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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 28, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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39. STARKE,- FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPT., 28, 1917. NUMBER 13.



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The Local Selection Board orderedin WASHINGTON, Sept. 25Withoutroll
150 more men for examination this t ; call and after brief debates, the r;
week. The examinations began Wednesday Senate late today passed the eight billion I
morning and will be finished :1 Ai dollar war deficiency appropriation f

today (Friday.) It is believed it will bill Nearly $800,000,000 was ad-
require this number to complete the ded to the measure as it came from
county's first quota of 107 men. As the House and it now goes to confer-

matters now stand there are only five ence. ? y
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4 or six men ready to go forward on October Items for many millions of dollars ;
3rd when there should be about were approved with only a handful of .

eO.. .The,District! Board. seeMS, to. be Senators present and without, discussion -
"over-run with work, and the final certifications Senator Martin, chairman of the
are'coming in very slowly. appropriations committee and Demo-
The news dispatches of Wednesdaysaid cratic floor leader, urged sharp scrut-
that the negroes from Florida iny of what he termed extravagant .
would probably be sent forward on tTTTT1T'SECOND and almost reckless departmental es- }

October. 3rd, but the Local Board has timates. He said appropriations dur- .
had no official instructions to this ef- ing five months of war would reach
i about $2,000,000,000 and expressed .
feet.The Telegraph goes to press before I concern lest next year's total might be i c

there are any particulars of this $50,000,000,000. a i_
week's examinations ready to be given Over the Democratic leader's oppo-
out. The men called for examination sition the Senate adopted 28 to 26, an
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:.: are'as follows: ( amendment by Senator Robinson, ap- I l!
) DRAFT BRITISH MAKE propriating $500,000 for the employ- I '
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1059-James <(
Thornton, Raiford. Letters From Our ment bureau,of the department of la- :}
441-Samson Maberry, Lake Butler. Boys bor. (

880:. :John William Ross, Hampton. MAY BE MADEINNEARFOTURE ANOTHER DRIVE As it goes to conference the'bill totals 1,
357-CaD Wiggins Carlisle, Lulu. $7,991,400,000 inciting $2,385- ,
23 Newman Stationed .....
Cone Mott, Starke. Lump JacksonCamp 000,000 of contract aut orization and
117S-William A. Ferry, New River. Senate committee amendments total-

331-William Chesley Peter Kerce, IN FLANDERS ling $779,000,000. Its principal items .
Lulu. Jackson Columbia, S. C., Sept. 23, 1917. Include: _

1108-Ralph Bray, Louisville, Ky. Sept. 22, 1917.I Editor Telegraph-I will take the Shipping board, $635,000,000 cash ,
Worthington. (Two notices Editot Telegraph-We arrived at -
greatest of pleasure in writing you a for the construction program.
mailed.) FIRST CALL OF 687,000MEN Camp Jackson all 0. K., and think we short letter, which may be published in ATTACK MADE AT DAWN i Army and navy emergency funds of \l-
4$2 Thomas Christopher will like the place fine when we get
Lloyd, the county paper. $100,000,000 each.Construction .
Brooker. IS NOT SUFFICIENT over our first soreness from drilling.We All the tboys from Bradford arrivedat ON WEDNESDAY MORNING of torpedo boat destroyers -
1201-Samson Brown, Graham. drill about six hours every day. Camp about 2 o'clock Friday morn- 225000000.
>' 665-Fred Guy Jones, Starke. LARGE NUMBER NEEDED FILL Camp Jackson is a very large place, ing, and they were all worn out with Army transportation, $413,000,000. ,
? 800-Isaac John Keller, Starke. being about 8 miles long and about 1 their trip. We only secured about GERMANS CONTEST EVERY FOOT Fortifications, $1,495,000,000 appro-
104 -Truby Green, Raiford. NATION GUARD UNITS AND mile wide. There is about ten thous-
three, hours priated and
: rest Friday night. We OF GROUND BUT ARE DRIVEN $975,000,000 more nuthor-
715-Willie Henry Graham, Starke. FOR SPECIAL SERVICE. and workmen here and about thirty had breakfast at seven o'clock, and
961-Adam'Tison, Raiford. thousand soldiers, and yet more men were.j.hen marched to headquarterswhere BACK WITH HEAVY LOSS. ized.Army substitute, $320,000,000. I
559--Emmett K; Perryman, Starke. came in today.
we were assigned to our com Clothing and camp equipment $357- (
349-EliJah Hinson, Guilford. WASHINGTON, Sept 26.-There is The boys from Bradford county are panies. We were somewhat separatednot 000,000. ., ,
562-Joe Webster Jones, Starke. little doubt now that a large deficiencyof entirely separated from each other, in even any of the boys who were Field Marshal Haig's men again are .Engineer operations, $191,000,000.
501' Robert Coleman Groover, men will be*shown when reports on different parts of the service, but most brothers being put in the same com- stirking in Flanders and the force of Medical department, $129,000,000. .
Brooker. the first increment of the National of them are in the 324th Infantry. I their blow, like dose that have pre- Ordnance stores and ammunition,
'102-Jerry E. Bohannan, Lawtey. Army-687,000 men have been made. would like to have your paper sent to pany.We have been drilling some, andI ceded it, is meeting with good resultson $732,270,000.
,, 875-Kinzy Deal, Hampton. Seventeen National Guard divisions me. My address is 324 Infantry, Co. think it will be quite easy to catchon a front of nearly six miles. Manufacturer of arms, $32,690,000. t
714-Langsten Singleton, Starke. must be brought up to war strength B., Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. to, provided the person is capableof Notwithstanding the necessity of Automatic machine guns, $113,520-
88-Arnett Thompkins, Lawtey. and. several special service forces or- Wish you would again thank the ladies hearing or understanding the or- carrying the battle to Crown Prince
1024-Lonzie Norman, Raiford. ganized out of this reservoir, so the of the Red Cross Chapter for us, ders in any way given or commands.We Rupprecht across uninviting ground- 000.Armored motor cars $36,750,000with
,871-Victor Allen, Hampton. number of drafted men remaining at as the comfort kits are a great helpto have holidays on Saturday and virtually a morass owing to the re- : $75,550,000 additional authorized.
1043-Robert Hudson, Raiford. the cantoncments hardly will be' suffi us, and we appreciated the entertainment Wednesday afternoons, as well as Sun- cent rains, and against the inevitable Naval aviation, $45,000,000.
71-George Theodore' Smith, Law- cient to organize the sixteen National concrete and steel redoubts and woods Naval ammunition, $40,146,000 with

tc7- Army divisions at a full strength bas- Respectfully, day.I am at the Y. M. C. A. writing this. and shell craters teeming with rapid $15,000,000 more authorized.
1156-Benjamin 655 Kelley, New River. is. Whether incomplete divisions will EARL WHITTEN. letter. The boys can spend their leisure fire guns-the English, Scotch and Naval batteries, $50,000,000 with t
John C. Robinson, Starke. be formed or a call for men issued has hours here, playing and singing, Australian troops have snatched val- $28,000,000 more authorized.
V 78-Adam T. Sapp, Raiford. not been indicated. uable vantage points from the Naval ordnance
606 Camp Jackson, or they can have music with the Vic- Ger- reserve $47,500,000and
-Theodore Lester Litchfield, Secretary Baker said tonight that i mans, but not without terrific $17,500,000 authorized.
Brooker. fV Columbia, S. C., Sept 21. trola, as we have one here for the en- opposi- more
877 Levi definite figures as to the number of Editor Telegraph-Tonight as I writewe tertainment of the boys. tion.The Naval training camps, $12,600.000.
Leland Bedenbaugh, National Army men it would be necessary have at this camp, named after the The Y. M.:C. A. is quite a treat for battle, at last accounts, was With the understanding that it wouldbe

f'\; 435-Hampton.Lonnie Summers to transfer to the National Guard Ii great General Andrew Jackson, 10,000 us, or at least it has been the best still raging, with the greatly reinforced perfected and reinserted in confer-
Lulu.
681-Nfck were not available. carpenters, besides the plumbers and pastime that I could find. There are Germans, who had anticipated the ence, the Senate struck out an appro-
t j 'tlS William Johns, Starke. The fighting strength of the new division ,I other workmen, all working to providefor men who come here and preach and new.thrust, fighting with unusual bit- priation of $1,240,000 for civilian
735- Graham, Starke. is now fixed at-27,500 men. The the comfort of those who are here give the boys lectures that is good lor terness, to hold back further British training camps. It also rejected an
1121-Otis-Fleury Dyal, Raiford. seventeen guard divisions on that basis and those yet to come, and we have in them. I think that every citizen of advances or to recapture terrain already amendment of Senator Fletcher for
F 1150-Carl Williams, Worthington. will.byre a total strength of 437- the neighborhood of 30,000 officers the United States should render their wrested from them.Haig's $350,000 for Key West naval station ,
[?_, 450-James C. Wynn, New River. 500 men. and enlisted men working diligentlyto prayer to God at this time if they ever new thrust was delivered improvements. After tart debate on
F' William White, Brook- The guard probably brought into the prepare themselves to hold our intend doing so, for the boys and a vic from the base of front line positions the controversy between Secretary f
: ere113John Federal service a total of not more great Nation to the front and hang tory for the United States. And I captured and consolidated last week, Daniels and the Naval League officers, ,
f '725 Ardell Starling, Highland. than 300,000 men. It will take there- the stars and stripes even on the treesin now especially ask that the citizens before which the Germans held numer Senator Curtis' amendment authorizing ,
r -Thomas J. Poppell, Starke.1004Silas fore, at last 137,000 National Armymen the land of the Kaiser.I render their prayers in our behalf, as ous vantage points of strategic value, the navy head to accept controbu-
156-John P. Yarborough, Raiford. to fill up the guard divisions. fully understand that we have a I asked on the night before we left barring the way to further inroads by tions from the league's women's auxiliary -
Morgan Little Lake
Brt- Another 100,000 of the National big ahead of but I believe Starke for in that do was defeated.
I.r. job us, we way you can the British or for harassing the Brit
I, M84- John H. Denmark Army will go to the air service and will be equal to the task, after Uncle your "bit. For through prayer we ish line by machine gun and rifle fire. -- -
Lf 8-Conway Matthews, Raiford.Starke. certainly as many more to other spe- Sam gets us trained the art of wart shall win our rights, more so than by As on previous occasions, Haig loos- AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT
cial services. That would leave no .
I WO the guns.I ed a veritable inferno of artillery fire
-Archibald Thomas Starke. fare.We
I"I im-Geiger Lee more than 250,000 men to form have a sergeant who is a full- will close by saying good-bye and against the Germans before launching
Barry Graham. County Superintendent E. R.
National divisions Pop-
267-Willie the Army fledged German. He told me that we good luck to alL I would like to have his attack in the early hours of Wed- j
I Alvin '
Knight, Lake But- which should have an aggregated war pell decided one day last week to take .
letters from and will take
ler- have the greatest Nation on earth, anyone nesday morning and when night fell
|r/ of a trip in his Ford car to Titusville,
|i, K7-Gus Wynn, Sampson City. strength 433,000. and that he 1 is. here to win or die for pleasure in answering by letter thru many important positions had been to 'visit his brother, Prof. T. J. fop-
L.clW-Willie Turner, Graham. the Stars and Stripes. I am watchingto the Telegraph.I ridden of the enemy, but with the Ger- pen, principal of the Titusville High
| ?4C-Oscar Lee Summers, Lulu. ODDFELLOWS GIVE SUPPER. see if he makes good. remain yours in the service. mans at numerous other points sav- School, and invited Mr. W. E. Wainwright '' E
No one knows what the next move ROAN J. TURNER.P. agely contesting the right of
fc. JfO-Math L Mann, Raiford. way. to go with him. They started }
for us will be, not even our officers. S.-Send me county paper to ad- Possibly the most significant gainof
|l22-Joseph: Bryant, Brooklyn. Tuesday night, at the regular meet home from Titusville after dark and
UI4-Iaaac All we know is that we belong to a dress given and it will certainly be ap- the British, which the Germans ad-
;; Robinson, Lawtey. ing of May Lodge NG. 10, I. 0. 0. F., \ were riding on an undulating shell +
trench mortar battery, attached to the preciated. mit, was to a depth of two-thirds of a ;
If IW-Stephen Butler Hendricks, Lake the members were treated to a chicken road when the magneto that suppliedthe
". Jt Butler. pilau supper. Some fifty memberswere artillery. 'I believe our litle company mile at certain points, was near Zon- light ceased to work. At the foot 1
m.-, 6-Thomas Jefferson Jones, Lulu. present on this occasion and after of 181 men will take care of our bat- If your boy is in the service of Un- nebekefi to within a few hundred yardsof of a steep grade was a sharp turn to
[* ',|S>6 Rabph Hedgman, Lake Butler. the regular order of business was tery wherever it is sent; cle Sam, gives us his name and ad- the western outskirts of which vil- the left, and there the front wheels
v; S89-Charles H. Crews, Raiford. wound up, including the carrying ofa Yours very truly, dress and the Telegraph will go to himit lage they penetrated, placing them apparently became locked, for the turn '
tU07-Elijah Alfred Parrish, Worthy candidate through the initiatory de F. P. JONES. will be like a letter from home. about six miles from the railway running could not be made and the car ran off
41J ,ington. gree, a table was placed in the centerof I : from Ostend. through Roulers and the shell pavement and onto the shoul-
It-Leroy Willard Clark, Hampton. the hall, where Mr. G. C. Livington Koubaix to Lille. The cutting of this ders, which were deep sand. AlthoughMr.
$'JI7 James seventies and is still growing there was no one here authorized to line, which seems to be the objectiveof .
Hightower, Lake Butler. as master of ceremonies,.with the Poppell succeeded in almost stop-
"W--Alonzo Drew Following Mr. Connally came an old receive and forward his mail. Field Marshal Haig, would seriously the the
t Noble, Worthing- assistance of two dusky helpers, ping car, momentum was still
>& ton. spread the feast before the membersof member of the local lodge, Geo. L. Finally a relative sent him a copy of affect the transport (If Germans enough to cause it to stop so suddenly
"-U5-R.. A. Willford, Lake Butler. the order. Massey, who now resides in Jackson- the Telegraph containing his name as from their naval base at Ostend and when entering the deep sand as to '
;S'" 81-Wirnn Clement Coffin, Johns- After the feast came cigars and an ville, but meets with the lodge here one who had failed to report for exam- Zebrugge to the south. "turn turtle..
at every opportunity. Other members ination. He left at once for Starke, Prior to the land attack, British na- The
; town.l'l3.en address from J. C. Connally, of Jack car turned over on the right
Feinb01'g, Lake Butler. sonville, Grand Master of the I. 0. 0.Fn spoke on various topics, until a late and on arrival here told the Board that val forces heavily shelled Ostend and side, and Mr. Wainwright who sat on ;
i"-John hour the meeting was brought to a he had no claim for exemption and again Wednesday afternoon they repeated that side '
of
Beville Prevatt, Starke. of Florida. During the course received the brunt of the
.7.:181-Jim Varnes, Hampton. his speech he made reference to May close. was ready for duty. His case has been the bombardment Meanwhile shock. Yet both succeeded in crawling -
taken with the District Board and naval
| IIO-Ernest Ginn, Raiford. Lodge, its past and present He recalled up airplanes dropped bombs on from under the car but consider-
|M5-DeWitt T. McGill, Lake Butler. the time when he came to this REPORTED FOR DUTY. it is believed there will be no further towns in Northern Belgium with vis- ably bruised up. Mr. Poppell had received -
rJ -Jriah Stephens, Lake Butler. city and brought together the six men proceedings against him for his failure ibly effective results.On a cut across the right side of ,
Iff+ -Louis Ferguson, Lake Butler. who composed the membership at that Chas:F. Moore, of Lulu, one of the to be on hand when summoned. the other fronts, except in the the chest and bruises on his arms and
am-Chester Arthur McLeod, Worth- time. To start the ball rolling he made young men who failed to report for Champagne and Verdun sectors of the legs, and .Wainwright got his arm
'S ington them a proposition: If they would secure examination when ordered here by the L. C. Powell is going to make a line"in France, no hostilities of great so badly wrenched that it was at first
,'.J- ttl Jones, Raiford. six new members to the order, he Local Selection Board, appeared a few I thorough trial of rape this season. He importance are in progress. Berfore thought it was broken, as well as contusions
VM-Franklyn Calhoun Hollings- would bring a degree team from Jack- days ago and reported for duty. Mr. : has planted it on beds, thereby warm-:Verdun the big guns again are roar- the chest t'
tN x worth Starke. sonville. In a short while be was notified Moore was in Akron, Ohio. At the ing and deepening the soil, as well as ing in mighty duel, evidently the fore- The top of the.car saved the occu-
jGeOlp; Spottman Elixson, Lake to bring his team on and he did time of registering the registration officer draining it Rape makes,:an excellent runner of further big infantry opera- pants severe injuries, and also
Butler. so, assisting the local order in every in Akron advised him to give the green feed for all kinds stock' dur- tions. In Champagne the French are saved the car fom damage. The top r,
i Willie August Brown, Starke. way in initiating the candidates. Twicehe county site of his county as his ads ing winter and early spring; It is a heavily shelling the positions of the and windshield were both demolished,
f' luss Parrish, Lake Butler. made this offer and each time th dress. He di dthis with the result that feed that more of our farmers should: German Crown Prince with the Ger but after the car wary righted it ran
: lodge responded with the candidates. all notices mailed to him were returned begin planting for the use of ,their. man artillery answering them energet as well as ever and the journey to

::t (Continued on Pace 6.) Today the membership stands in the to the Seliection Board because stock. ically. Starke was resumed.
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y: .. . . ... SWEDES LOYALTY IN TO AMERICA THE GOVERNMENT PLEDGED PROF. MORRIS GROUND GLASS the mail Your same as order if careful given for personally.printing attention will if sent receive by WithoatTeesurmounted.. flSnger-cannC*,'H IJ'I<

RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. ;:

::4 : .. . oBO oooooI e CHICAGO fifty thousand, Sept.citizens 27.-One of this hundredand city, GAINS 24 POUNDS FOUND IN FOODATMACONCAMP __._ ." Ii c';

+ of Swedish birth, have pledged their :7I-
: loyalty to the American government I
Swedish .
through their organization.They
fi a1h promised their lives and their Tennessee School Teacher Int

r foe.fortunes" "for defense against every Says He Has Found Tanlacto -..-

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Saf Be the Best Medicine He CAN OF SAUSAGE FOUND TO ,
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f + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + SHELL FIRE BOMBARDMENT Has Ever Tried. i HAVE GLASS IN EACH LINK -'
1 i + CAUSE SOLDIERS TO LOSE MIND ,
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+ ATTENTION, RED CROSS + Of the thousands of letters that GEORGIA REGIMENT VICTIMS- Jf
; + FUND SUBSCRIBERS. +. PARIS, Sept. 25.-A train of 201 have recently been received at the : f
J.i + + French officers and men arrived in Tanlac office from well known men and EXPERT SAYS GLASS WAS

+ Last June Bradford County + Lyons recently-prisoners repatriatedfrom women, who have been benefitted by PUT THERE OF PURPOSE. .- ..
+ subscribed something over $5,700 + Germany. Of these, not fewer this medicine, none are more interest- t
c. + to the Red Cross fund-many + than 155 were out lof their minds. ing than the one received from S. R.
tit
I + persons signed cards stating that + Their reason had gone, probably un- Luton at Bumpus Mills, Tenn. This MACON, Sept. 23.-What might develop t
'14'e f + they would pay one-fourth of the + der some terrible shell bombardment, letter, which was addressed to G. F. into one of the most maliciousacts

+ amount subscribed on each of the + leaving them often without any bodily Willis, Atlanta, Ga., reads as follows: of German intrigue undertaken in
I + following dates: July 1st, August + injury, incapable of any mental effort. Dear Sir: You will find enclosed a I some time came to light Saturday .
+ 1st, Sept. 1st, and Oct. 1st, + One, a typical example, was a sec testimonial from Professor Elmer night when the members of the head- tLk

S .t + all of the year 1917. + ond lieutenant, apparently 22 to 23 Morris, who is one of my customers. quarters company of the 122nd Infan- .
I + $2,139.85 of this amount has + years old. He was calm and quiet, but Professor Morris had a delicacy in try (Second Georgia) found the sausage L ;

Y + been collected, leaving a balance + unable to reply to a question. On his expressing himself and granted me served them had ground glass ,
?' I I + still due of $3,560.15. Each per + tunic was pinned a card with the the right to give you the particulars distributed freely in every link. ".- -
.' + son who has not paid their pledgein + words, "Picked up,without a wound, in his case. As soon as several members of the .

+ in full is aware of the fact, and +I IL at 1914." I I He tells me that he has been a great company found the ground glass an ( i _
L + they are most earnestly request- + These unfortunates have been in- sufferer ftom.chronic stomach and investigation was begun and it was ,
y r + ed to send in the balance due to + terned at Lyons, and their photQ- bowel trouble, and never had been found that it was in every link which

Pt I + J. H. Ritch, Treasurer, Red Cross + graphs are to be circulated throughoutthe able to get anything to give him any had been cooked.A .
1" + Fund, Starke, Florida. + country in the hope of identifyingthem relief. He fell off in weight from 225 sausage expert from the +packing
I + The Red Cross is urging the + so that those who no doubt have pound to 170 pounds. He went to Daw- company from which the headquarters d'sr

+ payment of all money pledged, + long mourned them as lost for ever, son Springs, Ky., and when he came company had bought the meat was 'Ti7 i
I + as it is needed for hospital and + may perhaps be able to win them back back he said he was no better.I sent for, and, according to those pres- L4 I
: ; + other supplies for the comfort of + from their living tombs. persuaded him to try Tanlac. He ent, could not account for the presenceof

i f I, + the men who are now in the army + weighed on my scales at the time he the glass except that it was there I i Je JIIIlI
+ defending our country, and also + by intention. His suggestion was that
it and 170
GERMANY STRIVING TO BUY began taking only weighed 1A
i + to relieve hunger and pain among + some German element was behind the
OFF FRANCE WITH ALSACE pounds. After taking three bottles of
t :f + our allies. + Tanlac he had gained 26 pounds. Whenhe act. 1/ 1
A peculiar fact that the
was glass
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I I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + France Refused, as Was Offer of had brought 4 this testimonial and to me he could not be detected except after the &( : ;J fIffihIll II
gained pounds more weighed -
Ii Mexico to England. sausage was cooked. The meat turn- '
I i -S 194. He did not wantto get backto : 4 liIIJlllhI) II
ed brown and the glass Every
a WHAT THE RED CROSS IS DOLNG. 225 pounds and decided to quit tak- link in the bucket which sparkled.was cook- 1-d \I/1i/IllllJl11/ / ;

I WASHINGTON, Sept. 12.-Additional ing Tanlac. ed was found to have glass. a aj
ef- This man is teacher in the public
proofs of Germany's frantic a
All of us sometimes wonder just The doctors of the Second Georgia
forts for have been received by schools in Stewart caunty, Tenn. He
peace
what the Red Cross is doing these immediately took charge of the men
t ., the State Department, and the start- lives here in one mile of my store and
of the company
days as a result of the generosity of and administered the
bought the Tanlac from His true
ling nature of the disclosures gives me.
in both and service. proper. medicines in the
our people case glass
money some idea of the desperation of the postoffice is Dover, Tenn., R. F. D. No.
Here are a few things it is doing: took effect internally. Up to tonight
1. Professor Morris' statement is as
German autocracy. German diplomacy -
R Sending more than $100,000 worth there were no cases of sickness reported I
of Red Cross supplies to Europe each through underground channels, has follows: from the effects or' the glass in (.
month. followed an offer of an alliance with "I have just finished my third bottleof the stomachs of the
men.
offer for Tanlac and have gained 20 pounds.I .
t Sending 700 tons of food to France England by an a separate The men in the company, and in fact j
each week for refugees. peace to France. The offer to France just weighed 170 pounds and now I the entire Georgia regiment i
were
weigh 190, and never felt better in ,
was made within the last six weeks.Berlin's my
much -
the
Providing $200,000 for immediate agitated over occurrence and :
relief work in Roumania and a like proposals to the French life."I talked freely of the matter to their ,
amount for the same purpose in Italy. government was that Germany should have been a greEt sufferer from friends on the streets last.night. I i
Maintaining two hospital ships for return Alsace-Lorraine to France as stomach trouble for about one year. ]I The Secret Service department will 'T2I6liuIfrhllIfJllIthIllIAlwaysWelcome?///

the United States navy. the preliminary move in peace nego- tried every doctor I could get to, and in all probability make a thorough investigation V f
tiations between the two nations. With went to a health resort at Dawson ft
before
;p Operating a motor transport service making a report on '
; in France, thus reducing the enormous the signing of the final articles of Springs, but nothing did me any good.I the matter. j'fllj tiJtBUI fI
strain on the weakened railroads of peace, Germany was to withdraw all decided to take Tanlac and found it
I France. her troops from French soil, and the to be the best medicine I have ever Tfou little rascal-played along the way. didn't you?
Kept grandma waiting 1 Oh well it's all light. Because
Paris government, under the guise of tried. NO INVESTIGATION OF BER 'S- (
4p It .kas raised and equipped 50_base . I .
I hOSpitalS, 10 or wmcn are already o land l neuiraiuy, was 10 oraer au mitts l "Yours very truly, TORFF'S CORRUPTION FUNDS CALUMETBAKING j
American troops from French ter C
the field or enroute.I "PROF. ELMER MORRIS. t
ritory. If London and Washington I Tanlac is sold by leading druggistsof POWDER r.r
refused to withdraw their armies, Ger leading cities in the South; by D. It is Not Believed Members of Con- I is always right. It's worth waiting for. Always wel- l

r. TO KNIT OR NOT TO KNIT. many was willing to aid France in ex" C. Cason in Starke; by Tomlinson- gress Accepted the Money. come.wastes minutes Never shirks or materials its work.and I Never know fads it's pure Never and

pelling them by force of arms. Maines Drug Company in Lake Butler wholesome as Calumet contains only such ingredientsas
i have been approved officially by the U. S. Food
The answer is, most emphatically, The German offer was promptly re ; by the Hampton Pharmacy in WASHINGTON, Sept. 25.-Investigation Authorities." a
r I KNIT! Any doubt there may havebeen : jected by France. French officials pro Hampton; by the Cash ,Drug Store in by House Committee on von You save when you buy it-iou sail what you tat it.
f i as to the value of knitting in this fess to view the proffer lightly, decker Lawtey; by the Weaver Drug Company Bernstorff's plot and influence in Con HIGHEST QnamyESTABLISHED F del

i war has now been completely dispelled ) ing that is main object was to sow in Raiford: by R. T. Taylor in gress against the declaration of war is Awards rr.Ir..

l. ( by the appeal sent to Washington dissension in the French war council Worthington and by C. A. Smith in apparently doubtful, is the general .
i by the American Red Cross mission in and thus lead to a less active prosecu- Sampson City.-Advertisement.' opinion prevailing.The /

i' France. The following list is what the tion of the war. Secretly, however, -. S general opinion, too, is that the ; 01P
t mission has cabled the Red Cross to the Entente leaders view the offer asa ambassador's appeal to the Berlin government Pt)

send before the snow flies, if possible bona-fide one, furnishing additional MAY AGAIN USE TURPENTINE. for- funds should not be interpreted Or
One million mufflers. proof of the mighty effort the German as indicating any memberof in

One million sleveless sweaters. government is quietly making for a Senator Fletcher Heads Delegation to congress accepted money or otherwise el,
a One million pair of mitts. cessation of hostilities. Call on Secretary Daniels. was wrongfully influenced by 1886 de
Any woman, anywhere, can knit any Germany's effort to inveigle Eng German propagandists.To in;
or all of these articles. The Red Cross land into an alliance was made when J. R. DAVIS & COMPANY tVl

will send them to France as fast as re- the Mexican, disturbance was at its WASHINGTON, Sept. 14..-:-The be,
ceived. To help you to knit these articles height Briefly, the Berlin govern- United States navy may again soon Cure. Cold in One Day. INSURANCE on,
I and others, too, the Red Cross ment proposed to London that Ger- use turpentine for the mixing of paint. Take,Cough LAXATIVE and Headache BROMO Quinine. It stopt the Fire Tornado Accident, Liability. Plate Clun. Steam Boiler Burtl." Boat St
Woman's Bureau has just prepared, many and England intervene jointlyin Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, of Flor- Druggists refund mosey and if works it fails off the to Cold.cure. STARKE, FLORIDA 13\
j / with the aid of knitting experts, new Mexico, establish two "spheres.of ida, headed a delegation of the South- L. W. GROVE signature on each box. 30c.

