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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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: VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1917. NUMBER 15.


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rrrv-L.\ ''I FAIR TIME, THE BEST OF THE YEAR, IS HERE GAIN I. r 1FiT II


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Why is a fair? We can't all answer that from a single view- We hope this serious discourse on the practical value of ,

point. It means something different to practically every one of us. fairs will not put a damper on your frivolous mood and spoil our INi!!! 1 III ijill.

?here is no doubt, though, that the feeling of gayety is universal- own fair for you. Doll up in your gayest drapery and set your

even to those who must work like Turks to make the occasion auccess. heart on having a regular picnic this year-just like the year you ;

were sixteen and had a sweetheart; when you had tintype pictures t

made together and exchanged them. Remember? ill.
The man or woman with a grouch has no business at our fair II .

this year. You must come prepared to enjoy every minute of the Courtesy to Visitors. I I ; r

oil lime. You must be keyed up to revel in the sight of thousands of The folks of this community understand one another. Our

i chattering holiday makers, of bright decorations, of pretty girls, farmers know the town business men with whom they deal. Our
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. __ of sideshows and acrobatic feats, of popcorn balls in red tissue I business men are pretty well acquainted with most of the people

and sweating glasses of lemonade, of sizzling sandwiches and ice who come into their stores. Now we want to show-all of us-our
I
ream cones, of live-stock and household and implement displays, ,spirit of kindliness and courtesy to the strangers within our gates

of pattering trotters and pacers and running horses, of buzzing i during the festival season. It is the best sort of advertising we m

1 grandstand, of golden sunshine .. can put forth. I I

1 and white dust clouds.'f' .. {' It is greatly worth while to
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I Now to get back to the ques- n i,, ; us if visitors go home and say:

I tion which introduces this article: "I always like to attend their fair.

1 S The fair is an educational The whole town seems to wiggle

its latchstring at me. And they're
clearing house. It is an agricultural -
the 'whitest' out of
people
-go
and industrial institute for residents -
'l/ ; their way to be polite-ready to
of both town and country. It
give information or do a little fa
is short in better farming
a course
vor-I'm certainly going back of-
and better living. It is a physical
tener and get acquainted with
demonstration of why the man "
more of them.
who farms with his head instead
All Invited to Take Part.
of with his hands must inevitably
Our Fair this year will be
succeed.It .
exhibition from Oct. 16th to Oct. 20th inclu-
is a comprehensive -
sive, and we are planning to make
of what the ambitious boy or J
it bigger and better than ever. A
I
i girl may achieve in agriculture,
deal of has been
great thought
live-stock raising, dairying: horticulture Section of Business District, Lake Butler. Looking East on
to revising the Premium .
home gardening, domesPhoto by Main Street From Lake Street.H BI'MogiVen
List and additional added
tic science nr household.v..v. economy.. money
1 w It is an exposition of the marvelous improvement in farm machinery in some cases.

and agricultural implements. It is an object lesson in the great Now we ask the assistance and co-operation of every family in Lwafia

part which improved machinery plays in the development and cultivation Bradford county that the 1917 Fair may of a truth be more Educa-

of the farm and the increased prosperity of the farmer. tional, Inspiring, Entertaining and Progressive than"ever before,

4i i Yourself. and reflect as a mirror every resource and possibility of our county.
Look For
i that its Every man, woman, boy and girl in the county has been given
t ,}f The chief educational value of our fair lies in the fact
instructor the ability to do something just a little better than someone else. t; 1
demonstrative in character. The eye is a more convincing -
1 Sit down and think and look around you. Decide what you can do
than the ear. We are slow to accept and believe in any
and what you will do. Then go to work with assurance that you
method until we have had optical proof of its superiority over
new will win. "Success begins with a fellow's will; it's all in the stateof

/1l 1 tor y ,ln the old. the mind. For soon or late the man who wins is the man who
Often it is difficult to secure the attention of the busy man or thinks he can."

long enough to give such a demonstration. Not infrequently -
woman Then bring the product of your united thought and work to
it happens that farmers who would be most benefitted by better
methods of farming are not sufficiently interested to be presentat the Fair, for a friendly competition with your neighbor, where you
methods and get new ideas from each other.
can compare
the sub-
any special meeting called for the purpose of discussing
/fifI The management desires to be most considerate of the pleasure -

ject. which demands of the public, and with this in view, will use every effort to secure -
I t But the fair appeals to that trait of mankind
entertainment which will far excel previous years.
forum for
r entertainment and amusement and becomes a common
.. the discussion: of_ all matters having_ to do with agriculture, indus- So plan to come and bring as many exhibits as you possibly
the school. can, and we will plan to give you
and
try; the home .
It
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time.BRADFORD
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1 a good
,'. In this clearing house of edu- I ;.
t cation the farmer learns what the COUNTY FAIR t7

manufacturer, the merchant and "'i-- ASSOCIATION.the .
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1 ; banker are and have been doing ,' "

to make his labor less arduous TIME TO TAKE A LITTLE h

and his farm more profitable, and REST SPELL.

I the town resident learns what I f 2
k. The Telegraph hopes the
in '
h rapid progress is being made ;
products of every section of the
agriculture. A bond of common \
k county will be displayed at the 11- -: .
interest is created which means 1 1
"I' jY County Fair at Lake Butler next
much to both town and county.
,.. i- week, and that the people of every

Value to Everybody s section will be there to see the dis

The farmer learns by actual play. Our people have had a pros

"! observation of the newest devices perous season, and they can well

improvements in agricultural afford to pause in their businessand

He learns their use operations for a day or two and go !
implements. District Lake Butler. Looking West on */'.>'i
and benefits. He learns in what Section of Business to the Fair to gather fresh inspi
Phot, b' Main Street From Dekle Street.HoOT" BI'Moration
for the
way: they assist: in soil cultivation, meeting big oppor. _., ,Vfiit; i it
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in plant growth, in sowing, in harvesting, in threshing. He learns tunities that the future holds in store for them. r. ,!'d r:: :

I'& ;: the economic value of the more modern machinery, of the silo, of The meeting with friends and the exchange of informatior
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A1 motor power on the farm. and ideas will be helpful to all, and a little rest from work will re

1iA The town dweller is furnished a vivid picture of the agricul- fresh us for renewed efforts. Ij

tural resources of the community. He learns about the fertility of The officers of the Fair Association are putting forth unusua ,

the soil in the vicinity; of what is being done to increase the farm efforts to make the Fair this year the best that has yet been held

yield;to improve the quality of the stock,and to multiply the total Citizens of the county should encourage them with their co-opera,

dairy product. tion and presence.

iil Every man and woman, whether town or country resident, is Bradford is second to no county in the state in wealth of agri ,

% .. brought into closer touch with the home life of others. All imbibe cultural resources and we should not fail to make such a showing
I,, this fact the minds of outsiders who attend th : '
that broader education which means co-operation-that ideal edu- as will inpress on :,

cation which is service to self and all humanity. Fair at Lake Butler next week. t
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1t. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12,117, II
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-for about- 40 per cent of what he pro- board, discussed the sweet potato wee- state. a

Vii? I COUNTY AGENTS duces; 60 per cent is lost in distribution vil and its importance. He suggestedthat R. T. Kelley, Hillsborough
eogave
sweet be fumigated with t1 t
betweenthe potatoes
is lost
; about 55 per cent a report: of the truck ma'association
Farmers Have Much To Exhibit producer and the consumer," ac- carbon bisulphide after the fashion of that exists in his -i

..... l DISCUSS BEST AD cording to Mr. Rhodes. He calculatedthat corn when stored. The agents were As in all cases, he said the bekt i-
the loss in marketing the state'sproducts greatly interested in this matter for was hard but smooth sailing ii "

if apportioned to every man, the quarantine regulations] to be maintained if the same efficient management
I have much latitude for mental luxury and it can be dispensed and child in the state would lire.:.
The people woman
: with benefit to I will affect every county in the tamed.VAIJBOCItIIOE.
with altogether
exhibits at the county fair this sea- the FOR FARMERSGAINESVILLE amount to $37.50 annually for each
son. The tax assessor of Bradford reports both the health and pocketbook of one. That amount, if used toward I Ii
a 25 per cent increase in the people. .': building better roads or public build- ==
o. acreage of land in cultivation for one 1 i I Neither do the people of Bradford ings would go far toward making this
the
thing, and while no one expects to I Ir I county any longer depend upon Oct. 4.Organization state an ideal commonwealth.Mr. .
r put several thousand acres of land on Middle West for their bacon. Instead and marketing were the general Rhodes admitted that the fur-
! exhibition the reader will easily understand they ship a great many cars of fat topics for discussion at the county therance of his work might disturb
that the best products of such hogs to the packing houses of that agents' conference at the Universityof business as far as the middlemen are
section and cure their own bacon at Florida, which opened here yester-
I large increased acreage would be in- concerned, but that as the world has
, teresting.The home. It is better bacon, too. The day, organization and co-operation be- progressed, occupations had been always -
! cent increase in acreage breed of our hogs is rapidly being ing urged as the greatest factors in changed, and that such would be
25 per attend the
improved and those who guaranteeing a proper return to the
movement.He
low estimate for the the history of progressive
too
j is probably an fair next week will see some for the and
county farmers produce grown of
the co-operative
increase in the acreage planted to cot- urged necessity
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; fine pigs. marketed.J. .
bales of long marketing.L.
ton. Last season 4,256 The.tax assessor's rolls for 1917 E. Cheatum, St. Johns county,
:, cotton were ginned in Bradford coun- Cantrell, Putnam county, Dis- 1 506 00I
Several hundred bales wore were show nearly 13,000 head of cattle'in discussed the subject of a rotation of cussed the maintenance of interest in
ty. in the seed. Probably 5,000 Bradford county. The range is still crops for a vegetable and livestock county organizations from the agent's T '. '
; bales shipped for the season would be a con- large notwithstanding the great increase farm, preparing the way for the gen- standpoint.W. tai \. '4)
in the cultivated area. It is eral topic of marketing. Speaking of
servative estimate, ond at $150 a bale A. Dobson, who has the matterof
it can be seen that the farmers got so large, in fact, that many cattle own- the need of a proper rotation and fer- labor in charge for the state, spokeon :
, ers have experienced difficulty in as- tilization, he said: HAVE
of a million dol- the equalization of labor. "Whenwe \ COME
about three-quarters
t lars for their cotton. The cotton seed certaining just how many head of cat- "Many of the farmers of today, like began this work a few months ago
' tle they own and there are probably their fathers before them, are contentto r. tiff n... .
still another large sum to the public did not take to it seriously, TO
brought _several_ __ thousand___. ___ head running_ on check out the wealth the Creator
their .n u he said. believed that 80
I stimulate the_ _farmrs_______ to increase "They per
and on that only a 25 per cent the range that the tax assessor has no placed to their credit in the soil untilat cent of the men registered would be ST
acreage of. Anyway there is consid- have overchecked their I
record length they
increase is shown this year is due to turned back from the army and there
erable beef on the hoof in the countyas Witness the abandoned farmsof
account i
would labor. The
still be
limited amount of labor. And no shortage of
a a further insurance that our New England and the middle Northnow I ti7r
about one-fifth of the good culti- public is taking the matter seriouslynow I i
only
people will not starve in these war being restored by recently despised -
vatable land of the county has been as is shown by, Maryland's anti- II
cultivation. It is times and a good many fat steers can 'book farmers,' farm agents, and law. | !
in state of vagrancy
placed a be spared for the Northern packing graduates of agricultural schools who I :
the mission of the county fair to show The Maryland law provides that every -
houses at a fat price and profit to the speak in terms of protein, carbohy-
q'REATvuRrEEr
toward development able-bodied man between eighteenand
o I what remains to be done j ///VICIKIDfi OTHER
growers. The breed of cattle is slow- drates and available plant food.
f of the country as well as to fifty years of age not regularly
ly but surely improving from :year to What perfect county organizationmeans lo I /
show what progress has been made. | employed must register, after which ( A SURPRISE ( SOFT LEATHERS
year, and while the number on the to the county was stated by J. ,
the the idlers
state to put to
of last prof- proposes
But the showing year's will decrease most likely as
range 0. Traxler, of Jackson county, recently work.
itable cultivation of the soil but serves'II more land is brought each year under of Santa Rosa county. He found I
as a background exhibit for this year's cultivation, this loss in numbers will much could be accomplished through Mr. Dopson holds out no great en- FLE BLE\WELTS
happy harvest time. There is large be more than made up in the improve- organizing by communities and then couragement to the people of this state I
increase in the number of cotton bales ment of the breed and the weight of forming a county organization of all. They must search out and develop the : Easy dnd Flexible fitting HteQ G/oy*
and the price is already 25 to 30 per the cattle that remain. : "It makes little difference what the labor there is within the state. Since i
cent greater with many farmers holding The writer has been informed upon I local organization is called so long as the literacy test has been imposed on : yet Retaining Style and simn*
on stoutly for still better prices. the best of official authority that the it has a definite purpose. Some may immigrants, the Nassau negroes can- j i
The people may realize something like shipments of hogs from this county form breeding associations, others not be imported into South Florida to I LOOK FOR THE BELL Of) Try ,Sow;
$2,000,000 for this cotton crop in Brad- have increased very rapidly in recent may be marketing associations. The ease the situation. Mr. Dopson is seeking -

'!' : ford county this season. years and that this season's shipmentswill thing to do is to organize," he said. to have that provision set aside
'i Potatoes have proven another big be the greatest of all. There is The result of organization, as he had during the period of emergency. I We carry a full line of
; money crop. Under the stimulation of no limit in sight as yet for the increase observed it, was the improvement of Another feature he is seeking to i
!I' \ Suggestion from an authoritative I of the shipments from year to social, moral, educational, and eco- eliminate is the habit of negro cooks i
, i government source that if the South year. There can easily be five timesas nomic conditions and the developmentof carrying food from white homes to I I General Merchandise with .
: failed to provide itself with food this many acres farmed as are now in a spirit of competitive farm im feed shiftless husbands and sons. Thisis I!
year it would most likely do without cultivation and the tendency is towardthe provement. meeting with some success. I
I help from other sections of the country raising of greater feed and food Value of Co-operation. Must Store Sweet Potato Crop.S. II Ij I prices to suit all. i

'I the farmers of Bradford county crops. As more scientific methods of "Co-operation is an attempt to gain C. Hood, who is in charge of the II
I have gone in heavily for food crops. cultivation are adopted each acre will the most benefit through the elimina- work of building sweet potato storage j
The tax assessor describes the sweet I produce more stuff and the indications tion of duplication of effort," declaredF. houses in the state, spoke on the importance I We solicit your patronage !
I potato crop as "immense" and it is are that a great part of what is produced J. McKinley of Dade county, who of the houses for storing the
worth upwards of $1 per bushel with 'I will be marketed in the form of spoke on ideal co-operation and organ- fall crop this year. He illustrated his on abound business basis.
t an unlimited market. I fat hogs. The exhibits at the fair ization. "When you hear the 'S. 0. talk with plans and discussed the details -
i Threatened with a bread shortage next week should show this tendency, S. call vibrating through the air it of construction. He estimatesthe :
1 because of the diverting of millions j I and they doubtless will. is not a call of despair from Franceit crop this year at 3% million bushels -
j of bushels of Northern wheat to war- One great cause of the increase in is simply saying 'Standard Oil is secure STRICKLAND & BALL

I stricken European countries the South the number of hogs in Bradford coun- ,' he said, "because it is foundedon "The average loss in handling the
.. has raised more corn in recent years ty this season has been the vaccination co-operation and organization. sweet potato crop in Florida, said PHONE 56.
and imported less of both wheat and campaign started last spring by the an example of what organization can Mr. Rhodes, "is 30 per cent. By the
corn. Bradford county shipped a great Bank of Starke. The losses from disease do in the marketing products, Mr. use of storage houses, this can be cut LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
many cars of com last year and will I have been reduced and the fear McKinley cited the Pacific Northwest's to 2 per cent.
ship still more this season. We no longer I, of such losses being also minimized 5,083 cars of porducts, only twentysix Mr. Bragdon, of the state plant 1
I! need the help of the Middle West i has encouraged many people to raise on consignment, and not a dollarwas
' to enable us to live, for the white flour more hogs. And the mission of a lost.
; jl of commerce is known to be no longer j county fair is to bring such matter to Publicity methods open to the county -

f a necessary food but merely an orna- I I the attention of the people. agent were discussed by R. N. Wil-

I son, Palm Beach county. He feels
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that without the help of the

fr- able pers to in reach his county nearly"he all the would people newspa-not that be the Foundation Now For TheBigOpportilnhties01TheFlltll '
: lI lay
Present
ij. [1Lake Butler, Past And l he does.a free The exchange papers list have for been the printing farmers --

and the farmers are learning the
.o I II value of advertising. This service III!
I Ii There is a great live oak tree in I railway and the Atlantic Coast Line means that most of the farmers' wants

\ Lake Butler that looks as though it railway give Jacksonville, Atlanta, are satisfied by buying within the
f might be eight feet through a couple Tampa, Palatka and other good citiesas county.
of feet above the ground. Looked at markets a/id commercial connec-
1.500.000 Cans Placed With Women.
from another angle it seems about six tions. The railway facilities are as
:Miss: Agnes Ellen Harris, state agent
i feet in diameter, so_the people gener- good as could be desired. Jacksonvilleis
for that and
reported
women one one-
. ally compromise by saying that it is only fifty-two miles away. There is :
half million cans had been placed by
, seven or eight feet in diameter. Thereare a good union depot. Lake Butler has ,
the entire extension division, and
men
citizens who claim to remember about one thousand or maybe twelve I
. when that tree was no larger than hundred people. It is on the cards of women large both number, this year.had been That placed an equally by- We are in the midst of the biggest and most prosperous season ever knownto

their wrists,land cne man is reportedto the fates as one of the future small outside agencies due to the Bradford County farmers but what is is the of the
t have said that he saw it "set out"and cities of East Florida. It has the location impetus happening now only beginning i
it was no bigger than a riding resources and ambitious citi- given the work by the extension division big chances in farming The years that a*-e to comeyill offer even bigger opportunities ;
"That that the
,
.1 switch. The writer failed to find the zens to justify its destiny.The Florida are means better off by three peopleof mil- for money-making from farming and stock raising, I f
r last-named party and concluded from city officials for the current
I lion cans of food than they would be The is the time for farmers build foundationof
t the
! the size of the tree that he had long term are: present prosperous season to

i since passed to his reward. Mayor-A. C. Strickland. had Miss they Harris.not learned"In view to can of,the declared scar-- a permanent and lasting prosperity P epare now for the bigger opportunities of H f
! This and beautiful tree stands Treasurer. R. Chastain.
great
I in the yard of Mrs. M. V. Dekle on Collector-T. P. Register. city of cans for next year, the women the future These opportunities are sure to come, and when they do come you should t

, Main street and in the house of Mrs. Clerk and Assessor-C. F. Rivers. are tables.teaching. methods of drying vege- be ready to grasp them I

Dekle is the first brick chimney built Jones Councilmen-C., J. H. Scarborough H. Register, R. E., J.Dell W. "We are also trying to teach the The big business men of the country, with their teeming millions, never get to J
in Lake Butler. In 1869 the house ;
people of the state the value of the the point where they do not at in their business find that
they
was owned by Dr. Preston, long since J. W. Townsend, chairman. foods," said Miss Harris. "The some stage operations 1
dead, and it was the most respectable Marshal-G. V. Phillips. age woman knows nothing about aver-the can use to great advantage more money than they have on hand To assure them- I

house and chimney in all the for country stick- Night German Marshal-Shelton and a government Hall.A nutritive value of foods. And the average selves of this outside assistance they build up a line of credit with a good bank. To ;
round, and famous withal spy
and-dirt chimneys were the; prevailing I secret service man, if provided with have man in is this the work greatest of impedimentwe do this they deposit their funds in bank, thus keeping the banker in touch with theira :
teaching -
fashion in those days and log houses proper search warrants and plenty of because he likes to eat and nutrition 1'; airs, and at the same time laying the bank >r under obligations to help them when '

I I were the rule. The people now living local guides, might succeed after a wants placed on the table the thingshe the opportunity comes for a profitable investment that requires more ready money
I i who remember when the tree was time in finding a poor farmer or an has been accustomed J
to
having. than
small and the house was new say that unprosperous business man in or near Miss Harris the they have. J

r the from beginning the planting of of Lake the Butler one and dates the Lake not Butler evident, but upon the existence the surface of suchis of eats about one-third says average more than person he What these big business men do it wi!: pay every Bradford County farmer to do.i i t

building of the other-little more than things. The town looks like public needs fat. and the greater part of this is Now, when money is plentiful, deposit your funds with a bank that takes a personal t

" fifty years ago. We thus are taught improvements are on the way and the The women agents are not teachingthe interest in your affairs and is always willing to do its full share toward helping you
that live oak trees are of rapid growth uncultivated part of the country seemsto methods of left-overs. to make of business This is the
I o be expecting settlers. No businessman using Theyare a success your way to prepare for the bigger opportunities 1
Lake Butler, like its famous tree,
telling the people to cut down the of the future.
could find better town to
In late the a grow
is sort. j
a growing years quantities so there will be no leftoversand
,' people have erected nice homes, built up around with than the town Lake Butler for a, and great the many land no waste. An attempt is also be- The Bank of Starke invites you to become one of its customers We do so with f

f. I with cement a sidewalks$20,000 ,school provided building themselves, finer miles in all directions is as good as ing by cutting made to off abolish its supply.In the .garbage pail the full understanding that your needs in the development of your business will have. ;-

brick' business blocks, modern cotton any in the state. order to save flour, recipes for our most careful attention, and that you will have at our hands every accommodation i!
from this date the
gins, grist mills, garages, bottling Four days Brad- flour substitutes that be extended to within the
i 'i ford County Fair begins. You should using such as sweet can you rules of careful banking. !.

r I I: works construction, wagon works and, farm and other implement industries attend the fair. There will be many potatoes being put, dasheens out. Miss and Harris peanuts recommends are- Banking by mail with us is easy Mail your checks for deposit and the return ;
things to see that are products of the
1 needed in any good East Florida county-all creditable-but the town the use of sweet potatoes for mail will bring you a receipt and a check book A full statement of your account accompanied II
I town. The two banks are stuffed with half the flour in making biscuits and by paid checks will be mailed
itself will be the best exhibit. The your to you at the end of each month, .
;
of farmers
will
the they be delicious
; deposits prosperous says not flat
will
make welcome for
people ,
I and_n_ the merchants are hard -put to it they are a cordial folk.EDGAR you. and heavy. We especially invite young men to take advantage of this time to start a successful i
, 0 on Saturdays to handle the rush of | State Marketing Bureau Ready to Aid, business career.
those who come to buy. I' EYES L. M. Rhodes of the state marketing Ii I It t
f Civic improvement clubs, chambers I Optician Tested bureau, extended the help of his officeto
; of commerce and other organizations Jacksonville Florida. the extension force in seeking to i
come and go and do good service, but Broken Lenses Duplicated help the farmer to better markets. He
1 I i' Lake Butler grows right along. The Same Day as Received.We pointed out the reason for the estab-
i town is the center of a fine cotton Specialize on Mail Orders- lishment of the bureau as being a desire Bank of Starke I

i! country and has marketed a good cot- W. pay Postage to save the great loss to producersin
. ; ton crop this season. The farmers view 140 W. Forsyth St. the state. "The farmer gets paid
.. 1! the approach of the boll weevil with
I concern but not with dismay. Many THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE." I
': have attained affluence lately following ,
: I the marketing of a single crop of ESTABLISHED 1886 E. S. MATTHEWS President. [
Irish potatoes and then added to theirt J. R. DAVIS & COMPANY T. H. HALLIGAN, Cashier.

wealth with a follow-up crop of some
J t sort on the same ground. Cotton is INSURANCE STARKE
f. I not the only source of riches in the F'IRo Tornado Accident Liability. PUUCUiM, Steam Boiler. Burglary Bond FLORIDA

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I.1 NO EMBARGO I The L. A. Duncan Co. l] !r I _"- 1I

r. 1/1BraJforJ/ County Fair Association 1. ] I I, LAKE BUTLER BAKERY t

tl FLORIDA FRUITS The L. A. Duncan Company, Incorporated I
L. C. SMITH
in which L. A. Duncan is the Proprietor.
senior members and C. H. Driggersthe LAKE BUTLER, FLA. !
ler junior, was incorporated in Feb-
AND VEGETABLESIt ruary of the present year but the bus- I i
iness was founded by Mr. Driggers in CALL AND SEE US DURING THE FAIR. :

ed I. October, 1914, and he conducted it successfully OUR COFFEE IS THE BEST IN LAKE BUTLER. I
for than two andit
more years
seemed for a while as though was a flourishing concern when his MAKE OUR PLACE YOUR HEADQUARTERS.
Florida growers would have little,encouragement old employer and friend joined with
to do their part in rais- him in enlarging its scope and capital EVERYTHING IN THE BREAD AND PASTRY LINE. !
this winter than the state
ing more last February. The L. A. Duncan MAIL ;
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
could because of the
consume repeated .
is for
., Company incorporated $10,000.It
est rumors that embargo on such products carries z $20,000 stock of merchan- 'PHONE 78.
from the far South would be laid
dise and does a busines several times t
in the interest of the staple necessi ,
LS great. The stock of goods embracesall
ties.Food lines from groceries to dry goods, !! -
Administrator Hoover, knowing
hardware and furniture. Mr. Duncan ,j r 5
a the importance of fresh vegetablesand also conducts a ginning business independent -

balanced Florida perishables ration for in winter maintainingthe tables, j of the mercantile business I Farmers & Dealers Bank
in :
I i and buys cotton. 1 1I I
has declared that there will be I ;
in no em- I L. A. Duncan has known Lake But- I
bargo laid or allowed by the Interstate ler for about a half-century, and has : Lake Butler Fla.Y'
i! Commerce Commission or the Railroad ,
Commissions. been in business intermittently there I'I ..'
1 J during more than thirty years. He has I : TOTAL ASSETS :
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Florida and
will
prepare now pro- I'
: melt I
made a fortune, seen his fortune
t J duce a record crop of all kinds of vegetables away through accidents of fire and SEPTEMBER 24.1912.77832.58
of tl and small fruits for winter and business depression and has lived to' I I SEPTEMBER 24,1913, $91,350.00 : Ii'

