassee where she The corn crop is being housed, and made a business trip to Lake Butler Prayer meeting every Wedneadq
c' the first of next June to be with her has entered the state college for wom- I Chesley Smith, of the 6th Coast though a light one we wil lhave plenty -, Saturday. night and Sunday school every Smy

t9 children, Edward, Laurie and Mabel, Artillary, stationed at Fort Tatten, N. by supplementing other crops, as I I W. J. Epperson was in our midst a afternoon., i.;
-. who are attending school there. en.Sheriff W. J. Epperson and Deputy Y., is spending a few days with his velvet beans, sweet potatoes and pea- :I few days ago on business. -::

I Mrs. A. A. Smith is spending a few Cameron were here on official business father and mother here. nuts.Cotton i I N. H. Stokes made a business trip SANITARY INSPECTION. i
L days with relatives in Gainesville this Monday Mr. J. R. Dowling, employed by J. picking is being pushed' in i to Starke one day last week. .

!! I week. Contractor Wm. Kalch is busy recruiting W. Hatcher at Lake City as gin me- order to have it go on the market in l ,> Harry Pinkston, of Little Springs, Dr. V. H. Gwinn, of Jackson1 1llt

h t Mr. Daniel Futch, of Raiford, was carpenters for work on the chanic, spent Sunday with his family. good condition. was in our midst one day last week. district health officer for BraM<
j t visiting relatives in and near Lawtey army cantonment at Black Point. He Those from Raiford to attend church Mr. I. N. Cable, of California, who 1 Saturday afternoon, September 8th.
i in Dt
county, was Starke Tuesday.
t Tuesday. has enlisted the services of the ablest rear Heilbronn Sunday included Shep- has a well equipped place here, has! will linger long in the memory of all
Gwinn
made special visit to,u'c
l y Mr. Tom Wearing was a visitor to that Hampton affords. herd Moore, W. H. Andrews, B. A. An- just returned from the northern mar- those who were fortunate enough to a
'; .. r Starke last Friday. Services at the Methodist church, drews, Melvin Johns, J. W. Nichols, kets where he spent the summer as' te present a ta reception given by Miller town.tey, to make a sanitary conditions survey of tM
Sanitary
kJ ; Miss Enza Blanchard is visiting relatives Sunday morning and eveningrill be Barnard Andrews, Mr. Littleton Kite salesman for a California fruit grow- Grove, Woodmen Circle, to their with the of Lawtey were galeover iat i

y I' in Jacksonville this week. conducted by the Pastor, Rev. T. L. and sister and Mr. Eustis Crews. ers association, states that he sold forty families and the W. 0. W. and their will be reported mayor next council BeVrj
Mr. Tom Whitehead, of Jacksonville, Z. Barr. Mr. J. W. Andrews, of Dukes, spent thousand dollars worth of fruit and' i families. at
I visited relatives in Lawtey last week. Mr. H. D. May and family motored I some time in Raiford Monday.Mr. found more money in circulation than' : The committee composed of Sovs. follow.ing. Improvements are expected _fit Jj

i. Mr. L. H. Hill was a business visitor to Leesburg Friday. From there they I M. W. Mann and Mr. N. T. Ritch ever before in the history of the coun-'Ada I Clyatt, Lola Brown and Bertha Said Dr. Gwinn: "I find as a nh, I
to Starke Wednesday. visited DeLand and Beach. motored to Maxville Tuesday in Mr.
Daytona
t t" try.Mr. McLeod are due much credit for their that the of ti
1' I Mr. Bennie Sapp, of Starke was a They were delighted with the progres- Mann's big new truck and returned J. E. Michael has resigned his j !, untiring efforts. The committee planned towns mayors and councilmen ti.
:: visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. siveness of that section and are espec- with thirty-eight head of hogs for fat- position as manager of the fruit and to serve ice cream, cake and lem- the are ready to co-operate .
f .. Mrs. John A. Starling of Highland ially complimentary to the good roads tening purposes. stock farm owned by Mr. J. D. Thompson onade. When the W. 0. W. receivedthe state board" of health in san ta-1J.
r t ; I was a visitor to Lawtey Wednesday. all through that part of the country. of Washington, D. C. I invitation they in turn planned improvements. The open vault -,
i Mr. W. G. Seals, of Hampton, wasa i Owen Man, who is in active sen-ice Mr. James Alderman, son of Mr. and pleasant surprise by not only a being used in most small towns ark
business visitor to J.awtey Monday. in France with the engineer corps, AND TUBES. Mrs. B. J. Alderman, surprised his the invitation but by bringing accepting open violation of the state ruin ad

C k. j I Rufus Jackson left Monday for the writes that he has enjoyed the scen- friends by bringing home for his bride, chicken pilau. The committee secured regulations as well as the city orif a V

a l'I Florida University, Gainesville, where ery and sen-ice so far. He is stationed Col. A. Z. Adkins was a business cal- Miss Edna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.T. the long table under the beautiful tall I :, nances. Prevention of diseases til
{1 he will attend during the coming term. within fifty miles of the firing line. ler here Tuesday afternoon.Mr. J. Watkins, of Putnam Hall. pines at the church. Indeed it was a thing that should be given more a tta j

, 't ; Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Adkinson, accompanied Owen was formerly with the apprentice Alphonso Jones left for Colum- Mr. J. S. Griner, Jr., and Miss Cora surprise to see tables laden withchicken tion. 4

by Mr. and Mrs. Henry section foreman's crew here, and bia, S. C., Tuesday afternoon to enter Falana, of Middleburg, were married a and rice, interspersed with $-
: Willett the parents of Mrs. Adkinson, has many friends here and elsewhere.He school on his last year in pharmacy. few days ago. Drives Out Malaria Builds Up Syst J
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'I: moved here from Jacksonville last has been promoted to lieutenant of Senator A. D. Andrews motored to cake.A couple of hours were most delightfully The GROVE'S Old Standard TASTELESS rtaertl chin streaaheaiolodd TU ICdreetM-,4:,j

week, and are pleasantly located in his regiment. Lake Butler Tuesday to attend to mat- Try a Telegraph want ad. spent in social intercourse HiUna.enricI the dtuild.VDthS'
I tem. A true tonic. Fcra<2utiDdcbd
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