; I knitting instructions, complete in every influence" in that nation, and defy the eastern members of Congress who hadan .." (
yA
detail It has also arranged for United States if Washington attempted appointment with Secretary of the .... I vai

one 'million pounds of wool yarn, so to apply the Monroe doctrine. Navy Daniels yesterday morning. The r JTi
that if you cannot get it at your local This proposition was made to a Brit- Secretary was urged to again author-
I stores you can buy it through your ish cabinet official by a special German ize the use of turpine for which the eP
It r nearest Red Cross. But, before you agent. The British official no sooner navy substituted mineral oils when the : I:

k I I buy yarn, get from the nearest chapter learned of his caller's business than price of turpentine soared so high just W ASTINfi SAVING which? coo
1 the new knitting bulletin, with he replied: "Neither I nor my gov- prior to the outbreak of the war. After or I |wee
i complete instructions for making these ernment has any desire to discuss the the war broke out a severe drop oc- hff
p4 '. i garments. question. I bid you good afternoon. curred. '
ow
1 j. If no Red Cross chapter is near you, London, Paris and Washington also -. } eaea
write to "The Division Manager The have proofs that, even before the Eu- Our into the has
FOURTH CLASS POSTMASTER entrance war brought us to the point where it becomes '
,t' American Red Cross, Atlanta, Ga." ropean war, Germany sought to inter- 4 nd
I est other European nations in a pro- EXAMINATION a national duty for every citizen to save and eliminate every form of waste. eat

' 'i. HOW TO SAVE GASOLINE. posal Another to intervene Berlin move in Mexico.for peace, ac- I The United States Civil Service com- Not only the fate of the civilized portion of the old world, but our own as ala

F+ I'I I cording to Swiss sources has been the mission has announced an examinationto well is almost wholly dependent upon the manner in which we produce and oar

I ; About ninety-nine drivers out of a arrival of a number of prominent Ger- be held at Gainesville, Fla., on Oct. .- ho
hundred are wasteful of gasoline, according mans and Austrians in Switzerland, 26, 1917, as a result of which itis, expected save. You can husband your financial resources by saving the pennies and. t t

s t to an automobile engineer who where they are busying themselves to make certification to fill a depositing them in this bank. It will prevent your wasting them on useless lidcTt
cites a number of ways fuel may be with a new peace project, the exact contemplated vacancy in the positionof
,I conserved, both for the general good nature of which has not yet been dis- fourth-class postmaster at Brooker, and trivial things when later they will be in demand for the necessities.. .

t I and as a matter of economy for the closed, but the object of which is to Fla., and other vacancies as they may
l : owner. Here they are: create friction between the Ententepowers. occur at that office, unless it shall be Condensed of the condition
statement of Bank
-e Carburetor adjustment is of prime Dr. Von Bethmann-Hollweg, decided in the interests of the serviceto Bradford County hemp

I importance. A mixture that is too rich the former chancellor, is said to be the fill the vacancy by reinstatement.The at close of business Sept llth 1917.
"' or too lean will cause more gasoline head of this new mission in Switzer- compensation of the postmasterat :: for

? to be used in performing a given land. this office was $425 for the last fiscal .. caas

I ; amount of labor, than a correct mix year. RESOURCES LIABILITIES
I Ii ture. But don't attempt to adjust your Applicants must have reached their ire
J I carburetor unless you know how. SUGAR AT EIGHT CENTS POUND. twenty-first birthday on the date of Loans and Discounts 197296.91 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00 {

', Most cars have what may be termed IS IN PROSPECT. the examination, with the exceptionthat State County and Municipal Bonds 2,000.00 Surplus fund I 10,000.00 ouning
I an economical speed. It ranges from in a state where women are de- a
I 12 to 20 miles per hour. When you clared by statute to be of full age for Claims and Resources 9416.98 Undivided profits, less expenses paid 2,10239 ;.

I J. get above that speed, the amount of WASHINGTON, Sept. 25-The con- all purposes at eighteen years, women Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 20000.00 Cashiers checks outstanding 669.50 .:' ad
sumer will be able to purchase
it gas used per mile increases. sugarat eighteen years of age on the date of All other Real Estate owned 0Overdrafts Deposits 267,568.90 ( ate
eight cents under
pound, '
a
Anticipate slowing up and stops. a new the examination will be admitted. ,;. ricers
agreement made with the food admin- secured and unsecured
4 Close the throttle and disengage the Applicants must reside within the 832,52 t :
clutch far enough ahead of the place istration wholesalers by'sugar producers. Salesto territory supplied by the postoffice for Cash on hand and in Banks 69,933.06 f. ovh
at eastern
you want to stop so that very little refining which the examination is announced. 1 mp:
: use of the brake will be necessary. points basis. will The be retailers made at 7% cents, cane The examination is open to all citi- TOTAL $305,340.99 TOTAL $305,340.91: } iarn,

Whenever you use the brakes you de- profit margin zens of the United States who can ,I- bpy (
will approximate % cents a pound, it comply with the -;. mi i, "
stroy momentum that has requirements.
to create.Accelerate requiredgasoline' was stated. The price will become ef- Application blanks, Form 1753, and This bank invites you, as a loyal. citizen, to begin saving now. If you { torn

It takes fective in the west in October, when i full information concerning the are not a depositor a dollar will for
gradually. less this season's reaches the refineries re- open an account you, and you can deposit 'i ayW
f gas to do that than to reach a fast crop quirements of the examination can be at [
I and in the east about two weeks time in We 4 sap
r gait quickly. later. secured from the postmaster at the any any sum. pay per cent compounded quarterly. UpSX. &

4 Whenever you allow the engine to place of vacancy or from the United

4 I run with the car standing, you are using S States Civil Service commission, at

i up gas that doesn't make any BRITISH STE.UIERlTH BEEF Washington, D. C. Bradford .
it I showing on your odometer. FROM ARGENTINE SUNK BY SUB Applications should be properly exe- County Bank I
I See that the brakes are properly cuted and filed with the commission at

j adjusted. Tight brakes cause frictionand Washington, D. C., at the earliest pos
1 friction takes power and hence At Atlantic Port, Sept. 25.-The sible date. ., I At]
..
f .. Bradford
: Financial MR*
xv gasoline, to overcome. British steamship Lanegra on her way I: County's Stronghold. tut
I Good lubricating oil is also essential from Buenos Aires to Havre with a Our Ndfthbort Burden. i

i 'I to gasoline economy. cargo of Argentine beef, was sunk by If a little fairy should appear and Starke Florida. hht
-i Finally, tires should be properly in- I a German submarine on September 3, make visible the load every mortal car o

: flated. Soft tires drag and require forty-five miles off Plymouth, according lies, some startling discoveries would N. T. RITCH, Prw. W.T Week. ViwPre.. CwW! 1V;
J. R RTTCH
more power to propel the car than to survivors of the crew who ar- result, and our sympathies and charIty ;
t tires containing correct air rived here American broaden.
pressure. on an steamship. -New York Evening Sun.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE }
SEPTEMBER 28117.
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r AS ONE GERMAN SEES IT. ing Class Union, Holmes said, told Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe Tommie Johnson Raiford. Florida Twenty-

members of the organization that theI. Old Standard !central strengthening tonic. eight A. J.shares.Johnson Raiford Florida Six shares. I.

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. That there are a great many peopleof W. W. and affiliated bodies would GIlOV Milaria.enrkhe$'1 TASTELESS the blood.chill aDd TONIC.driVei build.optheiy TOMMIE R. H. WEAVER, *.' 1
plentifully supply the draft resisters Urn. A true tonic. For adult and children. hoc JOHNSON.
direct German birth, and many A. J. JOHNSON.
with and ammunition I STATE OF FLORIDA
arms purchased
more of German descent, who are intensely with German TRESPASS SIGNS FOR SALE.fftfttlfffffffff. COUNTY OF BRADFORD. I
[ Live State News J pro-German in their sympa- money. Before me, I Notary Public in and for said
Scott Mitchell witness in evident I
thies in this country is not to be denied a + county and state personally appeared R. H.
fear of the oath of the organization, Weaver Tommie Johnson and A. J. Johnson -
nor indeed, to be wondered at, to me well known to be the persons described -
f f
LEGAL NOTICES
repudiated he had given be-
testimony in and who subscribed their names to
the Gainesville Sun. If we were
Told by Our Exchanges. says fore a United States commissioner in fffff.p + + + + + + + + the fordoing proposed charter and they severally -
to ourselves in their places we
put acknowledged before me that they exe-
Oklahoma City. He was arrested NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR
on a
doubtless would feel much as they do. cmuted the same for the purposes therein ex
) LETTERS PATENT.
= = bench warrant charging him with per- pressed.IN .
= But that there are many of the two NOTICE i* hereby given that the undersigned
A GULF PORT.-The American GUARD PLACED AT GRAVE OF jury. Under the oath of the organization will apply to the Honorable Sidney J. WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto
classes mentioned who are as loyal to set my hand and affixed ray seal this the nth
Goldfielda was seized Wednesday WIDOW OF.LATE H. M.FLAGLER revelations of its operations are Carts Governor of the State of Florida, on the day of September, A. D. 1917.
steamer the United States the who
as men can 8th day of October. A. D. 1917 for letters
here and subsequently her said to be punishable by death. W. H. ANDREWS. JR.,
near boast generations behind them of patent incorporating WEAVER DRUG COMPANY (SEAL) Notary Public.

' rew was arrested by federal agents, Was Wife of Judge Bingham-Left an American citizens is also true. And the original. under of the which following u now proposed on file in charter the office My commission expires me eta day of March

who charged them with aiding the en- Estate Valued at 70000000. when one of the loyal men speaks to LEMONS MAKE SKIN of the Secretary of State of Florida.R. A. V.A.LONG D. 1919.and E. M. JOHNS.

,'en>y. All the members of the crew, the: people of the country through the WHITE, SOFT AND CLEAR H. WEAVER.TOMMIE JOHNSON. Attorneys. 9-14-iL .
are Spaniards. Accordingto
except one, WILMINGTON, N. C., Sept. 21.- columns of a paper we all read and appreciate A. J. JOHNSON M. D.
the vessel is suspected of -
reports Proposed Charter of Weaver Drag CompanyThe
it much. BANK STATEMENT.
oil to German submarinesoff Guards were placed last night at the very undersigned hereby associate themselves Report of the condition of the Bradford
supplying This I
The from West- Make Lotion ForA
following clipped Beauty
The grave in Oakdale Cemetery here, I a together for the purpose of forming a corporation County Bank at Starke. in the state of Florida -
southern European port.
a where Mrs. Robert Worth Binkham, of ern paper of recent date will serve to Few Cents and See For under and by virtue of the Laws of the at the close of business Sept 11, 1917
members of the crews of the Goldfields State of Florida, with the following proposed Resource
now in jail here.KISSIMMEE.J.. Louisville, is buried, but members of illustrate the point better than we are Yourself. charter: Loans on real estate _____ 87116.00
are the family declined to say whether able to do it: Article 1. Loans on collateral security other .
his connection with "We have seen several articles about The name of this corporation shall be than real estate ________ 3o.050.40
action had
any WEAVER DRUG COMPANY and its business _
All other loans and discounts 75.130.5\
K. Singletary, of reports current yesterday that the Germans trying to raise strife in this What girl or woman hasn't heard of shall be transacted and conducted in the Overdrafts ___________ 832.52
Bradentown, has purchased 5,000 acres body was to be exhumed for examina- country. I am a German by birth andI lemon juice to remove complexion i State.>d States of Florida of America and other wherever states profitable of the Unit necessary State, county and municipal bonds 2,000.002o.ono.oo

of timber land of the well known Pf anSingletary tion as to the cause of death. am an American, heart and hand. I blemishes; to whiten the skin and to or convenient the principal place of Banking Other real house estate furniture___and__fixtures_ 6.861.50
tract, and he is erecting an Mrs. Bingham, who died suddenly will tell you why I left Germany. bring out the roses, the freshness and business hall be in the Town of Raiford. Claims and other rMouree ?__._ 9416.98

up-to-date sawmill near,Campbell sta- July 27 last, at her home in Louisville, There were ten in our family and we the hidden beauty? But lemon juice Bradford county, Florida.Article 2. Due Checks from and incorporated exchanges for banks clearing.___ 56030.24 4030.72

tion a few miles north of this city. inherited a fortune estimated as highas were poor like most of countrymen alone is acid, therefore irritating, and The general nature of the business or businesses !- Cash on hand ____ 9872.12
The machinery is expected to arrive $70,000,000 from her first husband, who come to good old United States of should be mixed with orchard white to be transacted or conducted by said
______________
America to corporation shall be: To engage In the wholesale Total 305340.99 i iLiabintles.
the next few days and get from oppression, this Strain fine cloth
away
within through
here the late Henry M. Flagler, an organizer way. a and retail drug business to fill prescriptions .
work of building the mill will com- of the Standard Oil Company and and it was a hard battle to keep the the juice of two fresh lemons into a and to engage in wholesale and retail Capital stock paid in ______ 25000.00
mence. The mill when completed will : president of the Florida East Coast I wolf from the door at that time. WhenI bottle containing about three ounces mercantile and commission business and to Surplus fund ______________ 10000.00
carry on any trade or business incidental thereto Undivided profits lieu expenses and
have a twenty thousand feet capacityper I Railway. She was married in Novem- : landed in this country I secured workat of orchard white, then shake well and or connected therewith to buy, sell, exchange taxes paid) ________ t.102.59
day and will employ 50 men. ber 1916, in New York to Judge Rob- once and received more money for you have a whole quarter pint of skin for itself or as agents for others al! Individual deposits subject to check-149.378.77
__
kinds of real or personal property to borrow Time certificates of deposit 6,100.00Cashier's
ert Worth Bingham, of Louisville., one month's work that I got in Ger- and complexion lotion at about the money for the use of the company and to issue checks outstanding 669.50
TAMPA.-That the personal obser- When Mrs. Bingham died, after an many for one year's work. I sent for cost one usually pays for a small jar notes or other security therefor and to Savings deposits _____112090.13

vation of the Florida Citrus Exchange lines sof two weeks, the cause of her my folks and am proud they are aH of ordinary cold cream. Be sure to deal other in negotiable mortgages paper notes in connection stocks bonds with the or Total -_________________305340.99
in line with the government esti- death was given as "acute heart dis- true American citizens and will an- strain the lemon juice so no pulp gets business of the corporation. State of Florida. County of Bradford, as:
ii turbance.; swer the president's call to arms into the bottle, then this lotion will remain Article 3. I. J. H. Ritch. cashier of the above-nanjed
mate on citrus fruits and that the crop The capital stock of this corporation shall Bank do solemnly swear that the above state
will be just about half the normal is I against Germany or any other coun- pure and fresh for months. When be Five Thousand ($5000.00) Dollars to be
try when needed."I applied daily to the face, neck, arms, divided into one hundred shares of the par
indicated by the following: A citrus GREATEST CANTILEVER BRIDGEIN value of Fifty Dollars each ment is true to the best of my knowledge and (
for said
don't see how my countrymen can and hands it should help to bleach payment: belief. J. H. RITCH. c
,
and capital stock be
of between 3,000,000 V4,000- WORLD HAS BEEN REARED may received in cash or in
crop for this by go back on Uncle Sam. They came clear, smoothen and beautify the skin. property. real or personal at a fair and just Cashier.
000 boxes is predicted year Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19th
C. E. Stewart, general manager of the here without a pent and made money Any druggist will supply three oun- Directors valuation therefor of this Corporation.to be fixed by the Board of day of Sept 1917. J. L. PEEK. .

Florida Citrus Exchange, who has just QUEBEC, Sept. 24.-The central here, now they want to fight the coun- ces of orchard white at very little cost Article 4. Correct-Attest: Notary Public.
the cantilever try that feeds them. The Kaiser nev- and the has the lemons. The term for which said corporation shall
returned from an extended tour of the span of Quebec bridgewas grocer ((99)]) exist shall be Ninety-cine Years. W. T. WEEKS _
er did anything for them for If N. T. RITCH.O. .
jtate. The normal crop is about 8- successfully bolted into place last or me. Article 5: .
J.
'000,000 boxes. There are said to have Thursday afternoon at 3:38 o'clock, he had we would be back there yet. All Whenever You Need a General Tonic The business of this corporation shall be conducted GRIFFIN. Directors. I
about 10,000,000 boxes in last linking together the arms of the larg- he did was to start this cruel war and Take Grove's. by the following officers: A President.
been Vice BILL FOR DIVORCE.In .
President,
est bridge of its kind in the world. The starve all our people there and make Old Standard Secretary and Treasurer anda
The Grove's Tasteless
year's crop, but only about 8,000,000boxes board of three directors the office of Sec- Circuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit of
were actually shipped. hoisting operations began last Monday soldiers out of everybody and force chill Tonic is equally valuable as a retary and Treasurer may be held by one and Florida. Bradford County.
morning and the span, which weighs them to work for his dirty 1 cents a General Tonic because it contains the the same person said board of directors may Daisy Millervs

5,000 tons, was lifted by hydraulic day with a fourth of a pound of meat well known tonic properties of QUININE be ment changed of the from by-laws time but to shall time by at no an time amend be W. Miller. Bill for DivorceC.

PENSACOLA.-Nine women, for- jacks a distance of 150 feet from and a loaf of black bread. I hope to and IRON. It acts on the Liver,Drives less than three or more than seven. The directors Notice to Appear.
pon-
district out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and shall be elected by the stockholders at The State of Florida to C. W. Miller
merly residents of the restricted toons in the St. Lawrence river. see the day when he is kicked out of Greeting
each annual meeting, and all other officers of :
Builds the Whole 60
System. cents. .
district, who had been in jail Today's work brought to an end the Germany and a president put in his up this corporation shall be elected annually by It having been shown by affidavit that the
since the order to abolish the district, critical part of the operations, virtually place. You don't see any Americans the board of directors as soon ai may be af- Defendant C. W. Miller is a non-resident of the i
ter the annual meeting of the stockholders. state of Florida and that the residence of said
were given their release from six completing the structural part of going over there for jobs or to any The annual meeting of the stockholders shall defendant is unknown and that there is no '
month sentences when Percy S. Hayes, the bridge. other nation. They are happy here 'Ask Your Grocer be on the first Monday of January of.each one in the state of Florida the service of a
of the year or at a time to be fixed by the by-laws. subpoena upon whom would bind said defend
who had championed the cause i and they don't owe allegiance to i
I any Until the officers elected at the first annual ant and that said defendant is over the age
women, reached the city from Talla- II.II..Jwae any king or kaiser. I hope Uncle Sam meeting shall be elected and qualified the business of twenty-one years.
with pardons for each of them. CORRESPONDENCE OF GERMAN will win. Hurrah for President Wil- S of this corporation shall be conducted It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged
I DIPLOMATS MADE PUBLIC. by the following officers: that the said defendant C. W. Miller
When released the women were informed son! R. H. Weaver President do appear to the complainant's bill of complaint 0
that if they returned to their "Stop all foreign papers printed in Tommie Johnson Vice President herein on or before the 3rd day of December i
CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES A. J. A. D. 1917 in default whereof decree
Johnson secretary and Treasurer. a
former method of living the pardons WASHINGTON, Sept. 22.-The the United States., If they can't read And the said R. H. Weaver Tommie John pro conferee*will be entered against the .
would be revoked and they would be State English let them learn to keep all for- son and A. J. Johnson Directors. said C. W. Miller.
their full time. Fourof Department made public yester- eign of the schools. Article .. It is further ordered that this notice be pub-
forced to serve day a message sent by Count von language out The lished in the Bradford County Telegraph a \
the women signified their intentionof Bernstorff in this whilehe English language is good enough for The highest amount of indebtedness or liability newspaper published at Starke in Bradford
January to which this
year corporation can at any county Florida once each week for eight
Brooklyn where they will anybody.-Jacob Cratss in Auburn
going to was German ambassador here, to time subject itself'shall be the sum of Fifteen consecutive weeks.
join their husbands, whom they recently the Foreign Office in Berlin, request- (Neb.) Republican. Thousand (15000.00 Dollars. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereuntoset
married, while another was The name and residence of the subscribing my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir-
ing authority to pay $50,000 to influence Best By Test incorporate together with the amount subscribed cuit Court on this the 19th day of September
'married within a few minutes after Congress through a certain or- STATE NOW CARRIES ITS OWN Every for are as follows: A. D. 1917. .
being released. R. H .Weaver. Raiford Florida Sixty.ix 1 W. T. WEEKS,
ganization.The INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS. shares. 9-21-81. (Seal) Clerk.

message- ,. dated January- 22, s
BUNNELL Complete returns from 1917, follows:
As fast as the policies expire or are
aU the precincts in Flagler county in- "I request authority to pay out up cancelled, all state property is being
a B B B B B BHBBO
dicate that the county went dry in the to 50,000 (fifty thousand) dollars, in insured against fire loss by the state MMl H B HHB MI MHM HMa l MMBl Bt H M HH l Mi MM H MMWHMHi VM MBH H Mi B MM

election Tuesday by an overwhelming order, as on former occasions, to in- of Florida, in accordance with a bill
majority. It is estimated that the dry fluence Congress through the organi- which passed the last session of the y

majority is 88 per cent. On accountof zation you know of, which can, per- legislature and was approved by the

not having paid their poll taxes 70 haps, prevent war. Governor. Already a large per cent

per cent of the taxpayers of the coun- "I am beginning, in the meantime, of the building property of the stateof Decision .

ty were disqualified and could not vote to act accordingly."In Florida is insured by policies car-

on Tuesday. There was great rejoicing the above circumstances a pub- ried by the state, a number of the insurance -
in Bunnell when the results of the lic official German declaration in favorof companies taking offense at

election became assured and one resi- Ireland is highly desirable, in orderto the passage of the bill and offering to

dent was heard to say that he would gain the support of Irish influence cancel their policies. The offers were

immediately commence the erection of here. readily accepted by the state.
twenty dwelling houses. Others wilflbejin The text of the message was given The law provides that whenever a

the building on fine homes at out without comment in the same policy lapses, that the Board of State

I once. Flagler residents now hope that manner as were the messages of Count Institutions of Florida shall insure the

St Johns will fall into line on October Luxburg, German minister to Argentina property at the same rate as existed The distinguishing mark of the successful business man is decision. He plansa
13th. and the letter of German ministervon with private insurance
Eckhardt in Mexico City, recently the fund derived from companies these prem-until course of business policy and sticks to it.

QUINCY.-Great excitement prevailed made public.WATSON iums shall aggregate $50,000. In case

[ among the people of this cityTuesday I of fire loss before the insurance fund The writer of this advertisement happens to know that the biggest farmer in

when it was learned that the DROPS FIGHT AGAINST thus created has reached sufficient Bradford
County began to plan to be a big farmer when he worked for day on
[seven year old son of Mr. and Mrs. THE DRAFT. size to pay the loss, the damage shall wages

[D. A. Stanley, who has started to be paid out of the general fund. The a farm, and mighty small wages at that. He planned for the future and he saved

[school that morning, had left and ATLANTA, Sept. 24.-Thomas E. State Insurance Commissioner pointsout part of what he made so that he could carry out his plans.If .
that railroads and other
[could not be found. Searching parties Watson, Saturday, decided to suspend many cor-
were organized and the Scouts porations are now carrying their own
Boy
publication of "The Jeffersonian" and
[mcers and others began scouring the "The Thomson Guard," abandon his insurance with a great saving. He you would succeed in life, first of all you must .'