J early spring consumption. flourish again in the smiles of for- SEPTEMBER 24, 1914, $104,531.90 ;
j| Suppose the country were to he deprived -: tune. In 1893; a fire deprived him of SEPTEMBER 24, 1915, $103,146.19 I
of the humble head of lettuce
the fruits of several of hardI I
years
which has become a necessity during earned business success. In 1902 an- I SEPTEMBER 24, 1916, $131,642.54'I
the; long Northern days of canned
other fire swept away some years I SEPTEMBER 24 1917 ;J"I
dinner, the Florida $173,775.68
foods for or that I I
earnings of his business, and in 1914 I
cabbage is cut off, or the radish and ,
60 the: other succulent eatable is tabooedby the worst fire of all came near ruin- We solicit your business on a "Safety First" basis. I '1
ing him. But grit, confidence and good I
the railroads. Then there could go business ability will stem the tide of I Make our Bank your headquarters during the Fair. I. j
forth over the country a real hardshipnot adverse fortune if the business world I
I.'l- to say a wave of physical debility believes in the integrity of the man. : G. W. ALDERMAN, Cashier. I ;
caused lack of fresh and '
: by vegetables
fruits. Mr. Duncan made good with his cred .,
i itors. He fought the long fight and 4
I| The winter of .
supply vegetablesfrom .
I thought the long thought, but last
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this state has become absolute
an
ed year fortune smiled. lie bought cot- -r .
for the North. the :
necessity It is sav- ton on a rising market and it netted
ing grace of a long period of snow and him about CO,000 for the season. lie I I '
a dreariness. The Plant City strawberry owns a beautiful home in Lake Butler, I I Iit
to Boston and there meets the Lake Butler Works
goes I
in Starke berry, and both are received a great and deal his of fellow other citizens valuable are real gladto estate .1 Bottling !

into flip highest: u cn/: __.iptv._ and are well
see him prosperous.
for their part the fes- I I lI
paid taking in : Mr. Duncan stands for public improvements I r
tivities. Beets and onions and lettuce I I
for his town. He is a pro-
and beans and peppers and squash and gressive of the advanced school. rj We are exclusive bottlers of ,. e"
later Irish these all
potatoes, make the
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Mr. is
Driggers secretary general
life in the North worth living. Floridais manager and treasurer of the L. A. Z rn the genuine Z ,
the state that put some of the con-
Duncan Company. He came to Lake I
crete sunshine effects into the gloomof Butler from Baker county when quitea
other in the Ovn.py:
every state Union. young man and has been intermit- a1W I
We are glad there will be no embargo tently associated with the senior dur- < .... fO< laid Florida '
I on perishables; doubly ing fifteen years as employe and part-
glad; for it means conserving and as- ner. In the old days Mr. Duncan usedto ....J.. ..to:) I
suring the pleasure and health of the advance his salary without solicita- = 0 !
ttj Sold for 5 cents everywhere >
Northern folk who cannot come hereto tion or previous consultation and a "0
in gather and eat of this glorious food, warm friendship and cordial understanding S Trade mark on every bottle. Z
and it means that Florida will see to has always marked their re-
it that the supply of food needed to.. lationship. In his first two years of
I feed the country at home and in the independent conduct of the mercantile Bottled under authority of Coca-Cola Co.,
trenches is not stopped even duringthe I business Mr. Driggers made more than Atlanta.
winters. Let the North and West $8,500 and put the business on the
to add to the supply during the days of sound basis which it now enjoys. He
Northern summer; but Florida turns is yet a young man-about 35 yearsof Lake Butler Fla.
even winter into the manufacturing of age, and is regarded as one of the I .
supplies for the nation.-Tampa Trib- I brightest and ablest business men in p
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There can no longer be any doubt about the boll is to get into the hog business and get into it now. Something like 3,000 head of hogs in Bradford

;i weevil having reached Bradford County. He is here' A few good brood sows pastured and cared for County have been vaccinated with our serum and viand -

is doing his deadly work. A game fight on the will yield as much money to their owner as a big field rus. Many of these hogs have been exposed to cholera 1
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part of the farmers will make it possible for some of of cotton. this season. Ask their owners what they think 3

them to raise cotton.at a profit next year. With others Modern science has placed hog raising on a of lnter.State Serum and Virus as a preventive of j

7 cotton planting will be done at a loss. The trousafe basis by controlling cholera through the simulcholera.. +

ble comes in knowing which class you will belong to. taneous method of vaccinating-treating with both In order that Bradford County farmers might !

At best the business will be hazardous, and no serum and virus. No farmer should undertake to conveniently secure serum and virus the Bank of

J farmer should fail to hedge against the failure that raise hogs without vaccinating them. The insurance Starke kindly offered to take charge of a local sta. !'

1.- may come to him. against loss is well worth the cost. The loss of one tion for us. You can secure a supply whenever it is

',i The best way in.the world for Bradford County good hog will cost you more than the vaccination of needed by calling on Mr. T. H. Halligan. cashier of tJ

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.1 FL operation for appendicitis. We are HIGH SCHOOL HAS AUSPICIOUS I preceded him, and his remarks carrieda I I return to the loved ones at home.- -; I

NEWS OF A WEEK AT LAKE BUTLER. glad to see her back home again and OPENING. wide range of work looking to the i of Lake Butler's finest, who JS -I

: improving so rapidly in health. betterment and success of the term serving in the army, are graduates of 'i .
1 Sunday night, Sept 20th, a son was (Lake Butler Times, Oct. 5th.) now entering. He spoke in an opti- the Lake Butler High School '
born to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Morris mistic vein and pledged his undivided The pupils enrolled at the
STAFF CORRESPONDENCE.The Monday morning, with the most impressive opening
--- near Lake Butler.Notwithstanding ceremonies in its history, the efforts to the upbuilding of a school I of the school numbered 211, 39 of

sad news reached us last Sat- Farmers Are Prosperous.The the boll weevil there the are depredations farm of Lake Butler High School opened for in this city second to none in this sec- whom are in the High School depart.
urday from Silver City, New Mexico, Supreme overseer of all farmers ers who have been able to many wipe out the ensuing term. The event was at- II tion of Florida. Prof. Draper is very ment. There is no doubt about an
has fit this to be popular with both patrons and chil- eight months' term of school thia
that Mrs. Ollie May Townsend Guth- seen season excep- .that dread minster called mortgageoff tended by a very large number of pa- yea
rey was dead. Mrs. Guthrey was the tionally kind to the tiller of the soil. their farms, and those cold chilly trons and school children and the large |,I dren, and his energy and untiring efforts -,i and the people are going to stand be.
Cotton has and is commanding for the betterment of the school hind the faculty in making this
second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. King now notes that heretofore they have been auditorium was packed with interested the
C. Townsend. She was born in Wal- a good price, thus enabling many unable to meet are now wiped out for listeners to the elaborate program here are indeed gratifying to school banner term in the history rf the
thourville, Liberty county, Georgia, on farmers to liquidate the debts that good. which was carried through as follows: patronizing pul-lic. He has advanced school.
I December 8, 1885, and came to Lake have been hanging over them for sucha Some of the attractions at the Brad- Invocation-L. A. Rawls, of the Bap- ideas and is thoroughly fitted for the .
! Butler when a small child. She was long time. For instance, a certain ford County Fair will be the Central tist church. great work he has undertaken, and,
i farmer of this section, meeting judging from the tone of remarks
en one
lady,
i quite an accomplished young States Shows, and a first class acro- Musical selection by the orchestra.
of his friends, waved some be- heard in the audience, the people intend
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' having been a student in the Lake Butler papers batic troupe from North Carolina.A Song, "America"-School.
I High School, the East Florida Sem- fore them, saying, "Well, these are the number of old Confederate Vet- Address-Scout Master, F. G. I to give him their solid backing SPECIAL TO
: inary at Gainesville and the State College papers that have been for ten years and co-operation.
erans from Lake Butler attended the Schell. Matrimonial
Prospects
j .. for Women at Tallahassee, from barring me the right to claim my homeas convention in Jacksonville last Tues- Violin Solo-Miss Violet Parsons, I During the course of Prof. Draper'sremarks :
; which place she graduated in 1910 my own. I have just taken them : he read a list of the High
j with first honors. She was an influen- up at the bank and still have $70 to : day.The Lake Butler Ice Plant is erect- accompanied by Mrs. W. II. Lee. I School boys who are now serving un- H. L. Fowler, of Lake But-
General Statement Behalf of theWoman's
on
tial member of the Greek letter fraternity my credit." cold for the der the Stars and Stripes of their ler is Notary Public, and will
ing large storage room
a Club-MrS. P. M. Padgett.
Chi Omega, and of the Lake There are many other cases similarto country. He paid a glowing tributeto marry you free, if you will
of meats for the com-
Bit of Heaven"Fred '
curing "A Little
purpose Song
Butler Chapter Order of Eastern Star. this. Now, if the farmer, who has them and voiced the sentiment of buy your furniture from him.
life to been thus blessed will be economical ing season. Pezullo. all when he
From childhood and through wished them God's pro-
Friday, October 19th, will be the
know her was to love her; her cheer- and strain every point to the utmost day of the Boy Scouts parade and Flag Reading, "Our Flag"-Miss Harri- tection on the field of duty, and a safe I I. uI I
endearing and keep out of debt, almost sac-
ful, pleasant, friendly manner -
Raising at the Bradford County son.Violin
her to all who knew her. rificing necessities to a certain extent, Fair.I I i Solo-Miss Parsons, accompanied -
I Mrs. Guthrey contracted tuberculosis he will have a nice cash balance at his All Scouts are required to by Mrs. W. H. Lee. ,r _
i regulation uniform with the exceptionof I I 1
in 1911, and went to Denver, Colo- bank at the end of next season, and be I I General Statement-Prof. S. A. I II I
haversacks. The Lake Butler
:,.. rado, later going to Silver City, New more independent and satisfied. Let have received their uniforms troop and I Draper. DEPOSITS INSURED
;I''] Mexico. She was married to Dr. Claud him take, as it were, a lesson from the new I Short Addresses-L. A. Rawls, P. I i 1
the of the
; S. Guthrey in 1913. past and eradicate that canker worm Americans tramp, tramp show ,their tramp patriotism young and I M. Padgett, J. H. Scarborough, S. S. i I Ii i
: During her sickness she was of a called interest-one of the items that Knight. c
most cheerful disposition and a very has kept him down. This canker worm pride in preparedness. Selection-Orchestra. THE m !
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DeWitt McGill, of the naval train
, patient sufferer, ever hopeful. She is as bad, if not worse, than the boll Dismissal-Rev. S. S. Proctor. : UJ I
ing station at West, is at home
Key
j was laid to rest in the cemetery at Silver weevil. Farmers, profit by past experience on I Miss Parsons' violin work was of I
City, New Mexico. and keep out of debt. a two weeks' furlough DeWitt is another i i[ high class. She is a finished musicianand
1 Do without an automobile and drive of the Lake Butler boys who is is a graduate in music of the Vir- :
loving doing his "bit" on the line. Lake Butler !
old Sam to the buggy. ginia Conservatory of Music at Bris-
Quite a lot of cotton was bought in N I
tol, Va. Her numbers the
sisters, Mrs. J. D. Alderman, of Jack- Council on programwere
City Proceedings.City Lake Butler this week; the prices be- :
sonville, and Mrs. H. L. Sprinkle, of exquisitely rendered and her audience 2 -I I
council met in regular session ing from 20 to 22% cents in some in- !
Lake Butler, and one brother, Mr. T. gave rapt attention to her excellent -
October 3rd.Present stances. The finer grades brought a
J. Townsend, of Lake Butler, and a A. C. Strickland, J. still better playing.The I
Mayor; price.
host relatives and friends. We selection by Miss Harrison was
of near
Townsend Bank
W. Chairman Chas.H.
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Register, R. E. Dell, J. W. Jones
I I bereaved ones. and J. H. Scarborough, councilmen. echo.the number she was encored to the i
SEE H. L. FOWLER'SADVERTISEMENT
Killed Big Rattler. Minutes of last meeting read, approved !
The
IN appearance of Prof. Draper on I-
Last Dr. and Mrs. J. E. and adopted.
Sunday THIS PAPER. the platform was a signal for a perfect :
Maines and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Ep- Street work was discussed. Condi- storm of applause. He was highly Lake Butler Florida. i

person were riding out in an automobile tion of different parts of city, repairsand complimented by the speakers who en Cio !
and when about one mile from construction in general. Matterwas
the city they saw ahead of them an- referred to street committee. I -- :a I f fI
other automobile in the road which Complaints on action of equalizing'' tL
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had stopped and was flying the signalof board heard. i I I i1I i1 Bank That Backs m i iw I

distress. They did not rush to the Mr. J. D. Cobb, representing the I I THE

scene, but advanced cautiously, and on Standard Oil Company, filed complaintof ,
,. investigation found that the auto had change in company's tax return as I I I Farmer j'j'I
rattlesnake and the submitted them. The following East End
run over a occu- by was I i I I II
pants were hunting for a weapon with agreed upon: Improvement on leas- 6arage I i II II I I
which to annihilate his snakeship. No ed land, $1,200; merchandise, $800. 1 I I
stick suitable was to be found, so the Standing committees made no spe-
. doctor brought out his dissecting kn e'I cial reports. I, I The Bank that guarantees every deposit !

and Geo. Allen ran for a pine sapling Moved and carried that $3,000 be I C
i ROBT. F. RIVERS, Prop. I Il against Fire, Burglars and Bank Failure. !
'I which he cut off with his Barlow in a I offered to the Lake Butler Bank, as UJ
.a l East Main Street. No other Bank in Bradford County offers Ib I t
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: : Lake Butler Florida : ::) 0 -
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1917-18 term opened Monday, Smith, grammar school principal; Miss J. E. Townsend Jr. .
October 1st, with an enrollment of 211 Edna Epperson, 6th and 7th grades; :
pupils. The faculty for the term is Miss Kate Martin, 4th and 5th grades; ,
composed of the following well known Mrs. Howard F. Stanton, 2nd and 3rd 1 I
teachers: S. A. Draper, principal; grades; Miss Ellie Whitworth, primary 1i i ;
Sidney D. Padgett, high school prin- department; Miss Violet Parsons ; FRESH MEATS
cipal; Miss Ruby Howard, assistant music; Miss Evelyn Harrison, expres- i
high school principal; Miss Mizelle sion. ,
Groceries and Country Produce

half hour's time. He then ran backto time deposit at 5 per cent.
assist the doctor and Mr. Jones. Reports of officers read and accept- ,
Local PHONE
They finally got the better of the Agent for Ford Cars I 79 I

...-- snake, which could not withstand the ed.Bills were examined and ordered i
attack and finally succumbed. The paid except those of H. S. Newsom I
snake was then skinned and the trophies and Overstreet Hardware Company, i and Parts. Lake Butler Florida.

divided between Mr. Jones and which were tabled for investigation, as I ,
Geo. Allen, the former taking the 11 follows: ... .,.,
rattles and button and the latter the A. C. Strickland, official trip to ...:.t
5-foot skin, from which he intends to Gainesville __________-____ 2.50C. ;
have a vest made. V. Phillips, cleaning jail and

Order of Eastern Star Meeting.The toilets ________ ____________ 2.00
school of instruction for this Green Fitzpatrick, hauling
district was held with Lake Butler I garbage __ ________________ 5.90 PURE FOOD
Chapter No. 40, Order Easter Star, M. T. Tillis, hauling dogs ______ 1.50C. FRESH GROCERIESThings
Tuesday, October 9th. Grand Master V. Phillips, 4 days work on
Sarah A. Harris, presided. The ad- streets __ __________________ 4.50T.
dress of welcome was given by Miss P. Register, commissions .as to eat worth while. The PRICES ARE FAIR to

k Edwards of the local Chapter and the collector -_____ ____________ 6.95
response by Mrs. Emma A. Sanders, W. T. Weeks, rec. tax sale ____ 2.50 all and the to all. "A Deal :
n of Gainesville Chapter. Bradford Co. Times, pub. min- same Square to Everybody.

( After the opening ceremony the organization utes, etc __ ________________ 4.00C. ,
: r' for the day was perfected. V. Phillips, salary, Sept. ____ 45.00 Make
: At the close of the morning sessiona Shelton Hall, do ______________ 40.00 our store your headquarters during the Fair and
J. R. Chastain do 7.00 {
most delightful three
course luncheon -----------
was served to the visitors and I It was unanimously agreed that the feel that at home.
members.The I city buy uniforms for marshal and you are r,

afternoon session was instructions -1 deputy marshal, not to exceed $25.00

It from our Grand Matron, and at each. QUALITY PROMPTNESS fr
7 o'clock a public memorial service The following were selected to do COURTESYAre
was held for Sisters Mina Fisher and extra police duty during Fair: J. B.
Ollie Guthrey.A Chancey, Virgil Edwards, Henry Tay- three features of our conduct toward our trade: Let us fill (
lor your
full exemplification of the work Roscoe Johns, Arch Johns. Clerk

was after put which on by delightful Lake Butler refreshmentswere Chapter, was*named instructed parties for to response.notify the$2.50 above per wants. For fair week only we offer the following low prices:

served, consisting of ice cream day was allowed for compensation to
;,- and cake. each, for each day's sen-ice. Time of Flour in wood, per barrel. $12.75 Rice sack .
per $ 8.00
Visitors to this meeting were Grand service from 6 a. m. to closing hour

Matron, Mrs. Sarah A. Harris Quincy at night. Sugar in 100 Ibs. sack $ 9.50 Green Coffee per lb. $ .14
Chapter No. 43; Col. I. E. Websterand Bond of T. P. Register, tax collector, ,

"wife, Miss Maggie Olmsted, N. accepted.On .
M., Mrs. Mary L. Chivers, Mrs. EmmaA. motion council adjourned.C. .
Sanders, Gainesville, Chapter No. F. RIVERS.Clerk. PHONE 45 R. E. DELL AND
44; Mrs. Lon Leggett, Mrs. J. B. FANCY GROCERIES

Byrd, Greenville Chapter No. 70; Other News Items.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Mrs. Alice Mrs. Jesse Dowling returned home
Yonge, Ocala Chapter No. 29; Mrs. last Friday. She has been to the St. LAKE BUTLER FLORIDA.SPECIAL
W. B. Cone, Mrs. W. S. Stevens, Mac- Vincent's sanatorium in Jacksonvillefor .

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The schools of Bradford county

4 .... J should and probably will be represented Lake Butler Co.

The town of Brooker near the WORTHINGTON.On at the County Fair next week, for Drug

southern edge of Bradford county, is a the southern edge of Bradford the schools should show what progressis
very busy cotton market this season. county at the junction of the Santa Fe being made toward the training of
and New Rivers is situated the citizens of the rising generation.The .
The writer does not know how the Worthington -
one of our best little trading cen- tendency in late years has been
looks during the watermelon sea
town ters and cotton markets. Worthington to make more practical the educationof
son-Brooker is famous for watermelons has the main line of the Atlantic the youth of the country. The the- .
-but as a cotton market it im- Coast Line as a facility for reaching ory is to give future farmers an edu-
presses the visitor as about the bus- the markets of the state. The gin- cation that will make them scientific
iest place in the county. The Brad- ning accommodations are ample; thereare farmers-the best that the best intel- 1
ford County Telegraph representative several general stores a drug store ligence in the land can make them- Invites you to make
visited Brooker on a Saturday and etc., and Worthington is a good placeto and to make the future mothers and
that was everybody's busy day. The live and do business. Cotton is the housewives scientific mothers and
cotton gin was doing all it could to principal crop but not the only source housewives.In their place of business -
make room for all the cotton that was of income-not by any means. Truck many common schools the pupilsare
rolling in and succeeding very well raising has been tested out and found taught to raise pigs. A number of
The merchants were having all they profitable and diversification of cropsis pigs are maintained by the schools head- ,
could do and all of them seemed to bringing prosperity to the peopleof and the children are taught to feed your ; 1
have extra help at that. A good many this district. There are some sevenor and care for them in the best man- I
new merchants have opened stores in eight hundred people in the dis- ner known. School farms are quite ;
Brooker lately; and all of them were trict and room a plenty for twice as common and practical farming is I quarters while at 1
doing a rushing business. many more. The land is very good taught. The leaders of American
indeed and can be readily bought by thought have realized that the
The ShrJver Company store is the only I
largest in the town and it does a bus- homeseekers at reasonable prices. way that America can maintain her the Bradford County -
-:: iness that measures well up to the There are no real estate dealers but high place among the nations is to attain I
larger mercantile establishments in any of the business men will answer to a superior efficiency in the
c.. the county. It carries a line of goods letters of inquiry and direct the stran- trades and industries and that the chil- Fair.
which in volume and variety is amplefor gers to people who have land to sell. ''I dren must be educated to that end.
the needs of the people and saves Worthington is a good place to live Bradford county school work should
," its customers railway fare to the city. and do business profitably. It is also] I, show well at the County Fair, for our
' a good market for the farmer. schools are not lacking in
.' There are about 1,500 or 1,800 peo- progress.
; I
x 4 pie in the Brooker district engaged in PROVIDENCE.Providence I But we have a long way to go beforeour
('t farming and stock raising. They are in the western part of ,, schools can claim favorable comparison -
all this and looking the is with the best in the world andj
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; prosperous year are county an inland town and one :
the boll weevil squarely in the eye of the oldest in this part of the state. I j'i public opinion has some distance to j jI
:::1 with a view of divining his plans for Though without railroad facilities I I!I travel before it will insist upon such a I' .
:>f 1918. Some farmers have an idea Providence is all the same a good cot- ;I; thoroughness in the school work as j
.1-.' that by planting cotton rows far apart ton market and business center. The i j i will insure an ideal modern education '
and by chopping out every other stalkin farming land is of the best and can be: to the children of our county. I '
order that the sun can get in its bought at somewhat lower price per i Exhibit at the County Fair of the
work, the temperature of the fields acre than the land in other parts of the I I best that our schools can show would The NYAL Quality
c"" can be made too hot for the boll wee- county. The settler will find himselfnot I I serve a good purpose.
;,44: \ vi]. Also they aim to run the rows so too far from a railway shipping
, _. that the sun will shine on one side of point, as no point in Bradford county
roads, is to be considered
a point for
oJ the rows in the morning and on the i is more than seven or eight miles froma
manufacturing industries because of
other side in the afternoon. It is said station, and Providence as a placeto its j
exceptional facilities. The
= that the boll'weevil loves shade where market cotton and buy the necessi- railway
farming land is good, too, and the railroad
y. he lives and prefers to move from a ties of life has the reputation of being j STORELake
transportation facilities
location in which he cannot walk from among the best. are fully
as appealing to the farmers
to
as prospective -
one cotton stalk to another without GUILFORD. j
manufacturers. There
through the hot sand. are
wading
Guilford, on the Georgia Southern I several stores, a turpentine still and
Anyway, if the weevil eats the cotton & Florida Railway, is the center of a other attractions at Sampson City and j 1
crop around Brooker next summer rich agricultural district. The land is those who are seeking a location will
the chances are that he will find it to be bought at a lower price than is do well to look the country thereaboutswell j 1
seasoned more highly with sunshine asked in other sections and on very over.
than he likes, and he will be put on reasonable terms, and it is in
no
short rations at the least. re-I NEW RIVER, THERESSA, AND
spect inferior to higher priced .
Brooker is on the Wannee Branch The Guilford country offers exceptional GRAHAM. Butler Co.
of the Seaboard Air Line and its farming opportunities for the stockraiser, New River, Theressa and Grahamare Drug
";1: section is said to be one of the too, and people wishing to make homes all good trading points in Brad- "
\J richest in the county. There is a good will have all the advantages of good ford county. Graham is on the Tam-
;\1 school, several church organizations, range, cheap land and fair marketing pa & Jacksonville railway and Theressa -
r-J'tf' lodges, etc., and it is a desirable place facilities for their crops. and New River are on the Georgia j ;.
;;.x in which to locate, for the town is one SAMPSON CITY. Southern & Florida railway. Theyare 1 Lake Butler Fla.
i of the coming little cities of the coun- all good places for the prospective j
.. ty. A good real estate man might do Sampson City, at the junction of the investor to look up and the home1 1
:. a fine business in locating homeseek- Georgia Southern & Florida, the Wan- seeker would do well to visit them. ,
ers in the district for there is plentyof nee branch of the Seaboard Air Line They are already good markets and
good land yet to be cleared. and the Tampa & Jacksonville rail- trading points. I : .

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LAKE BUTLER ,
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F. M.AllfrLrJ County 1 I BIG SEA ISLAND II IICOrrON Miss E. M. BlallehardFLAS Douglass:1d


! "When I came to Bradford county i

i with my parents in 1869," said F. M. :. MARKET
I Rivers, president of the Bradford
County Fair Association, "when I first LMEY

I landed in Bradford there was but one There is a large and modern cotton "
in the that I know of :
, buggy county anti d
I gin in the West End at Lake Butler I
I and that was owned by a good brothernow and another of like qualities and de- t
dead. He used to load his family
scription in the East End. The gen-
into the buggy on Sundays and be- tlemen who buy cotton generally can HAS A BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF FALL MILLINERY
cause there was no room for him and
be found at or near one or the other of ANDHATS
the family, too, he solved the problem these gins-but not all of them. There
: by riding the horse. There were few are cotton buyers in Lake Butler who j YI
if any wagons hereabouts in those I care nothing about either of the local J
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days. The farmers used to do their Knight
gins and maintain a sort of impartial I
in two-wheel :
, hauling principally cartsor commercial belligerency toward ,
every
they packed their provisions home I i
other person interested in cotton save
from the store on ponies. Followingthe : the farmer who has cotton to sell. To-
Civil War the spirit of progress 1 ward the farmer who has cotton for I IN THE LATEST STYLES AND SHAPES.
and development did not flourish here sale he is everything that a gentleman
for time and conditions were what I I : Dealers in
a
should be, and to this should be af- .
you would call backward for a while. FANCY RIBBONS AND OTHER NOTIONS
I fability and even kindness. He buys : t
Most of the bacon that used Fresh Florida
was came Meats ; :
the cotton in the seed but he never :

to the us storekeeper in 1,000-pound would hogsheads the and big goes near the East End gin with it, I Grain & Country i
open Produce :
nor dees he ask the West End gin to
barrel and sell the entire i
consignment
gin it. He just naturally ships it to
I
I before it could be hauled to the store.
some place where he or his employerhas Miss E. M. Blanchard :
i There were a few hogs in the woods, > i
I facilities for handling it. As for
I but most of our fresh meat was game We buy all kinds of
I. the farmer ho plays both ends cf Lake
or beef. There were a great many
Butler against the middle, and the
I cattle on the range then as now. Later Florida. Country Produce :
I middle against the ends and great is Lawtey
t E. we sold a little fresh pork in the mar- I
the price of cotton.
ket at I 5 cents a pound, but we boughtmore I
Lake Butler is therefore a good cot-
salt pork at 8 and 10 cents. )
ton market-for the farmer. How the
"The old citizen who owned the bug- *
GROCERIES I
cotton buyers live is hard to imagine.But .
, and rode his buggy horse to the
gy
witnesses to the fact'that 1
eye testify
meeting house on Sundays has many ( and i
I they manage to eke out a living .
descendants in the county. Most of .
. his sons and grandsons take their fam- somehow rising and market.even to prosperbuyingon WHEN IN LAWTEY CALL AND SEE .: GRAIN' 2I
'' ilie sto church now in automobiles and a .
.
Anyway the farmer has been wait- I
; f they: often pay for their automobilest ing fifty for his chance and !i ..
of bales of 70 cents years now
with couple a I
a W. E. TORODE
t that the game is going his way it can
cotton single of early
pound i
or a crop Full Line of
i be said that he is playing it remorse- I
Irish worth $7 to $9 barrel.
a
.| potatoes
fully-and with the limit off-and no
They ship hogs instead of importing i ALL KINDS
OF
chance to lose. FEED
: V\: salt bacon. And instead of paying 30K" I I There are plenty of cotton buyersin I SELL .
cents for white salt pork they cure 6
' I Lake Butler and the man who hap .

I his the pants street frosted toward with lint the as pump he walksup has General Merchandise I i MAKE OUR STORE .

I little time to ask his old acquaintances
[ Raiford, Big Trade Center ] t- "What are they paying today" He ; YOUR

> gets-and the then information he gets some fresh more off the quota-wire and HAY and. GRAIN, and it is called- I i HEADQUARTERSDURING

.. Raiford, on the main line of the Atlantic tions and looks mighty undecided and "THE QUALITY KIND."
c' Coast Line from Jacksonville stubborn before he accepts the last THE FAIR.Butler.

to St Petersburg, is justly consideredto and final quotations or drives back You are welcome as Customer, Visitors or Friend to i _
be one of the best centers for business home with the stuff that is worth even
in Bradford county. There is more than money. lIe sometimes fig- make your headquarters at my place of business. ,I
about as large a population in the Rai- ures that the government is just now Lake
ford district-or in the districts from putting seventeen billion of dollars in !
which Raiford draws its trade-.as is circulation and several billions more w. E. TORODE i ,
I to be found in any other trade district I to be circulated at the option of the i iI
i in the county. One will see about as powers that be, and that God has rather I
: many farmers in Raiford on Saturday j put a limit on the cotton supply
I as can be seen in the other larger with the boll weevil threatening to ve- LAWTEY FLA. Florida.
i. towns of the county. to the next crop. So he allows that I I i
The whole truth is that Raiford is cotton is due to be worth more, and II

I t has going a very to be fine a larger tributary town country because sur-it .. grows money longer less, as upon the the shadow background of time of I .........................!


ber rounding of business it and men because who it are has alive a num-and I eternity.cotton-purchasing Reasoning gentry thus he the gives glassy the -- __ __ __ __ __ _ _

wide-awake to their advantages. The er stare, and drives back home when the P - - - -
city government is officered by men of price offered is not to his liking.
this progressive class. Yes; Lake Butler is as good a cot- I
ton market as any in East Florida. 31 Cents For Good
The town has a fine school and a : Seed Cotton
good $10,000 school building. Thereare They will buy it anywhere in town.

churches, lodges, social organiza- I I I ,


purposes ple tions make seeking homes of and various a as other good well laudable atractions town as to in make aims which to mon-pea and to j'I i I I I I(t Can Live At Home ] : On Bad Accounts By :


ey. One may live pleasantly in Rai-
ford among an agreeable people who i Maybe those who attend the county
have ambition for their town and con- air at Lake Butler next week will I It
sideration for their neighbors.The fail to have the fact borne in upon !
them that the farmers H. FOWLER
cotton crop has been large this of this part of L
year and the merchants have been the United States have begun to raise
busy, but in the rush of trade the peo- their own food. Maybe so. But the
ple have not forgotten to build homes. writer has been a guest in the homes
of farmers, and others not farmers,
Many residences in
new are course of t
erection and more are to be built with- during the past' several weeks and has The Leading Hardware Dealer.
in the next few months. More land everywhere oeen shown, with evidences I
t will be cultivated next year than was of great pride on the part of the II

farmed this season and still more will housewives and house husbands, too, I have almost anything from the cradle to the An line of coffins -
l be cleared in the years that follow. ; the long rows of jars of vegetablesand grave. up-to-date
[t ] preserved fruits that adorn the and caskets. Hearse service free.
r And Raiford will be. a.bigger town. shelves that rise one above another. I South Georgia buggies of all kinds in stock.

r. Most things that the farm and garden
and orchard produce have been savedin

E [Lawtey The City of Homes ] great quantity. It is one conse- American wire fence bought in car lots I know where and how to buy good
of
I the food
quence scarcity brought on
l > by the great war that is not to be la- Bought direct from the Factory. pinder seed. Best seed and best prices. I

Lawtey is Bradford county's "cityof mented.of products Instead of of far-away consuming canneries quantities -- Best price on it. Ask your neighbor about them.
homes." The town has a god hotel
I
in tin with
put up more or less disregard -
. --r.. two gins, a bank, a number of prosI' for the health of the consumer
perous mercantile establishments, etc. the people of the agricultural districts,
but its chief glory is its shaded streets :
; at least, will in future take their veg- FURNITUREDaily
well-paved. walks and beautiful residences. 'etables and preserves from clean glass ,
:
jars. The home product has a better
They raise strawberries quite'extensively flavor and costs less. There will doubtless -
: around Lawtey, but be vast exhibits of such preserved newly-weds are buying their household and kitchen furniture to commence
s at 70 cents the pound is making foods at the Bradford County Fair. housekeeping. Any kind of Iron Bed and all
i farmers rich this season and the merchants I grades of mattresses up to the very best
1\- are almost too busy to go fully grade of felts. .:
k" into detail with the
strangers I
' A Fair Week Feature
would like to know why they ;
! Lawtey the finest town in -

t county. Nevertheless the There will be a small clown-pro- C/3 Have lately built a nice roomy sales room and ware house near River's :> :.
does not go from within the gates before I fessional-at the County Fair at Lake :
o shop. Rye and Oat Seed in
large
quantities.
<. the booster has had his say, Butler next week who calls himself an
f they are a public spirited people acrobatic humorist. He does funny C "
have a good subject. things with his feet and makes queer H SPECIAL DURING THE FAIR
The Lawtey country fully motions with himself in a general! way :1//
the seven hundred population of that is said to amuse the audience. We x
tcwn and as it develops the town will see, however, later what these 2 and 3 year old accounts 31 cents for Seed Cotton. i
continue to grow. The school is .physical jests are. Never having seen 4 old o I
accounts 41
of the best and the church I an acrobatic jokesmith the writer hesi- I 0 year cents for Seed Cotton. :

I and social advantages are as good I tates to describe the human imperso- m 5 year old accounts 51 cents for Seed Cotton. : I
could be desired. ro
nation of wit too much in detail. I
The town is nearer This little person has four other Over 5 year old Accounts-Any Price. i

than any other Bradford county members of his family who take partin t Bring it on. Will have Ten Men ready to weigh I it. Z ,
By the Seaboard Air Line Jacksonville more serious acrobatic performances -
is only 38 miles distant. Its and all of them are bestowing their o Inn I
government is well conducted by services upon the management of the I f
and progressive officers. While : > fair in the way of entertaining theaudiences Cut this ad. out of the paper andbring it to me during the Bradford 0 I

ing agricultural while the communities"unpleasantness"are do their best at the every fair afternoon grounds.at They 2:30 I County Fair and I will allow you 50 cents for it on any sale over $5.00.n I l lI

the water is making farm o'clock and again at 8 o'clock in the I
high In price, yet opulence is no evening. The acrobatic clown is said CJt
sensation to Lawtey. It has to be the smallest America, so be t c MAKE MY STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHILE YOU ARE IN TOWN.t I
been a good town and will sure and see him. The other four o '
to be a good business center when: acrobats are described as good look-
real conditions are again restored t ing and clever-so be very sure not
a world at peace. c to miss seeing them. : ; Lake Butler Fla. :

Bradford county, however, will not
To Core a Cold In One Day. be disappointed of a good show in any ,
c Take LAXATIVE: BROMO Quinine. It stops event ?s there will be plenty of home in5 _
aDd Headache and works off I
Couth the
I'rtt.ilta Tr fltI"onr, i! it (.'!!? to c\. products to see that are none too wen -- -
.. CROV;, rdvertised, but the best of -- -
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OCTOBER 12. 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN :
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BUTLER, OCTOBER 16th TO 20th, INCLUSIVE.

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HAY FORAGE ETC. 55 Plymouth Rocks. 56 Wyandottes. 130 Best knitted shawl j !
: ----------------------------------- .50 .25
57 Rhode Island Reds. 58 Leghorns. 131 Best knitted baby sacque
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1st. 2nd. ----------------------------- .25
59 Turkeys 60 Guineas. 132 Best drawn work table cover .......... .50 .25
Best bale of hay on exhibit $2.00 $1.00 --- -----------"
1 --------------------------- 61 Ducks 62 Geese. 133 Best
2 Barrel of velvet beans in hull -----------_____________ 1.00 .50 63 Pigeons. 134 specimen drawn work, any kind -------------_____ .60 .25
3 Half dozen bundles oats 1.00 .50 specimenhandkerchief :--------------------------- .50 .25
----------------------------- 135 Best
4 Bundle of forage plant not less than ten pounds iJOO .50 COOKING. -------------------------- 1.00 .50
-------- 136 Best specimen tatting trimmed garment 1.00 .50
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GRAIN, SEEDS, ETC. 1 s t. 2nd. 137 Best specimen trimmed household linen 1.00 .50
1st. 2nd. 64 Loaf white yeast bread ------------------------------- .50 .25 138 Best silk quilt ----___________ ______::::::=:::::::: 1:00: .50
5 Half bushel wheat ___________________________________ 1.00 .50 65 Corn bread __________________________________________ .50 .25 139 Best worsted quilt -------- 1.00 .50
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6 Half bushel velvet beans, shelled ____________________: 1.00 .50 66 Plate of baking powder biscuits ---------------------- 1.00 .50 140 Best cotton quilt ....... ----- 1.00 .50
7 Half bushel peanuts _________________________________ 1.00 .50 67 Plate of soda biscuits ------------------------------- 1.00 .50 141 Best home made rug ....::::.::::::::::::::::::::: .75 .50

8 Half bushel: field peas ------------------------------ 1.00 .50 68 Pound cake ----------------------------------------- 1.00 .50 142 Best hand painted pillow top ________________________I .'15 .50
9 Collective exhibit of grain, seeds, etc., from one farm, not 69 Cocoanut cake -------------------------------------- 1.00 .50 143 Best specimen _____________________________ .75 .50
less than ten varieties ________________________________ 3.00 1.50 70 Chocolate cake -------------------------------------- 1.00 .50 144 Best specimen inning --_________________________I .75 .50
VEGETABLES. 71 Apple pie ------------------------------------------- .50 .25 145 Best hand made basket _______________________________ .75 .50
1st. 2nd. 72 Lemon pie ------------------------------------------ .50 .25 146 Best house dress .----------------..........--------"" .75 .60
73 Pumpkin pie .50 .25 147 Best kitchen
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potato pie Best little dress
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11 Bushel of Irish potatoes 1.00 .50 ------------------------- .EO:
----------------------------- 75 Nut fudge candy .50 .25 149 Best little boy's suit
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12 Half dozen heads of cabbage 1.00 .50 -------------------------------- fO
------------------------- 76 Best collection of home made candies, not less than six

13 Half dozen pumpkins ----------------------------_____ 1.00 .50 varieties __________________________________________.. 2.00 1.00 ARTS and CRAFTS
14 Exhibit of egg plants ------------------------------- 1.00 .50 77 Glass grape jelly ____________________________________ .50 .25 1st. .
15 Exhibit! of peppers ---:------------------------------- 1.00 .50 78 Glass strawberry jelly _______________________________ .50 .25 150 Flowers in oil .--------------------_______________" .75 .50
16 Exhibit of string beans (one hamper) ... .. _____. 1.00 .50 _____ 151 Animals in oil ___________________
--- --- 79 Glass pear Jelly _____________ __________________ .50 .25 -------- ---------- .75 .50
17 Exhibit! of cucumbers, two dozen --___________________ 1.00 .50 80 May Hall Jelly _.:.____________________________________ .50 .25 152 Flowers: in water colors --------------________________ .50 .25 .
18 Exhibit of tomatoes, one crate ----------______________ 1.00 .50 81 Plum jam, glass _____________________________________ .50 .25 .53 Fruit in water colors--------------------------------- .50 .25
19 Exhibit of strawberries: two one-quart baskets --------- 1.00 .50 82 Strawberry jam, in glass ______________________ ______ .50 .25 154 Best collection of oil and water colors pictures __________ 1.50 1.CO
20 Collective exhibit of vegetables _______________________ 5.00 2.50 83 Glass jar peach preserves _____________________-_______ .50 .25 155 Best specimen of china painting -------_______________ i.oo .50
MEAL, GRITS and CRUSHED FEEDS. 84 Glass jar plum preserves ____________________________ .50 .25 156 est specimen of wood carving ------------___________ .50 .25
1st. 2nd. 85 Glass jar fig preserves ________ ______________________ .50 .25 :157 Best wire grass work ----------------------------____ .50 .25
21 Peck each of home bolted meal and grits _______________ 1.00 .50 86 Glass jar watermelon preserves =____________ __ .50 .25 358 pine straw work ----------....----.--------."__ .50 .25
22 Collective exhibit of different kinds of crushed stock feed. 2.00 1.00 87 Jar orange marmalade _____________________=_:__::=== .50 ,.25 359 Best palmetto work ---------------------------------_ .50 .25
COTTON. 88 Jar guava marmalade ________________________________ .50 .25 160 B est paper flowers --------',--------------------------- .50.25 ';
1st. 2nd. 89 Jar pear butter ______________________________________ .50 .25 161 Be e\ specimen! real basketry -------------------------- 1.00 .50 .
90 Jar ____________________________________ 162 specimen shuck work ____ .50 .25
butter
23 Bale of Sea Island cotton ____________________________ 5.00 3.00 grape .50 .25 ------------------------
24 Laigest and best stalk Sea Island cotton ________________ 1.00 .50 91 Best collective exhibit of jams, pickles, jellies, marmalades EDUCATIONAL. j
25 Fifty pounds of Sea Island cotton in basket _____________ 1.00 .50 and preserves 2.00 1.00 4
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':6 Bushel Sea Island cotton seed -------------------______ 1.00 .50 CANNED 163 Collection! of weaving, 1st grade ______________________ 1.00 1
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SUGAR CANE SYRUP and SUGAR. ETC. 164 Collection! of color work, 2nd grade 1.00 i
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1st. 2nd. 1st 2nd.... 165 Collection of wood work, 3rd grade ____________________ 1.00 ,
92 Jar strawberries .50 .5
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27 Best dozen stalks sugar cane _________________________ 1.00 .5 0 93 Jar huckleberries .50 .25:: writing by 1st grade pupil -----_-------- .50 y!
------------------------------------ 167 Collection of
less than 1.00 .50 :,:. writing by 2nd grade pupil ... 50
not two
28 Best cane syrup, quarts --- ---- ----
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28 Best brown sugar, not less than five pounds ____________ 1.00 .50 95 Jar corn .50 .?_5 writing by 3rd grade pupil ------_....... .50
--------"---------------------------------- 169 Best collection from 4th
29 Best collective exhibit of cane and cane products 2.00 .50 grade, any school ------------ 2.50
96 Jar .50 .25
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peas ------------------------------------- 170 Best collection from 5th grade, any school 2.50
BEE PRODUCTS. 97 Jar field peas ---------------------------------------- .50 .25 171 Best collection from 6th grade, oi------------ 2'50 '
1stExhibit 2nd. 98 Jar Okra ------------------------------------------- .50 .25 172 Best of Florida by 4th nyp'l 1
map grade
30 of comb honey, not less than three pounds ______ 1.00 .50 99 Jar tomatoes .50 .25 ---------------- .60
---------------------------------------- 173 Best map of Bradford county, 5th grade 50 <
31 Best quart of strained honey -------------------------- 1.00 .50 100 Jar beans -;----------------------------------------- .50 .25 174 Best map of United States by 7th or 8th -!d----- -.-.-.-.-. .50
MEAT PRODUCTS. 101 Jar sweet pickles ----------------------------------- .50 .25 175 Best collective exhibit from
1st. 2nd. 102 Jar sour pickles ______________________________________ .50 .25 any one school in the county.. 5.00

32 Home cured hams not less than three _________________ 2.00 1.00 103 Jar chow chow ----__________________________________ .50 .25 FLORAL EXHIBITS.
33 Home cured breakfast bacon, not less than three pieces __ 1.00 .50 104 Jar pickled beets ------------------------------------ .50 .25. tat ;
34 Best five pounds lard _________________________________ 1.00 .50 105 Bottle home made salad dressing ______________________ .50 .25 176 Exhibit of cut chrysanthemums, not less than one dozen_ 1.50 j
35 Largest ham, must weigh 20 Ibs.. properly trimmed ____ 2.50 1.25 106. Bottle tomato catsup _________________________________ .50 .25 177 Best exhlbl.t of geraniums ---------------------..__.___ 1.00' .:;
36 Collective exhibit of home cured hog products __________ 2.50 1.25 107 Best collective exhibit canned products, pickles, honey, etc 3.00 2.00 178 Best exhibit of cut roses in vase ------________________ 1.00 i
108 Best pound butter ___________________________________ 1.00 .50 179 Best single specimen of palm ------___________________ .50 j
FRUITS 180 Best collection of ferns, not less than four varieties _____ 1.50 :
1stBest 2nd. NEEDLECRAFT. 181 Collection of colladiums .... 1.50 j
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37 exhibit of citrus fruit --------------------------- 1.00 .50 182 Collection of '
1 s t. 2nd. begonias 1.50 ,
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38 Best ten pounds pecans grown in county ""__ 2.00 1.00 _
109 Best embroidered lingerie set, night dress, tidies, skirt 1.50 1.00
39 Best Japan persimmons not less than a dozen __________ 1.00 .50 white MISCELLANEOUS FOR CHILDREN UNDER 14 YEARS OLD.
40 Best agricultural exhibf _____________________________1:>.00 10.00 110 Best embroidered luncheon set not less than seven 1st. 2nd. )
LIVE STOCK. pieces ---------------.:.--.-------..--------------.... 1.50 1.00 183 Best made outfit for dolls _____________________________ .50 .25 '
111 Embroidered pillow cases 1.00 .50
------ --------------------- 184 Best of
specimen mending .50
1st. 2nd. -------"--------"--------- 25
112 Embroidered bed room set, scarf, sheet and pollow cases. 1.50 1.00
41 Best milch cow _____________________________________. 4.00 2.00 113 Embroidered night robe 1.00 .50 185 Best specimen offdarmhng ----------------------------- .50 .25
----------------------------- 186 Best 1.
specimen work .50
42 Best bull 4.00 2.00 ----------------------- .25
-------------------------------------------- 114 Embroidered shirt waist 1.00 .50
----------------------------- 187 Best of
43 Best beef steer 4.00 2.00 specimen knitting ---------------------------- .50 .25
-- ---------------------------------- 115 Embroidered dress, child's 1.00 .50
---------------------------- 188 Best of
44 Best calf under one old 2.00 1.00 specimen tatting -------------------------- .50 .25
year __________________ ; .
""---------------------- 116 Embroidered Hand made baby outfit 1.50 1.00 189 Best of j
45 Best sample of the old razor back hog 2.00 1.00 specimen hemstitching ------------------------ .50 ...i.)
------------------ 117 Embroidered towels 75 .50 .
---------------------------------- 190 Best sofa cushion ,
46 Best boar, any breed 3.00 1.50 .= ----------------------------------- 50 ...a
--------------------------------- 118 Best specimen cut work 1.00 -0
----------------------------- 191 Best
47 Best sow, breed 3.00 1.5 0 specimen raffia work ---------------------------- .50 25 1
any -------------------------------- 119 Best specimen punch work 1.00 .50
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------ Best frame
picture _____________ .50 .I) 4
48 Best litter of pigs, any breed 3.00 1.50 ---------------------- -"
------------------------- 120 Bestspecimen Cardanger 1.00 50 19-3 *
----------------------------- Best model hat rack .
49 Best stallion 4.00 2.00 r --------------------------------- .50 .25 '
---------------------------------------- 121 lest specimen Battenburg. 1.00 0
---------------------------- .u 194 Best towel rack i
Best 4.00 2.00 ------------------- 50 .9" ;
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51 Best colt under two: years old ------------------------- 3.00 2.00 123 Best specimen Irish lace __________________________ .50 .25 hanger ---- :----------- ------------------- .50 ..253rd.

52 Best mule raised in Bradford county ------------------ 4.00 2.00--__________________________ 1.00 .50- GRAND PRIZE.
53 Best mule colt 3.00 1.50 collective _______________ .
--------------------------------------- 125 Best exhibit of crocheted laces 1.00 .50 1st. 2nd. .
54 Best jack 4.00 2.00 126 Best crocheted bed ____________________________ 196 A grand prize will be for the best collec
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POULTRY. 127 Best crocheted piano scarf ____________________________ 1.00 .50 tive exhibit made by parties of voting precincts.
Pairs-First, $1.00. Second, $ .50. 128 Best woolen crochet __________________________________ .50 .25 Each voting precinct will be expected to compete
Pens-First, $2.00. Second, $1.00. 129 Best knitted slippers _________________u______________ .50 .25 for this prize -------------------------__._..20.00 10.00 5.00'H














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, SAILORS M11U'f INl' O N FOUR GERMAN I BIG BATTLE IS STARKE COTTON TWENTY NINE MORE MEN CERTIFIEDFOR




: BATI'LESIIIPSSEVF.RAI.; WERE SHOT AGAIN RAGINGIN MARKET ACTIVE SERVICE BY DISTRICT BOARD



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" Indications Point to a Wide- DEATH BY ACCIDENT.A ROWE WINS SUIT. Have Been Instructed By Local

spread and Organized Revolt Board to Hold ThemselvesIn
sad accident happened at Enville, The suit A. J. Rowe vs Seaboard

i' Among Seamen. Fla., Oct. 4th, about 6:30 a. m., when GAIN TERRITORYAND HAVE HANDLED Railway Company, was tried before Readiness.