[town and country in an anxious en- appeal of the case resulting in The says that the state of Minnesota pass- i il
deavor to find the little boy. The Jeffersonian being barred from the ed a similar law in 1913 and already a

iearch continued throughout the dayLad mails and not to further press the has saved $195,683, according to the

I it was.not until night that it was case of "The Guard" in connectionwith annual report this year of the insur-

earned that he had been put out of a the publication of which he was ance commissioner of that state.
gal by a at the Rosedalearm In an effort to have the last legis-
negro instructed to appear before the postal
i seven miles from Quincy, on the authorities in Washington today, according lature pass the bill, Mr. Luning pro- Decide Save
to Midway. By using the telehone to announcement made here duced figures showing the amount in to

: it was learned that the boy wast by J. Gordon Jones, one of Watson's premiums paid by the state on fire insurance -
and the amount received from
:.the home of Postmaster Maxwell at attorneys. "
fire losses for the past ten years, from
1. ITALLAHASSEE.The After Federal Judge Speer had up-
held the validity of the draft law in 1907 to 1916, inclusive. These figures
declaring Watson's Jeffersonian unfit showed the state up diuoatmfwypp
land trans- showed the state paid out for insur-
for second class mail privileges Wat-

ction Board that of has Trustees been pending of the between internal son bought The Guard, a small wekly ance in on that account time $113,574.37 of fire losses, but only received -i In this we can be of great assistance to you. Deposited in this Bank your sayings /
he had
Thomson. After
nprovement. fund of the state of given published notice at of appealing the Jeffer- $31,543.36.Mr. grow. We issue .Hme certificates drawing interest and we have recently openeda
i and the J. H. Tatum Land Co.,
Luning is satisfied that the new
Miami, since early in the spring, sonial case postal The Guard.authorities began in- law will result in a tremendous savingfor savings department, where regular pass books are issued, the interest being add
vestigating
been consummated at last by an Watson has consistently opposed the the state in the course of 10 years ed every three months to the amounts deposited. ",
meat and deed filed in the office
and he is promptly insuring all state
selective draft his in
and utterances **
f the Governor Wednesday by Special property with the state ofolFrida Make definite plans for the future and form
Dunsel Glenn Terrell of the drainage The Jeffersonian were declared in property with the state of Florida as a strong banking connection to help ]

calling for the sale of some- Judge Speer's opinion to be seditious. the old policies with private companies you carry out your plans. 'j ;
(
; over a hundred and ninety thou- expire.I. .
acres of Everglades land by the NEWSPAPER FOR CANTONMENTS.WILL BE PUBLISHED tj We especially invite young men who are in earnest about making a success to 1I !
t.to the Tatum Land for :
Company
rkes ranging from five to fifty dol- W.. W. WAS SUPPLIED WITH take advantage of our facilities for handling their business. -I 1

an acre, it being stipulated byon WASHINGTON, Sept. 25.-A four- FUNDS BY GERMANY.

i of the contract that the land page weekly newspaper devoted en- ,1 i

1 is to build a railroad from tirely to cantonment activities throughout ENID, Okla., Sept. 24.-Money pro-
Liami to Lake Okeechobee. Another the country and carrying no adver- cured from agents of the German gov- ate

of the deed has been sent to Mi- tising and to be distributed free, will ernment and disbursed through head- ;

> where it will be executed by the be published as the result of efforts of quarters of the Industrial Workers of Bank of Starke"

me" for the Tatum Land Corny public-spirited men throughout the the World at Chicago was used to pur-

within the next few days, all nation. The aid of newspaper editors chase arms, ammunition and suppliesfor

lions in the contract having located near the cantonment sites will the Working Class Union, "Jones
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agreed to by both the state and be enlisted. Three pages will be pre- family" and kindred organizations,

i Purchasers. pared at the New York headquartersof said to number forty or more, with a

the Young Men's Christian Associa- membership of approximately two'mil "The Bank of

EXAS 1 tion and the fourth page will be pre- lion, according to testimony in federal Helpful Service"l
GOVERNOR FOUND GUIL- pared and all press work done by some court here Friday in the trial of eleven

TY OF CHARGES. newspaper plant .in the cantonmenttown. draft resisters from Pottawatomie and e

President Wilson has given his Cleveland counties.J. STARKE :-: FLORIDA ;

[AUSTIN, Tex., Sept. 24.GovemorEo hearty endorsement of the plan. C. Holmes, who said he was a I

Ferguson, of Texas, was, government agent, testified that he
may, found guilty by the Senate The Telegraph-the county paper- had joined the Working Class Unionin E. S. MATTHEWS, President. T. H. HALLIGAN, Cashier.

fc. Court of Impeachment trying contains all live State and National Pottawatomie county last May on ,

.'a bill of impeachment. The news, as well as doings of the farm the advice of a recruiting officer. Offi- 4

i was 27 to .. and home folks. cers high in the councils of the Work-


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i< A T MARIANNA FLORIDA )

By H. Robinson, Formerly Assistant Surgeon, C. S. A.

A Surviving Participant.

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{ l. As there was no public an-I-on reaching this road dividing his for-

of Marianna Day, on the 27th (the ces, part making for the town in a direct -

niversary of the:battle of Marianna) line, and part by the Whiteheadroad. .
x- the W. T. Week's Chapter is giving The Federal troops comprisingthe

this excellent paper to the public. So expedition were three battalions, .
little has been said in history of this Second Main Cavalry, Lieut. Cot I. -u 71 Y ,

Florida battle, that this paper by the Spaulding commanding, one battalion _
sole surviving Confederate participant First Florida Cavalry (deserters) I
is especially interesting. Maj. Ruttkey commanding, and two r '

j companies mounted infantry, selected 1 sn
from the Eighty-sixth and Eightysecond : '
Among the minor engage- )
many regiment, Louisiana troops, V.
the Civil War of,1861-65 negro : :
ments during I
in all about nine hundred mountedmen _
few if that I
,
there were perhaps any
I well armed and under the chief ,
in fierceness and hand-to- .
surpassed command of their general, Alexander II I
hand encounters, was more effective I
or
I Asboth, U. S. A., who was an Hungarian -
its results than the fight 1 ,
in was
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adventurer and soldier of fortune. -
between Gen. Alex. Asboth and his U. i J
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The Enemy Appears. :
S. troops, and the Fla. Home Guardsat : ,
About mid-day the enemy made his _
Marianna Fla. the 29th of Sep-
on
appearance from the direction of the .
tember 1864 and the following succinct -
-
road and the little
Campbellton fronted v/1
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sketch of the raid by a participant /.ts
Spartan band deployed across the + 11 'J
not be altogether uninteresting. I ---I / I
t may ----f---
.. road on the main street behind their ..,...- d.
barricades between the Episcopal .---- 1 .
This raid was projected by Gen. i-
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church'and the Hunter and
building, r:: .
Asboth, as the accompanying corres- .
without warning demandfor
pondence (see War of the Rebellion, or making a ...-. \ ..
surrender, fired the church and -- J
Series 1, Volume 35, Part 2) shows: -
Hunter dwelling and comenced an indiscriminate -

"Headquarters District of West Flor- carnage. In the meantimethe -a.- -

ida, Barancas, September 12, 1864. Federal troops entered the town by =---- ;::::: -.. .... 4fI' '

"Major General Drake, Assistant Ad- the Whitehead road, attacked the .-T 7
jutant Geenral, Department of the home guards in the rear, thus com- \ I r" -_-
Gulf: pletely surrounding the handful of '-",'") _
Confederates. The home -:=. --" -. .1 --;=. .
guards .
"Major-I have the honor to report -. __ .1 W- -. -'
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.' that owing to information received fought bravely, but being without a V _
and forwarded yesterday, under No. competent commander, every man and

1045, I am to start on a cavalry raidin boy fought .for himself, killing and '. .. J
the northwest portion of West Flor- wounding over seventy-five of the en- --;;z -....... 1
Island the latter being General -.. '- _
ida. Going up the Santa Rosa emy among :.
'r and swimming the horses across the Asboth and Major Cutler. A merciless -- -

East Pass to the mainland, I will pro- slaughter of the home guards followed. --::-- --
and from Those in the and in the
ceed to Point Washington cemetery ,....
thence to Marianna and vicinity, returning Episcopal church who attempted to escape "
via'St. Andrews salt works. were pushed back by the brutal

My object is to capture the isolated Louisiana negroes on the point of their .." 'to -_.
, bayonets into the church Buying a wife with tobacco atnrrincy _
rebel cavalry and infantry in Wash- burning to
, ington and Jackson counties, and to be burned to cinders. The ladies in ,in thi old days Virginia ::

. liberate the Union prisoners confinedat the burning Hunter house fled for

Marianna, to collect white and colored their lives to escape the Federal sol "'
recruits and secure as many horses diers. A sick lady with her threedaysold ,fI, ;

and mules as possible. infant was miraculously saved af- .

. "Very respectfully, ter having been thrown out of a win-
"Your obedient servant, dow on a mattress. Many other hor-

; & "AS BOTH, rible scenes and incidents might be related For cigarettes, Virginia tobacco is the best

,.. "Brigadier-General." if they were not too sickening.-- .
Part of the home guard was mounted
the 1864 that of
During portion
I' year
and these tried to make their
escape -
West Florida extending from the Apalachicola -
to the
bridge the
across Chipola
I river in the East to the
I river. This bridge is located in the .
Chocktohatchee in the West, and from
,t.
eastern part of the town,
necessitating
the Southern Alabama line to St. An-
the passing of the and
drews the had but public square
Bay, Confederacy
I one military headquarters which was court house yard, where the Federal home
Virginia of cigarettes
rear guard was posted.In Sunny -
located at Marianna, under the com ; ::
mand of Col. A. B. Montgomery. His this square Yankee and Rebel i

force consisted of but five small, un- were in closest possible contact and "

disciplined and poorly-armed cavalry fought hand-to-hand. About thirty of Virginia is the place where cigarettes were ,
of the Fifth Florida the Confederates succeeded in escap-
companies, part .
Battalion of cavalry. These companies ing from the square to the bridge, born. And Virginia tobacco has the sunshine. :_

served and stationed among whom was the writer. The .
independently, were -
at various points on picket duty flooring of the bridge was torn up and I and charm of the South in it. Virginia tobacco ,
made impassable for the foe. Colonel
St. Andrews for the
I near Bay, pur-
pose of keeping a watch on the Fed- Montgomery, in trying to escape, was has J'sparkle1' and "snap" to its taste. And :

eral blockading vessels in that part of thrown from his horse into a ditch and .

the Gulf, and to keep an eye on the was taken prisoner. Upwards of fifty no tobacco except Virginia can have that. '

many deserters from the Southern boys and gray-headed men were killedor .

I army, with which that section of the burned. Of the enemy, twentysixwere _* 6aAO0oocc a r. .
country was infested. killed, among whom was captain It
and other officers, and about 1 F
On the 26th of September, 1864, fifty ;

.. pickets brought the report to Cot wounded. ,j IIt

Montgomery that a force of the enemy The few Confederates who succeeded r If,! tiy !
was approaching either via Vernon, in crossing the river at once reorganized -

Washington county, or else by Camp- and threw out pickets. A ._
I bellton, in the northwest of Jackson few hours after the fight Major W. H. The 'Virginia Cigaretteiedmont

county, and marching in the directionof Milton and Captain Jeter of the Con- '
Marianna. Colonel Montgomerymade federate cavalry troops arrived on the
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an attempt to locate the enemy, eastern shore of the river, and they,
but failed to obtain trustworthy infor- with their men and the remnant of

'" mation. He then made an effort to the refugees, held the bridge, and wir- 1k
concentrate his scattered forces at ed to Tallahassee for reinforcements.

Marianna. This, too, was unsuccessful During the night the enemy, being
for none'of the companies arrived foiled in their attempt, commenced to

at Marianna in time for the fight.In retreat, but before departing took all I

the meantime an organization of the horses, wagons, carts, household I
home guards was hastily effected. This goods, bed clothes, and even furniture I

: ., home guard company consisted of boys that they could lay their hands on, and !
under sixteen years of age, and elderlymen induced a lot of negro women to accompany -

over fifty to seventy-five years them.

: old, residents of the town and adjoin- Those of the little Spartan band of

._ : ing settlements, not exceeding a hun- Confederates who were not killed or
dred in all. This heterogeneous crowd wounded or escaped, including a num- NOTE i 300 million pounds. That's

; I -armed with shotguns, old flintlock ber of octogenarian non-combatants, how much Virginia tobacco was made ScandlOc .

t guns, and pistols, were put under the in all eighty-one persons (who were into cigarettes last year-over 4 times as '
immediate command of a Mr. Norwooda practically all the remaining white much as any other tobacco. And PieJ

civilian, who had not even served in male inhabitants) were carried off as moat is the bigger-relliag Yirginiil tigarttttin a package
the militia before he took command. prisoners and subsequently sent to the worlJ, ,
These boys and aged men bore the Fort Delaware, where the most of 0
,
brunt of the fight on the 27th day of them succumbed to ill treatment andthe

September, 1864, designated by the I climate.: Very. w: returned alive.
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old inhabitants as the "Marianna The Federal wounded, including Major -
Raid." Cutler, were left behind and their kill- .
ed they left unburied. Another result of the raid was the Mr. Anderson, of the militia; the fact WAR DEPARTMENT FAVORS EXAMINATION tion, Gen. Crowder points oats .
Early in the morning of the 27th conversion of a large number of lead- was that Mr. Anderson was an aged OF ALL ELIGIBLES of the 4,500 exemption bows II J
of September the news reached Colo- Betrayed by Telegraph Operator.The ing citizens who were Whigs and Un- non-combatant. He also representedthat United States are in the bars *

nel Montgomery that the enemy was scenes, on re-entering the town ion men in that section of the state Colonel Montgomery was a West' with acquired in the !tit":
within ten miles of the town. The on- next day, beggar description. Dead into ardent Confederates. Pointer; the fact was that he was Provost Marshal Crowder Seeking Advice ination speed could rush thrGG6
appointed they
available and From Governors of States. ,
ly military command to meet dying Federals and Confederateswere
General from civil further till-
Asboth's report of this fight life. He reports remainder of the list before
the Federals was Captain Norwood'shome lying on the streets in close con- (See War of the Rebellion, Series 1, "Although in consideration of the present year. Any fubat

guards. tact, the charred remains of those Vol. 35, Part 1)) to his superior is a the character of the fight our (his) I WASHINGTON, Sept. 27.-The advice it is pointed out, will at 1e&5t.
This company of home guards was burned in the church being almost beyond of of the various
loss is not large, yet it is deeply felt governors statesis ia theu
mixture of facts and false statements.He a great many changes
placed on active duty by Colonel Mont- recognition. The 1
vicinity of the claims by the whole command." Among the being sought by Provost Marshal boards. .
gomery in the western portion of the little church presented the ghastly appearance a brilliant victory, whilst killed Gen. Crowder relative to the advisability
Capt. Young, Seventh Vermont Another of
admitting that "the first advantage
town, at a point where two roads con- of a charnel house. charge upon of examination
holding for all
the Volunteers, Lieut. Ayer, Second Maine pos- this time is that diItk
town, with the rebel cavalry in men at
verge at right angles (one from Ver- The only white who volun-
person sible draft calls at the time
Cavalry. the wounded present fat
Among
front formed in line of battle" (Re- Majors would be given more time
non and the other from tarily went oft'with the
Campbellton); enemy was a while local and district boards in
Hutchinson and Cutler, are indtttrial
Capt. Stanley
into the heart of the town. On the degenerate native the marks: There was no rebel cavalry ation in considering e
telegraph the of the
oper- swing work. If
Capt. Adams, and Lieut. Moody of the .a majorityof really'
i within twenty-five miles) "and the militia pendency claims and
south side where these roads join and ator of the place, who betrayed his the
Second Maine Cavalry, and Lieut. Raleigh governors approve the plan, it would/mUtl
tt c sharpshooters" he meant the examinations also
(
form Main street located the people by the
was furnishing "
enemy copiesof is probable that ..
I his aide de He "I exemption boards will order **
camp. ,
says sible an
Episcopal church and cemetery on the the dispatches sent to Tallahasseefor home guard) "concentrated in the to arrange
; myself, was also honored by the rebels be advised to call the entire roll of of 'ftaII't
r ; north side of the street were several reinforcements, thus enabling Cot graveyard and church and other build- 7,000,000 in addition to the degree
by two balls the first in the face or more men who have not
two story dwelling houses, and the Asboth and his command to escape. ings on the left flank of the narrow ; been summoned for examination. ity and thus make the draft
cheek bons The
breaking
and the other
nearest to the road was Mrs. Hunter's Two days afterwards Col': W. W. path through which he had to pass, fractured my by left arm in two whole proposition, however, will be ly selective. ...,
places.
"
boarding house. Here the street is Scott arrived at Marianna with reinforcements was repulsed. The second, however, He closes his report: "I took Mariannaon submitted to the President for final .
about seventy-five feet wide. Colonel but the enemy was beyond led by myself (said Asboth) was a the afternoon of the 29th after decision. TOLEDO FIRM GETS CO:
,
Montgomery ordered a barricade put his reach, though he followed the Fed- brilliant and successful one, and all sharp engagement, the fol-a The suggestion made by Gen. Crow FOR JACKSONVILLE,
returning
at this point consisting of old erals far the troops, except the batta- ..
up as as Choctawhatcb.eeriver. my repulsed lowing night. der has for its object the quieting of -
and carts behind which and The resistance lion of the Second Maine be- a
wagons General Asboth Cavalry, feeling of unrest that has developed WASHINGTON, Sept. U-nt-i'
p in the church building he posted Nor- met with by the handful of home haved with the utmost gallantry and H. ROBINSON, M. D. in the minds of men whose order num- fight between W. P. and F r34.

wood's home guards. guards foiled his entire plans. In- secured for our raid a decided suc- Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 16, 1910. bers will appear early in the next ardson of Jacksonville, lot<

There ,is another road diverging stead of returning via St. Andrews cess." He further reports: "We cap- NOTE-The writer is now the only draft or the following call. Many of construction, contract at Oaf? it
t t from the Campbellton road leading to salt works which he expected to destroy tured eighty-one prisoners of war, 95 Confederate survivor who participatedin them would rather have their exami- terminated today SeerdQ

the rear of the town, to the residence and, if successful, would have stands of arms (this is not true; there this engagement. nations now so they will know what War Baker announced that
of Mrs. Whitehead, and thence to the been a serious loss to the Confederacy, were none to capture) "over two icontract ---
arrangements to make for the coming Sons of Toledo had-beeD
'v center of the town This road Colonell' and capturing the Confederate caval- dred fine horses and four hundred hun-I year. .t .

Montgomery left entirely unprotected. ry, he took hastily the shortest cut of cattle." He claims that I Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell In calling attention to advantagesto "

The enemy had competent guides, and I Ir I back to Barancas. prisoners was a BrigadierGeneral- everybody. Advert!** be obtained from an early examina TRESPASS SIGNS FOB'


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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 281917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE fi

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. "' about the way by which these tion. Indications' this year are that CLAY HILL. GUILFORD.Mr. LONG BRIDGE.
!. EXPLOSIVES ces were introduced into the sUbstan-1 cabbage crates will be twenty-five ,
cents each. It has also been discovered Tommie Hewitt of Lake But
ian territory; the very weevil Yar-
The cotton is causing the Misses May, Minnie and Myrtle
lice at all frontier stations that freight rates on cabbage in ler, was in our community Wednes-
measures
farmers of this vicinity much anxiety, borough, of Raiford, visited their sis-
MICROBES STORED = taken by the Roumanian government bulk are lower than on crated materialand but> the cane and sweet potato cropis day.Mr. ter, Mrs. Obby Moody, Saturday after-
since the outbreak of the war and continually if the difference is a fact it will J. E. Douglass made a business 'noon.
suf- aid the farmers in this sec- very promising. to Lake Butler
since greatly trip Thursday.
; made stricter ,prove Lois
Mrs. Caroline Tdnner of Jackson- Little Misses Drake, of Rai-
\ ficiently that these explosives and microbes tion. Not only will there be a savingin ,Dr. King, of Lake Butler, was seen Ocala
ville, was called to the bedside of her ford, and Willie Huckaby, of ,
I NEGATION can not have reached this country the price of crates, but there will in this community Friday.
Billie last visited their grandparents, Mr. and
:Mrs.
daughter, Starling
,
otherwise than by diplomatic cour- i also be a saving in tonnage, as each Mrs. C. C. McCall is slowly improving. -
I week. Mrs. Starling and two little Mrs. R. F. Merritt, last week.
crate about pounds. .
weighs twenty
ier. aftera Miss Dora Tison was shopping in
i "On the other hand there can be no This is one-fifth of the weight of the daughters are slowly improving Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Douglass madea Lake Butler Saturday.Rev. .
of sickness.
ANOTHER EXPOSE OF GER- doubt the final object of the importa- produce.i severe Rev. Jas.spell Strickland and Mr. Henry business trip to Lake Butler Friday. McGuire filled his regular ap-
tion into Roumania as well as about Mr. J. E. Douglass went to Lake
MAN TREACHERY GIVEN Taylor made a business trip to Law- pointment here Saturday night and
the use to which they were assigned. FIVE RULES THAT REDUCE COST ter Saturday. ,City last Monday night to get some Sunday.

The explosives and the microbes were OF FARM MACHINERY. Our school is progressing nicely, cotton pickers.Mr. Miss Nona Brown, of Sampson City
HANDLING OF TEUTON INTERESTS Steven Williamson drove
destined to be used in Roumania, very over o
but little Leonard Strickland, Irene visited her cousins, Misses Blancheand
IN BUCHAREST SHOWN IN probably in time of.peace. to Lake Butler Friday. Leona last Saturday.Mrs. .
1. Learn every adjustment and its Wilkinson and Effie Starling have been has Moody,
Mr. J. E. Douglass lately
STATEMENT OF SECRETARY. purpose. out on account of illness. Miss Clara'rescott chased Ford. pur- Plummer Moore, of Bunndl, I
r 'GOOD SHOWING shafts entered a is spending a while with her parents,
2. Oil all bearings, gears, Monday Prof. E. R. Poppell and Mr. Lager-
etc., where there is friction. Mrs. David Lang had as guests Sunday i Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews.
of Starke in
gren, were our community -
WASHINGTON, Sept. 24.-How 3. Keep all bolts and nuts tight and Mrs. B. L. Lang and three children business .
2,000 Recruits on Saturday.Mr.
Germany "shamefully abused and expotted" Has Furnished Nearly snug. and Miss Alice Prescott, of r
J. E. Douglass, accompanied by
the protection of the United Since April 1st. 4. Keep all machinery housed and Starke, and Miss Jennie Prescott, of
Mr. S. E. Johnson, of Lake Butler, mo- The Secret.
by secreting in the German legation Hill. Beauty
States give each implement a coat of paintat Clay tored over to Crawford lake to attend
at Bucharest, after the American First Lieutenant Bloxham Ward, of i least every two years. Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson and daughter, the association and
Sunday
government had taken charge of the 16th U. S. stationed at Mrs. Saturday, Ladies desire that irresistible -
infantry, 5. Grease all landsides, moldboards Fred Lang, visited Mrs. Starling Monday, both returning home Monday
Germany's affairs at the Roumanian Governors Island, N. Y., was born in shares, cultivator shovels, and disks last Sunday. night and report a good meeting. charm-a good
capital, quantities of powerful explosives Bradford county and studied the mili- when they are to be left out of use for :Mrs.: Henry Taylor had as guests Dr. and Mrs. King, of Lake Butler, C complexion. Of course
for bomb plots and deadly mi- tary science at West Point. He is evidently more than a day or so. Sunday, Miss Rosa Carter, and little were seen in this community Sunday.Dr. they do not wish others
crobes, with instructions for their use proud of the splendid showingof brother Clyde, and Mrs. Henry Hud- Reed Dicks, of West Lake Ham-
horses and cattle, in furnishing recruits to know a beautifier
in destroying was his native state /q
BEGIN THE FIGHT SOON. ilton county, the week-end with
revealed yesterday by Secretary Lan- for army enlistments. He sendsus on.Mrs.. Lizzie Austin and children, of his father Mr.spent T. J. Dicks. ,n 1 has been used so they

..lng.lt. a list clipped from the New York Starke, are visiting her parents, Mr. buy a bottle of
was another of Mr. Lansing's series Times of September 11th, showing All the authorities on the boll wee- and Mrs. J. Starling.

of disclosures of German intrigue, I how Florida stands in this respect vil agree that a fight on this pest tobe Miss Mae Tanner, of Strickland, is NEBO.The Balm
made public without comment in,the compared with many other states of effective must be made before frost visiting her aunt, Mrs. Billie Starling.Rev. ladies relief Magnolia
tame manner as the von Luxburg telegrams much larger population: falls. If the destruction of the cotton Jas. Strickland, was called toOak society gave a box I i LIQUID FACE POWDER
which have brought Argen- Obtained Total stalks is delayed until after frost to assist his brother in a revival supper at Oak Grove Saturday night
i for the benefit of the Sunday school.It bd u..according to dump dire iou. Improvement
the of with Ger- Since there is need of them
tina on verge war Sept. no destroying this week. u noticed at '
many, the von Eckardt letter from State 8 & 9 Apr. at all, so far as the boll weevil is con- Messrs. H. B. Hudson, Fred Lang was well attended and enjoyed by tefrethuc. Heels]

Mexico City and the von Bernstorff Alabama _____________ 9 2,362 cerned. When frost falls the weevil ana Barney made business all present. They received a neat sum Pink.
Lang
[telegram asking the German foreign Arizona __ ____________ 0 325 goes into winter quarters and can live Jacksonville Saturday.Miss a tripto of money which speaks well for the so- 15c.., 1),

office for authorization to spend $50- Arkansas __ __________15 1,307 without food until the young cotton Dora Carter the with ciety. Sample (
spent day left
Mr. H. A.
000 to influence congress. California __ ________58 7,878 starts in the spring. Mrs. Jas. Strickland Sunday.Mr. Conner Saturday for Lyon.Co.. 40
latest is told in __________ 2 Farmers the being Jacksonville where he went to spenda
The story a reportto 'Colorado __ 1,865 all over state are Geo. Wilkinson, who is spendinga
few
[ the state department from William 'Connecticut __ _______ 3 2,513 urged to destroy their cotton few months in Colorado for his days with his daughter. Mrs.
N. H.
Frier.
(Whiting\ Andrews, secretary of the *Delaware __ _________ 2 491 stalks by October 15th. The crop will health, writes that he is getting along Mr. + + + + + + +
Mrs.
lion at Bucharest, and a letter Dist. of Columbia _____ 7 543 probably all be out by that time. The fine. We hope he will soon be restorer R. and J. J. Brannen and Mrs.J. +'

m Foreign Minister Parumbaro of 0 Florida __ ___________ 5 1,780Georgia stalks may either be burned or cut ti perfect health. Brannen were visitors at the +
ania.Parcels. 0 __ ____________37 5,094 and turned under deep. In destroying Several of our young.men have been home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Crawford- + Opposite

and boxes taken into the Idaho __ _h____:..____ 0 1,066nlinois the; stalks as early as the middle of called:; to serve in Uncle Sam's army. Sunday.Mr. + water, Times.'I;
Mrs.
consulate at Bucharest with __ ___________41 17,415 October the undeveloped weevils are We hate to tee them go, but may theybe Ft. Call and W.the 0. Dicks, of near + rooms ? t
I play of great precaution aroused Indiana __ _________-22 9,863Iowa destroyed and it is claimed that manyof allowed to return safely to their Oak Grove, attended box supper at + sons, same ;

i suspicions of the Russian govern- __ _____________23 5,283Kansas the mature weevils will be starvedto homes when the strife is over. All Mr. Saturday night. + $1.50; two
nt. On August 27, 1916, the even- : __ ___________12 3,9443,389 ; death before time for them to hiber- honor is due the brave boys who go to to Lulu J. C. Brown was hauling cotton +

prior to the date of Roumania's Kentucky__ __________11 nate, or go into winter quarters. Na- fight for our homes and nation. A. Tuesday.N. + + + + + + +
laration of war, some of the cases Louisiana __ __________ 1 2,164Maine ture has made these little pests so that Conner went to Lake Butler

re taken to the German legation, __ _____________ 8 996 their feeding season is coincidentwith Clay Hill School Honor Roll Saturday.
ted in a different building from the Maryland __ ________-11 2,079 the growing of the matter they Requirements: are perfect atten- Messrs. Leslie and Avery Parrish,
aulate. Convinced that the boxes Massachusetts __ ____24 10,308 feed upon. Cotton continues to grow dance. good deportment and punctuality. of Dukes, were seen in our vicinity on Worth

ere not taken away from the legationthe Michigan __ _________25 8,909, and put on ,young fruit until frost Tuesday last. 'Tis well to
German diplomatic mission on Minnesota __ _________ 5 4,102 falls. The boll weevil is so constituted Primer-Leonard Strickland and Mr. D. R. Edenfield is on the sick but It's at

i departure from Bucharest the Rou- Mississippi __ _________ 2 1,109 I that he feeds until frost falls. Then Katie Wilkinson. list. We hope. for him a speedy recov- have a mind
First Grade-Alonzo
authorities later ordered the Missouri __ __________10 8,413 he can live without food until a new Third Haymans. ery. with.Buffalo
lice to find and examine their con- Montana __ __________29 2,113 supply of food comes on in the early Grade-Eliza Strickland'
Maude Wilkinson and Irene Wilkinson.
nts. The police communicated with Nebraska __ _________10 3,44 summer. This is how it happens that f.
Fourth Grade-Leo. Wilkinson.
aerican Minister .Vopicka. then inof Nevada __ ___________ 5 1,003 the destruction of the cotton stalks, ,
irge German interests, who re- New Hampshire __ ____ 0 652 some weeks before frost falls will t

ictantly assigned Secretary Andrews New Jersey __ ______-10 6,554 'cause many thousands of the insectsto The damp, cloudy weather of late I The
observe the search. The boxes were New Mexico __ ________ 0 369 starve to death. He is cut off from has been ideal for the setting out ol Problem Solved
and buried in the garden of the Ger- New York __ ________33 22,774 his supply of food before he is readyto cabbage plants and a large acreage: .