, Mr. Eli 0. Anderson was killed almost CAPTURE PRISONERSHAIG'S THEIR SHARE OF THE CROP County Judge Geo. A. Gardiner Mon- -
instantly. He had been repairing a day morning. Mr. Rowe had had a
UPRISING WAS SUPPRESSEDWITH WILL LEAVE
part of the machinery at the sawmilland -- ,. Duroc-Jersey boar killed by a train. FOR CAMP ,: -

GREAT DIFFICULTYARMY sat down near the log carriage, FORCES FIGHTING HARD CLAY, PUTNAM AND PART OF /The railway company was representedby WITHIN NEXT TEN RAYSNO

when in some way it started, catch- TO DRIVE GERMANS OUT OF ALACHUA COUNTIES HAVE J. E. Futch, Esq., and the com-
AND NAVY OFFICIALS AT ing him between the head block and plainant by D. E. Knight, Esq. It was -
saw ,guide. OSTEND, SUBMARINE BASE. SOLD HERE. proven that the hog had been killed by PROVISION HAS YET BEEN -

WASHINGTON DECLARE THIS His body was shipped to Starke for the train, and that its value would.be MADE FOR FORWARDING NE-

EVIDENCE OF GERMAN UNREST burial, and the services were held at The big fight is on again in Flan- The two gins have been very busy from $15 to $20. GRO SELECTS TO TRAINING

IS MOST ENCOURAGING the Episcopal church. ders and the Germans are being ham- this season handling Starke's shareof Jury examination was waived. Judge CAMP BUT
Mr. Anderson moved to Gardiner found- for the plaintiff and PROBABLY WILL
Apopka a
SINCE WAR BEGAN. mered'hard. Field Marshal Haig is the Bradford county cotton crop.
NEWS little over a year ago with his family, battering away on'the sector east and There is more cotton in the county to assessed the railway $30, double damages BE SOON.

but recently had been employed by the northeast of Ypres, while French handle, for one thing, and the near-by and $25 attorney's fees The

AMSTERDAM, Oct. 10.-A mutiny Enville Lumber Co. troops have joined with the British lands are growing a larger area in cotton double damage was justified becausethe The
among the crews of four battleships of He was born in Norway and came left wing to the south of Dixmude in than usual for another. A third company had failed to pay for the Local Selection Board receivedon
to this with his when hog when notified and because it had Thursday from the District Board
the German fleet occurred at Wilhelm- county parents an endeavor to bring that section of cause of the greater volume of receipts -
haven, one of these battleships being fifteen years of age. At the age of the line even with the sharp wedge at-the local gins is the fact of failed to have the track fenced, as the another have been list certified of names for service of men in who the ..

the Westfalen, whose captain was twenty-three he was married to Miss that has been driven into the German an increased acreage of 25 per cent of law requires. National Army. The list contains the j
Elsie Mansell and to them were born i cultivated for the much -.--
thrown overboard and drowned. The front by Haig east of Broodseinde. area county,
names of 29 men, white and colored
crews landed. Marines refused to fire i four children, Miss Clara and Edwin Launching their attacks simultan- new land having been cleared and REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. ,
and the white
will be
men notified at
on them.A Anderson, of Apopka; Clifford An- eously Tuesday morning, both armies many abandoned fields having been re J
to hold themselves
once in readinessto
mutiny is reported to have occur- derson, of Orlando, and Mrs. B. had made considerable gains before claimed. !.4
Minor, of Oconee, Fla. A'I I During the week S. R. Johns sold to leave for the training camp at Co- i
German Nern- Some Starke of
the hea-
red on battleship I nightfall, in addition to inflicting years ago was one lumbia
S. C. No
He is survived his wife and James Reynolds, of Graham, what is arrangements have
berg,which was at sea. The men seiz- by vy casualties on the Germans and tak- the principal cotton markets in East e-

ed the officers and proceded in the direction children and one grandchild. ing many prisoners. Prior to the an- Florida,'but the low price of the sta- known miles south as the of Geiger place about three yet but it been is understood made for the this negro will be selects done, r
Starke. The
of Norway with the intentionof nouncement of the commencement of ple rather took the enthusiasm out of place con- in the '"
future.
being interned. The Nernberg was STRANGE BIRD KILLED. the attack there had been no intima- the farmers hereabout and they turn- tains 75 acres, and is one of the oldest The near
Local
farms Board has not definitely -
in the yet
of ,
Starke hav-
overtaken by destroyers and forced to tion that the Frenchmen were ready I ed to growing strawberries and other been vicinity '. fixed the date for the departureof
ing opened by the late Noah Gd-
surrender. for advance. With things that seemed to be wantedby
an ease more
W. E. Edmondson, living west of apparent It is fine the next squad, but they will prob. !
ger. a property and Mr.
Emperor William went to Wilhelm- tha French crossed the flooded Broen- people who had money to spend.
Starke, Tuesday, killed what was Reynolds shows ably be sent forward within the next
in
haven and ordered that one out of ev- beek and Jansbeek rivers and captured But the cotton buyers have been bid- good judgment buying ten I'
thought to be a bald eagle, but accord. it.Mrs.. days.
mutineers be shot. Chancellor the of St. De ding high and have drawn at-
Jean lately
ery seven vilages Mange-
ing to description must have been a Matilda Ritch Following is the list of men certified
of Raiford s
Michaelis protested, with the result lare and Veldhock, together with num- tention that is not merely local, for was }
bird strange to this country. When Wednesday.
that only three were shot. Heavy erous block bouses and took prisoners Starke buyers have dealt this season in Starke Monday to close a deal with f
discovered it was eating a pig that it I Senator A. ZI| Adkins for the L. C. 880-John William Ross, Hampton.
the others. : with farmers from Alachua i
sentences were imposed on several hundred Germans. The ad- Clay and i
had killed. The bird 1173-William A. New River. ,
standing up, Smith residence in that town. Senator Berry, "*
The chancellor's objections to theemperor's vance of the French was over a front Putnam counties, in addition to a heavy
was over five feet high, and from tip Adkins also recently sold to the 539-Emmett K. Perryman, Starke. t
order that mutineer in than mile half and increase business with the home
one of more a and a
to tip of the wings was six feet. The Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. the 1043-Robert Hudson, Raiford.1004Silas .
every seven be shot, was on the ground they penetrated the German line to a county. Starke is therefore coming
is
described
neck !
as being long.It P. Yarborough Raiford.
very store ,
them
and
property occupied by
that he could not assume such responsibility depth of one and a quarter miles. into her old-time repute as a cotton ,
have been of 156-John
may a species crane I the adjoining residence Morgan Little, Lake But809Conway
before the reichstag. market and next season mav see her I
eating carrion that some other animal ler.
of the for the fame still further
One -
reasons mutiny spread abroad. '
killed. LETTERS FROM
had OUR SOLDIER Matthews, Starke.
was bad and inadequate- food. S BOYS.U. The last ginners report for Bradford TOO WELL PROVIDED.J. .940-Math L. Mann, Raiford.
Dispatches Are Encouraging. county shows 1775 bales ginned priorto
436-Thomas Jefferson Jones, Lulu.
BUSINESS HOUSES OF LAKE
Washington, Oct. 10-Few dispatches September 25th, which indicates a
S. Lane, who keeps store 1051-Paul Jones, Raiford.
neat
BUTLER.In S. S. New Jersey, a
large increase this that of
since the have created year over
war began
the 299-James Daniel Furman Bell Lu-
depot arrested ,
Sept. 29 1917. was by Deputy
last and of this Starke has received -
year
more interest at the departmentthan
navy this issue of the Telegraph will be Hon. E. S. Matthews, I he rterritorial proportion. Sheriff W. W. Baisden Monday after lu.
today's reports from Amsterdam found advertisements a number of Starke, Fla. noon, just as he had returned from 19-Noah Howard, Lawtey.

telling of a revolt in the German navy. Lake Butler merchants and other bus- Dear Sir:-Guess you will be inter-1 I Jacksonville by automobile. The cause 872-John I. Marr, Highland.

Officers unhesitatingly declared that iness establishments. These enter- ested to know a boy from NOTICE.On for the arrest was the fact that Mr. 896-Charlie Whitten, Hampton.

the story, so far not confirmed in official prising business men are making a Starke is just "hungry" for a Brad Lane had under the seat of his car 544--!Perry Madison Johns, Starke. .

reports, was one of the most en- bid for your business, and it is gener- ford County Telegraph, for I am very October 27, 1917, there will be four quarts whiskey, which is more 747-Charlie Lee, Starke.

couraging signs of the year for the ally the case that those who invite bus- much interested in what is going on held by the United States Civil Ser- than the law allows a man to have at 138-Roman Addison, Lake Butler.

allies. They pointed out that while iness are the ones who will give it the in Starke. My people have moved to vice Commission in Washington, D. C., one time. Mr. Lane's plea was that 838Herschell K. Crosby, Starke.

the allied powers have noted repeatedly best attention. Read the advertise- Gainesville, but I'll always feel like an examination of candidates for post- he had brought the extra allowancefor 442-Anderson Young, Dukes.
in their official statementsthat
recently
ments, and when you are in town at Starke is my home. As'you can see master of the fourth class postoffice other parties. 1213-Joe Meddock, Graham.

vas the morale of the German troops the Fair next week call on those who by this, I'm in the navy and I thinkit of Saxton, Bradford county, Florida. He was brought before Judge Gar- 272-Lester Roberts, Lake Butler.

declining, there has been nothingto have extended you this invitation. is a great life. I like it fine, Wasat Applicants may procure the necessary diner and was fined $50 and costs. 1174-Seymore McClover, New River. .
that the iron discipline of
suggest Norfolk, Va., training station for blanks from the postmaster at Sax- 964-Andrew Green, Raiford.
the German military system has lost two months and I had ton. They urged to and 1161-Jesse Matthews, New River.
as military ex- are procure
its hold over the fighting millions in DEATH OF MRS. SARAH BELL. FINE COTTON YIELD.
perience before in Co. E, I was shipped fill out the blanks and send them to 1254-Isaac Robinson, Lawtey.

the slightest degree. aboard after: the two months' train- the commission as soon as possible, in 396-Ralph Hedgman, Pukes.
The declining morale on the western Mrs. Sarah Bell departed this life order thai they may be on hand the Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brannen, of Ii5-Gilbert Stewart, Lawtey.

front, it was said, has shown itself in in Gainesville, Ga., on Tuesday, Oct. ing.We had Admiral's inspection last day mentioned above. Further infor- Hampton, were in town Saturday. In 3U-Mason Elixson, Lake Butler.

the feeble character of recent coun- 2, 1917, after a long and useful life; week and the Admiral complimentedus I mation will be supplied by the post- conversation with a representative of 268-Willie Ray Williams, Lake But

ter attacks. she being 87 years of age. for having a very clean ship, so I'm master at Saxton. the Telegraph Mr. Brannen said that ler.FINE.

The revolt in the navy, these officers _, This good woman was born near very proud of the New Jersey. Most eight acres of cotton planted by him- .

said, was a more serious matter for Gainesville, Ga., on April 25, 1830. of the in division from self and others on the farmof
Germany. The sailors generally have boys my are ST. MARK'S CHURCH. FLAG FOR STARKE.
She united with the Methodist churchin and New York but Mr.: David Jones had yielded
Brooklyn one boyon
not been subjected to the battering of childhood, and after her marriage the ship is from Lake City, Fla., $1,000 worth of cotton. He said his

guns, day after day, month after lived for 65 years at the same home and you know it makes a fellow feel Sunday school at 10 a. m. Sosnoski cotton made a yield of one According to law the court house of

month. They insisted that if there is near Gainesville. At this place she glad to see one from that near Starke. No evening service. pound of lint to three of seed cotton. each county must have a United States

discontent among the sailors with raised a large family of children and Guess most of the boys have enlistedin Besides making a fine yield of lint flag hoisted, and the Bradford county

.their condition, it must be even greater lived happily with her husband, whose some branch of the service. Hada The body of Mr. Anderson, of I the Sosnoski has the additional ad- authorities have procured a very fine

in the army. death occurred ten years ago. A large letter from one of the Starke boys Brooksville, was brought to Starke on vantage of maturing earlier than the one, 10x15 feet in size, strong and of

number of relatives and old friends who is in the army, not long ago, Will last: Friday morning and placed in older varieties and should be 'plantednext durable colors. A straight cypress .

COUNTY DEMONSTRATOR HAS gathered to pay the last tribute of re Moitt. As it is most time for "chow," St. Mark's church, where funeral, services season on account of this feature. pole, 65 feet in length, has also been

ARRIVED.Mr. spect, the funeral sermon being or supper, will close, wishing you the were held in the afternoon at procured and will be raised on the

preached from the text., "She hath best, I am, 2:30, Rev. M. M. Fryer, officating. AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITS. I grounds in a few days. Old Glory,

C. D. Gunn, who has been assigned done what she could." Sincerely, Interment wa? made at Prevatt cem- waving from the top of this high pole-
to Thus are the above facts briefly CLIFFORD M. CHANCEY, etery. The Masons attended in a body. will be a splendid ornament for our
agriculturalagent
us as county
J. F. Canova has
left at the Bankof
stated but book would be suffi-
not
a First Division U. S. S. New town.
afternoon ,
arrived in Starke Tuesday Starke of
sample natal
a
cient to record all the good, the true grass
and is entering actively on the c'o Postmaster, New York, N. .
and the beautiful in her life; and to JerseY'1 NEBO.Mrs. grown on his place west of town this
discharge of his duties. For the pres- tell of her faithfulness as a wife, her II season. Some of the South Florida SOUTHERN COLLEGE.
ent Mr. Gunn has his office at the Bankof Columbia, S. C., counties have made a big success of
devotion and love as a motber and her I Ida Edenfield and -
Starke, having been offered the use I Oct. 1, 1917. son spent natal hay, and the sample brought in
consecration and service as a Chris- Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Miller. Southern College is the property of
of there. He will be gladto
quarters: Editor Telegraph, by Mr. Canova shows that it will
: ; the Florida Conference of the Metho-
Leon Edenfield has returned home
have those interested in the work tian.Mrs.
C. A. Mixon, of this city, is Starke, Fla. after spending few days with his thrive in this locality.A. dist church, South. It has risen froma f
call and see him or communicate with a daughter of Mrs. Bell. Dear Sir:-It gives me heartfelt 1 grandfather, J. J.a Miller. S. Strickland, of Kingsley lake, weak, struggling institution of
him by.telephone.Mr. pleasure to write another letter to my brings in the largest sweet potatoesyet to
learning a great strong College
Mr. J. C. Cassels is visiting his
Gunn transferred to
was us friends, who will read same in exhibited this season. Four of
many with high curriculum college -
daughter Mrs. E. C. Clark of Starke. as as any
,
ROLL BRADFORD COUNTY ,
from Madison where he has HONOR
county, the of valuable them came pretty near to filling a
pages your paper.I
in the state, and all this has been
The stork visited the home of Mr.
just rounded.out of successful HIGH SCHOOL. I. *
a year received your paper of the past market basket.
accomplished in sixteen short
and Mrs. Brooks few years.
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service. He is looked upon as one of week, which is being read with pleasure. Grady a days ago .
and left fine No better college can be found in the
boy.
the most efficient men in the agricul- First Grade-Annie Belle Turner, The boys are getting on fine a
Miss Dolly Testone was glad to meet METHODIST CHURCH.Oud South. Starke and Hampton are both
tural extension work. Mary Lee Wynn, Tillman Alvarez, with their training, and I do earnestly represented at Southern this year.Our
her brother, Mr. Gordon Testone, in
When asked about what particularlire
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Wesley Bryan. that one is drawing more
pray every friend Mr. White is
George
Lake young ,
of the work he would probablytake Second Grade-Mildred Dubose, Geneva closely to God than ever before, for Butler Saturday. Sunday school will close its the fortunate representative from
first Mr. Gunn said that he I Misses Adeline Cassels and Dolly I contest for new members on the sec our
up Thomas; Miriam Artagus, Virginia in His name this great earthly bat- city. He is delighted with the college
attended
Testone Sunday school at
would begin a campaign against the Weeks, Elise Jones, Pearl Stacy, tle will be won. I want to say just j ond Sunday in November. The winning and is making fine in the

boll weevil as the thing demandingfirst David Mitchell, Edwin Gardiner, Oscar here that there are as many and justas Oak Grove Sunday I side will then be entertained, or commercial department.progress Mr. Alva
attention at this time. He says Cotton picking is about over in this treated, by the losing side. A banquet -
Griffis, Carl Culbreth, James Cul- good ways for the people who are Saxon, of Hampton, a bright boy
the farmers of Madison county failed breth, Morris Dubose, Carlyle Ritch. at home to do their bit as there is fora section. I I party. picnic. or some other kind of the eleventh grade very is now in the
to make fight the weevil last fall -- of enjoyable occasion will be given ,
,
a on
1 Third Grade-Newn Alvarez, Gus- soldier. A civilian can be a soldier academic department. He is highly
a great many* of them not placing sie Mae Bennett, Cora Dyal, ., Isla Pop- himself if he does not wear a U. S. EXAMINATIONS NEXT WEEK. the whole Sunday school, aryl the los- pleased with the institution and making -
much credit in what they heard or uniform: ing side will "put up" the expenses.
l read about the little insect. This I pell.Fourth This will be a happy occasion, and we splendid progress in all his ,stu.i
year Grade-Ina Thrower in at
Pearl They can be saving many ways The Local Selection Board has set i dies.
they have made not more than ne-I I I Frances Colley, Orlie Campbell, Fan- home so as to help keep up the Na- their next examinations for October want every member to be present ev- .

third of a crop of cotton. The weevil nie Darby, Rosa Leviton, Ruth Pop- tional needs of the Army and Navy.Everyone 17, 18 and 19th. The Telegraph last ery Sunday so that due preparationmay It
has them out of the I be made. Let no one on our roll TO
practically put pell, Lassiter Andrews, Hugh Brownlee can try with every nerve week published the names of the 150 AUTO OWNERS.
cotton business. lie thinks if Bradford McKenzie Culbreth. Leo Jenkins, and all of their will power to make i young men who are called for this ex- : be absent next Sunday.

county farmers do not clear up their Charlie Marks, Laurie Tomlinson. food that will have to be used by the amination. Preaching by the pastor both morn- Under the act of 1917, chapter 7275,

cotton fields before winter sets in that Fifth Grade-Abigail Carroll, Alma boys, and feed to be used by the stock. i" ing and evening of next Sunday. Ev- Laws of Florida, a severe penalty will
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they might as well not plant cotton Sapp Millard Cooper, Fred :Mott, Le- Last, but not least, everyone should ery member and friend of the church i be incurred by any person using an
CHURCH. i i is
BAPTIST
text spring. Roy Stewart, Vandi Williams. look and pray to God to care for the earnestly requested to be presentat automobile on the 1st day of January,
both of these services. Less than
Sixth Grade-Isabel Fernandez, boys and to give them victory. 1918, or thereafter, without having '
GAME LAW VIOLATIONS. I Nellie Mott, Elizabeth Brownlee, Lou- I will make my letter short this I Interesting services both morningand 1 two months closes our year's work, complied with the law. The law requires ;1

,,. ise Andrews. time, as I have more writing to do. evening last Sunday. .. and it is vitally necessary for us to that all such vehicles must be

Sheriff Epperson asks the Telegraph Ninth Grade-Alice Thornton. Would like to hear from anyone at The Association meets in the First :: hustle God's work as never before. feet provided with a metal tag or plate in i
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. to caution persons against violations Eleventh Grade-Kathleen Alvarez, home; it makes no difference whetherwe Baptist church Oct. 17th. Places must us make these closing Sabbaths the I front and rear, giving number and locality j jt

of the game laws. The open season for Emma Powell. are personally acquainted with be secured to care for the messengersand year the crowning services of the year of same. I have in my office application l'l'I j

squirrels was changed by the last leg- Twelfth Grade-Shep Thomas. each other or not. I think it would be I the committee for securing en- if The Lord will meet us and bless us blanks for such plates, and _

islature and it is unlawful to shoot For a name to appear on the honor a good time to make acquaintances.Let tertainment has been appointed. we do our part.T. all car owners who have not already

them before November 20th. The open roll the pupil must make during the me have a card from you. There will be the usual services on L. Z. BARR, complied with the law are requested

season for quail begins at the same month at least 95 per cent in atten- Yours in service, next Sunday morning and evening to Pastor. to provide themselves with such plates

time. The sheriff asks that persons dance; 95 per cent in punctuality; ,9C ROAN J. TURNER, which the public is cordially invited.W. I S. forthwith. I

> report to him violations of the law per cent in deportment and 90 per Co. M., 324th Infantry, Camp Jack- G. LAW, Tell it to the Telegraph and you tell W. J. EPPERSON,

',' that may come to their notice. cent in scholarship. son, Columbia, S. C. I Pastor. everybody. Advertise I Sheriff.

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a : PAGE TEN TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, l17.

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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .1(i fraternal organization, it will sustain U. S. DESTROYER VICTORIOUSIN I r# -
+ + exactly the same relation to the campsas FIGHT WITH SUBMARINE SEED MERCHANT COFFINS CASKETSAnd
t' + CAMP RECREATION. + is sustained by the Young Men's -
Association and will hold a full line of
It + + Christian no Americans Dropped Depth Bombs and
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + meetings to which all the troops in the Fired Guns at Submersible. HAS GAINED Undertakers' Supplies II
;' Regarding the work of clubs, society camp are not invited, regardless of Automobile Hearse.
ties, fraternal organizations, et<., in religious or other preference. The .
WASHINGTON Oct. 8-A department Always on hand. The best ser-
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navy
f relation to military training camps, Young Men's Hebrew Association in CHEEK-NEAU
bulletin reports an engage- POUNDS vice at the lowest prices. Special
l r. Secretary Baker has issued the follow- its recreational work has identified itself -
: ;fl t ine statement: with the Young Men's Christian ment between an American destroyerand attention to telegraph orders.
Association, and it seems to me that a German submarine which resulted +
of
: I have received a large number this task of ministering to the social in the destruction of the submersi- Registered Embalmer COFFEES
t communications from various societies A. F. Almand Says He Could
all needs of the soldiers within the camps ble.The
r and fraternal organizations in has been met fully, and in a way which destroyer sighted the periscopeof i I 1\\ DeWITT C. JONES
I parts of the country, protesting will not needlessly complicate the ma- the U-boat in a calm sea early on a I Talk All Dav Long About Best
; alleged discrimination by Starke Fla. By Every Tesr
I against an chinery of organization. clear morning and crosse dthe wake of L ,
the War Department in allowing the camp Tanlac-Feels As Well As
the submarine dropping bombs set to
Association It seems to me, moreover, that the
Young Men's Christian communities nearby the camps, where explode at various depths, to no avail.It He Ever Felt in His Life.
and the Knights of Columbus to erect
the soldiers will undoubtedly spend then circled, firing its guns and also -
r recreation buildings inside the lines of ..
much of such leisure time as is allow- dropping bombs. :;;
i the cantonments and National Guard ed them, present a genuine opportunity Explosion of the depth bombs finally Nearly two thousand people in At- I
Training Camps, while forbidding other to these various societies and or- resulted in a widespread boiling of the lanta alone purchased Tanlac in one I I I

A 1 societies the same privilege. These ganizations, which have sought admis- surface of the sea, the appearance of week recently. These people repre-I Old Tires Made
I' letters and protests have become so sion to the camps. Experience has large bubbles and the spreading of a sented nearly every walk of life, including NewThe
to make
that I have decided
I numerous shown that the instinctive desire of a heavy film of oil over the water. There a great many prominent busi-
a public statement to clear away the soldier with an hour of free time is to was no further trace of the submarine.The ness men, and almost without excep-
r misunderstanding which aparently ex- "go to town," if the town is only a engagement, it is reported, last- tion, every one of the number had price of rubber tires is ever on the '
ists. ed twenty-two minutes. something good to about Tanlac. ,
cross-roads. For this reason, there- say rise. i
.. i I Ever since the plans for the cantonments fore, the Commission on Training I Among them was Mr. A. F. Almand,
1 1'1 I and training camps were first Camp Activities, with my approvaland THE CHRISTIAN I the well known wholesale and retail It will pay you to have your old tires i

:} i made, the War Department has been under my direction, has given a CONVENTION.The i seed and grain merchant, whose place renewed. i
I flooded with requests from all sorts oft great deal of time and thought to the f I iof I business is located at 271-273 Peters I .,.
organizations to erect special buildings If not too much worn we can make themat
s I I task of orjranizintt these t. WR2 and cities Christian churches of Bradford street. Mr. Almand is not only
inside the military!! reservations. of the businesh of Atlanta. r
recreational one big men good as new. .
along and social lines. county met in convention at Graham
I Various religious denominations, a but is a man of high. characterand I I'
Local committees have been appointedin Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 29th and
I If worn beyond repair we buy them from
large number of lodges and fraternities each strict integrity, and as one of his 1 .
such community, and the attempt 30th. Although the weather was bad I
and many athletic and has been made to harness up the all day Saturday, still a fair gatheringof friends expressed"it, "his word is as you.
i; al clubs have petitioned us,recreation-\I lodge, churches, clubs and other local people were assembled and at night good as his bond. \
: ing to minister exclusively I groups and organizations, with the the church was full, with nearly 200 Like a great many other men of affairs -
: membership inside the camps. To say men in the camp. This; it seems to me, present. All speakers on the prog- who stick close to business, Mr. Starke Works !
1 nothing of the confusion which the ad- is for Almand, to use his own statement, Vulcanizing
an opportunity service which ram were present at this session, except -;
I mission of these various societies and was all run down and felt the need of
cannot wisely be overlooked. Each two and there were six fine talkson
orders would involve it would, of build him In interesting I
to
something up. an I
I lodge, church and fraternity can look the text, "I am of Christ"Sunday R. BURROWS Prop.In I
course, be physically impossible from interview the other day, he ,
out for the needs of its own soldier morning dawned cloudy and
the standpoint of available space to allow said: I' Rear of Bottling Works.
membership, and where local groupsare promised a rainy day but the peoplecame
I l' all of them to erect buildings with- unable to ade- "For more than a year I have suffered -
financially provide and before noon 300 people were
in the camps. It seemed, therefore, a I a great deal from stomach trou-
'
quately for this task, the larger or- present and a dinner was served on Florida.
I fair and reasonable solution of.the ble and was hardly ever free from Starke
ganization of the church or fraternity, the ground, and-such a dinner-suf-! .
problem to admit the two organiza- indigestion. After eating I would always ,
f
as the case may be, can come to the ficient to have fed as many more and ,i I
tions which had already been identified belch .
sour undigested foods."I
t, rescue with ample means. the very best that the earth furnished.It up :
l with recreational work within military Indeed there is also suffered from heartburn a
i so large a task be- would have sure discouraged Mr. }
'f camps, to-wit: The Young Men'sChristian : fore us in surrounding our troops witha Hoover, and it was well appreciated.The great deal, and was extremely nervousI .
Association and the Knightsof felt like I needed buildme -
something to -
environment and the
healthy emer- convention closed with the ser-
Columbus. Both organizationsserved gency is so great, that I trust all the mon at 7:30 by Bro. W. T. McGuire, up, but did not know just whatI
the soldiers along social lines needed. I felt tired
languid and
groups can cooparetfwypupjpujpupgroups pastor of the church at Graham. I
i on the Mexican border last summer, out most of the time. My liver was
in cordial
can co-operate a spirit The convention did much importantwork.
t without regard to any question of of loyalty and fellowship, regardless I! A temperance committee, consisting sluggish, and I suffered a great deal 3
membership. On this condition,therefore from biliousness. At times I felt
just ,
ThePrice
of any differences of race, creed or of a member from every churchwas
I that they would not limit their affiliation. I appointed, also arrangementswere like I could not give my business.the

I activities to a particular constituency, (Signed) NEWTON B. BAKER, made whereby the convention attention it needed. .
J and that their buildings would at all "Like everybody else I got to read-
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Secretary of War.ENGLAND'S hopes to help preach the gospel in the
times and for all meetings be open to weaker places in the county throughthe ing about Tanlac, and decided to giveit or
i the entire camp, they were allowed offerings of the churches. A com- a trial. Besides, I heard a great i
LOSSES WERE 104,000
r admission to the military reservations. '
it
; mittee was appointed to look after this many people say was a fine medicines !
" The .Young Men's Christian Associa- SOLDIERS DURING SEPTEMBER '- I began taking it, and by the
work at once, but the writer is not I
tion represents the Protestant denominations sure of the names on that committee.The time I had finished my second bottleI The Value :
which will constitute roughly had gained 19 pounds in actual '
of the
f work Master was
LONDON, Oct. 10.-British casualties sys-
60 cent of the
our new
I per army; weight. Honestly, I could talk to you
tematized better than it has been and I
I work of this organization in all mili- reported for September number a all day and wouldn't be able to tell I
believe will results
hundred and four thousand killed or we mean greater: I
tary both in Canada and abroadis how
camps you grateful I feel toward this i
for the church in the future.
died of wounds, and the wounded and
too well known to require comment. medicine. If
you had seen me beforeI
The convention will be held
next at
The Knights of Columbus represent' missing numbered eighty thousand. it i
began taking you would not have
in December, 1917.
Hampton
the Catholic denomination, which will :' known me to be the same man. I Which ?
constitute perhaps 35 per cent of the : Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev- "I have talked about the medicine J .
,
new army. While this society is a :i erybody. Advertise! TRESPASS SIGNS FOR SALE. so much, and look so much better since

I _____ I I began using! it,.that.a lot of my customers -I I :
call me, "Tanlac Jack." Jacks I

$ my nickname, but, anyway, I feel I In buying Dry Goods, Wearing Apparel, Etc., the

; - - - just more with,like heartburn and a am new not man.and nervous indigestion I never like I suffer was.any i I i I I main point to consider is this:

Does Price Value? I
I t also sleep well and get up in the 'I =

mornings feeling fine and ready for Value is not always represented by price. On the '

work. It is certainly a wonderful med- contrary, price is frequently out of all proportion to '
icine, and my only regret it that I
The did not hear of it sooner." I I value, being frequently influenced by style or prevailing

Telegraph'sGreat Tanlac can be obtained from C. P. I fads.
Cason in Starke, and by one established -
I agency in every town.-Adv. I This store assures you of SOLID VALUES AT j

ALL TIl\IES-even in lines where fashion governs. i .

Premium Offer THE VILLAGE RECRUIT.He's I Our ideal is always LARGER VALUES at smaller I II :;

i prices, rather than smaller values. at LARGER PRICES ,

just a lad, a bonnie lad, I Let us convince you. i
But his country calls today,
# I And we honor him his valor, We specialize on Ladies Waists, values at $1, $155,

And we love him for the way I I I $1.75, $2.25, $3.50 and $5. Don't be in a hurry to buy .
A FINE MAP OF EUROPEIn That he his boyish shoulders I
; squares your Winter Coat. JVe can show you a full line from .
And lifts high a firm, round chin,
While he faces toward the highway tiny tots' size up to full grown. How about your sheet- :

And the distant battle's din. ing for the winter? We are looking daily.for a case of

these stirring times when our country is preparing 40 inch; price will be 16c.
I He's just lad, bonnie lad,
a a
to send two million of our young men to the battlefields But soldier
a brave and true, *
I of Europe everyone is interested in the geography And we'll miss him in the home town, ,

of that continent. And on Sunday in the pew I W.
Where but yesterday he I stood and J. Morgan.
'
When we read that the Allies have captured this sang '

, or that point or that the Germans have driven the Rus- "My Country 'Tis of Thee,"

I' sians further back from the Russian frontier we instinctively Swelling to a note of triumphThe
"Sweet Land of Liberty." Starke Florida
I wish for a map to see just the location of the .

,I I. points we have been reading about. He's just a lad, a bonnie lad, I ,

I The Telegraph has made arrangements to supply But the bugle, clear and sweet, ?:

i the popular demand for a good map of Europe at a very And And the the glory drum's of insistent the colors beat I !

: t low price. We have contracted with a publishing house Thrill him to exalted manhood

, 'I for a large number of handsome three-page charts, containing And his soul is swept with fire
': From the altar that was kindled
a of Europe 28x36 inches. Besides this
map
I By his own ancestral sire.
l1 1 fine map of Europe there is a map of Florida, the latest WINTER is

r published, a map of the United States and possessions, WONDERFUL STUFF! comingWhen

, and a map of the world.
!I LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS
In addition to being of special interest at this time

the chart will a great help to school children and _
prove
l Apply Few member of the .
a Drops Then Lift every family assembles around
{ a copy of jt should be in every home where there is a the HEARTHSTONE
Corrs or Callires Off With and enjoys the comforts
child attending school. The chart is handsomely printed Fingers-No Pain. of HOME. !

and would be an ornament in any home.

. f A copy of the Chart and a year's subscription to No humbug! Any corn, whether I '

" the Telegraph dill be given for $2. The offer is open to hard, soft or between the toes, will I Now is the time to TOUCH UP the walls and :
loosen and lift
right out, without
; up a .
>
old as well as new subscribers, but the subscriber must particle of pain or soreness. I woodwork with Paint, Plastico etc. and make the interior :

pay up arrearages and one year in advance. This drug is called freezone and is a attractive.
: Orders compound of ether discovered by a I ,
, sent by mail will have prompt attention and I Ii

the Chart will be mailed to you postage prepaid. Cincinnati Ask at any man.drug store for a small i I I

; Address all remittances to bottle of freezone, which will cost buta FOR WOODWORK FOR WALLS
trifle, but is sufficient to rid one's

. feet of every corn or callus. Kyanize, all colors Plastico, all colors,

Bradford Put a few drops directly upon any White enamel colors .
County Telegraph tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly Menitone, all .

the soreness disappears and shortly Oil Stain, flat finish, flat coteLuCoFlat
the corn or callus will loosen and
it can be lifted off with the fingers. Velvotone, waxed finish in colon
Starke Florida. This drug freezone doesn't eat out
the corns or calluses but shrivels them -
't' without even irritating the surrounding -
skin. QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY

Just think! No pain at all; no sore-
; aaaaaa\aa\lAMM [ a\lAAM lA smarting when
ness or applying it STARKE
FLA
U' 'Z1 X\ X, or afterwards. If your druggist don't ,
have freezone have him order it for

you. (62)

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BRADFORD PAGE ELEVEN
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1917.

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-- I to co-operate fully with the available food supplies of thiscountryso [ SAYS ROOSEVELT WANTED A

: IE I STATEMENT government in making the campaigna that the needs of the armies can GERMAN STATE IN BRAZIL

.} News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. great success. Cards will be sent be met. I II I _

out to all counties and on the day nam- A series of lessons, prepared by the I II I Berlin Paper Claims to Publish Foreign p
ed all children'from the smallest in
KAISER'S AIMS United States Food Administration, to
the primary grades to the big boys I Office Record.
educate students to the need of con-
[Live State News and girls in the high schools and colleges servation, practical ways of economiz- -

of the state will be asked to sign
I ing and the use to which this materialis AMSTERDAM, Oct. In rR
MAYBEFORCEDCHANCELLOR connection -
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their names as workers in the big being put, will be mailed to all in- with Colonel Roosevelt's
Told by Our Exchanges. I movement. speech
terested.
With two hundred thousand children which related the details of the secret a
conferences when he President s
/ was ,
carrying the message of food conser-
with the German ambassador in
PERRY. -Perry, 'the county seat ing up stone between the rails when FINDING ISSUE vation into their homes the effect will A FLOURISHING: SCHOOL. regarding the Venezulean Washington con--

town of Taylor county, has voted $90- the 8 o'clock passenger whistled for HARD ONE TO DODGERECONVENING be very helpful in spreading the interest I troversy, the Frankfurter Zeitung
for street paving and the county the Jasmine crossing. The engineersaw among the older persons. Of
000 publishes what is claimed to be the
: Prof. R. A. Green
the latter fully two hundre dthousand I supervising prin-
for good roads. the baby on the tracks and applied
$600,000 German foreign office record. This
is
OF REICHSTAG I cipal of Suwannee High School Live
are expected to sign pledges, that being ,
the whistle In
the brakes. He blew an I
I said to state that Colonel Roosevelt
W. Clark died attempt to frighten him out of the WILL RESULT IN: A :NEW ISSUE the figures fixed by Administrator Oak, was in Starke Saturday. Mr. I told the German ambassador that heI
OKEECHOBEE. Green he is well satisfied
Braxton Beacham for the household says very
at his home in this place Saturday danger zone, but the child tripped and I IN: GERMANY. campaign. with his position and with the school. I thought the best guarantee for the
of rattlesnake bite fell before he had stepped across the I i amelioration of South American
result
night, the a The school has 465 pupils enrolled and conditions -
the be- rail. The little body was hurled quite Educational matter, consisting of would be. to establish Ger-
, received in Desoto county day I the attendance is good. The faculty a
fore. He died in mortal agony. a distance from the track. An older External pressure to force the Ger- pamphlets and lessons in food economy I man state in southern BrazilI
sister saw the approaching train and man government to set forth its war are now being made ready for distri- including the principal, consists of six- I
, ran to catch the baby but too late. The aims clearly having failed on the sur- bution to all sections of the state, and teen teachers. The boys have a bas- 1 Teddy emphatically denies making

. RIVER JUNCTION.-Frank Rad- father picked the child up and carriedit face, internal conditions within the there will be sufficient time for teachers ket ball team, the girls an athletic i any such statement. i

, cliffe, an agent for the railroads at to the house where medical atten- empire threaten to compel the issu- of schools to fix firmly in their club, there are also an orchestra anda I

. River Junction, was killed Saturday tion was summoned. ance of a full statement of Germany'saims. minds the great importance of their chorus. Mr. Green says that Live I The Telegraph-the county paper- a

night by the yardmaster at that place.He What the German leaders war.t work, and the aid they can give to Oak still enjoys the boom that start- I j, contains all live State and National

was shot four times. Radcliffe hada if they are successful, will be discussed the government in economizing the ed there few
a years ago and that all news, as well as doings of the farm
JACKSO"iLLE.I.. I
and was popular Morgenstein,
family
large very in the Reichstag this week. branches of business are flourishing. I! and home folks.
throughout West Florida. The cause a grocer at 760 West Union street, was
The imperial chancellor, Dr. Mich- .t
is known. assaulted and robbed of $5,500 early I I
not
of the killing aelis, is finding the way is difficult, as -
Sunday morning at his place of busi- I i I it was for his predecessor, Von Beth- .

. ST. 'AUGUSTINE.-The Florida ness. The burglary was reported to mann-IIollweg, and he must now face .
the and at work look- I I
East Coast Ranch Company is clear- police they are the crisis of the government in the I II .
for clues. :Mr.
acres for farming purposesand ing Morgenstein was Reichstag. Whether, as has been I
2,000
ing
will plant 200 acres this coming considerably injured when the burglar charged the bureaucracy and the army ;
assaulted him and he lost much blood. -
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winter to Irish potatoes. The entire The thief is believed to have hidden have been furthering the pan-German a
tract of 5,000 acres will be fenced and scheme of annexation and indemni-
himself in the store and made ,
3,000 acres will. be used for pastures.The a quick ties is expected to be brought out in
to the cash and the safe. I
will build a number of trip register the Reichstag debate.Dr. .
company
silos, growing the feed with which to lIe was about to leave the store when Michaelis on Saturday sent Minister .Jl yt :

fill them. Mr. Kirkland will plant 160 Mr. Morgenstein happened to remem- of the Interior Helffreich before Every American I
ber
that he had upstairs without
acres of Irish potatoes for spring har- gone the Reichstag to make a statement on
locking his safe. He had withdrawnthe
vesting. He will clear more land for his behalf. Helfferich failed to mol-
from the bank for +
future planting and in addition to cat- I money some lify the critical members of the Reich- I.I

tle will engage in raising on a large I reasons of a private nature. The burg- sstag and it was adjourned, after the 1N Should StandBy i I..i
lar rushed at Morgenstein as soon as .
scale. vice chancellor's speech had been in- -- -- I
the store door was open. There was I
terrupted. General Von Stein, the
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chance for him to himselfas
no protect war minister, was jeered when he attempted f
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hundred and
TALLAHASSEE.-Six the intruder wielded stick with The
a
fifty state convicts were leased on October all his might. The injuries, while to explain the army's side of I '
very His Colors I I'
the accusation that the high commandwas :
10th when bids for their, hire painful, are not considered dangerous. Pirate-
were opened by the board of commis- using very strong methods to help Ii
the pan-German agitation.Old ,
sioners of state institutions in regular "-Sh! What would happento ,
session at this city. As the state prison Chancellor Won. me if I were your kid? ,,
farm is developed and enlarged, CLERMONT.-Wednesday morningthe Former Chancellor Von Bethmann- Well,if you're not acquaintedwith

with each year less and less convicts body of Frank Roeller, an old man Hollweg, some months before his resignation Calumet Bakings you

being leased, as it is the purpose of who lived several miles north of i had a test of strength with don't know what a good excuse -

the state to finally do away! entirely Groveland, near here, was found lyingon Admiral Von Tirpitz, the reputed or- I have / Can't Help

with the lease system. Able-bodied the edge of a lake near Brown's ganizer of ruthless submarine warfare, Helping Myself-they're so Everyone should do his bit.
good! Good for me too, because
prisoners not needed at the Raiford ford, having been murdered. He had and the'chancellor won. The chancellor Calumet

farm, in excess of those leased to tur- been to Groveland on Tuesday after- since has been busy, and the new wholesome and easily Bakings digested.are The Farmer who stands behind a Cole
fatherland of which he is
pentine and lumbering interests, are to noon where he purchased some gro- party, one Millions of mothers use
be used on the public highways of ceries and started home in the latter of the sponsors, according to recent Planter can plant two seeds, where the other

Florida the state road departmentthis part of the afternocn. Not arriving reports, has been very active in opposing CALUMETBAKING fellow plants one.

year taking charge of three hun- home at night the children were sent the Reichstag majority declaration -
out look for him in doing for peace without annexationsor POWDER :
dred of them. to and so By this means you afford protection to
found his body. He had been stabbed indemnities.It because of its purity-because I I
through the left breast and shot witha has now come to a test betweenthe it always gives best results and is I the man behind the gun as well as taking care j

TALLAHASSEE.-Fraternities at of buckshot under the followers of Von Tirpitz and the economical in cost and use.". i of Home. ,
charge just Calamet contain only ncAingnditnti I II
at
of Floridafor
the University men,
pan-Germans on one side, and the ma- hae been
left He old Ger- at opproffJ I /
ear. was an man, a
Gainesville, and sororities at the Flor- A U. 5.
officially ( I
jority of the the other.
Tal- man, and while he has not lived here Reichstag on food Aathorititt : SAFETY FIRST!
ida State for Women at
College I
Recent have shown that the
the any great length of time, yet it seems reports you save when you buy !t. II I aI
lahassee, are probably enjoying feeling between the pan-Germans and gave when row u s* M.IUG1l II
that he always attended to his own affairs Jfoa I ;
been
last year of their lives. It has the Reichstag majority has been be-
and had no known enemies. He Ttaatn-
ascertained that the Greek letter societies I
; had something like $4 and the groceries coming more intense, some Socialist I II I
four at Gainesville, four at I
members of the
Reichstag
i having goneas I
when he left Groveland to walk
Tallahassee, and others in the making, <
home which when the far as to charge that the agitationof I
were body
gone
can be abolished by an order from the the pan-Germans is dividing the
board of control, an act of the legis- was found. An empty cartridge from I. German people into two camps on the

lature not being necessary as" in many a where 12-gauge shotgun was found'near. question of the aims of the war. J.W.White&Sori
the I
other states. And if W. Bryan Mack, body lay. .

secretary of the board of control, expresses -
STATE FOOD
the sentiments of the membersof PENSACOLA.-Estimates of dam- ADMINISTRATION.

that body, short-lived indeed will be r Starke Florida.
age to timber in West Florida, made
these "undemocratic societies in the recently by local naval stores opera- ORLANDO, October 10.:-Hon. ,

college life," as Mr. Mack calls them. tors indicate that damage from storm Braxton Beacham, of Orlando, food

will be heavy.through loss of turpen- administrator of Florida, has appointed 0

MIAMI.-With the discovery of Jim tine and rosin, besides the loss of J. Harvey Whitney, of Jacksonville, .

Hall and James Francis, two negroes, much timber which cannot be saved. to be his secretary and assistant in -

supposedly fishermen, coming home, The immediate effect on the naval the Food Conservation work now under -

with a tub of fish which proved to bea stores market, it is stated, will be a way in this state. Mr. Whitney, hEt
11> cP
tub of whiskey covered thinly with decrease in receipts. According to reports who is a newspaper man of many .

the finny creatures, the police are of : which are gradually coming in years experience in this and other I

the opinion that they have uncovered I from all storm .swept areas, about 75 states, has already commenced his ass.

another of the wholesale liquor sources per cent of the pine trees in storm work,being with Mr. LeRoy Hodges, I

for the colored town bootleggers. Ru- swept area of Okaloosa, Walton, San- the special representative of the Unit- .'. .- --
mors had come to the policemen thata ta Rosa and Escambia counties were ed States Food Administration whois -

certain schooner plying between Miami levelled by the high wind. Loss was organizing the Florida campaignfrom

and Key West had been smug- greater, it is asserted, besauce the the Jacksonville office.

gling in liquor, and when it arrived in trees were weakened by boxing for In appointing Mr. Whitney, Mr. SAVING .
port they" proceeded to investigate.The turpentine, and offered little resistanceto Beacham declared that the work in W ASTINfi or which?

men came off the boat with two the storm. The damage is Hot located hand was not merely for the week of -

quarts of liquor and a gallon of wine in any one area, but intermit- October 21st, during which the pledge

packed in ice anti covered over with' tent points, according to reports,-and cards are to be signed, but that it will

fish. is evidently the result of cyclones. extend.indefinitely. and will be neces-.
Much timber can be saved, and some sary whether the war ends or contin- Our entrance into the war has brought us to the point where it becomesa

MIAMI.-An explosion in a gaso- of the owners are already arranging to ues. The chief duties of Mr. Whitneywill national duty for every citizen to save and eliminate every form of waste.
float the trees down to mills, and have be to keep the organizations at
line pacity tank on the of Gulf about Refining 3,000 gallons company'stank ca- them cut into timber. Where mills are work, and in this he will act in an Not only the fate of the civilized portion of the old world, but our own as

boat caused the distant and transportation difficult, it advisory capacity to Mr. Beacham, the in which <
"Gulfsprite, well is almost wholly dependent upon manner we produce and
boat is stated that several owners will and will be in close touch with every
be scorched
Gasoline to was badly being pumped from Tuesday.the erect small mills near the fallen tim- development of the campaign from save. You can husband your financial resources by saving the pennies and .

tank the at the time. The dock boat the"was'south lyingat where ber, and it will square last the for wood several for years.storage : start The to Jacksonville finish. office will continuein depositing them in this bank. It will prevent your wasting them on useless .

side of the company's river and gasoline on was be- operation until after the food con- and trivial things when later they will be in demand for the necessities..