In legation. North Carolina ________ 5 1,541 quit eating. has been planted.
Admitted Buying Explosives.Mr. North Dakota __ ______17 783 There ought not be a cotton stalk i '

Andrews' reports says: Ohio __ _____________50 9,938 standing in Bradford county after the 000 0da0a + + 0::1 By
'Upon my return from the examina Oklahoma'\ __________19 3,214 week beginning October 15th. Those 4
n which resulted in the discovery of Oregon __ ___________ 2 3,073 farmers who leave them standing un- 0 TRAIN SCHEDULE. 4,
explosives; and of the box of mi- Pennsylvania __ ______74 23,052 til frost falls can count on making Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. i

bes, both of which the legation ser- Rhode Island __ _______10 1,085' very little cotton next year, if they 4> ,New time table went into effect 0 0

its admitted. having placed in the South Carolina __ _____ 2 1,129 now have boll weevils in their cotton 4> 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May 6, 1917, 4 .
the former confidential South Dakota __ ______ 5 999 fields.
en, agent 4> and trains will run as follows: 4 The Home Builders
[the German minister, Dr. Bernhardt Tennessee __ _________11 3,056 4>
o had been left with the legation atGerman Texas __ _____________24. 7,277 GRAHAM.Mr. Jacksonville to Tampa. 4 i '.

minister's request to as- Utah __ _____________ 6 1,901 4 No. 3-_______________10:55 a. m. 0 j k.
; in-the care of German interests, Vermont __ ___________ 0 135 4> No. 1_______________11:14 p. m. 4
'tied his knowledge of the explo- Virginia __ ___________ 3 1,565 Riley Wasdin and mother, Mrs. 4> No. 15 "Floridian"2:37 p. m. 4 That leaky roof will give you no I
es placed in the garden; told me Washington __ _____._14 3,020 H. D. Wasdin, are visiting relativesin 4 :
I re were in the garden than had West Virginia __ ______ 2 2,089 Georgia, traveling in the former's Jacksonville to Cedar Key. 4 more trouble if covered with Neponset :
found, that a stil larger quantitybeen Wisconsin __ _________ 9 2,082 E No. 21_______________ 4:50: p. m. 4 I
buried in the house of the le- Wyoming __ _-------- 1 693. car.Mr.. Jesse N. Surrency, of Tampa, Composition Roofing.
ion; and that still worse thingsthis Quota obtained. attended to business here this week Tampa to Jacksonville.No. 4 ,

\. i box of microbes were con- Total quota, 183,898. and visited relatives 4_______________ 3:26 p. m. 0
ea in the legation and insinuated Total obtained Sept. 8 and 9, 674. Justice E. T. Stewart, of this place, 0 No. 2__________:_____ 4:51 a. m. 4 A word to the wise is-.wasted. .k
t they would have been found even I Total obtained since April 1, 207,223 is in Jacksonville at this time (Tues- No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. 4 .
e cabinets of dossiers which I had day) attending to business. 0 I J

... eeL Mrs. A. E. McKinney and Miss Ma- Cedar Key to Jacksonville. o I $1.25 to $4 .
ARGENTINA SENDS ULTIMATUMTO per square I ,
4 No. 9:18: a. m.
Bernhardt also stated that all bel McKinney, of Louise, with Mrs. 20..r-----------
THE GERMAN GOVERNMENT l
.
objects had been brought to the E. D. Abernathy and Miss Beatrice e .
motored to Brooker Saturday Starkend Wannee. an legation after our legation Abernathy
j accepted the protection of Ger- BUENOS AIRES, Sept. 23.-The afternoon of last week. 4 (Daily Except Sunday) 4

interests, which agreed with the Argentine government has sent an ultimatum Mr. Geo. Bevill and family with Guy 4 No.No. 104 101 Arrives Leaves Starke Starke 6:45 2:45 a. m.m. 4 4 Quigly Lumber & Supply Co.

"d( lent of the servants. A similaression to Germany, demanding a Pinholster, all from Brooker, were recent p. f ;
was made to the minister formal statement from'the govern- visitors in the home of the for- E> T. J. GRIFFIN,
lis man.Tie ment of its attitude toward the behav- mer's brother, J. R. Bevill, this place. Agent. 0 I Starke, Fla. 1
protection of the United Statesin ior of its minister here. Mr. Forrest Reynolds and familyare e 4 L .

this manner shamefully abused So far the Argentine governmenthas visiting relatives near Macclenny; $ 0006000Q0 -) "'
exploited. In this instance, at received no explanation since the this week. .1
:, the German government Can not American disclosures of the affair, andit The convention of Christian churches
recourse to its usual system oftyore is understood that radicals in the will convene with the local church 1j j
.. Chamber of Deputies have prepared a Saturday morning, Sept. 29th. Don't ,i j

boxes were taken from the resolution which they intend to intro- forget the place and date. It is hoped 1 I
in the garden. Fifty of them duce declaring a state of war already that these meetings will be profitableand
fined each a cartridge filled with exists with Germany. enjoyable. Refreshments on the
'toluene saturated with mono- ground Sunday. Rev. W. T. McGuireis WHEN AND WHERE TO BUY

teluene, among the most power- MILTON in Santa Rosa pastor. j
!. plosives known, one-fifth of each county are interested in the plans of: Mr. A. C. Crews, principal, Mrs. 0

.*all being sufficient to tear up a rail- Mr. Burkhart, formerly of Pascagoula, M. Maines, first assistant and Miss .
la track. In the other box were bot- Miss., who endeavors to demonstratethe Mae McKinney, primary, makes up the -
of liquid found to be cultivations of this section in the faculty of the local public school for ;
possibilities
This is an absorbing question right now. All are asking, "Will prices go
e microbes of anthrax and glan- growing of garden truck in sufficiently the fall and winter term which will 't'

r It bore a seal showing it came large quantities for- car lot shipments. open'Monday, Oct. 1. higher?" ..1
j the German consulate at Kron- Mr. Burkhart is an experienced truck .

Hungary, and inside was found I farmer, and met with excellent success LIFT YOUR CORNS I This store can answer the question as to WHERE to buy. Our stock
written note in German, saying: in ;Mississippi. He believes the
11i OFF WITH FINGERS
Planned Death of Animals 0 soil here superior and general condi- was purchased on a market much lower than the present one. We are sell. '

closed four phials for horses and tions more favorable than at any oth- ing at corresponding LOW PRICES. 1
for cattle. To be employed as er point on the gulf coast. Tells How to Loosen a Tender .

;c rly for arranged.200 head. Each To be phial introduced is suf-, Corn or Callus so it Lifts We can help you to practise REAL ECONOMY in the purchase of all
COVE. The Southern Cattle -
I sible, directly into the animals' GREEN Feeding Company- is in sore need of Out Without Pain. family supplies. Come in and we will PROVE TO YOU that we have all
: if not in their'fodder. Pleasea
a'aM little report on the success ob- help to gather it crops of cowpeas, of You reckless men and women who lines of staple goods at ECONOMY PRICES.
i there; in case of good results which it has a large acreage, in all are pestered with corns and who have

aftll (resence of Mr. Kostoff for one having some 6,000 acres of all kinds of at least once a week invited an awful We holding special sales Saturday and will offer at-
re would be desirable." crops in' cultivation, including 3,000 death from lockjaw or blood poisonare are every many
-I i.' ign Minister Porumbaru accom acres of corn, and 300 of sweet pota- now told by a Cincinnati authority; tractive bargains at these sales. We have added a fresh line of DRUGS and

t his letter to toes, peanuts, chufas, cane, sorghum, to use a drug called freezone, which
..}. with documents
.
GARDEN SEEDS stock and invite in these lines.
- : the origin of the boxes and their etc. The company estimates its crops '0,'the moment a few drops are appliedto to our your patronage
its. of cowpeas in sight at about 20,000' any corn or callus the soreness is
Ins been possible to in an bushels. The: company has some 6,500( relieved and' soon the entire corn or Remember that we sell PETERS' SHOES with a money back guarantee
... prove head of cattle and 1,500 head of hogs, callus. root and all, lifts off with the
uted he said "that before
does
. yay and hogs were graded last week at the fingers behind every pair than not wear satisfactorily.
..' ilaration of war to Austriary -
when observing strict neu- Jacksonville stock yards at 16 cents. :Freezone dries the moment it is applied -
= and keeping up normal rela- Careful attention is given by the com- and simply shrivels the corn or .

|with the German empire, the pany to guarding against cholera and callus without inflaming or even irritating -

uel of the German legation, vio- other diseases. the surrounding tissue or skin.
:, aQ rules of neutrality, and all A small bottle of freezone will cost THE SHRIVER COMPANY .

-- of diplomatic missions, intro- LEESBURG.-High cost of crates very little at any of the drug stores, I
landeitinely considerable quan- indicated, with high freight rates on but will positively rid one's feet of
t t an extremely powerful explo- crated cabbage may mean that Florida every hard or soft corn or hardened

, cultivations of microbes des- will soon commence sending its cab- callus. If your druggist hasn't any BROOKER FLORIDA
U'(: o Wed domestic animals aneqnenee d bage crop to the market in bulk, just freezone he can get it at any wholesale ,
susceptible of provok as watermelons are sent now, accord- drug house for you. (60)

rible epidemics also among the ing to a statement made by Capt. F. ,
.' population.re C. W. Krammer, sales manager of the Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell

a can hardly be any doub Lake County Truck Grocers' Associa- everybody. Advertise

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1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER %8, 1111',

; PAGE SIX

t This election will soon be at hand, SUIT AGAINST PAYING SALAR- BROOKER CORRESPONDENCE. EXPERTS ORDERED TO TIC ,J
: who obtained service from his subjects is expected that IES OF TAX COMMISSIONERSClaimed TO COMBAT BOLL WEEVIL \
: Telegraph when it confidently
Indian County false until they have followed -
k on pretenses the liberals will win. If they win, (Continued From Page 10.) -
him to ruin; filling every coun-
there will be a complete housecleaning That No Appropriation Was WASHINGTON, Sept.
with and who 26.-To
try spies propagandists,
Published Weekly, and entered u aecy know not honor ruthlessness and but if they do not, a revolution Made by Last Legislature. School opens Monday, October 1, bat the dreaded pink boll
only worm
,
!
at lie) expected, followed by a vacant with Prof. A. J. Griffis, of Starke, as WBJA'has
.natter at the post-office may been discovered
dais near
GIld who will corrupt others, as they have Hearne Tez.1
Miss Eunice Robinsonand :
L I been throne, a queen traveling posthasteback TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 25.-Members principal and as, twelve experts from the
Florida. themselves
Starke corrupted whenever buretjaf
and several Edyth Williams as assistants. We
home to Germany of the tax commission had no entomology, department of
f emoluments, fear or misrepresentations )high officials on. their way to safer statement to make this afternoon on have been cut short one teacher for have been ordered to Hearne agricaltB -:-*

'. E-S.: MATTHEWS Editor and Owners can do so; who has perverted quarters. The nation is not in a humorto the bill filed in the Leon county circuit the coming term, but it is expectedthat Dr. W. D. Hunter, in charge of uade :

il ; B. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor es God-given; converted knowledge to the basest us- stand any more nonsense. court against State Comptroller the fourth one will have to be ad- ern field crop insect investigatioa SoutL.y_:
through false rf
...!'t. teachings Ernest Amos to enjoin him from issu- ded.Mr. the bureau, who left Washington ;
.
t';..- naturally humane soldiers into savage The Pasco County News, printed at ing warrants for the salaries of the Theodore Clemons, of Jackson- Texas last week. j.'

,:: ,SWEDEN'S PERFIDY. beasts, leaving misery and abhorrence Dade City, has come to our desk. It members of the state tax commission ville, is visiting relatives here this ";
An
..it t in their wake; breaking all laws, hu- is published by the Pasco County I for the quarter ending September 30, week. horticulitural announcement board by the f -J

'... i Whatever may be said in condemna- mane and: divine, and keeping no : Printing Co. and edited by D. W. Pin- 1917. Prof. Griffis was attending to school experts will work ,said under which Gt''
pledgeS-not
that
'l'ii.o: tion of Sweden's violation of neutrality a warrior but a monster, holster, Jr. Mr. Pinholster is a Brad The bill sets forth that there is no matters here last Saturday. field Hearne" federal 1

; ,; .. the fact remains that the Swedish unlike anything found in human an- ford county boy, who will, no doubt, appropriation out of which such sal- Cotton picking is the order of the ties men at and state author,;f

......, ,",. government, not the Swedish people, nals have! We fear Johnson's muse would make good in. the journalistic field. aries tan be paid, as the last sessionof day now and quite a bit of the fleecy are boll carefully from the picking and bunsia.! ,1

;jJt ;' are ultimately to be held responsible fled in disgust before. he had finished The news is a neafly printed paper, replete the legislature failed to make an staple is being hauled in. every cotton in which the seven-acre pink hews 4 J

: t. for it. The Swedish king married a with news and well written edi- appropriation for such expense; that Uncle Henry Pinkston, of Miller, at- discovered. The worm 1JU'
Now stalks and
%. and her influence in watch the impending finish of torials. Success Jo; Bro. Pinhol- and all frig.
here
f .-'., : \ German princess the "world you chapter 6500, acts of 1912, creatingthe tended services Saturday ments of boll and seeds also
wfll
(.)- '4 court circles has been much the same conqueror: To begin with ster. tax'commission is unconstitutionaland Sunday. V?
his gathered burned.
.', ; '. as that of the czarina in Russia and own censors keep him in ignor- void, so far as seeks to make an Miss Edyth Warren, of Clayno, attended and :

e;r -. ;. the queen in Greece. The Swedish ance of his reverses. ,After sacrific- CATTLE COMPANY THREATENED"Mr. appropriation for the salaries and expense church here Sunday.Mr. The experts ordered to Texas s'fI

I ..' ; queen may in the end deprive the king ing his millions of lives and impoverishing for the state officers, and is in Dock Lewis has bought him a I co-operating in the work at Hearat.l; ;:;:

'l j' I I of his throne, as did the Russian and he country and losing every friend, Mclconoly, Sir-I would like direct conflict with section 2, article I fine milch cow. will be assigned to the vicinity of QC

, f 4 ,f \ Grecian. The Argentine affair has not he is sees about the breakers ahead and that the Southern Cattle Feeding Co.:, of 2, of the state constitution.The Uncle Jack Sowell, who has been cotton seed oil mills in Texas to wkfcl! -
to Mexican seed
t ,1 increased her popularity. become stranded, and legislature at its last session was shipped last 7ev
I therefore Green Cove Springs, sends us the let quite ill, is improving slowly.
makes and which be
" ;' I So/keeping this distinction between each ,overtures for peace, ter below postmarked'Starke, froman passed an act by a large majority, Mr. B. Moore, of Mulberry, visited may points of dissemiak

f i.\-' .'' i''I !" government and people constantly in than *KeW'preceding.one being more moderate anonymous writer to him, with the abolishing the tax commission, but the relatives here last week. I tion for the pink boll worm, YhiQ '

;t, ;' I : ,I mind, as well as the democratic tendencies end of his "_But-such is request that we print it, as well as his governor vetoed the same. The county convicts have been located came from across the Mexican bordez

;i .y : of the Swedish people, criti- glory his enemies will own comments on the letter: here for the past two weks. The horticultural board's statemett
I } cism of Sweden must be more or less go on thrashing him till he writhes said the worm discovered at Hesnt
in
iiaW I the dust with "Starke, Fla. EXAMINATION HELD THIS WEEK We are glad to know Miss Lubidia
I his undoubtedly escaped from
spine
i
and wholly directed against broken infest
tempered and his I
: fan de t "Mr. Mclconoly, SirMI would like Mott is up from aVevere attack of
j' It the government. Sweden's perfidy is i --.w s royed-it; IS not safe to Mexican seed before the board estabY''
!tj: quit to call attention to malarial fever.
t
t sooner. He has found your your manage- (Continued From Page 1.) lished 'quarantine against the '
its
i its government's perfidy, not people's at last that he leejl-
is ment The Cattle feeding corns Busi- Mr. Willie Clemens of Jacksonville N
rj.j.; j condoned not the almighty he some months ago. I
be '
and is not likely to. thought he
--1- ; his was; ness. They have their land fenced was in burg Saturday fterndon.lr. .
by the people. Indeed, the Argentine antagonists have matched his 1163-Rob Andrews, New River. our .
L f with men They will not allow other peoples } Riley Wasdin and Seeber New- -- -
4 { episode is likely, in the end, to prove more me.Jf his steel with better 146-Arthur James-Mills, Lake But-
steel, his science with stock to feed or stay in their pastures som, of Graham, were in our town on NOTICE.Having .
.!)):. of tremendous influence in extending superior science ler.
.his & yet they keep their cattle outside on Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
+ S ..f 1 democracy to the Scandinavian penin- cunning with sharper astuteness. 843-John Simon, Starke. -
and the public range D. W. Pinholster of Lake But-
,
they will
rIigx \ sula. In kingdoms as small as'that of dictate the terms 1050-Elter Rosier, Lulu.
of
t j "Now tel this state of been called for
peace when we you plainly ler, was attending to business here service j>
"::5 1 Sweden, autocratic government must arrived.Do they think the timhasPaen affairs has got to stop you must keep 100& Wash. I. Roberts, Raiford. Monday. U. S. Army, I have left my account .

" be made responsible to the people for ther cattle in the the 229-James Price, Lake Butler. with Mr. Jos. E. Wilson the
f I not Jet pastures or open Mr. Smiley Pinholster, of Jacksonville at iV
the safety of the people-Ex. us be too 410 John Bell, Lake Butler. I
.
r:. f peace. Now that for pastures to the Public. is spending the week here with stract office and will appreciate.year
we have entered the "What the will be in 299-James.Daniel Furman Bell, Lu- making settlement with him.
consequences friends.
fray Jet
} I FACILITIES. us not leave it .
OUR SHIPPING before lu.1075William
i}. struck the decisive blow. The"have case you fail or refuse to doe this you Elbert Thornton, Lake Mrs. H. }I. Donaldson and daughter 9282t. Dr. A. H. Freeman.CLASSIFIEDD..

looks to world will learn latter on. I Pearl, of Brooksville, are visitingher
... us to do it-the blow Butler.1189David ....
that "Butt said that the has stood
people
According to information given out will annihilate Prussian as Roan Burke, Graham. daughter, Mrs. L F. Surrency, :
Y forever. militarism all of your over Bearing way that theyare here this week. :
L Rhodes state We
'\ .. by M. marketing commissioner may not Owe this 750-Alonzo Goodge, Sampson City.
a
; Florida has 5,963 miles of to the world, strictly duty going to stand Mr. Jim Douglass, of Alachua, visited -
Moorer Vann
58
Lawtey.
"l- railways. The Atlantic: Coast Line least we owe it to Our speaking own but at "Now if you dont want trouble get 150--William Thomas Hersey, Lake his father, Mr. J. A. Douglass, ,

leads with 2,106 miles. The shortest Yet, America has country. your or the company cattle in the pas- Monday and Tuesday. A
always Butler: 4
been the ref- FOR SALE-Three horses. i"'
sz road is the Madison Southwestern, uge of the oppressed let her tures. 19-Noah Howard, Lawtey. Mr. John Robers, of Worthington, Geo
; .
now be Gardiner Starke. S.15-ti
t S with only 7% miles of track. Only the defender of the weak the 400-Abram Willie Johnson, Lulu. was in our burg Monday morning.Mr. <
of the bearer Green Cove Springs, Sept. 26. Fred Hazen and Mrs. L. F. Sur- -
' .b= one county in the state, Monroe, is torch of
liberty. M. L.
4
Bradley Lawtey.
And ,
-
thus
without railroad. U8 do all let To The General Public: motored to Worthington Monday FOR SALE-Stovewood-75 cents perlf
a we rency
s can to
Gilbert Stewart
cv speed 115 Lawtey.
-
While Bradford does not soldier our brave We are very sorry indeed that the afternoon. load delivered or 50 cents at naUl
r county boys on their Starke"
s? head the list as to the length of rail- hold up their arms while holy mission, and writer was too cowardly to sign the 180 832-John Cleveland Callaway,New River. Prof. Julian Collins visited the coun- Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. !
they -Sy ,
are destroying above letter. We know that Starke or .
.
I seat Monday
in ty
mileage she stands at the head the
way / greatest evil 206 Ranee Parrish, Guilford.
another respect. Her 97"4 miles of has ever known the world Bradford county has only one such, if Wilson Lake But- Mrs. E. J. Ward and two daughters, FOR SALE-Piano at a bargain.Mn.5
1 228
,
he lives in town We -Sandy Vany Catherine Teare, Lawtey. 9-214th
railways are so distributed that no your or county. Thelma and Onarita, who had been ;
ler.
part of the county is over seven miles'j think he is a foreigner. All of the I spending sometime here, left for their
136-Jesse Melton Kerce, Lake But-
FOR f'ALE-One mule -?
NEARING A rattle on in county home afternoon. wagon tad
from a station, and most parts are HEAD. open ranges your Monday :
ler. :
much less than that. Several sections were bought from owners who at the A Ladies Aid Society was organizedby harness, cheap. Sam Rosenberg'Starke. .
8-72-Jobn I. Marr Highland.
The i time lived there and according to the ladies the Free Will 8-31-tf. I
the of Baptist
r x are so well favored in this respect that next European country likely to I 430-Luther Bailey, Lake Butkr.
have two three stations all be slated for use and custom were left on their us- church last Sunday afternoon. The .
they or a revolution is Sweden. 328-Louis Nettles Lulu.
Edgar LOST-Automobile tire "Diamond
to choose between when it That country ual range. However, at least three or first meeting will be held at the homeof 1;
nearby, at the '
outbreak of the 965-Joseph Thornton, Raiford. .
30x3% Reward for recovery by Ed \
four weeks before received the
we Wednesday
Marefoot next
comes to shipping produce. No other world war, decided to be'neutral Mrs. P. M. -
and, 96-George Auston, Lawtey. Burnsed, Starke. I
as far anonymous letter we began gatheringand afternoon at 3:30. All the lady t
\ county in the state, not even Duval excepted as concerns home matters has 896-Charlie Whitten, Hampton. ,
moving all our cattle wherever located of the church and all others,
members
has such good shipping facili- with I
4 great cost herself-
to Dukes.
Sonlt' Johnson next
,
On 1098-Acy FOR RENT-6 room cottage j!
"- inside fences. Last be
invited
'AJ ties has Bradford. of her our year we who feel interested are to :
; as peculiar
geographical 624-Robert Mills, Starke. door to C. P. Cason, on Call itrett.\
did not have sufficient feed to do so. i
The of the different railways position she has at this meeting.We
e mileage been "between the devil 570-Thomas Abney King, Starke. J. W. Andrews & Son. 974tFOR / !
We are gathering all our cattle in, not much to chroniclethe ,
iS of the is follows The and the regret very
\ county as : deep Sea" at all times 544 Madison Johns, Starke. s
and
i. keeping because of the threat of the man who -Perry I deaths of Mr. Carter Newsom and 1I' I
I Georgia Southern & Florida, 33% strict
neutrality has A. Raiford. sale
r been a 1021-William Browning, SALE-I have for or Vet
1 miles the Atlantic Coast Line 234 very difficult matter was afraid or ashamed to sign his Uncle Tom Dyal which occurred last
; but she has allowed 747-Charlie Lee, Starke. change in the vicinity of Starke KT-Ji
name to his threatening letter, but because I' week. Both old and highly respected j'
1% 4 r miles; Seaboard Air Line, 19% miles; no disturbances in the Swedish 929-Everett E. Norman, Raiford. were eral improved ,farms. For fu.oot1eri'
f we have progressed to the point citizens of this community.
Wannee branch 15 miles & waters but
t % ; Tampa has esaved innumerabl 1194-William Howard Thomas, Gra- information call on or write J. Cv i
v [,, I' Jacksonville, 5 miles. There are within British and Russian ships that were where we have plenty of feedstuff to ham. I' They both leave a companion and sev- Gainey, Starke, Fla. 9-7-tO.

S the county seventeen stations; one attacked by German war vessels in care for them.Probably 138-Roman Addison, Lake Butler. eral children to mourn their departure i I II
of these, Sampson, serving three roads her waters the writer of the cowardly Mr. Newsom was buried at New Hope r mamitlsplit
.y by chasing the Germans 1199-Riley Smith Wasden, Graham. I LOST-Four head of cattle
letter owns a few acres of land and and Mr. Dyal at ?Mt. Sinai.
and three and Lake cemetery
StarkeHampton away. But all her good offices have 91-Edward Jackson Eunice, Law- I and under-bit in one ear ands
Butler two roads each. Be- hundreds of cattle on OTHER people'sland The bereaved ones have the sympathyof
serving come to naught through the proGerman tey. two under-bits in the other, branded
; or he may not own an acre even. Ii
the
sides there are four stations just leaning of the foreign office, It is usually such characters that write 838-Herschell K. Crosby, Starke. community.Not "A. C." Reward of $2.50 each w2! |

across the county line, namely, Highland which has caused suspicion among the threatening letters. We write this 635-Frederick Field Stump, Starke. be paid for information of who:*t

4a Sapp, Brooklyn and Lulu. Entente allies, thereby causing the denial : 861-Talmage Ford, Hampton. of Courses but Dishes. abouts. A. S. Crosby, Starke. 9.214t
public letter hoping it be '
open 1
... From this it may be seen that Brad- to Sweden of many advantagesthat may 633-Manning William Moore, Three courses seem to have been the -
read by the secret writer of the anonymous '
ford county is highly favored in the she would otherwise have enjoyed Starke. customary menu In medieval times for FOR SALE-Thoroughbred registeredTamworth !
letter
cannot communicate -
way of transportation facilities. Our during the war. This fact has been directly,with as we him. We also writeit 712-Isaiah Harris, Starke. a state banquet, less ceremonial feasts : boar, two years old, iij|i

+ "; dirt roads are not 'of the best, but the well known to the mass of the peo- to advise the good people of Starke 710-James Thomas Moore, Lawtey. comprising only two, and no private healthy condition. An extra barj iajf

h long stretches of deep sand encountered ple, who sympathize with the Entente and vicinity of such characters as the 802-Joseph W. Edwards, Starke. dinner more than one. But each course (i for a quick buyer. Apply to E. Aj i

\ I everywhere else in the state are allies, or at least wish the country to writer and assure them of our earnest 1255-Freeman Robinson, Brooker. might comprise from eight ton dozen I Kennedy, Lake Geneva, Fla. 2 I

t\\ not found here. The growing use of be perfectly neutral, and much grumb- desire not to offend 691-Ed. Gibbs, Starke. different dishes. Thus at the wedding --.. -:1

II ,,\ automobiles by the farmers makes the ling has been heard about the state of table injure or any repu- 378-James McClennon, Lake Butler. banquet of Henry V there were only FOR SALE-85 acres land, 40 acW| !

p l: transportation of vegetable products affairs. The person.letter threaten to 1083-Mitchell Sylvester Anderson, three: courses yet over 30 different in cultivation, three-fourths m,1west j
, I. to the stations easy, and cattle and This dissatsifaction amage our in the records, A fff j ,
is rapidly com- property. To protect ourselves from Dukes.237Jacob dishes are mentioned of Hampton. bargain {
hogs shipped from anywhere in the ing to a head after the Argentine affair criminals we offer rewards as follows Dryden Cone, Lake But- Irrespective of fruits and wines.-Lon cash. Write H. B. Wiggins, Rosa] !
z :
to the Jacksonville market need
i :I. county when the country, for the first $100.00 for evidence convicting ler. don Chronicle. I 3, Tampa, Fla. 9-H-&.: i
be in the than twelve any
i L hours.never cars more time in her history, is atcused of dou- person guilty of cutting our fences or 422-Calhoun Malphurs, Lulu. ._" ::"-1-; i1,
ble dealing and breach of faith. Starke.
Mon- 619-Martin Dyal;
I
stealing injuring of cattle.
or our
Our farmers any
are appreciating more
V' day the strong socialistic party had a $200.00 for evidence convicting the 1058-Wash. Davis, Raiford.
and their excellent
more transportation demonstration in Stockholm, when thegovernment's 344-Mason Elixson, Lake Butler.
t.. facilities, and they get an income writer of the anonymous letter. A. L. CREWS
foreign policy was 824-Sam Finley, Starke.
r F't the.year round by marketing truck of Said amounts payable only after j
strongly condemned, and censured for 442-Anderson Young, Dukes.
conviction and
kinds instead of formerly sentence passed. .
'\ different as the humiliation and danger to whichit 1213-Joe Meddock, Graham. .
Mc. L CONOLY
ly, seeing cash money only once a year had brought the country. Their ban- 202-Robert Mobley, Lake Butler. Blacksmith and Wheelwrightj j
SuperintendentTHE
when sold their
they cotton. The
good
,
j ner bore the motto, "Down with secret 164-Lex Roberts, Lake Butler.
*: t market in Jacksonville for hogs and diplomacy." A dispatch says: 268-Willie Ray Williams, Lake But-

{ r ; ;I cattle has also stimulated stock raising Hjalmar Branting, the Swedish So- COTTON MARKET. ler. Horseshoeing a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed. .1
4. which after all when the is
I i feed
,
cialist leader, was the chief speakerat 272-Lester Roberts, Lake Butler.
grown at home, is the most profitable Florida!
I a meeting which was attended by 1198-Wesley Alex Dyal, Graham. Raiford
branch of 1
., farming. 15,000 Socialists. At the conclusionof The market price on sea island cot- 1248-Horace Drew May, Theressa.
i
i the addresses the following resolution ton made a heavy decline during the 1174-Seymore McClover, New River. -""

'--.. OUR MISSION was passed: week. For the past six months the 964-Andrew Green, Raiford. l -t"1.j

.t f "Events of the past few days show market has stood at 70 cents for the 866-Leslie David Brown, Hampton. II I J.

Former Ambassador Gerard told recently how the leading circles of Germany best grade. The first sale of new crop 593-Robert C. Cone, Starke. -

ti' I that during an audience with ruthlessly have misused the careless cotton at Savannah was at 61 cents, 407-Joseph Martin, Lake Butler. j A. D. ANDREWS MERCANTILE CO

"' Kaiser Wilhelm in 1915, the latter confidence of the two Swedish con- and that is now the price quoted by 262-Henry Harris, Lake Butler. :

I said: "After this war is over I intend servative governments which directed factors. 886:Jefferson Davis Weathersby, I

to stand no nonsense from America. period Local buyers who were giving con- Hampton. t I I It ". ..,.....M'.V"+N'v M'-1> .vv'4'o. vv$"$'v *+vt S. .
After this war America must be care- "This meeting, therefore, emphasizes siderably less than 20 cents for seed 883-Ben Sasser, Hampton. ,I t -

fuL" This was the first verbal inti- the determination to maintain a cotton last week have taken the 61- 1161-Jesse Matthews, New River. "

mation from the Kaiser that he intended correct neutral attitude which is felt cent market as the basis of their operations :, We will have for sale in RAIFORD,

to attack and conquer this ocuntry by all the Swedish people. We realize and are now paying from 18 UGH! CALOMEL MAKES ,

'4 after he had conquered his European with indignation and humiliation that to 20 cents generally, and as high as

enemies. After the great powers of our good name has been jeopardizedby 21 cents for the very best grade. YOU DEATHLY SICK 1 carload of nice young

r I Europe and the United States had the conduct of a few men. Obviously Ten days ago the best offer made by \ oaiyraay '

been brought to his feet, adding the the nation's fortunes cannot continue -] the spinners was 55 cents per pounr. Stop Using Dangerous Drug MULES a aLadies'

rest of the world to his dominions in the hands of these men who favor -. The advance to 61 cents has strengh- i

I II would be easy, and he would then such systems and methods." tened the general belief that prices Before It Salivates You! 1

,
j probably, like Alexander, cry because M. Branting then criticised the at- will make a further advance and many It's Horrible.You're VWM4' + H1,*>i/N>-$> M 'fl

there were no more worlds to conquer. tempts of the Swedish foreign officeto farmers are holding their cotton at bilious, sluggish, constipatedand I

Yes, absurd as it may look to us, defend and excuse itself in the Lux- home, awaiting developments. believe you need vile, dangerous READY TO WEAR DRESSES;

it was really Kaiser Wilhelm's aim to burg affair by the issuance of diplo- The forecast of one of the leading calomel to start your liver and clean I I *.
.5 ?j make this country a part of Prussia. matic documents of the weakest possi- factors is for a crop of 110,000 balesas bowels.

There have, unfortunately,,been only ble character. He declared that the against 115,000 bales last year. your Here's my guarantee! Ask your ii including a full assortment of FALL and:

too to doubt it that which the As to whether cotton will
many proofs and parallel foreign minister prices druggist for 50 cent bottle of Dod- -
a
t I was the reason this country had to had attempted to draw between the again reach 70 cents per pound is a son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful : WINTER HATS. MENS' and YOUTHS
join the Ententes against him. Since Luxburg telegram and the communications matter of guesswork. It seems rea-
tonight. If it doesn't start liver
we entered the war we daily see new forwarded on behalf of the Unit- sonable to believe that there will not your i YI

; proofs of the subtle plans laid by German ed States government was faulty and be a heavy decline from present pri and straighten you right up better I BLUE SERGE SUITS.

; craftiness in this country, to further misleading.The ces. The price of Egyptian cotton than calomel and without griping or
.
t t.. German prestige here, and no one officials in the foreign office, he would seem to have 'some bearing on making you sick I want you to go I I ,i

can longer doubt the necessity for us asserted, were not in touch with the the situation. The latest lot of this to back to the store and get your mon- II A+H'H N'1.!. .t1'i. t
; to fight German autocracy. It must sentiments of the nation. One could arrive was landed at Boston for 60' ey.Take -

.. be crushed before there can be perma- not ten what revelations would later cents a pound. The sea island should calomel today and tomorrowyou '

i nent peace and security in the world. come to light but it was evident that command around 10 cents per pound will feel weak and sick and nau- D. ANDRE $ (HUE HI!

Samuel Johnson wrote a grand and matters could not continue as before more than the cost of Egyptian, but seated. Don't lose a day's work. Takea .
'
much quoted dissertation on the vanity and that a thorough change system whether the spinners will be willingto spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dod-

';. I of military ambition. .His sub- was necessary to prevent the recur give this much difference for it is son's Liver Tone tonight and wake up '

ject was a hero, a gentleman, whose rence of similar events. This, he add- the question upon which the outcome feeling great It's perfectly harm- RAIFORD

; .t. ambition wu.only to conquer his ene ed could be attained only.by the de- hinges. Many persons believe they less, so give it to your children any ,I FU.

1 mies.. What would Johnson had said feat of the conservative party in the will give the difference if the farmers }time. It can't salivate, so let them 1 1d

4 i about Wilhelm Hohenzollern He parliamentary election. market the crop gradually. eat anything afterwards. (11-4)]



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: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY_ TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE.SEVEN jJ


f.1-' FREEMAN-EDWARDS. BAPTIST CHURCH. DEATH OF REV. BLACK. GERMANS NAIL BABY TO DOOR : .

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Yesterday afternoon at fourthirtyat The 5th Sunday meeting will be held Rev. D. W. Black died at the homeof NEW YORK, Sept:-26.-"Finding a :

the home of the bride's parents, Mr. with the Corinth church, four miles Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tompkins, in calfskin nailed to .a barn door to be _

Bits of Localf..lnformation and Mrs. Wm. Edwards, on Madison west of Starke, next Friday, Saturdayand Thomasville suburb Tuesday morning dried, the Germans nailed a baby be- ; {i

street, Miss Onie Edwards and Mr. Sunday. A good program is pre- after a long and painful illness. side it and wrote underneath, the word J I

Henry Freeman were united in mar- pared and an interesting time is ex Mr. Black was well known, having 'Zwei,' declared the Rev. Newell D. i I

t. riage by Rev. W. G. Law, of the First pected. been a resident of the Wateroak section Hillis to a horrified congregation in I

... ... ..,. Baptist church, only the immediate The quarterly business meeting 'of for many years. About ten years Plymouth church here last night. ,

r... JJ fI .. ,... .. w-.n.u.. ... family and a few intimate friends wit- the; church will be held on Wednesday, ago he was ordained a Baptist minis- Dr. Hillis has just returned from a .f'
I N. .. ... r... nessing this very interesting cere- October 3rd, at 7:30. All members are ter, and since then was most of the two months' visit to the front. He exhibited
mony. asked to be present. time a missionary for the New River photographs of the results of

ffi The spacious rooms of the lower Regular services Sunday morningand Association, conducting his charge sat- "a thousand German atrocities. 1

? .1rI floor of the home were decorated very evening to which the public is in- isfactory. Two years ago he became The subject of Hills' 'sermon was t

., Meet me at Stump's. Many subscriptions for the Tele-, artistically by Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, vited. W. G. LAW, afflicted with cancer in the face, which "The Crimes and Atrocities of Germany 1

graph expire with this number. Those pink and green being the color motif. Pastor. grew in malignancy until he had to the Logical and Inevitable Re- t

; N. Sternberg, was in Jacksonville who wish to renew 'should come for- Wedding music was played by the I II take treatment in Jacksonville, until sult of the German Philosophy of Mil- ;
business. ward at once. skillful pianist, Mrs. Nelle Hughes. U. C. V. MEETING. his means gave cut Mr. and Mrs. itarism."
.. Tuesday on I
,'; ., Master Russell Daniel, nephew of the Tompkins then kindly offered him to "Every American who has passed .J

r-; Joe Torton, of Raiford,'was in town I RubMyTismAntiseptic, Anodyne bride, acted as ring bearer, while lit- The meeting was called to order at become an inmate of their home, through France and the ,edge of Belgium t
-Kills pain stops putrefaction.Mr. tle Miss Lucile Mitchell was the tiny where he could be nearer surgical aid this year has returned home a t
Wednesday. ,
10 W. T. Weeks
a. m. Thursday by ,
than '
at his home and "
maid of honor. own kind peo- permanently saddened man, said Dr.
a All kinds of bargains at Stump's. commander.
The bride was attired in a handsomecoat captain ple of the Baptist and other denominations Hillis. "Here, upon this pulpit, restsa
Minutes of last read and
f D. C. Chase, of Palatka, was in and Mrs. H. C. Peeples, of the suit of navy blue broadcloth, with approved.The meeting aided the unfortunate until he reproduction of an iron coin given .

Sta/ke Monday. Dukes section, were visitors to Starke I which she wore a georgette crepe I comrades answered to suffered for nothing, but the diseasewas as a token to each German soldier. At
following
Wednesday. waist, taupe shoes, gloves and hat, of too malignant nature to be cur- the top is a German portrait of the 1
I the roll call: W. T. Weeks, S. F. Mor
and carried a large bunch of bride'sroses ed.The deity and underneath are these words: ,
and ferns. The the gan, John Croft, T. P. Register, D. J. deceased was about 55 of 'The '
groom wore years good old German God.
WHY NOT Just unloaded a car of fence wire.A. i
Byrd, L. U. Morgan W. D. Dukes D.
: He leaves widow
D. Andrews Mercantile Co. conventional suit of black. age. a and two chil- "To encourage the German soldier !
D. Thomas J. M. Rimes J. I. Dubose 1 I
,
The bride is the beautiful daughterof dren besides many friends to mourn to cruelty and atrocity against Bel- I
J. W. Wells E. T. Parker L. W. Kick-
Walter Wills the Tampa real Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Edwards, and his departure. The interment .took gians and French, the deity holds a
estate -
R. A. Weeks spent Tuesday in the man, has been in Starke duringthe has been reared in Starke, where she liter The, Wm. L. Merrill. place at Dyal cemetery Wednesday weapon in his right hand, and to dull I
officers elected for the
metropolis.Mrs. week, and Thursday went to La- has a large circle of friends. Mr. Free- ensuing Rev. P. M. Riggs, assisted by Rev. L.I his conscience and steel his lieart to
follows
Crosse to visit relatives.Men's man is from Senoia, Ga., being a member year were as : W. Kickliter, conducting the obsequies I murder. the token holds these words:
; H. C. Richard and Miss Emma Captain commander, W. T. Weeks. :
I "
of an excellent family there, and is 'Smite your enemy dead. The day

Darby spent Friday in Jacksonville. all wool blue serge pants at a young man of fine character and First Second lieutenant lieutenant, T., John P. Register.Croft. 0 of judgment will not ask for your reasons -
"
business attainments. He has for a :
No. 666 will cure Chills'and Fever Sternberg's.The Third lieutenant, D. J. Byrd. TO THE PUBLIC.
./ t number: of years been a superintendentof .
"It is the most speedy remedy we know construction work for the J. B. Mc- Adjutant, S. F. Morgan. --
sun was welcome again Thurs- Treasurer, L. Kickliter. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Carter, of High-
Our
milling plant is in condi
:t Creary Company, one of the most extensive good
day morning. On account of two trop- Color bearer L. U. land, were visitors to Starke Thurs
is his Morgan.
Mr. E. K. Perryman visiting contracting firms in the South. tion. We are grinding corn for the
sister, Mrs. L. A. Davis. ical storms, we had had cloudy and He was in charge of Starke's munici- Sergeant major, F. C. Haislop. old time toll of one-eighth. The best day.
damp weather for nearly two weeks'
-
Vidette J. M. Rimes.Quartermaster .
I pal improvements, recently installed, rice cleaning for six quarts or 30 cents
I
", A. B. Radney has returned home and made many lasting friendships W. G. Green. per bushel. First class feed grinding The New Age. j.
i i; from his summering in Auburn, N. Y. Naval stores, lumber, cross.ties and here. After the routine business had been for one-sixth or 25 cents toll per bar- Fond-Papa-"Well, son, what did ,

t sweet potatoes have been shipped No marriage to take place in Starke transacted, camp was,broken and the rel. Railway shipments promptly attended you learn In school today" Son-"Aw, 1
from Starke in
.1; We sell the best flour at $12.50 per the week. great quantities dur- has been attended by more sincere comrades marched to the Futch building to. We grind every Wednes- not much, dad. We hadda couple of
ing
barrel. A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. congratulations and good wishes. where an excellent dinner was day and Saturday.W. two reelers In history, a three reel

Raiford. I Mr. and Mrs. Freeman left Starke served to them by the ladies of W. 1. A. DUBOSE & SON, travelogue In geography, and a split
Just received nice line of ladies I
a
on the six o'clock train and will take a Weeks Chapter, United Daughters ofthe 9282t. Starke, Fla. reel nature study. They useta give us
ready to A. D. Andrews
B. F. 'Hazen, a Brooker merchant, wear goods. I i short honeymoon trip to Jacksonville, Confederacy. We heartily thank a wild West pitcher once In n while: ,
Mercantile
{ had business in Starke Monday. Co. St. Augustine and Miami before goingto the ladies for the fine dinner.S. but they don't do It no mi.re."-
F. MORGAN, DEATH OF :MR. CARTER NEWSOM.Mr. -Widow. -
Homestead where reside
H. L. Stevenson is shipping Japa- they will t .
: Mr. Freeman being at present engaged Adjutant. -
almost He
nese persimmons daily.
PAYLESSAT .
.
; brings them to the depot in a motor on a large contract at that. place Carter Newsom, an old and The Telegraph-the county paper- ,
truck. I for his company. M. E. CHURCH. highly respected citizen of the county, contains all live State and National

> died of malarial fever at his home i news, as well as doings of the farm

,} James Reynolds, of Graham, was a Mr. Carlyle Thomas and family, who ,;I SHOWERS FOR MISS EDWARDS. Sunday is "Orphanage Day" at the near Graham on Thursday, September20th and home folks. :,

:i visitor to Starke Tuesday. have spent the past several months M. E. church. A special program willie and was buried at Elzy Chapel,

.. here with Mr. Jesse Thomas, returnedlast rendered at the 11 o'clock hour, near Worthington Springs, on Friday, 0044000Al444v 4 -

t Silk poplins at Sternberg's Monday to Okeechobee City. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell entertained very The program has not been completed, September 21st. 0 .

charmingly by giving a linen shower but the following will be in part: Mr. Newsom was 63 years of age 0 STARKE.

J. M. Truby was in Jacksonville Fine line good quality of shoes at on Friday afternoon from four to six, Voluntary. and had lived in Bradford county near- 0 FRATERNAL DIRECTORY $ _

Thursday on business. Stump's.Mrs. at her home on Madison street, in honor Hymn-Congregation. ly all his life, having come here with a 4 /
of Miss Onie Edwards, who was the Apostles Creed. his parents in early boyhood from *
4 F. & A. M. Bradford No. $
..,. Mrs. J. T. Wills Sr. of Gainesville attractive bride of Mr. Henry Free- Lowndes Lodge \
: Eloise Izley, who has been Prayer. county, Ga. He lived in the .3 35. Meets second and 4 '
,: las been in Starke during the week. spending'several weeks with Mrs. R. man, of Sanoia, Ga., on the 27th inst. Anthem-Choir. x western part of the county until 1908, f> fourth Monday every nights. $ f'

';' A. Weeks, left last week for New York Miss Edwards was gowned in a Responsive Reading. when he moved to the vicinity of $ t
1 Harry Taylor and Henry Carter, oft beautiful white net dress, and the hos- Starke. About two he
From that point she will sail for her Gloria Patri. years ago $ I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge No. 10. ,
Highland, were in town Thursday. home in Panama. tess, Mrs. Mitchell, wore white organ- Notices. bought the Mills farm near Grahamand <8> Meets *
\.. die. The hostess entertained her guests HymnCongregation.Scripture lived there until his death. I t0. every Tuesday night. $

Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at Marshal Silas Kite is home from with a very clever guessing game, lesson. The deceased is survived by his wife, :<8> M. W. of A. Starke 0 "
Camp. ,
,
the Cash Department Store. his vacation, which was spent with Miss Louise Bessent rendered several "Our Orphanage-Its Needs"-L. A. five sons and four daughters. The sons S Meets first and third Wednesday 0

relatives at Tampa. During his absence voice selections and 500 also was played. Davis, Jr.DuetMrs.. are Messrs. Perry, R. A., Clarence, '0 every $
nights.
Now is the time to look after that Ed Burnsed, night marshal, act- The rooms were most tastefully Barr, Miss Lois Peek. William and Seeber Newsom. The e 4

v roof. Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. ed as marshal and collector. decorated with the national colors and Recitation-David Mitchell. daughters are Mrs. B. C. Scarborough, 0 W. 0. W. All Friends <8> .
Camp
vases of cut flowers added to the Reading, "Help Our Children"- Misses Thelma, Ruth and Alta New- I0 I 4
No. 138. Meets second and &
every
Charles Powell is now with the No. 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious charming effect. Kate Young. ,4 fourth $

Southern Cattle Feeding Co., at Bel- Fever. It kills the germs. I I Ii I The presentation of the presents was Solo-Mrs. D. E. Knight. som.Mr.. Newsom was well known '4 Friday nights. 0 !

,done in a very pretty manner. The Recitation-Orville and Coke Barr. throughout the county and had a large i 4> Union ,1
Chapel Camp No. 536 *
bride-to-be> was seated on a throne and circle of friends who .
Mr. and Mrs. Emery, of Jackson- Chorus-By Sunday School Class. are grieved by S meet
first and third <
more.MORGAN'S ville here the the linen presents showered over her Solo Mrs. Felix the news of his death. I every Friday
i spent Sunday as guestsof : Long. <3>
nights at Union ChapeL J. A. Ellington 4
4. ? from a cleverly devised arrangement II
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Chase. Mrs. Prayer. -.-- Clerk, R. No. 1, Starke. <8>
that had been concealed by the decora-
Emery was formerly Miss Louise Mat- Instrumental Duet-Mrs. J. F. Ca- .

tox. tions.Mrs. nova and son, Harry Canova. HOLINESS PREACHER UNDER $ ":
: .' Mitchell served for refresh- Address-Carr Colley. ARREST AT TALLAHASSEE .\ Visiting brothers are cordially
: Mrs. J. L Peek and children are 0 invited to attend these meetings. <3>
!< .visiting Mrs. J. P. Wilson, of Jackson- Those who pledged money gifts to ments a dainty ice. course, in which the Offertory. 4 4
R, ville. the Red Cross are reminded.that the national colors were carried out in every Dismission. 0000000000b00404000440000000i04000
Charged With Discouraging Enlist
last of the four installments is due detail. On each plate was placed, Dismission.