CALOMEL DYNAMITESA servation campaign is over, when it
ing pumped from its tanks into the
is the intention of Mr. Beacham to
land tanks.of the Miami station. The SLUGGISH LIVER move headquarters to Orlando.: From Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank
reason for the explosion is entirely
..
unknown, for precaution was here which is central and easily in close of business Sept llth 1917.
every Crashes Into Sour Bile, making reach of every section of the state, Mr. tii:
taken boat.
being while working on the
The You Sick and You Losea Beacham will continue the activity
only person on her at the time of *
which means so much to the successof LIABILITIES
the accident was a negro who was oil- Day's Work. RESOURCES
the United States army, and the
ing the bearings of the pumping ma-
chinery on the forward deck. Calomel salivates! It's mercury. I Allied armies across the sea. Since Loans and Discounts $197,296.91 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00

Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug- the campaign in food conservation is State County and Municipal Bonds 2,000.00 Surplus fund 10000.00
purely educational, there will be a
When calomel into
JACKSONVILLE-To assist in gish contact liver.with sour bile it crashes comes intoit continual stream of information going I Claims and Resources 9,416.98 Undivided profits, less expenses paid 2,102.59

supplying the heavy demand of the causing cramping and nausea. out to the people of Florida at all Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 20,000.00 Cashier's checks outstanding 669.50
United States for lumberat
government times that learn to the
this point, the Cummer Lumber I If you feel bilious, headachy, constipated most nutritious they foods may, while economizing use All other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 Deposits 267,568.90

Company, of this city, is establishes : and all knocked out, just go on wheat, meat and sugar that the Over-drafts secured and unsecured 832,52
fo druggist and get a 50 cent
a sawmill on the Okeechobee line of your shortage in the world's supply of those
hand and in Banks 69,933.08
the bottle! of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis Cash on
Florida East Coast railroad between
articles can be made up, thus allowingthe
Crrighton and Maytown, and is a harmless vegetable substitute for Allied armies their necessary TOTAL $305,340.99This
dangerous calomel. Take a spoonfuland TOTAL $305,340.99
rufhin the work of getting in shapeto amounts.In .
if it .doesn't start liver and
begin The your
operations. company short it will not be a compaign
owns a tract of land of about 10,000 straighten you up better and quicker of privation, but one of utilization, bank invites you, as a loyal citizen, to begin saving now. If you
acres in the Lowe section and the than nasty calomel and without mak-
saw- since there are so many things which dollar will account for and
not depositor a an you, you can deposit -
mill is being established to cut timber ing you sick, you just go back and get Floridians can substitute for t"e ever are a open

from this land. The machinery has your money. decreasing stores of wheat meat and at any time in any sum. We pay 4 per cent compounded quarterly.
already been ordered and everythingwill I If you take calomel today you'll be sugar. It will- also- be a campaign- in

be ready for the placing of the Fick and nauseated tomorrow; besidesit which everyone can enlist, and the

machinery as soon as' it arrives. The may salivate you, while if you take fight they make will be second onlyin

plant will haa capacity of 30,000 Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up importance to that of the men under Bradford County Bank

feet of lumber a day and the sawed feeling great, full of ambition and arms.

lumber will be shipped as fast as turn ready for work or play. It's harmless, Hwo hundred thousand school chil- : .

ed out by the mill. pleasant and safe to give to children; dren of Florida are to be enlisted in

they like it. (13-1%) the national food conservation cam- Bradford County's Financial Stronghold. ,

WEST PALM BEACH.-Little Ar- paign and October 19th has been set
tat Does Mi i+ fTKt to Bad
Ite QuUN
thur Sweeting, fifteen months old son I as a special day throughout the state Starke Florida.
Because ol its tonic and laxative effect.LAXATIVE -1
of Mr. for the pupils to pledge their ,
and Mrs. Ben Sweeting, died B&OMO QUININK is better thin ordinary sup
here from injuries received when he Quinine and doe not cause nervousness nor port to their country.Superintendent W.T Weeks Vi eoP ... J. H. RITCH, Cashier
I ringing in head. Remember the full name and ,W. N. Sheats has'given N. T. RTTCH, P". < ;
was struck by a northbound passenger look lor the signature oi E. W. GROVE. 30c.
train on Friday morning. The baby official endorsement to the plans t

had strayed from home and was pick- TRESPASS SIGNS FOR SALE. and wil linstruct every county superintendent- tJI





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capital that accounts for the fact that AUCTION SALE. ARITHMETIC AT NIGHT. Notice to
l Bradford PLASSIFIEDn I Debtors and ,
County Telegraph I
hundreds of thousands of dollars have To the highest bidder for cash 132 From fractions to.cube root, in three I All persons indebted to theyof
been sent North out of Bradford coun- ADVERTISINGFOR acres of land, known as the G. C. Drig- months. $5 per month. Young business Carter Newsom, late of {<

J Published Weekly, and entered. see- ty for automobiles. There is no rem- gers farm, about 8 miles west of Lake i men and women in lessons of one county, Florida, deceased, |*
edy, for this conditon save what the Butler. Thg best little farm in the : hour, can secure the best knowledgeof ed to pay their said debts forth
dan the ice at
end at pcIIt-o
1 matter farmer the maker the SALE-Ford in condi- .
; wagon garage car good '
Also mule and all
county. one 7 years old, business arithmetic in the world. persons having claims ;
I Starke Florida. and the banker work out by tion. C. A. Marks Starke. It. ago ;
i man may weight about 850 pounds. Guaran- $500 worth for $15. Hours from 6:30 the said estate are requested to 1I
I t '|organization and co-operation. teed not to run, ravel nor run down in to 7:30 p. m. sent them, duly authenticated, !
E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner The wagon factory may grow into FOR SALE-Stovewood-75 cents per the heels. Will be sold at said farm one year from this date *
Try lesson ,
an automobile factory and the depositsat load delivered or 50 cents at mill. one and if you are not or they 'I
F;Cr'' H. E. LAGERGREN, Associate Editor Friday, October 19th, at 3:30 p. m. enthused, that lesson will be free. Par- be forever barred. '
I the banks may grow so great by Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. C. J. JOIiNSON. October 12, 1917. x
ents are invited to ;
reason of successful manufacture that attend these les- i\

t; THE VALUE OF COUNTY FAIRS. capital for insurance companies may LOST-One small red mule. When VACCINATING SYRINGES.A sons with their children if convenient. Administrator N. D.of WAINWRIGHT the i
be found. But the thinking farmer, found notify John Carroll at Dukes, GEO. C. LOONEY. Estate of {(k,.
great many Bradford county ter Newsom, deceased.
the good wagon maker and the wise Fla., and get reward. It lo.lUt.
.J The fair bad its beginning in the farmers are learning to do their own I-
banker be that until the fac-
I meeting by agreement of peoples of I can sure FOR SALE One mule and hog vaccinating. The Bank of Starke ." --if-
tory backs up the cotton field there wagon .
from each other has an arrangement with manufac- -
remote a
settlements
: will never be permanent wealth in his harness, cheap. Sam Rosenberg,
for the exchange of products. One I turer whereby we can buy serum and
Starke.
be the price of cot- 8-31-tf.
particular country,
certain metals, virus syringes at wholesale and
: country produced I we
ton pork on the hoof 1KeHilrieCo
ever so great or
leather and amber; those who came to ever so high. Insurance ,automobiles FOR RENT-6 reom cottage next will be glad to let our friends have

buy those things brought finished and South Bend wagons will take the door to C. P. Cason, on Call street.J. them at just what they are biled to
\- manufactured products with which to cream in the end. W. Andrews & Son. 9-7-tf. us, $5.50 for the two syringes. This I
make payment, for the idea and practice makes a saving of about $3.
well the j
; The writer remembers experience -
i of the fair is even older than coined of certain small WANTED blacksmith, horse shoer BANK OF STARKE,
Men exchanged ideas as a negro The Bank of Helpful Service.
money. and wheelwright. Must understand
t farmer following the hard year of We Sell
t well as merchandise and the meeting 1914. The merchants were selling noth- plow work. Wages $3.00 per day.A. -- .
) places-the fair ground of commerce ing to eat on credit and he had no L Crews, Raiford, Fla. 10-12-tf HOT ROLLS FOR BREAKFAST.I .
-became the universities where the d
JI. money, consequently he had no debtsto wish to announce that I have put
j
stateman learned how small communities FOR SALE, CrfEAP-Good young
1 pay nor was there any accumulated on a bicycle delivery service and i
I *.t' might be made great cities and interest to absorb his cotton crop and horse, buggy and wagon and har- hereafter deliver bread and willI
;I 4s
how loosely bound provinces and tribes .
t leave him still in debt. He accountedfor ness; also some farming implements.Solon any part of town. Can furnish hot. / ,
: L' t I might be harmonized and solidified into the fact that he had not died of Carroll, one mile east of rolls for your breakfast. Phone your I! ,/ .
I i a great and strong nation by wisely Starke on Kingsley road. 1012tf. \
\ starvation while making his 1915 crop orders to No. 45. I
regulated, protected and artificially
t by relating how he hunted rabbits and 2t J. 0. TURNER.W. i Ii
stimulated commercial intercourse. iI
FOR SALE OR RENT-My 20-acre
with his
I other varmints at night yellow I
I Our twentieth century civilization, and dog and salted down the surplusgame farm 2% miles east of Starke, 14 F. BARTLETT.
all other civilizations leading up to it acres in cultivation, good house and t
the time when rabbits
and contributing to it, is the slow against Oakfield, Ga., May 1917. I
barn, good location for stock 1q?
would be scarce; how he worked at odd range Old Kentucky Mfg. Co., !
of thousands of
growth many years in center of strawberry section. For
jobs fora little corn meal and workedhis
I
Paducah
of commercial intercourse betweenmen Ky.
crop under the driving force of particulars address C. A. Johnson, Gentlemen r j
; and this commercial intercoursewas Station No. 3, Gary, Fla. 10-5-tf. :
suspended credit at the store. When I
made possible by the truce be- Please allow me to state that I have
he marketed his cotton all that he FOR SALE-The place belonging to
got
tween nations for the exchange of for it was profit, save the taxes. lie the estate.of C. B. Grifiis. Contains sold your hog cholera remedy for one : McCORMICKi I'I'I
season and have ordered
The exchange of ideas, in- more for this
products. was richer darkey than he ever had 80 acres, 40 under good wire fence. I I Ij
ventions, religions, philosophies, scien- a season. Last year I sold it to 12 or
been in his life but whether Two dwellings, 2 smokehouses, one
returning
and 15 men who raise hogs. I told each of Mowing Machines
tific discoveries, literature, arts :
miles from Starke j
barn. Located 1%
credit at the store found him wiser is them to take the I .
,, the modifications in government was remedy, feed it to ,
one-half mile from church mile
to unknown. The betting is one
deponent their
incident to commercial intercourse, hogs and if they lost a single
several to one that he owes the credit I from: school. For further informa- CultivatorsDisk I
hog from disease of kind Riding
refinement not
to
but for the enlightenment and any
merchant much at this writing. tf>n write A. J. Griffis, Brooker, or
money ,
the i I pay me a cent for the but
remedy,
of humanity they played major 'I
I The capacity of the white man for see K. L. Griffis, Starke. Inquire for when II
I they
began to sell cotton
I part. I directions at Bank of Starke 10-12tf every
organization his capacity for I Harrows
+ The most powerful appeal that can gauges man came in and paid me for the medicine II'I i
I and civilization. But ,
I
be made to the attention of humanity progress progresshas LOST Four head of cattle marked and everyone of them told me I I
been slow the white :
even
. in the mass is through material inter- among split and under-bit in one ear and that it was the best hog medicine they I '
Our Bradford people |
est. Civilization and progress, then, races. county two underbits in the other, branded ever had used. One man paid me for The Famous Plow 'I
must still be incidental to commercial belong to the most advanced of all the j the small package and bought $5 Brinby in all I
,
t white it would | A. C. two large pied cows one
and ;
intercourse, and the Fair of 1917 is as many great races i I worth more and said it was the best I.I I.Ii I.
head
and
truly the source of advancement and be unwise to suppose that the experience I' yellow speckled yellow ; that he had ever tried. Sizes---Wood and Steel BeamsI.
'I of the years since 1914 had | one stub horn cow, and one speckled -
progress as was the first gatheringsfor learned them nothing. But the inter- j I steer yearling. Reward of $2.50 ours very truly, i I

I I history.barter. and'exchange of recorded ested self by observer attending may the se Fair better next for weekat him- I each whereabouts.will be paid for A. informationof S. Crosby, Sold by D. C.W Jones., F.,BARTLETT.Starke, 1054t. I(Ii Keen Kutter Knives and Shears, Table I

w, Our county fair at Lake Butler next It.
: Starke.
Lake Butler. I Cutlery Etc.
I week is being held that our peoplemay ,

study their material interests, TJ.KENDRICKSTARKE I
- F for men have learned to make the fairsof I ''

: past centuries the trade of every I II I FLORIDA.VACCINATING I
day life and the Fair has been perpet- i
Starke Co.
uated in modern times as only a meet- Louis H. HillLAWTEY I EXPERT. Hardware
ing for an exchange of ideas. Still i

the appeal is to material wellbeing.And \ -

the chief interest with the average Bradford County, FLORIDA. Haveour hogs vaccinated I .
man who visits Lake Butler next and
week will be what he can learn from REAL ESTATE AGENT. them from Cholera.save I Starke Florida.TjrcGameofliving I.

others that will add productiveness to Refer to anyone who I ;
his acres, give his hogs immunity from NOTARY PUBLIC has had me treat i ,
. disease and eliminate the ticks from for them.
his cattle. But the idea of cooperation NON-RESIDENTS.
t AGENT FOR
; will grow as an incident to the
I I meeting of many people of many mu- I. f

tual interests, and organization will I
follow.

I. i TheBradford county farmer of Best Farming Lands $20 Per Acre, Cash or Terms.
I i greater intelligence will observe that
a good part of his very profitable cot-
'I. ton crop will have to be spent sooner
: or later for a new wagon and his mind
.... will travel some thousands of milesat 50 Acre Tract and Dwelling House, Land all Fenced, 20

a bound to South Bend, Indiana, Acres Cleared, $4,000.
where his old wagon came from. But
I
i w perhaps he may see at the fair a wagon -
'I .f. : 'I I made: in Lake Butler and one of 'i
J his neighbors tell him that it is
: may
:v : I a better wagon than learn South Bend 21-Acre Farm, all in Cultivation, good house, $2,500, I

::, wagon. He may also that it can Cash or Terms._ Work Mule Goes With Place. In
I. i be bought for less money. If it chan- these times the of living
: is who I game
; I ces that this farmer a man

! \. t thinks scope of a his little restricted beyond self-interest the immediate he Louis H. Hill hinges largely on the art of Economical

. I I will wonder why he has always bought
. Indiana wagons, and if he goes far
... 1 i enough into the matter he will learn Spending.
V \ : that many years ago at a certain county Lawtey Florida .
I fair held north of the Ohio river .

I I certain groups of interests were formed J This store is prepared to
I,1 j for the purpose of making the wagons co-operate
I for Indiana farmers in Indiana

:i instead England of manufacturers.baying them The from men New of ( with you in the task of stretching your income

capital of that part of Indiana organ-
ized to the end that tricks of trade and to cover your needs.
transportation should not chloroform
the local industry; so that after a long HAMPTONHOTEL,

I struggle and many vicissitudes the Just between
South.Bend wagon began to find a I us, we can do it; because

market in the states whose people had .
j not thought such thoughts and organized -

i! tries. to protect. their infant indus- We, have lopped off all surplus profits.


i will Maybe the Lake Bradford Butler county farmer and We have '
buy a wagon I selected the best values ;
think no more about it. Perhaps the very
I Lake Butler banker will think the long I
thought and organize with the local to be found. i

manufacturer. It might be that a few I HAMPTON FLORIDA.
f people in the county who have a little '''I'J.t

I capital each, and much cunning in defeating And aid
I the tricks of competition in I we you in selecting just what

1 \ transportation rate juggling, may organize '

j'' i with the local man who makes I Hot and Cold Water on I you need to fill your wants.

: a good wagon now and then, and thus tap In every room and
i the money which has always gone I
, I North for wagons-never to return- bath, acetylene lights
may remain to swell the deposits in I II
I the local banks. The banker, well and up,..to-date improvements -

: knows that as long as his farmer depositor throughout LET US
HELP TO
PLAY
I continues to buy his wagon THE GAME
North, his automobile from the same building.

land of f Jbtories and has his life insured "As good hotel accom-
'
in a New York company, no pro-
duction or price of product will give modations as can be
permanent capital to the county in I
had in East Florida
which he does business. The banker,

farmer and wagonmaker will finally what all our patronssay
.4 p organize to make permanent prosperity I The Shriver
of the
in Bradford county or else money, Hampton
like the tourist, will continue merely Hotel. o.Brooker

as a winter visitor to flow northward .
as inevitable as the water seeks its ,
y: level in the sea.
.
It would be a bold man who would Mrs. L. M.
.'. dare adventure his capital in the build- Wainwright,

,V ing of an automobile factory in Brad- Florida.
ford county; yet good automobiles Proprietress. .

could be made as cheaply in the South \ .
'); U they are manufactured in the North I \ -
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE THIRTEEN

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Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Hainlin, of Ft. Messrs. A. H. Williams, B. W. Dees 0001 locaoi '01:10- 0=
Myers, announce the birth of a little and B. M. Williams, prominent citi- 000noThe

son, Neal Earnest, Jr., on September29th. zens of the Providence section, were o
Mrs. Hainlin was formerly Miss transacting business in Starke Mon- Distinguishing Features of j
Bits of Local lib 'Alice Prescott, and has many friends day. ;

here. Our New Winter Millinery.are ;
Buy a Liberty Bond and trade at
Information A Don't fail to see Madam Jarley, Shriver's. ORIGINAL STYLE o
Dickens' famous character and her o D

wonderful wax works, at the movie Messrs. J. V. Edwards and 0. W. D and o

C ..Ndy... Omr.*.TWpfa.fa c:.... a.-.u... r....or. W YI theatre, Thursday, Oct. 25th, at 7:45. Barry, well known citizens of the I 0 HIGH QUALITYThere
I Price 15 and 25 cents. Brooker section, were visitors to

I. Starke Monday.Mr. U in our collection every kind of hat you we likely to want
.... '" r Buy a pair of Peters Shoes, sold
Many of our novelties that not to be found elsewhere
patterni are are
with a guarantee, at Shriver's.Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Williams, of Savannah -
W. E. Wainwright was in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter, of the
Ga., were week-end guests of SILK VELVET HATS o
ville Monday. Wateroak section, were visitors to
Dempsey Hargroves was in Mr. and Mrs.. Lorenzo Green. Mrs. o D
k Starke Monday.
Meet at Stump's.Rev. Starke Wednesday visiting his sister, Williams is a sister of Mrs. Green. D SAILORS, MUSHROOMS, and TURBANS o
me
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman, of Mrs. McLean, before returning to o are especially noticeable features of the collection. You are sure to

L. C. Futch, of Raiford, was the Brooklyn section, were visitors to Homestead.Mrs. Drop in at Knight's Millinery and like them. We can fit you with a becoming hat for, from $2.00 up.
see the new shapes that have just ar
Starke .
Tuesday.Mrs.
town Monday.Let
in
J. H. Pugh, of Waycross, Ga., rived. KNIGHT'S MILLINERY
has returned home after visit with
a
J. Griffin spent of the make automobiletop
0. part me new
you a her mother, Mrs. E. J. Wainright, and i Meet me at the movie theatre Oct. STARKE, FLA. 0
Gainesville her sister. cushions
week in visiting and or repair the old I
other relatives in this section. 25th, to see Madam Jarley's
ones. .All kinds of automobile uphol- caravanof 8=0. -ono> -0=0- -0 aoQOOaq
works.
Good quality of boys' suits at stery. M. Leviton. wax
Just unloaded of fence wire.A. *
a car "" M
-
Stump's.Mr. D. Andrews Mercantile Co. Mr. A.J. Griffis has moved his fam-
Mrs. Matilda Ritch of Raiford
wasa
ily to Brooker where he will take
and Mrs. M. W. Mann, of Rai- visitor at the home of Mr. N. T. up -
S. T. Dowling, chairman of the boardof the duties of principal of the schoolat .
4 4 ford, were visitors to Starke Monday. Ritch on Monday.Mr. *
county commissioners and one of that place for, the coming year..

Miss Delle Stroman spent the week- W. J. Griffin and Raiford's leading business men, was I
son, Eugene,
visitor to Starke Monday.Mrs. A. D. Andrews Mercantile Companyhas
end in Jacksonville with her sister. of Jacksonville, were week-end visitorsat a When Sickness
just received load of salt.
a car
the home of Mr. 0..J. Griffin.N. .
C. A. Mixon returned Tuesday -
Fine line good quality of shoes at
from Gainesville, where she was sum- Mr. E. Kite, one of the substantial
Stump's.Mr. D. Wainwright, Jr. has to
gone moned .to attend the funeral of her citizens of the Raiford section, was IBHBHHHBBBa
Tampa to enter business college and
a mother, Mrs. Sarah Bell. transacting business in Starke Wed-
W. D. McRae has moved with take a complete business course.
nesday.
his family to Brownville.
Cedar Key oysters, fresh day.Brymer's .
every
All kinds of bargains at .
Stump's.Mr.
fish market, phone 109. The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap- ComesWhen
Mrs. A. H. Freeman is spending a
r
tist church will hold its regular monthly -
while in Jacksonville. N. Sternberg and family have
Miss Sara Sweat has been a guest meeting Tuesday, Oct. 16th, at 3
moved to the residence of J. W. An-
during the week at the home of her o'clock. All members are requestedto
The territory at the depot where drews, Jr., on Madison street. I
father, ex-Mayor T. W. Sweat. She attend.
.[ carriages are excluded has been extended II
leaves today for Inverness, where she
#0 to Ninth street. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Branning, of I
is a deputy in the office of the circuit The new shapes just arrived atKnight's
Raiftrd, were visitors to Starke Mon- clerk. Millinery to your doctor is called in, the next I
court are sure please
See the remnant counter at Stump'sLittle day.
your fancy. See them soon.I call is on the druggist.To .
Tax Assessor N. D.Wainwright has
Billy Harris, of Jacksonville, Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at
'. is visiting his grandparents, Dr. and the Cash Department Store. been honored by the appointment, by can take subscriptions to the Cos- your druggist is entrusted the responsibility

Mrs. J. C. Wills. Governor Catts, as a delegate to the mopolitan magazine for two years for of seeing that the remedies pre-
convention of the National Tax Association $2 to the subscriber the I
saving at
Lucian of Jacksonville I
Wainright
scribed are carefully prepared fresh and
which meets in Atlanta No- ,
,
I I The next best thing to having the has spent a few days with relativesin news stand price $2.80. Hearst's mag-
soldier boy home, is a fine big portraitof Starke during the week. vember 13-16. azine two years for $2, a saving to the pure, and of the required quality. :

him. Hoover Bros can'make you reader at the news stand price $2.80.

4 a fine enlargemnt from any small pic Geo. Burnsed, of Green Cove You can find what you want, when Good Housekeeping for two years for The one great big aim of our house is- i

1. ture. I Springs, visited relatives here the first,, you want it, at Shriver's.Mr. $2, a saving to the reader of $1.60.
I of the week. The Modern Priscilla one year for ACCURACY IN PRESCRIPTIONS. !

Mrs. L. C. Prescott is visiting her and Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent $1.25, or two years for $2. I also take

j' daughter, Mrs. N. E. Hainlin, of Ft. Heavy winter goods arrive daily at Monday in Jacksonville. Mr. Griffin's subscriptions for the American Boy, We permit nothing to interfere with this !

t', Myers. Stump's.The health has, been poor of late and the $1.50 per year; The Forecast, Amer- and use every possible effort to safeguard j i
made in order to medi- ica's food for .
trip was see a leading magazine, $ '

..\; Col. A. Z. Adkins and family motored Ladies Musicale will meet with cal specialist in the metropolis. They I.per year. Miss Nannie Howell. it.l I your health. i .

t'. over to Lake Butler Sunday to Mrs. A. M. Darby this afternoon at 3 were accompanied by Dr. J. P. Tomlinson. '
1 Are druggist?
"i: visit relatives. o'clock. All members urged to be The Telegraph-the county paper- we your 1

present. contains all live State and Nationalnews I
If not not beMitchell's ? II
Special sale going on at the Cash Just received a nice line of ladies as well as doings of the farm may we I

Department Store. Frequently ones most valued posses- ready to wear goods. A. Andrews: and home folks.What .

Be prepared for hog killing time. sion is a picture of one who has pass- Mercantile Co. I II

_* y Get a sausage grinder and stuffer at ed away. Just a few cents now will is LAX-FOS I
the Starke Hardware Co. give you pictures of all the loved ones. 0. Gardiner has gone to Micanopy I

Some day these pictures will be price- after a carload of good Jersey milch LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA t StoreI

t: Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Williams, of the less. The cost is so small, they meanso cows. He expects to have them in A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Catharticand Drug

; Lawtey section,wKe visitors to Starke much. Hoover Bros. Studio.Hallowe'en Starke Sunday or Monday, and if you LiverTonic. Contains; Cascara Bark,
Monday. need a good cow, he will sell you one Blue Flag Root, lU.ubab Root, Black I
; at a reasonable price. Root,May Apple Root,SennaLeaves and I
will be celebrated 'I
by a Combines strength
? A picture of the baby is a charming delightful masquerade party to be giv- Pepsin.aromatic taste. Does not with"palatable gripe. 50cfffftfffffttffft- TAe Store

and permanent shadow of the wee en at the armory by the Ladies Mu- Have you ever thought how much ,
!4: laughing face. A glance at it brings sicale. you may regret neglecting to have a .

#;" r: to you a flood of golden memories. good photo of your family? Good pictures + DUVAL HOTEL 4
j. You hear the sweet prattle and coo of : cost so little and mean so much.
Shriver will cash checks. + JACKSONVILLE !
!: the baby's voice; a gurgle add throaty your See Hoover Bros. about it right away. + hot and cold + '
Opposite postoffice
I ,
little makes heart swell
laugh your Starke Fla.
'a !+ water elevator telephones rates 4
,
Chas. Crutchfield left Saturday for ;
with and for moment the
pride joy; a Mr. Mrs. A. H. Green and
Ft. Valley, Ga., his old home. He was and + rooms without bath, $1: two persons + ,
has
;'J world is young, and sorrow never daughters, Katie Bell and Allie May + with bath +
called to the bedside of a relative who same room, $1.50;
been.' All this and more-if have
you Mr. N. T. Ritch Vivirette and
. was very ill. Floyd + $1.50; two persons same room, $2 +
.the If to Hoover
not
Y' picture. go I Miss Nannie Howell motored to Rai- + W. S. JONES, Mgr. fttffffft I
Bros. right away and have it made. ford last and while there
Be sure to see Jarley's unrivaled Sunday were + t + ffffff
"I' Costs so little, means so much. collection of wax works at the movie the guests of Mr., and Mrs. N. T.

R. M. Johnson;of the Graham sec- theatre, Oct. 25th. Prices 15 and 25 Ritch, Jr. I ,

tion, business visitor to Starke cents.
Tuesday.was a Mr. W. H. H. Whisler left Thursdayto -vm >, -

Miss Eunice Robinson returned to make his home for the future at '

Estero, Lee county, where he is inter- f
Some of the season's smartest of- Brooker Monday morning, where she
ferings have just arrived at Knight's is a member of the school faculty, after ested in a large tract of,land. Mr. NationaiPreparec1nessBegins
Millinery. spending the week-end in Starke Whisler has been a resident of the ,
with relatives.Col. Starke section for several years and
has many friends here who regret his
W. E. Yarborough, of Raiford, was
attending to business in Starke Tues- W. T. Weeks and daughter, departure, but wish him unbounded j
'
day. Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson, attended the reunion success at his new home. .

of Confederate Veterans in
Jacksonville Tuesday and Wednesday.Just SAVE YOUR FEED. in the Kitchen
E. P. Johnson, a well known citizenof One cow will pay for a Feed Mill.

the Raiford section, was transact- One Feed Mill will help you to save
tell them saw me at Shriv-
you
ing business in Starke Monday.We er's.. many Cows this winter.