{ Mrs. Charley Simpson, of Gainesvfller October 1st. Don't forget this mat- as a favor, a tiny U. S. flag which was Everyone cordially invited. A free ments in Army and Navy.

came tip Wednesday to attend ter. The. money will be well spent. rolled up and tied with a ribbon. When will offering will be taken for the Or- ----, II f .

the Freeman-Edwards marriage. these flags were unrolled they were phanage. TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 25.-Gus- I I CHURCH DIRECTORY. 0
Voile de chine and georgettecrepe found to contain the names of the contracting Sunday school 9:45.: 0
,
crepe tave Sigwalt, a Holiness preacher, was -----
I/j' Good quality of boys' suits at waists in all the new patternsat parties, "Freeman-Edwards. Service at 11 o'clock. arrested by United States Marshal Wi- BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, 0

[ Stump's..Mrs. Sternberg's. The hostess was assisted in servingby Junior League at 3:30.: ley Strickland today, charged with vio- 3 pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. 0
her little daughter, Lucile, her $ Sunday service 11:00 0
morning
,Y Leader, Lassiter Andrews. lating section 3 of the acts of 1917, ,
T. H. Willis, of Quincy, is visiting A letter from Percy W. Kelley states house guest, Mrs. T. H. Willis, of Senior League, 6:45.: Leader Prof. United States laws. I. o'clock; Sunday evening service, 0 i
Mrs. J.I that he is member of 131st aerial Quincy, and Mrs. Ella Kate Stuck. Dowling. 7:00; B. Y. P. U., Sunday even- 0
at the home of Mr. and a Sigwalt is accused in the affidavit O 6:45
ing Wednesday evening
M. Mitchell. I I squadron, Kelly's Field, Texas. His Service, 7:15. with "making and circulating damag- I 0 prayer, service; 7 o'clock. Everybody 0 <-

I brother, 'J. G. Kelley, who is now in Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Nelle ing statements, causing disloyalty and cordially invited to attend. ,

Specialsale going on at the Cash the navy yard at Brooklyn N. Y., expects Hughes and Mrs. Ella Kate Stuck entertained DEATH OF MISS IOLA LIDDON. refusal of duty in the military and ,. 'j

'Department Store. to sail for France sometimesoon. the sewing club, of which naval departments of the government, 0 4 ',.-:

Miss Edwards is a member. The bride- Miss Iola Liddon, a prominent young discouraging enlisting in the service of 0 EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. M. Fryer 0 'oJ

Mr. R. B. Perry and son, Mr. Col- o-be came to the club, thinking she. woman and Red Cross worker, in Tampa the United States." Commissioner G. 0 priest in charge. Sunday school, $

fc*. vert Perry, of Orlando, were business Let me make you a new automobiletop was attending only a regular meetingof on business connected with RedCross P. McCord committed Sigwalt to jail 0 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and 1'

: visitors to Starke last Monday. and cushions, or. repair the old their social organization, but it endeavor, died last night at a in default of $1,000 bond. 0 sermon, 11 o'clock;; evening :prayer 4 !
All kinds of automobile: uphol- local after illness of twen- 0 and sermon, 7 clock; choir rehearsal ,
ones. hospital, an
proved a most delightful surprise Sigwalt will be tried Saturday, September 0 7 o'clock, Wednesday .
stery. M.*Leviton. ihower-in honor of Miss Edwards. ty-four; hours. Acute indigestion was 29. District Attorney John L. 0 evening. Come and worship with ;i

}tj. COME IN AND The guests sewed and talked and the; cause'of her death. The body was I Neeley, of Pensacola, has been tele- us. I'

Mrs. T. W. Moore and two children, listened to the sweet strains of vic- taken: to Dade City for burial today. graphed to and will be present at the 0 0' ,

of Jacksonville, are visiting at the trola; music until the charming hostesses She is survived by her parents, Mr. trial of Sigwalt Saturday, or send an 0 METHODIST-T. L. Z. Barr, *

j C. P. Cason bears a haughty de- home of Capt. and Mrs. J. R. Davis. served a tempting salad course and Mrs. C. A. Liddon; three sisters, attorney to represent the government. 0 pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. J t

s meanor these days. He can't help it- Mrs. Moore will be remembered hereas of chicken salad, olives and tea. Misses Francis Liddon, Mrs. J. M. Dell 0 m. Preaching every Sunday at <& ,i

he has a boil on his neck. Miss Fannie Hoffman. One of the guests noticed an Italian of Dade City, and Mrs" C. L. Razor, of WILL COME SOUTH AGAIN.Mr. U a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer <3> ,i
.f peddler carrying an old suit case coming Baltimore, and a brother, M. Liddon, 0 meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 4 '1

Be for cold weather. You Heavy winter goods arrive daily atStump's. in the front gate. When he knocked of Jacksonville.-Tampa correspondence 0 o'clock. Junior Epworth League 4 .-

: will find prepared heaters wood oil, at the at the door and asked permissionto in Times-Union, Sept. 22nd. Carlyle Peek, who for the past 0 Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior $ j:]
or
Starke Hardware Co. ; show his goods, Mrs. Hughes told Miss Liddon was a native of Brad- five years has been in Chicago, engaged 9 Epworth League Sunday evening & :.

Sam Rosenberg, proprietor of the him they did not care to be disturbed, ford county and has relatives and in architecture, has been called by 0 at C:45. A cordial invitation is *

,ti Mrs L A. Davis and little daughter, Cash Department Store, is back from but, as is the custom with peddlers, he many friends here who were shockedto the Georgia Technological School, At- 0 extended to all to worship with 3

Ruby have returned from visit to New York, where he went to buy fall insisted that he be allowed to show his hear of her sudden death. lanta, to accept a professor's chair In I. us. .f
a
Atlanta and winter goods. Sam says he will the ladies' .. Mrs_. Stuck then nnn .-- mechanical drawing, and he will move 0 0 .

shortly have some interesting store gpleaded his cause by saying, "Oh, let SAVINGS DEPARTMENT to that city, thus being nearer home. 0 PRESBYTERIAN Prayer <8>

the readers of the Tele- him in see his Mr. Peek, oldest son of Col. and 0 meeting Wednesday evening at &
Mrs. Charles Larson and littie son, news to tell come so we can queer INSTALLED -t"!
of Lake her sister graph. goods." So in walked the peddler and Mrs. C. L. Peek, graduated from the 0 7:30 o'clock. Visitors cordially 1'J
City, are visiting -
deposited his old suit case in front of most celebrated architectural collegein 0 invited to worship with us. $ j
Mrs. D. E. Knight Bank of Starke Adds Another FeatureTo t'j1t
Miss Edwards, and began to hand her the West. To fill his accepted posi- e o
Profesosr G. C. Looney, of Lake Ge- its Banking Service. talents of order
of silver china tion requires a high 000000004400000 }
rare presents cut glass, J
neva, has been in Starke during the and wish him success.
and linen each bearing the card of the we
MAKEUSWell intends to We wish to announce to our patronsand
week. Professor Looney
.
I EDGAR EYES -
: and has I donor. to the public generally that we "
to Starke again engag-
move Mrs. will prob- The Italian peddler proved to be Cy- have added to our banking service a Mr. and Mrs. John Holton, of St. Optician Tested .
ed residence. Looney 1
a rus Hoover, whose costume and actingwas regular savings department. Hereto- Augustine, visited relatives in Starke Jacksonville, Florida. :
learn
who wish to
short take pupils
curbing, cypress lumber, ably true to life. fore we have issued time certificatesto during the weak. Broken Lenses Duplicated
lengths, cheap. Quigley Lumber & short hand and book-keeping. The Same Day Received. "
patrons who wished to place their as j
and Mrs. loon-
of Prof. *
Supply Co.Nobby many friends E. W. Turner well known citizenof We Specialize on Mail Orders
savings accounts with us. We found a
that will Nobby skirts at Sternberg's.Mrs.
will be glad to learn they
ey here.A. that a good many of our patrons pre- Macclenny, was a business visitorto W Pay Posurf' i",
hats in felt at Sternberg's. resume their citizenship .
street 140 W. Forsyth St.
Geo. W. Baisden and children, ferred the savings account books; and Starke Thursday. <

F, Misses Maud, Geneva and Lucie, and to meet this demand we have added 'ilH

October 1. D. Andrews Mercantile Company little George, left Monday for Tampa, the new department. .i1.i

Oysters Oyster fresh season from begins Cedar Key daily.Brymer's has just received a car load of salt. where they will make their future If persons now holding our time certificates ':'1 i

home. Her oldest son, Mr. Willie Bais- prefer to have them transferred -
109.
fish market, phone W. H. Philips, who for severalyearshas den, holds a responsible position in the to a savings pass book we shall General Insurance :

E. Frank Chase, who has been ir been the superintendent of the city Seaboard office there. Mr. Geo. W. be glad to make the transfer for them,

Jacksonville for some time, has moved light and water plant, has accepted a Baisden, who is now at Jacksonville, but we will continue to issue time certificates -

his family there during the week. position with a shipyard in South will join his family at Tampa as soon to patrons who prefer them.
; Jacksonville. Everett Miner, engineet as hi has completed some contractsfor We will pay 4 per cent compounded .

See the remnant counter at Stump's at the plant, has severed connectionwith painting. The many friends of the quarterly in the savings department, JOS. E. WILSON
r it and will probably accept a position family wish them good luck in their and deposits in any amount will be

in Jacksonville. The plant is new home. gladly received. SUCCESSOR TO
well known citizen
R. H.
.
Taylor, a
of the Lake Butler section,vas among:I il 1 again in charge of Capt. W. L Wall October 1st will be the beginning oi H. C. RICHARD
W. L Carlton of the Dukes section, a calendar quarter, and deposits re .
the visitors to Starke Wednesday. and he is giving the machinery an overhauling ,
E this week, and repairing one was a business visitor to Starke last ceived up to the 10th of the month will'

of the dytiamol.which was badly damaged -. Saturday and while here called to have draw interest from the lit Starke, Florida.

PROVEIT. by lightning Friday night of last his name added to the Telegraph's subscription BANK OF STARKE,
htf week. list. It By E. S. Matthews, Pres.,


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ymm90990 D0000000 + has been fully decided upon, and S. T. RULES AND REGULATIONS OF TIMELY ADVICE TO COTTON tificates. Accept no sweet potato 1 r drews confirms her former .1

,. 6 Fausler, who will have charge of the STATE LIVE STOCK BOARD FARMERS. plants unless they are accompanied by -says there has been no return statement. .
a 0 COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS work, has already broken the ground \ the'plant board certificate for by fail- trouble. 'Can Starke people ask of the I

; i. and will soon start planting. Mr. I The State Live Stock Sanitary County agent W. E. Brown of Ala- ing to do so you run the risk of establishing more convincing testimony? for

? 0000000000000000 Fausler will plant cabbage, celery, Board is giving special attention to chua county is sending to cotton grow I this pest on your own farm, Mrs. Andrews says: "I feel :t
t! Gadsden County.-The county agent beets, turnips, lettuce, peppers; in facta eradication of the cattle fever tick ers of that county the following circular I I and, once established, it will remain in recommending Doan's justified .l*

!,R inoculated 1,194 hogs against cholera mixed garden, including any vege- and control of hog cholera in this stateIt ] and it would be a good idea for there "for good." I I I used them for kidney complaint Kidney PilIi.]

in two weeks' time. tables which it would be practicableto has adopted rules and regulations Bradford farmers to read it and do Counties in Florida in which it is backache and they proved and. 1
ben
,, grow in February and it will likelybe protecting the counties of Monroe, likewise: known that this weevil exists are asI I I ficial. very

started during the county fair. Dade, Broward and that part of Palm follows: Baker, Brevard, St. Lucie
Baker County Steps are being taken : Do you want to grow cotton next Lasting Results '
to eradicate the cattle tick. Two Beach south of the Hillsborough canal year? Palm Beach, Broward, Dade and Monroe I I Over three years later, Mrs.
MIAMI.-Uncertainty as to the securing against the introduction of tick- and Sanibel Island, Captiva Island An-
vats have been built and others are in ) Then kill the boll weevils by destroying drews said: "The cure Doan's
of farm labor is interfering infested cattle. and Buck Key in Lee Kidney .f;
prospect. the cotton stalks soon as the county. I I I I Pills gave me has been a lasting
seriously with cropping plans for the Splenetic, or tick fever, is recognized one.
crop is picked-OCTOBER 1 TO 20.is I am just as willing to recommend
coming season in Dade and Broward as a communicable disease of cat- the best time. THE BEST TESTIs medicine now as before." this

Santa Rosa County-Stock breeders'associations counties. The labor situation, com- tle. Cut the stalks with a disk harrow, I. Price 60 cents at all dealers. '
at
have been organized Don\
bined with the recent increase in the Cattle originating in the quarantinarea plow( them under deeply about four The Test of Time ply ask for a kidney
consti-
Coldwater and remedY-ret.'i
Allentown and price of fertilizer, will make the tomato of the Southern states on account reeks before the first frost and seed Doan's Kidney Pills-the !
tutions and by-laws have ben adopted. crop cost more this year, and of tick fever must be certifiedto the land to oats or rye. This will destroy Years ago this Starke resident told. Mrs. Andrews has twice publicly same that 01I <-

many growers are waiting to receive be free from ticks before being millions of weevils and give pasture -: of good results from using Doan's I I ommended. Foster Milburn Co., Props rec
Alachua County Farmers are making assurance from the government that shipped into this state for any pur- for your hogs and cattle. Kidney Pills. Now :Mrs. J. W. Ana Buffalo, N. Y. ,
i good headway picking cotton and aid will be given them in obtainingmen pose. Early destruction of cotton stalks is I- _. ((33))

prices are good. There is a general before completing arrangementsfor Cattle of counties in which systematic the most effective measure for boll ---

shortage of labor, which is delaying their crops. tick eradication has not been established weevil control.

general farm work. may be allowed to pastureover THESE ARE THE REASONS: It

ST. AUGUSTINE.-The Florida the county lines into counties in destroys a large number of eggs,

? Osceola County Cattle are fat and East Coast Ranch Company, which which systematic tick eradication is young and adults weevils, destroys the

the ranges are in good shape. All the owns 5,000 acres at Tocoi, is planningto established provided that such cattleare feeding and breeding places and leaves ,
citrus fruit except that sprayed will : put one thousand head of fine Hereford being dipped regularly every fourteen them without protection during the
I be sold at a reduced price owing to cattle and 200 Duroc brood sows. days in their own county or coun- winter. _before_ you buy Seeds .

damage by the rust mite. F. W. Kirkland, a prominent officialof ties under the supervision of a com REMEMBER. Boll weevils eat

l' the Florida East Coast railway, recently missioned live stock inspector employed practically NOTHING but cotton, and

1 Taylor County-The pig club pigs purchased a large tract at To on behalf of and whose salary shall deposit their eggs NOWHERE exceptin
are doing fine and hardly a day passes coi and he intends to purchase 200 be paid by such counties. The inspector cotton squares and young bolls. % ,:It will save you' \

but that from one to ten farmer go to Herefords with the intention- eventually shall work under the direction of Very few full grown weevils can (I1; trouble. Gives, description =

1 see the pigs. As a result of the club going. heavily into cattle rais- the board. live more than three weeks without full information on all seeds for

I work in this county, the agent.has or- ing. All animals brought into the state food before frost, but after the first GUIj4 fall planting. Our stocks are come
ders from farmers for nine pure bred must be certified by the proper officialat frost they may live more than six plete, assuring prompt shipment'!
Duroc-Jersey pigs. FARMS CHANGE ANDS point of shipment, to be free from months without food. :
infectious, contagious or communicable Cotton farmers in boll weevil sections wjAOvz
Martin's
diseases; except that branded should devote the time from October Hy-Test1 ,:
Clay County.-Six hundred two- D. L. Phillips, of the Woodlawn section J
cattle are exempted from the ; 1st to 20th to destroying cotton
year-old heifers were shipped into this sold his 30-acre farm a few days tuberculin range test. stalks. Southern Seed .
county this week to be crossed with ago to H. S. Hilliard, who will make
purebred Hereford bulls. Two car- his home there in the future.A Horses and mules must be certifiedby Do farm not have a green cotton leaf on .. Carefully grown closely selected, always : s
official of the state in which your after October 20th. Ask dependable. Full assortment garden
loads of purebred Hereford heifers deal is pending between Messrs. proper
neighbor to make the kind and field.
your same Strawberry and

have also been shipped in. C.' B. Roberts and R. N. Dowling, they originate as being free from of also vegetable .' I
a fight and do it now. Appoint plants a specialty. Writ,
glanders and other infectious and
whereby Mr. Roberts is to become the contagious -
for fall
today our new catalog.
yourself as community leader. If
disease before admittedto you
owner of the Dowling farm in ,the being
number the will
Madison County-A of Florida. destroy your own cotton stalks
farmers will plant small acreage to Graham section. This is one of the you wit Ibe surprised how many farmers L A. Martin Seed Co.
wheat this winter. Wheat has not finest farms in that part of the county Hogs must be certified as free from will follow your example. "*\ K
the and Mr. Roberts is to be congratu- cholera and as having had the serum Jacksonville* Florida
been grown to any extent in coun- ,
I ated l it. treatment before admitted .
on acquiring being to
ty but it is likely, to do well on some
of the heavier lands. the state, except for immediate SWEET POTATO ROOT WEEVIL. v
GIANT WORMS. slaughter.No .
hogs shall move from public I
Escambia County-It is quite likely stock yards except that they be treat- The sweet potato root weevil, of i
that a sweet potato curing house large Mr. G. C. Cady recently added to the ed with serum to prevent the spreadof which mention has previously been' YOUR WIFE CAN USE IT.
,enough to meet the needs of the farmers i Bank of Starke's bug exhibition two cholera; except that they move to made in these columns, is an insect i What is LAX-FOS

1 in this community will be built atc of the largest worms ever seen in recognized points for immediate ;' which reaches its maximum of de-I If you are away from home and LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA *

Pensacola. The potato crop promises these parts. The worms resembled slaughter. tructiveness; in an area lying within one of your horses takes the colic your A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Catharticand
1 i : to be a good one this season. what used to be known as the orange Sheep and goat must be free from seventy miles of the Gulf Coast and wife can treat him if she has Farris' Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark,

: dog. These specimens came off of a scabies and if exposed in public yards the Atlantic Coast. Wherever the wee Colic Remedy in the house. It is easy Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black

t i Duval County-Men of every business pecan tree. A few days later James must be dipped for this disease and so vil occurs, in such a strip extending to use. Just drop it on the horse's Root Pepsin.,May Combines Apple Root,ScnnaLeaves aDd
t Hornsby brought in a specimen of the certified. from the mouth of the Rio Grande at in strength withpalitable -
l' and profession in Jacksonville are tongue and thirty minutes he is re aromatic taste. Does not
rY calling on the county agent for some same family, which had been found de- I I I Biological products, such .as serum, i Brownsville, Texas, on around the lieved. Get it today. You may needit gripe. sac
kind of agricultural information. The vouring the leaves and tender virus, vaccine or other such agencies Gulf Coast of Louisiana, Mississippi, tomorrow. Sold by DeWitt C. Jones

r"r:. prices paid for farm products are es of cotton plants. branch-I I used or manufactured must be under Alabama and Florida to Key West, Starke, Fla. Sept7142128.
making the farm take rank with other There is not much danger control of, and their use reported to and thence up the Atlantic Coast to F .
business institutions. worms becoming so numerous as the the board. This includes the manufac- South Carolina, destruction of the BUY GOOD STOCK I
i boll weevil has lately become, because ture and application of hog cholera sweet potato crop is well-nigh com- The Quinine That Does Not Affect the Head .
f that could plete. If will look Because of its tonic and laxative effect.LAXATIVE
they are so large people go serum and virus. one at a map of BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
I Holmes County. The last week in gunning for them.HOWARD All Florida he will see that there is not a Quinine and doe not cause nervousness nor ; FOR SALE .
firms
August might well be called the weekin persons, or corporations, locality in the entire state that is not I ringing in head. Remember the full name and
and transportation companies must look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. Soc.or .
which Holmes county started to get within miles of either '
seventy the Gulf : I >
IS.RAISING FINE HOGS: due in
l rid of the cattle tick. On Tuesday, 485 use diligence receiving and in Coast or the Atlantic Coast. This head Jersey ::
transporting live stock with a view of 10
head of cattle were dipped, 193 head means that wherever the weevil gets !
T. N. Kendrick went to Dukesa avoiding exposure to infection, whether COFFINS CASKETSAnd COWI-r
Wednesday, 263 head Friday and 165 over started in Florida it wil Ido the maxi- -
i head Saturday, making a total of 1,056 few days ago to vaccinate a herd of they are destined to points withinor mum amount of damage. This con- a full line ofUndertakers' I ;
II hogs for J. S. Howard the well known to points out of the state. two yearold Reg -'tt
. head for the week.it' clusion is borne out by the fact that I
farmer: and turpentine operator. Be Public stockyards are defined as in one of the northern counties of the Supplies 1 istered Jersey t
sides treating a number of small herds stock yards where trading in live state the weevil for the Automobile Hearse.
r St. Johns County-Two of the cornclub Mr. Kendrick treated 172 head for Mr. stock is carried on, where yarding, I noticed three first time was Always on hand. The best Bull
service
seasons ago. This county -
; boys report yields of thirty-five feeding and watering facilities are I
Howard in all 275 treated
making on
is further lowest
removed from both the at the Registered
prices. Special
t bushels. Owing to a long drouth and a the trip. provided by stock yards, transportation .
; severe. wind storm the yield, althoughnot Mr. Howard is going into the stock: or similar companies, and where Gulf than of Mexico other and the Atlantic Ocean attention to telegraph orders. 3 Jersey
high, is considered good. We hopeto municipal, state federal any county in the state, yet
or inspectionis
Business on a large scale. In fact his e last the farmers l Cows .:
: have fourteen cattle dipping vats already in the business on a large maintained for the inspection of livestock year lost from 30 to Registered Embalmer "

installed in the county in the near f u- scale. He has about 300 head of hogs for infectious, contagious and 50 of per digging cent of this the potato crop at time BEN T. ARNOW :
I percentage of the DeWITT C. JONES .
ture. communicable diseases.
at present. Among his holdings are a tubers I [
being discarded
of
on account Gainesville
f cla large number of thoroughbreds. He i is The carcasses of all animals which being "weevily." Where these potatoes Starke, Fla. Florida ,_

t Clay County.-On account of so engaging in the breeding of thorough have died from infectious, contagiousor were stored in bed or building i ?
much rain, many farmers are saving breds for sale, and will be able to'sup communicable disease must be their destruction by the weevil was ::

t their peavine hay under shelter. They ply the needs of a good many Brad properly disposed of by burning or completed by spring. Potatoes were -

use cross poles about six feet apart ford county farmers this fall. burying.It so badly infested by the weevil in m 111111111111111111111111111111111111111ILII1IHIIIINIIillll li1IIIIIIIIIIIiIII11111111IIl1Ullll 1 ...

which gives a free circulation of air in is made the duty of all practicing some instances that even hogs and cat =-- --=

> the hay, and pull the poles out whenthe CONSERVE LIVE STOCK. vererinarians ,and all other persons to tie. refused to eat'them.Investigations = '- = 1"
hay is well cured. It makes a beau ." report the appearance of infectiouscontagious ,
made by Plant Commissioner .
';. tiful green hay when not packed too or communicable disease I "TMs War Will] Be Won "
Wilmon Newell
of
A circular issued by the Seaboard the State -
; heavy in the curing shed. I appearing under their observations.All =
railway company to "owners of livestock Plant Board, during the past few
: I town officers, newspaper editors rules and regulations adoptee months have revealed the presence of 1 ante Farm11.Need s

Madison County-A local farmer reports and employes of the company," is as by the board are based on experience the weevil in the area in a northern --
that from an acre of MexicanJune follows, and timely: of other states in dealing with livestock Florida county and also in two small == for more food is world-wide. Crop ==

;; corn planted June 14 he gathered Do you know that thousands of horses sanitary matters. Officers com- areas on the West Coast and one rather {= prices promise to remain high indefinitely. It

green corn in fifty-four days. He is mules, cattle;, hogs and sheep are missioned by the board are held ac extensive area on the East Coast. == is the duty of every Florida Grower to striveto = r

; now supplying a sanitarium and sev killed annually by railway trains in countable for proper execution of the As no satisfactory "remedy" for the == literally make every acre produce its utmost == :
eral families with green corn. He has this country, and that this economic rules and regulations. pest has ever been discovered, it is of = Fertilizers should be used liberally and '
sold $19 worth of. corn from this acre waste approximating millionsof Complete copies of the law and rules the utmost importance that the rest
many
purchased You need .
by August 20th, which had been plant dollars can be 'reduced? and regulations adopted by the boardmay of the state' be protected from infes == now. the very best fertilizers ==

r ed a little more than two months. The thousands of horses and mules be secured, free of charge, by ap tation. This species of weevil does not =rs= time obtainable for this is certainly not a = r

that are killed every year would fill plying to the State Live Stock Sanitary fly, hence it is spread from one local- = for experimenting ==
the of Board, Tallahassee, Fla. ity to another by the a
St. Lucie County.-A careful examination artillery requirements many: movement and .
a of the roots of Natal grass regiments, and thousands of cattle, shipment of sweet potatoes and sweet r
growing on a pineapple demonstrationplot hogs and sheep that are killed every potato vines which are infested. The 1
INDUSTRIOUS
showed that the grass was practically year would provide meat. for thousands CANNERS. Plant Board has already stopped the rmourr
immune to root knot nematode of soldiers. shipment of sweet potatoes and sweet
Anyone who aids in preventing the i A potato plants into Florida from other
injury. The grass grows well on infested Telegraph representative had occasion -
soil and a few galls are fount loss of even one animal serves his to make a stop at Mr. J. J. Col states and countries. Among the farm- Vegetable and Cl .rtu..

E on the roots, but not sufficient to cause country patriotically and effectually.This son's place, on the road between New ers of Florida the work of the Plant t
injury. economic waste can be reducedby River and Lake Butler, recently, and Board has thus far been largely edu-

was shown the cans of eatables put u]P cational. It is pointed out by the
Owners of stock keeping their animals i by Mrs. Colson this season. Abou Plant Commissioner that the farmer i FertilizersInclude I
Madison County-The bureau o f in fenced enclosures who buys sweet for
and not permitting 1,000 cans had been put up, containingall potatoes his table -- : 1
entomology, U. S. A. D., has a demonstration their stock to roam at largeon kinds of eatables grown on the I use is running the risk of buying infested --- --- -

w and experimental farm for railroad right-of-way. farm that could be canned, including potatoes and thus establishing = r
growing cotton in this county under Town officials passing ordinances beef. To view this generous stack of the pest on his farm. Therefore ev- 45 reliable formulas, made from well

'a S boll weevil conditions. By plantingon prohibiting the practice of permitting cans was to be convinced that the family ery farmer should grow his own sup = known standardized materials of proved

f several different dates and under r stock to roam at large. owning them can live like princesthe ply of sweet potatoes and not be com- == crop-making ability-a complete line designed a

s different weather and fertilizer conditions Superintendents, roadmasters and year round.GROWING. pelled to purchase any. It is also =: to get biggest possible crops under ==
it has been demonstrated tt that section men making a personal appealto pointed out that the farmer must be average Florida conditions; : Many are the well S

an early and rapidly fruiting cotton the owners of stock to keep their FOOD PRODUCTS.The extremely careful where he buys his = known original Armour brands-(of which ==
with scant foliage is imperative under animals in fenced enclosures. sweet potato draws and slips. If he = tens of thousands: of tons have actually been ==

i a maximum weevil infestation. Engineers taking every precaution lives in a neighborhood where the wee used in Florida-with no change S' ,
i within their power to avoid striking farmers of Bradford county vil is unknown the safest plan is to == except

MIAMI.-The.excessive rainfall of stock and never failing to report stock have grown a larger quantity of foot get plants from his near neighbors, -= slightly less potash. Particulars free from =-=
seen of products this than before better still raise == >
the last few days well for big on right way. year ever or to them himself -
augurs Section men driving stock oft'right Rice has been grown on many of the from tubers which he knows are free ;
crops this winter, it was reported this Armour Fertilizer Works'Jacksonville
of keeping farm closed andfences farms with great Judge GeoA. from weevil. If this
I week by a number of farmers and way, gates success. cannot be done = = .
and cattle in Gardiner and Mr. L. C. Prescotthave he should = Fla.
,. : commission men who have been watching guards good repair buy plants only from those == : ;
the results of the showers the giving preference to locations lately left samples of this stapleat dealers who have had their plantings --- r--
Glades lands of this section which one are where liabilities of stock getting on .the Bank of Starke. Judge Gardinei inspected and certified by the State -= r--
f right-of-way is estimates his at 60 bushelsper Plant Board. "
greatest.The yield Many of the leading
, ; used principally for winter trucking. -
FF ,. acre. He planted on new land, dealers of the state have had their Get Yours Now r ;

I Telegraph-the county paper- which had been treated with groundlime plantings inspected by the board the = "t r= I I' .
=
KISSIMMEE.-That a demonstration contains all live State and Nationalnews rock. Mr. Prescott thinks his i past summer and those on whose places r
i. 1-. garden will! be raised within the as well as doings of the farmand yield will be at the rate of 40 bushelsper the weevil was NOT found have

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,;a; pAY;SEPTEMBER 28, 1917. PAGE NINE I

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then. ..- asked him quickly." (Jeorge,you "No Green Greeting
,She had listened to his rapid wordsas -Berlin. same as h. did when Georgy first refused It having been shown by:affidavit that the

If it were all a dream-some beautiful "That's curious, she said. "I beard me. Now rye got used to It" defendant. Stella! Green is a non-resident of l

dream from which she suddenly Just"such another story a little while: While they were trying to persuade the State defendant of Florida ia unknown aDd that and the that residence there ofsaid is

awoke to the stern reality of life with ago. no person in the .
Ethel to Join them, Sir George Wag- state of Florida the serviceof
Its bitterness and Its disappointment "Not such as this," he continued un staff entered the room. He had heard a subpoena upon whom would bind the said
thinkingly. "First I fought with him defendant, and that said defendant U over the i
Its disillusions and Its heartaches. ;
their voices as he was passing throughthe age of twenty-one years. a
"Larry-I; am married," she said and then, to him, almost a stranger, hall on his return from his hurried It i is therefore ordered, considered and ad- 1 f
there I stood In the moonlight quite Judged that the said defendant Stella Green, '
slowly. visit to the admiralty. And since he do appear to the Complainant's Bill of Complaint ,
mad I and poured out heart.I
:+ s guess my had news that he knew would proveof herein on or before the 3rd day of 0. i
told him about you. I'd been so cember. A. D. 1917 in default whereof a degree i
had
CHAPTER he
VIII Interest to them
great
eonfesso will be
lonely It was good to talk to this man pro entered. against the
said Stella Green. I
stopped on his way to his own quar !
Villain. -to talk to anybody that night But It is further ordered that thin notice be pub- I
Doubly a at last I promised the chap I'd quit" ters."By lished in the Bradford County Telegraph a !
Larry Redmond paused, dazed, and Jove, Redmond! I'm glad to seeyour" newspaper published at Starke in Bradford .' I

Ir A@ QV T2irf'J L6Af y? dropped her hand, while he looked at "What made you prom18eT'He he cried as soon as he caught secutive County, Florida weeks., once each week for eight con

CVrPTi1iG N'/VR7 E Ethel uncomprehendingly."Married gazed into space, as the scene sight of the returned wanderer. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereuntoset I

?" he stammered. became vivid In his mind. "Thank Sir George! It's goodto my hand and affixed tne seal of our Cir
Q 4t& V 7 61! ? "ilfi'd 6b/4f1TAG Qr'7TfNT "No no, "Ah! 'I 'twas the sentimentthe you suit Court on this the 25th day of September
suppose "
it can't be! You're playing some be back Larry replied. -\. D. 1917.
SYNOPSIS. lie begged I game! It can't be true!" Irish In me. He appealed to my "As a Britisher, you've come homeat W. T. WEEKS.

? But Ethel was not ready, to do that "I'm secretly married," she con love of country-to my patriotism. I the right moment" Sir George told 9-28-Ct (SEAL) Clerk..

: 4 t' CHAPTER I-Georgy Wagstaff daugh- She shrank from discussing herself fessed. was an officer in his majesty's service him gravely as he shook the captain's BILL FOR PARTITION.

p. Of Sir George of the Brltlah adm1rftr. > with him. He looked at her In amazement and some day England might need me hand In Circuit Court Bradford County Florida. I
a liaison andheHenripratmao. and I'd not be there. It hit me. And "Yon that there's of the In Chancery.J. .
"So become mean news
... .agishints Willouirhby. you've a great globe "Secretly? But whY-why? Regenstein Company
,_ Ethel denies It trotter-you who'd never been out of "I can't explain, even to you, Larry curious 'twas" It should be a German to war-bad news?" Ethel exclaimed, A Corporation.

CHAPTER II-Henry Streetman tails England!! she said, hastily -except that it's for my happiness to stop me! quick to grasp the suggestion of some- Complainant

.,rm Ethel and while waiting for her talks "Ah! That was different I was poor keep It secret, now." She had listened to him with Increasing thing serious In Sir George's words and B. W. Hodges vs et aL Bill for Partition.

-:. to Brewiter. Sir about George's his failure butler,to who get Is at a then" be reminded her. Bitter realization came to him then. wonder. His very words were almost manner both."Germany. Notice to Appear.

,, Admiralty Otnnan spy papers In Sir George's posses- "Oh-and now?" But he would not press her further. a duplication of Henry Street- has declared that a state man The and State R.of R.Florida-to Hoffman, Greeting Jennie Maude: Hoff-

, i*h slop. He phones to German secret serv- "I'm the idle rich," be informed her "And you're happy?" His eyes sought man's. There could be no doubt that It of war exists between herself and It having been shown by affidavit that the

'i f'':| headquarter humorously. "An uncle in India 'fell hers sadly. was the same episode. The long arm Russia. Our Information la that FranceIs Hoffman defendants,her Jennie Maud Hoffman and R. R.
husband are non-residents of
,; ;' CHAPTER force in-\Vhen her to Ethel from appears Sir off his horse, hunting-not very roman- She could not keep back the whole of coincidence could scarcely stretch mobilizing and will support Russia the state of Florida and that the residence of

a :. its GMTC tries knowledge to of the sailing get orders tic, was it? And they cabled me I truth from him, no matter how much that far. And now, at his final sentence !" Sir George seemed all at once said said defendants defendants' U at Akron Ohio and that

'r to the British fleet Though she believes was the sole heir to his vast estates." she wished to. Larry Redmond's hon Ethel started."A years older under the added cares of one years. are over the age of twenty-
Instead of German
,': )ste lID refuses a French until he threatens a her. spy She, "I didn't know you had an uncle In esty was too patent to make dissem- German?" she cried In quick sun the impending conflict It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged

C!- f tegs.him U Qeorgy to announce IB suspicious their secret but he marriage puts India," Ethel commented with some bling an easy matter In his presence. prise. (Conumipd! Next Week.) Hoffman and and the R. said R. Hoffman Defendant, her Jennie husband Maud do
"Oh I "Yes! Heinrich Strassmann'Ethel appear to the Complainant's Bill of Complaintto
W off. eurprise. yes, Larry was happy-until !!
3' partition the following described land I
ly
: ""CHAPTER IV-At tea Georgy and her -:'No more did I! But-God bless you came back just now," she said. gasped. ing and being in the County of Bradford and

I later, lily Falconer, tease Sir George, him!" the captain said with mock rev "Then why did you marry him?" he "Heinrich Strassman! Are. you HANDS ARMS State of Florida, tq-wit:
f
sad an awkward atttf.pt demanded. There in his sure?"' She could not believe that she North half of Southwest Quarter of Section
pomakes was no
y treetz erence. anger 1
heard him 6. Township 6, South Range 22 East on !
l aright
"And why-why have you come voice-only regret. and wonder. or before the 1st day of October. A. D. 1917 .
') CHAPTER V-Charlle Brown newspa' "Because when you left I was desperate "Oh, I'd not be likely to forget in default whereof a decree pro eonfesso will I
back? she inquired slowly. LIMBS ASLEEP
: ofwith New York, entertains the tea him" Captain Redmond assured her be entered against: the said Jennie Maud Hoff. ,
!: party his views on the threatened I "For the same reason that I went she admitted. man and R. R. Hoffman her husband
. war'ID Europe. I away," he said promptly. "You! he exclaimed, more than ever bitterly. It is further ordered that this notice be published -
"Wouldn't that be StreetmanIn in the Bradford County Telegraph a
CHAPTER VI-Guy Falconer declares i "What was that?" at a lose to understand her. Henry And Was Ron-Down Weak and newspaper published at Starke in Bradford J.
l' that If war comes he will go to Cuba. His "A woman!" "Yes!" Ethel said. "I waited-waited English she asked slowly County Florida once each week for five consecutive
i mother and Sir George reprove hiss. "Yes, I so he rejoined. weeks.In .
- ;t Charlie says Guy Is spoofing. His soft reply, his serious eyes. for you until a month ago. I'd suppose Nervous, Says Florida Lady. WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereuntoset

thrilled her. But at the same time she never heard from you-never heard of "Why? my hand and affixed the seal of our court
Redmond five Bottles of Cardiff I
,' CHAPTER VH-Capt Larry I dead. If Ethel Willoughby rose and moved on this the 30th day of August A. D. 1917.
; Irish Guards, calls on EtheL The knew that she must no longer let him you. thought you were W .T.
.' lye had been undeclared lovers and now remain in a lover's mood-she who you'd been alive, I felt that my love, away from him, to hide her agitation."Oh Made Her Well. (Seal) WEEKS Clerk. ';
" M uXt her to marry him. She still loves nothing! she said. By C. KNIGHT }-
j biro but tells him she is married. would have given anything to hear my wanting you so very much would -
t "It's a ," Larry A. V. LONG. Deputy Clerk. s
queer game said Ignorant -
bring back to
you me.
.' that one short month ago. Solicitor for Complainant 8-31-51 ,
'F In another moment Miss Willoughby "You Larry She forced a gay "Dear God!" There was no mock of her agony-"this thing they Kathleen, Fla.-Mrs. Dallas Prtne, I
of this place, : "After the birthof
says
and Captain Redmond were Alone, she In that wail.straigh't call life. I, an officer in his majesty's
4 reverence souljwrung AOTICE.
laugh. "How exciting! Tell me, who my last child..I got very much I
to" herself seated upon the wide settee. from his Celtic heart. army, to owe mine to a man In the run-down and weakened Notice is hereby given: that the following described
was she? so much
lands wil Ibe sold at public auctionon
But the captain, apparently, dared not "The woman I loved," was his quiet "And all my money had gone. Oh! German secret servlcer'"A. that I could hardly do anything at the First Monday in October, 1917. it be-
trust himself nearer her than the stool It doesn't matter now! And I came German spy!" Now Ethel knew all. I was so awfully nervous that ing the tat day of said month before the I

Upon which he perched just where he reply. here as governess to Sir George's what Her husband was. Now she knew I could scarcely endure the least courthouse door at Starke, in Bradford county
1. She could not mistake his meaning."I State of Florida or so much thereof as
could not touch her. There had been never thought were In love daughter. He's been very helpful. why he was eternally pressing her to noise. My .condition was getting will be necessary to pay the amount due for I

N' a time when he and Ethel were undis- you And this man-my husband gouge official secrets out of Sir George worse all the time. taxes herein set opposite the same together
with anybody, she rejoined. I knew I must have some relief with the cost of such sale and advertising. .
fond of each other. But now seemed fond of Wagstaff. Her gorge rose within her. or i .
3 foKedly came along. lIe
"But I was and she was a darlIn'- very I would soon be In the bed and In R. S. Johns-Blk 21 as extended on Ensey's J
he was scarcely sure of her sentiments me-" sUe smiled wanly-"quite des- "We mustn't hold that against him," a map in original Town of Starke. See. 28, i '
the loveliest thing in the whole world, serious condition for I felt so badly Tp. 6, Range 22 East-Taxes and costs
toward him. watched over by some guardian angel perately In love. I was wretched, misln Larry chided her gently. He little knew and was so nervous and weak I could $41.07. 1

"So, Larry, you've actually come her the best in life. the agony that she was concealingfrom hardly live. My husband asked Dr. WVa of blk 33 in Livingston. Truby & CD'S .
that
brought
sub division of NEVi of NE%. Sea 28. .
she said. him. about
back at Iast" 'Twas his job-and for a my taking CarduL He f
, "And yet she refused you?" Ethel Tp 6, Range 22 East Taxes and costs, ;
i "I wonder if It can seem as long to stranger he'd been mighty kind to me said, 'It's a good medicine, and good $17.55. Owner. R. M. Ellerson.
i yon u it does to me," he mused."I said with a smile. She wished that -he and his wife." for that trouble', so he got me 5 bot Blk 36 in Livingston Truby & Co's sub division i I _
Larry Redmond had not stayed to talk tles. .After about tha second bottle I of NEVi of NEVi, See. 28, Twp. 6,
: don't know-perhaps! That last word struck her cold. I Range 22 East Taxes and costs, $17.55. I
with her. But the fascinated her. felt greatly Improved. before
: "Do yon mindwhen I saw you last? man 0 "What did you say?" she asked him taking Owner R. M. Ellerson. !
He always had. And though she knew it my limbs and hands and arms N',3 of SW'i of SWU less S A in See. 8. Tp. .
Twas at a dance on the river- she had right to listen to such very slowly. would go to sleep. After taking It, 7, Range 20 East 17 acres Taxes and ,
i "At Marlowe!" She had been far no "Why, that he and his wife had been however, this poor circulation disap- costa, $10.21. Owner. Unknown.B. .
things as he was telling her, some ir- M. DOWLING .
. "
. from forgetting that pleasant memory. mighty kind to me. peared. My strength came beck to Tax Collector.
seemed to hold her
J 'Then you do remember!" he cried resistible force "You're quite sure he was married me and I was soon on the road to 141

with delight "It was my first one- helpless until he should have told her she inquired in a manner that was health. After the use of about 5 bottles NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED es

step!" he told her. that he loved her. strangely deliberate. Aghast as she I could do all my houseworkand UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 488S, .
"Ah! She hadn't the chance to refuse attend to my. six children besides LAWS OF FLORIDA. e
1 "You ruined my slippers," she reminded I' 13 was at the thought of Henry Street. ." Notice is hereby given that A. Z. Adkins, ..
; him, to tease him. me, he was saying, "for I never IIth man's duplicity, at his villainy In subjecting You feel purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 173. dated the
can safe In
told her because how could I? I was giving Cardula 6th of A. D. has filed said
"Did I? Then It was punishmentthat I her to a marriage that seemedno thorough trial for day July 1915. certificate -
your troubles. It in my offce and has made application
when I came up the second time just a captain in the army; how could I marriage at all, a certain calm sat- contains no harmful or habit-forming for tax deed to issue in accordance with law.

wild taxicabs' wouldn't drag another I hope to take care of her the way a i. \ isfaction came over her. In spite of drugs, but Is composed of mild, vege- Said certificate embraces the following described

dance from you?" man should take care of the woman he \ her shame she was glad beyond words table, medicinal ingredients with no Florida property to-wit: situated in Bradford county,

"No, you were too late," Ethel ex loves 2"Ethel's that she was not tied to him for life-' bad aftereffects. Thousands of women Southwest quarter of Northeast quarter and

plained. She had no wish to be too heart was heavy with the If what she now tried to believe were have voluntarily written; telling of Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter ana

bard on him. thought of what might have been. +//I 1I only true! the good Cardul has done them. It Northeast Northwest quarter quarter of of Southwest Southeast quarter quarter See.and

"Too late! That's the tragedy of the. "How selfish you men are! Perhaps "Married?" Larry repeated. "Oh, should help you, too. Try It E 74 22, Tp. 7, S. R. 20 E., 160 acres. The said
land being assessed at the date of the issuance
Irish We're always too somethin'- she cared, too?" she suggested. I'm quite sure. Ills wife was a typical of such certificate in the name of R. L. Shaw.

too late or too early-too sentimentalor Captain Redmond shook his head de I : moonfaced German hausfrau, with two Piles Cured In e to 14 Days Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according -
to law. tax deed will issue thereon on
too cynIcal-too shy dr too bold. We spondently."No children-bonny little kiddies. I used Vocr druggist will refund money If PAZO the 8th day of October A. D. 1917. ,
laugh too much and we're too sad. 1 think not," he replied. "I to romp 'em." OINTMENT fill to care any Piles case in of 6tol4days Itching, Witness my official signature and seal this

We're too much In love or not at all don't think she even guessed how I "Oh, my God! My God!" Ethel The nlindBleedingorProtrudmg first application gives Ease and Rest. Soc the 30th day of August A.W.D.T.1917.WEEKS

l' We're way up or we're way down." felt I don't think she guesses now. cried suddenly. --- SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court.

-t "In fact..:, you're Irish," she Interpo- You see, she was rich, she was beautifuL "My dear-what is It? What is It?" + + A + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 8-31-61. Bradford County, Fla. ,

'7. uuea soiuy."You u. There were always a dozen:men Larry exclaimed. lIe saw that she was t LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE 4t

'c- sound as If you liked us- dancing attendance on' her-bully v- ltd agony. And he went to her as he + ff + 4't4 + ft + ft + tf ADMINISTRATOR'S SETTLEMENT.NOTKV *T FINAL

$ Irish,," he rejoined. chaps, some of them! And one day might have hurried to any fluttering OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE is hereby given that on October 8,
'** when they told me she was engagedto bird with a broken wing. UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888. 1917 I will present to the County Judge of
LAWS OF FLORIDA. Bradford County Florida, my final account
lf the bulllest of them all, I went "Oh, it's everything-everything1!* Hereby notice 's pi\en that T. J. Alderman and vouchers of the estate of Calvin Mort deceased -

away." she told him with a dry sob. purchaser of tax sale certificates numbered and apply for the approval of same
I "Without saying good-by?" Even he aa rrolr respectively! 22fi.: 227. 232. 234 and 245 issued and for my final discharge as such administra ,
"I should never have gone away; or
hv the Tax Collector for Bradford County. i
t.f 4'H1 caught the suspicion of reproach in her "Larry-I I Am Married." having gone, I should never have come Florida each of said certificates being dated tor.Dated this the 30th day of March A. D. I I
voice."I the 6th day of September, A.: D. 1915. has filed 1917. ,
back-to make you suffer like this, he
A. Z. ADKINS
the said certificates in my office and has made
'1', couldn't do that, he explained. "I erable, lonely, and oh! so tired! I said with bitter self-reproach. It hurt application for tax deed to issue in accordancewith Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott deceased I

j wanted her to be happy; but I couldn't wanted someone to take care of me. him terribly to see her so torn by her law. The said certificates respectively Starke. FJa. 1-3 -8mo. ,
embrace the foll.winllands in Bradford county
quite bear to see her happiness with And so, I married." emotions. "There, there, my dear Florida assessed in the names respectively TAX DEED : J
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR f
my own eyes. And so I've tossed "And It's all my fault!" That was Don't cry!" be said, patting her arm hereinafter particularly set forth. to-wit : UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4S88 !
away the last twelve months-no goodto like Redmond-to condemn him- with the tenderness of a woman. Certificate No. 226: embraces NEI+ of SWH LAWS OF FLORIDA. I I r ,
Larry assessed
See. 29. Tp. 4. S. R. 20 E. 40 acres Louis H. Hill 1
Hereby notice is given that
"
"Oh let Let Ethel cried
anyone self instead of her. me me Unknown. purchaser of tax sale certificates Lumbered
"Yet now you've come back," she She could not bear to hear him up- for the blessed vent of tears had come Certificate No. 227 embraces the following of : respectively 64 and 65 Issued by the Tax Collector -
Com 210 yards S of NW cor of NE 4 SE'Sand
said sadly, to herself more than to braid himself. to her at last "Oh Larry, why run S 53 2-3 yds. E. 70 yds. N. 63 2-3 said I certificates for Bradford being County dated, Florida the 3rd each day of of

him. She could not help rememberingwhat "Please, aren't we suffering enoughnow i couldn't It have been different yds. W. 70 yds to pt of bell Sec 18 Tp. 6. S. August A. D. 1914 has filed said certiflca'H

he had just said about the Irish ?" she protested.He "Faith, I don't know, my dear! But R.Certificate 21 E., 2 acres No. 232, assessed embraces J. H.Et:Denmark.of E>-'. of in tat my deed office to issue, and in has accordance made application with law. for

being too late. made up his mind, then, that for now with you and me it's only a dreamof NW!i of SWli and all NE>, of SWti W of The said certificate respectively embrace

He turned to her eagerly. her sake he must put things in a differ- what might have been-and we assessed Ry.. Sec.C.10.G.Tn.Holland.6. S. R. 22 East 30 acres. the following lands in Bradford County. Flora!
ida assessed et the date of the Issuan-e ot nrli
'Twas only the other day In Pana- ent light. And goading himself to his must forget" he comforted her Certificate No. 234 embraces WU of NW>4 cert-fcatee ir the names respeeti'j'y hereinafter .
of NE' Sec. 11. Tp. 6. S. R. 22 E, 20 acres,
si ma I picked up a copy of an old Times duty, he sat down and looked at her bravell."ForgeU". particularly set forth to-wit:
stressed C. Roy Hathaw.y.Cprtificate
lot 4 in Ott'ssub
Certificate No. 64 embraces
-and I read there a paragraph about wearily. she repeated brokenly. No. 245 embraces S'4 of NW% division of East Lawtey. assessed Win.
r her. She was still Miss-Miss-and so "But you've got to realize," he be- "Well, we must try to," he said. of SEi, See. 8. Tp. 7. S. R. 22 E., 20 acres, Williams.

i I'm here," he said pointedly, though he gan, "you've got to realize that it's "We must be friends-the best friendsin assessed Unless James said certificates Clark. shall redeemed according subdivision Certificate of No.East 65 embraces Lawtey assessed lot 7 in DavidM. Ott's ..!>

r had mentioned no name identify the best you shouldn't have married a the world." to law, tax deed will issue thereon on Smith.
t- ,
the 6th day of November A. D. 1917. Taccording
girl of whom he spoke. coward-and I was teat Two months "We can't be just-friends," she told Witness my official signature and seal this Unless said certificates shall bi redeemed i =
deed issue
to law tax will thereonon
"Here?" she asked, as If perplexed.He ago I nearly finished it all." him. She knew that their deep love 24th day of September A. D. 1917. the let day of October, A. D. 1917. .

went to her then. "Larry!" Ethel exclaimed In sudden for each other would never let them be W. T. WEEKS.Clerk. Witness my official signature and seal this ;e
i. (SEAL) the 21st day of August A. D. 1917. s
"Ethel! Ethel! I want you to marryme fear. The mere mention of such a merely that By R. A. WEEKS W. T. WEEKS

!! he besought her. He kneeled up- thing shocked her inexpressibly."Ah "We must be!! he persisted with the I 9286t. Deputy Clerk. (Seal Clerk. ,;

1 on the settee beside her. "Please God, yes! I meant to!" he continued conviction of a man who would alwaysdo BANK STATEMENT. 8-24-6t By R. A.Deputy WEEKS Clerk. 4 4 j i

say you will!" ruthlessly "And it was another man right. "We love eacn other too Report of the condition of the Bank of ..#-

1 "Oh! Larry! Larry! She was both -almost a stranger who stopped me." much to be more-r less-than the Starke. at Starke. in the state of Florida at -jp"
the close of business Sept 11, 1917.
happy and sad-happy to know that he "When was it?" Anxious as she best of friends. Renourcet. TRESPASS SIGNS FOR SALE. }!

really loved her, but desolate when was, she could not forbear asking him From the hall outside, voices came Bills receivable _________ 73,163.20Overdrafts
j. __.______........__.... 177.98
J ... I she realized that what he asked could that It seemed inconceivable that the to their ears. And Ethel had scarcely State, county and municipal bonds 4.000.00

never be. gpy Larry she used to know should dried her tears before their friends Banking house, furniture and fixtures 8522.69 H j
*.aware of the Military, Ethel"" !" selfdestruction."Two Other real estate .____.:.__ __. 744.55 jI I -
"Oh Ethel! I love you-I love you ever have been near had returned to claim them for the din- Claims and other resources_ ____ 676.59
A' "And I never even dreamed It!" The months ago-" he said. And ner party. Due from incorporated banks.._.__ 8,210.09 A
She gave human enigmatic look. her like some he stopped abruptly then, as If his Cheeks and exchanges for clearing.1.250
Irony of it all swept over "Great Scott! Guy Falconer exclaimed -
"I love you-IrIsh." she replied. Cash on hand ___.._._________ 2394.26
,
;4 engulfing flood. thoughts had momentarily taken him as he came upon them. "Still
"'TIs a lucky race we are!! he told ____________
"You care for me, too don't you? far away. "Two months ago, in Berlin chinning, you two? You never talk to Total 100,611.68 R

:.! her with great enthusiasm. Oh, say you do!! he begged.She ," he resumed, pulling himself together me as long as that!" he told Georgy Capital stock paid Liabilities.in ________ 15000.00

1 "But tell me-what have you been rose, as if she would shake off by visible effort. "It was one Wagstaff with mild reproach. Surplus fund ___, _-.________ 3,000.00
doing- Ethel asked. Individual deposits subject to check- 52.R96.02
the cruel chains that kept her away of those gorgeous, moonlight nights. I I "You're not so Interesting aa Cap- Time certificates of deposit __.___ 17207.83 HARDWARE.t
"Since I spoiled your Uppers? CAP. from him. was thinking of you, my dear, and i tain Redmond." she retorted with the Savings: deposits ______.________. 307.73Notes .
'. tam Redmond laughed. He seemed What and bills rediscounted _____ 12,500.00
l' "I've always cared," she told him thinking how futile it all was. I cruelty of insolent eighteen.