Cows Mean Money Now. 9
sell the best flour at $12.50 per Let us show you the Fairbanks-
barrel. A. D. Andrews Mercantile Co Judge J. T. Wills of Gainesville, Morse Engines, Feed and Grits Mills. Fathers and Mothers, if you want your children to

Raiford.Mr. spent Sunday with his family here. QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.

He left early Monday morning for I be fit members of the feed them
brigade
preparedness
and Mrs. N. D. Green, of the Macclenny accompanied by State At- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Colson, of New great ,
Wateroak section, were visitors of Mr torney A. V. Long to hold circuit court River, were visitors to Starke WedI I

and Mrs. S. R. Johns last Sunday. for Baker county. nesday. Mrs. Colson is one of the .

expert canners of the county, and I

while she was in town the Telegraph
reporter overheard a well known citi- I

zen placing an order with her for 50 PUREFOODS H
cans of the delicious cow peas that I

Weaver DrugCo.Store she puts up.Messrs. .


.. R. Ray White and John R. I From the Pure Food Store.
Springer, of Orlando, motored up to
Starke last Tuesday and while here j
t : were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.I I !,;

De White. Mr. Springer is manager of ,
the J. Schuan Company of Orlando,
and in this of the state on a
part
was
business trip. Mr. White was on legal We sell a line of family staples that have no superiors "j

business in Gainesville, and while so

Raiford, Fla. near home stopped for a short visit. and but few, equals. We especially like to sell to "people !

Bruce L. Davis, of Arcadia, was in
Starke Monday on a short visit with who know." '
.
The House of relatives. Bruce, who until lately heldan 'I

'" important position in the Seaboard .
PURE DRUGS. office at Tampa, is now secretary to p

COURTEOUSTREATMEN the second vice president of the Char- i

LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES. lotte Harbor & Northern railway.and He THESE HAVE NO PEERS t
is well pleased with his position
;! says his railroad is doing a large bus-

iness hauling phosphate to its termi- OBELISK FLOUR HEINZ'S PICKLES AND PRESERVES J
CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
PRESCRIPTIONS nal at Boca Grande.

PREMIER VEGETABLES AND FRUITS IN TIN AND GLASS.
,3 What can you send the soldier boy
that he will appreciate the most? ;}
Weaver Co. Hoover Bros. believe that a picture of

Drug the home folks will give him more real A. M. DARBY H

I' satisfaction and pleasure than any-
POSTOFFICE BUILDING. thing that could be sent to him. See

about it right now. It costs so little Florida.muwtrtruwt

and means so much. Starke, .
Raiford Florida.

1. Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev ]

j' erybody. Advertise!


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKE. FLORIDA.
FRIDAY OCTOBER 1'
PAGE FOURTEEN 12, 1I1.!
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F Bradford County Farms- and. Farmers I




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l HOGS MUST BE VACCINATED ORI PEANUT HAY EQUAL TO ALFALFA HOG RAISING IN FLORIDA.By DESTROY THE COTTON STALKS' bernation in December have a much not stop growing cotton for a tt-i',;;;f

STAY AT HOME. HAY. better chance to live than those have years, he can at least grow a t
l ( A. P. Spencer.) That is One of the Best Measures to going into hibernation in November. which will mature during early :
A..
I' TALLAHASSEE, Oct. .-The Peanut vines make one of the best Hogs can be made a cash crop on Use Against the WeeviL where Fifteen but percent of the former of the\\illlive gust so as to escape the weevil Tk ::
native available to Florida farmers. : one percent latter practice of destroying the old 1
hays
state livestock board today issued the Florida farms. They are specially Regardless of all measures thus far will survive the winter.It must be observed in stalls :.
shows them to be equalin
following order: I Analysis adapted to this purpose on small farms used against the cotton boll weevil its any case.
is for this that the Just how far the
feeding value to alfalfa, cowpeas reason burn- weevils have
the
Regulation No. 23, governing ,. where they can be raised instead of advance has not been stopped. But ad.--
and red clover. The value of the hay, ing of all cotton stalks as soon as vanced this year has not yet been .
movement of swine to state and county cotton. Properly handled, it is easily there are measures which is used in determined ,
however depends on good curing andharvesting the crop is picked is recommended. Cut but many of them
,
fairs in the state of Florida. possible to produce 1,500 pounds of time will check the advance or reduce hap _
without loss, the University the stalks, or uproot them, prefer- reached Alachua
Hogs from any county or any part says meat from the offspring of one sow. the infestation for the following county; so many in
of county in this state, entering any of Florida extension division. At present meat prices there is a One of these measures recommendedby year. ably, pile on the row and burn. Then fact that the county may be said to l he
declared The best hay is made from vines plow up the land. If the farmer will generally infested.
state or county fair, are hereby wide margin of profit to the farmer the University of Florida extension
exposed to hog cholera, and that are not over-ripe. The best timeto who produces well-bred, growthy hogs. division is to destroy all cotton stalksin ,.-
must be vaccinated in one of the following cut the vines is about the time the If a rotation of pasture crops lasting the fields at the earliest time prac- .. --",'.
methods: nut sare ripe. The hay must be han- through the entire year is provided in ticable.

If the serum alone treatment is us- dled and cured as quickly as possibleand addition to sufficient corn, peanuts, Cotton is the only plant upon which j i "Time is
ed, it must be given not more than ten every effort should be made to cowpeas and chufas to supplement the the weevil is known to feed. It is important i Money"OUR
days before entering.If place it under cover without exposureto pastures and fatten the hogs for mar- therefore, to take steps to
the simultaneous treatment is rain. ket, the work will be profitable. Ow- starve the insect. This can be done
used, it must be given at least four- Farmers have two general methodsof ing to the abnormally high prices of mose effectively by growing other : TIME PIECES SAVE I
Some IT.
the t
hay. pull
teen days before entering.In harvesting all grains, starchy feeds, such as po- crops. The only way to check its ,
either hogs and crates must hills up and allow the nuts to cure on I j
!
case tatoes cassava, and dasheens and spread and still cotton is to
; be disinfected with a two per cent so- the vine. This practice is detrimental kitchen?slops should be utilized to supplement early varieties; grow and to destroy grow the I i : Your time is your money now as never before. But I !

lution of creosol compound, U. S. P.,I to to the the weather hay since long it must enough be to exposed lose- grains. stalks as soon ss the crop is harvest- ,i I you can't utilize ALL of your time without a CORRECT !i! : '
substitute.
- or a permitted Stock hops can be kept thrifty larg- ed. ,
Done at Tallahassee, Fla., this the considerable feeding value before the ly on pastures; however, they will not The weevil winters in the adult j TIME PIECE. I r
'
5th day of October, 1917. I nuts are cured. The best method is grow rapidly without some grain. The stage. If cotton is available for it I ; I'.
to the vines and handle them
W. A. McRAE, mow
J. W. DE HILLY, President. I ilke any other hay: This will avoid hogs green should forage be and supplied so managed with suitable as to to feed and upon will be it will able begin to exist hibernationlate through t I Our Grade Clocks & I i i
of Board. the loss that comes from the shedding High Watches
Secretary vines. consume as much of it as possible, the winter. If the cotton is destroyedso
since forage is by far the cheapestfeed that nothing is left for it to feed .
HARDEN HOGS FOR MARKET. that can be used. One or two upon, it will go into winter quarters i
.WEB WORMS AFTER THE PECAN pounds of grain daily in addition to earlier and so is apt to die. It has are the very latest and most perfect creations of the I'

Packers object to peanut-fed hogs TREES. pasturage weight for is sufficient every hundred for poundslive hogsIt : been shown that weevils going into hi-I : leading. makers of time pieces in the world.
young
II
, because the meat and lard are soft I
and oily. This objection is most frequently Fall web forms are attacking thei i is better to feed this from troughs BE ON TIME. Get of
i one our guaranteed time :
than I" allow the hogs to gather the I
trees in localities, defoli- I
found with hogs that were in i pecan many
r j grain from in the field for in The Secret. l pieces and cannot '
, condition when they were turned !sting the branches. This is particu- crops Beauty you go wrong.
pocr the fi-Id the hogs will live entirelyoff : I II
into peanut pasture. If they have been larly true of the younger trees where I
(! thp grain since they prefer it to Ladies desire that irresiStible
R well fed all summer before pasturing the forms may become sufficiently -
I on peanuts the meat and lard will not j,i! numerous to strip the leaves from the the paturage.: By feeding in this way charm-a good ; I Jewelry, Silver and Plated Table Services, Cut Glass, II :
pork be Florida farmsat
produced
can on
entire There three .
tree.
I i, be so oily says the University of are two or low complexion. Of course J : Fountain Pens, Etc.UD.Miner.
i cost. X44' ,
: Florida extension division.In I ways to rid the trees of these pests, I .;
any case, it is well to feed corn says Julius Matz, of the University Corn, peanuts, chufas and velvet I ) j they do not wish others i I
with the peanuts. Sweet potatoes will j I of.Florida experiment station. beans are the best grains for fatten- to know a beautifier '

also produce a firm fat, and it is a I The webs and caterpillars may be ing. Sweet potatoes, cassava, and /Ir has been used so they I ,
good practice to have peanuts and j removed from small trees by hand and dasheens when boiled and mixed with buy a bottle of
I
sweet potatoes in adjoining fields so the worms destroyed; Nests in large grain give excellent results in fatten- :
that the hogs can harvest the two to- trees may be burned. Attach a fat ing hogs. Where all of these can be I :
gether. Without some such provis- pine knot or a torch of rags or asbestos grown on the farm, giving a varietyof Magnolia Balm 'Starke Florida II
ion the hogs cannot be marketed advantageously saturated with kerosene, to a feeds, good results may be had. I
I LIQUID FACE POWDER
i and may be discriminated long pole and burn the web. Corn and sweet potatoes are the best
to Liberal spraying with arsenicalswill finishing feeds for the production of and QM.according to simple dtraSion Improvement
; against so seriously as make t noticed at once. Soothing,cooling and
J I their production a loss. also control the web worms Use firm meat and lard. Packers cull out I. refreshing. Heal.Sunburn.Mop I tot .
! Packers require that the animals be three pounds of arsenate of lead pasteor peanut fattened hogs and discount the Pink. WhHt.RoteRtJSample .
! _: finished on corn or sweet potatoes during one and a half pounds of the pow- price. hogs should be fed chiefly on 15c at'D"'fI/J"b mal hind FIELD SEEDS FOR FALL PLANTING.Florida .ij
,i the last few weeks before they are der to fifty gallons of water. Arse- corn for four weeks before slaughtering. (either color) for 2c. SUvp. Black Rye at {4 bushel Blue Stem Wheat at $3.50 bushel
I placed on the market. It is best to ite of zinc is used in about the same Lyon We.Co.. 40 South Fifth St..Brooklyn N.Y. .\ Rye at $3.50 bushel. Dwarf Ecsex Rape at lie pound. 1
Fulghum Oats at Ibushel. Crimson Clover at 22e pound. i'i'r'ruzzi
'. give some of these feeds along with proportion. Apply enough to make If it were possible to secure a car- Southern Rye at $3 bushel. Winter Vetch at 2-'c pound. r!
the peanuts and the final change to the trees misty but not dripping. load of finished hogs in any commun- I Hastings 100 Bu. Oat at $1.90 bu. We carry a full line of all Garden i
Whenever You Need Texas Rust Proof Oat. at $1.25 bu. and Field Seeds. Mail Orders specialty .1 I 1 l
the finishing feeds should be made ity once a week throughout the year, a General Tonic: ,
gradually over sixty or more days. ( PLAY SAFE IN DISPOSING OF the price paid for them should be the Take Grove's. ONION SETS. .
I ----+- I I CROPS. same as for the same erade of hops The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Qt. Pk. Bu. '
U near the large packing- centers --less- chill Tonic is equally valuable as a White i Bermuda (straw colored) ___________$ .: 0 $1.00 3.75 j
LEMONS WHITEN AND General Tonic because it contains the White Silver Skin __________ ___n__ .20, .90 3.50
freight charges. The low prices paidin Yellow Danvers _________________ .15 .85 3.25
, BEAUTIFY THE SKIN The farm products now in hand have Florida are due largely to the lack well known IRON.tonic It acts properties on the Liver of QUININEand ,Drives Reds ----_______________________________ .15 ... 3.25 ..i j
i" been produced at an unusual cost per of a number of hogs sufficient to fur- out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and If sets by mail add postage on basis of 1 qt. to lb. Write for new fall catalog. j
r pound or per bushel. Of some crops nish a regular supply. In order to Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents. BLOOMFIELD NURSERY & SEED COMPANY
Make This Beauty Lotion there is a very large supply, and suc- have a steady market there must be 't
"Monticello
Brand" Seeds
Monticello, Florida. ?
cessful marketing serious )
presents a
Cheaply For Your Face competition among buyers and a suffi-

Arms, Neck and Hands., I tatoes problem.and This beans.is notably true of po- cient warrant number the business of hogs on of the the farms packers.to H ----.- B ____ .___ -j'

The difficulties of disposing of these While light hogs sell best in local 0=0 .0=0..0c0t-, =0.= 'O=?D :"
At the cost of a small jar of ordi-\I crops profitably will be greatest in trade the packers demand an average A
t nary cold cream one can prepare a full areas which have produced them largely if 175 to 300 pounds live weight. They 4
quarter pint of the most wonderful lemon for the first time or where existing cannot use the smaller ones profitably FOR SALE
skin softener and complexion marketing agents are no longer equalto except at a lower price. A steady sup- R I
. beautifier, by squeezing the juice of handling the output. ply of the marketable kind would insure -
JL two fresh lemons into a bottle containing Sound business demands that the uniformly higher prices to the
|V'_ three ounces of orchard white cost of production be figured as nearlyas farmers. HARDWAREW D 0
1 Care should be taken to strain the juice possible and that the grower "play Those who intend to engage in the 0 FARMING LAND a ?
,i through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp safe" by selling freely at any price hog business should procure pure bred ?:
gets in, this this lotion will keep fresh which gives him a margin of profit. I breeding stock at the start. It has W
.; for months. Every woman knows that The farmer should market so gradually been hard to get them, but now thereare on WATER OAK ,
lemon juice is used to bleach and remove that there can be no squeeze or rap- enough breeders throughout the A
such blemishes as freckles, sal- id rise in price before spring. The South raising pure bred or high grade
lowness and tan and is the ideal skin United States department of agricul- breeding stock to furnish most of I Good School and
> softener, whitener and beautifier. ture will make every effort to keep what is neded. Well bred hogs grow R o :P
"V'. Just try it! Get three ounces of the farmer informed on the movementof uniformly and dress out better than s
orchard white at any drug store and commercial stocks and on prevail- scrubs, consequently the buyers discriminate Good Neighborhood
two lemons from the grocer and make ing prices in all of the large centers. against the poorer ones. And E I
up a quarter pint of this sweetly frag- I where it is desired to grade up native
rant lemon lotion and massage it daily The Telegraph-the county stock one can cross them with of
paper- any
into the face, neck, arms and hands.It contains all live State and National the improved breeds and produce good C. Jones See W. E. DAVIS Starke Fla.

is marvelous to smoothen rough, red news, as well as doings of the farm hogs. This is an expensive method, 10 : : ,
L hands. ((96)) and home folks. since it takes two years or longer to Starke.. Florida T 0 I = 0=0 ---0=0. -.0=

I = -T -= __h_ __uu ___ improve the quality so that it will
G -- -- -- --- compare favorably with the better

bred hogs. While the breed is.largely r -J'
a matter of personal choice, it it .
: CHEVROLETThe to the advantage of any community .
to adhere closely to one breed for the
sake of uniformity in marketing.It .

is a common complaint that hogs PRICES H
become unthrifty and that many die $15
new Four Ninety Series. Econom- from diseases. This trouble is not

ical to operate. Many new features confined to Florida; many states have
suffered more from hog cholera than
among them being has Florida. Nevertheless, too many TO ADVANCE

Oil and water hogs become unthrifty or die becauseof
pump. neglect, disease, lice and worms. _
20 miles to gallon of gasoline on any The general use of the anticholeraserum _

road, 25 to 30 on good roads. farmers has who changed hesitated the to attitude buy good of on October 29th.

hogs because of loss from cholera. By

200 miles to the quart of free using from vats worms.and wallows, hogs are kept .'1'B_ .. .....:=-c ___ .,..- ._..

oil. I A still more important consideration

I is the necessity of keeping hogs confined I
BUY NOW
I to pastures. Hogs that are allowed -
:
FISHY free range cannot avoid coming
I in contact with sick animals or grazing -

| over with pastures worms.that A business are badly as im-infested We will allow a liberal price for your old stove or range

INVESTIGATE! i "rtart as hog raising requires careful r .:r- ," .:...."r-n:;.... ...... : .. _.. _
I1',1 "' :::=
I management, and if handled properly -
[ can be made profitable under a Mr. FARMER
I greater variety of conditions than

Call or write for demonstration. takings.most other general farming under- All farmers deserve the best A majority of the farmers demand the best

THE SOUTH BEND MALLEABLE RANGE is the best. It will deserve your

Touring car $635. COTTON REPORT. demand for the best. Come in, I have a GOOD PROPOSITION to offer YOU


Roadster $620. There were 1779 bales of cotton ginned -

I in Bradford county from the crop JONES HARDWARE
i F. o. b. FLINT, ltICH.t' of 1917 prior to September 25, 1917, STORE
as compared with 915 bales ginned
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i W. B. Alexander & Son, Special Agent. .

l Hampton Fla. Drives Old Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe is the.time to buy-while you can save. Prices will continue to advance for the next
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noon. I Sunday with his family at this place. I Saturday and Sunday.Mr. successful in doing our duties towards ''I R.Certificate 21 E., 2 acres No. 232 assessed embraces J. H.EDenmark.of EVJ of 1

Messrs. D. J. Byrd and R. N. Dowl- Mr. Lewis is employed by the stateas Henry Hicks is in Jacksonville our Sunday school, also to each other. | NWft of SW% and all NE'..., of SW 4 W of
I Rev. J. R. Eubanks will preach for i Ry., Sec. 10. Tp. 6, S. R. 22 East 30 acres.
ing are in Jacksonville attending the a citrus canker inspector. this week with the expectation of Holland. 3
assessed C. G
We had a good union meeting last Confederate Veterans reunion. Mrs. J. R. Dowling left for Lake working on the cantonment at Black us at the Guilford school house on the Certificate No. 234 embraces Wlj of MV>4 Sri

Friday, Saturday and Sunday in spiteof Rev. L. C. Smith filled his regular City to visit her husband, who is em- Point. second Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Everybody -, of NE1.. Sec. 11. Tp. 6. S.. R. 22 E, 20 acres,

the rainy weather. Dinner was appointment at a church near Raiford ployed by the Hatcher Gin Co., of Mr. M. Lazarus, of St. Augustine, has a special invitation to I assessed; C. Roy No.Hathaway.Cert'ficate 245 embraces S>4 of NWX*

spread each day and everybody pres- Sunday morning and evening.Mr. that place. was a business visitor to Lawtey last come and worship with us. I of SE'i, Sec. 8, Tp. 7, S. R. 22 E., 20 acres,

ent enjoyed the services. Robt. Reddish and family, of Sunday, Oct. 7th., at the home of Thursday. assessed Unless Ja-nes said certificates Clark. shall be redeemed according

Rev. N. T. King preached a good Waldo, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mr. W. A. Sparkman, before a large : Mrs. Laura Whitehead returned to THE SAME IN PALATKA to law tax deed will issue thereon on

sermon Sunday morning. Rev. F. B. Mrs. Willie Reynolds.Mr. circle of friends, Miss Pearl Sparkmanwas her home from Jacksonville last Fri- '!, .- the 5th day of November. A. D. 1917. t
and seal this
official signature
Johns, of Starke, preached an eloquent Odell J. Abernathy left Sunday married to Mr. Frank Dobbs. Miss day.Mrs. Palatka Residents Speak Out For the 24th Witness day of my September A. D. 1917.

sermon in the afternoon and we believe morning for Jacksonville. Mr. Aber- Sparkman is a daughter of Mr. and I A. L. Bradley was a visitor to Welfare of the Public.It W. T. WEEKS x

everyone there enjoyed the two ser- nathy goes to enter Massey's Business Mrs. W. A. Sparkman, and Mr. Dobbsis Starke Saturday.Mrs. (SEAL) By R. A. WEEKS.Clerk. t

: mons. We think everyone must have College. a son of Mr. Joe Dobbs, a prominent A. M. Blanchard was shoppingin I 9-28-6L Deputy Clerk.
in
is the in Palatka as
the Rev. Johns delivered just same
. understood sermon : Mr. S. D. Dukes was a business visitor farmer of Baker county. Notary Ber- Starke last Thursday.Mr. .

':' r as he explained everything so I to Starke Saturday. He is the ry ,D. Kelley, of Raiford, performedthe Joe Allen returned home from Starke; our friends there speak out I BILL FOR DIVORCE
; in the same glad, earnest way as so In Circuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit of
j' well.Mr. proud owner of a new Ford touringcar. ceremony which joined their lives Alabama last week and left Sundayfor Florida. Bradford County. )
A. G. Fouts made a short call for the journey through life. Jacksonville, where he has secur- many grateful Starke men and women Daisy Miller t s
have in these columns for Bill for DivorceC.
J in our settlement last week. He was spoken vs
A deal was consummated here last The writer, together with a large ed a position as carpenter. W. Miller.
on a business trip to Alachua stationto circle of friends wish them and School Superintendent E. R. Pop- years past. Notice to Appear. .
week whereby Mr. C. B. Roberts be- peace
I look over the telephone ex change. visited the schools in and W. C. Bryan, of the firm of Bryan The State of Florida to C. W. Miller.
pell
the
the prosperity during long journey. near
came owner of the large farm for- I
& Austin well known of Le- Greeting: )
will the
He probably purchase ex- grocers
merly owned by Mr. R. N. Dowling. Mr. E. D. Dowling, of Sanderson, Lawtey last Friday.Mr. Eleventh streets Palatka It having been shown by affidavit that the
and ,
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: change. He has worked for the tele- We understand "Uncle Nelson his was a visitor in Raiford Sunday. R. B. Jackson spent several da'slast man Defendant C. W. Miller is a non-resident of the
phone in Plant City for the as Fla., says: "I was annoyed for some state of Florida and that the residence of said
company Mrs. J. H. Jones and Helen of Jack- week Jacksonville on business.Mr. .
friends call him, will move to Jacksonville time by deep seated pain right aver defendant is unknown and that there is no
five and understands this a
past years sonville, spent the week-end in Rai- D. B. Browning was a visitor to one in the state of Florida the service of a
line of business perfectly. We wish Jacksonville'the first of the week. my kidneys and it made my back sore subpoena upon whom would bind said defendant -

him success, if he makes this pur- ford.Mr. Messrs. Steve and part Jesse and lame, when I first got up in the and that said defendant U. over the age s,
Jno. White Starling of twenty-one years.
.' of Lawtey, spent The secretions
} chase. RAIFORD.\ morning. kidney pass- It is therefore ordered considered and ad-
and J. Q. Futch were visitors to Jack-
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Moore have moved Sunday in Raiford visiting his daughter sonville ed too frequently. I began taking judged that the said defendant C. W. Miller,
Mrs. W. H. Andrews. I Tuesday.Mr. do to the complainant's bill of complaint
appear
wasn't
D'jan's Kidney Pills and I longin
-a back here from Fort Myers.. Enoch Griffis transacting herein on or before the 3rd day of De-
The Doctor and Mrs. W. W. Far- Messrs. D. Lennon, Chas. and Albert was out their merit for they whereof decree
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Julius Nor I business in Starke finding cember. A. D. 1917. in default a -
nell Smith John and James Mann motor- Saturday. eonfesso will be entered against the
man, October 3rd, a son. of Hampton Springs but formerly fixed me up in good shape. pro
About 100,000 pounds of cotton was said C. W. Miller.It .
1 of this place, spent the week-end ed to Jacksonville Monday. Price 60c at all dealers. Don't simply
Mrs. Gill and grandson, Mr. Robert purchased at the gin of Mr. H. D. Ran- I is further ordered that this notice be pub-
Norman, visited relatives in Jacksonville Master Avery Tison has moved to ask for a kidney remedy-get lished in the Bradford County Telegraph a
here.Marshal dall last week. The
Starke for the school prices ranged published at Starke in Bradford
newspaper
S. B. Denmark Sen- year. Pills-the that
and Doan's
-1 the latter part of last week, returning from 18 to 22 cents.Miss' Kidney same : county Florida once each week for eight
Monday. ator A. D. Andrews motored to the Miss Thelma Schell, of Lake But- Mr. Bryan had. Foster-Milburn Co., consecutive weeks.IN .

.i' county seat Wednesday afternoon.Mr. ler, was in Raiford on business Mon Myrtle Sapp returned home Buffalo N- Y. ((34) WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereuntoset
> There is some of our farmers in this last week from Palmetto, where she Props., my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir-
l section still holding cotton, waiting Bob Cone, of Starke, motoredto day.Mrs. spent several weeks with relatives. I--- ---- cuit Court on this the 19th day of September,
S. W. Smith
in
spentIonday'
: Raiford last Wednesday. A. D. 1917.
i for the 25 cent market which is expected I II
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was W.
Mr. K. P. West of this place i Jacksonville on business. I I
most day. mov- Clerk
.x any business in Jacksonville last Saturday. 92181. (Seal
, Regular services of the Baptist I .
Mr. J. D. Moore and family have ed to Jacksonville last Wednesday to

it.; gone to housekeeping on Mr. H. L.f i commence work for the parties con- church were held last Sunday by the I .- I I : BILL FOR DIVORCE.In .