never* to remain long In a serious mood. brokenly. was the use? It was in one "Well, admitting that," Guy said, for Total ______________________100611.58 W
rr'' 0h, my dear, I've been a long way His heart leaped at that And step of those little side streets off Unter den voluntarily Into an State of Florida County of Bradford ss:
from India Berlin he never plunged I, T. H. Halligan cashier of the abovenamed -
; States
TIpperary-the ,
ping behind her quickly, he laid his Linden. I stood there behind a tree argument with Georgy, "admittingthat bank do solemnly swear that the above A

Paris, South America. And ah! hands gently'upon her two arms. when suddenly this fellow came up I've seats for the Palace and statement i is true to the best of my knowledgeand
tty dear how lonely rYe been!" belief. T. H. HALLIGAN. .
revolver. -
I from behind and grabbed my
"My love, my love what a great we've telephoned to Richmond for a Cashier.
"You lonely! She could not believe world it Is when you're happy he exclaimed ." table. So let's hurry." Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th RDeWitt

that the mercurial Irishman could ever "Just think! I'll get the license All at once his recital .brought back day of Sept. 1917. J. C. POPPELL Notary Public.

long be that we'll be married "I don't think I can go after all" Correct-Attest:
In the morning;
I've been In crowded places and la to Ethers mind another similar story Ethel told them then. She knew that E. S. MATTHEWS. E

empty ones, but always I was alone," In the afternoon and on our way to In her agitation she could not at firs she was In no condition for the banter G. M.C. LIVINGSTON Directors.,
A. DARBY :
b* laid with Just a hint of sadness. In Switzerland I know the darluV! of a recall exactly where or under what ing give and take of dinner-table conversation

sprite of the gayety that his friends place right by a rushing river In the circumstances she had heard it And BILL FOR DIVORCE.In C Jone

:loved in him there were many times very shadow of the snow! And think then, in a flash, she remembered. Her "Oh, Ethel!" Georgy cried In obvious Circuit Sourt. Eighth Judicial Circuit of .

when( Captain Redmond had to fight bow young we are! We're fifty years .husband had told her a tale tike that disappointment And "Oh Ethel! Donl I Florida.. H. Green Bradford county.L. Starke Florida

hid to dispel the Celtic melancholy ahead of us-fifty years of love and only an hour before. spoil the party!r Mrs. Falconer urged. v* Bill for Divorce ,

0ui wu his natural heritage. "Bat happiness! Just yon and me, my dear!" rin Berlin fltfvwas-not Parts?" she Comum. Lanrr...**MOar.. >>1 Stella Green

,!ttw, ther-:,=teU m* about. yourself," Captain Redmond kissed her hand

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. Y
PAGE. TEN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 111r


P' ere employed for the ensuing term no I weather the crowd was small. lows: has the best soil for .:
fi. _ _ pupils under the age of six years will Mr. T. E. Waldrup left for Bell on I Peaches, 232 quarts; sweet pickled uct in the whole "dog any goned grown
be admitted. Tuesday to appraise farms in that peaches 21 sUa-( :-
quarts; peach preserves, The many friends of Mr.
+ 1 Quite a number of our boys were examined place. He has eight other associations 10 pints; pickled beets, 20 pints; cucumber the linn of Miller and Green Miner r

for military service during the going westMasters pickles, 35 pints; English peas, to learn of the accident whereby, .
" County News Items week. J. D.,and Wilbur Rimes, of 29 quarts; vegetable soup, 51 quarts; I Miller last the two middle finger s *
The services conducted at the Meth- Dukes, were business visitors here last tomatoes, 133 quarts; field peas, 159 his right hand last Thursday. :P1 IA.,
odist church by Mrs. Barr in the fore- week. quarts; sweet corn, 24 quarts, toma- Mr. C. 0. Carroll and Tom **
noon and Rev. Barr in the evening of Mr. J. M. Little, our former tele- toes, okra, corn, succotash, 25 quarts; dricks, of Dukes, were busineSl'tiJCl. t
, r: Llge+rWy Nets Gathered Durlnf the Week by Our last Sunday were well attended. graph operator, who is now engagedin plums, 8 quarts; making a total of tors to Raiford Thursday. "It
, 3 Regular Correspondent Messrs. W. J. and J. B. Alexanderwere business in Floral City, passed thru 714% quarts. Mr. Carl McKinney and son, of JfJ/
, l I business visitors to Jacksonville here last Wednesday enroute to Starketo ,The reward of industry was never Clenny, spent Friday in Raiford ?
t 1y during the week, and while there pur- pass a medical examination as per better illustrated than by this indus- ing over the drove of mules 104>
I chased a new Chevrolet touring car. order of Uncle Sam. trious young lady. The prices of can- purchased by Senator Andrews I'eeeIItJj f
RISING. Mr. J. Hampton Jones, of Jackson- Clyde Mullady is sight-seeing on the Mr. Ernest Richard, of Gainesville, ned goods have gone out of reach of brother, J. Tuck Andrews. '.j'his
y ville, was a visitor to Lawtey last Sat-. East Coast, and visiting friends at passed through here last Tuesday on any but well-to-do people. The fac- Mr. H. W. Raiford, state prison
urday. various coast towns. I his way to Starke to Jake medical.ex- tory article is very inferior to the spector, spent the week-end In tat.
; Mrs. Roland Thomas of Brooker, Rev. W. L. Overstreet, of Lake But- A. J. Nim>\ represents the Tele- amination for the army. home product put up in glass, too, and ford. -
t has been visiting for the past few days ler, filled his regular monthly appoint- graph at Hampton and is authorized to I Mrs. Angus Bielling, of Providence, this family can now eat good fruit and Mr. L. Sapp, wife and son, Fefil"" 1
;, 1 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ment at the Lawtey Baptist church take subscriptions for the paper. Any- was the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. C. vegetables during the winter without spent Friday in Jacksonville. ': ..1
Jackson. Mrs. Thomas and children last Sunday. one wishing to subscribe may leave it Strickland and Mrs. C. F. Rivers last r feeling that anything is too good for Mr. I. D. Stone, of Baker county
visited her 'brother and family, A. L. Deputy Sheriff Cameron, of Starke, with him, as well as any news item : week. I them, for they saved the products of spent Saturday in Raiford. ;
Jackson, last Monday, returning home was a visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.Dr. which they would like published.The I. Miss Mildred Roberts who has been their orchard, farm and garden at lit- Mr. Joe E. Andrews and son, Fred.!
,Wednesday. V. H. Gwynn, of the state boardof visiting her aunts, Mrs. J. L. Shaw tle expense. I spent Saturday with Senator Andrei**
Mr. A. G. Fouts, who has been visiting health department,'was on a tour and Mrs. Bennie Shaw, of Alachua, returned -S-- i We are glad to know that "Until?
ladies of the Christian
4 his mother and sisters, returned of sanitary inspection in Lawtey one Hampton last week. She was accompanied Ste\'e" Denmark, our marshal,U i
church will have bazaar at the Masonic RAIFORD.Junior m
to his home in Plant City a few day last week. a by Mrs. Bennie Shaw. improved. He has 'suffered for tb ': .
Hall, Hampton, Saturday, Nov. I\
days ago.Listen. Wilmot Brown, who is in the employof 24th. The of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Rivers made last few days with a very severe CUe':
here, farmers: Let's all of the Geological Survey Co., came co-operation invited. everyoneis 9289t. a business visit to Bland last week. High School to Open. of "shingles." .:
us come together and just as soon as down from Georgia and spent Satur- cordially They have just purchased a fine car. The Raiford Junior High School will Mr. J. A. Brooks, a prominent muf::
we have gathered our cotton, turn ink day and Sunday at the home of his /' Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Cone returnedlast open its third year in the new brick chant, of Raiford, spent Thursday MJ;
and take up the stalks and burn them. parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown. MILLER. Tuesday, after visit to Horse- building next Monday, 'Oct. 1st. pre- Friday in Jacksonville buying and fjJJ.*
I In this way we can destroy lots of the Mr. A. A. Wainwright, of Starke, shoe Bay where they have been on a sided over by the following competent ing an order of dry goods and notiota'*
J boll weevils, thus guaranteeing us a was a business visitor to Lawtey last fishing excursion. They were driven array of talented teachers: Rev. W. L. Overstreet, of Lake Bat",
f' I f, cotton crop next year. And everybody Saturday.Mr. TisonNesSmith.On over in an automobile by heavy-weight Mr. John A. J. Pinholster, principal.Mr. ler, spent Friday in Raiford. > ;
F protect the quail, as they also destroy R. K. Davis returned home from last Sunday at 3:30 o'clock p. m., Chauffeur, Charlie Kerce. They report Louis Taylor, First Asisstant. Mr. Steve Roberts, formerly of
f the weevils. Alabama last Saturday.Mr. Mr. Campbell Tison and Miss Mary having a very enjoyable time. Miss Ruby Roberts, Second Assis- Worthington but more lately of D 7. :
r H. B. Bennett, Jr., was a busi- NesSmith *were united in marriage, Mr. J. D. Cobb went to Jacksonvillelast : tona, spent Friday night with lusy
PINE LEVEL. ness visitor to,Jacksonville last Sat- Notary W. 0. Brooks officiating. The Tuesday to purchase a Jeffrey I I tant.Miss Delia Bielling, Third Asisstant. brother, W. I. Roberts. ,
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urday. marriage took place at the home of truck for the oil business. I Miss Nannie Andrews Fourth Assis Regular services were conducted
" Mr. Charlie Sheppard, who is in the Hon. W. 0. Brooks, where by appoint- Masters Walter and Bascom Cobb Sunday at the Holiness church by tt. *
Mr. and Mrs. Green Moody, of Ala- employment of the U. S. Geological ment, a large concourse of friends and returned Tuesday from Gainesville, af- I tant.Miss Sallie Dempsey, Primary De- Rev. Thomas. The attendance WMgood. ,;
! f chua, visited Mr. and Mrs. Edmondson Survey Co., and stationed at Yulee, relatives had gathered to witness the ter a visit to their aunt, Mrs. Collins. partment. -
Wednesday. spent Sunday here with his parents, ceremony. The bride is the oldest Mr. J. N. Thornton, representing the "With this corps of teachers and the Mr. Brooks, a merchant, of Starke,;:
I
, ; Mr. J. C. Cone, of Lawtey, spent Mr. and Mrs. James Sheppard.Mr. daughter of Mrs. J. D. NesSmith and Bradford County Telegraph in the continued support of all patrons that spent Sunday visiting his brother, J.-:
.Tuesday with his brother, G. E. Cone, Felix Long, of Starke, representing I I the groom is a son of Mr. J. 0. Tison, promotion of the Bradford County we have had for the past several yearswe A. Brooks. -
't of this place. the W. B. Johnson Co., of and is one of the prosperous young Fair Edition to be issued October 12, feel sure that this term we will I Mr. Florrie Harndon, a prominent
I Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Niles and chil- Jacksonville, was transacting businessin farmers of this community.They spent Saturday, Monday and Tuesdayin make rapid strides toward the ultimate farmer of Madison county, spent Son _
; dren spent Sunday at Sampson City. Lawtey Saturday. are both very popular and the Lake Butler gathering data for feature goal of all public schols-a High day in Raiford. .
Mrs. I. L. Cone is spending this James Godwin left 'a few days ago many friends of the couple wish thema writing on the Fair. Mr. Thorn- I School. Senator Ion L. Farris, of Jackson.. *
I week with her son, J. C. Cone, of Law- for South Georgia where he has ac- happy and prosperous life. ton is an experienced specialty writer Much has been written and said con- ville, spent Sunday in Raiford. Judge;

.1,I tey.Mr. cepted a position with the U. S. Geo- I Eugene Douglass and Furman Stokes and a hustler. No doubt the edition of cerning our soldier boys under the pro- Farris has spent,several weeks lately \
and Mrs. Eston Brown and son, logical Survey Co. spent Friday and Saturday in Jack- the Telegraph that will be publishedon tecting shadows of.old Glory and the in Washington in the interest of the*
i i of Sampson City, spent Sunday with Mr. Geo. Wainwright, of Wateroak, sonville on business. the 12th of October will be a bril- writer feels that he should call atten- establishment of military training!
Mrs. Alice Oliver. was a visitor to Lawtey last Saturday.Mrs. Miss Carrie Belle Brown spent sev- liant one. tion to the fact that Raiford has three camps in. Florida. The Judge w\ ?}
i I Little Clyde Edmondson, who has Tom Whitehead and children, eral days in Lake Butler last week of School. boys in the regular army and two en- very probably be a car.didate for GoY:
I I been visiting his -grandparents in Ala- of Jacksonville, are spending a few visiting Miss Estelle Rosenberg. The Opening Butler High Normal and High listments in the National Guard. Mr. ernor in the next general electum. ,
chua, came home Wednesday.Mr. days with relatives in Lawtey. Little Winfred, 4-year-old son of Lake October 1st. Hoke Smith, now a second lieutenantin Mr. Jno. Crews, of Lake Butler
School will Monday,
and Mrs. Alonzo Goodge and David Reddish was a visitor to Jack- :Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Douglass, had The opening open exercises will be as fol- the regular army stationed at Panama spent Sunday visiting relatives in RaI->r o
Mrs. Blanche Robinson, of Sampson sonville last Thursday.. the misfortune to fall off the fence and : is a local boy who joined the reg- ford. J "
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City, visited'here Tuesday. Mrs. T. D. Adams and children are break his arm. Dr. Witt, of Provi- ular army and through sheer ability Mrs. W. H. Andrews and John Arthur ,
t Hon. J. L. Underhill and A. 0. visiting relatives in Lake City this dence was called and dressed the broken Invocation. and pluck has worked himself into a spent the latter part of last week'4-
.: Strickland attended services at Cor- week. t limb. The child is doing nicely. Overture, "Our Country" Orchestra. berth as a commissioned officer, an visiting the mother of Mrs. Andrews 1"<
: inth Sunday. The ladies of Lawtey will give a )Ir. and Mrs. J. L. Brown visited Song, "America, Chorus: honor which requires not only hard near Lawtey. ''.
t A. crowd of our young people attended dinner next Saturday at the store relatives at Bland, Alachua county, General statement-S. A. Draper. work but merit to attain. Hoke is a Mr. Jno. N. Kelly spent Sunday fa:'
: the end breaking up at Rising building of Mrs. M. E. Edwards, for Sunday. Violin Solo-Miss Violet Parsons. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Smith, of Jacksonville visiting his wife, who n-\; .
Saturday report a nice time. the benefit of the Red Cross society. H. S. Miller, our merchant and Reading-Miss Harrison. Raiford. Mr. and Mrs. Smith also havea cently had an operation performei
t Everybody invited to go and get a farmer, made a business trip to Ala- General statement-Woman's Club. younger son, Chesley, serving the Mr. Kelly states that Mrs. Kelly is inx! .
cc. WOODLAWN PARK. good dinner and help this worthy chua's county seat Monday.J. Miscellaneous addresses.. regular army. He is stationed at Fort proving, which will be gratefully received --' .
cause. M. Douglass, of Worthington Selection by orchestra.It Totten, N. Y., but at present is homeon by her many friends. .
Rev. J. H. Martin, district superintendent Springs, passed through here Sunday is hoped that the patrons will not a furldugh. Another local boy in Miss Kate and Master Ben Roberta, --
Mr. E. Kite and family of near Lake : of Jacksonville, will preach at enroute to Providence. fail to attend, as their presence en- the regulars is Marion Browning, son children of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Roberts ;

g. Butler, visited at the home of Mr. and Grace M. E.church next Monday evening Eugene Shaller, agent at Dukes, courages the children.Mr. the of Mrs. J. G. Ritch. Marion is now J I of Worthington, spent the weekend ,[
Mrs. Steve Futch last week. Oct. 1. The. third Quarterly conference passed through here Sunday!! evening.D. W. M._Parker has bought "somewhere in France.. I with their grandfather Mr. JackH.
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fl' Mr. J. S. Phillips, of Miami, visited 'wiiI be held immediately af- L. Clyatt visited Ellisville, Columbia property of Mr. S. M. Carver just I Aaron -Dennis- Andrews, Jr.- son ofMr. Dowling. '?
if .his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips .ter the service. county, Sunday. south of Lake Butler. We extend a and Mrs. Thomas J. Andrews anda Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 0. Jacobs, together .. f
this .
I here last Sunday, and was accompanied Mrs. James Goodfellow returned to .Barney and Olson Thomas visited hearty welcome to family.FairclothGreen. nephew and namesake of Senator with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Leis
;i t1. home by his brother, 0. J. Phillips her home here a few days ago from relatives at LaCrosse Saturday and Andrews, joined the National Guard of non, motored over and spent the day I
r : the; north,"where she spent about three Sunday. A quiet wedding took place at the his own volition and Brady Dyal, an- in Lake City Sunday. ,J
"i t Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Sapp, of Law- months.Mr. Furman Stokes and Algar Thomas residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Green other local boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Lem Sapp and son, Felix, motored -|
!; _. '", tey, visited Mrs. Sapp's parents, Mr. G. W. Leak, of Boston, Ga., wasa attended church at Midway Sunday.Mrs. last Sunday morning, the contracting (?eo. Dyal, joined the National Guard to Alachua Saturday where Hr.j|
I I t :_, and Mrs. S.- H. Thompson, here last business visitor, to Lawtey Wednes- W. B. Feagle, of Fort White, parties being Mr. Geo. D, Faircloth, since'the declaration of war on Ger- Sapp is seriously considering the acceptance -'I_
. Sunday day and was a guest Jacksonville. is visiting her parents, Hon. and Mrs. Jr., and Miss Amy J. Green, Rev. G. .many. of a very lucrative positio!'/
," H Rev. D. L. Phillips and wife were Mr. Hirsch, of Lake City, was at- H. C. Peeples. W. S. Ware performing the ceremony. I Quite a number of Raiford people with the Rosenberg firm of that plaee. I
<.. visitors to Starke Saturday afternoon. tending to business in Lawtey ,Wed d H. C. Peeples made a business tripto The bride and groom are very pop- spent the afternoon of Wednesday in We hate to lose Mr. Sapp as a citizen, *'
I Mr. J. S. Norman was a business nesday. Bland Tuesday.J. ular young people of our town, and we Starke with the drafted boys, among but are pleased to see him make any'j
\, -, visitor to Starke last Saturday. .-S- ..L. Matthews, of Bland, was here wish them many years of happinessand them being J. H. Denmark, J. L. Whit- move for his own advancement. 0
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Futch visited business Tuesday. prosperity.
ten wife and .
( Dorthy Lee, B. D. An-
r ; I: friends in Raiford Saturday and Sun HAMPTON.Mr. J. R. McLeod made a business trip They left on a bridal tour of South drews P. S. Denmark Louis I
,
Reynolds,
" r day. to Lake Butler Saturday.J. Florida last Sunday morning just after Cheslew Shaw, Dennis Lennon, Shep- BROOKER.Many '
r. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman was attending and Mrs. J. Allen returned Mon M. Robers, of Worthington, pass- the ceremony. They will return herd Moore and Herbert Ritch.J. .
to business in Starke Saturday day from Bushnell, where they.havebeen ed through Tuesday, enroute to Provi-: shortly and make their home.here. Hamp. Jones, formerly employedby \
. afternoon. the guest of their son, Clyde B. Tyson-Smith. the A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. of the citizens here were vii-
cA Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hilliard, of Allen. dence.a Last Sunday Mr. Campbell Tyson, but now salesman in the of, itors to St arke last Monday. '
the Vanderbilt section visitors of Fort Call, and Miss Mary Smith, of a employ Miss Bernice Parker LaCrosse vis
were Rev. L. A. Rawls, of Lake Butler, Cash Drug Co., of Jacksonville )
v- j, here last Tuesday. spent a part of Monday here, the guestof LAKE BUTLER.Mr. Providence, were, joined in the holy Thursday in Raiford. spent ited relatives here last week. .
friends. bonds of matrimony, the ceremony being Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and ..'"
i : performed at the residence of the The many Raiford friends of our i Mr. L. A. Brown G. W. Hazen and.
Rev. E. M. Henderson, of Waldo, Jesse Vining has sold his residence .ro'-,
'i L AWTEY.A' accompanied by Mrs. Maynard and and store to Mr. Martin Con- bride by Notary W. 0. Brooks. We marshal, S. B. Denmark, and his wife C. N. Shaw were visitors to Gainesville
regret to learn of the loss of their
Mrs. Williams, motored over Friday ner. Mr. Conner will build a new res- wish the young couple much success last Thursday. :
I. .' Mrs. Josephine Sapp and daughter, and spent the afternoon with friends.P. idenc>s on the land for himself and and happiness through life: home in Starke, but if it hastened their Mr. Callie Weeks, of Santa Fe, wu
: .'T: ,. Mrs. Henry Bennett, attended the B. Hunt has accepted the f orman- family and will carry on a mercantile The Primitive Baptist Associationwas removal to Raiford we can truly say an early visitor here Monday men-
i ( funeral of Mrs. C. R. Burnett at ship of the G. S. & F. Railway section business in the store. Mr. Vining will held at Crawford Lake church in that we are always glad to welcome ing.Miss ,
i Gainesville last Sunday. Mrs. Bur- work here and is actively engaged in remain here for a while, looking after Suwannee county last Saturday, Sun- with open arms" "Uncle Steve and Annie McLeod, of Worthington -
Aunt
a l nett was a sister of Mrs. Sapp. the work. Mr. Hunt has had an ex- his cattle. He has not decided yet day and Monday. Mr. C. J. Knight, Mayme. visited Mr. and Mrs. R. T. OsteeaSaturday :"
11 Mrs. William Reddish, of Wateroak, tensive experience in railway construc- what business he will pursue. of this place, attended and reports the On Thursday, Sept] 21st, Mr. Lem and Sunday.x .
= t'' !is spending a few days with relativesin tion work and will render excellent The Raiford school will open Mon-I meeting quite a success and in peace Sapp, a prosperous merchant of Rai- Uncle Dan Hazen is convalescing ,. -
: ...1' Lawtey. scervice. day with Prof. J. A. J. Pinholster as and harmony. Thee were about twelve ford, closed a deal whereby he sold from a relapse of fever.
; Mr. 0. L. Thomas, a former resident The residence of P. J. Pearce just principal. The professor has taughtin elders present, besides four licentiates.The out his mercantile. store to Mr. Sin- Mr. G. W. Clyatt, of Hampton-ia : "i
:' of Lawtey but now of Crawford, was south of town is rapidly nearing com- South Florida and has been very number that attended were about clair A. Bryan. While we are sorry to here relieving Section Foreman P. M."'
shaking hands with his many friends pletion and will be ready for occupancy successful. 1,000.Canned lose Mr. Sapp, we are glad to wel- Barefoot, this week. i
,; here the latter part of last week. soon. Mr. Ray Wilson, of the Medical Ma- 714 Quarts Vegetables. come young Mr. Bryan. He is the Mr. Louis Clemons and family haft
!" Mr. and Mrs. Zack Roberts, of Mrs. 0. L. Beasley and father, A. C. rine Corps, of Key West, was here A guest who was entertained at din- youngest son of Mr. S. P. Bryan and moved back from Jacksonville. Mr., :
Starke, are visiting relatives in Law- Durden, of Tampa, are at the bedsideof Sunday visiting friends. He will go ner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. is a young man of utmost honesty of Clemons intends making this place his
tey this week. Mr. T. J. Durden this week. Mr. on to Lake City to spend the balanceof Frank Bennett, near Lake Butler, a purpose and of true merit and the wri- home. :.
Mr. A. M. Blanchard was transact- Durden has been seriously ill for sev- his furlough with relatives.Mr. few days since, was pleased to remark ter with the many other friends of Mr. Albert Pinholster, of Clay county >
ing business in Jacksonville last eral days. Hamp. Andrews, of Raiford, upon the variety and quality of "Abe" wish him all the success in the visited his parents here last week.
Thursday. Mrs. W. B. Roper, of Jacksonville, wsa in our city last Friday. the dishes served. There were spring world. Mrs. L. T. Osteen, of Gainesville, f
Mr. A. L. Bradley returned home was the guest of relatives here duringthe I Mr. L. C. Smith fond family spent vegetables of many kinds and productsof Mr. D. B. browning, of Lawtey, wasa is visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen ; .
Saturday from Alabama and left Sun- week. i last Sunday in Waldo, visiting rela- the garden and farm served. The business visitor here.Thursday. here this week.
day for Jacksonvile, where he has se- The ladies of the Christian church tives.Mrs. hostess referred the guest to her Mr. W. F. Harnage; of Wateroak, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Beville were in '
cured employment will conduct a bazaar at the Masonic I" Sarah Douglass spent last Sun- daughter, Miss Evelyn Bennett, who was in town Thursday on business.The Gainesville Saturday. 1-
Rev. A. T. Galloway filled his regu- Hall Saturday evening, November 24. day in Dukes with her parents, Mr. in the spring had canned and pickledand many "folks and fellows" in Rev. W. F. Walter filled his regular
lar appointment at the Baldwin M. E. The public is invited to assist with and and Mrs. M. A. Dukes. preserved to an extent that made and around Raiford possessed of a appointment at the Free Will Baptist Jf
church, South,'last Sunday. enjoy the work. | Mr. J. R. Chastain made a business good living posible in.the fall. The sweet tooth, are glad to see the fine : church last Saturday and Sunday, returning - Mr. E. J. Roberts was transacting The trustees of the Hampton High ,trip to Jacksonville last Wednesday. young lady is only seventeen years of sugar cane in town so early this fall. ; to Gainesville Monday. /?
business in Jacksonville the latter part School announce that the fill and win- I Rube Allyn, the humorist, gave an age, but with the assistance of other Mr. Johnny Mann brought in several Miss Inez Abernathy was in Ala--3f
ter term wil lopen Monday, October1st entertainment at the school members of the she had chua yjj
of last week. I high auditorium family put up loads the latter part of the week and Saturday. :
Mr. J. J. McLeod was transacting and a full attendance is urged. last Saturday night, but on out of garden, orchard and farm prod- "Ye Scribe," together with many others !l
business in Jacksonville last Thursday Owing to the limited number of teach- account of the inclemency, of the ucts in variety and quantity as fol got busy. Again we say Raiford (Continued on Page 6.) mV

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