Stephenson's farm. tracted to build the Quartermasters'cantonment. pastor, Mr. E. C. Wells, of South Jack- Circuit Sourt Eighth Judicial Circuit of
sonville.Mr. NEW RIVER. Florida. Bradford county.L. .

t f Mr. James. Browning, of Lawtey, B. D. Kelly and Ed Byrd motored It Helps + I,! H. Greens Bill for Divorce

PALESTINE.Mr. spent the week-end in Raiford Macclenny Monday. Stella Green
visiting I
Messrs. P.1.. Padgett and W. M.I! Notice to Appear.To .
doubtas
relatives.Mr. Col. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, spent There can be no
; Parker were business visitors to New to the merit of Cardui Stella Green. Greeting:
Ed. Sapp, of Sapp, was in townon Monday in Raiford completing a real It having been shown by affidavit that the
A Lewis Tye, Ira Thomas and J. business estate deal, whereby Mrs. J. G. Ritch River last Monday | the woman's tonic, in defendant, Stella Green is a non-resident of
B. Wednesday. Miss Marion Richard, of Lake Butler the treatment of many the State of Florida and that the residence of
Nettles made business to became in of the
i a trip Sheriff Epperson passed a few hoursin possession property troubles _peculiar to said defendant is unknown and that there is
Lake Butter last Saturday. our midst last Thursday. known as the L. C. Smith cottage. i! attended church at Long Bridge women. The thousands no person in the etate of Florida the service F
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Mr. Verge Pierce and Miss Rachel Mrs. J. C. Jones and Mrs. W. W. last Saturday night and Sunday. of a subpoena upon whom would bind the said
Mr. T. B. Handley and son, Frank, I of women who have been defendant and that said defendant is over the
Pierce visited at the home of Mr. motored to Starke on business last Farnell, spent the first part of the Comer L. Peek, of Starke, was transacting helped by Cardui in the age of twenty-one years.It .

John Green, of Johnstown, last Sun- Thursday.Mr. week in Jacksonville visiting Mrs J.''I business at New River last past 40 years, is conclu- is therefore ordered considered and adjudged
Wednesday. that the said defendant Stella Green,
'day. H. Jones. sive proof that it is a
do to the Complainant's B.I1 of Com-
Dr. J. E. Maines was seen in our Boss Rosier, a prominent far- Mr. Joe Jackson, of New River, was' I Mr. P. B. Crews spent last Monday good medicine for women plaint appear herein on or before the 3rd day of December -
'I community last Sunday. mer east of Raiford, was in town on in Raiford Monday on business.Mr. 'I at Worthington Springs. who suffer. It should A. D. 1917. in default whereof a decree ..
business Thursday. help too. pro eonfesso will be entered against the
.1 Mrs. Lizzie Thomas visited Mrs. J. Cameron, of Starke, was a bus., Mr.V.. T. Turner was a visitor over + you, said Stella Green.It .

"J B. Nettles last Monday.. Mr. J. E. Dowling, constable, and iness visitor in Raiford Monday. I Ito I the county seat last Monday. Taker is further ordered that this notice be published -
Mr. M. W. Mann, Deputy Sheriff of in the Bradford County Telegraph a
Mrs. Howard i iI'
Laura and Paul "
' We are glad to report that Mrs. Jes- :Mr. E. Kite, of Baldwin, spent a few !i son, published at Starke, in Bradford
newspaper
, sie Peace is slowly recovering. this place, motored to New River on days in Raiford the first part of the of Macclenny, are visiting relatives I, County, Florida, once each week for eight consecutive -
Born business Thursday. I' and friends here for a few days. |I weeks.
,, to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Nettles, week. Ii IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto
Messrs. Littleton Balious '
and
a fine girl Elija, Mr. Geo. C. Jacobs, cashier of the Mr. J. E. Adkins and son, Donald, set my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit -
Mr. Berry Strickland visited at the Kite and Brady Johns motored to Citizens Bank, visited Lake City on made a trip to Jacksonville last Sat- Court on this the 25th day of September,
Starke Friday.Mr. A. D. 1917.
home of Lewis Tyre last Saturday.Mr. Monday afternoon.Mr. I urday. W. T. WEEKS

Leslie Williams and family visited J.. A. Brooks spent Friday in Jno. Coleman, of Baker coun- I Rev. J. B. Crews preached quite an 9-28-8t (SEAL) Clerk. --.

at the home of J. B. Nettles last Jacksonville, visiting his son, Ovid, ty, was a business visitor in Raiford interesting sermon last Sunday mornI I -

Sunday. who has been sick. Tuesday. ing at Long Bridge.Mr. The Woman's TonicMrs. SHERIFF'S SALE.

Little Lewis Tyre made a trip over Mr. H. W. Raiford, State Prison inspector Carl Wynn spent last Friday + + virtue Hereby of that notice certain ia given writ that of execution under and issued by

to Guilford last Saturday. passed through Raiford Fri- -0 night at Hampton visiting his father. N. Varner, of out of and under the hand and seal I of the

Lewis Tyre Sr. made business day on his way to Lake Park, Ga., to LAWTEY.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe and lit- Tenn. writes County Judge's Court's of Bradford county
a Hixson : Florida and dated the 5th day of September
visit his brother-in-law Mr. Geo. H. I tle daughter, Mildred, spent last Sun-
trip to Lulu Saturday. "I was passing throughthe 1917 wherein Florida Fertilizer Company, a
i Miss Ruby Tyre and sister, Iris, vis- Perry. day at Lake Butler. I My back and corporation, is plaintiff and M. L. Crews, ia

ited Miss Ina and Bessie Brannen last Rev. W. L. Overstreet, of Lake But- B. Perkins was transacting bus Mr. Jesse Thomas, section foremanof sides were terrible, and I ment defendant has,been(a certified filed and copy recorded of which in Foreign judx-

Saturday. ler, spent Saturday in Raiford.Mr. iness in Starke last Saturday.Mr. New River, and his brother, Mr. J. + my suffering indescribable. T Judgment Book No. 2. page 83 in the office

;, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Thomas have : R. G. Norman, of the Vanderbilt S. Phillips, state rural school inspector I J. Thomas, section foreman at Lake I can't tell just how of clerk of the Circuit Court of said County
gone and where I hurt, about and State on the 5th day of September. 191]I
to Jacksonville, where he is employedby section, was a business visitor Satur- visited the school in Lawtey I Butler, last collision with their mo- all over, I think. I :! I have levied said execution upon and will sell
firm. last Friday. tor cars Wednesday night. The i before the front door of the court house at
Cardui and
a day.Mr. I began my
>. Everybody in our section are busy I Joe H. Dowling was in town on i Mayor W. F. Godwin was transact- night was dark and it was impossibleto pains grew less and less, 'November Starke. Florida 1917. on between Monday the the legal 5th hours day of of :

r hauling cotton to the market. [ business Saturday. j ing business in Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. see far enough ahead for either one until I was cured. I am gale, to the highest and best bidder for ash

Miss Rachel Pierce visited Mrs. J. Mr. R. B. Roberts, of Worthington, C. A. Rowand, of Starke, was to stop his car before the crash. Both remarkably strong for a the being following in Bradford described Count real Florida estate,to-wit lying: and

,. B. Nettles Wednesday. was a business visitor Thursday. transacting business in Lawtey last were severely bruised and their cars + woman 64 years cf age." | Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter of
somewhat torn up. Mr. Jesse Thomas I do all my: housework. Section Twelve Township Six South. Rang '
The Senator A. D. Andrews'was busi- .
Palestine school will) soon open. a Thursday.Mr.
Cardui Same levied
Try today E-76 Twenty East. being upon as
Everyone try to be ready to send their ness visitor to Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. B. Perkins left Sunday for Mt. says no more motor car riding on the the property of the said M. U Crew. and {

children. W.. W. 'Roberts and famliy, of Airy, Ga., where he will spend abouta G. S. & F. for him after dark. will be sold to satikfy said execution and costs.I i
Long Bridge school is progressing + I W. J. EPPERSON.
t Odessa, spent the week-end visitinghis week visiting his mother.A 10551. Sheriff of Bradford County Fla
brother, Mr. W. I. Roberts, of this son was born Wednesday of last nicely under the management of Miss

; ; GRAHAM. place. week.to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kirkland.A Aimee Mackery. I t NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.

" ,,. Mrs. L. Sapp motored over to Law- daughter was born to Mr. and A special little cottage prayer ser- Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev- Hereby notice is given that under and by

. r took dinner with her Mrs. Louis Crews last Thursday.Mr. vice was held at the home of Mr. and erybody.: Advertise! virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure f
Mr. Roy Roberts, of the Vanderbilt tey Friday and made and rendered by the Judge of
I I Mrs. W. T. Turner last Sunday after- the Circuit Court in and for Bradford Cmin. 4
; section, was here on business Mon- father, Mr. Green. Friend C. Hoyt, a worker in the \'
noon at 3 o'clock, in behalf of theirson Pile Cured In e to 14 Days 'ty. Florida on the 27th day of September t
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day.' Mr. Frank Walker and family spent Jacksonville Y. M. C. A., preached at 1917, in favor of N. L. Knight by hr nest

Dr. W. H. Thomas and Mr. James Sunday in Jacksonville visiting rela- Grace M. E. church last Sunday evening Roan J. Turner, who has now OINTMENT Vocr druggist fill will to err.refund. anycase money of if Itching.PAW friend D. E. Knight, complainant, and aiam.t
been mustered in the National Jennie Lou Noble and her husband, L. M. Noble ""
Reynolds were "Jacksonville on bus- i in the absence of the pastor, Rev. Army. Blind Bleeding Protruding Piles in to4days the undersigned will offer for
defendants
iness and pleasure combined last Mon- tives.Miss Miriam Adkins, of New River, A. R. Adkinson, who was in Jackson- Quite a number were present and the The first application !gives Ease and Rest. Sue sale in front of the court house door in Stark.

spent the week-end visiting Miss Blakeof ville suffering from a severe cold. beautiful afternoon was spent in Bible Bradford County. Florida. during the !!val
day.Mrs. reading and prayer service.GUILFORD. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + hours of sale on Monday, the 6th Jay of November -
Wateroak
Mr. Reddish of
this wasa
a' Geo. Stone, after having undergone place. Ury 't LEGAL NOTICES -I A. D. 1917. to the highest and Ust
in Flagler hospital Mr. L. Sapp has accepted a position visitor to Lawtey Sunday.Mr. bidder for cash the following real estate to-
an operation -
+ + . . . wit:
St. Augustine, returned home with the Armour Company, of Jacksonville and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and An undivided one-half interest in loU F1v
Sunday.Mrs. and has moved his family to little daughter, Arthurine, spent from NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED and Seven of Block Eighteen in the Town of -
relativesnear UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4988, Starke. Also commence at southwest cornerof
with
W. H. Thomas after short that city. Saturday to Monday
a I
LAWS OF FLORIDA. lot owned by W. H. Rivers, thence run
few the of the Guilford
visit with relatives in Atlanta, has returned Mr. Sapp has lived in Raiford for Melrose. A of people Hereby notice 's given that T. J. Alderman. West along the North line of Madison street
home. She was accompaniedby the last thirteen years, and has made Mrs. E. D. Sayles returned home community met last Sunday' afternoonand purchaser of tax sale certificate* numbered thirty and one-half feet thence run North one
I' organized Sunday school for the respectively 226 227. 232. 234 and 245 issued hundred five feet, thence Southerly one hundred -
her brother, Mr. Luther Brown. many friends. We regret very much last Friday, after spending about two a by the Tax Collector for Bradford county ten feet to the point of commencement
Dr. F. L. Brown, of Hastings, is to lose him. months in New York State. benefit of the children, our friends Florida each of said certificates being dated All lying in the Northwest Quarter of Southwest
and This is thingwe the 5th day of September. A. D. 1915. has filed Quarter of See. 28 Twp. 6 South. Rarf
visitor to our community. one
here for I Mr. J. Ed last week in Mr. G. L. Futch was a
He Byrd spent
E a few days. gave a very the laid certificates in my office and has made 22 E., and adjoining said lota 5 and 7 of blk
eloquent and interesting lecture at the : Jacksonville and returned home Sat- Jacksonville Friday.Mr. have been neglecting that is our application for tax deed to issue in accordance 18, above described

Christian church Sunday afternoon.Mr. i urday. A. L. Bradley came over from duty as well as a great pleasure to with law. The said certificates respectivelyembrace The lands intended to be described above
I the following landa in Bradford county was the homestead of W. H. Riven deeu..d.and ,
have. A school to
A. G. Dyal and family, of the i Mr. J. C. Byrd, formerly cashierof Jacksonville and spent' Sunday with good Sunday to go Florida assessed in the names respectively! which was conveyed by the laid W H.
county seat, were recent visitors at the the Citizens Bank but now employ- his family here. and carry our children, and to show to hereinafter particularly set forth, to-wit: Riven to Jennie Lou Riven and Harry Rivers
No. 226 embraces NE\ of SW% few months before the death of the said W.
them that interested and Certificate 4 a
we are we
home of Mrs. E. Abernathy,the for- i: ed'by the Cass Produce Co., of Jack- Rev. W. L. Overstreet, of Lake But- Sec. 29. Tp. 4, S. R. 20 E., 40 acres assessed H. Riven, and lying and being in the Tows
mer's daughter. :' sonville, spent Sunday with his fam- ler, was a visitor to Lawtey last Sat- want to train them up as we would Unknown. of Starke, Bradford County Florda.
have them to go when they are old. Certificate No. 227 embraces the following:: J. C. POPPELL
Miss visited urday.
Beatrice Abernathy ily. .. Com 210 yards S of NW cor of NEVi of SB"; Special Master in Chancery.
relatives in Starke during the week- Mr. J. T. Lewis, former editor of. Mr. and Mrs. Ury Gunter, of Jack- I j We ask special interest in the pray- and run S 53 2-3 yds. E. 70 yds. N. 53 2-9 A. S. CREWS 4

end, returning home Sunday after- the defunct Raiford, Tribune, spent sonville, visited relatives in Lawtey,1 I I ers of God's children that we may be yds. W. 70 yds to pt of beg See. 18. Tp. 5. S. Co plainant'l Solicitor. 10-t-St YP'r



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on business during the week. Hazen, Roland Anderson, John Groover erans. 'I
PINE LEVEL Dr. J. P. Tomlinson, of Starke, was and Louis Thomas attended the Mrs. Mary Hobb has been on the : I
hereon professional business duringthe chicken pilau at the home of Mr. sick list but is much improved at this, : 9

t ,Mri. Key, from the Orphans Home week. j I Scaff, near Worthington Friday night. writing.
b in Jacksonville, was in this section on Willie C. Hunt is the proud father !I H. P. Gainey and T. C. Hazen were ,
born Sunday, Oct. visitors to Jacksonville Saturday, returning -
: business Thursday. of a ten pound boy I i CLAY HILL.Rev. t
j \}In. C. C. Crosby visited relativesin i Sunday.
1 Starke Saturday.Mr. 7th.Mrs._ V. R. Prevatt left Monday for II''i Mr. L. F. Surrency visited in LaCrosse -
Willie Edmondson and sister, Macon, Ga., where she win visit her 1 I Saturday. James Strickland and family I
Miss Aura, spent Saturday and Sunday I i( Messrs. A. A. Hazen G. M. Beville i' motored to Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. I
;tf! in Alachua. son.Mrs.. C. A. Stephens and family left A. B. Shaw and son, Albert, and S.IV. and Mrs. Henry Taylor went'
''Messrs. Rogers and Bunyon McNeal Wednesday for Hawkinsvil'e, Ga.I' Andrew motored to Jacksonville i to Lawtey Sunday to see Mrs. Taylor's | DEPARTMENT Jj
ate Visiting their father, Mr. Erastus where Mr. Stephens holds an important ,' Sunday afternoon. brother, Mr. Lang, who is quite sick. '' : STORE.
McNeal, of this place. position in the railroad office.L. : Misses Eunice Robinson and EdythI Mrs. Fannie Manning and children' ,
, at Williams Saturday and Sunday spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. D.
Mrs. Myrtle Oliver is visiting H. Shellman, of Tampa is now I spent ,
: ;I New River this week. employed at the union depot here, as i with their parents. Lang. ;I At this particular time every dollar counts. This ; :
> ', and Miss Ruby We are glad to report Mrs. Barney Rev. James Strickland preached a'
Mrs. R. M. Crosby ticket agent. I
) is especially true in HARDWARE. Prices j ;
Strickland attended Holiness church Volney Wall has relieved G. D. Gam- Andrea as improving slowly. very impressive sermon at Highland aldng this j
;"".; : near Sampson City Sunday. ble as warehouse man at the union depot )lr. A. B. Surrency and daughter, Sunday morning. It was Rev. Strick- j : line are going up every day. We have anticipated this 1 ,;
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i r i I Messrs.Andrew and Raymond Oliver Mr. Gamble is a competent man Ura, and sons, Joe and Eugene, spent land's farewell sermon Rev. Willie I I and have bought ahead. Every new lot of goods shows i '
in Gainesville.Mr. Taylor having been called there for ,
night excellent service. Sunday
visited at New River Friday and has given ;
y "i; Mt. Dowling Kelly, wife and daughter Middleton and family and L. J. J. S. Forsyth has moved back this year. i a sharp advance in price. Get in now on a good line of I ,,
g \, : are guests at the home of Mr. G. Wynn and wife returned Tuesday af-'here from LaCrosse. We welcome Mr. The body of Mr. Ed. Euflis passed i heaters, cook stoves, etc., at just about present cost ; ;,
E. Kelly. ternoon from the East Coast of Geor-I Forsyth and family back. through here Sunday. Rev. Strickland We also have some good prices on Furniture, especially ;
I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edmondsonand gia where they have enjoyed a ten- Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglass, of Ala- conducted burial services at Long
k I children attended Holiness ser- days' outing. I' chua,were visiting relatives here Mon- Branch cemetery.Mr. on beds:!, springs, dressers, wash stands and chairs. You 1 }

vices Sunday. ;j i The Maxwell building on which extensive -t day' George Wilkinson made a bus- can't afford to wait. :
; l t I -. i repairs have been made is: Prof. Griffis spent Saturday and iness trip to Starke Saturday.Miss ;. We are closing out our line of ready-mixed Paints i :
nearing completion, and will soon be : Sunday with his family at Starke. Mae.Tanner, who has been visiting 1 '
.1 WOODLAWN PARK. I ready to accommodate the Hampton j Mrs. Jesse Williams-, -of Lake- But-- her aunt, Mrs..Starling, returned : and Paste Paints at a saving to you of 25 to 50 percent i '
"I .. Pharmacy. '! ler, was a pleasant visitor here last to her home in Maxville Saturday. i We are prepared to fill your wants in harness, sad. :
,,:' f t I Mr. L. Sapp, of Raiford, visited at I The new home of P. J. Pearce, just j Thursday afternoon. 'I. Clay Hill School Honor Roll i dlery, leather, brick and lime fertilizers and general : f
:', ', : the home of Mr. A. Green last Tues south of town, is nearing completion !> Friends and relatives of Mrs. A. B.I' Primer-Leonard Strickland and line of hardware. .,
I the last of this to know f
day. I and will be occupied Surrency will be glad .
I Katie Wilkinson.
'" 1 y I f Mr. and Mrs. John Andrews, of I week. I she will be home the last of the week !' First Grade-Alonzo Haymans. We carry a line of clean fresh GROCERIES of the C f-
: i Lawtey, visited at the home of D. L. 1, An ice shortage paralyzed the.City : from the Gainesville hospital, where Second Grade--Grace Padgett. ; Best Quality and at prices as Tow as quality will :
t Phillips last Sunday. | Market and cold drink stands for a | she underwent an operation a few. Third Grade-Irene Wilkinson, Eliza mit. per- I
Mr. and Mrs.J. S. Norman were visitors -j couple .of days this week. Hampton'; days ago. Strickland and Maude Wilkinson.
e i to Lawtey Sunday afternoon.Mr. j f needs an ice plant and with the ship- A series of meetings are being con- Fourth Grade-Leo Wilkinson and We have a small assortment of patent medicines ;
M. D. Carter and family visited j ping facilities afforded by the two ducted at Dedan Baptist church by the Clara Prescott. ; we will close out at half price.
f f at Lawtey Sunday afternoon. j railroads, such a plant would be a paying pastor, F. M. Hartman, and Rev. Scar- I George Moseley entered school this
I We have lot of
barrels that .
a have been
i Messrs. J. S. and J. S. Norman andD. investment. borough, of Starke, this week. Everyone week. syrup; used.
',.' L. Phillips were business visitors to I Rev. H. E. Ridenour will fill his is cordially invited to come and The pupils: of our school sold enough They are 0. K. and will save you money.
i Starke Saturday. regular appointments at the Baptist take part in these services. flag pins to obtain a beautiful silk We buy all kinds of Country Produce in exchange and
Cranford, of Rai At
Mr. and Mrs. Fred church next Saturday and Sunday.
Several of the young folks attended flax for our school.
for sale.
ford visited Mrs. Cranford's grand the service Saturday morning the annual -
services at Dedan Tuesday night. Effie Starling is now able to come
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Green, here call of a pastor will be held anda Yours for a square deal.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Beville visited to school but we regret; to announce
full attendance of the membership ,
-t last Friday.Mr. relatives at Trenton last week. that her little sister, Edith is ill.
Lewis White, of Lawtey, visited is desired. ,
at the home of S. H. Thompson last Rev. W. L. Martin, of Pine, was a I Mr. John Morgan and family attended
Sunday. pleasant visitor here during the past church at New Hope Sunday. To Cure a Cold in One Day. I N. 8. HUll
. Messrs. R. H. Green and brother, week. : Uncle Henry Surrency left Mondayfor Take LAXATIVE BEOMO Quinine. It stop the ,
Eodus visitors to Jacksonvillelast H. D. May and wife motored to Jacksonville, where he is attendingthe Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.. I
were Druggists refndcn if it ails to cur.!.
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. '; HAMPTON. R. Sullivan has moved his family to I =\\ ,
: Theressa and his residence here is now i| ,
I occupied by J. W. O'Keefe. | We will always be glad to see you at the .
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P. B. Hunt left Tuesday morningfor ....-.
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Rev. L. A. Rawls, of Lake Butler,
Winfield, where the work of erect- ;,
business visitor here Monday. f
was a Cash Store
ing his sawmill is in progress. !: Drug
Mrs. C. M.Sparkman, of Waldo,was
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a business visitor here Tuesday.Mrs. --.-- i
: M. J. Prevatt, of Bryceville, Generallnsurance : I
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arrived Tuesday and is the guest of !I Lawtey, .

her H.son Alderman, V. R. Prevatt, of Lake Geneva, was fiupt. E. R. Poppell-, of Starke, vis- SODA FOUNTAIN will refresh you and our good

a visitor here Wednesday. ited the school Monday. Cigars will please you. We handle good tobaccoesof JOS. E. WILSONSUCCESSOR
I I A. A. Dorden was a busines svisitor Miss Victoria Douglass is visitingher many kinds and candies, patent medicines, etc.
to Jacksonville Tuesday. sister, Mrs. Brown, of Hampton, TO .
I J Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was this week. DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES
I here on official business Tuesday. Mr. Joseph Williams, and Misses STOCK REMEDIES. H. C. RICHARD
I' E. H. Jones, of Tampa was look- Capell, of Worthington, and Inez Roweof

I! ing the after week.business affairs here during afternoon.Ocala, were in our town Friday E. L. BIGGS, M. D., Prop. l Starke, Florida.

G. C. Batchelor, of Starke, was here Messrs. Fred, Harley and Lucian

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. $25.00 Ladies Coats from ______________________$5.98 up. Men's Socks -------------_______________________9c. up: Special price on Men's $4 and $5 Shoes at __________$2.98.

$10.00 Ladies Sport Coats from ________________$3.39 up. Ladies' Stockings, ---___________________________9c up. $2.50 and $3.00 Best Felt Men's Hats ____________$1.39 up.

$7.50 Ladies' Silk Skirts, Stripes and all colors$4.49 Silk Stockings ------______________________________23c. SPECIAL PRICES ON GROCERIES.

l' I Children's Coats, all sizes, latest styles, __________$1.98 up. A special new line of Ladies' Hats to be given away for half Lard, good grade -----------___________________20c lb.
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Men's Work Shirts _______________________________43c. Fleeced-lined Underwear -----------1:______________61c. 12c Rice at -------------------_________________8 l-2c.

$15.00 Men's Suits ______________________________$8.95 Union made Overalls -------------_____-___________$1.19 9c Rice at --------------------__________-_______7 l-2c.

Boys' Suits, all wool, from ____________________$3.39 up. A big job lot of Ladies' $3, $4 and $5 Shoes at ________$239 Granulated Sugar ------------_____________-___9 i-2c lb.


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